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Trinidad guardian
Added title page title:
Sunday guardian
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Trinidad and Tobago   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain


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Also available on microfilm from University Microfilms.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with Sept. 2, 1917 issue.
General Note:
Description based on: 25th year, no. 7404 (Jan. 1. 1942).
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 71st year, no. 22316 (Mar. 31, 1988).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ltuf - ABZ3083
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ulle Red Arm.

s Call Osowiec,
4 ioal UprisingFr "
Prin.From Eas
ii Prance Urgedsi, JIP
LLeader i. ..
el ~By W W.
T -o enerY l de White RuW.ssan Army leaped over th
(AP -General de
tee tocay issued a German fortress town of Osowiec,
*Attonal up ilng inp ^ ^ ^^ ^
is: t~l uprising in Prussian border, as the enemy fell
n to the French guns of swarming Soviet 'planes.
7e said: "The duty of
>?T has been outlined Stalin In an order of the day
dG enral de Gaulle announced the fall of a powerfull
of France, There is fortified di-trict in the German de-
mmsn who does not fences of theRiver Biebrza, cover-
wIho dos! not^ ~r
oes nt g the approaches to the Ixbrder
snot know that of East Prussia." A few hours
and sacred duty to after Berlin warned the homeland
4ediately In the U- that the situation was grave in
'okrt of the country. this sector northeast of Warsaw,
, in the factory, in and a "great battle was raging
i, the office, In the northwe-t of Bialystok." It iBid
S the street, whether the Nazi news agency Transo,,.an
rInest, deported, or a announced the fal of Osowlec, and
war, each Frenchman the retreat of German troops to
I enemy or prefer that tWe western side of Biebrza.
Slhim. The Russians have atart(-d their
organizations of big drive tor krast Prussia, and ac-
hace are at work. coding to thIr own statement,
Is urged to join these the impending major battle will
,their directives. Na- cili for a great trial of strength
SIn Brittany has uur'ng the next few days or weeks.
,uted to tile llbe n- Berlin broadcasts also acknow-
7egion. ledged a Soviet advance north.
a.tOf France the forces east of Warsaw, where the Rits-
i are receiving from lsians are within 11 miles of the
4 their combat orders Polish capital, in a broad flanking
I$gd in battle. All drive aimed at reaching 'he Viats.
r wish to Join uo tula River north of the cit,.
*who may not be able Inside Warsaw the Poles said
6 Ulth the Fighting that their Underground forces are
Must conform to the still fighting the Germans in the
etions which will streets, and Berlin itself told of
of the natlont. up- "mopping up" operations agai'unst
the Poles.
iu al must co-operate Swarms of Stormovik fighter-
Uh Forces of tile In- bombers pounded the Germans in
eteruction of enemy a 15-mile corridor beLween the
ateo garrisons which shattered B.ebrza River ledfences
to reach ports still and the East Prussian frontier, nd
f the enemy or to Moscow despatches said that at
Vast, mc.ny points on the German so.' >,f
S,', ~ the bo,der traffic was brought to a
standstill by continuous air atacks.
Farther Zakliarov's troops drew
close to Lomnza, Big German com-
ied A 1id municatics centre linking up Ger-
man detences between Warsaw and
9 -East Prussia. They are converging
Lu., 14 (API.-Pollsh on the city from the southeast ana
arces. fighting the east, as oIokossovsky's adjoining
'"arsaw. ha-ivs re- First White Russian Army is
quantity of arms steadily advancing.
en from the Allies A soviet monitor coemmunique
dng the past two said: "During August 14, weFt 'nd
Them to continue southwest or Pskov, our troops
Reports reaching continued to wage offensivee cn-
Ie. Ol gagements during which they cap-
Wlo o1 n a small tuied the town *ad railway station
the Poles here of Ansia&, and more than 100 other
My that OGeneral populated places, including two
tbe wiped out In railway tatlons."
Sunless Warsaw Is The Russian army steadily rolled
rated by the ad- back the enemy on a broad tro4t
*Ffny, betwtwen Warsaw and the Bug
M hma A I er. Berlin told of bitter fight.
Ing was It at almost every point aloag the
a previous effortt to 1,.00-milde front between the Bal-
Wlith the time-table tio and the Carpathian mountains,
Igh Command, drew and acknowledged Soviet gains in
From Poles here southern Estonia, where it is said
found was ordered that General Ivan Maslennlkov's
I t did In order to Third Baltic Army Is pushing for-
^ nans lzotng the ward with 20 infantry and four
nociating and also tank divisions.
y eserves fn The Russians are within 95 miles
yth Rressiaang of the Gulf of Riga in a drive
that Mosu ncow aimed at chopping up trapped rem-
ppte.al Mocliwh nants of 25 German divisions and
'Warsaw to 1 possibly 200,000 men.
gmans and become One hundred miles south of War-
m .and become.saw, where the Russians hold a
army for the Ub huge bridgehead west of the Vis-
tula River which pointed toward
ave the signal to German Silesia, the Soviets are
Battle on August again hitting at German lines with
artillery was heard heavy tank forces.
of Warsaw. [A Canadian Press despatch
SGovernment, in- states that a Russian communl-
resentment at re. que announced tonight that more
thte Red Army had than 60,000 Germans have been
J .Poland's under- killed on the second Baltic front
S In Warsaw to its alone between July 10 and
74 a Canadian Press August 101.
dalmred that the _______
I unt in London -
Oplted t. establish A r n
e Rui. ,an ri V10-Year-Old Boy
110111d reuardinga mtri-
It ad the clsh Burnt To Death
S:(Qnment Is re- I U / tl
events tn Warsaw.) Roe D a
.._ "_Robert Francis, 10, of Sookran
"- *Village, Sangre Grande, was burnt
mci Mass Fof r [i death, when the house in
aVss F ror which he was asleep caught fire
S lat abCut 12 o'clock midnight or
rive Sunday.
SDrive Francis lived with his aunt, Mi
Aug. 14 (CP) Margaret Francis.
h ... ,__ _^ Police investigations Into the
SAore massing .u Incident are reported to have led
IW et on Tenrchung too ar arrest of a man late yester.
the western Yunnan1 day.
Other Chinese forces d
Preparations to re- I -
Japanese strongholdrt^ [ L I ALA
Rodandare Death Robs T.A.FA.
steady pressure .. .
g rri"on at Bung- SecretaryOfMother
y1front. theCi n- h ....
frtonrttettrChi The "Trinidad Guardian" re-
B tOreca ofttrthe grets to announce the death at
tee of He5g.alnies her late residence. Ward Street,
f on b.t sides Tunapuna. of Mrs. Ida Elizabeth
&'Oemand ai~d t James, wife of Mr. Robert A.
- to Associated James. retired headtescher of
R o e" -7,se.plane Eastern Boys' Government School,
8ff*is on th en'- and mother of the well-known
iWolietir .^cons,. author Mr. C. L. R. James. and
s- which inchlde Mr. Eric James, hon. secretary of
of munition the T.AP.A., and a member of
i l- dent the T.G.R. accountancy staff.
B" Ty depot. he funeral takes glace at 4.30
_- prm. today to the Good Shepherd
!- PrAni1 Church and thence to the Tuna-
U .C puna Cemetery.
l lolene -_ .
S1 Jap Airdromes
II ^ nduttry War i 1
Kff?^ olene1* which* GI AL HEADQUARTERS.
~icng~ange 1 bomb- 4OO(il.kWaaST PAGIPI., Aug. 14
llUks Oft irJaan ^ ache(ule, quarters announced tonignt that
beL desired United States bombers have "prac-
I .,t-,Sicai' Uc^ly neutrelsed" Japanese air-
S P.i.roduction. The communique declared that
tte S per Ha mahe s "maritime forces have
5 refrLnSE? are been largely interdicted and its
s ip St tinL 0 the ground troop inunobilised" by a
VOSiG 51St Pw nsd aeial assault" which con-

Br-ftrselase^- in' ttew a -Sunday.
10 octane fuel 'le spokesman added that Ja-
As agSin uRio'P, Pan' m atn detence line from the
&B 01" p"eut k sKaIM asugr roup h r ua PU-
ac" 4lnem has thus been threatened.
s U.lS. e I about miles
IA AI -- WitS w OulMa and 5 to S0
dsl o~" st ,'-- .q2 oMuth of Mindanao. _
am ib. n s16 tuont to new rats upoi
i .." were s" imahera. lUberators pounded
ilk m tMo nokmrl on western Dutch New
S*Ouine with ton* of bob.

W -* #;., LTD. No. 3.198. 27TH YEAR 0O




STake AirArmadas Allies Closing ]

15 Miles Strike Nazis BlO f Doo

Prussia U.S. Heavy Bombers DUlk Of Doome
lt Prussi Hit Industrial Targets
HE..CE.... In Germanyn W
general G. F. Zatharov-2 Second By NED NORDNES3 Tp In W
he Biebrza River and captured the London, Aug. 14 (AP)-Armadas T r i e In-P W
15 miles from the Germant East close on 3.000 American and British
back over a road slashed by the heavy bombers, smashed at Ger. K Mt A cis o
6 .. W d o ko ho...... many's home and fighting frontsa e i g M e et A rc
o Puch _____ c ___ fo_-- f today in answer to Oeneral asen-
Von Paulus Says War bower's call to duty. Two air fleets,
Lost Through Hitler totalling nearly 1,500 American
Lrilying Fortresses and LiberatorS,
LONDON, Aug,. 4 (CPI.- lasted at already battered indus-
Field-Marshal General Fried- trial targets in Southern Germany
rich Von Paulus. Nazi comman- ani d airromes and freight yards
der, captured at Stalingrad, irom northeastern to southwestern
told the Germans in a sate- France. Three bombers and one
meant broadcast by Moscow ra- tighter failed to return.
din today: "The wer is lo. A British bomber force. predom-
through the fault of Hitler and inantly heavics, blasted paths
continuation by the German.s is through Germa lines In the Pa-
smnseless bloodshed." flaise sector in direct support of the
"...... .. ...major Canadian drive southward p
Jap M G v attemptingg to close the narrowing
,tao to trap Field Marshal Von
Japy G i Kluge's scattered Seventh Army.
IUpwards of 700 American heavy
U~ Beforebers at the same tie sruan ck
,rom Italy smashing German mili- tv
pary installations in the Riviera for
the third consecutive day. of
nv asi Tn O n Obtectives in southern Germany
Included the Farben chemical plant., b e
at Ludwigshafen, and an e r
pE H RB equipment factory at Msnnheim
PEARL HARBOUR, Asdg. 14 n Geran air force Stationrs dt i -
(UP,-Admlral Chester Nimitz be- and Germa aho ir, fot thaons It e t
lives that the Japanese anchofen, near Mannheim. and In
--capitulate before the Unite a Echterdingen, near Stuttgart. i
inades eirehoeUi b urtIt was disclosed that Allied bombs
invades their home Islands, butbGerman headquarters ei
he wants the islands occupied to had hit 70 Gerand theadqa rter
guaranteethr t the United State o and wre known to have killed at
guarante "* least one German general, either
wins the peace, Von Elber or Von Dawmans. The -
His report was given at a Press gen eral's body was found in a gm.v e at t
conference after visiting the re- gneral' bod w Lseadquartera
cently captured biases in th near the German er t s
Marshals and Marianas, less than south of Caen along with the bodies
1,500 miles from anlTokyo. of two captains and 14 other offc- a
The Admiral said'" am not ers and non-commissioned officers.'B
sure nor am I convinced that an
invasion by. assault will be neces- Marauders And erlavocs
sary, but I do believe that the Attack Six Bridges
occupation of Japan will be neces-
sary to insure we wil the peace. LONDON, Aug. 14 (Reuter)--
"'This war has been a new cx- Striking beyond the escape gap
perience f:r Japan. In recent Maraucers and Havocs today at-
times; they have been on the win- tacked six highimy bridges over Archbishop Francis J. Spellman, Mi'itary Vicar of Catholic Chap-
ning side. We do not know how the Touqus River, only sizeable l ins, greets His Majesty the King while Ia.t.-General Mark Clark,
much they can take before they river between the Orne and the ('ommanding General of the Fifth Army in Italy. looks on. during
throw in the sponge. Seine. Destruction of any of the King's tour of the Italian f ront. t(AP photo).
"I can only hope our operations these bridges will make the going
will develop at such a tempo that difficult for Von Kluge. All round --- m y' '
we will never give them time to the Pdges of the Falaisr-Argenrtan E in w f
prepare a defence.', p cket the Allies inched slightly l Nazis Say New L ndings
Pointing out that it is I dly forwardtoday. h ta t xn ing
possible to bomb Japan on the Medium and fighter bombers Europe im innt
same scale as the mighty campaign were out again this morning blast- IE OND Au Im. in4 P e
against Germany, Admiral Nimitz ing enemy convoys after a night s Take Oerman radio, asserting that
said the defeat of Japan would be of widespread attacks by Mosqu- large A lled convoys were

TYI~l ~iaro~aI 11U AH laly "bnd^.-the plarget Allied qet h Ctonvoys wereo
the result of the combination Cf toes, Marauders and other night t'ain thoughe t"

59-- --- Cf-0 Gia*' *p rat EegnyBar d Int the hisCl
the entire military power; block- bombers. In spits of thee inoes- , cth lt t ed e-

Mlscusssen thc entrably Pifi h reme corlesponde tha t Sou- ga OLAD ORa Ar wnto there Cmminen
adwU ad rcbombardmnt, atp Dob Streat iseto ye.. rn ^
States captured ti.e Gilbert.s, -n- and Mustangs lg nAw toos nchin ard te tion fth r T r P
nearly alld uthea nMarshl.,n plUth nig attacked shipmpin in, Geno. iArial eend of th e German G o mans spoke of possible land-
Sariana,Jap ame andmlals T2.initdan ain the yesterday's heavy bmers targets oth Ln inItalyoday h avef ca- ings in southern France on the
Marans.Adirl imtssad included military installations, gun tued theO mu tainton oFO islands of Greece and new
s e art positions at Toulont p Marseilles andtne, ta f hincursins in Italy above the C
nhe aoenot and "OnIpornt ant rtfwa 811- By r NOL AnDbbledr m ttnre h
American count, not including eo.adfu motn ala esn ie.2 ie fro th othic Line which the Allied
Japanese killed in ralsPor i riesinesouatersFrance. sea. Aeied Hgeadquarters an- land forces are now approach.
cnpss 13insouthr acet ing "Concentrations of Allied G
b cmbardment, drowned Gin si Fling bombs over southern Eng- Ioundeed,.G. ....p". l -
ea "'^ "Matrsdh Xl ls.rmp plus nightnatt ackted s.pp Min Grraennoa
or buried by their own forces, nd including the London area in This was the ondy signifvcan io the ranen
He declined to con ment on re- diaylight today, caused some casual- ground action along' the l'tahita have ben, re ported in therlastO
ports that the Americ an used a the's aud damage One bomb hit ront whe mreu the Allied authorities ndas, of G..r. andra
secret weapon. He said: "The the roof of the nurses' quarters devoted their major effk t to th the saiu t ly t.e
secret weapon have is saving a near a ostl but though it tore reef of t hungry and thirsty n i th i
quantity of our personnel" through thee building not one of 40 civil population of Florence, A-
Japanese kid in a ade o p people sleeping there was ser ous- lied motor convo'sai poured ins of Iana p ig Uo r it a
L i '[ y hurt. bob gincm ood and water into th ciy.
Da l D a y.gboms 0ai cae oer The Alli',d military Government erem "1
lgatroi s etab~l~bg southern England and the LonFon reported that 450 tois of food s 1 trat lle
weit~t of yugoslfares during the night. R.A.F. and ready had bBen distributed. Anti- aS q/L *l. l",
r .. nt drw.e dlinse round defenses destroyed severa.t typhts serum and other medical wt Meiter
lbuedt y teira n fore.l a f them. Those that egot through supplies were a slo s ient into the belreort d lat
tand e Amric as ud W A a ti sualiee a omn dit daangte where s tth. seeo

secprtert w eap n. ersaid "Th e tlhea proofoftiteonurshaes qurers- devote t e~ier maornN~ Zeffodrsrt to, thA sswaid eu oin
secret ep on a vee is savingSba as n a ho spta.bu t o gh i tore repesnief ona p s i f th e hun gryan d ac thi w rst 0t in ny*
PI quan tityof, .rpersnnh caosedse baplingesnd dtoane of cty which the Germans evacuated. pop tt.o.no tFA
Attorney mn tact the crt y cisla beF 'aeen It a rea --- -tt oart b pra U n t
Patrols of the 14gth Army r wheh had broughtus Bsmuch tn itscr-lar yesd that e '
A ttoreu oe e r h Alzd mlia

Burmat have erreachEed the uraa mth n ate shoot tapered t c ca- capp matril0nt eq i n

Patd rola s M R eh a ch Tioa re s, euthey the ng ht.e b Ly ands ruead ih ad binc disribpu~tedbyB. A onti-e For TrtinidaoodIto
frontier in their drive down the mt o thru .. sple Pre s o -che Sera nre up n
r ou a so r. Du caused tcaua lte ad demage. cit sniping, delivered to a this Cohln was tn-
iTiddim road from Mantiapur.e e .e Jxste M eomnlth Offtcial reports gave nothing tended for other West, Indian Is-
John Nixon, E.E.C. reporter.
Joh Nxo, .B.C. .re. ..en, further on earlier unverified re-[lands."
reporting this, says that progress Expected arrival here this mothfrthroialeonerfe e ad,
rs being madehin.saysthe t.drieonressth xpeo .enaryrivlc Wilsmon the ports that the Germans were caus- Referring to a ltter from the
Chisdind e River. Colony's new Attfrne-eenWeral"Wlo'ngdemotionsIn the northern Rev. K. J. Payne, of San Fernando,
Chindwin Rive .... ny's. . At e ..... m'part of the citv. Along the entire appearing in the "Sunday Guar-
In north ern Burma, th e Allies has been postponed until Septem Italian front fighting dwindled to dian," Mr. Marsden, In a letter 'o
are working repailre d locomotives ber owing to transportation diffi- . he r ..
and rolling stock cn the rails be- culties, the 'Trinidad Guardial" a few patrol actions. There were the Editor, states that 'the sg-
Stween Myitkylna and.M~oga~ung. learned yeterday .. afewartillery exchanges across gestion that recapping material has.
e Fu-ther south. Allied patrols have Mr. Wilson, former Attorney- the Arno River. .be deliv.red t this Co f..'
reached Meaunt Twenty two General of Northern Nigeria. who Yeaerny E.mnpol on the Arno, the purpose of meeting tie needs
m owntMr. west of V1,orence was occupied by in this direction of the other Wes,
miles down the railway from MO- succeeds Mr, L. B. Glbs~n, trans.. ..,.s.th leiwhotfgin. A lleIndian islands s- bslutely........ .e
I gaung, American aircraft yesterday ferred to Palestine, isreorted totHe aduare withou.t ha. t N allie dand without foundation Equalytr
attacked two sections of the town. Ibe coming here from Eng"Nd. "_ hadquartersiselosedrithadNa i and w without foundation. Is
e __issuedp....hletsdeclarin....igor-_the statement made In another
isu vo rt on of your correspondent's
h,,'"h ll old toItlinniveinratakigctsl material intended to supply
Ccpunishment would be meted r that this Colony is using for
h l ..German supply communication the needs of all tVe Windward Is-
lines behind the front. Shooting lands and Leeward Islands."
wouldbe the pensy for aiding the Mr Marcden adds: "At the re-
WVith M l marshal Tito In Italy "bandits," the pamphlets sald, quest of the Governnments of some
i Of D.stru.t..n of the other colonies, the Trans-
_Tai l ftDstruction|port Emergency Board in this Cot-
LONDON. Aug. 14 (AP) The conference in Italy between Mr. Left B Gy tmans (,nyi has already assisted some of
- ", the other colonies by recapping
t Winston Chiurchill, and Marshal Tito and the new Yu~os~av Prtme LONDON. Aug. 14 (Reuteri Re- some tyres from material su-plied
Minister which probably will shape the post-war fate of that country, jglnald Uekith, a E.E.C. cones- to t~his Colony f or this Colo~n, a
"J... n...- mial L mn S, treet today. pondent, has crossed the Arno needs."
wa anouce o "iial Mt Dowingaan, this time by the famous old |-
Althoug h it was known MM...... ........... .... -- bridge to the northern area after ew W A Di,.
ChurchIll and Tito had been Gig-1t th.Grmn emliio. hec IJ[ ew .W.I.A. Planez
Icussing the war and future planssl;m lr,,Il~nllIrdeI a pitiable sight, he say s,
Sthe anouncement said: "On AU-t 'vaaasll't&4lla I .. an rubl stec out -- r_1_
gus 1213 the Pr iiter ha A]Jn rc ube8reehotj m U ile
slav~ 1-ime Miither andm tM anuls t&dIr le over 100 mlies. This is the Delaye
questions were discussed in the Chief Jstiuce, has recoammended ecwiher wakdrt to them cthedl retu rned trom th oonytyeslwttnewta
[spirit of. entire fr.ankessy." Marha to__Government setting u.a of a hr [ am pres tol him the e t- morin flro otrea w~ifath newso
Tito and the Yugos1sv Prime Mm- c miteto incld r~eprsns atdt n fteta h is oked Hdo
iter propos to coninu their ,d,- ,tives of the Bar Assciti on of tower as a, observation centre ]plae e.pected to arrive, here to-
jcuSSlo,i5 which were animated by Trinidad and T~bago and of the but.heyw.r. pe.ua...t gi_ uy f..r his firm,. will not bear
,he desir, e ofeah sid to make the Ilncorporatedl Law Socity of the It that idace by Cardinal De Lat rivng' until probably th end of
largest contribution to the como Colony. for drafting Rules of Court Cot. leftmhere
welfare of Yugoslavi&" ]from time, .to time the ".Trinidad JBeckwlth said that Utheople ,. omotseanwa e
lengthy manoeuvres during whtith At present the Chief Justice and[wr-.at last a truly open city. IS Ron-do by the 7"inombe eii
,King P'eter was brought to London, lS Puisne Judge draft Rules of[ Emhth Amny trOp have made nrghht andothes' the "wdisus
asnd M. Putric. who was a ston lCourt ut f or aome time .past, .ac txore .zmm A.,)p I-- ot sti hotle th ofues-
s[upporter of General Mihailovich, lugal; practitioners nav~e ~ el. m'~,,r .- e ..,m Bm .. W.I.A. as wel as equimentl
was replaced by Ivan Bubasis as ourming for representation on a lPmmlushig .oeermans beck to~ml- the oo.my "
Prime Minister, c.. o~mmitte appointed to carry out flyer. ombi rng offensive As"ed thereason for delay inl
The mere fact that Mr. Chnurch- tis work. Lithe coast line, ltench send .iamiajd s t 'l ch. pl~
Ilfl an~d.Tltn sat down,.togfethelr, seamv1 PrCtitioner it Is .und~erstood, ,llU'ltt55, Spee las ngtI to9 'Mura; e thait lmabot and/
the fat, f the. exile. Govw-tument h~av c xpes. the ie that as point where amotmw gaeidis am]r I mdtldm -
,and places Marshal. "ito as supremmmeY are guided b y these rullleSshppn wer ,ipst~ by 3k.I.V..bes It was hoped to re-J
loadsce~r of Yugoslavia in which lthy should hase smethin to amyJ heavy an mediam bombers vs deliveyr, towards thei end ofl
Ct-oats. Serbs and .Slovenes are wen theyar~e ben draftedLI Mediterananbm bers at 1 h~ must, He added that thei
fightig for in.ternalsuprl'.emacy Th C..ief. Jutice's recommends 1[O of .them,_were out s.minba Ke# tWane would follow In,
It was ge~neraly believ:ed that .ne jtion, it is stated,. aims ats having a facing atM-mAry b ts j sa, i
current conerernces would also. pave comm.It~tee comprised of judesa and southernt Prnc icrth third Is "51 I news ret with re-[1

the way for more active military I practitioners, running --. ------ ta mril of equipment."
support of Tito's Partisans, who i *-- .K, rray id.
a re credited with oeupylIn g s asEW Cr NiU "
many as 17 German divisions FOR NGLAND sAMDN.K 4
IA Canadian PresD meMp mid IWAMOTON. Aug. 14 MM" l The ,15- Stf IH "h War
-tt.-.erml aomernMr. of the te..-MadameM Chias Kaluhek. .S'S. a i, er. wa la l I
S. ary, .r., m ,. Ml pay it v t tote Ialand when today Nw Y s] ,.'
_.e _w,_ _sa ear s. le. hr. t erly J te mp" "-- ...
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200f. J.ars.



'PHONE14111 1 In0ent i



;; I

Noose Around.

d Nazi Armiesii

western France

U.S. And Canadians

Poise For Knock-out

Of 15 Divisions
ALENCON, France, Aug. 14 (AP) -.- Capping one of the greater
irsuits in military history, the Alliesl tonight are closing the last 1I
Mlles of the noose drawn about the bulk of the German armles I
western France. -- -"
The Americans. driving north
ward Argerman, and the Cansa- serhow er
iians pushing down towards Fa-
if, were poised for the knockout ll F
f 10 to 15 German divisions num- C alls For
wring 100.000 to 200.000 men. Their
pending destruction meant the M j t r
nish of Hitler in western France. ia or Vic or
The Canadians swarmed through
he German first defence, line and A IE IA
Ito the second three and a halt SUPREME ALLED HAD
liles north of Falalse, while Gen- QUARTERS, Aug. 14 (AP).--GT.n
Bradlerwhirlwind onslg eal Dwight ElALhower, in an *4
al Brade l o ght Order of he Day today, S aid tThe
formed over 16 mile beyond Ar- Allied armies have created a "de-
;ntan .south of Falaise. Bomb- finite opportunity for a major
azed and dejected prisoners are Allied victory" in a special appeal
ready streaming In. to "Allied soldiers, sailors, and air-
As the Canadians leaped for- men.'"
.... .... .. .... The Supreme Commander aid:
"We can make tils week a momen-
Bradley Chief Of I. '.S. tous one of this war a brilliant
I'roops In France< and frultlul week for us, a fateful
oops I Frane one for the ambition of the Nag
SUPREME HEADQUART- He told his troops: "Allied Sol-
TERS. ALLIED EXPEDITION- diners, sailors and airmen: Throughtl
ARY FORCE, Aug. 14 tAPI-- vour combined skill, valour and
It, was disclosed today that fortitude you have created ir
lieut. -General Omar Bradley France a fleeting but definite op-
Is now over-all commander of portunit v for a major Allied vtc-
the whole American fighting tory, one whose reallsation will
force in France, which includes mean a notable progress towa5i
besides his original First Army thei tinal downfall of the enemy.
the new Third Army which the "In the past, I have in moment,
Germans have said was coin- of fu)l significance nuAde special
nianded by Ileut.-General appeals to the Allied forces it had
George Patton. been my honour to command. 0
The Allied announcement Without exception, the response
made no reference to the corn- has been unstinted and U results
mander of the Third Army. beyond my expectations.
General Bradley's former "Because the victory we N noV
ae as oomwn/nider of the achieve will be Infinitely teer
t Army I taken by Lleut.- than it a. l e o been ,oUila I
General Courtney Hodges, who wtcr iW'1olll e
previously commanded the cause this opportunity may be
United States Army Corps In grA.sped only thro'.:gk the utmost is
France. your determination end speedy
-- .....r--. -- action, I make my present appeal
ward they were told by their corn- to you more urgent th4a er be-
nander: "We can contribute In a fore.
najor degree to Allied victory by i"I request every alirrmaa make
our aotlon today." t his direct responsilbUlty that tho
(The first news of the Cans- enemy is blasted unceasingly b!
dian attack, Reuter says, was daty handby "night and Is devled
given in a deapatch from Frank airetyelIther infightor In fl ght.
Cillard. ~ ~ ~ ~ thI...rpre.H request every sailor to make
Clllard. the BS3.C. reporter. He it sure that no part of the hostile
says medium bombers opened uorce ca enper sca te hste
the attack just before noon by forces can either escaped t e 0 re-
inforced by sea and that our coon-
dropping loads of fragmentation rades on land want noghitn that
bombs along the Loire River guns and ships and suppl ca
which is the main part of the bring them.
enemy defence lines covering Pa- "i request every soldiSr to g
lalse and the roads through the forward to his assigned objective
Falalse gap. At noon the Cans- with the determination% that the
dians had marched forward two enemy can survive onsl through
and a haJf miles. The armour surrender: and no foot ft ground s
went first, then came Infantry once gained be rellnqul ie flor a
- ingle German escape through a
FPLEASI TURN TO PAGE I. COL. 11 line once establLsheril.




Director %anForW----^a ---
Diretor Tells Teachers Hear education Plan1 10 Years Fo TA

New Outlook Miwlaghter
For Education Inwas md
Stlsforprpal for big
at eductil facilities to the or A ug. two
wroulnd14.-AftmeUou 1m of m on w h i iitihiiI.liU e
trick, Director of
euoe bt three abs ca e -h. -ev. i wlehlll.gbed FORh- SALE
the Trinidad and at UtAmolmi whih o FOR SALE
Union in annual frOSA916tot It was F
earesd apornin ctoria l th J eto ia h. t by the No. 9, Le Seivo Avenue,
Yesitofchnerday head@ theBin Con t~nf
touched on recasting of hi f rereval
toScanley411do tins, laded guilty,
g fa oramms e move foratextsn stonen oods.d '&,,A low
visin te r training er Atmtne, Justie.edtoa a Vit
ww hid rteracy drive. a0 tem alo prso n t cae ot Nard G.M---r I
m ulory education and Indi- la-o-r.
tud that in the entire pro- to five other ca disposed of aply
e he was looking forward to duriat the towr days. Allan Smart. P

( <-me hie seeooing horwatewrd ,^^nv tthocol sesasca-- i_~ fro whousebreMMaking wand ic jKE^
) t o iulng t c-operate and do great Alfred Spence, for breaking Ant8 MUTCEINnN'
eicnt, hei ommit e oseh re ymitl9ference A yal Co uaenteringwithIntent to stealandS
tork their MmG e with nt" to t u wI sor ge s era o r l earc eny. got IP-ni" o
Wead ng the Director, Mr. cheered to the eho a earnug opening addressby Mr." RobeMt atre seor cena .. or Phander ftor latr en" ot PHONES msi- oIV
erdnand. the union pre- traduced by Mr. P. R. Ferdinud, the union president. Mr. atr t h (e tesehm tt u he three years each. Neville Billingby
ident. expressed appreciation of deely grateful for the petl dun the II monthe he has bea e. H w to l was sentenced to five yearstfor --_ _
fforats that were being made by his depAtment's plans for th future of eueatein ir the Colony and drew lad appie wla is be ounding with Intent: and Come-,-
Im on behalf of teachers. Mr. listed as Important Item m his pramme, elad-wide cempulsery edu action; establ hmoat t s RIniy got 12 months for re-

a ~ al ovec r the islandT" at *l the hear r Clarenceo struck, hefound had alreadymade fta "m scho; Inntroeduction of pa l anud ievmwe activities In poest-prImary sebos; and t ski Iv nag stolen goods.
S Io ubiqntous, and had been -month courses at the Ventl Trainting Institute. At the closing session at igIht a l ed n The Crown Attorney entered a
oin ..o tr inidadbhcheverm Ateacerncyn Speakse now "Ft oulfd efve Ieen loite nole prosequ in the case of Na. *
gels all over the island at the board Mr. Clarence Malnexy.T -oheidta UXA<o4gta, oknlock W n the many r4elai an thends wt N -,
teque t of teachers to give them thaniel Peters. accused of man-
riendly advilces and st the slaughter, as well as In the matter
me time "as eng how the worke-ct to have In the schools 3 ay phic Ron Mlte w a
Sbeimfe done so that he would such as agriculture, building, c Rud of a crmans was .c-
'be able to atternt solutions of health work. surveying and other Bob Hop.e sap ( C chicken ahSc ie o__
'the very great problems they had. things. The type of teachers well .... te never ACN 5rindas Sten hC
Will take are young energetic oInjtury In 14 JU. IMACHINE SHOPS TAKEN OVER
STEADY PROGRESSteachers willing to do this work SYDNEY, Australia, Au1. DBWASHINGTON. Aug. 14 (AP)-
TheD i ro. a rer yand then to go back to theschools A . HoMth8 President Roosevelt directed Mr.'
theDire setor addressing the s i gass it on to tle pupils. e nd a roupe of tdler he Henry, orrestake vthe Navy Se cre-
atheriangr .d in hpartI am very h next thing I wish to see are and ro ueofi trr in y to take over nominal control
of fie macine hooouttSanaran
glad to nave the privilege of mak- central schools that are built, fur- ramr o e ap thur he uaally9 of five machine e shoos at San Fran-h
In soie remarks at the open* nished and equipd specially for otrs la n o a i w cisco where the Machinists Lodg
n ofin bt neanar Laontere ol, emaw p is, sh le n Accused of selling chicken at 51 has defied the Labour Board orders

SS teIng~~ of your i a nnut~al ofrnepset"-prtMimar puils, schooilre~s giv rnegetsucs n oePhnReefo aing for.0severalac months.at Unitfon bu lveader-ARAT
It is almost a year ago since I courses which will give plenty oi SOil Wales. today.
had the Opportunity of express. "'*r whc h wil l is penty at cents instead Of 48 cents per lb. for several months. Union leader-
s av llao tr ann tsc --- I ship hod refused to tWft the ban on
ha the ortni of exr scope Iu literature, art and music. 'Julienne Murray, a housewise, waa overtime and Sunday work.
r ng my views on some of your These schools will probably have do all in your might to keep that yester rayrianded and vdis-
difffclntifs Mow m any of these d iy f r s w i h w r t o gy r yesterday reprim anded and dis.
dMifficultiesr ow rmany of these dairy farms which were strongly re- progress steady. tartetnt- -___MsJlsHry(rnt)_____d
dmllcuts still remain but I think commended in that Agricultur1 ogeal bead charged by Mr. W. J. Andre in the
3?OU will agree that we have, policy Committee's report. First Police Court. O IU R
made progresw--slow progress, butl LITERACY DRIVE First PoledCourt.
So w sa gree thatres aet Murray who pleaded guilty and OBITUARY
steadv progress-and we have BOARD SCHOOLS "As regards the campaign against explained that she did not know
made e distinct opste forwardahavenalltd augictoeial
"Wth reaird the q estioln o "'Another thing I illiteracy, we have all the pictorial te schedule price was given stern
want t nee charts necessary for this campaign owning by the magtrate.
saahyv scales and grading of a residential secondary school. At ready and at the present time the The court ordered that the Mrs. Daisy Holder (30) of 12E

ithN10 A regadteQeto fanohrd thine wn ueton sefi charts necessary freltonhisapag ewarning by the_ mgstrate. Mrs. oDoeeInaisy Holder (3ay of- 12m ~ni
teachers I wish to may that your hicken an d t
representatives on the committee the prestt time any bright young orinters are working on the series .cken and 34 cents be returned Lewis Street. San Fernando. passed
which aS appointed by man in the country has to come to of lessonsa to go along with the to the purchaser and $1.66 given to away at the Colonial Hospital. an

whS ^ w aslI a ppoinS" 't"osptr uplofeasndecsiesheevceftaerdbh as iernnd t 3.25in pommnio on~i A rTuesdVay piain r nie o h
His Excellency tilhe Gy- town or nrgo to San Fernando to charts., As soon as these lessons the defendant. Fernando at 325 pm. on TedayE
o igain a secondary w .education, and are supplied to us we slll start 8th i instant, after a comparatively S H E
eenor to make recommends- the prospects of that young man the campaign. There is one step Unable to give any reason why short Illness of fifteen days. Her
l tron d lf very good work ou ir back into the country r which every teacher can take now ne should have been loitering at death was a great blow to her
occurred Inm akin thed se recoaw cellent thing here if we had these f people who lvein their locality morning. Ulric Pettl was yesterday whom she was very popular. The
uendatlons or bringing them -I secondary schools in rural sur- )r in the locality of the school who sentenced to 3o days' imprisonment burial took place the following day,
to effect.io r b t rounding. We, so far, have been are illiterate. Since we mentioned and ordered to serve an unexpired The funeral ceremony was con-
"T should like to take this op- dependent on handicraft centres this question of illiteracy I have term of 9 months and 19 days. ducted at the R.C. Church here, of
* portunilty of thanking the Text and domestic science centres for met a lot of people who have come which s he was a staunch member t
Book Committee cf the union for practical work and at the request across men and women who were Sheik Abdool, a pedlar, was fined and the Interment took place at
the very great assistance they of instructors we are recasting our illiterate whom they never knew P15 or 21 days, when he was found the Paradise Cemetery. aon
have given, The reports which programme int handwork so as to to be illiterate. It is a thing that guilty of negligently riding a bicy- BratimnVlgenii
tiev sent to me andi the mna-u- irng them closer tu the needs of people hide as a rule. I do hope dce. Born at Diamond Village in 1914,
scripts have been gratl, appre- the distrits. that you will make an effort to find Mrs. Holder was the wife of Mr.

elte b th psp r eni re lsens. lv *, f thina 'nalThe classestheme arc w orkw1eh tha yo wil makelk^ In effort1 to, find',n h adth oto nCrorto r
elaed by the renfresen.taive of the The san e scheme of work which those people so that you or your Defence that he usually ex- Reynold Holder, bench-fitter of
British Corcil This recim. is uitabe ltor Iort-ot-patn Is not friends could take them in hand changed rough blows in fun with Trinidad Leaseholds. Ltd., Pointe-

enato .1 tomna tilen etimel suigh tablef sr beendAgs,14.pvetwl nyb _dSXPRHSmr rls
nndation on text books s brine ,t the tme suitable for Too and and do this great service to your Percy Hazell but on this occasion a-Pierre. and daughter of Mr. and
studied aend wherever it is ftnuid it Is necessary for each headiteacher country. he missed and gave him two cuffs Mrs. Jules Henry of Victoria Vii-
that a hangede I sdvisable for to make nil is own detailed In conclusion, I wish this con- under the eye failed to save Ste-lage. She was connected with the 2 POLISH It
the Interest of the school that schieite to suit 1he reqtiremets of ference great success and I hope phen Reece from paying $21.00 re- Teaching fraternity for about five THIN GUARANTEE
change il beotnproved th at loclity it is not expect fd that in your deliberations you will Presenting fine, costs and compen- years.
have Raln to thank the a re-teat teachers would Ob able to deal not only with the welfare opf station imposed by Mr. W. J. Andre Sole Agents:
slde't for arranging the mieti; cover all that that schenl e contains achers but with the welfare of on accusation of assault occasion- She leaves to mourn their loss GORDON, GRAN
where Mr, Frank lnaworth thle but it is just to give the outline he whole community because thatlog a sound. Reynold Holder (husband); Mr.
Music Officer of the British Cin.n which can be followed in meeting welfare depends to a great extent A in o -* w an t and Mrs. Jules Henry (parents); & by e,9 Ltd.
ell. gav-e lectures on the teaching the needs of that district I do on a liberal and practical educa- A fine of $25.00 with an alternas- Ralph. rest. Manover, B.
Of msic Tile lectures. W ta n yf the things whicehpIon. IT ShU NoIL w0
|| fr lv int e re s wtn o e f r e x opel that man o ilfthe thi ak ength tio ntiee of days' imprisonment was Streacker (brothers): Muriel Henry CIT Y nf mutic T eaC
Annt tt d helpful are inlthat 1vini llbetakethese With regards to the new Edirta-------imposed on Oliver Gazette for al- (sister): Carmen Osborne taunt); C T 2N
rcly Horthat an in thde List feen li in that'cols be tee tion it rgwhichId noti e so ouiyour lowing his premises at Laventille Cyril Osborne (uncle): Leo Palmer,a
davs iieln fo ta complete set o1 tings make fr good cltizenship agenda for discussion I only want .to be used as a habitual gaming Uric Brereton, Powell, Leo, Joe,
le01ons which I an hIavinu lnoledge of your own district is to say that I trust that you will house. Doris. Stalls and A. Robinson
printd sand which will be issue vet worthwh ile a id it s better not concentrate so closely omi the' couins).
O the schools s wn a R re-that you should know your own trees that you lose sight of the -A O-f- aiywse A ,
telve them from the press. surrounding that that you should wood. The f ly wishes to thnk all Ap oInmen Of .
know about Mount Everest. "Within the ast eleven and a who sent wreathed, cards, letters of
"PANSION 'As regards the question of com- hialf months relationship between de or in any othe way ex s tant gine
Si t pulsory education the scheme is our union and our department has I G s EC ALS resed their sympathy with the
NOw PIWould ike to refer t fu ready but as you are aware it isbeen very cordial. The president bereaved.
few aropoAls regarding future tied up alot wit thte question of has told me that he was ealous in sand
expansion and If you wl.h to see the supply of meals and necessities the service of teachers both as in-. SUBLIC AUCTION unApplieations are invited for the
the direction I 'hkh they are for undernouished ch'.ldren In dividuals and the profession as a SO ondfm te pots ofn

y headin yhree Aug us to ex. tile luainl w e A iNTE sumte a^ 1whle I K U W A, o oaRcs 94
|ad ov1d h; Gsib retia h L':uaiomepart atresnaletati h.as bee a something Comno Tedrs for Bar mu stb affmane pya
heading t wouln refer tu to ex- the m eti we have submitted whole yet his dealings have been Wie FOR gineerngtaff of the Port-of-Spa n
r*iientruceWdWtiio t res i rttifN so reasonable that it has been a rEDNESDAY, ApUGUSTa 23 l Corporation:-
were made the edIucati onal n-nt for the is *f that depart- pleasure to deal with him." "S omething DiffercAnt"ReL OD
section of the Agricultion ry i P llt tt. As soot i t tha report has I From outh Afrea--Ivnited BY ORDER of Adam Clayton tnd Assistant City Engineer
C* fmmittco"s report I saw thit boetn r- 9 t' ti'rd we Sae hoping to pro- QAanI titLL oOttR
itte' rleor a 4 ha bde- r w h g ou AZISELL DOVERuantit, Smith and Claude Marshall Addition F gtiner
report '411,P time after I reach ledteed wsith cipntulsory education LONDON, Aug 14 (Reuter) vells Connell, Trustees of the
Trntdd ad I was ial real. trk hrgint the Colpnay. German guns on the French coa estate of Edward Lytcott Bovell, The yearly lry attached to
with the prmctical ns atui of those ", hae tpned a kitchen at fi red cross the Channel this 2. 10 Years' Old deceased, the ndersigned will each of these posts is $1,920-$240-
rrimendtne ad I hu"k thiat l-lItan.a nnd r,'e supplying meals afternoon, shelling towns in the IA RU offer for sale by Public Auction $2,880 with a travelling allowance

o ofindte been experimn it tiig with property known as urbana" the provisions of the Mncp
Cie Latiinir arl rec-ruitmient oftpowdtered milik amid hottl rotox. Toe IN THP MATTER OF THE ~ en ato the esaeoMheCroaiouPni nsOriniancl
twe anchrsfry the ititlof cwam- p'esults o f.these experimenitschoC 'ATHOLICe FRIENDLYSOCiETGesaiddeceased situmate at the coree andrsubjeicon theusuons ditnsne
a i. tghting red taird s of a-oniew a ratteiesfact sorrre pLIMITEDnersu of nedn edr a and ndse u eto, as eusacribedibyo
tical and cre atie a ctiviie 1 il with i regard i e the new Educa- (In VoluntaryRLiquidation)Ire a rade iteWar te tCspri
airtr classes,'htlitgs In all tile riasassthere Are moreSWHISKYa tof aruiguatintheI and t 14AAN t -ofe -atnd r ationead
Us havingtspc'a 5 htnoos s-it ththan 1to tdultst tienOhdinig and NOTICE Is hereby given thatDAD.K 1 .Fofss ef- iNUIaR nthetslandeOfr diTefce aregulationa de
dalryo farmsuAtt achtihnd utird s hcepeenryeofrttentanewatrropropertyEknownt Trinidad comprising ONE ACRE thereunder.
manyether r useful ecormenthda- hee" percenltage ,Ith f asebend en Auas t from A ayn T er ATUEwilDlY eTTH and SIX PERCHES taeore or less
tion.been tremwchyihirhcItnhasesaidiAaugdusit ea thet.1f4r-.pnaymcn leollybiee n
"And noe ol d lile to o st encoiragsitig Amd as the scheme made on Tuesdays from.r4.30wi Ivni
u tmsn h etha oNorthern portion of the parcel of Ing these appointment to p
enion h ar eci oftcethoFirt i thn duoflahethat you NOllC5.1s pem.byO.iOrderhTakef ndTdescribed in Certificate of with previous experience in Watero ad
allths ciiwesae imin, tFts of ___________________ All persons having stiv claims 'PHONE 5624. Title in Volume CXLIX Folio 423. and Sewerage works practice.
dall thrms aetiotoarcruetd, n and Ierybouni d ed c omrsnth ONoAr.th erbyer

and traititriz of teachielrsh Now against the above-named Company bandSiXbPedEo reNorthess
'tnowcthatgthenetho must send them in oei or before m COELwO & SONS Gittens Street, on the East by Application stating age. qualift-
"Andknow that the lkestionNorofr potioRoDtAY arc11otInAthUSTapoitmets4o.p rson

Vie new traitino institute has THURSDAY 31st AUOUST'. 944. Dandrade Street, on the South by cations and experience..nd accom-
iten tnder consideration in this ; after which date no claim with the The Allies' Bar 45 Priamc St. lands of Edith Adela Hutchinson panned by recent testimonials, n. tt
olgity for many years and sites exception of Shareholders will be---- and on the West by lands of reach the undersigned at the Town
have changed, but so far nothing entertained. Elizabeth Blanche Novell. Hall, Port-of-Spain not later than
Very great has hat'pened 1TThe Purchaser will be given vs- 3 1. m. on Tuesday 22nd August,
hope shortly to be able to Issue Claims may be addressed to me Thetpucsers i llfbe given v 944.
onties of the full cheme for your c/o P.O. Box cant possession of the property on 1944. H. FARREL
Fformumtion and for the Infornia- T ,D.D.WCAMPBELL-WILLIADteH tis, 2th o Jow n CR
2lon of the general public. We DL- AMS Dated this2th dayatJuly,To Town al. Town Clerk
k.ow that lands have been ae- Liquidator. I. __ SPp.
1utred for this new institute and P-_ - 182, Henry Street, YOU STANLEY S. STONE, Port-of-Spain.
at the present time the architect A.ey Port-of-Spain. Auctioneer. 28th J'ly, Ir
is etigagrd in preparimic plans. so -The Progress Agny12th AUgUSt, 1944. A RA IA M A R CE C iU!
that we are nearer to it than we House and t'ommission -- ",, uNEB ~ ~
have ever been Agents IN THE ESTtATE 01 ..~ _______B4
"One other thine I wish to see Otter For Sa'r--FRtUEHOLD, Ernest Augustus Y UTENDERS FOR BARS AND TEA ROOM
End It is a central tiatintng l- LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES in.
for coulrses. courses for ahout alx Ciy Belmont & WoodeensonM
othstut where teahertins may 9 Ap ny 53it.VinnntLreat Separate Tenders are invited up to 3.00 p.m. on
mots oler tethns e Apy 3 S.Vicnt-te of Weedfrt o dge~ Estate. SAUDA,19th AUG~UST, 194, to run (a) Bars
---- ......... in the Ward of Chaguanas, in SATURDAY,~
the Island of Trinidad, Planter, u tnder thePulc tndPa okMmesSad d
SALE Y AU TION ~md. ___!Grounds, and (b) Tea Room on the four (4) days of
Thursday, August 17, 1944 W ANTED o, IrA mna havng, any claims. the Santa Rosa Races, 1944.
at No. 5 Verdant Avenue, o mn against the Estate of
the above-named deceased are CONDTION
Maraval G r en Li me s ,,qe.t to send particulars of rr O DTO S
undn terigne atm the idermeands to d tuhedsbbhg~ '(1) Tenders for Bars must be accompanied by a
at 1.18 h~. neir claims or udermands tlon theemddl~dqotd
address on or before the Slat day Ie..tumtye.I&--,wb.pe.-~.. list of prices at which drinks will be sold on Race Days
Instructed by W. F. Bryden ANY QUANTITY of August. 1944. a,. .4 l. at each Bar. (2) Allocation of all booths to be erected
Ssq, Messrs. DEAB.LS LIMITED 3. D. SELLIER &, (X., J, . .,'- I- o h rud ssbet oteapoo fteMn
will seUl by Auction his very use- *~ lgt e g o n s i u j c o t e a p o a f t e M n
fUl lot, of Furniture as follows s. C. BiuuIoodosigh, of Nos. lta & 13 St. Vii'ln-e a mn Cm ite
DInn abead4 h~s Sd--cant Street. Solicitors for ~. gmn~m ite
Dat8Table and Chairs, Bedseadan Harold Ernest Robinson, ha VICTORl B. HERDEs
Table Lamps with Shades, Kitchen I____________ Will of the deceased. Ihapp Tebis emmice.
So a ed TWO Chairs with I1FOR SAILE Th.~.hk.-W~.I.h~m.tdh.b
uhiona, Hanging Wardrobes, 3 t_____________.dh. eel.1 IR R tC E R N E P IE
Seated Chairs, Cheat of 'd C' A Ne "-s-'=-- "'-'
Iwera, Wardrobe. 1 Balth Tub. aA,,L,,I.VMI RORS NICE
tove and Oven. Trables. Card riIIb b
Icle Trowel Rail, 3 Bamaam Q A .. .. *... l .. .

0torsan 1 rm Chir. 25 Ie*House buWtofSVoIAM on-"o,",- ,i 5 711 9.....................................2. 5
I g CombinedWritingDeak w'o da tamv. a.K~ .o:::::::;;;:;"- -;
d ookcassm yny W Verandahget taln Rooms.o Lavatory,2 xI U 3 val..................................... .
Pn China Cabinet, th. KitchOen GSeryvant# '31 1* ......................... ......... .4
Was Mahogany Tub Wath Kichn. W Servnts
r iRoom and Watch Hoh use.V...20 ,9 l e is ..................................... .
wigacieVeryHealthyodis re
a6r, 1 PIANO tBluthner I. Cut- ..........a.....o...................... .et
ry, cro^ e.^ .d o. war P etite C Ulv lg ny IIb "$ N mB^ .d^ x l o O :: :; *** * ** G.
I aS" Hexagon.................. .........111 0
Coloured Carpet. 1 American a [|t 1 aaael WI!IU5R1 O...........................1
i s C rio wMith Mt res. A f / f hS 4t x 15 Reet ...............I.............. ........S11.1
w ohalks t NTen inutes by boat from o. .1 . ........................... ... m
% rockeryW f rad.8l~b fr ern he and Glassware. __

l r te L LT P A. FM acLeod, ,tr CE SAP .
L 9. MortonsofO&rInIlnd.Suta --- b le for rl n1e-

0 -Om ompot or1 ts2. Tbe .
K Um Lam. smm d decideM to q tr
now. ta Im sthus thre we I an
pteit. red of tilt. 5 eon
Pmt6Ut."tdt n
ae jII- Worried no m rovar two
.someoulS sot oabtai a reiit.
es rI-eMI ded to InrA ZaUL M
lediately I found Vet. N%:ow4-
* tre of the terrible sacgy." .
Don't suffer dionger the nerve-
Stroying. wtukenlg misery of
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B^ ^r y^SAndaT Teachers Urge
Chief Pises Weighting Diplomats Teachers Urge
rs At Chaguanas Keeps Feed Bishop s.e The Pope Change InNew
H-- --.- -_ ^,VATICAN CTY. Up, 14
m Prices Stable ta Education Bill
J| I.U--CMM* h r *fl ^ ~ to Germany: and Admlira WU- __ *
"mm of weam OeandyP former United .--.t--t---
She Atng Diector of Alraiitulj C l aaim that pouVtrymen make a States Ambaador to o w View that the new Education
Loe fao el y p ret feedt aa espwlte the nm ere i an audience by th Dat Bill wuas not In connance
e m ai a r m r s d P o s e p r o ri e li m 1 v elk s w i f a n f o o s d s p i t t h i n P oe e .g v e T ha de nco e b- o t he w i t h r e so lu t io n s t h e y h a d p a s sed in
IM Lad" tory 0nisnfd 1 Sturday. eSUtMed pries of cheaper grades Is gently received the ishop o favour of elimination of dual con-
y in-.#- r made by thfe Information Office in Litchfleld of the Church of trol of schools wa expressed by
Of. I dPnt wan ft t y ao & communique Issued yesterday, b gland for more than 4 min-- mem ao the Trinidad and To-
&.'i~at topkaturat. I wantT"is was the first Um T Teachers' Union in conference
Satheir u tts soon the le 3 The statement explains that by the Pontiff had given a private at the Royal Victoria Institute yea.
50I ef a soon toio 3 tli h ed So dow losing the single selling price of all audience to a Bishop of that twday.
to your own and the status' and branda on the wigth.vTheerseembly unanimously
*t-y by upkothoshat.haveInplat- r wei ghted average t un moved by r.
joPintly by ee t o le tahvbe p rice, frequent price variations are adopt_ J. Trebohanalngh urging that
ar 55y bY r.'erady," concluded Mr.W it-avoided .cl o e
s oftheer aetei n clausesoftheBllntbet
utura Among the visitors ware, 30. T. "Until recently," it says,, the re- 3amede and decided to
scesIL u lM Picp al.' un! s iigprice of poultry feeds L b u arveddaddcdd t aso
.I re... . of . LabourPartyMoves f .the resolutiontoe
R40YSI Poyal Colege;W .Mr Max do wa sbsedl, l on the cost oreach= o1 secretary i
s Warden, Co J brand or grade to the Individual To Aid Fire Victims tic were d directedd at pro-
I Warden, shaa uno GyoCr i;nent nrL importer, plug an addition ofVin clause 5ofthe3
awen bited. Shannon. GovernmentliMan-cents ner100 tbs. to cover dutyr sta elue 5 of the Bill
that e rAM am .M costo handling and profit to the Councillor H. 0. B. Wooding. the for dismisl of a teacher if found
ager, Government warm: Mr. M. dealer. CiyMayor, has been asked by the
VM .W tsd'Abodie, Assstant Ward 1ann: erseit ofteTiia scolorlgougondItrn-
Mr. Gardner, Manager.As a result of this, the price toa rn section of the Triia co on religious grounds If trs.
the consumer varied according to Labour Party to open a fund In aid for to another school could not be
BtnaM. we o sf Etates; alonfgwith me esof the the brand or grade, the public were of a number of persons who sft- made. Suggestion made wuas that
t ,a wd e- taff otthe an and Woodfor not assured that the prices charged fered damage to furniture and the words "religious grounds" be
eveit .thtM.e Ao tS. Nolan them were In accordance with the clothing and loss of personal be- deleted and substituted by the
heinm that Mr. A. 8. Nolan and Mr. A. Irving. regulations, and various doubts and longings as a result of a fire at words "religious belief."
M more hbits. both of Mhe Caroni Estates, andc Lints arose, 44 Henry Street on May 20, the With reference to Clause I which
cditwon, Fle Mr. Pence, of Longdenville, were comp"nthe alsve portation Tridad Guardian" learned yes- provides for tne termination of
wadtion.hien the exclusive importation "rndd urin"lrn y -service of a headteacher or assist-
M- itioaw n tlha judne. by the Food Controller the necessi- terday.
W" shown than ant teacher whome dismissal may
tyfrthe old regulations, Price of The party members who, ItI be recommended on the ground of
e that next ea t P l (Animal Poultry PFeeds) Re- understood, forwarded a contribu- ineficiency th resolutionurges
H l that neht e ea Unit Poicy gulatlons, 1943, no longer existed tion along with the request, were that the words "termination of
,k gger and better f d i t was decided to place poultry moved to take this action beCUe .service" be deleted and the words
Seh m h Conference Called feeds again on part I of the sche- of the reported need of the burnt- 'to be seconded for duty elsewhere"
*0 more will get on erenceC e dule. out families. substituted.
t our show next It was also felt that since poul- A welfare officer who Investigated As regards Clause 7 under which
year's Member of the Rockefellror StaffL
thi es by a Mr. Brian t. Dyer, Senitunda f keepers used, mor the or less, the matter is snad to have reported the Governor Is vested with power
aembe tofe Acting ton, U.A., at h reet on tour nd eqlquantities of the principal tthat only seven persons were f-. to reverse, amend, or uphold decl-
clture, ompli- British Islands In the Caribbean rea o poultry feeds, I t would be fected by the fire; that these Uved lon made In regard to dimismal
Ilture. and his area recruitm-- personnel for pub- preferable to base .the single selling
l t hea lt to pibce or all brands and grades on in one of the three barracks in the of a teacher, In which case his
admirable ar lo health training, expect to vit weighted ave rageThe yard that was burnt and that the decision shall be final, teachers arc
9 a m r b e r I a h a t t r i i g ex e t to v s t 9 b s s o w e g t d a e a e e oth er b uild in gs w ere n ot "trou bled see kin g to h ave th e rig h t of a p peal
ided for the show Barbados tomorrow to attend a con. result of this Is.that the poultry- other iin wr e not troubled e to hve the right of appeal
It a success in ference at which The general policy keei aured of a the nd are aking for eradicationor
of the ne wly et-up u blickeal h per isa sso ured of a fixed single t e f r n r s i g f r e a i a i n o
sof the newly set-up Public Health price which can be maintained for He is stated further to have re- the particular section denying them
Years since we Engineering Unit ofr the Ieward a considerable period, and will not ported that the occupants, corn- this right of appeal.
g sto in the Islands and Windward Ilands a will vary with each Individual ship- pricing some 15 families. had con- Mr. Trebohansingh said that he
aiply demon- Mr. Dyerd, who dirtor of the ment. tinued to occupy their rooms, and felt that In certain of the clauses
"Theamply demon- Mr. Dyer, who director of the weighted average price in- had suffered no lo ss. the powers of the Director of Edua-
hSae to continue. I unit, was due to leave here last creases the retail selling price of It is understood that the Social cation had been somewhat abro-
*there was ever a Sunday for Barbados, but was held the cheaper grades, such as scratch Welfare Department is investigat- gated. They had experiences so
S ouig goats than up through lack of transportation. but reduces the prices on the Ing the matter to determine whe- fr M the denominations were con-
esdA te mshl: and since poultry, properly their there is hardship which ought cerned and they wanted to get out
's o theben- Arima To Ask For fed. consume a greater quantity of to be relieved, of their control and get into the
oi rea we mash, there Is actually a saving to hands of the Director of Education
S he "Sal notw Regular Morning Train sthepour tuman" a v_- who would be able to operate thing
a more fairly and squarely. His
0 4,ssll una rd i G _r reM e o r:ispen ot.n il opinion was that the powers be
nARIMA. Aug. 13 Intrduction British Cvested In the Director and the
into the Trinidad Governmentclauses be removed as they aimed
c w eh s sw told we tre H orders and Port-of-Spain is
.o "ando .ofS is mall CrabHordes Scholar Feted at eradicating teacher security o ten-
r~ ad esto f aM-being sought by the Arima, RieTrBdaouadinCorspneht
re s t Oh Council. Ruin Rice Fields Tr aGuardian Correspondent.
plkenyof rie The Council, It I understood, will SAN ERA August12- Arima Council To Award
S p. ver oask the general manager of the n oGuardian correspondent. zdie e s. of the N- ma Council To Award
t aoot. wet itdin e railways to have the train scheduled CARONI, Aug. 14.-RIce rowen r lode irs ar of theol Na-.larship
ortis andrasheaigh scol taff, 3~erSh
Ii I d leave Arima city-bound between of Caroni. OGlaudon, Bejucal and who has been awarded S one of the Trndad Guardian Crrespondent
eall made by the ______________A_12
7'm e1,d 30 and 5.30 a.m. dally. Charlieville are worried over the who hash be nci are onershep TRinAd GAurdian Terr B-
ivbees. Your e t- destruction of their crops caused for i year, was guest of honour rouIMh Counillin regus1ar sesTe on
kse s independ- Touring Y.W.CA. by small white crabs, circular in thI w t of honou roh Counc, in regular e n
soaees and thus shape and no bigger than' half- at a farewell dinner party held here, unanimously decided to
f tsohe ad the Officer Not To Call Here penni. here last night, grant to the children attending the
ethe war effort." U0 10 a e Existing in countless numbers in The function, attended by promt- primary schools of Arimas a school.
a Y.WC.A oflfcald here told the the affected areas, these crabs have nent members of the Indian corn- arship tenable for 3 years at any
1NOO "Trinidad Guardian" yesterday destroyed many acres of rice plant- unity, was presided over by Dr. secondary school in the island
the sugar industry that Miss Mills, Assistant General ed since the first showers and have R. Persad who toasted "The King." based on the Government College
th atsu gar wast Secretary of the World's Young in some cases attacked replanted Toasts were also moved to Exhibition in 1945.
!lKd that sugar was' Inia by r V amth,
ff. More sugar Women's Christian Organisation cultivation. 'Mother India' by Mr. V. NamsthBARGAINS
locally than was now o, a visit in Washingtoon 1is Many growers with crsb-ruined to which eMr. John Das replied; BARGAINS
greatly needed not expected In Trinidad. cultivations were caught without Louis Harbags, to which Mino By -
where it was bi- In the ViS. Miss Mills will speak seedlings for replanting. While sLuIr responded, and to the as-
You have been of Y.W.C.A. post-war plans and some of these have been able to swsar repondean R tkrro nh 2as ar- p art mty 2
',Vore canes. Last the work the organisation is doing purchase from others who had to sem1y by Mr. W. Rnauth Parmkerrysingh u2a HevarpdS Place, part empty: 209
subid o 0 a a t e res nt ~ A num er of th m ae til1and M r. L. Jaggernauth. Paris Boulevard; 132 Second Street;
subsidy of 4an at the present time. nu r o them tl Pa tny the "ven- 5 Old St. Joseph Road; long --
is again offered __'- without. in l News" in matters relating Circular Road, St. Ann's, Frederick,
,canes planted ARIMA SLUM CLEARANCE Cultivators explain that the crabs to the welfare of the Colony was George, Nelson, St. Vincent and -
whole year. This T ?nid Guardian Cesresp eet climb the young plants from under lauded by Mr. Sha ffe Hosein In Queen Streets. Several aullding
be dibngynted by ARI.MA, August 1l-Motion by the water and when just about 2 movin toast to the Press, to which lots near Workers' Homes, Laven-
om Government. Councillor Victor Bryaa, asking or 3 Inches from the surface they Mr. C. W. obers suitably replied, tie.
'Ma told that you Government to include the Bo- cut off the tops and the remaining iS Biser, who expected to
This year you rough of ArinLa In the new alm portions left covered under water leave shortly for Edinburgh Unl- Large and small loans on mort-
ede tat nui clearance Bi, has en aeted oon get yellow and eventually rot. versity where she will read for a gages.
*ae cultivated 50 by the Council. Similar crabs attacked rice fields diploma in education, was warmly
----The new alum elearaaee law in the districts four or five years con. 'tulated on her selection for NORMAN DAVID-FEVCK,
relates only to Port-of-Spatsandte aage the schlarsdonhip slcinfr NRMNIAI-EE
an erl nayndo Por,-f- ad a, but the damage done then was thecholarshipand wished success Real Estate Agent. --
^ tftFenlndsi ___t._ --In her studies. 30 St. Vincent Street.
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rxIaad useful items as Simmons
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Sentwood Rockers ad Maite,
Carpet Voding Canvas lnai
Lady Writn pDeak. Oyp and
Crap. Ohailia~abets, GlSs sad
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Attack In Pacific
dres from Seattle on Saturday night
as both a report of the anaing growth
tAmerican strength In the Pacift
theatre since Pearl Harbour, and of de-
, termination to make Impossible In the
future incident such as Japan'es sneak
attack of December 7, 1941. The secret
* of Mr. Rooevelt'a visit to the Pacific was
Swell kept, and it was a triumph for
American Intelligence that a personality
so much In the public eye could be
abe t from the spotlight for so long
without the enemy getting wind of his
whereabouts. Superior power Is already
mflected in the series of victories which
American land, sea, and air forces have
been winning over the Japanese In the
Pacific, but the President's account gives'
the Impression that still greater strength
awaits unleashing in the next stage of
the conflict that Is rapidly approaching.
The world knows of the tremendously
Increased output of American shipyards
which has made the United States Navy
the largest in the world. This is a direct
consequecoe of the treacherous blow
which Japan thought would bring her
victory and empire In the Far East. The
very Pearl Natour she sought to cripple
is no onger an outpost, but has been
transformed Into a powerful base of op-
erathons, the use of which is already being
felt by the enemy. The ships which the
Japanese thought to destroy there are
all In use against them with only one
exception, and the navy yards In the
harbour can now make repairs to the
heaviest ships afloat.
Mr. Roosevelt's glowing account of
activities at other points he visited en-
courages the hope of greatrr victories
than in the past. His report of the boom
In war activity at various points, and of
the fighting men's progress in their
Satainng In landing operations and jungle
warfare, point in the same direction.
But the most significant portion of his
address was, perhaps, the reference to
the conferences with the army and navy
leaders on the best methods of conduct-
Ing the Pacific war. The news that com-
Splete understanding of the problems
involved has been reached, and unani-
mity of opinion achieved as to the
methods of solving them, should give the
| Japanese cause for graver concern than
They have hitherto shown. For Mr. Roose-
velt made it plain that the American
forces are now in a position to carry the
war to China, to liberate the Philip-
pines, or to attack Japan itself.
The President's emphasis on the
need to prevent Japan from evpr be-
coming an aggressor again will be widely
welcomed. Among the eastern peoples
the Japanese alone have ambitions to
'dominate their neighbours, and it is the
Japanese who will have to be subdued.
Their defeat will be a blessing, for it will
tree millions from slavery and save them
from the threat of future aggression.
While It is not the policy of the United

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and San Fernamdo; at the General Post Office,
Port-of-Spain and ell Money Order Offices
throughout the Colony.

You can also get them at Win the War
Aussociotion Centresw hIn Port-of-Spain and in
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Courtesy Appreciated
The Editor. nTrinMdad 0 wdlk.*
When unsaUtactory attention
paid to memw of the psubl
civil servants no pains arem M
to bring such things to punle l=t
Recently I rang the Poet Ofl
here to ask for some forms which 1
was not sure whether they had or
not. The person who answered the
telephone was very kind to get the
necessary information and when I
thanked him he assured me that
the pleasure was hi.
It Is seldom that une meets with
such courteous attention by civil
servants and. in fairness to him. his
department and his head, I should
like to command this officer's con-
duct to other elvU servants.
San Fernando. ATI ED.
Council Toke-Over Feared
The Editor, 'ltdAMad Guardan.'
This writer is hoping that if the
City Council's proposed eletrztqty
take-over is fltuedouelctrity
distribution, as well a transUpota-
tion system, will not suffer the
ame fate as our water system
has suffered.

-, e 4 &Af t w&-.-' '7 -

N in to hold down any other peon
by lm t meemu tthee Is no alternetve
but to 6."a tmo draM c stepe to're-
moe t uie O o Japan. As the Pre-
sident dedIK 0 uW4 d honour of
the JapM eam 1- trued, and
yearsaoftpofsmuft elMC before their
country epn be .dmag to the ranu of
thoee who seek a p nM peace.

Lean Year For. Agriculture
Pictured In 1943 Report
THE picture of Trinidad agricultural
Industries presented by the IUM re-
port of the Diretor of Agriculture is
disquIetgn exports were short of the
previous year's figures by more than
$2,250.000, 'bringing the drop for the
pat two years to $4,644,000. Sugar was
of course the principal contributor to
this result, the shortage of labour com-
bined with weather vagaries reducing
output from 104,377 tons in 1942 to
70,920 tons last year. and cutting
exports by 30,248 tons. With by-products
Included, sugar shipments were worth
only $3,774,090 compared with $5,595,031
In the previous 12 months. Cocoa ex-
ports valued at $1,188,655 in 1942 fell to
$977,218, and of the 229,000 acres in
cultivation a decade ago it is estimated
that only 160,000 acres remain, much of
which is suffering badly from neglect.
A gleam ot light in the sugar situa-
tion was the stimulus provided by the
planting subsidy, which was paid on a
total of 4,920 acres for the period from
July 1 to November 15, 1943. The estates
provided 3,113 acres of this and
including areas set out before and
after the subsidy period their total
planting reached 5,446 acres, which
was above expectations though far short
of a normal year. Another bright spot
was the comparative freedom from
serious pest attacks. The planting sub-
sidy is being continued this year, and
with the completion of base construction
and the release of large numbers of
labourers It is to be hoped that the re-
turn to the land will permit a substantial
Increase in cane operations.
There is little, however, to relieve
the gloomy outlook for cocoa. So far as
their economic value Is concerned com-
plete failure is reported for witchbroom
control measures such as the periodic
cutting of brooms and spraying with
fungicides. All that remains, apparently,
is the propagation of disease-resistant
strains, In pursuance of which Dr. F. J.
Pound's further visit to the Amazon
Valley is noted as "highly successful.'*
Even the Government's model plantation
at River Estate could not be maintained
in the usual good order last year be-
cause of labour and other war-time
If we turn to crops for home con-
sumption the position is brighter, and
it is highly desirable that the progress
made in food-growing should be a
starting-point for a permanent policy of
greater self-sufficiency. These remarks
also apply to the raising of stock, In-
cluding backyard stock like rabbits and
poultry, though the serious difficulties
in regard to poultry feed are a handi-
cap. The Agricultural Policy reports
have now apparently been accepted as
a guide for the Department of Agricul-
ture, but it is much to be regretted that
they have never been brought before the
Legislature for debate and formally

demanded a trained specialist), had
urged the change, and that they
were all ready and glad to hand
over the reins which hey had held
for so many years.
And on the other side, the Press.
the Teachers' Association, and the
irectornsmse- pes snuue i-


(On~uBaa No. U. now IMeMedie sa i
of creditors ordinancp. Cp. 4) TC

la th

llth AugUst, 1944.
upeme Coert el Trt-
dam saI Tobag

No. 4 of 1944,
In The Matter of
NOTICE is hereby given that
there will be put up for Sale at
Point Cumana on Thunrsday the
24th day of August. 1944 at two
o'clock m tahe afternoon one un.
flnished house, built on concrete
pillars, covered with galvanized
iron Sheets., tapia sides, Standing
on Lands of Mrs. Philip Joseph.
Levied upon in the above Matier.
The Sale will take plaRce on the

The perpetuIal swamping of the
LavmuCne swamp caused by the
yearly overflowing of the Caroni
iver remains because the bank of
the riverw lu higher than the bed of
the swamp, and unket a seheme ls
constructed to prevent the river
overflowing its bank at a certain
point, I believe there will always be
trouble at the eastern end of the
prow ed airport.
A scheme constructed from a
point on the Caroni left bank
sould not only serve, the airport,
but remove a nuisance that occurs
almost every year by the Inunda-
tion of a portion of the Southern
Main Road (which sometimes ar-
rests trffic for dfawz^ an *Irm latm.

the Caroni Savannah for the pro-
posed rice cultivation.
Local conditions, knowledge and
views, also, if consulted, should help
in avoiding unforeseen mistakes,.

Congress Sore Soothed ?
The Kditer, Trlnidad Guardan."
I read with some interest the let-
ter of the Catholic Youth Organis-
ation published by yru last Wednes-
day re the proceedings of the first
congress of the Trinidad and To-
bago Youth Council.
I heartily endorse their condem-
nation of the radical and danger-
ous" view of birth control expressed
by Mr. lienki. a guest of the or-
ganising committee.
But when in paragraph 4 they
assert that "M6 people sat unmoved
by the horrible suggestionn,, I think
they overstepped themselves a bit.
Such a statement should be made
by trained psychologists and phy-
siognomists, rather than by im-
mature youths.
To belie their assertion, I say.
without fear of contradiction, that
many were there who were in.
censed by this out of place state-
ment, but everyone there realized,
with the exception of a few, that
Mr. Rienzi was expressing the per-
sonal view of a private individual.
Of course, those few who abrupt-
ly left were not there to hear the
next speaker in no uncertain
manner erase from the minds of
the audience the hybrid remarks of
Mr. Rienzi. Canon Farquhar firmly
dealt with a Aituatloa which others
turned their backs on: and in no
small measure Ironed out the un-
pleasant situation created.
By their hasty actions they
missed the remarks of the first
youth to speak. Mr. Lloyd Bratb
walte. before moving the resolutBoa
asking for the Youth Council to
formed, explained youth's approach
to the social sore which has given
rise to people advocating birth con-
trol. Continence and proper sex
education is youth's answer to Ig-
norance and sordid birth control.
I assert that proper etiquette pre-
vented those many whose views
were not in conformity with Mr.
Rienzl from demonstrating In so
silly a manner as walking out of a
meeting, which had been convoked
by their own willingness to meet
as youth representatives of Trini-
dad and Tobago. In so doing they
missed the real and vital substance
of the congress.
Futhermore, relative to the letter
I think, and I do so as a Catholic,
It was superfluous on the part of
the Catholic Youth Organisation to
hasten to dissociate itself in the
press frcrnm a view which even non-
Catholics know is out ef keeping
with the dokma of the Catholic
,"rplv I am left to think this
was done to make an issue of -
-,./ baiL maiLater. To CY.O. I give
a bit of advice: let your name
Catholic be your bright shield and
pointed spear In future delibera-
tions of the Youth Council and a
worthy goal of your puerile or-
ganisatlon. TOUlIL

lents its recommendations were ac- In the case under review no one
cepted with milleni l hopes, which grudges the Chief Medical Officer
now appear to be more or less of the Ban Fernando Hoepital the
shattered. Increase of remuneration for the
temporary discharge of extra du-
COUNCIILS NEED MXDIOO ties, but the method adopted was
The matter however was ex- contrary to the dictates of justice
humed from its tomb at the last in more ways than one.
meeting of the LAegislative Council. It was revealed that the reason
Its decision illustrates very clearly which prompted the ill-considered
the urgent eed of a medical man recommendation was to enable
In the Legislative and Executive that officer to *well his prospective
Co"',cils. pension-a happy prospect indeed
The oft-repeated refrain of ex- for the Impotent taxpayer since
Agencies 0m war conditions and there are no doubt other members
compelling necessity Is relentlessly of the Civil Service, especially
dwed in our ears, but I do not those on the lower rungs of the
think that in this Instance anyone official ladder, who would be grate-
who has cut his eye-teeth will be ful for the same paternal solicitude.
tab= in with a l ogeriesa of The measure as sponsored by
wonds, bearing in mind that Oo- Government cannot be Said to be
vaeaoct has apparently no diff- even a mutilated fulfilment of
tty in finding a capable Medical the intentions of the Medical Com-
aermntendent. an experienced mitt whose recommendation in
ehf physician, and a brilliant this matter Is quite elear.
surgeon for the Port-of-Spain Be thi as It may, the method
Hospital during that period, adopted in the present case to at-
The French with their customary tain the object in view was wrong.
sense of humour put It this way, as it violates the clear concept 4S
"cette ruse eat come de Ills blanco justice by at least depriving the
We needed no eryotai-gaser to tell locum teUens of Just reward for the
us that most of the reeommenda- duty; In fairne to him the blun-
tlons of the Medical Reorgaisatoun der should therefore be rectified.
Committee of 14 would be post. As the recommendation of the
poned indefinitely. Finance Committee has been con.
It is a pity the subject of per- Armed by the Legislature, the de-
sional allowance was tucked in at elalon cannot be revoked nor is it
the tall-end of the agenda w hen likely to be. It will be necessary
mental fattlgue had overtaken the therefore, If justice is to be daose
members 'lof Council, and yawning to take another vote at the expenseM
the prelimitnary to somnolene.- of the taxpayer, who, poor devil,
was probably playing at this ha. Invariably to pay the piper
tago an Important role in the pro- without te- ghot ofz a ae to
ceedlngs. call the tune.
This may account In a measure We are familiar wItl eainste
after the mildew of apthy w Ii =h oner moan ehas dot the
daspened inured In-the A -e Work of two or more maen, auh
f It cafbeson called. e luralm is not u owato the
however, two member wh"e s a.a dnow on
minds were still alertt at_. Usiat bees
pointed eiut the objectionable ton- rd that two mea ane Paid for a
a dfe n but tbey we411
surroundedC a osstiesee Awi isM 'We 4,

30th August, 1944, and must, be on
the prescribed form which may be
obtained from the Secretariat.
11th August, 1944.

Control Board

An increased allmocation of Paint
from the United Kingdom has been
approved to Include requirements
of Oil Companle.
Secretary. Control Board,
Old Post Office Building,
7 St. Vincent Street,
14th August, 1944

Re-Death a (
And (b)
eseployeg with'!
C )

In" lately-3
Archer On"
w which o -1W
man lately -
Trinidad aj
red on 4th

tae:fo bee
Pendionto of the M"u
Clement Roecastle,
and Victor McSi
are hereby requir.i
fore The Commiunc
the 18th day of A
o'clock in the fmod
House, P'ort-of.sg
termine the
Proof of relatio
dants to the de
will be required t
soner to be fr
ants at the etnqu '
to be in the forms
birth and of marri||
cumstances be neMi
Dated this 15th i
A. V. N. MA
Registrar, IN

Queen's R
Science M

A Temporary
required for the y
1944 to let Aprai
The minimum
quired is the POce
School certifcate*I
Salary will be L
fiction and exp=iM
Applications ,i
age, qualifleations
to be lodged witkbp
the College on
gust, 1944. A

Control I

Spares forI!
and I

Director mmself paid trmoe to A.C CLARI,
the work which the board hsd done A. C. CLARKE, hl
for education in the island. The D.Masl.
board was superseded by an ad-
visory committee of five of which CONTROL BOARD
the Drector is chairman. N T
The first and present holder of NOTICE
the post of Director of Education -
assumed duties at the beginning of Shot Gun Shells and 22
last October. He is Mr. Howard So u Se n
Hayden, who was a headmaster, Calibre Bullets
and an inspector for the London impojr WO are euthrsed
County Council, and is the author to deal n Shot Gun bneis andu
of several books on English. .22 Calibre Bullets are hereby re-
quesdte to submit to the Secretary
Teachers Get Talks of the Control Board net later
than the 21st Augu 14, their
One of his first steps was to re- mium mental requirements of
organise the Education Office, these items for the year 1946.
which was promoted to the De- Unit of quantity should be quoted
apartment of Education. That he in "Rounds'" and sufficient detail
had no intention of being a rubber- should be supplied as to enable
stamp official he demonstrated accurate clatssifcaon.
from the start, when on the occa-R eturnm should be prepared on
sion early in November of the Standrd Import Programme Forms
emergency closing of schools due to n accordance with basc con-
an outbreak of measles, he organ- ditlons contained in Control Board
Ised a course of lectures and discus- Notice "Import Programme for
sions for teachers, who thus saw 194," dated 18th May, 194IM4.
their hopes of enjoying an un-. Where requirements are In excess
expected vacation rudely shattered of quotas allotted by the Control
The initial resentment which Bolrd full justification for such
this decree evoked soon changed anoul be submitted on a
warm appreciation of the oppor- separate sheet.
tunities which the contact between As the allocation of supplies to
the staffs of the various schools the Colony in 194 will be based
offered, and reached t climax in on programmes submitted, Im-
the voluntarily expressed wish porters who fail to submit returns
that the course should become an of their requirements cannot be
annual feature in the colony's allowed to share In available al-
educational system.
By far the most important ad- locL oPs .
ministrational reform to be intro- Secretary, Control Board,
duced by the Director has been old poeto ffice Building.
the internal re-classification of the 7, o t. Vinoent street,
primary schools, consequent upon Port-of-Span.
which the traditional clam as P Ilth Aut, 1944.
teaching unit has been abolished 1th August, 94._
in favour of the age-group. PRESS NOTICE
Another event fraught with far- RS N I
reaching consequences upon the
primary school life of the colony is
the recently-enacted legislation
which has vested in the Governor Applicationsae invited for the
the power to appoint and dismiss Pot of matron, eal Prison.
primary school teachers. prisons Department.
Nor have the secondary school spniab n -
remained untouched by the new The post pionable and ear-
surge of events. In that field the nIea salary lof 7 t rIsin p by a-
orientation has manifested Itselfn nual increments f to 8 90 per
an unparalleled increase in en- anum. In addition, temporary
Rrolmert and in what may be War Allowance is. payable. NO
rolmert and in what may be *.10*1' 1"!? ""
termed, the partial democratiesa- quarters are provided.
tlion o tine teaching staffs.
In the realm of higher education Preference will be given to ap-
which has been given a fUlp by plicants who have had training
th centt Hizher Education Corn- as a nurse and institutional x-
Smission, there is an increased perience in the handling of staff
I clamour for the liberalising of the and labour and whose age does not
scope of Codrinlgton College. exceed 40 years.
It would not be inapt, then, to Aontment would be on nro-
describe the present period intebA ntment would ber on thers
educational life of the sister col- btion for one year inthe t
ony as seed-time. What the ar- Instanc e and would be subject to
vest will yield must depend upon passing a medical examination.
I the sincerity, and effectiveness of Applications should be addressed
the work done in these extraordin- to the Colonial Secretary, Govern-
arily important years. ment Buildings. not later than the


Farm Manager, Stock Farm
Centre, St. Lucia, WindwardIi
APPLICATIONS are Invited for on appolntmenkil
of the Stock Farm and Dairy Centre to be M
Windward Islands. The salary of the post tIs WPP
annual increments of 20 to 400. Appoitfoo
m- "e than the minimum grade should the quU^e
dilate Justify It. In addition, the holder of tIheP
to free partly furnished quarters at the Dairy 0W "
ling and subsistence allowance of 150 per annum. l
The Farm Manager will be primarily en Pgd 1
ment and management of the Dairy Centre. bu te5
to assist with the establishment of stud-cent ion t
Colony, and to give general assistance with livsit" P-
far as his primary duties permit.
Candidates should have practical experience 4
animal husbandry. The selected candidate iI"=bn
undergo, on appointment, a special course in
about 4 months duration, for which all expen ses
Appllcationr should be addressed to the Dr .i
Department of Agriculture for the Windward Wtin
should be accompanied by copies of at least 3
applicant should state his age and whether married



O idaMtion ill be given to appli"atiUnl
qWMtift ta d of their nominated wh*lfar. ^
Applations must be made In writing.
eA &W amug bereceivedorbe I UtePod006
MS uUWmaisgiw m that raut IMt l

I ImporterS of
ulpment aroe
mnt returns o
merits of sp ig
and Brooders W
the Control 1
1Mh August, I
guarantee canb
able. efforts wfil
an allocation m*
essential needs. 4
Old Post OMW
'7 st Vincent
Port-of-81H, "
10th Awusgm fc

Special Pe
four days of thet
will be Issued at
the Transpflf t
Board to dit4
owners and traln
entered for
Turf Club ofM hb
hers of the PaIt
residing outl

Medical Officer's


Coialling Agriculturists
eins naaM., -Trinidad Guauardl&a"
I suggest we form an Agricultural
Employers' Association and call
upon the Agricultural Society of
Trinidad and Tobago to get first-
hand information from the Ontario
Agricultural Society as to the basic
form of compensation for labour-
Agriculturists here should never
forget the prosperity that they en-
joyed during and after the last
retat War, It is true that the
tide of prosperity for agriculture
ri and fas, but consideration
must be given the labourer to get
his wholehearted support, for with-
out labour capital is useless.
Now that Government Is
StW l encourage agriculture In
"*Xd tIt Meem right that aU
oacerned should get together and
help to alv the problem.
port' MIFnR.N

This Is seed-Utes In Barbadee
educational history. Ays this
writer, as he talk of ar sister
Oeleys big step-up in ed=a-
Uan. Tbhe harvest. he reflects
depends eon the slneerily of the
By A Special Correspeuent.
At a time like the present when
the necessity of education as a
vital and universal right, and not
a privilege, is obtruding itself upon
the public mind. it may not be
amiss to give readers of the "Guar-
dian" a glimpse into the educa-
tional system of the neighboring
colony of Barbados, even.1 at the
risk of tempting them to make the
comparison which we &re told is
Barbados Is as proud f her

educational ltraditioinsas t r I
famous for her conservatism, and
when the wave of educational re-
form now sweeping through these
Islands first began to gather im-
petus, there were many who
gloomily predicted that the colony
would pursue the even tenor of her
educational way for another 300
Board Takes Stand
This prophecy was partially ful-
filled when the Board of Education
took up a stand of splendid isola-
tion in respect of the projected
West Indian Teachers' Training
College to be centred in Trinidad.
And although Barbados has had
the mortification of seeing the
colonies, to which her Rawie
Training Institute formerly min-
istered, hitch their educational
waggons to Iere's rising star, this
new etiolatloa as it were, has in
no wise affected her decision, even
if It has admittedly limited the
scope of her usefulness, not to
mention giving her traditional
pride an unpleasant jolt.
But apart from this default (and
it Is still anybody's answer whe-
ther it does constitute a de-
fault). Barbados can in no
way be said to be foundering in
the backwash of the wave, and the
interest which all classes are taking
ct education Is apparent even to
The --ture historian will under-
toe year sw 3 a a landmark
along the educational highway of
Barbados, for it marks the passing
by the Barbados Legislature of an
Act creating and providing for the
post of Director of Education, and
also abolishing the Board of Edu-
cation that till then had been re-
sponsible for the policy and admin-
istration of the colony's education
The change-over was effected
without any real disruption, and
without the exchange of polemics
which so often signalises any Im-
portant administrative reform in
that colony. Indeed the president
of the dying board, the Lord Bishop
of Barbados, intimated that the
board itself (ealising as he said
that the modern scientific approach
to educational theory and practice

I observed that one of the sub-
jects, considered at the last meet-
ing of the Legislature, was the
granting of a personal allowance
of $480 per annum to the Chief
Medical Officer of the San Fernan-
do Hospital in lieu of the duty
allowance of $240 per annum pre-
viously enjoyed by him.
This allowance Is for doing extra-
work of a temporary nature in
addition to hie professional obli.
gations. Now, the extent and re-
sponsibility of these obligations
were considered by the Medical
Reorganilsation Committee to be
sufficient to occupy his whole at-
tention. To streak this view it was
recommended that he should be
relieved as soon as possible of the
extra duty by the appointment of
a Medical Superintendent as now
obtains at the Port-of-Spain How-
As the committee comprised a
galaxy of an unusual blend of ta-

s Salaries Query
be described as explosive. There
colleagues rocked to sleep in the
Government cradle were as mute
as the harp of Tara's walls while
Government .cted prudently the
part of the sphinx with marked
It is conceded In medical prac-
tics that those who are suddenly
speechless, as well as those whose
tongues take no holiday, give cause
for grave anxiety. Tne ill-con-
ceived recommendation of the
Finance Committee shows the little
understanding consideration that
i given at times by our Star
Chamber to matters of public in-
No one can reasonably object tc
the universally accepted principle
that the labourer ia worthy of his
hire, but that principle should be
applied to all without distinction
and Its mode of application must
cause injustice to none.

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Trap FrmProtes Detroy Bonomi Takes Named Defence Allies Agree
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A - -far"d l w general Alphonse Flom Ju ,._
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fInFrance 1ph-^ Rome Today Security Plan
nuFa Vndmei pbsi turt o .* nt S"IM 0 fo -re% In Italy, a enu namued
F""U W that French1; anar= "loMX, Aug. 14 (AP)-Pood and Chief of aXl for National By 3.5. 5ACKFORD
OM d ad et *ttl 0Iemlyasent the most Defence by the frenachCl- WASHCnGAON, Aug. 14 (UP)
;remSf lt t s the 41141"t proble"Im In hungry,. Idle nitte. of National LUie n Anownte of optimism surround-
o9 ene ey E ao, a onomrl's Government to succeed General Marie lle ed the ImpendlIng talks o at a world
O T 1 O- moved to sume nominal jurdic- Bethouart, Radio rifanceof m ri e gAnestion with the dis-
ever acoom =qe icuetoday that the Allied 'Big
1 R rutaim n si t>omorrowr kthe Rome region, Algiers announced today. Three? have exchanged plans and
Wel ".0 U.fS B Ar ain, with the Allied Control Commislson W Britain and the United Sttes are
m awed F nc D^..d stepping down ft an advisory .a- T. T iWt ofici al wrd the pre-.
iy pac*UiIcoiinerene. exchange of ideas be-
Or ~iUI1~1ca lOrta! e Is most clearly re- tween London. Moecow, and Wash-
To Sign Pact sdannort former rJaid Wgv A d

tint. thie Allis CafliP French National Committee are Both the billed Control Cnmmnis- tenced to 10 years' Imprisonment next1"1 week. Becaua Rus-
* ghe onMwat s t ? sig om at and the Ii an Govebrnment and fined rOO on pleading C Inot at wr lth permanent Un- Ij
ecw pncer admnittratroa of have boodyngbeforeged by talian guilty to a charge lolarthes.. en
mlitr miL e lt e terty by bour delegations asking for revival Federal Censordhip Law, by rBrtand the Unitletd Sleaten.
n.5J1 *ad r W *- are of Industry and a poramme or Jure Shaecekateo or ord Mler. h Y owre grllinah y ached-

ha d being initial lldbo he publit Kthe ir ames B. U. McNallye Unit- uedo to start today, which ll the U
s the end of a and depatched to France where s The mortality rate reflected M- ed State s Attorney, describes Mns l- form a e of the alcuing

Sunder he wil b.e Ut fM-4- i ndllye ls gnedwy tahed undernourlshment of Dickinson in court as a "woman of the AUanneo tw carter. but post- RU
^*,- Watted States Int- Genera Dwigh Usnhower re- mothers, many babies idying at who sold her country to the Japs P.->"1 for a week when the Soviets
o e w thea ioe p ea et Both States and brth. Allied u ihortes say the or money." 10rs. Dickmprisonmen. who asked for more me to repare.-
Oilr hoelt loaded t-. sn n repreentng death of Infant urvivin birth m adent and fined mpaioned plea cle- Sir Alexander revealed that the Japan-
the pncu r being otn e Wl expected In have gradually bn ded byI tal he mins- ty, admitted aeoclatir- with RUe an ilready have later wither The
m ito try tir delay tbe Fre Ot distribution o f powdered milk x- Japanee ag Censrnhip Law, by rctrialy drtan and the United S states.
Se d n- Asata-,The aSreel mma of clusuirvely anfor their ue. It Ia gen- but sid thaeekf ord Miller. The talks were orIn agreement with di
OA obigJllUd b y ofilaoll here pubicw2Zk8. Mr. James B. m. McNaflly. Unit. uled to start today, which is the As

isnt that en a ,- nd.d m si., e whe ro- eraly agreed that unreflect the foosu-d States Attn orney about describes t M rs. third Roosevelrsary ofutline gforn
U l -al es- eym l.slhimensig to the db Ply ri i increased In the fall an t of Dickinson invite had been made ani tlantionCarter.o but p-t- h
E deta av n-e neraenc.rDragte mt b. the wte- m others, the detbbiesdying at who sold her otusbtnd o Th e Government dfor a we2k when the Sovidents1
div n throughthe r fth. FSen and Amterdcans tin would be cAritic es say thargedo Mrs. Dickinon with being plan cad for a world asse mbly
l~aShef elt l kded. tM;._auIODY_ _a rePrmeaeting deaths .ofinfants surviving birth made an impassioned plea for cle- Sir Alexander revealed that the
units we being 0 1211019 in expected In have gradually been reduced by the mency, admitted aesoetlatir- with R~ussians already have sent their Tke
to try tig delay the af eusays.d attribution of powdered milk ex- Japanese agent din th ic country, document for study. He said the
ir ad ma ate ma d parallel memo- oilusivy for their use. It psrn- but said the a greont to end riet shwere In agreement wi th yo
tL-neth m t onaman- random s Ibein! s signed to Pro- rally agreed that unless the food Japan information about West President Rooevelt's outline for
L- Mmtl B e e vxidaea vie lend-lean shipments to the supply is Increed in the fall and coast naval activities bad been made oa International orgalnsation pub -
rth fot Of Aid. Dr- a French Arr ement by the wintu e months the dietary aitua- v er nt ba. Te ve a oufnth e Thersel et they
deltos have been Bret ashrit ch and A nericam teoe would be criae k onM a ileens b rnPn cha r wdor aeein sr l
arei be-111 P there. Ab mn did bnot Thae you tmrionweaed on anvhnea plus a he w rld court an Sent'
cYouarge forsDtuknate the v-et c
arlMsubsa. s ..p th e l ther a l ron alla enspumental I sending."fadlta r i tefa ts on gedf A ouril oothe
Par e trying dect peto o a l they provideessetally t. Ionm athoe toTfkn b o byr way of sg rea th e m -rannancera of a hoe
So "Vl o d espatch have updin e authcomrity in FraneaT sn e Jude told Mrs, Dekins:bsr of the others elected a nualyt -
fiiB h front slid. Divi- as long asthe war continues s taes nd "You are fortunate the Goven-hich will be charged with keeping sc-r
[MI Pansers, are be- there. ment did not have you tried on an the peace. plus world court and Sni
'0 bomb-shower an sled diret contr ol ofalmiltar ares F ll owe s te offence "borders close to tree. for the maintenance ofb o rc:e soapo
3#ey ofvma bldicldig hecoba tott W son" Mr. McNally had explained suffclent to suppress future ag. sap
i"1reoad for mile .the rear are supply depots and that the Government moved for gresson. But he rejected the Ideas clothe
y Br adley expressed the like. He i to turn over to LONDON, Aug. 14 (Reuter)-- dismissal of an espionage Indict- of an international police force or dry S
tmha toe t of the Ger- the French for the civil aminis- te people of Australia are to vote ment because the evidence was superstate. parts.
ew unal to geout. tratonof all other rear areas. It this week on a referendum in "circumstantial largely, and made Big Three Agree
Is up to him to fix the limit of which the Commonwealth Govern- pblic information vital to nation- n r utr
the military and non-military ment are asking for extensive pow- Vdefence. Free Austria
SCivilians f are a e united as e era, to cope with post-war con- L1 4M
On ect a un e ne struction. The present constiltu- LONDON, Au. 14 (AP) It
STo Leave algreement which written at the tion clearly defines the relations N i Dwaslgfs uomc wiially r tha la
insistence of the Amerieasm pro- between the states and the. FLd- e e on tan, the VA. and Russia have
Aug. 14 (Ruter).- vides for French censorship of erasl Government which the Austra- agreed to the important Moscow
Command erIn th Allied correspondents i France. l an people like the Americans In Due In Helsinki declarations promising an Inde-
e hasa ordered the That means that only military their constitution, guard very ije- e sn pendent Austria by playing the
tion to evacuate censorship can be applied. lously. Mr. Curtin, the. Prime LONON Aug. 14 (Rutr). A affairs of that country under the
to cang t reman Ly ment campaign, is asking for 14 German deleatlon is expected to fior Italy until the people have

H ~ whoa ch apnt reine. ne l^^ ttPmet c ec a ws btl e cue he says"" ,* It" wol"'d bee 0.onc n rknth l emni asncsa o u
wkng directly or aventille airport new laws because, he says, It WOUld arrive in He inki today to begin worked out their political and eco-
i f the German not be possible to deal adequately trade negotiations with the Finns. nomic future.
r and have to have Tenancy T lks art wi th t-war problems, If the on- Although no new development s The Uropen Advisory CommIs- This
ansaetohv titut n eais unchanged. Ti
pn n Tat. Anyone with- S ta t trereported so far in regard to the sion, drafting the terms for Ger-
IBtn as dGoener t h w nd Government therefore, want full situation in Finland, the Finnish many's surrender, is said to have to wa
e n Marseilyes Government a the "Trinidad powers for a limited period of five Press has begun to comment more reiterated the Moscow declarations ment
nd forcbl Guardian" understands, will grant years to deal with post-war em- openly on recent German reverses, repudiating Germany's annexation of so
tenancy to airline cornices on ployment, marketing, finance, civil Accordi to the Helsinki coes-o ut
i were under Lventlle and n ir ro at aviation and social security. pondentof the Swedish Press, the After the last war, one of the SunH
s h e ii n this connection A Sydney correspond nt says the Finnish Press has been giving conth s n t
serial attack of the have already held consultations electors are fa(eri with the difficul- siderable prominence to the Allied first thing. independent Austria saves
th and Ninth Air with at least operating companies. ty of, either to vote for all 14 new advance in France, and it stated did was to hold a plebiscite in tingI
rne r ee r Whether it is Proposed to laws or against all of them, be- that now that the Atlantic wall has which the people voted to Join with rubbi
ranged over every abolish the present airdrome at cause the Government have pinned been surrounded an broken the A- Germany, It was necesary for
the gap to Seine. A Piarco so far as commercial the issue to all or nothing, and it lied superiority prove Jut as dan- the Allied Counc of Ambassars
Force of RAP. 'planes are concerned, could notwas impossible to forecast which gero as the Russian offensive to persuade the
as British Tactical be ascertained, but it is felt that 'wa throerig e tolo go .rt which hex-as comea utIn mff ense t peso t e Govern-
ons including Lor-the construction of a n airdrome way the referendum would go.I T e trend which hacome bout in m rit to drop it.
Boston$ and Dutch near Port-of-Spain would offer Sthe Finnish Press, was explained This time, It Is understood.
Can aitan welcome faculties. m by one pro-German newspaper in perpetual separation of tle two
rted the dA.T.S. Girls In S these words: Six months ago we countries will be one of iih speci-
of Falaise. -40.Gr n e t t w e f t s e
operations officer said: o BroadcastTngt mists." cept.
have been ft Du hessOf Windsor Ionigt weoptims, now we artpelO- epfled terms that Germany must S -
Sthot aeing much evi- West Indian girls of the Auxilli- -1 0__
hrwrki erma For Territorial Services, now sta,.
they are seeing tbhem Fo r Oo S era n oned In Washington a., are a
at a time. We just, to broadcast in the We ot Indian t
i'l'r how the Germans l NEW YORK. Aug. 12 (Cp)-The Radio Newspaper, at 6.15 p. .
for lack of highly Duchess of Wi andor plas each Tuesday a 'd Friday begin-ome i wi
F We captured a Gert- to undergo an aoppendec- ning tonight, telling of t heir ex- s m AU
who we as count er- tomy operation late in Aust perlence and work in the Unied wo aess m scratch
who w s cou ter- u ;.r~nce--4htww tti

a~~l^ .^ ^v hospital O T heU arnd without support or early September in a New York States. The programme will be Dr. Ch 's Ointment
guns with only hpitai. the British Information transmitted over stations WRUL i M l
.Ofhins ycompany.o e Service and her secretary today (11.73 me.) and WRUW (15,3fmc)
k' nowt hrcemh He der ide confirmed reports to this effect, but &IIIII--I-I
llow where hs regiment did not name the hospital or sur- Itf!!lfRI--Iillt Il
Was weeping because he geon.l' es.
g anYhere. The Duke and Duchess left to- Let Us Furnish Your HO e as cryst
Srmy in France, states land where they will be the guests s Itaethedin
a. of L Mans gave of Mr. and Ms. Roberti young With Beautiful, Modern FURNITURE o .
It a more enthuiars- and Mrs. Duncan Dougl.as VIse
a h., e hasseen - Begs
wfime medpa ce snt far and ts u olas We specialize in the latest Designs of every
nthrowi tng fle s. PHe Higi. Command to extricate crack type tosuit the most Fastidious Tt ThErs -
i impressed because it .8S. divisions even at the cost of t HI tti s O ste "Tr'
Sftered like some other the maximum sacriftc e of other of a .ln
pthePeople have got units.se aS o nsign
404 et. Onl the way to The Anglo-Canadian s peu arhe

YfB L .1 01 YouC~ notic oneO Lametg made anohe boun for-~d you 1 usE..E NEWt
hesaw very little dam- driving down the valley of the JUST OPENkI VIM" N
says you notice one ase, made another bound/for e-M"
so destroyed; while a ward toward Palaise. IaENAMEL BASINS OVENS
.0 you noticed destruc- The left wing of the Canadian POT-SPOONS STRAINERS
o a wolstreet.) forward elements reached theI P-SO N I NTI R AIER
high ground at Lt Mu mil. This SHOPPING BAGS TOWELSI -, | -'
SeDescribe FalaLse thrust met increasing German re-i TWGgoin wto ben|
A Night orarish distance and the batle ra.d tin-TOWELLING (for Towels and: VW -.-Jclean
til midnight when the Germans Napkins.
IPALAISE, Aug. 14 (UP) dug in strogl in the woods. At NapkinVI
ns described the dawn the battle was reNUsd with
l~~& ~a nightmarish, advance troops bagging prisoners SHIRTS KHAKI SHIRTS,
60 mass of bombs on who said the last line defence of SHORTS and TROUSERS
a d the blazing dumps Falaise was entrusted to the crack ,IHea
tbt attempt y thhe N ait Ct veS.oCr whohav t sworn to hold HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, SOCKS, Etc. en
" us @INN SX COL.] to the lut man. SA GOMES RADIO EMPORIUMS V iENew
213 RPAIR AND EIIRTEADING MATERIALi AN'D MHmIH~l~HH ........................~
EQUIPMENT II ~ ma, .. .,,.IM-a,.,,, e
b IIzi n~f otified that Uceences for the Importation and~or x a eD e ?. Ant*V -- Jtimes.
.. Rot.. vehicles and sl~res, tyre repair and retreading difct10t
.,,'_e Trnpr D~nergency Board. --o uuIt with eoesomy.
fu or licences for the imeportation and/or ezpe'ttion mW .
1 er, 44- J'R POli'a Sh~ould therefore be aibmltted through the TPransport ',/5. ~/-e a LVE rouu
OboeUulllng Secretary, Control Board.
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unlight bar on the dirty

gives you enough lather
ash the rest of the gar-
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ght's extra-soapy lather
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w dM wm I- G.C. plead ed aBnUdwled uMhdL em in II
i d *mmikatft oif swam and tharoujasebiw pamre
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bWUn is ed pWin ofkf warld "T ied is-t dme em inMr
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argisasimaioB inthe Umpire, -d dvo thed do vu
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* tue II lioKeeMU ied~etotidy fatetrf th aKoU
ae In Ofh i cml thu p ~m o adft s the a wl
bow IBtntoo*dcpM thet4 beatcinoclbekf to j
roiw muro after d war. Tim. JuK a tbe noMadwQL~
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A ly on the car of her alda. You ca kemp he aiclear,
smooth, and healthy, by bathing her every iday vith
Pmholive Soap, the only soap used by the fimoMo Dions

For Palmolive a pure *oap made with Olive and Palm ils,
amew for q ua Nature's finest sIda NautiAe. Palolive'
eumy lather, diferant from any other, ot only eaw but
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bah md beep your sma mooth, youthful ... ,Mots .

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ealk Of Trinidad

U *n tte AteB O Gv r Ge ad MaW. Wright gPe

ANbc S davoWl @109 sIWedsTuZdis cole-
ie 4 0 thein- t nonu r K0.
aim. NOS*e A. R. 00l&-LArtlgi at
cst!Ma. i.L. 4l ctow tle Leward slangs ; and Mr&
of Jam t e1W
Eisd tha Chief JUstice 1 ad Mnd UM R I M r.
l. RichardS ottf he V Wawr and Lml'd Islnds, MW.
IN. Pam Mrs pep. at eM HJu Sire
andLadythiamsand Mr. s. Gerald
oe STMUG aind Mra. 0. Noomr. Mr W. BMoos, oLand
B5tMi M aorsd Mrs. Lenati and Mm. Lena.n, Mr.
Ma. Ow O'retlly. Mr., Mrs. and Mils do aomarmna d.Dr. and
00dtDow., Miss ovells Dois".
Um1 And Miss A. Daunt, M. and Mrs. George Bocord, Mr.
Ramel-Smith. Mr. and Mrs., BDorseo--e.u, Mr. and Mrs.
L, At.-Col. and Mrs. J. W. Poco*, Mr. and Mrs. Janme
and Mrs. Bawl-Oon. Oom. and Mrs. Men. Mr. and
Butt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles cld. the IHonble and Mrs.
*laSmm,Lieut.-Comdr. and Mrs. Mills. Major and Mrs. Lidde-
IJet. (A) and Mrs. Pain, Mli Punnett, Mr. W. A. R. Wetbster,
Denh mLieuit. Ian McWillim,. Lieut. Alan McMasters. Lleut.
A.M.O. Pay Limett. D. Coward, R.N.V.., Liut. 0. R. Tur-
S .L.V.Rl MYrA. G. Boys,.ub.-Lieut. W. M. Currle. T.R.N.V.R.,
B^Snon %;on. Mr. and Mrs. BoexBrooka. Licut.-Comdr. Ms-
Mr. U. Johnamon. Mr. and M Marden, Dr. and Mrs. Cmp& -
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ruthven-MuY Ito. X, Glynne Vivian.
CU()t. Bov.nfn. Ueut. McKmenzie. Coil, Mrs.. and Miss Ers-
C Onlonel do Bolsslere.
"mQL 'akt Mr. and Mr C. I Hitching. Mr. nd Min Ambard,
and Mrs. C. T. W. 9. Worrell, Mr. and Mrs. Wooding, the
a in d Mrs. dos Santos, Mr. and Mrs. claude Hall Jr. Comm.an-
Trotter, U.S N. Comdr. and Mrs OitbC. omdr. and Mrs. Darlow,
and Mrs. J. O'Brien, Asst. Supt. and Mrs. Armstrong, Mr. and
Pollock, Mr and Mrs. Leonard Snlth, Miss Hilda Smith, and
i eder, UJ,. Army.
5 S C
MAL-WULAL 0. M. READ. attended by lAeut. Jenksiu, his
AJi,. the chief guest at a ch&npagn dinner and dance
bl libe wsT A ofSfiors of the VS. Navy at their club a8
i on 6attrday evening.
t ohb was beauttftully decorated wkth coconut palm, and
Smrd pW dreamers. and after a delleious menu had been
wd, the pguwt danced 'o music supplied by one of the Navy
' Aafl ou S present .vre Capt. Cnrutcher, Mrs. Pelri, conm-
M, er'm i kniander Wilharm, Mi Fin o Brown. Ens ;Lam-
0MO. WO.. L MV e, W 0. Frank Schwab, Mrs. Pnuline
AMq omM Mis Moniea Green, Mrs. Thorp, W 0. J. W.
W.O. L. P. Oirard, Mrs. K. Prancl4-Lau. Miss I",rls Heath
. L. Bier W 0. T. P. pratt. Mis L Rodr irgie, MIl Belt)
, W/;'O.W. X. CnimonTa, and one or two others.
. MfRIC 00TT ennotrcines the organization of a grand bitll
,pibs p ike at the Prince's Building on the evening of Septem-
F ltdinb i. JoMhtl Conivent Building Fund. The crmminttiee
e 8nwaNi, given thir help In sponsoring this worthy
., oosft of some of the leisdui ladies and gentlemen Ir
SUlt, k av* tlh welfare of the Convent at heart.
Pv" aort i Ibeing made to make ths function the Stueassi
i g to be. Putrthr details will be given shortly.
w newo h badnlntorn court at the Trilidad Cromtrv Club We
S d on sunday for the first time and will bp available
IItemey tdf".
l a tle ftub n Sunday showed grVat Interest. atio'ng nil
l et OCapt. A. A. Reik, Wlrlhs Officer Kelly and Mr

k VERY large crowd slt eidld the C Ountrv Club on Saturday evening. There wMs a short floor
W, which inrlidted the Ainging of Pm) Ctrine,. dainiiig h'
B Blocla, clowninct by lene RadIow, ntad hand-balanciing an(
by two swt'hbitle fellow whose names I did not get but h
0om nui embers wr-e vastly ltitrlgued.
Among th(*oa present were Sir 1,'nnox and l.adv O'Reilly, the
US 'bO Geeld Wigrlt and Mrs. Wight, Mr. Jatc Hutlton, Mrs. Bol
hte, Mr. and Mrs. R. Mackllliuin. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brook,
I. iand Mrs. Tan Ooldif, Capt. C. C. Brooks, Commander ani
Me Darlow, Mr. and Mrs. A. C Thomas, Mti Mary Robinson
Mh)MstU ec, Lieut. Basil Clark. Mr. Ed. Orawold, Miss Han
S M Wl e Ursl. I e Ortil, Mr. ind Mrs. Prank lobo, Mr. R
VS t. Tom Uolt. Mis. Gloria taLtuthi Mr. 1. Lamrt
Nbwla anMId Mr. Flip" W hew.
C.BMU. AUGUST DANCE takes place at the N.AA. gynmi
SAlumn tonight Irom 8.30 until midnight,. The US. Navy Ban
jbg" the musio and transportation, which will lei.sve the US.(
o1 tm't be arranged through Miss Catherilne TI'ler.
SAtoI the dance will be by Imitation only, and there wl
2 As well s the u.aal rftrrtlimsnta.






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TODAY 4.4.15 & .30 p.m. DAILY-
M O.M's Heaven Sent -
The White Cliffs Of

Starring Irene Dunne, Alan
Extra:-A Pete Smith Speciality.

TONIGHiT at 8.30-
Monster Double Attraction For
With Lon CHANEY, Louise
Tomorrow:-- PHANTOM LADY
Franchot Tone


rn; 7es,. A &am. Easem-. i aka"o
of on = et War f TnoriL will
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twse Us alted KIagm4e and thet] rtMl
Wet radiM. xrnUh olana, ad the
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Tuesday, August 15
8.30 .m.
A limited number of passes to
local cinema theatres available
to merchant stamen on sppl-
cation to the Club Manager.
Current landin permits to be
Tonight at 8.30
Fer Merchant Nary Offiem
at the
Cebents House. St. Ann's
heae 8 11,7.

PALACE-San Fernando
TODAY at I & 8.30 p.m.-
Jungle King


* GLoB*
Starting Tomor.s


Souffles Are Easy To Make D LUX De LU

So Try Them For A Change iayaT r.w Srt..
Boivma wemiadtMLEagmwt" Mw t" to 0" M a4.45 A N45 TRURSDAY
to -rrw onthpan f cota bu, a tbo m te an -ef lwm***l.t* s
about soufles, do ot be afrad of making them. s sce depends ______ __ _______
em known a few Uttle tricks which u a bea be abt to gt th" han
ot, right oway. h l ou t it dione -s er tbrak
atof e.handrveo t =y7 the top, you can run a skiewe or
d st ha befo you tt m snx- Sll knife blade down thie sie
t = : and 11 Itd comeawayelean the
...soaa th. K s~ d very aouffl, Is de. Now ft, a re.pe
l laIn fact. wiping it aound or two
wi o pieceI of butter paper tI Chekem euffle.-Thla may tbe
suffitcient, as too much greatmn made with osac cooked chicken Md
t nda ke to nct ..hemim tureI'. n o cooked ham or tinned tongue,
one of the secret of a good un .ad minced cooked veal may is
s for e t to ltt memaelvm to be used m a rubstitute for chicken.
r heights. Mince the chicken anrid ham or
O ourse, temperature Is all im- tongue together and pound well In M ii
portent when baking souffles, and with o-butter and a UtUe thick
if your oven temperature Is too white sauce. The remains of breed b IW.f I
hLih the eggsil cook before th sauce which have been served with
Sair is expanded, the hot chicken will do. a,
A Season well with pepper and salt,
T SrATONC d add a touch of chive or garlic VAN JHNSON
Your souffle, to be a complete according to taste. Then work In JUNR ALYSON
success, should be served the instant the yolks of four egge and rub AcB
It Is cooked. It you are forced to them all through a wire asieve. GLORIA D AVEN.
hold it over, just lower the heat Beat up the whites of four eggs JOSE hTURBI
and prolong cooking time, out you stiffly, and fold In lightly.
may meet with disappointment If Pour the mixture into a properly. JIMMY DURANTE
you extend this over five minutes. greased souffle dish. filling It just ORACIE ALLEN *
Egg yolks must be well beaten over half-full, and bake In moderate L A H .
Into the mixture, and the egg oven untUil well risen and firm to LENA HONE
whites must be beaten very atiffly, touch (around 25 minutes). HARRY JAMES
but do not beat the whites into the This is sufficient for four persons. a Me Mek Maker
Mixture, fold them llglhtly. Chocolate Souffle.-This I'bound wHELEN POtREST
Always bear In mind that a souf- to be a prime favourite. Take 2
fie must rise, so never fill your dish cups fresh milk, 1-3 cup flour, pinch XAVIER CUGAT
much more than half-full; if you of salt, 2 squares chocolate (grate and his 2 O r0islne
I do it will probably run wer Ihe these squares finely), 1 tablespoon- with LINA 1BMAT
,ides aiid ruin the whole thing as fiul butter, 6 eggs, half-teaspoonful A
far as appearance is concerned, vanilla, half-cup sugar, flavouring. W -, AR
Put steamed souffles, the water Use a double boiler and scald TOM DRAKE.YtNYItONNmTY VHRE MIAHN
S must be boiling before utl ing mem the milk with the finely-grated WNIlLL MN LUEi CARLOS RAMItU IUW
a into the- steamer and kept at iboil- chocolate, then mix the flour, salt, IMANK SUiiVT ALIM COAT DONAL ALEXIS SMITH
Ing point. replace boiling water as and sugar in a bowl. Add the UM -AMPARO NOVAhRO ,VIRDINIA DONALD CRSP
necessary, chocolate mixture gradually, return W ORIEIN I TWINSD ONALl C P
There are two types of souffle, as It to the double boiler and cook oIIns ra mPlM by Richard Cie.>win, sav ALAN AL
everybody knows, steamed and until thickened, stirring the whole Okly Lehman oDirected by I|CHARD THOSPI
baked, and many people seem io time. Prodieced by JOE PASTIRNAK
prefer the baked type. Add butter and vanilla, and cool
The easiest way of steaming a the mixture. It Is Important to lllllllllllfllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllii liiilllllHII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiniIil'
souffle is t') put ihe mixture in an cool well ahead of time before add- - -
ordinary basin, tie greased paper Ing the eggs. as if eggs are added llllDill lHHH
Over the top, and put another sheet while mixture Is hot they would 3 i_. E M 8
over the top of the saucepan so thicken and not allow for expan- 9
that no steam can escape, sion of air. In fact, you can do LE .1.30 E E M I .301
A sound point to remember is a this job of cooling as far in ad- B
steamed souffle Is always turned vance as you wish. Then separate l Today and Starting Thursday
out of the mould, and the sauce is your eggs and beat, the yolks until -
poured around It, but never over It, thev are stiff. Fold Into the 5 Tonorrow GR EATER
twheress baked souffles are always chocolate mixture. m ea K arzactre! 0
served in the glass fireoroof dishes Pre-heat your oven to a moderate I ig Tarzanpire
in which they have been cooked ard temperature and bake for 25 3 n -
tihe sauce ia served separtely. minuteA. J.D.
EGG FOR A(*- N \
A good proportlon to wourk upon LJd a i ry
Is one egg for earhi person lo be O. ir I
served, This goes for baked or
steamed- ,utfles c.MB..U. dance, N.A. S. gym-
S When you tle.t your souffle to nasinm Chaguaramas.

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Tonight. 8.30-
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Ckilillilvesgavea beutiul gal-kepin exhbt.tuto for Lydia re. Plkam't
%"e fto fl&# half goals, then the college boys a -- Blast week Mik.y Fernandez and Cecil Phelps. (cycaistsi; p. O. Wilson | V0t101l*tto6141i Conspounia.insist o II
dweaa frM in the second half, tut their T.AoA. rast Francis, Barradas and Georgie Lewis runners) returned home over the week-end. t eIoriginal> and gums.HH lllllHIIl
thwe s go W idt. n a Sluhy Alochattion ground y. And O'Brien Score Lewis, who equalled Jessea - -- ---IIlIlj._I.w_
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o.6mM draw. ---- .---- Brilliant Victories 100 yards. 9.4 seconds, was very Ba Win 2nd
K H ylst all out modest about the whole thing, and
SThompsont vlaln t Cyril Prancis. Trinidad amateur stated that he thought he had run B i A JUs
"o "Pusher" K .i W lightweight champion; Louis Bar.- fast and that the track was much
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beaUtiul dribbli- radas, the 147-pound title holder faster than the Queen's Park
i pd i of and Russell O'Brilen scored brilliant Oval here. Class Trophy
on overtakfl a annan victories in the .Merchant Navy He said that Jupiter, the B.G. --
tfound Oonsalv4 Club amateur tournament, which sprint ace, who ran second to him, Bata, due chiefly to the splen-
Kthef S ie Pbegan on Saturday night. was a very good boy. did first innings batting bv C.
SaiMnts nivoit ,a e Francisg who recently took the He beat Juniter in his record- Sampat who scored 76, secured
I wore own Ru ltcghtweight crown from Lawrence breaking run by about two yards their first lien on the coveted T
Ind together with Assam, won a convincing points de. and McDonald Bailey was third Bonanza Second Class Cup, when \o
Diffenthaler and K. Hylan scored an impressive cislon over Pierre of Cascade, last another yard back. they told him, they belted Invincible ini the 12oz. Tins
inms dangerous victory in the twice around the year's Merchant Navy champion but on the first day, Monday, final which concluded on QR.C.
w Hl e Rousseau Grand Savanah long distance The bouts ase In the first round August 7, Jupiter beat him con- ground on Saturday. M lll
udp Ue running for Youth under c0vears of the contests to determine tihe vincingly in the heats. 0. Claxton copped bowling Mberi 1k &F 4d
1ot fs and under o taged on Sundy Merchant Navy Club featherweight P. 0. Wilson. Barbados runner, honours, and then top-scored in INSECT BITES ARE DANGEROUS TENI
Wcted a bullet from morning.der, staged on Sunay lightweight and welterweight cham- who is now domiciled here, was Bata's second Innings. Claxton TN
beat his Way Hylan ran In grand style and p p101. jubilant over his brilliant quarter- ended with an aggregate bag of An application of full strength n
beads from the goal. complished the distance In 26 The tourney will continue on mile achievement. He ran the eight wickets for 60 runs DIOXOOM promptly countercts the
eein ftred, and minutes. 0 -5 seconds 6 Saturday night, and O'Brienn Bar- quarter in 495. which smashed eollowin are the scores':- poison andgwvs. quickr.lieffroompi". Per l.
w w a Beertle Hard- L. Roberts did all -he early run. radas and Francis will clash with Bertie Thcmpson's 51.4, which has BATA-It inoel L.-... .... by a ba. l tday
.then followed by ning and carried loff the first, sec- winners of August 12 bouts in the stood as a record in B.G. for ten INVINCILE-lt Innina .. .... o101
by Moore from the ond, and thirdlIse de grand finals onlAugusi. 19 years. CATA-Ind nintlaI
Omalves held safely, out of the race after this fine bid His Excellency the Acing Gov- This is the third time Wilson S Naraynsingn g o hI ) rier 1..
t aetheSaintsr Helanterantais fine un'oeparoaea0sedondse orthe 40year.sflthner I).m Singn bw.amroopID o n
to ae the better race and won from C. Chambers ernor. the Hon'ble A. B. Wright has done the 440 yards fiat under al ly low., Ramroop l
r peny j und( whose patronage the tourney 0 seconds forth year, he h Baiy Ibw. tlroop
and far between theThe r splendidlyjudge l staged, will attend on Sat- ng returned 49.4 and 49.6 here R. Narayn in not out
& d f r e w e ra d .who cam e Second. i e n a ag d il ate d o atN .C axtonb a bomnh no ou .
This last half saw Chambers, C.. Phillips. E. Brown Pierre prved to be a very clever Phelps enlightened the DMoaeTrinl- ac a mt' T."r'P C, .__Smi _th_ "_-
man y uncomfortable Valentine of Arima, and H. King' boxer, slipping and blocking li ap- dad Guardian correspondent that .arly a CrippleCRUS
he uprights. hirty-sixrunners competed for proved style, but Francis wasWoo he was in the lead when Barlowe P. aiwart S idahars3 .
ai ndn ws aiso aitdiarsnydcon-w good for him and took a six- n and Fernandez fell in the three- c. urry b Maharaj.. .
di tnnerrgh,an washnus alsoIt was a keenly con- godfrhmadto l-round ml neclna vn o the Extras .'............. 40 With Neuritis6b
Sa wa tested race all alongdecision, mile intercolonial event for th.. 4OZ.
St. Mary's forward At the conclusion of the race, Russell O'Brien In queft of the Pepsi-Cola cuD on the first day. Total .. s AFRAID SHE WOULD HAVE TO OZ.
d opportunities n Mrs. McCarthy, wife of Mr. Garnet featherweight title, gave Thomas f It was explained that only BOWLUNO ANALYSIS GIVE IP HER WORK
f4arrled opo slt i d McCarthy. presented the prizes to Cascade, a terrific beating, d,.opped Fernandez, Phelps and Chung Ramroo w .....................After bring nearly crippled with
Al eried oflf p the successful candidates, him four times and finally knocked were in the race, and it was an F uier ........ ...... 14 neuritis, this woman was greatly
I-M UP. ow dThe presentation function took him ourt in the sixth round. all-Trinidad finish, when the B.G. M. Mhar................. is mfotrd by th rle .e o-
UP.R crowd .w.r..d.........d...d..... 0 11 2,t31ned front Kruschen. A fort- F R~
Booted a rounder, place at the residence of Mr. Me- Baaadas won by a technical crowd swarmed the field and .aiam n................ tid fom Krschcn. A fort- FERh N
boltercept but it hit Carthy, who in a short but inspir- knock-out from J. harper in tile stopped the race." .......night's treatment was sufficient to
ln gbth i sMSix records had been smashed INVINCIBIE-2nd Inmnnga: put her aol h '-feet again. And If
ra aonInegoa n speech congratulated Mr. Jake fourth roared,etM. Sooklal b C. SamPitt.
ra n meeting when g oalr W "huf r "" she keeps tip the treatments he
uprights, and in Davis on his successful effort in Harper, who substituted for S. atlhe meetinrl whemn a regret- 1Wis hulr 'r p b ar Ci, on h t the t m et, s
time Husbands bringing off the event. rendge, opened imp'essivelv table dilay of mass misbe A ahmn Naryningh Con i tied li have no further fears. he (
tIme u s All over the Island. Mr. Mc- but faded and Barradas geti haviour, describe ed byB.G.C.C.B* ,i Caxnsb Caesl n (c writs
darig sora~c Crth sad, efors bingtop won easily. President, T. B. Reed, as the C Voisi u lxtonIt Pattersarigh 1, ,, dewr______es__
lWlae daring sporadic Carthy said. efforts are being made 1Ing on top won easilyC Prsmn. lo hr ^ I. Asi'arailt run out .n.. "I was nearly R cripple with
e a r e m a li n e o n ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~na s t ie ~s t h e h a d ih e m is f o r t u n e to A a r i l u n o t ., ,n a l y a r p l e w h
dlast-minute fight to encourage youth movement, and The night's proceedings got under nastiest he had he misfortune to n Mha,o b Pa er gh neuritis in my knee and ankle id=n
lWeekeand on- the promoters of this running race way with a three-rounder betwenitness in his 25 years' experi-V hffler c S ti'n pat Its *.. After I h;d takEn I spoonful of
Wekes and Gon- the promoters of this runningrc a ihatrerudrbten ence of cyclng and athletics -- M. Mhrjnto .... ............... Krsh iatube of ot
their hooes. have started off youth in the right two Orphanage midgets. Melville ence cycl I Kruselien ii a tiimbler of hot! Olmidi[
aints' outfit played direction--the athletic field. Bennett and Sylvan Moses, who abruptly endin thl p e nmpad in ine- AIS I watter enrh o g for two weeks,
idlSe Husbands and "Whatever assistance I am called fought to a draw. the seventeenth lap of t he nne- BOWLING ANALYSIS I was able to go for a good walk
e Hsbnd ad mmil rce 0M Witnd also get, lip and downstairs
te most outstanding to give for suth a movement I shall Mr. McLean thanked Mr. J. M. mile race ndez won two I... i l vup and dhwnstasrs] iven S
lie-up, always psp:mise to do my best," Mr. Do':glss. trainer of the Orphanage Mikey Fernandez o Nraynh ....... quile ily. lis ha iven me W
refereed. McCarthy said. boys for getting together such a races. C. sampat ...... .... -.. 2 IS I at comfort, as I am a widow,
e the teams:-- Mr. J. Douglas in a short, speech brilliant team of boxers, who he Trinidad relay t eam which won W Paeri gh ............... 2 2 workn lon hcurs, and was af.ld
Hart: D. Husbands thanked Mrs. McCarthy for pre- thought wmre very highly trained he event were Bailey, Lewis, K. airoo .......................t a it 9 nork" ton ghofruce
rt D. Husbands, thanked Mrs.s McCarthy for pr- ta Wilon and Harding. 1) .ing .......... 2 0 7 i I wouli have to give it up. I can-1
C. Weeks. C. Taitt sensing the prizes and Mr. Me- or the occasion. riot speak too highly of Kruschen
Moore, B. Thompsn Carthy for allowing the presenta- ,.0 Wilfred Tull broke the half- Salts'IMrs J N.
mile record doing the distance Sunday Soccer In Arima
Harding and tion of prizes to take place at his TABLE TENNIS TONIGHT i 2 minute flat to beat H. Sosa's Soccer Neuritis, like rheumatism. lum-.
residence. The powerful Strollers five will be 2 mi. 5 'Gonds. while Ramjohn "Io Start August 27 bago ,rnu lsciatica, is caused by de-,
J. Gonsalves: 0. He stated that as a teacher at at home to the Chetniks in a Won the three-mile in easy Sunday competition football wi posits of rciedle-pointed. flint-hard. i
'Weekes: R. Diffen- the Belmont Orphanage he was in- friendly table tennis match at the Iashioni be resunmed i East rinidd u ancr(' ad cytls, which pIerce thelb
trke, J. Woodley; W. deed proud to see two Orphanage St. John'& Hall aI 8 o'clock to- August 27. the date fixed for tile pains. Kruscten breaks up these
Waneburgh. Joseph, Bovs winning prizes in this event, night. TODAY'S GAMES start of the Pope-Khan troh pais Kruschen braks up these
SJ. Innocent. The winners were: 1-K. Hylan; Chetnlksteam will be Majld Ibra- G o t h n tphy deposits ,nd converts thrm Into a
2-C. Chambers: 3- C. Philips: 4--- him (capt.) Persaud Rampersad. Two intermediate matches will tournament. This competition is harmless solution, which is prompt-
r.LE R -Brown: 5- Valentine (Arima), Hamlyn Aka!, Yarseen All and be contested on the Savannah oprn to clubs i the area between l removed through the natural
6o- s o -H. King; 7 A. Jobes; 8--T. Noble Sarkar. this afternoon. San Juan and Sangre Grande, both ,hiipel the kidneys..- (Advt.)
old second Place on Peters: 9-A. Layne (2nd Battalion Strollers atl select from V. They are:-- districts inclusive. .
lirt league table with Tdad Volunteer); Consolation John (capt. i, C. Butcher, R. Shamrock v Notre Dame on the Entries to thg tourney close on
f| our games next to Prite A. Jules tBelmoint Orphan- Scwerby. R. Keane, R. Collins and new ground. August 19. and clubss desirous of N
who have scored age). N. Alnandoz. Referee: Mr. Harold Arhong. taking part, must communicate ONE
s row, six points. Lap Prizes 1st. 2nd, and 3rd were ..-- Sporting Club v Casuals on the with Mr. Placlde Mendex. of the
.owts A won by L. Roberts. United States Nav" Net Depot second class ground. Public Works Department Office,
I P W L D F A ta Time: 25 mi. 4-5 sec. will oppose the native civilian em- Referee: Mr. G. Johnson. Arima.
300 ,06. Officials: Patrons: Lieut. Cummrd. ployees this evening at the ware-
r, 3 0 0 11 0 Chas. Hayward and Mr. Nelson house ----re__ the- te__s_ __-- ======_
4 2 1 1 2 4 5 letancourt. Following are the? teams: .---.- -
[,3 1 0 2 10 6 4 Starter: Mr. Nelson Betancourt. i U.S.N. NET DEPOT: E. E. KssiIr, K T I T O U
S3 2 1 0 3 3 4 Judges: Mr B. Dufont, Mr. B. Lieut. C M. Walter, R. Diano, S. KN T HUS j
3 1 1 1 5 3 3 %dams, Mr. F. Ince, Mr. D. Webb. Valenti, F. Laganza; reserves: C,
424 1 0 12 5 3 53 Mr. E. M. Le'ge, and Mr. p. Melidio, M. Leaf. MARAVAL, TRINIDAD, B.W.I. H 0 1
i.f. 4 0 2 2 3 5 2 1 Ddi NATIVE CIVILIANS: V. Jordan. [I
3p 0 2 1 1 7 p -scorers: Mr. Geo. Baker and A. Faltine, C. Leiba, A. Cuthbert. ---
,___0__ 0_1__ 0 Mr. C. Aleon.F,, F Chapman.
Time-keeper: Mr. E. Guerra.
Srant-(Chinese 36 entered. Cyclists interfered .illiilllninilulllllllllliII lli i i uiiilllllllll.llI'
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11 game against AND ALL KINDS OF
t leFootball Club to Commandos Today E DO OTHY 58 Frederick St
Casuals ground today: ClEMETERY opMOU
B. Nieves, S, da Sil- Colourful Leaseholds will oppose i (Pea reamount Se)
L. A. Jenvey. A. N. Commandos in a S.A.F.A. first MONUMENTS
tante, T. O'Brien. leaguer at Skinner Park today. IEour skin xeeds tis
Almandos (Capt.); Leaseholds received a 7-1 drub-
reserve, De Verteull. bing at the hands of the youthful APPLY FILM STAR
Athletic football Sheffield on Saturday and will go Apply FILS STAu Rea144
repreent by C. Allitun all out to atone that defeat. MODE RN a' S IG Sbat tet'n
R. 8him, Lee To cate Commandos have not yet 5 17 CHACON ST. (Utitairs) g Every convenience and comfort for the permanent There may be a temporary short-
t. V. Shim, S. Lee, secured a single point, but In their h 0 o *e resident or the temporary guest. ge but with a little care you can
Chy, H. Kam Chin, last mt s they have showngreat For Reservations apply Manageres. t'Phone 323. make the Lux Toilet Soap you
Sdetermination.-----lI--III-illllHIlllllllllllllllllll llllllll|||||h II get last longer. It is wasteful to
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a' announce with pleasure 95 HENRY STREET, A 1EK2K AGAIN I | Famous film stars keep their
I J I E FRIDAY ISTH AUGUST, 1944 bulld skin youthfully smooth with Lum s
my appointment as ex- Al 1.30 P.M. TUOPKAL r buid a new 5 Toilet Soap. It's worth a little
G E T rebuild a nowTI extra care to retain this treatieag
elusive agent for Trini- fairr. i 'a Be UGHTIN..n.for y s .
dad ond Tobago for Instructed by 'Mrs. M. Maynard We bai a Um a qtlaity
sale ~~~~~who is leaving the Colony, I will o a atils
household furniture:- seeyMot or t OILE
m FOR BOOTS AND SHOES the world-famous wh slavin te oloy wl nw 3a1*eaLea )(/^ |L P'
sellbyucto the^ fooi ngS Sta dard M tr I ro iLET 4?
RUDGE- 2Large CedarWardrobes;ICrap. Age" ey SOAP
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FLOORS AND FURNITURE W HITW ORTH ~ ~~~~Bed with Spring, and 1 Fibre Mat- dlIIgllmll~l~ll~ml~llllM mqmm mm -
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FLOORS AND FURNITURE Wash Sets: 1-ft. Sins,. Tall Post
BICY LES Cedar Linen Presses; 1 Crap.
Bureaux with Mirror; l-4ft. Wash l.
'Rritin's R t iccle' Stand with Tiles and Imported
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TBrass Bell; 1 Biscuit Jar; 1 Mahog-
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ib,1 Chiffonierre: 2 Bentwood Chairs;h
^ ffe ~strictions are removed, I 6 D1.ning Chairs; 3 Meat Safes:; 6
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.. tnLd on supply requirements tension Dining Table; 1 Small Din-
rue n Ing Table; 1 Kitchen Table: 2 ( ITI---ES I D A '
J*E'. Kirton, Ltd., 2 Broadway, Port-of-Spain I small Desks; 1 ohlna Tea Set: fl~ i I Alme.,iri ki ,.i
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ho" a saw pniats.inhsy.aArg. AL M&S "=""""AND LADIs" BofandWihNway Au.AoNgYa.YIA,1M Roparle;mohe f r.Saso nd ND,5

be m bellUl held~l RIACKET IIRRINOING W W Talttt" 151lW 8S 51 s SnFrad 1g~ aeae aom, on Sunday. August 13, 1944. ]Fun.
OrMI Sus iwee tlee ei hel O your RLIINOF]~l OhIT~It yertr RIEFIIGERATORI and1 BOTTLE'u COOL-[* IWO IPROPERl123I--8-A Isad isa Ot. IHEl~ IPUBLI[C 1 horeby notlild .that | eral tolk place on Monday, August 14. RETAIL
the dar y after eacelt, ne h o I n h eO enlarIged to nK you Any condittoN. Rlgeet ric. a. Con- .RI. eacallent condition. kckei. 0 Maotue VIincet Street, Ia Freaso. Aply Or. a.m o loogr under tlb cr.e. and pro. T OMAS-ir).t St Codlem u Thoas Mia oi.
*B t hd Ur day l(tlr celatuu. photo~n to i i-B d to iiiyv dlired *l..., ltt J. N. MoalQUql. M COl Btre. ;1qu~a. Telephone 4S4e.-AuI. 24. V|Illn.-Aug. la. 5.tltn of my busben d BrlKarea 3am. Top I-) at her rest c. ahrlrff and f M
The l ow rtes for Clas=l40ed pinIn or senlournd. We guarantee all facial I nMFernRndos--Aug.d1r ,"ot-, p1
oRDI.l models. In good r pINE rKEEMOID PARCEL of level kewoon, sad 1 do ot hold mylt re% viing Street. TunpawnaD mother M a so tow
!lp tl reirod esdl n orgnlaOl, WO l e or. t.lTn e are n ew r candU to n. Ecke adw. T.c lephAoe 4lL. iad at No en. C O Rod Diego Mar. poBIbie tor s debt M d1bts olt te d $oeph Thomas (be tti r known as soBi-n
iU t "I tkI lt I ;pleaivel t e'sa nial process ly hiNhly s o d Conc. MI. Au. t in. One mile i f r RmF our H d. u e by r' h vlbA in left hi home Inc U Topli. Funeral todaI at .30 frm on t h
me ANODm im lRood.-A g EI T O. 1 L, f oo ,re Appe y iu Islo or hOll" Io1 WJ oC.04_,,onI

ll hMoOklseingl s Ixpena TTerm, hand drawing.+ No fadflng. Bat lift fuor >Btanley, Dw Villag. OOtiU fl ut Sot. O pne.i ) HRF rOERATO.I acre very suitable forS ou iee on.ate 1rf4. abuemildre to. 1 St. CharlesR.C. Church. w Don't WaZt Uo
i e um cu Avaufc ot publi. any occalson. For further detail. ippiy; --r .l -MNdt, B-daNyo
Is asrpinet. ga| 14 High PiSrton of a.I
dral l Is apply. itAny rslti~oslft erN& wlil chond IdoVR Ag.I. PVR.d* Ames ar(retire ediensherofEaetr

Emergency announcements of 1MODIEEN IGl NS, 11 Chacon street tup- [ TMMEE ..aaE' I .I CARRIER BICYCLE. t.Phlao 412.--Aug IC Boy us'l le il n M1ol L oe Govtt e rumant~ f Sho oldte moher of E llnl I
| oy~E, will be accepted by telephone staietl 'Phone 0203.--Aug. 2I0lect, R'.ooster. TO e lRono 5 .-Au1. "K:ELVNATOWD ALEDEAIOHRATOR. 0% by Rafael Bertldlo. 10 Benr Sreet. "-A 16. s
prodded payment i made the HIRT,. PJA A made to ilyA .cubic feet, cellent condition. O port el ih oes twi.--Aug. 1. .UPUBICisherebyn d t ra t ,IDiego rre d athaneI
day. Emergleny7 sunouncementi mient for sse~rl~'t~Y. fou could brmig your U'BED SFTAMPS BOUGHT. Used Booka 'on 220 Dlrect Currnt. Eckel, 519 Marlnol MgR oi)iL PitOPEtRiT.Y No. 51 Reid am no longer under the care and pro- Erie t Jamse, TR.., and Honorary--t_
be. Insee by,. giin t+, o any * n"n'terna to .Godaclamuld. 43 Park and Mag,"ne Bought Arcade Book-tali. ,qar.0. Telephone ,t.,--.u I. Lane -. el ont Ofer .,,s wnto o B. ,ecioaa of. my .husbnd, Edgehii Julo., .c...r T.A.e.. uIta a." "' J p'., G V
Oft m l Ithtl pity o r intrtrr i+ t 10 5 Fredrlck Strt.-tAu 25. ZK1TH RADIO. 0 Tuh. Rl 1. m;W-Nm*tT o., o tr Po-o. ter m I rpo lb .or y debt or rom hr te ridnc W rd Btroug. H a
Se In lrhrlls or BU AN BR KI. t. Vi- CTR M" PUM. Bl" A I.p painl-Au. 1. *dbts which h my contr. EA R P T DeTdrt artl unapunte to the Good Shphrd Church A we
Kal nr t.W bgto otr thir oicee tlt Vally-Aug. 15. 2 a B ATER SPORTS D OTO with ta MON DRe ll. CASCADE. Leayeol. CAROLI ON, O nd thence to the Tu'apunr Cemetery. I ofdg
eat In addition to tie o to iaatmuficturtra nd Shlppers Is iheta A DONKEY WITH CART or donkey numerable apart perts. SplondId condl- All ite Clhepeide leisd. 'ibree sites -Aag. 13. San Frernando. lrends are kindly tsked to accept thil t h* llMr
rI preDentatlve In the Ilibnd o( 5S. Vin- alone. Apply P. Henry, 31 Charlotte tin with 5 very good heavy duty tyreu. WeYtcnepe now avaibhle; uittable tor 'rTt. PUBLIC 1 hereby notfiled that I .im,, ilon. Chemh
nr --cent, B.W l, -Oct Blrtt.-Au. 1. OoBd for 2-3 y1eaL. serlc. Cash, Any hoi-. Uther rulednUal ites 3n Idlewild, am not reponsIble lor any debt or dObO f THOMAm.--erm. Evangellna i .. Thomas Ir
SS YIJn PRINCEI TOWN FUNER*I, AENCTY ONE METAL. FOLDING CASERA TRI- reasonable offer under (1,000 accepted. Waving ttree' and RIlclmona *ltrrece. contracted by my wife, PBilomen Cyrill. (9l of Franci 8treet, Ste. Madeledne VII-
Iliga Sttrett Henry Saunders, Proprietor. PD. "Phone S7.-1 Aug. 19. 'Pone 123.- Aug. 16. Apply MIlnthth. Kalglhtubradg Joad. ,lo navling left my Sare and protection on Ig l at 4.3s0 p.m. ys terday, wife of mI vld s_ _-_ i-_
supplles lateet mrndte filntral cOsches, l.IIIHT W1CIGHT EXPANDING SUIT __*ONDOPPORTUNITY_ Ca.cad..-Bl t. November 11, 19m3. Nathaniel Thomas iNw York: mother o- -
Ut" 53l tlUU* I5Ia} mourners' car. refriterlInr. cofflln. icr. CASE. Boa 1N>. B-ll *'Guardla."- established bue-n eas-I O t Mt elnl -Aug. 15. ls e ,onuge. Inrknn grandmother of Coeo andother e
N I Hsa mr o uO.n atte ndalnep Saifc n gR I. S ail. (Very ctral locally). Aerated rhe. PUBLIC 1I he9eby noted I m Douglai. ula unera odl y t 4.o0 p.m0 p m.
in~in peefeely e- ttted-Sep gmournln,t .Cen~'
41s S _______ TilE AttDftF.Y -1Ot'i~t NtIRSINUI I ter ?'cuory wi11th modern ancl nelrlIy. no lunoier tinder toe c tle. and protection Cru rh thoue nof to S I.Crm n' Cleamet aelH.
a.A O nd .-t S. -- Buao M. R bopr h and Grocryt nrl Trelanl: for sy debts ontrFcted oy IntiRation.
h. I v ^11tooplarie mohra Dr. Sa moa- er
hadvrstellg at. rid bicy le, leep I et sadf-e ndsAKET of M MraCIN 60"ar, hereby l Iow l 'oodbrook Ia dsrus ofIS o en *-rueid Eeticlgt. '1An utrblng Firugn.tad. 14 hv Cort h ome asince0,OnSndy July1, 94.]o

.IAt~m ..,a A mtlCE*^ l,e r- ,.+ ,.'l ....... ........, .I"K' ..^l. fr , rio '.o.--,o .-, > . M~ .oru^~ ^ ^ ..-Ol/ BaiESPOE T.tr l. ; +BI. hriby no,18 ,h: t 1 f O LATE TO CLASml-l *"---"--,
piref! err o ed. p be a te y U Fr 1 p* notf edt athr Beuy 1bp sr-ihnagfralre oueI odl-Iotbysemri a n oo u-U&it'ott ortr.P W 14 ____________________
toomi R an O-.Oi..i USINdSPOPETY.'tIM PlUBLIC If hereby notified that I O100tok laTe TonMndy.Augst 14. for y

ASN+TENANCE 'om; --It. -A, .. it asliOn Sit. for smailler or same s|ted 'stay at ills Edlnborough Hums Hostc. 1+273.---ept, 12l. tg 5
ilM i ol|ad. Apply, Ktlin lt ull per- PEN AND PENI EN GRA.. VING] Gid"1 lotte anywhere eleA. Apply to the abuelpuulois 'ccoromoilatlo... firs class >ul- *Oo Mod- *P "" "'*'O" le e f
o to BOa BlA, nllIn.-A i. s or sl*veP r dons by V lE.i. Bt Fre..icn g ,your e or Cyril Ibe Brun. Meat Vendor, ine, excellent can-bathing. Caeble ManagTr Vn c en dnct ." n ew 13,,no. Two-. 0otorey lo n of my t .lni, J Ui ....o..r do H S.T r Toa (I
TEu D- NA.NtNT for chllh aged 4 t et'-;A';i'" 21 *iNe Th en lr.. Marklet.-Aug. Il for reservation pdept. in9 a B mnia rsrFINtEo, 10 Mucurto .treet. l iold ylvtl ripjn ibl elr u &,y tlebl i .I. i LOST re T U R
aDaI M atd Apply Evenitnu Akoi sae your agX. ; w .t..u n .d w llO Vlt M.aca 12 miles from Port-uf. Home from Home_. Bes aitommod .tlon, Mo ot San lernando ltrelt.-Aug. MARy BOODA 1.!lAug. 2M. A )l
i SaddlesRwadr-Aug. 15 arrang e for It to e delivered at.. UoIdEstterMass
RAL SRVN1Mi t sleep Rn: IS Rwi' U m po rt an d 'ort. n o Apply 6 Fltzgerald Lane. 'Phone tdesi bathlng Rates p0 I111 . "2.0 rn. 7 B T McSHANE T'RRACn and ewo -1Aug. 1MM. U -A
oMelr eae tMaei t el-ep I- t t, p ,tnl y h g y rt n overi r on tt-Au. 17. ively proprtree. t. Lawr e. C hrs po on. our ho St PUBLIC I hereby noifd th 1 1AND FO SALE
Vith good referen-sa nee. sltply to Co. It ChaCon. 'Phone 4505--Aug 19 HOUMS TO RENT furnished for 'four ictu"c, r .&rarbBdol.--Aig 14. tei o en De .our'l *pee t e0 seT" amAno lonsgr unoer toe care end proiec-I ABOUT HALF-ACRI on Plymouth Main & ffp *
'.|Bi5 ue.rn Mainn Raed.--Aug. 1 i OVAl. COI FEE FACT IR ., 5.. ft. TSU n rom September or un-irnshed obet RI-IEST AND 'LAI ..N EQUIA! n Street. tonof my. i5. A op D oro. sm ut rfin fr om. Plymo.AIt a
tI. o mltENCE oENERA. ERoVANT wifselT e. u a 14tf T 3 f tragre Ro. 'one 36. mont
M1 E VA NT Apply 17 Dow 111,94 0AU0 IT. Seoul AOne 2. Ill, couR> RG AT.u.f 2 ace vr si esC Apply to B. tus Bonnelt, Scar a t di _
Bt W IT 'Ap yiinM. r el. oIM era areS n prompt aitt lon. un.00 f nit delivered alter 4 months, from M ur. y Ci~ ribeet l.s. ,Wo ltht tt, M d Car .t)unao n8e I r. A ttraim tle con trct ed by rhi for y e I + . AND BOAROIN F 4N F1
a, tAeN7.O o nl e .xnp.e r 21... -, h k orr .-tculara to 72 Du"l Due or 'Phott and mldrn Ralt: an. S .ly St.._ ..+ !t n n Porcay 3 Bed Al, TIN PUKIf, 12 ACRES LAND, Santa erc, r 2d, il ee
-.---ltm erl nll y SoBORtden -VIC iHAlES ING (l r t -l Aug 2 12. Vincent G Mrdad inne --Feb. noa. r- etc Annae tlun. Porch 1,,. 3rBed- LA A D E from PSan Juan, in cocoa, ton al beans,
UI D<. 8*rk IN b D-12~ experienced skilpwrlrhi an Besoty Sln for ldi-dv;. tng ;oe r ty odl(ply er n,; mite ReW frDfooMdm Unuriael EAiE rI~,uOR T LAMBEAU Tobago. muoA.t sic. 4 ireehoid. t Pu e: nortuhju Pot~~~cr +udy rie h t--Aug. 15.
is advaA rr b re rln Mpy 4li tresa- :yortinpd c. toe unn urdit'heo- u.0I <;iN l. ,, ,n itl nohlrent-.nl dvaanddr Trsslto ASi ahugrle, ue. 'l .rn es I er. paurc h.
'K App l .. .. Henry.< 2" hr soulr appo itmen t s 5or1 Aoc tu i a --"i ,House i C g l 4 bedroom. .. ..i l g. tRT o f c Brree. Fre aon. ofner1 lMPo W1ee Abn.Ted ANNIOt UnC fe in wb.throulh ..... 321, 36 Frederic
I. EVNK OiT.1Ae 7D til AIug.. S.._ Po ni e 12T 'P ) 5. ApplyC Box A-RB4. Guar. OO. UIApNpl good .at. gs g.oa eaa st corner of a unction og Richmond ann d plea, ure in nucig tha t they have
51-ug souncemn t M IOD tERN SIGNS.P7LE hA c SN t reet %up- C. 14 High Streeign Aug 21 Phone 2 Ma r will9. 'wll be openJed to the publiM Sa from OM ADA iNo
bel at94-c.2tr Ro osterTistplsU rn ug eoRFIMMEDIATE PIG AO 3ON. aatrong r0&- Monday til1 17t July, 19S4. rhe Points- 2 DOUBLE ROOMS. American nd INs
,p~m. A ply Valleton Gardens. 'nedilie itellPry for: Cruwn C',rk: bottle In good cocaity. Affat. 'Phoe 49 ao, saus fr ae 23 al. locdCnrt ugiv tCsai,4 sPer anr evc, 4 onsa uoeraonly. Board opt.d fo. it: onal| +. CANi
2 al ismrm r n sott 'trS PaJA Sr M t ric Aug relr ac-2 US TA S G ET. U dlB aenere Ma tIe w. 26uic fee Wtarren St rt t to n.rperllates iom L ti b o aar t a nd., a-Pierre RoLaud Ir I er by notelfred that I Cer. eRrobye S t (e. P honerk op3 .Iu 20a .
Au ^,ld^ TWO N;AVAl. O 'C .rins ', ,r^' r wtnel+ T^ Nr.*, e a A.eeet Dant. Per R ^ t^one Polnt. -Pter R be o -BtIeet. DPIby 3 t.- A. tf
URIEN ED COOK also Nurse. 42 Ait'ld, E~seen'es and (clar .... i t;ie tot~es 'ciiio tsin 0a sml r q-c ttrii floilsel.16 Trinidad~bdl utc Aug. 15te~b 6W renSre Al outer- wills constructed of blue lime, and Chacob Streeti, Ban Fernando. Please.. ..
Le,,b orii+o N

S treet -Aug 16. C' t Sloth Qua y i'Ph'ne 450t~ -Act. 2t ..... fla ..d.i. olh ytihtoI tTNC~'1 US OS, Br aoe uui agi. Eukel. 'no"eponehHed Offic:OPoYnt-a-PiereE325HWANTEDTOBREN
l -N" m i oePr o.A K Stree. Ii.1 alfenetiltC rer e ired. trlfihaE 50 c tl r S *treet,. uthin u UR. 1 e 9Kr- N Auu 16. -ou.ePLENDJD MEDIUM SIZE FREEHOLD1 2. 3 er re Rr nH sorok A

[- --- - ------ |..".,, & t 6 0 rl.,~ ......... .. ... Il ,> 'i ~ *l -- 1 !N ).Aut 1 > H A .I, M Dunnoroom e, lere W oBT f P ; Ii h r hv nH l h l ID M 8 THbrO.kR K j N
I Abti u -r l -N m A Ar .fr the -- -. p." Building Site at ravsin will groodi view. TiHlE PUBLIC is hereby notified that I Nev, town, S+. Clair. ti.utd reward. Apply*
k .elthK R.InG A IrS n't ,, fo r the --Au 30'. _I.ORA_.-__.. .. .. ...- Cool. Particulars. Etel, lPhone 8123.-- am no longer under the care anti protec- Buoy. -122, c-o "'Guardian.'- tuA. 3,
lveopm ,n t t n -I the Wit.tl- for t.c R lO s R nt r tith c Ire n q y ...O...AND.B.A D Aligt. l1J. than of my hmy hu1ranc Adaems, and .0r e
end WelfatA Cu, ii- ,ili- ,f l tt scu l i itren BE+ST PRICE IS SOUGHT for that vI]u- I do no T hoid myself responaliie r soly bnw
),&por.k n, y n or ABuI. t en. i tenorr .A rlfl lADE, ,"I.C t W ut IMER.HA.ND1E ROA^. i AND LODGING, ptres1r localIty, able corner property a5 Arpitepnt Aven ue d t l contracted by him, having left has PERSONAL NOTICES g-
lnidSo ]Airo rlale ut oreAttlltolMessrt .l- 7cewes hodo-LA I A A M.0an otI .rspns tbl>fo9anrdbt rdbt
I Preyto ta enrginteeritit{ e ktperce l 'e I fr tint utrlff ith ,e rh0 Iteryr ,titc ,Pc e A 41 ) U M ISC E ila N U S~~l l FO R L :A LE tAl t a r co r ira i fu t lh d to e Am u ca ar bole t rito M era 17 M i ll el. yL R 1 A AS. -Aa.m9 c n ot rac edn bye may w ie.t Aora dh e btas
ml Sa ber dxp>r tuc tL P 2ltl Alt>l ble rh.t ho me.l.s. u on or lent (treel ot-RInEAu 26. T,1 P i| hereby ti that 1 n eeft my J n rc t l e Mot o r lwOi f
;rakd after shore prc c.o.aic On three tc.eiirs. 1 l Iorm.,ie! i ice it.sntoil-rus. RO A EW ITR, 2 Pott "ngti fie d t ha t I g leftpl y care aid prouteci Dainc
rsa r contra(tt e t eai.l" ri.ci> I II,.. i. I, c-. e e.. ir, li trtt, c IIetlhccI that the. ct.. 1 l'rielde, 2 Cycles .' 00. D)ati t- t<. lvvr bu'hcl P a c, l-ladies Eiiropelrsn or O 'tLRD A i+,Ry C. BARATARIA. two e m ItO filter responsiblee or my wite, Augut. 12, 1944. <^
: dlhttc, tee leit .It'eg, c.n ed. ....... al Ii' .... in ch.c. .. | ...i tter c...l.c inc. Machi.ni s, Pirr.li, G nde. Cho ...ie... A..ii.ic...-ecte cecrik H e l hi ihltr+it. thirty c li ota .. .. py lot at corner for business Olive Jean Pierre, and I do it hold mil -OOS
SIr lltlat saary. i.eed in 5ciitv. lilitI f tr n e, us erteec '" I th t t 1e ,iur e oil inn o Machtne. 4 PortnblS ucla iron troltey 'uses -rivste nome, also 1:2 k'uct)erta Street, Wondbrik. .Large self responalbI for Int debt or debts oi- AI O I N --Au, 2. Prr Tow
(I4 vrteluttl +'-- Aei( 16. 'tsteteteeeue c;7 ,c, icr c uLee etc,,,, thai, th'irot A U g.CO t ay' Fciahilngit)A ]l ( \H+i I )(I< o t. lulma, flol a l. --5ED ARD, '1 i. LoiMidpoeto InceA FebrAry 23. 1de4t. am n ongerracedli rby PyIhrin es Tw. S
LAUNDIIESS. Ti, et'i on pttemleaes 5 l~r'H+u re eth Ts.te+eccu t+c vi St 2 I itlAiQuECO.r'ry10s itcrof tit.tttotiicl ODlo, fI gils Oimahaooma.-Ag.16 MCHfLt Amy h14. dlt cntaced bydy f. h oes
u., res --Ai I. yil'tl A +, U. ... T.* H l). ath ....tea. f Ai. ... cI c A UU day AgsetIr Aigt 1,ltC

. f....r... ... i.... i .t lbia lcl e e' .k street 4 3tc k, a ict.lBlcacnisit Conrs, n.d 1 tritinth motelie tel Pl ey sbJiciclca Al g. Il te o Als I' 9 4l
fort edN bANn t a_- Ii tt S e) ctW vScit OcIa ereder ikts. App 2 u c9 Mi-ely | l hu' i ll bl-sung(.HAlo.I,' 4P Iiunon S9 ld S A--rn Alce n ai U g. d 19.e D MAS O t ree,
e x Otg* i toi ii h.C ecityoreon t~ Hry OPVn-IHACT IC 30T R U P.DI R ul Ia

POi I ttroN Kinsto ......... . .ti. ,re ti A 1 ll i Bte oat fr.- Au. 1. un a Savann al.FO SA TE AERU hereby nt edt l I _A 0e
cTS HK- f~~el~i n ar r~ RBthe eon. 1' "."-,l;' ul el O ""*^ B'O IO ,^ atarr ll spari n. B un Iun Vec) .debt.sO l w hy mich l ah e m a ny co n transdad Tunspumna^ to the God Shper huc

JU O Ct t c whalree2iBEA Tiirl ucrc rieR S R DE Irioen autht aoarTO t SIXTEEN ACRF AD. Pu.nl ,ck Road aIm not .re apnsibe for any debt or debtsHNi.2.- M a
lerk r enri, a+t, eal veoenL lc Itt L tC A vti'W TIIt:S- New Lumber |Ix Is1i +) 'P~etic Me: n .eicuflaiouilc fl21.-Sept. 2. hole tilet. Snailts. Cocoa.. Cocoa House. ciutl-traetei o' my wife,, ucy Seifert. shel MISCELLANEOUS SAE 'SE L CT
9 O B a NItbe offe r athei c P servicesit rVll l-Aug 1lec5 b th tO t 1 ,, Btrn an do dging. In AMOiON a;lte CA nghLa inegithe One Co ndh e tns erTe te r.O
tot o additi>;nu t ,te toll to1 krers an d Shippers as theirI A KInto WITH CART or donkey numerable @part partsn. Splendi Ho. Alltsiltey 20hpst C or- l g T site.LAND, 1n.05 Rollrcte. .- Aug. 19. .a Sernandome,. Voiho m are kin deter. lApp B ox -Ga r-s
Bo hl it s i u i i- l 't I lU e i Cell g o DI S c Hc 1 M 'The (' rt.eeti- t : -, .e,, .<* .O* 416| m r one A ui I N cu S tcitl ne hibut2'Aan. 22 C rv -itt 11 ner ao__--_l_ i_ --T *|I| |F|Ut|t r|nern ondon. e r A ug.er, 1OaneI
CtLERE thu '>ic( in tit. H, - -,ey'' I5 ,' I 1" th.c ittl A 'a a ieiie y tPOiTlN-u (pHMu ai neL) rn t hel 63:1 A ib t 1P. buitni,-Ult up o antl on ati La ble; v ,ib- M ratoti. OEanE PU PnO Uen IICT t h e nItfe h t. s Oil Ean n
PEia tta l.-'"t l, V I. i' ,n c t OtN .l I N_ cnOt INQ i t CNlrt.-Au E. 2 2 Go oidflr-2 curey e 'OMM tA N t i n .Ash, nor. '-hoe A11L4 Cr A TCHO. crsl.o t PUBLe thn fUM ore FaNrm HousneleL l Tophoml W tr A
tlCKl '*;. 1~rf>, To. tPR. I NCES TOWNLH A I rOUS1rM, i A GEC Y' Ig- CO WNE E A FO LDING CARhonlt TR- rela sonable afte ,, B 1,cotrindera$1.00 ac-1 K >'weVincg StreettAn Ricmon '510fr ice c o ontrc ed ym i t re P hiblore Cra noil, (621^ B ^^ ^ ^ ^ ofnA mnci stee. t. adlindVI

,.,'.",,. .,,,+: ,less loan en.. thousa.nd oul,.rs. Appl', TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Supply. Pumpe byc Lere.0 a,nti Howl of~
Hich Street. HenrivSauneers.'.- r.e c 'Phone lute-,1ut''Phone.8r2.-,Aug.I -MA it .6.-Applytu.. ee n",,- ira.A.gar",,tledfttt. 'amycwt, M t -A--.15.Basseferre Mortise. I uet 14 hour against 71.ale oandcaivbee ntes

rfB. I" n. h ?',,+ ;,t S,~ u. :......... .~~... ~ K s'o w~i al L-< ....... v tuurn ....ce., ol e ol r d Clth o ur.* ... iiI | {(O ,O R, -ug. mv.t. o|r lorr agI im l T.iat, ho(d Thibean tiltedr noo1_odmy K r_ __^^ ^^ ^ H*K H BI U
|lW^ itut ,lm, f.. i' tt F+t .t .1+.1 I, ,,i. I (I,'r T; ceOil A tlry tluni let>u ,cit 4 Srti II JO l inlec lel BUN'A MLuOrWcy Htitett Aug< r,+, il 3. LO TIS lAND adjoinln t i. Josephl ENTERTAINMENTS to give 300 lbs. pressure driven by half
MImIlit-IO. e x ucrtle-es t'tc 1 I' "tl-.ft A ce 'uuPlH r etC ra ,ft.i e, N,0 ier c t. 1n 1 &Ae.r iB t illc lo lth AdOle Ili I UItN[Itu,, .iitJOM. i, rvate entrance. Vihlge, Sail eruando, burdenin pro-| FOR PARTIE WEDDINGS, contact HP., Johnson Iron Hose 2abr engt MyO tor M otor tC-
neitoto I iis p oe, t- to- inteed Ca let rli ,.-.lptLtA t1lsi t fe l i c lri ,ulrc e .cavtrii 1 eu cl I centra l loc ality) Aeracd i P L I C Ind; liRy notified A Rm oT. $F nrd -Aig 1 3 pm
hegher, Tluucckeel er.t iS: E-l c K r. c l~r Lr I C it t t -te~le~l II :t cree l CI, -:+ I l.AltetE MET Al. LA't Ii vv\ch all 25 BItielc Pctc'tIC Sir'et. Aug 270 poso new nuahn toad to Port-or-,lpain. [Cyril Jones' sw~ng Triplets PlIano, 555o.- Apply Steve tbennett. Southern Dairy.0 {
teeter, I it'e ('nl e i,,+ e n. I let s tiee St r .c hIe e e u man he tecndo. A'SNTED itOul muterE t c I RE leer tea T, P tW& B tUist hrihLttc toppu te 6 ,40. Al Cro. 'Phone phone.Dtto-.ethl.n

slpmy 10t) Cli;, h C.iti ;, uii, lCet I o y -. --t-- A- --- ceY a% j ^ \ 1^ltnU l, Ir~lH P Weacrtbl t4et-t iKeleu te, ecc utlue.I-cann pcelit.c caacei, poerc brcd Ilecarig *ANKAR, lull^^ ^^ ^^ ^ Huele 8e. t'OUlii1 rie.*I7 --AIi i.-5I! Spt 4 t Crs 0
rpliaruof i tlvii: 5!-C C c, c; +,, ltc + tat'tet~l+*ee l.l11 pis 3+' t | Leert. $chteIne 4 .u--Aicr phinui--At 4.1I2. ,ceme terspt. 1c.eI -- ____M____
+ riOffice C. .C E & orT A-,eadr...... 1r D. o i "I'YPEWR ITE.S, letaucit td. Ir natfe1ind Ba)AlatvkN(l AN ii l eiJ tNu,. Bathelors [ PUBLIC NOTi OC -IS
log t.c11 a 2or tC.A--A,,LA 1. I .. .. ..". l' f, Pr Navt l SaOn. preel uty Alcit taehy Mrs k!t anl- [CHIROPODY ,on Couile Streel, a i gt Fernand. 'Pbune AGENCY ANNOUNCEMe NTS followig le0,rPe*rqn o IC b omesti under Ill'
I aaS~~ USI I 2'l J + ST.(o' PIANO. l')a Mennthurat Itle+ -Ato 22 imiaof.d 'se7BatsMai
a YR D *1 a n omOM l M.ORTABLE INGL t M a0 R. I'AI.AARiv a l o e a.. n. -r o 1 sog deal,,, I
Intllient rie icyleslep n etis ndfre~nds.of Mrs.dhnariee by hanging for alOargr osein godt- tutb tamrt- iiy n on Gv 1

boy preferred. Apppe crtn.AIlyp. kn, -a1e q width mesla. Aut. 1Htlr hednuhIISS A ND ESTATo t GaIge T Tdese gentlm en ar as-"ed toed theI

l[rDr >;<;1* ir inn ,*U,;!.JI ctIoWi Cmiilneni, MA,+Oti lkar, so ke Cr bw oU earto loKBEsn ,at .:." "" i, I "T i.MuRN+sOk lWl BU NG L T OW. |rlma."*, OOedt N 9 loI I, r ed y Isret Sreeet.rt. ARyoDu ? r ec--Au1g. I deolightLD bungalow, hn. A'P n 914.- Larg ue mnl Place. PrIoce s t. hone 1ig nhed: I
U I$IEN COOP, 1S tbntl m Lghtone. t .T WI I AM .. .. CALLOUS sl .a .ro0 Cork" 01r. ten carton at te- egNe Wu. TTaWoON Yaxe il. tUoS-nylLEXAND. WS.PTrtet o n a otEerbi .
)-ll~l-elh Rloi*se l'tsmc.iuh ocks Cornm Tiu SOD .M and FAC.E MASSA atP a-rsaoid lii~..... .a......v...... Io- ALXANDE W-Al.iCO t unf~ede .
[|.' u l *t. Il, l7lhlT. N a n CO <.KCMlL. T8 Rent LMn Dg A. Ud A>lrn H) 1a uand ..l.. 3 p. ing PU LI I, hBEeDR OnOM.c d M- A, 1
&JATN ENGINEER -- t-o- Phalreo. Phon. -A ug .Ag JBpt ... 2 at.,the , in.orog Hovnei. iil o me Hotelaria." 823-iepo 1n21 ur. fore ye e a 8e> ^ ^ ^ ^^ H ^ ^ H 5? J ii "-- B

If=itSCE PPENeANiDiENCILomeo NOK. 5 F nArEDR yICK rw 4 ll. "O 'UNLAME 3 bu rerner gamolen tove I'USt. I. REsoun .P.- - .* HERIE 2Oed tha I Tbe LAT T
E a l" jodr 70 p F u l fi S tre ., fo, p>rl elr on s BUNOALO n o per cot- .Au 1S Oft. f- B STY.aI
RiU1LETO. c.rdnbere Iy d er. To r iu h o 0us yew PH NrtoeE-. Apply re tsron wit DA. wt ovr ce o-t Halc rc; inch. ls Ac es Land Sotan Ja n Tal'la n P nL ti hee notified iho mt ,
to Boxul tBill F91.IC C lt.- pa r CaysrilIdi Brng t, NestVai drrilugtHUS-SaOthRng. IulaCablle.eeelid teeasnageruawywie "fAdilusol". -L t u l

it IDr-. WA li fotrc h iltan ed4,a tret 2t8u' a. n l. 2 m l goua t n ir et. Au. 1 8ulc feet Geueral Elec-- BUNtioA]OW mant, .allnet. Vst B l e. SinJu anll.n teenc h) n e r1 e ,, tlt [ rS, nay, amy s orBtill a eteand r d in tr LIonida.d "
Py ,uoth Itlck, RI te1 lIatncl Red 3.1 X P I5; a 'I SIA~tEUR CMIROPODIIr1. t r~e refrlgerltitor end onle electric ovl oe~n I tuud.oiietuicenrcee. AptlyI A 1Rucv'it. 9 tona.l Chanttel Properties from ISADORIE DOLLAWAY.
Sei t ic Rcad -Aug1a nJOSEPH 1t(or NYIELD tUn yoerPttI hopi- with I attached ho plates cail be Keats Slre, ,tR FeenndIo. -Aug+ I .u.---IR0 each.Ane atet
c llkt -p ( oI r alt'.L A u i moa e. Pol tryI Idieal forherRly 1 ld2al ud .terc plugged Into sy wall s oc-et. Slightly 'o n Ant wot -Au er ee -.
EftL S' e RAk* l4 1 aiero In oady tow Inalo. Rwlins' IImpr ndFprt76 ore o vmersee(r bownest ate.Aug, 17. pa HOUESy propreres S t.L awe ne Chit 1 ah Posesso. Da e Fo ur' Obo Se. 20.00K PUB OLC 1A isOC A hereby notfie th I"l-, LAND FORl SALE'l~~r> abe S on. lTI

ggood rfr s e at 1g s nWe. I HeAttl .ne4 -wu, T M9. H UE TE NTfrnishharai.naabadosrug eight Nt U f ,r, .it v ie. 62DukenMortgeet. 'ehnt e cted.- C ap o n rt c d Aug. T0. T
ic.6 an'1 I is 'I ihetye 817, -Aeue th or ,'tied mlg, remedles ipsulsssulyl FOoT recuo chagl er pick-oh Apply 15 Mutrra edI)gOH )'ilt .y It ,l i deiii cccuuceildicCO Available tic tenuolut PERiONAL NOTICES 3, QUEENS8 IPA
PEKIN a ittRoo rut' OVAL sC 'OU F FEILES: CORNS IN GROW.mING strI --Augr 26 2.RL oI A4aAtli,.CO..TLion4Lf my husba n olpe. Rulyt
5ItiCKLJ~,+.c 'teircecys, ('Cotta ;Ite, (2ho- lA1Lt. CtJ.10l+U5E6, VACIAL 01 DI L'O a'N tES, Carbonic Gas. "Fia- peyltig tcciti~t treri rent in ilttciue. CAL C-RA T a C. H U LI shrey ntfidta
149rote Br ; *o! B 11++, ^"T.td d tr-a Vl'Ph onreet,46e., ,n1t1 oromo rethonslbe with my g uaran FRIDAo f8Ti &
t. t' l 'wn' i-Sit i. i u adeld o heI'beuRs uColGrsad DansIy 16 Ctu : fvturg apaeSScN Atrctv Concentrated Colourse, Prter c c B c Tr i nd tr M Int it nt e 1 st b l- response ble forange my wfei oRIA11Y rA plyr n toT S. oi .Siet rAB-
wUags 1 Ap, 69 F ICDAN.ItSrIIE ns Tansferl hepdIng. Plor v thrive, islenS. Cctru AcidI M NU BdieNmnALOt elter. nvare elrie pon c ahsp onfmelorealetaerfennye Salntr n or do I haol rt e Rd maysef P lu "Sa
MB l it4 a-. Pt1et td I CBuecrel.t lmtl. t 'PH iNE: 4565. Laetest p lrofes- andtn r 1 .eoraeo In the aera>te Nwt lwtasuem I U erte.Ulo n.tc t 3 edtrootA oWa thyI (C t o. p acre a a C rutd w.a mi e llig Lar, iarehc br"any debt o db onte ract ed aB
1Eo el 4 ul.. ,t.>i' P. one alparatU radaln ialr p rodmp t Igh trade. Apply to 7 DI Henry treet n 'Phonead tc rinntlne t os eal -uc i g tr. t lnB.rin .M o C eno Ratd meane ra Cccg wthw 27 dt ellin bter- con sace d baungl emy s9.e aIndtru -
. -tSat.) it I lyext d ri -apa (.qaenc r as-Se p p2 '13 Kn Ok*P l .. 4t U V9y t s Me r nm. "ire. 11 a- c>. ius St.dAnn'. lPoth,3wty. re .. f. ec e cDU sn 2 A N, Bn t ield p 2o4l thes sinc Jl 2U4
ia. fU at w dli m cLttc tee c de It'uurse gtir 6 .. . M i TWO ISYNTONE CONCRET BLOCKO- lti. I*. lO.U1d0-py nW or tsal, *u zB a ranlde ai- I TA ignOed Vw e, b l stell uh
Sle .- RANS HANDFO S S BAKING MA ItNEI at tocidil Moiur c NtCt'-t -RNIMIIED, tofnirtatt 4- gOys primrose, cahew, po merac. bread- GOWREIU 1uANKAR, westuc d byI bnmro
,MI; lu~ UH P I|it.S rpt iaels dAardNTR A NWA .W 1 S Ire o M l I. Offers NnOltedn--- CrooD home T go J0. 0 To bao.r4r*ter :uttree, wth bpar. AMeg. 15. Rio C lara .. 4,llu .
Net. Your apu poin tment Ons l at o Ilk erB v e t-o y ED A u. t -r l o r months. A tt.Py Mrs* .ntd lt-m u 2ttir. n o. Ap elu ng I t E pbi.ar ho e ry. i T anl PUBLIC ie hereby otified that I Mreure sDsu; i Cm F e
REAl tSER N. Ipp1tcIoi It V ltrs Or AT I ll' W .it.Ad. A.t,OW NI o -0iu On 01B1.srensio Ureh i r ENT o-,.Aug It f (II $- .o ta ell M. nfofrt. fo $-0 dIel I r don t aolde t r eata nead o hi cht-. S d an d Mo attr l
Sof chic Ia. St. Ati:. lth Acg 1 IM TEIRS anAd CO"K I'S I TS nl Red Latme. s ugar Estate Ldu 4b Mouth 5- s cteoush Fo R Rn Coo mudlcclt ll give Is 1)0 and tak I t. soe* Ileft or de ltncl by l 194 v Bed and Mprenp;
B W elmon, lPhoine l,;hoi. r -Auir. l (oti22 n- p.I Aig uti. In good localty lalu n M EDI Tt.lO .Bro ol-al. on da t laft Is ome sne d. 9e4Pate. 2 DOU B Lan Sre l eri n a I NES
"',oir Oo*irimo ,s wt All3lri onan et ret*. I WNE 3 N l unrBIL O en AlltAY Bo t2t Mr tardtan. o n h r Beel t el u e 7u1( Mt. Tbes Mr
h FO L-Aug. -1u5 SW, r A VA C ERSu requirela-tl os ]6sc. asee In. CATHERINE JOSEPH.
XrO C O O Kr als, o.N urse..43 OnnA, 8to\ion i ond t oor Mcne i-Au. of arlocalself late a lrhoMaralnl. 1.5 AOVia outerBUNll$Wconstrucr-ed ofCblueLhmE.RIand C aco LS t,Sa y nSInan o Pltoea s t e ] h1.pM gm h ,-t 4HN_
I l tOIESI, MALS KIfl E u IccSeivi, L.A TRUPICANA ItSTAttRANT, 32 ,. I6;11.- Aug. tOI s LOCl BUNALW $3 0p moth -' T HE .PtB C a ie nte t hat I
n'WW)KrooKlit.-Aul". 14 Cot%.So. On*Quy n 4501 ( -ad A 295 ,orS S fla "londBl, Mst 'poRne ClUES THUEaoff$tons 3 D, 'Phone uliu7 II Oarf 7k C hrlot e St. 'hm of my eRua nd.O Rame:are di otc-n s ER I roWAd lTreiD n M
etoftets? Be4dell SI Queen a Para Vincent Street. 'Phone bu52+ Delicioue s CR WN pet)K in r to A rnt cato ns PI tIVr u~alotte. luhoe G 'ills Thms.,Atg Iefl U 3 Pon LOUIS OIMA tHO A Se si9hro t u r io l on ge uf y ebnder t amecare n photch . aen,, IiW ln pies, 3-.MPr.':
hi O 60.- 0 Aug. C K nirOn e nd DI ners. Iim p nai utpd An 16 Bo* pe csfP rt-ofSn.l tt. Lo Bt.hur Annon Ave e. Ag. 1 To BrandSt BJ reetb re a l of Tal n c le 1end, ant that I do nhro acct hold my-CB n on I GNw
lSIPLED'M fM DlotcJS TeErieI. 'Phoe 'pcal a rrangemen t luem l uIfo y c3. Surresrt ,- ept. 9 .n Vo ra .-- BVac ent al e o- Cael r e ns l or anyoede or la con- be Dm1e
lySS f 81Pe brk Stet.Ag "ta shd re iied SGriffth'. .') ki enry aoree. 1,1',,o ~ t "A I Aug.. I. --Au. D'I419/ii. BuildingA t Sit ec a t hlaraeaao wit goo Ve. THEO PUBLIC^ Isly h~erb noiie the'm I R Nv town, Is- Clair. I n rewa rd. Apply1" T '- *"
spigui i h W s 4)R 10"LVeQ!'. FINI ol atc uln a ......Ece 'P ho e ap123- am rno ongel fr u n yder bthec re ad pte c-on 122,e; 4DvardanD1- Au. 20

-1 oe, W toctr frPris ARE YOU AWVARE Watt htbe Is a newl REL~ & ESTAqI1I FOI SA|LE 2-el ilosalina Sit.. PoeselalOit $ lIuob maicted ny him, having left his home sInc Dinner Bervice
FOR CI, 1 I, TMAS.-ChWeebreo Aug.r It" Ir.- an "xeln pr ucdi On tha market to+ _________lJ~t J.St '+ ++m
Ise ttyuluTM A.g -hCoyrod *P eU Si 1ftad tgh'l-nt p oa t lly WA3 24 Oonntcr 8TRBT Poslesloio $14,A01. 0 une 26. 1944. A disease of the digsttve system. rll- Carvers. etc., TeA
avonI mlop find Wlfre ,c".he. forUCK oIT, BuX yt wit yoh Pooln 4 et h... Lun o my humen W 2nd Avenue Io ignedF cc-ci of the s tomch are due tcS dilr.l. Table Spodons an
eap otd $tfr10 ear, n eedy s ow. Grff"--hecuolmg0mendeCd for brownIn steak, cop. HOUSS FOo SAL Calc de, Poeon rt20,000 l PHOOt *lMANIAH bILOCHANt or otbtrtenf Itdet T STOll
Wr f~p lotarg Mu atresse, dc &U O O nd roasis, and for colouring soupe, setws. -I otfWobroP Iic oth nurtno .ite fat
Wo uait fr 5 iSHiuOCLYtht yorWilnd.W OARD.ANDLDGIGr l c alt y'abl ecrr WooA 'rootedPbs-himhareeport VIitlge, of l he mucous lining Of the S tomach as a
a$* raertifncatu or Deliht yllft e fienlHdestoo. iat 3hStr peet A to e lt pply 54 M. rrayn..... ...... r.... ..... C heap p. i Augi.-D 17FP eaRandmair0ct of faulty innervati Pon ofie n thred )otn and C ITray
Vl. J.T* + .. .. ......Previous engineeringycIierlr dtot t ir- 50 Henry.....ym. thisrsuusnbereslut in the appear- tri euCtllIe AptA YA Shthm n, ohtrd house erotosb I aouses Marave, Pob oe-rde
low cnncsa bre1f yoarny 8 N 1av4 TWout lAL drish t is lota in- thbcotrne A id 17i o... . h 'I'lE PUBLIC is hereby notifled that I+ This section of the sctoma ch I then subject Stand and Cruet I
Oit, 1 FOR SALEshe froe all the leading grocers ad its 13 AiESRt'RIJMY STREET and 27 mrTII R atm BA Emp tA'"4-room a ni io ]uoonger responsible for my wife, to dtgestuon by the gastric juice, which, In other Glassware
r 'Chnisulna Fennel, and I do not hold myself theOe cases. alWays contains an excess le
Ld i -i1 STS tANDARD s t ""I t in TOURI;I,1 t holTwo de e Ig nomlsc hne t Try ab tl of QueenM Srest i ALpt y Deby ed gh. allond lo'rtrge. Petite Valrley., Diso emt loaet oe o 2 any debt ur oebt 0on'amouln of acid. Gasj|trc ulcer is l l seen Me SaenihMI-
L tI I*ItlIIL 4511 U"--Aug. iP, Islegem e Canomel Citloibr|ng, petl. pre- Joblty, 4) i'etttum'ke Street.+Attg. 24. iuirtan, nea.. r Garden City CcpVery actedd by hen. ehe ha.ving left my care m~ore commonty in woe+n th8so in ann, Mahogany Pedelt"
eWIitiaS th e "a lay rosed LLMAT Auu SEDN Twtp ar d foy te u-nryatiy?,I':r) IODR N. aan detwALen thr eMtci of. 4. Tho30Ilso1:. 2C e p otnsb le aust0 9. t ubth e fnd0 t i holstered D. WI" SN
t-fe G&-rl Nw e a. hal-t. Bttle.r, t."n J B_. 8tagert & 5a) nNelw eoeesb fon r bedrooms, water, etc.. Povtderce eytetS, 45 a cres. her oI I
trrid. hdus aeneA u l. ?l ult A uA g 2E. .5 nd n on t.Aeu io o1.rented land C17ura --OE P --Et- son i t hroosee oe sa y uc Hllw t al
-9 .1 83 500-,,.. JOSEPH FARREL. contlo s NKhtWu forwar nr tre 'd Morri A I 2 1944
M irdSre.- .1. 1935 UI- LLAN in good rondit n1 NEi W CANVAS F(OLDING COT. Wood running to San Jat River Bnrin. Ccc...)S-IslaNnd Homes. Sspense nSt ---Aug. 17. Tdues Hoedr. an.d s homemaker, i n these people the in- with CuahioB --
lK "Tyre fair, P"ri0 $571+ Atply Ril's En- Of OakA Prlce $7.50. 48h Selmoat Dol-ly lt B Mal rars h. AOrlentl Pharmacy. Mo n .. T......
S- al, br One-----------, t i oe rei--,, iltto. server abral poramlna fI(il A 1 thossp. lI. -ttle wi Ra PI .0ndows board, Pictures,' Mt A N 1 o O f 1T
PST b ubj4ectIstu-ht. Head .. Aug. tI. S.iNGl MACMINE- I N g 3s I t- MODERN BUN. IALOW 1IDNA, A ? "it nundt is S LAN etdR, TbALE 0 acrUBes o- WANT EDeTIINotiT tha Dtru kM AS tOai Or
iW B S !i-111. 1 Maly Bltl K s witi ewr edo witt wraeterrae triotfror Sava nnah .A o d arC

W~~~~~~~M Tolo mj0k er ti .S* aff WAN"D AI>IO'PPIiT Mu* Dulaaae nrvetrn passese + r, ofan thei WATmld-dOEotllTl re l* V alaanH.A drk U--- ** *
JU NI more thLRK w llty o: abe O 19C 10-HPP nails Ford REDAN. R0pe ltble, El1ctrbcalin op aod. V. Statnteor, Green SAreRt. AE.ma. B rPn. Apply Full parttculars st office Offic and filing eterns l iencef Apply d arer consequently diminished in eloe, on ac- SheetR, Pidow .
I. WaltelrS, 44 It. Vincent itt-t~t. Tya'es ve'ry p.uod, $1,;,el0o0 One 19501 Sijf9IPt~ et a~tt. t *1 I~m Wheat 9. Lionel Achueo, 51. Green Stretet, Aritna.-- 10,1.T can eell your property QGulofayl| Henry Street tupstinhl+.- Aul 20. cuto h opeso fteItree eS ete
11111CLASE: l 'e 1, LAN. Tyre lar. f itr, 1 A0t tno e IA.F2 ..-Se..22.No Fuse Whatoever--No O Hlusetione | Atr a-dAt d Am l). cif de Verifue i bral discs ELA d as a result of the Sonse- Writing Desk, M r
es o eial$409.LuxI tio e go. S -New Lumber THd, 11191 "'l')"O~BMo.S TRE U E OL ODERN ATTR"BACTIVE HOME, IdeaL no Sal-n o CmnnSolon Street Aug. eSlimpingement.fth
0Ill. One 1937- Split M.....d. . BA lCLE.RiC+l.I ASSISTANT. eblt av ,pestm hwih redredfomtIreon
Ee o LL. ATORI) Tyne8 very gOeul. 11,o01.11. On I Pt ll 701- u.M r ). -PHY IScClItANIe rPl, I715 u o r be73.- Au|. 2. MCDONAD THOMAS an advantage. qtitck at abl ty t 9od 1. AD- wh IcnT h O a dTerivdNio t
J vo I tMin',,. 1 9 r- t o I Model MORRIS, Tres 8o SEi tmnl il,) -ItI ', soiliIA, ltO' 4onnor 7'THAug.O15bree, go70,d2 i0' lle ntor, OnuConofti e lnins fter es toerS e rs axn

t l.dttn ,0-.l.. One 1939 heft-hand drive CA-.Sga, Ne( Dunlo- Sa-.s. AsIo S,-.%treet. 14 CItlntni Biouleyvard. 63 DeV.VI-[ 'Phte nes 758. 75k5.A--2t4 Cblrslot treet, olcei, H- had. "Ienbow."tAug. 1S. read iloy to ChMropractlc A dluytment. Con- a nd one child'SI
PSAItc b- ajNS DAILIACEI -Ii 1UiUt OnI 1940 MORRIS IIu- Ph PhoIe CA M"N"sais oW teuli Street, 3 t.1 Anne6 Avenue. Green II,) luew oatnd Bung alow, Agrn COOa( F.OR CAFe. Ora SIlC lo can bake, su1t7In O at o Too
M.'P!. Q alln Duke SEDAN. Tyl$11 otI ,700 00. C Es IIo '-" NI R.2. .. Street, TunaV pun and 92 VictorIa AvenuL. Street. al modern cony eotu CouInter Attendcinis for modern cale. Good NE UM IN U IT (cmryt).jut
ne1 t. 14 High+ Street, S4an FeilanIdo, *II l.ROTARlY hAND PUMP. No. S. V|I-i 4215/4219. Btcroett*---AUg. 28 4ne05. poasnnion .. $6,000 ,cersonuahtiy Apiuty Ditie, Li Belmont DR. JAMES LOVELL, DC.,PhC.,
-.C. R A., Corpor- 'Phone 4t2. Aug 5 Ph"la-n4. Petit Volley,- ---Ao, 1 55 ALLAUC STREET. aa t Kelly 12) Buetne Property, Park St. $14,800 Circular od.-Au. .p it ti o
Street. coadhelt TRUCK WITh SILX TYRES. 45 Slotth I IMMON11 BlEDS. Sitpens, Mattreaaee. KeaoM' Street. 1619 Tragerete Roatd. Aptply; t3i, Large 2-etorey BusIness Pro- COOK G]ENERAL w~ltingt oh~e('A)Th hrpatc8eillt te so iw d :
Bc kteepini Qs-IIu. I. 3. L ErI 1t- !3 Queen S et.-And. i.. l 4lmm Sltree--Aug. 25, prty. Abercromby Street .000 wol. tep salary. 20o00 d eo t te h oc at t ,
ScottQ!,-vua- --SepAI. -t CO lIGHT PeLANt. 75 watts. TWO CATTEeL sIOUI.n at 44 Seu- (dblNew Bns. ueponTO Lnu Ate ChiropracticSHealth StudioymPrndngLondfSawlla-I.

mamal~h. ---Au t" o^ ^ ^Sil.^ A1e excellen T f T T lu aoLa c
DAi A x. V ooH cond^t:on thrtughOut. it hS Tintpai. Easter, Main grade Street citi. Monthti' rental: $+2b. itreet. si Jamles. Cheap. lud;t.-Aug. 1 E|.
$loIv,;ort0 1 l1%o- m 5.,, 0'II 41nAendatlon14 needed-, Also one wiahlcor.lk linoollI ue MemberI Anglo-Westad lue A R raat, M raas a. spa EglnIndirichboee 0Chalo ro-r

DAY NIiHT |,01600. Visitu|! 2.30-6 p.m Appobln mut Rel l -4 5-. pn.- ne 5294. Au g29 1 5 )A ugWr e hC Rr agtc Association (Regsatered) BOYD A HUTC
Y I- 1-1 It DW1INbHOie,) It A119 Is It oRer. Mstoat havn brat FliaesceePF PR.EINSc tmlct M. 71 Predel'lck Street 'Poneo 6524
7 homN MINK S'OAra TOUeltoR t wa s rtnt.--A Illoo ti 21 hldr-om. wIll i tOO.- 1. lovely Bungalow, Long Cit- ,0 tir acictin Atib. 20,
ifiF vSE F ot3Hlitl uverh all 2oe534 WBStat.- ug enlemcee on Ca tl-etio ug2nPsnbeaminla t orRoipinl.rlJoe otin Facingiao Se.-ply Sev 3tuet,-oter -iy

C.i plyI orIsend mnIv W.-,'"dfoard Slnet ,t -Aug. i. I *,"'. y114,tIt1 a dA.Irdyo OnA V"r ".nmaIs"e-'"5ife an uily JUDGESvOFwGOOd u
a molltor Pu' -u.iar.R d.K o neatr b--y OOR. F OR SAL E OT A-
401etr W~~o Ch- 1im, T .:is ONE I940 CTWO SE licATER c tEVROLEn. tiDgur. e Sc riteStr Qeet. Possessi o.$,0. t ul; 'Phucuia rts. ",426.- 0I Aplu C..F reeh ld PrPon Popert, Drum. 20K thAnIteeA.E ONE BET OTOR-CAR.

Yb tnt'elifnt cond t.on. Price $1,000- Ap.ly or-Aug.p 3 2 Aullb1roIoms,1etc MonsPhenefur Wd9m- for 600 x 20 tg2re3a Suit any
_ S1iiii 1keepinSagV atanW- Aiype PrfeabytA pl3Ms.00t, mdats T E5UBL C s.ere y otfie tatth

- o CHIROId Yl En Queen StteS.te etLUMEERFr.a, PITC-H P.IPE ald EC A 1UCr- TOUS. JUST RENOVATED and, t ..3,0 car. Apply A. Lazara, Sain Fderun do.- ---
ArIthmetc Adtalt improve- 'Phone Itt,+,kll |l+a b~i~ldnlg matetrIal. Aplyld 81 Mutrray painted. Empty. Ihre, bedroomsl All Olodt- 1or Properttes-- Shying and Selling. Atig. 2.
| ~' . e Apl IQ VIT PIANOS I GstS andhu poslt ry atdkitchen22. rdb...-No 2PetInlog order. 'l'rss fair. Price $1000. Apply
.... ... R... . . Rd . Engineerint'.gI.& Qu Sre. .TE
S nCOtFA. ORaABLE SINGLEah Cndo+A 5, Iboutht QuayL CAug. 1. ANHdNOUNCM Phoe 5111.-Aug. 20.
StesIemt. isa Fernado +Se r, sa '+- tag 10. OTKL -DRUMS. 40 54 aSAt. Clalk a AGRA STRnEET, Itt. Jaaaee Apply tll ONE FORD V-s2IGHT 1939 Model. No THI+ERIT I
EE=L- ;, -aind mT i= m.w045 Sou* th Q ay on e 4501. Al6 dSreet. -og. 17

L [M- w.i8. l t h.stsr9 at.--- i Au. 7."to GE YmrSee llnab=e offer refused. Apply A. How-
Wool TRQttELMo pLiffiNEW NOUSS, latr atiomodel LS n. Criuggi a onas Apo. ssitbne 4. gto4

aiTiUMlRELLAS, Jttat reeelsDd. Tunapun al, Elh Deride. Apply M Rub dsy of 5223 atter 4.--Aug. 20. *1 i
_____.__RocsCm.5.. PriBDYea diWrCet+. Aut, ]15. Philips1 No. Kaa.tFrrn Male Road. P etlt B1OO w. M PEKINEI MALE -Lost AUSTIN TEN. PD re: $600. No. T Oh- Eld
Pita. 'Plioe 4 ".homONE BRINm aAD PIANO, Perfet PouRg. II-melate paaueron.--81pta 2 strayed or n tolen. Rewar.. Tetlpa.one ser..tory Str0et. -Phone 6704. Robert.-- ,
,PUILE S. c-leres 1I~bor New P ONE 11106. reatmet w~g~ r)'t"A I taith atd, one ..tenAyfroedo truk Jatk 41,,Acrestang, Of Jua .r..n -_..__3:000_____PUBLIC isherbynoifiedhat_1._____

$O MANWi SIZE_-_ieSpleeia10 Chairott Street. 'Phoner al NEW IARGE MODRtIN IBUNGALOW., 653.1i-AUle 1n i Agl. 0 i
O F1401114`11m,111t I 1 12, 9I t S,&S Al re o trt e et Vm t slnl fantr t-.. |r tiY ur .A ."tO. I y 1

e X PC I AlAYIIf 1 CANADIAN NO. 4 SAWMILL Perect iVle0 4howers "tiled,' 2 sewerage, a 50o00t Of vehites with new tryea-
cieb ms h ae r drawingroom1 di-1 ANNOJNCht PeN t ie1f40Ior .D tney onE.26.00mles.A Con-
A leero alerrtnacntact the Super Slesman-H. A. Clark. 11
ts.lt 14 o Py I an FernseE.--*ul. 18, low in yardI gSauge, all tyernadolen-eA CI$ toe9elon on Camoh. Ria elnairL. StrRe, ae Gad g, 20
Ply All RAN hF. I I hurW le ane P rm nSion ih tneyen from DrM. ortklg 14 Apply R. Alexnit s 1 41 CMdB VR--A g r0atN ow., James.o
N't triig) omel edi die ur ugidI t o eev n. w allBuke. Pret drvn-ey SdA Le.' r iuhr

Frdrc/tst.Sp.* AII~on A Ce,, Ltd-+-Aug. 15. Wlo ~et t uutn, Am i
SAM(P- IOCN tARK.,l ful Srow, givs-SWE ISH MSTANDARnDet us lo,' inCARdIn seats,.
m i an .,a Ihlol 6' g .r I4I,,, I ge i ck-up l A plpo l y Is Mu~h.P e rray, Knd Il Pot (' )lt y I ntr C ity--With re.-

PROPE.TIES FO ,ALS PIJaLI NOTLelICESWAabeIbe t r e tiONe 09.A 11t. &O C utSf QN. +-A t. 1,I
,OUIUX CORNS IN GOWING ,,Z c 24 -ri I-tce. CRL C.GRATTFairO 'R~'u abnc1* aTHE APU LyC is QuerebynsoParkedtast. I

S~~~~~e ~ A XN RAO@ ON NAS--loto of 110* PNOPXTI[$ FOOl AL9 C Fa NTIili~tr trA, AtAUI llQ...".l Pk amt* f
eb., AR DH . N,-. _. n i hereby USea LUCCOCKTAIL l
sale, is the propertyy of the iinlersigned. Licence for Trinidad and To go.-AAugI. 19 nan.eo ine--egceile ct condillond AppIly
I VE R ICE ANO P.WAINS e'nd is now then Clbect ofsn action in .S I mlrs,,8 80 an A don.--Au. 2' j""
LA I VOUN( MAN rqulae p1et.ies tese the Supreme Court. ONE lft. MOTOR LAUNCH itted with Smooth As Velvt',
In r Adio rerIng. 2 to a ? exa. SYSIL 0. RAWLS. PERSONAL NOTICE a 3 H3P. MavingeEnginet is perfect or.
to T rpwr oldservcin. I o 3bour 1Ader. 0. Beekl]&. No, 10 Ntgim ild troet. S,_
allyfrom p'e. Call Iten Fortune, 1137 B OPKRTY at 9L Queen Street. 'Phon e THI PUBLIC s hereby ntl.ed tha id. BAles. N o, I B6TITME .t r. "
0BBimSOS St-Au gf 1i is Mackay. 47009 Aci sll3 15 a- r N.onr rasoible fo ar my i.e Ur. JOHNSONL OUTOARD ENGINEIS. 1 BOTTLE a a a
Alu l eM W efo laenr.y asld 4,11uI- FREEHOLD PROPERTY, Long- jr- Itl" Naburg. nor do I ho myl. m rem S-.P+ with ll st. beat. Can be se ft A6
Ot6 I. IDmU S ftm' or ,.,-o..2,+| ""r Road, M.,..| .Apply 'phli. 4W" oa0to f"or An" debts c.+,.ontate vher.. u NiounMoor Built --Aug. OTLE ..f.t
M mS.t ove se --Aug. 24. 8los having left crmye a a nd t dcn Mu* S 3 BOTTLES ..A.A.. .
Phone I I Clifton lKL| 13 IRVING STRKET. San lFer.do. :gi :tc;i:t hAugtht. *t 4 MCLAOu...
A N D s o 6 3 7L A US. 2 36qO I I I I, t11 0 4 1 4011os e s o A p p ly N o0 dOe n o n fisr g elo m e ---J O SI P 1 4 M A N SU P ei t f. U J KU BT mvC I V D N e OM -C A S E -- 1 2 B o t t l e s . AA i, ,
:+::~~~& L i s e m l l l t l lt t l 1 t F11"t4 4 N 4tl sm S t re t. e. ftldm A rl m i/tr o~ m i C mr m C o rk s. 6 91 Or o "
i + 0 A'-'- I -3- A .isld.Myselfr _espo.nible for any M f. _. E,(re. -Ora g-,. ready mixed..
m ea P1041 1 PI"RC LL CTR01 ET. San Fernando, debt or debta s contracted by Ms'oy wtfe, w Citric Ac r v a d Co .
skeys"I^ r In MI ? Sr large newly bullet DDwelllng House .Mo- Psulina Adams h. hvln lett ,y ith tkAce d fivat110 Bll am ~ m
SEW A, On3tpe 1- dern ConvenIlt.ces, on 1 l Ilots land, of. a0d protection lince July 22 1944 Usbmat__nrg a t te lt tUle "AF1..ue ge.
iOP li. ofet ritbiled Robert Duverney, Agent. HE NRY 14 AOAM, GA I I grod e^. Appy

H jff11'''1C 11 01 IN INT. ^ 9g ^ S GA 8MV-lS .^: ST. S.NCEc singer A
10'"' 1mWa Hoi. r.e-t "'Phone 52 A Ti 23 CorLan Via ge.usp. Queen a Par kshoet. Ttlepo .- -
I O.14 =C R .P I,-11. ONE HO iE LND lAND. 4 4 ulots -t,- Aug. 1 8 Avg.phee19
I.iiimu& Circular RFod d12.000 00 One House THE PUBLIC ti berheby raised that .MASTILATEI'Fr (S5 IisoS).0
[Iff all mpl |and Iand I d 1tots Ruiuhworth Street. I I m not responsible for myn wime Sylviai C IheB";t, i ofta. 1
17.000,00 One House and Land-I0t lots Koomar, nor am I responsible for Noi ybut. l., Travel.
|OLD by arrenry itrel .,Oei .00 .Thr ou debt ordots. ntrctedfbar.?eIy her, e. ,G
Fk l ractryt and Land, Jarvls Street &24,'30 .Tw hi left my home August&Sm. 1944.1
.404 aw 5 tecel Str1etnear hbeautiturul $ioa tend. ireutar Road. 1C f C. E. KOOMAI n uM t a-AM
ithen -Wim.we repair, .000C. -spinet.014 Highsrtret.r1aFrcqus Road. O 60 ST. VINCENT STREET ::
SP~odw n S. -*Atka. -Fernrando 'Plums 42.-4Atl 1.A -llu1 1a .
:iMf *W ame41a" ml~and P'ubIto bM The Trtahdad PuhlhbidK CoC U t.3 h. o nifmt a Mft" s4 1-e- .

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