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Trinidad guardian
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Sunday guardian
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain


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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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ltuf - ABZ3083
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l No. 8.19. 27TH YEAR

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pans In. Norn

k For Last Sui

'rench Hills And

Alge 10,000 French Patriots
i 1ie Advancing On Vichy
Mil LONDON, Aug 15 (AP.--
SA.I. (Independent French
F-aency) reported from Berne
aai Q|tonight that 10.000 French pat-
Talas riots are "advancing toward
^ Vichy" and hundreds more a-e
Joining them es they pus aheid. It said other detach-
Wins Reported n""nts of French forces of th
interior are advancing on Bor-
Shelling Main ,anx. It did nut say where their
M in t-o' Iwere coming from or
haw they are armed.
L!iwte aeamd

,U (a";--ne jer
Army, tossed in
p, fell back for
, Stand in the Nor
Shedgerows toda
rgt Bisenhower toot
mand of the Allied
0,hasten final victor)
rn France.
I this historic battle
mA the Allied armie
lons to strike con
=ih the new invasior
e on the southern
Mi, In a campaign t
al ns back across th
tonight the neck
andy bag has been
Sand the bag Itself
d In size. Cor-
pesking from the
iay the Canadians
d little more than
.4laise, one of the
Wtions that domin-
P bag.)
;dian offitere said
>push which began
Sunday has reached
Sgone beyond. The)
Iarm to fight stub
Sac'.cions into Fn'
ite crust seems to
rts correspondents,
the Normandy
pi htCanadian
the main
according to
WVe are still go-
historic town of
much gunfire as
prt from the Fa-
5 that the Oer-
Wen massing tanks
a counter-attack.
Typhoons have
m again and again.
latin road centre
Ia neck of the bag--
last reported still
ids, but American
htitg in the streets.
i have by-passed
I pushed some dis-

not aving the rain
stae clouds of dust
venues of hit fev.
east toward tht
Wts of Paris.
bottleneck now
*talv nine miles and
kaertcan and- Cenadt-
,,lTw in on all sides

B 15 (Router).-
ihas sent his
to President
lberatlon of the
Iosthe brutal
The Kug's
"This successful
a notable stage
0 of the U.LS.
Pacifice. It is
dniration and a
of the coming
to which the
tb Common-
hBS will also make
01 powerful contrni

Ftbes Quota
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the Informa.
the following
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SHit By 8,000

, TonsOfBomb!
* LONDON, Aug. 15 (AP)-Thr
n thousand American and Britis
n 'planes, two-thirds of them bomi
A ers, cast 8,000 tons of exploslv
i on a score of enemy air bases ai
airdromes in Belgium, Holland an
Ge-many today, while t noth(
r..'crful force of Italian-basi
navy bombers hopped the Med
terranean to southern France an
blasted a wide path for the ne
ground invasion there.
A force of 1,100 R.A.F. Lancaste
and Halifaxes and nearly 1,0
Flying Fortresses and Liberato
churned up enemy air strip
wrecked buildings, and left flaming
d wrecks 180 to 270 Nazi 'plan
n caught parked on the fleles. Figh
d era escorting the American bomi
Users also destroyed a number i
S'planes on the ground, and disable
railway cars. Moderate enemr
opposition in the air was encoun
termed, the bombers knocking dow
13 planes and the fighters downs
14 Sixteen bombers and flv
fighters failed to return.
An Air Ministry communique
sajd that Mosquitoes and BeaufIgh
err of the R.A.F. coastal commar
attacked enemy warships in 0(
ronde yesterday evening. Mosqu
toes attacked a destroyer and s
escort vessel and trawler off I
Verdon with bombs, depth charge
and cannon, while Beauflghte:
struck at a depot ship and other
trawlers off St. Vivien. An explo
sion occurred on the destroyer an
fire started on the escort vesse
whi'e many rocket projectiles wer
seen to strike the depot ship. Fou
aircraft were missing, the commu
niqne said.
(A Reuter despatch states thai
a'l bombing was visual and re-
sults generally were good to ex-
Scellent. Targets included thi
following German air force bases:
SCologne Osthim, Wiesbaden-
Erbenhem, and Frankfurt-Es-
chborn, along the Rhine River
ard four others in northwest
Last night RAF. Mosquitoi
Again dropped 4.000 tons of bomb
on Berlin and also laid more se
The Germans again sent flyin
I bombs over southern England In
eluding the London area during th
nilvht and daylight today. There
were damage and cas-'alties, bu
on'- defences accounted for 1-an
of the bombs.
Civilian raid casualties in Brit
air last month amounted to 2.44
killed, and more than 7.000 In
I ju-ed and detained in hospital.

Dr. E. Williams

In Jamaica
Trinidad Guardian Correspondler
-Dr. Eric Williams, Trinldad-bcr
Secretary of the Agricultura
Committee of the Caribbean Re
search Council and Assistant Pro
fessor of Social and Politics
tcence at Howard University
Washington, D.C., is here on a
visit preparing for the land tenure
symposium to take place at Maya
gulez. Puerto l1Ro, from Augus
27 to Seotember 3.
Dr. Williams is having confer
ences with the Jamaican delegates
Captain Arthur F, Thelwell, sec
rotary of the Agricultural Society
who is to speak on tfreehold v
leasehold and MW. 1. O. Whit-
breoad, acting head of the Deoasrt
mant cf Commerce and Industrfles

Meeting Discussed
By Fraser Welgbto. leters
uoliieal ewrreseneBert.
LODON. Aug. IS On the
eve of conversations between
CAidhi and Jinnah, Pethick Law-
rence, Labour M.P. ave me the
ftolowing message: "I send mY
bst wishes for a fruitful outcome
of the talks between my friends,
Mr. Oandhi and Mr. Jtnnah. An
ramel betwe them, honour-
Able to a Indian wl wi rwoi
litn from the "1tit e.
that the base has been laid o
Oovernuent of India by the In-
peti*c Lawrence opened a e-
amt b"ia deJate in the Hmuse of
caoummons with a speech which
Jf aited a impresion among
ibers na part of the omuse.
"od ftd tbhe plane of the whoe
ftaft to aeDoabove paP M eve.

handy Fall

cide Stand


French Patriots Strike For Liberty

!U m i -' s--

Soviet Hordes
At Nazi Gates

e wBiebrza River Ieap
lands Red Army 16 t
r Miles From E. Prussia
LONDON, Aug 15 (AP) .-
Taking Biebrza River in its giant
,. stride, Marshal Zakharov's Second
White Russian Army is now fight- C
In g on the threshold of Germany n
Masses cf Soviet tanks and in-
fantry forming within 16 miles of
the East Prussian border, north i- -
" east of Goniade, where the rivet '"'t
manter soils a tbarriesr protecting nedov.r- Answering the call to armse ended by General Charles do Gaulle to ea-erdinate with the latet tw
night alone the road frc Gcniade Allied Invasion, the French Maquis are redoubling their efforts to hamper the Nazils in their
are to Lc., he rman border own,2 '. rearnced Here a group of the French underground engage the Germans in a shooting duerl
Smile northwest. Red-starred war- from a street corner, as the hadgered Nazis withdraw northea twaLrd.-tAP pho'e.) +
Splanes cleared the way for theIn.' n Jpe ....t a e ....a b n l
vasifn, which might come within W f a sl t. er ]srso t
nd 72rhours.FFight
nd Zakharov's lance-like thruCit --- on tsntct Former Gua diand Editor r
C1 northwest of Bialystok, hit the, n cha rea
t! East Prussian deoftenes at Iistn TMan ipur Captured Near Chartres D eave t
I- weakest point, and r semed cti. L e Il ONDinNJ. Near t
nthe breast threat tousreastiGertLca a r.r t N, Aug. A5 (AP) ie t .
man territoryest incewthe t rusean wrw e Mr. Gault MacGowan, veteran
armies first came within arti~lery "'o se Ne~ar Pontedra 0&
rs range of the Junker provinceowa and a former editor of the e ms
0 [Reuater says that Soviet troops "Trinidad Guardian." (1929-34) Ag 1tAP
S ?s reported by the Germas e to ROMEo Aug. 15 r h AP),m Allied
)r fighting on the southern ap- By ALAN HUMPHREYS have been captured near Char- headquarters said a brisk engage-r
. preaches to East Prussla t e medt By e whn it
g advanced from the bridgehead RANDY, Aug. 15 (Reuter).-Jap- ee. Apparently he ventured mert developed when Fifth Army
R across the river, which fows anese rearguard resistance on tdi beyond the Allied lines. The patrols made contact with German t
t- the last natural obstacle, less Tiddim road is steadily weakening Germans said they took Mc- dtrols, three miles southeast of e
Than 17 miles from the border. sA the Japanese yield the final Gowan to Paris after a shoot- rontedra on Mndav but in all sI
tof One Moscow message states that tr!p of Manipur still in their in scrap in which his corn- other sectors of the Italian land a
ed 'Soviet spearheadsc driving to- h hands. Contributory factors to this panion was wounded, front there was quiet except for
ny wards the frontier had reached weakening are harassing activities peg inhave panhave artillery duels. 1
n- two miles south of the Prussian by General SlimsI' "Mystery Troops' .e .ae s- ----- It said German shelling of rr
vn under development are perfected, inside Burma behind the Japanese Florence had ceased and the t
d border. Meanwhile trapped Or- linps in this sector. They struckU i I polon therea"continyues to
*e man dive s ons h the Balti are aRe inst Japanese lines of communl- Improv li A te steadiy w" a e It
Aretepm i v ls r Woh in the B san, cation, this time t a Biom be e Although there w some In- t
keeping u th* Ight in the Lo n~olint a tswe aw". ood, a
o..o reli-. -.timH it w KrnadIM lea-'"ppi-s"on.
t- by see. ti.. Swift res oration of civil life e unt e s w atei n nd medical pnto this etonr
id Von Hammer reported today in the areas of Burma wrest I great volu me forVl the civil popula-n
id- that nfreshSoviet reilnforcement frcm the Japanese is seen in theo r eteion ed t the c o e
i- were joining a n a e i h inning of the resumption of P R HABURAg A P) Aie on k a loee
i furtn ZahlLarov, acndk added e ncrml life in the Taungni area PEARL HARBs, Aug. 1cAn) Allied tanks and mortars en-
en thremed ac with the co-operation of civil at- was announced that Amer-- g aed the enemy on both Sides of
Le be expected
5s, Fighting is moving steadily to- fair% officers. Taungni was freed can bombers pounded the north the Arno Bend. west of Siena
rs ward the traditional Mastirian from the Japanese only six days Pacific Kurile Islands on two com- eighth Army troops mopping up
SLakes, battlefield where lnden akg, Individuals with professional seoutive days and blasted shippin pockets of resistance In tie Em-
0- burg won the victory cf Tannenberg or special abilities are already airfields, installations and de o area killed at least 2
id in the last war, but where Stalin starting business, positions on Paralnushiro, Shum'a- Germans.
el, is nct likely to repeat the mis.. n their drive south in Burma shu and Araido Islands on Friday Kamelring Ordered
re takes of te A generals from Mane o r the main bodyI r and Satdurday,

of thep y T5 tAgre Ill Sco lag wazi meo (
Tr hil the TarlHealt evc Pobe sine t asw oe
ur While the battle for East Prussia the 14th Army were last reported ping was truck near pare- D.Ditructon Of BridEN
to be fighting only five miles from mushiro and Araldo, northwest of By LYNN HINZE-LING
-thumndered banothernkoviet Army th border. Paramushiro, on both days. A pa- WrrT THE EIGHTH ARMY IN
commanded by Maslennikov streak..-!bre.to eslwssn ystaigFOECAg 5(P- a-B
ed across southern Estonia to Meanwhile, General Stilwell's trol vessel was sunk by strafl FLO NCE. Aug. 15 (AP)Mar-
reach the Baltic, and cut Sherner's headquarters at Chuneking today near Araido in the first reported shal Kesselmring ordered the w
-trapped forces in two. announced a raid by Allied heavy attack on Japanese positions there, destruction of five of Florence's w
bo'nbers on the docks in Takao Between 15 and 20 enemy fighter s ix beautiful bridges and blew up w
INVASION AT HAND harbour. In southwestern Formosa. 'planes attempted to halt the army buildings at both ends of Ponte
Thee freighters were sunk in the of Liberators carrying out the Fri Vecchio because he was furious s
The Soviet communiques re- Folamos Straits. Reuter adds the day raids but inflicted only minor that Allied troops had passed ri
r gained silent cn the sector where Jsoanese-neld island of Formosa damage on two bombers. through Rome and sent the Ger- r
Associated Press Moscow corne- in the China Se is sbot't 90 miles Three enemy 'planes were shot man reeling back 150 miles be- th
spondent, Daniel De Luce, said, the from the Chinese mainland, down, five probably shot down and fore they could gather for a
es Invasion of Germany was likely In th ____ o two damaged. Three of the Ven- stand.
bs the next 72 hours. One hundred turad Seorch 'planes which struck T h weei on t netact teG wht

oteBilbMdclAedto;Dpoam^bl~at ara i H/gh10* F* ot.xcet e ta l o rentined souresyrtl
ea miles to the s southwest another Redl . S dn t ua 2do were damed slightly. The were in contact with the German
Army, the first White .BRussianMeicot udenUtt Navy also reported enemy fighters Command during the enemy o.cu-
ig under Marshal Rokossova.v, beat were encountered by bombxt.swhich patlon of Florence, told this story
n- down German counter-attacks east Revo t ndstruck on Sunday at the Volcano rhey said Marshal Kesselring was
i e of Praga, ind ustrial suburb of lvo EedIslands 700 miles south of Tokyo determined that the pursuit be-
re Warsaw. The Russians were lasit MEXICO CITY, Mexico. Aug 15 One Liberator was loest. More than yond Rome should not be repeatec
t reported within m the of le ) Sftor Alfonso Ca1o wide- 35 tons of bombs were dropped on north of Florence.
eaoln htona, Russin t troe p fn ayknown arrcaai ologist. became an alt-field and adjacent M stalls. 'd. Germans are still holding
In Estonia, Russian troops, in A President of the NationaltlUniver- tiorS on Iwo and Jima. their positions around. the
t- three-mile a advance westaofAn- fdheuly Pofesor Pa thl a tu .. operimeter of the ity north of
p41 t hha, sei1ed4&tyelostation Conly 14 foar M"revoltion t fared to be the Arno sending occasional
m il es "from the keyuncionofs t"revolu i on' b eae rector beo e oe
a- miles from the ikesy junction eded. His appointment followed e i nnschine-gn bursts along son o
lValga. The Rus is, capture od t weeks of student unrest di ng P nclaFiled the streets. in this strange situa
ocatiesin their rve toward the ich the faction was _oppose tow tl.. with the Germans in the
Baltic Sea. In area Raseinlai Li- Pl north andAlliedtroopsninssmei
Sthu-slan town 53. mites. nortieasrt the adm Inistration of enor noo lane Misigld h part of the cy annd lid Pirthl-,
of T'niit, German east Prussian dolfo Ecito Foucher. which suc- os n between t he city is ad ai
a"l city, "the Russian- repulsed needed in forcing his resignation GEORGETOWN. 2.0 ., AU 14 sarnu ia b etUrnin to normh M.I
as president after rioting caused P).- Widespread air ar4h so gradually t to nra
1PLEASE TURN TO PAG i ,COL. 3i"one death and many injuries far failed to late the Liberator
_as__ _ __o _ ,_. Sonedeathd_ mnye _inretie_ h Saeeibomber loaded withplsma, penli-
eillin and other meal supplies
N ilW which Is believed to have crai d
5. i the hinterland of Derbies
LDeputy M 8J F "ord ,UafIU country.
^..I ,^, ^be N 10 Dli O. United States Army authorities, n arsaw tPoles
Sbroadcastin .an appeal for aidn i.,als
To Head Hea lth Serviw ro thegroundw en said that theA
;tIcrew Is believed to have parachuted WLNDON. Aug. IS (Reuter,-.-To-1
ki safely after setting the automatic day's communique from General
' Colonel Sir Alexander Russell, additional Deputy Chief Medical control. Bor, Oommander-In-Chief of the
B Ofice ofHeath fr ad freMPolish "Home Army," said that the
e Officer(temporary), Department of Health for Scotland, and former Germans 'yesterday morning
Public Health Commissioner to the Government of India, Tbeen iltyMv n Toela unhe terttent att
beenMoving. Buy imedatm t eliminating Warsaw from
Selected by thqo.ecretary of btate for the Cooonies at .the request of 9' r jts. the battle zone. Ftxioux and stub-
the Government of Trinidad and Tobago to head the committee to T .B.s ae VTL S upply born fighting continues. we were
- review the Colony's medical and health policy. The City Council Finanforced to abandon one of th'e barn-t
Laft0om cads I Lu aciSrea et.Oveothenr
mittee, Meeting Yesterday nmoring,S Lcor nackt i s tarea et.aOn
is Other members of thedcommit-+ --.......-.. .. . . decided, to r e mta,y to. e. t-t' tl.s and a e hol
tee, the peraolhnel of which was Laws of the Unlvensi'ty of St. An- sheOf-o .e to the ouner.-attacks and are It
. announced yesterday, are: Dr. drew's, Scotland, the same year. Of Waterudaft oour mm wemIa0 o in. thewet. end o th c
Ceorge Campbell, well known city Sir Alexander did his profes wrinroid lec lit Ot the -I a ncre wMsl end ofr f eslys awei
' tcl; Dr. Jesse (h'll, retired sional studies at St. Andrew'srlA pa Avenue pre asm. ties to cut the enomys easto e"
Government medical officer and where he took the degrees M.A. er w which, It m ua. e,, couter
secetay o th Trnidd Banc M.., 1I.. ad MD.He took the understood. winl cast Six cs Atattacks Were repulsed. Enemy fartt-l
of the British Medical Association; Diploma in Public Health at Can.-1en tass, was mad to fery Is ehailing the city with "iR
the Honbl Sir .LAnnox O'Reilly,'bridge University and the Diploma -10 n911by0 th1, Boarsm e timde MleryrISpston There Itys V.ehtive dam-I
X-C., and the Holrble L. C. Han- In Tropical Medicine in 1912 at a M b-;the Fminamne omms m te gu pticu larl y s e xtensoledtamw.
nays, K.C. |iverpooL I0andithe Fine=* tasla" pertcuorlyITthe old town."
The committee, which has been During 1913-14 he was medical Isssg the matter last week,|.......
appointed In accordance with the officer of health, Madras City, fi'om askedMr C. Farrel City 3 e ,,,
resolution moved by the Hon-'ble|1912to 1917 Professor of Hy,inel' ee for a report.. "IlnDB H1['
Gerald/ Wight.junior member for/and Bacteriology, end from 15#1 to It 1.S.'Ple_ WHittod t Ma$R' l " .
P~ort-of-pain, and unanimo 1921 Professor of pathology at erich Mit." Medica o -
pase b teLegislative 0Counc2l Madras Medical College. -atha n-me h omi.H lm n r 31M fl_
on June II. will review the Colony's |In 1922 he became Director of I tha the wdte Is pe.
F medical ma healthpolicy anid con-.Public Health, Madras, is-1930-21| --PEARL HARBOUR READ-
Saier the u of the ad- Medicai Assessor with t%& oal, Alli--s Hhd O.- R o UA 'nT.IM8 SouthWst Paslc.
?|mu, 'arm o~u seervices and C ommnhmion os Labour 15ea tot/ji *'_ams vr u lan.1 A)- tm
m k e e m da o n .a d n 1 33 O fieia la g D e T o ,W 6 th $ le ly n
Inhi cbonth oton M~Dleco-Gneej ~ .~ T Bonomias Govt. b!esstfr ihl
Wight p. tedu out that 2_5 of 4erylc, and troma 1533 to 13K Pub _.e_ houdeee en other inatatatimes,
[recoi__n tica of the Medcl lie Health C.otmiseloaer with the|_W ..MH[]OTON,. AUg. 14 (Al).--in #31 on N IM I sIliN/ d |
Retorgaleatton Commttee._1934, Govfernment of lndle. |The Al.ie tuup oyer Demo and TlAsslte..lat a ,1Of t-
hd sot,, bee n carie ou Sr Len- Sir Alexndr was honorary sun-/two othe prwlous -- LIJuai and aumsha. L2beratos e raided Hid
nox _'R.iywas am member of gees to the Ktftrom Ia e ~.13K rinYome -- to the Italiani Goen Wiba on Su.nday. sinalh~g in- ,
Sir Alexandr James Hutuhso mis he ha "entigrr d adta b lhr fteadepoigamnto up.


'PHONE 4111

.~. ~


Enemy Ships Sunkrh

Prisoners Taken;
Light Opposition
"ROME, Aug. 13 (AP).-It was announced tonight that the beach-
heads on the south coast of France heads on the south coast of France
have been extended and widened, The islands of Port Groo and Le.4
pant and the mainland peninsula of Cap Negro have been captured,
_It was also announced that two
Small en y *hips were sunk and
ow er preoner take, but oppoeltion on,
r~o ll W rthe mainland reported oftelalu
Eisenhower r
asrf llght. Ent*
opposition hissalf
to be sporadic" ,
SaysNo enemy air at&
tacks have yet
beeWill F h n made.
Will Figlht On Tonight's offioia&4
said: "A subetao*,
" "-""* Atlied troops to.
COMMAND POS6T. Aug. 15 (AP)-A aether with gUo
General Dwight Eisenhower, sum- munitions aan a.
arising the situation In Prance suppilcshave beea
landed across the
na Press conference today said: beaches In south-.
'This week is marking a very GEN. WILSON ern France by
leftnite climax In one phase of dark this morning. The beacn.
he operational plan that has been head has been "tended and
n effect since D-Day.' Just widened during the day's cprs.
what will be the result in the tions, Encmv opposition rtenain
sium total ro one can say. It is sporadic and no enemy air attack
citain that the German forces have yet been reported."
congregated on the front are tak- IReuter says naval gunfirewas
lni a sound beating. very effective and toe task of
"In Lhe campaign lying ahead. landing the trooPs continued
numbers of such tactical victories without interruption. Returning
nust be won because even if we convoys are already leaving their
realse our fondest hopes in a assault area and new envoys are
situation such as this, we are still arrlvingi.
SlongR way from the Rhine. All Cap Negro it about 289 miles ea*t
of us are keyed un to keep on of Toulon and the islands are oft
intensifying our efforts to the the southern French coast south
moment of final victory--no mat- of Cap Negro.
er how lone it may take." Reports of American airmen who
He said the Allies are now flew over the beachhead area late
eallsine the opportunities they today said there were no signs of
had expected to have all through any concerted anemy opposition lk
he campaign because they had the areas they saw. One flier r,
xpectcd good weather. He ported: '"I could see our Jeeps .04
added, however, that the man who rucks and other vehicles ruatnil
attempts to measure the length of all over the countryside and their*
war remaining In terms of weeks was no sign of any fighting."
s not attempting to use as his An official report issued at I0.44
measure either his hunches or his p.m. said: "On the beaches of the
hinking. mainland where the landing wes
He went on to say that Hitler successful against light oppositioa
Ias nothing to lose by flihting to the operations is pro*eeedng astts
he last man and with the people factorily.'
tting unditer the heel of a despot Wor thS e belt he Ind111 m
not in spontaneouss co-operation that German pris.eae take-.
of a free people." as president sporadle fighting. owed als
Wilson said, there it no reason to demorallsatilon, primarily as & rea
expect them to quit until the bit- suit of the American break-through
er end. In northwestern France which they.
tarnd.fell meant that their Fatherland'
-- --downfall Isl ear.
Paris radio tonight broadcast 4
\fl~ll rOr~e j~t between Cannes and Nice and boo
Naval Forces Set re oeaand
tween Saint Raphael and Cap
CaIrat *, the eoutbort~iFrench
Nazi Ships Afire front. I cta"Gena n
ShpsMaitland Wilson. Commander-la
LONDON, Aug. 15 (Reuter).- Chief of the Allied Forces In the k
hrly today British naval forces Mediterranean area, "1 conduoting
Zevcely damaged several GOerman --
eassels in the Bay of Blscay. There IPLgAI TURN TO PAGE ,O.. S,
ere three engagements, In one of -.......- **
which German shore batteries
joined In without event. British 1 0t D O T
lips set on fire four supply vessels
nd a tanker. as well as a de- Asainst Hilelmcf
oyer. There were no casualties on AgilLs i Ut l M
he British ships, _--- -,1___ ____ 1




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Landings In South France

Show Power Of Allies
SVUZN Anglo-American troops landed
on the Normandy coast of France
Hto months ago the experts concluded
ihat our armies could land anywhere
r the European coastline. Confirmation
f this came yesterday when even more

powerfull Allied forces secured footholds
Uver a large stretch of the southern
toast of France. The Germans were not
taken by surprise, for only the day be-
fore they had announced that a huge
force of Allied troops had massed in the
Mediterranean and that operations were
W9foot, and had ordered the port of Mar-
*elles evacuated. But once again the
enemy has proved unable to prevent
invasionn in spite of fortifications long
Prepared for such a contingency.
SThe new landings are further proof
o f the Allied power which spells the doom
of the enemy In every theatre of this
global war. The Normandy operations
were launched on a grand scale and
strained the enemy's dwindling re-
sources. He has at no time been able to
cope with then, and in recent days
events have pointed to his suffering a de-
feat of such magnitude as must result
An a considerable weakening of his re-
sistance in northwestern France. It
speaks well for Allied strength that at
the height of the Normandy battle our
forces can enter upon what may be a
larger operation, in which the experience
gained in northwest France will be drawn
S upon to hasten the enemy's defeat. The
landings were timed to increase the dis-
comflture of the enemy. If the Wehr-
macht has at no time been able to pro-
duce the reserves with which to stem the
onrush of the Anglo-American forces in
the North, it will not be able to deal
with the new invasion, especially after
the disintegration in the North in the
past few days.
It is probably no coincidence that the
SInvasIo of southern France has come
only the day after General de Gaulle
called on the French people to rise
against their enemies, and General Eisen-
hower urged the Allied soldiers, sailors,
and airmen under his charge to blast
the enemy unceasingly and deny him
safety "either in fight or in flight." In
the Supreme Commander's opinion it is
possible for our forces to secure a victory
much greater than any so far won in the
West, and make this a fateful week for
S :.the Nazis.
* Destruction of the German army in
Normandy this week along with the
Snew invasion would make a deep impres-
Sslon on the German people and their
satellites, threatened as they are by the
P1 Red Army in the East. The prospects are
Already gloomy for the Germans in
France, and it is highly probable that
Sthe coming weeks will see the end of
.their four-year occupation of France.
MThe Allied objective is to make a junc-
tion between General Eisenhower's forces
-' and those of General Maitland Wilson.
1: Caught between these armies and with


the rnwhe re und nhimd alefying
their b t'e M y o-]% hated en bey
diiodp. Tt OfUu poftcy of fight.
Ing to. h flOLfga wa hUha to upr
tow" tpa u hal beft thler
downfall On SO many casIO, makbe It
more difflult kor them. The day la
nearing wf the WFrench will be able to
cleanse their *ol of the hated enemy,
and win he f trid which is their proud

Teachers Make Proposals
About New Education Bil
CERTAIN of the suggestions made by the
teachers' conference at the Royal
Victoria Institute on Monday in regard
to the new Education Bill deserve con-
sideration. One such Is the desire to
change the words religiouss grounds" as
a reason for transfer .or possible dis-
missal of a teacher. The conference
argued with some justification that this
term was not sufficiently specific, and
that it should be revised to make it clear
that denominational boards might
object to a teacher "on'the ground of his,
religious beliefs." This, no doubt, was
the intention of the draughtsman of the
Bill, for it is evident that a teacher who
ceased to be a Roman Catholic or an
Anglican and Joined some other religious
group could no longer expect to be
persona grata with Roman Catholic or
Anglican church boards. These boards
should then have power to object to his
continued presence in their schools be-
cause of his altered religious beliefs.
As we said when commenting on the
Bill last month it establishes new safe-
guards for the teacher. The conference
seemed to feel, however, that the ineffi-
ciency clause, which has been introduced
for the first time in teachers' legislation,
might operate to their disadvantage. We
cannot, of course, accept the view that
inefficient employees of any kind should
necessarily continue in the service, and
we regard the new section as one which
should possibly have been enacted before.
It is not difficult to see, however, why
teachers view it with suspicion in its
present setting, especially when denom-
national opposition to control of appoint-
ments in church schools by the Director
of Education is remembered. Teachers
feel it may be used as a means of ejecting
members of their profession who are not
as malleable as denominational boards
desire. There is, of course, the require-
ment that the Governor must have full
reports from these boards and the Direc-
tor. The Governor has to be "satisfied that
it is necessary to cease to employ the
teacher." But if it were made more defln-
Rte that the Governor must first be sat-
isfied that the teacher was inefficient, and
that his inefficiency was so great as even
to preclude his transfer to a less respon-
sible post, it might be that teachers as a
whole would be happier over this section.
Then there is the matter of the Gov-
ernor's decision being final in matters
appealed against, and not subject to
question in any court. The statement
about the court appears to be an inno-
vation here, and again in the atmosphere
of controversy which has surrounded the
introduction of the Bill it is easy to nee
how doubt may have been aroused in
teachers' minds. Some effort should
therefore be made to explain disputed
points to the Teachers' Union, and a
round-table conference with the Director
is recommended.






to aid and send COMFORTS to the WOUNDED


Our Men will CONTINUE TO FIGHT until



*pac kindly Iet W tepha uLid.

.... |


Pcondary l. PA Nci No Chld Refugees radunder way.
Chaguanas. 0To Leave Europe W-- Adult Class
......... W oodbrok Adult Class
To A Benefactor LONDON, Aug. 15 (Apt-WSirc th
I T AIorknowM..o tO Herbert Emerson. Director of S the Co With Concert
,Intll ,evaig e to rach inter-Governmtntel Committeeor Adult Uejatb leie ncOlt&
Tbagve rtf~Itack t tbouhstat sismoured sa Refugets, saijI todoy theNOAsi u- at wood bft dlgeed thj Sri
mybf111tal tthorities had refued'permission term'w
For tongue te m lao more able ad mo rhree ued Ps T e.etem'- r wk
,1for child refugees to lea"Ero. with a del. ghtta esr
Had i your gitt-utat mi ak ee s pean countries although the Allied sog,. ,retailons, eceo e a
flod.wue :, and neutral nations were willbg hmour.
Of kjndlyr words that eat my botrt Salilt. w* *SK S -
tk# occun Physie worktas stothae bod- by Mr It hftric
I hd, not let y ou % but ON-that fio" UMMrs
Of graitfutmah I dA as kee ta4 fel4
For honl.a.litdSo bew be ltter woa. ROMMEL RECOVERING sbW sprosi
And that h e at n $1toNIL io r it
madenI- *tsW--. u Mttmy aid LONDON, Aug. 15s ( neuter).--The "ispe'
,our rhih aBide t e latea irer POU0d t German News Agency sai that a We te htt --..
I ~Wilhelmstrams spokesman. reply%;ngY
o" Iaslo.a 5 o ke ywSmon toan inquiry. stated that c "a o
a .#. A.FRO M. UISvGWANKt. Marshal tommeld was comft-" jwss-byMP
41110"aan"M covering after his arm",m GatgvUM

.enq.'a TO

I~ -'e~

Gopt-qww Gets PROI
After Thu Menth ab Weit
Th a eRo a ete no r ba
pats. Abo-t Uree_ m age.
applied tohe le nte l it fle wt
tWmiu-n topatoaenu a o If
Swth wahicunlhl to Us iwas
ghen a form andreerred.th
Warden of La area for a roe ard.
I took Utme off on twooceawsone
and went t3 the La rma w aen's
office to get this rope card, but was
told it had not arrli"d f" the
Control Board.
I was notified that the cad had
arrived andagain had to take timeo
off and pay my Ipasage to A Ls e
when I got t the card.but w asto*
that the Ward Officer had O.K.
Iseant It to this oi al and It Is
now over six weeks-although I
have sent several persn u and tle-
phoned--and i receive the anme
reply, I will se nd I t."
r wrote the warden about it, but
this gentleman his either not re-
celved the letteror his time is far W r slowly down ark of tre ps at attention, His Ma-
to pei oustt.
iok e cious to attend to a Matter Jody a e Fog specta Baks lof kan 'India* Delsn.eHins
jllk e Con oar d au visited Aesoldi battling the Naoet rsh he Italian
Wilfl the Control Board authori- treat during a tu of advanced bases reeetly.-(Canlhdan Army
ties make it possible Ito change this photo).
system so that such unpleaantness
and waste of time and money is c o
stopped? ITA le
isK New ed findings Meeti,,g
Salaries For CoN Rillamr in resistance In First Stages
The Editeor, w"Tr a ari an."
Smepeolea"e kikkhg against yEN34gLDXN .
the tde that the r onstrol of the t b g W t NNXi' L DIXON
electricity affairs of thb ty should WITH THE ALL mD FORCES AT. Churchill Saw Final
be taken over by the City Council, TACKING SOUTHERN FRANCE Landing Preparations
but they don't appreciate that If Aug, 15 (AP)-Untl a few hour
this is done, the counlcillor would before the troops stormed @shore ROME, Aug. 1.5 (AP) .o-l
be Justified In skin, for salaris in southern France coastal defence- mouncement of the invasion of
and perhaps get goced Jobs, of these under elly of Hitler's Europer southern France permits the
Formerly some stupid meo, who aopared to be about twice at disclos'ire that the n esin our-
moat people considered were able tough as those encountered at Nor- pose of Mr. Churchill's visit to
and prominent In this C olony mandy. But the expected resist- Italy was to be here for the
thought It an honour to serve the, dance failed to materlallse. I watched final preparations of the opera-
City f Port-of-Spain Without any4the landing from a B25 Mitchell tion. Mr. Churchill had spent
pay at all. But today, as our presentsbeirber 1,000 feet above the the past week conferring with
councillors want to be pai, and beaches, a
can see their way to get a salary by t As far a s miles na military leaders eand snat n
taking over everything they apssi- .Ambar as or .0 iinl there troops In this theatre cokon
bly cn, they will little by littleowaXasconsistent lack of any sign the newest venture. He has
become chairmen, managers, etc; of a struggle to mark the entire a'so given some attention to
of several concernsmin this Colony, ruorqed landscape. From mv vantage Balkan matters. conferring
get jolly gcod slarice. and natural- Point It appeared that the new with Marshal Tito, among
lr fee, they have done well The I Allied blows to liberate France are othlict'r.
more work th ey have to deal with ml eti nr withl almost no resistance
thp more money they will make for in the firt stages.
themselves. Can you blame them?, Preliminary reconnaissance In- N azis Fall Back
And if we find after some time dicate that the shore defences
that the electric power of this city would form a hard shell not too
is in the same nmes as the water W ell supported from behind. Twice u m n
City Councill:rs who are in charge, nvr tie defences in reconnaissance n r
and therefore responsible for what 'plnes They were bristling With AeONTINU ID FROM PAGE ij
takes place? s pgunss f behind heavv emnlacement. the Germans were probing alonl
No. certainly not, we are smart However, I saw few indications of the south limits of the trap fo
enough to blame all sorts of other strong defences farther inland. wfak spots through which theti
things, but certainly not them. And It still seems incredible that we thousands of confused soldier
when more trouble canes along, ,not been fired upon as we might escape. Some of then
they will naturally arrange so as to lew In with gliders of parachute braved a hail of shells and bomb
have their pay Increased; d how troops. It is also strange that eatingg off the gap on the east an'
can we complain when we are the nsvl ships and landing craft un- escipcd during the night, and it i
ones who want self-government? 'itolng their cargoes of men and uncertain how much of the Seventl
CITIZEN. w uinment, should not have been Army, estimated from 100,000 tc
Port-of-Spain. ehnwered with enemy fire. Ap- 20,000 strong, still remained in
patently, bth the Afitr Forces and side.
Poultry Keeper Complains he Navy did a powerful job In (The German troops being
M neutralising the shore defences trapped are estimated at 50,000,
The Editor, "Trinidad GSainn." during the thunderTing three-hour possibly more, Reuter says. About
I find it is high time the auth,:r- bombardment before the land the s aime number was reckoned
Cities did something about assault, to have got away in the last 48
the unequal distribution of Along the entire coastal sector hours. Also in the last 48 hours
chick feed, as the pre- anti-aircraft batteries were so Allied Air Forces are believed to
seut method is certainly a di! densely packed a few days ago that hrve destroyed at least 1,000 Ger-
grace. Recently I tried my best to 'olenes officially reported flok man vehicles, including many
obtain a bag of feed at one of the "Intense." yet no one aboard the tanks.)
distributors, but with no success. 'plante from which I watched the General Patton's Third AmericaL
Aoout 12.55 p.m., after waiting assault saw a single shot fired, or Army fought to within eight mile
for half an hour a car pulled up nv sign of activity as the gliders of Falaise on the south without re
Immediately there was much hust- landed. gard to the action still raging ir
ling, five bags were transferred int. The pilots who carried the pars- Argentan, five milesbehind It. Thi
the back compartment and away I white troops over also reported hard-riding force had driven 21
went. Similar incident Occu 'iey encountered no fire and all miles in three weeks.
time and again, but nothing th 'planes sparently returned The Americans on the offensli
done to assist John GQ. Public." safely. Cracking of the de- at the western end of the corridor
Government, I suggest, should see fences was impossible until a few solidified their hold on Ger Oer an
to it that anyone who buys five or hotrs before the actual landing fought eastward to within a mi
ten bags should be called upon to started. Otherwise, the bombard- of the highway Junction of Tinchel
show return as regards his poultry mei t would have telegraphed the bray.
stock. The whole affair appears no- punch. But the time came during The American capture of Don
thing but a racket. Everything is t- final pre-invasion hour when front, the enemy's southern strong
black market-?cultr feed, ehck- a blow had been struck. Then all hold in this sector, was confirm
ens, egs--and among many who available air-power poured high American forces put a sealed sectc
should know better. expliNO, on gun-emplacements, where OGetman armour was re
SHARRY .WILLIAMS ani all visible targets. ported probingI the Allied lines, I
Port-of.Spain. The air attack was supported by capturing La Fertemace between
tnasml fire of a magnitude never Domfront and Argertan.
Cultural Step-Up Urged before unleashed in this theatre. Lmashingut at the Gertmans. t
t dt T BeNnd the beach defences lies west of the Orne, the Britis
The Editor. "Tiedthte. ihan. ,higher pound t which the Nazi pushed ahead several miles soul
I think it is m thatGovern-, defenders might ee. Getting o of Thury-Ha -ourt and within
ment intervened to asist the, un- thge helebts and cutting the ene- mile of the Importandt w i'm

cutreso person 0tr nmaB onure adu-lt T mahe Ama mdr 1oh Ar t i le ofi that importnitia Gt'a'
cultured persona of this entire cra- m- off was the main Job of the positions at Conde-sur-Noireau.
unity. For the betterment of our air borne boys who dropped from Clean-up of the Breton penli
future generations effort should be the sky to helo put pressure on ula was marked by slackened r
made to find means by which edu- the defence shell from Inside, sistance ac Dinard across the be
cation could be made compulsory Theirs. unquestionablv ts one 01 from St. Maio and was the scer
If parents of children will not co- the toughest jobs in the entire op- of some of the heaviest fighting

oSehan Fernano.g sn ge r_ set* of teoeietff the hatd Brisn vll ns
osidea teittio n ot evi s i e the Brgtwasy shdon tev progren ss
the cildre shold betaskies,~ butr eo the German denes havepong e the focew ich nede aoss Be:
CoemmitesThdk sin.tcteopla~l ei pa proved through It alyn tlhat-~ r 0mls o fNn
Th dto,'riia 0i te rego abou hiin wha oTisn ove Stoo oNaddked inow int
The egr Wefar Culura an thy do't ntsee. cnc te in eviewnfthe allie lNout

Social Association and the Dico- " """~ings In southern France.
ery-EmanAllied DBombsmmLand
eg to publ.cly thank His WorshipndAlid~ ms~n
he Mayor. Aldermen and Council- O Ow Tertry
cii, the Belmoast Orihanage 3as a. '~ ALLIED EXPtDIT IONAR'
and those city firm, factoraM, ba ODN u.1 AP.-ih-OCAg.1 RUeI-lwn
cries and individuals who 13nC on ODN u. 5"P.-lh perCE u.1 lu ,-wn
form or another contributed to the Latin American delegates attended percent of the bombs *,,im ystser
the psnngmetig o th Iner-day's large force of four-engine,
treating of over 9W0 children, and theovernme eting Co fithee IntRer boaners directed against the Pa
making~ a o 1/ the Diov tiorn Oo~ernmewhialhCommittee onud Re lalse defence, fell short and lande
Day eleraton f I nlssriefugeS hic begn te sudyofn the Alliese' own positions, It ow
success it was, post-war problems5 of European be revealed today,
GASKYND GRAINGED. ge refugesa. am Latin Americans A Canadian A~my staff offce
Port-of-Spain. were the Amlbassadors of the Ar- revealed that the percentage c
.....__entine. Brasil, Chile, Venezuela bombings during yesterday's clam
and also the DominIon Minister', air support which fell on Aile
Student Says Thanks Bolvian Charge d'Affaires, also positions, caused a number c
The Editor, "Mknl~ad Osnardia" the FaI Secret~rv of the Colons- deaths of Canadian soldiers a,
Allow me to uise ypour nae IMan mas and Seond Scre- resulted In several bilng posted a
am a medum to thank alsl stheS titry ef the Mexican Emba~sy. min and wounded.
responsible for maling o' SUI'fs Ambasdrs ar Argentina Re said that the Initial toll
classes a sucess. an Vensauela were named nmwn- wounded might ris in the opinioa
As a student I fid the mann~ier hr of a sub-committee which O h emdclatotean s
lin which everyhn 15 doew O5 meets onWednseaay to study pro thre wa sousel d~oubtinthe, candes
worty o menior. ~ I edure. The full committee meetS therei wowid oubthat they eigl
It 15 a ~ k ho again o Thursday under the chair- hae been Injured bya Alled orth
one can learn mis so short SIt mansmip of the High Commis- aenmia fire. The bombing how
hoping, the tim is 3501 far sooner of Australia.evrdinomtralyafc ,
....h.n .-- --- e-- of mattack hicy waffc th

owners desirous of having thelr'
registered motor vehicle tyres re-I
capped must deal direct with any
of the following firms:-
Port-of-Spain and San Fernando.

40, South Quay, Port-of-Spain.

24a, Prince Alfred St., San F'de.
Applicants who have submitted
applications which have not yet
been returned to them are advised
to comply with the above in-
Emergency Board

No. 27 of 1942.
GOODS ex th
Hornos of t)
No. 28 of 1942.
GOODS take
Spain ex t
Buena p
port of Se
Tne Proceeds
at Port-ot.i
said 85. Q
No. 5 of 1948.
lanes of Bt
The Proceeds
said SA. 0

that by virtue o

I of Appraisement
from the Prize 0
Tyres and Tubes are now issued matters, there w
to Motor Trucks subject to the sale at Public
strict observation of the rates laid door* of the Su
down in tWe Couds Vehicles Rates of-Spain (facing
Regulations 1944, and it is notified Wednesday the
for the information of the Public tember, 1944, at t
i that a conviction for a breach of the following |
r' these Regulations will auto- seized in Prize,
r matlca:ly result in the forfeiture
s of all tyres and tubes Issued to the Co'.ton and
n person so convicted, cotton and
s J. G. GOLDIE, materials, i
1C Secretary, Transport Emer- towels, three
S agency Board. camera sn
o) August 2, 1944. anundrewl
o ugust 19 ______ other artUc*
Control Board The said goo
Notiee for sale in seps
Notlee lot will be sold 1
Sthe appraised v4
PAINT Thesaigood
9 PAINT "be viewed at a
sgistrar and I
An increased allocation of Paint Court Red iHou
from the United Kirgdom has been on the Monday 1
approved to Include requirements diately precedl'a
of Oil Companies. the hours or%
s Secretary. Control Board. Dated thisU lit
- Old Post Office Building. 1944.
n 7 St. Vincent Street,
is Port-of-Spain, .(gd.) &. T.
50 14th August. 1944. i


n- Consideration will be given to applications I
I- questing a change of their nominated wholesaler.
or Applications must be made in writing, stfting r
e- quest and must be received or be in the post not ll
ay 19th August, 1944.
en No undertaking is given that requests for obeangI4
ill %tReES
ne It is hereby notified that Ucences for the lmpS
in portation of motor vehicles and spares, tyre rep"
r material and equipment will only be issued in tuti
st, mendatlon ot the Transport Emergency Board.
r- Applioations for licences for the importation I
er of the above should therefore be submitted thro
of Emergency Board.
es. Secretary,
t- Old Post Office Building,
- 7 St. Vincent Street,
12th August, 1944.


inaI pAeifiaish amat I
Ueelai M ToO&k nu9rem oves
of fuiagaw~ia fope~lags$peed...

DIMoS oa*
As -.O A

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Government Ml


The Nlanning and NoSn AppWUM- 1 o
Cpinmluon b under cousdera- PetrOleum T1a%
t"t Oh. quetion f leaVng a potr-, te tSt
Uoot land at Morvant to any expe i
person desirous ot erecting a 04otkutt
years on a
building for use as a Cinema. _ing by
Any person who may be inter- to 84j3 plus
osted are Invited to submit appll-!a"e* With A
ston at the
atlons to the Commmwsln mfor the salary fora, of
leae of such a site stating the service payabler o
main terms on which they will be lenti' servicem
terest at 3% Paer
prepared to ite such a lease and the full term ofr
submit at the same time plans completed. OnB t
and specifications or th blWdOM minaton of the-.
proposed to be erected, sales to the TJt
All apolicatlons should reach the be provided for t
commission not later than the and his wife ad
31st August, 104. ceeding 4 peran
]. T. nVNT. and vacation lha
Seeetary, six weeks for
Planning and Housing twflve months oi
Commission. allowance pay
2. St. Vincent Street, propriate ete
Port-of-Spain. Application
14th July, 1944. to the Colonial
.- House. Prt-
Tronsport Emergency Board not later than the
-..... TRINIDAD A1
All registered motor vehicle (Colonial Court





go l and
Y) es.oHe
Iime mand ane
pbit out that
I du n to Wwor-

dteour de o

aMlb two -nro
t 4. at.h 21st
ad O eral Mont-
fo1rce United

^*py a Fnd rGencha

enbsuthern France
b onIn admchn

,Jlnd strckm nared i
*I W i~l~y between
aimd Cap Camrat.j
t-yl a or- epondent

Im n sthtern rano

ma head fasa ainst
Thosanbeds of
aem bracing the Ri
s and truck inolanc
stGerman dfanci
bea aim of Joihin
Na corrmanponden
MU t .b aftearoon tb
wel Into southern

thed fiat aain-
Who were caug t en
merplt. Thousands o;

ad airborne tIroopia
S la.d at 4.80 am. In
p>ton *outhern france
began in much thi

that on Normandt
b bward compared -i
M* I-Normandy land
*Ht than 800 war'
4y sorts the greater
*wr assmbled in thi

the firAst Ia
wenlMt ashore In broad
pI.8TJ a~m. (1.20 ajn
eW' sral unldintgflec

StMara l d an
bonbdent pe.

a Condredsefrabl
wais etweenaNicero
on faf the in na:o
e aerial softenile
H ad been in pro3
"bad been mad(
by a nosederable
*West between Nice

Radio reported tha
A ofr the Invoelow
*e Raerhael, hi mills
I of Cannes. famous

aby od freythere
r ort, end told
iinat Borme., 2E
w not much news set
Mtm by sea, Reuter
S.d picture of the
airborne troops flew
9S by Godfrey Tal-
0,AO correspondent.
hundreds of para-
British and Amern-
well Inland from
Son the falr ide of
L An hour or two
Sarmada of 'planes
5 over the Jagged
over the hills and
the valleys. Not a
SdTalbot says; there
and no enemy
Ealt Wa not a sole-
gno sin of any
some kmoke near
Teen came the
hundreds of them,
on the ioeld.,
I t* tops. One after
Sadeso slipped out
w. There was a
and out came men
S part In the as-
Pesnt the southern
S under General Sir
MWM ilson's supreme
0 1 e n t o f G e n e ra l
,foWer' in the

en4 tharg
wre designation and
the Invadlng armies
W VU'.ltarv secret. Its
SWA also not idenU-
tjsued here to the
a u nr reports that
jflfOT..Oeneral Jacob L.
to General Wilaon,
SUtunder of the In-
Srican units formed
spearheads. some
been through
la. SIcily and
IIle them are French
smunique reported
are also parti-
Navy commune.
onlyto the landing
SAmerican troops.I
indicated that the
san were among
source empha-
,entire operation,
the operations
Prane, had been
weeks to dove-
.qM~e Elsenhower
*-- -o the French
L^ t^ooanas of men








Where The New Landings Took P4lace

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Lanes Swamp

Victoria 5-0 In

S.A.F.A. Game
SaN FERNANDO, Aug. 5.--
Lanes scored an easy five-nil tri-
umph over Victoria when the teams
met In a S.AJA. first leaguer at
dinner Park yesterday afternoon.
The game was played on a water-
sed ground. It was tame and
slow, and the victory played all
over their opponents.
Blenman (in goal for the losers)
was particularly outstanding and
his display was the chief reason
why Lanes sent the sphere into the
maehes only five times.
The goal-scorers were Eddie Pro-
cope two, C. Charlow. D. Charlow
ani Eric Pitt one each.
Mr. A. Durity carried the whistle;
while Mr. J. Barker and Y". P.
MacAllister ran the lines.

Shamrock Play
Notre Dame Today
Notre Dame and Shamrock who
are tied with three points each for
third berth on the league standing.
will be clashing on the Queen's
Park Savannah in front of the
nt*wnel this aft-ornnnn In a *T A W&

1B. i..a--n n- --- -c. o, JIU -J11B UIbCLlatiJI Ut 5 i n A A -A.'
asewa "7 Alliedlanldngs on mouth. soast of Frlncee which were made yesterday morning. By I flrst leaguer.
afternoon thetwoIslands of Port Ores and Levant and the mainland peninsulsa of Cap Negre were Shamrock displayed splendid soc-
at -ed marked No. Ien? the? m N.. Imindlete German reports of Allied landings, not eon. cer on Saturday, to hold the
firmed by the Allies, at San Rafal. Inset shows the northern and southern drives. '.A.F.A. champions. Fleet Air Arm
------ .....to a 4-all draw with a late 20-
were Involved in the prepr- minnutes rally, and will go all out
tons for the operations. For r this afternoon against Notre Dame
through Intensive special training. B uon L backs, and will depend chiefly or
.A fleet of warships was massed In Separated AgainO 1- v;sS;l n Red Burnett to wrest the fixture
athe Mediterranean. Some ofthe O-*"llc gi f M.IV||C(Cit| today.
shilps had participated In the HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 15 (AP).
Normandy landings ohduf June 6, sBore Ri.e
e while some of the warships used heiress wife, BarbaranHuttond his l and alBre ifl
had been sent in recently from the Grant, were separated, accord-Hu U I1 Shooting Results
The German radio saidIng to the spokesman for -- The first stage in the Small Bore
The German radio said: "The Grant's studio. They were mar- Championship rifle shooting coin-
supreme hour has struck. It is tied in 1942. Mrs. Grant was Deep eascern continued to be petition was shot recently and the
the hour when we must throw married previously to Alexis shown here yesterday over the f a results were not as good as might
tinto ba ttle the last little ounce McAvian, a Georgian, and of the schooner Island Queen re- be expected, probably due to lack
B of our strength." Count Reventlow, former ported still missing with an excur of core of
Astounding Invasion Spanish nobleman sin party of 57 on board ever o practice, the required score of
iR AN since er departure from Grenada 291 was lowered 285.
Aot .y St nen onS atuay This resulted in 21 compe-
Went Off Easlhy Augu ..s... ..... tns f nr Co. Lt Jn a turdayd tors passing to the second stage.
ad E e Mt EIAugus t led by H. WaRwen with a s ore of
]By HERERT L. MATTHEWSsslaris 'PJPublished list of passengers in-297 out of a possible 300.
"The Tes correspodet repr- n l f dictates those on board the missing Th competitor Is from the well
ting the Cemn e American vessel were as follows: kno n oret R esrote 1el
IPress with the American Forces. ngtsno r Jh u twilb oe ta one
SOUTHERN, FRANCE Aug 15 decivre Knight, Assistant Government but it will be noted that Pointe-
(AP)-The amazed American Army rotary; Ian Hughes, son of Captain caplerre and San Fernando are
numberingmany.,manv thousandsis (CONTINUED FROM PAGE i 1J nEarl Hughes of Messrs. G. A. Hug- close behind.
well Into southern France today ^ginsand Co., Ltd., Jean Fraser and The results are given below and
hee gint stuter rasce been one enemy infantry and tank Patsy Fraser, daughters of the metric cards have already been
ady oin t eas but nhas u a ndee ienn anhe e r d Ho Alc F er f iven tothe competitors with tt
virtually with out oppositions, and inflicted heavy losses Hon'bl e Alc Fraser of S. Vincent,
with amazingly small casualties n men and material. A broadcast Mrs. Freda Archer, wife of the act- instruction that they are to be
The Germans were caught con- b- the German News Agency, Ina g headma ter of the Boys' Be. shot at by August 21:
PeThe bans wer e isc auagt eo Transocean, however, declared Lhat ndary School and her two children La TTn 29. LWay 24: J. Cnt am-
pltl ysrrs.Wa ew ,I H.gWe rn 29TH.: ay1-9gs f24: a
Germans were waiting for us have Raseinlal, which the Russians cap- Ian and Thelma and her sister brldle 293. Z. crooks 293. F.G C. Mar-
GemascatuerMn ed on August wareoure
been scattered n or captured. Men, tur 9 was reconquered Mrs. Clarce Hughes, wife of Mr. del 29; A. Ford 29, H Hick a1
tanks 0, aTiery and maeia fCgip 240: A, a .. .K n it2:C.T
been scartileyadteredl or all ,.. the Germans on Monday. It Russell Hughes tf George F. Hug- pet(;, tdta 9: A S. Cur nyon 31. C
ids have been pouring Intomsid that Granders of the Silesian gins and Co., Ltd ; Denise Slinger TpOinre 290, W. Cuthbert 2 9. C. mrp
ee separate bealche since Infantry division and Elite par- and Dawne Slinger, dL.ughter. of 2A: H J H Netb"rSole 29. 5II.M Traf
N Hour at eight o'clock. chute troops, killed or captured Dr, A. Slinger, Resident urgeon mford 211 R W. Skinner 2AS, H. G. M

HHur t e ih~u tH o'clBeork.l" pto etua h l Lck Oo inSrdLnoxT r
By now we have built u such a the entire Soviet garrison there. Grenada Hospital; Ernest William- mth 2: Trlnsham 2.
strength It seems almost certain [United Press states that DNB son, son of the Hon'ble Arnold
hat we have come not onl toIn a Berlin broadcast quoted Williamson, member of the Legis- THE TRINIDAI
r stay, but also to push on. This Dittmar as saying in a frank lative and Executive CouncillsI
ought to be a decisive blOw for admission that the Soviets caved Grenada; Albert Douglas, son of
France and everybody is astound- in the Germans' central sector, Mr. A. A. Douglas. Competent CT E
er that it went off so easily, and are knocking at the tes of Authority, Grenada; Humphrey N.. U II NIN
T RO German territory, and te site- Parris, Manager, Grand Anse E-
weIGH OF Tl R OR nation In France i s delicate with tate; Simeon Francis. Layinka 1R K R
ha en a night ter the most skilful manoeuvres ne. Scoon, Doreen Scoon, E dith Wil- BR K AG
as hdUd en pu igh tu. te oeary by the German generals eams, Shea Marryshow, Lo ise
fTeo' all French people alOn ge to extricateo their forces from the dMarryshow, Rita Gos Sylvia

gunempaceent an wodefulbrige 50 ard lngbuit b so tw garrsforw Notre Dames Sylvia ~ l>O" -
belacs aend resort Places. Smepocket in which they are entangled. omas, Monica & nfleld, Gertrude
paying with their lives and the Dl ttmr said the lermans are Bleasdill, Irva letcher Elleen MP ANY
destruction of their homes, now fighting a race with time, James, Lucy DeRigga, Lucy Pater. W t
But the Allied Air Forces held to stave off the enemy until cer- son, Estelle Steele, Jocelyn St. Be- ( L Whiteman)
back their heaviest tell-tale r taids tan technical weapons now nard, Helena Rapier, Jean Evans,
until daylight. T'res hours of under development are per- ell George, Claire Paterson

Persegedetsad he landing theb, sfect al So4hanone en xtrwill Geore Claivmvsre so pA iTff ITB
hell Preceed he landing. B1mb, foted.) Myrl Minors, Lester Richards, Joan Begs To Announce
naval gunfire and rockets flamed Ayrounce
and roared Intorther ach frome MOscow radio sid that the Run- Richards, Mira Arthur, Donald
ad aylight until -Hour Before thes o sian Baltic Fleset sent the major Linak Godwin etroude, Lennox
part of Its submarine force Into Howell, Ian Hughes, R. St. Bernard,
smoke lifted the troops were at to prevent up pus and re-Augfe Husbands, George Myne T
streaming up the beaches, hardly tU 13 re hn erge.
believing their luck as engine Inforcemerlts reaching the Ger- Ruby Peters. 0. Callender
blaitedn Ttheirl y emen mane r by sea. The Red Air .Force Hence Marryshow.-1 Elias Sadowici ,
blasted their way througwas also aiding In this work, and Bernice Swapp, Joseph King, Sin-N W H

nTa' preetin theay Nazi froe et.. clalr Jonsn "l- NE
walls and the troops drove In tivng the Nazis froCclair JohnnThes Steele
with hardly a shot coming fromtn out. Other sectors of the Henry Coward, Jerome Alexander,
the Germans. Per hlp ..vr oly v E A TMENT
The Germans will doubles rally tic front are flaming. Pearl Phillip, vers Rowley, Eva
and thro answinlfor tlesstohaltlthe The German radio spoke of Fletcher. DEPAR
and throw in forces to halt the furious fighting around Adona, 75
push as soon. they can. but, miles east of Riga, and at Krus- INTERMEDIATE RESULTS TO r
meanwhile, there was nothing but pils. 25 miles southwest of Madona Sporting Chb defeated CasalsT E
Jubilation at the almost bloodless where the Russians launched 17 2-1 and Notre Dame gave Sham- to re
success of the great operation, attacks In the last 24 hours. At- rock 42 beating in the two In-

roB e 4- betn ino theh tw" P-c ATRCE
Units on the flank did not have it tacks are continuing from the termedlate matches played yester-
quite so easy, but they, too, e Warka and Baranow bridge heads da y.
well inland and moving fast. What 28 and 130 miles south of Warsaw Hubert Moore and Freddie Wyke .IlHenry St.Near I X,
everybody wanted to know first respectively o Von Hammer report- scored the goals for Sporting Club,
upon landing was why the Ger- ed that reinforcements for the while Frankie Wailler banged home New Furniture of
man did ot put up a fight. Baranow bridgehead were stream- a penalty for the losers.
They had mple coastal defences, ing across the massive timbeu Edgar Mathieu smashed home Descriptlon eds,
g emplaclents and wonderful bridge 550 yards long, built by 9-two goals for Notre Dame, whilc
positions behind the beaches. SO viet engineers and constantly pro- Tony Castillo and "FIsh" Josep Mattreise, Giss &
I went straight to the prisoner tected bh Soviet warplanes. Guer-netted one goal each. .
cage where 125 Germans gathered. rillas fighting In Warsaw are now C a Ware ek.
It did not take long to find out in the 16th day of siege, according SECOND CLASS GAMES
what was wrong. There was not to a Bor communique distributed Two second-clan matches are ery, et, etc.9

ten segat saidre. nw h J P special Sviet aoucm en f ixture 0x2 wil bed 12polgh 2.0
any fight lef' in them. One mas-cin London. carded for todayand the Cpotlight
ter sergeant said he kt~wW the ji special Soviet announcement fixture will be Malvern vs. Preston CORRECT PRICES
army in northern France had been by the Moscow radio said that on new ground. Referee will be
broken. For three months they 140,000 Germans were Pilled on Mr. R. V. McIntosh Clarke. The
had realised that the war was lost. Marshal Koney's First Ukrainian other match will be Benbow-Provi- Your Insapections
They said "there is no reason to front between July 1 and Aug- dence on 2nd class ground. Mr.
fght. For whom should we fight?" ust 1. Carlton John .will referee. 1.
"Are you not fighting for Hitler L E _B
any vore."Iasked. They replied: F RA.
"That's It. Anyway, we have got r
nothing to fight with." Their de-
meanour contrtd remarkably ECAPPI G
with the happiness of the French.-RECA PPIN G
PROMOTION CONFIRMED 1 4-Burner Electric Stove.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 15 (Retu-
ter).-The promotion of General 1 Large Mahogany Press. On account of the present large demand on our
Patton to the permanent rank of
major-general was unanimously 1 6 cubic ft. G.E. recapping equipment, we should like to ask our
confirmed by theSenat1 today. I Refrigerator. customers to arrange for on appointment to
IElectric Fan.'assure quickest possible service. Ample supplies
of material are reasonably assured to take care
1 50-Egg Oil Incubator, of everybody.
1 Zeissikoa Ikoslex Can;ero

IR oman lth in perfectC s
1 Lewn Mower. Pasen" r Sixes:

NH S 1 4' 6" Spring-filled 5.00 x 16, 5.50 x 16 ..... $10.00
Mattress... 6.00x 16, 5.50 x 17. ..... ..... 11.50
SH O ES 13' 6" Spring-filled 6.50x16 ...... 12.50
1 Columbia Electric uek Silzesi s

wlth Seperete Loud 6.00 x 20 .. 18.50
Speaker.6.50xIf20 20.00
Speaker. 7.00 x 20/32 x 6 10-ply 22.50
)0 p r pap"ir14 h.p. Ford Yn In good 7.50x20 10 an d 12-ply L a 25.00
condition. (Tyres Good).

= -- "-ow",e New Tyreo eud one old

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Win The War A-elatle Trbdmiad and Tobng ,

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Collections Holy Trinity Cathedral Kingln| liog' tFnil for
Mrs. radl.y Sale Sweet Drinks Overseas CotingsenI Welfare
Comptroller stalf. Ctlutoms a Kexrle RedM Cross
Mrs. Grtgort. Forest Rlserva Raffle Red Cross
Childrmen' Jumhle Sale, Forest Reserve Red (orn ..
R.tinornt Orphanage Rod CrossM
(:ollectionn Christ Churrh. ,. areds K X tnrind for Stllnrs
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P A F SenesnelnT Frund
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Trtldn i nverepa, ('nntingeont W'lfarte
witplinix to fiarniIn
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Standard Life
Awamamee Co.
EAbtbs tof the Woo
Idies fmt N 76m
Marine wua r.O.L

Thousands of people
suffer constipation, i
bfllouMess and liver t
troubles tcedleesly.
Their 4dscu a s 1 i- W
Paired and bappinaes
deutroyed. Headaches ae teeeM.

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bo sea d d Wba 4M0u a obo
is ft- Va MMMMM bwy
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fn than hslf eof dIpMUa ln doene blow
he belt-ic ysw S eeo( bolel. So e hn
aisHtie .in t 1 thestre 82 "M AND be1Mr th& V!h.
Wht yom my need is Cart' Li Uttle Livew
lsla to w e l tt "toet tu
5feet"- of bowels..II
Take e Carter's Uttle I.ver Pill hlbre sad
tw imes. T hak tMK ccann t bdircaem.
ay help wo up larger now of th 3 sIe
ift ve -U In your atomch AND bmowves-
rpyou 1thrl. *ht you have mta in Nate's
Thml mtnw.t fortlks t the kind of reliet that
kes you feel better from your head dI ymlr
s. Just he ae yu get the genuine Carters I
die Layer Pills from vour dcimiet Price: 3%

Victory In Sight
The beginning tof the end;
Sthe dawn af a New Day and
Pesee and Goodwill towards alli
men-the Werld made safe for
Ladles, yeu must play youre
part In winning the peae
by uinf eur fame "3Uno-
nice texture, in sun tan and
Speech at Ae. per bex
MadamU Alveaga air Grew-
*OAP, *Ie
Do y agre that that ase.
binatlen makes a goad beaci-
Fitz-Clarenc e Spencer,
"The BoB M arch Houst
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House built of toM
taing 3 420=1 LZwUu
storerooim, OpM M l
Bath, iXtchen,
Room and Watch w.
Very Wealthy Oood
and af Dothhtg.
Pefte CaUv4my
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Sland. SutMabl OrMi
Fr erftwula A"I to.
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at. Ma r's Oiatnaa.

I1 HE needs of te
War Effort mut
i S come Ait One
/5^ *a of th pecial I'b

gredients that makes Peast Tnspamat
Soap so different from all others is reqursd
for war purposes. That is why you caa't
have your old favourite Pears at present I
but after the war this old friend wil
with you sin.

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,Talk Of Trinidad M

HBU W OT, the Acting Govemr UMd dM Wr&ght. seam-
i r 3Nba, 50oMuM, Prof. BUiiaeM O. A. and_
or" 0ju-SS3. 4 and-ant.&- Clart kea6te`00" S
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[Via 4000MIII~nd sa Mrs. ii Atoue tth

A. DAJIs WVl tb held at h Portuguese Club, I& Queae' Park
SA o a tanry. August 19. and members a asked to aply
Wbbe for their freed a er ty as possible.
'am vinl~g wll me mebers-evening and Ers. Ren
O OWN will be rW~ -- .. .; "T 0
&SIM abasa Arrange a erle of items tmtmlcal. ste.), which wl
&W 7t1120.Thi will ba. followed by dancing. These members'
aft ry'popular And it is expected that there will be a

ROCHE.O talented pianist, spenlt the weekend at Pointe-
lI m arn ad on Sunday went to the club with hi host and
NO entertained the members who were present by playing
a ying ws grea appreclatad n many O those who
jr ,swim earlier in the morning turned up to hear him.
SI eM knew, by the way. that Mr. Roche was a pupil of Rach-
minafofand played for the B.B.C.
31L M5W BARR gave a lecture at Pointe-a-Pielrr Club on Sunday
evening. His subject was Berthoven's violin concertos. Mrs.
Sw illustrated by piano accompanilment and by playing Beethoven' s
M on the gra-ophone.
Amongthose present were Mr. Cha.rle Stinforth, Dr. and Mrs.
L i.dards. Mr. and Mirs. A R. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Ealls Cooke ,
EP ft argreaves, Mr. Fred Roche, Mr. Bill Coward. Mis EDorothy
Mr. Dudley Gllespie, Mr. McGee and a few other R. N.

Jk MALOOiM WId E and heifamilv returned from Monceaux'
S WerMe afar a fortnight's ,6ay. Mr. MilM was unable
jay tie ole time,- due to pressure of busiCesM, but managed
p f* or the weekendse. 2
& VEBT QULET WEDDING took place at the Registry Office on
Dr ioay morning when Mis Rigel Orehl. the daughter of Dr.
4e,,rm = O and the late Mrs Orell. was married to Lieut. ,Edward
wm"anl, VS.N. The bride's father was one of the wine.se.
A small receptitlon, to which members of the famiv and Lieut.
Iowman's friends were invited. was held a Dr. Orell's home after-
ward. The couple flew to Car'aa.% for -heir holieymnoon. A p
3 0 0 or f&
w TUVTOING BtRD" Offer4s her r atjpa'ly to the relatives of Mrs. Mal
S"a Valentine Zurche., 'he wldrow of the late Mr. Emmanuel Zurcher, rays
Sjriner Town Clerk of San Fernaido. who died at her home In fi(
oledonia. San Fernando. on Samtrda mrnin-rung Mrs. Zurcher was a
lNiden. of the southern bnrotirgb fnr ahtot 45 years.
The fneral took plue on Satrl.day afternoon.

a IOD LT elhaumpagne party nas even for Mr. .Johnny Melvyn
S h ,mota on Saturday evening to celebrate his birthday.
a W s affair ending in the wee hours.--the guests dancing to
muaby a "Otcbm "
A lo tho Invited were Mrs flse Farfan, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
M J. do Montbrun, Lieut. Jack Scale, Miss Gladyi
lte Doro1hy Nounirse. Licit. Oraccolit. Miss Liz Acher, Mr.
a t Prank Clerk. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewit. Capt. and Mrs.
CiT, MrU Doris Phillips., Mr. cottie I.inday, Mr. Carlton,
Ie tent. MissA Toni Robt'rts Mr. Atustin Wood, Mr. erc
& thq, Mrs. Doreen O'Dowd, Miss Jean Ctracciolo. Mr Bnb
U. MM q Hwennan. Mr. Ray Ward. P 0 eTrke, Mrs. Barnard,
ibOrieTe, Mr. and Mri. Jo- Kelli.all, and Liu'. Edwards.
AT I fattWr gatherlng held t Mrs. M M.N dti Frtlao' hotnie hn
I amoad on Saturdi. .',,eii g the #tng.Aefin was a ..nnou.not.
at Ifs Poin mti e Freitat and Mr. Stewart NichoLson, the son (of Mr.
and Ms. Ralph Nl 0 0 01
@OOTIU RNRP 3. keep ':lr,' '," A.' .' 1i. 'ree for a R ,- .sitp'il
Seven03M at the All!rd -i Ast R l'' Calt'iel,. S'>n 'ernaildoh "('Hit-
tm TFare, arranayld by Mr(s. io. o. Awinn ,i.l he worth a ',ift,
K t todL
'A PORMAL danoe wo a he' at Point P',rtin clubhouse recently
Sand everyone eneed 'n he making tho most of thlr last
chon to A we to the nmusIc of the R N A.S. date band
frt PlarCO. This occaAlin -a t';pec'ed to be the farewell appear-
'*Wa Of t G popular bnid ;i Point For'tin. as Seiral of the miislcians
= ta be leaving TrInidad ahor'iv. it Is certain that Point For-
Sw wf l miss the bantid very much, as i has appeared at the
e*b fretoqu ty. when t tas4 always been generous In its playing.
Sa nun~ber of dinner pallet wer given bY elub members who
toal pu-U to the Bnr. 4 aaee e of the l g and hos e being
Mr. an Te B. 9mm. r. and Mrs. Bellay, Mr. and Mrs. X.
WUn ed r. Val trevens: while among those dancing noticed
ir. and ls. F. P. Marriott, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Moore, Mr. L Me
Land, Mr. rand Mrs. A. a. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. 3. Ireson, Mr. J. B.
Soo, Mr. and Mrs U. J. lollfl-rapP, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Brtdgtwood, Mr.
aod Mi 0. ttah, Mr. and MI. N. J. Carney. Mr. and Mrs. Rose, Mr.
s. Jtek Prior. Mr. 8hiuff, M-. and Mrs. N. W. Bevan, Mr. and
Hs. W. Berry *ar.nd Mr. Tarher.t.



feat Nightie

Dish washing

Made Ea

hawe a mSId ta the HtbB 10 at-
tead e an dlUh-waoag a n"ot
now able to Pt oanie bhtp of
w Dart Mr OMesUestly. they o
fa with dot it thowd
Out oC the wPobeM- of dtdish
wahing 1 bow to rm tote daour
of fb from cooking utenmdl. me
Is an.eaay method: PM the ukesll
with lear water, add a tablespoon
(more If pen tI large) of viear
and bring the water to a boil for
two minutes. Rinse serving dishes
in hot vinegar water also, before
washing them.
All wookg utensils are more
easily clei-ed If they soak while*
you eat. For vessels In which greasy
foods were cooked, use hot, soapy
water. For eg or attrchy foods, use
cold water. Do not put cold water
into glass utensils while they are
sl hot. They are likely to crack.
Wooden dish racks re good In-
vestments, and permit dishes to dry
themselves after being washed and
rinsed. However, glasses, silver, cut-.
lery, and cooking utensils should be
dried immediately. I

fl I-ot Bread
SFor Breakfast
'Toast is the natural companion
L of coffee at most breakfast tables.
The crispness of the toasted bread
- and the extra flavour that the
perfect nightie for a trousseau browning gives it are especially ap-
or your own lingerie wardrobe, petising.
te the easy-to-cut gown of Tests show, however, that toast-
in satin, silk crepe or of ing removes from 10 to 20 per cent
ower-sprigged sheer cottOt, of the Vitamin Bl (thiamine) of
_______ ______ bread. Light toasting may remove a
d D r^ little more than 10 per cent. But If
Slyou like your toast crisp and dark
day s D iary brcwn, fully 1-5 of the thiamine Is
d-week dance, Perseverance lost.
3. One method which might be fol-
ld- eek dance, Country Club. lowed to furnish hot bread for
breakfast Is to slice bread nearly
orrow- from crust to crust, butter lightly
ms by Information Officer, and heat for a few minutes in the
C A., 8.30 p i. i. oven. The oven heat is not as great
hroming Events.- as the toasting, and the length of
ancing Starlets of 1944." Blobe time required is less. Any bread
tre, Tuesday, August 22, 8.30 with a heavy crust can be used, of

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Amendment of Local Medloai
ration of practitioner trained In
Dr. Lionel a. Maloney, Instrutor
In an interview with the -rrinlda
Pointin, to the similarity o
eOuroa In the various faculties a
American universities as compare
with Britisth institutions, Di
Maoe -epressed the view
that rclprocity of practice wa
wilpnently desirable, particularly
2n the medical prcfession.
West Indian students who go ti
0e United States for the Stud
61 medicine and law w h..

.I were forced to practise In the U.S
or other American posaeaslons
This, he thought, was regrettable
**KB**- an wh while it was understandable tha
a student who qualified in
'anSS~t^Se w i American university should
tEfiS ?ctd by Mf have to practis in the U.S
dS ve, a Six- because of the 'Varying laws
.!10 _-the Appeftl he could see absolutely no juLtfica
e byHis Honour tion for a student taking meicielni
he (hief Justice, and qualifying himseif in -h-t fie'
: not sufficient to being refused permsibion to rrac
I.ausflon of per- tise, in any of the colonial pce
a sg paengers sessions.
Snurpose a-d en- Some efforts, he stated, ihouhl
l.tune's appeal be made to tr.ak awrif from thi
Sand sentence. present system. There. should be
Was unrepresented reciprocity in the practice of thesa
However warned and other professions, &uc' as en
oft 0 by sheer luck There were s'v'ral W"rt Indsar
I sted of accusing doctors In th- U.S., Dr. Ma!onev
n might have concluded, who, If thoy were al
With aiding and lowed to practise their professor
e should not son- in their native lar.nd would un
about it. doubtedly be willing to return after
cd was that qualifying. -
a ~pedestrian
l ejefor immoral LONDON LEAD WANTED
wa there engaged Medical reciprocity as suggest
arrangements. by Dr. L. H. Maloney, was described
That from the by a member of the Medica
Snot be said Board, as being welcome; but thi:
tilly did this thing official stated that the Medica
ever act he might Board would continue in this mat.
was done in s ter to follow the procedure
I ,a pub1lo Place adopted by the Medical Board of
l sby law before a the United Kingdom.
Sproperly laid. The "Trinidad Guardian" learn
ed yesterday that su-h reciprocit'
is favoured in official medical
Kfk rs H circles.
ers Hurt Regardirnr West Indian doctor
m :.v graduated from U.S. and Canadian
Overturns universities, the medical Board
Syert n * official Interviewed said the board
A base workers sus- would have no oblection to mak
I early yesterday in temporary registrations i
a motor lorry on applications were made throust
travelling to work the Director of Medical Services
overturned at Registration 'of these doctors
however, would be subject to
SUetained a broken their being for the purpose o01
t'fracture of the 14g public health schemes, such aa
minor injuries, anti-malaria camnalgns, tubercu.
*kaetures for which loss or venereal diseases, and nol
Detained at hospital for general practice in the
n and Thom"as Colony.
unknown. The onus, he concluded, was not
who suffered in- on the Board to initiate any move
of which they for reciprocity in the medical
';tO at hospital and profession but rather with the
George Sly, 15, United Kingdom. If England said
,lton Jones, 15, St. there should be reciprocity, the
Estone Charles, 12, local board would accept it.
C arlton Eckstein. There is no shortage of doctors
SSamuel Adams, 17 In the Colony, he stated, but
,Benjamin Roberts, 16 rather a shortage of doctors in
William Pollard, the various Government services,
Me John Hodge. 29 Doctors, he stated, were leaving
t Edward St. Louis, various branches of the medical
Alfred Ely, 132 s-rvices here, through dissatisfac-
Peterson Carlow. tion.
SMatthias George, He suggested that Government
y. vernon Perausson, could remedy the situation by 1'tv-
etrabel Woodley, 7 inI a doctors' pool.
Place: and Elmore ---
,of ad- Data Sought On

pany Sets Welfare Bodies
~ Y Se The Trinidad Social Welfare
m~aa npa sa1 Committee has set up an organisa-
UranclleMarktIU ion sub-committee for the purpose
of studying the co-ordination of
"an Corrspondent the voluntary social services in the
W ,2 Aug 12 (By Air Colony. the Information Office
rish Guiana and announced yesterday.
ISa Fire Insurance A.s a first step the sub-committee,
p new mark in 1943 the communique states, is gather-
?246 policies Insuring In' information is to existing vol-
K" premiums of hi untary bodies engaged in social
S W. S. Jones chair- work. A questionnaire has been
fat the 4th an- Issu-d to voluntary bodies known
Sof the company into the committee and they will be
Sof Polic S of poles Issuedhave not received it will communi-
higese in the pre su l cate with the secretary, Social
w highest in tie h.s- Wtlfare Committee, P.O. Box 134,
4Opany and in o!ly Port-of-Spain.
II was a larger amount ._
l sued. During tile
tile companyin, i
wemiumn incoa by District Nurse
sundry reserves by
the day bfrdiset For Jamaica Course
1gIthas returned ra
at an average rate Miss Thelma Bastien, district
t, more than averg nurse, Rio Claro, selected by the
, more tan $0. Certificated Nurses' Association of
t1 the Trinidad branch, Trinidad and Tobago for a nine-
i said: "The branch month course of training as a
OvlY the patronage of health visitor at the Jamaica Pub-
Ubtlc In tht island. e Health Training School, run
OetrucUtion of the St. under the aegis of the Rockefeller
PBeent, Port-of-Spain, Foundation, leaves here next
very much nigher month.
tas claims have It is u understood that the associa-
My out of the funds tlon is paying her expenses and
t has not affected that Government has agreed to
Fe accounts in any give her nine nt nths' leave with
year." full pay.
SIpeeent was de- A Government sanitary inspec-
-nryarpto ap- tor It ia hoped, will so be sent to
-year to June O Jamaica to take a course for sant-
Stpayable to J c0ip tary inspectors which will be held
ate. This with the at the same time as the health
u of I per cent al- viLttor's course..
Is a dividend of 0
.of the directors Latest hoks and Magasines.
MdayMr. B~. kaeol Boka and statlonery.
____harmn. TOys Curies and Noveltie.
ip l TUE 8 s T BN IFNTER
a Cipf Jn 30 Pointe-a-Plerre Road, San
1f Barbados Fernan"o Prin To '
ear. principal of E
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tarbados oa a P L
ster day th in- ^
L_'N.r ., I, ,. NiELE-J ED, MAY LEAD To
E 7Many people suffer in silence
tIINIG tl anies.lonstant brain-
m U~ed wng la^nn m .! %?
S Mdica 8 _tr by piles, simply beomUse thy have
5 iludron ne. dsuse the trouble with
S1 In 3M s. aeon such a confidant as their
eSS.tejj~~ hemist. If you are a sufferer.
S lake up yo~lir mind to. ask. your
oued pesterday. cgemitt about the wonderful pre-
"' '-- ------ 'paration Man San. This clean.
81lsimple-to-use remedy Is lust mar-
vellous In the quick way It stoups
the ,naddaeliig irrltttio,, allaY5
1 I in|ehmmation an, peorseered with.
banishes the most serious form of
this axntn trouble. l
Ma Zen Pile R*emend y a iho
ordinary' ointment, but a special
It, Ptar- atlon solely for those with
1 CU11. Itris p.Qeprd Iina
SL. ne taS 55261. epplcaattube. tash-
tag i t simple ad clean to use. Sol

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SBoard Ordinance to permit regis.
SUJS. Medical schools wasu urged by
In eobltetrics at Howard University,
4 Guardian" yesterday.
. Jilted Lover

SJailed For

s. Unable to find an appropriate
Smetnod of winning his former lover
t baci to him, baep.mua Joseph met
SLora sCollymore, on the iaatern
d Main Road and gave her a beating
S wnen she refused invitation from
s, him to be In love again, Appearing
t- before Mr. W. J. Andre, Joseph
Swas sentenced to three months
with hard labour on accuiatlon of
Assaulting and beating Coilym)re.
Sound guilty of assaulting El-
d len Quasb occasion ig s wound,
e Ernestine Elder was ordered to pay
e 43 representing fine, casts, end
e compensation by Mr. W. J. Andre.
Charles de Bourg, a bicycle re-
* pairer, yesterday registered his
ninth conviction for iraudulent
Conversion, when he was convicted
on two accusations by Mr. W. J.
SAndre In the First Podice Court,
and sentenced to six months' im-
prisonment with hard labour.
Evidence disclosed that Herman
de Silva gave de Bourg his bi-
I cycle to repair with an advance of
1 72 cents and when he next saw i
I the saddle and the generator were
S missing. De Bourg explained that
a he had removed the parts in ordei
- to faviltate the repairs.
e In the other caie, Doris White.
f head, it was stated, gave ue Bourg
her bicycle, together with an ad.
- vance of $5, but he disappeared
ty completely and was not se~n until
I he was arrested by the police, al-
though he had promised to return
s with the bicycle on the following
in Saturday, when he would receive
d the balance of $2.
S Pleading guilty to selling rum
f without a licence, Clar ence Assam
h and James Phillips were yesterday
Each fined $300 by Mr. W. J. Andre.
SAubrey Romeo, a messenger, was
f placed on a bond in $50 to be of
s good behaviour for one year, and
. ordered to pay $82.50 in costs and
t compensation, by Mr. W. J. An-
e dre, when he was convicted of the
theft of a gold chain belonging to
t Mavis St. Bernard.

SMayor Leaving For
Barbados Holiday
Councillor H. 0. B. Wooding, the
SMayor, takes a two or three-week
holiday, which he intends spending
SIn Barbados, from tomorrow and
his mayoral duties wjil be taken
over by Councillor Albert Gomes,
the Deputy Mayor.
Mr. H. W. Farrell, the Town
Clerk, goes on five weeks' holiday
act as Town Clerk during his ab-
from today and Mr. Murchison
Rigsby, Deputy Town Clark will
sence.1 'f. Fai'ftlt wilibe spending
his vacation at Grands Riviere
with his family.

DPkAM, Qa A E^,.

1 ULU1U iJU!1cU lrUoll
Local Health Talks
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
ARIMA, Augr. 15.-Meetings of
the Local Health Authority of the
County of St. George are not open
to the public.
This was disclosed by Capt. J. H.
Maingot, Warden, St. Oeorge, in
hls reply to a recent query from
thn Borough Council here.

Hostel Association
To Pick Trustees
The Working Girls' Hostel Asso-
ciation will hold a public extraor-
dinary general meeting at 24-26
Duncan Street on Wednesday, Sep-
tember 6, to elect two trustees.

Aeting on half of the
I Ministry ot War Tranapert
General Carm Blteamer Ser
t lee, bptwen TriaMajdd sa4
British lGuiana.
for further particular Me M
51 St. Vincent Street.
Port-of-Soa i
Tlenbmaou 564 3 &an

No. 9, La Seiva Avenue,
Fully furnished and
overlooking Golf Course

5 Chaoon Street
*HONES 5125 or M4

(In Voluntary ULijMaUtem)
NOTICE is hereby given that
from and after TUSDAY 15th
August 1944. payment will only be
made on Tuesdays from 4.30 to
U5 p.m.
All persons having any claims
igalnt the above-named Company
nust send them In on orbefore
after which date no caim with the
ticeptln of Shareholders will be
Claims may be addressed to me
c/o P.O. B x 0.
tax, ey oftreet, '
Mb Asiust. 134.

For U.S.

City Firm Queries Decision

In Unstamped Cash Bill Case

A e de Contending that a b!ol receive
charges for the goods and could no
appearing on behalf of Mews. Mi
terday cha'lenzrd decision of m,
convicted and fined this firm $a
respect of $162 worth of goods. 'I
W. B. Blackall, Chkif Justice, Mr.
Justice J. L. M. Perez. reserved de
The firm, It is stated, issued a bil
for tyres bought by Azim Baksa
for q162.15 and the bill. It was held
being tendered for goods amountina
to a sum in excess of $9A0 called
for stamp duty.
SContention of Mr. Child was thai
this blli was not a receipt a a
receipt within the meaning of the
Ordinance must be a document
Another Trinidad student lv- given by one person to another to

lu111VUll'seto pus tlft" In this 11 epetto of &bl" ascn
'g seon to purue sediesvt In tahe e retained bv the recipient as hit
United States Is Mis Annabelle vot.cher for the discharge of pay-
Ling, daughter of Mr. James Li sment made and it must purport
and Mrs. Ling of 13-15 Wolodfx to be a discharge or acquittances
Street. Miss Ling, whose brother, and th:re was no evidence thai
Mr. George MeD. Ling, is new the bill was given as a diacharge
completing his medical studies at or acquittance. The b)ill on the
McGill University, plans to take face of It, h said, did not purport
an Arts Degree course. to be an acquittance or discharge
nit Chief To T k at all and wast not handed over a
Unit Chief To a voucher for discharge of pay-
W ith Comptroller l Drawing the court's attention
-W it Cportt ll er Ith inerpretation of "bill" as con.
D,.'inkg ht one week'savisit in tained in the Oxford dictionary
Barbados Mr. Brian R. Dyer DeIdo Mr. Child pointed out that it was
tor of the new Public Healh En- defined as "a note of charges for
gineering Unit of the Leeward Is-poods delivered."
lands and Windward Islands, cx- When a purchase of goods was
pects to have conferences wit Siir made, he said, it was either credit
Frank Stockdale, Comptroller for or cash and wheth':r goods were
Development and Welfare in the bought for credit or bought for
West Indies, on whose staff he b. cash a till was handed.
Mr. Dyer, whose departure last Mo. hC T. W. E. Worrell, Acting
Sunday was delayed through lackC Soicltor Genera;, replying on be-
of transportation facilities, hopes tci half of the Polac, held tat there
leave here for Bc'-bados this morn-
tficate were two kinds of bills. In his vd
Prank, who was recently hat ei a biil given when goods were pul'-
In talks in Wasleiengton and chased on credit was merely a not-
Some connected with transter of of the charges made for goods satP-
U.S. buildings here to the local plied, but where goods were sold
Government, will return there this for cash, a cash biI was given and
week. this was a note of charges for
Mr. Dyer, senior staff member of goods delivered and paid for. Cash
the Rocefeller Foundation, U.S. A., meant ready money and the mo-
is carying out a recrLiting cam-sment a document called a cash bill
s hailin -the colonies to; young was given it connoted that goods
men between 25 acd 30 to work as had been delivered and paid for
engineering assistants for the spot cash. and as soon as a custom-
Public Health Unit of the West er was given a cash bil it war a
Indies Development and Welfare memorandum for payment which
Committee. he had made and If lie had paid
He is offering an opportunity to more than $9.60, tax became pay-
young men to qualify for AM.I.C.E.. able. As soon a. payment was
but possession of Cami,-idge School evidenced, he argued, tax became
Certificate is essential and previous due.
engineering experience preferable. e
Selected applicants will be en-
gaged after short p robation on ta t cl T o ni e
three-year contracts. Councilio consider
A.T.S. Girl Sends Take-Ov er Of Road
Greetings From London The City Council's Go-neral Pvr-
Private Sybil Robinson, of poses Committee, meeting tomorrow
Po~'t-of-Spain now serving with afternoon, will consider corespon-
the A.TS. in Enqland as a dence from the Acting Director of
shorthand-typist in the Wireless Public Works in which he suggests
and Signal section, was heard in a that the Council takeover and mail t-
B.B.C. "Callinw the West In dies" tain tne road at Cocorile leading
broadcast programme last night. fiom the Western Main Road in a
Private Robinson who had been southerly direction to the west of
laid uP in hospital for a couple of the premises of Pan American
weeks expressed satisfaction with Airways.
the treatment received and rd- In a memorandum on the matter
ported that she felt fit again. Mr. C. R. Farrell, City Engineer.
She added that Fhe was enjoy- states that the cost of putting the
i'n herself and was glad to be v'oad into proper order would be
doing something useful toward the $880 but that it would be Inadvis-
war effort In a country for whih able for the Council to take it over
'he woldI always have a spot In as public use of it was insufficient
her heart. to justify su-'h action.

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builds her loveliness.
Tob insure a fresh, firm and clear skin, start
using DIOXOGEN CREAM today. In a week's
time, you'll be proud of the soft, fine texture
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Cocktail Dinner

and bance-Tonight

ed for good1 was merely a note d
t be a receipt, Mr. 0. A. Chil, K.O.,
sons Ltd. In the Appeal Court yea-.
r, W. J. Andre. magistrate, who
I for Issuing an unstamped bill in
The court, comprising His Honour H.
Justice K. Vincent-Brown and Mr.
Trinidad Guardilan C "Tr We
Weat Indian National Prty will
t hold a special meeting in Nausrima
SLon Hall at 8 o'clock tonight
wlon discussions will turn princi-
Spally on social security In Trini-

' Well-Known South
Gentleman Passe-
S After a comparatively short ill-
ntss lasting only eight days, Mr.
r Oliver Percy Selvon well-known
here. passed away quietly at his
s home, No. 6, Prince-of-Wal.s Street
t at the age of 57. He complained of
e a pain which took him to bed and
r from which he never recovered.
Borna at San Fernando in 1887,
he at one time carried on business
in High Street and was a past
member of Oriental Cricket Club,
where he was always a fa"ourite.
Well-known end possessed with
profound humanly qualities and an
amiable disposition, he was a gen-
tleman ac heart, and was loved an(
respected by all tnose who kneo
him. His loss is indeed a lamen
table one
Fitting tribute was paid by men
and women of all walks of life who
gathered in large numbers to render
their tangible respects to his re-
vered soul
He leaves to mourn, a wife Bea
trice: Doris, Muriel, Erna, Nora
Selta t(daughtersi; Theo, Irwii.
(sons); Raymond, Frank. Kelvin
(sons-in-law); sixteen grandchild-
ren: Mrs. Boodrem, Mrs. Bahadu

(sisters) ; Bertwln, i brother); Mrs
Grant. fifteen neices and sixteen


1. Special Communion
"Something Difterent'"-ReaL
From South Africa-Limited

2. 10 Years' Old

3. A Few Cases Left-

Genuine Scotch


C.O.D. Orders Taken-
The Allies' Bar 4f Prince I.

Thursday, August 17, 1944
at No. 5 Verdant Avenue,
at 1.11 p.m.

Instructed by W. F. Bryden
will sell by Auction his very use-
ful lot of Furniture a& follows:-
Dlninr Table and 4 Chairs, Side-
board, Occasional Table, 2
Table Lamps with Shades, Kitchen
Table and Chairs, Bedsteads and
BSpring Mattresses, Dressing Table,
Sofa and Trwo Chairs with
Cushions, Hanging Wardrobes, 2
Rush Seated Chairs, Chest of
Drawers. Wardrobe, I Bath Tub.
Oil Stove and Oven, Tables, Card
Table. Towel Rail, 2 Samaan QA.
Chairs and 1 Arm Ohair, 2
Samaan Combined Writing Desks
ard Bookcases, 8 Cyp Verandah
Chairs, Mahogany China Cabinet,
2 Barbados Mahogany Tub
Chairs, 3 Green Plant Stools, 1
4' 6" Cotton Mattress. I Hand
Sewing Machine, I Folding Cane
Chair, 1 PIANO (Bluthner), Cut-
lery, crockery and Olassware.
1 Coloured Carpet, 1 American
Style Baby's Crib with Mattress.
Our Usual Conditlons of Sale.
Sale at 1.15 pim. on Thursday,
August 17.

rhe nicest way of

taking HALIBUT



Harsh Purges


This Delicious ,
Natural Food -

'e- "'d!'^

SH Vitaunins that are essential for
Sthe healthy formation and strong
growth of bones and teeth. It is
delicious and children love taking it.
S Haliborange also helps to prevent
coughs, colds, influenza and fevers
both in adults and children.



M amforrnfo &' G utaranteend h
Allen & -anhury. Ltd.. London
Of OI faidiw ('Ch*mst, Stor", em,, i B.,W.L
ItNlRefef.romie tin Bt. IV'.,..1 S HA I ALL.
. Box tl, 'i ort SpainI IHNIIAD
Ma j8 m.w .

Crisp, crunchy ALL-BRA,
lives common enstilpalNs
Don't expect to get the proper 'e
lief from constant dosing with atron:
cathartics. They "ehock" the system
into action ... bring relief for that
day only.
The healthy way to relieve cocw
mon constipation is to eat Kellogg'
All-Bran regularly. A nutritious nat.
ural food, it aids regular, easy elinq
nation by supplying the "bulk" yof
diet may need.
You'll enjoy its crisp, crunchy
tasty flavor. Ask your grocer for j
package of All-BSan today. ".

S Instead of THIS...DO T111S!
No matter whet you "doso" itwith, 'L
"dousing" your haeir leaves plastered
down .. instead of "dousing" use t l
"cmb-it.Hln" method withklfouw drep of
'Veeline' Hair rtonic on yeur cmb... e ",
how aeural-.looklg your hair becomes

TYTHEN "dousing" or too frequent
V shampooing washes away the nat-
Ural scalp oils Dry Scalp often results...
a condition frequently followed by fall .
ing dandruff and abnorsl losI of hair.
To keep hair handsome: First, instead' al is. -g s
of "dousing" your hair to keep it In i s *A I=
place, use a few drops of 'VaseUeia' B air "dOP! O
Tonic on your comb. Second, before aI*OMl M O
each shampoo, massage your ecap with MT NS W a a -
'Vaseline' Hair Tonic. 'Vaseline Hair Sta" e 'P S +.
Tonic not only helps protect the natural OW -I11N1 M '
scalp oils, but actually uPPlmemiuUt I k iCk ei n -
them... improve. hair lo"I m WO i *

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ediatt eley for Con Corlksnly o Rs1fivterd for tn p ryri8i1 R IhR foa'iIh un et a 7 oh rnsae I lucd ) otB Tea n A ny t.Mnr: uitmlll r endn. b p ilon aE NC MAS, t L. t E PBL i i h n oti ld tC AS .
C. r oriwine-.-C itri c11. .r atnA Tatrt t In oo l Aoeiom "in l a be3h--'lAu. Ae> aPo nc I ro onei4r pr tAre.el treetlAdd s.s d o be ddaes sorCyri lABriC MeR tV endor.l aerd inresod3n6ahfr. Sto, LO tS tANDetIAo rn oe l in fl h na.1i T PUBLIC isherebyy

Co.-----Sooth-Qua.Fer Li phonee t Ilen.*-il---- A -estton AV. Vincent adi mlenerSb, -, ROill 1ag. lO. rANDV orAE in .no- 0T ea n tdofotomy -f am not.og.r sOHNSe for any debt or lt-
lI~O T AITIao r h.tn e ad reuI. gI" mpits. enySe"t, at m wMol d CO s. ilt. frotmer wPtin mile from l a otPr. --,ea g 40. 0.Al y Vit S 'Phone traced i- m h lft hi hm 5 sh ai lf myp c
". t -C 1.n ia. a. .Aun t oh e st -Au. 31A. -ttr'P r o, 0 le ofB EDSor-l-p ln. Isa B-Il Glo Lbo Be.eunihdrAh,7e6b0-,a r7ne..1. .uno6 19e. l .trs, eee t
TW M e lfaPE ComTS aomit- 12EST lO' L Y IIU PR D iCSre, IN 000) CONDIION wanted. badJu Ap41y MontrI. TiHard, henTentoernauai. ABrT HALF-ACRE o nir Plymouth M --g--d TH OMAS C En.
S e l E NEuRtAL ASRi ANT OVAL K X P B n SI R. T. 61 T Sd i E f rour1
CE f adling 19 Geniait oan d C hil nen 94. 30 menr ith irxmis krirl odro, -Ag 9Rosidec. 'ahont i ie from3 Plymu th.mo6.O LMANiAned): eSn g aug.mets and thiryow m banaera

^ U. ~ Apl r ^ -^~" A I?. > MUCglPH RQ&(L.nl~tty opt fr Bom eptme CoNrK unfurishe on ,,. TO AGO-I M -1 ..,uie-n-l Kam. B ngaow ----- i111191 SAirrHW uVAR1he public of*tetter andigh ------
1trlt oeiUl, E r lrf -- n11dS p.. 11h4 2 for .B .t. a ..Bly. A tcl trapplo rtmont.AhseCte aie wenithaguaante or rent,, uL,,| is rinpigrittVl. l2g. e.erd3 2 .2. geholn-a 5P ,ae i 0 nce3 -l -It. Aghoul-g. 8 Oef1o.?lenr"Id B r oe.a -ld Afl-
notation -e nl or Ms 'Poee W fder$ a1r om MAB8O. en etl utr on 8 r stair. IOiti ie reward im onthsPortby_ steamer In BAayad Ar oA. il n o l -Aug. 1.30 parapt. 16. Jontn '.e 9141 OR SA fLE Iok
JR. DA M i equal d e-. r e, 11LNIOCRALLY CADETDRt S SINGS S ndk, a r tc ul, c 'rcars to7 Dk AmP.A + 20. A2 ACRESol LA. Sa nta, M r o:, 2L mites-'1M hereby nOAMt"EDta int R. R U o n lt a

S i. ISrr ..,t,,neeth ei ec go-tttde T o- Tun i pired+n n i to l.21 -Au '2 A ,n, sI rAI IN S V A cOann .se .............. ..o sele.......... C ,0 -Aug 1 0. P It o. .I
aib.,eeeetid apilontS willha rontorttitessd HenotSreet-Au. 3 fal'ISK 'iH~ wr.Mae ay, fr o md St ce ad an Juan I n cocoa ... brd b.00, am .. no UL lonher epoibyne l~ tho t my wf.J rawy Rns B pl er

I-Mr Iboit. rbt ionW an three WYNOU LA. CORNE IN~t C ROlA t ING MERH AND1K? W. crirppyE 1 BO R ANDS LO DGIKN G. Cmila lo cali ty. lies. cofise.n Bl, Porile ..ve po n t~hl st Farr ---, and* I do no *oUTlsl, De Lwr Elsi a Frad
Apply 0 M l.is.l iot n a Cala .. t e. ORto 3 r oumt Barte ou l s Tc oflme R damp .,RAR. or poern Unfurnishedoea A tpl yies, l.H 4r O OMy prT, atoe e 0ntr.n a1 tIi0 .i Du. p, I 2n. e dertic ctan l dsete fr a ny febt pn oee. bR itts O Austg .t2
OilS ta ty "uI-.r "A.lr d- b hA s. he havinrgJlef lmyll.care pt.r riU t b'd r o$\LT t R ,cda. n8 e+- Q i e ov tet U C htted PlonIge Iniial ForttlioC. abeCca Hf.y an den d orr det t I m ba -
addtion ia I+ ade.3Ong od' teub Hosts, eH stLChersre ebt oimbeh that Prthe
SERVANT.Ary lbased on ai l tity .-Aill be ag.ay itrly taset heir mria M LAN U OR ALx cIeleY B tNG an W t MOOinC for gmns. e-i-ipl Tuner an dSaomo Po- and proft in iom e sAug us c. 1946 am ntrpibl e for an y debtorUebt

,.,I r ED. wokn lmtxs .r.-,. IMPon, Riml. pr(u ioArm. ...l.'r A ..n... A NO.U E Box 1ET bOo. SEPH K0 X pAibr. o. ttre Roa, ma Fno .-A1 6 % alD. Frace T .s

GtttWAe c nwofo r roofr olt1 6 AD i L, ,FreSrULA M trFy.gee t UPhHe LAD. Me m .er lo a0 s Hon.iHR MorJSaPRentsnlg loefteetd. DM in hgmeOM ayI39,144.
40 RE A .Dfo a.U f-n -hdHl" -r 1141nt..h tit ADIhe. *ete 1tuil 4p* loc-in atL te e .---Aug. 1 U. ToddI 4hrbItotiid.th
$.AUDRE-- T a te11m6s S p -t-iei 17yf1orh:i AN CrownDSr te etsotl; B ei C 'StLre n t ru o. C A AHR TPBI is here y oti^,e t 1 B

0 rY ^ c. ta ness and oAl ou.r ,Gro be S .... beLs AAIi W MratuHa 3ALOArEwjo7 gtingntstosreatli-- ofo s yh, "ba-nd, Refractor -TH-----LI--t-- ond Fothereb Poillo
SMed- -o n tLAe0.NAAVA IOFC. RenerntAug T elep n I. yet-I Ipclt 5t, oe r Aethou,, -rail u le imo.-t M c ii.i HOUe An na D Er SAe Aoo Nt Y femntao d taileIforny dethorl ndMy. b l
IIR "E "I wn 'U OP' ne.Go.W4eSoth Quay.e Irolriat c A0I. ciatiVn am noA lonburnrr respnonsibleSAN A forA aCny debtT M o9

^ ^ ijc~ONE B~ t cp- A IlA A--WIU Otnd co.., atl y o f smllhy r sl-oukng ite househl; HOUS ES FO T S A MB p~oso dew an. Brlad. to Port" -oSpi. ."I~t rsosbe frat any debt Kori debs det s cotace byma I rn Create
A. T 15Otimbo', k TortlM. .v, ..P. lNo T..ING.I ,4,pinted ',nyECUONTTp thrm li.mne o ailm 6th ,. I t op 0llrPrt *2 Vn entt Pv .oe114 Als Naets Desm w i I b hf
Aenm l epM ia e AtppOl 6 r e qied.- Gifih 0Heny 1t0t Strfet.on uldsi. O Must yowu trhnA a ien ro m S caIb 1r u. 1ue aigJO 4 ir.ApyC. A v o. h 2Syl A l in o hi n celg h i y c Pr
SI t mlretB 1 rl eA. Ug itO 0 h. -Aug.3 25. i lty lPolr..it n paeoti n.ditio n it 11e"Ga- toea.lw.i mT'Pone i nd git g. ) "20 1 e only la nrne S W1.r et 3lo.g io. my t che a ndpr.aJdullloy Doald1

D; Walter V fll CAnt LLLtrt, *Phon. 6.S2. rwicio, b, .+.,, Eur l 14 ln ti .n ibro k. U lri der- ABOUT C RE at y, M orris SuiT es

-.-UK yXo un morn aged 0 fown LailoGet $, and Cinr. whildren, eHer ,p I* HOUS IcNumlra loo. ITION wanted. bilo n.Apy(nrcad J. T.IU KH JUO y h osn Road. abot mile f^Vr-ont Plyollthone WANTBDIA S IL OCOMP AN -Aug. 2.Fz
;.. g+.-A g'n, A g. or C ubi c feretlen e rW *p l e- Au- Aug. b. 10.. f ,0, 'B.mAply ?.o 8.p.n ut e M .otor a aFlp.r W ot- lt --
AD. S |lC leer i CHIROPRATI it l any tm Iffit 4IidSJG aOBb P hnen to A. ug. Re.. h T.d Bu1Nalow A Tlnultn 12, 1. I Ait MO HAMtM D RR F
orMF'DAY rfte *ll I i__LYM E H F_ C._tS., 1t1o A r. Br122, e o Mfril Aug. 20. - -S
, PrivALat"sIETA nT abi olty t e o utites. 7 T wo-TunesL ow S paisYosIlctAN Ha-. ~ea--w i RO MA ND OA D 5l A RESLA D, ana Cr uzs 21j ils-'ld:P B I ohrb oildfat, P OE T OS n oe ltln

Si.eS-Ailg. I. i ll S1Ii U ~ l ,Attle ir Mrt.crat LAn T on e si a.crl Bt'rn D At t iO.. N0M AVmerte.na~ iond L l.nai ni a................... 1 .00 0 Pa p--Aug. 20 Pics'an

I V ST C FgOR sptmALE willow w w~ f~~ be trainN Grifith' Notnl Molu* StBI. A 9 30 -~ furn-ou lio Ju*pan. 74 I nS cca, t lorca blearlcsn amno lo nger ts o (ltai l ltlor mnd wife 8 Brad ay Retl66 p ly Hoary
0*- A 1 s-11* PobaioantreIo'T mA HEiRt toODr 4322. AUiCt B". iAg. iONB .AR AN.LODI NO prt Sla Ja tcalty l.m0. dtne con.trater l by m wI f h ereano .-

eon- m at. Salryri sin to Il- l P 1"rlo> s Dar-t Clubs* Retar nts 1,A; L -H L N .70wla re tt n a aD Apply 4 Uura t 'hn l ' a N.w Di a1 moa 36n nl Frdeic res poni le fray debt or"" debts an' Au. 2
((,,1tI '. )E ----------- M at P rk o y. Wami n*. K io Ste sy2 i e t e A rco 0 ttn et, Augss ,.-2 AUg. 0 () a.A C at1Popetie tramy ot5 rto e or, she having left my h me n Ooro
CA..i F IRIAE n h t O O O SALe at %revetlli#an d l$tillmm I Poa I sil.al ro iro A reayol, lotnesha tht.. wPto a...dt0etectio. l A-gu us 1,, 14ot4s tha
InAta sar Mt moI n Odbirtlt.w l1 ete 0 I iTt AR l 'lot t o den dloe 8 ,0MA4 Ig.LmLt it Aiehu I- l- o r i-.ta nita nd aDtes. ISo Lan.- on M ortgges RentO o ced tAT M ttle I

%Wra r* in ,- to-or. x. 2 4s0 R l inDt f or h tU al prg 1. C OA R I Im d.f iar iofee . l"- HOUSES FOR REN T....... ot, .o. .,,d ,t3,t .,o wu h, ,ha .ilueu, 4 1.4 D ,o" ,,vet, tS L VM
II. rUt-Apl y Di Ie, I. 1t JOtEP BO. IMolt'm WeiL MI NXs B1CDil A N.tir A i Thon ji N STRONG PIANO *y 1.r ur n ul .rt ets Stream. It non 4151. -Aug.vrd, M________ -* -r- -> -.*w, -1"1*1"*' -------' -A;t,*C. 2e a dpFi

Om151 -A*1*1; BBIt Res~l"* *-f0 eifc'-Urei -Ite t ib. 14 Ai- fl tucI M Ctltl ti l SOARDIN. A3 Bl.ttAUnn Smehelor CARL C'*;''.*^ ^. SRATT ' CO.n^ S! ^ 8C OL
,ntenee to re)rrySPORTINGanIE afte

XJ UN.RAB( 11. womb anoi pTrom-iAUs 1el~l~m 7 u. Ijr~ .utu n -O ND2A L VIALL,- Av7 D u (.~il - Bu--alB -Aug. IT.~t Topd's icttb~ di-~ t I
A 0 GENERAD HUsTit *Ai tos 1IB F Oeri T ep l3g -HSept2IM AI LU B R PITH9, 22 Ed tOr d t rei t 'Sc tred Bet.raiy mut e rs.wrlta vannr h. 1 t .V C .o. tlit tre PUBLIC 'hheyn S l ied
W m S tee p IC r.lerye nc eAp io ll iiR i t$MpO N T e Ampplrtriy NewC' m > ., u bPiloing msfr p m n iOlS i, ail 621rn ando 1 P0on Well o Ic tMly d ertse, bongargains 5S"*. -t" ** My Wife A sh Dy I
TrndtlnStrdetAls one balance isIVn4.luro to ateen inim Aptly 7 De n tro. ea i)t- lg .eft mnncaretatdap rtcbt ion.sIcd

hoOKE-K.p0 -I u1 rl, *Po r rari. ten e ten str lle 6 30 Dur y3 B t., 1 M TR g aO.oar d RoMi ri i. Em ty Bustn ss Place, Prine t o A s 12
- -A e.t "Tl . On. 5 1NFMAD14 Mdo b ir- n t .e p, "a' IP'htie 8 AAug. A21. i : rel .rt, trlt r malor Ma S ANT. ROADRC rm g Al
"fM AL pcntCHIR OP AAC. IC Iiih1 C B boots n eOgtt-Aug.tiu 16 COMMODATA i A V Ho1 I n Aonl y mo. In WLABLE, at Ii. Josp wMOHAME Donald

S Ai T^ .I 0n9saes.s. n) ..,,.,.......... ...... ,,:00 -Aug.20. ,, + lt ,'o M,, ,- LAN ,o, ,A.-
CA CHROOSTAN TY abilpo r TIM wnLLXAP PH Y C Rat 1a crbit tt eneralingS Else- 1 Br A. 28. 1,cr 0 s Landty, SanrJunl .i.t. SA Joeph fa0il Wors k-w

trd ret.gc-rmii Rlir andon Re ciedtrit'- ;l,- ro2 tlt, RO Anereriena al a M g s N Au. 6.e tha
ft Advantage; quick at oo, te.hand %-IJ ieth em 1 DTheChirop rat c i'vert wl h to' o r ,i attiuaed 1 atO O Q e LO K e r a S.2millsto toarnolonhe.esponsiblf. d iIamou r o.MAt
tOfL obe r i gad IM.n to M any w ailesocet L v i gtn Abe4or o,"totn tt,+li, 'e t ol l+ 731. IAu g. 20 S1 .1 lhto t Mill. Emp t O nrlye f om t t il. hshe EinA l NO Ef treet, Fr ada c, IgI
CIOX FOR er, One e ulr l rea Kee i ll'r 61os i".l ame 'A)'@"- l ` MA iiAiE. Frrt Ittog KNVRT0R. fwid~rllt. inro n Sltes.- WAIU ;Uk.s HI.bi opHUeteAat.hr.CArprmi. Health Studioo*;Il atrlle7,, aeo$antlai IAgg.1l)(m.$95d..ele.ion *`n Augut13,l9.I4.C

bl e hl~ el CitalnE tiea W .FI+EIKSPE. se- eer r le augar atat Ldese ed Otee Co las r--. + Aig t .'' 20arsireo Sant;.U" Iapplby nI otrned Ihtrnet
pontoAtendant for eaders g t o 0 S NAZ2*- CA. 14rblt P one&Ni Memb ueor d eha-uger pick-up.reaonable il I, gLans eeo n d sMiort ags, .wRe ntscletda.t en-*- aD ItMAS wSTILL, '4h
awm ttmAipl aayDie. 1Wi Bltm'o nt Ai l P0? tROUIndim Chiropractic -sstreetio.- AugROGPAO 24Sniua eeStet toe489-Ag 1- -- -Ag 0 oss ad a o ,Fir a tes

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,.X .3'RlE h em l tat bmeor ffe, 65O FREDERIC I~TREEt vro utl.neit Yseria .. ..trte C lots, ],YBU NGA hOW, 5tr 000 St eet ms th. il-I1. a blance el, cs anodbsecure In.dalter ofti p um.h-a lio. at2.
Quai~~loetlons: LC.O. Commsrctal ~ 'PHON 666 Tyaten wthDR G ADYS h0eat -ln.Isr G OS ts, lbiC iti ti imiVi mlleitite. Apl ii bl 151 otrVeay. INAThonHA91 ""a---IIARD--Y--N.-

ViC i c E s GES1 ?..,Al.5n F^ i a (T Launer 2d 5Otl t arate d earo eu a ly .l.Apply Mrs,. .. ats, io-o n w 7ltaptin,-A .hr. onh ale
we trI a Jiol ttlt1,-,,,R ,Cioitr-gI forl New ell t ,i0 p n er .'o vllyca ton i@a 13 (0.lo)eofery ieii Sn ena--,Pon W ,1ya dveFr taa& argi ins. r-roomLANTPJ ) AE T O OCAS IF-adKea heEP llw

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M.IA Jp r r p l 7 u e S re. A g n a Sr eet, n;r Warden i y V R y te etd.tar*--A g

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MlS ilm IIA of Brot -keS pers. Aeolet0 1 1 n I-teLa JO E H Sl'l N Flio L f iro r ll vA soiait bonp. TWO tINFL VT 3 buneIC Nr p Tati BL OCK-al tWith IAs li, Ft 1i 'Ira m e. iii i. i te (2Id a. Clifford sta NTH.3 Re omAs. .sVS NA .R OST A C ACEdR stlfl Uer1A l o ewsHe igghf

hs tMAN.E rnesiANO tt Jilt .al tn r A.ilnlagi. formerlj medical., AKNO IACH -INkSJ? 5 a t^ Dm ti Li-m, eN F iett N. Y Sup. 9- 'Phoneal day0at- 3 Sthosl e5 Oxfordhtreet riy ao ugf Dnat.I
OUIl p sbms-Ag I*I p101iwR , tt ~lesfr'PRI o OK A]A. 2 ed in o+ ret' lneded for browing botIletera ridoIng In .dealig h tfu i rl t'Phonrea5914ag. i 'n ny huemm odro o actdnllynce lestoud indlyrto u rh n l to.o rsS ie

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PtHLg RO PODYtriedfrinerator end2RFOTSAAmerScanA, |y y vnd ,m2t0n. Au S.e Vc.,ono tt.. ................... ap Aug. i.v

I ;=A ais ^ ^ Il'"1 ^ -w-EWC* n t'.^1I.." `111 11"rpas ,)I.)', Bar otioal 93" $90^0 In cah. ** 8lMU at p--Aulwn 16.- M-T ~ k~ i^
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.,.ing qu4icko sfstA Mwe. R uO e NA Ird. ALOS CI DAo n' opnm f i' ohe reeene itndp rece it i l llum 0 sg .kA 24 2 O'cre t o ise Cu it W PU SICtA bTlONS VAA NTI
fill tAai. .pl F RCiTTnn fer iga t Li SM u.It Mout a. m 3 fAm" IC ^TE a*ascde, Psta i& $0eyd d ot oA pl 3 oloIn- r tUt
b .T G I T PHtOPN C NAE 46U0. S llbte rc p ots ep f 0 r fortLdo in- ely Btrt AIW 17 0 lere month. osse Opiodb .. P- aterpm Au.
tn. -tpet 'ai hoad s -Ina2 hra nN e sum tile medioed I lls bon dm PLi. .s mliii itmmu p . . a Bit ulo Che a p WANe l DT -N T P T L a
.. at. 5 Im FOOT y rasD ep I. tan Sose ngod lmoi siphli dcrote LtimaloiloIhots A.5 Mtau Muse, Mrslil Psell tes- aith gent. fSta tbe e pedU.S PO.Boa3l-..ititIIIIIUIIIUes.I~~f

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RESTAIOE ~e HN t onL U Rc~ ANTS ADner.Tw FOODS m~ up. nee iW ('tta e nm r itoo gry o ttt rrone. i alon .N UNCheap--Fnrt+ol-SpniWANTE Aug 15. COMPANY. __v_
tomm, re W0 sets eater fmr atrtolles.--rR MRpR TrETd, ouran tEsencshCn cenryarted Colour. s, tUNAndn LOWtmreeit St ree n ita ed llnO too yarnt e xo hspubliton i, tho tadelTw

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P~J1 R SU-UAI i \\Blrt ii^ BMHl srve let- nt reel sept.* 11*' kEA Els A'~ n f OR SAE Cotee Peimt e Valley, Diego en WTYPIST. Apl in permon. 60-Queen
quEtsoowkersl .C. goe-n '..HONEm T raen t wik 10ak ti tnn ar" Pde n Ciy er reet Inth rA Ni -A ug. 1 ar. t
= tkm xfr Sret o f IC. Street- MA G FAAugD3IC 011 lsand nrtaccesotrpiedst onthe ae rated %l ,,.0 lc, Fvaintar..........-ha Cetiict, Asoitin'int Apl o 3 ySteeAoNPhneInFerat Ag.Ifor19 Edibleet Oilarl. mpy.-Au.

SfH JTRi c Ua- EAT WILLIA M AIEaOWSiNTlBI 05-_ rt you sth yam1r m' ng'l ItP iq hghI HOUSES FO? SALE ONB ProK Iene Estate, *; *s acres, Factory, of1good education.vI.it-ate and
TItXta psr R I COCnK-, i-TA--I-IR lS I -. ..-... .u 3 s ln tle aill. Knowledge et o f

L n aL furie ta rH uea n 2tret.-- ---tg t MOtDiERat th SteetW Sme d'lage CaNwl ans ou"l'w A s.'tenhlnery not essnutral sthg cJ slpt
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,wit Intem ed i-isla nd Hodes pur e s ao nd
d lue r al bre G- tee t.e- A ssoies JO5.RPH CANA RESTAURn_T13t soreoyourafivourite IdisO Esters obtain-reLCK- a ItreetlA pply tre.Ar mntAg nImi e0s it paI cuA r photog.................A TMS O VAraEp.--Appl at MoaBHl gh, T r'In. g
4" Timekeeper, Si e t~bters rier P oll C ,tves n S rEDISH ,MA ai e i MOTOR-CYClf', i le B A offTersRInvited. I ~ Uty, IrMaavl ri,O' U G Ld". P Art lms I: I- IBuenlroom e S ret.yRenoark lted $ 1 8. 8.0 Ad ison al cet.

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hamper.OWs" Check Ti me S-- oe tgt 0 ARD TR O URN IN GROWING I KI wa l i Wtr et+ c-.aug. t he coinerplylt. 1- 1 dI01 t ysde stateRll pey u slde-Pon- Ag 231,U Apply inNownRhandwrNtNng,
r i II system oe; I i sort of N A. S Mlg- "i. ACAL IlS-1mi ED qAI mel o line de l tle) I la t" Pii I l+Ol of ioi 'lval A lln itd e 3"24 O'Connerry lrrmySt., Psession... 35,00 BIU TOMME VACI A N.A UT .Ma c.
Sw3 411 GA E. R HOD ILA Daan d Aog. 21.i iAN M D 4 o tiny ing I.n y atriaroltrd, aidt th st.a treet A ACilr Buy. STREue ad. I-t ) Nw oBangaow, '400 acr rt ..Salc d e.--_pt+15.
dtunclC anthreinnerseV. Two haliW7ire g oll Btrl a nie trtN 3l A --Sal t ve 4 u WaHome, rNad gAve.nu e D I C MAY.F.
e11-112 .C S t.'oAg.9 ----.Aug.19. 6Sp ECi S l s tf r E CtrTm. i -eUg.e te caelCol ou thp -p3t pr Nea upneCane di bflYo .ntt, id. No Sale-Now omi son f clss M oor M -eh wt h a

I)MUCt, loonmer11,- O We el3 e esterA fn1or arndtlee.- per, foM11r, PThe cu inar artib go ltthsr etatig nr-c in!: of14'19 u r ene t ed-Ag in9 _-- poeae____O fitteaslepe ec I te rder.w
AI. 1 B-tr At J 3 Sei~ A 501 rillllg o1 an Jun Car.sagcn.dep-. Possesson $0,00 01111' I .111301th A ppwith at nleat lou/v yer
statonTOCK FOR SALE .Aim pote 1 beI.M 9 BDSIpIne strae w MEIN Barsah. Or ental0Pper mouth. 6 'T5HouesPR OPE rTY SPECaLIS at" ex 5perene o hetA de. Fu is l

i n g._apparaus ro~la I treat, hone 1. rF.-Aujll 0 ndsnny tree '9o P holes 16, Ro -ad. ne har lte Street.uelctyias.TKnO wledge ofa O Installatton afnd
MALE KITTEN f our%'I s"..I t.. I.L. Durute4 03 Q t A ug. 3eYPIST. MOeRaN UNLrWSAS an S Ides Bran d Po rty mainteman o IdtRoal. Elerald, Fruip

heL ofers SedtIO 1 uen' Park ,__ 5_ .P___.y_,_ ID. N t DELCO, LiG.th PLANT. 70,. watts. Green Stee. Ara 52,900.t Apl '.' Bungal, 'i. owt., o, Apeply. wit referene .nd Idety
'PPo1s. 670oo-Aug.0.5 IMl 1 a ri9lnson.. in ptdtt T eter ne C0sGreen Mtr r1. all $1oC Ia VinSentuptr ee d o T.L.P. Bor7. L. o
U Pi E Banl I.t- T-er-ier-'Phon l it, ul. -Aug. 2I iMOV tND'A ,Iit.'lltVn0.OeAug.TME1J-4n 'oe .ts, 2 P Mail o sa....... .. .ea a in.-Aug. 18. .................. 0 AD LE ROA oeroolnN ol
rtid tlla'in iotsurnnI- Pro pertt,-Park. I t. -1n .n e0r
Al MOTORS F..ORe tlAp SAL rt TS t' s3 HenryBY ON -N-E R -IA-O 3toslty, in.atnlngFarmedravNi, writedoid. P, -n-r.
0" 11111 41 RXptm AS Chse Rd 114 ST ANi DAIRDY TU RL er.v PoeEd waryd S.tret- ep t u. 2 racac P9l 61 r 43.- A o tLarge 2Petita lleyBDiness Pro-TU PIST A py OprsnN ue

W r.eM 510 settrc i g tathse uNow .t92 MtLn MDil So D A, Two oen,.t Pa 1k -.anYOelms treredt o.an.. St-- RE ET, 14 CiprlnMartin, d,63ir-.4) NarBenngalock y Vrytreet J Cu stadrso.- Sept. 19.
o11 .rlalTO MoadtreASltM. Si- igood es. tr ee od-2elel e T at c. ln tprucr, oiCharlottem arketto.--.. ... .. teull treIeea o Ann' oAdenu Str S........... Cheap. OENS ECNT ANGRYfSCEHOOlre-Of
S....on-ro-Ai.e7c-ugEstateWFrcatyandf2 Vgcoo- ie, ANDBucaatlowtIWr
......nd CO KT IL...... .. ....... "d d fr ro nin sol cho sI aur H .... 6 ... ...L....D 3,00 ad initr tie a ilty*Kn wldg nou/ 3 -

1 b D MUTCMO 'Phone AL7P13 o NI 'lfor I I llNIli a -InSt rt ue vi aSe mbrl 1t.tSept. ai...i.eo t $ p nWmtieyeesniah2h nast
1"LO 3$odfLLAiT+$t r n oromd odstreoe.g LU MBieR PsTn C PINesnDelit h r aur-friend s OUile 4JUST B OAu retAug.25 p o- ---Stat tuofferer.t. eo rt S
AN. CAM E. s tit. Prce $97 A pi ud a n-L lus bAdlg23/rii. Appy 9AMprpl2yGLL Sin own haann0dwlrittingyun al w, Lon CiIHO SE F R AL

el N1 1)or aal t Irs d Augo +~. 2 y Aun t i s pe i r id to t e pp a..3..... . S RE T n 2. a t-ng c pi s f"e orn-s an r c ntI-
~ od,. IG a tet in 54 AT ROPCAN RrSTWRAT" X 'v E .. ..I,,nc fyu avuitds. t ItI t OoANO -5 b taine .rid ueel~ nnii Aplncl, or.y ard nebsingoystill.Sea, TobagoP 70D0 Oacres ... to btai

ig tt. Vincenttet Street.'Phone 1. P .one 1v1. Steel t-Aug. 0a Ketnenloy Sdinest, e 16rc'Iargardet. IoF. clil Road.rneartcountr f ptWog DWELlINtoUSEB12,"N o -
-AIsAs Stll MEi th w un .. .. STEEL DRM.S- GL.n 40luen mbtroke stret--Aug.lub- oureeholPrperty, qASt. James a Mar l"M Road. l e Ashl. Firon
O ned156-TP abyFordrS AnNToTutap.Tryahottle, M y sio. T Of yCH -A LO. -tT.iL AOe 44ncM orT
.r t IOAML.lyre..verytood,Aa17- u S.f1.0- l pOne f 1919 sept. I. grade Street. ctyMa""-sea.. .. .on t aob n n e %.................313,000 Vine nt StNrdt."-Aug 221. Golf
Dd e amD ycster 1.r00.00 e 1 M.U smLIo a, J t ree.sano x. tle 8 .-Aug '.Flt

)IAA IIOID&ToL~gEI1935m DeIS L.toa An Rli) Vll-SAl. 1yrse goo S 7. 4a Prlno dtretAo IS COI.OV TAL" DE W EI NGE l Ot etm~L C armnsu J~ tt. Apply. ~ Alxs Cnmae. &pSP E alNDI ULD No ofl+er abov coatt
tte W pored for t.50.A One 1637ySport Model -CAY O.....E.. AD P.. NO PtVefu ve rg. ppiy 310,Mucura. Ro ad-
o l r he Trn r y 00n st 0 00- e aJdT i'a har w t bys *re a ln Tingeonc ,ee aleordoA tdlyn R adA Fybrs/eAxperiencetdnthet Au. 9e.; T"od ,

ti. College..Mderate.be..-13 SprMde K IS ... Tt e413.-l Seplt. o~ 2 row Cbtcil-koes-ltHlw0, oo PAN (JIC M
Pr..ItcAal--.- Aug 8 1 7. e1 .1PD-One 103 Apl A 9lSa llt-ad drived CA-. ANA.. AN.No..... AW. .L. Perft.PMeselon g40 .r 'Ma one Ltol d tl ANDtg O RS9. ale
IANC OC FRNAD OSSMI LALE. Beutiful o nsem1940 MORKI5 nuchaneale ondi 28 Euj. I suthM.Mnarja. ftn m'""HEPRPETY PEIAIS5,IACprienSI LetaNde;Four firt ear suaC 0 nK-,
001, oud ourdalo, ecntdty SEAN Tis oo. 1,10.0. C.K SI-Mb NSdB.D2,00 S.Aprigly iet. uetrli loney HUSE.- JusT RENOVATEDlotteI* tre.elatril no w Rei t er Isr t allaDie onMartn,

rd rt o Am C KIa T gT.(oDubect ugr Ha d-te en,'Co nee tte.SanQeenstreet..-Aug.IS. p e'Ast d at t ale a Tele one Auig. 1n. ,A au arlg.
stBEI~an ltm'.. I T u MOTEn IH-'" 7".....DERN' BUNG'LOWS---5 an'd New CBrandArBungrlnew.lAgra maintenancetwerof"Indu,"trialoXalelt Jate Eq-ip.t.14

0.6Wallts. 44 ot. P VDnonk-IIHhl o I7a. SttreSt.,,TRUCK WITH-S-X TY"ES. PImthrIF t.d i dlo. '
q = TOnmorelAu.nAlttac tree.-A Umodem. 1- .... outh.ItIoven.y t tAllhRANGE -i burner an dera o nncs w i g yar d. dntm noIe 6 -A 6 SPLENID ORToutL T
aek..nson.. bu prcel....ns. erfnto pouri y A ndil-2Gree ipAr No.A ugI. ar. Labota rSuda rvisorTlLL'. Fir-t-l-

munt i. t au Terrier. ,ph one. r d ylo t lePesssessio.n A.. .t u..are.st .Apply11 .Alex s, SLENDID BU l NS22atP
A p~'d fe lre ~ rH.- id ulIl& C .'bl&, 17. I to .-Augt ... . Ie25..+ ... ~ .. 1 I o tl pei1 tfrom D. P i kldlt;, Ir.JI (.)MBusine s P operty1, Do P arktrt. Clla M .P.H4,y 3 bboto tr t

OmrWEdadStieulat2ont.i: Mnfto -An5. L. C mo6trNton.O.-47t lea.ITyIae it T
car. Apply i II t~hOod,692 AS 18 al.SaiP ".d.--I ain(od, )e l L are YtaaIN Businessm1.i q.fI.Freololn

..tonty.Als nStrdet... .lt mer5at0 COMlME.RCIA.L. F ADUDTO. o )ding WEDDN t B u
CouA fLoir Winte 4and erate 1 m1 n NEW LARG M.D.. N SIW CyoiNl Jons. Tandli Piano.oxo-A t A
Sal X IOJ17. met a- D Bu Ogalo. lukat1aCm do-e.1.
~am$0oiecleA SOC I oA e 9a32eeHILLM. FOR SDV AN IaTgoo4d X 2Manufactu reqireGo de.-aneray mIxedSI Al CirdoSt ciansiogBoulv rd. r.(phoNewrm, se

Tt wrt gP ho04U'. Egineer- n 0 ueen Stret.amesa....0.pe aitl..oSa Trae. ..bedoo ....... dawin room Pin. 'C - h t a MOT RNR S F OR SALE
-k 11tFOir. flh Gasood t1 8th.ee|rerviceabl e.I Nrowel C aaarSHenN .3 C alott e miracle.CfaulltSt re 3 t. nll a Mr P.He, 3D RCharlotte Stret-
.-A I.tor. Hg 6s 0C. P- e 40. AQugo.ar 17.Tlpha 63.0Pt i~n t tae rosD (5) Bunalo, sig Warren Street. fivensSeptem.bnefr -spt.cas 1 r5n. rdr
BABYDH U C ho e 7 3 LE1 3 H L M N I g o n dli n A ETEts. 26t Stcil redert, S reT .-Spu a nd 2 it. .S n S r a ad h s s c r d a la' lAd m n tavo A b r a n -A g 3 H I
C Lo th E R. PIaTet C H P N Xa nd o h r o r.IJe 21 A 4 9 enalo25 1* .o L ice c ot a B e h T bago -Af.er.

l-Ait ItIAug. NOT++ICE: Intetnfng purchams2 ayenySre do.trine ofth Ae.olletR d e ptx t MCataon; tr DW ubserlptLIn: $3.00. SSti N .V Letwt*. GL L '
0 0404 m 0 Oi -------------M o AuChair.SEE 813RM .4 0,~l ~1-8 2L. Caks63QuenRTIeS Ft.- A LE f26ollo V stae reho ldPonper udty, t JRames anR oa dIG LeST-S n Yatnfd.

LAto 1E WARDROE4 TRUNK. 68 getr- i waoleV thet the property No. 3sa llt. ThI- N. 8te. C. Boyre, T. Es21 and F. Flinch. S Bullet Iteo. Woodbronk,-Aug. 22,
R .00.d. Atheiy.3--9ASe. 1.. 2.t ct y ,Faelne ntao, advised ,se nte ... ..o ee g emen e .. t return their ----..-3I
.ItRe3 So M l Y. i ONET PRAM $81PI.P efet IS thoe property of the llunderai0 -e- Certl---tesma e n an usetpl1e. LIVESTOCK o
ZzO~HATI R pAjI: CRU A j +loRADm" --IOr-C-A-UIM TiITom BQUmIiPMENT---oai' e Ct-r I~("'t.e't Iuprermo nu hCourt~tet~l.O -.nAl.4:II 8 ALEXI~i.ANDERI WAt.COT (Iso) THRE OAIdIhoo dI,-- l Iel
Liok JeiDletN'r a te uets'r yll90 C 1I.0000 00l iefPhlone 7924-- hau lo. e ino. 'P ase d n e nc ownthealiedtoni en Rad aelling Au4:THEEg OA, Poe243.Ag...

rCOlege.eoderae TmetModeOneRRISILyre good-16-Aug. 0. '-uttapIn-. POULTRY AND SPPLIES
Voithlom Meter. Apply Box 0-129. "Guar- -Aug. ISI THE PUB~iC IS hereby eoti~od that I. PEDIGREE MATURE'D LEHORN.Ii.'
,' l t PR O P at o Pr Street. Ph ne lAa1ore DoliawIy,, w ifO adldoip-e Del- Psri811.00.RLsegltBroode r. II Cad6Ola "
CANADIA NNo.IP utMaer kay, 4709--A.e acswan. O gitll ven0noirldnd. Rod.-Aug.r: $ 2.8. 6
111111 C Ell r 6IANO8LA NDFOR SALE. neaChr 'Bum

0ue. One .Tt.. -Aug -Aug2-.iar.tt ,Diego .O
Paoe J l e enote dWailsIM mle Aoly O I b elt ion Apply .eHOUSE, eJU 4tmR--N OVATOEAD NO i01 SAND o0. E METAL SU E D.
P- "BtOTS."PGaoleESe ltII, sept. 1. t .PUEI I- hro fed that I W. A. Moot000 U TABroL dway. 'Phoneau .
pplyteve 21 FtT -TI P unmmlalal .qoaee" am so-.gelr re~lmsR l k y w It 4r 0.1t---Aug. 21,,
OWCtQroo u~co agt 4 ~*t all*,ra.-u l ln o tte atclr0paesl aherh e o jeite N NS-OS OE L

--.A----Is-ft- hl 1314... --Au..Emt.three.s t ay b .-- m we TR'C MI0R, Attad Machine, Twortes
S wa nIertt ha isIix Leg newily, buSIt wI :Mae rd. ele Aug a t ton Cylinders. Apg. y 21 Bo.on Stee.-Aog. 22
E TJe ~tmmu mo, ,.._~w bm D, ms ~m..1 o~s BRAND HEW CAD. Als onm pair i
?QW A eurepa~a a~~ etr Convenisenoe1. en Il~ I "1- JOLEpII1 MANO.URGH. Fon 'ertllra tfull-hrnwu). Apply Clan.
N IBM. W 4In. redaly+ f$r RS T Call li.R NGtE5 tube, 15 ___ -mleos Strit. de$, M aueta rd.km ulsnet6do.O
=T-ls h u I ..-All I roh glifOU- IfnL AND PeitaTlP and s erey tA..ed-that nI ROMSP ANDID OAPRTI Y0te re e

CellsA FU SA eOet-Aua_'--Z. S lf ed a.d--it lots, ItunlwokSr eet,, debt or debts dn+'t._wu.-- w__-. ;_ +ow. ste-n1 $3,00 .,0 On l n aj... .. lo ...P.uln Adams. ahe +. h ,~ ell my hom fuil.ba iom availbl. Part boar
liT , 'E rn ~O-l,-,-AIfte 5115.1 Hnry Stret 4II.ooooo 8 tr ee Mobsesi~o and proteotlon Slnce July12, 1044. 0pt~onal. Wrlt. Br's 312-141 eo +'Tnls~4a PA4
2-Ag.52I. an Lad lai Stee 2 .40.09- Twoj HENRY AIJAMS, iiesl~an.toL sllId dll parteul ..th ~gga -
lit- 'roars* til. 17 1.. bs lots lIndn. Crl R ,. CASa-V12ellotAg .
ole, 1*68 ,,a t -lzesl ,Wi ,00x-, A-"-V6,-SMA0.. 00.n C. Teta,-F 14 LktocoaSaw Il.
1AIjD 91t"ICttyCaLd RE- Circuard. Ph Ne41.-Aug. 53 I hal ntH Re tPU bLC ishrey wotified tht It WAS NTED '1 R heN
o'f Powera. n 1d AuIo SMALL a nsi LAd' S, ."Re.'iRYIE.1 am not lemponselfe to ms wt. S ylvia IoUROwPlEA n DasaymROO*M ll he S
ad r leld Cults, Immed le MA % Mim ,s leo t r emwr.T PUB Le Ii rello e ior any w it h olAlTboard. Mva haNso
a* CMolRSpYYOU0940orC1.t1ka ap y to iy a i debt od debts Orn Itr.et 1d by 4 .t. Write 5-131 ".
_o ft y 0 0 b r S e l H i n & At.s an. d o, v l e f t M Yp f 1 1 b a s i n g le f t niy h o1 0 0 A ug1e t th 1 0 4P a4 g % *a1 .
Owenm-Stos Re-4 talnln+g 3 be.drooms on 4 -..t 0 .... -ae .il Sam race odSI. .imMAR ,I4 Cess Aem emuhyql Sti n o ll.ln
Uyeeq.--S~pt. 2. vatiety ot .r..l trees thereon ."t a on. A$tat*Ju7
EI 2 street' 4. .AR Re- Mahe Road, Diego M ttrt g, about StSlfeet THE PUBL.C Is lately noO es. 121gt 'te.Udl e ."--Auaga.
4 W t 1e u e f r o t F o o R i d : te m inu sl me vs s fi i. na 'n A % 1. e r re s o n s bAlN o m y d e b t T U I DTIO N
It49 =01 0 1M ADRNEW -, I 0ado su00.eI. 0. Apply Knox, 'P ous 532g.-- or debts dlrPscted by mu y wile -t kIdAtSE
0 9 L A M n t IF O a n d L4 111 A L L i m L ~ d L dlft e t I am n ot i t pr. u ls tn le f tr m y w t s S yvare le Z a c te o~rA 0 1 1 1 1 M R O l e p a
HaA R14NSalnd Fe ld Clsel F ctr ImeiOP Ri 'Y. ~ o14t. 0 lc noveStm reet, pn mr noteamItion en 1144 r anywih.fll bo rd. Idest hi
im..i 0 oy rOParticulars a. .... h v., t,,. .12.k
a VAugI, g. KIMu
S, 4-.ilo Wets - t a eiwet 4- Moors ane, lt. Aof '5t. u,. "AIAn ,rs.Ociet e o i n.-VI-,-. SDegr ee SI.
rH~hq4 qrJA .W W & fi p % a-foqo f -4 r+ul t treesthe reon k. sit M11iri(nd Squa'n. A" 09%I Rr tI% 1aim1 a "
01AG+ igo M rtn aot otl TH: PL8+ t Itob +
too~d RO 1,1 s X ,.::: = ;E r ,13o erins.Ifa*esi_.,I n 10 "rreposileTUTIN R ES. t i


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At 11., 1.44,
$.2 each ; Boys'
$2.75 W.ch; GODUID*
Iota Rt $A.336al
Brombee At
tlets at 4 ule.
Auskiets t bMo, pgg
for WhOIOSSoe rote
H. P
Trnidd's Nraomsij
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we will sell suck 2
Items as- -
Crap Doubli s '
Maktress; ; oiil
Spring and aM
Bed and MattreWl
Beds and Sprln
M.T. Tables. cnmpi,
hogany Nlght-g
rored Dressing
ing Press. ,- ,
ble: Oval Dining
Dinner Service
Carvcrs, etc., -
Table Spoons.
Tea Set, Tea T
and Crumb eT
Stand and Crue
other Olamwsi
Meat Sate,
Mahogany i
holstered Dl's
Crap. Morrtis
with Cuhoin:
board Picturm

kets, Leathar
Writing Desk,
Chesterfield Am
Shears, WazoD
Plask. Zle u.
nd one Ch A
Pneumat Tic
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