UFDC Home  |  Search all Groups  |  Digital Library of the Caribbean  |  Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library  

Trinidad guardian

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Trinidad guardian
Added title page title:
Sunday guardian
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from University Microfilms.
Additional Physical Form:
Current issue also available on the Internet.
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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00735

Full Text





128A


r4> s.,aLTD.


2frinIia


MeA 9-- *-mA 2-


I -Mo.sox". X.Mu xI


(Imuarr ian


PORT-OF.SPAIN. TRINIDAD, .W.L, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1944. PRICK:g FOUR CENTS


fral' 'Stock

DSSMAN SAVaAEw
$licd--. leb. *

TPONe 4111 .1 L t to I "|
CANNING A Co., L_ __L


inforcements



Nazis Head


Pour



For


Into


New


Southern


Encirclemein


Beachheadsi



it In Northi


itsChurchill Saw Landings g
ts Knock At East Prussan DoorTrappedUn Eight-Mile

RedC ors"ca on Monday and boarded
|lim Lines Hold Nazis Face War On Three Fronts Chao iscloe tong^ PenLIa L0
C m no Fa British destroyer to watch the
R edK~I S i T roops\rr ,~ <' -.---- landing operations. Mr. pat- A
T='7 A AlgT/, ."l'i'''* N esn ntdW States Under:
ShMocK Irp yon \"m JrA '( Canadians Reported arU a nder Bulk Of Landin4
Red hockTrop \L\ Sj Fihtin In Setreetsry omr Wllar, antd Mr.ees

By W. W. rCHR I s eron Fighting In Streets achil l. e i M. Infantry Division,
Ag. I1 (AP) Russian shock troops lunged against ( )Oratn e ',../, e\ -_ I Of Falaise ... ... 1 1 Already Ashore


m the north and east, and with strong aerial support,
pphing to Within 10 miles of the border northwest of
... ... --...... ... .. ...


Quiet Reigns

Throughout

Italian Front
ROME, Aug. 16 (AP),- Relative
quiet reigned on the Italian front
as artillery activity and sniping
tapered off and the Allied Military
Government moved food for the
civilian population into the li-
berated areas of Florence. Today's
Allied communique said there was
"no change in the situation" on
the Fifth or Eighth Army fronts.
Eighth Army troops, however,
have finished mopping up an enemy
pocket at Empoli, 25 miles west of
Florence, on the south bank of
the Arno River. A quarter million
people of Florence are now
getting relief food, but thousands of
others are cut off in the suburban
areas of the city beyond the Ger-
man positions.
I Reuter quotes Godfrey Talbot,
the B.B.C. reporter, as saying
the Allies are now feeding about
three-quarters of the city's popu-
lation. Florentine patriots are
doing everything they can to help
despite the risk of shooting and
of reprisal. Talbot describes
how one volunteer society, which
was formed 600 years ago, g.vea
help to sick and wounded and
answer telephone calls for help
by hiding their identity with
traditional hoods and masks. The
society has done hard and prac-
tical work. The Germans still
have tanks round the outskirts
of Florence and any activity in
the streets Is liable to bring
down mortar and machine gun-
fire].


Allies Advance
On Mandalay Road
KANDY, Ceylon, Aug. 16 (AP) -
Today's Southwest Asia commune
que said Allied troops on the roa
to Mandalay continued the advanu
in southern Taungni and reached
the village of Thai agon, two mile
north of Pindaw. Other troops on
the Tiddim Road advanced south.
Burma-China Border
Flares Into Action


I the easters front
1 by Transocean,
| however, the OGer-
iolding in the area
s, second point of
Northeast of the
MinlnkaL.
d of tentative jabs
Soviet commanders
S rtions in pre-
ger general push
reported that
Defensive lines
1 no, which In
miles east south.
.5d 20 miles north-
1, where yesterday
repelled a strong
against their left
Pfbting I contlnu-
I radio said.
to an advance of
e from Vflkrvis-
t admitted that
ie through north
,he Lithuanlan-Lat-
,.. spoke of fierce
't the Blebreza. on
R approaches to
Zakharoy's new
to make two
s the railroad
Mok and Lomza, one
Scitiest guarding
k this sector.
that on their
24 hours, the
ibeen engaged in
W In all the key
the northeastern
M ast Prussia a
SIs In progress,
Ubve again been
and have al-
ps-third of their
imanss have corn-
ive up one or two
capturedd.
S attacked from
.1With tanks and
l Ce |lnng Same
Smen killed.
1the Russians ad-
I the bridgehead
Visatula opposite


tall along the
-frontiter, fed by
od Air Force. The
B t the besieged
three directions
etilng and unable
to stem every
nn merged intc
Assault.
tonia, Maslenni.
S diving steadily Ac
divide Sherner's
ibly 300,000 men
'V ic States.
two bridgeheads
and southwest
Enable them to
w with outflanking,
iA well as to rein-
tdrive on Krakow.
,Onltor communique
SAugust 16., north
I o Petseri, our troops
g offensive operations
.tore than 70 popu-
cluhdIng the railway
W*..st and south-
i .our troops s ccess-
Ittacks of enemy in-

yS WARSAW
4hting fiercely to
r threw gigantic
antry forces Into
Sfortheast of the
forcing the Rus-
tCwn of Oss"w.
i Warsaw's suburb
ofa Osow was ack-
Sthe Soviet com-
rtat announced loe
since the vast
S of the Russian
We' began on June
never had an-
.-Spture of Osow.
d-t aPproach to
bea their
6Of the capital on
bMongt Wokain, 10
theat.t The Rus-
G Oerman eoun-
Warsw, but
er that the prise
IW -this Imational
roke Into Sando-
ed the Germant
city had
closely for two
Sextended Russian
ethe Vistula, a
,.however, eatjy
wardon a lanced
Ill~o. aadpossibly
mwam there t9
Er^^*"!!* Int an
SU ent against
n satlrg the way
n :.t toward

thekfocal point of
howeveranl* Moe
M teRed Arms
a real aU-
Statust the
rantAmee
res.
to 4M


d
:e
S
a


CHUNGKING, Aug. 16 rteu.
ter) The entire Salween front
S- on the Burma-China border -
i has flared into activity with Chin-
ese troops launching large-scale
s assaults on Japanese forces hold-
Sing out in Tengchung and the
SEBurma Road town of Lungling in
a drive to open the Ledo Roac
from India into China. They are
b. -'ig supported by artillery and
B aerial bombardment. Inside Teng-
chung, Chinese are attacking the
Southeast and southwest walls and
Sthe ruins of the former British
Consulate.
SFollowing Intense artillery pre-
parations and supported by Ameri-.
can 'planes, Phe Chinese attacked
two heavily fortified hills domina-
ting the eastern and southern ap-
proaches to Lungling, isolating the
Japanese on the crest of one and
making gains on the other.

New Blows Struck
At Philippines
GENERAL HEADQUARTERS
SOUTHWEST PACIFIC, Aug. 11
S(AP)-It was announced todaythat
SAllied bombers in new blows at the
Philippines and Spice Islands, raid-
ed Davao, on Mindanao and des-
troyed 11 airplanes at Halmahera.
A patrol 'plane probably from a
Dutch New Guinea base attacked
Davao, the principal city in the
southern Philippines on Sunday,
August 9. Damage to this import-
ant port from which the Japanese
formerly sent a flow of troops and
Supplies to Kalmahera and New
Guinea was not disclosed.

Billion Rider Killed
In Grenada Smash
Trinidad Sardian Corremeweist
$T. -GORGE', OGRENADA,
Au. IS-E-gbert Warren, a water-
Semployee, was killed In*-
stantaneously this afternoon when
pUllionriding with Harolid Dewsur,/
a water Inspector, their cycle
collided with an army truck on
Paddock Road.
Dewsbury sustained a fractured
right arm, and multiple body
huurm and is in hospital where
hib condition is reported to be
serious.
Private Son Bullen was driver
of the truck.

Ex-Leipzig Mayor Held
For Plot Against Hitler
.. W YORK, Aug. 16 (A),-Th-


atl


Harbour Chief September 3 Named

Retires After NationaP'rayer Day
His xcelency the Acting
Y ear Governor has been Informed by
S8 Y ears the Secretary of State for the
-Colonies that His Majesty the
S Retirement from the Government King has appointed Sunday.
I service of Captain A. Bertram '" ,- -" ..
SSmith, Harbour Master, as from Septembel 3, to be observed as a
SAugust 12 is officially annoutiled. Na.onal Day of Prayer and
SCaptain Smith has been on leve Dedication
Prior to retirement after 18 --........' ........
Years' service. He was appointed
i Harbour Master on February 27. S:,. S t-rkdl e|o(
1926, coming here from Dar-es- O ', F So .lckd le
SSalaam, East Africa. m
Other official announcements In- K n l I' W
clude the appointment of MissR R turning To W .I.
. Paul as a 2nd class clerk. Health Sir Frank Stockdale, Comptrol er
. Department, as from August 21 for Development and Weitare in
Sand the grant of one year's vaca- the West Indies, will be returning
tion anV study leave to Mr. I. to his headquarters in Barbados
Rcaein, Agricultural Assistant. this week, according to a West In-
Among officers who have been dies radio newspaper broadcast
granted leave are the following: heard last night. Sir Frank who
Dr. A. F. H. Stewart, Medical Off- was recently In London has arrived
cer of Health, 180 days from June in Washington where, with Mr.
26B Mr. HI. M. Metivier, senior Ve- Charles W. Taussig, his fellow-
terinary Officer, 92 days from July co-chairman, of the Anglo-Amert-
10; Dr. E. P. Masson., Medical SU.- can Commission, he attended a
Sperlntendent, St. Ann's Mental party held in his honour there.
Hospital, 43 days from August 7, Another visitor to Washington
SMr. J. R. N. Cumberbatch, 1st class arriving yesterday was 0 Fits
clerk, Port and Marine, 125 days Green of British Guiana and In-
from July 31, Mr. R. W. Lucie- formation Representative in New
Smith, Assistant Superintendent of York for Trinidad. Barbados, and
Police. 21 days for August 1. 1 British Guiana.
Barbados Group Fails To Get

Licence For New Air Service
Barbados Caribbean Airways Ltd. has been refused permission
by the British Government to operate an air service between Barba-
dos and Trinidad, according to a letter written by the Colonial Se-
cretary of Barbados to the Secretary of Barbados Caribbean Airways
Limited; and published In the -Bar-bados Advocate" yesterday. /
The letter, signed by Mr. R. C. a. Stanley, Colonial Secretary of
Barbados, states: 4.- ...
"'I am directed by the Governor range for the supply of additional
aircraft to that e ny.
to refer to your two letters of the "His MaJesty's WGovernment are.
31st of July, in which you applied now considering prMPoat for the
respectively for a licence and a 'expnion of the service at pre-
esp.sent operated by British West In--
Provisional licence under the Air dMan Airways in order to soer
Navigation (Licensing of Public insprovemen; of commur.icstiong
Transport) RegulatIons, 1944..to between the various British Coln.
operate afirraft between Barbados It. in the Cgriban area and to
and Trinidad Provide adeqate and ecent
"As His Excellency explained to service to meet trac needs at that
the directors of the comoany area.
w.oM he received On the 26 eOf "It is hopeo that aditlcas, air.-I
Jy it was .ncssy to -refer crt WMlbe Awufuua j.. 4.,


SUPREME HEADQUARTERS
AlIled Expeditionary Force, AU.
16 (AP> The Nat! sviclde stand
in the Normandy coffin corridor is
breaking into the chaos of a ful'
f eight, but those who ran the grim
gauntlet of shell-fire were only
h ding into the prospect of a new
en-irclemirent which the Germans
said is shaping up between Paris
and the Seine mouth.
Troops of II Oerman dlvilons
are caught in the Normandy pocket,
it was disclosed officially a few
hours after American ttnks, in a
sharp thrust forward, captured
Pytanges and narrowed the escape
corridor.
Von Kiuge's "butrhers and bak-
ers' defence sagged heavily in the
Normandy bulge as E'itish patrols
swept unopposed into Conde-sur-
Nol-ean and first signs of chaotic
confusion appeared in the enemy
ranks.
"The German retro' at ls no longer
being conducted according to plan,"
a British st3ff ofmIcer said, at for-
ward headquarters. "Now It's just
get out -- if you can."
Wildly mil 'ing Germans still left
in the cauldron were mixed up.
troops frcm no fewer than 12 unira
belng identified in an area of one
square kilomeutre.
Reuter fays, as to the escape
gap between Falalse and Argen-
tan which the ,Germans still
manage to hold open, though
they have lost the uninterrupt-
ed' use of the main roads, the
Canadians have now reached the
outskirts of Falaise where troops
of the United Kingdom have by-
paEsed the town to the south-
west. A late message said to-
night Canadians are flghtilng in
,he town Frank Gillard. B.E'.C.
reporter, In his latest report says
the position around Pa'aise is
rapidly becoming fl'tid and he
states the Allies are taking every
possible step to keep the OGer.
mans unaware of their inten-
tions. To this end a temporary
eeu~nsqstl ban baA heel placed
t ajd Ianh launched a stir.
prise attack during a thunder-
storm last night. They liberated
three villages, reached the out-
skirts of Falaise this morning
and began to c:oe in on the
town from two aides. They have
taken more than 2,000 prisoners
since midday on Monday. The
Canadians now dominate all im-
portant roads passing through
the northern paut of the falalse
. gap whi'e American forces press-
ing on from the southern end of
the gap have all the remaining
escape routes under fire.
The whole sector east of the
Falaise bottleneck was under a
news blackout as complete as that
which masked General Patton's
cut-off drive torth of Le Mans a
week ago. The Oermans, however,
I reported heavy fighting on the
whole Chartrs-Dreux area, 60


WASHINGTON, Aug. 15 tCP)- --
Senator Kenneth McKellar. Demo-. 'PLEAE TURN TO PAO 8. COL. 11
crat., Tennessee, today urged the --- -
Senate to demand permanent pos.- Liberators Bomb
session of all isands necessary to .
the futuree security" of the United Jon Naval Base
States. He offered the resolution p Naval Bas
advocating: (1) United Stats Poe- CrNOKING, Aug. .6 tAP).-
session of all islands In posession Amercan L Aibegate :%A.
of, or mandated to Japan on ne- Japanese naval base of Maku in
cember 5, 1941, including Formosa, the Pescatuores Islands in theMk lnst
which might help Ine defence blow at te enemy islands between
of the Panama Ganal i2) Acoul- 10 *ln!P "ld"'"en
of the Panama Canal. 12) Acqui- Formosa and China, and the For.
ition by the United States under l-a n at-or, Ta',a" i thc F
post-war agreements of Bermuda mossa bour of Takao in the
and all Islanda in the West sInds southwest Potion of te bhg Jap-
IIIth Wet ndisanese Island was bombed at nigh'
"which are now possessions of by Li berators. a i
European nations. 3) egota- All the attack 'planes were from
tlon by the President of an agree- the.S. 14th Air Force. No details
ment With Ecuador, looking into e gi v3 h Aie orce No datetac
acquisltfc- o, th.e G.japgo were given on the Maku attack.
lans n of the Galapa gosa Is The communique said also that
Expressing complete agreement fighting on the outer ringof Heng.
with MeKdlar's resolution, ena. yang continued. The Loinese, at-
tor Alben Chandlerluti Democratn tacking from the east, recaptured
Kentucky, declared that It was Jut' severe strategic points and cleared
as "foolish" to leave Islancs in the te vicinity of Lienhuachcn of
hands of Allies unable to defend my rnnt .
them. as to leave them with the fVgorous Japanese attack south
enemies. o f Hengyang made no progress,
while west of the city there was
NASBAU INCLUDED no change.
An enemy unit driving south-
The resolution was ... ferred ward from the area southwest Of
the Foresin ou tions'rerttee Hengahan was checked at a toti
the ForeMin RyClationsteCommittee. 12mignwegtpfgHreng, ReinoHm c
Robert Reynolds, Cha*irnf,. h 12 miles weGt of Hengyang. Havyl
the Mili.tary Com mitt"ee".i". ^td heP "ftn i pr groa ere .Retatoi ool
would liketo seeMcKella.r'sreso- JP t the outskirts of Le.-
lution broadened to include not yang south of Hea sag, made re.
only Bennrmuda but Nassaund J wed assault s and heavy fighting
c andi^ J ii ii ln prolgrrM*.,
melca. Reynrcids added that "we --- .
should not only take islands which "--
belon to the British there, but
we s scuss the sBattle Inshe
value from what Great Britain owes B I i
us. as a result of World War I 0 Wow ,,w ts auCS
World War 2."' Wrl a Ian W am w Subsides
Similarly he advocated acquis-
tion of Cur acao, whish he w o 0=11, Aug. i(Route).-
deduct trom "what the Dutch Qo n- G general B., nsmmna-a -iin f
emrnment will owe ue fo reconquer.- of the Polish now#, Ary, i n&
14g and delivering to theUm -the cooiimmi recev, eby the asi
Dutch A Ines." Reynolds Teilopi Ah. o ew.aln
also favoured taking over the fithtmft b"a5 u .emwrhat n
French Islands of St. Pierre and the difelt etettON nrtlra m
Miquelon, off the Newfoundland t111 o f t, oV0ld Of Wasaw. 4
coast. I C a nere lom m vy yee- 7
Sterda nd t&-MMacksi e i
British Newspiper u".' 7 710 s Brtish Newspape reports from Warsw idUcated
Comment On Resolution that the city % receiving help frol
the AWCS although more luppUG
LONDO. Aug. l (OP)-Nelfw a ae m tuaar needed."
paprsgU~a~y piux4brief and~ _________
SUni^.ted ates Senate re- ---
e dSigg peae ted About Flyind Bommb
eWBmtfae The, a O W, Aug. L6U itir)!,- A

woe enotaoeod to d

or m- VIM
ffi,^ ^ci^Mlm bSl Awa*i Wiiia" cod


Allies Smash

Nazi Aircraft

FactoriesAgain
LONDON, Aug. 16 (Reuter) -
Another massive air blow has been
struck at German aircraft factories
and oil refineries today. More than
1,000 American Flying Portresss
and Liberoators of the Eighth Air
Force flew ont. from B:itain to
points In France and central Ger-
many.
The bombers, escorted by a strong
force of Mustangs, Thunmdrboltst
and Lightningq, had three targets
on their list which had not been
attacked by American heavies be-
fore. The chief target was An
equipment, depot in the Reich.
Other targets were an assembly
aircraft engine plant, synthetic re-
fineries and German air bases.
Several of these targets have
been hit recently, but got into par-
tial working order again The bomb-
ing was done in good weather and
results are reported good to
excellent.
The American onslaught followed
another attack on Berlin by R.A.F.
Mosnultoes last night, the third
which they made on the German
capital in the last four nights.
More Mosquitoes were mine-laiying
in enemy waters. From the night's
operations not one Allied aircraft
was lost.
The Germans sent flying bombs
ovtr southern England, including
the London area during the night
and today. Fighters and anti-air-
craft guns had another big beg,
many having been destroyed over
the sea or shot down In open
country.
R.A. F. Wellingtons, Liberators
and Hallfrxes attacked Airfields at
Valense in the Rhone Valley last
night. The results of the attack
were o*"ure by hue. One cor-
rapondtat sVa Allied Mditer-
ranean aircraft flew a reord
numbr of aortiea yesterday In sup-
port of the landings.

Germans Sink
Refugee Ship
ISTANBUL, Aug. 16 (AP).-Five
airvlvoro of the Turkaish Phl.
Mefkure, previously reported sunk
on Aurst S while en route from
Rumania 1o Turkey with 260 Jew.
1-h reft.,-s, sold the ship wan
sent to the bottom by ehell-fire
from three German patrol boats.

1811th Day Of The War

Against Hitletism


ROME. Autg. 15 (AP)-Paeod by:
United States Sixth Corps-thb%
famous Anzio beachhead corps -
which comprised the bulk of the
initial assault fcrce and by addl-
tional thousands of alr-bornr
troops, American and French.,
troops of Major-Oeneral Alexande .
M. Patch's Seventh Army swarmeM.
steadily Inland in southetb -
France today, penetratuf-
to depths of eight miles or mom,
in some sect,)rs.
Allied headquarters tonight anw.
nounc'd that reinforcements con-.
tinue to pour In without IntmrueP-
tlon on the beaches and the bulk"
of the landing infantry dlvsIons',
is already ashore.
iReuter says they have taken .
their flrt obj~ctivea and are
firmly established between Canne*
and Toulon. Algiers radio al sd to-
n' I1L that Cannes Is in Allied
hands. American and British
air-borne troops have success-
fu'ly blocked German reinforce-
mrint..)
Headquarters said nearly 70
Oprman prisoners have been cap-
tured from the time the first wave
of troops hit the beaches yesterday-
until midnight last night.
Among these prisoners were men'
from an enemy tanker end a cor-
vette which fell before the attack
by a United Statea destroyer six
hours before the principal land-
Ing. The tanker was sunk by the"
warship's shell fire and the other
vessel was captured. The dtstroyer
was in a protecting screen for the
landing of French troops On the
island off cape Benat.
Rome announced also that a
force of French commandos which
landed some rmlts from the main
assault unit, made contact with
the American Infantry division. It
was prevloussy disc'osed that these
commando forces had helped cut
off the roads leading to the beach-
heads.
Allied Air Fores. meawhilJ,
continued to pound enemy ,po
UtMn and cenw mmsHao yM
integfMANoe 2 wM aeportedw i
night that eemmy air eppasitl
wA "negligible.,
Reuter reports that at Oen
Point yesterday Allied foros
landi from ths sea had ea
serious opposition and were unk
able to disembark.
EZINFORCEMENTS BLOCKS
The British and American alr-
borne troops landed on a big alsie
behind the lines today, oefectively
blocking the Oerman attempt to
rush reinforcements to the In-i*
lion scene. The Amlericaf wed
fame-throwers to bum the Oar
mans out of stone emplacementM.
Highly trained expert a.-bor
forces were landed from I
gliders which formed a trash l
fully 50 miles long and Se Mi
MPlIA TmUN TO PAGQ 5, OL. q


CANNING & CO.*

THE PREMIER GROCERS


LTD.

'4







0C. 1 ,

0'.^


CANING.& I


Hitler feared a two-front war, now, an these maps show, Germany elr eeng crushed remore'sely
from three sides. Top: Allied forces have established beachheads at points along the coast of mouth-
ern France between Toulen and Cannesf Boettom left: Reuvan forces are presing forward on their
front east of the East Prusian border. Latest reports speak of thrusts northeast of Vilk&vtiskla,
In the direction of 8mallninkal, between BI'3ystok and Loma and also in the vicinity of Suwalki.
Bottom right: A thrust from Le Mans, reported west of Chartres constitutes a further danger to
German troops who escape the Normandy pocket. The Canadian drive to Padalse and the Ameri-
can advance which has by-passed Argentan are closing the Jaws of this pocket around an esti-
mated M,4 German trooepm...


U.S. Move

To Hold Bases

For Keeps


r
i
i
>
r
>


h













S sw ..m.m d,"1

0. wY.emm tugr* W *,,O4.SPAN

M M UW-A.USMS AW". M PSMANAV

4 9141 NSHCiH e WA (?Nsgbms Huikw P44
low W1 0 WSPUS6MATIVS
S Pol A C. (no) t Me Avwen. N.Y.C.
PMS MU 4M' AusIih pews ftsuw. Umii wMPross
NOW T amAA40dt Pr*weF.o



Cear-Cut Air Superiority
Aids New Allied Invasion

AIRBORNE troops are destined to play
a mor Lnportant part In war. They
were insiumental in paving the way to
the socce of the Normandy Invasion,
lor their work of disrupting the enemy's
communications made it difficult for the
defenders to bring their troops to loca-
41 os where they were most needed. A
much larger force of these paratroops
was thrown into the invasion of south-
ern France, and they appear already to
have succeeded in preventing German
reinforcements from reaching the
enemy's forward positions. It is partly
because of the groundwork they laid that
on the second day of the Invasion the
liberating forces were in some parts
eight miles Inland, and it can be said
that operations are proceeding according
to plan.
But it is not only men that the
'planes are dropping on southern France.
They also carry supplies and equipment
in addition to those which are being
landed In vast quantities on the beach-
heads. Just as the German shore de-
fences were powerless to prevent the
landings, so their ground defences have
proved inadequate to prevent the mass
descent by glider and parachute which
began on Tuesday morning and continued
yesterday. The myth of Hitler's European
fortress has been exploded once and for
all, and it must now be plain to the Ger-
ma masse and the collaborationists in
the enslaved and satellite countries that
the hopes of victory which Hitler raised
art vair,
The invasion of southern France has
exposed the bankruptcy of the Luftwaffe.
In Normandy It offered weak opposition
to air forces whose superiority was over-
whelming, and now it has failed to inter-
pose itself to save Hitlerite Europe
from a blow which will weaken the Nazi
hold, and hasten the liberation of the
enslaved peoples. It Is past all doubt
that the scope of war operations on the
widely-separated European fronts Is far
beyond the capacity of the air power
which Hitler planned to be his sure in-
strument of victory. The Luftwaffe has
been so strained and battered that It Is
greatly outmatched ard outnumbered
on every front.
The success of the Allied armies in
landing operations on hostile shores has
been due to the perfecting of the co-
ordinating use of land, sea, and air
forces. Every amphibious operation so


ItINHIAP .UARm**, 1wU3U~AY, LUOUST 17. 1W.


far has brought ne w r ezpkt which
has m" 1o, mqpf ot 5 an
in w ar gew Tetahvy ay' aft alo.
Behind the ljlftal a pus of the ta vaabap
of soutrwi Ve QI hoiev&I, wete
Wooths of planning and preparation,
Sand the perfecting O strategy and in-
stuoemnts designed to destroy the enemy
In the shortest p-81b" thVe. There has
so far been n strong German opposi-
tion, but whether this will develop re-
main to be seen. In Normandy the Ger-
mans proved Inapable of carrying out
the obvious cotntts to Allied blows.
When they counter-attacked their efforts
were too weak and too late; their
stronger opponents were too well estab-
lished and could not be dislodged. For
this weakness they are now paying the
penalty, and there is no reason to expect
that the result in southern France will
be different.


Adult Suffrage Will Make
Big Demands On Education
THE address by the Director of Educa-
tion at the teachers' conference cn
Monday assumes special significance be-
cause of the Colony's forward political
surge. The grant of adult suffrage for
tie Legislative Council elections makes it
more necessary than ever to have an
educated population. Properly speaking
an extension of education should precede
wider political responsibility if the fran-
chise is to be intelligently used. But fail-
ing this we must do what we can to make
up for lost time, and education should be-
come a leading preoccupation of the Gov-
ernment and people.
We were glad to hear MX. Patrick
commend the educational recommenda-
tions of the Agricultural Policy Commit-
tee's report. If these are to be a guid", for
his department we can Icok forward to
real progress. Nowhere in those reconm-
Tnmendations do we find anything to sup-
port a system geared to the passing of
external examinations as its b?-all and
end-all. If we send our children to school
only to learn how to ,ain'lhe School C1r-
tificate, then wive may well lose hcpe for
genuine advancement. Passing such a
test should be incidental to the broaden-
ing of the pupil's mind and the release of
his intellectual and spiritual forces. His
growth should not be conditioned and
limited by examination requirenints.
Mr. Patrick very appropriately linked
the liberal with the practical in education
as essential for community welfare. He
pointed out that it i1 important to impart
a knowledge of their own surroundings to
children before taking them on mental
journeys to Mount Everest: that school
work should include agriculture and
other practical subjects, but what suits
on! arra may not suit another: and that
secondary schools should be available in
rural surroundings and not only in the
chief towns. In the same breath as liter'-
ture. art, and music he spoke of establish-
ing dairy farms in special schools. The
provision of meals for necessitous child-
ren he said is occupying attention along
with the extension of compulsory educa-
tion. At the bottom of the ladder a liter-
acy campaign is about to get under way.
It is good to know that a now slant in
education is being considered, and that
progress is receiving an impetus from the
experts of Development and Welfare, who
seem to be distinguished bv broad, bal-
anced, and liberal views. Mr. Patrick is
evidently working along progressive lines,
and we shall await further news of his
plans with Interest. Genuine education is
the basis of all worthwhile advancement,
and it must have a spiritual animus to
succeed. That is most nearly expressed,
perhaps, in the term "education for
citizenship."


d I

Trinidad Motor Insurance


Coo. Ltd.


INQUIRIES SOLICITED.


OffMes : 2 Iroedway,
Port-of-Spain.


Phones: 4907
5566


nwiHiwuuam'lil'tW


wo!--w 7-
*tW * GovernmentN|
ifW T .*- .. ::^-- __ ______i|

oan^ t INOFICE OF SALE wO&Km s
%- AFTER LEVY.
g sax"s. ftm f6 01000 (Ordinane No. now Remedies
ofCeioreOrinnes, p 4.)NOTI

Commluity Spirit UIged Ri-Desl
The Edl*to, clTr oM l omtUM" J a4aB Hardly a day now Pwo without No.4 Of
letters appearing wprusing di- t The Matter of o
aUtactioc and con w tn with con- BILLA XBPP laX tiff,4.
one pvan in ti olo4y at 1 ai
present. After all allowances ave 2 VersuS j ( WALCO6T
been msie for the circumstances of n lUtd I
mar thc.'-e seems a ill much Justi- RENE JOSEPH Archer CVol
ficatitm for many of these gritv. wt-Defendant. ih O
n te pt ew months ihave NOTICI ishereby given that 19I4
ot.daleed a et ous po-al -y ... l1 wlbethere beput up for 1sale ama R
o oin "[ y, cr ea outoget ti ...T?" oit Thureday' t
-anditons" affet our poita &r-. I a h reeri m e le nia
vice. A letter posted in Princes* (The Fnch people are everywhere taking p ars sins 24th day of Augustt, 1944 at two
Tohn trre weeesple are eoerywhere pp16an upn&their claiey o'clock in the afternoon one un- sting Co.,
ron teaeres w lagehs not yet the opprere In their country.)dtiao, [finished house, built on concrete red on 4th
letter posted to n Forest Reserv po-- r_' pillars, covered with glvaied Cormpenaation
19 days to get there. _o A (S I I fl uaym ei s nLandsto Mrs.tPhilip Joseph tmnderA'
oshaveoCaufaAquisito Payments |
isidpllarnexpervences. Complaints toL u-e hir:Cmpenst On
The Sale will takePlacedantoftth
*he proper authoritl- have brought1 /^ 4., AA A TI-,, ^IA, The ate will take plae on the Ilment
e assurance that "W are n cised A s IniadequaIte premises. A C C E d toro|
our best." .v. ',, 66. m,,, .A. C. CLARK9. andeVictrell
tl'e ssurace tat "~ ~ re aherday orequ
I do not doubt that there are Without neCesUarLy endirm- winding around a giant rock on 2nd Dep. Marsh&l.r 1The Co- r.
tio(re 1ho are doing their vt-y In g "M V*.W txte*..4 An this the great stump of a balata whiob ---- Masl fore Th
hest; but what can they achieve slttcLe, Use "`.-1114.1 u.' has defied the ravages of weather o'clock in th
when so many others asow auch dln" publishes them as an and time for longer than the oldest NOTI Eo" 1 ,.
complete lack of Interest and re- inllitlun o waiat ki ap r it- inhabitant can tell. O H ouwe, Port-olf
sponsibility ? y D g sald In ajmc quarters it is by such roads that house Commistoner t
What Is required in this Colony about he L.. -.- ., ant what furniture Is posesscd terl e the dl
is for every man, woman, and child pro"ee..g,. I have to be carried some miles to Proof of ret
to realise that perfection can only By 'kLUX MhNTOR the place where the truck can take The public are h.reby no. dants to the
be attained when we all learn the The wine say ItL is never too late them. vacinatin of r to beqie
ineaning of service, to mend, but owur Gvernment, ig- To see such difflcultis unneces- tifed that vaccination of0 wi be r ube
We ned to ra from wOhp-oring this aphorism, have pei* arily forced upon ecple and, lur- equines (horses, mules and ent at the
W e n ced to e ase fro ,m w o rqh ,.p o mglnedp n rr, n ve pe m u-lesly orn d naen tsand f1
hing money and pleasuwe inj de- ta in their course of error at tnermore to see them leiedi value donkeys) against kuine birtn the fom
otlop a community spirit. it hall caura. So payment for properties for their properties, is enougu to agamli M umbtand be
the time given to coktail parties been" going on fr' sme time, make one wish he had the genius Encphalomvelitis (Sleepig cumstancesbe nm w
and dances were given to conatrutc- but in a manner that has cause of a Cicero for declamation, the Sickness) will take place in
r .Cu. and ,nesifled the p aslon-stirring eloquence of aD n ated this hth
1tire thinking. planning, and wo rk- 'v ...nrd grief occasioned by, Burke for impeachment, and the t- County of St. Patrick on e hs1t
Ing on this Colony's problems, the the removal vigorous and vituperative pungency the following dates:-V.
something really worth while 'would oward the small pro- cft Junius for denunciation, the fllwill dates:-
Up achieved. riets is one of unsympatlietic But the way of moden ..t
And let those In high authority prsi i in But he O odrton h to 12th August
take note that they hve thi e-ithem Governme. nt dealing with commends itself even if it cannot
ponsbllit of eting t ie example value for n ref use to payn prevent one meditating In sadness t A
osin lof ett. trp vai efr tonca bean unless on the wrongs that can be corn- 14th to 19th August
to those in low estate, the trees are 24 feet apart. miltted, the troubles that can be oo
tRev) REGINALD T.G. Now, compai actively speaking, brought about, the sorrows inflic- Notices giving particulars O RO
MITCHEL tone bean is not an old industry ted and the worry and suspense ftime and place will be
Port-of-Spain in Trinidad. Some claim it was caused by a mere stroke of thebe
first i introduced here by a Vene- pen made without due cona d.ra- posted at the Wardens' Offl-
ZFY Replies To Critic zuelan, thewlate SenortIvMateo Mar- tion for the human side In public ces and in other prominent
ZFY Repies To Crcno, but whether this is truer affairs, ces and in other prominent M
The Editor, "Trnidad Guardian." not the fact is he was the first to But, alas, that is the way of'err- places and owners of animals .
My attention has been drawn to plant it on an economic scale in Inc man. are s rong advised to con-4
a letter by an anonymous corree- Caura. Both he and hi.s manager, ut good old England t strongly advi to con-
pendent published in your Issue the late senor Faustino Jimenez, every man to do his duty and there suc t them.s
of Jutv 26, under the caption, knew something about the cuiti- is no part of it so important as
"Biondst Complaint." In as much nation of tonesa bean or sarapia, that the exalted shall even more .O. WILLIAMS,
ai it concerns !his station, I would as it was called. by example than by precept, hold
be glid if you would publish this They had the young plants set before the people an a standard Actiag Director of Agricultuol
^.before thef people^ aaps a^ ^ stadr Actl. Director of Agriculture 1^-l-
ettL,: as there is no other means in their places 12 to 15 feet apart. for their guidan#.e the principles __
ki contacting "Radio." Their reason was tnat at this dis- of morality, the eternal verities up- ..
Ove would think that a complaint tnes in favourable oil tonca bean on which her laws are baed.
of tils nature would have been gives crop in four to live years but a TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.
addr .ssed to the people most con- it will he 18 to 20 yeai's before ad- Still Hope T IAD A BAO,
enred in the matter, namely our- joining trees will interfere with one
:selve:, but our Trinidad listener another, at which time every se- Hence the ways of unfairness DUEPARTBNT OF AGRICULTURC a
prefers to use your column for the cond tree can be judicicusily re- cannot be allowed in any affair in _____
purpose. Under the *ci.'cvmstances moved and the proper distance which Government is a party. The
we ieel that he or she should be secured, people of Caura have not given up
Sven a reply in order to set his or By this method the owner gets all hope, they still have some con- HOW TO DESTROY PARAS
I her mad l it rest with regard to the the adavntage of 13 to 15 years of fldence that all will be well at last.' D ST A Aa
inwrnng sier-tce broadcast by ZFY. crop from trees which will be cut They are right; for as the magne- _______ __ __
14 s,'in., that yoar co-respondert out when they become too many tic needle turned to any direction
LAs unaware that the selection and cause overcrowd.nsg, always returns to the Pole, even
played <.n ,he date In question is Most. people in the district have so a conscientious Government err- Most food producers at the present tiUe suffer
rntitld "Andantinto" iThe Song of followed the pioneers' way of plant- .ng because it is human, will not tons of parasol ants or "bachacs" gn their crops.
the soull', bv Edwin H. Lemare. an Ing as described. Since half of the fail in the end to right their wrong caused by the pests are often aggravated owing t
eminent Eiivlish organist, and corn- number of trees will have the same when they see it. scarcity of materials generally employed to destroy
pos.e', ind that the particular ver- economic value as the other iaif it will be a cause for *a dis- l.
.sloi played on that occasion was up to 20 yards consideration ought appointment over our Government, Frequently, also, a food garden Is Invaded by anti
recordd in a place of worship, to be given for that vaui.. i they do leMss and yet remain adjacent property and the correct action to be fo
The pact that a polar wots o la satsfed with themselves In this IS not always known to the gardener who is afft,
The factn that a popular waltz Cause T o Complain Ca"ura business. that much damage Is done before the offending nest
based on thir s tune was published. Here are a few glaring examples Government speak of a re-settle- leaflet explains several simple methods which
tract y, rm the beau^y and purpose of the treatment about which so ment scheme at Lopinot for Caura destruction of ,|iy nests and clartfies the provisions
S'h, .alcmpstin "Radio"',many of the smaller proprietors evacuees on the Morvant-housing earning the destruction of parasol ants.
ofw!'e .. co. position....Radio"',complain.plan. This in evidence of an in-
1a 1illJ find a$ g l mllany classialcomlan
i fnis made popular In recent c s.s A woman at Montin, for five provoemnt on their first attitude. Methods of Detructo. The maoat efficient
n o dierent te._ .Incid.ental acre all ,panted in tonca b'an, Since the removal order, seven used for the destruction of parasol ants are va
Under different titles. Incidentally, h.... .......--=Cu- aohn.. .,. tke e~rc/n fpro nsaevr0
the recording of 'Andantino" used with a house on the land, got only Caura families found homes at t prussic acid., such as "Cyanogs" and "Cymag." Te
W'nt another l r 16 acres WithlSanta CruzSettlement: 31 went to ous powders give off prussia acid vapour In contact w"
thaemp a was not In cwaltz..ocoa, tonca bean, and coffee.w St. John, near Mt. St. Ben-Edict. i the powder is blown into a bachac neat, the ants w
Possibly as....tlon of this.was paid $1,100; and a th:rd having and are settled there. This is often the only method which can be suc...
l th e tcrsfatoon ofnthis'cocoa and A grat number of families are h
te wi~th a dance hall Is still tooiht acres of tonc beant cocoa ad A number o fmile ar he treatment of very large nests or for nests stt-l
S'rith for yonur crreshpodent. thit coffee, with drying house over still In the district waiting upon of permanent buildings. Asit demands the use of a
wr no forul of the composer nt.r of dwelling, $11,00. Government. They have great re- alve pump, however, the method Is one for the
l arranogf r ol f the dalyoservieof, When it its considered that aspect for Government's authority, gardener, for the Plant Potection Officer or for
O "rri .. 'erourthedationse acres planted in to'nca bean in the but they are conscious of their tons of gardeners, rather than lor the ordinary
G v de Fro RiTA S Mateo Marcano manner should rights as British citizens. They
V ". naer Icontain about 1,400 trees up to know no emergency has required The most popular method of .ant destruction in ^
British Guiana United the 20th year, after which they the suspension' ofthose rights, and carbon bisulphide ("Calypso") into the nest and,
Brish Guiana United mightbe thir.ned down to about as quiet law-abiding citizens they of the entrance and exit holes, to Ignite the ex
Broadcasting Co, Ltd. 700. one has to wonder bv what have done nothing to forfeit them. the "calypso" makes with the a. ni nedlately
Geurlgown principle of valuation can (Govern- They- find some consolation in the the holes which are still open. This method i s lS s
moent make the fair value of 5 Lopilnot proposal, but not as it one first described and involves some fire risk iff
Drug Stores Needed cres of full-beari,'g tonca bean stands. buildings or in grassy or bushy land during the dry
only $500. bri
The dilitur, "Trinidad Guardian." tet this Is not the worst. Two Easiest Solution It is not general realized that ordinary ,
Among the many needs of To- parcels, one of nine acres, another Government offer to build and ant destruction in exactly the same way as J
baso are diug shops. The whole of 15, containing 2,280 tonca bean collect a monthly rent from the gasolene Is less effective than "calypso," and re
vA lndward district for six miles be- trees, besides cocoa, coffee people, These say they couM go to nent three or four times may be necssry before
yond Scarborough, and right on to and buildings, are only valued at Lopinot if Government could rent destroyed, but solene Is ua'ly ore red ,
Speyside-Charlotte Vllle, with Anse $4,500. The average sales in tonca the lands and allow them to build "cal"' which, ne r ditionsl, is often ready
Formi and Bloldy 'Bay beyond, bean alone for the list three years their own houses and pay a yearly A mypxture of equal pwart of eroone and .solen e
have none. Yet scarborough has amounted to $1,565 a year, leaving rent for the land. At Caura the more effective and, If necessary, kerosene alone ma
two drrg shops, out cocoa and coffee. Whv should people live In their own houses is usually co.slderable difficulty In ig nitig the
A conversation overheard a few the Government want to force the built in many case upon their own a enabled cult n g the i
nights ago, disclosed that a sick widow who owns this property to lands. One can understand such mall fire is kindled over the nest.
pa:son due for hospital could not quit for a paltry sum of $4,500 ? people's desire, therefore, not to be 'r
be got there by the hospital ambu- it's going to be a sad reflection reduced to the status of mere Ant nests may be destroyed without the us$ of
lance because there was no chaut- on the Integrity of a resp.ctable tenants having to pay a monthly all; the method is not a particularly pleasant u M'
feur. His work was done and he Government if such scandalous house rent. sometimes it Is the only one which can be used. 1
had gone home till the next day. mistakes In valuations Government It is not too great concession opened up with a tork and several buckets of water
That seemed reasonable; he wal have to pay by are allowed to for Government to grant. Every- In. One or more labourer according to the sife t
not employed for night service; but stand. It must be borne in mInd, body, I should think, has seen Gev dance" the saturated nest until the colony is d
certainly someone should be. An that It is no slight sorrow ernment's mistake in this Caura the unpleasant nature of the task, this is one of tjbp
experienced druggist would, I am with which the people are already affair. There was no necessity methods of ant des.ruetlon and It involves no risk c B
sure, be a veritable godsend in weighed down, no slight trouble whatever to interfere with the in- to plants growing near the nest, a"
these out-distrlcts, In the absence that is facing them. In very many habitants, The least they should do,-
of a doctor. oases the houses although, they therefore, is to pay the people pro- The Legal Provisions. It is hoped that all hol
Could not our Hon'ble Tobago rijllht continue to be habitable for per prices for their properties and culturists will be sufficiently public-spirited at this j-j
Member think of his ill-conven- years if left where they are, will rent them lands at Lopinot as they bachac nests on the property under their charge 5B IW
lenced constituents and further only be fit for fire-wood when bro- desire, pear, or at least Immediately such a nest is mentoOM
urge a Government subeldbed d.- ken. And the expense to remove This is the easiest formula for neighbour. If this Is done as a matter of public duty
uensary for them? those that are fit to be talhen away the solution of the critical problem need of compulsory measures and much damage, ,W(
I TODAGONIAN can be gauged fro: the following which Government's own mistake feeling will be avoided.
I Tobago case related to me. has caused. If the people's request r -s,
Tobago To break a house of fair slize, i, agreed to, Government should Under the terms of the Plant Protection Ord g
Tand carry the parts down-hill by see that priority is given to Caura sibllity for destroying the nests of parasol nti -
Taxi Parking Nuisance the narrow track between rows of applicants; In fact a f -r is prac- occupant of the property on which the nests 000ff,'
The Editor, 'Trinidad Gardian." cocoa trees less than a mile to cable, Lopinot should be reserved Plant Protection Officer may enter Into any proM.
Please allow me to call the atten- where the truck could reech to for Caura settlers, dwellng house, in order to search for parasol ant
lion of the police to the nuiance lea, cat tmhe t ow ther overO$100 an order calling upon the occupier of the property?^
ase b txidrves naerge sthegrated maorit ofl uth hpuces te DTOR N" The report,,.. nfl parasol an'ts within a specified number Of day's, ui
S breet between the Acima 'S2 are stated in more dfilcult places the Director of Agriculture for fails to take the cton prescried he may be P
Sntd grete distances from 194 st that L.r Reconnais- compliance wlth the order In addieton, f thS
Street a t eo wheel traffic roads than the ease ance Itats, Cau-a, BS7 acres In Officer considers such action necsary he may g
c .At about i.o osok the ot er se redstn t of tter o r eoads nnre atse e p hs.for any istA he my require and destroy the ne
evAning I boarded, on of teM e the nelent Carob wa roajudt in resttilme nt of the peope d-t of the premise wll be responsIble for the payi yK
eveingt I boarded, one of the.ancientnCa way ju't an .in- p sdrm t.he.adjacen v penses incurred and legal powers are provided to
t4xis to go to San Ju^an but t 41,t track here crossing a ravie,. lay in connection with the water ment. Where there Is no person in actual occup i
could not proceed because tre skirting a precipice, now scheme, the owner is similarly responsible.'
front and a bre a st Robots Rob N z is Of Vital Gas Wat d. If your ,arden being ,.E-
We had to wait ftull seven Jpl- R b ts 1O IN Zi first find out if the nemts are in your gre ri
utes before the front taxi drove off A description of the propulsion tainted Ia two Irae spherical wire- In the former case, destroy the nests by o re of1*
and we were able to et cleM., unit used on the German glider bound bottles in the fuselage, Far- above. Shoul the anta co-mie fro. a nehlbot'
TAXI PASSENOUR bomb, Mark VI, Is publl.hed in ther to the rear is a venturi, with of the fact and ask him to destroy the* If
Po't-Of-Spain the British aircraft journal the ignition plugs located in te Iort the inatter to the D er~ment oftSte. nAg tlttue
--- "Plight." Contrary to popular belief centre. ....... .....


I Stond-Pipes Used As Both ter* is neither compressor, tui- The action of the Impulse unit take the A tant or Planction. It Officehe ol 0
blue, nor rocket apparatus used lor after the initial launching is as npe et s a" ry action. f the P ro
The diteG 'Trinidad Guardi..s propulsion of the robot bomb. follows: pressure of air at the front parent eputar diculty, the Plant ProtclP
I be-- to dirsw the attention of An entirely new form of impulse forces the shutter open and air en- arll eesslary assdt hefan c P soflt ath este
the authorities concerned to the reaction "engine" of the crudest ters the tube where it s mx m ould be locatd and the facts of the sl
fact that the stand-pipes In this and simplest foir, acting on the with gasolene sprayed from ie Ward Officer of the district or to any Plant
district are being used as baths by resonant system, is embodied tn jets to create an explosive mixture.
the aubli., the 11-foot tube surmounting the Here it is igalited, and the suc What net to do. Do not report your neig I
In view of the Insanitary nature fuselage, The fact that the aerial ceding explosion closes the ahi of Agriculture until you have spoken to him you 1
and general unpleasantinss of torpedo Is inefficient and crude is shutters and by the pressure wave natural that he should resent It.
this practice I hope suitable steps regarded as unimportant, as the created at the front end causes the
will be taken, flying bomb can he regarded as combustionproductsto be- violently Do not expect the Plant Protection Ofcer 10
Rn61DENT. "consumable goods' to be used only ejected from the open end, and pro- on demand and to destroy evary little neSt In It
|ClaxtonS y. oace and its .ngth of life brief., pelhe pilotles craft by impulse The officer will give you sallcssar pb ut
C = The consumption f gasolene Is as reaction, urgent and dirw ult cases dem=an dn h attftli
-high as one gallon per mile, and PECULIAR NO E
"t Is range limited to 150 miles. As the iteal prenspr t the Do not allow heaps of lumber or builder' S
Maif*'r i MM f h XLI Um At the forward end of the power tube falls by rs'efeeion Of the prws odd corners of your yar or SaMd FiaaSll 65
S is a grille, embodying a series of su . wave, the series of ap valves Pace to make their.nestlewildliti wlt
ttto thns own.-a tie'sllea tasteet air inieta rather like a harmomica, are opmat.i.agai. by the prossurinsuch situation
Each tday. iseh5th br. Yea. seek ble Controlling each of these air inlets of the sae.routndtasair,
c'sp Uan rtedy; thou must t lt ak sad eo is a shutter of spring steel which chagl', ed a t newtationt| 00not o ftwellsof buMW.
noti n a In at for teisure t tItl rem atims closed In the norm al wo e ~ t4 II /I d
I t -l e a rn e d M al l r etan t l ~o sN H en t r oto d I n M O s c e a l m i o mg o f o u~ t o i ~ l t d t n s t o t a t t &I e tI o
wii~esne i'rcfllwsB tse. lion. Behind the shutters there a the argetltleM
trc itilin It S. ava: al s lver s 1 "Via oisI a group of fuel s s sprayersvieor ta whieh ....ie l.imae situatien
4 tf Vh I waunaNy. which g irwire Is, metered thlrr, iKt.sl.rve hr e ave r *a'e e nthel.
I 201muct. A.aMa thedl'igm Of compressed alt eon- e o**kMi65--5.L5


We Nave Pleasure In Ammouneins
That We Are
NOW VNDMWRITING
WorkHmsM' Compesatoum Imsuanee.
-LL, .'... ,. -... .. ;"...


^- t >
i


*^A'








* I.


hilt





mr fotal u-


ued acrosst
frdwhm the

four hours





Mots wre stl
at s mter 1ss
H^^Mm eomnes."

hour after'1



llai~ntf h er rang
n~tAr Men-
t tol ut to-rea
towns of St.
tex to the west,
Sounded across
tlar-entire dis.
wels battleships,
ivwarshio l on-
ar re infowhatever
er Awtere still
nr their range
m eanAir Forcanes
h^h" hoarde aigte
H .Invasron area
idr rne units -
Wu beho d the st
o at the trbe-
on early on
senoriced byss
tsnd, embattledon
r operation thatve
aw found oppo-
Me an car lling
Hoarded night
S thweverin an
R ae yAir a ore
It ttoll of naval
aid some nAmeri-
etlhed a point 30e
Mithe south coast
o fthe troAops
irr sporadic resist-
d* General Petch's
idn. embattled
ab har native

fchbeweven(Inanne
ba) westl of St.i
Of time for four


rmints Maxomet 10
Sthe suthenemy back--st
edirte leadership
do T astgny, who
[fhon hayear ago
i from prison to
IeM.ent Vichy had
Na News Agency to-
ir= listed five
boldby the Allies
49-mile stretch of
?'roat. These are:
aor, between Uannes
iikd west of St.
rto MaxIme, 10
1t of St. Raphael,
W miles southwest
lnd Le Lavandou.]
th F1& rench Nainf


sPour Without

toSouthFmace
FROM PAK 11
sate that the OeGtnns have a"w
got forces enough for I". dulene
of that district.
[Paul Winterten of he W"Mew
a ,ron ,,lee Ip a cable from Ma-
cow to the B3.0., neorditeL
Reuter, says the new hes
round the city almost as quiek
as the Normandy lasi_.
Winterton says the general VW
seem to be that the .pRPata
an the Riviera are a bie atri-
ibutton towards the defeat 0
Germany in the quickest poe-
lble time. Moscow's newspaper
Red Star" says the landins
makes it pogesible for the Allies
to widen the ale and Incresae
the speed of operation which
a, have decisive results.]


New Threat

Developing

In Normandy
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1]
miles northeast of Le Mans and
40 miles from Paris. They said the
purpose of the new swizUt American
armoured forces is not yet clear,
but suggested the intention of the
new. encirclement is to cut -the
German retreat to P.rls and the
Seine.
A despatch from the front said
the American forces are well on
the way to Paris over the littered
roads of the German retreat, and
declared that the battle of France
might well be decided in a matter
of days. It held the promise of a
clean sweep from the Seine to the
Mediterranean where the Allied
Invasion wedge inland is eight
miles or more along the Riviera
coast, where the real strongpoint
of resistance was reported to have
been encountered in only one
place.
The Falaise trap shrank to half
as the crust of the rearguard fight

Nazis In Falaise Gap
Urged To Surrender
SUPREME HEADQUAR-
TERS ALMED EXPEDITION-
ARY FORCE, Aug. (Reuter).-
A surrender call to the Ger-
mats in the Falaise gap was
made today in 2,000,000 leaflets
dropped over the area by Allied
'planes. Th. leaflets offered
afe conduct to the Allied lines.
They showed pictures of Ger-
man generals who surrendered
In Russia and Cherbourg.


12E00 FeneFc crkleid and the Allies smashed
Sin the fight I to disorganise posltions andpri-
try. He said soners began pouring In from dvl-
with heart and sieon badly mixed and scattered,
r American and It seemed clear by noR, hovver,
towipe out the that the Germans had managed to
might soon be pull much of the crippled seventh
of their Father- Army out-though to what fate it
remained is yet to be seen.
A British staff officer conceded
that Von Kluge had succeeded in
extricating virtually all his armour
Hopes from the original trap.,
The infantry is still streaming
MATTHEWS out as beet it could under ahell-
war corre- flrq, seeking to co4er roadside
the Corn-. ditches and hiding by day and
hurrying by night through the
gap now a scant eight miles wide.
CH IN SOUTH- The last estimate of the total
S p.m., Aug. 15 force still Inside the sack was in
-Landing on this the vicinity of 50,000-tag end of
;uleeded beyond the an army which has lost close on
Our troops are 100.000 men in the past two weeks
hills beyond the and some 300,000 since "D-Day."
first phase of the German accounts of the new
be reached. The wedge between the escape gap and
with men and Paris suggested exactly the same
atr around us ,s tactics of speed and daring with
of every kiid which General Patton curled up
tfh It impunity, the original German flank and
been amazingly turned near the straight battle-
s German 'plane, line into the bag.
Cannon shot from In view of the difficulties of any
landing met only German withdrawal over the
U and mortar fire. bomb-pocked roads back to the
R two landings had Seine, it seemed a good chance
this success--and it that even the armour Von Kluge
are having It-- the pulled out of one trap might find
m been dealt what its end in another. For the first
'oarta blow time in this week of wholesale .iri
I are there, but drubbing the Germans got another
S ed Pillboxes are break from the weather. A ground
we expected a fog covered Normandy through-
fire but It out most of the day, giving the
lase Timinq on enemy some get away cover.
Near perfection. Northeast of Conde British in.
Seomplexities and fantry rescued more than 1,000
landing operation French civilians who have been
Stroops set foot on herded Into a tunnel amid condl-
&a at "H-Hour" plus ticns of Indescribable squalor.
LAsault boats went -
flying American
e a naval revew. Trinidad Dancer
arhearsal-anything
ttur. To Give Recital
IVJu iZerite exotic dancer and native
alnlg !of Trinidad, who is on a tour of
the Americas, arrived here by air
Au. 18 (AP)--tus- last night.
radio gave big She will be giving a number of
Allied landings in performances here, the "Trinidad
and kept up Guardian" understands, before she
iv comments on resumes her tour.
1h northern France.
*id"Izvestla" ap- NAZIS SENTENCE MORE .
LAW on their foreign LONDON, Aug. 16 (1Auter).-The
Ul the events. German radio said today a number
offman, in "Red of careless talkers have given away
review pointed v-One secreta and have beenoon-
~rt reports on the demned by a Wehrmacht tribunal
led troops Indi-I to sentenced including death.


CLEAR



200 Pairs


MEN'S


ORK SHOES


RUBBER SOLES


Price $4.00 per pair,


I LLER'S ,


TRINIDAD GUARDIAN. THUMDAY. AUGUST 17. 144


I


iiiiIffIiElt mmlillli mllUlnnn lfmimiUi UMln
Tropkal Batteries
ARE IRZE AGAIN I
Let Us RelbOd Tow OU
TROPKAL or build a new ens
for yr Ra* deI UOHTING
PLANT.
We have a NaMedo wuastity
of new Us Batteries
Standard Motor
Agency
port-efl--lai A gan Fernande
UI llUItIIUInlflhllllll lHllII hIfU IIUIlillSi



FOR SALE

1 4-Burner Electric Stove.
1 Large Mahogany Press.
1 6 cubic ft. G.E.
Refrigerator.
I Electric Fan.
1 50-Egg Oil Incubator.
I Zeissikoa Ikoslex Camera
I Roman lath in perfect
condition.
I Lawn Mower.
1 4' 6" Spring-filled
Mattress.
1 3' 6" Spring-filled
Mattress.
1 Columbia Electric
Gramophone
with Separate Loud
Speaker.
I-8 h.p. Ford Van in good
condition. (Tyres Good).
1 Morris Sedan 8 h.p. with
four New Tyres and one old
one.


Ring 5367.


msu a WWEAw M


................... ...... .... _________________________w LU 9 AMDUmi,


Bulgaria To Declare
Foreign 'Policy
LONDON, Auj. 1 (CP).-
The Geriman riol said tody
that the Bulgarian Parliaament
would hold an extraordinary
session tomorrow to hear a
statement on the nation's
foreign policy. There have been
unconfiared rumours from Tur-
key and other sourees that Bul"
aia a seeking a way out of
ewar, erha by Mgolation
fora a rmtstfee through Tur-
key.


1


Millionaire

Released After

Seventeen Days
2Ay CKARLES GUPFTL
0U6os Anus. Aug. i (AP) -
Wauricto ocha=chiM, oe of the
world's richest aum, returned last
night from 17 days of captivity,
b"t refused o
.Associated P1* ariatfa
at La pui reported bg t7e, e
that he saw both Hoechchild aand
Blum hi associate, sown matter
their release. They were unsha-
ven, thin, their clothing filthy.
Neither had a bath since they
seizure on the eve of their pro-
jected departure for Santiago.
Hochachlld, who normally was a
robust, fleshy figure, appeared to
have lost considerable weight.
His expensively tailored clothes
were ripped and stained.
Hochachlld and Blum said they
spent 17 days in a room about 10
feet square, sleeping on the floor
on mats. They declined to state
however, whom they considered
responsible for their disappearance
or explain how they escaped.
After bathing, shaving and
changing their apparel the pair
went to the Chilean Embassy
where they were the guests of
Ambassador Cohen.
When the correspondent asked
Hochschlld to shed light on the
mystery of his disappearance, he
retorted grimly "There is no
mystery!" He declined to amplify
this remark, saying, he and Blum
had been through a harrowing ex-
perience and wanted to forget
about it.
Blum appeared rather less affect-
ed by the adventure than his
superior. This morning he loked
with newspapermen and distribut-
ed Havana cigars left and right
as is his custom.
Private Information from La
Paz tended to confirm earlier re-
ports that Hochschlld and Blum
were victims of a military
"lodge" which, it is said. has listed
various prominent Bolivians for
death as part of a terroristic plot
with political objectives. Another
reported to have been listed was
Jose Arze, Leftist leader, who
was shot and gravely wounded
several weeks ago. Reports Indi-
cated that the military group
constituted a seriously disturbing
element In Bolivia's political scene.
Hopes are expressed in moderate
quarters that Constituent, an as-
smbly which elected Mayor
Villaroel, President, would give
him adequate powers to suppress
the military "lodge."

Call Saves Man
lifated Trip
A sudden business call from his
wife here saved Mr. Elias Sadovnik,
city hat store owner vacationing In
Grenada, from joining excursionlts
in the Island Queen, Grenada
schooner, missing on a trip to St.
Vincent since August 5.
Mr. Sadovnik told a "Guardian"
reporter that friends influenced
him to buy a $10 return ticket for
the trip but only an hour before
the boat pulled out he changed his
plan and went aboard to take off
hslugg fe.
lMr. sovnIk feared that with
only about 300 gallons of tresh
water on board and'rations for the
crew only with perhaps a few sand-
wiches carried by excursionlatA
their plight was a very serious one.
He thinks an engine breakdcan
may have been the cause of the
trouble.
The "Tritulad Guardian" Ore-
nada correspondent cabled yester-
day that there has been no trace
of the schooner so far, but that
search by airplane was continuing.
ARRIVES IN BAHAMAS
Arrival in the Bahamas of ex-
Sergeant-Major Carl Werntworth,
who retired from the Trinidad Po-
lice Force recently to take charge
of the Bahamas Police Training
School, was announced in a West
Indies Radio Newspaper broadcast
yesterday.


Spert Note


Shamrock Get

2-Al Draw

With Dames


U.S. Halts

Argentine Gold

Withdrawal
WASHINGTON. Aug. 10 (AP).-
The Treasury foreign funds con-
trol division has halted the with-
drawal of Argentine Cofd from the
United States.
While the Treasury declined offi-
cial comment, it is learned that the
divisloin recently refused to permit
shipment of under $2,000000 from
New Orleans and no further ship-
ments would be allowed pending
some change in the diplomatic situ-
ation in Argentina which has been
withdrawing gold from the United
States for several months. With.
drawals reached a total of some-
where between $20,000,00u and
$30,000,000.
In halting gold shipments to Ar-
gentina, the Treasury presumably
actid with the full concurrence of
the State Department since that
department has the final word In
international affairs.
Some persons thought that the
halting of gold shipments might
presage even more drastic action,
possibly the freezing of all Argen-
.tine funds In the United States.
Freezing of Argentine funds has
been under consideration for
months with action expected al-
rmost at any time. Falhre of Oov-
ernment to take this drastic step
has presumably resulted from the
State Department's desire to try to
work out some understanding with
the Argentine Government.
NO 'FREEZING'
The Treasury technically did not
"freeze" Argentina's gold. By freer-
Ing Argentina's assets, now re-
garded a definite possibility, the
Treasury's foreign funds control
division actually would take pos-
session of the assets and no with-
drawals could be made without
specific authority.
No estimate is available Imme-
diately as to the value of Argen-
tine gold in the United States nor
the value of other Argentine
assets.
It !s reliably reported that the
order for freezing Argentine assets
was actually drawn up several
months ago, then filed away and
awaits developments in the political
situation. As the matter now stands
the order could be issued on a mo-
ment's notice, since it would not
have- to make the usual rounds for
approval of the various high offi-
cials.
The order to freese Argentina's
assets would be based on the
ground that the Latin-American
republic has endangered Western
Hemisphere security by refusing to
align Itself with the United
Nations.
ORGANISTS ~T( %itur -"
Regular monthly meeting of the
Organists' ar-i Choirmasters' As-
sociation wil oe held at All Saints'
Memorial Hall at 5.30 p.m. today.
All members are asked to attend.


Andher's her SECRET...J
let ODEX remove Perspiration ACID FILM
YOU'RE bound to come off duty
with =enpiration acid film oan
your

So be Rnarti Relaxi. Take tin
for a quick bath with Oda Soap.
Z?^^HOes ins a new odour-frw
SThat's why Odex Soap Is so mild,
yet i so effective in removing
perspiration acid film.
Odex leaves your akin a e dM
-that you feel like a new person,
dainty and refreshed.


SAga 00


Shamrock smashed home a goal
five minutes to time yesterday
afternoon to ean a two-all draw
with Notre Dome and keep them.
selves in the T.A.P.A. "f-nrt five"
picture.
Shamrock have scored two vic-
tories and earned two drawn
games in the five they have played
so far.
Notre Dame have four points
in four ame-.
With. the T.A.F.A. flag flying
at half-mast due to the recent
death of the mother of the secre-
tary. Mr. Eric James, the match
was a ding-dong tussle from start
to finish,
Goals scorers were 'SaIkle' Oovia
and S. Hamel-Smith one each for
Shamrock and H. Govia and L
Rochard for Notre Dame.
'Sackie' Govia was the ive wire
of Shamrnock's attack, and he with
R. Murray and Hamel-Smith, were
combining nicely.
Ernie Murray's pretty dribbling
paved the way fcr the opening goal
of the day, and Hamnel-Smlth
with a first.-timer bulleted between
Chen, the opposing c'stodtlan and
the uprights.
Lance Murray at, centre half
was more than useful, and gave
Rex Burnett a lot of worries in
getting lhis passes to Rochard, on
e wing.
Burnett started the equal-
Iser. Rochard cut in and drove
high, Scott intercepted, but
slipped in pulling it down, and H.
C-ovia pushed into the meshes.
At this deadlock Notre Dame
was awarded a penalty from a foul
In the area, but Burnett booted
over the bar.
It was very exciting then and
Govia b'eat Chen all the way as he
booted to the far corner to notch
the equaliser for ShfmrocK.
Mr. Ken Laughlin refereed.


Maple-Casuals
To Clash Today
The powerful Maple XI will be
coming up against Casuals in a
T.A.F.A, first leaguer on the
Queen's Park Savannah In front
of the Stand this afternoon,
Maple after suffering a 2-nil de-
feat on Saturday to Sportlng Club,
who are on top the league to date
will try to atone for that defeat on
Casuals, who have earned only one
point so far.
Mr. H. Burnett will referee,
while Mr. L. Jardine and Mr. R.
Murray will run lines.

TOI)AY'S MATCH
Team to represent Springboks
R.C. against Imperial F.C. today
at StL. Joseph will be-T. Clarke:
B. Seller, E. Phillips; E. Akam, S.
Flores, A. Borel (Capt., P. Wash-
ington, R. Bradshaw, U. Donav:sa,
W. Carte. A. Simcn.
TENNIS mESiLTS
C. Fabres and Xc. Llanos scored
victories yesterday afternoon in the
Marine Square Tennis Club Singles
Plate tournament.
Fabres defeated R. Henderson
6 -0; 6&- 0; while Llanos beat P.
Plimmer 6-0; 6- 2.
Singles Plate matches today
are: A. Bermudez v. K. Anthony;
A. Trestrail v. B, Dalla Costa.


The
Standard L.e
Amuramee Co.
Indisum aa* w e*i
Marino ae . .P.O._
"MIDDLE-AGE'

WOMEN (32.uin. di)
Here's od NOe mlI


yoastuwael

LYNI L MUEMNISI I
Anpee'S aseeeaa ash.
ti. fe Le LdPia ham's
Vegtable CeWsel. heist
the ealehal an gesaMe.


SAsthmaMucusLoosL


first Day for Thousands




*111aw .11 L aasn "asa
I The %*rl
aM"O w. k very ea I be ft t
'aes. 5nseReai s lahr,4ienta lated vea ve itbi51i
top tl r- th ek. atrangls.exa m e a t -k E
kseu. w ra. rur e *W eo "Sle asapt II Um


WHEN YOU TRAVEL FLY

WHEN YOU FLY ALWAYS



Go by CLIPFEK







flylm li6 way f' s0ie "Ul einoa tu lws ie fo
ad timei w me y of* fly Poa Aoims make the'
| Cliyyi %*- *1 oblase of lin w go |^I&r*
Pm Amsiem ov eema id Olin of La ilad
,Amaia w, i dh U. & A" and aI v AfrieA,*
Xuespe. Ada and she Idom& of in las* FeeMie.
Pam A- erIu eM asi *qhuM 04 jWWrL

S r &wlo o uuw whp i tw p b 4olpbW

S Aberurmby $troet, rt.1pe. i he 4
I,


Beautifully Tailored in

MERCERISED

POPLN

Sizes 11 to 131


$1.30


SALVATORI'S


-11


s i k -^- ^ - ^ -










UsOHAl NOTP-,4


--^,^DAILY MAGAZINE


1 SOCIAL


r, AUGU 17 1


STrinidad






Coim: Wiise w nde w s r




ILM mSelller.
79 = bi MW now in Trifor mm-
xlfou" i asnhonour ef1. I0. FRobjertseAtre-
~a.~trs uAR). theowffl'bl&"A. he."C o fflSAiU Mor- ro
incdwad OWa HDAnJ ). I0 tf Kp nblc 8. Ottd tli. Attorney-







WULJamaca d Colombia (
Js L ward Islands), Mr. C. D. Newbold tuolleltor.Oneer"l.



)K the NonIe ILrLdo d Me Sarmond. Mr. Justice Vinentr.
ber. jwUVce pNr, .Mr. Jutke ~Hallinan, Sir InLox O'ROeilY.





"S .Tat C-lon l Johnston N. CKA. eaml. Bar Council), r. A.
-.ith (preside, I. n orpatAld LwSociety). Wr. 0. A-
X0 Mr. A. V. N. MC(* ken (Registrar and Marshal), Mr.




owenl (hent rarktiers),.Mr. W. J. Andre, Mr. A. J.
Mr. F.r.Caanscho, Mr. B. W. Celoust.in, Mr.,IL 0. B.




Mr,. EL t prn. BMtning oM ,. 0. V. Si swillia te, Mr. Ven0.









lt"*StdLaeut.-ol Fr. Madngotr Mr.G j), M0. Oeilly. Mr. J. A. Prcono,










', Iwoed Oofin tihe tune (on Wllft be( gtw o wor thareetwck nd wl
usi wtella ersMy.
3g" P AL KMALANT, of Kirpalal ITridtted 0.,LtAd.,ha let bY





ltrao antwo months, holiday o which wiln takhim to Curaca oi.
*m el, Jamaic and Colomb.











I*-- N T B I.D wLon es (i o Trynpad wi wi~bfth the reondve5lof
Mrs lyrti fnr, Adwo the Jwi rlatie Mr Spndcerunt Clrk tho imed
a C
M GWRIAs B OMeru gave a party at Mrs. oCarmen Permuys .
S ome at 93. AbercrolbY Stdreet lat night. A US Army band



u mingt and
i tLemusiC for dancing which lasted Intilt moidnigt a w d
be ta Mweret rs, E1c a rlan MiorGracejoAquim, (Miss
kat B A'; P cAa y M n., M re 1 Tomrintadlen, Miss Tem s Rose
It Terry W aidercock. Mis t sordett a rice, Miss J. Brankerw MiS
wis Pvt a Johnny B ark r&.prank mith, Mr Hayden Legge.
li. pr Pvct.ipTal of rnk luida, ivt.-LoUlcbaPt. Jack andl Mr.sd













forE AN' he'M J"p rt," mrvflf..-*o 'nen Andompr'i':'i <> th e pn mi-a
*ULR pthe joint patronC'ge of Mr, L. W. Snow, postmsster-Genetul.
W and lAut -Colonel John R. Rw-h.ord, Pastmaster. San Fr11nsindo,
ilbe held on Satiirds', Septrnmber 30, the tirst annual dance
San MrsF dAern o Puhst, 01c pa r treeDrll Hall, San FernAndo.







i m. rv s n
7Tm proceeds of the unh'" i on will he given to ar ch tic
#W lecreatiflf Club fundsi, and entry will be by tickets only
mustabe preeentred a'nthe dfrbr.
The Music will beMAuppled wi the Melody Masterxa 3-piece







g th .itrsad dani l fro. 8 pm, to 2 anm. tere will



a







Counea'. r AlbaInt; (iA-,.; Do-'r t" Mayr. a fdPM rt.-d -nnunart I
Rev. J, & Words einl w'l lso I "p r,"T eRe .D .J .Y rm

eUl ING B. I R" wi.hes to Alna p hise wi ththe re natives ofa
Mrs. il Clerk, idow(.. of the tle Mr SBpencer Clerb, who tied
a or t r place yestM erday a afternoon.
0 0









Gnltt for r ren ida. n Monidxay wa Mr. Gip, M yla of toatiett. n
M n. rett Mhae a tgne for a holiea*y of two or three weeks and willa
syin ate Potnt., saltine. and lhe
C 0 Is









01H1N B T, who has nII at, home T six weeks re-
W W red work yesterday mrorntnig.t
ORRALD MU'RRAY t arlvtd In Trinidad last Friday. He is
hamfor a holiday of twormonths and Is staying with his sister,
Lewis.
pUnitd Zionlstsa of Trinidsd will celebrate the Second Mvelave
Jltt aSbor the Jewish servicn.ien and community at the home
W'.and Mrs, B, Averboukh, 15 patrk Street, on Saturday, Atiguit 19,








tran will bth e re and a free buffet will y, Bantserved,
W SLARENCP MASONY 'an5almL0lotavrncr Iniz of tile MetrnpOlliAn AM.E C'hur ch
'ceodav. e Aiei"%t. 22. M r. S n< M rtis Trinidad-bornd .butritt al ed
lbthe UnhtitedStaes". for smetrijl va, Rr, here he is an Attorne.
Councillor Albeit(t P. ellitv Mayocr of Port-of-9psttn, RId
th Rev.J.7.A. Worrell %tit'Rl alsorti part. The' Rev. Dr. J. A. Scrm-
peour, principal of 'he Nv*iornima 'Teologleal College will preside.







a AN AWKC, .=
WEAINN1JtAT -pen n tle Or izc~ ncompr I 'to of the Proiit -a-
0APer-e PHif',,('!.:h iil 1ike. i.i on Ithrir rangeo onSaturdayo
&.Ugu1A4. 2M atiR nrnd !',1 An at27. n'raltlf *', i 'V cse on Ti(..
Anguit 22. 5i'daA RA .7o co prlT,,a Will Ibe ai ,Wed thtlr
&wn day .ah .
'W 5 wM cre i'ro t ,r e by Mr. M. De' Meiiilua of the su'iddfl
0'death of th 1fa :-Aa nrt MW. tand Mrpt de NMontinarisin
~ ra Ms.Mot ,'nmir1' s ''te da*aj,*Pr ,fMr. and lMra,. Frank Ago&-
who ar Nka-.' t T', %P111and I,,Vichy.
*C0
W. WT.. Pm" S*4BiActing Oesda1 MSenWeof the Trinidad
G0erinmest Rallways, opefed the new T03.do t~s ate
r"Quaylalst Sundae. Mr. Perkns in IL speech eotigam M edthe
60W1st .On the tuief*u work they had done, thus enabling the em-
'810 a a npla&C* N(IL rect Ion, where they could on"7 gme..
1,trn.ci'ers. etc., arnd was looking forward to their
Fluzmg eparurr-swtoum~irents
Amng* thooere i were Mr-. 0. J. Ilrlv, 1P E. Baganta
R.S. do Ver-tealL .Mr. 8 Wwou., Mr, H. tlonier. and ,evr'ral others
LO094H09-4THE LIGHTS
afiiIN OUR ROOM
SHEIK S 5ILL
AWAKE VI


I



T



^m
K
R

YI


M~fftlW IN-THB It A tnOM 8
A -., IiME
VaONittOE NrtslKEWrVTi *XC
^flrn~N~i~pftR


I4w;


Match Your Hats And Bag 4.8.
4-4 & -DLU


Why not try matchIlng your hat and handbag. Thi model, as you
can see, is easy to follow. It can either be made in a'plaid, stripe
or dotted material. The shoulder bag on the left canm he used for
the beach or If you are going to the country for the day.

New Type Use Colour

Codfish Cakes In Accessories
Every Tritldadtan Knows how If you have dark clothes they
codfish cakea are made. but here Li can be made to look gay by using
a recipe somewhat different from bright accessories.
the ordinary type. Anyone can try A a rig
It.Add a bright touch In your hat
I 1b. potatoes with a navy or gray dress. Make
1 lb. shredded codfish white count as contrast, and wear
3 tablespoons margarine ,, .
S tablespoons argare astels for dress-up occas.io .t
I egg, beaten Too many people think that navy
Strip of bacon In the only colour to wear with a
Strip o bcn medium blue suit, or that brown
nFsh cakes are best when mixed accessories must go with beige.
the night before an4 allowed to Suppose the garment is navy, use
stand overnight. Boil potatoes and pale pink, pale yellow, pale blue or
nmaAh. Moisten codfish in cold water. gold accessories. They will look
Drain well and pick out bones. Add lovely. A check material will also be
margarine, salt and pepper to taste, suitable with a navy frock,
then the egg. Mix with potatoes.
Beat all through. ILet this mixture . -
stand overnight in a ccol place
bacon for each person to be served. 9 Og D i r
Mould fish and potato mixture intc
cakes and fry on bothli sldes In ht Movies by Information Officer,
fat. Y.W.C.A., 8.30 pm.
Radio Programmes
..... -.... U.S.A. WVDI
0-00 AnrII -nwllen T Time Vlews the News OI News
:1. rrritl I. 1 )l l ay SBrtlt. Orrh Qui Pass
.5 Acrieon BHand M.rth &a Melodles vrll Jones
..t . .... Yarns for Yanks
te F red HIarley N,,%.I GI Journal
f r, PrPer,,Tal Alburn
C .:;0 N'-, Week a Pros. Vllltage r ro Great" Mil181
g W Ind_ Nets Frontline "he-trs
7 9: Bi- k Market Report ..
7/ 'S ia.i Ca|ll Caribbean Calbaret
:45 M .v 1 Mixure .. ... ..
;m ialio Thi>tr scnels Iea F>red Roche
;l .... .... potllght B d ....n....
S40 Wor;d Pers. Talk JazZ Concert BIng Crosby
9 e:0 N Unit"l Network Rep. News
.15 News at Hornme Meet t Boy
:10 WarIlht Crosby Musin Hl I Dane. Tife
.46 W 'rh! Ke',l w .. .. ..
o :0 N l!-t1asn N NWs. Nttit Owl Club
f :15 P.I It M"IV .....
S30 Y ,n. swing sesilon ........
:4 .... ... Noctl re
Note T'e W.I. tiRli, Newpaper wIll te beard today fioum 1 15 to i S p m.
o,.,er W'.tI'L t ifea irtigi A rtcri& cs t Play anri a -ivivlir Concert.


BUT, PEAR, YOU %-I
ALWAYS USED TO)i
THINK THAT WAVS |
K FUNNY! J 1


NO. IN=
sA NFEW ^J


P UT Aw"tHSY WAKiI I
53W'$'Rc TVSe ReBSIAUiNT-..
5' i -. -. -- ttb .r ---^ ^


s~I 1~1m
III


rjH K~r^ ^or'inbbm "Me *
b = 1tmmom lm-







DOMLD CRISP
^--- KU ALAN HALE %


Fj~W C. Avby Snrth -'.WM"NWII MGM 0 RflBn w *
W~ter Hmarpdm Joy Roielais e by u aIRVING RAPPEI
JACK L WARNER&w. bfJsm L Lasky
spewm w by Ahr 1oM- AnwlW byr Akoiedm Mi IUad M wMe- mMeW e lAds l
................. ........ ..... .. .l ...eJe- .......... w ltm al tlm ila. B li.. *S tns ni iiilr
I ^^TiiC** 'lii W M Mni.~ir~M


Ij I
till
~i I
ii I
I I


*'imn umumfmln


aii"iiiiiiiiii~iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiuii~iniH~iiimiiiiii~iniiiiml wmlm im"m""~iulu"m"iarinu.0mTO~EP R~~, mi## nl iiii.8"ii0i.. ii=i!!
14.30 EMPIRE 1.3011
Starting g TODAY and Cotinuing *. .

_YET FW AN ADAM IN A
I 1M OW WN JUNGLE EDENI |
5 iJReady to love ready to M
FR IIeprotect herl THEINEW,
GREATER g|
1 Tarzanpicture&


I 'y MIrII


u ll.i 1 11 land y by Sw1m 1u Cps "11k
I ~ 4e Ci*J^ a.^- ^^


MONARCH
TONIGHT 8.80-
SONG RECITAL By
MAZURAS ALl
Prices: Pit 50c, House & BaI.
75c.
Tomorrow:- SHARIF DAKOO

POINT FORTIN
TONIGHT at 1.30-
Super Double Attraction
I-Bud Abbott & Lou Costello In:-
IT AIN'T# HAY
With Leighton Noble & His
Orchestra
2-BOSS OF HANGTOWN MESA
with Johnny Mack Brown
Tomorrow:- SOMETHING TO
SHOUT ABOU.

SHIPPING

HARRISON UINB
Mu Thee A IsM. & jM le. M f talMI
$I ghe 5oBUT .a Wa& ?aasts"t. wil
" We" "I5 sas uArom Nsweleesbe.
tweemn tme nited Klngdom ua te trluft
West latdM, uttsth taaa. aeao f
a"a MSa.
Fee tertwS laoIasuv S"P yI so
amu ~~se orsn
Masena. amao, p. "U"10Ma co. LTD
Teleme 1?1 O 1-74 .T Osaa .
"ItlulnunnnuginimtwumllnHIIInItnivH
THE BRITISH AND
ALLIED MERCHANT
NAVY CLUB
THE MERCHANT NAVY
OF ALL THE UNITED
NATIONS .
ST. ANN'S ROAD

Thursday, August 17
8.30 o.m.
CINEMA
THEATRES
A limited number of passes to
local cinema theatres available
to merchant seamen on appli-
cation to the Club Manager.
Current landing permits tn be
produced.
DANCE
Tonight at 8.30
For Merchant Navy OfsOr
at the
OPTICERS' O1UART19R8
Coblents House, St. Ann's.


PALACE-San Fernando
TODAY at 5 A &.M p.m.-_
Sensatlonal Indian Picture:-
Lootaru Lalna


IF
IT'S A HOME
U NEED U
Hove To See
LOUIS
GILMAN
THOMAS


* 2 Vacant Small Houses
-possession Old
Santa Crua Road .. $1,900
* 64 Rosallna Street-
possession ........ $9,000
0 13 Rosaline Street-
Sposesslon ...... Best Price
* Empty Hoeuse-Petite
Valley ............ $1,800
* 1 Broome Street, va-
cant, renovated .... Cheap
* ic Saddle Road-new
-opposite Country
Club ............... $10,500
* 7 Champs Elysees
Read-posimlon .. $10,000
* 5 Ovid Alley-up
Baslion Street-11
rental ............ $1,20
* De iuxe House-
peseeoloe 3-4nd
Avenue. Cascade .. $20,000
* 4 Deugue Street, St.
James. Bargai,- po-e
-len .............. 4.00C
* 197 Western Main
Read-vacant ..... $12M
015 Polham t.-poe-
*firio............. 310
0 Il Vacant Heue-
Weodbreset ...... t
4 Empt New Rouen
S rave ..........
*5 Bath HIW ew
Wls ........... $4,0
possesion ........ $2,M
Pravitleally Now Dow-
4th Street. 'ra-
tara-Possesion .. $45,W
U, 6 Sttok t Bara-
NJLB.-.O.T. a sell ye
P-earty QUICKLIT.

No Bale No Commlslme
Ne .obtatne whlatnMew.
Thaw M :W OIN "d Show.
L W^z dUZWR


GLOBE sNw Show 44
M1 PCTV&E IS g A IMUnwa


toemto hoos e*ad Iuow'bNo* dwy by
Peedwed ed ooPed by WUf CAM-ON -
Extira.-I
ROUGH HOUSE FIESTA d THREE STOOO
MARIA PALMER CHIZZOLA'8S
DANCING STARLETS 184
TUESDAY 22nd at 8.30 p.m.
Tickets are sold at the GLOBE THEATRE, Port.4
from 3S.3 to 93 0 p.m. and EVE'S DRESS
31 Frederick Street.


GLOBE-San F'do.
Today, S & I-.3-
Eddie Cantor and
Constance Moore in
SHOW BUSINESS
Extra-Mr. Duck __Steps Out.


GLOBE-SaW
Today, I & 3.A 1j
Julie ihobs
Errol Flying
NORTHERN W


Saturday, *.3f- .
WILD BILL
HIC4OK OKI
STARTING TODAY-
4.45 & 8.45--mnd C

iwo*ST-TOPPIVSJiA4wTJiS
SOPT-ARMI LOWI
HIART-STOPPIN ACLOhIin


_ r LYNN BAJ
^ag^^ ^^^CTOR McLA0lr4
RITZ ROX.
TONIGHT. .3- Toy. 4.45 rSadI
Indian Picture Th d Pa nt f Drl
BA8ANT Tamsr. Faa
GAIETY-Today, 5 & ---3-.

A DRAMA CyTiii *srJk^^

DARRYL F. ZANUCK'S
WE P JRpLE IEAM



RIALTO OLYMI
TODAY 4.45 I.M p.m.- TODAY 45 I* ,
Sabta DEVI, MOOTALAL Charles LAUGHOM
OmmM
"Forbidden "This

SBride" Min


PRINCESS
ARIMA
TODAY .3, 8.3& p.m.-


and.*
Pat O'BRIEN, 0010

"Navy 4
Throu


LON]"
WOODBmm
TODAY 4.45


numnflHlll~lin lllnilllllmlIilllllllllllliliiiniiiliiaiiiiiainiiiiiiiinw
NEW-San Fern
TODAY AT a & 83 P.M.-
ISUPER DOUBLE:.--
SWING FEVER (Lena Ho
~A" -
SCROSS ROADS (Hedy La
,dlu- u N ii nmInii lUfiuu meiMH' iuiI flltnIIIIII UIIInnIIMl

EMPIRE-San Fe
TODAY AT 5 8&41 4Me-And Continuing W'
Metre GeUhy Mayer Pvuly "00
TE LBSUESICAL MUSICALI$-
TWO GIRLS AND A M
(m .s oAcIAIEN


I


USUM iFum i MUK fm t- i-* RU 1
BOmo MOT iCE. TH6 as0W. s


AWMEO I /7 y oueOltDWT

IARWiVES 1:0' 2roR AM
USCA-ME ANIMAL-
w~ "NIS.CA4MR
ANS WOULDfifl You.n
mor. twk?
^^woo0r:$ f0
4d.-^ bU l










TUNIDAD GUARDAW,, fii AT, AOUUST 17, loU.


lte's Decision Upheld

o Laundry Theft Case

TW 0 Cmbrld% Maglatrate of Tobago, in oder.
4 a.Pundeftr, to pay fine of $120 on aocunMaM
t u M w wu upheld by the Appeal eourt com.
IL W, htockal, the Chief Justice, and Mr. JustUc
; ystw ay, against challenge presented by Mr.,


Nationalm Pa"ty To Keep
Hand. Of City Elections
The Port-of-SpaIn branch of
the West Indian National Party
at Tuesday night's meeting de-
cided not to put-up or to sup-
part any candidates for this
year's Port-of-Spain municipal
ektonm, the "Trinidad Guar-
dian" learned yesterday.


Mr. Johnston I~n~do~eie~ uigB d
=oIn uie Housing Body
cutthat wwhontest~ded
h.to having seen Wong Doo Pick p L
p sa dollar noe allegen to have bee S
throwrnote V isit City
Ihrownin the shop, were friends,
Sone of them person whom he A
For had prosecuted and with whom e S Ar
Swua not on friendly terms. 1u A e
Further, Mr. Johnston argued
it was evident that there wa some The "Trinidad Guardian" under-
U, doubtin the matter from the begin, stands from an official source that
aing as the police called into inveeti tenders will be Invited for part of
GvernU t b fe had put forward the su esa- the proposed reconstruction pro-
(kmer nmeha c ty before el that both Wong Doo and-an gramme in the city's slum area.
qcr to the city. for other boy who wa- in the shop con. Meanwhile, the Hon'ble Errol dos
aod fcr the district, tributed,50 cen.s each in replacing Santos, chairman of the Planning
n rythe dollar. This ropent sion, how- i and Ho'aing Commission. and
cemetery on N`or- ever, was resented And the police other members in an effort to apeed
m aed in a report to he found, thought fit to bring a up the slum survey, have been tour-
Sby one of charge against Wong DooG spur- ing the area during the past two
by oneOfitsape-ently' because they new that he days and yesterday visited premies
pwas a man with a record of con- in Nelsn, George and Charlotte
lee transfer ci the victions for dishonesty. Streets.
cn made In 1937 In his view the magistrate had Accomuanying the party, a "Trin-
In February this year, given undue weight to the testi- Idad Ouardlan" representative was
st reply In each money of. witnesses for the prosecu- able to see for himself the "appall-
the area was ill tion and in considering the case Ing conditions under which peolc
the ah pes of ught to have giv n more consid- live.
S clearly discerne, eratlon and more thought to the At No 24 Prince Street. members
of exhun ti aUll the circumstances and conditions that f the commission expressed amaze-
Mbe prohibitive, existed at the time wiien this ml- ment when they saw people living
te comprih.lk Coun- leged note was thrown Into the in a box-like house with a definite
C bral ichalrm'.n shop. lean to one side. gaping holes in
ssWard and Coun The court, however, found there the partiton and absolutely no
SThomas. Itate in was ample eviclince upon which support. This house had long been
gbaat the founo that the magistrate was entailed to come condemned by the city Medical
hdo been kept In or- to the conclusion he did and In the Officer of Health but people con.
ration apparently circumstances saw no reason to In- tinued to live there.
L wa inclutded Int. terferE with his decision. At No. 37 Nelson Street, they
he keys of the gate ---- saw a baker's shop whi-h was con-
keeping of the City ,Holding that the magis'rste was damned abort two years ago but
f artwent; that there justfled In arriving at his decision was s'lll being used.
burials their. for at in view of the sufficiency of evi- Particularly interesting to the
and that though the dence before him, the Court of party was No. 53 George Street, at
0even and suggestive Appeal comprising Illsa Honour H. the corner of Duke and George
Swereonly two spoti W. Blackall. the Chief Justice, and St.eets where a business is carried
.tbs, and these ogre Mr. Justice K. Vincent Brown dis-on Entering the side gate they
missed with costs spcal of Glad- went through a dark narrow pan
Mmendlng, In the sione James, a city chauffeur, sageway, which some of the? h dcv-
tdings. that further against conviction and sentence of cribed as the "Black Hole of Cal-
be made to Gov- 12 months imposed by Mr. A. J. cutta,"' Into an extension at the
taniufer of the area Hamilton, Magistrate. St. George back. In the paisagewy, there was
refTerd to the factWest. in accusation of the theft of evidence of its being used as a
r ck Marcana, Me- $10 from the person, shelter.
( Ith, consultea on This sentence was, however, re- Iower down Duke Street. the
| sed the opinion duced to one of six months, members came to a man's home.
to the length It was aa urge bc:% co~eredwi
burials had taken Askinz the Court of Appeal to pIces f old galvanized iron shert.
d be no danger agree with him that, apart from Councillor H. 0. B. Wooding.
point of 'few if one particular statement, evidence Mayer" of Port-of-Spain, one of
Usedus a parktr on'which the magistrate based his the member, asked the occupant
decision was all evidence of ac- whether r-e slept there. "Sometimes
tUht, In the event of comolices and that corroboration inside aol sometimes outside," the
use of the area as on the whole was thin, Mr. E. P. man replied.
A$ shou'1 bI: ,used as Bruyning sought on behalf of Me- As the ojmlmision went qlonl.
was no other open Donald Slater con.vi^ted by Mr. tenants uttered siehs of relief and
t that could be Keith L. Gordon. Magistrate. St. exore.zspd jay that at long last
.p:se, George East, for sealing tyres and something was to be done,
tubes, to have decL-Win reversed The Mayor Pskfed a teniant 'whe-
but the Court considering corro- there she wenld welcome hey home
u r ration thick enough and finding being replaced by something better'.
there was ample evidence on .B't that i reason, sir,' ahe
"6rSupports th'tI hat s raon i,"st
F n which to convict upheld conviction replied,
man Fund sentence of 18 months 11- Anoth told Dr. Roderl-k Mar-
ms Fundoposed. tWno, the Medical Officer of Health.
L. 0. B. Wooding, Intimating that hey fo, ad nr that she was livin. in a "'rat hole
respondin, to a substance whatever in the appeal wi'h rats all over the house."
responding to a His Honour the Chief Justice ant' The commission will again visit
Leabtern section of Mr. Justice Vincent Brown comorts. the slum area on Friday afternoon.
arbour Partyo yes- ing the court, dismissed It with
II an appeal to the css
bute to a fund he Prsenting the appeal. Mr. Br
toidof anumberni said that thecewaa -Another Motor Car
folk who suffered culiar one in that the men, who
nnsture,lothingdandStotethAnca
t belongings as a it was alleged, were chasing James Stoln A i
f belonins with a view to retrieving the money e1 A ..- Stripped
&t Henry Street, which it was allgrd he h"d stolen, ow e t
who heads the list were accused by James of running A mctor-car owned by Mr.
ho ds thelisthim down for the purpose of beat- Robert Joseph Crooks, of 6 Mur-
tribution from the ing him. Further, James being a ray Street, Woodbrook. missing
Fund,"' gave the chaui':eur and a man who was most from outside the De Luxe Theatre
statement yester- likely making money these days, on Tuesday night was found by
it was unlikely that he would ho the police on Caledorla Read.
has recently been Inclined to commit su:h an of. laventille, yesterday morning with
fact that persons fence, four wheels complete with tyres
;1e fire at Henr,' View held by Mr. Justice Vincent and the entire engine gone. and
Seonsumed the fuirni--
f DaviUdson & Todd Brown, however, was that chauf- the body of the car burnt out. It
of Davdso h & uodd, feurs of today belonged to a dif- was valued at $2.000.
s year, hate suf- ferent clas to those of years ago. Just a couple of weeks ago
Iggegating more than Giving the decision of the Court, Brigadier A. S. Mavrogordtto lost
e suffrer r oorthe Chief Justice stated that riere his motor-car under similar cir-
sufferers are poor was ample evidence to support a cumsalances.
iot easily recover conviction. As rewards sentence,. The police are appealing to car
e. deir to make an whili it was true that Janms had owners to take every precaution
behalf for some no rPvlous convictions, he had against these thefts when parking
' the general public, tried to fabricate a charge against by removing, switch keys and. se-
ikmay be sent to the the complainant who had acted In curing doors of their vehicles.
swo will duly c- an extremely honest and generous
and see that they manner.
ap~plied."manr
THREE FOR ASSIZES
ybus Revenue Carlton Goodlng and Edwin T N A B N
e venwa re an rrick were yesterday committed
t by Mr. A. J. Hamilton in the Sec-
ue C imb b .Assize trial on accusations of lar.
Goleeted from the ceny.
was more than Gilbert Martin was also commit-
1th.t derived from the ted by Mr. Hamilton for Assiz#
vlces during June trial on accusation of robbery with
NWto the June skate- violence.
members of the Dod s Ointment
UMtie And expenditure Ointment______
ty Board last City W
: :. *City War Savings ECMS
& ttlleybus revenue re- ar S asng
Nshowed a total of $=N1 00 000 rm SM
Sting an Increase Near $1 ,OO OO f A
Ur on the June 1943 1 Own
joMibuses only con- Port-of-Spain and suburbs took
nWUI, to the board's the lead In purchases of war say-
Wtp d with $6,444.05 Ings certificates during the week 6 dft
ended August 12. taking $8,998.40 a m V o
penditure of ut of a total of $12,546 sold at aW"1w'3 14b2/ Il
of ..o ...of ....... km an *


A was $13,212.44,
of $6,61.56 I e-
account the fixed
H nlr! to $2,226.41
A1=_51 t deficit for
h W .03 compared
SJune 1943.
1 the trolleybus
If a 1 operating ex-
i- tted to $13,335.79
tf gross profit of
fixed charges cf
-to a net profit of
With $2,234.26




ty represen,.a-
Uomnlntang Hall
WIth T. C. Chow,
_PCSIdIn4, Inaugu-
Asmoclation of
l"t*jago to further
and commercial
"^kaueneee.
wowre Dr. Horace
lB t; Mr Henry
Mrr.mt; Mr. George
Mg, Tul Lookem
Ta Yu, secre..
Y*U, Mr. Erdwin
Sl Seneoon Dr.
PA oft Pun;, Dr.
Xsl. A. Lai Kiow,
Bahy, Mr. Edward
Ur. Gerald Chen,
V SAhem Consul and
g. Vtee-oonul.
S o gIv the asaocla-
biraLse1* It was
fie ;tUeof bonds to
#19 With no limit
an yone mightI
(^-^wa omd t"Wh
at 4 'ejoe


thI Ie General Post Ob #rll.
Announcing this yesterday the
Information O.t:.e disclosed that
total purchases by Port-of-SBpain
and suburbs now stand at
$902,930.40.
"The Win the War Association,
who had been showing the way to
other buyers for several weeks, the
communique adds, "dropped back
to second place on this ocoglon
with purchases of $3,564 for re-
sale at Its various sales centres
throughout the Colony.
"Of the remaining $1,983.80, the
County of St. Patrick put up $1,800
flat, aided by outstanding contri-
butions of $7M from Point Fortin,
$583.20 from Fysabad, $410.40 from
Brighton-La Brea and $50.40 from
Erin.
"Other purchasers were County
Caroni $50.40. Victoria $43.20.Br-
ough of San Fernando, $39_.0;
County St. George $..80,Borough
of Arima $10.80. County St. An-.
drew-St. David $7.20. Tobago W$3.60.
Following is the analysis of pur-
chases made by boroughs and
counties for the week ended Au-
gust 12, 1944: Port-of-Spain and
suburbs. $90230.40; San Fernando,
$118,348.40; Arima. $14.80.80: St.
George, $113,850.00: County Caroni.
$44,686.40: St. Patrick $200,754;
St. Andrew-St. David $9,5716;
Narlva-Mayaro, $3,7.33.20: County
Victoria, $70,179.20; TO.aog, $,-
997.20; Win the War Associstlo
9l5,832,M0.

MARKETi KNIT CLOSED
Trindad Guardian C4nea uBeat
CHAOUANAS, Au4. 1.-A 0idl1h
the new market here has beM ea-
pleted since June It is still emoMd
to the public.,
Built along the same lUnM
that at Curepe. the market, t Is
reported, has been found Inade-
euate to house t numerous vn-
dors. and plans are being m4ad to
extend M
*'0 / S


4 :.~ -
'a ~


Heard Trouble

Caused by High

Blood Pressure
jt you have paile around th heart,
palpltati, dslssin hTed ache at top
san d o of head sad above e*e.
shortnae of breath, feel nervy, or sf-
ter frIom po I--p, 1o- of memory a 1
energy, lnd eu, wrry and fer,
your trouble I1 probably caused by
111gih Blood Pre re. Thin Is a disease
that causes more deatbh than career,
beoaue tho ey*mpto- e are so common
and Usuaily mlstaken fote oma silmpl
ailment If you suffer from any of thes
rsyptor,% you should start treatment
at one. Te very Arat doe of Hynox, a
new medical discovery, tends to redue
Hlfgk Blood PreNure and rake you
fl years young la few daye. bet
Hynox from your elbelat today. It i
uaranteed to mrak you feel well ad
strong or money ack oa rtsrao
emoty pckaid.


Help Kidneys

If Back Aches

t d ramo


=esmsn as msea


of b" o.


Estimate Of Rum Excise Duty

Receipts Will Be Realised


The Honble aJ. O'Brienm Acting Flnancial Secretary, told the
Tritnidad Guardian" yesterday that be anticipates that the cstimas-
ted revenue from excise duty an rum In 1944 will be realized and that
there will not be a drop in receipts from this source, au was envisaged
when the I44 estimates were prepared.
Regarding the general Estimatem4- --..
for the year 1944, Mr. O'Brten
stated that It was too early to say A- XhOA
"- w" c eeFormer Base
dettely whether they wormuld9av
eeedew. There would be eoeu
In some dhcioeeU and 8 s1 v~l ke s s
others. Apart from savings Boost
may be made owing to Its not atw- oo
ing proved possible to make the
degree of progress hoped for In the
execution of different works, It I i O utput
also expected that there will be -O t
savings on personal emoluments, as Thousands of ex-base workers,
several appointments which wereparticularly those of Caron Cha.-
to be made duzrl'. the current year
have not yet been made. Iuanas and tle southern distriCs,
For instance. he continued, there are now switching over to rice-
will be a definite saving as far as Pianting on a scale never experi-
the personal emoluments of the encd in Trinidad before. Mr.
Medical Department are concerned Harold Neal Fahey, Controller of
as it has not been possible up to Local Production, told the
the present to find candidates to "Trhiidad Guardian" yesterday.
fill certain appointments provided Both hill and swamp rice are
for in this year's estimates, being cultivated, he said, the' for-
mer especially in the Rio C aro-
MORE HOUSES Mayaro district and the latter
rn te reen t, in the Bejucal and Debe areas.
of Turnin$150,000 mae to tiee eeannig llocat.. With British Guiana now in a
of$150,00 made to the Paning oito to send Trinidad 75 p~r
and lHousing Commission for the posi to sd 75
erection of 60 more houses at Mor.- cent. of its peacetime rice quota,
vant. Mr. O'Brlen stated that the Mr. Fahey predicted that the ric'
erec.ion of 60 extra houses, which Ptitconi he,-e would te in normal
are b:ing built would not necessarl- standing before the end of the
ly call for an excess of the amount year.
provided for the Commission. 'o relief to the tomato situalion,
While there Is a possibility of the at present acute, can be expected
amount provided exceeding tie es- until "petit crimee" plantings are
timate 'if all the works originally reaped later in the year, Mr.
planned are carried out this year, Pahey pointed out. This was ex-
t seems Improbable that it will. in plained as due to the fact that
fact. be possible for them all to very large plantings made on the
be carried out. If that Is so. there dry hillsides of Diego Martin,
ned e o xcssonth estimates
need be no cxcees on the estflmatrs Maraval and Tacarigna wer" greatly
because of the erection df 60 more affected by the heavy June rains.
houses, he said. Dealing with ground provisions.
Mr. Fahey stated that Trinidad
Officer Resigns will have to depend chiefly on To-
Oficer Resigns bago for Its sweet potato and plan-
tain1 supplies and that by October
STo Study Lfaw large quantlti.:s of these will be
available here at reduced prices.
Mr. Dalton Sinanan, of th1 Disappointing feature, he said.
FoLd Control Dep.riment, has re- was the use made of backyards
signed his post to leave In the in the city for kitchen gardens
course of the next few days for in comparison '.) the effort mad-
Canada, where he will begin legal In this connection in the county
studies. district.
A graduate of Naparima College Mr. Fahey anticipates that with
and St. Mary's College. Mr. Sina- orops of home-grown eddoes, rice
nan is son of Mr. Jumes R. Sins- and corn coming in there will he
nan. San Fernando merchant, and a big drop In demand for im-
brother of Dr. Dalehant Sinanan, ported food.-tuff within the next
E,'. Kenneth Sinanan, and Mr. few weeks.
Andrew R. Sinanan, solicitor of
this city His youngers brothc-, COMMITTEE TO stEr
Mr. Tootlsi Sinanan. is now com- A meetngof the St. Crisp'
plating the dentistry course at Me- Footwear e hihitfion oma tr'
GallMr. Swnanitnepent two years 1n 1w a hetd at the Royal Victoria
Mr. Sinaan pen wo years Institute at 4.30 pin. today to dis-.'
Food Control with Colony meat cuss the 10th annual exhibition ofI
distribution as his special llne. local footwear.


New Courthouse
Nears Completion
rrinidad Guardian Correspondent
SAN FERNANI)O, Aug. 16,.-The
temporary courthouse wnlch Is be-
ing erected on the Colonial Hospital
grounds here to relieve corgestion
in the magistrate's court its trying
completion. Worikmen ar, now
putting the Aaalng touc and
the building is expected to be
handed over shortly.


WANTED


Green Limes

ANY QUANTITY

S. C. Boodoosingh,
48, South Quay.


3 BIG SPECIALS

1. Special Communion
Wine
"Something Different-ReaL
From South Africa-Umited
Quantity.

2. 10 Yeors' Old
SPECIAL RUM

3. A Few Cases Left-


Genuine Scotch

WHISKY!


C.O.D. Orders Taken-
'PHONE 26.
COELHO & SONS
The AllRIes Bar 45 Prince St.


TRINIDAD.
ROUSE SALE for
Wednesday, 30th
August, 1944
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
that by oder of ARLINGTON
FrrZGERALD HAREWOOD In ex-
ercise of the Power of Sale con-
ferred on mortgagees by the
Conveyancing Ordinance and con-
tained and implied in Mortgage
Bill of Sale dated llth June, 1943,
Reg. No. 3485 of 1943. made be-
tween LEONARD TOUSSAINT and
LAURINA RICHARDS of the one
part and the said ARLINGTON
FITZGERALD HAREWOOD of
the other part, there will be put
up for sale by Publie Auction at
the Auction Mart of the under-
signed at 9B. Harris Prcmenade
(near Court Houe), San rernan-
do, between the hours of I and 2
p.m.. on WEDNESDAY, 80th
AUGUST, 1944, ALL AND SINGU-
LAR that certain wooden tenement
measuring 20 feet by 20 feet. com-
prising three rooms with a kitchen
attached measuring 8 feet by 12
feet and a parlour also thereto at-
tached measuring 8 feet by 12
feet standing on wooden pillars
on lands of the U.B.O.T. Com-
pany, the said bulldirgs covered
with red felt, situate at Oaude
loupe, Point Fortin, in the Ward
of La Brea, In the Island of Trini-
dad.
Dated this 14th day of August,
1544.
(Sgd.) M. H. SHAH,
Auctioneer.

RADIO SPARE
PARTS *


Condensers, Resistors,
Transformers, Tubes,
Bulbs, etc.
IN STOCK


W. D. Hendersnul
Rpreating theU International
General Electrie Compamny of
the U.S.A.
15 CHACON STREET,
PORT-OF-SPAIN


4' 6" Cropaud Bed & Metal Spring
SMahogany Tub Chairs, cone seats
Birch Dining Chairs, loose rush seats
Folding Chairs with Canvas-from


S$40.00
... 15.00
- 10.50
.. 5.25


Lath Seat and Back folding Chainrs, in Cyp
and Teak, Cord Tables, Ironing Boards,
Bathroom Cabinets.

B. H. ROSE, LTD.




Tonca Beaus

Highest Prices Paid


W H. Kemnnedy & Co., Ltd.

II. mARum ooA I


N~At, ~b.
~- *'mwme


- I Dw~~


SFOR 8ALE
No. 9, La Sive Avou

Fulmy fmrdse ui
e' looking eltfCewue

u apply
HUTCOINNSN,
uo Che Strw
3 PHONES 57s or M


S.,


Foot Itch

Slopp llhd7mu

.Lav S ". ew l6m sew t
0Mtai~lted Wa t^ ae --*-^^Af.-
aerme ta seseB Alma..Fos. TS2edi
ourr m heM f-

reM klneimm r T peer st b M!3
sMe sw-eth tttied *s tu -lew


F FOR SALE .
CALIVIGNY
ISLAND
6. ACREu
House billt of Store con-
tainlng 6 Rooms. Lavatory,
Storeroom. Open Gallery
Bath, Klt-hen. Servants
Poom and Watch House.
Very Heilthy ord Fishing
and Sea Bothlrg.
Petite Calivigmy
on Mainland
20 ACRES
Ten minutes by boat fro
Island, Suitable for rear
stock, etc.
For Parti-ulars Apply to
PA. F. MacLeod,
St. Mark's Orenada.

PUBLIC AUCTION
POR
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23
BY ORDER of Adam Clayton
Smith and Claude Marshall
P.,vell Cornell, Trustees of the
estate of Edward Lytcott Bovell,
deceased, the nderslFgned will
offer for sale by Public Auction
at, NO. 17 St. Vincent Street
upstairsi on Wednesday the 23rd
day of Augutst. 1944 ALL AND
SINGULAR that valuable freehold
property known as "Thurban"
being part of the estate of the
said deceased situate al the cor-
ner crf Dandrade and Gittena
Streets at Paradise in the Ward
of Tacarlgua in the Island of
Trinidad comprising ONB ACRE
and SIX PERCHES more or leow
which said lands comprise the
Northern portion of the parcel of
la'd described In Certificate of
Title in Volume CXLIX Folio 423,
and is bounded on the North by
Gittens Street, on the East by
Dandrade Street, on the South by
lands of Edith Adela Hutchlnson
and on the Welt by lands Of
Elizabeth Blanche Bovell.
The purchaser will be give va-
cant possession of the property on
the 1st September, 1944.
Dated this 25th day of July,
1944.
STANLEY STONE,
_______ Auctioneer.


New Petal-Finish
...exquvisite grooming I
Have you longed for a compladon as
clear and soft and manoth as rose
petal Then turn o Tangue Petal-
Finish Lipsticks, Roe anJd PFw
Powder. Glamorous color, freshness,
smoothness that you'll only find Am
Tangee PETAL-.PINISWcoeMWcs. A
remarkable new texhir that brisS
you that perfect roomWngi

TANGvE4l|

TANGEEa s

TA NGIE 6&.


SALE BY AUCTION
Thursday, August 17, 1944
at No. 5 Verdant Avenue,
Mamraval
at 1.15 p.m.
Instructed b W. Dryden
B1q., M:9n J
will sU Auctio his vtU-
ful lot of Purnlture a follow:-
Diting Table and 4 htar, to-
board, Ocasontal TeS, I
Table Lamps with Shades, icim
Table and Chairs, b DMedmiDs
Spring Mattregssss, DrUaesTlmg
Sofa aod Tw o a e
Cushions, Rangig Wm owe',
Rush Seatzm
Drawer%.
oil Stove and Onut TSM,
Table, Towel R6114 5S-ag A
Char od
samaanOa JmM~
and 3ooesagb rp S

a 1 rm







MAXUSRLLTD",
4' ~ Ad~ *' otnN4Mitla
-ein Mscbe*hInVsf
Chatr~ I PIANO tUr)0*

Style MUobr Ot with ti MtrSl
O' lit)OUSU fTa--A Le
-tao at lUl pam. M I Thcer
Au-mt I8.
DRARLIS LTD.,


YOU WAVI *NC, A WAImSO

We tak gromat phmsur in *IbMJ .
""I"of
*" maE xTre OrF m9TiNVn1W
V. MANHIN .(Proprietor)
N, iOa SmUT, S. r--*.--f


MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1944
ee Us Plt iw Beat ValuM In the follow flatu:-.
MO1 tNr AND mlGH CLASS FUnKMTMR UOUUZnLD
anmsrqizmg, CTCLES. IIADWAIR DRY OSWS
POOTWEAIL FANCT AND STAPLE GOODS. tO, 3.
TRY US FOR CASH OR EAS TERMS.


TRINIDAD BUILDING
ASSOCIATE


G AND LOAN
ION


REDUCED RATES


OF INTEREST ON LOANS ON MORTGAGE
UNDER BIFLE i10
O loans trm 3U lto $10.0W at 6% per annum.
0 leams upwards ofI Sl. to 30.000 at s% per annum.
On lessa upwards of t2.MW-.special rates,.


&ASY FACILITIES PROVIDED re


)R REPAYMENT


Fow artucular apply to--
J. F. AGA


UUUm urn ~~urn


or LOANt t

"RD, 1
ScMreta*


.lMIMuuRna at CLIEAIARALE rIHlCE

t7 x ................................... .
S7 x R O val ...... .... ..... .. ............. .. j
36 x 16 ........................................ $ 8.74
Sx IS 15 O.G. ......... ........................$12.0
29" Cirlea ............... ....... .............. $1217
3S" Hexagon ................................... $16.00
32 x IS O .G .................................. 817.1
42 x 15 Reet ................... ................. $11.18
3-pee. Sets .............................. from $ S.


GENERAL
'PHONE 4164, 416


STHE REWARDf
Sof

Ten Minutes a Day


Apart from the comfort and ./ / J
greater enjoyment of life that a
good set of teeth and a healthy
mouth give, there is no doubt
that mouth health contributes
to general health.
It is a very easy and simple thing to preserv mouth boltbm
Five minutes twice a day rings the mouth with DIOXOGM,
thm bruh the teeth thoroughly to remove food partles. MW
reward will be Arm. healthy gunms, pleasat brWt amd d %
white teeth.

Dioen~e

Tk* Beer Oxyyg Auiosepic
#Aft FIRCTIVI II*IASLf
.. . a1 "" -" I Js I I r*[


A,~ ~


K


SUPPLIES LTD.
2:: HNRY STREET.


Maintaining your


Bovril 'supply


lines"



Wam-time diffcultiesnuke it imprac"icable
forI the tia being, to end ovril to you
rm Lodo as a the pa. But your
Supply ine is be ain stained by Bovil
(Canada) Limited, Montreal, who are
amsu-ctrij sad sagii Bovril direct
= yur locity. Iwt sam e hig h
quality which you have always found o
valuable adppetsing, both ta coming
das aa beentrag.


BOVRIL PUTS BEEF INTO YOU


Balm


LiOB" -Nl








H .B P ^m m,_ -P -- .....-... ...... },f'p mu t^ ~ m M H *.I M - = .----s^
.I -'. o I-.- I ., ., ,..- J_

H --i ll// lt if !f TiM m iti L m u --Ml l.. -!w J ___ -! J ,_w .t 1M *.. .^,m (_ MAIU mUWMM o__ +--: v,,n,.,. MM_' >axi iTC* N O N EM N!



H- *BES M SS -S-iS V iw^ ^-^^11- -*.. S.l&S.S B S*S r ^ ----- i^'ll tf 18 o'!if'*lS^ ^* r"! ^ ?Si!T **' ,1 ..... Buw..O -- ......- '
,4 I 0. % . .. I r + ." ". I
..""""R AM I NI.-- .l - 1 M_ n a ". .. Iml L ed. k y .
AH iOM o mn V = su n ,Y- I . Tl "I ll oI4l y .."3..... 'pilw ask ".. ".Ga.s-f "IA NUN C E M E NT S


II R IIlI~lv t 111111111ore modl plaN c,11111111. 1110- "am a 9 2 1l.-~l...e p0klll~lr. l~.Ple 1--a oln. _ Ift" PONt .... +kW .... ...... that I. l ~rlto laete h o..
K IT W lWI~lllI. III'II+ * ^ -. MIE O SI- I n ..=. = o v l VIUrrIM s m &IPo" A I -. t s. 1% 111". "l 1o i U Cll tl Oh aU (d WiM a,* + *nl n li A r et


-,'17 ,i. ..- i llolr l .m+ l~ l l01 i i~l 11 D w. 1 i ........llol, Tm*&in&a :-.M U 11101.4 V INin ; e,
"NiSmi S s~S =a& y ^ ?s IAi. wOMu sit.s~ t _^^^ ad Slsrea of 74Rdc.h t4^ 44

Mo of MAR mw tm _wsrn"_. OW Is. ag.o o 4.NO-IM, M_ ^.____U-1.-.. --19,4- . o,. ,.w r -
iE^^iiiF.^; ~ ~ 0-u 4a .^^ ^-m 41r. .R^ ~ ~ I&W%. A.W- a"y.^ ^ a- a W c sm..l h~&
^fi^S3S~" 0. in**^ .^ S ^ ?^^^^ ^^ ^*'*- CtAM""*^L^" ADAMS 111.Tvt Mir. and Mr.., of' 714


f+"rwm .. in ". _______ T3W *"*-^ tu Snsi^-u'aIss^'I^ orl TslRO I. IA* RJA. ,,"; -^ yuI r usar ssd rlMa]tr oeino'Aus", ' +
....1" .^ .N .NoN~~ Ix w mn fil gan ^^sisk,^ : JA-A IE S *= a Evly Teague)^^ &I thl BU 11W A yS L
^y^% m~e Slief-f f onesy A"i ^ aln'tw





St K,1'*nl e^ ^.yo m.tr- , ,oo 'OoeL,,ml1 Peru+ J^UCT m+I. IP HK.I o-ll ** itNX L I Io lA. ep y "- lo a mrIoumlml iCoA.T.Ml.lM. N .lm O lrPtH., *" *y..y .. ,- kl.d|-atte I t 1 F
IPm tn W I R S .: as. JI vi. 111.1d.bet.o Cg beam IF MU"-- 'rPhon e an i o~ ,ng yer o ep t lam ,O Ywt. f os IOUGAyD--d n s o ln. Wyemory o6f our T. lnl a"lI '




--"~ l I t.EB We .B toiiw klnutae 'gtum *'n tn o m ur- K Banfh toufelL Ar*rdO *MhOU IIWI ;2? *t--pA-u-S^-u. 2. T. !UU 1< ~b no'-u ota l lOSren,,, at- ii "oca who * de arm11
lumn+- I~--n - t^ B"* '*l--OT~r.t Iy^f .y" ~---- S2 *S3S p A:.1 e *B< !<<1 4iv +,v--------..-e.----a,-. v --b,^ ,. t.ln .h...- c. 'c.n ol..o,. ,: Trn-..n^
,. I ^l ^ w. gum. %o .... .. P~ow DWavsI maw S TOt KIul 1o SLa.- "- "v 0 brOBr ao- A B d o W boo H n k of wo prods. '
-L ehlSlnM foTS .e of J ent .' ew e tn oadtORIort-of-"p.l -1Au&, I 1444V "'I8II At
II vl~l| Illl411IIlu II lte mde n_ r I ~i n v. Iu C. l. "lrTo OrW am--d Own1, s00 o0. hnu Streetsitn. olleme mod" U11464 by ,W.|a"havingb a my l cad ntJ htlvd o ii ner
Scw ^ Sm ?I=s^ M=^^^ I%^: 1011i A 194a Ci -I3'
iII1 p e lttseotnse~" ille -io- DR__ O I & ,+J- L 1 aenot alomsne ar uare 23. 2"l41.or my ia ..V sretRe i u








--Sll Bo llO rr u. lg Plmt"ll.--ll ...{drg o rli Iyl S~i 1 .41 Iru^^t.r* ^ MctVnor '*i imriw ________________..-ttin.n.. f.,.tr. ,.tl. U, tgu Bo arllt I In.g- ,~lcttd ni> h r.ib havn pro.c, o ..metI lvnlchlrm Itrl.L l OBl~~n i.1 3' -- l- ll l
+ .. v~sP.my ..4 nell t Ml- YM ?00Iuto w wllMnFnas" No d o, UNIlI OII llever$an I Vm&titow I X 1 140cft1o.-- l .-- |o ''u +'m+,tOO,- t ll,[ lndk ....... -- -- I






2 .. __ _ .-=-_ -- oi I w o o w 'Phone 8* --IImp 8. O A L ---- fro ow- I s ui- Au ,I t n SLU D w 4 T aZ BO H .* a .. ..... .......... I I .

"0%,NMD)RAH* 1;ERVANT A U .TMs e, PNADpCUI ENPLAVNT T.n^. "K w ,0, d10.0 f not.n dellvipod^^^ mttptDl, 4? R,tyT ;o.tT^ -A iBU ,--. |~. n% (:'J ^ ^ -^ I~ ..y. .."~a 'marm5'Als
+i ... ^ Ap.. t.u.p. d .+,'I-".;.'!. o.;- ^^, m ., ;.^ .ere me. 5-^ + .%o ,, D... o, P5:.loo AND I.^OAoHD/" I-5. ^^ ".^ .' H I. '^ d. 'c "-d- 'Z" 0 ..+.O I^ .^ | for R MA
-1 ........ ... so t M" n"~ I "-Z ... D"H". l ....fi..... ... = Itb eeaotdirsprt it ul "rlamm, S~-t. O vcebt01 otold40 at o. iv y 6wi tfe, 0 t oor at.i tawl "/I t lrdI V^l I li








,LCNDRgiiii To w.b~ B1 prlml... an."--Aug. 29, tSotlllo, .i. haviLng lett my hiome Bd pro-: +g-J lu, .,.i ^ <. ; --%1?*
W Ja ,a .D : 6E A u usTtP .T M U t h1 4* I .v ++ A 1. .^T . I lW A H D f o r a. U O . e H o .U %,^"^,0u n1o a V a le :. rp.l 1i t ft.11 A U D M A I I. O T t.O i (J -- I L
*lt SS ttln ix|) % JO^te -A*.O~.,r '~elll^^ ^o^ ,Ngl COnd CONpITIOh i..n.e. 5r~e ulLlE'l-^ WIK l,.l,,..' .. .n,.. W ^ ---^ 'A P".
sm t .1r)-Al 3, IAI vIO. ' ue steet. P'+9.scr. 4se TugPUBLIC is herby o, eous" ta =, ig ''t ol .%1"fM Pn I .









.+,--_++-, T .... .. .. .,?- 1.0 ,, V ...." .n- ,^ -.-o^ ,., .- + o, ;, + .+.,. + ,.,;B+.+ .,++ .. e _.. ,,,,o ,..o,," ^ ,-^ ...o,.^ ,o. ,,..,'U ... ,, ^ --.^ l
*IO dvu~tuo; quJ( at fliures. Iguo hiad-I ..... B nt"e) t * l ot ( r H lr+ody lB--inxeBo BX -z -o .a~rlo ."+-zAg 20. nnl"~ 8> IAC O d.) 'L(P 'AVAIlABR lt ... . .. ---I-- ---- dte" ( ot thl publleatlon. ^ II --ST ^ -I ,S" "l 11 +
5l~n, AIpply byletr tl ?l<>N^ Iitor *.'t"ut"'' -Av ""^ . ?" EUROPEAN DIJlREB ROYOM ID prlV~t.ac" ",CM O.~1 ^u 1' o[ NArTHANAIKL HAROYN, .*^--- ^ : ~ ^ -*--a1- !ng
Smt .. M "Btt+ i "-Au 1 1.' Ime rela de Atry or:crowny gor.Bt el (u e- Vh nen,, i Chull n Ab rronrMl b In roex Pm i u. ttf PM.JWcKUI+ luu, 1ull4 ei.- Bonn' ~iir AN O N E ,ET ,-, Ali i [11,hvn I yhe'"Mvm.Oh I l Il Jilll 18. *) --- ^^eS-- + -SIaI +
~----d*& h' ~ am an I H. 1 locfllty. W10 U. longe rOUrdlan. r|d Birw.e0pi U11K"M& R nn >mnb3 .... PUB"IC lt ,
116iii-I NS"T -' t ..,... o =- edolW- d"; ..e.16 5 A IS ...IG MTe OR Z' I DdIA I-SA lP ills_.anoep. ,p = "- """ balli tsi ored. :,o ,. A. Loci" and, Mrs. ..... .. .. An- I__II__II___11+"
i I *l111111o11111l1111101
ruaw 40 op -. ^ ^ c n0^ I; ^ n ^ b ^ Times 17"W" ppoJ a ,,"mJt , lead. by o. she having lef myM en a0n1 #to-

I D F;t o_`s-, W OK-0ggMR p ors'W e()+W#M n#' MA ,CNATpw ertoog- NOR~fS ..I al:~dr6.. y .,:;t. mm ~e?+.-Aft 0.i.- -LW*oo s .oo dye tc aI"e g,.. I I TOOD lectEJuly 44,.1%. aOu I ldArimJon ad iiam, }I;
.e -0"""'0 0^ ^ ^____. ^^^ ^ or^^^: Live Aluinu toom?^^^ me RAI'rbvk14 50,0 "T"t I 4.=11 arak. ce. Ihof(lx











.TaW+ f'+NccD ,.a BEQ, RB.- -.eo .I. r..,led arlto.h'. SO,,+ lT.r ar.o> ,+++d Adr,., -..,o ----- ... C+o, : t.".* PrY^.e '. ", B, f .r.o~..*b a^, 1 -^ ,8o-'^^ ..* .... d+" bt . ..ace b m w.......e. II I II C-lK lI i :} T H U !
the ^ V day* sna^ ^AL acmtt _g.QN a^H ND C ..io^T L Fail$" BtDROOM Marowa to Chrc of I",
'*wfftp~t-Aut M. LOCAL Va rADBKOS.m i'. youir TEHi Woth~l Quaky - tr~tbili -ethxt Iuglw .Pio 5I. Lo"PG on Mung go rRtnt O -Augtt 17* ch"* -ybF. atmthi s Intmaio .1 FROM -












M t(Up)Ittlrli,.--Aill. IIL l111 be a!in ihle n i;,. iher ordrlrr l+r AIpYi any tinn between 4 end+6.30 Slauuie n+oa<, M+laiaal, na one ur twl w .> ]. r ia iorn +tiree 3 Bedroom PoI. I' II! I M llir_ III ** w: n "'7
A glIBTANT MAN+AOKR (or Ed bre Oi l lled for the h+,\. (,r..h,-lm- tnitu, In l i, n + C IO Ahercromnby Bt. .\k, 1+ ft ro hea rt,im aviallable Part boa+iu. "'"1 -., ""~ '' "1 "eror.r PERIIOPIAL NOTIGE- II I- I S I I I
I h g o r y w i t h p i d <1 i i c t o n I n i m i lt' n rt L u x 8 > r B C o' + . . ( ,D n i i r ;. ..m 1 L l A i; M E T A I L A T H K wr i i n I I o p i o n a l W r i lte B i i. t o I 'd1 M *' r n l d a m o3 ' n l y 'uou l a W o od bl r u o l t lo r P H P U B L I C l e h~ r ~ b y l io t l
M Ilnsirstlve bllli 1 now edget .t Telepho~ne ,4Mv ,.r n) y. l:mir., an 1 i 1rAe rif rl nd mo'o. Readidv lor ae. ,,..area, nan. T" n lull rtrlcul r,. -I "* ...u .i"?,, Inoduo no lon re~pon~lbl. for my w' t --- /'I I | kI V '+L "I I uU ST'H,# _
to an esrd t .,*B% exeletsa K P I erby sldeld -11atI4( K ,n ug s 1,Liin p












Mwbnery not *fni~l~l thoimh o an M.. Fernthmt~ Tel~phone l .e .-*,pt '. F.-.r n re p;irlicular, ~plY *o Drle. AU. IS. ______. +'uion?+ ." 'u + e] Mo+ngit o Pa.i J,'lflran Allion, .~d t"-do'-nOt-hd lio yiu l I*/t ./A F I III I^ I/ '.
Ive to pototobe e- -1 TOcut.lner.... .. .I~a _._....= .
ist ask*in It hiartli sat l or I caV e ""IH KI. N' 21 gur ntee r a ll .'
I... .. emetl s inav eofe .9ARRIN... S... . ,, SCC A + : tr"A.aplA0114 aydbto et contract ,. e du,, hm, hv, \11. II Ch urch, Now TowIaId thenc










Emergency Iln orn /o f .h at I riwirn. ro l.,.n o.Ba tiff test rE p Only IHO -"*- I* n e l- c S M _0 BI-A......ae:I 1o1ro 1" ce --1y I D

""l c'p'l^ ~ ?''t.'*;nd, -;" MR "' ., .(HN O ., * ^ l^,~a, 17 N >i a ,,ro A O S S F R R N .. ~ .l ... l.mpt .Onl ltl. --n A,'. , me i. "~~g L poe t c I eV /--"- ^,." --- i,__'l'
,f r e l a l a p y .1 a dSh S T r i n i dkd O uS r e ntnn rd l hht W r i t e Lto|gne f t h i h m Bs i n e. m a y I r B Ae
iII~~tTION pa ymnt11to 'he W> NA NL 17C. . street aoywiokL }Kne, " n n












S ^ ^ S^ZI^ ? "; .... i... 1; 0; .. ... s,,TA M F .. . rn. . .n ..l B ook ,s ..j .AA.1. -e ", oa 2, 0,0 $y n7, noI. .,1.... 1o? J O S E P H o M A S I,
lllII~~~~~~eT Ilk eyometa%A;,t MAS--~ *+0 toll e to ( P leasIu re-a nd ,.++ shwo B. sil..- ... .... '-. O...... .. .. .. .. SFtreet..... -Aug. 2. C he P UB/ ICo i s le ,or' a n o e toifide tabIlte Mis Abe. oofel d at. Cat....t"-le-














oll 'To.rAN7en.-. ----1 11ii ,elI~i nrp~te~etOX+ti--ecm, THml~y+rr. "'**ll..-- PHTu1A. eHty '"eet r'"~fdmure>" .Btt'^ 2t.Iht KEAL ESTATE Whf StE oevl F r --m Oo||ampnly --Ao. ch"3.H' PUBLI I^nr^ el ulnda^ n' Id* AS--B^ l^^l. ,II
exchnIOR InK the ct or coun try~e ow.. hn all = A1. rniDIN CA SR T11. 11119soi. lotsd stimpty* l"' ,;n"'c Mrrv n e c C IEMr lo t atoea r for u sin ts Cti o ofy my hu band Ra mooG~n. ntahr m da I mm clt Conception on August














the -fr t materi. too 1 LOU.II r> c ilt ......t. ..'; th y ...1 .o-A ". u ngalow tol""2 ROUSESro1St tOet, SA LE: Large of Ta blel. orandythatIdonotbold my -d1bta t7ra dm.r Frierdson.ndlyuytne nd, Leh
K I l~ rOut.. RU NYA BrROW,,- Oiw P f Kinto. MS mt. Via UW-,_ __K --- b~ l fo., rl* retam iles. a i etr iMsit. l. *co Reittnc. -Pb I. .I an i y u 4113.-AMS 26. kly loNUCLIT II~ ritligd' GMIN E ._______
__ _W 11aliaoa M~l RWf L begi t~o~ rcl Aoff rth ir m se "lrvice jkbr byi. l i. i!^0 "" Aw*t*" y hto may"1" and own Unit- ^ *" --..7-y~ -N toll a c~ed by" i i hav ng let is nif nao G8UAUD I loving S mem ry of ourTrnia ds S S 9


to- i" "an ar a Jra d find shI+,ip r= L +]~Ii Iela J/b $ .Au'. IT.a Tle2. Wr9te mOther-,3, "(yir n.i- -











Z O. KKKPE WO Iroip e > t Rw .itOttd Isty U,. .... mt t, eror It Io th. r eenidli V r ee A lrou gh 0};' 2. ,- o ltol.lO. B 3%BLOTS hAD arobyg an .JsporNIA tnlltldthAnt. mR A BB B
PRINCES'^ ^^ ^^ TONFNRA GNY.lw (/0drf)19.gfW Of 0X Village, Man- Fe.B rndoP.% I borderln6 pro- Freepors.^ tVilg, To sewh cthink of youtoday















High se, ey.' o npe T -p.r. mn;ecl. Corel *A Ir O i. ProDriT B *e en om | . m tor i T AUtt oI. l. . .. ... tncHT, $n ........... M __ | H I K 1 1 1 Z ll ^ *rwy
Wi llmy m. T --. Kh.ERO. C O mo'un oat, T r* vaHIRO Y 9. *y r e willy "u at ill l hat lo'ved you so ] V

-,,:.r ... .. ..... .... O. ou rne rs, is, n.et. or, la M or lo l ndl., ed ..... t ,d ,,,o 0-,- r v ,,N L ,TO,. ... ...... .......... ..... ....... (I. W e o nv ert di
g.a. house anywhere else. App .l y ".. to th. .era i ove...................... olba& A n BOUT A0 U IO l|CEoill alr l Ol nVO I DCeb r s~oa F Tarlloandt D I d o n[oto ms
Coreu ...... ... ..... Sa tisfaction --h- od e rocutl, m Ape III Ply mouth an.? Aledi f a -y Aub. orth ambts con.lF oc rget-o pn, WIda
""'+" ''++ .. *''"" ","" '" 'r+ .. ^g S ;-1 ^ ^ ^^ ....... ...._^ ....^udSBegs ToAnnounce Ma+r. +mml
.... anoop. ; 1 !+dresr C ril L run Mo t endorr,, .... ..... .... ,U IMon t,, L0.-Am.I m nddtheht o4eW ek or be hldw
R O M E .. . "i o .S.r..t.... ..... ...... ..... k t. A i c M 1 .. ... .. ... o g u g 7 mi d p o t c i n i c A g s 8 9 4 .a d g r a .g r n t h d r n L t a
















u as Y ARD DOT mod ffic I ^ 0 r, P er "" --E ---2 ....2S n
intellig en. e l bicycl, steepin. ----- ---- ~ --- '*"AR- l.'ll .llv.. y. ,, -- ....... o -Au.. .. LO_____ST____D_______ -- AX -Au g. Two3..f my BuJlIco fro- toncA l--rore d D 8ress g JOTSEH FA
boy preferred Apply after I up. CATALINA' BEAUTY Cli- Spai n A p o^ply6 F itzg erane. aod, I mile i rt areoto m Hos lcI I A 1 S A

. t +.d," . ... gM, .,..:.. |,d. : ,.u~ ,.yl.-W' A ALO. .NCHp. O I'++r S;,:"IItreeS>-- ui. "& &ra' eMureeL S """!.', *doo tbb Teml:'pto "116 Im V-Au KBUI.e 2,et >t. Vne.t.. lr. ------- .ew Al.~ D T M C 1M "I IJ s^ D'O n
%.; A" aLTH Wader, ents an frens a r s. Chanor2 herby i U7a vrera sae.Ag T h e.bimlmvo.*1bssslo. ;,u ties causek S ~^ py8. ^ ^ l oranges. R io.,tern~~ p sas"esu ug Todd'sfil 1 osnTd















t rp y f l p p e aN----- 1,; m s m t ro pJ J sA EFHn' tmAUT R PA N ATS A N a nto tty;n J U. Johns on.d1''1;: -___ Wr * * 1' O y she ho w. I R e qW i

tolJCATIONAL~~~Iiu~e r^o.^y ^N^B^l^Sr ... t%: n "H^ T bro,, wrt AL .... CNTcl iE iY^u-tn JVK r~S
R VA NT-Mus; md st, 'I- PEN AND PENCILENGRT AV ING Go,e00ei f not delveod a Rord Nearh#g FO1 1001.PAR I
l h, neo~d f I nee d applyto," mlvr dne by D6 -as.FrdeickISnd. lr t 3Due o Phn ROOM AtN.D&BOA RD -.'Auge '' 18hon yDr umia atsuanf. 206t12 14. ZZ M MA M

















lt o W R;l ',l r p l tl.l Au. I WIm 4 AM ".. ---ep l. 1 4. 'I Nor :
tMO.- giW: ,l t .ty I BOy OTNT Y to od b tin-h N-- 2o. Principep pTo .
RISK NCA D GENERA. L AVNT TAVE 'PLInG 07. 'PLANE ? Than REWARD for Mode Unfurnished
was a.ATS p hptly go MucurAls Road.yaug. INta e or t%, .Ii .ng $is a a a a a n B O .A s m n o g r rs o sil o n e t o .0



















A.Jl41: 1"rSgFo tt tohe d elr ivre a y le ouutreu will pay Ware, Crork- rtIR
emloes^ ^ III: detiaion. R wllMs*,nmortad Exordtf "Guar.OVT .od ,*;- 1. pAOAEHTING and ALO it0 o S *t'is e lnlO ~ Prpetis nlieuR Streit^A Box debt MIcotatLA eOd T brV my< wife Thermoshd'*
U NC ^ A ^ PU1 T ^O WAII an prC. 1 9 he on a' b ne 48 u 19W ,Phon 20.Ap l Bo A -15 M oi m m d : -- ?.N o m S r etI jl-. -G u rd an --A ug.n29 H: tiT ^ = ? she ha in l ft m y ho ni andE ^ pro.F p e na tl r
A9 l tiano- U9 ItoSLE DIDBULD. 81CE aePeittei FeAguteLt,94.


K ^?^.^~ hav OVAL COFE FATORY, L. it. .,^,^-. Te- $100 REWAR for,.^^^^^ ailNA Unfurnished- House^. ao~mB DIAS GOTBRECT :1CS ^S~^
WANED: S ^ 5S -- ^ 2-.- ^ ^ ; gTNTY: Mus -; DUIUNL roALL." 67u~ Du l Val0ley, a .- ra gesz lu^ o.()u s I ;l. at 1;4 i N*1K Lw I^~ t o* oD
tra (ptar). Ag 2 Sp ecsh in: njt n paih sye. A% M, Aug 109, Trlr PU LI to herebyS no.A^ "a thati j not5 4 arneh is



















:_^ ^JPr?:. s^^ss &;~ Furniture H g
"VA"ml er0Y A| IbetL). 0t Vrult, lleIIO AL!1 00s.I.d.e(Il ad6 -


















,"---- -AR B-AN-T' ab-lity e.to S-- --SERVICE -HA--INXR TDRE SS N fe. atdtn. JOur nvI Cr~d y alxd C. oUT litet Ie ud -A._ It...... n MO te Past4.y ars. ,tis ?l
typ Newto~,T~c~~l'C Ie~ll "''w n.h t-Cit r.e Ud boreWe r d, ptl ve '-- ' 3"o111ni0 ~iling f r building .; 'Phon re 03 -uy 2%1me n tm fentntor emarry thre--onWhaffai




and THOeaVUB --------------- b.ox -2,c 0- ilters. "-ug ^. 2 l'PiSSe 71162-Aug. 22. ___ -_^/: ";'.? -^* A the ydate ofi thi pulctin













1 ard an ta ge; quickat flogures go- bid Y sa. on t-la AHlar 2 a 'I a
`R k oR CA E.On Ihoco ak"'" oo-Ail. 11 o llf lt. Wr it$ OX -12, uaria." roe.111 .a. 1 I1HE UBLC I heeb nofee t0, I-" i
Atenatsfr-oer af." MORTERS PLE A SE NOTE out Fredig n -_ Aug- 22. io 1oeo1r AItNI~I RO rtsoerac neinirm= ~ U In[I+l-;_l '.l~e;I
I E-r.-Rad-Au g.I "- mditedeivryfo: ron ors. B AUY lt.Vicnt CfcoA bercromby StrN) Ieell t$. rP lnI PerWA ~ ndo a~b itpb o pposted HO USrADIST TE AG NContlractede ym y wife ryan~lcnsltonajI", PI IJl'" lIL i n v
wilin to dToue C rksfoU r ie.CiWt r i c andT arai aiesqae pl rgentsoBox' .12 Queens tr. protel, raond ' , ..optarst25liVicetSt 'hne694 Slohvig"et y o e ay2, 94.Item a 1:























I IU h /. N A 'L Bt y A. O- O~--. |thel BiTlke, Arltld DMIc T wI tI ar ,. .trMB . llel It -i OA L NOIT.i 4"* 2ew ,tet- '
ation -needed. CAlsto Ani a lMPB 1r8t.-Au ow 4 tt he Bt IAu Ol t Onw I OetLO I] ADA D Iimto. ornanlg o t BL t rrty *- 'f lar
k lwrttt LandASanWJuan ... ... x.. 2.I r i S _0nw RA N Wdnn ClongAB Al u .r i oa D N l. G 6W l ( | m no lo eBonsllbleflo aor dby d te oru-I ^ .m?,? T. __ ,___ -. I
A N Z H: tcSnc.sa*rqird rtihi 0I .F __14 oe ttl.SnFraio ,phon ii '
have firt ci" c ede tial.-Rng Aug. 30.1 H l ,l J an to ch ................. ..0....bt vonn ....edmyy Carolhlle Irre--e- azele ,n,
ll/ AL E~R VAN frC bT.d Sleeingme o .doGns n hlrein,,' "' Henry IMISC ELLANEOUS F OS SL E -I I i i h"me 10 il-At Ciro.eue .A g19. ma1 hatl1roeri si nltrain. or-t
!L oatiton, ply S C rel l* streeln t stre--r. O i fii e rD V-AIgI 130. oel No dan hrN'AL1~., -- J i"IR AhNG Fo TWUW-L .. . ...0. $3 a ch. I NT O T HO MASUCARESS
!, lle A p rll m. ceAe ptSo. 22-. ~LOnCALLY A ,off r l Whitepply Ruck. TENIS, Netballn tl. Hockey and Fo ,*Iotballsion de lgtf l bu ~ lnr in 'hneI 5914.- TIIP~Loaso oiC tlge. et dli otlledcthed. -Aug. T 22. FAM. hooa14 .-.
WYeNOLA THE rKL COA S, t.I ~Id.-l l oc.N 1o8 e rcitidon. Yet fu Bor d optprklirl ponal.itsWeo ly adver ~t ise arg in. T OL ATE. .CL SSIF
N A;_ EM L CBipX+de.--R Pa. 1u. .... Clunb s, e ientao raknl SMAL. h Ou R Oll N Al Typewr.iher. th orough- ll 'Allo-ri*.-ro byttte. 1, 'Poona 73R 4i.J-yAu1s. .. ..2.-0--.I P I I i]i. ;.++
sasolIT]YR 8' O App y in per on,6 ue O t.e- m, etc, re hr eby n erotile ntatth l ovre ~ uet excllet 1"diion N do?-SM,--RIV TE --I l A. am
(uotla. A g.1.til b aan i e 1 go th ir r te o l ir A ply0ny imeb etvl l n u And 6 30I ,,S Ut &LRCILJ, I R ",oi IaIa nrrn* dor.tw, roms Em ty.A T HMU It,
ftrfory-wiAh god educaton,,Inovtted,&d Lux* BveragesCn t le,lAs 119 AercrPUb St. All, 18 bynisotltred thaailable Part lameo scision day. eER1tAL NOTIE$,SH IN
..... . ive abiit Knwlege ol IO- ,.O lita. Sree. LA GE-ETAL LA-E wih al.otionl.tritebit ei124" o irindauTHE PUBLC i h.... otiied hatI I f A GU4
Telehon 57 r 1 S mr- a m, AeOA,) re o %rid m 1111 Re ady f rlitot|' 4'mmla l 3a.l- SAN il 11 atclars 3)' te ol y no u se l I & W o or my k lot l am. an.lunl tr responsibleU + pftor i, wie, l'e A*
m 'ory ot asnis, u a sst.FrnnoTeehoe 6 -sli 2A, r iw e ariulrs ppy t tr S A119.t 18. 0,U00. cM ,' . .. ... U=t). 1 ... A+
haeaptlneI adiglbu K E OI_ 1 N &. I o ',tin 42-o~~ .TAu ,, 1 .,.' l. . _ _ kip 40 , u lt o, n tii o,lu ,10it I u $5 0. a J, ra l.lon, me o d t do not hol.d i1I P t +
FI ol eeeco n eet I m I o 1tt Sret u 1 rY KNI T ERS Raml~ os, Ili~ll. 1w ~ ill M n n4on AnO _ w 5) 3a Cl itt t. E ptOny-i~o --11,
-A g 2.K ing 1, "tr 11 U '- K -- 0i. I rp .1 () lAto Im P l' BM NI ,A OS O1 _ omar t street Oit B0 ell L UI ILM n 1 A NerTHO M ASl d l --_ .(.S._ne. ........ .. . A. :. .'


41 \ "Po lhmw ,* ,/o w. M lto nieL IL- I I Cranki- ".A (*.OMIlM, ArRply lionet. 'Plionl J0.-- OWConnor, .B. hlvinK l my cw lid . M ',/ l rV r $8 f l i i-X.-- do (t. 6. prottlolo O July3181, 1144. lli.ttO To.--Aul. 23.,
Itt'^^ ^^iS, *^ jff ^g Jr IrO InTT, No. I RI~siNond Krlt. NATsANre.eOCONNOR, ATUHANI nROA.C $0 ID. TMirb drOlmV ..... .
.. .... . I -|L "rt '* Of V! t- O in M I c w r it in g tooC w.s m n.W a lh, B s n Ie ah M u l oum e l o O. ^ll J
*ii,-a~ \A J *A'lh \ i ^ IscvK- ua*MM- f>**r, 1 Moot* Av01140 O *tAaB'4-AUS, -_Aug 1T. lPoSOOWM Apply Imany Thafn*, It 1,. ~RO M N ** iyi
i2 I N ^S.! .... .. A M TAX 1,, A PUBLIC t ohreby haotna*d that m-re11t, a *mli-6.-Au, 2a. MA- **fe
.. N _MA N i._._ oM. t8 SI| j atN* B Mao *VALMAI,' rUilR HCD Bl eAg110 1 am t, .o radioT^ -- I r end IVIRL I toa bow$, aLti + ldeaK. W0Wor ln& iseam Barbdos debts contrateed by my wtl*. C learaAll OI*oi Apply Cha. Mootoo, Sideboard, Tea'!
\ l f^ |ally. tl I I_4 P.S e y. = l I'L dnt1 19 Apply Nixon. e, it s &Co. Pogrt.of: X1Pl"o, 10 a ln| GI Jel my hii MII"y & w*f nM t.-Amul. X3 .l, G i d Ef. ;
Du It --hog. i: n.--Aus.n,' 3rdM A2 US. 'N --- -^ Ele.Readin L
.-WAO =^^"^~ 14ILTON ESINZA MOMS AN *41- ff01111 -- __H1
A1,1 be fZ.V Unplllat 4,s 114111- V. IINE IFRENHIOLD PARCELof....HITNIPlevelI N 0~m lM N &. ItAGUT H1 tee and 3 chalirl %Im
Ic *O I. ON+ +OiUuto I =- 1 lC a d a. t bier5 Own R. d. 10 ;*" ... go. aj. 1 FTLVMXNl mINSlIDOOML -2
[] ly, i# OFilf, e -.anFenado ntt .......... .... -- "r ANsaOs.torL o8 Two Rattan
Its*I., it. nem ilMefrom Fo u r R oa.0%-It ...... ..iMon *her# Morris Table, 90
JONSA*. "c reys %ery suitbl : house......... ..... G a r.d
WELL W ATARE T E ,u.D ul n
--- M M.JIV..\ ^-i U^ \G O N AT VR RADIO AND LL* I- AL RX .|b Aply &**M. .u.i," KSS510 S M ery S treet.'THE PUBnLIC AIshenrebynot ......... Il thattI P Im 9 Sign iC.roningBoar
|, + p IR 1 CUw l .--&UingofPoera" Auio 'Pboln* "G.AU 9.. 17. l~etl ~o. I orod e t ill d eyts astrootn and- 9I IIpI+ +e l Inst uctedooy and r e Eq. Garden Tools, '
Ia' f11 N IJi a R1 *1>BW ...oPtRl. No . 21. tl ,"o *ot l'l *I no----n .......o lu "N=- B u shes, m -u g~,
&M. a _.yggh o_ H, xat ilo sa l ,,h th ,slctor,e P, n, 1. t o rIA o lv E tm 1 S (
p %ad Mo.. t or Repai rs C-. Lne+ i mmwitml fes n wrting .d t j. o -M ". ....I dbts Contr ace by ils.. fN tem L Pair Ch _S inlIg e ms o '

^-Aug. 31e ^ : -Aug,:-^ ^ Stve etc, etca^^w ^
139, --t-.. pa. S~l.II p ai n.IVY" lm h m Um. l %,In. left hmAN .- home loft M ApilN. I~ i.l.-. X 8- M 11Ba ls it on spri ng andl
SI,- -R ... ..+ .-e"o ..D I M M O .1 A C D Io. +m .. .. i. ... ,- ,,1944- -4,y & H


. . . e^A ttu f -. D s
r a lo.. .. l e c t I'd e r- a D -UV R IP W W t l i gost e eh ln d ilhon d T e r a c e .IM P R A N I T U N Z L .1 '. ?em& I t




  Home | About dLOC | Collections | Governance | Digitization | Outreach | FAQ | Contact  
  Powered by SobekCM
Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement  
© All rights reserved   |   Citing dLOC