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


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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ltuf - ABZ3083
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ith Paratroops

4. p1 (AP)-Forward
AheAmerican Seventh
effltltv into maritime
B ern France and
leading to the
today plunging up to
in a campaign to
-Allied forces in north-
[ i the biggest pincers
had seized the
extending almost to
est and Cannes on
ispossible that the
had already be-
High Command
declared that the
-'ready pushed into
SGerman broadcasts
the Nazis had little
$ the town and spoke
troops landing north-
it.y and entering it
announcement which
Behind frontline
maid invasion forces
om Toulon and 10
SCannes. They had
through the Argens
the main road and
11a to Marseilles.
Isd taken the coastal
M de Maures. Other
Stakean Colobrieres.
dl announced to-
r inan and Vidau-
Cuers was also
onmas, B.BC. cor-
e, seeking from the
Is afternoon, Router
,that the Allied right
nes had met with
and the advance
forward as quickly
lt the landings
K d been made good
Iault forces have
saome of the para-
,dropped further In-
Isf arnlv established
tles o( segOmentt of
stream of reinforce-
and equipment is
S.the beachhead Is
B mmand said the
SUP the coastal towns
Ste. Maxime, St.
and Le Lavandou
d towns of Le Muy,
M eand Colobrieres.
S that St. Raphael
to the east of the
SEure River. Alonw
this river Allied
i made their most
p.t4yance. They have

o Towns
S17 (AP)-French
.! occupied the Pyre-
lWns of Oloron and
y fighting is in
wn German occupa-
|tU Maquis around Pau
Ibtween Oloron and
Partisan from the

Turkey Reports Allied
Landing In Albania
LONDON, Aug. 18 (API)-
Ankara radio said this morn-
Ing that Allied forces landed
at Durazzo In Albania. The
radio said it was quoting a
special Allied Mediterranean
radio bulletin. The report is
without Allied confirmation.
The B.B.C. said it heard the
Turkish broadcast which was
beamed to Bulgaria. Durarzo
is the principal port in Albania.
lying about 20 miles west of
the capital of Tirana which
the Allies bombed cn Tuesday.
It is across the Adriatic from
Brindisi and Barin in Italy.
There has be~n widespread
guerrilla activity within Alba-
nia linked with Marshal Tito's
Partisan activities.

R.A.F. Bombers

Batter Berlin,

Stettin, Kiel
LONDON, Aug ,.
17 1AP) -Nearly
1,200 British
bomb1to struck in-
to Germany last
night and battered
Berlin and the
northern seaports
of Stettin ancv
Kie, but unfavy .
durable weather
restricted opera-
Halifaxe.qS anC
Lancasters hit theAlr MarshaI, h aser
two great Baltic ports with about
1,000 tons of bombs each. while
Mosquitoes dropped two-ton block-
busters on the Reich capital for
the third consecutive night.
The seventh heavy attack in the
past 00 days on Kt.I was aimed at
smashing the Nazi fleet at its
source. At Steottin the bombers
were attempting to choke thle im
Horteant Berlin-Stettin canal which
being used increasingly by the
Germans to move supplies to East
Prussia. Sixteen Allied 'planes
were lost.
(The Admiralty. Reuter re-
ports, has repeated the warning
that ships entering certain wa-
ters of the Baltic do so at their
own risk, owing to the danger of
Heavy bomber meanwhile, at.
tacked Ploesti and Nis.

an cer arm alIfushr,
Praises Wilson
Allied Expeditionary Force, Aug
17 (Reuter).-In a message to Sir
Henry Maitland Wilson, General
Dwight Eisenhower, Supreme AlN
lied Ccmmander in the Mediter.
ranean, congratulated hini on the
flying start made by the landing
in southern France.
"Every step in your progress will
be a wail of dismay from the Hun
and a cheer from all of us here,"
General Eisenhower said.
General Wilson replied that he
was lo:king forwArd with the
greatest confidence to the success-
ful development of the new offen-

Two V.C. Awards

iuontills are moving r
theRiviera battle-For Yorkshiremen
the Allied forces.
reports say. LONDON, Aug. 17 (Reuter--The
reserves for' f.g Victorian Cross awarded for
anean front are the part played in "D-Day" opera-
theLyon region ti:ns goes to Sergeant Stanley El-
men .were garrisoned. to Hollis, who did heroic work in
S hee southward helping to prevent the Germans
snow stabbing rd from halting the Allied advance on
It ance because the the beaches at a critical time. The
p the belt of land V.C. has also been posthumously
aU Pau, in the west awarded to Acting Sergeant Victor
m Fan, in the west, y ^ ^^ ih n
rnmtier. Turner who went out at night and
*tota were closingin captured a Japanese in Burma. He
SValleyfrom ot bwas killed.
t reported. Both VC.'S come from Yorkshire.

Qomery's French C.O. Says
Mn Queried Victory In Sight
. 1.7 (AP).-The Colonel Emmanuel OGasset, Conm-
ald editorially to_ manding Superior of troops in the
rWMe Headquarters French VTest Indies and French
w te reported mix-up Guiana, arrived in the Colony on
Bonds of General Si Monday last on a brief unofficial
and Lleut- visir.
eand ieut Colonml Gasset is a product of
er aded: "In the L'Ecole superieure de Guerre of
'.u of the war news," which Marshal Ferdinand Poch
M US been amateurish, was once the director. The Colonel
Iad confusing." saw active service during We Great
W. It said, that en. War as a lieutenant and has
tObushed in this vital served In the French army as a
d ended that Oen- career offcer since 1915. He has
be offered an served in French West Africa,
t and broad- French Sudan, French Morocco and
S that he was "de- Algeria during the last 12 years
voting with Lieut.- and for four years in Indo-China.
r _'_ Colonel Gasset has come from
serving in North Africa to assume
M *: his appointment in these parts
M sisters conferred on him three months
SInrlin an informal talk with
& r*vu~n "Trinidad Guardian" representative
AU. 17 (AP arranged through the courtesy fnt
?, Pic rein P Mons. Fernand Oalat. at the of.-
Pac reigned in ces of the French Consulate, thel
u se at of the Colonel exprted himself as be
.-"-- "--W em e eamit of early victory for the
-ws"1" s* AIMN & and the rAWtorsos of
S ,aoid a ne ews France to a position of freedom
o Fue's& "Der among the world's great nations.
as M..obijo Co;e0s1 OGaet wearn the Croix
"'f S fdo OQSrre and Leion of Honour
attack Frm pench deoationsM During his stay here
o-e-li t h t pointed hevlsacoirte eisit to H is -
SMoc aul the e e the =s 'l A. 3. Wiht.
bA toCl th ct g ovU norTM, sM i has been
hote l ve i Vi4lfying himelf with the acu_-
~ O T Ifta5end interest' SOf the French

Nazis Leaving


Patton's Drive Seals
S Off Fleeing Remnants
I-* I.-' -"

The Advance To Paris Reich-Japan Russians Carry

Sr, CITo Be Policed War Forcefully
,..,,.+i ..'E VE* Ux.*,, ,o';'+''"pRPresident ,,,UTrN zi H o el n
INo RepetitidTo Nazi Homeland
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By JAMES LONG tonar i n 4-4 "'" 'Xs WASHINGTON. Aug. 17 (AP)
SLUPREME HEADQUARTERS. ) Al CON `9 e AQT-QES P. resident Roosevelt today in-
Allied Expeditionary Force. Aug. "e' 1e ", formed the world that Germany
17 IAP Grneral George Pat- JFNNES \ and Japan would be occupied by
ton's high speed armoured army. A lid tro re
already halj way from Em'est to the -LAVAL ,l',i, 'Allried troops rwhn
Rhine, captured Orleans. Char- J ,it \OIANS or how then
and said at a news
tries, Chateaudun and Dreux and how.U surrender l
raced on across the Rivers Eure, Vi surrender. He
20 miles from the Sine, and the said at a news
i Aunay, 35 miles from Paris, closeI th ( ,-- / , e train on his
I enough to see the Eiffel Tower. t. ' retun irom ahis
(Later news from the Germans. .S :",' 15,000-mile Pacific
Reuter reports, says that at one TO Ui 'I R T OL' I trip that there
point they were now 23 miles iii would be no
from the city limits. Thus, with ,I w .. repetition o l the
the capture of these four imn- '' I '--1"r,. 1918.i"..nof the
portant communication centres. ..... when (lermar.v
the Allies are well on the way American forces have reached within 30 miles of Paris In an ad. P 0"flt NO )Mtt rscaped lull oc-
to dominating the famous Or- vyance from Chartres. Meanwhile General Patlon'a forces scored cupatlon bv quitting when her
leans gap which is the only more victories in the liberation of Chartres. Orleans. Dreux. In homeland was menaced.
unbroken communication line their thrust from Dreux, which is approaching the Seine, the Gzrmanrus have now in the Americans now threaten German troops hemmed in between the man v and Japan cannot hope to
whole of northern France. It English Channel ani the big river. In the Normandy pocket avoid Allied occupation even by
is the American spearheads that the remaining German forces are being mopped up. thie Itcordltional surrender ie-
took Chartres that is reported -a________________________ isnded of them. He recalled
nearest to Paris). thtirprtda tLilt Berlin dodged occupation
Announcements of the capture -- -- .--- .-- ----- N w ur ifer the last war by negotlatin,
of these important towns by Gen-a Another Rooseveltan armisntlice and said if we lei,
eral Patton's American Army and them quit thin ol me tl e erat
further advances across the River Churchill Meet Hinted generation would be told Gernmny
Eure, 20 miles from the Seine and; Ragesa a r1ast won thea.
the Aunay, lifted the curtain after WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 R aSg EYCOI.OG1 f31'll TV
a week of security news embargo C rb
Sand disclosed some of the fastest (Reutenr Presltent Roosevelt C M R vet dtr as
t ground gaining of the whole war in his Press conference today arib ean inM e t a psycdhology stud
S-- 65 miles northeast of Alencon indicated that another not cnh' of the' Germas people
-to Dreux and almost 80 miles east ntcl fteGra epe
tof Le Man to Or:esens e Churchill-Roosevelt conference MIAMI, Aug. 18 (AP--The but of their military command--
may discuss the conclusion of Weather Bureau located a tro- the characteristic to throw up tle
STERRIFIC DRIVE the European operations, but sponge when their border were
The terrific drive in a single will lay emphasis on the Pacific pical storm near hurricane force menaced because they did not
sweep gained a fighting foothold war for which President Roose- in the Caribbean and reported want Germany overrun.
in the Seine-Loire gap flanking velt made his tour to acquaint ioZns that it was increasing tn Referring to Japan, hbe said that
Pari frm te suthandviruall hisel atfirt hnd.ration must be sealed off from the
.Paris from the south and virtually himself at first hand. sze sna destructive power. It peace-lovin world until she proves
Sealed off the fleeing remnants of -' was moving ,st-ncrtiwest about herself willing and able to live
e the debated Seventh Army against 15 to I miles an nour. its po- with peaceful countries. He re-
t the Bridge-blasted Seine well west Pt(l- ion at 1 p.m. tE.W.T.) Was re- peaked that American defence
Sof the capital. lPa ri1otsR eport ported to be near latitude 13 bases must be e tablished in the
Although advance forces were degrees, 20 minutes north longi- Pacific to thwart an future ag-
13 miles beyond Chartres, there \LT ".T l *d;. tAAe, 63 degrees we-t or about rcifiton.
was no Immediate indication ofN aziaA l 1tiriS II, lt0p miles southeast of Miami. The President said one of the
the head-on rush to get into Paris. T ,he Weather Bureau reported niortant items on his futiwo
Clo-er at hand and. more i"-., lorent thf e stom's cen"r w& 0." oramme would be the comi
mediate;y important wtas' the Seine l Ore Ce from 200 to 250 male solt of mwu See
In lor164AIIoperatume.ll tothe Po~em.Tu
where the big Mantes Oassicourt Puerio Rico tonight. Residents of bore out the belief that the Pr-.
bridge, although bombed repeated. --0- Puerto Rico were advised to sent laid plan f tor new blows
ly. sti stands as one of the few ROME, Aug. 17 cAP)- Elgl stand bv for further advisories. adent laid plans for new blows
affording the Germans an easy Army troops fought for the 1 At 4 p.m. E.W.T. an advisory aga ia the a imin his meetingseral
crossing. day to clear Florence of the Oer- fromn San Juan reported that the MacArthur.
Even aside from the costliness of mans, as patriots, filtering through storm was of small area but president Rcosevelt plam to
street fighting, the Allies would the lines, reported Nazi terrorism considerably increasing intensity. P st I eel it
not willingly carry the ruinous bat- in the city. Although the Allied Preliminary storm warnings have cotifer nealmostraimmediatelwithhis
tie into Paris if they are able to Military Government Is hauling in been ordered lor the south coast abinet, General Marshall. Admin and
squeeze the Oernqans out by ot- tons of food for residents in that of Hispaniola and caution has w i confg r with the Pacific
nart of the city In Allied hands, been advised for all interests in as Counci with ha cific
flanking thrusts. There is r.- patriots told of a grave food situa- the eastern Caribbean. The War Council which has not met
dication yet whether the capital atrion nthedsue e hr
migh tbetdehlare an o petn cap.il inthedisputed area where position of the hurricane at sinceshortly after the conferences
wiht tbed ren pen flying bullets have kept all in- p.m. was 13 degrees 0 minutes at. Cairo and Tehe an.t
when the French yielded it with- doors. north latitude, and 65 degrees 54 Mr. Rocsevelt said he did not
South a fight in their last chaotic Refugees related how the Nazis minutes west longitude expect a German collapse, despite
defence of 1940 when Hitler's army once turned tanklgunsoncivilians the recent internal upheaval, until
stampednd tningnstnrciilins.t-h-
stamped In through ths Arc de The Allied communique today the Allied armies reached the
Triomphe and the Fuehrer himae'f said that reconnaissance patrols US N avy J i German borders from many diec-
hurried In to gloat over Napoleon's were active along the Arno River U.* .ttVy J n lions.
tomb. from Florence westward to the
If the Germans chose to stand sea. It said that there was no SOarLhForScho ner WOULD NOT LET NAZIS QUIT
there as they stood in the fight major change in the disposition of ea r dobe i at i wouldSh o e
for Rome the garrison could be troops along the front, in theH For the past 1 days the United He doubted If the Nazis would
reinforceddirectly by Von Kiuge's mcuntains east of the upper Tiber State Navy in the Caribbean area ln or even as t the Rhine, because
reinforcedi Va ey. Adveenat fthe n R-hine ec
strong 15th Army north of the Valley. Advanced forces now O- has been conducting an ocean-wide they do not want to be overrun.
Seine, guardian of the Pas de Ca- cupy a number of high points, un- search for the schooner. Island But the President promised that
Isis rocket bases, but Gmoeral Pat- til lately held by the enemy. Qmu- wouldenotileth Ge an
ton s oreay etabishng theatQueen. reported missing since Au- the would not let the Germans
ton is already establishing a threat gust 6 wt an excursion party oft
to the 15th Army's southern German Chief Of Staff a7 including Trinidadians bound quit untl they have conquered the
flank, and is in a position to from Grenada for St. Vincent. entire country and that also goeC
heighten that flanking menace Reported In Finland The search, which continues. Is for Japan:
further by a sweep through the LONDON, Aug. 17 (Reuter).- being carried out with 'planes, He said the United States is
Orleans gap. "Norman Macdonald. Reuter's cor- blimps and surface craft. The now equipped to handle the de-
(German overseas news agency respondent, has reported from Trinidad section of the area is be- felice of the Pacific, Including th
states today, Reuter reports, that Stockholm that the German Chi'f ing" covered by air and all passing west coasts of Central and South
Paris can now hear the thunder of Staff, Field Marshal Keitel, is In ships and commercial air lines America Mas well as the Atlantic
of guns. He said, too, that for Pinland and he has seen Marshal have been briefed as to probable oasts.
--I Mannerheim. He is accompanied whereabouts of the missing The President said the Pacific
bPLEAS TURN TO PAGE 3, COL. ii by a German general, schooner, war as. the United States major
_ _ __geerl.Captain E. Hughes. of Messrs. G. responsibiility because of its
H. Huggins & Co., Ltd., Grenada, strength, and therefore few deci-
whose son. Ian, is one of the pas- sons on Pacific strategy would go
nA nd U I A c e Oaff engers on the vessel, has cabled to the British-American Combined
BA.tRear-Admiral Oliver Read, Corn- Staffs mut. would be handled
meander of the NavAl Operating entirely by the United States. ex-
o ele e H gr i J s T Base, Trinidad, thanking im on cept Lord Montbatten's command
behalf of relatives of the missing in Burma.
o Release Hungarian Jws psngera for the magnificent ef- ___
forts the U.S. Navy is making in -
..... ... .-- .the ceaseless search for the Island st. Vi e Case
LONDON, Aug. 18 (Reuter) The British and United States Queen. t Vincent se
Governments have accepted the Hungarian offer to release Jews from Pii
Hungary. A joint declaration says that the two Governments will W avell Refuses For Privy Council
arrange for the cart of Hungarian Jews who reach the, United States a t Leave to appeal to the Judicial
ta firf refuge.To ,- .. .. SO (eeG na nl Committee of the Privy Council has
to m refuge. --- -- --. I been granted Mrs. Hilda Richards,
The British and the American iSncluded Argentina, .azil, 1 rance, _t representing the estate of D. A.
Government said though they were the Netherlands, the United King- NEW DELHI, Aug. 17 (AP).-t Richards and Hilda s Richards,
doing this because of the desperate doa and the United States. It also was announced today that Lord
doing this because of the desperate ogai8oe- 1 *"I ^odn^ r h^ *>ns't a decision of Rix Rtono
plight of Hungarian Jews, they did studied Sir Hert~*s report on the Wavell.Viceroy of India, has re-, Clement Malone Chief Justice of
not in any way condone the action .OmmittL 'sActivities, including the Iectd the request for an interview the Windward Islands and Leeward
of the Hungarians in forcing the unedate preservauon of refugees y Mr. Gandhi who offered to urge lands. In a t Vincent lawsuit In
Jews to migrate as an alternative in ocuped urope and the post- full nationalist support in the war which Mr. Frederickt ASIUtw ie
to avoid persecution, Swarrmsettement of those not re- effort if Indiat Is given Immediate Cas on the defendant was awarded
patrited. Independence. The Viceroy nat Pro ately 1 ,w damages on
Scotnt sU.dwrd Racewsky, thebecause of sharp differences nothing a counterclaim.
sRefugee Body Ends d could be gauch a meetn T on'b L C. e yanayc, K.O.,
ThreeDay Mee ih at the qu stio n a anow. but added he would be glI who Ws irm.ucted by Mr. J. A.
equ- einn of Polish to consei-er any "definite construc- proo1, appeared so
SfHENRY BAGLEY refugees should be considered ive policy." rM rs t uNMe
ent. or pa for the for Mrs. e Uchards the Hmaue
LONDON, Aug. 17 (Ap.- The o date or place for the next Sir Lennox O'Reilly, .0, led ooun-
Inter-Governmental Committee of meeting was announced, and Sir B lg.a...r W M' O" oc
Refugees ended its three-day Herbert was left to cartry on the a nta
meeting after taking prelim- work In the mntime. B u i W ants
inary step looking toward 'the 0 t H
creation of an identity and travel Keep u t W ar
docrment for stateless persons or Ha s Ch o, ,U _gtC
those not protected by any Govern- C h ef .. Aug. 17 (Reuter)- Then
ment. Sir Herbert Emerson, who U.S. m edical ie new Bulgarian Prim.'Minister to .Overnight Guest
was re-appointed director of the -y t6ld the t ultarian Parliament
committee. was instructed to itlit For ciho l Ofp ning of the Bulgarian people's deire to His ighness Prince e x d
the Governments of Argentina, keep outof the war. He said It ar, of (he Hous of *asburg and
SaChile, the United States., r Tht, w n~ their wsh to enter th ArchdukeI of Af si. -w
Goeuret ottey W! inessl wof fighting ony .on Pan.I/I

re.iaoasthrat Bulgarga was in a state of
Kte Kingdom n of the et-infomedyesther ay, e con tic w hiss ifo bMecausee edInya to g e4

S to dplad resolution ai- G-over nment's nvita stion to Di. a gn fill t g O a a t i

p.ing ao apted a of co-opera- Parran, followed a re.uet t' Drmson 1..m 5 te on a b mas
non-ower .e Medic al..y. T S- er..

deain with reues Ceh- a uetdoatn h resj rte

LONDON, August 17 (API Ru.ian troops for the first time ia
30 years brought war forcefully to the German homeland, in a surp

which put them on to the German

East Prussian frontier, along the

Ateauppe River In west Lithuania
The historic honour fell to the 5,mFT*^
Third White Russian Army troops, -. .. t
commanded by General Ivan Cher- -,.' I\ "
niakhovsky., 37-year-old Jewish- -i -r -
Russian tank expert, youngest full KONIGBe
general in the Russian Army. 1 3 Ere
The Russians apparently surged M .
on to the frontier in the area of
Schlrwindt, German border town. '
42 miles southeast of Tilsit, East \.4A
Prussian rail centre, and 90 miles
east of Konlgsberg, East Prussian /vA- I
capital. /. 'CA 4
'iThe Ateszuppe River flows north- .
sards along the frontier irom Schir- 'S " *"
iladt, and at one point only is /,,r,
about 30 miles east of Tilsit. It : D*d]L stch
flows into Schlrwindt from tiop .\ l
I Reuter stripes that in Poland d 4. m
German S.S. troops and tanks
have launched count'r-at tacks lh
on the Russians east of Warsaw. ll
Moscow, Paul Winterton. of the es Oi*e^
In a ne&'tage t.0 the B B.C. from A5 A
'News Chronicle," says the vio-
i'nce and frequency of the Oev- Fresh D rive
nw;n assault are increasing daily, -
pi,"l the Russians have suffered
their Arst. setback since the be- CHUNGKING, Aug. T17 (AP)-.
ginning of the summer offensive, Chinese oois in an apparent at.
Thyv nave lost a small town tmpt to dLlocate the Japanese
n mirs rest of the Poishdrive In the Hunan Province have
capital. Fighting here began T'ungtine lake area north fin
with a powerful attack by Ger- Tungting Lthe Yanta River. con
man tanks and Infantry in two SOuao the Yadtz River, cone
directions. In the first hour or tinuing their advance northwest
so more than 10 thrusts were xard toward Icnang, according
made in quick succession. The the High Comthand today.
Oermans pressed forward with Heavy fgoe tingo was reported
groups of tanks and succeeded in the outer ring of Hengyang. The
driving a narrow wedge into the oChinese appeared to be attepa M
Russian positions.) to contain the Japanese around
This thrust to East Prussia, lHengyang and baatrate their of.
cradle of German milltarists, forts to push aouth and owoe to
slighted all action along the east- the"railwa'y.t. i -
ern front, but other Soviet armies I a'T.ti Lrive p
which had broken across the Visa- eI y i JAaivereMon to pms t*
tule tiver It central Poland. 110 JIIS5 ltes &001*% "U09 ,
mUes south of Waaw. arso cab p. !A n6 m to to $
turned 20 localitles In a fan-lik
sweep which threatened a break- 23 More 'Planes Smashed
through toward German Silesia
last reported only 75 miles beyond On Halmahera Airdrome
the Soviet spearheads. GENERAL H3ADQUAil'jr
Continued street fighting was re- SOUTHWEST PACIFIC. A-.
ported in Sadomiers. west bank (AP).-It was announced
stronghold. 110 miles southeast of that continuing sharp raids
Warsaw as the Russians sought to Halmahera, Island, AMllied tril
secure another key crossing. East smashed 33 parked 'lanes at S
of Praga, Russian troops success- Mitl aldrome lqnI to
fully besi off attacks by infantry of the Island. T UA luarked-ft k
and tanks as the Germans contin- raid so far in August on Hlma-e
ued a bitter effort to weaken the nera, southern ulardlan to the
noose closing on Warsaw. Philippines approximately 300
North and west of aEstonia an- miles cuth of Mlndarao.
other Soviet army rolled on toward _________
the Baltic Sea, chopping into scat- CO AR BC
tered fragments 200,000 German COWARD BACK
troops estimated trapped in Latvia LONDON, Aug. I1 (Route) -
and Estonia Over 150 localliles Noel Coward is back in Brita
were seized, the communique said. from his entertainment tour w
--- -trooes in the United States, 8o ttU
IPLiA5E TrU-N TO PAtGl s. COL, t Africa and New Zealand.



Less than $600,000 in War Savings Certificates
remains to be sold to complete the issue of
$3,000,000 and those who hove not yet cached
their limit should get their investment up to
the $1,800.00 before it is too late.

If possible keep buying from the same place
you bought them before.

Those who have invested the limit of $1,800.00
will receive $2,460.00 in ten years; on increo
of $660.00 which is free of income tax.

War Savings: Certificates are he by tM :
Government of Trinidad and Tobago W" de, t
authority of Ordinance 3 ef 1941.

Those Who hove not yet bougt *Am should
so now. They we the best an a aletmet
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Allies Speed Up Drive
To Liberate Paris
THE defeat of the Nazis In the battle of
the Falalse gap has been followed
quickly by an advance by the Allied
armiea so rapid that the next few days
may decide the fate of Paris. The great
city is not only the capital of France but
Its main communications centre. But
however important the fact that it is
now endangered by the speedy Allied
drive, this is overshadowed by the prob-
able effect on the German army of the
collapse of their defences northwest of
the city. This region was to be one of
the toughest spots of German resistance
in defence of the homeland, and there
was concentrated the main core of the
Wehrmacht in the West. There are con-
centrations of these forces also on the
eastern front, while the rest of the Ger-
man army is performing police duties
throughout the length and breadth of
Nurope; and the smashing of these con-
centrations necessarily must result in a
German collapse.
The defeat of the German forces
northwest of Paris has been accomplished
by the use of a relatively small part of
Allied strength, yet the Germans were
practically helpless against it. There is
a vast amount of Allied power still ta be
thrown into the battle of western
Europe, and when this is done it is high-
ly probable that the Germans will suffer
defeats similar in scale to those inflicted
on them on the eastern front. The fact
that our forces have been able to make
such rapid progress shows that the
Wehrmacht has not proved as strong in
the West a expected.
The coming weelU are likely to prove
catastrophic for the Wehrmacht, not
only in France where it is being made
to fight a losing battle on two fronts,
but also in the East where the Red Army
has reached the border of Eust Prussia.
It is quite possible that the offensive In
northern France may be speeded up and.
in co-ordination with the expected Red
Army offersives aimed at East Prussl.,
Poland, and Rumania, hasten the Ger-
man collapse. Because of tL.cir superior
resources General Eisenhlc'ver's armies
can in the cc *ing weeks incraspe the
disparity between themselves and the
enemy, the destruction of whose forces
is already well under way.
The invasion of southern France
continued to make satisfactory headway
yesterday in the face of stronger Ger-
man resistance. It is apparent that the
operations have been a great success,
for the enemy's forts in the region of
the landings have been silenced, and all

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the saummt Iram w"H1 q nt and
suppU ama wa,

that o ml. fflnh4jm tr
enemy as a remut*ot' tur uperMI powt
and the meetmt me of the moat modem
weapons. Whlet U1r e rmas may flht
strong defuiva battles in te W pi
stages of the aw canqwign, 4t Wsthtn
that their aouttma foMcewi* W it N r
reverses similar to hw no* beiln in.
flicted on their armni before Paris.

British West Indies Resent
Senators' Take-Over Motion
IT is a good thing for the future of Anglo-
American relations that people like
Senator McKellar and Senator Chandler
are in the minority. These men, accord-
ing to a Canadian Press message from
Washington which we published yester-
day, want the American Government to
acquire all European-owned islands in
the West Indies. The purpose is to pro-
vide for the "future security'" of the
United States, which Senator Chandler
declares will be jeopardised if the islands
are left in the hands of "Allies unable to
defend them."
We should like to ask these two Sen-
ators whose navy it was that guaranteed
the safety of the Atlantic for many years
before the war, and made it possible for
the United States to maintain a one-
ocean fleet. We should like to point out
to them that if America had possessed
a two-ocean navy the British navy would
not have been as extended as it was on
the outbreak of this conflict, and there-
fore unable for a time to cope with all
tfe demands on it. In meeting the most
urgent of these demands, however, it was
giving the United States time to make
good its own deficiences. Therefore Bri-
tain was fighting for America as well as
herself in the more than a year between
the fall of France and American entry
into the war.
The two Senators, as well as Mr. Ro-
be rt Reynolds, the chairman of the
Senate Military Committee, need to be
irminded also that we no longer live in
an age when territories are ceded without
their inhabitants' consent. If Senator
Reynolds and the others imagine that
the United States can force Britain to
relinquish the Bahamas, Jamaica, and
Qther West Indian Colonies, they are
overlooking Mr. Churchill's remark that
he did not intend to preside over the
carving up of the British Empire. They
are also ignoring today's important
trends in the Colonies tCemselves.
Friendly, as we are to the United S:ates,
none of us want an exchange of soy-
cii-tgnty, On the contrary, we are more
and more recognizing the benefit of
modelling our institutions after the
British tradition.
If America were dominated by the
McKellars, Chandlers, and Reynolds the
outlook would be dark indeed. But the
impertinent suggestions of these indi-
viduals fortunately do not represent the
great bulk of informed United States
opinion, and we should be surprised if
the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
did anything but report against the re-
solution. Anglo-American co-operation
in any ease will not go on the rocks
because of the fulminations of a few

Government 14

Of as sTss NHB HM SioLt, ^~
take .by2 S-ir LenxI eec f~~"r'. -da onhyslr f(100W erqle~
Api artlil e kmthtd fro
the___uMdtts for the post l of Forest Shot Gun t
0ud i n the o F0.e 0 Departmen,.
uAlto.t. an aVt u b n the CAhi 2
Adlt$Vg .W Rl"of 1U and U i as 74OLM O g Impovibers Wt
Prmid. Tn ITo al pt, oAl 1quel and scustomed to r o deal in
theinglwe d a. Sw' Aw a outdrlife. A fair stand- 22 Calibre*
Scoestfeu n, at least elib va- quested tto auhe
lent to IS"vtnth Standard l re. Of the cont
aw the quired. Candidates will be re- than the uriae
Ora nc e Bill c e abeo rqulred to take a written o examine 1 .0 minm m" sa
heit adtescmeo n lai w of V on, based on the Forest Ordin- tese Ites
received w thtee I e 'gtle the Ctrown Lond Forest in Rouns.. l
a yPprovedue aas. wPulf leleentary Silvi- slo unc b
the slu, lac e t c culture, Botany ard Mathematics. accurate cealh 1
Te 8um Clearane m e B lli .. Successful candidates mi~y be Rtrsol

vetday bs oclut pow taer i n. trohuigtetretr eo. Ioains ru. nte open Returns a'Ja ^ nad shou"ld"t M .
vested absolute power in. te O.- 0I required to serve' in any PArt of Standard Impaort
inittee responsible rte xctinpe i ~wt* ftr Succra esd sdotiitessfulocny. aThes. toiuciy be Rtur, shu
of the programmeandtwhile toe out oeisoe f m ynat inalitieswil dceeeiad erde dcco r aacM the Colony. The em ning in accordance
lan be reemnaln s ertatin o tar the t wage is 814 per day plus temipor- ditions contained in
power delegated will not be abused Seem h s Ire.a U.S. nteda I .ilsgi A p ) ary war allowance and uniform Notice Import
poner at adwmitll o that wed the tdrArU.SAmy a m aywA folwth). allowance. Senior Forest Guards 194," dated i
one mnust admit that thea stand
taken by Sir Lennox In dufee of --of draw a monthly salary of $31.00 Where requirem
the r ts of the Individual was e a y Sing ITo i i e r mo..nth rising by a n o
Just. T aergTment advanced bycrements of $3.00 to $40.00 per Board full itUleft
S r Lennox could be at aphrd eUd s u tMay r SngT month, plus temporary war allow- excess should be
ir theennox c-"oul bapsk once ~0 ~, S and uniform allowance. separate sheet
In thsIfds"oapmplto Dewe Become Prsdn an' As tho .olo..ol..
sithoit deliberation," and that i" a Forest Guards are alsoL entitled to As the aoiat
forms an integral part otof thisIf 5Dew .0y0 o o e eoctravelling and subsistence allow- the Colony in I
thin we cao democracy. a.nces. Quarters are not provided on programmes
Sir Lennox accepted defeat on If Governor Thbumi p.. pose the Roosevelt domestic pro- Forest Guards are eligible for porters who fall t
an isste, that thouwa bad in prin- Deoay, the Re publan Party gramme, and the anti-internatlon- promotion to Forest Ranger when cf their requirealn
ciple, could be. goo In effect. I mtne is elected President of aists of whatever stripe, vacancies occur, which post cqbr- allowed to share o
hope the Bill is not incompatible the Unit State this writer Thus, persons who are simply ries a salary scle of $480.00 to locations.
with the common law of England, suggests, there will be a anti-Roosevelt and do not know $1,440.00 per annum, plus allow- S taryi
or 1 may be found ultra viNe. marked swing In the nation's what they are tfor, but know ver anceprs. Secret( i S
Adult sufferage Is a nightmare. It policy, ut, .h adds, It might well what they are against, form Applic a tions should Old Post O e
.may prove as dangerous as T.N.T. be Impol ib:e to rip apart the a large segment of Republican person at the Forest Office ncent
i the hands, of a child. While it fabric of Gvernmnt built tip t. h for ea ple, are o a te oret ofn Port-of-se ain.
Trrte o rhan ent rtduring the three-orm Da me- isla s p roups, in the open of t L. St Se ber O o ,
from the oligarchy and select fromratic 1me. again, who ave turned from try 12 Vicetria Street a Fernnd
tie "greatest number" represents- Ing to keep America out of any on any Monday.
ties administration of "greatest OInternational organiation which I t. at tOe c om c w
good." it must be urged that we In the presidential election of may follow the war. Conservator of Forests., SOCIAL M
do not desire nmob rule-the law tio0, when Franklin D, Roosevelt Certain lunatic fringe pantdes are Forest Office
of force In pisce of the f rce idf shattered all preced-nt by stand- springing into existence at the mi- 18, Knox Street,
law. ing for and winning a third term, ment, and these, since they usually ort-of-Spain."
It the Colonial Office is to be the Republican Party, behind Wen- consist of intense isolatonl'tg and 8th August, 1944. The Trinidad ?A
given some indication of our desire dell Wilikie, lost by 5,OO,000 votes anti-Rooseveltians, keep votes cut Committee has set.
to make this experiment a success, out of some 50,00,000. of the Democratic column. The tionsBub.onmmttos j
then, we should, at once. bury party Today, four years later, with Republicans would do well to uli- NOTICE pose cf t dying
politics. class prejudice, and race Willkle unceremoniously tossed lie them, provided It could be done of the voluntary L a
animosity. Thin will also be a con- overboard, the Republican Party, without alienating other stabler h Co
aiderable contribution to West apparently with no new ideas to groups. The public are hereby notified the Colony,
Indies unity and solidarity, pare sent to. the voting public, and that vaccination of equines horses. As a first step tli'
We are heading into uncharted with the unprecedetiter tourh Farue Vote Divided mules and donkeys) against Equine tee is gathering iao"J
waters. Trinidad- quo vadis? term submerged In the precedent- Always unpredictable, the farm Encephalomyelitis (Sleeping Sick-existitng v oluntary ,
X Y Z breaking thiru, will seek to capture vote is decidedly so this year. Gen- of Nariva-Mayaro on the following in social work.
Port-of-Spain those ci ucial votes. e rally, farmers vote for the in par- ness will take place in the County
What is tlo make-up of the Re- ty if they are prosperous at elec- dates:- A questionnaire
Scho iren To Scpublican party today, and what teion time, and for the out arty if tht 7th September been issued to
Schoolchildren To Scrub aoeI it offer? they ure not. This year, they are heknown to tihe u
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian" The nomination of Governor highly" prosperous, but many of 11th to 14th September will be glad if a
horpe. the dai ano dle-agetoodi Thomas E. Dewey bf New York them are most dissatisfied with Notices giving particular of .ne which have nt
Ie ay kIn coparisot n tuo laou indicates that it is still an tsen- what they call unnecessary med- and place will be posted at the communicate with

wlioerl ny pn omanduall onerne iec nIpratIse sda nte eetI rsdnil* iiiiiiiiiiiiiilk"
..n.a l kdionued inuhe oos a tally conservative pariy. Broadly dulng from Washington and, un Wardens Offices and in other
irtbe aso n pru ihorspeaking, the Republicans conas oer ceasing reversals of 'policy by prominent places and owners of THE SCE
Phiarents wo hare proud of ei, this the best of all possible worlds, agricultural oftials, animals are strongly advised to Social Welfare
chilen plougmg, cutt wootheir principal sou ce of unhappi- The farmers will not vote e n consult them P. BO. I t
ci utbirig. sweeping. etc., m.y ness bAng that the Democrats are mais for either party this year, Portl
be....e woe hav on g l or I running it. nort will the farm vote be control- W illiams, so im
ihem to do at home, or who cannot They propag, ate the notion that ling, but if 'the Republicans have R. .W ia s
unro the enough to obtain the United States should move into made gains since 1940, they will Acting Director of Agriculture. Social
their help. a period similar, so far as Govern- be reflected in the farm vote as
For children, scrubbing, I should1 rlntal regulation of business is wells elsewhere.
Imagine. Is most dangerously: wore concerned, to that which prevailed The Republican Party now has W NhB THE PO
et sweeping. I have noticed when from 1920 to 1923, exclusively a the energy which invariably cha-
children are scrubbing they are not Republican era. racterises a long-time "out." They The undermentioned person whose photograph I s*
careful to keep iheir clothes and The sole prominent liberal In the have recovered on the state andducedIs wanted by the Police for uttering a fore
feet dry v Id upon cold is the re- Republican Party is Wendell Will- municipal levels, and their repre- Marriage Register, knowing the sme to be forgedad
suit, and so. perhaps, tuberculosis. d e, whose position on some mat- sentation in Congress i. better than aeceive.o
Who are suffering from this dl- ters is IndisLinguishable irom that at any time since late in the Hoo-
sease today? Young men and wo- of Mr.Rooevelt. But Willkieis far ver administration. It Isale odd that,
men, girls anld boys now rear- too much of an internationalist foe despite their lack of success in the
11f theiage of puberty, and young the vast majority of Republicans, past 12 years, they are much more."
chldre~n. The old and middle-aged-and there isconsidersible doubt cohesive and peaceful Riternally
are saw In comparison. that he will support Dewey, whose than the Democrats.
Government and all concerned silence on important Issues is dila- Another defeat in a presidential '
should do their utmost to build metrically opposed to Willkie's election probably would not con-
strong grownups. There appear manner of speaking out unequivo- statute a threat to the existence of
quite a number of other subject, really on very nearly anything that the party, but the Republicans ..
which, If taught in elesnani, eomes to mind. seem ready to take over the big
schools should make better men job again. If they did, they would .
and women than laboaer. It business Backed almost undoubtedly control Con-
is the regular school hours that gress, something President Roo-
ctu t How willt the children make The strength of the Republicans elt mayneoer aesgain do. oe -.
uip fe. those subjects that sir lost? is till mainly the strength of ft What does the United States face
READER na nce and big business. ihese y aeIf the Republicans come throughT .
San Fernando terms that may easily be used Certainly an effort to change the
Loosely, but it is nevertheless true domestic scene, but there would
S Ethat since William JenningsBan be no large alteration I until peace
',Bus Servic Co mln t first captured the Demcratic ar- came l a nd even then it wou.d be p
The Editor,. "Trinidad Guardian." ty in 9, and very n.-arly ruined unlikely to be as far-reaching- as
P" ..... It in the process, the Republican some people expeot. Dewey's Gov-
There is a scheduled time for the Part has athried its campaign e nent in Nw York State was

1iai n ohsS ritQ a yo1 elcgn s -we a Pitic wg t ter ent in tew Yor.k n tate 'wanhte hvhv n hi i-^aeo w
of nna Bu. Sevient fro B? uetn reulnusigo th oall ...-tnadbae ol e-Pteo n rllao eer,^"te* "
Arm 'Bus Service from Ari to funds fr om American corporate not radically different from that of
i Talparo, and it seems onlv fair thtwalt hntrdial Ofeentrm hto
Irparo n d tsae m onl f emadr t hat e orweal th. o his predecessor, New Dealer Her- Description :-Joseph Baptiste, native of Dominica.
I pnonst h.avellinfrom elquemado, ThisI a device perfected by bert H. Lehman. and Painter. Height: 5' '", Colour:
Mindo Nuevo, sahaiicat and T Slpa- preaident.maker Mark Hanna, who Besides, the Republicans will ba- Medium, Eyes: Brown.
ro to Artma should have the option beat Bryan with the ill-faed limited by what the- public is wil- Last known address 9, fromager
of the 'bus rather than passengers William McKinley, and it has been ling to accept, and they might, if (June 1910).
fromn Brazil who pay for and occu- used extensively ever since. That elected, find it uncomfortable (Sgd) R, N.t '
p a seat to Talparo so that on is not to say that the Democratsnchanging popular legislation affect- Ast. Supaserinp"
iSaturdays and fete days the 'bus is have nc monied support; it Is only ing labour or industry o" natural-D
nearly filed before it reaches here. tbat the G.O.P. has more, resources. However, they would be CONTRAVENTION CONTRo-
I think something should be done Given this support, one bf the likely, under Dewey, to make a
o remedy this long.standing .and basic Republican tenets for the more methcdlcal ap roach to no- OF CUSTOMS NO
tunreasonable state of affairs. Per- past 12 years is that there Is too tonal problems an d compulsory
hap the management could con- much centrallsation in Washington, arbitration of indtustrial disputes LAWS wi
sider a short trip to Braxil on too much Governmental "interfer- and lower taxes on corporate"--=-I 1
Saturday and fete days, thus giv- ence" with business. Business, they bodies are quite predictable. The attention of the public L@other
'ing all psegrs ample time to may, in in some instances being Thaatenton f te pbli i
fix up their business matters, taxed out of existence, it Is being A ys nlyboy Guess drawn to the Defence Exportation L t o W 1
PASSENGE hindered from normal growth. Internationally, It would be quite of V aluables Reulatios of 1940. United St t s

---- I wouldbe reotely ossibe for now hmrelf. 1 whreb no vladbrcletws mayeto beptmeIM l
FTalpro "The Amperican way" has ben de- Impossible for Dewey to dispense the no a uales mh .alyi be
meat notint or ep w ot h he a nd witeonh Cnae. Rw e-sa and
Youro sorted and activities of Govern-with the policy of close co-opera- of $50 without a permit from the '
r ne a o rpt menat not Ie n keeping wuth "the tt ly on with China, Rusisa, ndo r e o Cusn i
Drains Need Repair American spirit" ar e being Insidi- England. Lend-lease would certain- ustoms.Importers w
ThmeEditor. Trinida Guardian." oumly engaged in. ly continue, unless a drastic s- Als o visitors to the Colony are alflotBedrqUotas Il
Permit me space in your news Sectionally, the Republicans have take were made, although DeweyO ....pedtol delaoteiubmit qro
pap"-. to draw Government' s atten- their main strength in the mid- would be much more likely than ts c e i te ba- for the Iampeorta
tion to the deplorable state of thile west and east, and last congres- Roosevelt to end it concrrentl atoms lcther exam i se In thei arl Ing y io -*
-A.$. te -nd o-A .hU wa r in. ...... the C thmv Law In Ht n --* rot ;_ A
drains in thIs district. Quite a lot aep osn elections showed a 'dIstinct with the en t i'a and tha wneener nnd
ll money is spent at St. QuentinRepublican upswing on the Pacific .G.O.P. standard-bearer would per-s possession Rany artices of Jewelrys Uited Sta of TV
on the new drains which were Coast, as well. This lat section is haps be mo,3 suspcious of others and to produce to him any prm ta
oee oetime last year, but normally open country, and may national leaders than is the 're'ti- i~ssued 'o themn for exnorting the In
~eenothing has everr been done to our go in either direction. as may the dent, and more cautiousa same from the place from which infants' Shoes.
main ci'sins at Simonette 8nd Southtwest, because both are coin- It is reasonable to assume, how-I they came. Children's ti1h1!I~
Cemetery, not aven the maintenance rthver y nwstisheenei- ever that his foreign policyr will bel A convi ction was reently ob- M'e G'W
of the drains of this area baa beep thiid party has had a chance to integrated with his domestic policy ., .y.. .. .-,- Mies&,
bidup a tradition. lie is that kind of man. This wa~i tai~ed at the Port-of-S3pain Pcice ins Ginls' ld
attended to. In the South, the Republicans not always true of the 'Rooaewitt- Court against two persons thus-
The result of this is *.hat dttm'ng have no strength at all, sod very Hulcmiain aadad'ie fo rts u- Lcne il be
th ,an esnth oou ln likely never will have until the poll Dewey thus will be obliged to ana who clandestinely introduced
-tattoos are flooded with satgnant tax is everywhere abolished and carry on the President's inter- 'into this Colony, a diamond 'brece-. per cent. of li
water anld the younger plant. are Negroes permitted to vote. For the national policy, by and large, tha i let, the value of which was ac- the United StatS.
damaged. South has never permitted itself more so because the policy is for i cented by the Court at $2,60 and Children'sad
Will Government do something to forget that the war pai'ty in the the most part militarily dictated I which they were fotind endeavour-. Programine S
to help taxpayers in this area ? North during the war between the What he would do at the peace[ ing to sell lcr'ally without p~ymnt,.n catiors for
ROSETTYA JOSE PE States was the Republican Party, table, however, is anybody's gues.s, of Customs duty;. ,-.'t reeht
Cedros beaded by Abrhamai Lncoin. The chances are that he doent Supply Missi~n
-It would be remotely possible for know himself. e The said bracelet was forfeited september, 19414. -,.
IFacts Wanted theyRepublicansaouhr occasionallystt hranto If Dewey. is elected, then, the Ito the Crown and penalties total-tal
carr a Suthrn SatehereandUnited Staten will face a destine, ling $7,590 imposed on tile two de- Quctas not tk1
The ittr. Tr~ida Gurdin."thee, ut nlyin ase ofextemebut not all-embracing awing to thie fendants. An appeal is pending Augutst, 1944.,~l
Your editorial of last Sturday disaffection among Democrats. right. This sWinlg may be large,' .s-ainst. the convicticn of the L
re suppresson 0t report by Go,- Southern Democrats are unhappy ly postponed until the war is ovetn hsbmans. Secretal,a
eminent on the Lep~roaaitum dis- at the moment, but they are benlf It may be largely precluded by the 'strst h Colony. .. are
turbanee of some months i~t is appeased, and President Roosevol steongth of such pressure groups w alrns d tha theexrme peonay Olaosrefc
much to he commended. I thik it a master poltitcian will hardly let as labour or war "veternL warnd dta h xrm eat i otOC'
is time that Government gave us a any of them get away, it may be that the Republican's of the law will be invoked against 7. nqt. Vincent
clear-cut statement about the un- John 1.. Lewis, considered by would find it Imoracticable, it not them if they are found contra- P~ort~of-.imm. '. .
easiness of the realdents of t~hie some the Mephistopheles of the Impossible, to rip apart a fabric --fyi: there are othe arthe arh .- *
institution. American Labour movement, is of Government built up durn-' venitnr the Customs Laws. Il1th Agullt, Is'.
I hope the Non'ble ROy Josph historically and avowedly a Repub- three terms a t crtia -and .........
will press Government th ic*|lan. He mu ported ]Roosevelt in history mabiap o al\ T A SP R EMERGENCY q
painted, facts of the iihvestigation 12..3. and. 193. but swung back to TRAN POR

committee. wtimkte in ,n9U0.
I am told, with what truth Frequently mentioned I sa the e a d -
I know not, that the Vlersntage as a possible Republican 8.-cretary U.S. r n dy
of Inmates of the Leprosarium of Labour, he will probably put Losse 11 673 T 5t s ) T
which is getting worse, is very himself and the United Minet t tyre o andTubes are now tuted tow Mtohl
high. We would like to ,hfr the Workers behind Dewey, although *t gossstrict obervaton of the raes ntlaiddown the ./Ofl$
Medical Superintendent say some- Isl unlikely, to say the least, that WASHINGTON, Au. 1T (P.- tat convicton for a breach ofed.or these R.
thing about this. he will draw any official notice AmericAn losses in the Normandy result in the forfeiture of all tyres and tub tm
RXADU9 from the Repubtlieas, before or af- "~w o *'.1*^"* ?""tl h wetr faltrsadtb fl~
ACocorit fo trthe election. o sector of Prance fe-cm the landing convi-ted. These rates were published St Page 2
Cocorit. ter the election.
.The Congress of Induetrial Or- n June to Aurust 4 were l4i.4 4Guardian" of Thursday 1lth AuguSt. -
TO ALxANOA DUMAS. 011 genitiona (CIO) will, of cours eiskn, -cwournged and Ir,Jo4
support the President, and t i ng.... .
INhokin, of viM. lo ed ten sathr V American Federation of Labour M I lOy, ting .rerary for War.
PIiiw, Asmc. fto In tat v55 (AFL). will probably endorse net- M7. MtCoy told the Press -.nstt
IOf hron n owned: d eMa DA- thea candidate. Although many of tl erman armies In Normandy August 16, llti4. ; ''
09lu"t 0 nesa fa teulfmis ealu its leaders are Republiean per-i beAueh nst pretty Well lre.
holind nuIStilenPrty el hl
All more my friends Imot theDOm adu sion, the Detmocrats will robilb -in the trap closed them
wornrrne ,and ilovse islivi rsyait'y: 'gtt a better than an even break i alnr Palise and ther seemed o
With member, mor. is noble mi y-- in the AL.. Labour is not so strong little likelihood thiv could sake a .,
iTh. eaiint, ihe (tir, the oieaL tee ifor Roosevelt now as It was Ini 1932 fresh gtiAd anywhere west of the
A.tu or 1936, but It continueso. an Inval.- Seine River. ee e R of -t
ie ieh:y rulil fuable Democratic standby., Mr. Me1y od tthe i invasion f RW M
Mtbtlopieslt i em elyour tile b The main Republican power,3..ot erIn _r e is oiw ego d,.day
Wt, stoat &5 ou ese apart from th, party regu'are, wil, ahd of s ehdult.
Though years slipped by-ilmuertalb hi come from those dissatisfied with He lndIateE that the eoml-
romal"! IJ trl
Th' irnl gee sitW ve Rot Wh? to it niMe tha nwhoWe rt uraanst othe third Ofthiistato r in
NH i.aa tjtaappa~. term and will therefo e ppteesa Itepsive, 4As19be e ils Bel a waa
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tO 0& M OC) MMS #AM 11

SSouth Invasion

IForces Plunge

S 30 Miles Inland
t O iberated fnj, near the river
South, and another place Inland
een behan m itles from the coast.)
went off the There Is yet no vicence of any
i nt nidn general effort by the enemy to hurl
I~a d adid n
atil after a the invaders back. On the basis of
ih a mu- official reports word was brought
tad of the back by fliers that there is so far
New no malng of enemy troops pre-
t Ln paratory to the launching of fierce
^( counteIr-attacks such aS the Oer-
on strike). mant made at Salerno and Anzio
fgsacka whe re p rep d compIete lack of anti-air-
6 f llt craft fire except at Marseilles and
a n 0 to hf-a- Toulon" Tis indicated that the
IArgtan eto hold mans may be pulling back the
Ay for the 1 in- uns which survived the terriftc
trlghl. flight, bombings preceding the landings.
Ots tonight that More American troops and a
wes beyond Pa- great French force are pouring
Stans are with- ashore unmolested by the enemy
town to the aft. attack. Tanks and a big tank
cM, aadan an destroyer were among the equip-
Sfollowtnt up
Seaml points they -. -
0M next important Nazi Forces In South
Ssillitry corres- rUredT D w A
German Mgh Urged To Down Arms
Ot continuing the
U; the cards are ALGIERS, Aug. 29 (Reuter)-
I4. While this re- United Nations radio here
OB d the general broadcast a special message to
Seaitwsrds, Allied the German forces in southern
mi up harassing France today, telling them:
morreapondent says "You are being outwitted and
*Ie had an exel- outfought. Thousands of Allied
something like 38 soldiers are landing and thous-
and 5 00 vehicles hands more will come. Your re-
damaged In the treat routes are being cut by
Allied armies in the north. The
vas disclosed that only safe course left you is to
Madlan army had lay down your arms now."
loeed one six --. -----........-- ....

'r o-FarlaIse ment landed, Vast stores of am-
i rre-sur-Dive munition, food and other supplies
S of the river In- are already ashore. Hospitals and
*"MItal flood oa. many other rear establishments
on-Par road, are already In full operation on
a with half- the beachhead.
ownsI what was The Allied Command announced
the German Iron that the forces who landed on the
beachhead had joined with air-
'ut P-- lnnhed borne forces dropped far inland.
t Planned This likely meant that the Allies
"D-Day" are in possession of Inland com-
-. munications lines which the para-
| LONG chutists had been assigned to
B ,ADQUARTER block. Thus, these lines could be
Force, Aug. used henceforth for speedily push-
Amercan Third ing troops and supplies into the
lt to the Seine drive to the north.
German army The astonishing early success of
emr region. the invasion Is due, in a large
', lts before "D- measure, to the Allies' complete
Saying tables of air supremacy. The Germans sent
iewer and his gen- a few warplanes over the battle
SsOUnted heavily on areas and these wero quickly
Sthe field command- driven off by Spitfires and other
fighting grit of the patrolling fighters.
Nothing in the The Allies are far enough inland
SdItsclosed tonight by to establish airfields for tactical
; wa Improvised. Its support of their operations.
AB depended on the I(General Sir Henry Maitland
V the original plan Wilson, the Supreme Commander
< front conditions of the Allied forges in the Medi-
dl did not lt n \ tprazean, yesterday visited the
.ece pltting W lh WtMStr'vi Wlth him was A4-
u4 commonilet miral Sil John Cunningham,
r Montgomery and Commander-in-Chief, Mediterran-
Sdown to General ean]..
Oft sweep since the
.u..t ough, thsVisiting Scientists
Isput the weather- haea&
front at leastod
Location of th Address South Body
taetly the same as
pa the advanced plan, Professor J. L. Simonsen, Direc-
'9e6 it is not much tor of Research of the Colonial
Products Research Council, and
it Information was Sir Robert Robinson, Wayne Fleet
has supposed to be Professor of Organic Chemicals at
Between Argentan Oxford University, who In also a
I htead of from member of the Research Council,
lan where It fin- were the guest speaker. at the 75th
General meeting of the Trinidad
4that the plan called branch of the Institute of Petro-
L supporting av'ep leum which was held at Polnte-a-
lalse pocket and Pierre Club on Wednesday evening
stt General Elsen- at 8.30 o'clock.
Mted on the initial The chairman of the Institute
the destruction of (Trinidad branch), Mr H. C. H.
Mth Army. The Thomas, was in the chair, sup-
it obvlcusly fooled, ported by the honorary secretary,
that the new drive Dr. Frank Morton. and there were
d a complete Al- about 300 people present, including
BUt in the past members of the Institute, their
-little ll'elihood that wives, friends, and a number of
V e .tyed to fight "guests from the oilflelds in tWe
did In the Falaise South.
rly would have The speakers were introduced
B which they left by the chairman and both gave
hi h bey w very Interesting Informal talks.
Ps between professor Simonsen described the
ARPOA' alms and objects of the Colonial
Products Research Council andM
Mot T Sir Robert Robinson talked about
_ Caia some of the latest developments of
Capital modern science. The meeting was
then thrown open for discussion
SAug. 17 (Al.t .- and both speakers answered ques-
O'vernment through tions.
X", declared that it The proceedings came to a close
"itropriate Argen. at 10.30 when the chairmi n
5pltal invested in thanked both the speakers for a
through nego- very Interesting and instructive
2Slegal processes. evening.
HW issued after a ---'__ *---_---
ise entire Cabinet SI HENRtY WOOD ILL
m"ls Morning, add- LONDON, Aug. 17 (Router) -
W unilateral pr-- Sir Henry Wood. famous British
R0 ton therewith conductor Is ilL. Sir Henry is 15
b $ .bsolWtely un- and his health Is reported to be
nunIucement, how- not free from anxiety. He is at-
otr to any specific tended bv Lord Harder, the Kingf's
*^- ~ physician.








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Soviets Take

War To Reich

After 30 Years
The Soviet communique said
that large forces of enemy Infan-
try ed tanks were thrown
against the Russians, northwest
and southwest of Slaullal, In
northern Lithuania, and severe
battles were' fought against this
Nazi counter-offensive. It added
that during the fighting severe
losses were inflicted on the
enemy in men and material.
To the north In a lunge across
the Most Prussia frontier, north-
west of Martampole in Lithuania,
Russian troops captured more than
30 inhabited localities. In the
suburbs of Warsaw, east of
Praga, the Russians successfully
beat off attacks by enemy In-
fantry and tanks. To the east and
northeast of fandomlerz where
fighting was reported in the
streets on Wednesday, Red troops
battled for an enlargement of
their bridgehead on the west bank
of the Vistula River.
During August 16 on all sectors
of the front, Soviet troops des-
troyed 200 German tanks and
shot down 63 'planes.
Moscow's offensive spirit of con-
fidence was reported undaunted by
that and a series of other
counter-attacks along widely
separated parts of the front, but
the last week has brought an
undeniable slowing down of the
greatly extended Russian armies.
ut those armies --all 11 of them--
had begun to slow down before
the current Nazi counter-attacks
appeared In Moscow's communi-
ques, and this sag could easily be
part of a plan to build up for-
ward bases before resuming in an
offensive way.
Most striking battles In the
offing are for the destruction of
Hitler's stranded Baltic forces for
East Prussia. Warsaw and Kra-
kow. The Germans reported that
Russian offensive forces were.
again on the move Just east of
the East Prussian border, in the
vicinity where some major Ger-
man counter-thrusts have Just
petered out.
In the north around Riga, the
Soviets continued a series of back
filling and swirling moves, de-
signed to split up the major
Germaun concentrations and cap-
ture them one by one, in a
manner which has become classic
for the Russians, since hey
ita*id -%Wther u backI
more than a vear $so.
London-Polish informants re-
orted that the situation Inside
araaw-where the Polish Home
Army Is fighting alone-is some-
what improved, but with heavy
ghttng still raging in the centre
f the city.

Nazis Believed Moving
Submarines To Norway
NEW YORK, Aug. 17 fAP).-
The Office of War InformatiOn re-
ported today that the Swedish
newspaper "Svenska Dabl'.-'et"
sa'1 the Germaps are believed tO
be transferring their submarines
in western French bases to Nar-
way. It added "various signs Indi-
cate that the last stage of the wa:.
will increase activities along the
Norwegian coast."

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August, 1944
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r'AURINIDAD.RCHA of the one
Wednesday, 30th
August, 1944
PUBLIC NOTIVE Is hereby given

h na by order of ARLINGTON
rcse of the Powther of Sall be con-

apfrsaeb Public AUCUon at
erred Auction mortgagees by there
onveyancteng Ordinance ans ofd eon-
alne and< Implied in Mortgae
nI of Sale dated Ath June, 142
Keg. No. 34g5 of 1943. made be- -
art and the said ARLINOTON

he that er part, there will be put
p for ale tt by 2lic Auction at

rmin tree with a kitchen
mt~.leasur ing I feet by 12
ra anda a larlftr ale theretoat,
Mched 45 0t et yt
kt s tuttg on wooden anIl
he Auction Mart of the under-th'B.,T.

pauys thesoid buildings covered
gred at Ba. uHarris Prtmenade
nea,. C"rt Housl. in the Wan
L, between the hours of T and.
uu., on WEDNESDAY. 30th
Ai that certain wooden tenement
>e~rorti[ g feet by 20 feet. corn-
1001155e rom wIth a kitchen

itached measurtn a feet by 1Au,
(et and a parlouM also thereto at-
behedl measuring feet b
tot standing on wooden lfflan
Sland of the UDOT. Corn-
By, the said buildings covered
Ith ied fet situtel atQande
mop. Pait P Turno In the Ward
SLa 3me, In the Island of Trial-
Dated this l4th day of August,
(Sgd.) M. H. SHAH,


Woman Commando
Raided Cap Negr
ROMI. Aug. 17 (P)--oniy
woman CmaNMAdo In the world
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the attack r Tmeneh CoS n
mandos oi dp Neps, wtich
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aouUtrn ranc.e announced as
i "ulunderstoad she was a
Frs& widow whose husband
w killed by V Oermanm ami
was persuaded by French Corn-
mandos to Join uP toaven
him, There were aso two r-
tish nurses in the landing party
at CIap Negre.

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Record Entry Of 74 Horses

For Arima Fouir-Day Races
A record number of 74 hamors b-S taken entry for the Arims four-
day raom t open on Saturft, bptember 2.
GleM R High Hat l= *wa ......i..g
n oticeable a a tR o w ina Spanker Pt Maray; WhIttwtI ad.
but Ua'= OaM ll: D Ii.,~rUS
buA e MUNICIPAh. ANDICA.- 4 uri.---lane
]ka wtl be b or totheIaA' "A": tpee iTr"a* ,RoslyrPlying;
ot b>t-wn r opm l wa .. PIppIN: EpthbttI: Brom Brad : Kins.
Tora w ie bei 1 two-ymarel s Way. Evenini Stir; Sunshaft; aN
geo hoaeurl l I the XWW Tafftart.
I~iltaetll . 47 T 4ALVARY HANDICAP furs-COni
5*"t ,,.Iy. n "*V-: captain: General: I~lost;
S wore 9OlS stairs: Whiltotable; AnOeMa: Trn;
= estrus wee M f Crnival; Stnlstira; Hiawy a Days.
a 01'" cl anherm fo GUANAPO HANDICAP $ fur. -C!Ia
the A. R. C. takes ever 11 fur- "C": ipeed Track: Poarly ltlow:I Lap
"Bgfor Ah W clam animal.tear: ; Really Flying; scar; amwn
n Isa N O full Sisterr t oRas Til- ad:orerunnir; Orenwood.
is hf t ur t JF0 4Uo TH DAY--StPTEMSSn 1(
faITr the favourit t r t he ves. ADIE HANDICAP--a tuM-CInA
Jetal. favor for e the "DD": Colonial; Leap Tear; Solitaire:
cember Dewtby, has taoke entr. Whitlable: Anemone: Carnival:
FInIy .AX-41PT.aNMgI H a hItreamiline: Skylark; HarveMt Moon;
CMLOk m An1T S "A -* Happy Days,
MAIDWt: Natr LOAk; Cliwli; Try COCORIT HANDICAP-~ fun --Ca..
AgalS; IaYteON; coMlita; 1ewer "": Sua'r Girl; Capta; iniblaue;
amr: PUmines; Expernet; 'lfln ily fO fthe Knight: RaMwoind: meony
taker; Spftk Zaumy; Tlrie; I- Be- broke: siunray: omniy Jim: Tom:
Wied; Valentine; Pittrti;a, Whkiwind; lMiden'S t'holet: Springime, Pair'v
ISbmn. Queen: Iron Cross; Prima Donna,
ANTA ItO. TA1EK.- 4 ere.-"D" Coroneila: Aehilles: I.lmlight; Nep-
cela: Colmalal; L48p Tea; Y olin"ait. tunep SanacM: Mannen.
AoMe*. CaoilvSl; StramIUme; lar. SANTA ROSA HANDICAP--. furnt. -Clai
velt Moen: mN y Deys. "A": oBan Amls; Pearly Glow; Pippin:
ISAVANNAH STAKES--I turo.--"p' Ciles- Sarva: gpinatle: Forerunner; Evening
Sugar Girl; OCptats; Niblircu; Uly Star: Nunehaft: Ra TtTffare
of the Knight: Rosmweod Tonyy Make.; O'MEARA HANDICAP tfurs Cla "c".
usAn ly; Satny Jim; Torn; Maldm'sl; Speed Track; Reaily Flying: Sarvae
Choice; Springtime;: Fairy Quen: Polltaire: Brown Bread, Forerunner,
Tranamltter; Prima Donna; Cormeiella; KDli.way: (reenw'iod.
Aehlllos: Neptune; Saracen: Menneni. STAND HANtICAP S fin Cle 'I".
ARIMA STAKS-S turn.-Class "C": Hard LAck: Cinderella: Pleton; Flow.
Jetsam; Pearly Glow; scarva; rowsn er Girl; WtLrtime; Patriciat;: Slvtt
rcadi, Forerunlr.lr; (renwd. Nativel; Iron Cross: Experlnment rFly-
VIRITORI' STAKB8-- fur. --Clea "(1":. Ing Spenker; Speak Easiy: Whirlwild.
Plcton: Flower Girl; Silver Natlive;: Darling,
Iron Cros; Expertment; rlying pan- MATIItRITA HANDICAP S fre.--ClasM
ker; Speak iMar; Darling. ">D"; Ceptain; HIbi-u;: Lep Tyear.
A.R.C. BTAKIS-lI ( fur.-Cla-. "A": Snllalre, WhittAbleh; Slnmy Brokle:
Speed Track; Really Ilytlg; Pipple; Anemone: Tom, Tranmiltter; Carni-
Knlgeway, Sunshaft; isrn ; aMiM- val: Achilles: Paracoen: Happy Daye.
nen; Ras Taffaren. FINAL HANDICAP S fliure '.l "A'".
ST. JUDIE'8 BTAKES--I furs. -"." 91'0s; Speed Trark; Pearly (lonw Really
Sahlb; sugar Girl; Captain; leap Fltur: Pippin: eplnette;: ltrwit Bread,
Year, Whilitstable: Rosewood:; Ane- XKiawav Rvening Star; sunehatl,
money : Tono;: Streamline; Skylark; Rae Tafflre.
Chinkara;, Areren. Mennen.---- --
MEIMBERS BTAKESB-$ (ur-.-CIat '": .1
Pearly (low: Really Flying; Pilppin; V 1
Secarva; e pilnett; Brown Brld; Foret. M ape eat
runner. Xingway. vila g Star
Bunhant; Oreenwood. C a l 1
NURSERY tTAKES -5 ftur.--Nursery:
Easier Joy; Marystone; Decision; V s 2-1
B ell H op ; T y'ron :; V alentine ; 1M e .- ....
chanter; Patricia;. Timoshenko; Lime- Maple handed out a 2-1 drubbing
light.to Casuals I '
FORT READ STAKES.- lfure.- Clapto Casuals vcstldv ftrnoon In
"1D; ,eap Year, Soltaire; Whit- T.A.FA. first league fixture nn the
table; Anemone; Crnivl; Streamline;, Association ground and remained In
Happy Days. the "first five."
MAUSICA M TAKS--6 turs.--Claee ";":. It was a thrilling finlsh. Maple
Hard Luck; Cinderella; Petton; Flower
Girl; Wartime; Patience: Silver Na- had banged home a goal in each
tive. iron cross. Experiment; lnylng half, end looked like easy winners,
Spanker; Fpeak Easy; Whirlwind; when In the dying stages of the
Darling. game, Casuals got a goal and set
DE (IANNE MUMORIAL STAKES-S an all-out offensive In an effort for
lure. Class "A": Partot';s Bob Amrl;
Really Flying., Pppla; ilnatte; Klau- the equaliser.
way; Evening itar; Sunamhtt; In" Tim Joseph scored the lone goal
Taifarn. of the first half is a result, of bril-
TARINMA STAKES-$ fSiur.-.1aaa "c"; lint pla)' by Phil Douglin, and
Speed Track. Pearly Glow; R-ly Maple was one up at half time.
Flying; sollitalre; Brown Broed; An- D n had n a ma nn
mr nt: Forerunner; Greenwood. Douglin headed in a smart Sonny
MAAINAR STAKES- fure.- -Cla. *"r': de Silva centre to score Maple's
suger Girl; Captain; Miblacus; IAly second goal.
of ithe Knlgh'; Stony Broke; unrray; tve mnitines to fIll lime Victor
Tom. Fairy Queen: Transmitter; Stollnmever bat Hilgh SRealvy with a
Prima Donna; Achilles; Neptune; D- 'obeautl;t l shot from touch i1le oU
ling? paeraren; Menns".
THIRD DAY-..tEPTMaSR the left wing.
STEWARDS HANDICAP--- lure. -Clas s r. H. Burnett refeireed.
"A"; Boo AnMi: Pearly Glow; ear- -----
va; epliettl; Brown Bretd; por- TODAY' MATC(HER
runner: Kingeway. Evening Star; Sorting hlh v, St. Mary's.
unhatt; Ita Teilr. ting u v St. Mary,
PIARCO HANDICAP--I fun.-CsIa "r'; Maple v. Q.R.C.
Muger Girl; Captain: Hlblicu;: Lily -
of the Knight; Rowwood; Stoneyn GOLF DRAW TODAY
Broke; Sunray's ; 0eon Jim; TFr; The draw for golf competition In
Queen: Tran's(hter prima, Dnena aid of the St. Dunstan's has been
Coronelia; Achll.ee; *tCss; Season; postponed until this evening at 6
MWnen. O'clock.
NuRm YMANDICAP--t 5U8"-R.* Mmb are u asked to enter ther
a er Joy: MaetryMon: SO names in support o this wo rthy
rolita; Hall Hop: Tyrone'YalmUne S
finanTmeri; Patricia; 'inegomBmio; cause.
AVENUE HANDICAP 5 lure.- Cle "O" e -
Hard Luck; Cindarella; Try Again:; The Progres
Pirton. nower Girl; Patience; Bilvor The Progrss Agency
Native; Iron Cro; Exlerlmnt; Fly- Miun and Cammlsidls
-- ---- ~Agents
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11A ae a JU d of HIS E0ellency OW AAttGM
Z 811Zr t AM TC emiay even"ng. Tin Prinee
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a W3O B g x r a* wifte itRb meollem the Acting o '-
s- thu t s.cm1f hc at a ll party gw
f n-K K. oum ulSad at the Qu9en's Ow no O,
:,,~~a nlat. at whih HIS n e.21cy W was aso prefint.
Sug we of the ote went on to the dance at the Trinidad
*eb fb m fterw&uS. Mrs. do Comalm looked lOW oI In a
pluS cotal s~own, the colour ot w hph contrasted with herprtre
Um. WAilde Comarmond, also in blue, looked mot att r.
S AMm hrosae invited were Rear-Admiral 0. M. Read,,' rdie-
Mm. Mr. roberts-Wray, the Chief Justice and MrM
fSt dward Cunard. Capt. Harding Clark, Commander and
Wltt the Hon'ble I 0. Protheroe (Attorney-General of
=t Guaa), the Hon'ble A. R. Cools-Lartigue (Attorney-Otneral
Softhe=Windward Islinds). the Hon'ble S. Fr. Oa i (Attorney-Otn-
Sil of the Leeward Islands). Mr. and Mrs. Claud H all Jnr.
* and Mrs. Ken Mackenzie., Mon. and Mrme. Gaat, Mr.
r, s Ronald Malngot. Ueut. Lisle, Wing-.omnmander A.
sL Wing-commlnder letcher, ULieut. Jenkins, Mr. nd Mrs.
Un cdic. Miss s nA e Leacaloupe, Mr. and Mrs. Mon mery
da Major Chalqes "[ebsy, Colonel a.nd Mrs. e.,-'-o--
S d Mrs. H. C. Arner. Mr.and Mrs. Grey, Sir Lennox
Lady O'Reilly Mrs. Robert Apon Mr. and Mr. Pierre,
oMrs. Henry Salvatoor, Mrs. Milne, Mr. W. C. White.
Capt.and MrsOlasahler, Mrs. C. A. Boos and Miss Olga Boos;uMr.
Jutce Hallinan and Mrs. Halllnsl, the Hon'ble Errol don Santos
and rs. dos Santos. Major and Mrs. Freddie Greenwood, Lieut.-
aMin#JWdr Trotter. Commodore and Mrs. P. E. phillips, Mrs. W. J.
Antt,C o"p. Bowman and many others.
Ma'. JOSE do MONTRRUN, accompanied by his prLtty daughter,
& Mis Margaret de Montbrun. retulMed by air from Canada on
Wednesday. Mist de Montbrun, who was a student at Loretto Abbey,
recently graduated.
"Mr. deMontbrun told me that Mr. Rex Stollmeyer, the Trade
OoMMnnloner for the West Indies in Canada, and his assistant, Mr.
Randall Dumoret, are doing exceUlent work for ,this Colony and the
ether islands for besides doing, everything possible to increase trade
hetwee Canada and the British West Indies, hey give all the help
and advice they can to our boys in the armed forces In Canada.
0 *
HI FRIENDS Ill be glad to learn that Mr. Cecil Milne, who
broke his' arm while pta','tn-, football at Polnte-a-Pierre three
weeks ago, Is Improving although the arm Is still In a plaster cast.
MR. TED WOLFE and MR GEORGE HIOGINS, of Pointe-a-Pierre,
.v had a party at their bungalow on Saturday night last to celebrate
W birthdays, which both fell At the end of last week.
They had an iced birthday rake which had been made for them
h Mrs. Arnold, the popular manageres of No. I Mess, and they cut
It together. A buffett supprr was served and there were radio ml'sic
Sod gaimues tor the amusement of the guests, who stayed until after
Those present Included Miss Dorothy Miller, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Co0k, Mr. Dave Cook, Miss Gwen Haines. Mr. George Tirland, Mr.
,d Mrs. Allstair Clark, Mr. and Mrs. John leerhman, Mr. Ken
Br1 Mr. W. M. Callender and Mr. H. P. Falrbairn.
RAT PACKER, of Polnte-a-Plerre, had sar after-dinner part'
St hit sbtugalow on Saturday night last. in honour of his fiancee's
0thir., MrS. Fred Niohols, whio Is spending a holiday In Trinidad,
MMO WUa provided for the amusement of the guests. and liter in
the evening some of them went on to pointe-a-Pierre Club, where a
dance was In progress.
Among those present, tn Additlon to 'he fu'sf of hInooi', ,'Were\
30A Margaret Nicholls. Mr and Mrs. Charles Rav. Mr. and Mrg.
eowe Itoute. Mr, Geffrey Hillte, Mi.ss Ca 11 (.Iondin, Mr. ./immy
BllW Mis Stella Ray, Mr, and ,Mra. Noel ID'Abad!e, Mi.* Audra
3Mis nd Miss lvia Drirke.
1 fnd MRS. RUDIE ROST'ANT, (of ,'orept esri ",. :eft Trinidad
S by 'plane on Sunday last to go to New York aflT Montr"al on a
three months' holidav trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Rn. '. Chenai:. Alith 'h, '- ihree p h ,iren. alN,, left
TA Reserve on Sundav in go *o the 1' *4 ,.. nieTiers ofk Mr.
Obeult's family. Th'y '. ar" cu r : I T.'

TWORMAL darrinz a' v\spei~ inm .Ci I I'm ', music ip-
S plied b v Mr. A!.-; ; 'he F '.i whi : ,i- p'"e .;ni Siunday even-
iNg ls;t wa.i asiwn i t gr* !, ;''ir.,
Among th.ee pr.'r?-t are ior d Mr' Trt. K:(ngh. Mr. Cyril de
CkBBW. Mi (dr)ft P.-lleT rv. M.w- Pa' R,)kv'. Mr and Mrs. Al'an
Wt, Mre. m Jckson 1,'% ;is, Terea Iiano'. Mr. Sonnv eale, Mr.
*Iudy" Ache, Mr. and Mrs. Pat DaMle. Mrs., L C C. Hobson, /tt.
$,J4t Stetford, Mr. "Bug" Aleyne, Mr. Rex Boon and Mr.

Ul LNO W de MONTBRLN, who left Triiudad a short time ago
S' (O OUda. where he will live. hais joined the exporting firm
it Pan Americatn Salm. Ltd. of Montreal. He ma- be a frequent
M r to Trinidad. a< thl l'!Qamn IA Included In 'he Itinerary of
OBttrl Amereric srod the WS't Indlie,
His lre and!l 'areiv ai r ,'"* v.n !no ioln hti;m In Montreal
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For Reference In. Future

thUe b on a Vak e o o iF m C* -
be add~ Vlbwe u htJ t
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and 6hd w d .--l ad .
tt o7=- r- u u t W
hands over ter e ertat o sign .all -, ,..
aopn h2 een washed n o ff .IOU Jm ma.nryrss.
A moderate quantity of fat (buit- ___m at awab
ter, etc.) is essential to a whole- _o-.gteg wtllof t rse
some beauty diet. Eat somc even U = at c se there 2 htSeversu
you are sli2ming. ^.yi 2M
wri air exerc isesnever can be o0ne best Waeo'su*has th
taken to excess providing the body's course she has chosen.
heat Yn protected by clothing. You
*' lacoldDurham's orchestra, the IMy Crowd
can get an excess of m or cold ong fter m %i when
unless you dress properlyf" 1"0tT.l~~ 1*1
Mix a littl tchen altwith your t party broke up._l
cleansing cream twice a week and
use It gentlyas a massage to re- .. "L ..
move any dried flakes of skin. cleanCo n a ke s
off with tissue and a bit of &In CMr. Ca k
tonic. A re
If you darken your eyebrows with D Ii
a pencil, follow the bone structure re A ,l,-C, ,u I
of your eye pocket for a pefect corn cakes are really Idelciou
arch, s and are so easy to make -
Busy girls who do not get home Take a bowl andut inacupor
for meals should carry a toothbrushI two of co& neal. Thn add enouh
in their handbag plus a small can milk to make a&` tilel ttr=,&and
of half salt, half soda. After each the .n ,ac ^o.fnchs of sa ,
meal the teeth should be brushed. am couple of- piches i of sI
meal the teeth should be bruised. some left over bacon fat, maybe i
New llpstick should never be put couple of tablespoonsful. m *ore or
over old-nor should one brand of less as your fancy"Indicates, or some
lipstick be applied over another. butter. e, or o
Before refreshing lip colour wipe b, on a greased griddle, pour,
off all old lipsUck. Start fresh. a tablespoonful or two at a time to I
According to one glamorous Hol- bake corn caketo a golden brown.
lywood actress, the way to apply (Some people have to add baking
perfume is after a bath on thigh, powder, in which event, a teaspoon-
tummy and chest. The heat of the ful or two doe not'seemto do I
body makes perfume seem twice as -uchha. )
potent. Perfume Is often wasted on --- __
air if applied to ears. neck and -
hairline. Daily Diary I

'Canteen Fore' Tomorrow TOMORROW
Southerners keep tomorrow Week-end dance at Trinidad "
Southrnera.-- eep trrmr ow untry Club.I
evening, August 19 free for a Iu-enr danclub ..........
very special evening at the Allied Cl, d ance at Pe ve
Seamen's Canteen, San Fernando. 'Dance at the Portuguese Clubh=
'Canteen Fare," an entertain- Q*P. East,. i
meant arranged by Mrs. Geo. S. Lecture at Parvenu Club. Arima ,I
Swann, wil; be worth a visit. There by Mr. C. A. Thomaso on "A sense i
will be a very varied programme. of values In relation to the Indlvi-,
Admision charge is only 36 cents, dual," 8 p.m.
The protit.s wiil be paid in to "Canteen Fair," Allied Seamen's-
the Seamen's Canteen Fund. Canteen, San Fernando. 5

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Rd-mmenion .. 10,W
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9,d t788.779
$5Mof 8 .4507
r 5563 of
$I tinelud-
stores and
rose mdre
tom and Ex-
$ $12,810.3 9 or
Sof 1942. Re-
duties were
'the 1942 figures
duties on rum
time in- ten
percentage of our
LI with the United
i cent as compared
Canada and 14.20
and Northern
Share has been
Sb Impact of war
S.939 when It was
nd Northern Ire-
Still hold top place
trade. They tookt
l43 as compared
'942 and 55.5 in the
S The United
Super cent and her
) rising steadily
|nm it was only 4.8
Itrde with Canada
V ;g rapidly since
Dominion took 29.8
M3* he took 13.6
. only 5.6 per cent.
tthe British West
Wad other British
pcludinig British Gui-
tlrenfd is disclosed
That while our ex-
1 been falling since
lte of ships' stores
Supplied has been
ures follow :-
7 Total Ships'
fi ees 9'ores, etc
1677 $ 4,253,087
).026 9,018,431
8i08 20,610,895
i4,876 25,4B1,992
996 35,239,139
1,292,883 30,737,891

17 (Reuter)-
must take the
jekng to .nd the
for the initiative
come from India,
S week's "Specta-
I tor under the
I'who has recently
declares that "it
:to use our best wis-
to bringing In-
tck to the plane of
M-nonsense. We are
eed in doing this
MMating our offer of
mand calling upon the
Sto get together and
institution. We must
gg~, er.
heme there was a
C un a constitution
hc.litiles should
Should be more con-
Srestoration of good
thann the announce-
eresentative confer-
e-lines was to be
or Immediately, and
eat would do
jIts powers nr t facili-
Wihlle in no way seek-
S:or bias it. I would
Should be set to the
which it would be
Ih the work."

l3the Colony on Wed-
ri& from a successful
In tour was Zerite,
lMernational reputation,
I outstanding inter-
tal and African, es-
SOf Trinidad, Zerite
1s Mrs. Beryl Busby
Sof Senor de MartL
lpanish tenor now
field in Mexico.
j London, Zerite has
i nterpretative dance
9c iess n Paris, Den-
ad, Italy, Portugal,
fulfilling engage-
tt at the outbreak
t Immediately for
'her concert field.
n-American tour
tatanding success
Buenos Aires and
and the public
her lithesome grace
of technique.
forea short stay
|-!fore proceeding to
table arrangements
i will give a recital

imns' Fund
Wm Couneillor H. 0. B.
Bj Mayor, with a do-
#S from the Charity
Personal contribution
St8rY Street Fire
.Und stood at $130
yesterday. Balance
Up the total was
S the Trinidad La-

Arab Union

Plan Raises

By Reuter's Special Correspondent
JERUSALEM. Avg 16.-- Wide-
spread controversy has been aroused
throughout the Arab world over the
publication of an eight-point plan
for Arab federation attributed to
General Nurles Said., former Prime
Minister of Iraq. in consultation
with Sukri Kouatly, the Syrian
Palestine Arabs cannot under-
stand why the plan which is said
to have been conceived by eminent
Arab statesmen and was susceptible
of suitable amendments should be
rejected outright.
The Jaffa Arabic daily newspaper
"Ad Diffaa" says this need not be
regarded as waning Interest in
greater Syria or its future on the
part of the GovernmenWs of Iraq,
S.,ria. Lebanon and Trans-Jordan.
Any' scheme or solution of prob-
lems should be discussed at a fed-
aration conference. Whatever is
reported before the conference is
convened is liable to be denied.
The English daily. "Palestine
Post." In a leading article com-
menting on the rejections of the
plan in Cairo. Baghdad. Iraq and
Damascus. remarks that there
seerrs to be unity about what is
not wanted, though whether there
is similar unity Rbout what is
wanted may be doubted. Judging by
the difficulties which have lately
been adminited.
T'e newspaper adds: "Each of
the countries concerned speaks of
its desire for political, economic
and cultural accord, but each is
careful to demand respect for Its
complete independence. How the
first can be reached without some
loss of the second, is not explained
and obs''vers will see in the for-
cible Cairo comments and In the
reiteration by Syria and Lebanon
of their claims for separate indepen-
dent existence that bot have
ground for believing that the
struggle for power is being carried
onil among the large" units of the
Arab world and is the reason for
the continued delay In calling the

Red Cross Drive
Aids Invasion Fund

South Red Cross members, con-
tinning their special Invasion Fund
cirive, turned in a total of $4.490.64
during last month. Outstanding
sk'cccss ui her Invasion party held
at Pointe-a-Plerre Club enabled
Mrs. Gladys Chambers to give the
lunid a boost of $3,200.
Hobaon collertlon boxs $4.06;: Mrs. L.
0. Urich proceed of Pound Day by
W.V.. $1l.3 : Mrs. 1. Wharton--collter-
tioni at Cannting's Tea Room $4.42, Mias
I Farnruer-donat ion 3; Miss 1., Glll-don-
ation $1.48; Mr. A. J. Bernard, Prinreea
Tows DLatte aahl-umimailma p; e t-
P.W.D., San Fernando $10.5G. Apes Club
No. I--donation $250; Mrs. L. C. C. Hob-
son-Cinema Show $200.58; ite. Madeleine
Club Dance $383.38; Mrs. H. C. Banks-
collections at Polnte-a-PtlFrre asI follows:
Tea sld at Oxley Cup Competltlon $36.45;
Pointe-a-Plerra Work P."ty $230; Sale of
Coffee to Work Party $9.S2; Fncy Dress
football math $60.78; Mrs. Oladys Cham-
bers- proceeds from Invasion party at
Poinle-a-Pierre Club $3.2,00; Mr. 1. Whar-
Iun collections at Oanninsa Tea Room
$5;. Mr. R. Dieffenthalter, Chairman, Ban
Fernando District Committee $680; Mrs. L.
C. C. Hobson -collection boxes $3.54.
Tlotal. $4,49064.
Ron sale of uriforma, etc. $16 96; Sale of
ptcturea $1.20. Total: (18.16.
Puerto Rican Unit's
Whereabouts A Secret
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (AP) -
The Puerto Rican C5th Infantry
Regiment's whereabouts cannot be
revealed. A war department
spokesman said: "The department
does not disclose the identity of
units in any theatre of opera-
It is known that the outfit fin-
ished training in the United States
early this year. The Puerto Rican
unit was also jung:e-traincd In
Panama where It was stationed for
more than a year.
The City Council's General Purpo-
ses committee meeting fixed for yes-
terday afternoon was postponed to
enable members to attend the fun-
eral of Mrs. Reynold Wilson, wife
of the acting second assistant en-
gineer of the Corporation.
The meeting takes place this
morning at 8.30 o'clock.
Port-of-Spain branch of the Civil
Service Association will hold a
meeting in St. John's Hall at 4.30
o'clock this afternoon.

House built of Stone con-
taining 6 Rooms, Lavatory,
Storeroom. Open Gallery,
Bath, Kitchen, Servants
Room and Watch House.
Very Healthy Good Fishing
and Sea Bothing.
Petite Calvigmy
on Mainlad
Ten minutes by boat from
Island. Suitable for rearin
stock, etc.
For Particulars Apply to
P A. F. MocLeod,
St. Mart's Grenada.a

In Training

lil4 E m a

Now completing training In
England Is Private Angus F. LAwe.
well-known in Port-of-Spain and
in San Fernande. Bern in Can-
ada, Private Lowe came to Trin-
Idad' as a child, but returned
home In October last when he
was drafted into the army. He Is
now serving with the Canadian
Army somewhere fn England.

Navy Rating

Convicted On

Wallet Clue
James Williams., a naval rating
attached to H.M.S. Benbow, .was
yesterday sentenced to six months'
imprisonment by Mr. A. J. Hamil-
ton an an accusation of stealing
$35 from the house of Reginald
Henry at Kitchener Strect.
Clue leading to the arrest of
Williams, evidence disclosed wIs a
leather wallet, bearing his name
and address, which was found on
the premises.
James Ward, steward at a
Royal Naval camp, was ordered
to pay $40.50 representing fine.
costs and compensation yesterday
when he was convicted of negli-
gent riding by Mr. Hamilton.
Upholding submission of Mr.
H. U. B. Woodirg. cr unsel for
Chin Boll, a provision dealer, that
the charge laid against his clie.it
for failing to have the retail sell-
Ing prices legibly marked on his
goods, was wrongly laid under
the 1ood Control Ordinance, Mr.
W. J. Andre in the First Police
Court yesterday requested the
police to lay a new charge and
adjourned the matter to Septem-
ber 29.
Hilton Turney, described as a
young man with some intelligence
whose curiosity had landed him in
trouble was yesterday convicted by
Mr. Andre of pretending to be a
member of the Police Force, and
ordered to sign a bond in $25 to
come ut for sentence if called
upon within cne year.
Approaching a man who was
standing on Marine Square, Tur-
ney, It was stated, told him that
he was a policeman and had been
watching a certain house which
he, among other persons, had
purpose. Turner then demanded
a dollar from him to allow him to
remain undisturbed in the house.
This conversation was overheard
by Constable Joseph. who marked
a dollar-note and gave it to the
man who In turn handed It to
Denying that he had pretended
to be a policeman, Turney told
the court that he was asked by
the man if he was a policeman
and he told him that he was not.

Tobago To Get
Mobile Cinema

A new $6,000 mobile cinema
ordered bv the Information Office
for Tobago has arrived in Trini-
dad and will be shipped to the
Island-ward in the very near
future, the '"Trinidad Guardian"If
learned yesterday. C . ,

Provision is made for a driver-
operator with' a salary of about
$80 a month.
W.I. Court To Sit
October 3 in B.G.
The "Trinidad Guardian" wtas
officially Ir formed yesterday, that
the sitting of the West Indian
Court of Apoeal, postponed from
last August for want of a auorum
in fixed for October 3 at British

Hotel De Paris

of Businessmen

Situated in the heart
of busy Port-of-Spoin,
it is the' ideal spot for
that refreshing pause.
A Planter's Punch fol-
lowed by a delicious
Lunch.. worth trying!


Hotel De Paris


Our Service Station on the South side of Wright-
Sson Rood is now opei to the public every day
Between the hours of 7.00 a.m. and 9.00 pm.
for the sale of Gosolena end Shell Motor Oil.

Shell Leaserhlds 4,0h1Mt018 4C0. Ltd.

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If you-like so many women be-
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suffer from hot flashes, weak,
tired, nervous feelings, distress of
'Irregularities", are blue at Utimeas
- due to the functional middle ,
age period peculiar to women -
try Lydia E. Ptnkham's Vege-
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Taken regularly Pinkham's tonic effect! Thousands upon
Compound helps build up resist- thousands have reported benefits.
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has what doctors call a stomachic Compound Is worth trying.
Important! Don't accept a substitute for Lydia E. Pinkham's
Veetale Copowd. bIsit M eorigiin aI nd amuM.

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the richest natural sources of the .
^fiaVilamsB B-CoMpltM Take twice
ad dfly h.aff our itoe W l, or e zSa p _. ]o
mashed inl fru I"at jie-, or water. /aE''/

Fleischmann. Yeas



Jolting Purgatives


This Delicious

Natural Food

Crisp, crunchy ALL-MRAN
irelives common cenvilpNs n
0 Hanbi purtiva that 5 yow
sytm into ectin tivenlleftirtb
day only. Used oftdsthbyoeaio4 A
harm, even mrcswetasll.
Common consatipation tI efteI
caused by a lack of "bulk" in your
Sdiet. Kellogg's All-ra, ekten eve,
day,. provides thi" s" "mlk."
W&s ttguw, my cwdbnsitia..
AndtI a crisp, n ey M tuit,
aredM ia o dal ow, you Y l sww
ft ovwa single day. Try K~tsggh
AS-Wran. Get a patam at y"w
peow's today.

a Id Tobago'a total trade in 1943 was $VJ.51l
" b there was an adverse trade balance of $17.-
aeded ezports., according to the 1943 Customs
o d last night




Canada Bid To Boost W.l. Poultry

Post-war Trade Seen Likely Farmers Aid

Expansion of trade in manufactured uch s dry goods, F oodC am p gai l
steel goods, and ichrare, to Trinidad and the West lntiis in genera., ---
will probably be sought by Canadian e:pci:.s after thel war, M:. % Or.anised early this year toen-
.oorage ani maintain interest in
A. Newman, Canadian Trade Comm!isoner here, told the 'Traiidad the b:ce'tnr and rertlng of poul.
Guardian', yesterday. it,.' ". t1 'u n!dad Poultry Atsocla.
u.nesry' s:- I mode valuable
-Mr. Newman pointed oit tha. co.n:ribut,.im nt3the Colony's elf.
during the pre-war decaf'e -!9-'S-3;. .. I .. , ..paf.'.
O illw workers anaa' export to Trinidad& varied! vnit 1:s the strong
w workers roughly m.000,000 to S4,.AX0,00G, suOrort of the Department of Aj-
or approximately 12 per cent cl ric'lt,;rP and en1ov the p.ttronawe
4Trinidald's total imports. i of thp Ron*.le E. 'V. NWharton, tile,
These imports from Canada dur.- Hon'ble Orric Me Nbr;;S, Mr.
Ask Revision Teriodse n qurstio I
'ng 'he rIan IucstLo n-1 Eric I --e ind Mr. A. R. McLeon I
listed largely offoodstuffs Eoil ,'ch A '.n-o-.,riv set o.f rules
Qanada supj~ied betweell ,, st~tting out the alms and ohjecta
O Wage Pact b..oo. =0
O f *1 Pact 2;30 per cent of the to f.t t-' ,t, A~sufaz'lon. and other in.
__ prtatilon. During the same period .o:o a ie. aculars, have ttt.
Canada suppliedonl,.' -_, ) L o 1: 4e[d.
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent of the Inanufactured prodiacLt.j 'h "'lt eI'r of the as-
SAN FERNANDO, Aug. 17.-The Iuc ash n, it/ o "0'^' o*"^ (fflcilTa of the s-'
SAN FERNANDO, Aug. 17.-The such as dry goods, steel goods and is;&re Mt C c .Cm.
OCilfleld Workers' Trade Union has liardware to hinidtad. .r. d ',-:, "e : r" .,.'ItF.)i".
decided to notify the Olifelds Em- With tir',x;ei iLf,'.i r la' r..,... I.ra .....aite, vice-'t
players' Assoclaion of Trinidad tlon of Canada, broug..t about dur- e:.'... rc,. Branche, secretary:,
that It is the general desire of aul ing the war year. sid tle fact, ar held at Teran
categories of workers In the oil In- that und s } ...cond n. ; .s d
dustrythat the conditions and ctr- were very rapid rises in the :xpor
cumstances of the terms of their of manufactured gooCs fiom Can-
emplbyment should be thoroughly ada. so that in 1942 Cainada up-' .
re-examined at the present time. plid 21 per cent of the total nu-
It is reported that Mr. Ralph fractured imports of Trinidad. It s
Mentor, general secretary of the no unlikely, Mr. Newman aaddd,
union, has written to both the Oil- that in thie pust-wt l.ea;s, in-
fields Employers' Association anid creasing emiphasis 'sill be laid hvy
to the Industrial Adviser in Canadian exporters on the sup.pl. i
nection with the unions decision. of manuacturrd.";(oou as it i in
Press release by Mr Mentor In- this n'-ti1,n ,f t a s ie thit if
dicacs that the union's action is reason table i pect htonsid. l
follows acceptance by its general able post-war expan:. ;on as co.-
council last Sundavy of the report pared to pre-%ar ears.
of its wages committee.1On the other handle he cowiinued,!
"The union," states the release. there is e very reass 0 o ielievc
"has agreed to ask the association tlat Intense immigration %%ill taeci
to meet representatives of the Place in Canasa during the post-,
union under thechimnipo
ntheon unduser thermal chairmanship of war period; and with the increasing
the Industrial Adviser in order a"1^o'^ w ^" ^ i^
that the parties should jointly study the past. Canaa sho d offer a n
the situation and in the proper ex net for Wesi r
a.^ o^ b^ r n exadn mie o l^^ es0'. ; Id a ww Your SKIN Of
soirit work out the basis of an od,:ctz
agreed formula aiming at the revi- A srongdandprosperous Canada
sion or modifetion ofthe s therefore, is one of the best hopesSPOTS
wage agreement between the asso- for a healthy Canada-West Indies
elation and the union which was etradehe.oluhded."OON toi" le f a so" e ad hWrp 1
executed in February 1940. tyde e conc. Mak ,yu ki, eia.ar A eih b I
"The heads of the operating wage a-el ts 3Zm-''k ON e ed p=--
I., rn I Workman Gets $369 4"SesSS Se
agreement were first agreed to at l okni " lal e.isa gis h
aJoint conference held at Govern-I W or l red e--za---l-...e-,,
ment House on lJanuary 25, 1940. a-# ba dwia t Me ta4 a *
SjF Oklantd it" Hims a se. SOW by, ii
over which the then Governor,2 14Sir For F inger Injuryt 'o o T Sm m .,
Hubert Young presided." S T Ht
Agreements put O l recm d in
j Tthe Workmen's Compen.ptat ion
Five Injured b y, Mr.r ,iK. Vincen
Five IjuredBrown yesterday, found Leonrmld 7
ACar Hunter accepting $29460 in fuli I-.
As C .r Capsilzes settlement of claim for injuries
Received while employed with l_1:1 __ :1 _7I F]_: 11-oI_ .1_
Five persons were injured on Chaguaramas Terminals Ltd., and
Wednesday afternoon when a Jam(.s Chiarles accep;Ing $'27 also
motor-car in which they were I full setiilemenlt for ijurl, _________
travelling along the Western Main sustained in the course of Ili' ------
Road capsized near the old Caren- employmIent with Woodford Lodge
age Road. Estates.
The victims were. Mr. Eric Hunte suffered limitation of NS does
Gormandy. of 44 Baden Powe'l moiuoeent of all tlh," lnllcrs of R d e
Street; Mrs. Sybil Gormandy, hits the iijiht liard and complete loss. l
wife; Mis.s B. Gormandy, Mr. and of the Index finger. whle Chlat" If,% ALL your wash I
Miss Joan Gormandy, their child- suffered a broken aim Hune
ren: and Victor Skeete. had alreandv received $75 aud
Both the children and Mr. Charles $26.60
Skeete were detained at tlhe Colo-w hit r-e. wt
nial Hospital. City L at &I
Mr. Cormandy and Mrs. Gor- City Landlords Tk t Rin
mandy sustained minor Injuries.
Pay Up Arrears
Transport Hitch Ciy landlords woe properties
were advertised for sale by thie
UpT Mfim City C rporation last Friday for a
Holds Up ayor arrears of rates and charges, have
S been keeping the cashier at the I
The buslness-hollday* trip to Town Hall busy during the week 1
Barbados of Councillor H. 0. B. paying off indebtedness. Mr. Mur-
Woodin, the st ..U ayur, which chison Rigsby, Acting Town r Clerk. There is no need for hard worb=-
was to have been made yesterday told a "Trinidad Guardian' re.- no need for that harmful n llbb.
has been held up through lack of porter yesterday.
transportation facilities. Asked l');iw much money property and beating which wears out the
It is understood that the Mayor owners had paid in since the first clothes so quickly. Rinso does
will leave the Colony as soon as advertisement Mr. Rigsbv said i: the work by itself even in cold
he can get passage, did not know exactly but "the re- work tel evn cold
spcnse is very good.' water. It simply soaks out the
Arima Proprietor Likely dirt, leaving the clothes clesa
To Contest Council Seat S P RO S T ONS ; dazzlingly white and quite lu
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent LIMITED hari ed.
ARIMA. Aug. IS--Mr. F. W. Su- Aetig on behalf of the And Riuw is just wm f/f /r
bero, proprietor, Is reported likely MMtry of Wr Tum rt washab olourds. Simpl
ARIM. Ag. I -M. F W. Su- acting r bealf fT he w i washable coloureds. Simply
to contest election as an independ-. o) t c t argo Steamer Se, fs fabrics / i the fri
cot cuhandidateoucl on the Arima Bor- IIvs, between~ O~Trinidad" -I R5'n U d
cugh Council. Bt 011111 0, 111'1u dso no&
Outgoing Councillors are Mr. _uGin. i
Walter St. Clair Ashby and Mr. Fm ft pa I wast I RNSO-
Victor Herde. t 'onfth" particular l ae Don't A
---- ---contact .littleo*'"'w*,-
Decree absolute was yesterday 31 St. Vincent street, iwi eomy
granted in divorce petition involv- Port-of-Spain
ng Rita de Gale and Richard Tdiephone 6364 a UM. d
i(flPrfl de Gale. . Z

mams4, Doel wait (or the timrne
wbo yoma my seed Sloan'l quickly
-Put a bottle o n r medicare
shefUtoday.$Soas's gos a work on
muscular poise quickly, restores
morias circulation, makes congas
doe. oti*e and ormWMn subside.
You're a&p o 0egleac caring hr
toubleoIa bruises f oae'st UitJ
smt ist' beady. On
bookeoff few ai
d"e shelf today.



4 OUT OF 5

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guard qsle^ Pyorehow lUfta~
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Scott Furnishing Co., Ltd.
Corner of Park and Pembroke Streets.




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