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


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


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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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Of Paris


nth Army Forces Push

i Beachhead To Withinl

Miles Of Toulon Base

am s 1 Keitel Reported
Back In Germany
STOCKHOL.M, Aug. 1S (Reu-
ter)-The Finnish irwdio said
tIC~ltoday that Marshal Keltel has
rded returned to Germany after set-
today Ing Marshal Mannerheit a
Norman MacDonald, B.B.C. re-
Oans C.apture pcrter, said it was Impossible
nan G general to give any Information con-
n oenerah l corning Keiteis visit
InuFoxhole tod
18l (AP).,-The Al-- *
announced- today'lrilk*k~~r

Waey troops, fanning
C* the beachhead in
en. pushed into thp
Mds-Pont, six miler
meeting only sliglut
loved on three miles
09 and southwest of
eh Is 16 milas we't
ins, and still ot-S
00 were In the area
Wer a five-mile gain.
pmced that a second
was captured
a foxhole to escape
Iry fire.
1 to Brignoles put
11y 23'1 ml's in-
I almost due north of
k of the newest
tted any mention
ed Ad ce upon
r.the Germans said
by an Allied force
I defences crumbled
Along some sectors
u-expandwng Allied
-0thern France to-
yt,5 capture of what
tfhalf of the orlg
acting the ssat
er Patch's Head-
that American
Ia pierced to less
from Cannes.

that 7,000 Nail
-. n taken on the
ing two German
count is still far
2 The iajorlty of
recently in-
were far from
Bwhichthe hard-
~d might attempt
fast operations In
eent Army
yesterday had
25 miles land,
effort to isolate
ed two large
over the Rhone
and the other
i "strategy
a troops which
for the southern
ced that the
45th and 36th
Part in the in-
f Tance.,
an cificial
Allied casualties
extremely light.
B.B.C. cor-
from Allied
E h casualties
|gttstroops. in-
at forme the
Hlfewer than 300
ed land miss-
BgePS taking part
in southern
named. Many
famous names in
ry. Now near-
Aft taking part,
:-aircraft carriers.
Many Canadian
isud Greek des-
a, the enemy has
0t interfere

I t (AP,-Twenty-
OWti heads shaved
leaing barber in a
4"(4511* Town Hall "
f having been too
fMI Germans.
BPeople and em-
Im soldiers were
0" hit one of the
f" a.s she was made
gua of people
____BM. but other.
yoamin with
b d Vd her
Aeir bu t the

B. aerfameJ and,
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of now woe
border of the
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Soviets TAke


Fortress Stormed
Gigantic Red Ar



I. UliU tjl&UZ LCNDON, Aug. 18 (Reuter) -, / Z^Z
wr IC* H it'*J Russauan troops south of Poland -- -- -
have captured the Vistula fortress
of Sandomierz, 110 miles south of Z-____:____
W esaw. The town fell to a great
By Bom b1Uers Ruisian sweep across the Vistula. Losing all power of resistance In
The Soviet forces crossed the nig Ing on &'I fronts. Map shows lat
town, advanced up to 30 miles column-American troops-are
ROME, Aug. 18 (AP).- American and extended their bridgehead to reached Versailles. 12 miles sho
medium bombers scored direct hits k width of about 30 miles up the chasing the German Seventh A
today on the French battleship West bank of the Vistula, taking before reaching the Seine, and a
Strasbourg, In Toulon harbour in Sandomieis by storm. North of Isdriving tow
an effort to silence its guns with Sandomierz five German divisions
which the Germans were filing on have been captured, T
advancing Allied troops.. In his Order of the Day an- |fl Pac ic
The battleship had been partly fnounciiig the capturtr Marshal Jap Pacific
dismantled, but the Gel-mans we.ri Stalin named 73 commanders for
able to use its wuna to shell the distinguished fighting.
Allied forces advancing along the A fighting. i rorI I s
coast from the east.
Bombers also scored hits on the Nazis Fight Desperately
French cruiser La G-';'ommerie To Save Land Of Junkers Sm ashed
as well as a destroyer end sub- Sm shed-_
marine In the harbour. By TOM YARBROUGH
renorsd toeyBscored svchell direct LONDON. Aug. 18 (AP) Rus- A L L I E D HEADQUARRTERS.
hits on the 26.500-ton vessel, start- slin troop' are massing on the SOUTHWEST PACIFIC, Aug 19
ing fires and explosions. edge of East Prussia. and killing Au g,
German soldiers on German soil. (API -It was announced that
-IIt is tell ved that some Russian heavy American bombers attack-
I patrols might already have crossed ir in frce, smashed Japanese ali-
PoUsh Position the border. The Germans are re- romes at Amboina and the Cnai-
,T ~~sisting fiercely to keep the Rus- d"sa mon n h aa
In iVarsa r BettePr alala back from the land where Islands, west of New Guinea.
In W arsaw Beter Hindonburg beat them decisively Escorting figtr so on
LOM06W, Aug. 18 (AP) The just a week les than 30 yrs ago fighters shot dov
UngleritunSd's fight in Warsaw at qpa-t ?" 01'! the'tSber side nine Japanese interceptor 'planes,
appeared today to have taken a of the province to the southwest, and sank a surface seaplane.
turn for the better, reports from All reports agreed that the Ger- The attackers los t higher
General Bor reporting that an en- mans are fighting hard to save the lost two highters.
tire platoon of Gerr an Infantry home of the Junkers, but at the Both of these Japa..- strong-
had surrendered and a. Nazi infan- same time, towns Just over the Pcints have been hit frequently,
try battalion recently transferred border In Prussia are reported to but this is the first announcement,
to Warsaw had now lost 50 per te in flames presumably under of a raid 'in force."
cent of it- strength. tha bitter decision of "scorched The assault followed General
The reports said the intensity earth" before the enemy arrives. MacArthur's announcement yes-
of the fighting in the old city dis- T'urnlngs towns Included Schir- terday that Japanese heavy ship.
trict centre ha "diminished" at windt, 17 miles southeast of the ping has already been forced back
pre.vnt and the main enemy effort point where the Russians reached to the Philippines, Celebes ad
was being directed on the central the frontier on Thursday. Ceram, by bomber raids on Hal-
part of the city, especially in the These stirring developments re- mahera.
vicinity of ortybowski Square. calling Sta:ln's vow last May to Allied ground forces landed at
Strong points and barricade-s "finish the crippled beast in his Wardo, on the west coast of Blak
changed hands here many times, lair." started a wave of excitement Island on Thursday, to pur&uet
but so far there have been no in Russia, but Moscow military ob- Mos "l up of JapiaknIsen Amerants
loses in the territory held by the servers cautiosly pointed out that hands, out Ni nseI l American
Poles. Central Cherniakhovsky might not havs b e htNipp o rs elements
The British radio said that for after all plunge ahead in the di- phakve Biak holgout in rt
the first time since the German rectlon he headed that this ten grcup off no irn Dutch ew
occupation of Poland, transmis- "reacuiing" of the German frontier Guinea was first invaded by Al-
sions wore heard yesterday morn- might be the dramatic screen for lied troops late in June.
ing from the broadcasting station something even bigger.
"operated by the Poles in War-
A B,B.C. broadcast recorded the ivi firn Governor To Attend.
Om.W. said the Polish radio in Ciilian Force
Warsaw declared. that 30 Polish T Spo rts
daily newspapers "now appear in Set Up In France T S
the capital." The B.B.C. also quo- 1Trlnidad jGuardlan Correspond ni.
ted the Warsaw station as report- LONDON, Aug. 18 (Reuter- A SCARBOROUGH, Aug. 16. -His
ing: 'Yesterday, Polish home for- caretully-pianned civilian force or- Excellency the Hon'bie A. B.
ces held their positions against ganisation has started operations Wright, Acting Governor, is ex-
heavy and continuous German In southern France. Godfrey Tal- pected to attend the sports and
at'^Leks." bot, B.B.C. correspondent, says military demonstration by the
It wasck dlisclo that RA.P and that the organisation follows the Special Reserve of Poucr here on
Io tw as discose that pRAl l pIan in northern France, and is Saturday, August 26.
South African Air Force night, working on French authority, Sports programme for the oc-
combers from southern Italy had| The first step taken to bring casion lists several open events in
been dropping supples and am- food and supplies, chiefly from some of which Trinidad athletes
munition to Polish patriots fight- America and North Africa, ia one are expected to compete.
ing in Warsaw. to ensure adequate rations for the Two events are open to pupils of
____________ __ French people. primary schools.
American medical supplies have Entries close with Sergeant N.
already began to flow in on the Miranda, the sports ewetary, on
,Heavy F fighting beaches.I Saturdayr August y.

In Hengyang Area
CHUNGKING, Aug. 18 (AP).-
The Chineae High Command today
announced heavy fighting In the
Hengyang area, where the Japan-
ese are trying to close the vise
against the Chinese trocps at-
i teckinr In the direction of the
Lity from the southwest. The
Chinese attacked and dis-
persed with heavy casualties
Japanese reinforcements bound for
ILyang, south of Hengyang, where
strzet fighting was going on. The
Chinese also started # drive on the
IKlagmea, Important Japanese
stronghold about 65 miles north-
east of Ichang, and one of the con-
njecting links at the enemy over-
gand supyly route between Hankow
aS Ichang. Heavy fighing is in
progress, wth the Chinese making
som headway.

New Man Wanted
By Germans
LONDON. Aug. I1 (AP)- The
0"a radio lays that the NaiSU
o17e a wa'Q of 0.0000 marks
for Prts Liodn*ana for his pArt
in the attempt on Htert's life on
July 20. U e &ou a pn15 W des-
a ptlon of the man7 vwated" the
Oerfan radto a there w"asno
cue to bhb idUntity. bWAhe Is
&blY OuserdOf atartille
nn" wanted by HlU0rt hSe
ouSKtew on August 4.,M WOO *f
> Nhe Of k Wiff
i813* Pay 01 The War

Airways Group May Renew

Provisional Licence Plea

Probability that the Barbados Government will again be approached
by the Barbados Caribbean Airways Ltd. for a provisional licence
under the Air Navigation (Licensing of Public Transport) Regula-
tions, 1944, to operate aircraft between Barbados and Trinidad, Ia
seen by a well informed source here.

Interviewed by the "Trinidad
Guardian" yesterday, this source
cited the fact that the Secretary
of State for the Colonies in his
advice to the Barbados Govern-
ment had stated that "the policy
of His Majesty's Government Is to
ensure the maintenance of effective
British air service in the Caribbean
area and with that end In view,
they have recently taken steps to
secure effective British control of
British West Indian Airways and
to arrange for the supply of addl-
tional aircraft to thatcompany."
The Secretary of State for the
Colonies, U; souSee commented.
evidently was not aware of the
fact that the proposed oom pny
was a Bn'.Kb company. To be a
British company; he said. ft is re-
quired that at eaSt o per cent
of the Jersonasl be B1t9sh s.b-
cs. This company had more
a so per cent of Its personnel
In Util meanwhile the "Trinidad
OusrdianO NmO d 4Z Mr. Mathn
C. Armer. ese dInetratf the eem

Sottor R&TINOW for eauulta.I
tic' with thedirectors of the Bar
Wads W M Us A 1rbeaLuwyL

Italian Soldiers
Freed From Nazis
BT MAXIME. France. AM. 18
(AP) A smiling group of former
Italian soldiers ended Sore than
18 months under the Oerman
army's fit and embarked today for
Naples and home.
Numbering about 200, the Ial-
iana orilgnauy came to the Riviera
as occupation troops. Trench red-
dents said.
After the Italian armistice the
Germans interned the Italians
and pressed the Into labour bat-
When the Allied attack on South-
era Prance was imminent the Ger-
mans ordered the 1tMU&NA to ahtp
In the dfefcae of the city. IRmtea4
most of the Italla diwus MI
their unifenne Bad geceped lt
AMerkians handed up the uw NO
Uvea and proposed muin them tM
helo s de &n up the poItP.eh
a-ithorllls Pstggud that they ie





Retreating German Columns

Nazi Defences Enemy's Escape Corridor
"1 1" Narrowed Down To 2 Miles

France. Nazi forces are retreat-
eat Allied thrusts. One Allied
reported hv the Cermans to have
rt of Paris. another column Is
rmy In an attermnt to cut It off
third column. Americans also,
,--ds Etasmpe;.

Buckingham Palace Hit
In Flying Bomb Raid
LONDON, Atic 18 (API-
Tn H i cent doodlehug" iud on
Londin on; of the bombs
raw u; considerable damage to
the a ndow of Buckingham
Palace. residorce of the King
and Queen.
Some structural damage was
also caused
Neither the King. the Queen,
the Princesses nor members of
the staff were hurt.


6.000 'Planes Bomb
German Targets From:
South And West

aimour today slashed to the vicin
stricken German Seventh Army wh
Seine River port of Rouen Under i
a~r, Paris radio fell silent as Lcut
A:'my pressed to within 12 miles of

LONDON. Aim 18 (API Six
thousand Allied wsr 'planes,
striking from the vsest and Iou'. 1 I
pounded German air depences oil |Al
supply and other vital ln.stalla-1 A llies A grIee
four European countries today.
Clouds of 'planes battered ote! O n O ccupation.
remnants of the shai'ered Nazi cupatioi~
western armies now being routed
on two Gattlefronts Of Germanyil
From British base% American *
heavv bombers and R.AF, Lan-
casters lashed out three times at WARIHINGTON, Auig. I AP'.
a variety of war targets although r t t
none cf these forces wns over 1're I1ocapvelt ..uj today
500 'nWanes alid oiloe considerably there wat a lather general under-,
smaller. 3tnigain h li~ o h
+Airfields and oil depots were standing among the A"i ft lb.'
the principal targets for the occupation of G.'rmany :tgaidle3ol
bomber fleets striking from tlite of hriw i when ti.U N.cig ie
wes t, while sonic 150 heRavies Tle Iivi.idcnt told a n?,t 101.to-
from Italy hamniered anew at the fercence that while thire wcr r )i,
i Ploresti oilfleld.of detailed arirangerments, th In their third operation of the a general undeislanding wi~h Ru,-
day, Fortresses visited Htllln"d|sia and Britain on the Rnifei.
and Belgium to batter bottle- Responding to a question. lie ex
necks oii the tr ansport routes. Up pi.-ssed the opinion that it would
to 500 B-l'ls with hiristanits R' be Just as easy to rvach and under-
their escort, struck at several' sianding with C'iiina lor the occu-
bridges alone the Meuse. potion of Japan. He added that
It. was announced officially that in this instance, too, there was
the attack was made not onl' to nothing on paper and only vei utl
interrupt the flow of flying bombs exchanges had taken place etiN Iii
I to the launching sites, but also to hInsel and Genetral Chiang Rat-
1 hainper any efTort at reinforce- Sh'k on the matter so far.

I ment and bupp*.v to the Germans
north of the Seine and Impede
Forfm erP r lt r any further attempt by them to C
Former Ed1111~tor establish a defence there or north I
A ardeda U S rivsnV hnnred to 75o Fortresses 1
A w airded U e ondthd Liberators again blasted
Ploesti oil Installations todnv and A
Malso hit oil target- at CampIna. a
Purple Heart 19^ mie totenrhet twl
Pur~ le ear the eighteenth attack from Italian f!
bases, on the Ploestl region. c
Captain Gault MacGowan. war Bombers and their Mustang es- ,
correspondent and former "Trini- court. saw only a few enemy I
dad Guardian" editOr, captured by 'planes and no encounters were 1
the Germans earlier this week reported.
while out near Chartres with the ported,
Invasion forces, has been awarded a,
the Purple Heart, America's oldest Aussies Go
military decoration. Aussiea Go h
The award, authorised by Presi- C4 flu T/w..I c
dent Roosevelt and announced at T OPollS TUUay '
U.S. Army Headquarters In London A
on July 3, was presented for LONDON, Aug. 18 (Reuter) w
wounds Captain Mac~owan receiv- Australia goes to the polls tWmOr- q
ed In action during the Allied at- row to vote for or against the plan ti
tack on Jabel, Mansour in North to give Federal Government, wider ti
Africa last April Struck In the constitutional powers for five years.
leg while moving with the French Mr. John Curtln. t.ie f'i-ile C'
attacking forces, Captain Mac- Minister, said the Government n
Gowan, despite his Injury, remain, needs the powers If It is to carry o
ed at work until the acting's suc- out I's plans for post-war recun- n
cessful cjnolusion. struction. Voting is compulsory,,
Telling of this. the "Editor and anyone who fails tu voice is iiablr
Publisher" recalled that while to a fine of 9.6(1.
still in Africa. Captain MacGowan The B.B.C. correspondent In
who was sent abroad by the New Ajstralia said the plan was most
York "Sun" in 193P. was cited for popular in Sydney, but it was still
bravery and awarded the C.oix de impossible for him to say which
Guerre by General Henri Giraud. way the voting will go. He points
Am-ng his previous assignments, out that if the referendum is to
have been the Spanish Civil Jar! succeed, there must be, first fall,
and the famous Cimmandos raid a jryoteo al the* electors,
on Dieppe.amaoiyvtofaltelcor
George Washington Is believed in Australia. and secondly & ma-
to have Initiated the Purple Heart ,jority vote of the Mtate.
during the darkest days of the Re- This correspondent says that It
volution as a gesture of apprecia- Is believired ol oldiera see g-om to,
ton to his men f- r their valiant vote in favour of the plan, becau-e
service, they consider it of extreme Im-
The distinction-s. according portance, and that this may be a
Order for its rsalsmn.i or determining factor,
-singularly meritorious action," 4
Canadian Corvette
Britain Urged Lost In Collision
To Plan For Peace OTTAWA. Aug. 18 (CP) -- The
Canadian Corvette. Regina. a stout
LONDON, Aug. 18 (Reuter) little sub-hunter which toured the
Sr Stafford Cripps. Minitewr of Atlantic and Mediterranean, hat
Aircraft Production, today asked been lost In invasion waters %ithi
Britain to plan now for what he two of the crew dead and 26 others
called the "D-Div" of pea:-. missing.
He Insisted that Britain must in- There were 60 survivors and
crease their pre-war export trade eight of them were flown to hos-
by about 50 per cent quickly after pital. The Regina was damaged
the war to pay thfir way and to In a collision with a merchant shIp
mairtain their tradition, and sank before It could be
Quality and efciency in Indus- beached. She was the 17th Ca- I
trial output, he said, were neces- nadian Navy ship and the seventh
sary. A lot of scientists and tach- Corvette to be lost.
niclans were needed, bigger schools
and other thins, but, he said, Im l
eKciency was a more complex W ilielmina Sends
matter. This could only be achieved
by emenrilg partnership between Troops God*Speed
labour anAd employer. rebuilding Troops Go d pee
and making the Job of Managing Au S outer ) -
a profession. Qu he an a -
to Dutch troops U w ey
More Points Taken UMbrt amto wum in xw-
ITIU V x lu~c 1 d vllmand, samd: 'Iftr tow erim I"
In Tiber Valley shud tNa
ROME, Aug. 1 8 Reuter)- to liberate the ratherland 7;m
Eighth Army troops have occupied I opprIssdo and trranAy. V f 004
more advantageous positions in the ble1s You Bad your Ma ."
upper Tiber valley, both eaot and
west olf the baSeftent and lathe Nazis Declare Total War
west 0 the River Argo. Ile Uw
4 1 Jn CZVCoslovakim
LONDOI. Aum. 18 (D e~,-
t te 10Mgmt TefOWNWe have =W~ p
__________ s uumatauto

lie said he certainly 4a5 (going
a confer with Mr. Wilston
Churchill again, but when asked
whether it would be this year, he
t saying that that was the
President Roosevelt urged the
American people to gradually to(m
an opinion on the need for one
'ears' post war training for youths
'rom 17 to 22 in a military and
:lvil way. He told the news con-
erence he did not have compulsory
military training in mind because
.000,000 to 1.250000 boys who
might be available ior such training
would be given a combination of
military and civilian training.
The President said facilities could
be found in extensive training
amp housing In and out of the
Invited States proper including
Africa and the Aleutians and he
waihed the people would study the
question because there would he a
tremendous housing surplus after
he war.
Hp added housing In ihose camps
would accommodate about ,(kO(0,OUfl
men although he figured only about
ne-fifth of that number would be
reded for training.

ITERS. Aug. 16 ut(> Ainerica4
Iity of Paris and headed off thG
ich wheeled northeast toward the
illed blows from the ground and
ut.-General George Patton'S Third
the capital by oerman accounts..
n.mcrican,4 British. Canadlani
Pows, Dutch and Belgians were In
lho pursuit, of the 40,000 to 100.000
fnemy loops who had squeweed
'('oi the Normantdy pocket with
1:10 bulk of their tanks only to find
eiv cvi more gigantic trap dead
.*'nr Th' sva was on che north.
Atn".:>ca ormonred might on the
south, tl'.e British and Canadians
vlth their Allies plunging in from
;he west, the Seine with all but one
oriidrc bla.ctvd was ahead and Allied
air lirces L.sttrring them overhead.
A senior British omcer said the
faiatt" of Norinandy definitely we$
won 1'y the Allies liud the German
miw t power to resist effectlveit
agalh In France wits gone.
e- add-d thnt sinrL y3crteday.
rn-mv forrs trappedf ai tflalsS

EjscnhowCr Holds
5.1 1o01' Conference
QL'ARI-.=9, Aug. IS tReuter)
Gryin'l I wicht E1senhower,
Atlird Liprrnie conimiander.
held a siurprise conference 1in
France lith ois commanders
tonight The conference Iasted
tive hours and It is expected
that Important results will fol-
and ,Argeentan tak-KIROM
tanks and rl cry massed In t
Trun uITa.
He said disorder has appeared
with pa.t of the trapped forme
struggling to escape and otheS
trying to fight a disenfaaing ac-
tion. elements of 12 In antry and
four armoured division were in the
area, but their escape gap had bee
cut to four miles.
Later SH.A.E.F. announced oll.
dally the dicape gap had been nar-o
rowed to two miles.
The annoiuncements said head-
quarters was "unable to confirm
earlier reports of American force#
being In iIe i cinUy of Versalea..
It d'4c'.oseJ, howe.efr. that AmeI^
Cons '-a i widened the bridgeheMa
Jver (;ie Euire Rher. nor'heaat and
sort'.l.c of{ Urrux, where LWf
were wili'"n 20 miles of the Se&"



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Nazi Resistance Ends


L MIom UiKm

taAmerican Announce Big

t-war Expansion Project

of S etMy presnpas of peat-war travel expan-
iahe SM1 1bign gtY1i n within nm t of the ordinary man for
irflSt nfe Si the hb y of aaviti. were leased by Pan Ameil-
am AMrway last week the company fied application before the
o l t Si CM Asroftlnc Boar0 for authority to Inaugurate new
obh See Mutes d tween VS. and Latin America.
ON. W e tanti t bs il byin '. .. .
t "i o wtng set pro- Pint Jamaica Rum
W announcew p to tes',-, -4 -8
Ssan eight-hour be- Fetchesf $6o.48
portof-Spain and Mew York A pint bottle of Jamaica rum
S which will be 200 years old
t a n of $109.n that would See months from now has
ao s att t i f $ hour Jus b bought for .80
E vf ntm fI or y Mr, A, Levitto, of London.:
in money of $IM5M. Purchase was made recently
.the statement added "Plans at a sale of wines at Christie's
A Iled with the Civil Aeronau- In aid of the Duke of Glouc-
oardreveal that t-n.tY's Red Cross and St. John
fBoard reeal that Pan-Ameri- ftnd.
have played orders for a large Regarded as the oldest In
l of grefatrs ftr-englned clip- Eurce and probably In the
world, this rum. taktn to Eng-
s41 embodyinf many technical land In 1805 by General
tImprovementa which have been de- Kingston, Governor-General of
Uope during the war period. the West Indies has
o con orders for these sir- rbeenopened only twice since
instruct orders for the ir. for recording and reseallng in
craft are subject to release by the 1837 and 1844.
War Production Board as soon as -....-.. --
war requirements permit.
'While detailed description of1
th new aircraft is prevented by B o e, A irw ays
Wurlty regulations, the plan re- C
waled that one type of long-range 0
soper Clippers w dcam lus pas-
Stuers on high-speed express ser- E xle.A son
Vice to the most distant South
American capitals. A second type l|\
to designed to carry 60 passengers S e L l
on medium ranges up to 1,000 miles.
Noth of these major types would Eryetnino .,Ar
belndP capable of flying In Early extension of BW.I. Air-
the substratosphere and at speeds ways service to include British
of approximately 300 miles an Guiana, Jamaica and some of the
hour. other West Indian colonies, was
reported likely yesterday by Capt.
TRAVEL TIME CUT K. T. Murray, Managing-Director
I of B.W.I. Airways in Trinidad, In
"These new Clippers would re- an interview with the "Trinidad
duce travel time from New York Guardian."
to Buenos Aires to 211 hours, and Recent official refusal of a
to Rio de Janeiro to 19 hours and licence to a Barbados company
30 minutes, with similar fast sche- seeking to run a service between
duts to and between other capl- Barbados and Trinidad was ac-
tale of the American republics, companled by intimation that "His
Connecting with those express Majesty's Government are now
eohedules would be a fleet of new considering proposals for the ex-
twin-englined transports which panslon of the service at present
would replace present standard operated by British West Indian
Do- types on the local services Airways in order to secure im-
would carry passengers to provement of communications be-
very Important community In the tween the various British colonies
20 Latin American republics., in the Caribbean area and to pro-
"The new programme provides vide adequate ard efficient ser-
for the development and expansion vice to meet traffic needs at that
of Pan American's service with area."
modern high-speed equipment Captain Murray told the "Guar-
rather than the inauguration of din"' that while negotiations had
new routes. T.ae new fleet operat- not yet been started to obtain
Ing multiple daily schedules from permission to include other West
a series of United States gateways Indian colonies (1n thec company's
would provide for as much as 11 itinerary, R1 was quite possible
times the total number of passen- that with added facilities, con-
pera carried by both sea and air sideratlon wculd be given to ex-
transports between the United mansion projects
States and Latin America in the j Regarding the service to Bar-
st pre-war year. i 'bados, he stated that It was hoped
"in addition to the existing g aerial with the arri al of additional
atewsy In Miami. Brownsville and shortly, increase the
New Orleans, Poan American would psei hort ol a n te r
servev ice to that colony ard to pro-
operate high speed services from de as much serve as mav be
the new gateways for which au" required there Until recently
thority is being requested. A two -require the iUtts prewentyto
stop service of 20 hours is panned tare ee.h
between New York and io de Barbados. o the Tobagoservice
Jan o and a 211 hour service efing to the Tobago service.
ba a V i,"Bueno he said that previously B W.I.
1 PC '" hi.ghsped ex- Airways had been providing '10
liee tn a*r nom the Sats each way a week to the
"Strn gateway o Los Angeles Island ward. and it was hardly
thes.upr,,Cippe s would provide likely that it would be necessary
one-stop service to Panama and a to increase this service.
31-hour service through from Call- Advice, received yesterday. Cap-
fornia to the Argentine capital tait' Murray revealed,.ndicatead
"rrom Charleston, Tampa. Mia- that one of the three planes ex-
ml. New Orleans and Houston, peeled front Canada for the ser-
other non-stop services would be ieV would be completed abcut
provided to key Latin American August 20 rnd mni. arrive In
ports whence connecting local or T'inidad next week, well ahead of
express schedules would provide schedule.
swift convenient service to eSery ve
community in the Latin American S a T t
republics senate To Get
*Combined with the sharp re-Leaguv Plans
duction in flying time, the pro- --. -
trarmme provides for a reduction NEWVV YORK, Aug. 18t (AP).-
f'r passenger fares on the long-dls- "The Times" despatch from Wash-
tant routes, to as low as 3J cents lngton today said President Roose-
a Smile. Whereas currently it re- velt plans to submit a new 'League
qilres 66 hours and costs $491 35i f Nations" to the Senate and later
to travel to Rio de Janeiro. passen- to ask it for power to entoice peace
ers would be able to fly directly treaties.
fb New York to the Brazilian The despatch said that by sepa-
atropofs in 19 hours 50 minutes, rating a world security organisa-
aoat of t 175. tion from peace treaties, the
Oser the entire Latin American Administration hopes to get a n,,w
network, similar contrasts In both league operating possibly before
ying time and passenger tariffs the and of the war.
d0nonstrate that Pan American It added that present plans aim
have planned facilities for mass for a treaty establishing a new se-
shovement of passengers, both to curity organtsation for submission
d from Latin America on the to the Senate before January 1,
Sale which has never before been with hopes to be ratified before
Uloned. spring.
?"Under th.is new programme It said thus it Is expected the
will be as simple and as economl.- new league and world court would
cal for the average man to travel be ready to deal with problems
by air to neighboring countries In which might arise at the peace
t1i hemisphere as it has been for conference. The despatch added
Wam to drive his automobile to busl- that terms of the peace treaty and
seas and vacation centres in neigh- the security set up would comple-
louring states. This programme nent each other under the Admiri-
Which represents a new field of istration plans.
pioneering for the pioneer organS- Quoting "responsible officials,"
estion which developed the first The Times" says the Administra-
? trinationall airways under the tion would not rely entirely on the
American flag and wa the first In organlsation to deal with future
the world to cross the major oceans agtsion by the present enemies,
inings flyig down within the reach bat g sond by the Senste en temi
of the everyday citisen for the first buol treaty "to authorlei them to
tUme in the history o1 aviation. demobiltse the German m and Jtp-
"'The one class luxury accommo- n nd control their Industrie.
datlons will be finer than any now anet andfotrcJole theirmee inutris
obtainable, with a maximum of hut hey ore those terms even it
comfort Uaue for the ordinary the h to take ni.tay action
pa~enger. Umdor the proposed to ,-'-
sehedule, he wil be abls to take a Lightrm nFine
two weeks vacation in a foreign |lightrmifan Fine~d
land with 86 per cent of his time
spent in sight-seeing and only 15 r_ ,, ssau.t
"In addition to passenger travel Calvin Browne. a lghtermar,
Improvements which the pro- was yesterday sentenced to six
mme would provide, business or- months' imprisonment with haro
fanisatios wod benefit wldclY labour and ordered to pay $,%n in
irom the greatly expanded service. eost and compensation or three
The new Clipper fleet would be months to follow, when he we'
atle to move some 0.000.000 lbs. convicted by Mr, A. J. Hamtltm
of cargo annually, as aotnpal'ed wh_ rlmuto Ptn uutn
t 170,00 bs o a r e fo assaut on Fitary A'ugstin
cried in the. -w ar v r s caustng grievous bodily harm.
elurred In the pte-war 19|4.1_. Autsne, who asked Brewne for
Io contrast wlton the urr crgo a cigarette, after a long argument,
of 80 cents per ton 0 mile for was thrown down and klcked in-
tUt new rates would average 25.4 stead, and as a result bled through
cents per ton mile. with tartn as ado and r b
low as lB cents per ton mile on ose.

easalfied cargo to the most distant
C~oesitnt ail centres," -i .

Insurance Report !
For Chamber Committee
A special committee of the
'rinldad Chamber of Commerce,
0oeldoring the question of health
ad unemployment insurance, will
tRefeive a draft report on the sub-
#t from its chairman, Lieut.-Col.
.4Alston, next week, the "Trini. A.
&nd Guardlan ,learned yesterday. cA
At tOe last meeting of the chaem- CANA.
.bar. a Maloety report based on the
IMVUrWg plan and a minority re-
-t by M jr J. D. Usenagas, were
rf'Wmd back to the committee.
S draft report. If accepted at
'I: wi-'. ma Wing, wll be pre.-
Irt? '- the Wer'eibl body at its M
m sat 06111h

Racing Man

M141red Loist =212
Island Queewl
New from Ormed real
rnIdad yesterday indicates
Mr. Simeos A. Francis, racebllm
owner, eompay druto, an1 re-
we et uma n in ud
ogthe 67aingr afeoaRd
the o-m. Isad ea, now
is'n for 12 day.
Orenada hopes o= the schooner
or any of Its passenger ever being
found were reported yesterday to
b. fading.
Pears are entertained that even
If the veoel was still afloat and
driftln the mall quantity of food-
stuffs It carried when leaving with
the excuslonists for St. Vincent on
August 6 would have been long
gone by now as It was only crew
U.S. Navy here, joining officially
In the search for the Island
Queen, reported again yesterday
that there was no new's of the
Mr. Francis, who is reported to
be among the passengers, has been
for many years racing animals
on the various tracks in the south
Caribbean. His stables have sent
out such well known horses as
Fragrant Memories, Sea Rover,
Brown Bread, and Sunny Jim.
Born in Grenada, Mr. Francis
was in business in New York for
about 20 years before returning
home in 1932. He has controlling
interest in Everybody Stores, among
Grenada's leading departmental
hardware, grocery and dry goods
establishment. He is also director
of Grenada Sugar Factory Ltd..
and besides own several proper-
ties there, both in tovn and coun-
Mr. Francis Is a regular visitor
to Trinidad for race meetings of
the Turf Club.

Visitor Confident In
Jamaican Self-Rule
Stating that he had no doubt In
his mind whatever that self-gov-
ernment in Jamaica would be
successful, Mr. J. McL. Fontaine,
travelling insurance agent and
active member of the People's Na-
tional Party, who passed through
here on his way home after a trip
through the islands, said he con-
sidered the people ripe for the ven-
Self-government. he said. would
begin right after the general elec-
tions to be held in November.
Apart from a certain section not
of the working class, he told the
"Trinidad Guardian," the people
are entirely in favour of the pro-
ject and efforts to ensure its
smooth working are already being
With regard to social welfare
work now being promoted in the
island, Mr. Fontaine pointed out
that the people had for years been
united In their efforts to move
tangibly in assisting themselves
and others of the West Indies, and
as soon as they had put their
house in proper order they intend-
ed doing all they possibly could to
help the people of the other islands.
There was no apathy among any
section of the community, he
stated, and they were all bent on
Improving living conditions until
they had succeeded In placing
themselves In a substantial position.
He had nothing but the highest
praise for Mr. N. W. Manley. K.C.,
the leader of the People's National
Party, whom, he said, has been
making the greatest sacrifice for
the people and the country.

Dewey-Hull To Hold
Security Talks
,API-Thomas E. Dewey, Governor
of New York and Republican
nominee for the Presidency, today
wrote Mr. Cordell Hull, U.S. Secre-
tary of State, proposing that John
Foster Dulles. New York City at-
torney. 'onfer with Mr. Hull on
the organisation of post-war
security as Dewey's representative.
The Republican Presidential nomi-
nee said in his letter he was
'happy to accept" Mr. Hull's pro-
posal for consultation with Mr.

!UD6W0 qWA3UIN ruA&AT. AUG" 1, !.Y IN ____o________ _________ ,_
To Read Law -AYu Tvravefleri Advised tr AU

i-- [To Do Things Methodically -"

Chainig Quass's lonei sy for
his sftdies, Mr. KP A.
Roa, sne of Mr. Abdo Xe-,
leavew teerosw for eMEW
Canada, to enter the Ilehd of
Law for a Morse of Stlulug for
the Bar lexamialam.

Gandhi Sees

'No Surrender'

India Policy

NEW DELHI, Aug. 18 (Remter)
-Mahatma OGandhi today gave
Reuter this comment on the last
letter from Lord Wavell, the
Viceroy, which he received yes-
"It is as clear as crystal that
the British Government do not
propose to give up the power they
possess over 400,000.000 people im-
less the latter develop the strength
enough to resist It from them. I
shall never lose hope that India
will do so by purely moral means.
"The published correspondence
shows that I have left no stone
unturned to conform to the Vice-
regal's requirements. The British
Government has no IntAention of
winning public support. So far as
the technical winning of the war
is concerned, they evidently have
no need of such support. Moral
support they seem to despise.
"The Viceroy's proposition means
that unless all the -main parties
agree as to the corlstltutlon of
the future and there Is agreement
between the British Oovernment
and the main parties, there Is to
be no change in the oonstltu-
tional position and the Govern-
ment of India Is to carried on as
at present.
The names of the parties
given in the Government reply
aie illustrative only. I do not
doubt that on due occasions more
will be exhibited as from a con-
juror's bag and who knows how
ard when the British Government
will agree to surrender control?
"The problem of food, mean-
while remains unsolved. Only the
National Government envisaged
bv me can provide a genuine
solution. Any other will, be a
"It is most unfortunate that
Jinnah has fallen Ill and under
medical advice cannot see me
till he is free from his Illness. A
proper heart-to-heart agreement
between us can induce a revision
of the firm refusal of the British
Government as conveyed through
His Excellency the Viceroy's
"Let us all pray that he may
soon be restored enough to see me|
and that God may so dominate
our hearts as to lead us to the
right solution.
"I would like to assure all parties
who may be affected by our sodu-
tion that we will not come to any
terms which will compromise or
Ignore a single Interest.
"The formula (which concedes
the principle of Pakistan, autonomy
for Moslem India) is capable of
being amended If it Is found to
contain flaws as many Hindu and
Sikhs friends have suggested it
does. No solution is likely to last
unless on the face of It, It is right
and is acceptable to the people
of India as a whole."

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Drawing a lesson from the war whih he said th AOles aa win-
ning besasoM they do'everythlng methodically. Mr. W. J. Andre, th
Chief M agst, told three men who appeared before him charged
with disorderly behaviour and obintructlon at the railway station, "It
you don't do things tbodically you will get nowhere."
The men did not like the"
methods 'adopted by the railway
management W despatch ticket-
bu yg travelrwthan research
ty Frank of disor-
de beaiourt, and DuSe dentists
sprnge an George Yearwst
"ao aused an obstruction, were
ordered to pay Ain of $5 each.
Accused by Rural Constable out
Odem who discovered that he L o u J U
would not queue up with other
ticket-buyers, Frank became abu- roe r 8 nsn n r
live, while the other men, annoyed Foteor J. L. Simonsen and Sir
because he -was arrested, inter- Robert Robinson, both of the Co-
feted. lonial Products Research council,
Acting as connecting link be- spent three days this week in the
tween banker and punter In whe- South as guest. of Trinidad Lease-
whe, a game of omens and dreams, holds Ltd.. while establishing per-
Ralph allender, a marker, found
that It contained a bad omen for onal contacts with the senior
him on May 13. On that day chemists of the company.
the police came along before he They arrived On TI*esday and
could test the luck of his punters were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
and so he was ordered yesterday A. J. Ruthven.Murray at a cock-
to pay a fine of $80 when Mr. W. J. tall party at their bungalow where
Andre convicted him for being in several members of the staff, iwth
possession of whe-whe marks. their wives, were present to meet
Before he left the dock. Callen- them.
der heard from the. magistrate On Wednesday they made an ex-
that a repetition would earn him tensive tour of the refinery and
the maximum fine of $240. research laboratory and in the
--- evening were guests at a dinner
Love of ether people's property party given by the general man-
put Roderick Carvalho in seer at the guest house, to whichS
trouble again yesterday, and Mr. the leading men in the Trinidad
Andre, telling him to follow the oil industry were invited. After
training he received while an In- dinner the whole party attended a
mate of the Young Offenders' meeting of the Trinidad Branch
Detention Institution, gave him of the Institute of Petroleum, att
one more chance. Carvalho must which about 300 people were present
pay a fine of $30 and $19.20 cornm- to listen to Informal talks, by Pro-
pensation for stealing a quantity fessor Simonsen and Sir Robert.
of powdered milk. On Thursday, the visitors accom-
Carvalho, a carter, while' un- panned by Dr. Prank Morton and
loading supplies before a city Dr. H. H. Suter toured the Pitch
business house, stole a box con- Lake at the invitation of the
training six tits and getting his Trinidad Lake Asphalt Company
horse to gallop away, disap- Ltd. They were received by Mr.
peared. Held by Lance-Corporal John Murray and Mr. Maurice
Rique. he denied the accusation Challlet, who conducted them
and yesterday expressed surprise around.
to learn that he was being blamed After a very interesting morning,
for a thing of the kind. He ad- the party went on to Forest Re-
mitted having seen the milk ly- serve where they were entertained
Ing around but stated that he did to luncheon by Mr. I. 0. Laidlaw,
not even watch it hard, the field manager, and Mrs. Laid-
Court records showed that Car- law. Tour of the ollflelds followed
valho had gone wrong four times on which they were accompanied
before, but he had gone straight by Mr. Laidlaw and Mr. Edward
for four years, Trafford. They witnessed drilling
operations, noted various methods
Finding that his former sweet- of oil production and were extreme-
heart had unalterably made up her ly interested in everything they
mind to keep him out of her life, saw.
and that she had already become At the conclusion of the tour
attached to another, Ivan Daniel, they returned to Pointe-a-Pierre
showered her house with missiles, and were entertained to dinner by
smashing certain parts of the Dr. Frank Morton, superintendent
building and breaking a lamp and of research and development at
a goblet. Trinidad Leaseholds .,nd Mrs.
The magistrate, convicting him Morton.
for throwing missiles, ordered him Professor Simonsen and Sir
to sign a bond In $25 to be of good Robert Robinson left Pointe-a-
behaviour for a year and to come Pierre yesterday to return to Gov-
uo for sentence if called upon eminent House, Port-of-Spain.
within that period. He advised
Daniel to go In search of another
sweetheart if he found that he THE TRINIDAD
was no longer wanted.
Convicted on an accusation of UT IEI N
assaulting and wounding RubyA T 1 N E N
Oa=r ngtn, Dorothy George was
y ordered to pay $2 com- BROKERAGE
pensaton. I@&BROKERAGE

Wednesday, 30th
August, 1944.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
that by order of ARLINGTON
exercise of the Power of Sale
conferred on mortgagees by the
Conveyancing Ordinance and con-
tained and Implied in Mortgage
Bill of Sale dated lith June. 1943,
Reg. No. 3485 of 1943, made be-
9art and the said ARLINGTON
the other part, there will be put
up for sale by Public Auction at
the Auction Mart of the under-
signed at OB, Harris Promenade
(near Court House), San Fernando,
between the hours of 1 and 2 p.m.
certain wooden tenement measur-
ing 20 feet by 20 feet, comprising
three rooms with a kitchen
attached measuring 8 feet by 12
feet and a parlour also thereto
attached measuring 8 feet by 12
feet standing on wooden pillars
on lands of the U.B.O.T. Com-
pany, the said buildings covered
with red felt, situate at Gaude
Loupe, Point Fortln. In the Ward
of La Brea, in the Island of Trini-
Dated this 14th day of August,
(Sgd.) M. H. SHAH,


(I. L. Whiteman)

Begs To Announce





1 Henry St. Near T.G.R.
New Furniture of
Description Beds,
Mattresses, Glass &
China Ware, Croeek.
ery, etc., etc.,
Your Inspection

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a wawng-ng idir. Mad emly byl Ge-voRal. depmtmml--
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The old idea omwf wood plumf or drvim Fftb
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when the job i finished, it s far from tebablel j
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fatigue or nervous exhaustion.
Your nerves and bodily o pans ar
also tired so that d .eto fails aad
=you lie awake at nights unable to
Perhaps there is nothing that ean
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by their experience.
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'TURODAY, 1ft~
OC instructiona
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smith, who is le
the underrigned
owhold turno
his home to his hi
together with hWS,

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nonevx tor
Lemons Br d
Shiferobe; Baei
Table and chaesj
Decca Radio wit
Records: Large O1k
Cabinet- instnM
Work Bench;
Saew: Twol ot
Shelving; One fisi
phone Motor an
Lamp Parts; Osi
Towel Rack: Do
Table: Pedestah;
Electric Reading'
Bedroom LAripe'
Bentwood Cbslr4
Crockery; Bra-sm
Dated this 18th
etc, etc.

TeRMS: Cauh
the hammer.


Separate Tenders are invited up to .
SATURDAY, 19th AUGUST, 1944, to run
under the Public Stand, Paddock, Members^
Grounds, and (b) Tea Room on the four (41
the Santa Rosa Races, 1944.
(1) Tenders for Bars must be acco
list of prices at which drinks will be sold owl
at each Bar. (2) Allocation of all booths tol
on the grounds is subject to the approval of
agement Committee.

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AprCltult2le. total rum output in tis Coponyting
100 PlC 193Soared 40.828 gallons beyond
active. m the preVious year's figure to reach
to those 1,4831 proof galUons.
uad in co Delivered out of this for local
resentsii unMpttOn was1. 0o41.= gails
Vie about yielding excie of 83,8.Mt, repro-
'"ter "r.e-forIM, he ....
,te!r to 42 to, _oua peak year
ral too Helping toward the climb In ex.
said a great cse revenue was a rise in duty
aled In from $3.12 to $4.00 per proof galon
dobbedly a from baryc 194. but ma
h f= e ause w % the soaring t of local
thie be consumption up to a new high.
he tropics The war years -have brought
nearly a 200 per cent rise on the
o Ale Qmuantity of rum duty paid for use
itie wn rin the Colony, the table showing a
Brtvainab big increase each year. Prom
g av l 36736 gallons In 1939, it rose to
Wore sttcs. 409,053 in 1940, then to 6237 in
Wet Indies.1941, to 348,06 in 1942 and up to
here is U the record of l,084,188 Uast year.
for farming
is nothr ing But while duty payments on
hich is Js nrum were soaring during the war
isch scan e ear warehouse rents were falling
chnomcan y Ir4m $28N95 in 1939 to $22,73 In
ter Imple- 1943.
s about the RISE IN BEER
the use of The drink revenue table also
to speed up shows a rise last year tn beer
herds. Mr. brewed and brought on charge,
Insemina- 1943 figures being 221,529 standard
commended. gallons against 174,028 In 1942, with
but first duty showing aa $8,530 increase at
e up your S4U. .
annual yYO With rum giving revenue boost
which the of more than 1250,000, Customs
rial Cclege and Excise originally estimated to
eand my- brink in $9,451,300 fro 1948 actually
n for the yielded $12,810,399, going $136.39
mental re- beyond the estimates as revised
Important near the year and passing the 1942I
an animal total by $1,49,229
est rn- Iimport tables oMcially released
ofTAnimal yesterday show whisky revenue
iough those that was down in 1942 to $54062
of the t- from the 1940 total of $145290
ale Agrlcul climbed up to $86,382 last year, but
ationed In continuing to fall, brandy touched
hole of the a new low level at $78 from $2709
in 1940 and wine dropped to $10,109
,from $44,635 in 1939.
turns W.I. Sugar Output

nufacturers Below Requirement
nical Secre-
and expen- While the Minlitry of Food In
e crop year India has agreed totake as much
or Septem- as 771,000 tons of West Indian su-
gar a year up to 194A, production
l customary estimates for this crop year end-
al and ex- Ing August 31. 1944, are only 639,010
clal prefer- tons
inadlan be- Save for Jamaica, every one of
s of molas- the colonies was estimated to be
far down an output below allow-
tr operating able target.
nation, pro- Jamaica, from which the Food
archase of itryI would take 177,000 tow
ost of fin- ar a'"It ctd
Is 1t5a. tun of mile; TiidadB ur
Simnt of 165,0*0; Barbados 107,000 out of
local, public 142,200; and British G31iana which
es in rela- could have exported 206,100 tons,
factory em- was expected to produce nly

GUASMM, U~RDAY. 4~U3T 21, 144.

BEnlNd Gir' Parema

101%( this Aoo, w be
s klt to thte Oo.et wIe t
t ~onata sait tU Stre
aML to s "- a Moiay,
S1. aud would be e-
S .11 e 0 the parents and
reihtole of A.TA enlites
from iTrkisiad who are sa-
= ZaMua w :htm'. ft was


Thieves Still

Busy In City

Mr. Joweph eheult, secretary of
the Union Club, reported to the
police yesterday that his motor'
car had been tampered with on
Wednesday night.
The motor-car, he stated, was
left outside the Union Club be-
tween 6 o'clock and 11 o'clock and
when he returned to It the bonnet
was found raised and a piece of
wire was hanging from underneath
the dashboard. He had removed
the switch key but had not locked
the doors.
Making official request for pub-
lic co-operation to curb motor-car
stealing, the Information Of5ce
yesterday issued a release as fol-
"Members of the public are
warned that whenever they have
cause to park their vehicles unat-
tended, they should ipmobillse
them by removing the Ignition key
and, if possible, locking the doors.
"Two cases have occurred re-
cently In which motor-car P-5962.
black Ford vS, the property of
Brig. Mavrogordato, was stolen oh
August 1, 1944, between 7.50 pm.
and 8.10 prm. from Cipriani Boule-
vard and P-68., two-seater Ford,
painted maroon, the property of
Mr. R. J. Crooks, stolen from out-
side the Victoria Institute between
8.30 p.m. and 11.25 p.m. on August
15, 1944."
The communique draws attention
to an advertisement inviting any
person who can give information
leading to the arrest and convic-
tion of those who stole the above-
mentioned vehicles to communi-
cate with the Criminal Investiga-
tion Department or nearest police

Mason Hall Pupil
Champion Essayist
rinidad Guardian Correspondent
138 pupils entered in seven
centres for the essay competition
recently held here under auspices
of the T.S.P.C.A., Beresford Wat-
son of Roxborough E.C. took first
place in the junior division and
Lynda Smith of Mason Hall Gov-
ernment won in the senior divi-
Subjects chosen were "Cruelty
To Animal" in the junior section
and "Afnimals, Man's Best Friends"'
forth senior*
Papers *were ceor~eted "bv yWr,
J. Hamilton Maurice, Alsistant
Inspector of Schools.
Prizes will be presented by Mr.
Packer Hutchlnaon to the first
seven candidates in each division.

TobW .E. Reah New
War-Time Level During 194

CArM"d Vpwaea* eoft at moda -4 aeowMw
faporfs $tSW 1-re N q IW ftew Wt" pek %V er with a t u .
40 valu of $13.36 tmkg the 3343 toal by tt

More Travel

By Trolleybus

More city tvaeUim patIm d
the trolleybus services during June
this year than duri ts eo*re
spending month la"t ea', -aee-
Ing to the June, 1M4 figures re
cently released.
In his monthly statement of 5-
venue ad expenditure for June,
1944, Mr. W. J. Wilia W Im
manager of the Tiind eetre-
ity Bord, states that dur in this
year the number of ne e
carried by thee vehicle totaBd
597.67 compared with 403H In
June, 1943, an increase of III.
The omnibum services, oa the
hand, during June this year ear.
ried 808 psengers less than ter
the whole of June, 1M3. Th
figures for June, 1944. were 152,
compared with 152.40 far June,
The tramears also carried
sngers In June this year than
the previous June. Comparative
figures reveal that the number of
passengers carried by them lat
June totalled 519,078 compared
with 517,846 In June, 1I43, an In-
crease of 1,23.
Total operating expenditure
amounted to $17,394.73. which
means a profit of 3,646*A3 before
taking Into account the fixed
charges amounting to *4,13.10
which shows a deficit of 580271

MnparWtt fl 014, 866 by
the 1Oa12; ~ O4i0iaattu Ime
ach e ishis tamtetrat~a n .
pont eave the year 1MS, te ao
eavbielag tofy at the sister
MmdM 0 stedV, ciMb towards
higher export bv.
Valed at eelIm In 1930. the
IW As l~ ta, fluted in the re.
wet g niM head. mounted
inIM94, cleared eoja
n N S atfthecloe af t19m
W-eaced MeeM. -
A* in previous A cocoa
atttaM ias placia tae head
S10 tal.althugh at a con-
ssrs redue ad gure both It
uaM ty and In value.
e rted quatity of I,1.,llb
was lwest for the period lM-194a,
Iwhie its estimated value of
MUA. ranked above the 1939
total but below those of other
ora with a recorded total of
2..73Mb fell 3438441b short of
the 14M flare, but was worth
$3M0 more, due to increased price
of the product.
Fresh vegetables, fourth on the
list during 1942 with a total value
of $100,731, moved up to third
place lat year when the total
reached $165,561. recording the
biggest snlogle increase for the
Coconut fibre which in 1939
accounted for $2,63, soared to
$00 In 1943 when the quantity
exported wasu $1,018,600.
Mqporto of livestock and poultry
which had been mounting steadily
since 2M when the value was

fr June, i19, compare d withi &I su. reached a uoal 01 *of$2,8no
profit of $2,313.23 for June, 194. in 1942 but fell to $87,77 last
..... Other exportable products not
itemised in the report were es-
Committee To timated at $64.644, a tatal nine
'Co mit e To times higher than the 1939 figure.
Probe Societies .
The "Trinidad Guardian" undef
upa committee to inquie dMagistrate Warns
stands that Government is setting W an
up a committee to Inquire into the O er
working of friendly socities with a o go M aulers
view to remodelling the Ordinance a
under which they function to make W Mad OGurdlan Correspondent
provision for the carrying out of SCARBOROUGH. Aug. 16.-
certain social activities by them. Mauling with sticks and atones
A number of persons who have which Mr. William Anthony, of
been associated with friendly so- Mason Hall, was alleged to have
cities for a long number of year received, led to eight young men of
have been invited to serve on this the same village being ordered to-
committee. day to pay fines ranging from 65
It is understood that there are to I. -
more than 300 of these soclete The convicted eight, It was stated.
throughout the Island with a total not only beat Mr. Anthony but set
membership exceeding 100,000 own- dogs on him when he remonstrat-
ing more than $500,000. ed with them for gambling in his
= boiler house.
Mr. T. Cambridge, Magistrate,
told them he was determined to
Visito r To Pity put down any attempt at hooligan-
$25 For Whe Whe uin T.o.
Trinidad Guardian COmrreeladent
SCARBOROUGH, Aug. 1.-- D n r i v
Described by Sub-Inspector Mel- Dancer To Give
ville as an unique case for -
bago. was procutn Sh.bow Next Week
Ethelbert Stone for havig t She- o N
whe marks in hi poss7Ylo. Tri ad-born Zerite, IWaterna-
Stone, it was ametis p e- lel d dacer,. bUk hoe s
cent arrival from 'rnda ad ere a flying visit, has co-
was caught trying to Introduce pleted arrangements to give a
this form of gambling among performance at the Royal Victoria
acquaintances here. InstitUte at 80 pjn. on Thursday,
He was fined $2 or two August 24 before her departure for
months. Mexico.

nnm~m mlmnnmnnumum ~ u' I_.. ..


ition Bracelets..... $14.65
lins $10.75
.... $ 4.25
.. .. -$ 5.25
ngs ... $13.65
-from ...... $36.00


f Itvsrts TOMORROW...



st' al'ed Vegetables



SI' trained Soump

W12"No LnIER

ft, IE3CK fssvu=.

now that
Shipments do not arrive as regularly
as In normal times... So, your grocer
may not always have SPAM in stock.
When you me SpAM on the shelves,
get it-quick! For noone knows when
new shipments will arrive. Give your
family, then, a real treat for dinner
or supper! SPAM, you know, is choice
pork meat specially and tastily pre-
pared... and with it "flavor-sealed"

it Is scarce I
by the unique HOUMEL process.

Many Ways to Serve hIt
SPAM can be prepared in many do-
lidcous ways... bakelmd or fried, with
egg... with salads.,. or plain...
Perhaps you will like to try the new
recipe given below The important
thing, however, Is this: If you can
get SPAM today...do not mi the
opportuny/ And if your grocer has
other HOmMIL foods, such as
tongue, chicken ham, eto, stock up
to have them handy for new,


or ~MA odow uee ine
m olAis i~ftuEd
im a dd ea@pmSta Aof.. ....
ead adu 4at hb~x. fiche l. hee
(4F9 V.) a mi i t b -ebM e36ibmi,

i Win the WtoAfoitiGB ofTrindi#,

RBCBrn (lcm=AL FnrD
In 10O ........... 48..$ M
InB i i .............

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1n Wbrary ............. li V .
In April, 41.4 ............... 4.LII
In J yu 1n4 ..............
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I .



RAY. ebmevolent Fund
British Red Croew Acey
at. Dunstan's for War minded
KG. Fund for BaUloM
Lord Mayor's AR. Distress Fund
T'dd Fighter & Bomber Funds
Air Raid Calnteen Fund
R.A.F. Hut Fund
Dependents Men. H.M. Ships
Aid to Russia Fund
Local Emergency Fund
Br. Prisoners of War Fund
Eme.'dhcy Care Orpnisation
Malta Relief Fund
B.&A. Merchant Navy Club
Entertainment B.&A. Naval Forces
United Ser. Knitting Assoc.
Bristol Reconstruction Fund
W.I. Committee War Ser. Fund
Mission to Seamen
Women' Vo*untaL Service
R.A.PF. Transport command
H.Mj8. oahawk & Benbow
uLtary Poets
Oreek War Relief Fund
Anti Aircraft Welfare Organ.
Shipwrecked Mariners Society
Royal Naval penevolent Trust
Royal Naval Club
Save the Children Fund
T'dadlans In Forces Leave Fund
American War Funds
Overseas League Tobacco Fund
Queen Charlotte Maternity Hosp.
Memorial Tablets, HM. Ships
Ex Services Welfare Society
Shipwrecked Survivors
War Distressed Journalists
Fighting Frecht
Chinese -ud Crons Society
Apostleshlp of the Sea
Girl Guides Relief Fund
S8, Augustine Con. Home
RAP Cadets
Auxiliary Territorial services
Navy League
R.C. Women's Canteen Fund
Polish Relief Fund
T'dad Overseas Contingent Welfare


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..... W 00

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.... 2 ,730

:::: Z r


'.. 1..00
.... 1,1040
,1 ,48
.... 1~5900

.... 6,8.47
.... 480.00
.... 1,148.43
.,. 436.44
:.:: 1 :0

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.* 59*3.o
.... 3M*o54

$ 551,0011

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Wednesday, 23rd
Aug. '44

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morna *I .snMuin-
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and San PFemande; at tha G-eI Pit Offle,
Port-of-Spaia an eM l Mey' Orey 0
thrumhout tM Cdehy.

You can also et them at Win the We
Auscistiom CeW Intre4 Perf aedI d b
.y Dtrkt I the Colony

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We toke greet plesNur In eannomelne the
opening of
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Seen to=,Week Of War

w To A Successful Close

many people this has seemed one of
Sthe mot thrilling weeks of the war,
it has certainly been notable for
achievements. Since Sunday the
-flungklekgm of democracy have
iCedwar with an increasing fury which
lu not yet reached Its crescendo, yet
eady the doomed enemy are recoiling
the terrific blows on land, from the
Sa, and In the air. They are being bat-
-KAred relentlessly and methodically, out-
p (neralled and outfought.
S Since Monday the spotlight has been
cmn northern France, where the much-
vaunted Nut Seventh Army, which was
to throw the Allied armies of liberation
Back into the English Channel within
Nine hour, has been caught like a rat
S in a trap and suffered crushing losses
from which it can never hope to recover.
SThe Allies are now apparently in a posi-
Non to claim what virtually amounts to
destruction of the flower of German
tength. Whoever conceived the setting
of the trap at the mouth of the Falaise
salient wa a genius, and those who
secuted the plan will be remembered
among the world's great soldiers.
Whle al& this was going on vast new
armie were secretly assembling for an
a uu on the shores of southern
Srance. The blow was struck on Tuesday
with nch precision and force that the
Naxts wre knocked off their balance and
given an additional reason to wish they
were back In Germany. The Germans
w* now faced with an army fanning out
snd coming up from the south towards
objectives not yet specified, an army
Crowding upon them in the north, and
o tl another obviously waiting for the
signal to crush Kesselring's battered
teroes Io Italy.
That is not all. In the &at the Rus-
ans have recoiled for the final spring
that will carry them into the German
homeland at half a dozen points. They
Share not stragglers whom Marshal Stalin
* has sent to batter down the Nazis' east-
ern frontiers, but huge armies of highly-
ikilled and well equipped men ready and
able to avenge the cowardly assault that
Httler made on unprepared Russia in
the summer of 1941. As things are going
-2 is not Impossible that we may see
Faris, Warsaw, and Riga liberated In the
same week. If that takes place the
period in which It happens may well be
.known as Liberation Week.
The NauW' sparring partner in the
Far East is turning anxiously to Berlin
for guidance. But Hitler is too busy
looking under his chair to think of the
plight of the Japanese, who will have to
seek many tons of face-saving cream
before the United Nations have finished
with them as President Roosevelt
clearly Indicated a few days ago when he
said that Japan, like Germany, must be
Occupied after defeat. An excellent army
of occupation could be raised from

.fktM. Iket. we tno =Wt 0 t
the United tts GoOM afR an air
ftrae th ab Ylmw n t1e the
xudmu wisheV d to tae ov tho Jb.
They Still have s old to ettle
with the JapmS.

Trinidad Trade Goes Up
Though Exports Decrease
IT is not surprising to leanM from the
Customs report for 1943 that the
colony's exports have faten off again,
though our total trade increased by the
substantial figure of $10,287,519. Ex-
ports have been steadily decreasing in
value since the war, which though re-
grettable was Inevitable because of
prevailing conditions and especially the
shortage of labour, reflected In the
figures given In this column on Tues-
day from the Director of Agriculture's
Statistics about the oil industry
are a wartime secret, but If we did
not have this industry it Is obvious
that the adverse balance of trade
would be far greater. This adverse
balance was $17,758,005 in 1943; In 1942
it was $7,965,374. It Is significant how-
ever, that transhlpment business last
year was the highest in ten years and
more than double the previous 12
months' total, while the value of ships'
stores and bunkers, though not as large
as in 1941 and 1942, was more than
seven times as high as that of the last
pre-war year. This favourable result
springs in great part from Trinidad's
geographical position. '
Since the war began the value of im-
ports from Canada and the United
States, as well as the percentage of
imports from those countries, has in-
creased considerably. This Is particularly
true of Canada, which is now sending us
more than 31 per cent of our require-
ments compared with 14 per cent in
1939. The United States is, however, our
largest supplier with over 32 per cent
to its credit. Though not such a big
jump over the 25 per cent of the first
war year, this is the highest percentage
credited to the United States in ten
years, and the value of imports from that
country in 1943 ($19,597,890) is like-
wise the biggest in a decade.
There can be no doubt that Canada
and the United States will loom large in
our trade picture from now on, and the
Dominion is clearly determined to do
everything possible to keep the West
Indies as a good customer, though we
hope to see a healthy revival of imports
from Britain after the war. In this set-
ting the discussions which delegates of
the Incorporated Chambers of Commerce
of the British Caribbean are expected to
have in Canada next May will be ex-
tremely important.
There has been a year-by-year decline
in imports from Britain since 1941,
when the value dropped by about
$2.500,000 below 1940. This is also true
of the value of our export trade with the
Mother Country, but that has been due
more to a general decline in our exports
than to anything else, for Britain has
remained our best customer, taking the
highest percentage of our products in
1943 as she did in 1939, though in a
rather altered ratio to other countries.
This is a fact whose implications both
ways will not be forgotten in the final
post-war accounting.

ket Induces."
Once labour Involved in the pro-
duethIn of comMetLcs has to do with
the filling of containers and label-
ling them, for which no qTualca.s
tion required, I presume he refers
to the technical personnel.
Your correspondent must be
either a foreigner or a naUtive with
a tremendous Inferiority complex
The qualified men he refers to will
have to be got from Port Said or
Sinapore, for where else will one
find experience in the manufacture
of cosmetics for such a hetero-
eous population as ours with all it
varying differences of complexion,
= of skin quality of hair? not
to mention the climatic conditions
of 80F. and increased chemical ac.-
tivity due to actinic stimulation of
strong sunlight.
Our company maintains a fully
equipped chemical laboratory and
a staff of chemical advisers in the
persons of a petroleum technolo-
gist, a physician, a pharmaceutical!
chemist, and a member of the staff
of the Imperial College, in addition
to having associated with It two
beauty parlours, but I do not know
whether W.A.M. considers this
qualification enough, i
What is required is machines
and equipment, automatic fillers,
and fancy containers, all of whicn
are unobtainable due to war con-
ditions. But from the point of view
of meeting the requirements of our
population, it will be found that
the products of our company, ad-
usted as they are to local condl-
tone and local people, will more
than satisfy the demand.
More Adult Classes Needed
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
Through the courtesy of Mr. P.
0. Des Sources, the organiser and
supervisor, and the invitation of
th: deputy supervisors, I had the
pleasure of attending every social
function held by the students of
the adult classes in Port-of-Spain.
Judging from what I saw and
heard on those occasions, I feel that
we, the people of Trinidad, especial-
ly those in quest of a better educa-
onowe a deep debt of gratitude
to Government and the Director of
Education for starting the classes.
Every function was of a good
standard, and I was especially
pleased with the keen interest dis-
played by the students, and the
praiseworthy manner in which they
spoke of their tutors.
I suggest that en the re-opening
of the elementary schools In Sep-
tember. the Director of Education
should send a circular to head-
teachers In districts not yet served
by these classes, calling upon them
to submit a list showing the num-
ber of persons in their districts who
are willing to take advantage of
this opportunity offered by Govern-
The list should reach the Educa-
tion Department by the end of
October, so that the Director of
Education may have sufficient time
to arrange for the beginning of
classes throughout the Colony next
To get early Information, head-
teachers should arrange to have
prominent members of the commu-
nity give lectures encouraging the
people. and the more backward ones
n particular, to join the move-
Ut wold. Think, be a great pity
If Government should defer an is-
laM-wide campaign in this con-
From the chats I had with sev-
eral teachers in the country dis-
tricts. I know that thousands ae
awaiting the call.
Will Government help now?
Teachers' Salary Query
The Rditer. "Trinidad Guardian."
It i encouraging to read of the
new outlook outlined by the Direc-
tor of Education at the Teachers'
Conference Mlast Monday. At long
last this Colony seemsenu to me to be
blessed with one who has a clear-
.ut and worthy education policy in
Would that those who 'run the
show' of Oolonial administration
more fully appreciated the Import-
ance of training for democratic
citlmenship; for if they did, the
Director's progressive plans might
not encounter difficulty.
Incidentally may I ask who ti
responble for the delay in the
matter of an Unproved salary scale
lor teachers?
The recommendations of the
Wakefleid Committee, in my opin-
ion, contained little that was really
new to teachers and others actively
engaged In de-eloping and enritch-
Ing uoman personality, although
IMnltt, gh
they we not. evidently, the views
of our legIslatonrs; especially those
who Msensitive fingers daly with
the purse6-strlngs of the Coovy.
Ian Fernans o
IVAN-cart Owner (Caraplehal-
ma): Your letter will be considered
for publication on receipt of your
full name and address.

Amts the eSumt l is Mh-ier bark
Dome B nthe ducking wee away away
wtth. t ending of the day
uth a caresM trom night's
sweet are.
Tos sk into her arms beyond the spark
Of ld that Unr yet upon the edet
Of day. where duck ud darkness meet
to pled
Adleu-to snk tntf the sloom md def.
out that we may days asgBor 'lSan*.
Wor chlp9... use e un ls ttta in wain
a only kmom If tha w e-m0 a ew 4
Tkce more-tb hl-s -haiiinr* aculo
wu" labhf Berts a* er e 1Mf mm
t Ind and W te *byy a higbr will.






--IF Government N


Farm Maager, Stock Farm
Cetre, St. Lucia, Windward h
APLICATIONS e Invited for Ma .Mntmeatmau
of the eSoek Farm and Dairy Oentre tobift~
Windusit Ulnaft. Th a ,% of the peat Ise
anualInesenUmts ef M0. 2fAt ont: t m l
mre than the minimum g pa d AbaM u e
dats jurtUy it. In -idtlom, the bolhoer fEt
to fes- wt funid qartem at UM D S
taMurg ana beteo allowance oat t0 per zangOj7*
rltasnfarUanaaer wil be primarily e.x-d
to sutm with the utabllshuent of
Colony, and to give enersi auutmane with Unyutoc
far as lila primary duuu spermit.
sCaniadtes should have pactUcal exneriane O
animal husbandry. The Oel ed adidatI k gIht
undergo, on apponinment, a peal coun In al
about 4 manta duration, for which all ex ne ssQs
A attm should be alredmd to the Dksa'
aaMwent &f A flt twe far the Wmtn *i 1d
Th. appiMate sueeldntite lhi e ead a e s
The aBlfeMit should etsao hte age and wheb ihrIM

E. F.T


With Rommel by the threat, and HIer-ftbot- aphs do justice
mometie.-allowed a lat yap through eeorlety, General Ment-
gomery takes a minute off at his buy field headquarters. Rommel,
a brown spaniel and Hitler, a black and white fex terrier, ascom-
pany the Commanuder of British GroUnd Forces In France on his
battle campaigns, as well as his pet canaries in the eage in the
background.-(Brittish Official photo.)

Adult Classes Offer Scope

To Further Health Education

The adult evening classes are a cubicle lavatory for women, with a
splendid opportunity to get at man in charge to usher them in and
out. Of course, he stands guard by
the parents of schoeolehildren the door, much to the disguit of
here to instruct them en health decent folk.
matters, the writer of this arti- As there Is no convenience on the
e s e s trains, passengers who do not want
de suggests; especially so with to risk being left behind, wait until
the four-man committee head- they reach their destinations ; so
ed by Cl. Sir Alexander u- s. ometimes upwards of 30 females
ed by ldtinl Du Cn e f push and drag at this door.
sell, additional Deputy Chief In other elvilised countries this
Medical Officer temporary), class of health provision is in
Department of Health for many places made underground.
Scotland, Just set up by the There Is a large compound on the
eastern side of the San Fernando
Secretary of State for the Col- Station where something in keeping
ones at the request of Govern- with civilised customs could be
meat to review the Colony's built, either below or above ground.
medical and health policy, di In San Fernando and Port-of-
pocy, Spain, these conveniences could be
S te begin work shortly, made to pay for themselves. As In
other modern countries. Toilet ap-
By 2. MKENZIKE-MAVINGA pmratu--wahing,, combing, brush-
in-could be included, and a small
The motion brought In the Legis- fee charged. The revenue should al-
latlve Council some weeks ago b ways be more than enough to pay
the Hon'ble Gerald Wight, Junior the attendant.
member for Port-of-Spain, calling
on Government for an inquiry Into Get At The Pare ts
the medical services of the Oolony G t P re
came none too soon. Now that a
committee has been seact up for this Hygiene Is on the school currizu-
purpose, expedited no doubt by the lum, and it must, therefore, be pre-
Hon'ble gentleman's visit to the sumed that the teachers give health
Colonial Secretary at Downing lessons to the children. There is
Street recently, it is to be hoped now a splendid opportunity for
that its Inquiry will really cover all adult classes. These classes could
the phases of the Colony's health be effective as health propaganda
services, getting at the parents through the
It cannot be denied that health centres.
services in Trinidad have not ad- At the moment the V.D. campaign
vanced very much since 25 years is current talk and those in charge
ago, although our Government and are searching for avenues through
the municipal health departments which to spread the knowledge
employ staffs of competent medical which will lead to prevention.
officers, sanitary Inspectors, and There is a system of adult classes
nurses, existing In East Africa. These
The fault In some cases does not classes are not organized for gen-
seem to be with the officers so much eral education like here, but are
as with the amenities provided by called reading classes, and are do.
the authorities. In other cases, too, Ing very valuable work in health
the owners of large properties are Inatruction to the natives.
careless over health Improvement In Nigeria, a few well-organised
measures which it is their duty to adult classes were started a few
initiate, years alo. They are not run purely

Stock Exesme
To give one instance, there tIs a
well known country village where
all, or nearly all, the land is owned
by one proprietor. It ist a malaria
hole; the drainage system is so poor
that the canals are throughout the
year filled with stagnant water.
Health conveniences in Port-of-
Spain leave much to be desired to
snake It the modern city it should
be. "A war Is on, tis the stock ex-
cuse for all short-comings, but the
war is only five years old, and many
of the nuisances that now exist
were there leng before it started.
In places like the Transfer Sta-
tion, and the Belmont Orphanage
siding, where a fairly large number
of persona stand for a long time
waiting for trams or trollybuses,
there are no public conveniences.
Except far the dirty ones at Ma-
rine Square-Henry Street corner,
the whole of the city area from Toll
Gate to St. Vincent Street and be-
yond has none.
In nearly every ward of the city,
if not all. this lack ot health pro-
vision exists. San Fernando and
Arlma are as bad, but the arrange-
ment at the San Fernando Rafl-
Station takes the cake. There,
nearly 300 passengers land from
every train yet there Is only one-

for academic educauon as nere but
more on the lines of cultural classes
aiming specially at the elimination
of Ignorance in health matters.
It is stated in the report of the
Committee on Nutrition in the Col-
onial Empire, whose work included
Inquiries on health conditions in
the Colonies (page 119, paragraph
343). that health propaganda work
in Ceylon and Malaya has been
most effective where opportunities
for meeting the people in small
communities have been available as
4n adult classes.
Lectures For Adults
The Economic Advisory Council
responsible for this report has
taken pains to recommend, among
either methods of propaganda, the
use of adult classes. Some people
advance as a reason for the lack of
proper public health amenities, the
people's ignorance of the use of
such amenities. Probably. It Is for
that reason the municipalities will
not provide decent public conveni-
If that contention be correct, the
people must be taught, and the Di-
rector of Education will- giving
material help If he would include
health lectures by competent per-
sona at lea once a week in the
adult night classes.

I Tomorrow's Church


T cm., T he ely r ist; 9.s0&M.. S0.80 a.m.. C, i"t"- Porvie; ?p.m.,
Iata and* Person; I^ *m Wanne--ss **am" : sorwift r *ar.PV s.11 T. W.
and ereecm. ,%*t 6NA
1,30 e.m.. IfyJ. U. tuet. N.D.; I ,THEORAL. OJTHE IMMACULATE
M.r, Mvonlng Servies by the AJeorteB C"C lElTION
tnirtm 'S f ta nnt es Tera Maos.: 5 m,. 5 a4 ... .m.. m a. m ,
Preacher; Chaplain Davenport. And i.. e tl I Detas ion. and
Rundogs: .30 .1.: lads Pokd usa IUAnRSTS ROAD
a.a.. eWnedai. mIm a fSormT44t 1 am".^
u Rith mo Sa3 a I .Bt- l a5la Mrs.
Sunday: .3 6 am. and T p.m. Wese-i Asete.
daYe T. .t,--.
All are welcome.
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SS ^R. T. 0 .Mtd*. tw Im Wy .
Rev. HMY Cok* Pit Glo I*^%!..38 ,.
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(Wooff Strdltrest) ZSZWAu
11 am. liable xx 6e l .. t.iS liP,.# SR., OL M o tt oi. ee n. csuet
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Leather Footwelr
United States I

Importers who
allotted quotas uMA
submit aPPUcatlup U
for the importat-
ing types of 1bw
United States of
than the 24th
Infante Shoes

hn Girls' j,

er cent.o mwi
the Unite 8ate~
Children's and
cations for R~a
must reach
Supply Missionl
September, 1944.
Quotas not t
August, 1I944,

Old Post O1
7, St. Vine
16th August,

The Trinidad Social Welfare
Committee has set up an organisa-
tion sub-committee for the puir-
pose of studying the co-ordination
of the voluntary social services in
the Colony.
As a first step the sub-commlt.
tee is gathering Information as to
existing voluntary bodies engaged
in social work.
A questionnaire has accordingly
been issued to voluntary bodies
known to the Committee and they
will be glad If appropriate groups
which have not received it will
communicate with
Social Welfare Committee,
P.O. Box 134,
Social Welfare Officer.


It tis notified for the Information
of proprietors of cocoa estates, who
desire to take immediate advan-
tage of the proposal for the plant-
ing of areas forming part of
their cocoa estates under the con-
ditions provided in the variations
to the Cocoa Subsidy Scheme In
Council Paper No. 61 of 1940, that
the last date for the submission of
anpUlications, which would Involve
the supply of rooted cuttings of
types provided by Government Pro-
pagators during next year (1945),
has been fixed at the l1st August,
let August. 1944.



Senior Commander P. Hamz
A.T.S. who is on a visit to this Q
be at Coblentz Guest House from
12 noon on Monday 21st Au
would be delighted to see the p!
relatives of A.T.S. enlistees fro0
who are stationed in Washington


Will any person who can ive any Inform5tt
arrest and conviction of those persons who t
P-5962, Black Ford va, the proprety of Brig. Mkg
on 1st August. 1944, between 7.50 pm. and .1 |M
Boulevard; and
P.-6588, two-seater Ford. painted maroon, the
J. Crooks; stolen from outside the Victoria
P.m. and 11.25 p.m. on 15th August, 1944;
please communicate with the Criminal InvestkIUg
nearest Police Station.
Members of the Public are warned that wheUIJ
to park their vehicles unattended, they sho_ J4th
removing the Ignition key and, If possible, llOEs tg*
(Sgd.) & 0. N.
For Supeti

LIST of unclaimed articles in possession i
North Eastern Division to be sold at MI
at Arimo Police Station on Wednesday, ;3
1944, at 1.30 p.m.
lady's Brown Leather Wallet. .
Gent's Elswick Bicycle Frame. mSerial NO. IKI.
1h lree Bicycle Wheels, One Frent and Baebc
One Pair Glasses. .
Lady's Phillip Bicycle, Serial No. 73679.
One Motor Car DiMe Wheo
Gent's Combination Bicyole, Serial No. 31 ';
One Wheel Barrow.
Two Pek-Axee.
Two Rakes.
One Mattaek.
One Small Hoe.
On Small Spade.
Two Dicwes
One Banking nee
GVt's PhIlp lBol Serial W. K_ NO
Gent's HIereis ey ek, Serial No, M.. so ,,-
eet's Aimeriean Uielek rasa )nm
Two VIOes Vat 1i s3a .
One Piyamna Sluit.
Ferw (4) Gent's Mimes
18 Pisces Ld 'Dres Material
II Plsw Gent's 8"ltic. i
9 (lent's ffirts .
I Pees XKhaki Drill.
Oe m Nlumber Ueyele Frane. ..
Elven (i) gSteel D)rumm INlom SW OWd
OCe arM Doer Key (Al).
Tw Wottles Um. .
O n o4tle ernaes Vat o1 Rum
n'm' Pbqlllp MeleS. Serial eNo ff
ue Wtwv w pst's Bcyleyce with i
f Mslk 0aM *e. eO .-A_
'Wael Beltk.."*
Ofhw A#4 mv des. .
Ofe Nickel Wrist Watch and UaaL ",'t

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27 Frederick Street,


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TmTINIAD G- a,. wWS9BW, AToOuT 1. itM.

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Rod 4 Iolato

&aind threat-
g~an1sB id-
oeW declared
o 1th Germnan
Si puS n tfai
05e, had beIti
Idnn of b t9c.

iremt Smoce Oft
to rtW. el-
h patof It
-M W.i ad
-ualww aerial

We out in great
the enemy on
me today.
I backigt into a
eir own at the
British nm those
were suwmon--

B- fleet to try to get
H ars could get much
B a, on which they
8t tr a showdosm battle
Sat-m the river which
p tidal, K wde and
lie*etwas thrown into
trW atr skias and at
or more barges wait-
the Germans across
within 4 4 hours
a rmoured and 612
;, trying to get them
il t German air
i e and attempted to
i old fury against the
D 'eux, and 50 ene-
m er knocked down.
Supreme Headquar-
lIts movement with a
asercy. the usual signal
was travelling fast
Ithe capture of Authon,
"e south of Paris, was
Sthis new enveloping
Sthe Argentan-PalaF e
Normandy trap was
according to one
H~boadasI and Alliedl
EmsUllng the remnants
while the attacking
back out of the line of
of the Canadians
th with the Americans
-suth-.,was reported at
Southeast of Falaifse.
If the pocket had dwin-
tosignificance that the
of British and Cana-
-were released and drlv-
east after the enemy,
river barrier after an-
_Oe point they were no
56 miles from Rouen.
pouring across the
out four to six miles
Troarn and seven
Caen In a drive along
ward the mouth of the
towns as Bassenville,
SJullen Le Paucon and
I quick succession.
10Uth and in the van-
eastward push were
w4ho struck out 15 miles
and seized Les
about 55 miles south-
ithe British and the
SAllied forces swept up
miles southeast of
M these forces, other
I)osed to Chambols, six
of Argentan, and
!H rrowed the escape gap
t0ports that the Ger-
had to endure the
any mechanized
Suffered in the apace
homrs. This mourning
e concentrations of
rnsport were spotted.
in all, and aircraft
Second Tactical Air
on them. Tonight
Reported that the
_; b pletely destroy-
German vehicles, in-
tanks. Pilots report
chaos burnt out
blocking of roads
moving for miles
S r this day's work
Mbrs were grounded.
ers took over and
W ent on non-stop.
I ghter-bombers at-
I and road transport
Irbl. Polish Mustangs
416 out of 60 German
th met over Meaux,
I- of Paris.]
|Nfy Pocket
M- End
battle of annlhils.
oward a climax to-
N*Onnandy trap.
48 hours probably will
final destruction by
surrender of Field-
r1on Kluge's doomed
Write ~On a hilltop over-
tbOttte area, the massed
MM* f.ltlsh, American and

Im- v- W%- V- ao-.

IUu uu iquc1 Kobot ..omb Victim Argentina

te Seineas aprd e esExpopration
Policy Stated
man 41steel into e. -
the ftepped .ny WASHflMo1MqAvg. Is (AP).-
ling around in Terint ena by e Arne-
AItI-TrI _aa toavint was an hrsdby *+h0 Ar-
s.uat-et, n eng e Ig aI u. tineGovernmrest to tmepopin
Ao wriths te Aiqeran. Ohe r --,Int M p, Of

Brid:she Germans sew t are i a ___ ^ ,^-rtsoe3tas.adoenu
def a d to bit s u t, try, 1 XT- current versions which mJy aLeet
escape..the traditional reg of Ar -
unsa i the beas 9Cna s Una. deie f iromte s

Nastn t ~ltV pocet AU tr*W uttaenmtd_~o of ail huu erve ocs
bu sd iick o ft tArqm tractuaj ol blitations, and rewspec
benamatWe O pdiance 81e111ns of all Itiateledy acquired pa
area. In ts mkd-E els I Io uzItls t
however, three Allied be- ad wf enmd rent. h th Argentiwae ftev-
sion pushing the = ,ted rn tody~. in adabinet imeetinf hl
=lMeoad hft vuewuning ody.1 teIsu tefell".-
osWmeM whe nged A di out pU ateAtoent: 'ArgentIMe or rfen
durin Tro I II rs invested in this country
A Spn Wsio add: e pvIn no cae be ex popited except
aIu the ohe nai east, his byy negt latlon and through
ance oIs ch g notweakrt, sPrOCema l lA versions unilateral
outce going we ke .al" procedures In connection therewith
Pan ing out betheFlalessng a Diib mb vitm~ e e n i~ o iti

tm infatry n bkce follow i- n.ing. ..i i ustdbe considered absoltel an
in the wake ela 1 wate soere lIft alC sprrtdLe bonin a robot bosfb ifo.led."". .

Senator ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Sic laselar December the Argeefl-t- u ltit. ^t ..t-f^?1^ < <
isles Bardel, seven ml to the gram te wroekae of a bs tC g In Leado a irm t pby tine 1 agme ecnma er the Arotn-
southwest, and wore nrfita gp r ob t he Po)- ap o t) ti overnmna t h Is exproptrit

Sttspraetpjsuno iicul asbe onctd S? St"""0'11 Sixe1? ^Ameia publi utilties one:
Bju=t with the AWicai. Other .... ..... ai American public ullt
aitnh nns e ae oJa St.d Martin British, lone Swiss and Sewr
deMexand Viguata.&" of Argentine holdings..O Juy2
des exa ndBaron Held For Housing Se P d G lPat this war. the Government issued a
....aed eaee ed o Adecree re iringa cen Jutoybe
Hi tlehr PlotoF ugitiv ee taken of al public service cones.
LenND Ang, A 8 1 (Reuter)-- ome a YT es4. war with the added view of der.
vowing UntedOes Te irftsi tngt ~m~o~[I rea tearmeaAng the conditions under
Sthat Baron Kraft Von i which the original concession wa
Sei Sinator O e sad Tiad aro n ljaf Vopa Fron t R t et granted. This movement was Inter-
a te T dO, A .. r Front Retreat peted r a oe
eb atode To ane oi A D i v oe t cation that Argentina was pro-
De bate Tey dou r Myrc on L pasg t Ivolved io ol pe ia ri n t oe w k ad i
S q mr'c -e ."*LTthe Hitler plot, have been ar- --- ...parin to make a "blanket" expro-
ee i rested rpo h n WADE WERNER priation of those, public utilities it
r e n the srclb pvlo e, considered it could haondleInstead
A acquire In the search for Goeda elero LONDON, Aug. 18 (AP)-Nalzcf making expropriations"piece-
It was discovered that Palom- prpgn&aece ea r-Meal."
propaganda agencies began pe el
SIN Nn had kept tho Sr tive hid- cparin th Germanl aei today -
Ien OOg. Aug d.en ofr etim coet f i erl the hsotick ofw more 194an an shoepo on
Senator McKellar. Democrat of In the lhnsdat u distr is t t, nh ter o t pat
Tennessee, told the Senate today Saxony. ftern-from n large srn nectios1 Of1 r
England slould grant to the United The property of the Palom-rlre ac f1943M sReport
vtae permeant possession of bini couple has been confla ted France tand announce that erad Held U N
Baermuda and the West Indian s by the state. They are both George Patton's armed searheads p: NoTypist
lands she now controls. likely to suffer severe penal- already had reached within 12
In the ca seof Japlm nese-mandated ti msle of Pari Municipal circles hinted yester-
Islands in the Pacific, Senator Me- Transocean said General Pat- day that It was quite poSsie that
nKellar declared: "taWe are entitled ton's main thrust was along the Alderman Dr. TIlo P. Achong's
to them under the rules of war." Palo e Nte o high road leading to Versailles," mayoral report for i43 and Coun-
The author of the resolution etoP o co .,. western suburb of Paris. cillor H. 0. B. Woodung's report
put the Senate on record sf n ted Ta sf er The agency added: a the war of for this year will greet each other.
vourng United Satates acquisition O n r movement in the greater area Asked yesterday when he hoped

be take- niteaued "Prc owessotegdute O n Tre anesferlu sees abour ParpisasbledI toe wAsto sruc er l h etckad r
of island outposts for future pro-s neihb ouring Pars has led to to release h report. Alderman
section, Senator McKellar said : Trinidad Guardian Correcapondelt series of heavy bIattles in the last Achong stated that he had already
"Perhaps the most dicult islands PAL Aug. -Markng 24 hours." completed and forwarded It to the
to obtain would be the islands of appreciation of his services to th Hitler's voelklcher Beobach- Town Clerk but understood that
Bermuda. They stand out as our district during the past two years, ter" frankly said the German army there was difficulty in getting it
principal point of defence in the a number of residents here, at a would pull out whenever neoes- typewritten.
event of attack by any EurIope n farewell function held In Lix so to "maintain operational re- He expressed his Inability to
nation We should have those honour ona Tuesday night at the quency" and keea p the forces In venture a guess as to when isre-
islands by all means. T.P.D. sporting club pavilion, paid being until a miracle weapon could port would be ready for release.
"I believe." he added, "that Great high tribute to Sergeant Evtans "change the whole aspect of the
Britain ought to be considerate Greaves, Police N.C.O. in charge of war." and added: "Tnis final goal
enough to our country to yield the district, is more important than holding on
these Islands to us." Sergeant Greave is on transfer to French territorial depart- 9 Mo ths' Se
Senator McKellar said the West to Penal where he will assume mnta."- nt s tnce
Indian islands are mal and not charge. Ludwig Se rtorus. Transocean Fo W i
very valuable and I amt convinced A purse sumbcribed by residents military commentator, s d, "the r ounding
If we made a demand on Great was presented to Sergt, Greave by strategy of the German defence
Britain for these islands In the mr. L, 1. Jones, treasurer of the will be changed or already has Donald Lacey was yesterday
general settlement that she would club, after speeches by Mr. I F. been changed" as a result of the sentenced to nine months' impri-
not hesitate at all in delivering Shurland and Mr. 0. C. Harvey in rapid Allied advances between the sonment by Mr. A. J Hamilton
Them to us, In two great wars we which the qualities of thesergeant middle Seine and the middle who, in the Second Police Court.
have been more than generous toi were lauded. Loire. convicted him of maliciously wound-
Great Britain." Siergt. Greaves replied suitably He said: "As during various in Carmelit Hinds.
The Senator said French poses- and promised that if he evec re- phases of the eastern Campaign. Taking u his wife' cause with

donsl.. th Cmlbea area U&x h ouldj tun ed t 11aV11 Soo hewul ry hae o h eastern cain. 'akuphs ie' wt
sdons in the Caribbean area should turned to Palo Seco he would carry elastic defence In depth now whom Hinds had quarrelled.Lacey
be taken because "Prance owes us out his duties in the same zealous seems also applicable In the west. struck her with a stick and frae-
an enormous sum from the last and fair manner. The mobility of the enemy will be turd her hand.
World War and she has not paid Mrs. Greaves was preented with counteracted by the mobility of Lacey told the court that the
us, and in this war she deserted a bouquet of flowers, the defences. In this defence woman had abused his wife so he
there will be no striving rapidly pushed her and she fell and frae-
JanuenResentsi.Urather to keen them back and
Spiessitindeoconentrate them for cotuter- Pleading guilty through their
blowniwentihn pporiun
In Liberated t y blows whe n the opportune roD-solicitorMr. R. F. Nathaniel of
KINGSTON, Aug. 17 (OP)- tnirpy Mbnusarrivfin e s to keep a sopur recoRo
o h a for hThiedwith the001-their epirlto bukep m, ae Juneo t o
aquirint Jamaica, where bases wtAug.1t AP)-Alled au-a ontia ieOstern front sug- Young Brothers, a city firm. wai
are established, in common with thorities announced 95 per cent of 71er fined $10 by Mr. W. J. Andre.
other British Caribbean islands was Italian spies and saboteurs des- paring for withdrawal on a much ls Nathaiel explained thai
otstronglyresentedIen, all sections~ pathed Ity hadGenmis to liber- faster scale than the retreat thus the record was not kept because
of thepreoplenofthed Islandwhcat Ibeen rounded up. far. of the carelessness of a clerk who
fal to see why America should The statement said their arrest -- was employed a few days before
seize a military necessity for has been made easy by "the cynistFs NCH RALLIED the Incident.
whose social cal d7 dat t i bI the Gar- N A I
wanting Jamaica whoe Mms' for the v an safety of LNDON, Aug. 18 (Router)-
standard is almost completely those they employ. Sixteen Algon radio said tonight that FrENCH MAY LEAViE VICKY
alien to theirs. ~ omne fte LNOAg 8 (P.-
They foresee race troubles on have been executed andimany me- Gefteral Cachet, Commandeor of the LONDON, Aug. It (AP).-A
such a scale that there would'be tenced to UMW*0cni t. while Flrench forces In the interior, has German broadcast today mi*d the
no hope In Jamaica for the self- many remain to be tried soon. It given orders to his forces In 10 de- Germans may announce tomorrow
government now given her by declared almost everyone round artments In southern France whether the seat of the collabora.
up "talked freely, giving the Allies to take Immediate action against tionit French Government will be
Britain. particular of oth a agents." The the Germans. moved from Vichy.
statement warned others to Our-
render before it is too late.
News Shorts
LONDON, Aug. 18,(AP).-Stock- Mine W workers
holm sources closely following thW
Finnish situation, said that ecre UnionsMer e
.^..-. i .. bvtheMUnninrheisMGoe-rge

actvbivtf 'BY *e A****"a*-e** %ffuv
ernment indicated that concrete
steps toward an armistice with
Russia may be in the making, per-
haps within a fortnight.
LONDON, Aug. 18 (Reuter).-
General de Lattre do Tassigny, the
commander of the French Porcem.
landed on French soil yesterday.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 18 (AP).-
The Navy announced today that
a medium-aized United States mer-
chant vessel was torpedoed and
sunk in the South Atlantic in the
latter part of July with no casual-
ties. Survivor. were landed at
LONDON, Aug. 18 (Router)-The
third anniversary of the British
National Fire Services was cele-
brated today. Mr. Herbert Morrl-
son. the Home Secretary, Issued an
Order of the Day to All sections Of
the service.
After commenting in scathln
terms of t' ling bomb, he sali
that large e 's of the National
Fire Servi'. were now ready to
play their part In the Uliberatlon of
the Continent. I







- AT -

LONDON, Aug. 16 (Reuter) -
A conference of the British Mine
Workers Federation in Nottingham
today agreed to merge the districts
union federations Into one single
national union. The proposal will
be submitted to ballot vote in 22
districts. If it is approved the
national union of mine workers
will come Into existence later In the
Hitherto separate unions were
affllixted to the Miners Federation.
Britain Will Settle
With Japs Personally
NEW BEIDFORD, Massachusetts.
Aug. 17 (CP).-Sir Gerald Camp-
bell, British Minister to the United
States, declared today that Britain
has a score to settle with Japan, and
the "British Intend to take a per-
monal hand In settling it." He
added that "this Is our fight as well
as your fight."
LONDON, Aug. 18 (Reuter),-
Algiers radio tonight said German
losses In Normandy In killed, pri-
soners and wounded were estimated
at 400,000.

nlt "h L? mo on s~u t,-
omes, wf aId m te
MotBmh paielmredto
* acs whish Irrltagm tbw

***ld l toCIIalln"lBIDEgmSeIn o.
0mw ot "foaw
I~N df
a~ a few
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chassis lubrication every

1000 miles and

periodic engine

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of care that

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Satnt ftle._

Peron Seeking

IMplomato oberer have been
pecu~tinb that Oloel Peron.
Vtee-P t of Argentina, may
atart a political owve oon aimed
at e' ablHiigl umllt AX costUttu-
tional pr= =e4t I ArbonI naU-
ofIcal crces. claii keowloidga
of the Argealne atdation,, ex-1
pre the opnio that PUR
m1 Won cause a general election
and be a eondatq for the premil-
dency. possibly with a evtan M
a running o unotScetal recis here M
the lifting of the cenesorship
part of a long-rafte epine
for popular support for t tual
Per0n candidacy.

Nazi Newspapers
Drastically Cut
LONDON, Aug. 17 (Reuter) -
Dratc cut in the Geroma news-
rt uppy was annouced today
a, broacast by the 0 n
NM Agncy. Shortly there will be
only two illustrate mglaneC in
the Reich. Some news apen will be
merged, some will go out of exist-
enee altogether, and publication of
Sunday newspapers will cease.
Puither dratc cuts are being
planned for periodical -alrMady re-
duced to about eight per cent of
their pre-war paper cosumptilon.,
All dailies, with the exception of
nationally important newspapers,
will be reduced to four pages and
a half aheet on week days. and aix
pages on Sundays. All dalies will
appear on only six days Instead of
every day of the week. with the
exception of six nationally import-
ant newspapers,. "MaideburXuiahe
Zeitung"-one of the newspapers to
cease publicatlon-haa been In the
hands of one family since 16M6.
No. 9, La Seiva Avenue,
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ft 'ago= vw and M r ard Ms. Wd^GIcmte f %@ S w S w" t i * tifa
M. 10110its NW ai wrty ivnbyM.en'd M81 .'eNaai a dmers a hea ssmmwmbtun s
u52a n ^ ,.. n M.Lw. mw KAem E m ,.
MissL3 j i u m o1apitru er, fgr Vimev e ta nW-a" W 19.k LtnB andi a ntefrta" by 111
eStoaaSd3oN m sad wad mues Th e ten tea m -
S 1 002.tin ltlid 1 Wrixght at Oovernment eciaWlly t ltak part Ina gen. I
MBW e &lHls r eigtranm ot hold on Saturday tou
0 afternoon in aid of then r al.
L A9 o W s* iTg. at Hiof Hi ne Enliency the Ac Osovr#o. crw soieta"dthoewas S
*Imae; by J the Jan infomdal dance at the club "fteo r
di dO sr*6ntan InTh e taetens tournament Was a Co
lik thoroughly noy
ae Rea r-Admiral 0. M. Read mid his Aide Lieut. games and the deleio w tee which
011114 wn ear Aaudhs Adg.iaeconorZiTramsaniethe o kou x tenooe h
il.meralBucher" hd is Aide Lt lW Commodore a was served by Mrs. H. Mawsyn. sH
.p,t rlg pdadler MavtooPduto, Lt. O hOnel Jervis; I- sted by other Pointe-a-Perre Gl o
mBMr@line Udo, Colonel wm. Rattan. r. and Mrs. huladles. M.
B," tut.-ol. sAd Mrs. eS.-Coon, Mr. and Mrs. de Ther was a large entry-over Mr
gand Ki" doComnarmond; ieut.-Ool. end M"s. 70-and the courts at Co cord had Pa
en Mrs. Claud tt jr, Mr. and Mrs. Labrador, Dr. and to be used in addi'tin to thoee at Lls
a. ws. j ..Savtori,Mr. d Mr. P", lre [loMg the club, but everything wa very R
i shfW, o rdn Capr and Mrs. Wic Ollbs' .... transport diffkculties. dh-18nt
on tiSanderoand Mrs.t. onge. Commander and well-organised and there were no a_
Konmander shSforCipt.andIM.;Q0UJ& transport 41fficultim H
um Lveing. Major and MrS. Ormond RiddelU., Capt. The players were divided Into 8
Wilfred AltIon, Mr. Duncan Watson, Mr. and Mrs. four zones in charge of four emlf- 8
Mr and Mrs. Allan Storey. Mr. Walter Scott, Mr. and clal--Mr. J. Nethersole, Mr. 0. Sh
-0 P.' l -rln Calpt. MCDOU '. MajoSr Hawkins, iMrs. Perelra, M. W. F. Ross and Mr. G. Ia
p.aP. I", Der" Mrs. CPty Ablton Mr. and Mr nAmer. Mme. Thorns-and the scoring wasn o G"!
ill HCold and Mr. miss mith, Mm 1...Dorothy the lines of an American tourna- and
Mr. and M rs.I Barrow, M. Be1"lard. Mr. Oterta, Senior mont ery pair had to play three I1
d6iM.UeMnr Mert' AS ]aver a aintevery otherpair in IB
Halfmidt. A.TA. Junior uCommanader M Y A.S., theizone to determine the sonme by
H Ab.4.UeUt. Vivian, A.T.S. winners, and this made the tennis amn
r000 on* eR oadi n very strenuous as well an interest- For
'A PARTY given at her mother's new home on ColM Road, In 1lar
engagement of Min Jean Canning, the daughter of Mr. One point was scored for each i
Canning and the late Mr. E. H. canning, to Lieut. Pat game won, and four zone winners mu
was announced on Wedneeday evening. r. were passed to the finals, in which Ion
esrgtho Iinvited were Lieut.-Oommander and Mrs. DarLow, each pair had to play nine games A
and Mr. Tim Cardew. Lieut.ComMander and (three against each of the other and
s at 2aid ,M Aft Cicely Boyce, Miss Betty Wells, three pairs). Mri
.' Parry, Miss a&ra Hutchinson, WMs Mr. W. W. Watson and Mrs. H. IPSa
oeeg Sains Comek Lteut. ymn, Leut.ydlA LIOU C. Since (formerly Mis Sheila. Re,
t.T ut.o a, ieut. Williams, Lieut. Hatton, Stoute) were victorious with silx and
BB'*. f gllmeyer. and Mr. philip Thompson. wins, Mr. Hunter Archer and Mrs. Roi
nanI uitaoIjsut. I 3 olds with the rest of the party went J. R. C. Boyce were second with X.
t o nad Country Cbuafterwards, and, on hearing the five wins, Liet Britton, R. N., and Trs
Sr. Phip Vu, the secretary of the club, announcedIt over Iieut Black, R.N., were third with mn
spear. u the yount n 0pip were deluged with ongrattu- four points, and Dr. Frank Morton
pss&.gSh oand Mrs. L. J. Gray were fourth
0" at the club on Wednesday evening were Mrs. Audrey with three wins to their credit. 7
rs. Phillis Mr. Joe Seheult, Mr. and Mrs. Er Mr. John Nethersol made a T
3&1 Vris sPrnllp o, Mr. and Mrs. Ian Cldie, WIOOni-speech thanking all who had en-
t Leox. Frand Lobad OReilly, Mrs. Robert Apsion, tered or come to watch the tourn-o
pe; Sr Lennox and Lady 0oxpress, the.plesureApin,
riswold, Mr. Johnny Melvin, Commander Trotter, Capt. ament and expressed the pleasure
,a a Mrs. lfieB anan, Capt. and MrI. Cavaghan, Mr. of the tennis committee in the suc-
case of the afternoon from the Club
and Mr. Andr6 cousasment D
Msports, social and financial aspects
" ^.^otwill -;135 was made for the Red Vross QP
LURCH, the now well-known Juggler and acrobat, wll -$35 was made for the ed Cross
turned in a slack-wire rope act at the Trinidad Country Mrs. Thorns then presented the by
Si es, a box of cigars and hand- Of
t- past t three weeks, the half-hour's radio broadcast by bag, to the winners and rum had dua
i from the club has been dedicated to different groups of cigarettes to the runners-up. Three "
l e The first time it. was to some young people holidaying at cheers were given for Mr. Gerry Cai
p050, Tacarlgiua; on the second occasion. it was to the staff and Thorns, the tennis secretary, and C
Sof Pan American Airways; and last week to the residents at Mrs. Thorns. gue
Ito.a.Plerre. Tonight it will be to Etritish West Indies Airways. -
o.,. ae olin R a d i o P r o 9
p- RTTiIGUI CLUB on Queen's Park East are holding one Rod P 11
V t ther popular dances tonight, beginning at 9 o'clock. Tom
Orchestra will supply the musiic and, as usual, admission - c- U.S.A.
,mbe by tickets onbl, which are not transferable, -...5
""V 00 Announcements News
:* 1B Canuck's R#vu Tod Husin
wUill be i cocktail doncp At Naparima Club, San FernandO, f ind lot Pno
.. thls evening frnm eight o'clock mntil midnight, an1t Ralphie 4 .4 .-5.
llIbau'a band has been engaged. Clubh members are reminded t BBCt Revue Orch. News
H to must be accompiltted by members and that the admission :N. ... .... Personai
Eym Is $1 each for aU lwho attend. 0 : .... Barn Dan
# 4 0 :4,1News
IMS LB10ON OF MARY will celebrate tomorrow he l10th anni- 7-._. -Diry News~
versary of their foundation in Trinidad. A Commemorative Mass s s .. Stock Rep
il be held at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception at 03 .1. Jou'ny .u
i"Ls., and at 4.30 p.m. a function will be he'd at St. Mary's College, .4 ....
Which HliA Grace the Archbishop of Port-of-Spain will preside. :oo .New
AU Al ttlv Lelonasire, are invited to attend. Q sport s U
hOld TownH AMa Hit Pars
N AME OF MR. C. T. W. WORRELL (Acting Bolicitor40leneral ..........
wa I nadvertently omitted from the guests present at the cocktail '0 NW eUnited No
nel Tuesday given by the Chief Justice, sO roneW Wt
' :0 Interlt ud .
('liANDER CHARTZS HAYWART) took two sotui fsindImI. "I' -
:ln00 NewsolHeadiness News
S Bttleoi Britain" and "The Battlie of Rumla." to Point Foirtin lf :16 owertryM i __
t weer-ed and bhowe them ta the clubhouse on Saturday to a \0J :.o .. r ... Lower a
w'l ad interested audience. 1 ;..r ....... a .
The films provided a fUill evening' entertainment, were excellent No.: TheW. s-R'dio-Newspaper .v5 b
I every way snd Were most. enthusia.ticallv received. v er WRUL ii. featuring a ratunette and Music.

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wet w e tarw prUmlufr
ipsad Y mUS"hg~
ne, a"d11014 thal m"
sa^-w ANS 4111101 W^M^bV 41-
*to we evited hr 1 Mink
sif memba and ther Wmt
amon those wl letsasid the
arnumet wee Mr.aU MM A.
RuthvenMurM y, Dr. a" Mr.
ai.rts. D. r. Plalay Mr. ad
.0. Ce. M RUtN"WL 1 IV* aLCL
SThomas, Mr. H. f M
,Bbrfnder, Mr. J. w. Btrd, Mr.
d Mrs. Mor.l Do1. ii. Mr.
ha Retant, Mr. And M .w Me
niay. Mr. W. 0. Shmaw M.
orns, Mr. Peter WIddup, Mr. J.
ellnecht, Mr. Aangus Roes. Ms
Miller, Mr. Michael Netheole,
a. John Nethernot Mr. Ray
eker, Uout. Chambers, k
lut. Pollock, R.N., IL et MiIi
, LiUeut. McDowell, LN.. Mr.
SMrs. M. 0. Carr, Mrs. Jim
adden, Mr. Max Marshall, Mr. P.
malove-Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
iinforth, Mr. Geore Nixon, M.i
uilt Taylor, Mr. ]. L[ws, Mr.
Iph Carter, Mrs. Lynn. Mr.
0ffrey Hunts, Min O Gwen a
I Mr. Georfe Thurland.
'he informal dance in the even-
Swa a vsry Jolly affair attaendedl
mot stI the tennis eathusiasts
d many members of the Armed
tes. the Allied Navies partlenu-
ly being strongly represented.
[fa T"L- Band provided the
sle and dancing went on until
g after midnight.
imong those dancing were Mr.
I Mrs. John Nethersole, Mr. and
r. BElles Cooke, Mr. and Mrs.
mn Briggt, Mr. and Mrs. P1. I.
y, Miss Claire de Freltas, Mr.
A Mrs. Clyde Camp, Mr. Angum
ns, Mis Angela Mend", Mr. J.
McMurran, Mr. and Mrs. 0.
Lylen, Mr. Fred Meadon end
ay others.

today'ss Diary
Week-end dance at Trinidad
iuntry Club.
Week-end dance at Perseverance
lance at the Portuguese Club,
'. East.
becture at Parvenu Club, Aria
Mr. 0. A. Thomaaos on "A sese
values In relation to the Indivl-
1i," 8 p.m.
Canteen Fair," Allied Beamen's
teen, San Fernando.
'ocktall dance for members and
eats only, Naparima Club, t p.m.
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Quartet HyiVmna from Home
Yams for TYanks
Saturday Night lena.
Album ....
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Corn Exchang
Hit Parade
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TUESDAY 22nd at 8.3Q p.m.
Tickets ate M* at the GLOBD THEATRE, Poet.fI
freom L3 to J* p.n. a&d EVE'B DRKES I
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ting Club Edge Out St. Mary's 2-1

score Brilliant

s In S.A.F.L. Games

t ad Gu-a nia Cerespeuent.
I United British Sporting Club defeated
comfortable margn of five goals to none In
d fixture which was packed with thrills from
of the a"atch -----
t e r etl little
a 'ron XI -
it btitUF.rn .-st B at
btd forwards If flf~
,Uci.bi ednBrighton 5-1
and great-
ln defenders Trinidad Guardian Correpondent.
40egutiful diving LA BREA, August 18.- Forest
si shots directed Reserve P.C. registered yet another
umaden, Chris- convincing victory on Saturday
Sand A. Philllp, when they defeated Brighton P.C
|r-ignifacent exil- by the wide margin of live goals to
s ocer champions one in a S.A.P.L. game on the
ar goals with. Brighton recreation ground.
aBrighton played ovit, their oppo-
nents in the early stages of the
Xep H. Philip. Bd- game and scored first when Mc-
Iderson, forwards of Allister banged home a bulltL.
nched a brilliant of- Goalkeeper, T, C. Gardiner failed
t Clarke kept his his citadel by Ahumad Charles,
Until the twentieth wliich resulted in the equalizer ar.d
r game. when Charlie from then on Forest swept the
nis team's first Item home team off their feet.
tt from a beautifully- A showtv of rain fell about mid-
St4y Lumaden, then way In this session, and the p'avera
itrutes before lemon of the home team found ball-con-
Ip on the U.B.O.T. trol a most difficult proposition.
Sin smartly and re- Lemon-time was signalled with
Seam's second item the scoreboard reading 1-I,
@laced shot. During the second session of
S vigorou offense forest Reserve made rings around
sesaoonof play the Brighton defenders, and Grant
,[ kept the defend- collecting a brilliant pass from
attlion team taxed John, cut in smartly and beat
t% breaking up their Gardiner completely with a pow.
t Christopher still erful drive to put his team In the
etianr his team fur- lead.
M with two magnlfl- A few minutes later A. John. by
hich left goalkeeper clever dribbling 'wormed' his way
don each occasion, through the opposing defence lines
to the final blast and netted from close range with a
o put the issue be- tame shot.
rammiang home his The Foresters continued their of-
fMoa after a hair- fensive and Charles with a centre
niSbvidual play. De Gourvllle, banged away with a
dul play. pile-driver which struck the up-
i In the dying mo- right and rebounded into play, then
iune tried two brll- Orant, with a burst of speed, put
i Bckel was in place his team further in the lead with
E ran easy shot. Just, a few minutes
toers, Edwards, An- before the final blast Grant was
MD and Christopher fouled within the area, and
while 0. Moore, Ahamad Charles registered his
mes and Balfour team's fifth and last item with a
P mention, powerful penalty shot.
Jmney refereed the For the victors. Charles, Grant,
ysms were: O'Garrow, Thomas and Brewster
rUckel; 0. Edwards, shone to advantage, while George
H. B. Phillips, R. Adams, T. Forbes, H. Oloudon and
S Brown- Lums- McAlllster were outstanding for
her. Carios Lon Brighton.
1 Mr. Joe Simmonr refereed the
ALTON--O. Clarke; game, while Mr. Joe Small and Mr.
h, O. Moore. VC Wil- Tlc de reitas ran the line.
hell, C. Grfftmth; C. The teams:-
Thomas, A. Balfour, Forest: George Thomas: E. Jef-
nad L., Lynch. ferson, M. Greaves; H. O'Garrow,
I. Brewster, C. Oonnalee H. OGrant,
S. A. John. Ahamad Charle, and 0.
4- de Gourvllle.
milan Cetrespondent Brighton: T. C. Oardiner-; 8.
Samuel, T. Forbes; C. Brown,
Aug. 11 -- A huge George Adams, E. Lee: P. Mc-
itali fans thronged Alllster, H. rancis, A. Ribelro, .
Motion park on Bat- Oloudon and J. Kenny.
iam what proved to
4loccer classic played -- 41-
mason, in Southern
dour Pootball League
and ts East St. George
s game from t.he A s t S G1
Appeared to doi-
15 minutes of play
Ia beautiful short Soccer T d
champions ended
wer than tour goals Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
Sto the Apex two.
.t day's scoring 10 CUREPE, Aug. 17-The All Stars
*the kick-off, Skipper -Invaders match will hold the
mletely beat Eckel spotlight In the fourth round games
r nicely from Heath in the East St, OGeorge A.? A. tour-
outdone, right-winger uey this afternoon.
the equaliser nine The youthfull Invaders haveturn-
With a shot which ed in some real surprising victories
custodian, flabber- since their debut in bigsocce' this
I was again beaten year, and have held the powerful
Slater, with a sot Corinthians to a. goalless draw on
Il. Redoubling thetr Saturday.
equlised for Apex Following are the fixtures:-
tfore lemon time. Remington v. strollers at san Juian
try opportunity to Refteree. Mr. W Carter.
Imperial %'. apringhoko *t St. Joeph.
Bond half, which was Rferee: Mr. Ji B. Autl.in
Sdull, the Apexites Dodgers v. Sheffield at Arlma. Referee:
it should have been Mr V. i. 1.dwards.
Sto a complete de- All Stl8 r tnaiersi a Tunapuin
Sto a complete d Referee: Mri .Achong.
er Philip provided Corlnthins v Horneit a', Orange Grove.
en for his team in Referee: Mr A H. DLiyle.
#h a long shot after Anzacs- a b)e.
!Play, which was in- TODAY'$ TEAM$
*S1*3.,!11'1 M n"TODAY'S TEAMS
Alre a 10 minutes PRINW OK$: T. Clark.: I,.. Spen..cer
I Jack refereed. irait.i. B. seiiier t. Henry. I. Phil-
Iding players for the lip, A. BHozii. S Florie., I. Bradhaw.,
Anderson, Edwards .I Donaws, P. Washlngton and P
hiler f Exdw s So Pins Chow Reserves: J. Hum-
while for Apex Du- phrey and J. Barnret.
really grand game. IMPERIAI.: C. Greenidge:; C. Purkry. R. i
r'e the teams: cooper. A. Browne. Prescotti, A.
Ickei; Edwards, An- Brown,. H Gaca,. E. Tyrell, C
i Lillicrapp, Phillipps Hutrheon and C. Perris. Reserves: C.
, r.ew, and D. merveant. c
80ai1, Christopher, AL..STARS: C. Walters: R. Froser. C,
Grlime; J. BlandiLn, J. Samuel, H.
6Agarrat, Durity; Samuel: M. Blandin, e. Chandu, M.
Bt, Erown; Harris, Richardlon, K Weeke. Reetrves:
,orris Sealey. cyril Grimel and 0. Lwl.
CORINTHIANS will be Mseleted from the
folluwing;. 0. Perry, T, Brute (cpt.i.
hW. Hickson. H. Masse., C. AndPw..
Im. 'M inty" P.tnlte,. A. Charle, H.
thoo Anderson, V. dlckson land N. Bllei
3llot Smythe.
otlEMINhTON: V. sRamcharirn; Hoyle.
A. (li|.ar.a. N. Andrews, A. Monler.
E. rila'uw;: K. Joseph. M. F, rrill,
*on h M. Maltlind.. J. Holder In B. Kil-
t*ll-, Relu,.Kf est A. Cedeno *nd J.
'IRRE, Aug. 1 Rudulto.
'l been sent Out tO HORNBT8: CuiJo.: W. Wlin, K.
tDeany; A. bO.'kseIBh. B. Warner.
IBS in Trinidad to it. Mitchlli: N. Criehlow, 5. Peters,
6 annual open onom- c. Beeti. R. Ashby and L. Winn. Re-
oitte-a-peerre Rifle 5.r5ee: Do Labatilds and C. Durham.
till take pace on _
1st 26, and Sunday, '
i. i.as folow, and IT AF A. 2nd Class

Games Results
T.A.F.A. second league game
played during title week resulted
as follows:
Police 0; Indlaas 0.
Windror 2; New Woodford L
Providence 3; Benbow 0.
Malvern 5; Preston 0.
Police 4; Guardian 0.
Invincible 6, Windsor 1.

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Dames Visit Shy Sports Stave Off Second

Piarco TodayHalf Rally By College Boys
+ --*--St. Mary' staging a brilliant rally in :iIe last 15 nsnutes, drew
(iasuls Shamrock l.vel with SporUting Club at one-all, bit with splendid comntinaton at
To Clash In Leaguer tile centre off Shy Sports in that same minute scored again j nd took
In City the T'A'FA. lXeagu thriller by a narrow 2-1 victory on the slushy
Notre D wil be "m Association ground yesterday afternoon.
Notre Dame will be tourneying By thts, -
to Piarco to engage the Fleet Air B v thi victriry Shy Sports have. -.. -.. -
Arn in the spotllght T.A.A strengthened their hold on the first
league nfixture tZay, while on the place or the League standing with /lif ( Aj
Association ground Shamrock and ih Points in four matches. J l L U
Casuals, Trinidad's oldest soccer t was a sec-saw tussle in the .
rivals will be coming to grips. Initial stay's with the Saints fight- Bri
The Cafe boys have been turning every inch df ground, then in l fl 1oflfV
in some brilliant second halt so'- brilliant a-out drive In the second i lindT od a ny
cer of late, while Casuals played session, gave Norhert Kilgour. the
a brilliant match agairsa Maple, Shy Sports eustokian, some anxious
loing 2-1. moments, bill poor shooting proved The dlraw fcor the St A"irtlirv%;
but they have gained a single the Saints' undoin-ad tod Golf to I aid of Dn-
int In the league standilng by them at the wrong end of a 2-1 sGl hi t i id of; 'u-
holding Notre Dame to a draw, de.ision. d5. 5. + t iho ias: i-
iricounters between Shamrock Sporting CI'b started play w.h a
and Casuals are always packed 10-man outfit, and within two miin- DIVIilsON 'A'
with thrills, utes of the game with splendid "00 p.m. H. F Grill phS S
The Dames held Shamrock to ico-operation among the attacking Slone.
two-all draw early this week, four., centre forward Johnnie 2.03 n ja 3. 1),D: ki l .avs T.
while on Saturday the Cafte boys Alkins drove a hard shot across the Ca'aghlin.
with a last 15 minutes' drive goal, and Joffre Bart with a first- 1.10 )n -J T.bin pl.iays II V
drew 4-all with the Fleet, so the timer in the far ct-.-ner, beat Salvatori
Piarco match today with Rex Oonsalves to set "Shy Sports" a- 21.5 pm C n Mclnt\ri plai.
Burnett on the Dames' line-up, going. R, W. Co olla'
and the dangerous Fleet forward. 'The College boys were offering 2.0 pm-J. B. FIllir pli\s I,
Wardlaw, on the attacking five stubborn resistance to the Sporting Palmier.
could be anybody's match. Club forwards. 225 pin Dr. R (G. iai.silrv
-- The Saints' wing halves. Woodley naINv's R G. lHll.
and Diffenthaler played brilliantly, DIVISION 'B'
Red Cross Tennis d together with hard-working 2.30 p.m. Dr. GCamwllw plavs
RedCU ross Tennis centre half Hylton Clarke L pre- Taurel
se.nted a barrier, which gave the 2.35 .m.- G. B Morri pln.-s T.
Matches In South Shy Sports some real harassing Al^azar.
tMe Ss. 2.40t).m. C. HopeRlos s ty-%s
Trinidad Guardian Correppondent The most beautiful combination A. C Hale
POINTE-A-PIERRE, Aug. 18.- was. seen between Rodriguez, the All mniatches tar!in nat 2 p.mni.
W. W. Watson and Mrs. H. C. Inc B.G. flash nd centre forward for the first tee
were the winners of a novel mixed Juhnnie Alkins. who gave Gonsalves
double tennis tournament h-ld at many anxious moments to bring off --
Pointpea-Plerre Club, in aid of the splendid savws. er.]
British Red Cross Society on Satur- St. Marys Waneburgh spear-
Pie. ~b ad .. .a S"a wo~..h .. Rugby Match Touay
day, headed the team's raids, and with
There were 74 entries., including c.ne of his clever passes, JosephT 1 ,,jioU t
seven naval officers from Piarco. drove to goal, but hit the uprights. I St. Augu ie
The competitors were divided Into The Saints got what seemed the
four sections in the charge rf of- certain equaliser, a penalty, as a re- Caribh, v ill phitY I CT A -Notllir'n
ficiala -Mr. John Nethersoic, Mr. suit of Innocent being fouled in the today aL .* p i. at AtuguituiI",
Pereira, Mr. W. F. Rosm nd Mr. G area, but Vierra took the spot kick le.-ving front tlhe Royal r.unik at
Thorns. and booted the ball outside. 4 prn.
The section winners were: The Saints fought all 'he time Carlbs XV wlAi be, Wiakrkirld,
Division "'A": Lieut. Britton, R.N. for the equalser. and Waneburgh. Melville, McBride, r iin, ltimel-
and Licut. Black, RN. with fine dribbling, created a Smith. Dugdalc Ca!iup: i, \virdron-
Division "B": W. W. Watson and scrimmage, Innocent booted goal- per, Mntltct, Milhiv McCairtev,
Mrs. H. C. Ince. wards, but full-back Rolly Tench M. Mouttet., Jones, Tuck, Collier
Division "C": Hunter S. Archer was on the goal-line to save an- and Cor-lin.
and Mrs. J. R. C. Boyce. other "certain" St. Mary's goal.
Division "D": Dr. Frank Morton Klgour next fumbled with the
and Mrs. L. J. Gray. sphere and got i' o't the nets, but COMMITTEE TO MEE'r
These four couples qualified for he came back and held gracefully The tanag:'incnt copiiniilt. .iof
the finals, and each played three the "ornPer kick by Louis. East St. (itorge will l1okl l-
games. After half-time the St. Mary's mittee meeting at. toe(,Clotmil 1.f,
W. W. Watson and Mrs. Ince outfit almost dominated the ses- Insui-1ice Coinp iuus hio:,Ill dl.it ,
emerged victorious with six wins slon. the backs keeping up the pres- o'clo-k l htoni ght wt'a IIt i(
to their credit, Hunter Archer and sure and pivot man Clarke doing fee for the FA A Ti n' hich
Mrs. Boyce being runners-up with methodical distribution. closes on S day will b, ici cit ,ed.
five wins, while Lt. Britton and Lt. The Saints towards were combin-
Black scored four points and Dr. Ing with Waneburgh at the helm,
Morton and Mrs. Gray three points. butl hy Sports' defence proved
At the close of the play Mr. John oftener than not, ,oo much for the A I* T i
Nethersole expressed the matlfrac- College boys. il t t p
lion of the tennis committee w.th However, a corner kick by left ImT
the success of the tournament, and winger Innocent paved tlhe way for
also thanked the competitors and the equaliser, and Joseph the
spectators for their support. Saints' centre forward, sent soccer S A 1.j El
Prizes were distributed by Mrs. fans into ecstasy. as he netted a
Thorns. high shot to even up the scores. ON --
'-- : ~The rail b!'ds had hardly ended THURSDAY, ll1
t.tlll n u heir ovations when at the kiT.ck- -
NfthtbeSlyCup portiforwars, AUGUST. 1944
Neba -upIg wt* mitlndtmd prnitsion, went
To P d .nto the Saints B-a. rle ... ... AT
e resented dribbled, drew Gonsalves fr.,m the A
uprighL-t. and watched the ball as 3 Seott-Bushe Street
The Pemberton League will pre- it trickled into the nets
sent the Cunard Cup and prizes St. Marys opened another all-ott Al 2 P.,M.
won by iEag.e Girls' Netball CLuo offensive In an effort to earn the By Instructions received from
arlir this year in the Pemberton second equalizer, but the forwards Mr. M. J Kirpalani to sell b1 Pub-
Sunday nttoall competition, at a with poor shooting allowed many a lie Auction the following: -
party to be held at the Hankow goal-scoring chance to slip p. 6 Cbic t. .E. Refrigerator.
Restaurant. Mr. S. Agostinri refereed. RCA. Radoubc t and Radeiro-Phoner,
Miss Dora Ibberson has been The teams: w ith Automatic Chand er. adio-thon 6
invited by the committee to present Sporting Club: N, Kilsour; R. Simmons Beds, 3ft. f Simmons
the trophy to the captain of the Tench, S. Dopqon; A. Alkins' Bes, tft. Summon Bed 4ft 6
Eagles' team, and Sir 9d~ward Cum- H. oe Br ? BeeS, 4ft. Simmons Bed, 4ft, 6
Eagles' tetam, and Sir Eward Cus- Day. C. Dore; J Bart, S. Moore. J. Spring Filled Mattrcsses, 4ft.
ird, patron of the Pemberton Aklkns. A. Rodriguez and E. Mon- Sprlig Filled Matfress. 3t
league and donor of the cup has tell. Sprin. Filled Mattress. 3it. 6
:onsented to attend. St. Mary's: 3, Gonsalves G. Roxs- Spring, Fibre Mattress. Snitnions
-------- ---- sau. H ". Weesi J W "dy racingg Room Imported Suite,
seau H. Weeks; J. Woodley 7 H. Morris Suite. Wicker Spring Filled
vClarke R. Diffenthaler; N. Louis Suite, Wardrobes with and without
1 neburgh, E. Joseph, E. Vlerra Mirrors. Dressing Tables with Mir-
alvern Girls and I. Innocent. r ors, Glass Chinese Cabinet, Bed-
H4" ld I -- T =- room cabinet,;, c itese Trables.
Hold Sports Today Naraysinigh Soccer Chinese Tables. Side rabies. Camn-
dhani Chairs, Leatheret',e Chairs.
Malvenn. one of the star net- Tourney Starts Card Table. and-mlaier: Calunels
all clubs, will hold their annual Table. Hand-ma Cal
nter-house sports meeting on the Trinidad Guardian Corri'pondent, Hair Rugs, Electric Irons, Electri'
Iueens Royal College ground to- 'CUREPE, Aug. 17. With three Tcasters. Electric Reading Iamips.
lay, starting at 2 p.m. second half goals, Rebels F.C. of 3 Burner Oil Stove with Oven. (Cut-
Fifteen items are listed in a St Joseph defeated Undaunted In lery ,Spoons, Knives and Forks),
'arled programme of girls' races, the first round of the Naraynslngh Porcelain Ware. (Hiss Ware. Porc'-
Feature event on the card will soccer tourney on Sunday. lain Tea Set. Eaainpl Birei.t-Pan.
*e a relay, in which teams of Ihe Commandos scored an edgel-otit Clocks, China Vases. Aluminum
)rphanage, Defiance anrd Malvern 3-2 win over Pittsburgh; while Pots and Panis.l Bras A.sh Triys.
;iubs will vie for supremacy. Chetniks and Allies battled to a Brass Bell, Brass Vases. Folding
At the conclusion, Mrs Betan- 3ail draw. Ironing Board, Mosquito Net. Por-
ourt wlU distribute the prizes. Following are the second round table Money Box, Litints. Blankets,
games: Curtains etc.. Kitchen- Safe. Step
RCHRISHOP APPOINTED Rebels v. Allies at St. Joseph. Ladder. knamel Ware. Pictures.
VATICAN CITY, Aug. 18 TAP) Referee: Mr. T. Bruce. And other Items would appear
VATCANCIT, ug.18 AP _-- Invaders v, Commando@ at Tuna- onl day of Stiale.
fIs Holiness the Pope has named In Ps dersvComano at T n Ad ote te wu
pua. Referee: Mi-. I. Maicelle. ondyfSle
[onsignor Carmelo do Vascon- Pittsburgh v, Allies at Tacarigua. A.M. QUERINO,
1ios Mottas, Archbishop of Sao Referee: Mr. L. Murray. Auctloneer,
aulo to be Brazillan Archbishop Everton v. Undaunted at Tacari- Auctioer.
4 Sao Luiz do Maranhao. gua. Referee: Mr. S. Ramdass..














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Wt a mN=1 U T. 0 A on. "rPt Stbredetil Te- ONEI USTANDR RLDINGCAMER.A easi-r. sein" Sir at atvi goo4d le, HEPU
So pw asAened1 CR A'PAi aSr. Ou- AFa i r ty Is b fiOA 1 I0S1IDNl aBtL. I ncGE ast T le& E oo. Pa*r Ic rMt 3o enntet e N e a r a noe i
MOEN AD I PN..l wits AGoldai, "0t PNhon 5 .a-Aug. 1 RE- RI. onealadisO. 2,n and.-AuTL 2L. A-u M
lo t. S2*Ztea W0-ta tOEMSocefet. cOTOnd UNItioi ced,59Mls." BET PR~iCEST NCUrIMM PfOPR ThaYat ol O

32in A dr f _ deeUTsfotrn Ratwllne1 Import and Export P A Up to fc.ro...J31 TritiRD STREET. BARA'TARIAt two THE PU
........ 15C.oe. hne 4 -x w CtCa l. 'P hone 5 After p.m.--.. . 0*. h t AJ1 tots, empty lot at cat.er for bus M esa ; im not re
TVwn 4 Tragare TRoad1. e 5346, '6, ipo also 132 Roberts Streot. Woodhrook, Lange contacted
4UJs a AM CbANt OVAGLEE -e31' *elalta vrn nylAiBo. k. p h nd Tan- Aa. n0 22l.. HO. |now $1 Tw o p u
toi wild s Apptrlic, i ul onspac-P. hone order am ,gIv1uen prompt atteto.WANT l E n. TO at- JN is Buies pr It on # ) O
fra. At. lnlllun- ug. 1 -Ag 1iANT TO" R 1*co WHEN dOUoDA ING IN f T. VINCEI L. Be AND FOR SALplAil.b24.
S um.tm Cuwa ENGINEER re. teil S iNAN SI ONn Kind San.S.h ins tyle| 1 RosaW s R1s1dencw. Phetrl t. C r1 .Atud Bunglo, M tril. oto "B SS T dan.oh pe. onls I3R1. PLEASE NOTE our Ffr te relgrc I- =OUSE TO RENT fu rn ed tar t our adta at the E.diaborAug Home 2 i AcreS La-nd S n J n. .i e
B2 dSreet g 1. pAesgents can anow b h.k p your orer s tnr m it mVltlt mrom SeDDber or u ur t aa ouOn pisotol accommodation: e t caa u- from Sin JuCM, in coaoa, toaca beans. ...
AT da alTEO pt n mdl ate delivery for: Crown iCorks Bottle c uutrac ir 4 oath s Ap a guarantee o t sine P recent ea-bathlng. able Maa r limes cofteeu ot, rge. River pae d e c TOO L
anl D: ling experience. t A am r n, ic d r i 14 hI nut deilAere. alter 4 months, for re rvttlIon.--d apt. 9 through. N. Di Caphel 36 FrederiM k
an il xprece ply $Crevewsrum or win l Ctreis ando Tart.arin-Ico

5Mtw Street etlatnrim.-Aug. 210. Acids. Essences snd Colours. Globe gates eoed particulars to 7T Duke or 'none, REST AND PLAk r'. *EUL.l MEn .tree. Aug. Ken. I
PERIENCF CMEF REQUIRED. Co 4d SOUth u. y. 'Phone 4.0.L Ag 29 ir ,--AiT. U. pBI and enjoy the S tALES Glia.tu 8PLEN)AD U PPORTUNITY to obtain LOST
haRi se e dentlv ng SHOE PAINTINGF hoes painted an6 R E W A Rt D for Modern U nfuc ed from "Sunny Caloee." the deltftll 4 i|ots land at Lalvent l" yirat class INT
M it boo krkeeing rela Terses andig S cdyh Proprietor. T 0 o resort COMOR B e SBED t. u l*ingter atd Manco Ma*I n Road... te,
arT tn a gppO tIn tlaelt n Aug. 0.f hlh adt rquruie lafflthl. 0 Henry Street. Hos e in ah, god lood ie auty, c beoroa, Vin< G c;NT rad lnee 6-n Tr Co ine R Ei. Duk s tr piatcs won ir lOter rs. R ad u L.'T -
Emergecy ouloaccosionif of murderVcarerefrieratos, -ofib.e.#t-- ,n trte oonhd AtrolllrBookstll. 1 renryrickreratt pood, ameoan o.

ppr NERAI EVANT. Skpnlg o. -- AUg, 0. wri0t. n p i ,, ityar. s' rC r Aunt. 29DN REstRT "Lo MgtU *Phonri 9 ril. "snPt 29
seailton. APlybe Coe ello d by street SeAES LOALLY SUPER rESIN 'wilns Lr, years ren to nAuga mAiDE rESo R MCrT uoug..la Gu.rt. res ponsi b
seEttlA d' MANAM tI.*H for 0AppOo Is. oar- ,I mie, l fro S eo w r o Po a MoeflwcWi ngt .SPLENDID BUILDING dTESi at Petit PU LI
t~~pr vd tn d pAug t.-i2. 0 fo ade.GH t and Chi dren.41 rr i Ai ethe sea. Furlolk"*shed. Phoe 6 1.-Au 2 Valley. vera-ge a 10,000 l>. i t. II THE U,
ySI A NgeRcyar e Os---31t. ll n r cf tta's. AuS. 30. ] t1 REWARD for Unfu ni--hed House bT.croApy m o Ue T OSJcn. E. 73 AB cp. 2-) .9r. dan 0 LpobiAD c
be..,O iAnsrtedb yW I4t Il Phn*23 !-Septr .i~ ~ tA ~ lE. A 'a DIGN T-Si let*' a l Istris. ston boulders. 81911,R elief. 11<' si (signs.f~~
leory, with godi pInmtlhet o r ], Inti #atIve nMd LOALLY MADE SHOE. hi fW lU sirek. MiTOEANO SA t FT A t b ads Aply r onn nic3 WridrJ-hA R9 |-- -16W.-Au-rdi-n.-- OubSE pu
.tdmtnitrative ability. Know;ledge of Suedes. Two.Tones. 1,000 palrs to select o. .A.b-,lRL. F.a '8.6oo e f.r.qo.ol n a i LO I and Tapia u
mAcbinery not aesentlKl. though an Cas"t. from GriS'lthse tl Henry Street -A u. 30 hOUSE IN GOOD CONDITION wanted. st 3rd Av nuau. Cascade. BullOooed ready Ward, on
MimI have eliertence isl handPlng labour. 1WYNOLA. tIE REAL COL.A DRINK. 3 -4 deurootna. eneeren e kooablrOa. IOM AND BOAR ota building. -Phone S0b4.-Aug. 21. arrears .t
2 u3a. App7 In own h anodwr.ting, Parlours, Bere, Clubs, Ibedaurans, ?.evlown. o. la.ie2r. 1 ood reward. Apply d UND NA MALL,"6SIEu o
leaa Juerin ot oe itarand re e 1nt e rea it eote, ar1e, 1 hereby notif2d that they. Uox i.> 2, 1 "c Uuaran ." -Ag A. DUtryeDOalf minute wal tued THo. ena.
r t e Trindd uat wlll b again bl to get l orders 'A DEtt~,- tOO rivate Dtrbat. hand m ugii wlie homt wild s ra. A Ni .nE alsoEW'ng .

WANTE.'D BP illed for tthn above products through oe h .t..... ,tn lull board. Mrlt tne. i go.lk. o n d M giss Ka n Iop e\. lIa --Sept. r. ^,NnouMh. --tOR. .
echancs t P a te ten Lute Sever sg Co., g o 32 rede can Street. tialy Write Bo B-iK. "Guardlan.' DPOUL eO1 aoo. .FOaRda Lodi oag. P..C. L hA ne 31 am OU
e a. Motor wiE ETL OLINtTelephone or D. Sam iro, San ---AlL 22.
Us er egperlencn in the trade; Two'Poe"02.A .RO E A 'tTE GNC
mi th -lbtat least o/e yearP' Fernsndo. "Telephone- 19.-Sept .LD OFFICE required In or around A'COME ATONAV. 2t BO LE OWr tea A n. t T. 'hN
e is the tr F fn l ci DEVELOPING eb Do PRINTINI 2 red ri St. V'n;cntE 'tI ac' n, Ae 'cron3hy bt R i s. en uelC.t coMn1di. iVn, A IA E* 1 f or ta sare o1tm VaicerAntS. b 504 knowled by
rvice, rederick Streettn.IdMariug 2 qure. Apply ugeoti Bo ato-s aadesin e eP rie .Writn olet

fi; B-> pp o*y ; w ,.th ...r --ferences and t.,. ,-';.;nt,-ty .- ,' lsrion>- .... ..............................i l'^ l.T El''A. ^ u9.000 aath l('"**alctory,
lywihreernessa det ty igRo dot A Grwe. Lady1 0r..late I ere 2111 aaternIMain Moad..ianatanla. ja

S leetrlclana. MnO ga of Ine atAoE aLINd VICT 'PH.EJOHNSTON n i 'hes t n- .uiia.r AOu.H S lRr .- ; aep. i." c Oniin Seo Berg.in. TUnraKlv.r l e- K (;oaoI m. ho rSp eris Tlo. ..w u dl ,rower ay23 lnden Powehl Street,--Aug. 20 4ne Acr Land. Sa Josn .A. 3,A00 between th
AnTD tfor= .. Wite and Pretender, are now iunden ivred rart to -ma-ier or same ailed house, groun PARKWAY GUES" HdUnE totp oalto 2 Buatiet s Placest.re-o nd Street. A-g 6 25.
,him. Theao entertawnele ......mir m ndEi p fo ,PINdUr CK LI or St. Jmes. Apply tED the Queen'3 Park Hotel,, reasoable ratea san Juan teach,ET.............. YOTUNG
i IO WSt V ApNT ow Hendeson, engagements end ti-ar new ad. thn r is abovRe adidrees-Aug. D et.h Raa.I Chattel PropertieA from pehienced.ft
Ibon lIest. Pre~faer :midleagd main'l etreas ihe public 01 better sod I-tgtt Dii'*Iat.L~~ wvAlJ ii ar eBOARDING~tet "hnAND L4fl9.IIAU..OU~ Bahlr o t2u eh aieSl
& A0 NT NArtgh ENGINEER ro-t t.Letio KsoAin, .me yimt'and Spanish esty-e&.RESORTS

01 godnonnnato.-Ag II. enterttnnment 1n tile blocr (" nt i,'t re,l, i s.lavsn'-e. U.durilihedi tt,.e .I pralerably. Apply Mrs. Quinn Andrews. lodnara on Moragages. Rents collected, WANTRI]
WAtD. URolfENTLY. FEMALE TYP. JohPton, Phone are on ulp for mtatte Iteon ooilN EiDrdErn coWOenDeI, Moiere 1L0 Coffee Street. San Flenando0. 'Phe - ---COOK. Al
'5. W--te0 Box B-130. -Guardian."-- loge.6 Aug ,221 . t-1 t- AUS E CARL C R TT CO. Aug. 22.
Aug.32 A ZAN" NOEo o i!OSTRPTubhdofou 3 COMFORTABLE SINGLE BEDROOM 17 St. V Reiot bLRnet. Iihone Rni 1
YOU N LADY. TO TRIM ies. a arMontnd RstrmSp, erldgmb erod Frtruiturre" .;i ar. "tt 4 W I T It MODERN ronveni- withsmeals. modatCi An ueAc ug t-WeJally in ocotb ns OiTIONI
g. -stenerally In Tailoring st1ehm ent, tIRO noAu boo TI .Lo'ds r 4*"e'rxcl e re o; N tse TWO ONg.C lY e tOOMa 1 ii 5 1 Annagflet, WoEC1rALS. T OO L
urn-csENOTYPnSTeMusttPaiewanltedeiritelrooCrseet, Woodbraok. 1 Bed&gaateT
Opply Rbx B- -ri, co t"Giaarrdian.'-- 101T18 '..1 A m a 'on G, u- Iuardio.'" San ieniaod -- In delghtful bungalow .P, hone 11914 ront. E-, gmpty. EX ERT
l it5 A L A TrRriN M t ui ,,r tic i s -- ....l .O A p Aug. in. 2,2 lca c-ifford 1 treet. 3 Redroun m. Pu.- .girl wit
and 1i g e. x 1 erien ce. Apply I r--m or n..C itrl and Tatai . A 'Int r ote 4 months (32 DOUBLE ROOMS. Americans .l tr <, .on e .. days hadk-krpil
A R... A . 30 ,No 1 ol. . an uSl...R A ENr. een yi ti on Por tnpt l,,,P. MEtND,& Ae, Tue nly ftn.ls iP r W Sodbroo tl sr in eteen 7
rtL a LjDiyAg 0 .IL.MI sIl il _____________________________ Erp eAM ODnlvthoerd optiot rnaldines

r ta s ee illon fE knots t tn.n.. t ,, Co AS .. ..t . 'Po. Aber 2 romby tlee Phone 7344 .-Aug. i l Lo0)0. 2 umpt I t LADY I
atT^ a 1' r- wlr w"ri ) i Zeitasnis >-r k... n -. r tT ND J, 4) 1u b r o e. paJr sbcR O l
POSITION WAN D 'f Cee'n tA a:ntr r ,Iic r .ii .- ir, "sunnLEMEN URNjihi t io, cptiu n .u Fi lot sultaln .-. Muo rtg agen d Siu pirsI flir 1i k ni
oUIVR '/ ., w 0 s d r ue" I i r- n t'i bt, s eryes re. Ho. hg-od bn alit, 4 e u I l tia t s tret 'mPhRone 68"0.- Aug. ".1. C uruld in cah. onS 3ot o Aug.
J ZORA SR AN C Llepi, *a__ - -u. re 30'*b~c h,* l:"P rree ,y ears;' a nt tla ven URN. S IE EID ROOMS. Bachelors pre.- l. 'l.tu rlna lia oat. Empty. Onl 2I.2..
Seile, seeks emph)yment at t rel. n I sPO O ii L .. SUEA EIGSutnl ,pl f.u r Mi t-SC34 LLANEOUmi F Io SALE lerbge. i. LUH treet and Wrighr tLDNon Road L UIS- IN- T. .MA OFSERPSL N
or general fSfl t .ri a i I -,c, c-rLa ie., iiGok Al t er til.en i d inn i.' r.' .eb' 2 ntd ,o .. A 1. LOU I GL A T ER
Ini 3t e~m .ail Sata 22.-triteaB-&.iFurtnished.te'weone flol.- ile t 29ivalley.t.&%-tells*l N tutoll, 4 -key4.11ft1atlbaitTAHEt. 3

ft ,. t, r ii'. ,, i.. a ... y "i-n -i-ilyit- --M I-nouN x a --- 590U tw liF0fi
iol lTANl MANAGER, fort E diab leOl Sinai. r th i ell~h oi~ft y o iAig. 30 ). $100 RN.. .. )k EWARDy' f or n nfrished..Hous T N C O TGtS iL)a-cet e q t.Bx911 iada. pbi

.CLERK IutO-Kd Et eer.n- .mI i y dt. i-<. v>r n Lt0rLr na, D |lSE,,,, ft.., e a.n. 4, 2 nwarM Street. HOUSES FOR RENT OFFICE HOt M: CHARtOTTE. fot ut
a ltnt ualtlativ Lu e )l'ITy nre r i at, 'rt. o d )1 alt ARAI. nr aMIrA yr . ... "- lAc t. 2b tlb.lngir Anl.Au. A 2i2iyue WAN EDate3 80 EOeSREP-Oa trot. 24 i
adrtilor trta t e, IA Oi s, i s T i oTins a h 1. 0r 00 ,'i-, l. to el a., t Aug itM TtA g... tdlt. Ic ralfes ..- N K. ,Y Fti I. H t,. comfortablee 4 b Mn Complete 700o acres e trontage. er.n At,
lt-eel -g itn Te .cht'rt itH!li I- .nI i ti-re |r -l t, V t D ry i.R N.r m,0 i ;iM.,' a pun f i- l tt niu -A r,.i-- home, ritn l uan. 10 rent fur C hat-a-mug. Fuiutet particulirs at ot e er SAeT .
mot avedatnlims tahadlin taour ,rSE I GOD CNDITON antd.u tar3rd, I f A, e a I Casade Bul-- S eadptr o

llo nt Intm ;.-'rlc ir HdE 1 f CO A DRINK, .i1n 3il 21 oi I. 11 t cn tl eo 13 i atIH 'l "t f ti AGO B lenhem Estate 113 acre or
Icttetute of 51,11 -ksefaer ," is '--o n l; f t S I- *Ni;iN'.I-rft l fA it P I, t f ci.,tEri 3 burner fa leotie stove L 1i t io '. ,n iIl t A U.pt A STREET *'l.A.MU la7rge0t a na r ti.u Ior er, F
25M. 35>,r>.< A I -w h d t C B ar, Cu bs. Res ta n e l bm Clair,,i wndirai | AND BOA RD ,r .... . .. D { Vtr-s ""-------m--. ON i P
minetir Expi~rerlcea lt 11 0 ,i,~ a r r t at rb -noifie dt ,a t ,,,,xti o 1,i i lli-G u h trill utSr Faur id ar-Aug.i2u. NA H Al L W," teu 30 re 3E
M frec ier r -ph o e ro x t, "ri niii i Offr-: w Ii a gai n alo. vi, thr Ct. ci ei tE #.a ,hf.. a t. e ',swi. ki r lsitv. pallnai iutll lot. "" *' 2i' aren t g aii- o
Chec Au. Ivfidled. f or tt abovA tprAodcsVAoNIIA C i t- i C allto l-l mrtip -ivate ilte a nd l lLA 2 ,nt W o I tiaT ind .bedoBomsd.CYeA01)ft CE M ENTS39Au lA.22.
eer- t- ---C 1 ~a-et Bn-ani. Ieb. 1. .',lullboard. ~.< I i rd lli a 2It e relissi 2 cAin i alo -. 6 ani10i.ll 2.L .re nu dung iith 2160. 1rcn tre i
WAN TED BY OIL. C MeN,. Y.V, i o "L t D o e C o C.. t t 'ta rt ,,o .- a t'l iWr it eBo I nut p a rdi can ." s s. . ..Al-f-in
.etr a Motore CIRdJ,- ,. .. .ne yres
iii l M cai c i a t lat tere.ph--oAne l v ncr P a.,ei C.,.b a Aua-;c 1 A"- I, i r a.* I l'- I ,r*n ,. lI id ol C iat eiht nnye At)rel. .1 sTIt 1W.00 o. Au lyg. 23 [* Il"" I ..l, d lnith ho..s ,eu taav
WAalttn .. -o Jki, t.kS fil inl t.he o t a F e rrnando tler tn a.1 culr .t i.l Ind gtr,-Ae. 2.H OUE-p Al-pp A A MurrayE Ali ,,y. IMMEDIJl
Ji thf t ir.r. s vfino I',rtt- a ri, s !.' l 2 ADrln i 30 nidlret AdL.OFF 21 A' Tr qnc nA L ilua asO MATaA CRUZ 4 acres land st La Pas- DodL e ellda
done ft hetb r~ade;o ur firste a cildss IO tA A VCOY a11p.Nu S. V- inet ,Cn tc11114.-i. Cth Olubybr et nan.eP a I0 ref Aue~tor. Brairs 5" icn.t3, St4 R 'ver al 51 Ok n ooldgmeh

atop -da 5"SAS Freeriardcakhr 'ePhone 4305. 64 Freie tAck Stree.s on nouritg Esea ne. A uotpy iraten ILoxo1 4a, 5 Pa.'fiT VAt ..3L Small lane wattn va- Htodui ca, W
ittatlt tma~ldeals We rent, Colleca, beading, tatzervattve, lae~ls Citti Acid A& oeR tibr ln xh g.-
noy sel bo sl en forR you, ;.JH Ss..nd otH S O crccetea t ao U l, ie: to theo aeratr waue rd. t. ya l 6. Au..;2t Ml n Tb utto. xcha (.--l
App nMii tc h, a-Aolr ,end aI. n or tal ine* hat th tr AIy to a4 nllenri trrile 1r pir __I ma_3 BedomHy treet o r_ 2 noxoA sres -na .1a i O iS Za ii b tren U thOt
to rFrK sLaOpvkeR o.-Wa ca, s a l ,1 i TUR.upply a tii N HOUSES FO SALE U McDONALD HOMAS MISCELLA 3
ao.-Au. 2.,. at CHIROPRACTIC racI tt l qo s antiy of Ar or "a i u ncheon arto un T DWAY tIG hUE E t .%0 1e3f "Tume PROPeR S PAlods -e.T AOM .
WPOUL'RY T SUPP fS Teim. rheseuGt.g PitTar en'u, & Il it o s leb:a.j h O at $7 50 t. er gally on go tONE QW e. r OSI v aCe o. ICmdnl THE PO RTY COUNGT
LE Ingta e me nt& ald ther. o so o .aLaum Lor 4t Soth QoVy."t JD meSe Main etuadl.c eLgoa i1eo rt C n 'Phones (5.l btbi---34 iaop r io.tes street. ONE
1o.r eommndtitoln.-'-A ieg 't. c1 u- tRD C t t. T ee latore ai 1,v y td New Brand Bunga-Ow. Agra 810. Aug.o
E Ei LT UF N.1 J o n n h 16 rf o r .Ie tpp lu in lao 2roseartns Vbn,.rot rite et.B Al i e 2 mr. Street. l modern uonetu- 21P At

StI l(M C ', Ith, .#' t^''e,s ,ri 1"1*1C )) em The(d n* b*i .-a>.pl): 3. ( LO KL NK HO SE l'tP, Kod.l FOR PA TIM WBDDNOi cartons.O E
V1 S'. Carte Mo-1, 1 ul..,med. "( -"11. i_-a ,--' -'it r SAtIDtr: rittA oneralns 2. CI an ces. po session . O- Applyug. .tor.
A '0.3LOISrIL ANTHMAS i, "-%a P, n. A v i rM ORAB i>, BAFus Ple N.aeeesIoo No iEdr Plt, c 7St .1 Vi Busmnes Property Park St $1tI 100
L- D. a ht 'hr i.a'ur-, AN ioi *r1 , -Ah A I' ,,o eW TA EiM it i r n .-A g ol et b a P iN
alat. cgn ,tral lIn l l iiE atk own tf 'r.tle. Au Ml B-Cr t' Mt- -cer nei r An Writ e reNuTe A iNO Y tll M1o1iarat o tlad. I; A IT-b ----- >Rd
Sit 8 a-i-.. c .9 A... t:0 *"an A G Mnd i- I t Iin -v it Ui.Aa in te t'Ph one A511 2 -. 2 r Lr 2LIC Bu a Prar tra.P t
Ail,-23 xm el--iI'.%tiA3: -sln ,t,,,ltlli vii tue marnicl 1o Ieg h ulb, party, Abewcramby Street $35,000 Lniited 6

T1 L ..fL A L A a t. CART3-u Must olo low ln aUrse LE. *II cans si n rissudo Aug. 2.n
broad CeN ayu s :2. I UIB .'C r N ."Dt li i ui .r A ll a - P1r 0tnoatl *l Pon 1 0iH. otn ABERl t COMBY T E in and 12- (4) New Bungalow, Lucportbo. Ar L7t
-uO -M wa ll _d z laet lr t)l u oltoR.Atah. .O .J 4i At.-spt.l l.Eemlpiy. .l re$. St. James 1 Cheap. HOME by1
L IAB s9-eek ,eRmttymA cntTacRriTg. ll ,marauattv.40'* rtla ln godt reoe A.o Apl l ng puj84).iUoron* a For noruieriteo-e nying and Selln. tvwgvelve les .
it a-Ifof tice wr- Vln -NC Pe After .i yt, I T-j:- -a s, I. Hckey i no t i0oP5 b sev A ,,&Mu.u31.tLOUIS(GALMANITHO-AS0OFuan,

MPh u.ed ma.i ls a'larl r'it lonI lx L th" n T "' 1 f .ea t.Ae light your Iende New Pu s ll on, 3 berotlon M, water, etc.. Consult. 4. Mci. Tuhmas. 3 to 3n w
r c. Sept 11 hun- to e t a Alt cu1 . ."t" '.A- Ia .ua Ii ta o a- mf anlAlill. on t oreqI l O li rent ed JoWSl KKTand et m T9 Ft ut
... .. .. .. ..O. S. .... .. o ite. \ua*' W, *l cli t(o P're 11srl, ri cer Tand L vrunninat g it o lu an T11 rer Bargain. Clon-t
LIERSTOCK itFO r fsULI'At....... tilcrwvr t l .I IgIt Ma2alab, UlleoSal t HrhOaFR E, ATNNOUNCEh. ivCHT WAniTED
ABlT Ast-.. pi,,6 ii 7I' re ,n.IT.e n i'" 11 | t,,. t iir1. a bottse 0m S u o n A u 2d _____
tiO n A, ULT Ml" Brk tiH l c I i n i f i. .... ... ..... ..... .eie -r(o t .;- ,lout specially pre- -n Juian A? s 21" 1 Ju at i Cl

I*Crakestilt Teichr fetwi rlk -n tIntirrt 1 -- t 81 r ylr ItU II,,,"t PUM IN UANI Fcun~in Au,. r-id (It re(i bld n t ad for aM Hm-a -i,e2 Flae r tiul a uun; at 1f 42 et
ji. iRrM Vll r C roc or apecialy pee- M DtU N bt.NR;AI.OWSd S sod On WANTEI
t CM 'Kpt imtTr 1 :1 cl.t. 2 IROPOD a -----,l l ars -e upyIlnaur) h r ny And osura o( (I tre e Atiola 2.901 Alaptl; iaonel ANNOUNCEMENTS i SPARS 10,

I PeMW niB, x hy atiUFl KRII:. b MOOR tFORret SALE "'ed~ ,**1N*. *N io1 tid.N B*** 8prm *n Mat-reses IMUL)rt: A' TuoAl'lV OMN ,i obo.um 1en Ronci.o IS o nR Cao mA Rv l ;
OA.ilt. 2)lGritn Ma vt, tree ol d Pr u s An a e Ett 10 Jv I ritAhTo ug t 2. Wo SbM NTeE S ie

gi'rg -. *u -o A c.i.~ SCHA-;CI-t foe*ttln Docto o h> T out I.P. Jonw A I roio ion oo 2N; ltc 8ddl ART~cA, will ROM E, idea oltin Sand Cocss ongealona8 Rind
r A^ S A *ila t i Iit, a C aa' .;R ,PWING NA.lm.. CAt.Oi-ttu and oTOR t IA i- ura eti. S Queen oareet.o AoU La. krancoscht. P hone 6713 or 6736.--Aug. '40 *,O Alaton 42O.. Ltd.--Atug IS. i 2 or 3 I
. I ,or (2 Apl a rn t FOO l' TR ('tiNLE 0 paPnless y n K 42132 'u U ,i-. 11,1 U0 L iti;* PR -A NTO -7 0 w aK tt. I POSl InO ION o R N o. 4 ea nd 43t U ottl uor --p____________ ;areterab l.
E t1a. ; %t.,i* a. .i 4T AC aiDi and lAC'E MA" At E al M 'OaAiWoa. "luiair Ap a M leter Mait Sreeti 14 Ctprianl Boulevard. t3 Do Ver- ia'ele pen

Insitute *" ofW ikkelcf, Alll." I Etdi~l S BngtIN EI:tINg, 'AN lu t rP l. Iyldtt F Apply S3 burne gliaol-Aine H ma wiigtoM rnbl. W - iname no o office, 5 F REDERICKo S 1'RE [ t',. A u. aA. Itoil Sotreet. 3 St. Ann s Avenue Green LOST rIOTe o
lotit lre as 1 P7 nIl h ON. .Sat. Treatment ,ith DIA- w t' TOl YtI r c B A T T a R AIc l. 8O3 Street, 'uonapun and 2n Vt ctorila Ave ue. P, rt Box
rTrliau"tft GrALVANIC rAR.-ADICN CVIIe A urd Street -rAu 2 na I 421, ,4I19d, Burnet.- Aug. 28 BETWEEN HEI.B2cRNE l AN4 ad UNO6 PCU
C c -. --- TI.tNT daRly. 12nlh l'eDAt rre Hmediaitn l ivery, 2P", 1 2.'<0 ALLUS STREET. S ano 10 Kelly down Nrfolk treet, s wituOIday August 13. ofd for the
I XP FeRtM 1939 IRPsD4T t 2X

r.ill)|N ..PIASRiI i a2, any se i requi r ed, any quantity. K ae nny Street, lh I ragnreta k oad, Apply; Gld Wedini Ring nitiale inside t.Ae be attte
JOlSP "Cs1 "p U Si r m oore, ln o 8 Colod tm Streela pi} Queen B SireeL-eAuis., 2 1 1-IO. t .L.A. Ldy' S Uignet Gold Abe*ro1mlbi
Z .N B I N'N:)' u tRVf S l I', H ; a i tr a ing-, formerly medical doctor. |. Aug i, TWf CHAT'EL t1OUli Et at 44 8eE Ring. Shield pattern Monogram R.L.. street dowi
MOPL s- ).I- t i. fi'I- 10. 1 Xlr- 101e SWEDISH MASSAGE., St! oirrecl tI Iu R, ITC- PI n t ur dr Streetil M thly ret.lts Reward offered. M ts. Fun. Pone .- ft. R.J.-
With fart-- s 1r, W A -is; 30 . ONIB Atilt. 1111 Sa n ttt Heal- M. at eetr mAr- gee l nd .C U .4 ranealn Auag 04. P honeeda8
*al U naru' a it. t-o reducing rmedea plieeiy .F pa bElP ig mate-ial. Apply 3r Morray F ox. 'Phone 31 2g--Aug. 2. A N l R A Tan n KE Riv. ter t mt G o
Str .~.,.O ,-o t fian sat c i ld0 kht- T FOUBL S V: CORNS, I .N GuwN re C Aug .0 COMFORTABLo DW LIN HOuSE, 83 NT ROr F. onic bb. 8 arav TRO A
tlst a. get, A Sw.. att ree AILS, CA l YOUSEl e FACIAL DIS- T10Tdi tlfUMS. 49i 0 OAI.. Casks contICur 3 bedroom, with dil" t RAug.R lE, agin.r aRO
bu-ysla. ) J rwERS U.o o e enf o Dally b--o. OffiCea dand 'ios. t South tua ra 'Phone 4d )1. S Lve lseetU L on Caledonian Road. Facing oSd, ftA, COMFOR
11LAM NARANJITS8 CI.ABES. Matnicta 48 FREDRICK STREET tnear Transfernheat. 3. IChurcll-Roosevelt it~ghWey. Good vieW. roonm. (;oc
t. rsnorla. Teatba' Cifme -cia u g2tati) 'PONe.u 40. Latesot p rfes- ONE BRINSEAD PtANO. Porft Pao as e sto1A 4.0. Ko. 'Phona 226. ENTR AINMNT S area31.'A

i . \ OV, TH e 8 . ...... 8313.tS~7S "A?-*"1* lpy-w"- L~ D- r.n.--g
S nal i a s ept. S .io l apparatus rad Eia n fra e high oul taun lP at L* ha r t r l a ree 'P on a Aug 1> -- . .... 2 T1. N 0rlIa
CHIROLA CATSCam-teqatPunhton2.tei- -" L.. ..OV ELY INEW HOUSE atNo.13. tTHt mode FOR PARTIES. WEDDINGS, contact PROPERTY

PO LR |U ft F TH PIRGL-I P1AT'I(!A5 141ruenw-t atr 11750f L pr gallon. u 1NctUDO-S James" Mainp Road. Leaetoi '~crn 'Phones ifi.d, r-pbt-34 or lot e 6M B cast. 82 ON -O
OAX4ge RLComm rIc ia eNiCUlATi'aa. DeatoLiu 4. _______.__2._Aug

_I_'C. -,; 11t l._ __ I.tlNAU BlIAGS FOR RALE-Ote of 100 T'usesonail, l Dori Apply Mie t2 t. Hby Cyril Jons Bwandg Tr plt noa i Aa T axo-
O IU (11 -:01. .rles Apry unsei S, 'e!!ando. Phillip7. No. d Eastarn Main Road, 'etgit p.h2S Drums. 2 Kathleen Bret. t. LOT OF
$ CKAN-PIANO IES ttN. J Duet ST A I"UR ANTS I -Ctone 2.-Au. 19. M3oury Immediate pot eelNtan.-rSi P t 2 Jamee,- S ept. e 14.l. ING, 23 1
Edad N FOS Ioe 5Al ed tre. osltnIo I raPrua o petICESrk t.I LAuRGtoE

,_C,, .. .. ERTIFIED DAIRY MILE. served Icy- JUST ItI'Ck~eavEi, New Doublad l -[NEW LAG R Nm __U_______oW_____ FIn)alia
i1 W. .lvi I h wA tY Ai CW i A, tforp'rr. efold. Cotd nentals Milk Ban. 1t0 Park it d Arm*etrat d Crown aas. Lac- L GaNe2robui E Ne r Aord OWF Lt Plea
1.Accc stoIwPAa 1 'A.1, A..T w, M ALOW AING', luog io Wn, end Ae4. rteNtU, A bArtswFaW"Ileaed0 a D rr. rawtng room. S- THE PUBLIC ab heret.yntlad that Pra .
s d 54 Se eaeme.- Vu1. iEr- and COCKTAILS 25 Reid Lane. aithtature. Golden-Orange redy mixke ,ins room, open gallery, STiEETande 2,ng 4- Mr. 4. N. Montgqul of 29 Coffee Siret. 1im Ci lhted
Upp1erv 2 -Aug 2c3 rii-itanrv Sdel ,i ren lu otalrigst.- itig. Ia ,p. Sirede40rk sutr m oaet-S ep t.-u 2. tett. JameEPU LI shrbyC11s heat:tH OE RADIO

GUS. COME. RIA-L A -, --..i--il Belmont. 'Phone 3,.--k Ai. 22 I ah Citric Acd. Prtteervatlve and CoatlMr- low In yard, garage, sit r venJen -o Pn F oernanedo, has cured a Baslin te l Aug. 25.
t .6; ,o -A Auhe Murie. Cufepey 'rfin$NCOST NOOn..'- S Acrv Stret. I at $1.0 per gallon. 'Phone 478. S P oermisslon to insecxt from Dir. f liakter 4. LiceceC for T.J Mlda. and Toba go. -Augt 3
.. .."&1Ot REhTAtoRANT... II GASe STOVE i good ord. Appl S SMALL DOUSE caner of Seelen ad following pator- are no longer u rthe2
~lpieeures for Cu'mbrtdge, Commefti.A Vincent Street. "Phoam 752 -tiicaum itrun .... ,ark, 1 ast. T elepon a wa n- Hnnmel-Smith Stree. Success VeliIee. do cp Mu
SgsleiulVES OCK IFegOR FamlnatlonE; -Ka- Lunche- and Dinners. Two h ihgs un. aug 2 .... .... vent iale. Real eargimin. $ ) a. Pe in C. Steel. C Boyce. T. Hazel and F Fin h San kernel
pe~tienced Degrtee Teat'hena pitied hits- Special rnengemenrm far iniiohty cua- I .u*kaY LAYETT 42,1 pieces). Speclel tApply 0. Medltet. St Oild SLt JoeP Noa Those gentlemen are asked In return thelt
S I IA. cluA tRt toe Wea ca tr foe Pa t oiles ta aeeS Citttng eese. Tc avel. Lvre- tlMlD -Aug. 3. rtcats5aasoo5asWANbEe
LnguItf -orlep. 12 Sept. 17 nog C toir. il 'Phone Miare l8. St. Anu. J 451 Belmont Circular R d PoeAp 0Loel IV gned:
Ali G.I0 U Misst... .f Baayack. A I 1A1. 20 Gr4 e eSam Street Belmo At, D4SOsI: enAL ANHenryE3r
A.4 ..K .po --l ... ........s Ni PUMPING UNIT (cumplate). Just cial2 feet of t lat building land e at l o b-au g. a20. taonar an,
MODERN SE.'i"uNIARY S(:hOOL, no- ,UTOMOTIV3 t~he tln fo.t r Wartm or. Iousenokl Water I Martin Main Road, 3 mmnutes' drtve areas TI/if PUBLIC Is hereby notitied that t, i
...tem Aer --II Iselt. 15. ____________ aIu.aply. i Pums p by Lee and t I nWr o, intir Roads JUncati n. il,. Part. inta; 42r1s- NIadCare Domlavaty, a irs Rf AdophiS Dial-.W T
itoAItC,'uit tet ve:.At" ier tcna aid EnI gnBd. One. I enh eloe., Si gaio. pee7..19r. urnett.-Aug. S1o. Iwawy, am 1dt, ivCo.. ..ao ini TrnIV dad. IU
ho Is I r n SU-eN"at.No. .2.. .. .. .3iur against a 7 a. bead. Sins oaen tested [ IMM I)uAlE P o. No.r 1 AL A
Ma? Sclat rU by que Inttlet nlsh MOTORS FKOR k SAL to give .100 Ibe. -reseure driven by half asy- Street St. Ci-t- wia 4k tot of. isod;ADR DLA
gecota. hr h-ils ruam nd TRUCK WITH SIX TYREK 45 8ou111 H.P. Joteanol Iron hoeN Gaslinee Motor. JNo. Sc Sadilie Road, will acrepi part pew-; --Aug. 20- nela tet
Shtis ll A -1TF, O Y n V, 8% UZ a il iaray. T npna --SeptM in,1re,14 CpraiBolvad 6 e er3im.u

una .-- et.-. .Ap .Aly .teve renoett, So-ttha Dairy, msent and balance by nt'stalmentu Fere THE PUOIC I notiBax that we, sue
g4ivdual tuotln in home stmisplters FOR S~K ALK. ONE SET MO't(iIR-CARt 'Atlu.--Aug. S A. IpartliTrI 'Phone 4820 or 1151,. -IAug 5.a Chung Co.. have acquired the buSlaeea
m aommen c tiember 4. 'reiephonre Wl'HEELV for 0 x 0 tices Hutat arty lSAND tNAVfL. METAL SUPPLIED. lof Aphone L e ung Wo ,a-y.Ag At1e.o, Houte
ire. K ICRiIng .iI .-ept. 2, can Apply A. L ars. S an Feraitrdo.e- W, A. Mottrlcerd, 7 tRroadwaG. 'Phone I Wa.ter Factoryo o-W--inPrgin csle oInsd eose
JOSEPHXSA CFIEL (Univ-rsity srue 2 41 A OlaS. No o Ol 3 uum [S FOR SALE Monday. August 14 1;41. We do n ot tA ming
FT. ,1 for 52 Apiy' air senal money- ONE 10 H P. FORD VAN in good r. Au gT ONE 'titREE-M ORS UE POWER ELEC- [Bhold ourSelves res Monsibalm fr any debt.o Streetdow
l erto Manager. Ideal Supply Stone, litoc rrder Tyrea fair. Price. 1t.000 Apply] TRaC MOlTiR, Aerated Machine. 'I'wo PROPERTY, No. 02 TRAGAR~ETE Roe~d debta eontra,.ted by A'lphoneLu ,,ng Wo. Bah
B MMl -Aug 26 Raidale Eatngion ling, 9 QuOn Street. Cylinrders, Appl y 30 Season S treet,-Aug. y3 Oferer i n writing to 1e Archbug d. 4.29 Woc-" LO. LEE Wh, Room
O eLISIKNOW EV |tm ne 2 .--Aug. 20. I [ UNEC BRAIS .NEGW CAW. AlsO one pals ford Streett--Aug. 31. aUg CE UNO ACe.eVe36
a.P Inornft-a of 0 G .ke English ONE FORD V-EIGHT 193b Modal. NoV n'ota TeaIL CtOEll-grown). Apply C n- NEW CONCRETE NOGGING Modern 5" o-ug. 31 . v R M
gieates troble,--School. Office. Irasnable Ifter reftaed. Appaly A. How- droi. Mos u t4Ito Creek San ernando. Bungalow. nC St. Vincent treat. wth one a-2.COF,
Take dalTy English e c nguage arI. H ONEggtn 4 .o 'Phone 445s0. a to N.l 'En Ine 4bilO1.-Aug. 2I. lot eo land. Price n70300 2..gApply H |. A
Maseasf (Plian s hoofe-. S lept 3. JIan a p223 after 4.- -Agn 0l. [ OUSEMOLbD FURNITURE Inclurdins Pray&C. rIott Chtoim ttreeo San We- PERSO NAL NOTIC w
mL A U H I |eone wardrobe. h.de, dresals table ano nan --eu. 2. THEEPttWLOCE,-sT IES, Er GS o n that RIE
%4ltaer items. In very good oDtltuA Apply BUSRES" "PREMISES at .. .. eveDth Tamyi RileJoner lowind thecarePiana ro e-
orlss.____H_______San_ 40 New atree--Aug., a-, O i t ldSN.E Joteph inRoad. Ap fl tom lon gro m yhusb and thleen aa a and prOTt
IF 'v; U I1" SLS1 P SI Sewing MahbiAe iRA1NTS N F D tng 1.A ilsng. dWiliam0.... ........0... -itsu. 1 no not n014 my-asif "espontbls for any
i-I- OUso. Now DoTubledaLe-ALALEE CYLER BUlerdRGALOWar.vaiyApmyAl tenOf
CERTIF IrEi D witYhM IL rre lan., Perfect edndlion. A. ...... Ai ICLARIW ADAMSa
Wshr mootia.MAY WILAM A ED IGE 4OF -AIcoturig. fr in ad eatdIt* IoR Vos ithGwaterEE, a SoAM. THUEPUBLIC la hereby eotleilithat $40StPrce

r ad CCTIS 2 adLJbne.OL l ru RNITUREa INeCLUD- yoma uto mAply So ae-on'. -.-a 111,,' am no lw.nt re p t.snatbe fb my wtfe.
i e&.,eme 8 E Is.. I 1MG spin-elt~t-~~teo and Radio. Samt. IS "TltiGm) O~m., nnWm. ltv'e Jean err.l, and A donot hel my- For P1
O'coo s treeLAug a. .PRELSRE, SnFrad efraosbl for any debt or debts eon-p
.(A,.,v i I .. R, ..... Lar... ne,,wly built Dw..ltn Itot, Mo-. tra.ded byhr- s- e ha-- n left my, care.
1035N mt STON PIAN.v m dean ...e.incs o 1 --- and....- q 1.4...
jr, a Stieot-sep. it. "Td/ fe gra Ret obert Deavreey l AgenLO- ut. mt tm lnm,n l
.....LC..... U...late.. ..in...te.. M C A L JA ~ R .

"'^ \VW^.//l'a'yKaBeatfutll Cabinet; Now NimbwFll AMrr .ALL and LARGEPOPEYIS _AntiT It*-Quarry Street. a-j^a
t eo-mplete with al Baceeoetri. atodtriu. ie lat* ei. aloS \ nvetmea.' -A U $L.
\' \IU11 lol Of t k .-Amg 14). goir.a*M ciN. ,o r141102 '~A. t M PUBLIC Is helrby Noted that 1 ''"----
1 0 L Be t. e a9m m Teo. o blpati0 e apply- *toeStree*t. e not responsible tor any debt or debts
L .0 P o e --ept. IL tt*actd by my wif Ivy "fort.
1epalred and painted without varaul PNMOIA) DWELLING" HOUEt o' Savigltoftd my protection Auut1, 91r.
marna motor; Freehold Land With twotaa a beto on 4 Alots of l.n.da ST o AgnatE,
,bui d wthgs. PRAM. preMateiRossi lueafatomy. care .l.T AnId p IRIo
buar tane natern witah ea>Mw ou. ptrna tvao Vstof trdt trees therteons ituate Oa -sAug 19. San Fernende
> two otaer btlldinths Mrs. BuirOgewH. gt Man rl= t boSmtid Pv5SelS THE PUBLIC Is hereby notifetod that Il
I Simmo BOa with Sprling MattrsiN#S. eM0Po.M. tApplyIg O. aS ft est m not t eponstibl for any debt or debts
Contact F. S ulul 'Phone t163,--Au. M not tracted by m wife, Aye"h, She hav.-
&.iJ '1111 "i^ t iI CHRON1UM BABY PRAM. Prctlalry OPERTT. No. g Richmond at" gu .lt2 1y4 Prot.tlo
erIESI tNew. Apply 0 Prince Street, or P*Se Port-of-Spain. Offers in wtulng to ,i s AZ'I MOAMMD.
rTstS; EASIEM "ot,*-Au,,-np20. r-,.... = AZIZ M(04AMMD,
DOD O.P BATiG OTNO PLANT--Pwr, Moore Aes. St, Ans's.-A -Aug. 20. Prince Town.
"W O O.PP/Vtop r l 1 3Eatr LdTInN PLT 24 'oIn OBLIC it hereby aotistaI that
Soda Water Machnei f nadgae5-Libo "*VALWAv'pUaRNgISHED AI ugc ~ ~ e et
~~~0Wet4'0 Lu.-h#_ta--a4orddta' Sr lolig e-mrwieetw,"Am /Worhn ~ksft s~lGED, "Iem n o loafer responsible for anydebt at
4 01ti. le b ta c o n tra c te d b y M Y w i f e, 1 &~
MNhowail --TreeRadius-- T'ypewriter P Apl ima Hugis &e ;OIL. -PM-eull to. she bavinltf ybon n m
--Thre Portable o amosbeeio.22-.Ib- fSpain-fAt -Yho. contasi Augupt ro. 1044
*DT$oPe.Uesem Cu7lerly Louts 0= O FlmaEn REOLD PROPERTT. N.. l 2 t-uI A lu IMA. SOT.LO, I
1 1 1 8 *',. -' il tHKV CN a Ctte>l.-.-A. M B, i a. Of n wrlttn to .r -Auug. 20. MbSei R044. W COT IN
Ha Hamel-.aIth A Co. olilttor, Port- THE PUBIC to hereby tso ttll thatA
MONAD h hp -e. tIS D AD. Leossetold.C contracted by my WaIl, France" M aas. I Chrl
RADI 1 EP C e4 llof ael tIy Slid 27d k- Alt' sItes I* BePS de lasted thee ite o she having left my home May 210, 1944. 5l e f4
..7JOII.taer--Au&ST Westbepea now avaanbile. suitable tot 2 PRUDENCIO MEIIAA. of $3,
AD- RANn I tD ana Mquick -M t DM' S Ir CA CADE. a m not re sp onsible for any debt or debt s
JO" PM D S/oa"ei, S tev .5 gshose, Other residntial si~te oe dldew~ld --Aug. 32 i~o
eae a Ovee-Maher,u t~lafn Sill Wal,.ing Mine and .Ridl.o TerrsoS,. TH/E PUBLIC is here~by sloeldtd that t ugao
kiC-.tn.ed ye'Phone I t 0 -Aug . 2 Apply "M ablhi1a, ightsauorlap Road. au m no longer reos oneibe ,of uany debt or g oi=l
AL -" t D&4mt t. L'6-0 C__ O. -So .. ":...debts c ntr acted by my W it*- Ire "e C PO**. a
010. 1 a dki~liret.Au ft. I P R PtER7T- OUp asu n one lot land ago having left my onre lo &; prtectttion 8
UDWJil045 COEaL.ERY. Do Vilgine1 I 9eeadway. Renlal gS. Apply Henry July 3. 1044.
Josigusa recommenm dd Ovemn-tove Re. Des, ower Elteslde, Sad ho rnnForl.an THOMAS ORIIUSE.
SeIfe. II BaIII n Setret-Sept. I. AuSg. u2 3.-Aug. 21. IIl
01241" lamt w a -?dttd sa m hbbh 1w 7% the T m~ ad ih &m w C all. d, 25. a Vot." w ft5 r -
R M^ SL^S^^St^ *l-?
010'Y^^ aa^ Z w^&^**

ac mW dto-

Mtt fit~ *f eft* m mmme

hav I ~se Wnm Sme

g met 10 B UMt Mt liar
e A=dby?~.- Pat

o %" ates?
m t the *a4 1fatW t
d a. LatM lUly, I'* $ Pi
ft nty utA ds Pth-E
SMa PerAndo.
rtnr, Ls ahery Sledvie Tave
i enuens.cia e fr mthey Bay.
* diet al 8 "Fernado wblch
orto the ptaySE as tran
he ITH e Judly 1944. The Pointe-
LiUndr 4ew Ins. 40 Patiet -
ined < P t-a-Plrr Roied
= Street, Sa Fermndo. Pigs"
V I ce Polntesi-la-rr, a 0.
ernrando. 10I-i rsne.-Ama.
IUO CIs hereby noted tUit 1
nger reponhbie for my wife.,
shlre. na dootb). sd I do fmyi
for anyt debt or debts co.
her. *bt having left mY o Sn
lion mince July12. 1944.
Succe Vilhlage. Lavotille.
BLIC Is hereby notified that I
Sir responeible for say wite.
ly A st responsible for any debts con-
bher he havinge left my can,
lion sinre Augusit 1944.
Malabar, Artma.
BLIC Io hereby notified that I
iponsible for any debt or debts
iby my wife, Adina Sylvan, *h
toy home April 1t, 1944.


oing T737. Reward.-Aug. 2l.
lion on Tuesday, August 22, at
on the spot: One Unfinished
l e* Laventille East, Mt. Ann's
lands of Josephine nord. for
land rent.
Aiclioneer and Licensed Balifk.

of AmIerican cooking essentl.
.00 owlih prosptct'o raise it
y. Apply 10 Qouen's Peilt West
a hours o1 end 10 A.u.-
LADY CABHIER-n-must be ex-
Wm. H. Kennedy & Co., Ltd. 38
,are Aug. 25.
pply Drake. 8t. James Barracks.

h. knowledge of typewriting and
ng seeks employment. Call 11814,
p.m. and 10 p.m.-AAug. 25.
r for Doctor's office.e 'thone
INVITED for unilue BWin- .
th litreet. Bar v;'aI. 100 yards
chlll-Roosevelt Highway. Land
ents urtll 1966(. Il.ghta. Water.
apply 18 Roberts Street. 'Phone
I 18.
YhMOUTH CAR. Good working
oie 8220. -Aug. 25.
conditioned with two almot
and three new recaps, may be
idson Motor mupplt.--Aug. 22.
ATk SALE. P-b218. 1940 Model
n. Very good tyres and tubes.
anical condition Offers to T.
aterloo Estate. Telephone Couva
-Aug. 22.
14- -194O. int Clas e4ttdW
.Taltiplo 4t01.-A&U. I.
RN MILII one travelling ease,
I., ;ALL. DRUMS. $1,00 each.
keeper, "Trinidad iuardian."
ase apply to Angustura Bitters
t 8 George Street.- AUg. 2h.
eutomaitc ecode transmitter, with
one. Price: $29 00 Speed from
iide per minute. 'Phone 7338.-

60 and 73 ft. long. Apply Mr.
31 Charlotte Street. Aug. 25.
y in Woudbrook section for de-
uple (creolel. Private entrance.
1i-133. "luardian."--Sept. 1.
purpose of storing eases. Uust
in ctiy. preferably vicinity of
,-Richmoni Stieets. from Park
nward. Approximately 600 eq.
Shannon, :l St. Vincent Sire.t,
3. -Aug. 25.
'd locality. Meals optional. Ring
ouding Village, on Main Road;
of Land with four buildings at
ippiosite Teacher's House, next
hool. Church, Post Office. Rental
we $2,800, Apply H. Prayag,
itin Street. Ban Fernando.-

t.F C RADIO t7). "TaUt,"
ado. Sept. 17.


built of Stone con-
6 6 Rooms, Lavatory,
om. Open Gallery,
Kitchen, Servants
and Watch House,.
Healthy Good FPihinE
rnd Sea Bothing.
It- Ca-Uvigay
m Malulaud
Ilnutes by boat from
Suitable for rearln
rticulart Apply to
A. F. MocLeod,
St. Maria Ormeada.

ti -U 1 6-T. Mr. al A. a.
00oud ANBON A, 04 warstgB

Sfmts.-Frianx, de StwIs eMa
tHdl need. Meraval: meisat of OUver
Pritaftud (earstakr of Mareval Reservoir)
= w Of Mm* tol Pitchtard. in# -
- L U .SI p.m. today.

RODIPO-James P. Rodult Agusut
In dherlbad memory.
-His dw*OK.
MARKN-In loving memory o fMat .ua
Mark who d4parted this l. Anust 19,
Gone but not forgotten. ,
-He loing stlVee,


BY ORDER of Adam Clayton
Smith and Claude Marshall
Buvell Connell, Trustees of the
estate of Edward Lytcott Bovell,
deceased, the nderslgned will
dfer for sale by Public Auction
at No. 17 St. Vincent Street
(upstairs) on Wednesday the 23rd
day of August, 1944 ALL AND
SINGULAR that valuable freehold -
property known as "Thurban" i
being part of the estate of the
said deceased situate at the cor-
ner cf Dandrade and Gittensj
Streets at Paradise in the Ward
of Tacarigua In the Island of
Trinidad comprising ONE ACRE
and SIX PERCHES more or less
which said lands comprise the
Northern portion of the parcel of
land described in Certificate of
Title in Volume CXLIX Folio 423,
and is bounded on the North bv
Olttens Street, on the East by g
Dandrade Street, on the South by
lands of Edith Adela Hutchinson
and on the West by lands of
Elizabeth Blanche Bovell.

The purchaser will be given va-
cant possession of the property on ;
the 1st September, 1944.
Dated this 25th day of July.



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