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


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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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ltuf - ABZ3083
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Warsaw Of Foods

'sore Major
I Nazi LinesScheme I
gC Government announced yester
Nr. ECuma the committee which inquired "1
I. (AP) Two the various departments of the
,lumls wheeling S during expenditure," it hua dec
ibotd rof Oermia flour and rice.
BO SloeUties M embers of the committee a
otbhr Soviet members of the Executive Couwr
Ao the eastern ell-are the Hon'bie Errol do
prussia. cored a Santos, Financial Secretar:
depth" in west- chairman: the Hon'ble Sir Lenna
Me new central O'Reilly, K.c., the Hon'ble K. V
Armies was on Wharton and the Hon'bie M. .A
nd the Moscow Maillard.'
of improving Besides claiming that people
,m "east and north- have been slow to register f,
p eastern suburb of consumer rationing, the Govern
ment and the committee alles
Iistula River, about that "there are many members o
- o Warsaw, another the public, consumers and shop
ich on Friday cap- keepers alike, who have. expert
ig, rolled through o'ced difficulty in understanding
uites and tightened the somewhat complicated coupo
t ring on three rationing procedure."
UP divisions. Enemy Government. however, propose
40 break through to to revise and develop the schem
bs were beaten off of controlled distribution now i
force on the bais of information
yon the offensive obtained from consumer registrar
ring along six tlon a-d to revise the allocation
of defensively hol- of controlled foodstuffs to catering
*e whole 1.200-mile and other establishments by re
*ptward. The Nazis stricting their supplies and mak
St sirc lng more available for home con
. tanks, 350 aircraft sumption.
z-t men, in vain at- Ful text of Government's cornm
e their front in "munique follows:-
t days Their last- "Government's proposals, de
, not prevent the signed to ensure a iequitabl
it reaching the East distribution of foodstuffs, wer
oi', or developing described in broad outline in i
1 'men and material, communique which was published
B for obliteration in the Press on January 11, 1944
military machine, and the Food Rationing Regula
decisive moment in tons, 1944, were enacted on March
6 offensive, the Ger- 8 to give effect to those proposals
initted that over It was decided that flour ai"d rice
Troops have gone should be the commodities to be
Wlong the front, controlled in the first instance.
military spokesman. "Consumer registration centre
News of a major were opened Irom March 27 to
Snorthwards, from April I but, not only did many
d positions north- persons fail to register at those
Sin the direction of centres, but persons have aubse
*'Renewed attack of quently been slow to respond to th
['eCes east of Warsaw appeals of the Food Controller t
ttd as a counter- complete registration, an essential
9(e German offensive prelimtiarv to any new method o
Smay also be looked distributim supplies. This fac
S .viet offensive tor has been responsible for th
central front." delav In the *aauguxatiof ( UN
qm three tank "On April 4., 44, His x celeno
against a broad the Governor appointed a eammit
F eastern border of tee to enquire into the possibility
t the same time of reorganising the various de
4 "breach in major partments of the Control Doard
of Vilkavlskis, 11 with the object of reducing ex
M frontier. Farther pendlture. In the course of its en.
ovsky's guns duel- quirles, the committee reviewed thi
IMesumpa Riv.r, pre- scheme for consumer rationing
Making it and lnvad- and, in the light of circumstances
1 In force. .which have changed considerably

UaI Ing of Soviet
. threshold of East
Sthe Nazis to bring
AW inside Germany
SInto action immrdl-
att-les under Mar-
S and Roksovaky,
R Incordinaled at-
i 100-mile sector,
g Warsaw's eastern
SLyso Mountains,
San ilesia.
Command timed
to Orice at the
SIvan Chernia-
SWhite Russian
IjmIg the battered
:tithe soil of East
,unIet home front
Aomft Moscow's guns
R-'d Army's first
SMsational develop-
Winent, the Germans
Wly 75 tanks in four
faced with a smash-
Stchallenge for a d?-
4n Poland.
SUkraine Army Is
* Oerman divisions
**e Bandomierz, as
At spearing up the
'the Vistula n the
fences. in te
*ft Hall of Sando-
SOf the Soviet units
fed tide by side.
i de.

L 1"' mediation
f the disputes
l3 decisions: -
Sm lithe mainen-
Ie fLen t restrain
It* 'speedy use 'o
M E-, deilsin is

since the date of the decision to
institute a rationing scheme has
re.-omnm ded to Government tha-
the scheme be not pursued, Thi
advice to the committee has beer
accepted by Government,
"In order that the public may
be fully informed, the factors
which influenced the committci
and Oovernmnent in reachil"
their respective decisions in the
matter are recorded below: -
"(I) In general, the necessity
for consumer rationing, though not
for a better distribution of avail-
able food supplies throughout thi
Coloy, is less Imperative than
"(2) Sknce the decision to Insti-
tute a consumer ratlonlnr scheme
was made, a conference of supply
officers from all the British West
Tndian Colonies has been held in
New York and it is apparent that
the general food supply position
and the shipping position are
more satisfactory than hitherto,
"(3) Reserves of flour are ade-
quate and can now be augmented
at any time if necessary, within
reasonable limits; on this ground
alone, the proposal to rati6n flour
can scarcely be Jt'stifled.
"(4) The local production of
rice has Increased enormously and
It now appears possible that im-
ports of rice may exceed the
amount originally allocated to this
"(5i) It is estimated that im-
ports and local production of
rice 1 1914 will exceed by several
thousand tons the quantities of
rice consumed in the Colony im-
mediately prior to the war.
"(I) It is estimated that the
local rice crou In 1944 will be al-
most equal to the amount allocat-
ed for importation into the
Colony. Thus, owing to the im-
possiblity o f brin.tin locally
I rown rice murder rationing con.
tao, only about 1 aer cent of' t
colony's total supplies of rice
would be controlled under the
rationing scheme. In view o
these facts, the very purpo of
ratioalnig-to provide equal shares
for all members ef the ommuntitv
-would not be achieved to ay
satisctory degree.

U.S. Surplus Stock
Disposal Studied
Proposals for the transfer of
U.S. _u-plu property a.d medical

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rday that, acting on the advice of
n to the possibility of reorganlsing
Control Poard with the object of
tided to abandon it plan to ration

Toulon Fall

Parachutists Contact
Maquis Forces In
The Mountains
ROME, Aug. 19 (AP)- Allied
Headquarters announced tonight|
that French armoured forces arel

Allies Drive On Frencwh Capital

Paris Rocked.


Annihilation Of Flowof
Of Two Nazi Armi.
I-ORCE. Aug. 19 (AP)-Tne batt
for France rnd nnlh||latlo nf t*

1 driving to the St Maxime, 22 miles fl. . tod V, ay on the a.pprtcne of
.I ...- northwest of Toulon, and only 25 P PAa's V* iF / r.en t Prech capital was rocked by exh
S azi eet In Southwest miles northeast of Marseilles. c o west o Paris ThS
Na8 iFlet I ----.s* Seine, nor, hwest 01 Paris Th
5 France Stnw9 Algiers radio ,aid however, that B )*: / S poslo.V an d s wared by AIesxapR
DX France Scuttled ? the fall of Toulon was immine.-t. \ ." ion and sared by fire ap
SIt said the Allied forces' southern i t N parmntly set by enemy forces hur'
V. By CHARLES FOLTZ France dri'v had reached 50 F y A N t A C A t- Cg to ai'bn dind n the city. but 1
IRUN, Aug. 19 'AP,-It was miles inland and the parachutists icnVi correspondent id tonight
S aned tonihtthat athe Ger hadmadcotac the Maquis arsis n:t going to be a week-e
le man fleet In s uthwest France, in the mountains. PRANCE Ro nt
.r both naval and mercantile, The French drove suddenly L Reconnaisance patrols of tl
h and ith e Ba o ahead of the United States unit t oF A C American Third Army. however
e Biscay and the Gironde Rier which carved a pathway for them. LE M weresaid to have stalked neu
of channel near Bordeaux. The Simultaneously With the French '..0/ Ak
flneet consitdo ub." Simultaneously with thtee re~nchh to<. ^ ./*^*'%o.^ ktM to theLAN Suub t^ "rof" Paris galasli s*%
fleet consisted of a number of columns, troops on the right N n '- prismyg Dck n( opposition ,
Ig liary ships, li~ht. submarines, Grasew. ait, miles northwest of ~mlso ae nteS
torpedo boots, subnrines x flank have reached the vicinity of f v f o Genmral George Pxttonh
n armed trawlersnand .many o. Ca es B t ilwes Army n n advance ot
alfrigt" Th^,^Cannes and La Basiide. 23 miles n^': /^ V ^^ *~f tY C' o rthest, rl of Paisi b
al freighters. The freighters northwest of that Riviera rescort. *t .l f Mn on the rernaoa
es could beseen fromthe Spanish The Germans are pulling out /ROor ofb''' [ miles northwest of Paris, boam a I
e fahcrVtoday They put out rapidly, no demolitions have been La forcing tem retroatitemp aGeranive
n and werfe cuttl a few es encountered and more than 10,000 Bb, -/ forcing tem to attempt w petlo
and were scuttled by their prisoners were taken, including / cfssing of the bridgeless river, P
S crews who went back ashore in two German generals. T t Tt is Inth rond tim within P
Slifeboats.a tfor tion reach- French armour taking St. Maxl- c days that OcneT(ad l Pitotnc' fircle
g in here said the action was min, scored a 10-mile advance. ChJctO, aInd rh rom their Paris o
similar in the Gironde channel. The staffoffcer declared that the. .
The Germans evidently chose Germans have virtually exhausted
not to risk the perllus voyv e their reserves in France. Al- -NAPT( <...0 ,$ French Reported
through the English Channel to thioueh they Are Pulling back LOCUSMIS In Control OfVih
- their home bases in light ships. raridly now coming stiffened re- C "VichyI,
Their heavier U-boats, based on distance is expected as the Allies L DN I 1 O i h
.- Bordeaux, left .ome days ago. p rnorthwardI U
e ", ships.... progress nortward.ingLONDON. Aug., It (At%. -Its
B d-- .-- General Patch's headouorters hMap shows three main Allied dri veq In northern France towards Paris and the Seine. Allied oteel- United Nation. rndl, at Algiers
-T Ia T announced the capture of General pied areas are shaded In inset. aad thlat y "there are reportha,
e Ferdlna-d Neunll. Commander of that French forces" of the In.h
a z the German 62nd Reerve Corps. tieioar were in control of Vichy,
T Deen THe was the second commander to 'Planes r Pravda' Sail" there
ST o Defend be taken lanes Opread Soviets Not ITo Interfere is I cAre.otheodere
G o hic TOPtPOSITION FEEBLE II Polish Politics G *1 mns In An efort to i
Pe I'ohcLne ,.o ,., Havoc Among '" o4.,"All) ,..,- Exiled -Polish .o.msern'sn;nof 8'ctathe ~ripfteenth_-h
Gothic Line 'MThe American Seventh ^rY1 1 LONDON. Aug. 19 eApe Ex ie Poi foce
meanwhile rolled westward on a P j polish quaint I ilid that M*. eFrtivr fighting force left
!f "-L-" rin 30-mile front in a broad enveloping | >hI ht' Mikolajy, .k, PtMlie MiisteAfr r ance.p'rtw oea fc
S FLOEv LYN A HINZERLING m movement outflanking the biW i Il Ia 1 roO of Poland's exiled Ciovernment Uoverm ie L Th'e twom German forces whiA
FLORENCE,* Aug. 19 (AP).--Mediterranean naval base of r hadeobtained tile person may t nder the mintsterrfic0
e Allied patrols feeling, out the Gr- Tou'.on and heading rapidly t- had obtained the person o ."d e td auser hib as 100,000 M
mans found them sittin- in their wards the Rhone Valley, natural N D N ORDANgE1P.8 n a.rare from Salid o po- were n dr the mlt tedrrifct aer
le Gothic Line and apparently deter- pathway for a juncture with the LONDON, Abgl 19 rAPa. Allied tet non-nterlerence in Pc- 'Pvas decl dtd today that tatilt ensr seen ib any the t fl-e
o t ou ds ar blw sead destction and lands political atid i-tisrit. the tetolt of PoiIti patriots within nd ari osin-g tank, by thh
o nied htIt out despite Americans n northern France. n amng Gerandivisions afaasa as doi ed to failure a dred s end trttm'ks by the thotlsaIP
I Frenrh and American landings in Less than 350 airline miles sep- running from the Seine before While the exiled Cabinet he o .aCt, and hotly lashed Thenr reartgualras fought ill
f southern France which threaten to rated the two forces which are bad weather released the enemy gingerly appioftached a show- bnk at foreign ciltlcs m of Red tely to hold back the onnrusi
seal off one of their best routes, moving rapidly towards which are bs hmmein O
e There was no perceptible loosen- union that would split France in on the merciless hammer itg dot on Monday on relations Army operations before the Polish American. bribh and Cuft
which had riddled and burned with Runtia a source close tro td ic at. Red Army troor s "have armies, driving glos the
my lines anywhere o haltlo il lly.n ov t a cc o ot n d or a driAt
kc 5Of Alowed mranc o more tian previous days, t5rmh ohs bAir with the Soviet sid ree- teir blood-soaked battle at WX- enaer l
alaAas *A*W & h^rlas 161r, -rdr^- *,Pr^^ svd14o'.
c a Allia~hbug through t e drail ,3 eq ae m i lest m n keted the area late in the day. m ent with the National Liber- a aadeclarath o R m il tA
However, the aeco:,d tactical air nation Cotmmnittee rwere 1ot only which was Rfounded tiy Stalin. of Roten Their forces, b
which prevented more important extended rapidly. German oppo- farce in the fcrenoo,, knocked out possible u ut quite likel3 within 1i'neral not', leader of the up the rear north of Turin, are
'OP.:rations probed deep into sition is relatively feeue ot ."" 59 motor transports east of the a few dayis. f Warsaw ii.tnr',tlon, takes orders ferlng terrible easualtieS nd
Enemy poittions In the upper on the coast directly east of Tou- Falits-Argentan area while Unit- from the Polish Governmen, In large part of one voy of d
IY Arno river valley and it the Adri- ion where stiff defence is being ed States Nth Air Force foh her-
1 Stae.os 'Ninth Ai ra Rural ^' London, rather thaa from Lublin. vehlcles were set on in by tekt3
d atic sector, put up). bombers s'.pt the routes o re.-,at, of the Soviet re "r-iiad oiPo- fo ig hter 'planes.btrthf
Sporadic artillery fire swept the The Toulon garrison, however. Is b r ,pt th rout o o the iovset re iu Pol om fiher tlrs. Oefw the
front and -the enemy sent out rapidly being cut off b the Amer- Post-w ar R ural ,.Commttee of Nadoi Liberm. t ye nort w
*Photo reconnaissance and field ofi. thr moe nort was w.
their owu patrols. These patrols can push further Oland which despatches testified to the des- PraRur l on.d ratr from lliehcseri set.

frn n the erne my sie nts out Fl r apidly bein cut, Sof b"e nthwes Ainer des-" PJ^flj '-IU r~ l 1r U Dmd Pravda" t-d ist '.ated: AOllie areonria lekeints lyely~ ta
Were repulsed. The lat snipers was carriedpnto igrnd wehhrich n willet *hrnt 1 or moofh ndredrfdb ar e wh"n'oA
high 1ro mdiH oessatatem-2mstitatrbutd o Husi hn ddsobaesi 0rv
,were ciesrea from the central of La Roquebrusla re, 14 miles Allied warplanes on the German iu eo oos o "rda e p steamers tryi r i ; to C. i t.
prt of Florene abit elewhere north of Toulon and along the forces in retreat. At least 71 tanks Djd Yalchn Turkish uoial- o far. Reuter reports d
S There was little activity. hihway leading from Brignoles to were de.st.royed yesterday apd 1ii Tiisn article by Konpr st ilt ,Germans pbably outnumber the
S The Germans e have pulled out ofthe Rhione Valley at Avignon by damaged and some report said D Tmidov t.d.
the northern streets of Florencel way of Aix, 30 mile iorthwe the total was above 200.At leastSoiilt Pv da" stated: 'Only nrnhrs ta ke. i t i s likely the
e where they Stationed themselves of the last reported Americanthlog barges and two river Sbteamers silly ad'enteit e g think ts sro- the moppin l g-up of the Germ. an
for days with tanks and machine-[ positions. . 10 b~ e n w ie ta e ...4-- es m~ t b a~ d ~ ot o nt ~ kt wl eIo e
fordas whaandnfired down athine-streets iNeartipointsof.teapproachtowere sunk on the Seine. Plans to set up medium-sizedapos amidtpeoaled layar it-, theepoct ed. owe
ns nd fired down the streets Nearest point of the approach ying ortressesescorted by hotels In the country districts of a pooy armed people t had been expected orr
but thins move apparently as dic- Toulon came with the capture of fighters bombed the Ploesti Ru. Trinidad and other colonies it the roAded wt (eran tanI" gu'I > indent say tht they
.te ymeirInability to supply sollies Pont, six miles northeast on manian ci centre for the third Caribbean, from St. Thomas in thete PoihisGaoversnmenttIn o forces of a'tsour. l
food for hvenr.y Florentines. the g -condary inland road system. consecutive day today encounter- Virgin Islands, in close proxitmityexeof While the Germans arI
Time eneni still has ;trong Past- On the coastmtought Ger man resAs- In itensefbck hard along the coast, an'
ions he o n thexhaspground sotu tane helda th inder a do en r fight ters toury to ; after the waroa ndrin tichi tlsdW ,i
of the Atl mono River east of Florence. miles due a.a ldaa ofn Toulon. 1her R F.ra uildteing s whcp -hi Saldwaxn -, el hr o. _t t t s
o e tern. aoastd after tlon by t var. ho area un er ended to 'make propaganda" PLWASf N T 1 t ., o
A line has been built ov fihe Ge- Another five miles west from lghtnlngs Flatten consideration by the Aloa GIeamC-TANTOPAS 6 .I
mais i the hills north of the oldies Pont would put General ship company In contlJunctl will'
city which runs through Plesole. Patch's men on an open coastal German Headquarters the Anglo-Ameuica s L'dribbes al -
itwo miles northeast, and theyI Commlssicn,.
show every intentio: of holding PLEAe TURN TO PAO 5. COL. Is UNITED STATES NINTH AIR This was disoied by ot Frank
It ry' 88longtaess bresul teFORCE HEADQUARTERS, France, B ll, gesneial n mlaeinr t hie WIN THE WAR ASSOCIATION OF
There, Allrc <>e sotre clin Mae-a e A,.; a wo Aug. O AP-(Delayed. Big oGer- Trcinidad trantich of te .fl, ho
Tahe Ato crackthemingo t e- h L nman headquarters hidden in the toh ithe 'SUn aid t (1111t r ri 1 *l
open a path t through othie Tu rf a i s forest South of Orleans were flat-1 ,.x whs only p,rt "0t,-, bi, de-. T OA O
Appenines and pour oil to the ni fortes-bto T IrN Dsterday. AND
plains of northern Italy. P promoted In g. .o fighter-bomberr attack 5 at erde a n eop them tat i
S meanwhile, an exasper'atng situ-.. Reports indicated that all four planned for the a tibbe .t

Hur n recane buildingsa Leavesi theSm liesr ^ h s~o~obfr.i,
atio rivals in Florence which is Trinidadians in the R. A.r. buildings, compri ng the head- Mr. l t .' A rti Ine d,- lahi
n. almost entirely in the controlfiguring In this week's list f pro- quarters setup, w ere d estmoed n k after a one-otth bi s
Jot the AI l moto accord to a BB.C. clouded a thick brick structure well trip abroad hih took him Te ta

ST. BORO8, OBMA motAg. ons, according wtoc awp B.: - U,,,A..~*^elg^ elijatiwqet and Gto y ht :11 .^ ..a.
The ermlanso are able to fire poni "Calling time West Indies" broad- camituflaged. The attack was car- U lAt. irnlqxie amd beteitd-
almost any section of the cltv, LastIcast last night, include Flight tied out-by a group of Ilghtninmgs. otipe, said that considPribIe al-
tiig nt.h. fo th hi osto .the ner tr Ser whoghas L t S Bb t n3 ^ nSht fromtheir h post h r ant J. W. Ptts who has beenalLess than $600,000 in W vng Cerfica s
Germans dropped about t 20 shelLs promoted to Pilot Officer; Flight bit 6 dcelopnsent plans, to attraL-
Iinto the centre of the cv. No.Sergeant de Verteull who has Depots In France tn elof tourist traffic, and one of
military casualties resulted but been made Flying omcer: Flying i. ideas behind e reaction o hotels com t o
i-here were *ome civilian losses andlOfficer A. J Carrington who has LONDON, Aug, 19 Reouter) .I in sthe country distrmtits of the lcon-
damage to buildings. become Flight Lleutenant and wa.s announcedt eatyhi tsi niurin lg mt, would be to avoid coeitrat-, y
Heavy rains fell along the frn tthtafceo nami$3
hapeyring fpllati ongth front Flight Sergeant Pereira who has that a force of Lancicsteru made an llng touri;s attractions in the larger $000,000 and those who have not yet OaChed
hmerln 0 tpeatns,. been promoted to Flying Oficer. attack oni an oil storage depot i c:es.
thle west cost of France. Tlue at- By ithismeans, he explained, e their limit should get their investment up ft
ria ne tack was made without loss Lst tourists aiwould be enabled ti Set
H rc eGe night the RAP. again sent oversomething of the out-lying du- the $1,800.00 before it is too late.
T urrcn-e A Grenad Leves1,000 bombers over Germany and
German -occupied Eumrope. rictsofthe varhusislandaswhich,
The main targets were Bremen it was believed, would in course
T rail O f D destruction and a large synthetic ill plant of time be developed. There was
few miles northeast of Essen in no idea of establishing hotels to
Sunaythe Ruhr. Although the weather compete with existing hotels in theR If possible keep buying from the some place
SJundy Guardian Coernepeadent was favourable for night fighters colonies.
ST. .GEROES, GRIADA, Aug. It A hurricane which swept the enemy defences were com. Mr. Bell went on to say hat you bought them before.
the island on Thursday morning left a trail of wrecked pesant homes, letlyatl o and of the great Trinidad woud obviously be the
force four aircraft are missing, hub of all shipping, reajd'm of
landslides, and flooded rivers, disrupted telephone communications Fires were spreading rapidly in where they we. found. to
and did extensive crop damage. There were, however, no deaths nor Bremeni One unner say it oked Steashlp nany. he said. h d
like iftsomoebcdy was running under consideration a programme
i tnju '?A. .. round with a torch lighting UP for define poet-wa r Improvement Those who hove Invested the limit of $1,80.00
Shipping in St. Oeorge's harbour I, a es. will run into several street lift in their various services whiehW
forewarned, moored in the stream thousanaa of pounds, it io expected, pLSAAETUAN TOPAGE C CO.aIexisled prir to the war and they will receive $2,440.00 in ten years; on increws
thus avoiding damage to the pier when ami estimate a es.-, would all converge n this M
and wharf bet',hing. -.In answer to a question, M. I of $k"0.00 which is free of income tax.
The auxiliary sisooner Provid- High Wind Dr. PawanTo J To ein g= 'hstiew that in Spieof
ence Mark, which accompanied ln nS. tiiu 1Nmut11 otwr i rf hr
still missing Island Queh. on the =LL. ...wou.d b iet a tram to
.excuAor to St. Vincent, left forGO Mu c r eu Carib an Council wa e gs.te hsee grto
Trinidad at noon on Wednesday KIN ISTWN, ST. VNCNT service. He Added thatmip ites*i
with 40 passengers, am a them Aug., g.--Early yesterday morning _'iDr.. L.f wan, .3.2.2, 3teri- of the largetstop up In tour-taatt" War Savlngs Certificates ore Issued by ho
several Trinidadians, ran Into the a barometer reading of 2.,09 caused oblst and Senior Patholist. ttaetions during the 10 years Ior odu
hurriene when nearing Tr tidd general uneasiness. .lo winds t be .taht, has W oe in. to the w, these had not betsin GovA mento
and returned before the wind and rcugh seas which followed, vited by theAnAlo-Amerlcan Carti- any way, nearly exploited As theG
beating up Grenada's eamt Coast, caused several Small craft and a bea u ommn- to serve on theould hae bei.nIce
swinging into the Carriacou- lighter to run ashore, 'Me schoon- PrNovi al Ocmmittee of the Ca-. 'Of euree." he went "th# authority of Ordlnence 3 of M .
Grornada channel as the storm rb- era Lady Joan, E. NM. Tannia aniA ribbee Research Council for Pubilic whes ga I n bt
sided and fetching St. George's by Anmsda T, dragged their anchors Health and Iedicine, the "Sunday n g oneae bftees
way of the west coast, since this morning and were still OusardIan",s o"flc'ily Informed, am. knows how soot, the ar
triutetotheskll 51
Ite pessengers were unanimous riding the storm at sea in the The committee will meet at St.w il,,,wAstidhow wion Aftert
Inmnoon. ThomastVelskill o Iroftornp-nwa,10t wn11 S elI Thon who hove hot yotbou t
4( e oiene fciated Frenea rresj on: t onbeiQtl~e 5 tl ih y'
ha P~iteipal\__ ,h.f t'5a'l~ti U Jrs" 1 l' L of ttr itt wat 4 Mrpre to 6110
ess- s. e"" ...amu e in othe eraof tntIle u 5* of that sayaihltfa eaislmadethatiotr. pa tiendfw he yung

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th, e :waterw lk westWard about inila as bet","| aTA A.A, 1 lP-I.- 'n,, "a


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4' 6 Crepoeud &d f Mt| Speta
Mahogany Tub Choin, coe"eits
lirch Dininag Cekk lame rush u*
Foldig Chairs with Cnvs-fm 1
Loth Seat ud lack folding Chain, i'
ealnd Tmk, Cord4 TUbles, Irming aq
tlaktuom Cabinets.

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S I *il --- W X-1 lrty on parsde go I-*- e it MPHiW 111 fcy .Q.M.. T. &* Adam=*. glorm Usa this 4X LLT 0EO yW a ** I -.** r -:
^ 1.-- ii l 04 bearing im M. .BU- ) ose k I tkn (of0ed.ris e .teu fo r ervles at reroe jlag er et clbr.helora ft T
1466 Wu~r 0111111160111 ft*4ft0MMl DPW*ii' O & C wbim M aldrMLG 10 She l. tiej0, aM nr f kftto .MS.CATHC 0 TOILET PRIPali
W iIA L IVU5 11K. 1,/Cpl. A. I. A. Bitch (Trinidad), e. A. Jl. 0., N. b*l tM (VJC). L/C G. M. REBECCA THOM"., spino, T L yPN J
Mcann0. (eCe Trintlidal. L/CpL F. T. D. Lebe (TrIniM - L a. L man TROMAQ (Samara),S ym m.s treSs oPf lia ^ *As H PE
ad). Mitc D. I. PL lef (lmietai) 8 FrsrVe k (Jama|a), L/C6. V. J. Silth (U K.), WIUhtAMS badat Evening
Srtg M. X. Ev-lyn (Bade), Pt ia. R. (ara LC. 3. G. L Orem (J >, rte cL rk. of *ni Atratat. E- UAL I a if"1
S.. l|, Pe C4. Johsn s TrtnIdad),, L' L. A. Newaowm (UAK., Pt. W. Farmwr (rbedah P). te mot, and AN otUOn, W ha
3. A. UsuL ,,B) ]Pt M. Ceacanme (U.K.), i. Vt L 3. Miter (Jomka). It. 3. M. KX.I (Barbade). t. N. D. spinster, clerk, Cf 1, Itoe s treet.nm
oS at gad ")a rt. R 11 & N aa). A L I M. J. w (.). and M. N. C L S. bachelor, tal- W ee li
5f, -d .3( wMor, of I, Hy eoraad Street, St.
James, and PEARL DOTTIn- -v.Ifiyoti lw
ster, domestic duties, of cci, B lay I'toL
tr^CTScientist Sees Adequate Diet or o Sr c 8o s CHOCOLATES (e in
..... ... Di ........ ...gon St. James.th
,*Ui. Posi-war CLARKE, spinster. sa mstre"o kof -k--.
MISSc It '_ Among AimsOOf Post-warPolic Mayo Of uipzig oo .(A,-1. ,Gonzales -Place, A a a -_ rMm as -rlt
ONDON, Aug. iI AP)- LEO SALANDY ha uffeur. eatf 40,.
L0.Gonae Plc. tu. N1 -, Ol~h5 WUU
t mofadequte diet for all people will play an tant D N.B., the Gerrn news agen- Nelson Street, and LICIA RO- .--
I m b t from Provion o dut diet or II people will play n important cy., announced today that Karl JAS. spinster, of 40, .Nelon Street. 1
fth & *Ki""Wo clguuts. Part In domestic and even International policy af:er the war. Dr. Goerdeler, former Mayor of VALENTINE IGNATIUS ZIPHY. T. Geddes Grant Ita.
tions In Wuhgtao t. Ne Wa JobS Duckworth, senior lecturer In animal husbandry at the Imperial Leipzig, sought under a 1.000,o000o of 91, Duke Street, and VERONICA AgnSt
11111Mb ~rk reward frmre nlP.IERRE, spinster, sleamistress, of 10,
9 C-.--. e-d College of Tropical Agriculture, who drew this conclusion from pro- r r frd o murder in ERRE pon ter, eatre of 10,B Rom
tstS of I>p2hlSl nouncements of various governments as well a statements in the connection with the July 20 PHILLIP MARK, bachelor, ba-
Is ectd tl Atlantic Charter, del an ntrtn lecture on nut omAsination plot, was arrested clerk, of 18. New Street, and ANN
r as 181SbsI s t Atlantic h ,deierd an interesting lecture on nutrition to the in Wet Prussia. r.ite of the BULLIN N7.T.-6"1N, spinster, of 12,
giwt '. l.IUUlca. new ftr- Northern Section of the Bril'h Medical Association, at the Port-of- arrest was not announced but Victoria Avenue.
nW wh, who has eslab- the agency stressed that "two RODERICK VERNON ATKINS
S sumer r y epain Colonial Holpitalm on Wednesday night, August 16. members of the German air ANTOINE, bachelor. janitor, of s
tr. Dr C. L. Joseph, chairman off - force played a notable part" In. Eastern Main Road., Laventille, and
...... .. =0...the section, presided G Not his capture. EILEEN LUCILLE ANTOINE. Us D O..OUR..a xrl.m.a
Tot Wr Order sbe nrio enasn Gal" ^ g
div n Frenchmen chosen becus the pronounce- F"Msig con r anchise Kehelor, radioopra^tor, of.. 14,. Dere U~B W a-" Nv"*
Dr. DuckworthSA a that th renada urfite ot spinster, domestic duties, of lOb, Laest books and wagasinee.
rr r subject had been Plaisance Road. Port-of-Spain. E.oGainaWeight
c nbecausethe r One Missing Schooner Franchse Keport VIVIAN OWENw wESTASS, baSC urioksand Noelt
pronunc- WSTMSSToys, Carlos and Novelties
chelor, radio operator, of 14, Dere
F ncmen mention of various Oovernmelpts, in- A (ahlewrm from (renada to T R l C,, Street. and ZAITOON KHAN, spin- V THE SO TTHERN PRINTEKRYI :STCI
Aiat d thamprrvmionefadanto steer, of 3, Schuller Street.
INW YORK Augut 1 broadIncetor qaDe ith. nc Al p ALPH ICHA Df, bchelrw2 Pointe-a-Pierre Road, San
Jteenh forces o0 the intetor quate dit for all peple would be tate that Mr. Si,ieon A. Francis, The Radical Literary and D- parL eepr of 4 Cawnceor ne' al.r.rd ou at ..k Fernando Prin. Tow,. i TS cu y
I li department o o-theMtern art, of doictlc and even inter- C're cia turfie and btine..sma.i bating Club will discuss the Fran- Street. St. James, and MYRTLE woiot's.nntie NAmout oldky-u bl -t o
were urged to "e..n Imme- ls not aboard t;U- auxiliary schooner chise Committee*s report at. its HENRY spinster teacher, of 5, Sa T o'inc offeIh or Itrendhoy A A I TAYS
and total Wa, nin mstruc- national policy after the war. ,lan Qi,cennislln on a trip to meeting at the Belmont Methodist Romeo Street, St. James. wood. California, physician, hI pr o. -:
t h e a i c u~rur a ll'~t. W- c p e h er -S t ar st n o f o l l w o d hadt r t in g o ve r e t n e a .22 .- y
4brotdat by Oeneral Crochet. He went on Tlh scirlnce of St. Vincent since As 5 School at 8 p.t. on Tuesdav. FELIX PAUL, bachelor, cem- sariing for and tr eating the inema
f O the French Cot.ncU lt nutrition serves a.s a bridge he- The cableram wa-, sent in reply Mr. Lloyd F. Brathvi,ite will lead operator, of 3, Soubrlan Place, Rose seret metho d of co.lbning t hicovred HarO Place--part empty-
Lie rtion in solii tween the medical ,sicnrcesind to an inqiiry by Mr Ahpoy who the discussion urging that the re- Hill d RITA WILLIAMS, spin- concentrated extracts. These extracts 4 o'l building site, approximately ..
hthe agricultural hcs timn. The was anxious at th- news that Mr commeneations of the cmmi" 'e ster. seamstress, of 3, Soubrian build rich red blood, sound firm flesh, 70 x 220.; Road In front and river DonIe
z. recorded a cdcast whIch medical sciences, as sone .f, lwir rancls ww,,.%ne of the57npntn-be bacceptedwtertheirline l
paoed the torl '0 narass tne many activities. arl cnceiicd ;o the es| r an- r r .A Place. act as a food to the glands, and thus at back, water and light n land- io
gi 5 g t oetheer__.. ...__s__,rh,_ve_.__r._Fran-_ EDWARD GOMES, electrician, help nature restore health and build
my In alhm Wovements. sir w.ith the provision (if an adequate your Wiht to normal. With normal nt C, er L Veneuela: I
i li unit, aizem htis suppli-s diet for t"he human population. cii mime, how,,,r, appeared in of 6a, Rose Hill, and LUCILLE ES- weight your figure becomes rounded also several building lot a near
Sdatro his convoys .Evler-. The sgricultui,,t science are conn- the p.cnger lst. l 1INOZA, dressmaker, cf Stanlcles and attractive. You look younger, you workers' home, Laventlle. Sto
It s r eionvythe Eern hed, amond g oher things, with onvent elief un Lane, Success Village, Laventille. feel younger. This new combination is no r ouA
benow being Imported rnto thia country
nt 0 0 re oe Ger an the prod00"'10 (f lilt.(k and A A .RA. by chemists under the name of Burids. Large and miall loans en mort- --ives fo
l. b pow m crops for human ,, S NI 70 0 Fr ERNANDO So successful i uroids In bringing .
0il to oppose th Allifioei adl- "Iste li t ini(.i,,, of 'IeP nutrt- rs N- n Hll&ormal weight. health, and happiness to gages.
-, nor must he be permiti',cd t It s ti on i tl, of le ner ere Hug e r The following weddings will take men and women, it Is guaranteed to fix 2 1
fO oude France. Thi t o relate the touilntion Fulrther contributions received place in and around San Fernando you up to your complete satisfaction or 2 av
lodo oalso said: "The hou.r ha or its adequa( niIsmer,t resn arsaw the last puhlhed statement hortly, according to notices posted .hak on return of empty pack. Norman v-reayevec k,
fomm als sol: "Te hor he forlin dect~le 1011", lt I Firs! I Waraw 1age, Astkayour chernLat for Ourefda to- ras
Soe to avenge your dead and ,the prodct capaci ofl the ti- I have carried the St Joseph's Con- at the Warden's Ofce there. day, The guarantee protects yotL REAL, ESTATE AGENT, EllnotJ
ev vnito iary." olud'se t ghiodllrpt (ROME, Aui. 19 IAP.- Ronibe .ent ReIef Fund tip to $9.12?.5 The contracting parties are: d, 30 St. Vincent Strieet. not
according to official list Issued yes- RAMDIAL, bachelor, proprietor, -
*rob. forech f the intror are "investigation. ,of this kind h.ive .rews re,otoiitepd hiie fiires hurn in r of Debe, and MOONGAH, spine ... 3. Cone li
nkln a bid for control of the hrrn rn-ri d onut, i (ire, li rain M eve 1- < tion of Warsaw wh. i The unnibutlons came from domestic duties, of DebONAH, pter, h Progress Aenc ,
Btone-Toulottse hlsh~av, at the for A, twinbrr of ca 1 I; A F.. h'li ., hernhers roared ov,. domesti dutes of^ Debe.^?. ^ -'
nn-Toulouf th e hnees, linking, at th e for a Ibr M .ca.., A F hospital toers roared o. Already acknowledged 68,89625: SOODASAR, bachelor, proprietor, House and (Commission c
of the Pyrenees. linking, the lii S~ith5141 perr cett of the po- t Polish 'it al to deop guns the CC.C, thp Convent. St. Jo- of Suchit Trace, Debe. and POPO-. fgenti B W h Ot
Atlantie with the Mediterranean, n..ili.n of Britain itrtIeiivpied nn d anidmunltion to lie patriots seph $1000: Mils Maureen Yousic, DEAH, spinster, domestic duties, of Offer For 8'-FREHOLD,
accOrdins to the Pwtvi r-dio quot- ui.slisltacirvr diet I hiP s t in ialUhting tihe Gerian s there. Da'e cc OC $6.61 ;oAnious C, C C Stchit'T'r'ace, Deb LEASOEHOLD ,PROPERTIES In '
fme sages fromrn France. on Ihe commumitv rrcei'|rd. in .son" ,, r i h,, f lghe,,s a.si not disclosed. 19c collected by Miss E. M. Ma- W LLIAM HUNTER, bachelor City Belmont & Woodbrook.ET
FLrbhUnis I in full swin: hetw oen cases. ,a diet tlhat cornained the One Liberator pWILLIAMtHUN$1R, bachelodCiMyA ely ,t &t. Vi n tr t oT Do Jun
German troops ad iFrench forces bare minimum of nitncralg and liphtl, t l n*tv appeared am eni, Kellyf Mt14 Threfsa MonteStmreetc o A p Vincent oStret tt r PHIlBERT ...A'IOMrZw|
ermaropsn ciforcesareminineededform i aidttb i tE-IKel.MissTherea Montell rnando, and IVY DANCLAIR, ... P..I..ERT...... od
/ the Interior on the 'ranco- itamint nreded ft r Iaihe.Ii but it,.s sh'r iof fl;,'m.". O'hei.s and others $14400: Belmont Or- spinstere, of Eastern Main R-I e -ad,- 'i E YOti.Ge
*pftetth frontier. in the Psynnne .. .. ...d mosto them lacked r ,adcn the s aidh 1 td t see the fires for 50 nhnaie tirls Pani~h frontir. lThithehalfooofCArne"Tunapuna -B ORGIEwle~.,..le
and along the anyone r it of te popu-i milts and the air was filled with Socialitv. Cathedral branch $200.00. n' b BR Tor DERN BUILDING anHDonJoan Ro
oman 1 oay0thesne.- lain contained 70 per cent of lo 10 les away. Total 9,422.75. VERNAL CORBIN. bachelor, A- E or MODERN UILDIN m D rin ..
the to, ee r- children of Britain. The con- volunteer. of Naparima .Camp, and T E BITIH AND I QUALITY FIRMNITURE illD .n '
-"s utorttu t'S me Le OMdittoe ares because the cot ofst...- I'EDITH PRICE, as water, domestic a nu.I Q
L = of.., fu MIL&P buying.sufficient food ofte. -adofoNAVY LUB I otree, San Fernando.
*Mi ^ "^^ ,n S ftyla th mai rosid kind. was BrewyLnnd the pucitste. a ALLIED MERCHANTI Head Office: 150 Mon Repol I l
aaina) ub occupied by rapacity of most workinR class. j F ying Officrs CYRIL WILKERSON, bachelor, treet, San Fenando.|
ilnaah satrsto, families with children Inwe0re fitter, of Thomas Street, Brown NAVY C.LU
.classdistric-tsthe hildirn were Land, and AGNES CANNUM, spin-
rucighht underttrri And f- m i ster, domestic duties, of Thoma FOR MERC.HANT SEAMEN l
Swners wa faing from a rtnils rondittins Street. OF ALL THF. 'NITED ,
South Oal. rd h d fb ifcot dIirts = N I A NATIONS RA
Anti'Slum Drive iMrRO,'.MFNTNOOPRI..... NS
There will be no changes in the
,Swaiy Gardian_,Correspondnt. 'l "In If3 an htisestigatii iuucr- I 'schedule of prices for the week
SAN _FRNAND Aug 18 tog the whe of C, cat Britain in- commencing August 21, It was f- hC0.. .
souse owners here are repxrt cl dicated thi-t the proportions of t. l.. fic ally announced yesterday, is 5te Merent Nav v i
willing o idemolhh d(el~pdati population nnot irlrimg a good*i.....-- -.. Club and i open ever days
house in the horough and bultd dit had been ieducerid from one-. of'-' Il U .the week from 11 a.m. m
f OeM Ultead, bit tl-y cannot half to one-thi: (of TheI poula- /. TOILET 11 nm.
Af.t slternAtIve aciremmodatonir lotion. In addtimi ,ther aeragl Reuisites Include Vaseih Hair BOOKS CANTEEN .
0 .cup, nts o such b ldings. lr rel of the r ht h w tli l" -- ..q.. . "-'uEER dt ri ha r ii iwO SAt
An authoritative 1i4ce state' third was higher than it had been Tonic and Pomade; Herelos ell- BEER,,. ef.o
4hst when the slum Clearance in Iia. 'the lmtriemerent was laitine:. Waveglow Hair Toenl and -U
committee sta Altr Ita ac-uuie | Icaused hbIncreased emplovmlent JiBrilliantine: Lavender Water; MondaysAugustA.
Fotl._lo Itilln WiH notn bo dtt- sid s by the Aotverrmett a 2l' cme al.. ;.. h a
Clt r t. the co-operation fnr providitiz school children v^ith I ISO: a*-i .E n e* .m. |
0" lWners Ateyare un ,al. Ing milk at, i reduced prices n their C rem; Evening Paris Pn 1owder._ '0 i1.
f" h"ordi' W iqoerat"ia fo pro'ls "td t eImpoe rtan t gig-, SH OW
It Is reversed ti r.(,o l, 'With the o l ibi.ak of sar the.. Brands; Soaps, Powdera, te., tet SHOW
i ea 11 0 "lon I t r t m.m. Sou nd Films. News-1
town is d i teitisv t thre Minitr ,, of Food alas created toO V no ils.... rts.. ..
taSa eip i,,t iH P t , u A NiH.t S p Moiirt a-d. F. eSI Gtu-e-B
tl'.sto tas p ututlil ( tf H health And the M ministry of J
ndst d tir- the Acricul~ure and to repu''.te the ..iier re an U a r Fa an left) and Flyin Officer TRINIDAD'S PREMIER TAILORS OFFICERS' QUARTVRS
P o tr e hPa rs LAW. d I rurall he f odAurIc t "iofatt h e c u .t e The F ism and Fa rfa l. W'ther fo rmer hast now com pleted biat s mn of train- a d O T I T R o l n z H u e t n '
.CO.U on d I theoHousing ul of the 1n combatan 1 plots anisack on actieoerations. The,..,

5ir e "ar. Lmtd sth oo uple of the county, The^^^ cobtn 'it ^^^^'i ~ l
he*toiflk.m eMln~ristrofFood was n ,.abc n cie*ts h.adOTITR obintHeu81e. tAns
hnem. s, the hit'.tlinn would to use thle ration"in,, systm nto tlifr t has comP5OW hia srat tour of operations in heavy bomb- 91 Queen Street ".!Port-of-Spain hoe 5107.
ive been a little better if beLter sunplv the people withl stdcient ora and is now en leave prir to being posted for other duty. 'Penae 45 412. ImlIIIIIIIiilii4'1HHN.rNilIiliiHiiiiitifiiii,
a"s had ben made of the 01,1-4- o uianties of the correct food.;oso
Ne thatil wre not gien dll defed hi'nirdicd authorities,M an Rebuked For
a er to ed SonM who came nom the would beh m ret.nt 2 M a Rb u
ai..t area ase "or 'In addition T to the rationin assault On Vendorl t* '

Th U e onl of tprar waeare born syte he Miisrve (if Foo t In-sr "^ ^1^Mtdh",t ~p. 1 < -^ .1. .:L.^, ~
wa dayrl, s.em It is felt must trnduced works ante-r ii, set up Arthur Corbin, a. /ityVndor, tps s wha eo teolb .
_a t se rious anl d ear ly aten. British restamn. t ts and stimviated witn prviou t wa e O i7ll t t ) t ('-
r i lthout tinuMteoduton thbe provision n of mtioda me al n s at strnly rebukrd by Mr. W 'e J, th ,
fuch o oystm It canof be said scoo l fnr schmolchItldren the n Andre for w -his "cunwarrat n. . t i
consideraith i is being school milk sRchemr continued. Aon Heatelil Cupid, a" 'n r
to health condition in S" per cent of the children in Enq-, lere.d him to Pay fins, costs el I
*ytemo _ntt5J etod land and An per cent nf the chl -. com ensation total lingt$ 19

ted __ ,.. th l r o en cool otat hedue piamniec. a orei n t o giveu~l hie~rt a. handlfetf-reer ~.y""" j
n moN of the better type dren I Scotland receiving m ik in i ws tate O i ei When w e
Wh arens atnow bein g caoolt atreduced prices A Cpd.i wslit ":d ",'nn n i r
~ ".r pla cet- liv SCr tog velvrs' saohel lp. w, y a blnVy rf ue btnr sd I
tt ute old acesI i rrange- factory m nith more than 2!0 em-abaa f p e t h n i
fevn" t "t *- at com pele t bg potatoeso, but he not only
butn fly p Aut horties s caeenr vn nhrea u, bn to m id- bt t id her,
this excellent arram-gement dav meal wal prov ided Whe she remarked that she was
as onlv a temporary measure for "Theotarget set by the Mirnistr sor ehad asked him to help .,n' -So _
s edagrIthtih00mnws to provide one-third of1sryhrh became abausive and slapped
of these tanks the whole town day's requirements of calories I anand l .
might be so saturated as to be- protein in this meal and two-thirds Oowbin refused to accede to the
come unhealthy. The real solu- of the requihmenta of mine',l's woman's request simply because yo
on o thil anlof the sanita and vitamins In adltion the on the particular day he wa iat- HAT may be an old clichebut it is still good D Inrli UM u
problem. of the town, ati s re- Ministry Inaugurated methods 1j tired in clothingt which he usually/ dvice. simple rule for health. Thia, not 0117
borne sewerage Instructing cooks and housewives wore when he wallsport i awillyou kep fmh ando1k your be, bu

;~~ilyu ---adlayubetbs "U'M ^ I E \ t I IA3 N~~
,tat wateo rn seer e in the bet methods of preparing about," and not the type ho us e j

WstePO, m. yo wA)ill8 ere* ieat ece.8.Mr inlo oi.dta et folailM S.^\e Ia every wat Fro thReiC i
__ n ._ foodd so that the vitamins are not when pushing his cart. you wal fee -ter in am1 way. Frm the
Sa a destroyed .m in coolking."- th le- His explanan was that the When you need idustriol equipment to do alMMt yu M &rInk yrfah I,-Onfn
_tecmsprobsb fl WOman saw him well ldres d yyetoCrtidbgpao o fAimrwhoYourgIn=er Clemnlieess
oan d -n,.P lows,,,ja .'9 -1 _e.ri-so 1de-- -as,, nt. .f1t 1a4-t t~ -,_-y. ii.. 5b rt aia 6,11, -ofi~o..,1C will be
nn lived froi, relatitng tthe country's ofPtas to es Ho simply let het adiebe n'th.knwta eou4ntse i riigadepetneahmwiha
-- G m 'dr enls agiclrtutural policy tn steer, 7011 dt d, you
.iuay food recuirements of the peopv W5ua totfltat. -ehera asDa rionv his moth-~fa? haSprbuiltn -throuh ,Mre "to f a eEhowS 9'l iIfIiti'Wok
eloMasd Polie la's1ne ver- witl enuerttn to be applied, witl Hr ight t ba ye y b si W e
of Men~delssohn's "Eljah' will suitabi- moditfiations, when peace t fU 5 she beam a busiv, pars ndmehaicl service. FRT A ,,,,.,, S,
II vntoday alt 5.O Prm. at the rotur. nthete i wsmrlyFRT.Anrw'efehsad os h
he~esaspr n ild he moulth so that she would "eihad ogn
Gh-arens a paor t of an _________ l be ale to cotinue ,bum, Consult us about your mechanical equipmdentpm
d Plecee to be played, bv.the Seven Teachers Win ..,iskig G.q terbin to mendtnhu~ requirements for transprt, mechenicol tilloge, earthan aerXT.. t,,..aci.ahm |ONidity
nrh,'ai l okesta appeared tolgyi mowing, gasolene and diesel menne and stationary THEN .. Andre m.ws ens h liver an
tot:.-na Msi receptors' Awards ..be..n eac. e engines and all types of electrical end mechanical cheek.blilusa....
L Lon /froz th Olr astad~e'bendpo r. dldt herCollee of No l industrioler equipment. wnsi
ee e t~ n I r o a o~ ~ i C ~ i Pa ss list, Is sued thr ough o fficil I 1n R o d I e h P r b 5 a Ar..bem 'm a hi ge m efls.
'Magasr Melody"' got licen:iatehip as follows: Mr.h AJ lmJajit- an cleas the sk'in.g
. P o sf :r d Is 0 1 Juan G o e r m n t Slo iu n tl2 o r n r o h aioidFtl e
R n" Rt oe k: Clet fr nsO Rq ogc r asi s~tant teacher, Sa Qo urt y eeterday, returned a "no
..,, O~ The'llN. Fernando CM. leho1: Mr. I. M. felony' verdict, at the close of th
Slna.n 1st aaitattecer ntlet Into the dahO ~cn
_________ Crs'a'uangs Oovewment School. .ranco. city cyclist, who was
Aho~tate wsind byf: Mr knoce n ay motor-car on
N. C. Gilt se a s t nt tea ch e r, t e E s e n M i o d s m t m
IDNAg 3tP iln .Hres sitnttahr t m anitnfuidta et ENGINEERING CO LTD., v A .
andth tacerhUio lierr LIVERoa SALVlm
on lla [ o~p Boe' .O.School: Mr. A. WI sl t hock and has m-oj
altack conlt ined one all~ Ii ht J lon, held~'RO lecer n a g.1orh tliowing multiple tnjuries.
usmt badben ,vacuatd st hri-hre o eetg Uat eii h oo4srt ath iskjdlIe
sjl~~soe'e cienceCtr, Scroog Tewa drv ,1st, I .. ,Ma.s o SANder-ND
hbaab us of Mrae






iHwdown ,n s a n
Ud v the use of
,it the southeast
H ery much diff
is now.
'F Authony
ts'tr. ,i to sMne
W,40eol atont
t1oW afford
o~sn m In wt
I. work. play
',Will not be conO
Slo longer be sC
eareg and allowed
Svarious other
.will be appropriate
B ent numbers
cod needs. It is
.ite for them wil
t to the post
which is to ren
with pr mise
and future

r to allow of c
98M l as well
yards, lack
major scar2
,boatlng for reds
tion, the conm
unlikely ti a
S average of betw
iht5 to the i
p t at betweenI
I. t, This takes
lt that in somi
as well as the th
Which it is T
the ground fl
e85lusively for b
U, as 20 blccks
ed, it Is not expe.
will be acqul
M of the building
S regarded as sti
.pht be allowed to
as they do not in
Sthe general Imprc
Ml are also ur
,.Jor possible chia
p bulldlng and re
to be served.
in the area under
llidngw and rebullc
I to the section f
to Park Street
and from Frede
h ack to Dry River

The City Gowm Larger'




rAt- The 120 pampinr bows, the
Sto eock, drove out the sea from I
re- background are workmen busy
tely while In the background Li. t
to passengers will no longer use I
ul1- elamation Scheme. of which I
1 be portion of the ha
for ... ... .....
ex-Anglican Churches T'o

Offer Prayer For Allies
open fieclal thanks',2i lnc prayers
is for the many Allied \Ictories on
Sof I world battlefronts will lie offered
tri- n the loly Trinity Catlihcdr.il
lit- and in oth-r Aiinliial chulr-
11w clies throlhioiut thle Cololny
acre this nioninig at the Co'01n-
four niunion services.
i n to .
roe- lONewOfficersJoin
pro- L
0 Salvation Army Staf
are Moving to consolidate as well a
cted expand Its work In Trinida., thl
tred. Salvation Army has juiLst added 1
s, It new officers to its stiff 'n tlace (
ruc- four golng on transfer outside thi
re- Colony.
iter- Aninouncing this, Brigadier Au
ove- sten, the Army chiel here, siate
that the increase "will greatly
nider help forward the work"
range New arrivals are Adjutant Pol
ere- lock, Captain Spann, Captaij
Steward, and Captain Stc,xa,,
sur- fron. British Otliata; Adlutant and
ding Mrs. Crooks. from Grenada; tid
fromn jutanit and Mrs. Turner and Cip
on tain Oa-rat. from Jamaiic: 11t11
erick Captain Burgess, from St Ki't.i.
* cn Four leaving Tr'ilidar nrP \,lu,,

crew of Trinldad's newest and moat powerful dredge, the Wood-
thlis block approxtmatmly 12.MO aquare feet In area. In the right
Y Imllding a temponrary 6.-root wooden je' tv for harbour launches,
he UThthouse Jetty with the police boat house attached. Hta-grolng
this Jetty when leiavingr the Colony. Plans for the Laventllle Re-
his is merely a part will entail the filling-up of a large triangular
rbour a far east as the mouth of the Dry River.


S cheme Start


Esbitblisliitmnt of a branch of
the Central Library at Tobago,
liwt been under c o'sideration for
soille tillli, but because of tihe
war andl tli' consequent diffl-
cIIultm 111 uotainl0 in materials, inau-
guraiout iof tils branch has had
t, be poatponed, Dr. Helen Gor-
don Stewart, Director of tlhe
Cen'itral Library Scheme told the
"Snidav Guardlan" yesterday.
Dr. Sttwart added, however,
thai It was hoped to complete thc
Initial urganisatlon of the library
service In Trinidad between Sep-
tenmbr and Otober and to in-
clude the island-ward In the
At present, she stated, efforts
were being mIade to consolidate
thle work of lhe Library, but be-
fore any def'lte plan could be
decided upon, It. would be neces-
sary to hold several conferences.
in order that the best niethod
tilight lie evolved.
Dr Stcwart disclosed that she
was now engaged in arranging
(.classiticlation fir Tobago.. which
wsa alrPedy eiloylng certain faci-
lities oft llie Central library,

S and -Mrs. Gibbs, of Saui F"rliii.il ;Concert To Aid
going to British tillana: diani. 'onelt
,tAd Bishop, going it Gr'nada; ,.ni \ ar NVclfarie F1und
Adjutant Levene. gone to Burbadios i pThe Port-of-Spain Nurses and
pId for Immediately Here on the way from Barbado:w Midwives' Assoiatlon will stage a
block between Dry to St. Vincent In the present .'my, (concert st the Victoria TnstitltP at
Iote Street regarded shuffles are Adjutant atd M",s48.3 on Wedned. Auust
in POmattepopulaf- The new additions o30 under the distinguished pat-
as sanitation Neces- staff, following recentlt cothph-i\o oi ronae p Gofisn. Eclle ncv the AAt-
othe rebuilding the new Rentre ot Ed'Oaru OL Str et.1 i iovernori. [ th Ha'ble A. B
Edud O .et Wright. Thce proceeds will be
be done on contract are reported litnkd up Nith shared beten the Nurt'se' Ret
be eltior available planned expasn bsion. HLoie ath t (Ttuardiai" Wel-
dble fare Wor Flunnld
b ecom m ittee in th eir f r a 't~
Sthe master lan In their The genbcl r ublc irs invited to
I te are the City IONINU o ROM PREVIOUt cO L. aE tirn ( J Potsi are priced at i$1
Marcanoe the city and 60 'cenLs
of Health: Mr. Survevyr on t of Phannini,
Iwigation and Sani- and Housing, beside, Mr. Lewis, STORY 1O TIlE t'ONGO will be
,.and Mr. C.V. Turpin. by whom it Is to be prepared "The S~ory i)f the Congo"
I.,-.Everswhete in their tour through the subject of nR addrcr' by the
IN NEXT CoL.l the area the committee are finding Rev. J 11. Pool., at the "Missionary
welcome from tenants who see in Evening" of St. John's Christian
their visits hope of relief from ,ridemraer Soeletb.# to be held at
S .crndltions In respect of many of. St. Jonns Hall., at 7,15 o'cl. wk to-
3 which they report complaints by' morrow evpning The public is
J'em have long gone unheeded, cordially invited to attrnd.___
Lryorrhea w. .- --- -
KPMteeth and sore mouth OL RO A
al vitmofyorrhea HASTINGS. BARBADOS
Iaor or later cause
your tevt and to wear
lar ime. Overcome the" I the Ideal place, situated as it is right on the
AMsNa. Amason must
bioth. bldng gusu sand Sea, combined with the excellent service, best
l--fM M-of the.h, or your
ftlea of empty carton. Cuisine, and Simmons Twin Beds.
Slay from your drug-
Slit Money
pbr- ek Fe neta
meat prolkte
Wit m. For Reservations, write or cable the Manager.

*To See

L'AU Hon-es
Read .. $I,IW

R. Best Price
Street, ta-
R DeW ....Cheap
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Your Sunday SWIfMMING and our

Brothers Gain Honours
In Military Training
Sunday Guardian Correspondent
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Archbald,
of San Pernando. have just
received news of their two sons,
Walter and Carl. who are now
In ti.'ining In England.
In a recent letter the voting
mnii informed their parents
that tey were among eight
from South Trinidad who
passed out fronm the military
training school with honours.

Govt. Schools Get

Religious Teaching
Assurance that. contrary to the
common belief, religious instruc-
tion was provided for pupils of
all religious sects In Government
Schools was given bv Mr. R.
Patrick, Colony's Director of Edo-
cation, to a large ,ludlence of par-
ents, teachers and children at the
"Speech Day" function of the
Arima Boys' Government School
last Thursday.
Accompanying the Director was
Mrs. Patrick, who distributed merit
cer,iflcats ,ind War Saving Cer-
tificates to children, while Mr.
Salamat All was chairman.
Mr. A. Mark, head teacher, men-
tioned among other scho'. stick
achievements for the past year the
winning by a pupil of the school of
the Arima Loan and Benefit
Society's scholarship.
An Interesting concert pro-
gramme was presented by pupils of
the school, while there was a fine
art ind handwork exhibit.
Among those present at the
function were Mr D'Abadie, Assis-
tant Warden of St. George East,
and Mr. St. Clair Ashby. Deputy
Mayor of Arima.


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On vAl d ays"
Of 11w Mmnulth?
etlonom pertodc 4distwbmanes
n U y t nerovus. Irritable. -
cranmky. fidgety, tired ad "ad X dm
out"-t asuch ttsuc h
Then Wart at Oc-.-t y Lydia U.
IlnalUbam's Veetabl Compound to
remove lmsuch symptoms. Pinkham'e omlM
Compound I made espoeosU /or hharmfu
womL. Taks tegulrly-l-4t helped nature
build uWr-eaUno g ainst such vitami
drtmas. Thoubai uoM tbouBand wire I
of woaen have e portd beeflital buyl .A
A ~ad thtn aboMut tnkham' Follow
Lydia E. Plnkham's UfV
impWaentl Doe't accept a substitute f
Vegeotse' CeoeMu>nd. Insist on the


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Doctors advised

it 100 years ago


DoCtors advise

it to-day I

Mnd Is that It contains no
ul opiates. It is ma0d fromn
'a own roots and herbs (piua
an W). Here's a product that
NATus and that'# the kind to
1150 a fine stotmchic tonict
label direction. Worth trytn#.
or Lyia L. Pinkham's
original and genuine.

f czry jtch Stopped
c 7 nutes
It ao ro longer seea sry fee anrone to ulerw from ussy,
sting end Iiti urigklawain blenmis ch"55 as I ma-
nplm rtgworin. poorisal, acne, bilacheadl _..'
itraliandmrsd Mbotoi8 without th e beneft nt the mo-.
*rt proven treatment Motltd Ninedoem. ott a bd s okinJ
make you feet intelos and osaso you to lose yosir rtsnde
Hel eemt your akin this now scientific way, and Lost t
a bad b kis make People think you are diseased. 5,
NOlxsten Is a n olstment, pOolsobty
dilarent ronm any ointment yen have band uff*ered foryearslwith an oesess-t
over soon or flt. It ta not grease but like condition. me tried many saIve fbut
1f0e almost like a wder whe yot Y onU gae any but temporary relief.
apply It .lt peOtrat rapidly Into the Many. after two or thro* appleostiB
porh and fight the rcaus of surface seemed to aggrovals rather than holb
kinl Wlomllde. Nise lrm coatsti5 I matters. Thea n chanced it see the
tnortdi-'s which fght skin troublOs for Nitedoorm. He purchase one pee-
is theg waYe: (1) It fights the ma- age. The fl et application broiuht reelf
rrobee or paraoitte ofl( responsible in a few mlintis and oe" package See
for skin disorders. (2) It stops Itchingi up the rondition. I esatanelT eu
burning and smartIng In I to It min- mend Niftodern to *nyone -Cord
tisa, *ad cools and soothes skin. from skin itrotuble,
(l) It helps oatieur*romote a Giantsoft ON- m o >IoAgeement
&ad Velvety smoot sklai. ixodernc nt's absolutely 06111l
Week *et nire I t hIlps jlear our skin
softMa Ntxo or-o <* ptalnally to your ComjpleteM l fotlson". 04t Iasi
Because Win td i Inte altt H Iur d..ictm t. t aow Look
lna few minutes tken start to work will b ep MPI1 at te ipso'eWet
tet hpgO clear and he Thaw Just kee.p ah wslhg ia"dW1 fee
you s~nmaingitsoftet'. Whitr adonte W*#* and at the enit ofthtiO
velet soo I.Isusa rortw"o UNit tudhave Nmade your, ekabl ie,
tr mifr-oM uwill tt to Mt clearer, Ondotha d tsse atti..tt
have - t C~i eitea g w yo u s low y rate"nsy w!
oattNIva. o a you.
9:ln**-I w} jo* lV~A M ~MS


Aids Ethiopia

Hospital Fsud
ITformationf ha. reached the
Colony that Her Majesty the
Queen has made a donation of
$40 to the Princess Tsahal Memo-
orlal Hospital Fund.
Meanwhile C'ouncillor H. 0. B.
Wooding,. thle clv Mayor, chair-
man of the local Friends of
Ethiopia Committee which is
aponsorinr a drive in aid of the
fund, has received the following
"T have rotlced in today's news-
papers that the contribution to-
ward* the Princefs Tsahai Mem-i
oral Hospital Fund stand st
$2.895.76, and to enable It to reach
the $3000 mark, I am enclosing a
Chelque for $104.24 from imy wife
Yours very truly,
. MiRs Audrey Jeffers' Flag Dav
effort just voinpleted ha, yielded
the hindsonie total of $1,77748.
The entire proceeds whiuh repre-
sents the efforts f herself sand a
small committee will bring the
fund "Ir t h!,,, 5000t mark
Alreqnl\ .-lnnv~s~led ,| ', t 7
Mr n,i Mr. A i .it,r ,.i .. 11 24
PIW. I!. ci',' 5'- A. ]>,l Mi,.,
A.'lI Jf .. ..1 777 4X
T.'il i -77 4!.
POPt d (W IN: 0|; l ,,],v fr
Ski I l ~ F ii],.i"'l], S (16 Mr"
Ft t "!.h r $7l *1 i'it N i'hr.rh *2I : ,
Mr Itii % iiS %., Mr, l'atlr.'k $:15 a'.
MIl M1\1 .a ; $'I ll Ni'Mr. i;,'l 7 (,14 13.
M ll- 1.l, s 'Wri $ :t 74 M'- l.al tp S:: .*I,
Ml. V i'rNiih 2 *12" Mr- t Am, Henrv
t2 2", "Ir. Piul oi-ilo, 1 t21 ',I Mr.
Abilulah $2.,1 47. M, McMtll in $22 20,
Mr< K Hnii!i S1'..| Ml-, V 15ark
$14 0W, Mrs lrioir $ 1`192 Ml-, Ruty
.I 'I>.i' $t ',l Mrs. sm-irl tSI R3s, M11
Rradtley SIH 2' .1 Mrs A ainms St I :7
M4r. Kll $11 1i l Mr. I,,ils Vt0 4t'
Vtlnm NIIuie $:, 1, Mrs Br li i o ]it1 $i 1.
MIl.. ('ir,i, n Chcrrlr s Mis V ,hertp I
Sit t. 1I1 l Di WI,.', M wI' ,i i ("! i 5;i, | I
Mrs SI.s $, 1 S1 ,i1 MIA I hMas Ir S, $ 29;
RIll It ,l Ssriaon ($1 ,:, Ml ox lsit Par-
ORl $1 "1.
'OtUNTRyIY tisTpitrTs MilA Nptes-ltn
P.11 V'rwinil,< SI (IS. M ill M r oui tit, 1
T uilp llnV1 i 7l Mi'e I P.itri t'ha-
glotiim $731 72 MIss (iforg;mlr I erkldes -
Ar'- $P, i't, Mr A V Prevcivt Apex
$1S i SO, Mr- Seiltle Siin .ihti $7r 1i4
Mt W 1 II h ,ls tHil Foirtilln $3 3.
Mrs. I I'orreter Mnnro $33 4i. CIitn'i
Fi.rylthr Sinirr r;rr1,,t'r i 4 ()2 Mrs. ,:
MOri,'tilT $ T 20ii $2I 70 Mrs Pens Hirt.
rill `2 It: MIs. M'rino Peter S1 J"sepl1
S19 14 Mrs ; K Itioil:e racnrrigii lh,
MIA 2. I', il o i~n r I'l i 5 12 IS: ttr>
WA i). H I l I '. Ilrns $li. 265 Mipi
Wllit, Pirr.ni Ar.i $1.1 'I; Mrs 1:.
tilrrl II Pnir,,f. 1 'i,-w I .7,,. Mrs (o on-
rtalt tl- h, lTl Iii. 1 Mr 1 A. ClY rieM
Pri q.Hf Ti"> 7:.;'' Ml V,.. Be!!' --
( N'rep,' it Mr I' IV Rrnwn -
pot"ltir-Bri Pier- I t MIrs. 1": ci, Mail.
7innlll, N, ; $2 il. Mr- Mi'l7 -n Point
Frlili $- 't6i l FSIi' II T ),: C' $ 4(l M i-.- 1. 4;* ('3in-Ict'g or
M,,rlle ."2 7 Mis. i'h-'irl !eii t w.' rdfl
Iti 'n | l h.11 I ? , M r. A T h.io rn -
Willtiiiill-ilt SI 121
(HAi'AC'II 'A K1:: Itl.
r'IoHiAO Mr. I; M ainrtl $2 n0,
Fi.lovre 'ii ,. ii. t It. $50, Ali N'cgrc
Alift ll'lII<'l1 P lilK' l l- i] $** 1 ): 1>; %
Raniineh, 76 i MrS "S West $ Mr.
I)venisth i Mrs H PIliiltl 2 MIM I.
A. <'Arrint;ti l 5.0, Prid.'els fr,,'m iBrlfge
Drive $',. T I'I'AI. $I ,'rit :19i In 0 1 P.
lic' Oio "t$741 ___lIll_____,_eL olAL O



On account of the present large demand on our
recapping equipment, we should like to ask our
customers to arrange for an appointment to
assure quickest possible service. Ample up4l le
of material are reasonably aeured -)e take care
of everybody.


Passenger Slze I

5.00 x 16, 5.50 x 1
600x 16, 5.50x1
6.50 x 16 ..-

Truck SIzex :

6.00x20 -
6.50 x 20 .
7.00 x 20 32x6
7.50x20 10 an

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Will his FIRST kiss be your LAST? I

T. S that Lit ki ss mm be wtret
I love Itself . unspoiled by BAD
BREATH. Don't etake t duncane mu
breath nat being sweet and fresh. be-
cause 7 out of 10 persons have bad brth
and don't know it.
So be careful. Use Colftte Dental
Cram. It penetrainf t B gets into
ctices beween yoi teeth and washe
away gesm md decaying food paicldes
which oe most bad breath. dingy teeth,
soft Su mda t ooth decay. Colgte's
leves 6e6 teeth tho ghly w nd beutid.
fully dca-the fms icalthy ad the
besath MfM

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AUGOUT 30 194. _

European War Signs Show
Coming Disaster For Nazis

SALL the signs in the European war last
.. week pointed to fast approaching
4dasaster for the Wehrmacht. In the East
"'they are close to fighting on their own
;"-oil for the first time in this war, while
in the West they are suffering their first
.important reverses with prospect of even
greater ones to come. The two-front war
which not only Hitler but the German
General Staff have long dreaded is now
.j actuality and may be expected to
reach its full climax in the next few
weks, with serious consequences for the
enemy. By driving so rapidly on towards
P. aris and landing in southern France
tihe Allied armies have smashed all Hit-
jers hopes of protracted resistance in
Hitherto the defence of Germany
has been based on strong concentrations
of the German army in northwestern
SFrance, east of Warsaw, and before East
Prussia. The first has been smashed and
'.the third is now being engaged by the
-Ited Army. When all have been disposed
...of, as there Is no doubt they will be, the
,Vaehrmacht will collapse and the way to
Germany will be wide open. The rest of
the Wehrmacht are either cut off from
"their main bases as in the Baltic region,
or tied down to police duties or defence
assignments, which cannot be abandoned
without hastening the destruction of
the German war machine and the end
of the Hitler Regime.
The achievements of the Red Army
on the eastern front give a hint of the
possibilities that lie before the Allies in
the corning weeks. In six weeks the Red
Army drove forward 350 miles, or more
than one-half of its journey to Berlin.
German resistance will probably be
stronger and fiercer now that the war
Shas reached the core of Hitler's defences,
but them is doubt that It will be over-
come. What the Red Army has achieved
in the East the Anglo-American armies
In the West can accomplish. The founda-
tion for this is already being laid by the
rapid advance towards the Frnch
capital. The speed of the fighting on the
western front can still be increased, and
so can the already great mechanical and
material superiority over the enemy.
Already seared and scarred by Allied
bombs, Germany is now being scorched
by its defenders as the Rrd Army stands
on the rim of East Prussia. Unlike the
time when our Russian allies used the
"scorched earth" method with such
effect, now it is a strategy of folly and
despair, for the Germans have neither
space nor time on their side.
The end for Hitler is nearer, but it is
also fast approaching for his Japanese
partners in crime. The United States
:now hold the keys which unlock the
Door to Japan. and the removal by Vice-
:Admiral Turner of the headquarters of
'h!s Pacific fleet from Pearl Harbour to

* .^___________OTTWPAT gM-___ ; a ~ AGMWSK UK'

recently-won Saipan show% that our
Allies are preparing turn the keys.
President Roosevelt has not left to con-
jecture what Is in store for the Japanese.
His recent visit to Pearl Harbour and
other Pacific outposts and his conference
with service commanders show that the
war against Japan Is soon to be inten-
sified. His declaration that Germany and
Japan are to be policed indicates his de-
termination that 1918 should not be

Health Inquiry Chairman

Lacks Needed Experience
THERE is much cause for satisfaction
In the speed with which a chairman
has been chosen for the commltt'e which
Is to inquire into medical and health
policy in Trinidad and the administra-
tive organisation of the services. The
Legislature passed a motion asking for
the inquiry on June 17 and the chair-
man's name was announced last week,
just two months later. This is a sign of
the Importance which the local Govern-
ment and the Colonial Office attach to
the inquiry.
In moving the resolution the Hon'ble
Gerald Wight stressed two points, on
which he said leading members of the
medical profession had agreMd. One was
the need to obtain a chairman from Bri-
tain; the other was the importance? of
seeing that the officer selected was an
expert on hospital administration. There
was sound reason for both requirements.
It was felt that more confidence would
be inspired in the impartiality of the
committee's work under a chairman
from outside having the highest quali-
fications. And since the hospitals ar' the
core of the services and present the most
urgent problems, the wisdom of seeking
a man with administrative experience
in this connection was apparent.
There is no doubt, of cours', about
the high standing of the officer n .w
appointed. Sir Alexander Russell, who
retired in 1939 from the Indian medical
service, and has since been acting as a
Deputy Chief Medical Officer in thl' Scot-
tish Department of Health, lihas a dis-
tinguished record and was fi'l thrce
years honorary surgeon to the King.
His professional qualifications command
great respect, but unfortunately we can
find no evidence of his having the hos-
pital administrative experience which is
needed. This is a great pity, for it will
certainly reduce the value of the com-
mittee's work.
One of the main difficulties In our
medical and health services is tlhe
method of administration. As long as
they continue to be a part of the Civil
Service subject to Colonial Offic- Re-
gulations and a mass of other inhibitions
and circumlocutions, we can see little
hope of reform. A chang' of system Is
needed which will put these services
under th- control of an executive board,
on lines already adopted to a large
extent, we understand, in the Moth-r
Country. This development in Br',,'i
medical practice is th? outcom'ne of
experience from which Trinidad should
not be afraid to profit. If administrative
changes on some such basis are not con-
sidered by the committee under the
guidance of a fully-qualifi'd administra-
tive officer a great deal of time is going
to be wasted, and the work may ne'd to
be done over before the ink is dry on thJ
committee's report.

Two exceptional values in...




Th. Editor
s .ge a ..... M

amm" 11;13_.___ osm
i-fAs'~ 4#00 W3~~^.s

Mother In Troveil De
With Doctor Unavailable
Toam itillor, -sued" 086,d, s"
1 he interview with 'Dr. LAe, '.
Maloney whica appeared in last
Wednesday's '"Guardian" under th?
captun, practicee PrivUlegesa Urged
to practise In these parts. wUl, I
am sure, be very interesting to ail
West Indians.
Dr. Maloney' timely suggestion
that Wes& Indian d octor& itiaflled
in the U.S.A. should be privileged
to practice in these parti, will, I
am sure, be welcome by everyone
heri e, except by the Medical Ba,,rd,
if I am to accept the statement
made in the same article by an offi-
cial of the Medical Board speak-,
ing on their behalf.
tie in reported to have said
that "there as no shortage of doc-
tors in the Colony, bu. rather a
shortage in the various Govern-
ment services."
'lhis Is a bold and lbaccuiate
statement. It is common know-
ledge to everyone that great diffi-
culty is experienced nowadays in
getting appointments with do tori.
.vt, ywlr offices are overciowaed;
it is almost impossible to gei
doctors to come even in cases ol
emergency, to homes.
I have seen patients In offices
waiting from morning until even-
ing without being attended to,
wio have had w leave In dis-
appointment. At Ban Juan 1
counted 80 persons waiting for the
doctor one morning, At lunapuna
and other country districts tae
same gonditiqa prevail. J am in-
ornied tmat in the city every
doctors office is crowded from
early morn until dusk.
Can It be reasonably laid that a
single physician can do justice to
50 or 80 parsons in a singio day?
This overcrowding is due mainly
to a great shortage of doctors
throughout tne Island. Oniy last
.T'uesday I witnessed what I should
term a tragedy.
At St. Joseph a woman by the
name of Emelia Joseph, mother of
eight children, whose obituary no-
tice appeared In Wednesday's issue,
died iromn the want of medical at-
tunilance in JIme. She had given
i)irtih to alln infant, and it appears
thlia'. some after-birth development
Every possible effort wau made
to get a doctor on the scene, but
none was available; none at St.
Joseph nor T'runapuna. In daespersa-
t1on tile nuise got a taxi und
Iushed her to the Colonial Hospital,
Purt-ui-Spain, where she diei
I' This sad tragedy will bring In
tits trail a lot of woe for these
iih motherless children and--all
I'ln, loz the want ot a doctor. Simi-
l,.I incicden's I understand are
'0c.uritig'alnmost daily in the coun-
ily di.-iltrlcs Yet tills medical oif'l-
Siir'se stlificlent doctors in the
T"he (Government should not wait
utill the crisis Ls Irremediable but
iininiediatelv set about to see that
th,' ban is lifted from West Indian
doctors qualified in the U.S.A.
Many of these I met there were
willing to take up practice ht'T,
and elsewhere in the West Indies.
St. Joseph.

Inter-island Travel
'I the Editor, "Sunday Guardian.*
I notice that the Secretary of
StLate for the Colonies has refused
a licence to a Barbados company
to updtate a 'plane service between
thi:t i.iand and Trinidad.
By this action, the travellers
thtghliout the West Indies should
feel that he knows the difficulties
they ate suffering, and Intends
vciyv shortly to supply ships or
'plinvs to tase the situation.
i'rnfortunatly, however, I do not
think that he knows of what Is
happening here, but as one of the
Leeward Islands' judges recently
landed In Venezuela on his way to
another island, It is hoped, not onli
fur his sake, hut for other travel-
lers, he will make every effort to
interest the several Governments
to act Immediately.
I sometimes have to wait more
than a month to get an opportunity
to ship goods to some of these
islands. I had to travel by schooner
to Grenada on business and tried
to return by the ill-fated Island
Queen, but due to engine troubhi
i etinned after 32 hours to Grenada.
Incidentally, two daughters of a
li0hL Governmc.-t Official were
among the passengers.
Little hopes are now entertained
for Ithe 50 odd passengers on the
Island Queen. I trust that a full
inquiry will be made on the con-
dition of that vessel for the future
welfare of travellers, no only In
(ir'crnda, but Trinidad and the
islands. JOSEPH GOMEZ.

Tip To Trinidad
The Editor. "Sunday Guardian."
I am beginning to feel we are
worrying the Colonial Office too
much over our small problems.
Indeed, I would not be very sur-
prised if His Malesty's Secretary of
State for the Colonies should write
and tell us so on! of thee days.
Lord Nelson said "Bgland ex-
pects every man to do hils duty."
Is not that something we ahounld
bear In mind?
Por' -of-Spain

Woman For Council Seat?
The Editor, "Sunday GtUrdlau."
I read with alarming conearn ar
article in your last Sunday'a Issu:
under the caption, "Woman Can,
didate to Contest Beat for First
Time In South." I was astonished
at the attitude expressed by
the prospective candidate, Mrs. B.
Crichie. during an interview with
your correspondent when she sta-
ted phe was prepared to stand for
e'cction "if It Is the wish of the
West Ind4an National Party," of
which she is a member.
This fact should not instil any
mneaiure of confidence ina the mind
of the conscientious burgess. It is
indi-pultable evidence that If the
members of the party's general
council do not accept the recom-
mpndstions of the executive of
the San Fernando group, when
they mett on AugUSt 27, and elect
.-r' P, a candidate, her interest in
the election will abruptly terminate,
In yiv humble, opinion, the bur.
r'ese6 of (am Fernando, In order
to make proper progressiveM step.
should set themselves the task of
..electing nriettcal candidates who
-how a definite willingness, to srrve
the people of their own efre wll.
"a J1UJua4t
3U3055, 5d
San ersadaq


New Broom Wanted

Doctor's Reports Show Cancei

On The Increase In Trinidad

The mortality rate from cancer
in this Colony is appalling and
beyond comparison with that of
other countries, states lDr. R. Se-
heult, former Resident Surgeon
at the City Colonial Hospital, Is
he criticises a reply given a
query on the subject in the
Legislature by Captain the
Hon'ble A. A. Cipriani, draw-
Ing upon his annual reports to
back his disclosure.
By R. NSIIELi.T, i..
At a meeting of the Legislative
Council on April 12, thile senior
member for Port-of-Spain asked
the following question "SIn vIEw of
the fact tAt deaths from cancel
are on the increase in tils Colony.
will Government state (a) What
steps have been taken or (b) will
be taken in the matter
On August 11, tns illuminating
reply was released:
"All operable .,ses of cancel
reaching hospital are submitted to
surgical operation or X-ray ther-
apy; the education of (he public to
tile cancer menace will be taken in
hand; thile increase of sncer is
general throughout the civilised
When all is said and done what'
really has been accomplished? The
analyst* of the reply is painfully
disappoinuing. s it shows that no
contribution has been made towards
the solution of the cancer problem
in this Colony.
All that has been done is the
treatment of operable cases that
happen to reach the hospital. .tI
routine practice which presuiniably
Is applicable to all cases from what.
ever cause, seeking 1surlcal relief
at that institution.
This piictice cannot possibly re-
duce, to any appreciable extent, tile
number of deaths from cancer asA
long as the patients "reach" hos-
pital in a hopeless condition, as I
shall explain, either through ig-
norance or fear of the knife. It is
especially in these circumstances
that the education of the lay public
is sadly needed.

Inform The Public
The cancer cases admitted to
hospital In time to receive atten-
tion, with some hope of recovery,
ore indeed lucky: but what about
the Inoperable cases that reach the
hospital gate to meet death?
If that is all the Government
has achieved In the control, pre-
vention, and early treatment of
this dreadful scourge, the.i the an-
swer to the first part of CaptSin
Cipriani's question is obviously
We have, however, a promise of
atonement that something shall
be done in the future to educate
the lay public to the cancer pro-
blem, with the view ofl reducing
the cancer deaths. I. for my part,
Nive no reason to think that tiis
pledge will be pit to bed, in spite
of the popular belief that nothing
expires more rapidly than Govern-
mental intentions and promises.
We are al.lo gratuitously informed
that cancer Is on the increase
throughout the civilised world, a
fact of which the public hs been
aware for years, with unfortunately
no earthly comfort or consolation
to those afflicted with this dread-
ful disease. Indeed this knowledge
should have galvanised the powers-
tlhtt-be to action In the public in-
terest, and not been used as a plea
for Inertia.
One wonders whether this be-
lated piece of news wuas intended to
I* .& f n t hitoiclf1 iternt. or a nr--

Tb. tadermestasaM M whose Dhotopa
duoed b wanted by thO or =uttMlg
fMarriag Regiter, knoawtngo Sam to be tor4


Descrl-"'Iton:-Joseph ,aptite, native of Dominica Oem
and Painter, Height: 6' a", Colou-P -
Medium, Eyes: Brown.
Lasttknown address 9, Fromager Bt"
(June 1940).
(SBrd) R. G, N. I
___________at, Superhiien^


Will any person who can give any Informatione 1
arrest and conviction of those persons who stole
P-5982, Black Ford vS, the proprety of Brig. MaRaw
on 1st August, 1944, between 7.50 p.n. and 8,10 PDm.
Boulevard; and
P-6588, two-seater Ford, painted maroon, the proft
J. Crooks; stolen from outside the Victoria. Instltte

son with that which obtains in P.m. andI 11.25 pmn. on 15th August, 1944;
"civilised countries." where care- please communicate with the Criminal Invest,
tul thought and attention is given nearest Police Station.
to the nmltter. Members of the Publio are warned that wh
The framing of Government's to park their vehicles unattended, they should
reply, which appears incomplete, If removing the ignition key and, If possible, locl
not actually elusive, seems to have
taxed the combined ingenuity of ( .
the Executive Council assisted. I F (oI- G0. N.
presume, by the Health Depart- or p
ment, seeing that It took them four .
months to compound, what I term, SOCIAL WELFARE TRINID D
the eye-wash. IN THE I
"Parturiunt montes ut nascetur COMMIu EE TRININ
ridkulus mus." (Colonial
Government was for yVcrirs in full The Trinidad Social Welfare
possession of the appalling state of Committee has set up an organisa- IN PRIZE.
thinv.s, from official records and tion sub-committee for the pur- No. 27 of 1
utliher sources, with regard to canl- pose of studying the co-ordination GoOe
cer in lthe Colony, but nothing was of the voluntary social services in HIoi
done. the Colony. vllh
In order to substantiate the above AS a first step the sub-commit- No 28 of I
strictures it is unfortunately neces- tee isl gathering information as to 01
sary for me to refer to some ex- existing voluntary bodies engaged GOpa
tracts from my annual reports on In social work. upa
the Port-of-Spain Hospital from A Questionnaire has accordingly pEur
1911 to 1921. which clearly .ihow a been Issued to voluntary bodies por
constructive not a destructiveth no re knw to the Committee and they
enspeavour whise wh met witi no re. willbe glad if appropriate groups The
ose" *which have not received it will at
If Taken In Time communicate with said
Taken In Time THE SECRETARY, Esp
1911-'12-"Fifteen cases of uer- Boclal Welfare Commltteo. No. 5 of 1I
19v1-Ffte ae fue- P.O. Box 134, GJOOD
ine cancer were admitted to iuos- Port-of-Spain.( lan0
pital and of these 11 were noper- D. Io f RSON,
able." Social Welfare officer,
..1913-'14 Twenty-three cases ThocealWelar Ocer I
were admitted, 17 of which were asld
beyond the opertitive limit." "This NOTICE OF SALE PUBLIC
matter shouldbe brought to tlhe tht by Air
notice of the public and steps taken AFTER LEVY of Appraist
to call special attention to the early AF E ot Appras
symptoms of the disease and tle (Ordinance No. 85, now Remediesi matiers th
necessity of prompt intervention of Creditors Ordinance, Cap. 43.) Jsale at Pul
as is done "throughout the civilised q, .... .. u .,

1914 's15 Twenty-three cases
were admitted, of which 91 per
cent were inoperable."
1916--"I have In prev'oi s reports
referred to the desirlibi.it of dis-
seminating among the l.'I.lc, au-
thoritative information a)out this
dreadful scourge, especially with
Regard to its early signs and symp-
toms, and the curability of the
condition if taken in time."
1919- "Twenty-nine cases were
admitted all beyond hope." "I
wish to stress again the urgent need
of waging a campaign against the
disease in order to lower its Inci-
dence and reduce the morttility
Table showing the increase of
cancer in the Colony and the mor-
tality rate.

1899 1 1 In 4 473 1 In 75
In)5-' 50 1 in 6,418 1 In 158
191 15 1 hIn 3,100 1 In 7
1920--"It Is my sad experience
that a very large proportion of
cancer cases which come to hos-
pital are in such an advanced and
hopeless condition that operative
Intervention is entirely out of the

Disease Is Curable
"I would suggest the widest puS-
sible distribution of leaflets, ctc.,
giving a short and concise outline
of the early and salient symptoms
of the disi.\:%, and emphasising
the fact that at this stage the dis-
ease Ls curable."
"Elgity per cent of uterine can-
cer cases admitted to the Port-of-
Spain Hospital from 1911 to 1917
were inoperable."
Can anything be more deplor-
able? In any case most people,
I imagine, will agree that the policy


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king the

court i I

S ex the
nos of h6i
D6 taksal]
*In ext~
ena M
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'tue 9

u'uAC Ut tAL Oii~l5 ~
MARSHAL'S OFFICE, Wednesday the
llth August, 1944. tember 1944, at S
In the Supreme Court qf Trini- the following goS
dad and Tobago. seized in Prize, A i
No. 34 of 1944, Cotton and W*t
In The Matter of cotton and
SYBILLA KEPPL material s,
-Plaintiff. twels, threVAd.
Versus cameras, anim I
RENE JOSEPH and undresld
other articles ad
-Defendant. The said good9ft-
NOTICE Is hereby given that for sale in sepa .-
there will be put up for Sale at lot will be sold at a
Point Cumana on Thursday the the appraised vai..
24th day of August, 1944 at two The said goods 0
o'clock in the afternoon one un- be viewed at their
finished house, built on concrete gistrar and MIC
pillars, covered with galvanized Court, Red Hous-
iron Sheets tapia sides, Standing on the Monday a
on Lands of Mrs. Philip Joseph. diately preceding .
Levied upon in the above Matter. the hours of 930 S
The Sale will take place on the Dated thli I2th'b
prmm" ~ A. C. CLARKE, (Sgd.) A. .,.
2nd Dep. Marshil.____ -


Tyres and Tubes are now issued to Motor 'ftudck
strict observation of the rates laid down In the GO0K.,
Regulations 1944, and It is notified, for the informSs
that a conviction for a breach of these Regulations aI
result in the forfeiture of all tyres and tubes issued t
convicted. These rates were published at Page 2 o
Guardian" of Thursday l10th August. .

August 16, 1944.

secretary, O.rt .
Secretary, Transport sm



m o* a,>ar..i. ..r ",. o ,.a om *rutgation goes not lena Itself
testing shield from direct respon- to epic comment but rather to a Applications are invited for the post of Mat#, OMWO
sibilIty. tale of woe. Can it be possible Steamer Service.'
However that may be, If Govern- that at long last the Government Cun Crifi
meant has studied carefully the sta- conscience ha&. grown su Ilcicntl Candidates must be In possession of a Certifies
tistieS on the subject it would, it tender to induce it to give early as Intercolonial Mater issued by the Marine Boa e g
leat, have discovered that the ap- ,snd practical sympathy to the a higher or corresponding value issued by a cOrP4 Z
nailing mortality rate from cancer growing number of those unhappy the United Kingdom or In any British Dominion or M4
m this Colony is beyond compari- sufferers in our midst? The salary of the post Is $1,24S % $14 .-'-
"* !* .annum. The selected candidate will be required to @
Birmingham To Become A Port Provident Fund and will be appointed on prebkthoU
The appointment will be subject to the osasuils
Birmingham, Britain's world-fa.- cusaions on the city' post-war de- Local Civil Service Regulartions.
mount Industrial centre, 90 miles velopmOent Even before the wari .
Birmingham contained more than The selected candidate will be required to pass
from the sea is to become one of her 13.000 factories in operation Once nation prior to taking up the appolntmnic,. .
great ports, according to a recent the city has the facilities of a sea- All applications together with copies of Kste I i
announcement by the Ministry of port the products of these. fnctoriesa Adressed to th colonethetrw itheCoi prescribed
announcement by t Minitryoaddressed to the Colonial secretary In the prO
WrTasotThsItobdoecan be water-borne from the site be obtained rm teSeceitadsol fcb'.
War Tranport. Thi Is to b d of manufacture to all part of the be ftne rom the Secr(tariat and should reach lM
by the complete reconstruction of world, As a result, transport costs than 30th August, 1944.
will be considerably reduced, Si-E
the canal system at present erv- multaneously. the Birmingham City EtROL iL "A
Ing Birmingham, and the construe. Council has approved a scheme to Ata 0
tion of new water-ways linking the Cost 140.00-O000 (approximately __,
city with the sea. $632,000.000 at present exchange ln
What this means in terms of In- rates), for buying property to make
duatrial transport is shown by the way for a new Inner road ring.
fact that even now the existing The huge csts of these project O ^
catnals limited to small craft --- will PBartofth, reat' roapitali. G O
carry a volume of traffic appeoxi- atio irof Brtlhn's industries. This G R O WM 0 4
mately equal to one-quarter of the great plan is Particularly interest-
entire overseas deliveries of sup-,ing as an example of arter and
plies to Britain. These are to' be' far-snghtednea width ... i n- 3 O 0 D
widened to carry 150-ton motor tainme industrial tOwna sa w"er-A
hae.IM- leme~ntaticir, e ingt to implement the natioa, e
.~~. ~~~ thelie( at CO- b tadesawsion. _______________
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to bona fide dealers in

moderate quantities at

lowest wholesale prices.


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Store-Keepers I

SAbove can also be SUDDIi


imsls, Mauritis, andi BarbAdos are among Colonies that have give
lo-Ask gun-site In England. This picture it *ne taken on a I
e hut haTve proved a blesing to crews off duty. Here members
battery enjoy a sing saong in the Jamaia, Hut.-(1i.O.)

Wedding At

ifcers Form

ard-of-honour was formed
i of the Police Force yes-
atllernoon after the marriage
I node Geofroy, the daughter
E $l Mrs. L. A. Geofroy,
M Michael Gregory, son
,ev Mr. Gregory and Mrs.
t of Barbados.
iiemony was performed by
j. lather O'Donnell at St.
n, and the bride, who was
Ma by her father, looked
iIn a gown of organza with
uw a long veil with pink
We buds in her hair And
.iA same blossoms.
ildiesmalds. Miss Thelma
H and Miss Elaine Eckel,
e attractive in blue organ-
headdress were pink
Hi buds and their bouquets
Brie la shier performed
:I of bestman, and Miss
l sang the "Ave Maria."
M on was held at Mr.
Oforoy's home in Bel-
Sthe couple left for Mriy-
--gthe festivities.
Mose Invited were Lteut,-
and Mrs. Ersklne-Lindop
SClare Ersgiine-Lindop;
Mrs. E. Morgan, Mr. and
ST. Hackshaw, Mr. and
U lenthiel, Mr. and Mrs.
l, Mr. and Mrs. Stam-
Ktd Mrs. J. J. Waddell,
Sheppard, Mrs, Marion
and Mrs. E. R.
and Mrs, Bob Lazzari,
lander and Mrs. L. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry de
Lieut. Cecil and LAeut.
froy and a number of
Ithe Police Torce.

Sto Quiz by Feste
M ons see paie 2b.)
words of songs
Sy oftly
imrt.lwordo. Sullivan,
ii Bate player
Musical instrument of
S played from a key-
of writing paper
,93. or lines ied t.6 join
0 ate staves carrying
1 ltaneous parts.

Sdance, Perseverance
Sdance, Trinidad Country

St. (PatrichA'

(ch rch

innumu war zur= as4mu
i-ste in Hampshire,
an Ask-Ark nmixd


'Brompton Road' Success

On Thursday evening, August 10.
I had a most enjoyable evening at
the Empire Theatre. The Durtion
Club's production of "Pasing
Brompton Road" was a happy
choice of play and gave the audi-
ence a lot of mirtliful minutes.
But my business is to get down to
Pamela Hill can be assured that
she made a most successful debut
as a producer, and, with the ex-
perience she has gained from this
effort, her future productions
should be even better.
Pamela Hilton, as Dultltia Sloane,
was good, but needs more experi-
ence..There was rather a lack of
sparkle and spontaneity about her
performance, but on the whole she
carried such a large part bravely
and shows promise.
The part of Henry Sloane, was
dIfficult, but portrayed with such
restraint and polish by Duncan
WAtson that he almost stole the
show. This player's ease and na-
turalness on the stage were a joy
to watch.
John Taylor once again delighted
audiences with his portrayal of the
solicitor, as did Aubrey Starck as

Me. Geachy
PM. 2.00 Apoling Records: 230 F
nlac of Varlentes with D. Warren. Hel
Clerkk, pouter and Clarke, ElVte Perclv
rio. Bolton Chairman Bill Stephens; 3.
"Mind you Own BusIneae;" 3.15 Alb
Salndler'e Palm Court Orehestra-Marar
,Aves sopranoo; 4.00 Sunday Haihi
Community 1ngilng; from Young oldli
Training Bettaiion--Northern Ireland; 4.
Epilogue; 4.30 Muslc while you Work: a.
Announcements; B.01 Orehestral MuI
5.29 Will iHy Prosnmmn; 6.00 Orehesti
Concert; 6.46 News; 7.00 W. Indian Ou
Night. Talk by P. BlSherlock tolliowV.
Think of Thbse Thing; 7.4 6 20th Canti
Strenader.; 8.00 Me. GOeschy's Wle
commentary: 8.15 BerliL "Frafuly Pt
Sontge:" 5.4, Country LUttr by Ral
Wightman: 0.00 News; :.10 From Mo
rldity's t ondon papers;: .1 Service from
Martin's London, conducted by Rev i
. Iverdsay; 9.4 Epllogue: .51 laterluh
10.n0 News Bsadilles. 10.15 From fame
e.omposers R. AIan, Soprano, Bileah tr
players, ikriold Goldsbrouga organ.
PM -B00 Announimnte:; 5.01 al
Northern Orchesbtra; 6.00 hlpmateo Ashr
0.45 News; 7.00 Orchestral gramapho
record,; 7.45 Talk client Noteboc
Son00 Current Evenis: S.l Paloe of V
rietftee; 45 Talk-Books plays. lhne: *.
News; 9.10 I rom Tuield&y's 1oodon p
ptra; 930 Rg. L Opald Player:; 9.45 L
at Home talk by LAster Powell: 10.
News HeedllnMes; 10.16 Johnny anuel

P.M. 2.00 News: 2.06 Bitejerket Cho-
pin. 2.30 The Southernalres; 3.00 News.
305 iLands of the rree;; 330 Church of
the Air. 4 00 News; 4.05 Dunntnger -
Mind Reader; 4.30 American Story .00
New; 5.0b NPBC Symphony:; .00 News
S05' Army Hour; 6.30 Percy Fath; 7.00



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the deaf friend of the family. a
part which he fitted into perfectly.
May Johnstone as Miss Pastel,
stole the show in the second act.
In this Jekyll-tnd-Hyde sort of
part she wAS excellent.
Sheila Ball. certainly has versa-
tility. She played the role of the
young girl in her early teens
equally as well as she played the
part of the elderly barmaid In
"The Crooked Billet."
Charming Joan Taylor and Stan-
ley Mehling. supplying the love-in-
terest, are a good team. The lat-
ter's timing has always impressed
me, especially in this performance.
In conclusion, a word about the
set. It wis tastefully done and a
pleasure to look at. I see from the
programme that Dr. Jolly, David
Johnstone and Joan Taylor must
take credit for it.
I sincerely hope that this produc-
tion helped the club to boost their
funds which they give to local and
wpir charities, and look forward to
another presentation around
Christmas. Perhaps this time they
can give us a more up-to-date
play. although I am quile aware
of the difficulties in getting copies
these days,

Tonight At


News; T715 tandwhin:t 7 :0 to Cracrle
Field; 9.00 New. R. Fi United Netwiork
Commentary: 9.00 oUnlited Network Reppor-
ter; 11,I5 News at Home; 9.30 It Pr lto
be Ignnrent; 10.00 New.; Ifl,'. Vatalion
Serenade; 10.30 Jamee Melton;, lo News.
PM. SOO Time Views the Nen; io
Programmed Review: s5.1.'i Battle B ark.
,round, 1.00 News: 6.00 port- Page 1i
Personal Album; .,30 Hour of Charm; 7'.00
Newe; 7.15 Btock Market Reporl; in
Nitwit Court: 8.00 News; S.OS Unltied Ne-
work Commentary; 8.30 Downbeat; 1t.00
United Network Reporter; 9.15 The News
at Homo; 10.00 News; 10,05 Contented
Moor. 10.i0 Bob Crosby.
PM.--Informraln Plerse; 2,30 4 arnmn
Kays; 3.00 Command Performance; 3.i30
Front Line; 4.00 Philadelphia Symphony;
5.00 GI News: 5.15 Meet the Boy$; 5.30
It pays to be Ignorant: 6.00 Vespers; S.30
Fred Allen: 7.00 Andre Koetelanetz; 7.30
Oracle Fe1lds; 8.00 Your Radion Theatre;
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P.M. -6.00 GI0 News; 0.55 Qie Pesa;
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Cinemanews -
Although the filmed shown In ou
rlbly hot, there can be. no doubt tha
In a tropical climate, nobody can ex
ment to be an iced paradise. t It
be, and one of my readers signlin
sonable point about it.
Here Is what he has to ay in hs
letter to me: "Why is there n
better ventilation in the theatres?
Most of the theatres are crowd
and the fans are usually turn
off. Generally they are turn oned
only after the doors have
closed thus nimerely mixing heated
and tainted air. Large suction
fans in ventilators with expelling
fans at other points can overcome
this and without too much cost. Is
it too expensive to give customers
Trinldad'a moviegoers certainly
agree with miny correspondent who,
at the beginning of his letter also
suggests the prohibition of smoking
in the cinemas. On this point, I
think, tlere will be less unity
in the public opinion of film fans.
All right then, let's have our smoke
in the cinema-but in a cooler at-
This is a strongly supported re-
commendation to all directors of
the city's cinemas who, this week-
end. offerr a varied bill reaching
from ihe life story of Mark Twain
to a spy and sea-drama featuring
Edward 0. Robinson for the firet
time in quite a while.
Life of a Genius
"The Adventure* of Mark Twain,"
a Warner Bros. production di-
rected by Irving Rapper, at the
l)e Luxe.
This film unfolds some beautiful
pages cf America's heroic period in
telling the life story of an Ameri-
can genius. Through the personal-
ity of Mark Twain, it reveals one
ot the most fascinating chapters
of American history and literature.
Such a picture, of course, will
always have more appeal in the
country of its origin than min for-
eign lands where the events and
figures of its past are not so
familiar to everybody. This applies
to .he fio lmned story of Mark Twain
which, moreover, shares the dis-
advantages of similar pictures cov-
ering the whole life cf a man from
the cradle to the grave.
These, however, are the cqly re-
strictions to be made in passing
Judgment on a picture that has all
thie strange beauty of a shining
past, all the human glamour of a
fascinating personality.
From the day he was born under
the sign cf Halley's flaring Comet
to the day he died, it ia authenti-
cally Mark Twain. His life as a
pilot oni a Mississippi steamer, his
falling in love with a photograph,
his marital life with the girl of his
dreams, his rise to fame, his tail-
ures and t.he final honours given to
him by Oxford University; all that
is revived in the screen play with
tact and loving devotion.
Many famous stories get up
again in his own, words and des-
cription, not at last the story of
the Jumping frog which every
reader of Mark Twain (and who IS
fnot?) will enjoy.
Fredric March is Mark Twain.
It is a powerful performance, with
all the strange charm of a strange
personality. He dominates the
crowded cast in which appear many
genuine types and characters.
Spy Drama At Sea
"Tamplco." a I0th Century-Fex
Production directed by L4thar
Mendes, at the Royal.
It is fcr the first time In a long
while that Edward 0. RoDinson
comes to a city screen. His intense
acting makes this picture, a mix-
ture f mysterious spy drama and
adventure at sea, a tough and en-
tertaining experience for movie-
He is the skipper of an oil tanker
rescuing survivors frcm a torpe-
doed ship. A mysterious lady with-
out passport is among the rescued,


By Spotlight On The Home Front B
It has been said that one of the the sowing of ttahe erop, the lfertu-
handi ap of the local producer I losing of the crop. t a applicaiUon
ur cinemas are not always so te. the fct thatt he does sot know of tungilcides and insecticides in
t it is terribly hot in our citemas. how to compute his production order to control diseases and pests,
tipect a place of popular entertain- .cost. the weeding of the crop, and finally
Is a long way from what it should Translated the other way, we are the harvesting and preparation of
g 'Observer" makes a very rea- told that the labourer does not un- the crop for marIeto
derstand his relations with produc- From this imposalng variety of
lt... ion and as a consequence does not ways In which labour is utilized
and it's love at first sight with re'alise that although he contrl- in the production of agricultural
na.r .ge following closely. That butea one of the major factors of commodities the labourer gets the
leads him into trouble because the production yet his contribution I impression that production is im-
mystery lady is suspected to have only on. of those factors, possible without his energy. This
iven away information to the ret true enough whether the energy
enem1* away whe ormation th p taker Furthermore thi valn e which he is supplied by the employed labour-
aenemy when the skipper'sn tanker, places on his energy muta ber re- er or by the peasant proprietor
gain at sem is sunk by aisub- lationship to the price which the himself, hut my point In this ati-
Wenhe, commodity, which he aids In pro- ele is that there are other forces
When he returns to Tampiducing obtains on the market, which are just as important. There
safely, he wants to find out for The agreutiral society of Trini- could be no production without
himself. In a hunt through the dad and Tobago recently sent a land.
city's night spots, he entices a circular to its district affiliate. Then capital has to bhe Invested
whole r mtspy gang into his trap, with asking them to stress this fact, in either te purchase or rental of
the first mate tuof hirns ow l t in It i a pity, however, that many land, as It has to he invested In
the plot. He returns safely too '- of these district societies exist only all the operations which the labour-
to the arms of his innocent mys- on paper and that others which er In called upon to do.
tere lady. a re in existence remain so only in Furthermore without proper
before the arresting background a morbid state, management which is only borne
f the life In port city anti sup- Hu this phone of the subject is out f cumulative experience, the
porting Robinson are toug, Victor suficient topic for another article application of all other factors may
McLaglen. the traitor on board, n I will return to the main pur- be useles, for it is axiomatic U
and attractive-looking Lynn Bart. pose of this article, far as agriculture is concerned
Assuming an agriculturol cam- that only by doing the proper thing
Postscripts niodlty is produced let us try and at the correct time can tte prndu-
see what are the factors of pro- cer hope to obtain best results and
Last-mlnute opening at tl reduction involved. The student of that these results will vary one
Globe: Unversal's "Chip Off tHP elementaryy economics will readily way or the other according to his
Old Block": boyisvlh fn-maker reply lann, lahour, capital and
Onld B ck"nnoyis 'n ai management. True enough that-- ---
Donald O'Connor and youngish these factors are employed but in W e d 4 .
omedienne Peggy Ryan in a fast- ag bicultural production they are L .1
moving musical employedin so many various ways. wedding A t
First of all the producer has to M Unda DAndrade. the
Other feature on this week'Snd'., exercise a great deal of enterprise MLD'Andrd. th
list: re-release of "T.rl1.a.' in thr' ultimate oselectlon of his site. daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. D'An-
Escen-" combined :ith Laurel :mn In doing so he has to asess the drade, of Kingstown, St. Vincent,
value of his soil through its poten dre f K tow t Vncent
tial fertility. The proximity of the made a pretty bride for her mar-
silte to a consuming centre or ra- riage yesterday to Sgt. B. Lyle, U.S.
there" the Possibility of getting bin y fVrthsUSA
produce out to a consuming centre Atrn ',f Virginia, U.S.A.
must be gone into. The ceremony was performed by
This is decided by the distance Captain Campbell at the U.7,
the consuming centre is away from Army Chapel at DockAlte, and the
the site, the ability of the commi.- bride was given away by her cousin.
dityv which he intends to produce Mr. J. Antonio.
to keep in a state in which it can Sho looked %cry lovely In an em-
he consumed, transport facilities bossed georgette gown with a heed-
available, such as good roads, a dress of silver radianoces ,and
railway or a waterway. .Queen Anne lace and carried a
Having assessed all these things bouquet of the same flowers.
he drcides on his site and right Miss Daphne Karfman. her
away a certain degree of his suc- maid-of-honour, was pretty in a
ces, will depend upon his ability gown of pink crepe. She wore as
o weight these things in their cor- her hriddress a tiny veil of net, to
ilwt light and in a manner better which was attached a bunch of]
than his competitors. forget-me-nots, a bouquet of which
l.a|ttvur is then uttliqed in the she carried.
Prparrntinon nf the soil for the c op. Miss Patsy O'Brlen sang t.ht "Ave

SA New Shipi

Giving a powerful pe.rtinrance
aa the great American hlunimour-
Ist In "The Adventurs of Mark
Twain," the week-end picture
at Do Luxe.
Hardy in "Air Raid Wardt-n;,'
both Metro-Ooldwyni products;
at the Empire.

Sidelights of Hollywood at wat
irt picture to be shown on the
Normandy beachhead, ten days
after "D-Day." was "Cover Girt".
Colonel E. L. Munson, chief of the
US. Army Motion Picture Servirce,
reported that "the boys loved it."
Greta Oarbo absent from the
studilos for more than a year, will
have her come-back soon. Her
homeland Sweden be.ng neutral,
the "Divine" will maintain Scan-
dinavian solidarity in a film glori-
fying the heroic exploits of the
Norwegian Merchant Navy in this
Hollywood is busy doubling quite
a few pictures in-Japanese. It's
done in preparation of the invasion
of Japanese-speaning islands!

Coming nto town thi.s week
Mickey Rooney in "Andy Hardy's'
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ability to forme. con tae fa4
plan is operations at the o i
time scoardingly. 1
The problem which has atiwa
been a burning oae and the a
of all the frictUo between the W,'"
bourer and proprietor is what peL
portion of the total units of proo
dtion do" labour supply?'
Th Is a very difficult quet ,
to a&war especially within
*cope aofft thoa on arttcle. Ja'
e It is 'to Say that thepd~-
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determtlAn vaue of hIeO e ,
modity e atl market. That U,
to the consumers, Who fit the 'lt
lue according to their own p
cular whima and espriee" a di
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I am certain that this viewpiItI
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ended leaders of labour who litM
look upan it as a sacred duty
an obligation which governI4 p
should also bear in education th
labouring masse to the ponlaof
view that the amount which t
receive as wagesM must bear t
tionship to the price which the
commodity, which they help to prow
duce, obtain. on the market.
As I see It, their salvation Ima
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of which I will endeavour to ifidi-
rate In a later article.

4rmy Chapel,
Maria" and lst Sgt Panagopoulous
performed the duties of beastmi.
The reception w. s held at Mr.
and M'rs. J. Antonio's home and
during the evening the couple JO0
by car for Mayaro, the bride wear-
ing a red and white dree with
white accessories.
Among the guests were Mr. &ad
Mrs. 0. J. Buckley. Mr. and "II.
W. T. Perkins,. Miss Patsy O03rn0
Miss L. Rodriguen. Miss 0, All
ham, Miss Leila tt, Misst Tawe
Rostant. Miss Marie AmbArd.
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Capt. Trehearne,. Miss R. Rodrlg" I -
Seijas, Mr. A. RodattUMl, .SinU11
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fbell. Lieut. GOlhbson. Sat. C. Aler,
Miss Peggy Moecley, Miss 0. Wlard.
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"Music Qd Re r7 e Teis If You Want

iBy^t To Breed Rabbits For Eating
41)to at -To M %o h For" ofEat 1
!-A "s~ulwWmisl s ens:
to) waie ** e, oopr;
(a) froa- colour; "le th*s na e, tw Iesis d, the nat rs lte .1 bbt-
tot wJthout t 1ei141111js. breditng are often quite disappointing and fine Utters of sight or
(a) striged attr mets of the t young rabbits although bomn que auceeesfully, da anef urti
(hee em.
() eon the mt day or two. smetimes leavtnF no aurvivor at all. or at the
latl"o; bet one or two only.
(e) tso wodsa of megnWhy 11 this? Well, such camsul- .
a'& l to mespans: tiU may be due to quite a few It you want to get the best ro-
(a)a cersoft;d p pianist; h tM as eleest of st s, bse d se d atha' you kew
tel fiory bteonly. b 4edn oe, exposure to damp.- is Itme, and of a docile dispositie.
Infor the p only nes or bad housn acmamoda-a avoid the ..itableo types who
--na wthe olbertUan d uI. a nl tion' or failure to segre atethleap around *ll over the place
l- o~h wrote the words uc *o nd make ha r mhotabl i isenaeYr you go n tbetr cages.
I--A flStstb a .uicO time before the event:; or Some rabbits are hh tempera-
S woe playing full of may be due to nervoutnem metal, and these seldom raise
dfeawoseplaying full and inexperince on the part of etr Uitters successfully, and often
(b) a flute player; the doe for heavy losaes in young in the first day or so succeed in
() a craek-voice singer. stock, killing, crushing, or destroying tihe
S--A "glockenspiel" is: After mating, the doe should be entire ,tter by their crazy ehara-
ta) A musical instrument of given her own hutch as sown s tesristicsi. d
bells played from &. key- possible. and as the period of ges- our bet to keep her sa frdlom
board; station Is some 30 days, or some- you bes to kee h r an tefro
(b) a German musical festival times just over. a nest box should prying eyes of children and others
held after Easter; be put in her cage at least ten for atleast six or seven day and,
something like an Irsh reel. arrive. her in any manner. Let the same
7-The play "Camille" formed the a sperscn whom she is used to attend
basis for the opera Be careful to ee that the hutch to her all the time during that pe-
(a) A Traviata t ris well protected from rain and riod; this gives the young inexpe-
(b) Madama Butterfly; has no roof leaks, and is also dry. rler.ced doe time to settle down at-
(cb Faust. Rabbits are fairly hardy creatures ter the event, and also get used
--"Music-demy" is a: but exposure to constant damp- to her new family. Of course, if
(a) case for holding music books ats and bad weather Ill them there are any dead rabbits among
(xvllth century) very quickly the new litter remove them at
(h) size of writing paper; Do not leave the rabbit hutch once.
(c) semi-quaver, "-*expo.ed to the direct rays of the Avoid handling newly-born rab-
Which of the follow n sun under anv circumstances; In bits. This is a golden rule, and
9W hich of the followin operaut fact, you can shade it during the temptation is very strong, as often
was based on Goethe's z.aust;
(a) Bolto's Mefistofele; hottest part of the day, because you will find after birth, some will
(h) Berlioz' The Damnation of rabbits, like many furred creatures, be snug and warm in the nest end
Fauet; cannot stand intense heat. others outside or away from the
(<) Gounod's Faust. The nesting box should be made nesting box.
10 An accolade is a: with a low wooden bar across the These, of course, should be re-
(a) church attendant; opening so that the young rab- moved to the nest, so pick them
(b) brace. or line used to join bits cannot roll out of it. tis if up gently with a handkerchief or
separate taves carrying si- they do, and are left exposed out- even your gloved hand in prefer-
multaneous parts; side the nest for any length of ence to bare finger. This helps, and
(c) plant without distinct seed- time. they invarlbly die from does not annoy the doe, who at
lobes, exposure, breeding time seems to possess an1
It is not absolutely necessary to extraodinarily acute sense of smell,
Try Dark Colours For provide the breeding, doe with as well as a distinct dislike of the
ry Colours For nesting material, and many does odour of human hands.
Slimness frequently reject all outside aasts- Above all, guard against and be-
tance in'this matter and prefer to ware of rats. They love young new-
rtyou are Inclined to op plump line their nests from their own ly-born rabbits, as many breeders
and conscious of your figure when furry bodies, have learnt to their sorrw, and
you go swimming, try a deep col- Your doe should be at least six and even whole litters can disap-
cured bathing suit. such as royal months old before you breed her, pear in a night unless your hutch
blue or wine red, which makes one and if you are not certain, or is carefully protected.
look slender. Try it on first for line, have no previous knowledge of See that the woodwork of the
though as: bathing suits are cut in her age, judge it by size and cage is well fitted and jointed and
so many ways that it is impossible weight, as some four to five there are no possible openings for
to suggest a type without seeing It pounds is a good size for a young these killers, and lo use thed
on you. breeding dcc. smallest mesh wire for your breed-
n you. breeding dee. ,hutch, preferably of a size not ex-
ceeding half an ineh.
Finally, feed your doe some ex-
tra rations during her lactation
period, as the young naturally
4 make heavy demands on her constl-
rtaw DOiSPARIK Pi.LUGS' AFPCfTOMNuO N t- tution, and a grain feed once a
'NOW 00 SAK U Af I CONM day in addition to her other food
IN VOU CAN? r is very necessary at this time.
'.-- Ordinary oats, catch grain, or
cracked corn will do very well, and
.1'if your stocks are limited, as many
WI YSPARK are these days, you will find or-
,WORM -OUT0-.IMPROPRLYT AOJUST SARK 1 dinary bran is very beneficial to
PLUOS CAN WAST| UP TO 50% OF TH( GASOtLNI rabbits, and also moderate in
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Hire is a very simple and very
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4 9 lettuce from your Victory garden,
wash and chill and tear--do not
_cut the leaves. Then take a hand- S
ful of chive from the above-1 S'
mentioned garden and using the
onions of the chive with the green
tops, slice very thin and mix in w
with the torn lettuce leaves. Then!
merely a dressing of oil, vinegar, fo
alt and pepper. Any added green It
things will only distort the flavour ch
and take away the charm of just g
lettuce and onion slices. It will be gg
noted, too, the added deliciousness pf
of this salad if It comes fresh from
Ithe garden.



at the service of the E-M

Before the w the' G.B.C. planned and Mmtaled ldlt"l
tens of thousands of miles of streets and t-.orougehft55
new developments in thm imsmportat fishi
intllatim in .lU parts of the world azinqly varied miny C
and f&ditimstands u a solid detonstron of th B
Dkanning or niuiny and manudcturhcapacIty.
TodyZbw rte:rewunxia of anr vlarC!,t Lt
om aorciation i nth Empire, w-e -do
the United N Ix. In sunmmting the innunebitWg
rite I al apps of ectridt, indin t "
electronics, the op = technical experience nd
has been enriched to a deree that will be of incSlctill
electrical services after the war. Then, just u 'he rMt000
have been available for the war effot, they will bea tdA
concerned with reconstruction plans in any part of the wor1

IFee3i"a se Mi ami traMm 8061 OWue s

'mi l ATON C k *aQ& U ..

I.0 - t in Mai

Happy Childhood Md

Should Be Birthright

Mothers Should Try To Give Ti
SA Lively Appreciotion Of Benti
-N other worthy of the name will ever SU'
Wr*WW fa the nursery of her children, for hare th-
& Impredons and are moulded into shape for their a
S May people fail to realize fily----
how early In life children fonn a"
S hunadlcable impressions which .'
itr their whole uture existence; ,."
SfJr If they did they would take .
emas care to ensure that the first .'
impressions received are des.able .

Sense of Beauty
It Is quite a well-known fact, cf ,
course, that even mall babies liks '
bright colours and are sensitive tW
un.tda. ane it should be the pri-: i
vYlege of a mother to guide herl!
children to an early apreciation of
beauty in colour, form and sound,
for the ability to enjoy beautiful
things and lovely music to the full-
eat extent will remain with them
throughout their lives and will
make them well-wqr~h living de- -
spite wars and rumours ot wars.
2 Childhood Memoies i

Thr u r nv r tof one family
who are doing their bit to help
win the war. (Above);: Sister
M. Preome, who in with the
Queen Alexandria's Military
Nursingl Service In Bit=
North Afrne. (Centre): Pilot
Officer F. R. Preoee, R.A.F.;
who is in Normandy and Gun-
nnpr A. .1. Preese, Royal Artil-
lery, somewhere in Italy. The
two above are the sister and
brother of Mr. Sydney Preece,
who Is well-known in Trinidad,
and Gunner A. J. Preece is his

tufted Peppers
Vith Rice
Ever tried stuffing sweet peppers
ith rice Here is a good recipe:
This is bow the rice is narepared
or stuffing into the peppers. In
dauce pan place some fat, a
hopped onions, a nubbin or two of
arlie. (optional), a half a cup of
round ham and a chopped green
Cook until the onions and pep-
ers are soft and then add a heap-
ig cup of well washed rice, a
nall can of tomatoes, or a couple
f raw chopped tomatoes, and a
hopped green pepper. Then a
couple of cups of bouillon. Cover
he pan and set it into the oven
ntil the rice is done. If it is too
noist, let It stand a while with
he lid removed andthe oven heat
turned off.
Prepare the peppers for stuffing
y trimming off the tops and par-
oiling for a few minutes. The
tuffed peppers are then topped
ith bread crumbs and bits of
utter then placed in a medium
iven until the tops are nicely

Though she keeps a fully trained
staff to look after her children a
mothi-r should still remember that
they cannot fulfil all the functions
of parents. Children feel a deep
need for a mother's and father's
love and interest in them, and
parents should never leave It to
others to supply this need.
The ten commandments enjoin
children to honour their father and
their mother, but it is surely in-
cumnient on the parents to see that
they wre worthy of such honour.
Right from the beginning a
mother should spend as much time
as possible with her children every
day, and if she can do so at regular
hours the children will soon learn
to !ook forward to them. She
should read to her children, tell
them tor'ies, teach them nursery
rhymes and never fall to show an
Interest in their little joys and
sorrows. Then when their day
comes to an end aise should sing
little bedtime songs or hyms to
them to sooth them Into a placid
frame of mind before they sleep.
Such memories will live in their
minds throughout their lives and
will still be clear when they are
old and grey.
Sense of Responsibility
Mothers should always try to
foster their children's talents and[
to encourage thcra to do things
for themselves, whatever their cir-
cumsta nces.
Children usually have unbounded
energy and hate to be idle, so it Is
comparatively easy to divcr: this
Into useful channels, provided one
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Your ln. girl will be-g
l tIl lie Ilritasad s S "
plica of Mother wbss
with &aill imh,.
: willing 1to take a it
.n thep m e'irr
But ii tak(. patience t
children th right way to
and Mlen allow tM to
little IF'ks which maS
accomol I i much quit101
tneir help
Orowing things
deep r.V'i',li'on for oll
if possible. it LS a good
chidreti, their no.n plg go
grow wh:,.yece they w
it thliemeniP'.e but if i
the question they cn sn4
allotted [, n.ipe flower
boxes as a substitute ,
Tlihe keeping of pON kb
great ]oh, .on and ilt
education In :scl If
ar- brought up to a
pets thems.epl'rs Insle I
on ohl'r Pe.ile to do6 ui
senP.i nf re.rporrilbllty M'
.eloped earl', in lif'e .
It 1< *r r.r% I5
*.o lhi'pe L"ntfidence M
a child. mind. bU| lit
tasv t) rpt0rov' it.
children are %pry
buffs soid rec-nr betMi
away wiiPen they W'
about ti',.r activities or
Take rare that ol,
orders tv ., i the
see thl-ni cared out
resprrt ai:nnrity. but
you if t o allow them
ov.tn %%at 1 ever.hl
See [ i.tr vnu nev
children promises or M
remain unfulfilled. ,
making either unitM
carry 'hem out.
A child's mind 11
is quick to resent
sort. If your- hi
what you say is n
will cease to belief
of shaking teirl
or in life. It may
culable harm. "
Matrimonial D
Nevor allow your
ness matrrimonial d
value their respect P4!
nothing will upset
more than to see
variance, end te
learn how to expo#
for their own
off one parent ag
th- complete d
and to the detriment M ,
characters. .


f 9a0i

Of Trinidad
In T" meson
-~ W t%4 Acting GOVWno" a"d Mr. WriOA e
U OaM Mal Jar., Mrs. Gordon NMe.
War Uhie H*iberseSy. A-4 0=na er Kirk
ad an eveiag tof bridle e at Oovernment Bou
Y the Acting Governor and Mrs. Wright
age and will attend, if possible, the ball
Be's Building to aid the S;. Joseph's Oonvent Bih
timberr 15.
responsible, who are making great progress
e of the unctio, n.comprise Mr. Joe Se
SEric Grell. Mr. Jo n de Monthbrun. Mr. A.
r .obert Sellier, Mr. Willie Clarke. Mr. Geori
r Cabral, Mr. Tomly Stone and Mr. even
lady members: Mrs. Nellie Pollonasis. Miss
jft obert Seliler, Mrs. Percy Hugins. Mrs. H
S, pollonalis, Mrs. R. Johnson, and4 Miss Freda
Mc ott is the organizer of this big affair and
-epportunity of initing the support of all those
T I the Stst- rs of the Convent in their recent
WNCY the Acting Governor and Mr. K. 0. Rob
visiting Assistant Legal Advisor, COulonial Office,
SAdmziral 0. M. Read, 7.S.N., on a tour of the
t h.'re.
S In the visiting party were the Hon'ble H. N
I Honour the Chief Justice: Captain Hi
V tthe Governor; Mr. Claud Hall Jnr. American o
SCrutcher, U.S.N., Chkf-of-Staff; Commander T
N,, ccmmnmanding Officer, Naval A~r Station: L
m. S. Trotter, U.S.N.R.. Legal Officer: Lieut--Comm
S.N.R Commandmig Officer. Escort Repair Base,
enkins. U.S.N.R., Aid, to the Admiral.
jeeps the party made an extensive tour of the
Were made at the huge galley, bake shop ana r&
i at the air stiticn. The Knox Zoo in the S'-otlant
*new Escort Repair Base recreation centre, library
were also visited. Tucker Valley, its plantation
1US Naval Hospital completed the tour.
P. 'STODART has received a letter from his daughter,
_clair, who until recently was living in London.
Se to learn from her letter that she is now i
eOand staving with his sister. Mrs. M. Mitchell.
ut is with the Shell Oomrpany In Halfa, Palestine
opmes to join him there very soon
i ersons who saw Miss Marie palmer-Chisola's "Dai
o 1944" when It was staged recently have sigain
p to the repeat performance at the Globe Theatre
,ulaK. August 22.
thorouses, which have been playing at the U.S. th
it months, will be taking part.
be the final performance and the show is good,
those who have not yet seen It to secure their I
d MS. R. B. McKENZIE of San Fernando hope t.
to leave today by 'plane, for New York. They plat
Sw three weeks there and then to go on to Cana
%a oko lakes, where they will probably stay for ani
I ar so. They will have another two or three weeks In
Via return journey and expect to be back in Trinid
laughter. Cynthia, who recently underwent an ope
sb fernando hospital, is now much better, and while
e away she wil stay with Mrs. J. J. Waddell in Ci
a Fernando.
hOM have been sent out to all authorised Rifle Cliu
S to compete in the annual open rifle compeutio
fes Rifle Club. which will take place on Satl
lud Sunday, August 27.
lMmme is open to three classes- expert;, Inexpert
t.Lh'e events comprise shooting at 25 yardc, 50
Stwo targets, 10 shois each.
apected that there will br o large numbTr of e
be in by Tuesday 22. as shooting in the Sout
,the lfore, due to the fact that supplies of amtuir
'. ble.
Is C C *
S. SCHWARTZ of Polnte-a-Plerre have planned to
Today for New York, and thence to Montreal.
ke their headquarters during their stay in Canada.
quite a bit and to make a stay at St. Marguer
I mountains, before returning to New York for a
W ay back. They will be away for three months.
ANDER P. HAMMICK of the A.T.8,, who is o
htis Colony will be at Coblentz Guest House from I
'August 21), and would be delighted to e
relatives of AT.S. enlistees from Trinidad who ar
O OOFROY. whose marriage to Cadet Michael Gi
Yesterday afternoon, was given a shower last Tuesd
0t4e home of Lieut.-Commander and Mrs. L. H.e O4
dby Mrs. Geofroy and Miss Thelma Skinner.
M Oretory is a member of the Police Porce, the
Srttcles for the pantry and kitchen were placed b
tetion' and on opening the gate, there was a mini
gregory standing there.
SOs invited were Mrs. I. A. Geofroy, Miss Elaine
thiel. Mrs Henry L. T. Hackshaw, Milss Renee i
l Pa.ea, Mrs. Werner Boos. Miss Betty Wells,
jteuil, Miss Sara Hutchinson. Mrs. Dorothy Sob
l PtzwilliTam, Miss Joan Millar, Mrs. A. V. McCri
,'~hall, Mrs. Baba Cumming, Mrs. R. Pashley, and
... C C
Y DE POMPIONAN left by air a few days ag
*00, where he will spend some. time with relatives.


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Woot IMlAMNews

'Gleaner' Protests Senator's Aquisition MO N
Plan: Unconcerned 'About Our Wishes' MICI

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aeo Sernay Guardlia (iWriud"t was-satis --e------ wVe UebEkIM U A 4.45 -8 8.4
KINGC SN, JAMAICA, Aug. 19--The "Daily Gleaner" In in an I iu, Politieslh" con4.4a ad ing
editorial on nhurday 4ommeting on S. Sentir McKelUar'a pro- political virtle. He also asked for ST 8
have pO to acquire the west I entered a protest *. the obvo frie p shias h was being readily
to be lack at Concern about our wishtes which the reports so tar indicsite. given and promised every ro-*per-B ff UF H H* ^ Al ^ M
ldt Nothing has been said about tbe v r's of the Caribbean population." ati within his power and pledged i'
The newspaper further declared hi --s .elf to give all his energy to- U WA T
Mr l en atic. 1 not m rcle the Attornev-General de- wards the good government ot the iI
cheult "Diale>ctically, If not morally. clam tha wer th lu" sttd lovely Wnand. -- -- -l^ ^l' 4 ^^ i
H. It would appear to us that there is the article the war aiias of the
Ps fIe little difference between wa a a'nited, l Kindom it would Flir i'nierned
ie war to conw f ere aend wlholy unreasonable to expect any
Zite war to conquer mma sa, and colonial subject to take part in Sunday Gu"rdian (es-tra "t
lelene weaker people and using dplo- the war and. there;ore, the article KINGSTON. JAMAICA, Aug 12 PU$
Har- matic influence over an ally to lvab prejudicial to the war effort. Fllght-Lieut. John L.4Richard:Ls,
evidence hegsan with forrial wit- son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M Rich-
i sh ecue ownership or the Sae peo- neses "- to pn:t.llcatlon of the Iards, who received his etirly edu.
who ple without seeking their permials- newspaper with the article. and ratkin it SI Vincent and laItPr
loss slon or hearing their voices." registatiion of City Prlnte-y,.at Queens KRo.al Codlege. Il'nldIad,
tLi hat if t Wt nnted. as a biusine-s and as a ''" Iben interniied in Sweden. He H i
Deciarng that if the West In- newspaper joined the Royal Artiller, at the l
iberts- ddies are merely to be pawns to be police ns~.!-yr Noot later gave beginning ol the war auid subse-
were passed from one owner to another evidence of clhlina the attention of qIeny went ito the R. A aP.4I E
SSecuriy Inspector Long to the On August 9, the Air Minist.ryf
US. then." says the 'Gleaner,] "it article and of conducung a search reported that Fl`hghl-L.iet Rich- I I
M de would be a flagrant repudiation ofI of the "Puiblic Opinion" office amid yards was mis, ,ng bu;it the next days
"rding the basic and fundamental ideal' of finding the maiiwript n yhe d'd'loe his paens. that he ha i When your distress is caused by too
onsul; which formed the Atlantuc Charter "Now We Know- air If ad of been internecd i Swnpdein nuch gastric atidity, take dvatage
N. The editorial recalled Mr.l searhili Manis' home ild finding Mr sld Mrs Richsrds. have all', of Alka-Settzer's two-way action. It -
ieUt.- Churchi's declaration that he had another ,py of the a'lile and a recefitd a cable from their sn, contains lemnts which help to ises
t ipewritfer. saliig that he i. elln afnd that hie that -morning misryv" almostatn'ce,
wander not become His Majesty's first, min- Securit- lr.specto- TLonlg ani itin'elrcw0 ill Svuett It also contains alkalizing agents t
and sister to preside over the liquidation other witnesses gave Various bits help neutralize excess acid in the i-n. -
Navalof the British Emplre. and sug-i "f formal eidence and produced Workers For U.S. tstinal tract.
ge"" ated. "*It ks time that its implica-: hoUo rarlh- o" tue criminel article s,^. uda Gu rdn ('rr, dn.^ i P' .r. e., ^ .A~M -{ '& WJ ^
ecr- I.ions for external consumption be and other ertil ItS. The trial "on- BRIBXWae't\"is lA RBADOS. Al lBaa-.Seltig...ornt C rr atne It ,^ .(
If P' digested declared1 Aug 19 The Itliit d htch (of botha paneltro ges andwonkanti-ci.mIts
and Final the..' 'Gleaner" d' "ca"dwok"foi"he War Manp Aerb
s and that the Empire is not for sale or Comn-us',inil has lef t or til ePleaant totake. Not a lasxative. Spark-
barter and less so without P'ree- Takes Up Post United' S!tiiI.' Ani a fotth .I ling, refreshing Alka-SeltzerMcoAeC ALEXIS 1
meant of the populations ioa edR E DR IMW
Mrst. and that agreement, so far a Ja- Sundav Guardaan correspondentt a isg tralispo lt.nii falSilit|ill es ] twoo re" m nts I s.
'Su.xteo': met. Ih. left the:' By taking Alka-S.lthrr *the nglbt DC P ALA HALE *~ 0m 01l
He maica is concerned, will be very KINGSTOWN ST VINCENT.. island thout permits ini a before" you can iverlten aoid the n *t DONALDD BlP. FDAkLU '**.' m m
in the slow in coming even though we in Aug. 19.- His Honour, Ronald Her- t'oos ee,'.*tinlgent were brmtdsrs t"hmrigfe-.TyiS ADD
this island are secorfd to none in bert Garvey, MA.. M BE newly-d back dtsd mave been ,Pined i thre RI ARD BE r R E
and our affection for the true Ameri- appointed Administrator of St. Magc ti ate Court the ORCHESTRA
cans of America and in our gratli- Vincent. arrived by 'plane on Mon-~ ...................... nnri;ilrn ituittiwuittnuirnrnm iu
tude for their tremendous contri- ay and took the 'prescribed oaths
bu tton to the fight for w contn day eand too misthe prescribedbI o ths - --- 'ltIll IIIII lt111101111"h -lll lll lllltll lli lii li llll l ltl ll lH t lff lll m n
ancng darm." Hf n"ble S. Ban, Acting Crown
IttAttorney intithe Cotunicil Chamber G O Enwn
t Writer o... Trial Member of the E hlivea GLOBE- Now Showing 4.45 & 8.45 1.30 PI 8.30
ieatres KINGSTON. Jalca, Aug. 19 _Legislatliv Counrils. heads cf de-
Spartments, members f the King- Another Hi ffrom 1 1OP MAN OW I 'WING d Co Ntinuing...o
so I Trial of Roger Mats, writer, and stown Board, heads of religious
tckets 0. T. Fairclough, Managing Direc- denominations with their wives '- Big 0oubl ProgrammeN
tar, and City Printery, I., pub- and a large gathering of the gen-
lishers of the People's National eral public witnessed the cere-
Kbe Party daily newspaper, 'Public many,4 3--~:Rg Doa~ rgs~
n to Opinion," on a charge of endeav- A guard of honour m mounted in u' M j U VEST AMff\
da to outing to prejudice the prosecution the court ard comprised detach- -- N ADAM IN A
other 10f the war by publication of an meni.s of the armTv and police un-
SNew article entitled "Now We Know," der Capitin Maurice Sallee- W JUNGLE EDEN
lad in commenced i'i the Half Way Tree Miquelle. of the Windward Island.s -f' S URei a N LoeD..
resident magistrate's court on IFn- Battalion. South Caribbean Farce. FI N S r Ready to love .'. tr
ration day, beforee Mr. J. L. Cunida.l. Tihe The Hon'ble A. M. Punnett, no. ti protect her TH N W,
e her Hon'ble T. H. Mayers, Attorie;- minated member rf the Legislativ GREATER
rcular General i.s prosecuting and Mr N. Council a.elcomed Mr Garvey on T( GRA t R
W. Manle., K.C, appears for the behalf of the Council and the peo- :t 11
defence., pe of St. Vincent and the "ion'ble
ibs In Following le;:al arguinn os on weeK the magistrate gave a de.i- member, supported, ah a
noalsion Aoccedmg. to Mr. Mayers' re- Both speakers earned the ad-
qun th at ionle c prge e tinder easy, Mr. McIntosh stressing that 'I
ansld Defence 'Regulation bie proceeded t~he Administrator had cutme to a ~'~ig'1I
ards wUith, leatint; the sedcitiotis libel Jerl the Ap l hoi oft r d t i to F a
chrgeswhich Hesidl w a bnet ssry foreserve the p eople who offered their 2
charges which are triable by tlte friendship R11th hope of its recl-
nt11rie, Circuit Court, Ic 'poranily III abey- procatioit. *________________________
Thy)row o rv ha h df-- appOlnmn n aac "/--"^ "*lql ,I J9II* ^ -JH W 4\M H^R HF ^
ith is Rne, Mr. Punnett and Mr. Mcrntosh, I_- ..1.-- 11UI'sAII, .SI)RT
initln Accordingly, today, Mr. Mayers both tok the opportunity to say 1I T TU.N'E .iAEIBOREE I
opened the c"a for Uie pro.ecui- ifaresell to Mr. Adrian Date. (ot-oi- E
tion with a Ion:' spe-ch outlining gratulating himn on his succes'ftllRl
leave the nature of the offence legally.. acting term as Administrator and MARIA PALMER CA., 7Z-,0, .
which He sifid it was nct ne:'es ary for the wisihng him success in his new ,1 9,
They Crown to pIo-Ve that the defen- appointment in Jamaica.D.ANCIG STARLFTS 194-.
rite in dants intended to prejudice the Mr. Garvey, thanking the mem-
shlort war effort, all that was necesuay bears for their kind welcome, said TUESDAY 22nd at 8.30 p.m.
was to prove that publication of he had been seriously studying the 2 d a pm
the article wn, likely to prejudice history of St. Vincent since his ap- | ickets are sold at the (GI.OBK THEATRE, Prrt-of-Splin.,
n a the war effort. polntment. He did not think the from .. to 9.30 p.m. and EVE'S DRESS STOREJ
oni Referring to the contents of the people politically cantankerousm. He j|l Frederk Street.
w the
e -ta- GLOBF-San F'do. GIARE-San Juan v Ak
I Re st- O U. OToday.5& 1.31- OToday. 5 and 1N.10 ,.--rn S| a __
Eddie Canter and i ersaZ"i" in
lay. It &Ionsfane Moore in FOLLOW. TH... |YS ...A
.oNroy *9I OW BUSINESS Tomorro'w- M-I NA
ifts, LACKW ELLS ixtr-Mr. Durk Steps Out. G WT BILL
nature L______________ ______ ___
Ekel, famous FOOD PRODUCT .......... I .. ....li
,arah,. Corninc- R CA|- j flffliifliiilcggljfmlf..i,,ii.,,iil.,m.iini tl ..i..hi
acken, com,,nOgI RT v-- lIALTO _OLYMPIC
Mrs. are -I TcOD' 44a ,[4 pm. ALSO 1 AT )A 44.M &30 AU.A
for g' e e TODAY & TOMORROW, 4.45 & 8.4 1 MONDAY & TI', MONTEDY-

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TODAY 4 4 .3p.m. A1o
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i* T.VITRM YN3ea ToWill Be Thrilled When Tou m an" 4 11109
Hear Thea- "Tl'e Desert Song.'"
W`Today., 5 & Today & TomOrrrow Today S & ,30r

Stage Door .Jewa oouble "" aa "hw. e_ i.'RI '""" SUSAN PIT IE
Cam e,.Ceyla! The Pnrple ARIMA.g.,. s Pt

Menday. iS- Dal Ch "le D O~TE Ii
COrica.J Paulette Goddard Monday, S A 3*O i The Fa~eenaUng Meledrami

Wn~ fiUUUII*ImHIImm mm tam gMgl TOtS LOVE

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Ce*.nug* WTeV Mt u a L&. 'U m mMPEIRE-S" Fera.
Msay, M -p _a_ TODAY An iM* I KA M. M SUNI
we Omi u3 i" r mNDin MUM -.d b ELEMICAL E Odra% asf
s' SeS53 G'ima rs-^ TWO GIRLS -AND
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A owMmCT ITN* Emmaw-----
Opinions Expresd on thnis Page w Thos e Cotf
and Do Not Necessaril y Represent Views of th k ",Qi

Candid Comments By M. E. Farquhar
% '

Ut new education 3B bo hhad a cool reception
amoo t denominational team sn. This was not
mB@pevted. lor the Bill sM as muc" -lt curses.
Vem malrtlonal Boards and teachm are both
iuMaUVy misiuft(Ul and in the ciruemitance con-
qilatMa by a third party either one way or the
~te merely itvte suspicion and sharpens dis-
This unfortunate estrangement has its roots
&0 tn the history of denonjiational education.
StheS days when the lot of the common man
Sowed for no opportunity beyond that of provid-
f or and malntainIng the comfort and security
if more foVAtuate fellow creatures, education
or the mames a was supeot.
The churches themselves were not altogether
he from the taint of this assumption, and while
W provided education, they did so mainly for the
-binlg of the church and not necessarily In the
pouui Interests of mankind. Their main preoccu-
o therefore was the fashioning of Christians
md not primarily the production of educated men
#1 nt-en- t imsue has been blurred by several
bVeaieis. so that the heart of the problem has
t been adequately disclosed as a conflict between
& desire for emahclpation and a stubborn insistence
on continuing domination The teacher has found,
appropriately a new professional pride, which Irks
a any impUed inferiority or subordination of his
location. This is understandable.
In the development of a community, teachers
have rightly come into their own, their "standing and
status" have been increased so that today they
can claim equality in importance with any other
FoLp of people.
It Is vital therefore, that the "c-atchment area"
W possible recruits should be expanded to include
U best candidates a community can offer. This
I& unlikely, as long as untidy buildings, poor
equipment, cheap salaries and any suggestion of
professional inferiority or subordination persists.
On the other side, schools have been fLinda-
mental In the propagation of the Christian faith
and Inevitably the churches are jealous of any
control passing out of their hands. Certainly, the

Behind The Curtain

A correspondent in the "Evening News" has
stepped upon my corns. I cannot ailow the chal-
ESe to pass. This good soul, who has elected to
jibloiw as "Fed Up," is disconcerted because the
M S Band respects popular taste so much that it
includesa Jan and calypso pieces on Its programmes.
"The calypsol. ," says "Fed Up," "I suggest,
ghk ld be then banned altogether." ThLs is intoler-
wae with a vengeance; I do not like it-let's have
none of It.
But "Fed Up" has gone several steps further,
Referring to the crowds that patronise band con-
or", he-or she--has this to say: "My firm belief Is
that a better kind of music should be played, a;
oh a crowd pays no attention to real music." This
at~tude Is almost misanthropic in its extreme self-
E band concerts promoted for the subjective
e of the music purlst., for the snobs and
-t? Or Is not the real intention that the
appi should be a wide and popular one?
fastidious friend seems to place his own
freedom from "unpleasant" isici experiences before
all else. Surely, the simple soul who rear's naturally
and spontaneously to must,'. who whist;,s a gay at-
sompanlment and shakes his sho',iders or ihead, de-
serves some consideration, And with what amazing
facillty some of us throw around these arbitrary
standards-"real- or "rea"oruneal."
Fortunately, I am quite familiar with thef-se
metronomes who weigh each note carefully
mental acalea and weave elegant and pon-
WA arments to PuppoOt their fantastic theories.
My I ipreuson of the Polce Band differs vio-
o wAUi at f "Ped Vp," largely, l. daresy. be-
Xi te1y to M as much aS possible being
ANu fed-up. At a recent eotleert, the Police Band
aeovied nearly all the musie. Each item on the
Programme was punctuated by varied selections-old

European Backdrop
Precious names i of cities, lamdscapes. and
drivers are coming back into the news. Orleans,
Chartnres, Falabse, and above all Partk, the city of
lights: do you remember them from four %pars
way back in the history of outr time?
Of course, you remember very wll. StIll In
your ear must be thle mourning sound when their
nameR came over Qh1 radio In those (das, orIlvn',,t
fallen. Chartres fallen. PartL fallen. All of thrnm,
oaplts! or hamlet, fallen to the enemy %tiose tanks,
aisnes, givii, trurk ni aid t rn m ru-shed incessanllt
all over the beloved ',itnr v that was France.
How could anybody ever forget
Again thalr names Fre outing over the radio
but 'hey sound different. There is something light
and gay In the voices of all speakers who pronounce
them in thirty or so languages over the vast Allied
network. This time, it is nur tanks, 'planie, guns,
trucks, and men rUthing incessantly, 1rom the north
and south, over the brave con'c.ry that, France has
been in these last four years of mourning,
It all seems to he a repetition In the history
Of this war. Hitler, the prophet of total war and
blitzkrieg, sees now his own armies exposed to
these rough products of modern times. There Is
only one little difference in the story. The total
Adolf killed I don't know how many peaceful na-
tionsM... almostM, Striking back at last, the com-
bined forces of his enemies arc out to kill him and
I tMnartlal gang .for good. The little difference
I timulating and wi'l count in history.
It was a precisely planned dream that Adolf
had almost, succeeded to accomplish. He
m td o kill first, Poland, then Prance, England
f(usdl, all of them separately; finally the
Sthe world which would have fallen to him
like ripe fruits from a tree. It went accoid-
plan onlv to a certain point. That's why
t otail warrior will be mentioned in future
schoolbooks as the Almost-Adolf, Itf he Is men-
tioned at all the bugbear of the twentieth century.
Hi e wanted t kill them separately sand now
the almost-kllled stand utp together against


standards required f a teacher by the church
might vary eo hl 4 hose wh"e She g
state might exact.
An influence can be baMneful without expoSiWgC S imm
Itself legally to any charge Of ihvrhlmn aU n t CM- Be
duct. It is not eaBy In prt to e ptet e eelse rea- I
sons why a man of apparently good conduct uM bgin
do violence to Ideale which the church baa s -on m T
stantly in mind. emr
It Is clear therefore that no legal draughtmaan- IVU. td.
ship however prescient or omniscient can make ______
provision for situations which only mutual trust
and honour can Oridge.
Neither party to the present controversy can
point to a blamles. record In the past. The Issue P L
now at stake for example has been engaged with P
an acrimony which bodes Ill for good relations In NEGLEV-ED, MAY I
the future. Thus, when It is asserted that the iazUOUR OPriA
teachers own to a guilty conscience inasmuch as Many people uffer
they oppose certain disabling clauses in the pro- untold agonies, eoata
posed Bill, grave disservice Is done to the truth and wearying irritation and i
good feeling Is compromised, by plies, simply because
Whac the teachers do fear, and that not un- never discussed the trc
reasonably, Is the threat of a rigid standard of even such a confidant
churchmanship poised on their heads, as well as chemist. If you are i
the Imposition of a more onerous system of religi-. make up your mind to
ous obligation, unless the offending clauses are chemist about the won d
paration Man Zan. 7
modified. For if a denominational board pro- simple-to-use remedy ito
nounced a teacher unacceptable on "religious vellous In the quick ws
grounds," It Is difficult to conceive the authority on the maddening Irritati
which either the Director or the Governor Inflammation and, persev
could rely either for reviewing or resisting the banishes the most serious
the contention, this agonlsing trouble.
All the standards of ecclesiastical outrage would Man Zan Pile Rem
Immediately be unfurled while the thunder of well ordinary ointment, but
night Irresistlable slogans would be unleashed, and preparation solely for t
pile trouble. It Is prets
the administration might find It politically expe- special nozzle. ppliator
dient to weigh In on the side of might as opposed ing It simple andclean t
to. right. Indeed, the whole question calls for by chemists everywhere.
mutual goodwill rather than legal enactment or pro-
The duties of the teacher, and the priest are
in many respects complementary and united they
could accomplish much for education and citizen- w M a Z
ship. It must however, be a partnership In which i
advantage for the child must be paramount PI LE R E W

- By Ubiquitous

.. I 'llyal N~aval
English songs, familiar musical comedy tunes, with oyal aval
some seasoning by Irvin Berlin. Thoughout the
entertainment, the audience reacted quite well.. I" QUEEN'S PARK
It was not until we had completed the pro-
rammnie and got even beyond "The King" that the
reflexes of the audience began to gurgle and the
first symptoms of that delectable delirium tremens TEA DAh
began to appear. With commendable timing, fore- D
sight and understanding. Lieut. Dennison had de-
cided to march us out to the strains of a calypso.
I ask "Fed Up" to give some thought to these T H U R S D
things. We must not forget what jazz music and the T U S
calypso mean to the labourer who, after a hard day
of it, makes a quick change of clothing, meets the AUGUST 24
girl-friend and strolls leisurely along the Pitch
Walk to the Botanical Gardens. The stage is all
for swing and rhythm, not for aesthetic pleasure
of an Intellecttual character. When you feel happy r N.A.S. DANCE I
in that way, you are not really interested in
thinking. bt atteaes
After all, Fend Concerts were certainly not
intended to be stiff-shirt affairs; and, if "Fed
Up's" trouble Is that he hlas always preferred to sit 0
In a car and drink deeply of the aesthetic draughts,
then I suggest that he desert his mani-made Ivory
touAer for at least one band-concert night and oh- ADMISSION ..........
serve what It means to be young and healthy when
the band Is; playing "Long Ago aid Far Away" or
"Bese ml mucho" He. nlady Members-
Why is It that so many of us elect to curl our-
selves up into a scowl of re.-sentment against all that
is basic and natural? I listen to the Police Band
very often, and have a warm admiration for ,ieun'.
Denniron whose programmes Indicate a deep expert-
ence and understanding of what the pe'-pie of
Trinidad desire and enjoy. "W -
Really, when I come up against persona like
"Fed Up," I purr like a contented kitten over my
good fortune in being the proud owner of a sense
of humour.

By Eric Burger
him, united and armed to the teeth. The most
powerful power In the world could never check
su'h a concentrated assault from the rest of the
world. Hitler is the last to make the impossible
possible, with his waning might built on the worn-
out 'rhird Reich. The war might be over tomor-
row or in a ar's's time, it does not change the
ceirti ude of %hati the end will be.
Only one thing matters today and that is to
gft it over as quickly as possible. To strain Hitler's
reani.iing forces at as many places and in as
many baltlea as possible, that is 'he shorsetr way
to the end. The Allies have the manpower and
the weapons as well to drive along that way to
Hitler's funeral.
To do the undertaker's and the liberator's job
In the quickest possible time, it Is this aim that
serves the "second Invasion" in southern France.
The once smiling shores of the Cote d'Azur can
smile once again and the liberating armies In this
sector will march across sunny roads between the
blue-golden Mediterranean and the snow-covered
summits of the Alps. They will have not much
time to look at this shining beauty of nature or to
date up the beauties who used to populate this
holiday heaven. They will hurry Into two direc-
tions. From the French Riviera goes the way not
only up to Northern Prance but also to Italy. From
both spots march other Allied armies to meet the
Southern Invaders.
Theirs will not be the last Invasion. Winston
Churchill has certainly not met Marshal Tito of
the Jugoslava for small talk, Their meeting meant
buiimUss and the business Is lauding in the Balkans;
here the resistance armies are waiting not less Im-
patiently than did the daring French underground.
Meantime, the invasion of Germany proper will
have been properly operated by the Red Army
With nothing but Allied invasions in today's
and tomorrow's headlines, It is almostt) forgotten
that Hitler started the whole business. Good night,
Invaded Invader!

oWe4"lMt tmeeea. ai40"

a wgi4 e a m M y k
1.sis- sewse

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tube, mak-
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1.30 P.M.

n Instructed by Mrs. R. Donovan
3 we will sell such good and useful
S Items as:-
SeSimmons Double Bed, Spring and
- Sprin? Filled Mattress, Comb.
SDressing Table and Hang Press,
SMirrored Hang Press. Bedroom
Rocker and Carpet, Shoe Stand,
Wash Stand, Towel Rail, Dining
i Table and ti Dining Room Chairs,
SMirrored Sideboard, Crockery,
Club China Cabinet, Glassware, Five
Burner Ountlame Oil Stove and
S Oven, Two Burner Perfection Oil
EAST Stove, Breakfast Table and Bent-
wood Chair, Pots and Pans, Hatchet
and Saw, Polisher, Brooms and
^CE Brushes, one Piece Linoleum, Pan-
try Stand, Garbage Tin, Galvanized
K Wash Tub. Morris Table and
Chairs, with Cushions, Gallery
Settee, 2 Rockers. 2 Chairs and
Table. Mirrored Medium Cabinet.
A Y, Three Special Lamp Shades, Book
Case. and Books, Brassware. Occa-
Ssional Tables. Bedroom Carpets.
Plants, and one Corona Typewriter,
Etc. Etc.
Items on view day prior to and
SANI morning of Sale. and terms-Cash.

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OSUNDAT OAUDUKW, bou t, 1144

uttle oFor France Rages For Recital Rice And Flour Rationing AFRAID OF FOO
MchesTo Seine River :_- I Scheme Now Abandoned iAO

^ ^ ^ ^-l.NTI^'10^ '" FRO PAiGS 11 ( CO~t.NUKO FROM PAGE illH S2^ ^
*Sf 31 ,E fl ~ he 56son it t" M u m X On fs s op
-fa rt h e r_- i n 17)__ o c alp ro d u c tion of roUdI _m ea ls co n su m e d b y e p u b lic h a.' '^ S t t w s at I
B 5^ n .wf'nhich Famous Britsh ,^ nJ-r- J e^.r d su. 2e,.- __el ow ,wm<* ga. ,. ,
aw a .. .. o PAG the public h, 953e t o d sut ag
O w itis ol M P roW 11 a sh increased to A their ownhomes. A" I
soldiers afoot as Fm u16anoneMswn o .
vehicles 24 Conductor Dies shou be occasioned to LAW CHANGE theo&O
vhtho2Conductor Dies.t se consumers wno are unable 0.. amtes s ub s
to purchase As much rice as they "The relevant legislation will be 1 *" IlaT, or*
LOND N, A g. t (A ).-may wish In view of the adequate amended to give effect to the r7 = 1064a= .
Sir Henry Wood, famous Bri- s applies of oth er Imported and foregoing decisions and the public S% esms .mamlas.
m tish conductor, died tody at locally produced carbohydrates wil be advised in due course re- TYN be tufttr e .O n4 sa e s
loodiltuffs. marding the disposal of their ra- ", 114=C0
tg the lustre of th ge of 75.., ..osu ..di h.d a..s, .. raal
their real o Sir Henry suffered from an "12) A rationing scheme cannot lon books. dS not p sei t ta- s at16111
thei rm" after acute attack of Jaundice.O upecate ilth e wby emareklederee of ri ovenmmentd t e sFood e d opsertoC O bain ablyeto beslt5 o i nat1am
and Frae under and conductor for Agpi WthotnomarkedOt es:on
nd ela t Fra ce 5 erts ofSi renry add eron- 4is sedomvaried and then only mittees already set up as It con-
-of its own nadelcon-ithinnarrow limits. This prin- alders that such committees can, 5071) & SUCUINB0N. LTD
en my avsil haps^ mor than &.nX% oth, ,.C
ha1moethna t, man A c~le, however. conflicts with the even under the revl'cd arrange- 44M~1 0triSne atu. Psflrt-OTesil". tulgu,
of t.~opin to aise the standard of music fr-i present more llerible methods nts, playan Important role in
now heoul ee appreciation in this country.mre pa aniptntolin_______________
.e oat t eineion.. o n yr cnucted operated by the Food Controller, ensuring the equitable distribution ------
ncoawthe ould never .yyes e conoucted 'whose policy is to release rice of foods tuffs. b tln iH
reportd flres and music classes in provincial more freely during those periods "inallyv it must hbe emphasisedA
aris which, coupled states and toured Scuth Africa, 1. ..when ground provisions are Ithat theresh ld at all Itmsb
,tha the Parisradiot America and the Continent. L hort supply. ample supplies of carbohydrate
two da s, it d P ica--d i. .9. .9) In the light of the exper- foodstuffs for all, evel though
tons before quit- .3 ( .t P i troller in completing the registra- always be able to purchase the I S U R E
V foreign Gton of consumers, it is clear that commodity of their choice at anIy
Varmns ad a l ll Of o Ulon Zerite. Trinidad-born dancer, there are many members of the one particular tie."
hwre fleer n the oitf. of International reputation, re- publc, consumers. and shopkeepers yor'-"ie
weir ea ile n warci p .cnty from a South American alike, who have experienced dffi- vo
roiutauleading towar R o ehrunderstandin t4r-P7
titriots are march- I.Vvj)Oi LVU tour who gives a recital of cultv In understanding the *
.a inging the Mar-: her fascinating Interpretative somewhat com plicated coupon ra- I Peeing l171
er mem- buildings aa prnit date at the Royal Victori in- toning procedure For e xampl
bthe erman adI inim sttute on Thursday, August 24 it is known that some shopkeepers 1
(the Germans ad- at 8.30 p.m. and their customers have already Ham m er dn H to, Ve iLeI
..oOn her programme are a commenced to use their ration aaa
Oft violent exp.o- CONTINUEO FROM PAGE1 number of international dances boo .
wakened British vil- plain across which they could move like the Dance of the Masques, .
he Ci-.nncl coast op- a dozen miles to sea cutting off an Abyssinian dance which the FEWER COMPLAINTS lFrom Air
and Le Havre Indt- Touion entirely. Th.,y are already iwative not only dance with, [ A 1 .i ..
olitions might have reported lee than 30 miles exist of but to the nimaque; Indo-Chin- ,4,10 The numbers of corn- -.... -.- R with the
Marseilles which with Toulon itas ese dance to a pagan goddess: ,plaints received from members of ICONTINUOD FROM rAGE I
That the final phase one of the two big prizes on the which provides scope for the the piblii s steadily dimnishin Typhoon pilots attacking ..r"
Of the Seine has been Mediterranean French coast, graerful use of the hands, for ae pb se seallybdlitv mf ish martslin te pislio akt acint r-da
It and annihilation. East of the beachhead iront the which MIs Zerite Is well known; ab of s m A
ot cMr Iplies coupled with the action operated so close to their own for-
t blazed with pyres Germans announced they had the tribal virgin, another dance .which Governmen.t now propogss ward tr^cop3 that they hit some A R
Transport. British. abandoned Cannes, but Inforpation based on an African tribal cus- take should rem' .ove ay .ajor vehicles error .
d Canacian tankstrom Allied headquarters indi- torn by which abride-to-be gives out.sndigoiffulties ay m*r Leut enerrl r.r r_.na. i
y rearguards. The cated that the eastern front Is re her.ef o the tihal god on the' ,t-ta"ind hic i ne L. Commu neral- Crr C ad
on the move. Along latively stable and there was no eve of her wedding. and inter- t ed cot i ofa oe otielleyatile rt statement last-night sayigued .h t
SCanad'.rns fought word of the entry of Cannes. pretative numbers Like "She- timated o sI onf oP te r- s.t. ,hra- tem ent at n ghtm s fg that I
I of Cabourg and The Germans made a belated at- hersladt and eoni of India," tiolnad scheme has been ound ,hr ha been a number of ati
.. .. tidal .... ........and.....of. Imdl, t e ia euae a d i v esti-I tacks by Allied aircraft on Allied
es across the tidal ,tempt to Interfere with unloading Rimsky-Korsakoff and cVhers. to be inadequat an i,,t-ac,7 s b, Ai d a i rat o Allied
a from Le Havre and opeiatlonii, but it resulted only inmated tha t the sum of $i111,790 troops in the last two days partic S |
the small port oftthr destruction of four enemy tor- ..u per arp.num Will be required for uary yesterday. "It is necessary" G | DER A L
.under artillery fre. pedo boats by American destroyers the purpose. As ample supplies he said, "to store the peculiar dif- |
th of D -iv tea ulTe .Germans conte ndedt ht of t .ot t h ln olv rlr nt obviating the rece.ssltv for caused by the convergence of Unit-
.awao n eary d.s. .Iorce on the Island porut Aof C-o Shiiirationing Government does not ed States British and Canadian I
o.-n the south force herdquartlrs disclosed that the T _rq 1 consider the expenditure o f the armies on the c-mmon objective Isurancen Cforp., LtdJ
near Nctre Damelisland and the neighboring Isle 111 N~' -l~ a C ; ," b,=enindSmdCnt :SSloYw ar gis
on th suthfoce:dscosetat ea aboiementloned sum caln possibly with air action against the enemy 1 ''rn ., Lt.
Smiles D from the sa of D Levant weih cleaned up by A'hIn .Dv UaJol i be fjstifled in order to ration In order o judge the matter
by be rationally an void wrn
tittes rom he ~a o DuI~e ant ere clea ed ip ice, of w hi(h lsuppliles should clurat uns a) s tod w atAaona (,g eiais s in M o o
S les sonth of this crosS0-sa nixed American and Canadian rice, on whl h supplies sould be ra ly "nd void wro ir on- c .. .
the villages of Saint outfit the night before Tuesday's ADVANED-I. reasonable adequate cluslnons as to what airtTrc m-- I ca FOElisrS in Motor
tmuo. At one unspeci- invasion. lmnie Germans remained .. EAD Consumer .registration has, pishted by IRiethe Tactical Air Faorce I
thsi e Allies are only six rn the nc..y islands of Sarlnte 9'r G UINEA, AuQ. however. proved to be of c>"sider- today I give he srore. as et iom- insuronc
Jes re oly sx~inthe varb islnds conservative uptv) 29
sleux roahead o Marguete and Sint Honorat A .er)' i-al Douglas able value. Persons who had not plete. and conservative 200
i ieuxtnce to the anemya outh of Cite an d Saint Honorating MacArthur.s communique today previously registered have now hours:- 77 tanks .set able, 42 AG
enem, 4 souh o Caneiiand %.Pe ftmg nd 55 damaged; 0
Roun. Vanuars iodally at the mainand with states lht A ,iord can ni ht ai done so. The Food Controller iF smoking nd 55 maged 900| AE .-
t miles due south o iea y calibre guns. pa trm scored threhits on en-y now in posses-Iou of reasonably motor transports set ablaze, 478 B
p mtured Saint Marguerite iiemen:s ofr another German "rchantinen in tie 'lippines accurate information regarding the smoking and 72 damaged. I Can- S I
Infantiv division. Rutei reports, Davao Gulf. In 'ilimuih ra, number of consumers In anv t-r- adian Army formations anl unitt, _
cpueare now idntil-d on the north- patol 'ns ob th KEie ticular town village, or locality, will compare heir vehicles casual- 17 Chdrlote Street
IttorSALE ShRRENERS a ip at night startinig Wh,'0 tlre Food Controller intro- ties to the above they will have ir -"e "Sr".
., -dAL h SURRENDERSgnWestsetomeOf the hiidgehead and fires and 1nh a Ppi-1-1-'1 1i- ruced is original sceme of con- sme idea of the balance in their .
this is the third now known to ofrsupplieskhe fapour.- nen4772
la single British brigade, be oppo ing tho A)l ed operation. The veonul it the south tr"oed distribution of supplies, he favour." iS ee 4772 i
enemy south of Fal- This division cuts across the road h con unique sid: "m compelled In the first, instancee The Canadian Army spokesman
1 1 e,:port vehicles, withc;ut mst of its mobile equip- o a ': t' hcav" I,, to rely oi' returns of reuements added th comment toda It Is
front carnage Is re- ent because nearly all the fin p oMi lom':- l..*-* tn H:I(i'. ma shopkeepers Many of lmporsible to employ that ai rl c1|ll
fnHK coronetd s c itahr ina ge'ids haver been destroyedll the kce aii'dions ,'-tiying an these retur"s were extravagantly air force in such a conftncu areaR IR r -'--....
'fcorpsem s littn bridge have been destroy determined nunib,-r of park d excessive and, despite constant without somebody getting hurt IR D
ji ds and hills. "Pris- Nine Allied Carriers planess and starting fires a ,d ex-j nve5tilatlon and revision, distri- besides the enem. We iust rse I 'ITE r i= *
ng in fast now, but posions, ,Escorting fg1h'',, s at- btol isii iinut yet wholly sati' 'c- the air force in circumstances likel, STOCI( S iL
? iated cases there arb Off Beachhead tacked rii it oCne enemy 'plans d' "s- a tese,"
surrenders," a forward ROME, Aug. 19 (AP), Nine air- troylring a ht-9 and a flying to; w,- tory. German flying b'mbe cane ----
commentator said. craft carriers, seven British and hit gi t' w-te'. We lost two CONTROLLEI) SHARING across t!i e Channel for a short., SArI'RI)A. 61th A0 UT, .
St single hatch today two Amicrican, were officially dis- figntci1'h tiela t. n in an
wien the German closed today to be operating off the "Dutch New G inea. Vgl"op "N that consumer relstratlont time las norit a:, d aiain iii tae at 1.30 p.m.
led his survivors of Riviera beachhead. Warplanes O t Manokwar die d rrl l titl i arl h af thi m'sernhng anda
!ompanv over to our from the carriers attacked road tiolns iat Mankwa'ii an" d a t tta i r e' a erl suers ios vituatlly Lin daylight this aternoo. ..
of he rereat15 an rai tiafic an comunicalons'planes bit Kiamano oulfleld" an' .ilrt-d, Governmenit proposes tha nttnSrd Sa enn
of the retreat is and rail tratc andcom municadions, Waigeo island in the Soiong are the controlled distribution scheme ..- --.--- 37a, Sotion Stree San Fernand
nowevere rerguardst said the communique, adding:- destroying buildings and sotatin shall be revved and developed V I i M instruction W received fro
been told they will :"There was considerable anti. dthe light of information gained as M aers I cr Webstern Sme, 8a
ptured" iai.craft file, but no opposition from .foces wth a result of the consumer rela ford, Chaton, rcn an others t
Titans' flight speeded it the air.c naval and air support landed at tion sheme Allocations of flour designed wl sell b. auctioe and piace
traffic Jam was spot-i French Battleship I.ft Wardo, on th., west coast, estaa/i-and rice to retailers will be re-,AEtricbo eate.Mt i s ad lc
n recaotiworofnarrowside- i- Allied 'Pl s lishbng a new centre for monping vjsed on the basis of the number ( Electric Heater; Morris Sul
Sno rup operate. Our ground fo'c W of consumers registered with them Chairs with Cusions; Bentw

w ork o f S n a roAide T onk n Q uA l i e d W P a r e S o^^W 6 S 1tlk on^^ it R ock ert sli C h ai rs L a g e S c l
c*if aptu red QF ^ -oillfI 1Cup mberat t ound r groun char anship oll the o p rebyt~ wille *^arn OilC T L' 1 w o vte s: Elel-triy StoveK
even HitlEr's prizedI LONDON, Aug. 19 tAP).o-Algiers have now killed 4,468 and cap- and t he opportunity will be tarkenrleRocker Id Chairs; Large Sca
heave been ordered radio announced today that the turned 29I0 Japanese in the island." to revise also allocateis to re- A nrm n o n te EleCi o
to move In broad Wrench battleship, Strasbouig, mailers of all other co Iktroled nPraB; oi S stores ; ElChintaric l
Kiuge has been which hasmbeen holding up thead- O-ll foodstuffs.ID'esk Beds and Spring:, Writir
g to save these vance of the Allies in Toulon, has oConurrt with the br oeh ;r
haonb-been completely silence n 1w42 Model Radio; Iron CoGtt
sailence ana no Wrrongementsitisproe rbes, BuPreau
comm b n O er ans e ril bee attack yeset e rday, ont oa c vise the allocation of contiolled n t a

Rljft o~n emmon geermaln the tia rbbywl b ee-A SI Governe n rangements It i proposed torvae i._194_ MoelRado;_ron Co
f |a. unts nOernrne c aeial attae Yestfedays 1 foodstuffs to catering and other
Wehrmacht to screen left sinking. ens establishment.,. Information has Radio, Hercules Cycle; Sideboards
Seen collected as to thenub f A aA Blti nds ramophone e Ccor
> s ptr noth oer Btori planet n ST. LUCIA, Aug. 19 (CP)Ameals that are beitg servedifl In wt Onfue, Crocker
Another Bulgaria W antsconference of Windward Islands establishment at the present time, to pne O n
manderW and Leeward lands po lite oncials imposed to restrict their ro sup- 2 months with kid, give
QuitANa Aug.b 19 arAc w aot Chamber under the chairna sho p nlies and thereby made available N r two bottles milk-only made kit
ftANFIST A dS0ChamerKu tonr bonttes k---onhy deoasago.
Amcrcan gAPnd British By RANK BRIEN of Major Branch, Federal Chief of for household consumptilon a f Trms-CASH on the fall of th
close ioqe'her in the ISrAY hL L, Aug. 18. delayed) I the Leceward Islands Police. proportion of the total supplies T er AS.
i'El" n tathe hav Ae P)., remier Ivan Bagrianov Others attending are Major E commensurate with the number of hammer.
aton tildt they pe' have (API.a Mjr 9.C-'(td)GE.E.RMDN
BB their own 'p', tes, made what a ournte ac to ae appeal Ormisoi Gr enada: Ma jorLabr S. Cu_- I__ _uctioneer._"P_ ar (j d ea I ,
H D. o Crerar, to tire Lni-ed States and Brita m o zier, St. Vlc ent. d 'jor Lambert. ( 0, e-. RMI
nder. toad his army' irelp Culgaria to get out of th rDomhnrca: and Major E. a Plun- len's Pay G m ec er
Bager. tolld hn sution ar m r hai Iepassiort ed speech he- kett, St. Lucia. .h e s la Ao a
Tfl viS. oura ti o ttie leniuarrd-a Toa e i neeae o eseeh ll The unoificationof the sWindwards-.'P' Be Repet
Pyoidable. fore tieeuldar Parliamentdei the

of~P~ ''runanpossibily suprtEC-~a toWTEK getc' then natio Ohrt Mis Vile Crauch peter" by ~ rPCl w"l<" eNAorw'i Uvpb~ ome.
have captured a 6o1ia on Tnurrsoay night discussions which still continues peat performance of "The
*ional commander and Whether he has enough iternal Sr________o_____ t h le
I of Trun and possibly support to get the nation Out of "... ,'-' daughter" by I
rman general i the fight probably will be deter- Aussie ( overninbnt pupils of t Anthony's Private
apo. aThe Gern cnsmined in the next few days. in s .. se.. vacation. At the.
today in batches The Prenier indicted previous Proposal Defeated midsummer vacation. At the -1 AAA
The Premie Indicted" premiere" the delightful little CC R A
,10 miles sou th- Governments for leading the nation LONDON Aug. 19 eter-It play was well receive by an au-
gt i nto the war which, he said, "har I snow clear that the referendum dtie,.ce which included Councillor well-knowoular Ua
s Fghtng great majority ofth uarr o the Au-straian overnment.:H ,B Wooding, Mayor of wl-nw
I tF ighting Tpeople never desired." proposals has been defeatc-d. The Port-of-Spain. on 2 roods/ perches of land, situateion the
Paris Suburbs The speech was broadcast to the latest official figures show a During the evening the "Saveoo
Aug. 19g AP)--A Bri- world, majority of 180.000 against the For Victory Pupils" cleverly gave Sea Coast, at Worthing, Barbacos.
dtaltch from Stockholm The assembly cheered every proposals out of some 3,000,000 the "Victory" sign, in which were The Dwelling House contains Downstairs, Clo'.ed Gallery,
Berlin correspondentt of statement, indicating that 3agria- voters. Red Cross nurses and Navy boys open Veranuah to sea. Orawlng Diniga other r
saying that three nov's regime intended to break frort rProbably another 1,000,0. Votes led by Master Carton Crouch Buttery -a ndKitchen, and ups airs 6 ledi lon ns eacli with
sohnns are now fight- Germany and ask for peace. ,re yet to be courtesy icluding General Eisenhower). Master ev'sna Ktosea Lnd urga 'd r is er roti
Way through the Paris -- = those of serifIce men. ... Stanley Hospedales (General Mac- Ga ruhnd, Goenmn aterh n .,a sentry ovimcesintle 2 Setrvats'
orreiponidents say that the oe-I Arthur), and Master Emile Khs's5 osa a vrmn &e rte ntle.38ra
[ oAlecofrtio Iav'ai feoteeat of the propasals is certain be-I 'the "sailor who'll sever Hilt~ra Rooms, Garage and tables in yard.
'MIbldt correspondent On Swiss Border cause Ia the Australian State three, head").|Iseto n a napiaino h rmss
was unmofcial. mebr oe o hmadtre iltCoc rsne The p~rope~rty will be set up for sale by pribi~c competition
ONembersH-oted FRONTIER. against. Miss' iltCoc rdtd] at our office, James Street, Bridgetown, on F'riday 25th
)NOT ATATC Aug. 19 (API--Frontier reports ___both____________ hows.____________ August, i'st. at 2 p~m.
which could not be confirmed, 1Y A O I
said today that an ministrative offices at Belf ort. How-SlitosBabd.
,br''ine br.Jeyed to be 'ever, he is sumfciently close to the "8letr abds
Atatic and fired four there when ,rnd if he wished.
bael missing a New Bed-. Laval arrived at Belfort at noon[ ak. h a
Veiel The Navy said that today. Marshal Pe',rin 13 expected
5Stefirst 'sut,' sighted in there during the night, according
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rinidad XI To Play At Skinner Park Today

4 ammhat Toured Barbados.. S. Ace Wd. J, Asche For

Against Ace South Side 26Mile South

Spomrful goutmBern a Pernando combination will make a bid
Op the al-conquering Trinidad XI in a friendly engagement at
md Park this afternoon In aid of hem West Indian National Party.
Swhlch will be led by ace--
.W, centre-hall U. J. Ulle-J..-
M.~ ~ vaple To Clash l
oprlae atl array or colour- |f

touring side, captainedbyW t
i k" r, J4one11. to s we, g' be fore them trtS Roy
!0z"hei convincing
triumph over "The Rest"
the TTAJ.A. so got un- 0 row
isb yet another indication _-
enegB..t.he t. of Ih players srInle will clash with ouedn's
Willbll"- to play rather oyal College x tomorrow to
Mtilg o to hold back set this week's TA. F.A. league
O~I opponents. whos wily for- fl-tren going
1rds ell undout Oy prove a Royals, have not yet scored a
na e to the southern defenters. v icory and are out to stop the
Theatch starts at 40 o'clock colourful Maple XI,
nabper crowd Is urPec led tor Fleet Air Arm will make their
the encounter. a STriniad team Is follows: week when they oppose tho power-
a. Gonsles: J. Sampson. K. War.- fill Maple on the Queen's Park
IaR. iowles, P. Jones, s. Savannah on Thursday.
W eax6y. nSealey, B. T hopson, With the "first five" race at a
r Rex Burnett and M. very interesting stage, the leastite
.ThoRp : c 'fixtures for next week present a
NA, `hof M cD. c'lourful array of gates.
'rlty F. Anderson: C. Maurice, Following are the fixtures:
L cllicp, Pbillpp: R. Crawford, F.IST LEAGUE
0, Gones, S. Baptiste, W. E, ird MON Mpi, "Q C Referee: Mr. i t
ad LU Lumsden. Horne I L2nesmen. Mr. L. Jardine an M
Mr. A. Hiifhide.' .
,=TU5rB FOC ,WEEK w r -Noire @Dame v SportIng Club. Re.
# ^ AA's [are:Mr.Pedley Agootinl. Linesmen:
ttpthis week's- .A r.A.s Mr. L Jardine and Mr. q. .d Mattnsd.
figtilJei7s ontheCarlton- THU-F.A. Arm v Mapte.bReferee: 14ie
-aso lt clash iM Mervyn Gret ll. Linesmen: Mt. ft. R.
a ld r etUSbeatoein their Murray and Mr N. Laurai'ne.
CeX .... ments by Shef mfld SAT. --Caer"Is V. Ct "t. Referee: Mr. ie "
tt ore 3-[ when .e .on trm lot, Richardson LPnexuoen: Mr, N.dKil" l_ '.
d mlmttoe -and their figure gor and iMr. nHope r P n, uchtt. .
witwtah ie Oa1tonites is ,a n impor- S AT. F.A A rm % QR.., ilarco). Ret
to c torthem rand their place feree from Piare. t '
Sli .-tm~l0 oer hand are Tro- an- Mary's N.. NIre Damse ,. e ",
l, NO grotndte. Rfei'e'i. Sir Ken teurhle
fli Sueasti theire auhln
on the league table with' TUs t-poti Club v Colts (2Sd Oc lis, .
e pprR -revery eor I- hroundt. Referee: Mr.wiledleY Ago.e .
to last ya y-onvtCd- FI..- ,hroek v Maple J Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ,N. Cumberbate,dnapped after their wedding.
ph n ove th t oimes. gond) er.' Mrk rtittn. TR
mphliver tBhead oimn IFR I rCuasau~a- tles ti Marv'st inew grilund'.,
Wf s.olMre yet s Referee. r. an.. u.ia. Mr. J. R. N. Cumberbatch fa- bridesmaid Miss ancy Best, cou-
E whenthey oppose Sheffeld aSECOND OIVISION I tr'ous West Indian and Interna- sin of the bride, wore lovely
an Y, except-they turtn.in tional sprinter, was Joined in holy georgette dress studded with rhine-
p; 10 -red A R OP

N irnk r p l ye M r.~an Err 1 o lR Ye 42n d c a i r .. j ihn i .' r n p A s m a k n m n r t w t
AV. lTROPHY wedlock to Miss Lily Inez Jordan stones, and carried a sheaf of pink
~a -e. In ow thicsr exbt vn rolea e ,- A,'p.. Rfer: Domestic Science Mistress of the rosebuds.
'aitchnces of ieth In the MON.--pirdlan s. Preston It I Referee: Government Training Coliege Cen- Mr. Carl T. Gittens performed
an fiov are ,ex, flngl remote I Mor. (d Johns n iNew ground, tre at St. Margaret' s Church Be- the duties of bestman.
week'.Ts, faituresy a- fol- WED.-lnvlnelble v. Wo(,tf,,rd fir.t
-Wieek's aurs A El borotere: Mr. Carbon John .( ilit. on Saturday, August 5, at The service, which was fully chio-
ground 4.30 p In. rat, was conducted by the Rev.
yt0 ay: Victoriav s.Vo itndowEll p-rtvrnce vb IClndian (E). Refreo Canon J. D. Ramkeesoon. Mr. Syd-
sda'.: St. Berdl a' e Lanes Mr. 1. Locske. New Crotlnd'. Keepings. hib promise to his "oldU Cano D moon, r S yd-G
THU --nenbow "A" C Reeree: r h'." r y ney Branch officiated at the organ
"Aay: SI .. Vte., ere M et ofo- eALgttdehecn StokelyDoorland during the signing of the re-
Izday: Leageholdn vs Carlton. THIUI--1-'", Windsor F, tReferee: Mr I'm lLn'cr principal of Queen's RoyalI gstry "0 Perfect Love" was feel-'
4 INTERMe DIATEG ... tJoh _no. "2nd clase ground Colige, tied the nuptial knot, and Ingly rendered by Mrs. Georgen
*dhbesdaye: Carnton vs Spitfire. NOTE. Rererees ml iltnesnei.unable tt a r i ceremony, in company, Byam, the bridegroom's sister,
Attend. are asked to nottly the hon. .t rr a. r Lsit!
= |secretary. "[ ithi the Rev, Canon J. D. Ram-I C,,t ... o
Ter Serveay Transport 'ath te e a More thar. 300 guests attended n
f 1 The 3wlt leave 1the kee-son, the Rector. attended the the ceremony and receptionwhile
.,(rane Stand FO a t a sp t-nroaturdkay vie 'e-r----
ra2d t-nd ate foll ing wi pl tray (o r ception at 6 Clifford Street cheques, numerous useful and ctly
lu B a Iterond division elta sare sakedeto oi oT "he br' bride, charmingly attired ini gifts and cables of congratulationP
er, dPth matcres ths week, start rhe ca taffeta and carrying a were r ceived.
Cl t C lub25 -02 i atin g Sun f rounds o if the EsA. 'rrp ii T aout .h nd eathry in h, Iwee r ei d V
An lplay w C f5 a Iperslnd off t i Als .nrereqest i f white gerbers and gadlo- Mr. and Mrs Cumberbat\h are
'b owrl nd C lu babe i titne a sin the esent of a l. ,t, I aztived onl the arm of her bro- spending their houneynotain Har-
S powerful India Clu-tabl resthting after tIe r fir hot'st ttL..r tIaer e. Mr William a Jordan. The bahoa,
tenet "five" defeated the Trini- extra 20 minutitcsa o.i)tit,Ie '' A;I .. ...
dad't country Cilaub quintet in a matches start pRnctuaat 41,. 11 1
friend-ly table tennis tourname nt al ou t a
plaed on Friday night at the India Boyce-Coon C lans-h A.-A m ..

Umwnr~wMr ne* esrM Citoea opr, Boeea y ce-Coro Clas OTAour
Club by a "-0 margin. V--
-l4 h ihtsSre.M .Ciy pam Fo
Sa3 -bers ofgthe Trida Forest August 27 Tourney Card September 14
omatryhIcb." w A party of 26 city Sportetnen, In -

Wf oakt ptln icte ~k W aahen, -________________ A^ j j pooflscerX, Le oc
uh-ichwillomprifeflsera l, f a Len Boyce, the cleverest pugilit of the Navy's 1781b class, will be
be &rs" t Pat _u i n a lcad winidad players- -w maourneytoatll mking his debut to Trinldad boxing fans when he clashes with
I osvg match.eInda Club's dimi- Forest Reserve on Sunday, Ai ,cut Charlie iBig Coon) Dixon on an all-star amateur card presented by
native player, H. Akal. other o made 27 to engage tashfrom 1N.otet. nHamil Yates at the Prince's Buliding on Thursday, Sep:em-er 14, to
the score 2-4 when he won from Reserve Leaseholds No. 2 C'lth in
U". Quesnel-n aC series of indoor naaid the Convent Relief Fund. .
M. Ibrahim Ioade an India Cbfootball match. Other star bous will see Sony
Thea te y of illoor avt th nod al, theonventbig sranelief no Othei l T
victory assured bYmulnghP'. The party will leave the l. b B tht a st h ppard gaiis ErneSt N-t-i-
Tnompn I two straint gn. first train and will be traspte ii oxg pulc, is no new- and the L. Barradas.-R. SonTny
Slmmner Y, "Cap" All Increased to the field from San FerPiand uby ttoer to the ring. He lets been Oreenldge affair,
the lead with a well-deserved will a special 'bus, 'ng some outstanding victories 6 Rounds
oetr skipper R. Trestrall and 15- The visiting party will comprise of late among his many battlers, Len Boyce iNav- vs, Charile
ytr-Old D. Ramkeesoon, re still In hs of the following hs most recent win being a kayo (Big Coon) Dixon
short pants, put the issle beyond Football; .e r (nl',s. I the second of a scheduled five- Lawrence Assam v. C. Francis
doubt when he laced highly-touted Husbands, J. Sanipsun. I.' iavt I ruriidrr oni Wednesday night. (Orphanage. a
Felix Flook in two games. Jones. A. Alkts, ti. Haridng, It Dixon Is in hard training and Lce.-Cpl. Toni Hope v. R. O'Brien
IXIR TION GAMES Joseph, P. ('art'. ". "'h,:apeson, N. )Ks In thle pink of form; there- (Orphar,'ge).
Klgor and .indsfor, a reAl thriller is anticipated. Carl Parris v. P. C. Gunner
N. Frankam played br liant Ping ong: I., Mi:Is. F. nI. I.Iwrence Assam, rankin I mong Brath ite.
ping-pong but lost to a steady P. V..John, U. John, V. yGillut,), andlilth ,ie' ttf the lightweight fight-Rounds.
rampersaud In an exhibition RI. I ee. wll be givin the Orphanage's oun
game. In another exhibition lliards: Mikey P il. (''ril Francis, the presently Son Sheppard v. Arrest Nnes.
ame.ttll the match of the Bri-dge i. hor'n,., 11. italdoA, wt'igh tlle-holder, his severeatteist
mh, U. Ib"ahe m edged h o ut f. (herrie. l. Browne, 13. Jones, iLP''er oil the same card in an at- S. Greenidge v. Louis Barradas.
The Jordan and F. Jotie';. tempt to regain his title lost k R. Border v. Sgt Boyce.
v icto ry o ver Fl itx F loo k T h-a ei g m n .
Md. played a very steady Elaborate preparations* are Ceing n rsndh. he ft
tM n the crowd wal sen made to welcome and enti'rta n tIe Carl Parrls. one of the moat
party byMr. Char les Austitn. s, tre-, ColourfIf theTrnidad amateur D SPRINGS
to ecstasy when "duce was trv of the Forest RANrve thboxers, will be making a re-appear-
reached In the final. nd a large crowd o otnen is x- ante to the ring when he replaces EDS
The scores follow with Trdia pected to turn mit to see the soc- George Baker to fight Gunner
elub players first mentioned: cer match, which will wind tip the Brithwitite. I" ASH TY
R. Rampersaud defeated P. Cal- day's sporting activities. Brathwaite is a Barbados pugi- -----.
ta.s 2l--10, 1--21, 21-15. I- list now domiciled here, and scored
V. Akal beat m. Quesnel 21-12, SIWELL X1 FOR TODAY a sensational two-round kayo vic-
20--22, 21-15. The following will play for Siwell tory in a scheduled six-rounder in
M. Ibrahim mauled P. Thompson In the Pemberton Football League the last boxing card staged in the
01-4, 22-20. on suncrty morning against Essex city. This bout should seethe with
Y. All won from R. Treatrall "A": C. Mills: R. Charles. W. Interest. Furniture Fal
1"21. 21-14, 21-17. Joseph: M. Joseph, 0. Clarke. L In a return affair, Russel O'BrIen,
D, RLaikeesoon laced F, Flook Wlliams; L. Clarke, R McCollins. keen Orphanage fighter, will go 6
31-11, 216-15. V. Seymour. J. Duverney and C. all out to avenge his most recent 86 Frederick Street
VWEIRTION Manners. Reserves; E. Cooper. M. defeat by Lance-Corporal Tom
!. RAamper'Sud best N, Frankam Clarke. Hope.
S--5, 30-22, 21-18. M-e.I
X. Ibrahim'm won from P Flook I
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Weduesday, 30th
"" AvgPet, 1944.
4. OICQ TIQE is hereby given
atb order of ARLINGTON
of the Power of Sale I GENERAL TTWA
ferred on mortgagees by theEvy mtneead mo t I 'mmt
At~a~ncing Ordinance and co- Evien r, hee teieemoran coor t gu eest.prum
_Jiled anid implied in Mortgage Lighterargee teporry gest
of Sale dated 11th June, 1943 For Reservations apply Manageress, tt Yba 8rsLgheae n
Ne,. No. 3485 of 1943. made be. _____________ DND D SE1
U NARICHARDS of the one "'
'~trtand the said ARLINGTON LryNGleWAIrED
tUe other part, there will be put" -D UNT D RTI
UPs for sale by Public Auction at DA IUNT D R TI
the Auction Mart ef the under-
(near Court House), San Fernando. ..
between the hours of 1 and 2 pm. opening of
:ei WEDNESDAY. 30th AUG UST.FieIsrneo Bul
r lit wooden tenement mesaur- etc. Relieve your unne
feett by 20 feet, comprising V. MANHIN .(Proprietor) u ar orrss
!_ rooms with a kitchen 'U ar orrss
an Paralour also thereto
mesring8g feet by 12 O,.0 ,hI.SN KNJD CONFEDERATION
'lPsadtin on wooden pillars
o, ,he U.B.OT. Corn-M NA, UUT 4,|4enprid
idbulidinas covered MO D ~ I!~Cnpoiethe neces
red felt, ttot at Gaude seeU First fmor Nes values In the following line,- family, business and oh4
lontFrtin, I, the Ward
.th s 14th day ot August., FOWA. AC N STAPLErGOODS,R LEE LUM d
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Chetniks To Play
Lanes In South
Sunday Guardian Correspondent.
SAN FERNANDO, August 19.-
The All-conquering Chetniks Club
will oppose Lanes in a return ping
pong match at Lewis Memorial Hall
on Saturday, August 26.
In their first clash Lares edged
out the city's five-man taam by a
narrow 3-2 margin and with
Chetniks going all out to even up
matters and Lanes endearvouring
to show they can still master the
position the match promises to be
highly interesting.
Lanes team will be selected
from S. Taylor, T. Benjamin, H.
Lewis. A. Bramb:e, R. Callender. C.
Bourgeois and Joluhn Alleyne.

Orange Grove Cup
Semi-Final Today
Sunday Guardian Correspondent.
TACARIGCVA, Aug. 19 Inva-
ders and Baratarla C.C.. both west-
ern zone teams in the Orange
Grove Cup games, will clash to-
morrow at Orange Grove in the
sami-flnal fixture.
The winner of this match will
meet Orange Grove "A", the 1943
cup winners.



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between the hours of 7.00 a.m.,
for the sole of Gasolene and Shell

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Oettg up f0 ts. bus st isO
or' horses, whitis di scharge, dulah
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aeavoossess, weakness apd loss ve vl-
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vigour and health, take the Bew scien-
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Regens from your chemist. Tt gujse
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wallrang Kace
Sunday GuardtiU Corresponde
La Brea, Aug. 1I John Asehe
the Colony's champion walker, will
be competing in the 26 miles walk
from Toll Oate, San Fernando. to
Soint Fortin. on Sunday, September
3, beginning at 10 o'clock.
Asche won this event for the
past two ye&"s and is determined
to perform the "hat trick" for 1944.
He is in the pink of form and
his doughty rivals will have to ,put
their best efforts forward to cop
honours from him.
It Is expected that more than a
score of well-trained athletes in-
cluding the veteran, Theophllus
Roberts, will face the starter on the
morning of the race.
To make matters more hotly con-
tested Theophllus Nicholis, the
Tobago representative, is expected
to return for this event.
Another item of interest on the
day's programme will be a mara-
thon race from the K.T.O. barrier
to Perseverance Hall at Point For-
This event is opened to all ath-
letes 17 yitrs and under, and will
have its beginning at 3.30 o'clock
Inl the afternoon.I
In the 26 miles walking race held
under the Joint patronage of M'r.
Nelson Betancourt and Mr. F'. P.'
Marriott, there will be six place
prizes, and three special laps will
,ilso be awarded to the competitors
reaching the Oropouche Junction,
the Point d'Or Filling Station and
the K.T.O. barrier in the leading
position. The day's programme
will conclude with a dance.
Athletes desirous of taking part
In the day's events are asked to
eommun,'.te with Mr. B. Dufont.
Oxford Street. Port-of-Spain: Mr.
T C. Gardiner, of Kern Trinidad
Oilfields, or Mr. D. Lynch, of Point

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Nearly a Cripple
With Neuritis
After being nearly crippled with
neuritis, this woman was greatly
comforted by the relief s .e ob-
tained from Kruschen. A fort-
night's treatment was sufcient to
put her on h feet again. And if
she keeps up the treatment, she
need have ho further fears. She
writes :-
"I was nearly a cripple with
neuritis in my knee and, ankle.
After I had taken a spoonful of
Kruschen in a tumbler of hot
water each morning for two weeks,
I was able to go for a good walk
and also get up and downstairs
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working long hours, and was afraid
I would have to give it up. I can-
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Salts."-(Mrs.) J. N.
Neuritis, like rheumatism, lum-
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pains. Kruschen breaks up these
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Builds Vigour
If there is not enough Iron In your
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loss of appetite and feel debilitated.
tired, nervous, weak. llverish. If net-
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fainting spells, nose bleed, yellowih
akin, poor sleep, weak memory, short-
nes of breath after exertion. ikia
blemishes and loss of self confidence.
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5_9s upseta namrocx o-i in L&eauer i w%*sa.ss
Score First Win
SF,.A 194 Seasonl.2.0 h eT" -
Os Score First Win Spitfire Beat Fleet Trounce Notre Dame S
FA. 1944 Season Sheffield 2.0 In Leaguer At Piarco sw
ig amoer upset yesterday afternoon wjeS h ei l d l leet Air Arm, T.A1.A. chamfitai. scoring a goma in each session X ~
s a-old rivals Shamrock a .-1 whipping and chalked -.--- with fast and accurate combination, which almost &wept Notre Doian 1s A190
To thi 14 TAJY.A. L u ol son. George des Vignes off their lop In the second half, carried off the T.ALJA. first lea-s
by1? '- Nets Three Goals In fixture at iarco yesterday with a 2-o0 decision. P. ___
^B ^UMOiwoldKi 1 APA Iadr The Donser poal-keeper, Petter4- --- -- --- -- -
.._ ernd _uh _p PSA.FA. Leaguer Chen, enrnd apte.tie Mr. E. Alm-ando refereed., Victory i Sight
t o giv e G rs Q l Cwrrespendent chief factor In keeping thle Fleet NOT lE DAME:-P. Chen: V.'* a bui"-' V.
lNANDO,^ Augtut Ifi- forwalrd from plercinghis citadel Pierre, N. Pouchet; B. HefhteNwDypr ct
meV9- . ,.1 VC 1 ll Spitfire, South's Red Army, turned more often. Aehong P. Burke: P. Massey, P. A"Goodwill t "wards all
Maal er Gl. .a grand performance l, this Chen anticipated Wardlaw's and Oliver, H, Goeit, R. Burnett, and me--the Weem made sarfe s!
Ch althoughM l-Ni. Ll af ternoon to trounce Sheffield by 'lke' bullets and groundeai very L. Rorhard. Dmracy
badt with aPan- h flive goals to one in a S.A.F.A. First well, and the two goals scored were FLoET AIR ARM: Town'. aies, yo n t I Ya
e alf.teilt a ip Iionshipl league fixture. eo,*ge Des Vignes well cut of his reach. It c!villan, Stonehewer: Rouse, part ln winning t e
offa dhnetting three of the goals. TheInitial states were even Hartley. Edwards: Thomnaon, Tur- by going em famous 3110-
eMarjorie Parris copped the senior The game opened at a hot pace exchanges, the Notre Dame defence her, VW'ardlaw. Wilkes and Cain. RA* FACR POWDR, very
cha ilonaship, winning the 50 yards despite the heaviness of the ground, putting their weight and stopping 41nieo beItuis& iA nsutam and
th two wi and & 100-yards flat evenate, bug and after some brilliant forward the on-rushes of the opposing for- peach t t c. per hex;
vd to their crwo dit a d to be contented with third &lace movements, Spitfire scored two otuick wards.
ytogtheircreditogoals. From this stage onward, The Fleet carried the arine at a TT obMad amCAT ToIL Us Gw-TR
,latch a favcuret. In the obstacle race at the Malvern Sheffield to all appearances were hot pace, n id it was only after a To i | s Madam AlveTa ItT Grw-;
line. strongtb- annual 'nnta held on the Queen's ZnprtdadItwsol or; CASHMIRI BOUQUET
Sfroat li tnl annual port held on the Qe n.spirited and it was only after ter. minutes o: play, that Wilkes, at or;WH T1 MOAP., e i OUietc.
*P.inclusion ofHa Ril" oya Cc ege grounds yesterday af- Batstehad netted" to 1 m fake the ""t :Py i lkaa ^ ^S-18'1" OW
o f o r y sord Baptire hadee to mIaaes the ne left, found tile nets with o lf Do you agree that that om-
ol t H' score 4- 1 that they began to show first time grounder from a corner 1l ourn y binatlat makes a good beach-
vice tofudd the stam H. Henley was Parris' nearest fire. I y leftv'iiger Cain, head?-
the early stages, rival, running a consistent second. W. Baird, inside right for Spitfir, "The Dames ;oiht hack bril- J. Tobin,- th a oaore of F
the early stages. sealed Shei eld's fate with a beau-.72 -on ... ..p.edivi soonn. n theo Fitz-Clorence Spencer,
their ground when The junior events were hotly e Id a.wi nty. I ex B :rnett, excelled at the premier division in the
goatlo i contestredand RosettaWoreltiful left-footer fro n close rnge.illnner le!t, and wae. the live wire 1oll tourney held at St. Andrew's 'The Ron Marchi House"
oegollwinOther gol screrwai Hipnitel ofLunyhl t .Adew'sar"it.ne Mqareh, FsH-ouor
at aoie fi rown|eledge dan R oViarr waHWoipo e of many of his teams, raids, which course yesterday afternoon In aid of 14 ae s
two e r T Mr. Erc Mar he car d the eero"s at th seFl 's er'e'y' ed ln. G. Hill waMr.rs sir second with ard rl a-.go'7
B and goalkeeper Q. Vld Id o ford ruled the Junior whistle and Mr. 0. Baker and M o s'ert'a owed these d attack, gross 74 'Mallll .Fi.iliRani iamstihe Niinne'
the fort. sprints, winning the 100 and 220 W. Percy ran the linens .art.ev, the Ai'm.n's nivotnin Major N. F. Rea was the winner
Ernie Murray end ylrils beating Worrell Into third The teams were: SHEFFIELD:- helped hIf forwt"-ds to i,1l`fr: te the in the junior division with a gross BE AN M
entall out :r th and second position respectively. A. Adam.s; A. Hippolite and p. Faieks frequently, dMlayin- no score of 89, while Dr. George Camp- BEDS AND MORE 1
Isal t o lue reand event-thJ relay w ilen; 1. Montes, J. Kennedy, and' *ne in distributing the ball to bell and G. R. '.orrin were tied M
si In this Blue rland event-the relay was M. Orie'; F. Lloyd. A. KennedS, p. for secondd place with a gross 91.
S good u Of ne of won by Malvern while Defiance and BtistC. L. Brewerad V. Beni. en was od ctntll i- In the handicap tourneys held the BEDS
Itns Dive de La-AOrphanage representatives breasted SPITFIRE:--C. Boyce; K. Oop .-,h i d h a'if,,.lts. ('dollpetet results were: 1-, Major N. F. Rea
i home a third goal the t ine in that order, son, A. Hassanalli; R. de LabastidT me of Wardlaw's lshotsi w"ieh 32. 2. T. J. Tobin 32'.v
itO put th issue beyond In the temainlne 50 yards in- r. Moris, Jones: R. Crawford, lool-d 11ke '"reasng the lead Eiht-en-holes -. T. obin 7. ith to M
Mi"~~i vialnrc.Dfinescrdl rw ^ n- r.lo-dH e Inrashig the lead Eighl-en-holps -1. T. J. Tobin 67, with Springs to Match
still rpt racet Defiance secured LsV.Brown 0. des Vlgnes, W. Ben. nenr'",,r leon time. 2. R. (;. IlIll 68.
still kept uep theirithree nlce.U.Dyer.'k', the field Prerllf-tiln A very Lgod sum was raised for a
put & lot of thrills in At the conclusion Mrs. Betan- 'otre *a- e n'ov-d V. li-rre to l st. eidnstai,'s. i Kopox, Fibre Mattresses
B co-rt dl.triilt.d the prize. Tr'e Ttet"'I' n'w.rd 1t. rovl[, to r Stht ... h-t Fbr iow
'two early ralds by Jeff- Mrs. D. Rishon, president of b v sld. flf. atnd fhd. who was Gt ARDIAI TEAM TODAY and Feather Pillows
on the right wing the club thanked all thoSe whoI 'n th h l."', I I'- InA T- one,-
ten minutes after the helped In any way to make thI v In e. hat oitedeThefollowing willrepresent
w ai-wmi-s-understand ,r.shifted to thileb hack Guardian War Lords this afternoon *As NeO ws Designs of
athe Shamrock fulland. sports tesuces itwal a w gain.st Portsmouth In ,t Ooodwin
tgoalkeeper Scott k htHu Mr anN*1i ted tl- t h lho k w Fle.'t Air Art !av, al4 over League fixture on Sporting Club orris Suites
o adantale of ttnandH.Inattendance.i h inhr.seE:onrrdalmotMorrisLSu
bulleted nrCasuandfor. rd i t)ie day when the ladies'um ran the Domes orr taeir legs, grond:A Lee, L. Noel. H. Love-
nb lbdin Ca l th-Ilrd m'-, would beI. y The Meet .la aand thei,-1 h11 F. Somara R. Callendet. J. Tult i
d goal was not long In 'to-Ing their own atileti.. meetIn,!. J]i T uesda Irio p nlasverx c-vp the forwArds fill) j. Clarke, B. Jones, A. Codallo, Gu
ve de Labastide netting whillh mi--t probailv lfod ,,n to Tr--idd-0u-lncnd only three minutes Davilar. i *S p
l --a-X s l ~a a sl~Ao,^ S I.13d- onl thre inte Dv.r
9. ,inrmll-ir -ort r',e etin,,s of Inter- The Us.O. Club, W rightson 0 fast eno' l 'b .t'on 'lid ,3- -1 1
'prlv got a third goal. te--'lontlt noture. Road, will be the venue of an in- when Wardlpw, at "ntie forwpa"'Storeh,
tollmeyer kicked out- Fol'owlnig were the results:- ternatiloial table tennis tourney Nl'at Chen nech and er0,, asi heU
(,^. o,.:!^ h^ =? ,S^^ ^. .^1 .0
s up as h rohe receve.i 220 iAR:P ArlPT PIC ( is rot. H nrford; 2 R. Worrell: 3 R. r- Auiut 22, nd August 29, withf:'r coru"r ofthe net. SHELTON S T ROTE T T.
down Shamrock nru. U. Army. U.S. Navy, Fleet Airl ',x Ptnett w s pa in t oit-
Vh~ill 't Til '. N4T RACE. (.ifiorol: I I''wyt uft.V.~ lro'i TrDIT~T ~ =I.-
tight back, and gained P T.Arm, M.S.: Benbow and Hurr-- sta.in0 r in PTitsEhMiIUnd -n vd
chances, but centre. P. rrin: 2 H. 11enlv;: 3 Ravmond, canes battling for honours. -tp tnin lw tnit thr, n 1v.
THROWIN TRV, NTkTt^f, .),,1 : canes battlln e or honurs,- ih.(arT,;^h^'ou-b. THERMIQUE CaSh If You Hove It--
ira spoilt them all. tIR Worrell:2 J Tord: 3 U.4 Dartv. All teams will peet in a chain- -,hi o.10 d hlv aot. least earned
one at pofint-i..ank THitO'VINC, 'ens-Ns-TFI1AI.I l r'plonship series to be played offIi' in -n ~p' i ie te ~wri rdtI o otI
I T.. i~ifteph: 2 1) Alshon : RM.^ |ope ., ni q, -np Iittoltefr s
k ;euked straight^ i.).1 goal- Dilly F AT^ RACK''',^1 tittnirs V.ps Metliod i r^^"YuW nt It.
kickedistraight i. goal- T Y. oeph: 2 l Rao: t. Ia....two nights, and with many a e 1, Town, le, t %e \,Id 'snF i ntA d Credit If You Wa
de Vereuil, who for this 100 tDO. FLAT RACS J Worrell V. players on the line-uap of the flni','t, v n i, w
a.d Warren between o To. FLAT R*,CF. i 8itnit or.: M. various teams, should prove t rtins ".1tndit ].'n 'awlt \'l |r' il | 1
Pafrri,; H lnmi,,.; cr. figro outst.'nding table tennis event of O-.on fe.f .r jen 9a'a .ino I 1
was eventually injured THRiE.-T,.KeGFI RACK. Opvnl: 'i V he month. '-on frul-q R ar-irlr rj 1 V "lll lll||(
H o r arord P nd M D yt ; 2 H 01thle y| m o nth.e i f e it1"a a i l "l
ld nd Armtrong; 3 R rn rdam wl be plead in the rh
goal was the result R worreit. port auditorium of thle U.S.O. and *rte ''*r-t"idr, thid-i"o" n-
i Malcolm McClean WH KIw. ARROW RACY nOe n). 1i R.. will start at 730 p.m. TA'ardlaw riIhhlf. dr"' ..'hn fr'- ---- A IT,r I r-lN
iK and scored with a I, rr n, Arron .nd r Arrangements are in the hands t'o Pt tl,'-" rammnd home. t 'PHIIONE 7740 I I
SAbboit 0.I Of Mr. Bud Watts, director of Pr",h' w- p tl'r. to ",ot i nuti'p7
'Keor* half-time Casua INVi',T'TON Rt.LAT RcAy I Uivern:; roup games, U.S.O., and Mr. E. "'-^ ,o-',i we-," 5'nrdlaw and FOR APPOINTMENTS &. t E
&o penalty, but J'eff- 2 Dfiane; a Orphhnase. L. Moses of Hurricanes. The fol- Wilkes for the visitors, O APiM TM|
placed the ball over OBSTACLE RACE: I R. Worrll: 11 lowing is the offliclal schedule of
Rrowne: 3 M. Parria..__________-_ON__
INVITATION 5 D.1t ri.RACR: I D. Wil'!THE me$I--
orwards were on the l"amrSATln; i T.AClID. Chrlitophr l"1.Fleet Air Arm v. US. Army ,lllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllil'l THE UNDINE ON
^ had fw nxi -ous OONNOLATIOHRAC I ft auir nd 3Hrrcna 'eet ArArm OR S E SALON ; THURSDtAY. *1st
this, and the Me-a Deiflare,: 3 D. 301ona# i.ef.n,-I. I 2. HI.M.S. Benbow v. U.S. Nav: F0 SALON THURSDAY. 31st
ho.re the interval. MENu' RAC ,Ov.r 5o y.:1 0 Ba1rd. 4. U.8. Army v. H.M.8. Benbow AUGUST, 1944
e back on th field --- 5. U.S. Navy i v'. Hurricanes Air No. 9, La Seiva Avenue, 41 NEW STREET AT -
and gave Casuals a 6. H.M.S. Benbow v. Fleet Air I A
once de V.'teull W restli Bout .Ar US. Armyv. U.S. Navy ior a 3 ScS.B h Street
t afeom Ernie Murlay, T l 8. Hurricanes v. H.M.S. Benbow Fully furnished anu At IP.M.
id applause for stop- A Fleet Air Arm v. U.S. Navy overlooking Golf Course ,err B Instructions receded ro
from Abraham, 10. U.S. Army v. Hurricanes. Now der-Mrm By Instructions received from
yards out. O n A U s The following players will par- l Mr. M J. Kirpalani to sell by Pub-
Swent up field and ticipate in the tourney:-- apply Cream Deodorant lic Auction the following -
tollmeyer centre, George Dabrymple, t6p-rnklng p .'.ton, ^rmy:-L, Robertson (capt..): Sly 6 Cubic Ft. 0. Refrigerator,
tWa, there to o d w r, w i blanao. tonis, Levy, McClusky, UTCHINSON9 R.C.A. Radio and Radlo-'Phone
s prodteed o o iddlewe t wrestler wil be coln Deemer. Stops Perspiration wt Automatc Chner4ft6
re-shuffled ahltmrockIng to grip ith Isaac QuAmina, U.S. Irevy:--H. Obermann rcapt.). 25 ChaSen 5trsetS oi Ao nger.s4ft.6 S
frr a goal. scissors king, in the spotlight A. J,Pay, A. J.' aJor, C. R, R'PHONES 57235orIMe4eds,,4ft.,Simm one Bed, ot 6
fovia refereed, wrestling bout to be staged by the Palms, D. B. Bruant.l, Spring Filled Mattresses. 4ft,
Were thBteams: B.O.. weightlifting club at the Fleet Air Arm:- Liett. 0. Lips- mPring Filled Mattress Jft
w de Verteuil; K Princes Building on Wednesday. combe (capt.): Russell Jones,__________ _1_I Springs. Fibre Mattress, Simmons
'rach; R. Tretral, R AutfSt Chamberlain. Wilkes, Farendon. e------ -i KW Room Imkortesp iite,
Waller; J. Stollmeyer In another bout on the same Reserve; Johnson. Morri Rsuite, Wicker prin t iledl
de Silva, D. dte la card, Carlton Bonas will be up H.M.8. Benbow;-L.8,B. A. Rock- I- Suite Wardrobes wDthsand without
ftollmeyer. against Llewlyn John. ett (capt.); Lieut. G. Fletcher, SMirrors. Dres win Tablea withMir
FO'P. Scott: F. Men- Joseph Vincent, Belmont's L.S.B.A. J. Blackwell. A. B. Jef- T oe no r t a dresor las hinese Cabinet, Bed-
W .e; Montes de mighty midget, scaling around 107, freys. A. B. Bettis. Reserve: A. Doe not o re.m room Cabinett, Chinese Tables,
y M. McLean; V. will fight Winston 1Blackhead) B. Woaden, I.Cat. Usa is. rhartis Does Ot rnotatc skin. Chinese Tables, Side Tables, Cana- I
Murray, J Adamira Beroard In en exhibition boxing Hurricanes:-ME L Moses (capt.); M ; J.N o t. aNo w .tin to dry.l. (n be p dian Chairs, Leatherette Chairs .
a and M. Wells. bout, while in) another display J. de Frank Reid. W. Hackshaw, H. Nearly everyone who lives In th- fight att sl ihavig. Card Table. Hand-made Camel -
n M. WSouza, flyweight, will come up Stecher, 8. Falte. Reserves : F. F ropIe s muffers e from liver trouble whi,,h 3. Uafelv stopo per.piration fot 1 Hair ugs,. Electric Irons, Electric
against Caorlie. another midget. t I U oman and B. Ofner. costnco to 3 dys. Prevents odour. Tcasters, Electric Reading Lnmps, (
Other star ItPn on the varied layer are asked to check in S atheAdAche. iesbliousnsi 4. Apurehi, gracltin. 3 Burner Oil Stove with OvungL Cutm-
eogherstammer hiltflm ethe v arledl iate No. s not later than 7.15 loan of energy. If the whites of y)our 4. A pure. whie, greasnies, rtian 3 Busrner Oil Stove with Ovn, Cuti-
N t ll programme, which will fame with e No ot later tan ,es ar.e.vellowls.h that .artatin .n le vnin an. lery Spoon, Knives and Porks,. -
N 1i excitement, will be acro:atits. P-.m. that y'our Lver is tired and hasy. An a. Awarded Approva l Seal of a Porcelain Ware. Glass Ware, Porce-
musIn Ct y cle ,control, body bautlul d.. American 4n has recently d. International lnstmiuueo(l..un. lain Tea Set. Enamel Bread-Pan.,
muschlecontrl ,bedy' bajutiflaning covered I lIer tonic called HisSton deruns-harmlei stoiabrt.Ute Clocks, China Vasea, Aluminum
^ eds In City plays, and the hair-raising Wilson I.eague Entries that restorea healthy aet-on to lyour. bArrid Cgularoy. Pots an Pa s.rass Ash Trays
...;*n. 'chisel" Headley's glass balancing lip r In Juxt a few days aontht you f**o i Brd taguhrly. 1 pots and Pens. amras F A lh Trays
lltmrnoon sun shone on feat ruling acid instead of water In To Close On Tuesday welt, strong and rid of your liver trou- Bras Bell, Brass Vases, Folding
aWl pretty Wtedding Ot th a ? i. t aton from your chemit Ironing Board. Mosquito Net, Por-
-A rea Parris, netball E ntries for the Wilson League todoyunderuranteethtl t o ate ttbeoMoneyBox, n.dnk
g ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday morning football compett- 'our lve trouble or money back. Curtains ey.. Kitchen Safe, Step
ofSt: o 1 CtottMtS1i, arltosenn STeore+ 1"O. t w, oe o .y.rrendd t ,nt, I L E S Ladder, Enamel Ware, Pictures.
BEwtet: Joseph Kinds, Carltlonl Score 1-0 Clubs are reminded that entries And other itms woul appear
g ph Hinds and tilli and registration must be made by U A d48a fSa' n tle ppe
of Prancw Town, Win Over .Yn0 on w tce-t day. ot Iem w apr
Church, Newtown, onWi n v e' o he oi ition will start next *A A H. M. QUERINO.
W i. 10. Sunday Guardian Correspond .4t Sunday.IAtitneer
W4 aiven away by her e lRlAN F -.kNA lDO--A ngust 19 .i A I l- J l A ueonesr
-fthe ceremony which A F, : winv-half for
?.rient Crawordo Central Board Of Drive You fCrazyi WE-KNOW-YO-LL -REM-MBER--
Iand at which Rev. ,rO, netted with a Lullet on his
d T^ < o e Health ^ L^^WE KNOW YOU'LL IREMEMIER
w. A re ctca o f theMa own side early In their engagementH athatlticigledgInealo
with Carlton to give es Carltonaone-oiltyour etrvlesa crlalty wita
.to. a white embowed oni-nil victory over his team whe,- your morro, 4a4 drive Bo cray witu
hateklaee wlth acceMSo-I thy clashed in a '.A.r.A. first pain Chinesrid, the rfeat dlisovery,
atoe the pmai In 15 minutes ao you faa .
L .and cw.ei.yg lerguer at Stlmner Pork on Thurs' NOTICE w .a ride wornd. e .Sov te in co- r
I lfaUet of tube roMEBt day afternoon. -fort. It also quickly aids nature to re-
e d other fowers M d eeanve o r the sore tender part s and shrlnka C
i and other f alowrs Mr.fild edxage ountd C. r t., the swollen tumoA ald restores anoral
Sel naned a charming haing* alighth edge butC. 0. wl ehefunetdons of the rortutim aclt Chlndrei
P.nSse walked un the were presented with much more fratnats f orr dthg Oeti tr I Toda r t a[ under agvee- C
ed by her father. goalseoring opport'anitPea These Examinations o mr the 1oer titucates mos tho t nre m us a lS4)di o rn~r^ .
Ii'4ed by four brides- they either wasted b., Inaccurate of theITRoYal Sab', INStituefr peego moe ac...n. ..i
Swhsm were hec: aS.. o s'oot~n or by buneling. OP S:ANIAY ibi INSPECTOT S

OP MEAT OT^s ^^HERFODS lfli FOOT -mr" ri 'fl i^
(ci ehef i and Barbara, Mr. A. Durity carried the whistle ( TRPICAL HYG1iIEN and (d) 151 u
Vida Horford, eou- while Mr. W, n'leyvne and E r. RT. HEruI.mt v Isrros & SCHOOL fW
W beastinan fellto MHr. is:.a-e ran the lin--' NURSE will be held at Briti ffshl1 Wa r s
w ere recipients of a CAPTON: -- F. Thor'son: D. to saturday 4th November-, 1344.uuw
vr.'!ed assortment 9i~ f'hwsnC.resn .RawC~ itnlgcniae hudci-asn u
usI leful gifts. inrludlflg 'Thm.so C saes:~n O. Douglls:, ni ae I t hefr in t ention to sh~it eom- ]] ]'EL[ I cA'
bore testimony to -- ne eo s: 7. ogl metet erit ton oet y
'y.Mr. Hin~ds Is well T., ryan. A. r'tsotlewelt, A. at. Cc th. lle minaBtio_ t~m o the ~
-~its fans as goal keeper Aear ani W, Cia "he. t .-etor of eicel Serselosa Hart NFOT
1otbl Club, f". O,---O. RaiMttj:t E. =enni 3. IStreet. Port-of 8paiU, onl or before1 3_ Itm.! be'
Al"5l5 thecaptIn of the 11hw 1: C. )ravto-, H. Biltnuin C.- t irAugu 3446. Si iir tugt o-aboften athe 4isa a .
@50 tbride at the real-,'. _rrs-, L. LMcoek and I NORMAN MACLENNAN, I- -- ito s . r*" ith
b d 'sparenfa the Paetsi. Director of M edical ServiceS. n to P inoti_ : "I v a

we- --i I'4 s' -, -,
&~ ~'Will Rac A g U i Nu T -DarntnUriw.rmrmr .nelne o i]Ah Sitpos ms

rl"WIL11 x" aaguc naffllton arwo twe, Ban r. -- nmrf- n -- i- --w I-T-to *. The swnif qua*s in &moth A~rwmt4L
ii;;. ~ ee 6bados cycle chamwpion whxon Ron Ithe It a* om Of ioNir wea sr!1 a boi
"T For Week open ,.* ileevent.but was o -e Iofta ** he W m. working at top spew
matchs lise badly injured in the 3-mkls on tMe dkiep, < si5on.5a, a Doo ore. S. tPo- elm"the war boon. B u ot t o this
Salw i n e wt s,1s n Amer~ icat JuM av Poeelso Is sMWs a.thepe It win Bel
atkNhes are Isted f br 'day o n the Britah Quianf rodaulk, ym to1a". me t t rfl i WS o ems- amr"ls t o h i he lI Lt. wi
e.rague Comati.- Olympiad at th- Thomas Oval. ar-OI reta u o, wyi sost61dotwene winwhere
7tNeyCres: .R~.urivdby pa~n es on Fr~j, siday aftr- ow t*- a t ,,,t'SMisaPesi b a "uIM he ohio*toferyu5fgOin mee
non.pw-.lps6 eve Withs-r wmftu. Iab*18-w om-di Jost;.s answ as th ra o a n I
Win. 0 to O rar you wsew out a 0S t __ a
elard its Re- that he Was UnOe lOMus for 'Af M W 0 1an new, oea vow arg .a vwNgtahies, frot and 0 em ote roietall
__ 1^ "--. --., _
ait. e afetheasei nd id__ j'retyVegoq aL IWIn gre ar IA thnpe
g??'1tw < Mr.am &su uSsei. w t i~o l AWT >^ yad %.S noj11ibto eksw 04ff ', yaw 11rbasaaseor- ^ Iw At
a t r wt--kb O AA SWIFT D* LA ll
M r.on",m tr ew ofyi intends to ntinsse enrtht Notlso 'tat-itI% duc ot 5, ;I lwns ro
that n v'looij at ates I I $ WON A
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AVAILABLE it means that your deal Is
OUt of stock-tex'perarily, because of the Wt,' f
You mav be assured that we are doing all
that is possible to reolenish his stock as
well as the stocks of all dealers. Will you
vleasje ke.n this in mind? If ...... *n --n

n---- i-nc ...... ... inui-u< j you VUU gn
ur Pro-phy.lac-tic Tooth Brush idry-. j
Du might get it tomorrow.
When you need a tooth brush-As fot

-they are really worth waiting for. /


Rubber i, a munition of rar as wrsl ,is dontetlo
necesty. For air forces and nmechanimed armies it ia e essential as oil.
But no less than 90 per cent. of the world's natural rubber is grown in
cou3trieC now in Japanese hands. Therefore the nations at war have
to use rubber with the greatest economy and old rubber f a Iv P i
sstenraticall uas old iron. The chemical industry is helinglo oonserv
rubber. The Brittih reetaich chemitt has discovered and developed manly
of ihc dicrtaIl' used in the rubber ind-stry, including substances which
enable both natural and svnthetic rubber to he reclaimed more quickly
than hitherto. Sy nthetic rubbers of ftriou$ kinds, made from comoas' .
raw materials like coal and oil. ire icing developed on a large Ktle.
Resesrh is making it possible for ch-mical works r produce a ran
of synthetic rubbers suited for many uses-usg which ire not restrict
to the needs of war. Rubber, the munition, has stimulated this reuelr
but rubber, the peacetime neceiuty, will reap the
benefit. The future of rubber is likely to he in the
laborator) and lacor) asi mub iAs on the plantation. I

Chemistry in the Servicre of AMan ,


-THE ,
San Fernando
Principal: S. E. I. Goliab, ']i11.

r.R.S. A., F.R.BconS. CT. C.D ipFF.C... S., .CA..A
F.S.D... Tb D., A.I.L,
liploma of the Inatitut St4nographlquie do Ira I (Vlti": i
erttifr.te of Proficiency in Spanish (Petham's langua llt01
ertifled Linguist of the Institute of linguists, Egland; .
[ember of the British Institute of PhUioiM fey London; .
ubecriber of the Consolidated World RMeserch iaietty U ,&t.
London; .
Sometime Ext. Student of U.CC, CambridgeOlt" I
onometime Lecturer In Geography and BegIMitst Iat
Intermediate Seminar. Georgetown. 0.; i L s
ametuim Student of Medicine in B".:U oulaTI1- 1 : r
MeUtimro Student of Law im Britistah Ouslaa t yes s ulatrS
Chambers. and A y,':.rs under ArtMeles of ofr );
smettme Correpondence Clerk and Tranmslatr of* e,
jPortuuese at Ian oil refinalrg company, Trinidad: .
ow (180.144) Prineial onf the abblVe-namd Inttitute 3lsj
Commercial. Secondary, Privat4l, with the folewing
OV ZR I1100 P A 8 8 t- 9
t Cambridge, Commercial, Matrtic u'tlon, and Degrem examii .
In Enilish, Latin, French. Boanlih, Mathumatli s, ngllgh
Geograph, Shorthand. Book -kent'I. andl
.(wholly trained bv ui .: ,t
ar tv ,IfrTrer bw its): a .4
besides theq thre are. very many fm ur owt sW,
ho had no examination asnirttinor,. hot 1a to
the various workshops oilflelds, factorhlea,-depc
luatrlal organisatloatm; and a few who bar b em i B
1of whom have commtn'ted! tod t*to
eparatlon they received fdon0 6
Lecture-Te!chi RiW b *^
Our dally lectures a discus ilm004 I-
iish and Englixh HIstary-ar
depa rtments of the scbsel lokk
vidlity too great to be easure"Wdf tbs
Spraaftmw thth eoo ne
snlS-=by takbV~ *A ONc^^esi

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L will*~ 111a M.P. Kati" APhone msrIN AuIxre INXanpro1pttarteito., lemons" ArAR]r MA dominated. Alll III' KAIMiINGH.
we AIA o rprois, ive nt heIsan o t.pi., IA of +'04.. Persos ha3 ig.ny ong.aApor demans dear moher, Chrotattdis (it"[DoI, 0.11.frua
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