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Trinidad guardian

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00744

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LGARIA' ASKSALLIES FOR PEACE

"tish Set Up New Bridgeheads Across i




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SHours '!InSiessarabia ts DMountain Passes Dirmd


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riva 3hv .' Ga PRomanians Control, l.wr) NaziT roops




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K Hobrs ;o Sn Bessloaraa ? t Mountain Passes Disarmed


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roired a rossa the fr.na the east. had broken lito the ping tiheentire Nailrml es in i-the .,1 ,*4. i'lt ll 't l.4'""" l l.* '4 i tt* ll I ll -d I f tA l
tal River barrler ak.lr Rhone Valley and were fgsiht g ritlkai.,. have !.ilie1 or .slp nr,111t 511. ,111 I, ,,,, t tcW M r 3,I {hS 1. 4 1;, 1 t1w rsth t.* t
g.ftast toiay. herding near Monehimar, nearly 50 miles ii."-v i.t) C,<: 1o 1 1 l4 l1d Ho- -1 '* A ,'- "lliti tl' t0 of!' 1.0NN*" Al '11lt s ,I in I I4'1 1
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H e a d a c h e ~~Marseille where "C "IIrmna damni~g( vi he1 L4,'o alisteli a amd a b'o~lie'l', (allght II, 1 tie lieiwerfuil els t (ls A'll llls"'hi!. | l~l '~l | i '., All 11-4t i1111(1l Ii;t e wllll 5'It 4! 1 4 hi P ll11 .iS |}ll TIte r o R6piae qr mdS~Im s ~
h s wrm l been exte nsite a yli a h eo t i on.st hlrelt, Were d ll d hle ben i llve g a pst- I 1 Alhand Or h I^lA a ll ider ('irl Pd h ti*el i Pt i thrilhli ill "(111 0111 11 ll tliiio Al i (illV l'1ti-f'lIi
"y w t drep dlks and porthe nslla ion." colim, alto ill he paty at the e rrowly eeped s ar fa ar |lllI( Oml li ll ,svh141 1 |r-In theoeo w i I.h lh th at 200r whelt St u16 UP
r t -t ile n I lep'otatsit, hi l^k ll^l II Idle d triroi m lu dttIope .iArirla "
W force -th rew its ,,I'llV 'tPioof ee ttaaldtereL ar nis lit le foi O I vhiTiI l liO. n, ti l~l" hll dll el~ l li tiIl e, !lol rrlhlf- 'tfal9 pr
I'D adthe A ercasare drvig orh.Gaolati 50 ml'dr, les s ~outh east. Hillth t, hl, llliilif i.,~, ht' tle l 't li'j tlha ld 0111)(11111i Nlne 10il iI 41', ml~l!oO 1n100 ft, ri etoll
,.-s orelof the greatest I tf111i'h1'"l h4 .hod i(if '*ulnd h l e En voy hh.,.uu 9nmlbetilpp 01dfr11ihe alflkleV'I
sinc e -Day" o, rd.apfner ste fP acif Aic,,n to nig t e 8tti e R sI a n,q le s~gne 11114rjT~l t vl eri, Arle,,,,nd ,.surtslr,,theaea,,e- , l rli o t,,i~ l fll, 1,0A,.,iy Prt ilt, d








y stDepartment; Joain emiteenlS endure 12, path for hotrate amid aIcS i'Ptl e M11in1tte itilie.Ie' hut 11p
Montpa, nableewera lompacific L P1)10.-lt 30i~
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~An Il Bri studn t of p s t. Rg osea hal, S)lr Id atm retstiesoi de N w Cm wllS~il 41511 ltllgwt ~~tlIt Il~I g~sjg il







pl a wem. lasaesW.TcoluRennse Leglendtle. 22, former aptae.nml- llledyed al largeA r11,'lentlon b1tC li- t ll t WA toillA( I t 10A I
afte th fist mercan brek- 1),1elA 1 1111tt14e m illt Iive 10 wllIf 01 t0lep of 0W rtyiee tkler nu A sml








iklah bd ggage masten'd ployee of (Repul il P'tu rer aler (, r ertr wtlvl *,('lillll a 50't I1011 11'i thi lilllB 'if we.f g wih* a once 'I. -{t- it
baig marc t ter'sre Norman a th ai nl d ro nuthlllll rl tmi4w. I, 11*11 M Ill tilp IfBMB tar M i lt t to 1 J1 lG1"e n
tpa n ohead-dhrefeOfVMrs, May Lgeendre ..apenlla n lad mo er n hllrl.'n
thewilestin The Acifi c oFlee uom uniqupeapryedet aeof pRepublic picture(, wl tall therefore.1 fo tietthat etllflayI fon e wht lii e ery ayS s-elttl






ad adarme g,.eeteo it WASHINGTON. Ag i6 SAP) o f Srataria. bechIldel. ar de hhh IwC ity4 hal f r hIpild)1
Renm ie. st tilni on the l ahainiialts su.itedlli d eproor Itwfelno 0111fl Atlo
day said 47 tons of0 bomba were n's I5 1 t Wlt A II4 Ocupied,"d
u and rifle shots dropped on Iwo and Jima In the when he p a w the girls in darner, ruth,,, i Cmn it( Wt. t*.l lt he tailk ab111111 t p Alsrie, th A t'e out of th0 e q iNlll"Ti
overture to thea VAld ano Is *nds by Liberators of died a hero's death in a aiOs buit RIoad. IIe m tilfAi' dllvll from th.a. .pin ine.. cl. ,yonLi'" Ges
in r el as t ree 0 iny filters fron the angry billows lulln- l nhll s1rvl m t b ept goin and a
rule, three arof a10 sinte rcp ngt h eraI ineem -emnta h rlro jt(!vio lflte-lnbr the l oh -M art al a honful amid kiA'5111141115fti
Uhleztilhe eoftiegrly morninge'snw r fightersOothl11F1111 r hotilf li %-fllol 01i1lpedthe 'l In til vMt r.Gwie.O il
Ofmtrvhead clebstn h heSvnhAmyArFreand oouragousattempt t wrest hi t f r t a ,eatl1 iimr iota can t te f at tgwhuyflm







w e stroyedwand Ine Iathetic hyof I n t helA Co m tesulitaeofe.I land.hI
is sootng aa o- amagd. det, issEdna C ater cosin VP1. ,',
.111oot| ttile onshr.toathat the ,,ee.. (..l t,, ,,,,1 IS.
dhlections and Ihle. nd. i' the who with MIs Sybll Gov'la. II neair futuretis al1 lrea wil Ib nqu om m
ca enon t ty adr is, n meMaranas was saved'... road fo ar n Jt"I"
ao anodading. om u -R.ota. .. sister fe victi1 ,msn, wa ,e w Ih all I im oi moden
*as within igel'-rlttaCked aned other in dla bom bed.m told the "Sunday I oulrdian"INNI stwlt as Oisctr6.ity Th i "Ehmfiday rlatd afl" _*i rotrn&MAndal thIs Is baAelte1 e'lm e
I ;L 'them wi th n mtosredruhI ouo I ,r Moffatt M i t .1. ., 1 ,41lwlt t ioain om 01.11 ,o1.1afurd l ml lm lit.l







laftn the normal A lone bomber hit az'Flacik On tie.i _l s'. ,.lot-t rnayoflTrinidau
LoYap land in the western Caro- herself weri t ,attlnq- wa"st deep *C' 5O*tv by., .4ol aid set'5.er.Wi .MW lnr ,
TOPG ,CL ll Itn ws and nounced that Frc h t rleevfr h O plifrl e J14,1' ld DyI1% I'lo






toCelebition l nesand capurews thtackedby when te suddenly felt ithe and ntaae Wltil lad dIwn i t I)IwI andTobago
__ Darigues and Mlbousuet B y D ie H ero ,,_De th In V aill8111i It '%'. P11,0l4ilidh InMI'lfip A1-oa imir ifilli







dibails to Pagis build- Venturs search 'ptnet... move frogi under their feet. ,oted that avraniemenls are PothltsSl 14 h~i i5la- 15 OUe emti I1
~.6. area where the Batrrac l yr a n td e Nipiace .Vlentsl Joan was seen to be in dIfireulty 1' Int l med to hlmA llMrir lM fill$ill 'I'llo- O bee. ass of m i dlil ll& p l i
ru~ this ornin bm ed byiMaintie Corvalr b teas re d o utfr hep 1s1oia lglbet mrs h ae in *I -5illtmi mld oiq' Wo wv







,Ai e women werete i t ce.... etndellvoringm to res ue the two such reu dt4Wto Jl ,t ati ,t P m--
thieed in .- C.---to sittsiers. alo, went ader. R aling ,. .m Maira and 1 An lld I
N6 IDA i GeineralSPteiSch's bendqa I &I- a inoltr 1 ]that ahe could do ,nothing. Mr4.111- Of-Wi kl ut....i .


... 4 a ..IM a swam tU ,hoaeto g t't hep. to b I AW E
seat before A In Iunglinig Attack ck MenwhleMito Csre toMg. r t MeIL. NNIE LKORNIM FSFIIC We She p of do 1, iahu wi -wi l' better %tie s
VS C oltita German CHUNGKING. Aug. 26 API-I nito dilmcult, I Llunl ST? eaten W *01 V" ha. to bWku 0 It >hi J d $
~0 othe P iti G1ritaon. Enemy posatio ns In the O mu shw#C- ReIinnie. wlw was si tting o n shore. 4' .. .. I B T o w n s A" " -- "tt -,
be.1 ai- ad lrthen the ed and takfn bS the Cinese onn ip, Jumped Imo the wsrer with BW. i. SeirwanysgO di.n" t ht w_ warnwUP eMID 511ev are awe o leae betwe therw rapnbe
5011).^tmaer Thurday.O UCh a view to reu.ng 1m, He. o Airways Lo Au .. i th s.
-ttroops w ent under, apparent tly pul led y byth e fht-et dt a li f oetf d i $ -U t
^,ee -trfSkrliltll south/en.Resume e t ^ ^s 1 1
In I l i of the"city. k istubborn lly the an under c.reint, Resum e lgSeri ce rench monies off theiltAIneiork5 h s33f ad. W Oid fm them -lt7
s1tith e'- .pane for more tIan to daya. M r. lo reentually mrrahedm Bl *,h we Bin AA ss, Eofl I0 I I lli a Th. ", 0 lve 1 *s amu l wn t a k 7ier ai wlll p "u Wit. 0%
rr i r ader. ..---- n-artw t do something to rwac g ies to G"r=" ATTrU= IN ITALY her With lights to Barba" To- IF, FeI ha towso--1 were dri w--,__.____.___
ILa""boio heSjMy adjut a b Plh ~towns a" were drfti-i -..--
d 0 Frie fby ROM T. A I. 26 seut ri Mr C. Julitabout that time t man who iig t .,h I OtIdi W l lg .th Gris o a tb w { t hi l
5 ch t o ity n. Attlee. th D eputy Pritte M m11 w- as n top of a etrvon ut tree came oaff 'ta i in f orm ed VInsIM tlheo S v Btsit e asaoutaof "Wp5W AS
jf tb. c iteered A An of^1 a^.of that ^th sts of tvaae1 V" the 38___
A Isit it 1 r.d "Wem d hIlf ut e water. Dm11. of th sis ,, panvnAunted ra CA W"i d i n' M ailul jg .. ..
kta -"ol"INITT101 l -goIai Fo*y rftometa U11- A boat Also arrived< Oa the eo Itw Wl" feare Usat. t &A ofS Tthe am wwl M OrMA*W66SWS j-,, _.- 90111011114111 mid^^ A*anSU
T ST ATIO d s0tx or P o Affa Was Charj was rewd ard three | to rrrtr f o AI is Chrort wal r u an ire 'n to rH bet fe _
IM i ii f o r A 0 f t p l 'e n d In t h e O m ot C a n a d a a n j M o d l ay s i g ll l I N )J IM. to w aha v ebae Y -
. . .. W ..N W a w e up ia0 I ra... .ug.
t wha w" ~-ca m iboT"Ieui.the ubi- u of thO two sisters and "ons until i a t$ a the week. 1 n m nI
i t tSi f ti ran.seIAu' the bsro e were latpr found. put I M s U #I owa. "sme = i -,
12t t l~.-5le then W sitt. *drus tnd 0g to MAVI)OMAu g M La ANNineIM a i ffi SS i i ii
U feiw OresitgiK to sre ,,,,f r l,* w l,,0 A_,av ,eg (A1ortoa '.o
:-Sii UtorN; '-i si ,U Y "i w...
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SUNDAY GUARDIAN, AUOItGI XML


monment Plans Villages Malaria CotrolSuccess Seen
Dleosfig TO Natdotv A
Colony' s Sugar Workers V go Gdt Medical .Achivemen
______________ Wish 1i~r' bba* th" ip *______ to
Government has under consideration establishment of village settIe- Sand 1, H ine In spita O o handIcapa Immposed by war eoditM, the nucces of
V centre of employment in the suar belt, Mr. R. 0. WIllIams, thSed deeply with their prlnatt various malaria control projects in both Trinidad and Tobago during
Of 6111111111YU21111it inthe ugarbelt Mr.n. 0 Wiltams
a0 Agfriculture. revealed In reply to questions by Use "Sunday ArchMbhop of Westminster. the Past few yMears art among tht Colonys finest achievements a
who has returned from a visit preentitive medicine to date.
to Italy and Malta brought back
*sM bJshmeBt of thsae villafe. Mr. Willam stated, would be done tht mesage. He -,.Id the The reul s obtained. diadclosed In the 14N report on the co-
t slPofes o certain letter to the people Of operat'ive work carried on by the Trinidad Oovernment In conjunction
the asitac of certain gu5Sr mta Londn w the outcome of
-"--Mr. W llsiam disclosed, too, that what he told him about the fly- with the Rockefeller Foundation, are in themselves a triumph of Anglo.
rt oitIse A rrbable that thl year's rice I"gbombs.
Swill ethe biggest In Cth -. A'meatican co-operation and point th way to still further achieve-
& xTi Vihsteorv of the Colon.y, and the area ments in this particular field.
y r inted in cane is much Itsn t ~ri uh
IT oxcess of that wanted to the sas AThe report, which Incorporgte a -
o Ho Print d e thast plant. tFt tt r r summary of the work of the Mole- a -
d1 Ase ft yearn o h ria Division with the reports of the "4 lflil
old Pr L dal outl oo kopinir ic lth Lre 1o -e ,anriologit. the entomologist and City Su dies
r ik o TnrWlasi. Lieut To Wed th Botanist attached to the Divi.
xhibiiOn Trinidad, Mr. Williams apprei. I The sloU, f contains number of heart- $5 55 00
******v* *j v "Thia, d~ vifficlt quertion e Ichi^... ^ A.(no,< fact Illustratine the success a^Al~~ J
AL. GAM' a most difficult quertlon to answer'. of the Colony's campaign against Ue7"
ByALBI.TGOMEl Trinidad Isessefltlal* an!iricu theT e itCol$59s5509i000glu
Sw AB Trinidad m. usentlallr an am l- Aalaria. It discloses the absence smoe
o t t we l tov and the iaaw m t Of malIr'.r epidemics In every dis- ll flVP P lT
g the tact that we are without look to aqrlceulture for full and part Lleut. Patrick Alfred Reynolds .trict, of the Colony, although the Al hJh- a tV W
-a-artgallery in Trinidad. The time employment whether It be in bachelor, of the Ro:,..l Naval Air death toll, 602. was higher than In -Iv--
d*ct has been emphasized withth' produrtton of food for their Station. Plaro, is soon to wed Mlas 1942 when the returns showed 56? A 19-point programme of m
nunotonous epetitio during individual homes or for the export Audrey Jean Canning. spinster, of deaths as due to malaria. provemert works, estimated to cos
reent yarsl; yet no attempt h'as market Queen's Park West, according to aI Another major event marking 15550,000). forms principal recom
bn made to correct the anon- "SureAs dennds on the eo- notice posted In the city Regiat' the development of the ctvltes of mendation of the Sub-Commltte'
pTrrinldad Art toclethti ,f 1ton thof lo^nceroed;It de- yesut Svtedday, the Division was the launching of by the City Council appointed
ied, apparently, that ity Is noViecosn the iw'ro e of the product, Seventeen other weddings are to th Slide Diagnostic Service for on the recommendation of Coun-
a rlthanumving a uu nthe o ef production and poess- take place in and around the ctYtdetecting the presenc- anti type of cillor RanJit Kumar, to draw up A
'r wo5estor complain wshuxu rt wl n awere renessar, and, partl- shortly. parasites in the blood of people programme ftf improvement
so medy for o the cais e ar, on an adequate labolur Contracting par are : suspected of having malarls. The works for the city as the basis o0
il iome remedy or the cue s v These must all be co MMANUCL SMITH. bicheor. crptn- t n aolicaton or a ran fro
o y o ntendrholdeng in exhl,-ordinated within economic limits. Ifor, of If) Rose Hill. avennile. and service wax started towards the an application for a grant from
yn"The exlnencles of war. atrtlu- (WENDOLINE RAPTISTE. splater, %e..PI' d of l,,'ch. 19,3. and met with the Colonial Developmenit Fuwnd.
and. fof rthofrepurpoben rr. iTOhMAON bachelor. flaehermaro ,inmediate support from the medS- The comtrittee. led bv Aldermar
andfor otheprepontsePannave asest havetcaud during the last 2 T Duncan S street, A od RONEFICIA cal practtioners of the C1lonYias V. R. Vidal?. comrirlsed Aldermat
leid alsuhe pIsasdae rw ears atdiverston of labourI DOO. aploalet of the same address a whole. Much of the credit, for J. M. 'Ihorne, Councilor Ranji
eW^ S 01 D ^tnt sld NEFI. Bo%-ito-.
va ad in the I siand. Thea result from the production of saugar cocoa, AN CAEMIRO. hscheor, wire. the inauguratlon of tho scheme Kumar. Cootilllor F. M. Mitchel
S ad rnd interesting assort- and other crops to other war-time 'a of Perator,A('t CartBT s, a. andi ors to Dr. W. 0. Downs.nlate of ard Ca onal!bo .!Quin'tnt _O'Connor
Iu t that Should prove of ines- work of more Immediate umpor- 02Albert Town, orae own, r ti fthe Rockefeller Foundtation and Basenl won a list, of iproove-
| blle Value to art students, artCuaao o.. " --
*~al an nnluseut rtstudie.ts, articeAOlba tl'.o teret3.Br now of the United States Armny. nient, wor;i ssubmitted by Coil,,
Vers and connoisseurs alie. .Now that this work has largely eEL\VYN aFEKIAT., bachelor, me- eeral" p ing.the malaria ciilor Kumar. the co~nmltte'ps pro
"%Now that thrisu work er largely LhAne r dro 'esnm PH dGenerally s peaking. the r n grarmme sets out a number o
e been enjoying myself imr- ets'd. aartrultrel workers are MLh n ds, of 7 RtroAdwl I andenUY .4prOlett rangio fros improve
eely numasing through the IAlsioedooaeo ijicdm
^ai~iy um^Big~trogh c c;l*adv! *retrningto'*; the "; land T he Du *.*nce street d;nlrvt*?i^. 'has been lower in 194.3 projet rangIn7 front Improve-
rselyo'- r ,and .nrugin te already returning to the land. The Duncan Stre(t. th n in 1942. There has been no ientet to the city wner supply, t
crsgoh, tn indulgng rice c'rop this yesr will probably le BEN'TL V FRANCI, b chelor. trimmr. increase in malaria n an district h' ontcton of a ssld
afulles thne thrll of renewing the. iggesl t in the hlstor. ted InL URT pterr ldomon ndt' l Ainof examined with exception of Figh- promenade and garden alone the
1rtatlty only a shall per. n t of t he mi ., I res Ing Pond. where the spleen rate Wes ern Main Road at Cocorite.
ortunntely. only a small Per. nn nd ",ellr cs h oe l nte )n ... ... ..
haer of ,' xe oar s e veaI .[,MO FLANKLIN FT.INTON, htohenr. rose from 53.3 Per cent on Sep- Thrp. 81000000 ltenms pavlnj
t of th rint is post-card that planted to the same date last .I Ari, r NC0.OM osornter, o 3 temb- r 15 1941 t'70.6 p" cent on o n Maraval River. improveen
s o th -. there are several us.ArMy N C O.. o Fort rP.11,1. andlt m e s ] tto"o hrce t n' ' -
fln- dst r froduitlng that offep r 'e torai Square. Septemcet 17, 1943. men't of the water supply, ant
thI full and satisfying experience. Su GAR SUBSIDY gCEClof, TAYIOR. b.elor, bFitn In the Countv of St. David the the seweri:'g of tinsewt'-d area
V~ ohs"Portrait Yofa Oung moser. (If 57 tunton street, St. .t.....
VIaoghsa it of a Yre Answering the query regards GRACE JOSEPH. spinster, dres- report adds phenomenal results flnite in the progralnlne, whill
Man." "Landscape with Cyprea mwAntrwring the query av rewards maker of 145 Tragnrete Road have been achieved in the control other proje's contemplated in.
ea" and "Oaneflelds In Prov- what Is being done to develop any FELIX LEWIS hAchelor, gsrdoner. nt of malaria The Sanitarv Insoector elude widening and improvement
eloe" are represented by reproduc- particular field. I would remind 1t Calcutta Street. it. .imex, andi ZVNA o f e '
ta that have preserve the cha- you of the assistance being given RooEeN, pItnmier, ofh 4 Brunoni the (trlt r. Mane Ral. otns a cetai imllorroado. eonturnt
r0terltlo vigour and vividneas of ihe sugar industry by the Trinidad Street St James dorle excellent work and is be tiono 1 a un clpal. health centreP
U1t6rkl Vilgour and he vlalne&r at cv he s ugar industry by the hrteldp d FIT7. ERAI, Al'lrUTS SKF..T, htilhlv rnrcommended for his zeal and Introduction of a new method o
originals. Thel collection cver ovrnment, the guaranteed price rcheor. rI. r Nrpi,,il Firett. t effort The spleen rates of schools water purification, Improved light
..0 eito of ca esJor thr ee s C. nti DORIS MASON pinster,
tif range anrt is not retricteod of $I.50 per ton of canes for three mat,. sof 2 MtiteASON 'iinod-r In tls area reveal continuous ing of the city, reclamation of th
trf ady particular perisd or genre, years, and the contribution of selmstrss. of 12 Buihtr street, wCod...... .. tC"coritt Swamp and an improve
-i'ooes of fortultous blending $800,000 to meet Inierest and de- brook,. significant decline,. m scheme for the portion o th
I.ENNARPD A I)IPH('M SKN.NOR.anent scheme for the portion o! th
i reduced an exciting kaleidos- preciation. Last year a planting htT'elr, tt,,h.,ni,, of 4. I.odge PlAre. Ani In tIhe Port-of-Spain area, how- Cocorite area within the city.
of sharply differing foms and subrid:; of $40 per acre w- s granted BItNIC Ai ,'rHE.A KENN'KEY, iinsnter. ever, examination revealed that a No detailed pla"s, the repor
Bd, and the very best anl most by this Government, and this year poltthr of 3 fiarpe Place considerable number of persons, states, have been drawn uip. and
VellUt Ln irony and cnntrast. similar subsidy has been granted 1, VICTO L. Diw,.h*lpir. ,,n 442 all told, with A residential the figures set down are Intended
rnss Vanbner, of I itlsclett i,an. tetmlrt fnndl
Della Francesca, Paul Nash, Vatn he British Government. AN'iLTA FiATT spinmsler. domestl, qualification of fr-m one to six merely as an indication of thi
Cggh., Oalnsborough and Tit an '"Then there Is the scheme for distt,, nf RSelinnt V.nlv Road. months, had malaria during 1943. probable cost. It is suggested tha
a d together-or rather, recline, rrhhtilitntioi of tile cncna lndus;.-v, IGNATIUS "I'E[.T:LNVORD. hchelir. This finding was dilcussed with detailed plans and speciflcation
ClBeIt by jowl. 5u-hli has r 'eently been revised i rne hnh'.ati f 24 r oe Hill. and 5iEI'iA, Dr. R M-0-cano, the city M.O.H., be submitted when the Comp
R0K AY nmter, XPAMst'e"s. Of A-^
,dT exhibition has been fixed for consulatatlon with the Agricultural ,;lI,,t-r l.nOiT Riti Btielon? aand it Vag agreed that enquiry be troller for Development and Wel
turday, Setember 2, and I hate Society. Government has set aside MAtHARIRIE 'NUNR. SiNHI. bhaOri. instituted by his staff to deter- fare signifies his willikRnes.s ti
Sin onderlntg whether ,i, il nolt .uit, o $4.id0t.00(.o for this pariM Ior ,, R r of r iA Pe rnse t. fi t,1an.I mine, among other things confir- consider making a grant in re
u stortunate tc hold such a.. exil- cul.r wonIk. and applications for MtNiRA MAHAIIAi. sIinsie,. of ae sar nation of period of residence in pect of all or ally of the aug
b aMo t ai time when til e schoolss pnrti l'attrio it the scheme by n' P'TrR TIOMAt. hahilor. ino.remn town. excursions out of town and gested works.
ae In vacatlor'. On seined tloOthint. r'ndincers r ae nrw being sought by T F n ,1tr I; ('III.,,, sret, ?t limpe place and nature of work. a The committee drew attention
however, I am inClined to lhlnki publiil r ; 1cr'n;pei I. Ad( TitA.y niO.ANo 5,,n,.ter Irmrei, health visitor, the report suggests, to the inadequacy of the Cit:
that a public statement by lhe Di- fi the f(d prodiuc'lon line I ii.I 'i d ,. oronl, M,'* I me*,. ,',r "o0ld be the Ideal person to con- Engineer's technical staff and
rector tnof t Edtiucatin .il-m tlt'rr p t, reftr t o(the large areas otf Si '',, re duct these inqulrle., and if one strongly urged implementation o
-or t a n c e h avo fe n rnit eb ynri .11 1 1 A S K p i A 1
hpoolrance of all t ;e r AitIllt t I IT'I awhio h have been rinoed by' n, .it i pIA ,tl.Mt I: T.iOS.'EIov tcre available very' useful data thie decision of the Council t(
seoolchldrten f all r' il p vrrIll'evnt, the Rguaranrteed price sionter i i rki If di i STi.et, S -i1 wolild te acquired, fill the recent engineering post
d'seithe werednottfltre t llIsafforded hro'tt DAVIOttO1t.FtT' I The period unCer review also saw e for pror conliderstwion fol
in w ae ot1 t e ,,lune or c tr ollh r c o rmm o ndi e s, ndt heu"ffs,' I ftv.'r n ,v Th eor tProrconmiderlwt h t! o
,q'take, acilties afford th n, c I-r ,. r1, l-r 7ai t~iS~l'~,. d ll". hI iTtie conip~letion of the tieknitLilon of ap no\e metneso h
ltion of having, a trom itie thr v te Food Controller for foodstfls, MAInlt 1'eI NIA t'note'.,t' ,.. l"....r l"let malaria unit from the survey Dr River district.
Public Library nr the IoVal Vir- nriltidin fish ,tor! iiTrk ,F, .Il ,n gr te ilve disrit
trsnsitador e evilenl ito relerk. orIf tWIIIfL noIt ialri uitiroetethrey iooeetneso h
toria Institute devoted perntanro ently "oT, "he local rie Indstrv has been .tbn AMTKI. OtA.iVER hIh,.i ro, mhn'oc t'.P of work to otier problems, DLsagreeing with ,the eatime
and xclulel., to art reproductions considerably expanded both in ea "1 s1 t AnAt' Ront loid nRI,4 "T'rtT ,both practical and investigational. o wigci the committee's recom
t olour, then we must make thii. e ldby schema e o iconarolled 3 pnoAter. sesmie"." I' 17 Alfr.d Risin A Malaria Division of the Govern- mendaions have been based
Soropthenwes t th iu til ia on. y The scheme will also IN SAX FE,. A me. 'm t was formed and fun e Councillor Ranjit Kumar has sub
A Oociety row affors su as. ple hrIgt of. The ahnd ebwing u lsefor IN SAN FERNANDtOCu
__t_____now __ffords uPs permit of the Imd being ued for "PAUL AM*ARAJ, aetl l.or, propre- during 1943 with Dr. H. P. s. Oil- ntted a minority report limtm
t1-f market garden cosin the r'fr.of nsmbeo village.. ia cis ALmN. s15 u the offier' a minority report lmiting
s y" "-c- market garden crops In the dry oof, Rfausi utiSo. o a oVLaN.e let hr the medicalocerin the total cost to $3,000.000 and
'L .T seaon" w r*o. ioBlr(uM.B abfVll|charge. urging a revision nf thle Cit:
StceRecitaiDraws ol,^ argcH^pf^~k^ i o^ f%"
S R ea i al aws en tFquirinto*.htIsht dn KEhLVIN PAUL. hrhetot.Woidler, of The work of th# Division forms urging a r'vsrione. fea i tI
B1i8l antd What~u is heln done Ro Ba. nd CY14THIA MeARTIN, En o? e
with rtgacd to the Agrictilturhl aptnoEr. domestic duties, of St. John s part of the malaria work conducted tie s watrosl to l i po the
Jc by u. T-w r ia Policy, ommittles report brought via . i nt the Colony by Government offi- water upply, Councilor Kumaeti
WL a L U Y Y U All 1.4ity fr oi0 the Directror: tRAGRIR iAe;r.tPRNA1TTH hn he hlor riAls. In fact. malatia control hasg- tate s u'' lt ,w ou ld b a s urd f
eld rk of T t1, I A '. d Et 'A. ltt' lon2 been o01e of the chief objee- s t oteis' C ou l to as ur d fo
gsiit IKAN oirofUnionViAe arathis Council to ask Governmen
par nwlule ad to the iixnia eir o',14i5 a0asnr o tietoneby the hells ties of the Medical Department; for a grant of S1.000.000 to re
a lOMaued to the echo a firyt t'eass 'iIon o1e George de Nobriga in the '.t.lX IWVIS ohnhel, oidloer of it I s present progrln is5 essential- build its water supply system as a
pfltormanee by Zerite, Trintidad- ij egislative Council oil July 30, amr is street, San FernoinoAn tKPtIN, a iontinuation oi the one which reply to Government's suggestion
tsf dancer of Internatonatl fame, l4. fr which loernment stated r. C R '. ,eter. d8omh bttn to take form in the early' hat the city should Join thi
vit he fist rtcitiidl? irs (If ClSXo'ru till
40at9ied hi ,i stitl, r the i-.s endorsement generally of Ihe R.CHOo hoh1.!r ,,tori,,r of ,,.ff,,, part of the century. Central Water Scheme."
4oya Victoria Institute on Ftl.- nonlc outlined in t part I of the Sre- ,Si,, rSn Firn1nio ,;,1 ,O,)MA.IA-, .._____ ______ -
Wry nliht since her return tc the north. aid ft(nL'hed a stalteente-. Pnttoser. of Nirt.. Sn FCrrioso.L F P
s d after nn absence o f more to what had been asompshd to CABLE OF SYMPATHY
t ese 1 s Bands To Mayk MeeingOpposes as Gurin^orso
Her execution of tloe rillmbers that date, It was, however, pointed -MOS unday Guardian correspondent
Ish. ed an original and hi.jhlv ott that Gov'erinient's adoption of o rkeein OGST.OEORGE'S, GRENADA. AUg
n oed talerit.particult rlv uin ), t~hr oick.nmust await ean examina- O9ars P i j"f3y '~ 26.-Colonel Oliver Stanley. Secre-
t ,,irgind the tlc t-r f th e Liberation Of Paris Payment Of M .L.C'Starvof StateOfor theCYolonies,rha
Atio oribt. Vir ridn" n tisO h fa i iplicatl"ions 'uhedat fGayvenmearLtt* cabled expressing sympathy with
p'etaton of 'Sheteramade" krs "'ln u e ti, l e date of G'overn meant's 1o mark t he Ii)eration (f Paris. Sunday twlardlan Correspondent. the hurricane sufferers and stating
from Rlmky-: opera In the "Pagan Ooddcs;s" tihe Norla olsEderabe development ei their prograinme t h s Bo- .; St Andrew's C EN Associa- I thv s eryo dt r'se to renadr fn
audience had the opportunity of the Government Stock Farm, lanict Gardenis this afternoon at tion has goe on record iln pos- the Cl'-niadines.
admiring her beautiful hand niue- Val.san. has been undertaken In ..30 o'clock by paying "La Ma t- lion t r payment of Le gislative counto-
nments, a phase of her art in whi.h th astit vear or twn: you have re- se5llaise' r t" h mgn on reori, -
she excels. Tne -"gong Of Indi~a." rnh te tbiiyt this work Ilowgistepgrme cillors,
with which she opened tile pro-in the 'Guardian.' Following is the programme: At a recent meeting the members,
ihneh she oe d ro- d March, Prince Cih'rmitg. S')uA; defeated by an overwhelming me- WHEN THINKING 01
s h eu e xc. e l s r T h e r S o e n d of I id 1 RiFve n O ibt ev ert ye ,t o t h j W HeE N Tli r e
blramlsienwasg deligh"ful, Satd og"'Tlf t Ittt OF 'R'EYoR Overtureg: Sog,e Chemin BIe la lsoreSt jority motion by Mr. Moe Noel
u ,a-. S T B f forPayment ofcouncillors and hOT
b'ity. L.vl ad set'lment development Mary's, Adams: Selection. Le.s CIo- dorped ntn amendment by Mr .n
The novel way in wh ch Zerite has made considerable progream.s, and ches de Carneville, Planquette; In- Tedopu ted an amendment by Mr of
resented the rhumh. hoilihl the 11th0 acquisition of land for further cidental Music to Mosiur Beau- pifr eet sub ne n HASTINGS,
down She utdlloubtecily vac- etlement but, lack of surveyors Is care. Rosst Selecut:n, Western a1di54 for meeting v i e neIsHeAne.ItSn,
Med the material for this dance a drawbskIk i this work, Consld- World, Chenette: Hymn. Jesus .,v addition t travelling expenses, de p e t
g|t]o| ..er taur in Cuoa itatnlo ist also beiug given with Lord My God; God Save the King. Iea omind with t1
public extended a iarm i\el- the ie.sbisance of rcrtain s sugar comi ned with mT
So the well-known It esaie-, o10 h establishment f Cuisine and m n T
tha. enthlsen D"vlsm wh ully v'illhe settlements near centres Cine A T
jurtl?.d the enthualast by tHic of employment in the suga aelt.TS
;s'l reldming of her ", ;.. I "Invoatigations with regard to(
% r, Wscoe ol der vterlained irrigation tore being undertaken at I (Corner Valleton Avenue) For Reservations, write
th.e_ ai'ldlece wl:h a lumb-'' of Narh' and a scheme of irrigationsLG WLNte
1m^el^ t s a^ :fe 1 ltettl LARGc NEW DWELLING 'io..in an
Mlu Ma~id }cKell le'd with gient "... l, nd has been purchased 15 Bedroom., Running Water
abilty the orchestra which eciira-!for a farm I1ntatiltit anld plans m' AKAH n AlCnsneca
p-nld the dancers. now tn course of preparatIon. It' CII5 and All 1ovnecs
-....- "Fitcotiragument to the Agricul- HI& u~.-
a ,* /aJa If 0 1 Itn-il Credit Societies has been con- iIi!R Ufa11N te
_eta M rc r tintueJ by propaganda und the WIB uSING FOR SALE or
$3624 More Sent n: f more funds for the exrn- AluU
nd ..'- Islon of the movement, has II uen LONG TERM
To Famine Fun onsderable. judging by the new l
*m.. -, socleles which have been formed RENT
Th .e Idi. 'luh yesterday, re- and the greater' Inte rest taken In 40 W N
a | I1 evApply Prada ott Premises.
nltmted a furtne: sum of p3,624 t em.the
S!1..l*^"t o( Inda1 8octey. to-1 "'*The Aericultural Policy Pore ^*^^ ^ - 1 -- '" ~~''^- -- ^ ff^ iK^V
wS hml relief work 111 India attire's report," the Drto"- r.... e
Ttfuln s p u total amount for- eluded, "serves as a lpide in _many
rdmed for this p urpose to x I.14~,02 mate ortu raitea, '
-.e "c~ sam"unr hy arse, and corisidcratlon Is A" -' i
atn that to e ,couonts e this ~ eing given In connection with U._Iq
i $ now r'sady. and the. cam- the as~mantes for. 1945_ to. al.low ft.'" m
is. trin to a rra.ng, their en extension of the work of the
2 : -. ....cularly with a view to intpt'@Ved
--distrtet services, and a commence-
....u1@ ha rA m nertt w'lt i district demonstration
-,u u I"tnaion of the Government Stock
l~i11 h# lln nlntol Ifarm in Tobago on the lines aug.l ".
bersv gea sited In the report"t


ew membeli f the Tour-
Exhibitions Board have
infrecnuy appointed by His
nony the Acting Overnor.
ar Mr. W. L. Alsto' preil-
den of the Trinidad Chamber if
Oonerce., and Mr. Frank K. Bell,
n al manager of 'he Trinidad
j of Alcoa Steamship Cornm.
P"Iir appointment are to last
two years.

Contributors Add $177
To Convent Fund
tslt t o. Convent Relief cotn-
released yesterday by
o lo.-vent authority records a
gwoe yosterdas, was s9,-
Iand till rising.
Were: Already Rc.
.42a2.75. W. kt. E
&A. t. Mr A Alexander
AU.6tsmpfli 10.-the Misses
pMra Mcoson 2, Per-
k S Total,.


Mayor's Fire Relief
Fund Reaches $155
The Cit) Mayor's Fund ior the
Henry Street fire victims yesterday
reached a total of $155, when a
contribution fromi Mrs. J. sinclaie
was received,
The fund, launched on A4ustt IS
hyv Ceuncillor H. 0. 3. Wooding, Is
in aid of a number of poor city
folk who suffered loss and damage
to their turntture, clothing and
-ther belongings estimated at
$1,.000. Mas result of a flre which
destroyed the back store of David.
son and Toidd.

DYCRE ASOLUTXI GRANTED
Mr. Justice Kenneth Vincent
Brown, In the Supreme C.tirt on
Thursday granted a decree ab'itutse
In the divorce matter n! AtUsn
M. Not and Oam MoltAnd rMatI


GET BACK Y SPARKLE
let ODEX remove Perspiration ACID FILM
' WORK is harder these days.
You come hornmo tired and with
perspiration acid film on your
skin. Beamart! Remove thisand
let back your sparkle with an
Odex bath.


Odex contains a new odourw-frw
"" antiseptic. That's why Odex Soap
so mild, yet so effective in
Im removing perspiration acid film.


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Odex leave your skin so clean
that you feel like a new person,
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n T our eyes are exposed to many
I dangers. The glare of the sun out
o sf door, stuffy and smoky atmo-
Siheres inside, long hours in artificial
Slight-all these give rise to severe
Ee O strain. The air itself is laden
g with tiny particles of dust and
SmiBllions of germs. Naturally your
e eyes will suffer unless you &ive them
t proper care.
. Do Ps Doct(,ii and Opticians
of
- recommend. Bathe your eyes regu-
e
- larly with Optrex Eye Lotion. A
e
regular eye bath strengthens the
d muscles of the eyes, removes dirt
,t and irritation and keeps your eyes
~IS
. in good.shape." Always keep a
o bottle of Optrex handy. It is the
- finest safeguard against all common
eye troubles.
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ENGLAND.
Sole Agents for B.WI. except
!Jamaica:
DAVID MORRiN & SONS, LTD.,
S7 Marine Square,
I'ortof-Spala.
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Like so many other engaged girA,
Barbara uses Pond's CoAld Cream.
She slips the fragrant emam
over her fae aind throat, pats to
soiflen and reiessn dirt and make-
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second Pond's creamua. Wipes
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flelachmaaaa's Yeat is we of the richest
.aturalt sources ofthe Vitami n -ComplM. J
Take twice daily, half hour before meals- I
plain or mashed in fruit juice, milk or water.


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prestelt it as a cold drink you l
the Important nutritive propet'tfMif
made 'Ovaitlae' so widely pO|W*
heiallgvilg food beverage.
This scimtific combination of MN
foods provides concentrated
body, beala.aad nerves, and holIp
eserwaes of strength and eargy,.
seaso a glass of Cold 'Ov10
much to make your light meal
ho. healthful and restorative. ,
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SAUGUST 27, 1044.


Red Army Following Up

Balkan Diplomatic Victory
PHE outstanding news of the past week
.was the announcement that Ruma-
nis had accepted peace terms offered by
tWe Soviet Union. Our Allies have not
leen content with this great diplomatic
victory, but have been following it up in
a manner which shows that they are de-
termined to make it also a great military
defeat for the Wehrmacht. It is good to
know that the Rumanian forces have an-
swered the call to help drive the Ger-
mans from their soil, and it is to be
hoped that other Balkan peoples will fol-
low their example. There are reports cf
rumblings in neighboring states, and
S news that Bulgaria has asked for an
armiistice Is a fitting climax to a week of
brilliant Allied gains.
Reports that Paris had been liberated
by French Forces of the Int'rlor and its
own citizens unfortunately proved pre-
mature, but the assistance of the Allied
'armies enabled the Parisian.s finalitll to
S overcome German resistance and compel
the enemy commander t) give up the
fight on Friday. The armistice agreed
upon between the Parisians and tim G( -
mans is a regrettable incident, as it was
a departure from instructions and
ca;used the diversion to Paris of troops
10 might have been of greater use else-
where. However, it is to be expected that
the mistake will not be repeated. especial-
ly U the Germans failed to keep their
word.
Air power played a great part in the
Allied successes in France last week when
' the overwhelming superiority over the
Luftwaffe was maintained. The absence
of the German air fleet, from wsesLern
skies, however, must not be tiken to
S mean that it Is already completely
knocked out. The enemy is conserving
the remnants of a once mighty force, but
the most he can gain from such a polio. y
jis a temporary renewal of opposition now
lacking, which will certainly be ovrel'com-'.
During the week Allied air fleets d-al;
damaging blows to enemy targets all over
Europe, at the same time paving the way
for the advance of the Anglo-American
arrmies In Prance, Particularly effective
work was done in southern France where,
by blasting his communications, the en-
emy was prevented from giving support
to his hard-pressed troops.


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Th to stauMar was% in the Bal.
kanw and tMaMaeft t*aen @vrMww the
fall of Florence In Italy, but this ha been
followed by.an Importat advance which
should soon result In an assault on the
Germans' Gothic Line and Involve the
enemy In large-scale operations on an-
other front.
Events In the Pacific during the
week indicate that the Allies are about
to speed up operations In New Guinea
and neighbourhood. Jap-held positions
were bombed over a wide area of the Pa-
cific, while in Burma British forces con-
tinued to go forward against the Jap-
anese.



Trinidad Must Take Part

In W.I. Toudst Revival
IT IS a welcome sign of revived interest
in tourist trade possibilities that ap-
plications are being invited for a perma-
nent secretary for the Tourist and Exhi-
bitions Board. When an official of the
Anglo-American Caribbean Commission
was sent to the West Indies recently in
the interest of post-war tourism, he
omitted to come to Trinidad because it
was thought that this Colony's tourist
organisation would supply the needed
prospectus and summary. Unfortunately
this did not prove to be the case, for the
Tourist Board at the time was fast asleep.
Trinidad was therefore omitted from
the general summation of possibilities
drawn up for the information of the
Anglo-American Caribbean Commission,
which hopes to foster an improved type
of tourist travel in the West Indies after
the war. The general idea, as we under-
stand it, is to encourage people to come
to the islands for a two or three weeks'
stay, which could be spent in one place
or divided between several territories.
The ordinary traveller on cruise ships
who goes ashore for a few hours at each
port is still to be considered, but the more
leisurely type of visitor through whom
the greater potentialities of tourism
could be realized is definitely wanted.
Trinidad cannot expect to build up a
tourist business independently of cthlier
West, Indian Colonies, and it would have
been most unfortunate if the failure to
supply proper information had jeopard-
ised our future Since then, however, w?
understand that the Tourist Board has
submitted a report to the Government
on prospects and plans, which has doubt-
less been sent on to the proper quarter.
The Board, whose membership appears
to have been reconstituted, held a meet-
ing last week and is showing signs of
activity which we hope will continue and
increase.
A successful tourist trade cannot,
however, be developed unless co-opera-
tion is secured from all interests in the
community able to contribute to the
building ,up of tourist attractions. The
Government has a big part to play and,
with the prospective change from a re-
stricted franchise to universal adult.suf-
frage, it is important to realise in ad-
vance that political rallying cries are no
substitute for money wisely invested on
amenities for tourists. Municipal councils
and other public authorities must also
play their part, and water supplies, elec-
tricity, and transport services should be
studied with broader ideas in mind than
their local benefits.


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Letters To

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Discontinuance Of Daily
Broadcast Service Deplored
The Editor. 'unday Guardian."
At the last meeting of the Min-
lsterial Aawc..tioa3 of Port-of-
Spain. I was directed to address a
letter to you on the subject of the
daily service of intercession which
has been a local broadcast feature
for the past three yters.
There is apparently a wide-
spread impression that the minis-
ters are responsible for the discon-
tinuance of thi daily service. We
crave the Indulgence of your col-
umns to correct this Impression.
nThe service has been temporarily
disconUtinued for the reason tl.It
other features, regarded as more
Important, are now put on at the
hour which lias been hitherto con-
sidered suitable for a service of In-
tercesaon.
We are well aware th0it very
many patrons are sorry that this
five to 10 minutes little service has
been discontinued: and we our-
selves deeply regret tnat the ser-
vice disappears at such i, time as
this. It will be remembered that
on "D-Day" liia Majesty Loadcast
a most moving appeal to all tilhe
people of ills realm sland Empire to
take every opportunity of joining
in prayer lir our cause. especially
during this present critical phase
of the present conflict.
It is a melancholy reflection that
public taste is being blamed for
the elimination of this brief ser-
vice of Intercession -,fifter the
King's appeal. A reference to the
Item that now takes the place of
the service of Intercession will
make the reflection even more mel-
anclholy.
HENRY COOKE.
Acting President.
Port-of-Spain Minis.erlul
Port-of-Spain. Association.
Vaccination Suspected
The Editor, "Sunday Guardian."
In view of tie fact tt.t ill re-
cent years a number of leading
scientists and world famed medical
men have been suspicious of vacci-
nation as ,# cause for a number of
other dLea.se.s. Dr. Scheult's article
in the last issue of thle "Sunriliy
Guardian" with regard to the in-
crease of cancer in Trinidad which
is anll b'.,nd where thousands of
Young Infants and adults are vardl-
nated, should naturally cause sus-
picion.
The tact that a number of peo-
ple ,'Jld infants as well, recover
f"un the effects of vaccination.
does not proe anything, as a nurn-
htrr of di. ases c(an and do oftten
rtminlin dormant in the blood for
months, and evtni many years, only
tn r(. ppear in a inmore terrible
urmn, or perhaps as some o'her
n'w and utnkii mn, disease. Tlis


At Carenage
"No! He does not use bait.... dollar bills,
I told you already."


Plans Studied To Insure

Germany Pays Reparations


By IIOMER METZ
Reparation payments in cash,
such ms the Versailles Treaty
obliged Gernmany to pay after the
last war, will be Impossible after
the present war, according to a
study of the reparations problem
just made public by the American
I.ibour Conference on Internation-
al Affairs.
Instead, the Allied nations must
be prepared to receive reparations
in the form of assistance in the re-
construction of the devastated
areas. tSuch oisslstance can be
Oivei either in the form of goods.
svch as coal and chemical pro-
ducts, or in the form of a volun-
tary labour force working in the
Allied countries to repair the de-
vsm.tation caused by the war, the
report says.
Two paramount questions pre-
senit themselves in any discussion
of this knottifst of postwar prob-
lenis reparations:
1. Are the victorious Allies going
mu demand that Germany ,ly?
2. Can Germany pay?

Horrors Caused


nomic acrottitlcs that would have
made even the Wallendas dizzy.
As William C. Bullitt recalled re-
cently, the Allies loaned the Ger-
mans the money to make their re-
parations, and then the Germans
".'iled to pay back the loan. The
Allies still are trying to find out
who paid whom.
Manifestly, the Germans must
not be permitted to get off so easily
this time. There is wide recogni-
tion that every means for exacting
a just penalty from the aggressors
must be explored to 'the fullest.
"The only way In which the Axis
countries can in the long run mike
cash reparation payments is by ex-
nortit', more goods and services,
including' labour services, and irnm-
uortine less," Dr. Neisser writes.
"UlimatfIv. the Allied countries
can benefit from the reparation
payments only to the extent to
which they .ere willing to import
more or to export less.
On the other hand. does the Al-
lied fear in 1911 hold good today?
Can the Allies accept reparations
in goods and labour scr-ices with-
out damaging their competitive
commodity and labour n.,trkets?


paimnly snovs tt ,t pt cimtiarity In There is little doubt about the
human blood whiihi seems to exist, .mhswer to Query NO. 1. The Allies Soviet Plans
of one disease cnangimig into ?n- are going to insist that Germany
other if not immediately, Some pay and pay heavily In order to Accordipg to most American,
time after, exact some measure of restitution British, /and Russian economists,
Though I din not a doctor. ye', for the frightful horrors the Nazis the answer is "no" in the case of
after a vast amount of readi-g of have loosed upon the world and to the United States and Britain and
the beat health, medical, and shy- make cerUain tlt ft cn,,t happen "yea" in the case of Russia. The
steal culture books, and magazines, again. Soviet's expanding socialist econo-
obtalrable, It is my considered But, the second poser cannot be my, they contend, Is geared to ab-
opinion that the use of vaccination, disposed of so easily, sorb reparations in practically any
and the thousand and one other Much has been said and written form without being upset.
antitoxins all over tie world for about it in recent months, and the Strong support for Dr. Neisser's
the past number of years, by the consensus of most experts is that suggestion that reparations t.'ke
medical prolfessiom is the cause of Germany can pIy. however, there the form of labour aid in the de-
the t.'d state of peoples' blood so seems to be a wide difference of vastated areas has come from Rus-
prevalent everywhere in these opinion as to how and how much. sla. which has seen a whole gen-
times, and not just the venereal The subject is as complicated as eiition of Its youth and many of
disease of syphllils as many dou tors last year's income-tax form because its Industries destroyed by German
think, not even the foremost authorities rapaciy. Such a nominally con-
IILTON PORTEOUS. (,ni know with certainty what con- servative publication as Fortune
Port-of-Spain. tsitutes the present and potential magazine also has backed the idePi.
...wealth of such a highly industrial- The liberal British New States-
Standing In Tram Cars ised and dynamic state as the Ger- man and Nation asserts that such
The Editor, -Sundsy Guardian." man Reich. labour could not be relied upon.
According to a report in the Prof. Hans Nelsser of the New ,nd suggests that the Russians are
"Guardian," there is to be an en- School for Social Research, who likely to need teams of skilled en-
quirv iwro the matter of standing wrote the report mentioned .above gineers and technicians ratherthan
between the seats of the tram-cars with the aid of the American Lab- gangs of unskilled workers to re-
The transport s.'stem of the cit lout' Conference's Committee on build their ruined cities and indus-
Is stained to the ul.most, and only Economic Queatlons, is supported, tries.
those people fortunate enough to in his view that reparations pay- The London Economist, without
live near one of the termini of meats in cash will be impossible, by touching on the retributive aspects
the various tram-cars and 'bus numerous experts in the United of the question, suggests that it
system can be sure of seats in the States, Britain, and Russia. might be more practical to ask re-
rush hours. After the Great Wir, Germany parationa only for specified loot
Tho living alona the route can was called upon to pay a bill of and damage, to collect them in the
hope to travel only if they are pre- s32,000,000.000 in rash. Moscow es- form of goods and labour, and to
pared to stand. In order to con- timates that If the Nazis continue limit the payment period to five
serve tinsport, standing on the looting and wrecking as they have years.
footboards has been forbidden, done up to now. they may owe In another American study of
Surely people able to obtain a seat. something like $500,000,000,000 when the problem, Jacob Viner of the
can bear a little inconvenience to this conflict ends. University of Chicago nmys Ger-
enable others to travel, who would If Gerrrvnvy couldn't pay 432,000.- many can beet pay in goods and
otherwise have to spend hours by 000,000 in 1919. how can It hope to urges that collections be made for
the roadside. pav more than 15 times as much onlv 10 years.
Port-of-Spain wIG. after the present conflict? One objection to the payment-In-
.r.of-.pain. .goods plan frequently cited is that
Qualities Of The English Staggerilng Sum it would necessarily keep Germany
Sre'.tively strong industrially and
The Editor, "Sunday Guardian." Obviously, its gold resources, even thus maintain it as a potential
The West Indian thinks of the with all it has looted from, the rest military threat.
Engllshman In terms of an Oxford of Europe, couldn't begin to make Thus far, no Allied government
accent, a measured gait, k corn- u1 rich a staggering sum as $500,- has made any official statement on
mending air, and a dignified re- the subject of repirations. The At-
serve, and regards his culture with In 1919 the Allies deirinded pay- lantic Charter, for example, is con-
suspicion as an imperialistic device. ments in cash. The Germans ask- spiculously silent on "indemnities."
This is because the West Indian ed to be allowed to pay in goods, But it can be taken for granted
mistakes taste for timidity, .harm but the Allies said no because they that it is causing much knitting
for cunning, reserve for hauteur ed that products made In Ger of brows in the Uned Naotns
Moreover, a body J robots with feared that products made in Ger-ofbwsith Une Nels
Morthe above chr, a body ra- terlsobots withcould many's cheap labour nr,-rkets would chancelleries and that it will be
neither have framed a constitu undersell their own products very hlih on the agcn',, when Al-
nor built an empire, and I is Unfortunately, the Germanscould lied leaders put their elbows on the
necessary to distinguish sharply not pay in cash unless they sold peace table. '
between the tcultur and the cult of more in foreign markets than they Somehow, somewav. Oermsny
the Englishmen. The Englishmant of bought, will have to pay (Christian Science
Is a mai of thought ,of ftrethought. The result was a display of eco- Monftor.
of enlightened principle, of planned
theo, u Maimed Pilot Cripples Locomotives
action. He Is urbane In peace,
cere.
In the battle of life the English- By Serot. A. J. WILSON, LA.F.
man, with his settled tradition, is Behind the great air assault on more pleased when a medical board
too much of a strategist, while the German war transport before passed him fit for operations again
American, who was continually "D-Day" lies the story of how, two and he was posted to command
confronted by new conditions in a years ago, a one-armed pilot per- a Hurricane Intri'uder squadron in
new world, is too much of a tacti- fected the technique of attacking flhter Command.
cdan, In life, .s In every other enemy locomotives in a hbigh-speed Flying alone up the Seine from
battle, both strategy and tactics fighter. Rouen, one night in April, 1942,
he attacked two goods trains, div-
are required. And English culture, Today, when our armies are in from 1,000 fet attacked two goodoi trains, div-200
with the calm reflecUtion and wide firmly established on the Contin- feet of his targets. Both blew up
outlook personiflad In J. B. Prlest- ent, this pilot is in a German In clouds of steam.
ly. Li the finest equipment for a prisoner of war camp. Before Squadron Leader Mac-
worthy occupant of an evolving H. e rashed in 'rancs while at.- lAchlan had reached his home base
world and an expandingtrniv-rse. tempting to repeat one of the most other pilots of his squadron were
Tobago P. L TAYLOR audacious sorties over 'made over out over France on their first speci-
--"-o- e nemy-occupled territory. fo train-wrecking expedition'. That
Health Committee Query Towards the end of 1941, Squad- first night they stopped 23 trains.
The Edit., "Sunday Guardian." ron-Leader J. A. F. Maclachlan, TRAIN WRECKING
it eEistor, atSunday ChsGurr2iyear
It is pleasing to note the selec-born at Styal Cheshire, 25 years By the following spring. Fighter
tion made by the home Govern ago. cme back to Fngland from Command Mosquitoes, Beauflght-
ment of Col. Sir Alnder Russell Malt where he had fought in some ere, Whirlwinds and Typhoons had
memnt of Col. Sir Ale:"nder Russell of the island's fiercest air battles, joined with the SPitfires and Hur-
as chairman of the committee to A Messerschmlitt's shell had ricanes in day alnd night train-
review the Colony's medical and shattered his left arm o badly wrecking attacks wch ranged
health Polcy. atcs hc.rne
et despite the high res that it had to be amputated above from the Pyrenees to deep beyond
Yet, despite the high prestige the elbow, the borders of the Reich.
maintained by the individuals Yet within three weeks he hadI pert estimated that they were
named as members of the com- flown 'again, and before he arrived Wrecking Hitler's locomotives at
mittee. I cannot hell feeling that tIn this country he had put in some the rate of IN0 a month.
either Doctor Tito P. Achong or 250 flying hours In South Africa, Squadro5 Leader MaeLt5chla
Dr,. Sheult. should replace Dr. where he had broken his journey, who we., waed the D,1.0. for
Orell while Sir Lennox O'Reilly MacLachlan was 'determined to his taM rd t rWt (he had pre
who, along with Mr. Errol dos pet hck to flhtere. Aa soft as vloutly Va qas D,'.C. it MaltayI
Santos. probably one of the busiest he got home he went to Queen crashed In norther 'ranee In July
men in the Colony, should stve Mary's Hospltal. Roehsmapton, lastyear, a fortnilht after bh and
way to the Hon'ble Grrald Wight where an artificial amm was de- l ight-ieut. A. 0. PaSge, lIng
or the Hon'ble Roy Joseph. sined for him. Mustang, had shot dom Stz Ger-
GAaKYND GRANGELa.I Maeachtan was tremendously Muaircraft nIa dartlt hogtie
an Juan. pleased with the rnult u uth a fa Pa eta.


GIverinment N


CONTROL BOARD NOTICE

Xmas Gift Parcels
For The Armed
Forces

It is hereby notifiled that during
the months of October and Novem-
ber 1944, Export Ucences will be
granted for Gift Parcels addressed
to persons serving In His Majesty's
Armed Forces, and containing arti-
cles other than those wholly pro-
duced in the Colony, (except boots,
shoes, or imported foodstuffs) not
exceeding $10.00 In value. Parcels
must be clearly nrirked "Gift" and
addressed to persons serving in His
Majesty's Forces, giving Rank,
Name of Addressee and designa-
Uon of unit.
L SPUNCE,
Secretary, Control Board.
Old Post Offce Building,
7 St. Vincent Street,
Port-of-Spain,
24th August, 1944.

GOVERNMENT
NOTICE

Medical and Health
Policy Committee
It is notified for general infor-
mation that individuals and so-
cieties wishlna to submit evidence
for the consideration of the above-
named Committee should forward
SIX COPIES of such evidence in
Memorandum Form to the under-
signed cro the Colonial Secretary,
Port-of-Spain, before September
15th next, after which date no
further representations canr be
considered.
By order of the Chairman,
Edward W. Daniel,
Secretary.
August 23rd. 1944.


candidate fort
Ouard Il te
Candidate % a
ages of and
physique an j
active outdoor
ard of educetf~
lent to ev
quired.
quired to
tion otn
ance the p s
Produce RulaerB
culture. notaw-
Successfulrf H
required to 4n i
the Colony.,-
wage is 4 1ccr,4
ary war allnu'
allowance. a
draw a monsts
per month rst l
crements oe'f
month, plut teeS
ance and ay
Forest Ouar H
travellinK ando St
ances. Quarter&
Forest OfGuardi
promotion to 1ore44
vacancies occur, hln
is a salary scae f
$1,440.00 per a "n^l
antes.
Applications sho0l
person at the Poftsdt
Knox Street, Port4or
12, Victoria Street, ,I
on ally Monday. .3
L IJI
ConWv&
Forest Office ,:;
18. Knox Street, .'
Port-of-Spain,. ,
8th August, 1944, ,r


POST OF MATE, GOVERN'
COASTAL STEAMERSw t


PORT & MARINE DEPART|

Applications are invited for the post of Mate, GOW i
Steamer Service. ,r
Candidates must be In possession of a Certiftca*e,
as Intercolonial MastLer issued by the Marine Board 4,
a higher or corresponding value issued by a comper a
the United Kingdom or In any British Dominion or
The salary of the post L i 1,248 96 -- $1,440 --"'
annum. The selected candidate will be required to
Provident Fund and will be appointed on probation
The appointment will be subject to the Coloni al
Local Civil Service Regulations. I
The selected candidate will be required to pans a
nation prior to taking up the appolnltnii,.
All applications together with copies of test
addressed to the Colonial Secretary In the prescribed
be obtained from the Secretariat and should reach U
than 30th August, 1944.
ERROL L DO$
Acting

TRANSPORT EMERGENCY j



In view of the considerable reduction in twl
caused by speeding it is notified for the I
Motor Vehicles' owners and drivers that
exceeding the speed limit in any kind of M
will in future result in the cutting off 0.
of tyres and tubes and permits for the
tyres to the Motor Vehicle in which the
committed. :


JG.


24.8.44


Transport Em


TRAFFIC NOTICE

Order. Relating To The COMA,
Traffic At The Santa Rosa R& MR,
To Be Held at Arima, on 2 !?i,
and 16th September, 1944.
MADE UNDER CH. 16 NO. i, 8ECTIONI,?
1. Control will be enforced between the hol 1w.
7 p.m.
2. All vehicles shall enter the Race lgound W '.
entrance and leave by the eastern entreanhl i,
3. All vehicles snail proceed along HollisA ""',
Joseph Street and Queen Street in an 05 L
along the extension of Queen Stret, ."bt!B
ond Robinson Circular In a wsuthtrly idl
along Robinson Circular Road in a westerly W,
4. Vehicles will be parked as follows .- .
(ta) In the Savannah to the north and I y1
Stiind as directed by any member of 00 .
on duty there.
(b) Prolongation of Queen Street--on
south.
c) Woodford Street--On eastern snidf
Id) Queen Mary Avenue-On western
5. No vehicle is permitted to stop and I
Hollis Avenue or RobinbUaon Cirtcul R4 .
A. I. J. Knight
Sunerintendent of Poi, W'
Police Divisional Xeadquarters, J
Arima, :
18th August, 1944. ..j
NOTICE TO JURORSITEND


In the Supreme Court of
Trinidad and Tobago

PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby
given that on, of the Judges of
the Supreme Court wilt sit Is
Chambers at the Court House.
Port-of-Spain, on THURSDAY
the 31st day of Autust, 1944. at
10 o'clock in the forenoon for the
purpose of hearing applications by
persons for exemption from
serving as Jurors at the Sestons
to be held at Port-of-Spain 00
Monday the 4th day of September.,
1944.
*And Notice I also& W len that
no such aOplAdofioa-e e neo
talned ofter atse mid U day o
Au ust, 1944,
A. V. N. McCracken,
Registrar.


TUNDEM

for the
gist teof5m
Rationi d
cooatd and
rice and. 4.2
8Ratton* tw

when requr
leu than ti


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and cheertulnes usually mean lack Of IM
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thousands of people everywhere make
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SSBooks On Sale r Aw ~-*. Whan Tl
For Aed Cross i Adequate Beauty R
S(1) I"f You were a led 1 w s To dw o& Committee I
chlortie uw d- have brought out a m ot attractiv .... Essential To ood
to t of Aspirina l m uit book entitled-invaUd Cook-.
(o)the thke l CelLar cry" which Is on male In Port-of-
(2) t IsoUi s th elemett which 8p11a anA the ewutry disirlet for 40 Loom To Improvise
aist In the form of the very modest um of fie. The .
graphite entire proceeds from te l"sale o When You Cannot Buy
(b) grahi o o whoK ee tho gctang
(e) diamond. these books are being given to &well the o U my who m e to t o i Iun enp
) The nearest planet to the earth the fund of the Red ross "o thmsnlves, tteoy a ore yK
(a) Nan noT book was the outcome of aaha ve s, t are t
(b) The Moon serTes of very Intemsting lectures ;%a e a most depyessig, effect on h,
(c) Ventub. given by Mrs. A. E. Adamson at
(4) Fahrenhelt. Wamur and cen- the special request of siome of the 'T*hereIs not the slightest rAge& e"A
tnde degrees are-- Rd Cronsnurses, and these lec-to lose anything of one's habitual
tigrade degree are- Red COMuross and these lee- %ft yr's. an charm^^ ^^ oJ .n ^ while travellng ^<^
(al University awards ture were demonstrated to the owver t reome the journey, andi "
(b) Temperafure measurement., nurses at the W. V. 8. Cookery j r M**r e s th. ArJaougrne, sd.,
ci Angular. Centre on Tragarete Road. vision is made to preserve ones l clinania
(So Which of the following are It o mont sensibly bound between oold appearance whout the
forms of lightning hard covers in the W. V, S. colours; usual recourse to one'e dresing o l
(a) F rked maroon and red, with the simple Ce- ThisIs at recent prtralt of the Deheos ef Keat an her hilde, table. i t- ol
b Bali sign of the W. V. S. Badge on the Left to right: Princes Alexandra Prince Michael, The Ddhn-- Whtae l
le She et. wi o cover, and though entitled "Invalid of Kent, and Prince Edward. Prince Michael eelkrae hI sep Beauty Kit Essential r n
(l The average weight of the hu- Cookery." has all the simple birthday on July 4.-(AP photo.) y t ssenil ra
man skeleton ranges from-- methods of really good cooking thatAnaslt es i f r h r e h
s, R) 9 to 13 Ihs clohou covokwn gt hatooveeac
(b) 3 5"Fliv wan t Akd O m it S ck ',or hIp,
let 50 100 Mothers with children should oll Exercise A nd O m it Snacks well-groomed woman is a dressing in place. S
obn 50 "O Monthis little book, fdre itho will ce, to give it Its old-fanloned piece vac
(7) Axiom is t teach them to give their children Never was there greater Incentive for slimmiung one's figure than name; or a toilet case or beauWt pand
00 Polar diameter of the earth nutritious meals cooked the right flow! fashions demand h flat diaphrgs high kttogive It a more modern appel- this.
(b) Larval form of the Ambly- way. now Fashions demand pencil-slm hips. flat diaphragm, high laton. The size of th mA of T sttli
stonlwith of the outside
(e tlniverslh received princ. The books are on sale at Messrs. and tiny waistlines. Every woman active and do jobjourney involved and your own re- lap t
pie in science. W.C. ROSs and Co.. and Messrs. with the minimum of fatigue, superfluous weight must be banished. quirements. It can be small the can tbe
(8) Sepal Is A- Muir Marshall and Co., and mem- And women are slimming their ___________ enough to fit Into a good-sied Uamit before
(a) Division of the calyx of a bers of the W. V. S. will be selling figures through die, nd exer cisen t -- handbag, or large enough to supply ensure that-
flower them all through September at In a famous beauty salon d Newterc i sthen force it overto right, your needs for some weeks-or ro s
(b Brown pltment Messrs. Davidson and Todd. Ltd.'s, York the days and eveu ngsa re aR eat up to 25 times, beginning even months. Professional
(cW O.nus of dipterous insects. table They will make most de- whirl of industriousness, as women with ten times the first day.
(At With which of the sciences lightful Christmas presents. so be work to perfect their measurements Make Youi Own
Eletricitv, Medicine rid Mthe- sure to secure yours early and help and incidentally Improve er WATCH YOUR CALORIES M ke Your Owne
B e o th e w ar n i en a l Z Pas p ble to, ones of t
musttes do vou ca "o .the most necessary of all the War beauty! Between salon training The above exercise will firm flab. Beforet, he war kit was sib gt oes aothe to
iti Newton lnids, "The British Red Cross." they do homework-exercising fit- ebyvmu cleswinfrefu.eforethwandwast possibut
(hci nrad.v teen minutes each day and watch- byismcincms and win reduce get auch make-up kits n great be able tore
( Hncrre in their menus measureminents but they will not re- variety and almos t any sie but Is much more
'"i Co-2 is the chemical svymbol T Since most women hare difficulty due weight unless you count your nowadays we have to learn to out anyae.
for Trimming Cotton Dresses cnmrollrm hP ard t alorles One cansafely make do with whatever we can get made.
in controlling hip ard tgh lose fourhis wi
IIIrnl dstpoundls a week, but no more, and cleverly adapt it to suit oua s'
ci Coal dust lmeasirements, three exercises are o s a wk but me, requirements. But if It so happens or padding.
,hi Cobalt Almost, all trimmings used en given today which are the most 'f- It is better to take off weight that there Is nothing at all avail- will 0o for
(e) Csrbon dioxirde,. cotton dresses are washable. They ficacious for slimming hips and gradually, say two pounds each able, then we must make-stift to prefer, paddi
thihs.week, if you are an active person, do the best we can to supply our scraps of
(Answers on pace I B) Include white or colored ric-rac thihs. By limiting your quantity of help- needs ourselves. e stt
h. .. raid, white raiding, appliques of EXERCISE 1 Ings, and eating a little bit of With the exercise of a little Fasten your
cotton, ruffle o the fb, b When you arise in the morning everything, you can lose two pounds patience and Ingenuity It Is % uite the lining mata
Co OUrS To Sutruffles t th fabric, bias do this "getting up" stretch; Lie a week. Of course, no In-between possible to make-up an attractive strips, as a
bindings in white or coalnr, banding flat ,n your back with arm snacks, and you must exercise tor beauty kit at home. Collect likely take care to l
If ymo are a dark blonde with of the same fatri or In contrast- stretched out at sides, knees bent, fifteen minutes each day! containers. or three inehss
brown eVes and have a tan, deep In material, and white embroider- feet placed as far as possible. - The first thing to do Is to decide that the bot^
pastel shades such as turqiotse, rd ruffles Chilldircn's dresses i;e.d Slowlv push knees toward right.- the size you require, and then set can be folded
gnld, and fiishIa tones will suit you, only one type of trimming, and any making outside of right thigh and 'rV T M ake to work to assemble the contents. to make the II
Perhaps sand beige will also be of ihe ahnbove will give them plenty Inside of left thigh touch the floor. H ow TV JL 0 IfU ke, If you want a small outfit just Tack your
suitableof charm u 'ris requires a good stretchlng'i for a night or two. It may be pus- cover with the
__..____ --- -- Bring knees back to starting po- j sible to purchase beauty aids In ding between
sltion and then force them left- Df0BrOw f it a c sample sizes to form the nucleus bottom and
S, w:wd. Alternate right and left for of the contents. Small boxes cf face that the case H
ten times and keep shoulders flat Brown sauce is useful to have In powder and rouge and little Dots of rectangular,
in; floor throughout exercise, case you bvive a dish which needs race cream are often quite easily of the material
f EXERCISE 2 a n'ce sauce. To make a supply obtained In Trinidad stores, even up by your
For reducing hips and thighs get a couple of pounds ot beef bones nowadays, and do net worry If Now insert `
quickly: Grasp a line in hands and that have marrow, the cort- I.!s do not please you, material ro
stretch above head. Bend .ipper Ask your butcher: to saw them in- Just substitute your favourite pre- sides sand" a
part, of body sidewise and rest on to two or three inch lengths. Wash paratlons in the containers, to allow thes
Object about hip height. Benti up- and place in a heavy iron pot to- Minute lipsticks, small tins of tents c per part of body sidewise over gether with a little butter or oil talcum powder, tiny cakes of soap gestion of an'-
'rlr'ed leg. Return to starting po- and two chopped carrots, a hand- and tubes of toothpaste, sma ll cut the gu
sition. Repeat ten times. Then fuil of celery, a cup of sliced unions, pocket combs, and manicure re- and Inserty M1.
rasie right leg and repeat ten limes, or hlo or chit or three bay eavs quisites In small sizes can be pro- right round
Kniters must he kept unbent a little thyme and a couple of cltzlvs. cured very easily, and if you keep stitch tthe
thrughotexerciseover good heat lette bones sharp look-out you will be s,:r- needed.
EXERCISE 3 brown well, basting often, Sprinkle praise to find the variety of small If you were
a cup oi flour over them and let Pots, tins and bottles which yii long Yip, but
gS Bcanfmake u, s.";?;?^ of-sH when~s thv reaiabe
This exercise is most efficient in the flour brown well. Next fill the can make use of when they o sr, available,uret
firming the flesh of the Inner pot with hot water and emptied of their original content and secure the
Sthlulphs which are apt to grow whole mixture boil for 2 or 3 hours, curelya envelo
) B^K^ML~ W"oabbn: Si. down on the floor Add water if it dries out too fast. Choose Style Of Case Dotverli
I r&thH legs stretched f wide as pos- Strain through a fine sieve and oos S Cs on to
o Srble. tetched lilne over head season with pepper and salt. Then Having got all your toiet articles be convention
l- Force upper part of body to left un- cook down to make about a quart, together, go over them carefully to while jarsmtl
il left. nand touches floor near leg. and after it cools, put into a Jar in make sure that you have every- place on th;e
Bring body back to starting posi- refrigerator to use as needed, thing. Don't forget to include a sd of the
______________________ This sauce will keep a week or so. mirror, face tissues, cotton wool, al When the
- very small hand towel, a thin rub- on. it only X
"WA i$ T'.LMOSTFROQUENTYi6CAUS!CA0 CA..... ber waterproof envelope or a bag lining secur
.. ..N..OCO VAWM A E to hold your face-cloth and nail-"liable glue.
y .TODAY 5 *~ 5.M5 p --- _OUT NOW brush if they have t3 be put away set your
1W_ ,D IS- & pm,- wet at any time, set.you
| THE IMPOSTER It Is also important to include a us
STHE IMPOSTER SECOND EDITION hairbrush, but an ordinary sized
CAdILISIN$$t'S"NINOlCTINON(OFOR iEGUlAR (Reduced Rates) one may take far too much room. Watch, Ik
INSPICTION AND ADJUSTMENT. Monday at 9.1 p.m.-FinsiHalf elof: so try to get esatisfA :tory child's
-' THlE PAINTED STALLION UNDERSTAND one, or failing that, y 'u may find Elt'a t
TI FITMORAD:S Ivou N,0. o .c-Ma clothes brush or nalf brush that make quite
-- 'Y* ONeA T lE MASS will do nicely as a substitute, and iars are
..h.i. You must next declde the kind of fore 'closing
a "n ,-* ,,rrIi-- .,k,,, .. -h- *,r--iRby cas you would like to make to leaking botIe
El ."...t...i trp, o.. t nrh pn tii r.. F tnrd de, mntihers mn^ n Dom Basil Matthews,: e hold your beauty requisites. and everything in t
p 's 'VO.wBget the materials for it. it contains t .S
-----I f i h,, ,ih.i,1,% .ndi,. ,,,nh.,heipomp ,,t.>.a... ear O .S.B. Probably the simplest Is 1 ust R
=- 8"'1 r,, mlh l, l i th is .... ook Probthesu .t,.ho" ,folding hold-all made from a rec- First Aid
| V *"'' '"" .og ,,,,,. ,,.. o...d ,, ,, ,o, ,t,,^^ I --- Paper Cover ...... 60c.i forldingF'stA~ S
a1 live ir ir thorougan it oneeuds ml~for tie.Paper Cover ........ c. tangular piece of strong cloth, with
pockets running right across tihe
duration ~ sCloth Cover .......... 96c. width, at intervals, some stitched to If you c5
make small sections. Everything ycur beauty
S- MUST FOR ALL can be placed in these pockets and Idea to intlku
| ^^-^'HCATHOLICSthe whole thing rolled up and tied medics Such
CATHYOLICO securely with ribbon or tape. powders,
GET YOUR COPY NOW But on the whole It Is better to ness if youo.,
FlORD PROT[(TIVISINVICI '.1-11i AL-MAXIS- CARS All Religious Shops take a little more trouble and dse from ths,.
a design which can be laid flat. elastoplast, *A,",
All Book Stores with all its contents revealed at a injuries. $1k
- --glance. For this you need a strong valuable on

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V 1k Of Trinidad
31-V TO& UMfM i9 -..-------.-.
NBm CT the Acting Governor, aCeoammle by N
iMr. oberts Wray,. and Capt. Heading Clark, left
l for Tobago yesterday morning. The will stay
l oe the re for the week-end.
gC3LLKNCY the Acting Governor, acccmpaunled by M
Wray. and Mrs. Elliott and Capt. Harding Clark, attend
1 gi ven by the member of the Police Porme at the Prin<
on Friday evening.
W UOIGHT, the wife of His Excellency the Acting Governor, 1
I consented to open the exhibition of print of faint
o roan~sed by the Trinidad Art Society at the Royal V
te on Saturday, September 2.
plaition .will run for nine days-on Saturday from 4 p
oS Sunday, September 3, and during the rest of the wi
Sajn. to noon and from 2 pmn. to 6 pjm., and will close
1 S ber 10. at 6 p.m
I l be the forerunner of the Society's regular annual ax
which will be held this year in November, and at which It
Sthe work of West Indian artists as well as of members will
zAIX STOKES-ROBERTS was among those present at ti
succeesful dance given by the warrant officers, staff asergear
ta of the U.K. Forces at their mess on Long Circular Re
e vening. The place was crowded and Roy Rollock andh
l kept the dancers In a whirl all evening.
Others there were Junior Commander Massey, AT
Mi Mercer; Lieut.-Colonel Tracey Holmes, Capt. Harding Cla
S Wray, Capt. McLean, Mrs. Daisy Poww, Miss Theli
e, Capt. Brown.- Capt. Lawrence. Capt. Willis, Ca
do Soua, Miss Peggy Ouy, Sgt. Bell Smith, Sgt. John Smi
cd, Lieut. R. Dennison. Lieut. Brendan Coatelloe, Lie
C.Q.M.S. Burns, A.T.S Sgt. Woods, A.T.S. Sgt. Stein
.J &Mr. Charles Maynard, Mrs. Zena de Sousa, Mr. Alcock, 1
k bacutt, Mr. Neville de Souia, Miss Catherine Tyl.r, Mr "Bi
and Mr. Sheldon Decle.
; 6 who'have copies of Mrs. Edna Napier Ralkes's book "Gold
1 fain on Dancing Water" for sale are asked to get In touch wi
lsuitbor Immediately, if they have not already done so, u a she
l U to know how the sales have gone and how many copies a
i8 on hand. The book is being sold to I help the R-d Cross and t
Ilrden of Tobago is kindly acting as auditor for the sales.
Working Girls' Hostel Association is holding a general meet
S for the purpose of electinZ two new trustees on Wedne
8September 6. The meeting will take place at. the Worki
Hostel 24/28 Duncan Street at 8.45 a.m. and the public
S "* *
A 38who are going to the dance in aid of the welfare fund for U.
Sin the South at the Drill Hall, San Fernando on Saturday, Se
9, are specially asked not to wear flowers, but to purcha
| there. Lovely corsages will he on sale, and Mrs. Pfoulkes-Jom
Mrs Frank Hobson are busy arranging for supplies of flower
the purpose. Promises of flowers and greenery suitable for co
will be very much appreciated.
Cgapt. 0, B., Knagga is goin. to run the bar on this occasion, a:
l members of the Committee as sting Mrs. L. C. C. Hobson
M Oanisation of the dance are Mrs. John Potter. Mrs. R. Pring
.0, B. Knaggs. Mrs. B. G. Banks. Mrs. W. W. Watson, Mr
Nixon, Capt. and Mrs. Arthur Wight, Staff Sgt. Marti
f Sgt. Parkin and Sgt. Tarver. A buffet is being arranged al
of provisions for It will be welcomed.
"* *a
f Casuals dance Is Just about five weeks off and like last year
takes place at the Prince's Buidling on Saturday, September 3
d debutantes are requested to send in their names to eith
Courtenay Rooks at T. Geddes Grant Ltd., Mrs. Courten;
S Phone 7130, or Mr. Ken Laughlin at Alston & Co., Ltd.
lgy persons and parties with tickets will be admitted, application
Bleh must be sent to the secretary, Mr. Laughlin.
S.Mdful of the congestion caused by having only two bars Is
the? Committee will have three bars going at the same time thi
l A buffet will be served by Mrs. R'oks and helpers.
C *
AJ MGOEMENT8 have been made to present "1.K. Sauce"
SPolnte-a-Plerre Club on Saturday, September 2, at 8.3) p.m.
4. war charities.
4 This variety entertainment achieved outstanding success wh
tu presented in the North. anid when bookings opened at Point
re club on Wednesday hlitre was a big rush to secure seal
by the end of the day the house was practically sold out.
i'SRPRISE FAREWEI.L PARTY was held at the home of W
ld Mrs. L. C. Wharton in Chacon Street, San Fernando,
-- evening, August 21. n hlionour of Miss Molly Augustus an
IKaty Masson, who have both joined thL A.T.S. and expect
Sfor Canad, shortly.
lpOring the evening Mr. Wharton presented each of the guests o
With a cheque subscribed to by their friends as a farewell glf
S guests present were Miss Greta Wharton, Miss Audrey Hutcl
B who helped with the arrangements, Mr. and Mrs. Hector Wain
I Mr. and Mrs. "Sonny" Giliezeau, Mr. and Mrs. P. Glllezea
Malcolm Downie, Mrs A. H. Masson. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Aleon
James Burgess. Mrs. B. Decle, Miss Franc, and Miss Rita Gillezea
lita Andrews, Mrs. Rose Downie, Miss Mona and Mi.s Joyo
; Miss Avis Pack, Miss Marjorie George, Miss Patsy O'Brlem
*gery Parsons, Mr. Jeffrey Evelyn, Mr. Elton Crooks, Mr. Davi
f Mr. Morris Allen, Mr. Dent Allen, Miss Patsy Rodriguez, M
Rhtey, Mr. Errol Date, Mr. R. ltawlins, Dr. Peville Camps, D
hn Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. Iee Drazba, Lleut Davldson, Lieu
emm,'ing, Mr. Ralphle Gillezeau, Lieut.' Ray Tradcle, Lieu
owl, Lieut. Kinnernian and others.
K n ild MRS. P.E.T. O'CONNOR, of Antilles Petroleum, left I
ale on Friday morning via New York for Canada, where M
or hma gone on a business-cum-pleasure visit.
evenlsg before their departure they entertained several o
SWfrOenads to cocktails at t eir bungalow.
Hj invited were Mr. and Mrs. J. Ogilivle, Mr. and Mrs.
,,-Jones, Mr. and Mrs. R. Ffoukes-Jones, Mr. and Mrs. C. IH
j e, Mr and Mrs. J. pr\or, Mr. T. W. G. Thompson, Mr. Bil
B M t' Mr J. Paterson, Mr. George Evangouloff, Mr. F. Pater
W S Griffith, Capt. Mesingc, and Mr. M. McLeod.
and Mrs. O'Coinior expect to be gone for one month.


West nlndtn New. PAC U A % UMAt AUTOOT 2T. i -wSa- fmaw navT _.*.

Jamaica Government Appoints Committee NOW r-
., To Make Economic Survey Of Island P LAYING De LUXE PLAYN
by KIGSTON, JAMAICA.--The Governor alJamlaica has aNppointed,'.b odtelag ahrgt
at CA tl th l he tand Continui., uaily at 4.45 and 8.45 p.m, .
a committee under lth chairmanship of Mr. F. C. 0. Denham. fBco- the club whith Wads founded in -11
mie Adviser to the Oomptroller for Development and Welfua, o m. IlMW now had an enrollment of 600
Ira. beinefical and 100 non-beneficial
ed duct a systematic economic survey and to report on the esnome members. I
e' prospects of Jamaica and in particular, on the poiblllite Of fenstiing Mr., Date Feted O A D I
full employment without detriment to thle general sandard of living; Thr lgolp lonhl
ha to recommend to Government the lines which Its future economic Sunday Gmardlan' Cerrelpondeat hna I h .
KINGSTON St. Vincent, Aug.R. hairl Hardy
OUs policy hould follow, and to consider the best ways to meet the cot o -The Honbie W. Adrian l ato
rIc- ofGoeurmt me a poii Crown aAttorney, and M r s, Dat e' id hw
ofGvraetShmsfrdvlpn h oqyadpoiige- have been enjoying a busy time ot pmnesiceswd
.nem. ployment. entertainments since the date of the screen
Other members of the commit-4-- their departure for promotion to the
n tee are the Hon'ble 0.K. Hen-'pri : Mr. Cu B. Evelyn, Mr. D. 8. iost of Legal Dracght.nman. Ja- ,G
hi riques, Mr. Alexander Gordon. Mr.Payne, Mr. T. 8. Branker. Mr. 0. maica. was announced. Mr. Date's
is H. V. Lbndo, Mr. 0. W. MaeDuff, H. Adams, SBayne Mr. C. .g service In St. Vincent as Orown .p -
be Mrs. Stella Earle, Mr. 0. O. R.reaves, Mr. D. F. lackettnd Attorney and then as Acting Admi- im n
Sharpe and Mr. E. L. Jack. Mr. Betthell. niistrator for over two years has von+ co l
I a Intrview wihte ifor him the respect and esteem oi I R. JMES LOVKELL D.C.P.C.
S~~~~ Sthle people of St. Vincent. As his --
In an Interview with the "Daily Scholarships helepmaple anfa able aindent. shu-
the Gleaner," Mr. Benl'-.m declared: helpmate and an able and enthu-G
it, "I am very honoured to be chair-Asa T t GAST I S
mad man m ofthimrtan o mmittee. ST Au.g. M'^7^ '^al^1^eST. PUone Aug. X lll loH|rkellll|lIDatllhIs
i n am also rather scared. Thea oi task result of a motion by the Honable also endeared herself to the peopleAk ra. dhat of thee d11. tt, $.et,. rI.
his Garnet H. Gordon. senior elected of her native island Waaill nssS At Rte ee of the lomitteh are dse oa d arh-
of making out a kind of programme membet r don."aanniousnn. of the n ttrision of a cttheds ttomhsno
Swilth the double object of develop- nlember, which was unanimously her charming per 1 socnaltf. ofthl .. li, oIn o eomac i
irk, Ing the is.,id and of providing adopted bn y the o gihture. the Among the many social funct on.' t At nnti of h organ
Really useful work for those Government has embarked on a at which Mr. Date was feted during rhom by ee 'e tee. w rin
1118 new r y fn .i the week wasa andivni at $iouth i he a caces,' sa P Nntins a n exceptive
Pt, iand e enti s o anracsy thlie lillnet a number of higher education Bridge Hotel giien by members of amont, of .',d (iastri ul'or a seen
c and B I oventue to prop that e f s.i loliuriiip. tenable in the United the Execu'ive and Legislative Coin- more rolmmonly in oen thatn ta men. a
in. e atind ofhor will t is v l.oihe us to -eimmm In hno







er b pai flor will gie e usr some a i ngdom,; ,^ Canada' and^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^ the Unite cil and the seio memer ofT^7 thgeJ Colbi.entee co .1al51
r, headaches. States of America beginning In civil service on Tuesday. August'. cn rltri)nOte banding forward much sa taltor.
On the technical side, engineer- 1945. who have d the Opportunity was taken also at the and ahttmkere, I n thee ople th If, -
a n endtudents dinner to welcome His Honour R. erkye la h pot1romitt et0.littdle L *
t ing and so forth. knW very little: ondon Matriculation will be afford- H. Garvev. the nw Ad nistrator. A ro e eou. gni
Samr htirlo as bad as the classical ed the opportunity of training and The duty of toasting the Adminis- af tconetienti dimlr.lhed In nis te cI c
th w as a hater of God. And tholi qualification In any of the following trator at the dinner fell to Dr. A. ,"'t f. ,'hmtteiton ,f tn Ine if trlem.I
ito cones that I cannot even d blus professions: Medicine, Architecture, B. Brerelon Medicald OM ce, Dis- i t, and asaem if nhe r *eBn,
I tntshbtwe not dis- Surveying. Civil Engineering, ArI- trict II thi.' rto oa.,s toe t.te vi.l, him Ih atte der ,#, fto th e L i SM ret ROw O,
ar: tinguish between soils derived from culture and Secondary TeachIng. guest of Honour were given by the ,h tI,," O It, he irnlg otf h m i, I B
the tarbonife rou sales and soils de- Applications close August 31. Hon'bie 8, J. Fin,, Actin, Crow "on rat" the md.nanII h tF a fHLD N- Sta HADE
ied from trappWan shaltes. Some- Attorney. and Mr. J. L. Ch pMan. reiiy At CLARENCE BRO NPRODUCTIO
Times I cannot even tell a paro- NoBaCNdiITAAtone.GndMrNJVLILapanLEn
t s e canoteve tlNot a Candidate president of the St. Vincent Civil DR. JAME|S LOVELL, D (' .Ph.('.
et- chial road from a goat-track Service Association. tUS A.) rho ChiropracticS pNefNl tIi
es. Luckily for me. the members of tile K TN G S TO N, Jamaica. The Oher ape A.rso wereon r I A U. At ) t rhe Chiropractic H ealinro- e
- sOtherspeakers %ere Mr R ,A C. At the Chiropractic Health Studld ( ..r
Ing committee know about such things Hon'ble R. M. Kirkwoodheomins- Hughes. Registrar nd Hon'ble Member Anglo-West Indies Chiro-H r 1 M
Is and we can tind shall seek advice ted member of the Legislat ve D. Brane master of cereo- practc A iIon Regteed
from the Governmen4t Departments Council and head of West Ind Brles b ,o ,,-at i = it
head ofdWesiIndiesree t rhoe 6
and from other bo:"'s. Sugar Co., Ltd., Tate and Lyle nies. 71 F'rederick Street --- 'Phone 6.524
K "On agricultural, policy, the Land subsidiary, will not be a candidate Ill]-II.Ill i
ep P o lic y C o -O rd in a tin g C o m mn it tee of tih e g e n e ra l e le c tio n o f m e m b e rs - -. ___________________________________
Le has done, and Btill is doing, most of the new Jamaica House of Rep- .. -
committee under h le chair- Ho ha.s confirmed the report that o



















Ir -st," commtte under t T OMOGLOBE- 4.30 Shoin 4.4 III it9RA K f
er inanship of my colleague, Mr. ne will not be able to devote the .45 'q B i
Wakefield. i.s covering the whole tine necessary to serve. E
1e1d of agricultural policy. Quite The directors of West indies =,, ,NOW NOW
nd obviously o ur committee cannot Sugar Company feel that Mr. Kirk. N OW- u t. e s he ,aa PLAYING
in leave out agriculture-it Is itlh wood would not have the time to
Ile, foundation of Jamnaica's whole vlndertake the duties of their repre- E, =/*orM P IR E LAYING
ra. economy y. But I hope that pc, ice tentative here and also watch over Orl l r) 1- --i .biS 1 =c
in, and harnionv will mark our rela- the needs of constituents, in theJCoeafiiaul.,y aily at -130 & 8.30 o
nd tons with titese two committees, event that he happened to be elect-
and that we shall be able to acc ed. They realise that public life t .... T
and endorse their views on an l already takes a greet deal of his 2ecstay *
It matters filling within our sphere." tiie, and they feel that he shouldFs
,nP+meigab no i Parley'rae ;l, aMtKvitWe addedor.that natu- B 'II
a. ]linot attempt further to expand these
ay Lab urPareyMr. Kirkwood added that natu-
rally. he was disappointed, but he GTfl of ma -
KINGSTON, Jamaica At ,a could not deny that his directors f
n e of the Tades U;Ionwere probably right. In any case she CoU1dm a
Council recently it was decided tol hp.felt that they had behaved very
at invite mlcpresentatiyes from the generously in allowing him to giveaB
his other British West Indian Colonies such a large slice of his time to Itop loving!
to attend a conference to be held public duties. t v !
here in 1945 to form a British West a
at Indian Federaition of Labour. Better Status
..I There Wa~s a full discussion and
It was decided that as soon as re- HAMILTGN. Bermuda. Address.
eon Plies are received from the other Itg over 500 members of the Portu- A.
te- Colonies the Council will appoint a Ruese community at the picnic of the
,is committee to prepare the detail Vasco Da Ganme Club on Hawkins
It is proposed also to invite fra-Island Mr. M. A. Gibbons, MCUR
ternal delegates from the island ce-Consul for Portugal at Bet 1-
theth sln seIlnsInprcurM
rr. under non-British rule and from nltida spoke of the opportunities DURBIN
an the self-governing republican couti- forthem to Improve their status in
nd tries. Gibbons referred to the advantages1VU
to Privilege Breaeh ? of education and the need to have A romance tender..lorious.heroic...
Privilege Breach? Bermuda-brwn Portuguese profes- -o"a"omance nt.trm of sG.. maker
of sional men. s O mea
ft. BRIDGETOWN Barbadoa-At a Mr. Gibbons saw prospects of theMt
~. meeting of the 9omme of Assembly Portuguese Government appointing 0 g5. 533 t gip N43 At 0 of "Mrs. Miniver" and "Rondom Harvest.'
onTusdy.a elCt committee a. full-time Consul to Bermuda. He &.s~ra-1bWkai Jag isj-reel Slusicalt-with the Delta
U, was appointed to consider whether said he would strongly recommend Rhythm Boys.F
there had been i breach of the that the appointment be made as =. .
.t privileges of the House by publi- soon as possible because the growth 0 0
ceucton Auguthe abcsAvct"of telocal Prugeecommunity GLOB -S n F'd06 GLOBE -Sm anai Joan a
n; on August 14 and Augtist 17 of cer- warranted such a step being taken, Today, 5 and 8..e Today, 5 and S.AM1
id tahn articles. If the recommendation i as accept- Domald O'Connor and Peggy Eddie Cantor and Constance o liover
The articles were brought to the ed Mr. Gibbons added, he would be Ryan In Moore In
Ir. attention of the House by the very glad indeed to assist the om- CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCK SHOW BUSINE$S starring RE N E D U N N K E
)r. speaker and the motion for ap- clal who wats seleeW,. Tosawow-- _Tomorrow--. j starring II'R'lNl" .UlNNEl
At. polntment of i select committee, The function was probably the They Live In Fear, and This Land is Mine, and AR
It. moved by Mr. D. Blackett and sec- most outstanding one ever promot- eful u Broke Sin Yur Worries Awa A CLARENCE BROWN PRODUCTION
onded by Mr. D. S. Payne, was ed on behalf of the Portuguese I III iNulButIBroIeIIingYourWI rriesI I ll MA. SHAL
passed by a vote of 14 to 3. people. Mr. Manuel A. Mendoncaa _. ........__nd with ALAN MARSHAL
by The committee appointed or- president of the Vasco D Gama hm
r C--_ CDtinV-
The Bridge of V A Four JIII In
Mahogany Tub Chairs, cane seats ..... 15.00 SanLu
Birch Dining Chairs, loose ruh seats 10.50 151I lit LT ()(LY MIPIC
S= ['r1011111' 1 1 10 p5. A.1O T'(1 ODi)AY 4.45.8 1 pMo.n. )
Folding Choirs '%ith Canvas-from 5.25 TODAY at 4.45 and 8.45-Lost Showing 2I,1l,,,.,
""-=,! MONDAY--
I Lath Seat and Back folding Chairs, in Cyp I TRlE GIBUS 1W, LEFT BEHIND

Bathroom Cabinets. BENNY GOODMAN and Hfin Orchestra.IiIM fU .r
,m 3 and Teak, Cord Tables, Ironing Boards, with AI.JCR rAVE, ARME MRaN). HI AKR B OIMUI U


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candid Comments By M. E. Farquhar
VWft eommmndable adempa perAut effect has temperate dimsmrd fte PWIe opimlon gh adan-
^ ^" ^ ^ ^ EAunt slad maythwr
Pi ,to b= s i.uuihtas" by thw ,N oIba 0. ,W"ht coloor meb in oo i0
review of medicalSAWhealthPolicyIn 7U Ad atli I ar cosio that un-
-t ist tro that thi" policy rWpomct a s1 It increases the Paa of ll discontent un-
chink In the ociarl mour and must be consc omAbly it Is n =aLy serom effective in-
.cpediti ouly. yet seldom have r5ohit10O5 te rfereIMee. But public d aome I in thi colony is
byp the AdministrAtlm received the distUne- a Sos a teprm beamd
limtedsecion ofthecommunity and s xuearyteqa
Ai robust resolution. Almost Incredibly, that. Til because the various interts in the
I be instituted immediately and what on Colony are rouped Into utmelated watcrtight coam-
like &Competent coumitte has been apartment, and while Individually they may object
F e" vocifeoutly to the Oovornment, they object to each
published record of the chairman reads well other no less and have little In common.
though, in some respects, it disappoints. Fortified in the knowledge of this assuranee, the
will not escape notice that elected members of administration In brasenly contemptuous of public
tStaire, whether designedly or not,. have been opinion and expresses this In divers ways, but none
tered a resounding rebuff and fnd no place more mischievously than In the matter of Informa-
comntittee. This In itself would amount to an tion.
ding omilssion if it were not consistent with the Here there is a stringently parsimonious ration-
known contempt of the Admninstration for oub- ing which starves the public of knowledge Indlapens-
Ison and an implied admtission as well of the able to Intelligent citlenshilp. Take a case in point:
st erility of elected members as a whole, the Hon'ble A. Mallard is an elected member of the
contention of this bareIMne, so long yen- Legislature. Within recent weeks, he has received
Son public platform and in the Press andl as what looks uncommonly like a permanent appoint-
tly Ignored by Government, now secures no- ment In the department of Hydraulics. (iActually his
y conspicuous affirmation, appointment is on the Water Distribution Authority
ordinary elrcunmtancea, it would be difficult Ed., 8.0.).
frain from taxing Government with gratuitous There may be excellent reason why, although s
S to the electorate when their accredited repee- salaried servant of the Government, he Should con-
asv are thus unceremoniously brushed aside in tinue to serve his constituents as their representa-
Wr of official nominees. In the light of common tlve. The constituents themselves may well be content
Oied 9 however, the Administration merely en- with an arrangement by which their member Is
tS t generally accepted discredit attached to assured to them. But for most people an important
Sof the reprcsentativ'a. principle is at issue and the dichotomy ismacks Of
dji unpleasant truth i. that the unrepresentita- rank opportunism.
chbaacter of the Legislature is a serious blot on Our Democracy li neither so fluid nor fexible
,Admnigtratlon. This must especially be the case that It has become normal fur a servant to question
a at the moment Bills of far-reaching signifl- the dealings of his master, still les. to criticise them
S I the Colony are in frequent debate. It is in public. Yet this is the delliantlyv heroic precedent
BelUrly odious that crmmnitments of substantial it is anticipated the Hon'ble Mr. Maillard will estab-
attions should be embarked upon by the Legis- ltah, and the portents are impropitiouis.
SCouncil, composed as it is now of a majority But it Is possible thaiut, here again, the Adminis-
ambers whose snlc title to repreWtitatlon rests tratlon assumes dutiful acqulescence as lite normal
*s9 shrewd verdict of their own personal election, role of elected members, in which case of course tlie
But the AdminiItration has never shown any principle does not emerge and little daminage is done
ilvenee to public opinion and has made it crys- In any event, the Adminlistratlon affects the
lear that while obligation is admitted to Downing wisdom of silence and hautklillly keps Its own c'.uo-
et, It is conceded in nn other authority besides. %el. None the less it exhibits angry resentment at
I is regrettable, for almost Inevitably, a system of any questioning, frowns on legitimate cuiriosity, bi
errntent impnsPd from without tends to breed complains wearily uo public apatli. Ti ull it, Ls a di,'
t6tide e*4d decrepitude fromn within. This in- situation.


Behind The Curtain


'. The magaat.iate pufted leisurely at lis c.igarette
qd u'rwyed the Coilrt, not from the t,:;d.tional
enoe of his magisterial Office, but from a (hair
wt thte reat of the court, The Clerk, hating
tedR the note-book that lay open before him
ted two namina to the uniformed orderly. A
nd later, tA du'tty walls echoed the names of
paons whose appearance was being sought.
The frightened boy followed by the thin man of
uium height edged catit.iolisly into the court. h'le
wore dark shades that tnade the expires.ion
-hls face difficult antil elquivocal. The magnlitrate
ooned t the laId "Cotme here. ho.," HL i manner
casuI1: ht voice kind. Rigid with trigh, the
comp)lietd. 'The titgistrite put lis hand gelitly
atlh boys should.
"Now. my bho '. iw dId voit get yours1,ii f into
I?' The bo.'s l'.er lip htnn l'eoe, his fa(e
with terror; and t ear:; welled in his eyes.
"What axe the farts,, nfflccr?"
The p oller >fti'er Rannds i p, and t ti le iun-t
[ -Vdfi' t r'ilvrii Ii ni a wouiai'. Wshand-bag ....
od to tho ,v. he RdmiIs evcry'tliing f'eelv anlid
li title pcru;ia..i'. Thliere Is another charge a
sCerioul Ot, Isrcakintz a1t elnte!nin,' lie was
lht red-hakided in a city offi e. after having
S v id WI')i a rw-driver, the ht)ris covering Of
&,afe-l'ck.
"Huh. *a It k r\[ir' t 13'" Thie magistrate
., itl ugtl : il i .eitl. "Officer, w. saiiV atteil)pt
do to d(lici'v )e w'thir tlihere was .s)me adult
all1 this? There must be He breaks off
er the problem In ailsice.
What's that character in Dickens again, who
Welot all the young ho"' in evil?" He appeals to
Brigadlrr (rlSivalinl Armnv who, together with
bother v.ifatre ofi' er! sit at a table facing him
d, after a while, tit piricndie'r, with a warm smile,
I Il t lain.
"That's thlu r)e "
STlirnt&toilt ill tWa tl h hie I>> a failur sitinds A

uropean Backdrop
Out of Hl "'a s er; king hmis. of i.'dt r '.ses
&e a A ,mil a ndt a fac't, 'h st.lrring In sound
once. It l.a something bevond all the
that have htappe'nled In this nierctlles' war an
The way in ht,''h the (itv of all riileti, went
hardest Iav hack t iiierlt\. wit li it.s peipie onil
bairrilcadris iit w; go (, liwn i'o history as anI
irinc protii'wini: i'nr'il
It, will Ite hiii|ir iithi Ilie time it will take
SrebUlJd li ha aI, been (d i.'sro\ed (it the heart of
.ce. Paris las groni. through! blooddy adventures
that) an i slway. it rose from tihe suhes in
thle splnipIlit' of it Incooiiritltiie appearance.
i time, ParitL will ri.t' greater thaii it ever was
Potts, greAt lAd mrnentirlrti lnes. 1 ,ie :ulng her
and among thie mail% allegorie to which It
been tiihejecrd, the cimparitsol with a woman
Been tihe mot iriustiomary. 'rji'. may not be very
tal nor very attractive hul. there is something
it. Paris was like the woman a man could find
ly once in a life-time. It was a nwomani who has
uty Bnd entiu.s, who can mile and be very grave;
wMnan who, like moMt women, lis whims but very
Tng ones. Such was Paris, Indeed.
What wtil he left when the dead are counted,
damages lltel? lHow many of its old buildings*.
long boulevards. its workmen's settlements, Its
Solstraightr ar'chlteiture will have disappeared in
streei.-hy-st reet, house-.v-lihouse fighting? The
-bearded hook-neller displaying hlls treasures
Sth he banks of the Seine: the connoisseur art-
er in &-me remote street of old Paris; the alert
dentA of the Latin Quarters; the midinettea, gay
p-gtrls of the rapitnl: the enlightened work-
ple of v'it industrial plants; the easy-going
eurs of the boulevards: how many of them will
paid with their lives for the re-birth of tihe
of whihi they have been an tnseparable part,
of them'


NO NO..
I CAN -
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TO WRITE DOWN I'M NO
THNINMGSIWANT NINNNYY
4H TNGPOCCERIS


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BESi ES BREACH
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and
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and
3 Coffee Street ,sa rd.

Central Board Of
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NOTICE


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--k7 4t A t
Examinations for the Certificates _
of the Royal Sanit.iry Institute for Of
Wat SANITARY, ib) INSPECTOR
OF MEAT & OTHER FOODS.
ic) TROPICAL HYGIENE and (d)
HEALTH VISITOR & SCHOOL
NURSE will be held at British DI
Guiana from Monday 30th October
to Saturday ,th November, 1944. A T
Intending candidates should com-
municate their intention to sit any
of these Eiminatiolns to the AL
Director of Medical Services. Hart
Street, Port-of-Spain, on or before at
31st August, 1944.
NORMAN MACLENNAN, Petit Valley, Diego
Director of Medival Services Martin
i Irlartin
Friday 1st Sept, '44
-... 1.30 p.m.


- By Ubiquitous


gaunti effilgy, liiise s!iAtilelf.sqlie anlid iiln -ctniilitt:1 .
gaze is riveted to Ii.s su,0t.
Again tihe police offiier speaks. Hlie takes a st N
rlous view of the hotlse-Litiaking. The boy reveal
clearly certain teittdetncits that, are disl.turbigii. H -it
the Brigadier interPnes, lie has iisnve'stigated til
<.se. Tie boy's latl heris n a thard-workling tlid respoli l
sible fellow who works and resides lit the countryI
He has cared tile boy well bI t 1the l latter, Intrii-
gued by the prikspect of 'lt.-Itl, had w itten to an
aunt IIn Port-ol-Spain allegitng crutlty to him biI.'
Ills father.
'lite lio., entiiuallY, had fiiinl hIs wly to tII j
I'lly rlid lal:'n up rtslide'icc wit h li h itunt. No lOi'i
fin si(ool. Bilad (iOiipitiy 'IT'l hiltiul i('r begs thu
tIlhe boy be o, iiti ltt I'd to his tat lie', c',tre .ind ('infintll( I
t) t le ciiiniy. lark shades (alt no longer hide th 'L
Iears II tilei, t 'tt.iers es.e
Th'l'ir Iltliis!Ilte' all.s tie beoy (t lo i llt td enmpllh- i-
lsises .hiet hte ie iie'''lY being git'eti a hletilie: he
is Oil a hitinl aid i tluIIt i ui. k i an eiotlil !i> inetnd it1 '
wHvS. Soli'oille Ilut'ltiillis that thet'Vi arte two wit-
linses. Alli lilhil, brillng t'i'itl itl.
T t uag|,islrapte 'peaks it) the two sitneses "Hal ih
it htelt ails ext)('l.st,' 'o yuu io ('Utile lihit. ? Youl I 1'
Aoluld0il w, nt I i) accept ione tev froti this poos: am
mian?" Thle efTect Is Immedlate, Thie witnes.s'us shiak, -.*
their heads, bow altd smtlie Thle lathler iminbleis No
Ilis gratitutdr: and father mind son dejectedly 11 For
out of ihe court.
'The magistrate constlt.s hi.s book. confers wit' 'P,
lila clerk, attd another little group of forlorni atnd .R
frightened faces appear, And so the scroll uIinfold, Aim
I left the Juvenile Court over which Mr. A. Do
H. Masaont presided, and walked out into the spa- Ic,
clous and reassuring day. Recalling the experience. ,
T find the figure of Mr. Masson standing out, above
the nightmare of poverty and sordidness, in inmpres-
sile and almost heroic outline.
Such depth of wisdom and understanding. Siul'.
rich hiiniiin solicVitude snd sympathy. Since Mi.
ouiiti K:. Wharon rr<'aced the magisterial bench lit
Port-of-Spain for an only too flectiittl spell, we have
not seen Its e uiatl i-


By Eric Burger
I'( I' ie tihe question niens looking Intto thlie
deeper .siglilcance of the fivht lfor Paris. Those
'men ant d women of Paris have taken tip arms, as
i heir ani'e.stors did In revolt against another oppress-
ion. They Ihave .showt., as their anle'storis did. that
thlepople of PaHrI is do not unrde'rstitd any Jokes
whten it has come to lihat. There iS a saying that. the
Plare de la nCon'orde, Paris' niosi imposing place,
hlis htiet built on tihe bloodshed of thie F.'enlch
Hevoluttion. There will be now many streets, blocks,
whole arTodils.nieti's to be re-bulli oil tthe blood-
shed In tlhe peoples flight for the freedom of their
beloved city,
He who has Paris, has France: such runs some
political proverb. T 'ie people of Paris, of France have
given it a final refutation. The Hitler gang had
Paris atid Frain'e for four grulesolne years. They
never got the people.
T'ihe people of Paris, through their fight, have
made their city as great, as It hhas never been before
in a long atnd turbulent htstor. There will be,
when this war ts over, ntany graves of many unknown
soldiers around Paris and all over France; not only
one memorial as for the one of the last war who is
buried under the Arc de Triontphe, in the heart of
Parts., with the eternal flame burning through the
night.
That the people of PartL mnet an enemy who
even on the one-way ruad to defeat did not observe
fairness and gallanttry, makes their example all the
more astounding.
The ttunfairnesm of the Nazi command In Paris
however, will serve as another lesson for too-soft
pedeatrlans to victory who do not stop a.kingr a
"fair deal" for defeat",d Germany. Hitter's gatileiter
In Paris signed an et.'tlice with the people, repu-
diated It in the last. minute. Don't forget the nice
trick, humanitarian gentlemen!
The Nazi gang die as they lived: breaking their
word.


16 FORTYVW
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|) na iafe l~n mthr werel re-tlo which lowevMr wee icrncR Te ilv In[PTn i ntp vet th UC *wii,, ., wiA l, iJ. 1 ^ tiU'^
ter einsr pIed although soine l~nlpuillg up al., of the VInll- iita aard I 'htottl IiS 151 gllet i ''ll*, ez, Ill 5.11 All Ithe .hi lmtt-ti I tql m -t ira .IaI e;edur d ,el' t
B Rl n their w ere ir t ott l l l'e i! t tie'tA nu ewspaper cl "1 l\It t ltinl t I It R ilii'd Ith. 41 i Fiv Mlttiiri l M Mr ii" lit
Sthe benepiieA s o Il Ort q!:- ohe Iol 1 ar Hil N*1 to n btil being cn l-l tied Itrph e by MI;PlorM 0, lle ER j* *
i preferred to pay thane I ad.'"l'- nI- amir rt lce t'd lo '; l d li Nto sl e ttit id Stallt-a it 'rf till.lt '- 111
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red ^ T^ ^ andntjo s projfc' if tiieteIn r hyi-est."" It sk d hit Mlii i ll dst id l rr l "AIkrI|kill
i thise aillwhOrichr- p:,ad Ie fia a ~c if HlV* ti o' brakih eil t hl, I F reed Par's [till% 4~edt tP a-11PI~f
til to all IlitatIiIt)d Wei'a at25 miles to the saouitlit s:Iaalaertar tah' crtmelishiruIt-litmonoPotiT r,%




p r Ofatiery f ilaxftion the i- oileihs sti he ld by le ( l I glittlllllmitth hii t ill t h i t ,Alit tI ti t| ,
b testatfer of title, ants I" fte a harroi i d 't 1s i ^ ll'ltuso hI a e a t p ly Ivl _ Ger ma tyt lt *' -
tritaohea odnaed rdu n t h le and puwbrchas O ih tcher, the l'et -kaot n tt 1. hbu lilrllhll Nof 5 t ilt h ti v 'A il .l_ ltl llI'e i +l).m T'h l- *II J | .....
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s S oro cabl, bo than In prchsu art requred os l (iod io t it. it
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senii ianfa u writd lton I Sdgine t I "1 1'i u aider th e ithhiiiitrus II lte inni T hle w i ttlatI ttml~thl CIli titII'') P lc A 1 .l
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TINUSO t eOM PA tt ej Control Board notices ob, l a 1 t. t l en.1.i K ing Mic titPteiforI hAllr iG al tI AWMtt'C lld a thV 1,.t. ,ll otill II I h,\ Of tl"
t-he nece.s it y for obtlaic inf per a ite hie teu-sed t latreariv ert II hn. It pato Nl' Wn-ttoI d III #t l A 1Vi4l>ht. lN 11 I ti' fr"ti 1 HaIpV 1 Ymr1 ""l f l ,1 Tb Kl
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u ato p rch se these litedso tol d l he tither ,^.l t ie ttothu.s i nirG t om n i rttilt ni Ii \ ly i-,,l Ash .ji lt 1 thl tOltnii f,,:141 .I...1. 7i"ll ih I.! 5D < V .
a rp a th ia mn o u n ta in R e1ax ti1OfI o f ca b le restr t' t onA th a t ihtey e u ld 1xp e ct n oi h1iis ff rt i. hle lit4e d tth t this' l ih o t a1s
In ha from .om n 1a to follows ligh t improve ent c In phe from i the three big powe -l a id lie-d I o -%lil I l ') tiled, ad t l I ill (' tk, h ill, I.,' I#if- A i i
BI ard Tl and"if thiu supply po hit voui which, however w oere s Ariim'cing o t heinse llgii d thi mil l d id not l flr i..Pt tl i. A.I t i,,0 -t 1 i|. I
R heihads il twier c ur l does not et t o ontrole f the ntereto i o lshevsMn He Cit o t\ thll li ther A lt'chsl,1 Tre ul i lt t ie I tilt- tit-totlt a at *! .,I i Ih
were in the Carpdthisrn A rgea rde iron and st e.i ow- [n euter e ar d that the OLr. cralk t ti ull IngtGet lnera lArd 4 le, M I' T t'intii0ii- M.o T, B B it.
ab~ove tuig OGaata CVi'.i.eer li i eXpl~ined that dUrimi~ mmmni alttemp~ted to alel hthe hImt tour of lthe lhihstatd AlCM s i 'rl mr-ist.ht I ~
i attack through the his reent vat o New York, th' radio estat1on, Radio ROiltii- and wtnt I oht ii llI AitSO1EN MOTOR I hf t I ) 1 h ho ikiu lt1 ) a r HO
I fortfed area between sed retry of the ControA Bedt dia- but were tttrown back ] whet. lit e n l itiir i el %tillr %% tiitl r ilt-Il-lei-ial de-llttt ,nal C....anid-t ll%%lt )1 q.lhi'rllMlt t F 1
etl i and the Drai nube are cssei d thu posIitron wi thg. r Ir n to de ltoftnyJa \rR In i uPai rel t 0t iieA a'HI'1 t1 l i
S in d patches to be supplies l nd utllsatlo n of building -- -. Tl e rIpttle n (wf oplapnr-at VoA iper te dlit P. )b d W ddutp lt r I Iteiti fhKtols iAtt el
toll bieiingaer riedw it,. art O W r sawt lenaiderd a i ts 3ltl i L ia taer i t p ti ll I T rl., Ie t' ll t I li
prief trrtd Itopay th Ill as e Mell.IM tar tie It K AIIP
sil gaInts were also made on ,shh Colonies Supply MisSlot, He PI arts OffXarsaw lal inil l4ry tr1un1ph lne he con. te t of (!tittlllelrl i it 1T ( llll-4 1riR P1
Bill provideds Draw Adalloicti^ (4fa erille^nt a m dS t* I. C*V-t a" svn | PlnM TEMa I flr E ie
ilt on As far a timber w fas con- Re ore B ring which oAllie ,,o p, had ,.,,t, Y" me elf lit t il
, 0. there s cerned was serious atd that wh en- re oi t-me way from l herhoti tWo hoU e wa. WII -lmd by M A I
t B ,la l, fr.os inbeyond fallen r waesardised ta nt t desurp y p----i faithful f tile SALE Igi. t i i i. .1 ir io' cIt csw e
I id o the fiot nori east ever possible, reinforced concrete Burn InPart. ile toLok omm"nd of the.t WI W an .h911 tilid iof tlf Irf Irt l
Tlmrw whee Berlin sa itd or other ma tero'ls should be tautsed MOSCOW, At iyr, 6l (AP --i A P triiai tirln 14 dayn K lgo, Ctlt ambr. .N
_-te wa7 ain bv sthe ictne s olt h eni lbu idng p urO~ctase i ti ul eti ron the wUn-ionololl (,, h wish Gen e .iI totn ttCh e ttily, 'Aofdabeboh nslatddndIo ia tometaormfniipitmio otiier epttHIatM kxcehleltey ilt A111K.X31




S far Wys( tkon. 27 miles preference to tr nier. Patriots reported today t a t th erP hd bli n an rll rml it' -ltl t il i ll i e
uH the embattled b Polish In u acor.nce with this ave the southern nd western rkn ptlot o e a tll tit d Pat teller mheh ml rv I r
n Bland to facilit alte the Publi c I ear- las actions of Wliaraw ie Inmt-nt.' whery the Al t min me by t he p WI al Poli to whih Io o
th~ter slated that a Ru, ryinlg It out, the order has been flaiies' with flIghtlngl ii progiresslIt would move their troopm In and theiy hald b.een apeclally Intli. al M otor
ah eated., redcing the nIumber o f the lid-lowli secli otn Thd bulla, out uaf th. oily ini i-t Ito llun t feo e Pdi- Il1tilg the itt'llgB L WTiE'tBELTn ?
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Roma ian unisrhveaI-et pu cha e rtese Item .dtldrhe the7satoit c' 11crdi l a hot ranthe noolish Ile14p1,t%('I .i K t4oodlm Inlia Ttht elp MaktT. A--' o G







olintrie rtroii-et' a*** G E N E 1RA1 T R A S P R 01111 the. R 1 041 '" IQ .4wo I.I.M to
Carpathianh,,ub- 3. Thcse three i te es t which are t its t hit~pmar- the struttile ha. ThIN was at s'l'lnnt'c with ptlholtlt le tliihlI A O
c-lashes be till i short itl~pply atre coat~ed suLalded L'then it flares agtaIn. htM paltoiS' Nftilci~ietnt hhhi thu.' ('tnlilttlai t i-.hls l id N V Iii ASi
t omn ane s omanr n ,nthe fold uncos ted sheets less than e flames e tveloing whole secrto ari miatice had ben violhaed by IIeptatyII Ot.le. Prti de1 lit tadi ctOw' v e r0il t Ih O eroal : ....







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anal Tambushel anid took mhmu wirt chalhisean e ,d wettl e of th f c iity theit,( mid t who tprlevet IeaA,----- -- t I
"e To mn athein M os c ns A' i t St pten t ber 1931o the He ..-. --tf BliATtV1 i.-0w1.-. 1 1"
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n Isolated gi t roups ni kthe nionent to s ri oi sh stLg- lil 1111 t t INNT llNi tt &itNiN
Jrdai by ortilleryoand Rates -l gle" withOa i pi'evrouwbly comk ingle----d----- ipI--vo"I
pors ,ore b than es Cut Like ho an underataiding with the o lid e i lil ) 1 1 01 .
Ip an tha a eus at at ttere will th a 'AS01ENt ,ej,,,i .%,,I,, tat ,N FEIRNANDIO J EWEIIPEI
Irnlp lrd nh the i' s u ductlon of the rates of b dhe inT-,p,,f- added that the uprising 'which rjt1L)U1J LII V1,t hllll f.I* I ih ,i t Itt li1e1nd
mS of thm Roonanian of- a telephone service in cite eould only1 reulVt in the pnnecC-
B ar t lanticairy sacrifice of Polish blood' wa a dhialt PON (,""I mM a-.+
PhD gins ere Io m veryo n Clnear fuurep asep reMssin Hed aluarts fW ra ane d 4h ri op




Iyll then Hon'blet eorge d Nob- to demonstrate lbs with 4", 3" and h" intakes i IlITAyi/bo mLIcea.IiEd.T J(1lI,
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Drawt of mngl -iecow-of the Home Au-my at the moment C. Iyfre letot-oHoselei awlomdby PR INTER
ItWWol teron tadr Dr w Trinidad Conss olidated ephonretegotP(a.ort s.wereebeink conductedti
Ltd., in an interview with l le tinMoscowtwhltUnic ouofPolld d eideo
bli't ws F ri, Game .Sunidm a bulrdian." hum, let -n ihidut.
%**,oorWyskor. 2 mies refeenc totim er.PatiotVreprtm toay hatthe aI is ales.eNar(iPifPh3t aid.prit iteilo0 li@miltar
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and inllac Corleidento n negotiation for reducIn ca the j-olaiai situation inI Poland.whh o ab h al Pol i w i
AIi7f 26-liooy de- rates were atn present underway ........ ................... ............ .. D e r ,
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fb sAnForest Lead In SA.F.L. Sese
*T-r-c AYtm rTAes


reward s Show Brilliant

lrm in League Tourney

le-adr Geeuih CsseM-s-t
LA B XA. August M.--hs battle for posOan of the /Mark
y-Start Shield, competed for under the auspices of the ouMthern
A tur Footba Lealgue, gives promise of being an exciting finish for
u acy between U.B.O.T. Sporting Club, the 1943 Champions and
tReserve F.C. their mcat dangerous rival
ilth the solitai, exception of ,4--
JBrighton-Apex fixture, the 1
round of games have been ,1| | ,i
pleted with the U.BOT'Sr andjlCasuals AnllU
Pet bracketed at the top of the l _
ue table with seven points each
eir creditasrevealed in the Q .R .C Clash
t wing c ttables'--Ioa
S PW L D oa s Tomorrfow
T. 4 3 0 I 18 7 7
bon 3 1 2 0 4 11 2 Queen's Royal College, who have
S3 1 3 1 1112 2 not gained a point in the I. 14
T rd league tourney to date will be
battalion 4 0 4 0 4 19 0 clashing with a reshuffled Casuals
then B 0 4T9 and Forest. met In the opener of this week's
tw weeks ago, the game resulted T.A.P.A. first league games on the
ina draw in which no fewer than A. sociation ground tomor%)w.
t goals were scored and when Highlights of the fixtures will be
t meet at the Mahalca Oval in the sporting Club-Shamrock en-
tlr return fixture, a grim battle counter oat Wednesday,
f championship honours will Following this will be another
itely be the result of the feature match between Notre
eC. Dame and St. Mary's.
-rom the table, it will be ob- The Saints having a fifty-fifty
Sealed tha, prolific scoring Is the chance of getting in the first
5d.aifnating of almost every game five.',will try to Improve their -
piled in this competition and sition on the standing againstX
Ilkeepers of the various teams Dames, who holding sixth berth on
a experiencing a most trying sea- the league's standing, will take
as the leading forwards of the the field on Thursday determined
Oripetltion are at present In to stop the College boys.
riping goal-scoring mood. Following is a list of this week's
Ahamad Charles. who recently games:-
represented this Colony with dis- FIRST LEAGUE
tiSctlon in the Intercolonial foot. FIRT LEAGI
1tl series agaltinsa, Earbados, heads Mon.-Casuals vs. Q R.C.-+Refeiee:
1t list of goalscorers with eight Eden. Linesmen: Mr. JofIre
iliant goals to his credit. C. Z. ErAt ano Mr. N. Kilgour.
Bin has scored five, A. Christo- Wed-Sporting Club vs, Sham-
pher five and' A. Phillip five, rock-Referee: Mr. Eric Ai-
yera who have scored four goals mandoz. Linesmen : Mr. H. R
as follow" : L. Lumden, A. Murray and Mr. J. Yeates.
H. rant, Ken alt, Thur.-Notre Dame vs. St. Mary's
aurviile. MrVctrRhad
flpte Heath has scored 3, Natty Referee: Mr. Victor Richard-
8ly 8, Gerry Gomes 2 and E. son. Linesman:M 1. M Errol
Lw of Brighton 2. Ycat and Mr. L. Locke.eree:
__ _Sats-Coll vs. QRC. Referee:


Team Falls For

7 In Cup Game
Sunday Guardian Correspondent
CHAGUANAS, AUg. 26-Sensa-
tional bowling feats featured the
first round of the Dr. PIsasad
cricket competition, which ltartled
on Sunday.
Youngsters of Chauannas weirc
mowed down for a paltry seven
rur:s against Cockspuis of the
Sla e district.
Chiefly responsible for this feat
were R. Hw'rlkl and L. Budhu. who
trundled five and three wickeLs lor
one run respectively.
. In YoipWer second venture
Whe scored J runs, p. abuILm was
[Mt scorer with 17 runs: while L.
Rudhu took four for three and R.
I3s'llal three for two were again
retponsible for this low tally.
After scoring 26 in their first
knock, Cockspurs closed their sec-
!ond Innings at. five for 125 runs
L. Budhu batting Ixlliantly,
knocked up 57 runs. Other -aselsi
*scorers were R. Mvngray 21, R
Bupersad 17, and I, Nathashigh 14;
while their opponents' bet ucowlers
were A. Pramsook three for 13, and
three for 48, and B. Babuimn three
for 13.


Mr. tUSSPii ul GU. i. ,I11'tiM.
Mr. 0. De Mattos and Mr. L
Jardlne.
INTERMEDIATE
Tues.-Q.R.C. vs. Notre Dame on
New ground -Referee: Mr,
Harold Achong.
Tues.-Maple vs. Sporting Club o.,
and Class ground- Rtleree. Mr.
Richard (Jo iA.
Frid. -Sliatmnir k vs *1. M:irv'1 o01
2nd Class ,r):id R)efi c,.
Mr. Ken Laugnill:.
Frid(.- Q.R.C. vs. Coll- on N "'.,
ground Referee: Mr. if. I:-
nlett.
Sat,- F.A. Arm vs. Casuals at
Piar(o--tReferee: from Piarco).
SECOND DIVISION F.A. GAME
Mon.-Provldence vs. Windsor (G)
o(in 2nd C.a's ground- Referee:
Mr. Errol Yeates.
Month. Invincible vs. Malvern OH)
on New ground-Referee: R V.
M('hitosh Clarke.
Wed. Men of 'G' vs. Men of 'H'
on 2nd Class round Referee:
Mr. Prior Jones.
SECOND LEAGUE
Thur.--Woodford vs. 'Guardian' on
2nid Class groiid--Refer(,c:
Mr A V .Wsddcll


ODRIENTAL WIN groutId--Referee ; Mr. ;. John-
son.
Oriental of Bank Village, new- The service transport wrll leave
Comet, ill this cumpetailoa, soid ri
a grand victory by an Innings til l helgrand stan( at 4 pm. on Sat-
leve run.:, hlien they cla.shed with uirdna: for Piar'co
Urlon CC.. ...
Baiting first the Orientals scoredi W i Cup G
4 runus, S. Dukhl 31. J, lore 16, Wilson C Games
H, Duteil 1, whlle H, Khan four
t, Were best bowica, hr0 To Start Today
Union replied ,Attli 31 and 6 T 6,
Ramnarine playe'a an aggrcssir The Wilson Cup Sunday morning
innings of 44 in his seoniu knock .oi.petition will get underway this
Wlile Slew Sankar captured inle morning.
for 17, and two for 23, H. Dukhi Following are the first round fix-
OtL three lor six, and 0. Syjad two Lures: -
or four. I Londoners vs New Oxford, Re-
The second round games of the free Mr. E. Holder.
r. Pt'asad cricket cup will 8tari I Lancashire vs UGibraltar. Referee
tomorrow, August 37. Mr. R. Holder.
Cosmino vs Franco Printery. Re-
- free Mr. A. Landy.
i Beethoven vs Perseverance. Re-
GUARDIAN-Q.R.C. TODAY feree Mr. R. Wilson
G uardiva F.C. will pp se Sbateurs vs Beacons. Referee
Redii," a team of College play- Mr. Prior Drakes.
rs In a friendly soccer game on Matches will sitirt at 9.15 pro-
.IasIiS ground at 4.45 o'clock cisely
inis afternoon. The New Oxford team will be
Ouaidlan will play: W. Reece; picked from the following:--
I. Tu1. T. Davllar; L, Jagger- T. Lee Cyow; C. ASen. L. Lewis.
lautl%, L. Noel, H. Lovelace. Fectild', A. Branch, R. Toussalnt, W. Raw-
aoloon, R. Lee Lau, J. Clarke, linson. J. Olivier, Peterson. H.
llPet-r.. Glasgow, C. Layne, K.
Bosslerre, W. Permel, A. Patterson.
-' and C. Clarke.

Show Your Good FURNITURE SALE
Judgment 95 HENRY STREET.
S onn ,THURSDAY, 1S13 AUGUST 1944
By Demandina IAt 1.30 P.M.


are on lU lted
at
*rool Distlilery
0ked by-
1BOHIERKX CO., LTD.
CANING CO.. LTD.
r &LL CO, LTD.
V. C. ROSS & CO., LTD.
uXWITm GROCERS LTD.
Bi... Etc.
he Finest Obtainable
It Um b*Uk with
The GoWew
LA400e1.1


Instructed by Mrs. M. Maynard
who is leaving the Coloy. I will
sell by Auction the following useful
household furniture-


SouthToHoldl S.AF.A. Aces Shine As W.I.


26-Mile Walk Xl Earn 2-2Draw In Englanl


John Asche To Try
At Rousseau's Record
On September 3.
SIun GOlil~lan Oempe mlneL.
LA.RIA. Aug. 26--The annual
26-mlle walktln, race from Ban
Fernando to Point Fortin, pro-
moted by the Point Portin Sports
Committee and held under the
joint patronage of Mr. Nelson
Betancourt and Mr. F Mar-
riot. General Manager of United
British (Trinidad) OUflelds will be
held on Sunday, September 3.
Dominating feature of the race
will be the number of youthful
contestants from various parts of
the Colony.
R. Madoo of U.BO.T. whose
style of walking Is fashioned
long orthodox apd methodical
lines, has taken entry ard is de-
termined not only to win the
special prize donated by Mr.
Marriot for the flrst competitor
from Point Fortin to reach the
finish, but to wrest supremacy
from the stout-hearted John
Asche.
The record for this race is 4hr.
10min. established by Vivian Rous-
seau In 1939, and John Asche, the
1942 and 1943 winner has served
notice that he Is going all out In
an effort to break this 5-year-old
mark.
Among the many competitors
that have already taken entry In
the event are the following: John
Asche. Compton Aller, Keith
Lamotte, George Brown. Bertie
Murphy, R. Madoo, Theonhilus
Roberts. Reeginald Alfonso. Prince
Ayers. the 1941 winner, who will
be stagingR a come-back, Cornelius
Joseph. H. Jackson and a number
nf budding athletes from Point
Portin.
Mr. Timothy Roodal, Mavor of
San Fernando will start the race
at 10 o'cock.
More than a dozen well-trained
youths have already taken entry
in the 5-mile mP,'thon rac' from
Kern Tri'-idad (I"o-lds to Point
Fortin and a grand battle for si-
premacv is a,'tlcipated This
event will begin at 330 o'clock in
the afternoon.

Netball-Cup

Presented
Expressing that he might be the
oni;,y one to view sport in a greater
light than the majority ef sports-
men in the Island, Mr. Nelson Bet-
a:ncout't, father of County cricket
here, presen'.ed tl,f' P'mrerton
Netba:l Challenge Cut) 'o ;-ybil Day,
captain of the Eajics Club, who
won the cup for the current year,
at a function hed aL a city restuar-
ant on Friday night.
This beautiful chalienge cup was
donated by Sir Edward Cunard who
was present, to the league, in which
five clubs took part, and by a grand
display throughout the season un-
der the captaincy of Sybil Day,
Eagles, of which Defiance are their
alternaters won the cup.
Miss Marion Isaac. and Miss V.
Perez, speaking on behalf of the
N.L.NL.., congratulated them on
their suc'i,'ss and stated that their
applioatlon for affiliation to "he
league was given the fullest consid-
eration, and that they were g'tid
to see that the Pemniberton League
had not matured to oppose them,
bu: to lend their utmost co-opera-
tion.

B.O.B. Show

On Wednesday
BO.B. "show of shows" at the
Prince's Buildl-ng on Wednesday
night, consists of weight lifting,
with Trinidad eaces in the 1321b
class, Tom Jackson, R. Wilkes
and Seon Gonzalves wrestling with
topnotch grapplers George Dal-
rymple and Isaac Quamlna, Carl-
ton Bonas ard Llewellyn John;
acrobatics by the Junior Comman-
dos led by 0. Wellington and Miss
Carmen Tollita; muscle control by
Lalla and aI& Roche; body beauti-
ful contests: "chisel," head-deep
glass balancing truck with 'acid,
and finally two boxln, exhibitions
bv Joseph Vincent, Belmont's
mighty midget, and Callee, St.
James midget terror, who will
oppose Winston (Blackheadi Ber-
nard and Joseph de Souza re-
spectively.


FURNITURE


\LE

18 bengal Street,
St. James
Wednesday, Aug. 30,
1944-1.30 p.m.


Instructed by Capt. M. Dunlap,
2 Large Cedar Wardrobes, 1 Crap. we will Il all his good and useful
Wardrobe; 1-4ft. gn. TU Post Furniture such as:-
ed with Spring and r Pair Simmons Beds with Spring
Bed with prin, and Fibre Mat- an Springfiled Mattresses, binglel
tress; I Hair Mattress; 2 China Bed Spring and Mattress. Co. and
Wash Sets; 1-f -. ns. Tall nPost Mattress. Dressing Tabl and
Iron Bed with F bre Mattress: ; Stool, Wardrobe Lno Closet.
Cedar Linen Presses; i Crap, Medicine Cab'uet, Fur Rugs,
Sureaux with Mirror; l-4tt. Wa h Shaving Cabinet, Dining 'Table
Stanlud witn Tiles and Imported and u Chairs. Diner Se; of 26
Marble; 1 Crap. Book CanS eI Pliees. Tea Set of 14 Pieces, Din-
rAas Bell; I Bircult Jar; I Mashog- ner Wag.la, China Cabinet, X.P.
any Couch; I Cenre Marble Table; Ware. tandt."g Lamp. ettee,
3 rSmall Centra Tables; 4 Rockers; Table, 4-Burner Oil Stove, Kit-
1 Chitfonierre; 3 entwoo Ulhalra; chent Utensils, Mincer, Olass-
SDininug Chairs; a Meat Safcs 3 ware. Decanter. Tea Tia..s
Assorted Chairs; 1 Dinner Wag&Ia.m;I C!"e Pans, Bread Pan. Bucket,
I 81de Board: 4 D wing R om' Balh Pan. Cushions and Curtain
Lamps; .' KLlectrfto w es.. I e Rods,. Plants, 'IWo Bicycles. Elec-
tension Dining TaMe 1 Small Din- trick Sewta Machine, Rad;o and
ing Table; 1 KteA1 Table; 2 Stand, One O JC. RFlRIOGRA-
Small Desks; 1 China Tea set R, etc.. etc.. albo Electrlc Iron,
Large Assortment of Orockery;A Electric a'n. 2-Burner Hot Plate.
Number of Pictures; ItSuits and anii Beverage Cooler.
Lot of Bhirt; l Drawin Items on view day prior to and
Carpet. morning of sale and
Goods on view on day prior to TERMS-CASH.
and morning of sale.
R.A 9 Boyd & Hutchinson Ltd.
AUMOZw. &Auctioneers.


fuwdy uuemsn wmirpeun"
BAN FERNANDO, August 2--Carlton Farrell and Walter Archbald
two B.A.F.A. soccer stars were outstanding on an West Indian R.A.F.
XI which oppomd an Englioh R.A.F. XI in a soccer contest In Mg
land on August 14. _---- -- -.
The match ended In a two-all t A T
draw although there were alx pro-
fensionals on the Englishmen's lBanta I To
team.
News to this effect was received
by Mr. Ulreic a re'.stlve of carlton Fi t
farrell now serving in the armed T t
forcs. Amateur itle
The match Is said to have been
keen and the goal scorers were C.
Parrell and Desmond Johnson of
Barbados one each for the West Ephnrilim Serrette, and Everald
Ind''ns and Sgt. Cox who excelled Jardine, two top flight amateur
and Flight Sgt. Miller one each for bantam weights, will battle for the
the homesters. 118-pound title on September 14 at
*.AF.A. FIXTURES the Prince's Building.
.A.A. FIXTURES This title i1 held by Eustace
Lanes will do battle with Lease- Luengo, who through doctor's or-
holds in the key match of the ders will not take part in the game
S.A.F.A. first league shield fixtures for some time, therefore leaving
for the week. the title eligible to be contested for
Both team will be going all out by the next two best men.
in an effort to get in the "Big Serette since his advent in the
Five" and the encounter should be [, me has fought three fights, win-
a thrill packed one. ning two and losing one, while
Il.st year Leaseholds trounced Jardlne has only lost one fight in
their opponents In their first en- hia long boxing career. At one
gagement, they have not met since time he held the flyweight cham-
and Lanes no doubt will make a big plonship of St. Mary's College.
bid to avenge that defeat. The contest is promoted by
The fixture lists is as follows:- Hamll Yates, part proceeds of
Monday: Naparlrrn-.i vs Victoria which will be donated to the St.
Tuesday: Spitfire vsSt. Benedicts Joseph Convent Rellef Fund. The
ThuAday: Sheffield vs Commandos card is as follows:-
Saturday: Lanes vs Leaseholds. Lawrence As..nm vs Cyril Francis
INTERMEDIATA (Belmont Orphanage .
E. Serrette vs Everald Jardlne
Monday: l'zabad vs Sheffield. ,(St. Mary's College Champion).
Wednesday: Melbourne vs Coast Louis Barradas vs S. Greenidge.
Battery WS v T.L R. O'Brien vs L/Bdr. Tom Hope.
Friday: HlS. va T.L.L. C. (Big Coomi Dixon vs Len
INTERMEDIATE RESULTS Boyce.
An eight-man Lanes outfit scored B
a five-one triumph over Comman- FOUR ROUNDERS
dos in an S.A.F.A. Intermediate
fixture at Skinner Park yesterday S. Sheppard vs E. Nunea
afternoon, commandos missed a R. Borte vs Sgt. Boyce
penalty in the first half. The goal Carl Parrls vs P.C. runner
scorers were, Lanes: T. Benjamin Bi.-thwaltc.
three, H. Procope and E. Moore one R. Legal vs H. Mascall (Bel.
each. R. Phillips netted for Comn- Orphanage).
mandos. '"One Punch" Holder vs I. Keith.


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Director's party which was to
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when kidneys are active again IJ
If you suffer frequently
from backache you can be
fairly certain that Kidney
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kidneys are two of the hard.
est worked organs
in your body. They ,
act as the body's
filters-preventing
impurities and
poisons from es.
caping into the
blood. Weak and sluggish
kidneys cannot do this
important job properly.
Not until those kidneys
are active again can you
be certain of getting re-
lief from aches and pains.
That is why De Witt's
Pills are prepared es-
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on the kidneys. Once in tg

THI IMPORTANCE Witt's Pills
OF THI KIDNITS soothinginfl
As the blood Ing and resaw
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carrus ur. | I the kidneys o ft
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system of im. matter.
purites, too. Cells die off. In a very few
Bacteria breed and throw off kidneys are hi
toxins. Imtpurities are dis. ..
charged into the blood from to healthy ac
certain glands. The blood Poisons anda
absorbs these impurities- filtered out OI
and every drop of blood is stream. Your bi
filtered bythe kidneys. Thus, pa in .1i
healthy, active kidneys are joint pains qui,.
essentiW to a healthy body. If you sufferI
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: Shut Out


WThompson Plays Rings

Maroons Defenders
a,. ________-_
gu.uW from their state of lethargy, and on a ground
&h the playing of water polo, rudely checked an up-and-
outfit to the tune of three goals to nil, in yesterday
.45.A.F first leaguer played before the Grand Stand, at
park Savannah. 4-
by Jeffrey I
'I.P.easeholds Xl
@ Uvnter~ and Frank G 4 n un iu
the Casuals line-up, I- M'tJtO sllA lUQ '
gax'ogMns of a big per rr
g1trsikng potency, and ttI / l 1
-half of the match Suffer Third1
and Jim Harding
spectatc'a time and
rings around tie-D e e tI o
____as Defeat In Row
pson g ores't did as*
,l&h the 'aen~O Sunday Guardian Correspondent
,g Ken Warner and SAN FERN.NDO, August 26-
K silly at times. Leaseholds suffered their thinr
mos won by a co;n- straight defeat when they wen
they only di:.played under to Carlton by 3 goals to
sand g striking power in a S.A.F.A. first league shie-l
m the sobriquet encounter Skinner Park this after
th Army" two years noon.
The game was tame and one bI
t heir victory yester- which both sides neglected a num
lmont Boys have risen oer of chances.
enviable penultimate All tile g were scored in the
s te league table, and second st-si,.-, and it was onl:
ints to their credit. in after Leachoioas had reduced Carl
have a sporting t
g the coveted "first' t',s two-godl lead that the game
on coetet e a little lively.
stanza of the game. Thisl hve.lness was only for
eded in holding down '. '6 while as Carlton put th
to a one-nil lead. issue beyond doubt ju-t as th
Eollmen had began pressing fo
4rthe start Sonny Moore, an equtliser.
Sfor Colts mutlffed a Brathw?'te, Ryan and Clark
rtunlt.y of putting his scored one each for the victoria
vlan, when he shot wide while Maca jlay Lheppard. Carl-
ga ready made pass ton's full back netted on his owl
geeg Bertie Harding. side, in attemptir a push back
m the pressure,. Bernie to goal-keeper Thomson.
Sa nice header, but Mr. V. A. Noel refereed th
judged the sphere over match while Mr. V. Moore and
Slated as Victor Stoll- A. Frederick were the linemen.
i left extre'ruiv f The teams were:
Swhippedacros a CARLTON :--. Thomson; B
but found his inside Thomson, M. Sheppard; C
aE, Branker, A. Haynes, T. Seales; I


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e Maroons' latest ac- I Ryan, C. Doug.lin, G. Besson, H
in a little bit of "rathwaithe and W. Clarke.
'aw Dudley Husbands LEASEHOLDS: Preudhomme
Effort goalwards G. Parsons. Jacob; C. Decle, J
0 interception. Higgins, Permuy; R. Dolly. Cape
iared as the ball was Seale. M. Mills, B. Henderson, S
ftie Casuals goal area Bennett.
'larding ran past two ----. -
and was robbed of
been a goal by left City Soccer Stars
tri.City Soccer Stars
ipome pep In their raids, .
t had assumed a fairly For orst To dff V
Bony Moore on Colts' .. To. .da
.Som outaid t 'the area, The p.aiy will leave the city by
tull a tough time in first train and will be tiansporte;
vi4fjClt high shot. to the field from San Fernando b
v Casuals pivot man, a special 'bus
'a Tench, caused Colts' Tone visiting party will comprise
Wlch was nicely con- of he following:
Jertie Thomoson. Fooibail: N. Kilgour, D. Hus
Swas one-nil in Colts' bands, J. Sampson, C. Davis, 0
'itton time. Harding, A. Almins. B. Harding, R
tAtes after the rt-9cno- Joseph, P. Carr, P. Doughlin and
iltrding did a clever bit o. Chambers.
,iand found the Maro'ona' Ping wrong: C. Hinds, E. John
it powerful left fsoaer. V. John, 0. John, V. Gibbons ant
Forward duplicated his R. Lee.
When he ruan past the Billiards: Mikey Phillips.
,And riveted De Ver~euil E.-idge: H. Tnorne, H. Gamaldc
cr scorcher. R. Best, H. Cherrie, L. Browne, I
d the following: Mer. Jones R. Jordan and F. Jones.
Simmonds; Weeks. Forest. Reserve football XI wil
; Moore, Thortioson, play: G. Thomas; W. Jefferson, 'T
SDownes, Bet'tie Hard- Taylor; H. Calendar, T. if. How,,,
S. Gonzales; G. Sctoo, A. Charles
yed De Verter il; Wair- A. John, H. Grant and L. Segaro.
gretrail; Waller Tench,
Jeff. Stotlmeyer, PRESENTATION TODAY
fird, De La Bastide, Sunday Guardian Correspondent
Ovia carried tne whistle. SAN FERNANDO, Aug. 26-Th
Wlmeyer.I Rhamut Firpt, Clasw and Ell-Jay
E TEAM cricket cups will be presented by
'WU be elected from the His Worhip the Mayor, the Hon'ble
to bpla against Windsor T. Roodal at Skinner Park tomor
T..rophv tomorrow: row.
Ilu. 8. Qarner, 0. Ed- There will be a presentation
'Antolne, C. Joseph, 0. match between Toll Gate and
r. Luke, R. Thomas. C. Maple the respective winners
'. Clarke, C. Lewis, C. Numerous prizes for Individua
..Wilson. performances will be distributed.

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FOR SALE

Freehold Property
(IMMEDIATE POSSESSION)
44, BELLE EAU ROAD, BELMONT,
Large Dwelling House, opposite
Orphanage. Entrances on both
Belle Eau Road and Franco Lane.
Three t(3) Bedrooms, Front ind
Side Galleries, Drawing and Dining
Rooms, Back Sitting Room, and all
Out-oflflices under one roof.
Apply:
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BARGAINS

22a Harpe Place-part empty-
4 lo'f building site, approximately
70 x 22; Road in front and river
at back, water and light on land-
Santa Crus, near La Venesuela;
also several building lots near
workers' home, Laventille.
Large and small loans on mort-
gages.

Norman David-Feveck,
REAL ESTATE AGENt,
3 St. Vincent Street.

MUSIC! MUSIC I
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Jazz
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Individual Training given. !
also Correspondence Course
at 35c. Per lesson.
Sueems Guarasi4ed.
See or Write--
NORMAN WILSON. corner
0,ffee and Prilnce-of-Walesi
Street. San Fernando, tor
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Casuals -XI 3-0 Yesterday



Kid German Fleet Air Arm Go Goal-Crazy
ac ee To Swamp Q.R.C. 10-1

B ack H ere Fleet Air Armn Shield champions, made amends for their defeat
]--*--on Thursday, when they went goal-crazy and swamped Qieen's
S Barbados Champion Royal College 10-1, in a TA.F.A. first league fixture at Piarco yes-
Willing To Fight terday. The "StatUons" Wardlaw alone scored eight goals.
LightwVeights .By, this victory, the Airmen4----- ---
have strengthened their hold on -
Kid German, Barbados light- the third position of the standing D OOUKIe Ulnli
weight boxing champion. is back with eight points in six encounters, 1"VU I a1
in Trinidad Although Queen's Royal College t1u.t'II ]1'Il1 [
He is here with the South Ca- -U om
ribbean Forces and is willing to w'erIe mauled by bso colnvinlcing GJrel IIdaUUMle 11
go Into action against Trinidad a mtarg"il, thU youths fought every _
top-ranking 13-pounders. Inch of g .round, when all hopes l A
to-rmankn h3pnderls. s i^of carrying off the fixture were .. e,
German hasneverlostafighthattered to a fr aze
11nah ttered to a fra zzle.i m m
in 20 odd battles, but his grandest The College without their usual
achievement was that of giving custodian McMIllan, might have Mannie Dookie returned this
- Al Turney, the highly-torted gone tinder with a much lower week from tGenada after a terrible
d Trinidad champion, two sound score, had not H. Steele substi- voyage and told .the "Sunday
it thrashings. touted for him between the up- Guardian". representative that hisI
1 Tunney has ruled the roost rights. outstanidirg sport leat in a month
d among West Indies lightweights Steele had a tendency of diving of soccer, tennis and athletics In
- and since he sky-rocketed to too much and not collecting, a the "Land of Spice" was his run-
prominence with a win over factor which gave the Fleet the nine the mile in 4.22 2-5.
n Mottee Kid Singh in 1934, he was majority of their goals. Dookie won the half and the mile I
- never beaten at home. Fleet Air Arm went on a goal- at the Discovery Day sports at
German exploded the mth that scoring spree, the dangerous Victoria, on both occasions whip-
Gea e ould ot h e mtat Ia Wardlaw displayin, fine soccer ping D. Antoi::e, the island chaian-
e Tunney could not be beaten in a pierced the citadel no fewer than plan.
y Trinidad ring when he did so a te
- Couple years ago wo eight times, while the other two Dookie went as a member of the
- He cears tg. goals went to Wilkes anid Thomp- Pemberton sports team. and tave
He came to Trinidad unheralded, son, one each. outstanding displays at centre-
nine pounds lighter than Tunney, Q.R.C's odd goal In 11 was mo.t half for the soccer team.
a and critics only gave him an out- spectacular. G. Farrell at inner- IIhe We't Indian" stated:
e side chance of lasting the limit. right with a fine combination with "Dookie in the pihot position cis-
e but, Kid German surprtied every-, the other forwards succeeded in played plentv of stamina and w.asI
r one by beating Tunney in every drawing Town, the Fleet's custo- a lower of strength."
single round in the contest. ian from the uorl'fhts, and iHe Olayed a few games of tennis
e In a return contest some mo.thsj rammed his team's lone issue in with fair success.
i, later he again beat Tiunney. i an empty goal. Speaking about football, Dookie
'ince then German went back The College outfit pulled their stated that in his opinion (iren-
n home, beat Al Browne and drew weight In the Initial stages, and ada's two bes; footballers were Pat
k with him, and would like to clash the game saw even exchanges, Redhead and James Johnson.
wl'h Al Tunney again or Bob but the students' defence li"e con- He gavi a story of how he had
SMartin who recently beat Browne stantly taxed by the combining a most hazardous time as a pas-
S Kid German Is holder of Fi'- Ileet forwards. with the goal- singer on the s.'hooner Piovldence
d bado' featherweight tnd light- hungr. Wardlaw at the helm. net- Marks during the hurricane last
,eight titles. He took the 16h- ted three before the interval. week, together with 40 other pas-
3 pound crown from Lightfoot Kid The first goal went to Wardlaw's ie"gers and a cre.'v of 10 boundd ouI
paond the lightweight fron Al (credit, as he bee, the backs with Trinidad from Grenada.
SBrowne. right-winger's Thompson's pass. At midnight the vessel lost Itsl
' Browne. and pushed high Brazing the cross- course in a furv of wind which
bar and out of Steele's reaches, recorded 80 to 90 miles an hourI
Nrth T gThe second was not lo-g In nearing Trinidad, a distance it
ortern C ea gue coming, andi this time it was about 45 miles.
'. Thompson with a buirt of speed Botuncina like a tennis ball I
a Fo W k down the right wing, cut in and the darkness, su,'lls ad waev.
Ga es For W e d raiimmed in the van. rising like mountains washed thel
Following are tihe gae The college outfit were staing little vessel Itoni rmstemin to stern. At
scheduled. for ihis week i e few and far between rads. but the this pertod Dookie said he could
Northern An,.teur football slow forwards allowed their few seec pss'ngers drenched to the skin
League: Rgal movement to go abe.iging. kneeling in prayer with tiuplitrd
DIVISION "A" SECOND HALF itGres pRise Is due the captain
Tues.: Strollers vs Daintlcss. Re- SECON ALF rat pise Is due the captain
feree Mr. Huntie Yeats of the Providence Marks. Dookle
free Mr. ut eats. The champions took the field at concluded.
DIVISION "B" the resumption and banged home
SMon.: Chincse "B" vs .Y.O. ciht more goals in is seson..
SReferee Mr. ., Blacaman. Tie Fleet dominated this half, Indians Play St. Ja cs
S Wed.: ssex vs Belmont Orphan- and literally ran the College boy 'Team .At Soccer Today
,uge. Releree Mr. Leo Boland. off their legs. but Steele, the
i KEYNOTE K.O. CUP College custodian was earning Indi-an Rec. will plao a friendly
Clubs are rcminaed tnat tomor- ovations as he brought off some football mat:'h today at 8.30 a i.
. row is the last day for entries in beautiful saves as Wardlaw. against an eleven froni St. Jamne,.
. the Keyinoe cup competition. Wilkes, Thoijpson and Cain were Indian Rec. will olay "Nat" Me-
-. bulieting the goal. hadeo captainm. W. Nagee, S. K
d Sahlvatori Scott XI Play The fleetfooted Wardlaw beat Persad, K, Mathuras. C. A. All,
aecleseven times in this session, F. B. Siugh. J. All. W. Barrow, H
n, Pan American Today Cain, Wilkes and Thompson, Persad. S. Dindial. D. Selvon, R.
a Salvatori, Scott soccer eleven figuring prominently in his goal- Dookie.
oppose Pan American in a friend- scoring. St. James will play-R. Moseln
ly game of soccer this morning The most beautiful of his goals m (captain. I. lyatali. S. M. All, H.
'. on Shamrock ground. was the last, when he beat over Joseph. B. Dwarika, H. Bedeshi, W.
The following will represent 0 of the backs head with a Thomp- Subidar, R. Sohun. C Boodram.
SSalvatorl, oSott-iJ. t i K Go. )son pass and wlth tUle same move- 0. Chariandy, T. Mootoo, R. All
II via: V rter,y s-dosi Santos R. ment bulleted on Steele who had and S. Hosein.
SAutau Raymond, A 1 advanced to collect, Mr. B. Goolchan will referee.
LIAutau. 0O Raymond, A.Gomes -one
Captain, H. Gomesand Caplo. Thompson's was a grounder, white Mr. M Dookie and Mr. N.
SPan American will play-E. B while Wilkes notched a flick shot Asgarali will be the linesmen.
Griswold. R. Daniel, J. Goshiiu, from a pass by Edwards. .__------
V. Abraham, T. Darwent L The Collcge came back in the
R. Gomez, 0. James, F. Phillip dyinz stages and were fighting Nolnads-C(asuals In
Caracciolo G. Vipira and B. Half-. back, but the forwards stepped up. c Clash Toda
e hide captain) resulting In Q.R.C. leaving Piarco occer Cla iruay
y ,with onl-' a single goal In their bag. Leaseholds Nomads will oppose
Yv h A At Mr. Pike referred. Casuals Intermediate in a friendly
e Church Army leamtS A The teams:- soccer match at Dubbs Park,
*Ping P Q.R.C.:-D. Steele: P. Arrindell, Polnte-a-Pierre at 445 o'clock.
Ping Pong Tomorrow Phillips: R. Rawlins. Garmond, K. Lenseholds Nomads will play'--
The following will represent Trestrail C. Rawlin. G. Farrell, I B Gibbons K Stoute. E. Goddard.
SChurch Army Spltflres against Hur- Farrell, V. Asse and H. Gay. G. Carterl, H Permuyv G. Mainolt,
Sricanes in a friendly table tennis F.A.A.: Town; McMillan. j. Milne G Preudhomme, M.
Fixture tomorrow at the Recrea- Stonehewer: Rouse, Hartley. Ed- IN'icholson, P. Clarke and 0. Fer-
Stional Centre:-R. de Souza (eap- wards: Thompson. Turner, Ward- nandev
taint. D. Fitzpatrick. T. Sylvester, law. Wilkes and Cain. Reserves: I. Fraser, M. Allen.
C. Ottley and K. Thompson.
There will also be an exhibition- _______
game between A. Zephyrine and R.


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