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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

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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

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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).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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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:
UF00081212:00745

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Figures In Post-War Security Talks Americans Reach Chateau Thierry

SN azis Try To Flee Rhone Valley Trhiey

m^^BB~fJi Nazis Try To Flee Rhone Valley Trao;


KRussians 10 Miles In Transylvanla,
Sl I Von ug K.ep.rted
_i_ -lack ea Marsedle British Establish *
Black Sea Killed: UnofficialMasB e
STOCKHOLM, Atil. 26 (CP) il1isE ta ih
-Field Marshal von Kluge.
I rfarmies on the western front. o r h B ~ g ha
iriB r ommaTnder of rthe" rer Final
...... Port T ken was reported killed by Swed- fa l r e
JI =:1 Port Taken Fnally Freed Fourth Bridgehead
__ A.I. ~ ~ lotih newspapers on the basis
I ] .of reports received from Ger- .
------- j many. Neither Axis nor Allied O S i R i e
lam the diplomats le lderai of the United States. Great Britain and Russia, who are playiln Important Centre confirmation is forthcoming. Germans Sutiffer BigT
in5i the three-power pot-war aecurUT .talks now taking place at Dumbarton Oaks, Wash-. Oe ---- .iv
SSeated at the conference table at the opening tesion an August 1. they are. left to Oi Ostrow Falls I.osses In Efforts B v n e v
u Hl', Secretary of 8tate, who opened the session: Andrel Gromyko, Russian Ambassador o Red Al s KpU E Kepl o Es CAape -----AP
l, head of Runda n delegation: Mr. Edward R. Stettlnliu Jr., Under Secretary of State, SUPREME ALED HEAD ART A (P
chairman haf the U.S. delegationM-I AF photo.) n By W. W. HERCHE ROME, Aug. 28 (AP). Tattered nied States Army patrols wore reported tonight to have dra
__________________ ------------LONDON, Aug. 28 (AP) Rua- Adriatic remnants of the German 19th o Chateau Therry on the Mlre River, 23 miles east of he t et
[0,'if-t rltn "L ...........-. ile Se ds oj. ^ ,^nr~p!c ,onel~h. ca,0~bl Coast DArme today fought a frantic but into Chateau Thilerry on the Marne River, 23 miles eat or tho lut"
sian troops crossed the Carpathian Army today fought a frantic btl t
Pre-War French leaders HMountins and plunged 10 miles hopeless battle In the Rhone Val- official reported portions at Meaux. Chateau Thierry was the
Pe-olish P-ea--FenchI __ersHitler Sendiu s into Hungartan-held Trasnsylvania no r h-
Sn Rpored Alive Monday, as other Soviet forces. aast JLrivey in a final desperate effort to of a great American victory In 1918....
SAu 8 including marines, engulfed the a. escape the trap which in closing ..Other Third Army ah ,
capturingAitheher'T ind th se area btw
JLe N Au gD. 8c ) ebe Delta In lower Romaniaf ROME.Aug. 28 (AP)-German inexorably on their last avenue of falinA out an thS areinbetr
ranm dum LONDON, Aug. 28 (CpM Envoy Rushinm apig the BralLSa Pr t fsrn= bhn heMttr escape to their Fahrad Maor th Iar L a~nd Serine it
M OSCOWJules $auerweli, rrench news- T o Sofi ya o.o,oln Biot ,o.. ft po,0 ,irong.old eo n heMlam .cn hir,.o.i. A11ied~ Airm^* ten "rn and S"j i
paperman, who fled Paris ju Sulin. River were pierced by Polish troops A lliedAtmMched pointr along a liner
Thousandsbeforetth patriot oonfiloeyaln am
ere whe dP attacks 1 Thousandsof Germans are still yesterday, who also fought theft General Alexander Patch's 1H ad- from Coulommiers, 33 misld
s. Te oabeing captured by the Russians way across the Arilla River. quarters In southern Fiance Sm ash N azi th
NE-th started, saPd Eduard Herriott -whose advance spearheads, stabbing 1 ;fgh"h Army units on the Adrta- reported that h avv lle Fetf r theocari toe.
AL NEAL the former President of thetoward the centre of Ploesti oil- losses were
tie trreapndeBt French Chamber of Deputies LONDON, Aug. 28 (AP) -- Hit- twrd ectre t l tic coast were reported within five in the ast few days O hea
Aut 28 tReutert- was alive, and he also stated ler, sailing for time as his Balkan fields, poured to within 50 miles of miles of the port of Pesaro and 20 so""nctd in the past few days on n oTeew no rorHeadquareth
AMu unforeseen impeil- that he had seen most of the bastions crumbled, sent his Min- Buch;arest. miles from Rlminia at the aoutn. tile fleeing enemy by American I rflis rt cnfirmation of the report that tol
nmemorandum of Md ore-war French leaders the isterr to Bu.garia toward Soflya to On the northern Poland front ern edge of the Po Valley. infantry and armour which cut In _____ Ame rcan We in Chatea Thl
te PolishPrimeMin- last few weeksAliveand hop- talk things over with the bolting other Rusian troops scored a great Allied troops found ,ino cleared to theRone VallevyfroRthE AGNE
Pis hr oe Mldlat fome r w ivni Pe-r talk things over with the bolting Vargroythepassraced to Montmirall, north t
t Soviet Government ful. Sauerwein said he saw Bulgars, while Nazi propagandists vcto y capturing the commu- of the enemy, near Monteimar. By ERNEST ANEW e ont, nrthe o
prtoye-wapurngth beingofth eem.Rea Mnania'sb ENET GNWr~ac d topMo ntmri, nnrthwest
Soireftlona n d be Ment del, former Minister In he tred to minimise the disaster In nations centre of Ostrow. 44 Reports from the Italian frontier The omcr, announcement said SUPREME ALLIEi HEAD- Troyes ando wevel wh "Sezane.
t Moscow tomorrow pre-war Cabinet, being assassi- Romania's switch to the Allied side. miles south of German East Prts- told of German troops falling back the enemy *uttered losses pt- QUARER,, AU. 28 tAP)-,-AUlrd
y gnr a ronated bv patriots in Paris He Ini announcing that Beckerle, sia and So miles northeast of toward the Alps and the Brenner cularly ot the urier's tast bank, fighter-bombers .hAid a banner day NEW BRIDGEHEAD
relaionsshoud Ca Ine, aWarswthtoteAlid side n Captuoscnre of tOtstrow.g4- RPorss ftromithedraiangfrontPied- Theout u aa anouhitwncemetsi URlE ALID HA-S ean on otes
Ift general approval of also said Leon Bum was alive. German Minister to Fulgaria, who Warsaw. Capture of that strong- Pass after withdrawing from Pied- out t nu hint whener the over tile French battle lines. n-
Sunderground leaders, remarried and living in Ger- recen:lv flew to Berlin to report, hold through which 11 roads and month, Liguria and Emilia Province,. Americans had yet managed to geL complete reports showed ton ight British Second A'-y troop,
Government had ac- many. Paul Reynaud was a wai at present hastening back to railways run, split the primary lortving Mussolini's Black Shirts t( antrldz thsi highofway. ana rawys flying 1.000 sorties against fleeing tablished 5 new -.edg head acro4
jeZky' draft, subject prisoner in Germany. Soflya, D.N.B. said he would "dis- 'erman lines connecting Warsaw face the advancing Allied forces on both ad.s of toe stream and enem troop concenrations and the Seine east cf Lo tviers and en,
iby underground aeas- ..... ..--.. cuss with the Bulg-- arian Govern- with East Prussia, and Italian Partisans. thus cut oil the last Nazi elements communications transport with vir- large their briPg heod at VnenoS
y und. h V tdf ma it hthe new situation in that The communique said 30 other Abandonment of Emlla would whose disorderly flight up the va-tuay no ppoao, to anared iv miles l ot by thre
to the underground $48as country," and quoted Wilhelm-localities were taken in the area. indicate withdrawal Into the Gothic icy has been speeded by the put- Fanning out over thousands no miles deep, white tnndinn forces
week asd their reply gstrasse spokesman as saying that h despatch said that Romanian Line of fortincetions since this suit of another American column square minlet for attacks andOgfng m the left epwt rc .fil an' in ciean
wi Polish Governrent $V the Foresgn Office would make noV troops are fighting the Germans province embraces part of the Ap Strikkmg neth fromnAvignon. from Nlsjmegen i sn Holland to nf out thelf three ne River I
Sstoot Beckerlewas r many areas in their country, pennine mountains in which they the A'ied Seventh Army G nreyr almost A i ner0te Re n atrea.hn hd,
leaders, in declari G retadn heard from. as the Russians bore down swiftly. are anchored. fighters of the Eighth Air Force
of the line taken br na The Allied Governments on the A old amphibious stroke conquered The ports of Ger In coastal States troops reacng thVar
suggested certain ad- other hand awaited Bulgarian ac-the Danube Deltaiarea. Tothewest Liguria and Nurin in Pidemont arerSateralpa eain the Verestrafed 00 toop rtives, desh u the beltrs that the nade a round
SrmemorandRep irse cce of the Anglo-American the Second Ukrainian Army racing both threatened by the invasion of Irom Antibe bk troyed 200 freight cars, damaged forces were
t is to meet tomor- t e rms, details of which along the Danube's banks, rolled southern Frnce which has brancc- ontibees.t bt rd bombed tan.dma gee-anst thetra etea
*to~t li to meet tomor- .JI~ll~l AV ~ Ail rmistice terms, details of which rh^ ?"^?^ duw~~5o~t. f .On the went bank of the Var. the other land bonlbed and machine- against the threat of the Aot
doubtless adopt the are not likely to be disclosed until through Brala, another river port ed out westward toward the west Americans were only seven miMe gunned oil tanks, barges, radio and cans swinging around southeat
suggestions Trinidad Guardian Correspondent. Bulgaria acts. and gained a 12-mile advance ern border of Italy. trom Nice, 11 miles trom the Prin- flak emplacements, roundhouses. Paris.
dum will then be ST. GEOROE'S, Grenada. Aun. Romania's armistice agreement is south of Galati. This column Is 103 clpallty ot Monaco, and 17 miles radio towers and power stations,. Although thero was no offlctae)
w through channels 2_ ii, Honour 0. C. Green, the expected to be signed soon In miles northeast of Bucharest. e it fr om the Ialian frontier. An ammuniltion train carrying onflrmatilon, the robot bomb r
between Stalin and Ad2ministrator. reviewing the re- Moscow. The Rusimans have captured curityB d y. tons of explosives was also hit. in the Pas do C* may soon be
ent ntorm damage in the Legis- Swiss reports said German troops Tulcea on the south bank of the J j MARSEILLIE FREED A number of raU lines were ao located.
NT PROPOSED ture yesterday ntstoked approval of Ini Greece, isolated by develop- t Danube. 4 mrlesl southeast of Ga0h- I An hit by pilots. The new Britla bridgehead
twen etos OO atuevote t erof 4 S,000 efor pub.tc pworksf menln Romaniae and Bulgar ,," the cntrDnu el oeth no te RO.-o mouth of Ends S Six ,.nd .o nd or o .. o. v. ., .
att. ot oufina andn Tueers ons w rkdaysta in fteorlnvla. the argaa Striki n up from Mediterranean at St. Picntre du Vauvrey alid
quesio n D9 aolatueeeserayasedhBti n ed o t e er odW 0c1al -1Occupation of baes. between 5M nd 750 L VI WOW. hase Riv oed five O
Polsh prelin~topn rplirs, mainly bridges lnd cusc o were regrouping, preparing to tryw ar e o p thk lge et.nral po4 bL! a t l r t he no" eS
Ogg to OM mk i__om through pros were taGa byjegpIA ti arls lt n0 m -- o1 T~.U
H I nme aora aum te f loods es tated theo cost i, ttosaVita. the )BlackS et.Dstte S.decurity the Uorma R it tson holdilnIg ou a an at the Nash, rapidly ebbin brld ea7 tor'ow sr ,0etet to
emof ra tnd l s conference. un eraressure fe r ao n *A g loln thea. uy, hen nnl w heousanda ou t I lly wlth Forest do
propuied firstly: baes replacement of telephone poles Marshal Tito's Partisans e BtUCHARES FIGpHTING onliberal, informationcpols f f or rain dre wediwnthei arl th r an supply, pot udig tn w ia t n
t Po t-w arrus f lod pe tedirtedinet A a B aar and ote tn oo o rf n e British herodquartent eln.
ration. Including an the remainder for the restoration cmu nique mentioned -neutrals eWeight of Mrhaiees rededcated sil ee their closed-door se assio nssured den ille a wgary oa niot n Aurth rin the e*,r av ty t
the two coun.- of houses of peasants who have lins are stilt fighting pa. army made itself elt I n the RO- started at Dumbarton Oaks. a o made Marr i le a week-ron o ryothern Italy. ,unor the termansw o
question of frontiers been rendered homeless. triots in Yugoslsvia." manlan campaign, falling fiercely to meet the iess tomorrow. Man's Leh and. snnceternrt or n wr nyreallyconnected line of de,,ec


Meanw ^ -y ^ 81- ^ T. ^ .. o. r ^ Dn-o hie pr Sed nato we r ides..u Frenc autoritiesano uned Westerny 5 front ope'ratins wee tml od f tf, o?" fo
on^ the "ermt rear X71 the 6 ni enator ridges G that some 8,000 primoners lnc-udinw made despite a heavy forenoon onnecten e fn,
over for final settle- Interim reports reveal that NAZI REPORTS siansthe nearedatherfrontn he Ruin Repblican, New Hampshire, pro- General Schaeffer, Commn der ol ground mist, low clouds and oenReuter states that in the fot
.the general European small houses were destroyed At Gem, roaadksmin ea"teupntieinatstoonteflo glasth enrlScaffr omadrridaynmslo lod ndpt wf t obi 1'rdy
e war. arrcou and many others damn propagandist attempts quick succession of viotories, Bitter tted on, the floor against wha the 242nd Infantry Division, were rally such poor visibility that palot naineist A ry o 0.
ltertheooaawar.eG mr riacC dnand manyotherdam-t make th ebest te ta l y Wl he c t a a tae n ta a t I
mkrmttioun of s of a .td a d o ain ed 15, Fhe caged dou~e talk," Abdul taken today an the Nazis relln- reported diculty In avoidingtrees
formation of a newadest rodand so dam ed Nie o u awy atian ta re whasbeing planned, and with quished their last foothold on tide and buildings. woned.whowerent amp
h MikotJcyk in Wr- destroy ed and Godamaged. Five situation s ad it was "very con- M an troops north of a the assertion that "America vitally needed seaport. Nineteen Allied flhters are miss. tred ho Br h Seond
tthe Communist Party lives were lost the Grenadine ene"ywth the I ut rya pol rlee t-r Au I o t
te on the same level seas, none In Grenada while st ing into elvii war. PLEAsE u NTO PAE coL.. I people an the America n Cogms They said 17,000 prisoner were ing. Twenty-one Nad 'planes were cptued 10,000 eney
Sn Tr i an oceaneee pictured Bucharest iewere entitled to know what was captured during the battle for poe- destroyed. between. August 20 and X 2,





iS^ ^ rt^ U S ^ ^ S ^five ud sco ners, n otg utldcftdthlBe ^ t on, T hi ceto~led the eate Ite session^t^ rw'r of M&M
mocratic-parties re- losses were negligibe. Tas "en led" by German troops going on," he told the Senate it session of Marelle, among them trong forces of 15th Air Force days bringing the total in
the present Polish Carriacou lost five iooners, h the Government inside the mySupply Ship l, earI plenty of "plain talk" three Goarman gienera ls. he bombers blastedMosber-n c





ILe thy oud wertthl the Oovernmeol**,nm insid execthed hbrM.8.Rnes. iMa- rnc Comun frtheav bombers^ blaste -o/r
In this way, the four slops and three fishing about the Dumbarton Oaks Con- More than halt of all the German baum oil refinery in Autrira, the a t- to pro than 0, 100.
408inltteehof National craft. Shippingnin St. George's capital, another part outside and Sunk Off France ference," in the next few months, soldiers garrisonin southern Smony refinery, Soinok railbrde, Thirdeut enArmy, already creditedwth
so red by Moscow, and Grenville were not affected, three members of King Michael's ,
redw a e n leare caftd binet 'not to be found." LONDON, Aug. 28 (APThe A- Tomorrow's news conference with France prior to the American- and Miskolcz railyaras in Hungary, killing and espturIn $1.000 N
r n ted in the now save for one pleasure craft and h-wil n heads from American. British and French landings are bleved to the Aviso viaduct and the Orl in the sees ero tosne0
Ith posibly a few fishing boats, due The agency said some Romanian miralty announced today that Allied Russian delegations, will be the have been killed or wounded or brvi rcnndrtPass ron ineswhichtisthmtr4
towns were siding with King M1- naval forces sank an enemy supply first se they went into session a twowe idgeontheBarne, which is the mterw
questiomenbaoturepd-ssrhM ttrm.wGre n ing.frsatedincthatywthePtudinwi th a
sl en chael and others were seeking s hP r bly sank another ana week ago. Only brief com- fighting additional thousands northern Italy. ommunication nd i i
question b apopu- Mr Green stated tht the storm German protection: ome Roman- madeit on escort ship ne nashat i munques reortng the mechanics lacng imtFortresses scored many rating al
liberaton. it ap- warrnlngwas recetP'ed tiieenand oni esort shs nS r orting rtremc saored ny oeraSil arfae rouy o;nIwo
L AR lo1naval engagement off Cape Dantipr n hits on the Mooabierbssum refineryrom Paris andp
e Polish underground four hours, respectively, after the rPLC ASE TUR NTO PACE 6, COL. I fer, France, early toy, ottheproceedings were Issued. Many small scattered detach-esite a de Moks cren ine Aies e. rt f P i on Ste
hi endorsing these ailing of the Providence MArk Gr, ly otmeatsremainer ato be mopped up by despite a dens smoke-screen and\ teEA e nrt a t or o
"IPhasiste the need for and the Anna May. Allied troops or French patriots.N- ---- T N C
h ha slT d that the new edifice Cr opn derdagewsmmohe v rey-ep1 tP. 3 UPtN TO .A ,C
thtcrop damage was not hea'v'y 6 rinfi u ns Get ported mome than 30,000 prisoners
NUtmplated would et except to bearing nutmeg and co- Chu ch ll Says It aly W ill were t ake. Inldg more than








wereer'StS take Including more" thannt;.tted :fom ^c^ 'cuv' ^r^^ 1 S J.11 *'^ Sw ^ '
fSfoundations to the coa trees. Flooded cane fields FinSal y eAt eal T a b,000 from the German 2o2nd and
Snt the valleys and on the slopes are o- eMed iclSchols w 244th Infantry divisions which
underground forces expected to recover with the sun- a e a Frh nfrai t pn du t Mr ei
ae fighting onn st shipe. and root crops are pratically AllYa al rtherconfirmationf recent were penned up in the Marehlle
There was an ch o undamaged. Mr. Green advised "Guardian" M anouncement, tat and Toulon areas, m
of wa an cho he valeysand n th slops ar No ree(A Router correspondent who CANNI~ NG & CO*,# rj~pLTD
today when Miko- that it was premature to assess the the six medical scholarships award- saw Genter al doeLattre de Ta
,formally presented effct Of the wind on cocoa trees. By GEORGE BRIA O ed for 1944 under tohe rClonial ad ld the French troops into G O E
of the Undierground The Honble E. Gittens Knight, BR Office 1 cal Scholarship Scheme soin yesterday describes theo
t School. It was Treasurer, was hopeful that the ROME, Aug. 28 (AP)i Mr. W lnston Churchill, In a farewell for the West ndies were awarded harbour thereoa fstT i dee t
by a cadet who had ax i to rinidad a udent s now attending harbor ther. abo at hafefth of wnHE PE
.'Ifrom 1awarsaw0 for cost of reparations could be voted message to the Italian people released today, declared hi hope that McGill Unid versity, has been made pou in pa tie ao1u
m W f from current surplus revenue which hMig h U-anit, o as ae population in peace time about
initer in exceeded expenditure at the end of a "free and progressive" Italy will take her place among the leading to the "*Trinidad totrdian" by a 200,000, have been evacuated.
I PimeMinste inex-high-ranking Offictil. Thirty thousand were d:ported
i th ans sad that June by 192.,000 avodn the e- nations of Europe," but indicated that she cannot expect to it as a This sources revealed that the to Germany and about 2,000 were
'f frcets ouldtat1be cessty f tapping the reserve fund. full a;ly at the peace table at the end of the war, which he said, six awards have gone to Miss killed or injured n demolition
five tons of ammu- There were heavy in during theOtega tn.persad. Mr.Rodny ,- ared out by the enmy. The
they could certainly weel and this morning. may not be so far off a was expected." hablr, Mr. 8. Ramessar, Miss Mar- French Commissioner for the
l the Russars en- The Council gave unsimoa s He announced he was directing-..jorie Johnson. Mr. Martin Sampath Navy has already visited TouloAJ
tt At present, air- suoport to motions by the Hon'ble the British reoresentstivea (in in- broken forever, the responsibility These students will enter unlver-
eWarsaw'has fallen John Renwick for the provision of ternatlonal bodies to "do their ut-T will lie cn Italy t k that and Mr. Noble Sari ,,r.









wit wil le o ItIY o mke uretha
r. than a trickle. a whole time dental surgeon wihmost" to correc'. itlian haridships, no similar fante depliivesf her of the sities lit the United Kingdom In A m
was seeing Mr. Eden mobile equipment and free treat- and that 'large new Italian forces liberties she Will gain at the end October. 14th Ar Push
afternoon to ment for school children and ne. will soon join the Allied aies. of this hard.
be Increased, eesMitous adults in Grenada and -Mr. Churchill's referen-'e to in- sufferingg., road of error and THIRDS ON To0 GOown1m1o1
Carriacou, and for a whole-time ternatlonal bodies was interp'retedD w d R an
veterinarian, as meaning he at-pPorts the appli- UNrrY NEEDED Mr. Mahabir, who is the third son KANDY, CEYLON, Aug. 20 Reu-
hipping Hit-_ .4.. cation to ItalV, orf UniLeddNations of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Mahabir, won teri,-British 14th Army troops are fam5. ,,...I
tea e io" Asserting that "'rue unilt-" will a faculty scholarship at Me.. I pushing along the two tracks -Tito
b s Chrnese Occupy trton. UtheItan will n akc at o e needed If Ialy is to resume her University, Canada, recently; Mr. through Kalew valley and the main to9S.
resphh Mon tee taltconfrence In Sept place among the'lealing nations of uamar, recently awarded A Col- forces have pushed down the 7t4.
he Montreal conference In Sep- e, M aid that, onial Development and ,elfare dim Road and beaten off usall
-v L XaARTH RailwayTTownHtember."poliMi Chle citemnt and thash Scholarship, Is the #.n of ?6r. Japase o;unter-attacks. Further
Southwest P- l Mr. Churchill. who left Rome last of many parties will not a Chieve Charles Rameasar and Mr-. Rames- inside Blrum&, British and Indian,.
(API -It was an CHUNOKING, Aug. 29 (AP).- Wednesday, said: "I am sure those these joys and the rights whih the sr, of Chaguanas, and cousin ofn
tatt h our Japanese The Chinese High Command an- efforts (at relief will be warmly mass of people so desire." Dr. Ralph Ranesslar, District MeMd- a spplyln
pa", detrole or dam bounced today that the Chinese, supported by our Aliles." He da- CAl offcer, Toutnapunsa; Mr. Sarkar, 100 miles Uw.Coluius's ate
V bombers off have reached the Slang River by dared that "there is one gift which He said: "There are one or two son of Mr. Ivan Barkar and Mrs.,moving
pat C bescn Suneay occupying Chuting on the railway, certainly will be given Italy when Quiit*.stmple and practical tests by Sirkar, of St. James, And 0 former leoss a annw e sorth of
about 1,000 tons. It 45 miles north of Kensang, on normal conditions are restored-the which it (freedom) can betknown studen, of Queens Royal College, the railway w m Mogaiue Moit
$11101Od4 raid on the August 27. They reached TCAngtien, priceless gift of freedom.', But hi In the modern world in peace con- left here recently for McOill to MW resistanceAdvance troupe awe
a railway river town, a few Miles emphasizing that statement he felt ditics." He said they are asfol-.cntinue medical studies, and has on the estto Pihwtf .
aerial =sault four north of Chutleg the day before. that the Itan people were re- llS *"Is there a right to free ex- already won his B.Sc. with firat
4pae wr e-.-T1he eitetny held town of sla o iud8ble for the- Fscstregme, ti non a pnd onuldof oppo0#- class hoinours,
aidom td.hg tll further notwsaur- and he apparently indicated she tton an erlen the Govern-i Mis John-son is the tia~ltr
ronddcul nt acepeda afulalywnt. of the, d*It ? Assistant rinrtentdent
| t A rthur on Saturday T he se succe sse s, if succesfull y L D C E O N E e p e t e i h o t r f h o i e F r e Yi e G e i g R p r
heay asaut ~ shp.,expoitd, igh chngeth w e intole e ou' t a. o ernet of MishaeeradIsth dugtu o AeA
were destroyed the Japnses plan to coa~uer sty e an not foge M t hell' citt umk for m interfeenc by theooctie Mro. oand r.FacsSmah fTeSokomereiae
Meanwhile Gtenerl Joep Imf- France and Great Britain. when weles, ,end all associations with any teBe orea cil I Ielgadhswf aeud
Mm usarg 'hel s ttaels mhedu er~b icrae n m thought Great Britain wonl Wik lloe andll these.co.rtstadministe at MeillUniveraty. Ino.t brcr dcas&i le.
fret s o h eiiny of shunrfrvrwihi atsehasnot penan welnetalisedeaw a0llia, teacmsamhna. i
UR Ag and said storage areas at the Oontinuln, Mr. Churchill said: ind with th hoe pr/nciles. of boa .hree to five vearsa .rt-d in faoua h -
"ShmeJ cantb bovdfo ait u oor as well as the rich: private te !4.'" . .KlU~d ,O tIt allww Kil~t in il O O heAW4 9 TR
bi. lyn Bombs Back to the gtuilt Of that reie esosa.elasGvrmn ..... .. u ulS~B tuitls soedaPbuthlia :gf t
th.sove i mi te r Flying Mll r. Churchill who durng his omelts? ai_. suesee elowance w M .ltseete htHte_ be-
ofte nur osn Afe 0HorLl1 Ofdwt the P Um- o bre: t tohe right of the inivdal, wllabe damlq icr all stdet at ena thea, ad ee
bemaintained? h tween I tybu wid ll var ,efrI'
~Mfi~dd (lu esldlig~ l~llot oher 'letorlom allies woul hve -smen e '~arnighsliigb hias dant h -5.5 AP-b
Gemasar edg W P~"lfdts nton w il be_ happy to see fainy, freeso m the terta o me si ee ~ms fa _
5* rusise the da wen its ally, ones atsaingrim police orgpajljt mt'l~ xu s pa ofimt [b h oaI E i~n U I~ W fU
~ ~ ed tramndic t? m off l e th Jttt "
osstJng ,?a addd ater hs has een domeI l-.-"
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Internal 'Air Travel

CO|P, IoM of tmvel *" ln within the United Stete
, dld ai6iiary stri enforcement of the priority sytss. the
1*b'n'0au oftee dbcegd yesterday in a oommuiquia an the
* *J of "Prorty travel o a line within the United State.
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Altered Tyre

Number Leads
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h estov recently in which -- --
pMn travelling on private or warning Rimatoolal to be more
*jI-oflcta business of no great careful In future, when purc.'using
i reha,. ed that, when motor-c to see tha the tyres
t rrtve at the place of entry bore their original serial numbers.
it he td 4tt They hold Mr. W. J. Andre yesterday ordered
granted prioritea on ir lines the forfeiture if one U.S. Royal
f Their journeys within the United tyre found on Ramatoolal's motor-
Mits. ear.
*Priority air travel is granted by MAr. E. 0. Johnston, who appeared
tl s United States authorities solely for Ramatoolal, admitted that the
O the grounds that Uthe traveller's number on the tyre did not P-
muaon is in dectl proecutlon of peir to be the original number but
te war, and to substantiate this argued that his client should be
ft authorities require detailed in- acquitted because the court had al-
frmation about the object of the ready been satfled in another
itreyi naunt also be shown ease that Ramsatoolal bhad bought
thie Joun ey as well as being In the tvre with the number found
mtfoft wum of the war Is so on It by the police.
Unt that its object cannot be
ctWeved unless the traveller pro* Caugh* red-handed arrayed in a
bisy V flowered linen dress, the property
ae stancrda are high, and of Lilian Oxiley, Beatrice Par.
lteshould be noted that no one Is pignale w.as yesterday convicted on
tiltled to priority by virtue of his an accusation of ;heft. and or-
riuk. and that priority Is never dered to pay $26.06 fine, cost and
obtainablse for the wife or family compensation.
ot an official who has himself been Seelny the drere at Oxley'q Drerss.
g ied t. It should also be noted making Shop, Parplgnsic expressed
i requests, such as are occa- her liking for it, and told Oximy
isally received that certain pas- that she wanted her to make one
fsgeis be "not turned off the Just like that for her. The dress
Wane" are. in fact, requests for subsequently disappeared and some
eority. time after Oxley saw Parpignaic
-OTravel facilities within the Unit. wearing It.
e States are exceedingly colhgeted Parplgnslc pleaded not guilty
the present time, and accom- through Mr Lewellyn Roberts, her
tiononn airlirea and on the solicitor, but later withdrew that
n ears of the principal plea for one of guilty.
*ns is usually fully booked aheac:
this connection it should be Pvornd guilty of stealing a num-
te that there Is no priority ber of articles Including a shirt,
iem in effect on the railwaYs, rstnr. and a valise, the prope'iv of
I so that seats In coaches (the Clifford Holdei a seaman. Lionel
ainvalent of third-claiss carriage) Thnomps wss ordered to Mitn a bond
not reserved. in $20 to be of good behaviour fot
Hs Mljeaty's consular posts one v'ar and pay $t costs, by Mr.
I ports of arrival will, of course. W. J Andre nII thi First Police
glad to do what they can to as- Court. Evidence disclosed that
t travellers in arranging their Thomas was found wearing the
journeys within the United States. sh'rt at tne time of his iqrrest and
Jt it should be clearly understood admitted that he had stolen It, hut
St, unless priority rin be arranged denied knowledge of the other
hin the limits outlined, such articles.
urneys must almost invariably e
9 made hy train and that as long Pleaditgz tllIv In an Rccisaion
notice as possible tis required for of careless driving, Doaid Tlhomwti
tse booking of accommodation, was yesterday ordered ;o '-,'"I
tine and costs by Mr A. J Hamil-
ton in the Second Police Court.
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Guiias Exams. uraw
Record Number
A record number of students of
the technical classes being con-
ducted by the Board of Industrial
STraining are now sitting the inter-
medliate and final examinations of
thp City and Guilds of London In-
saUtute, the "Trinidiad Guardian"
learnt yesterday.
R. lM on August 12. the exam-
Son conclude on September 1.
Str the first time in the history at
Ibcal technical instruction, candi-
dates from South Trinidad and
other districts other than Port-of-
8 pain are taking papers.
The examinations cover a wide
range of subjects, such as electrl-
cal engineering practice, electrical
Installation, bookbinding, carpentry
and cabinet-making, and tailoring
bMeanwhile, the Board's student
roll continues to mount, there be-
Ing now more thon 1.400 covering
all centres In the Colony.
An official of the board told the
"Trlndad Guardian" yesterday that
they were looking forward to an
even higher enrolment In the new
term beginning September 4.

Mr. John Anderson
Buried In City
Mr. WUllam John Anderaon, for
mr Myers Assistant Engineer of
Use Cfty CporratUon. died at the
PIrt-of-Spain Colonial Hospital
orty on Sunday morning.,
The funeral tock pipet at 4.30
em b in the afternoon from
tW home of mourning, I. Sweet
D-Lr Road. St. Clair, to Holvy Trin-
MY Cathedral. where an impressive
serve w's conducted by the Very
few J. Holt, the Dean, anketed
t His Grace the Moat Rev, Dr. A
W, Anrtey, Archbishop of the West
MIndiea. and other members of the
clergy.
AreiLdeaeon C. &. Doorly was
Biahop's Chaplain
Interment was at Lapeyrouse
COanetery.


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Need For Training
Stressed At Parley


Principles that must be followed
in the upbringing of children were
outlined in addresses at the annual
convention of the Trinidad and To-
bag'a Sunday School Association,
held at Hanover Methodist Church
on Saturday,
At the meeting were representa-
tives if affiliated groups from the
city and country district. The Rev.
K J. Payne. Methodist mlnirter of
Princes Town, presided over tihe
morning and in the afternrcn the
Rev. H. D. Imamshah, Methodist
minister of Couiva. the new president
of the a.smoclation.
Leading the discussion during
the morning,. Mr. Horace Mayers
spoke on the "Teachers' witness in
fe and wcrd." Hie dwelt o0. the
responsibility of the Sunday school
teacher whom, he felt, was tinder
the obligation tn set an example to
the child by practising himself the
life he expected they should lead.
No one. he said, could succesaftt'v
undertake the duly ctf Stnill
school teacher unless he had a
personal experience of Christ.
The Rev J. C. MacDonald ad-
dressed on the "Sunday School and
SocI!al Service." The Sunday
school, he said was an integral
part of the Church and he made
mention f the responsibility of
the Church in social service.
The Rev. R. T. 0. Mitchell,
Methodist minister of Port-of-
Spain. said the organizations c .*
cerned were not completely fol-
lowing what they set tut to do.
when he spoke on the "new ap-
proach to the child." He found
that they were letting too man)
of the children go adrift. The or-
ganisatlons, he felt., should be
secondary In the life of the youth,
but that Christianty should be"in
In infancy In the home Unfor-
tunately, few parents realized F' eir
roponslbllity, .me said. Pointing
ou a way to successful training, he
declared that there should be no sub-
stitute and those taking approach
should have a Christian experience
of their own. He advocated unty
between existing youth organisa-
tlons, a better training, ana
strt d the need for much creat-
ing and concentrating, particularly
on the 14-16 ag' group when youth
was beginning to formulta itn
Ideals.
In all this, he said, emphasis
atould be laid on the hcme and


Svehicle here, efforts should be made to instruct
uardilan" learned young people in home-building to
really that the training of the
bg include motor- child began from early Infancy.
Auen wagV and Installation of offi-ers during the
bteIned. Wle d. afternoon was conducted by the
the various branch- Rev. J H Poole, pastor of St.
ay's services. John's Church.
wagons, it was point- .--
be converted into
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dliene for Christ. N 'W NANDO Au;*. S -"Val-
1~ ~ ~ ~ N 4034 ht(hrs-m~ea indispensale"were the
Is for the armed adverse used when ref.eren e was
rated d4urtn p- 14r 0 to the w11 'k done among
andt N veo ber women by he late Mrs. Agntt Mar-
natice Issued by that _geret Thomson, at a Memor.s Ser-
gre Somsn.at^* a MmMof.
or the s ture of vice, held In ippreation of her
thit soa=M. _reciaio f he
the scrttary. services at the cKnox Presbyterian
Church, Exchange Village, Couva
I VAIRLY yesterday afternoon.
9011 Wroep ndet TIhe occasion was marked by a
'&, Gnmada. Aux 26. 17-item programme In which there
Cluba convention were iddresm by Rev. J. A. Scrim-
the convent hall to- eour, Mr. James Headley and Rev.
eph de la Moths H. D. Imamshah.
L. Bowring presiding. The late Mrs. Thomson was the
re delivered by the widcw of the late Rev. A. W. Thomrn-.
0, PhtUllp and the son. pastor of the Oouva field of the
Uenwick. Mr. J. Pad- Presbyterian Church trm 1- to
IUon Officer: Mr. 1611. Mrs. Thomson died in Canada
Mr. Ilonel Alexis, on April 17 this year. leaving to
ris. Labour Officer mnur. their loss tcur children.
ant. i ---
Om T .HN"Ft RELIEF FUND MEMBER
I an employee HIs boml weoy c the Aetin Oov-
cryM, who helped ernor. has appointed captil Wi-
Yards of t nen, wal lrd 0. Ontl to bs a memer of
Mr. W. J. Andre in the Trinidad Ux-ServlomVen' Re-
I Court on Satura6ty lief Fund Committee In place of
Sof tbeft and Abed Captain W. F. Bryden. M.C with
snthet I effect fei August 134,


H.E. Praises



W O Effort

NO&BAR UOROGH. A. .-Mit
helpBcy q the anbie A. B.
WruSfft Adlng Goemrtr, paid
Tolp a lar ibite a& the Co"w l
HOUO bhero is Morning waea no
a&wwd his Beera hat ToOagos
elid oftibutlon to the war diort
bad not pa*ied unnoticed.
Not only had Tobago helped
notably in the production of food,
dc&MaHid s fxtollency, but It naa
provided refuge am rnemnpd
both for mrvie personnel nad o
many others who were overworked
and in need of a change.
The life of Tobago, HW laexlleney
Mid. wuas soundly *ued on agricul
ture, and he went on tospeak at
agriculture not only uas a moman
of livelihood but as a way of living.
His Excellency was repixing to
words of welcome addressed to him
by Mr. A. W. Woolland. president of
the Chamber of Conumewce.
Among other things, M'. Wool.
land sid that It had often hap-
pened that Ordinances made lor
Trinidad were inapplicable to lo-
uago. and he cited as an instance
the fact that although Tobago had
An easy and abundant Isupply of
excellent water available at the
minimum cost of production, the
water rate. he was told, was five
times in excess of thai of Port-of-
Spain.
Mr. Woolland suggested that, in
the matter ot elecrac lighting for
the island, investigation should be
made with the view of installing a
hydroelectric supply in conjunction
with the new hydraulic works re-
cently commenced at Caledonia.
lie also spoke of the tourist trade,
air communications, transport dif-
litulties and roads.
His Excellency said that he noted
tlhe various needs mentioned by
the president in his address and
thanned him for the restraint and
reasonableness with which he had
put them forward.
Mr. 1. A. Hope supported the wel-
come to His Excellency.

Mrs. Gilby Dies

In British Guiana
Tri2nidad Guardian Correspuudent
GLORGETOWN, B.G.. Aug. 21.
Mrs. Lucy Gilcy, tWe wle ol f e
Rev. F. W. Uilby, died *uddenlv at
11.30 o'clock Sunday morning of a
heart attack while conversing with
her husband tn a private hotel in
Georgetown.
Mrs. Oilby who was well-known
In Jamaica and Trinidad took an
active interest in her husband's
activities in the establishment of
associations and clubs to aid the
the deaf and dumb.
The litureral will take place on
Monday afternoon.

I .S. Chaplain
I folds Servict
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
PRINCES TOWN. Aug. 28.-Hun-
dreds of persons of varied age and
denomination turned up at the
Methodist Church here last even-
ing to join in the special service
conducted by Chaplain Davenport
of the U.S Army and 12 others
from Port Read.


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Caura Tenant

To Quit By I
Aa WsWaituM baa been given
Vfte, C to quit the ditri
OGUirdila" learned yesterday.


Local Return

To Husbandry

Wins Praise
Tri a4d Guardiam Corrope- aeng
TACARIOUA, Aug. 28-Obeer-
vato that there is all-round evi-
deace of a real "back to the land"
i vement in this Colony conse-
Quent upon the lay-off on the
bases, and that cane-farmers, be-
sides markedly Improving their
production, have k'ter-ceropped an
appreciable amount of food, was
made by Mr. R. 0. Williams, Act-
nig Director of Agriculture, here
on Saturday.
Mr. Williams was paying high
tribute to more than 60u cane.
farmers, peasants and residents
of this dis-rlct gathered at tne
Orange Grove Savannah for the
Annual Cane-Farmers' and Pea-
sants livestock show.
Sponsored jointly by Govern-
ment and the Agsicultural Society
of Trinidad and Tobago this
show eclipsed those of previous
years. There was a record num-
Mer of fine animals, giving Judge:
a hard time spottling the prize-
winners.
Referring to the cattle section
Mr. Williams said:--"I have beer
very strucic with the high quality
of cows, credit for which must oo-
viously go to Government for mak-
ing available to cattle breeders
the service of high-grade bulls. 1
congratulate you on the advan-
tage you have taken of the pri-
vilege."
Ihe poultry and rabbit sections
he reflected, while making an In-
teresting display, left room foi
improvement in number ard qua-
lity, and he urged grading-up as
a profitable source of Income and
meat supply.
With the Imperial Government
taking a deeper interest in sugar-
cane production the acting director
u'ged an all-rou::d step-up in thit
direction here.
Addresingi the gathering after
the cart-races, which created
much interest and amusemntrt ancl
drew from the acting director ex-
pression of the hope that
some day these allows wiil
take the form of country fairs,
Mr. Ray d'Abadle assistant
Warden of Ea.st St. George, apolo-
gised far the unavoidable absence
of the Warder, due to illness, and
congratulated the management o.
the Orange Grove Estate on the
excellent preparations for tne
show for which Mr G. Burke
Can-Farmers' Superintendent, was
'reponslble.
Others present at the show in-
chluded Captain the Rev. C. R.
Williams, Manager of the Orphan-
ay: Mr. E. Johnston, Information
'ONelcer: Mr. A. Howard, Manager
of Orange Grove Estate, who wel-
comed the assembly; and staff,
members of the estate.
Judges were Mr. Roy d'Abadle
Mr. M. McWIlliams, Manager of
the Government Farm: Dr. M. D
Lumsden, Veterinary Surgeon, Gov-
ernment Farm; Mr. 0. T. Fi"dlay,
of the Department of Agriculture;
and Dr. J. L. Shannon, Govern-
ment Livestock Officer: while Mrs.
R. 0. Williams distributed the
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B.G. Trial Now
In 50th Day
Trial of 11 former Public Works
Department employees in British
Guiana on accusations of conspi-
ravcy to defraud which will be 50
days old today, will go down in
history as the longest trial ever
conducted at a criminal Assize
Court sitting, a ZYF broadcast
stated yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Justice E. M. Boland form-
erly of Trinidad, is the trial Judge.
Speeches by counsel for the defence
are still in progress.

Judge To Represent
B.G. Governor
Mr. Justice F. M. Boland, former
Chief Mkgistrate of Trinidad and
recently appointed 2nd Puisne
Judge of British Guiana, will
represent His Excellency the Gov-
ernor of British Guiana at one of
the churches there on the occa-
ion of the National Day of
Prayer services to be held on Sun-
day. September 5. according to a
ZFY broadcast. Services will be
held in churches, temples and
mosques.
ll'URRICANE 1UND $840
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
ST. GEORGE'S, Grenada, Aug 26
* The 'West Indian" hurricane
fund, two days after its opening,
reached $840, of which $500 is
front Messrs. Geo. F. Huggins &
Co., Ltd. The money will be used
to replace lost household effects
of storm sufferers.
TO ST.%ND TRIAL
Shome Klin, of Coffee Street.
was committed to stand trial on a
charge of murder at the next sit-
ting of the Assize Court here, fol-
lowing the preliminary hearing
which concluded before Mr. F. J.
Camacho in the Magistrates Court,
San Pernando, today.


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noticrs. This district was recently
acquired by Government for cef-
atrnotLi% a uge ,d,.
Tie *"OUantNA uicersncaismat
Whife I, w*& propoad to Win1tain
the present school in the district
until such time uas the residents
left, Mr. A. Rustace, the headt'rchb-
er, would leave an Fricay for Disgo
Martin wht4he 0 ha been trans.
feared.
Mr. Victor DOlalballe, asstaa
teacher, It is mderstood, will carry;
on.
Rew,,nhlng to be paid, are a num-
ber of sau estate proprietors.
Meanwhile, the Hydirsueics Do-
partmant are contionuhing their drill-I
ing operations, and It is understood
that they are experiencing some:
difficult", In getting a suitable rite
to lav the foudetlon of the pro-
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SALE
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THURSDAY, 31st
AUGUST, 1944
ATr -
3 Scott-Bushe Street
AM 2 P.M.
By Instructions received from
Mr. M. J. Kirpalani to sell by Pub-
lic Auction the following.--
6 Cubic Ft. G.E. Refrigerator,
R.C.A. Radio and Radio-'Phone
wita Automatic Changer, 4ft. 6
Simmons Beds. 3ft. 6 Simmons
Beds, 41t. Simmons Bed. I4ft. 6
Spring Filled Mattresses, 4ft.
Spring Filled Mattress, 3ft. 6
springs, ibre Mattress, Simmons
drawing Room Imported Suite.
Morris Suite, Wicker Spring Filled
Suite, Wardrobes with and without
Mirrors, Dressing Tables with Mir-
rors, Glass Chinese Cabinet, Bed-
room Cabinets, 1 Dining Suite
and 1 Sideboard, Chinese
Tables, Side Tables. Canadian
Chairs, Leatherette Chairs, Card
Table, Hand made Camel
Hair Rugs, Eluctric Irons, Electric
Toasters, EIlectric Reading Lamps,I
3 Burner Oil ptove with Oven, Cut-
lery (Spoons. Knives and Forks),
Porcelain Ware, Glass Ware, Porce-
lain Tea Set, Enamel Bread-Pan,
Clocks. China Vases, Aluminum
Pots and Pans. Brass Ash Trays,
Brass Bell. Brass Vases, Folding
Ironing Board. Mosquito Net, Por-
table Money Box, Linens, Blankets.
Curtains etc.. Kitchen Safe, Step
Ladder, Enamel Ware, Pictures.
And other Items would appear
on day of Sale.
A. M. QIUERINO,
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ULiterary and
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will be going
Juan Dispensary
adfte.oon, Septen-
WWS blood tests. This
time the cen-
tWtill be working

es After
i Attack
M Peal man warded at
ando Colonial Hos-
ays ago suffering from
s reported to have
with a eutkus, died
ptI lst Friday morn-
utem examination re-
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Speeding

Motorists May
Lose Tyres
Motorists convicted of exceeding
ep liit may find them-
eu not only cut off from sup-
pl of tyrea and tubes, but re-
permits for recapping, as
well, Mr. Ian Goldie, secretary of
the Tranaport emergency Board
told the "Trinidad Guardian" yes-
terday.
NxPlaining that this was a rul-
ing of this board. Mr. Goldie
stated that the majority of tyres
U.Od were synthetic and that the
life of these was greatly reduced
as the speed of vehicles increased.
As the manufacturers had re.
commended that no motor vehicle
using synthetic tyres should ex-
ceed 26 miles per hour, the board
had taken this step and secured
police co-operation to see that the
ruling was strictly enforced,

Land Tenure Talks
Delegate Leaves
Mr. Rex L. Brooks, Conservator
of Forests, left by airplane on
Saturday for Puerto Rico to at-
tend the Land Tenure Conference
which opened there on Sunday
under the ausniees of the Anln-


BIG. To Get
Soial Welfare Grant
Grant atof IAI b toI Jbe
rnet year umder i f ftSf
*apd newehpMest Aet for lb
sett"-u up of a soelal wmd t
ane to the eft on aa IM 1604
by the Leuatlve ovh tihee
in a message trom "f l e dl-
lenoy the Governor. Sit Gord
Lethem, who Is now In g-
land.
This money will be expended
over a period of ive years, and
in addition, the Legxtlave
Council is being asked vote
$1.000 lu this year'a estlmatee
to assist organizations engaged
in welfare activities.

Dealers To Keep
Record Copies
To facilitate the work of the
excise officer responsible for the
inspection of rum a op and other
liquor establishments, the Legisla-
tive Council on Friday approved an
amendment to the Liquor Licences
Ordinance making it compulsory
for proprietors to keep copies of
stock entry form on the premises.
Explaining the object of the
amendment, the Acting Attorney-
General said that at present the
licensee had to make an entry
describing the rooms in which he
earripl n it. #.. *.a 4%.


.............-_-r ^ '*,u-.. c '. arr Ieis trade. 'Me11aprpos0a5
American Caribbean Commission Iamendment, however, wo Id make
W arns archer, principal ofCouncil. him fill In two of the forms and
f t e W ar ns 'Mr. 0. T. Faulkner, principal of leave one on his premises.'Ta
the Irr.rtal College of Tropicsa leve hs remses. That
ETo lrnr; Agriculture, who is the other was whut the authorities ha, in
flore TTrinidad delegate, and Is now In view would m- an that when
Barbados on holiday, is due to ar- an officer visited a place and dis-i
S tak e i y h n i h u
take anything wit rive here on Wednesday and will cove-red something wronZ he
althe advice Mr'. W.ave leave the following day for the would be able to call for the entry
otL stealing a conference, form.
,the property ofse Among other things questions of
e tess te.piroenty iand tenure in the West Indies .
States Government, w be discussed. and it is under-. S hV
Ben to sign ave o$10 stood that there will also be a boad fmash Victim
Bbnd efectie for meeting of the Forestry Sub-Com-
[ rthe occasion a Base mittee of the Sectional Committee r nW ardedt At Hospital
e stated that had of the Caribbean Research Council At U i
ofr the cheese he would Mr. Brooks is expected to return Bertram Smith, of 6. itt Street.
iven a slip and pro- on Sunday, September 2. Woodbrook, was admitted to the
go it .....- Colonial Hospital early Sunday
P oti. T T G morning suffering from head in-
-- rP nces 1own o o et juries sustained when involved in
a collision with a private motor-
den City A dlt Classescar between Maraval Road and
A uvlt C asses Wainwright Street.
i Approve Trinidad Guardian Correspondent. -
gn Lh Dual,l managisf PRINCES TOWN, Aug. 25N-Re- Sj l laan
S Garden ity Deve spending to numerous requests i ,oS um -learance
ln Limited, yester- from the people of Princes TownC e rn
rinLad Guardian to have Adult Education Classes For Arima Yet
st r ted here, a few headteachers1
Local Health Authority started ee e
os company's develop- r d assistant teachers have -t to- Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
for Diego Martin, and gather and decided to come to their ARIMA, Aug. 26.-Extension of
S of roads has already assistance in this respect, the Slum Clearance and Housing
o roas areay w agreed at a special meet- Ordinance to the borough cannot
Id'that contrary to a pre- ing of these teachers yesterday that be considered at the present time,
t t a c the classes will be opened on Mon- is the reply Government has given
served with all kinds day, September 4, at the Anglican to a resolution adopted by the Cor-
conveniences, such as School here, and among those who portion here on August 11, asking
I oV telephone ande 'bus.have volunteered to give instruction that the borough be included in
are Mr. Alfred C. John. headteach- the temporary provision of the
er, Princes Town E.C.; Mr. St,-.Ingo Bill.
'*- -^ '- Jessemy, headteacher, Lengus EC.;
M r e Mr. George Hyland, headteacher, $19; COMPENSATION
ore Licences ragnish EC.; Mr. A.E.-Arthur, Mr. Justice K. Vincent Brown,
assistant teacher, Craignish E.C.; F'irst Puisne Judge, sitting as com-
o Drss s and Mr. Carl Mohan .. missi owner in tt- Workmen's Cornm-
y l rese C Personds rous of jooinin thpensatlon Court on Friday morn-
icences wU be -lasses should communicate with in approved award of 198 com-
the quotas allocate fort Mr C fred C. John, who will sup- ensation to Austin De Matas. an
[of women's and chil- py all necessary information., injured employee of the Harbour
res ro anada sa APPOIN D Engineer's Department.
gyear, aeording to a ASSESSOR A PPOIN'D_
notice which states To cope with the increasing ADULT FRANCHISS
have already been work of the Inland Revenue De- At tonight's meeting of the West
Sexcess of the Colony's apartment. Government proposes Indian National Party (Port-of-
n for these dresses to appoint a temporary assessor, Spain group) there will be a discus-
lsource. with salary at the rate of $180 sion on universal adult suffrage,
per month, to deal with excess led by Mr. Owen C. Mathurin. The
p----- profits tax assessments, meeting begins at 8.15 p.nm.


LES
be cured
B tuands of en and
Stuffer awful agony day
because of pile trouble.
know that every chem-
a special remedy that
S ely and quickly ban-
mfiery of this wretched
ka soaldant of your chem-
hM about Man Zan Pile
Re will tell you thise Is
ointment, but a sooth-
S strengthening, balm
ff 1- stops the intense irri-
a4 clears away Internal.
IM'S or bleeding plles.
Bigu tube In which Man
Make s this preparation
-lean to use. The big
I With special applicator.
HB~ctent to clear away
Itcult case.
TIhe name of thisape-
for pile trouble-

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WE WILL BE CLOSED FROM
FRIDAY 25th TO THURSDAY
31st AUGUST, 1944, FOR THE
PURPOSE OF ANNUAL STOCK-
TAKING.


TMINIDAD GUARDIAN. TUMSDAT, AUGUST 29, 14.


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Morvant San Juan Woman
Travel Needs Killed By Lightning
vel Nee&Rushida, an Mat mIndian
woman, of San Juan. t re-
ported to hay* been kill
der Stu dy a bolt of lighting t about
U e Stud 12.30 o'clock last Saturday
afternoon.
The ltithtnin% it Is Wad
surve of the transportaoi The &1th t ald
a3 a Mor t witha W to struck while a waswashing
ovd an, = at omnius er- clothes on the river bank.
heee tith U StrkS. tnow In pro- '- 1 i -
'Mur. Inm 01d1. Secretary of S
"*. U meyn Board Stalin' Joins
told th e /Trindad Gmuar ia n" yes- .- J1
tbrda. t h+I="sT.G.R. Service
Mr.tl O out" ae that the boardI*V I liC
from Pushing ahead a programme #of
=%nada shortly and a survey wuck extensive Improvements embracing,
eing sahe Mortly antdtoasurvey ew track installations, wovidons,
atthe number of vrieat to dsc of a ccommodation for workmen andi
tho provie of vehiuaes ruie reconditioning of rolling stock, the:
to es an adequate service In Trinidad Gvernment Railway re-
the district. ported yesterday "steady propgren on
--all fronts."
Latest of the rocondltlonWd locs-
Barbados" M L, motives tv t- brought back into
a ba o service Is the "Stalin," the third of,
CaIls On W ay Hom the big-four p of "Churchill "
Us~n W ay loine M"Rooseveit.- 'Stalin' and "ChiaB-'
Kai-Shek."
Honible H. A. Cuke, member of Smart and trim and packing a
the Barbados Legislative Council, powerful drive that recalls the
who was invited to Jamailo to ad- might of the Re Army. the Stalin"
vise the Jamaica Sugar Industry adds another credit to the etciseny
Inquiry Committee, arrived hereon record or the department "Chtang
Sunday on his way home. Kal-Shek" which will be NoF. 21 on
Mr. Cuke, who is aenlor partner t' : line. is expected to be back on
of Bovell & Skeete, Accountants, of service about thie middle of next
Bridgetown. spent tour weeks In month.
that Colony, being there w 'en 1 Improvemeti werks now underway
wAs struck by the recent hurricanti include additional accommodation
He Is awaiting arrival of his wife for orkincu, a new paint shop,
from British Guiana and will travel quarters for watchmen, extension
to Barbados with her this week. of the outwards goods shed. and
He declined to make a statement losing of nee siding aimed :t
to the "T 'iniled Guardian" yester- facilltntin, th transportation of
day about the work of the commit-1 goods from the wharves.
tee as the inquiry is continuing., t Y
He spoke highly of the hospitality V
of the people of Jamaica with whom Man Gets Year
he came into contact and said he
thoroughly enjoyed his stay. o Receiving
The hurricane, he said, struck F Receving
the northwest part of the island Trinidad Guardian Corresp. ient.
with great severity on Sunday. SAN FERNANDO, Aug. -
August 20, destroying a great deal Pleading guilty, t through Mr. t.
of the banana and coconut cultiva- Seenath, of receiving two stolen
tlon, and causing much suffering bicycles from Joseph Baptiste. who
among the poorer classes of the Is undergoing a term of imprison-
people in this area. Relief measures ment for stealing a number of
were being energetically taken by bicycles, Regarde Teedale, of
by the Government. Princes Town, was convicted and
Damage to Kingston, he sa was r cn e a
comparatively slight. The light sent to jail for one year by Mr. F.
ndr tatihneservices t here were J" Camnacho in the Magist rate's
and sruptelepforhorne here Court here last Friday.
disrupted for a short tizthe. 40_______
---__ _-_- City Club Moves To Give
Societies Inquiry leprosarium Cinema
The '"Trinidad Guardian" under.
To Start Soon stands that the India Club is mak-
o S r S n Iing a drive to collect 3.000 to pur-
The 'Trinidad Guardian" ..& chase cinema apparlitus for the IA-
officially informed yesterday that prosarluin at Chacachacare.
besides Mr. G. 0. M. O'Reilly, who A committee of prominent me-
has been appointed chariman o bears of the club has been appointed
the Friendly societies' Inquiry and it. Is reported that the fund is
the Friendly Societies' Inquiry m~aking cceiiet progre'ss
Committee, other members are Mr. making .excellentprogress.
N. P. Bowen, Registrar-Geneial
and Registrar of Friendly Societies, I]aralyvtic Rabies Get
Mr. E. A. Field, Secretary of the 13 Cattle In .uly
Trinidad Friendly Life Insurance 1 atlc n July
Society: Mr. A. E. James. account- Report. to July 31, on paralytic
ant of the Trinidad Co-operative rabies In livestock in the Colony
Bank: Mr. George H. Pantin. tc- shows thitt during the month
countant, Mr. T. A. Perry of the animals have been inoculated In
Crown Solicitor's Office; Mr. J. T. the Upper Carapichaimna area. The
C. Prescott, solicitor and convey- Incidence of the disease remains
cancer; Mr. N. E. Ramcharran, pre- about the same as last month-13
sident of the Union of Friendly cattle for this month as against 201
Societies; and Mr. Arthur S. Walke. for the previous.
managing-director of the Trinidad
Co-Operatlve Bank. OFF TO BARBADOS
The committee's terms of refer- Councillor H. 0. B. Woodina,
ence are to make amendments to City Mayor, left yestday to9
the existing friendly societies re- Barbados on a two-week busthee-
gulatlons (Chap. 38. 32) and make holiday trip. the "Trinidad Ouar-
recommendations, dian' understands. During his ab-
It is expected that the commit- sence mayoral duties will be per-
tee will begin their investigations formed by Councillor Albert Gomes,
late this week or early next week.I Deputy-Mayor.












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Bulgaa Follows Romania

In Movement For Peace
BULARIA has not taken long to fol-
low Romania's footsteps and seek
peace with the Allies. But where the
Romanians were quick to turn to war-
making on Hitler, Bulgaria desires to
maintain a strict neutrality as between
the Soviet Union and Germany. While
46e desire to seek peace is laudable and
chows that the turn of events in Ro-
mania has brought sense to at least one
,e Hitler's other satellites, the Idea of
*eutrality Is unacceptable, for to allow
)Bulgaria to slip out of a war which she
Joined with great keenness and expecta-
tion would be to absolve her completely
eof guilt for the crimes she committed
against her neighbours.
S It I true that she dared not make
;war on the Soviet Union because, while'
"the ruling regime has been intensely pro-
jNaui, it could not venture to join the
attack on a country for which the Bul-
lgarian masses have the highest regard,
,and whose people they esteem as blood
brothers. On the other hand, Bulgaria
followed Hitler and declared war on
SOGreat Britain and the United States. In
ijib respect she is like Finland, which is
Iat peace with the United States and at
war with Britain and t. Soviet Union;
- and like Japan, between whom and the
- soviet Union a state of peace exists while
-she is at war with the Allies of the
Soviet Union. The fact that countries
like Bulgaria, Finland, and Japan are at
peace with an ally of countries on which
they have made war should avail them
: nothing when the time for their surren-
* dee arrives.
S Bulgaria's conduct as an ally of Hit-
Ste's has been notorious, although for the
past two years the pressure of popular
unrest, sharpened by Germany's failures
Ia the field, has helped to prevent active
participation In the Nazi war against
- the Soviet Union. In the seizure of her
* aeighbour'x territories Bulgaria has
shown unexampled greed from the time
tier pro-Fascst Government lined her up
In wholehearted partnership with Hitler
and Mussolini. At the end of 1942 she
had added to her domains 60,312 square
miles of territory with 3,450,000 people
taken from Yugoslavia and Greece,
which disintegrated under attack of the
then powerful Wehrmacht.
Bulgaria cannot expect any lenient
barms of peace. For her, as for Germany
and her other satellites, the price of
peace has been declared to be uncondi-
tional surrender. Terms should be im-
poased that will satisfy not only the Soviet
Union, Britain, and the United States,
but also Yugoslavia "nd Greece which,
In their extremity, she grievously
wronged. She May, however, be able to
work her passage, as Mr. Churchill once
put It to the Italian people, by joining
the fight to expel the Nazis from their
soll.
Among the people there is good eause


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their owtM ooma t, for the two have
been 00u 11.,gomgp Ililq Whc
tid theml U.T hveIly, to ltl Caie, bot
wheels. They have for a long time, by
violent mens and In pts of the repres-
sion of the Gstapo, eqpwwd their An-
Ugonism to the regime am to its "ollao-
oration with Hitler. The approach of the
liberating Red Army to their sol should
encourage them to overthrow the pro-
Fasciat Government which now talks of
neutrality, and help the liberators to free
their soil.


Village Projects Proposed
To Assist Agriculture

IN approaching the housing problem the
Planning and Housing Commission
have hitherto concentrated largely on
urban construction. Their newest en-
terprise is directed exclusively to Port-
of-Spain and San Fernando through the
special committee set up under the
Slum Clearance (Temporary Provisionrs)
Ordinance. The clearance of slums in
towns is essential to the well-being not
only of the immediate locality but the
whole Colony, and demands special
treatment. Housing achen':s in the
neighbourhood of towns, as at Morvant,
are important and justify the money
spent on them. Housing is. however, a
community problem in which the claims
of rural areas also require consideration.
With attention sharply focused on city
conditions we should not lose sight of
the claims of country districts, or forget
the agricultural aspects of the housing
problem.
It has been Interesting to learn from
Mr. R. 0. Williams, the Acting Director
of Agriculture, that the Government is
considering the establishment of village
settlements near centres of employment
in the sugar belt, in co-operation with
certain of the estates. One of the needs
of agriculture is for the construction of
well-built homes at low cost, and there
Is yet a considerable vacuum to be
filled though sugar Interests have done
a good deal. While these Interests may
provide houses for full-time specialist
workers whom they require to live on the
spot, agriculture cannot be expected to
meet all or almost all the cost of housing
schemes. Not only could ,t not afford the
outlay, except perhaps by a cut In wages,
but as the Agricultural Policy Commit-
tee pointed out It should share the
benefits of State grants with urban or
industrial workers.
The plan to establish village settle-
ments Is a direct outcome of the Com-
mittie's report. The Committee was com-
vinced that agriculture could have
much of its housing needs met If village
schemes were started on good soil con-
tiguous to estates where employment
could be secured. Such schemes would
provide sufficient land to the tenants
of the houses for part-time farming or
garden allotments. They would enable
them to balance their budgets without
depending either on wage-earning or
homestead production entirely, and help
to stabilise the labour situation. It is
precisely this kind of project that the
Government appears to have in mind, and
its importance is greater now that work
on the defence bases has largely ceased.
In this matter as in so many others it
Is time to translate policy Into per-
formance.


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Sport Fixture Clethe
With Dey Ot Preyer
the M Iw, r TIMM" O rdlaa"
Same nobtea s the b
beM reived by "mntwe o 1-
gion: "It Is r dsi eti 0 9 kn
M-ity thaein t ha ud.
Septemobr S. abould e 160 ed
as a National Day Prayer and
Dedication. The new papr re.
Smni~ &X-Wile waKincgne
tor anM oImuado to Point For-
tin oaM th ry day. with a dance
a thte nd of the day.
In view of t Kigs cayl and
In view of recent event, surely we
can ta to theM excitement of a
walking ane ea Sunday and give
oane to meditation, prayer, de- -
dlcatn, and a serious prepara-
thon for the reqpousliltlea of the
PLet us rid outrielve of the in-
conhsattency of a call to prayer and
a call to phycal excitement at one
and toe oaf time.
J. C. MaDONALD.
San pernando.

Good Cemetery Wanted
The Eduiter, rtIdlad mardfea'
Point Fortn. South Trinidad,
has a population of about 5.000
Inhabitants. For more than a year
many responsible residents of the
district have complained about the
condition of the burla'-ground and
the difficulty experlnceed in getting
to this place.
Quite recently, I had my per-
aonal experience of this bole In
the iWoods ran-de-Vifle. the only


AmMUSad Andrea GiemkeO f0el0.t) had f e UPUMto
the wrd aeMity ta0, 4eh tSganW o A XL. ebateU wtht Mr.
Edward SGteWtWa Jr. (meeultr), eW of the A0im degatieUn.
and Si' Alexaer Cadom right) dbsnkmaofm the riUah
delegates fewg h rval at the Natie a U Akept Washina-
to, D.C, on Aug1st 2M, freM li with the meber a t o
delgsatle. The fear-mad..atf eree ib fa WIg ed at tMe Dan-
barb=. Oaklatte W ehMkgtom, D.C. (Al' MMl*e).
West Indian Pioneer


Jamaica Clerk Starts Plans

To Improve Social Conditions
sas~ermn. leds ddedgrac an


The disasreus hurricane Ina
Jamalea hag directed attentlem
to the probieum as well as the
aehlevemento of that Celeny.
The writer Of thi article tAdl
how one man's visen and pion-
er labours are helping to meet
the needs of youth In Jamaleas
second town and sggests that
similar work be done here.
By J. A. CHARLES


burial-place in the ditrt is situ- Despite the preoccupations of
ated more than three miles from war, a sturdy little people in the
the village proper. western Caribbean are conducting
The narrow road, steep here and vast social experiments in their
there is filled with water-holes laboratory called Jamaica. The
Traveling through high woods, thenovel and varied nature of their
greater part of the Journey,. one experimer~atkons in the particular
Ifinaly emerge* Ito & jungle department of youth a lone is ex-
brimmingthmemergest e amplified In the Boys' Club of
with f with uMontego Bay, perhaps the most
with fo v Interesting organlsatlon of Its kind
Tno cemetery Is so rugged a in the West Indies today.
place, that clergymen commit the To appreciate the setting In
body of the dead during the which this club functions and +he
church service, not daring to needs out of which It arose, a study
face the Inevitable Ibaptism of of conditions In the town is
mud. es.iential. Montego Bay Is the
Will Government Investigate second town In Jamaica and It In
and alleviate the hardships of a by far more serene and picturesque
hard-working community? than Kingston.
AUDAX Until the war, 'Mobay' as It Is
Point Fortin familiarly called, was a busy port
for the bi.nana trade and the fore-
most resort and tourist centre In
Water Wasted In Toooao the Island. It was natural, there-
Wte WaI. In^ Too a \-fore. that an almost complete res-
The Editor, 'Trinidad Guar= n. stilon of sea traffic would have
I am a resident of Charlottevllle. dislocated tiade and severely im-
Tobago where there are four paired the economy of the town.
standpipes from which the popu- Thus was released from gainful
laUton numbering more than 2.000 occupation a reservoir of energies
take water. Far more than four" that boded Ill for the town. Un-
months, the mainpipe has been run- employment and unstable homes
ning without a tap day and night, are, particularly In the West Indies,
and up to now no effort has been related conditions.
irde to control the waste of water. Urchim, small and blg. falling
Since this has been going ionthe out of control, roamed the streets
other pipes have ceased to flow. One aIlemksly day and night Impor-
can imagine the number ct people tuning peaima-by, whether frorI
who stand at the mainpipe await- deliberate perversenew--a tendency
Ing their turns." encouraged perhaps by the mds-
Being interested In community guided generosity of tourists--or
wor. A took a ailon.-can to the from an honest desire to bolster
pipe and It was filled in 15 seconds the family's earnings.
so the waste is four llons per
minute. Because of the circum-. r l r
stances over which these unfor- Humble Store Clerk
tunatle people have no control.
nfthting and qmuarreils have taken To this state of affairs, respon-
plaoe at theM p e. Many !if these aible elements in the town could
quarrels ended in court-where the not long remain Indifferent. Fore-
pele concerned were fined, most among them wax Chatlice
i the authorities concerned Agate, a humble but respectable
take Immediate steps to check this store clerk, who had never before
enormous waste of water? come into public life. T3 rescue
FAIRPLAY these youngsters from the baneful
Tobago. Influences of street-life and to re-
habilitate them to useful living
s Fo Ro A camp his life's dream.
Sales For Rates Arrears Before long, he had become a
The Editor, "Trinidad Gu Oja as.' frequent visitor to the. hovels of
Sometimes a person gets in downtown, making friends with
arrears of rates through clrcnum- children, parent% and guardians
stances over which he has no con- and seeking to Interest them in his
trol; but, In my view, when persons proposed club. Meanwhile he
allow their properties to be put sM ought to strengthen his hand by
for sale from year to year end the formation of a small committee
make no effort whatever to wipe headed by Archdeacon Harrison of
off the arrears, it is because they 'Mobay' for the purpose of deter-
feel that the City Council should mining and directing the club's
carry on without their paying off policy, of arousing interest and
the several years" rates they owe. raising funds.
Therefore. the fixing of a single Started in August, 1942., the club
dy for the sale of such properties In was formally opened In December
in ^ arrar iS a mise ofwhch s formally opened tn December
in arrears is a mistake of whichof the same year-the clubhouse, a
some of these delinquents may take simple unpretentious building loaned
advantage. The sale should be fixed by a patron the equipment. rude
for 14 days from day to day. I this fittings donated by friends a nd
bI not done, nar t year the list will ympathers. Today, the family
be greater a ne, for th boome is of boys-70 strong and as yet re-
over and fund will be less avail- presenting a small percentage of
able next year. HOUSEHOLDER. boys to be absorbed into club lfe--
HOUSEHOLDER. .ont inue.s tn Inreas. he.nmmlnw tno>


Port-of-Spain

Recreation At St. Joseph
The Idtw. "Trnidad G0ardlaa."
I am a resident of St. Jomseph
which is in a neglected area. There
to no place for recreation and


ism for its original habitat.
Having pased on from 'primitive
times.' they create now their own
world of comfort, to wichn tce
crowning possession of a second-
hand piano, bought cheaply on


uAsy terms, led* added grace and
nh1antment.
Games Started
The general aim of any youth
movement Is to provide scope taor
bringing the child ino a right and
normal relation with his fellows
and for developing bodily fitness
by games and recreation.
The Boys' Club of Montego Bay
gives promise of fulfilling this high
purpose. On any evening of tne
week. between the hours of 7 and
930 o'clock except on Saturdays
and Sundays, the chance visitor
will find them engaed in play.
some at handlaraft, all evincing a
total absence of that over-strict
discipline and formal conduct so
characteristic of some Juvenile as-
sociations in Trinidad. Besides
"keep fit." some interesting features
of the club's indoor programme are
cold baths, hot cocoa and biscuits.
and projects.
As all the boys come from the
poorest homes in the community
and as poverty Is too often synony-
mous with personal untldin's, the
provision of a cold shower bath for
every boy ensures his being washed
at least once in 24 hours and at the
same time educates him to a sense
of personal cleanlineMs.
The extendon of this novel fea-
ture of the club's programme to
country districts may be restricted
by an Inadequate water supply.
which Is still a problem even In
many parts of Trinidad.
Commual Work
The provision of hot cocoa and
bls.ulte Is welcome especially after
a cold bath and commendable In
that it serves to supplement any
possible deficit in the boy's supper
raticna and to foster greater com-
radeship from tommunal service.
beades beW a groa laducement to
propective members.
Some of the boys are trained vol-
untarily by local craftsmen in
cabinet maingi handicraft, and
tailoring. and they are now learn-
ing to make their own club equip-
ment as well as their club unti-
forms.
Under the Intelligent and en-
lightened guidance of Charles
Agate, the individual club member.
allowed in his turn to lead the
group In games, songs and other
club activities, enjoys the sat-
isfactlon of self-expression and
leadership which a hohe cramped
by penury and Ignorance denies
him.
The boys acquire skill and indus-
try by the employment of hands
and minds. Thus the servicf- tends
to reduce the number of juvenile
delinquent night prowlers and fits
members, by a gradual and evolu-
tionary procem for the important
duties of citizenship.
The lesson that this club holds
cannot be wholly lost upon us in
Trinidad. It must be a happy
augury for the future, therefore,
that social groups are spriuging up
among us. Unfortunately, thcse
are for the most part oonfined to
the classes that already have ad-
vantages. Since no chain is
stronger than Its weakest link.
social education, In order to be
effective, must be uniform and
general.
In Montego Bay. ClPirles Agate,
msustalned by public understanding,.
carries on his work among a much
neglected class. In our own city
Social efforts after the pattern of
Montego Bay Boys' Club are urgent-
ly needed for our youths at Rose
Hill, John John. certain sections of
SBelmont, Woodbrook, and St.
James. Certainly, Charles Agate is
not without his equals here.


noing- tod on an Fightoon.
tad a bad and in some parts, Indians Fight In Hard Burma Battles
drains are dirty. Not a single pIc-"H d B m B tl
taes houe' not even a club in the A feature of the Burma cam- When, therefore, the Japanese
Whole of te distct. No wonder pagn has been the fighting record came over in Chindwin River, the
one is asked why St. Joseph is so of the Scottish, Sikh, and Punjabi Seaforths were ready for them,
lull of bad racketeers, troops of the 23rd Indian Divioen, and beat off determined enemy
3R31WNT Achieving a record which few for- attempts to tread on the 17th Di-
st. joeph, matlons have equal, they have visions tail after they had cut its
.- lived and fought for awere tha two withdrawal route. The Seaforthe
.. J years in some of the most difficult caused 400 casualties among the
Boundaries Of Zones campailgning country tIn the world. Japanese during the course of
The MIlter, "Trinidad Gaardtan." Their leadert Io Major-General them operarona: then Aightia as
It would be very Ueful If.- 0. 1. Roberts, D..O., formely of a foremation.t W swung over to
ation to motor-sts Ie the Trans- the Royal Engineers, who has a tp- ae defensive.
lort m orn .. rd. wouldhe nTram nsplied their motto 'UBIQUE' (every-
pthe rne to which any road tha where) to present command. "WM MA.CH
hen houndaryt of otwo nic an.r.It was the 23rd Indian Divis"on The 'force of Seatertha, Sikhs.
form the boundary of two tunes that held the gap In 1942 when Punjabis, marched three weeks
e bou"ns a fo.... Vi...ri. British and Indian troops crossed though heartbreakl erountr7 be-
rnTe boundary r Vt oa and the Chindwin River on the w hind the Japanese lma, .ome
Caroni Is the Cedar Hill Roadbook to India. The next year I 'through the Jungle. They broke
LAnds north of this oard ithe Itlped Wingat'a men ona nthei r I- e pemy communications, and killed
OSron Ward and land& south of turn fromtheir first expedition it- numerous Japanese. Moving on the
this road anr n the Victoria Ward- to the steaming heat of Burma. crest of parallel rasor-back ridm
The road, I understand, is main- This year It covered the 17th they sometimes got so close tohe
tiined by the San frrsndo swe- Indian Division's fighting with- enemy they were able to exchange
oon of the Public Works Detat- drawal from Thidlm. No trope verbal challenges.
ment, hut drivers of vehicles oned know Burma better; for the divi- ___
P. V. are being prosecuted for using sion has operated over an area
this road. which, though It does not present T
H. S. front in the acSepted sean 0f | O
San ernmando. the term, wlnds arond and about T ps Hear
a battle line as long as that ton
.A "" "" "oRsi. o" political Tau-
A Challenge n om014rRorNMA iWluB mIN T ikiug (p-
i t *t tw o r a oe rsp a ndl i fo r th lg h la n d e rs W r e th e # M e A rm y t oNaAug .
o dw sesm cal t hm fit atrooof the Division to reach Army decided today i vitdeU
BeM ":. eli. w lte ptt i .... the Burmese front. 71 gt 07 rl" mog r ave fea tmef Ute
Somit ofia a, lt"t t h It** soft' noed Kohlnia I 1942 aA W 1 otttd
A e hla].ec lear Is making you antI me height of the moncmoM In May, f orlt sho ta vC OVb ad With-
A eOb leg. tatou0 pl*asint to forwt held Sheoam SRaddle south of It- out on the qSt of who-
V .6.mIst n ery tn.ht in t p. Phal enabling the Burma Army4 tO voM lt's eeebes
WMt the *or $"iks at Raonisrntt'lo coMe througL ". ea theym owed wlrl be oI/0ded poizCaL.
dI from nnon.O-Sr.ten s ataos o Tme will be r by the De-
it w demand that Tuth mit re tirea h maarial alleys, always wabcIF, -- tl lhJ .. l
n ,u s u.. her. ...' ... l alwa- s ready to o bottle. hottlom 5330Sh p5e
die" thie way: The arrival of another diVsIon ttes wh5skft are ed ude
Our mineIdM thougltis 55 Wordl sn Iets itn tickp over the Chlndwin secrm recent law rmttn the brad-
On tenahled the 23rd to under dv- ttomen pUa olitcal3 twhe ltn
opan.,+m'sm aoem A II ee,'s i5mg ,al~~ triniing for the first time l aving a
9 ADIH. &we sl sinee It had been on the urS4- sdnSthX
B Assm beaM in at leastnsIx


Government NO


GOVerNMENT
NOTICE

MIfemalead Health
Policy Commlttee
It a notified for general Infor-
matlon that Individuals and Mo-
eetles wishing to submit evidence
for the osIMderation of the above-
named Committee should forward
SIXZ COP1S of such evidence In
Memorandum Form to the under-
signed co the Colonial Secretary,
Port-of-Spain, be tore September
15th next, after which date no
further representations can be
considered.
By order of the Chairman,
Edward W. Daniel,
Secretary.
August 2rd. 1944.
PRESS NOTICE

Applications are Invited for the
et of Matron, Female Prison,
Prso Department.
The post is pensionable and car-
ries a salary of $768 rising by an-
nual Increments of $60 to 0960 per
annum. In addition, temporary
War Allowance is payable. No
quarters are provided.
Preference will be given to ap-
plicants who have had training
as a nurse and institutional ex-
perience In the handling of staff
and labour and whose age does not
exceed 40 years.
Appointment would be on pro-
bation for one year in the first
Instance and would be subject to
passing a medical examination.
Applications should be addressed
to the Colonial Secretary, Govern-
ment Buildings, not later than the
30th August, 1944. and must be on
the prescribed form which may be
obtained from the Secretariat.
llth August, 1944.


It b a beei t 41'
Govamnr is
advbmera ots
stituted
erernce wWii
eminent In t
out of approved
due reeld to m
terials, equlM
setting upotS
first instance, I
being In the nas
meant subject it
of results aehlv
It ts hoped th*11
of the proposl
sure an anati
development ol1
works pro!ami
to conslderatiuH
of labour, materla
It is Intended
should: -
(a) tbulate .
Listing planm
meant of.
GovernuieaC
ties and
takings;
(b) advise the
questions I
labour w
ply of n
mest hi a
developmgn
works In the
of the Coia
Having rega
which the COnido
It is proposed
Sist of e t
Chairman, t12
Government and
Departments whi
employers of lel
Mayor of each oil
pal Bodies and ti
representatv%A
serve. It is bd
appointment of
an early date. 4


POLICE NOTI IW

LIST of unclaimed articles in possession r 5
North Eastern Division to be sold at PuI
at Arima Police Station on Wednesday, B
1944, at 1.30 p.m.
Lady's Brewn Leather Wallet.
Gent's Elawick Blcycle Frame, Serial No. 224U 11 ,*
Three Bicycle Wheela. One Front add Back V.A,'
One Pair Glaseos. ;
Lady's Phillip Bicycle, Serial No. 7M6. ;
One Motor Car Disc Wheel
Gent's Comblnatio Bicycle, Serial No. 158. r2
O e Wheel Barrew. ..
Two Pick-Axes.
Two Rakes. ,
One Mattack.
One Small Hoe. ,
One Small Spade.
TwO Digmers
One BankIng Hoe
Gent's Phillip Bleyele. Serial No. M9W6.
Gent's Hedrcules Bieyle. Serial No. M.U. Ni.U
Gent's America Bineyele Frame (black) Sern
Two Botlea Vat 19 Rum.
One PyJama Suit. .*^"
Four () Gent's Mertnee. ,
Is Pleces Lady's Dress Male".l '*wW
16 Plese Gent's Salting.
16 went's Shirts
2 Pieees Khaki DriM.
One Humber Bicycle Frame. /
lewn (11) Steel Drums (wtne empty and ft 1sij
One Lare Door Key (Al. ,
Two Bottles Rum. ,,
One Bottle Fernandez Vat 10 Rumn
Gent's Phillip Blevcle, Serial Ne NI 30672 I 30.
One Humber Gent's Bicycle with w1wels l .id
Blaek Garden Hose.
Bicycle Fender. Gear Caw, wSaddle, rek, llI
Blacik Boltq.
One Old Armv Cloak.
One Nickel Wrist Watch and Bad. .
R. A. E 2

Pnllre' Trdmtnrlrlrrs, -
Port-of-SpaIn.
13th August, 1944. 1.

NOTICE -*


SALE OF DONKMEY


The Department of Agriculture offH
shipment of 10 donkeys. Preference wilI
those who lost their animals in the are--u
Equine Encephalomyelitis (Sleeping Sickt!I
The details and prices are given below.-
5ii JACKS-10 hands at $0.0 e. '
2 JACKS-9 hands at 3S.AW MO.
3 JENNIES-I hands at a 4t $ s" .
Application should be made to the OffOlW4'
ernment Farm. St. Joseph. R i

Acting DirMW
Department of Agriculture, An Diri
1.8.44.

11th August, 1944. URGENT


NOTICE


Special Permits for the
four days of the Arima Races
will be Issued at the office of
the Transport Emergency
Board to duly registered
owners and trainers of horses
entered for the meeting,
Turf Club officials and mem-
bers of the Part Mutuel Staff
residing outside Zone One.
ON NO ACCOUNT MUST
EMERGENCY PERMITS BN
USED.


Augusi11!


GROW MO


EOOD


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s Penned In Seine's 1

iee Northward Loops
tCONTINUfEO FROM PAGEO 1)
the full reach
S to Tfyes.I
4 a 'Russians Push
In ftur Othe r ,T -
bm e Ito Estemrn
tha 1ia00 mies &
which an unsub- 9
iart said the arnAr
reached; a.p a s
se ven ies CONNU nO PAm 1 u
Mt j third toward ( CF M
tom.!' mat- ad a


em woeto a
MNangis between
commentators
wdah way General
U S p nxt, whether
Maune aId Rsims
robot bomb coast
xNany and the his-
d InvaSdon route to
,mutheast to cut in
onB a fIretreating
-General Alexander
bRn the Mediter-
wer developing
ate threat to the
ith the lower Seine
at fan river crossings
Relatively light cost.
UNDECIDED
ie AUie were gaining
btank of the Seine, but
ed to be seen whether
GO uenther von Kluge
:Io try a real stand on
to such as the Somme
a constant drain
manpower would force the
tlpul back their Chan-
forces for a defence of
Itself.
M and upper Marne
Sa natural barrier to
Attempt to reach the
galals where the Nazs
d their main oc icentra-
bamb roosts.
lvwoid give the Nais time
.heir robot attacks,
are one of their chief
on the home
objective of Allied
s requenLly stated, is
on of the Germah
H that the "bum bombs"
Themselves are presum-
Msoadary consideration.
i are taken, it wl be a
*rief i to Londoners and
f southern England, but;
Ala Pas de Calais Is over-i
tt likely the Germans
using new bases In
tand Holland for launching
Seine mouth, Seventh
m flMnants who were not
a septured or who escaped
0 Seine are now penned in
of the river% tnrst *'-ee
IM 1S TAKEN
j AWid coastal flank moved
Sto Quillebuf, while be-
Ollf and Bourg Achard,
ll nt road points of
i and Routot were taken.
the last mopping, up
In the northern
where, according to at
SNazi paratroops
from the saeI
"M watched" Mussolini
forces. reported Reu-
oi n g in on the de-
aert and the port is
Invested by land.
the German garrison
he mouth of the har-
foie by RAY. Lan.
,esterday after-
ISW..d he uncompleted
iPtaertil Ctm inoa
_-bour. It was thought
* Germans might have
the vessel and sunk her
aIymiur mouth. Where
SS he will not Interfere


fition Body

r Sit This Week
Guardian" learned
that Mr. Willarnbm Clock-
fi cer, Ololnial ec-
h been appointed by
Rift to be secretary of the
ge.MOtaUtuted Nutrition
o'okng at present on vaca-
es ected to resume duties
0Olardkin" was informed
"lUn a Mr.. Gocking re-
N* wek, the committee will
ItB ai'tting with a view to
r oWrt to the committee
0y Oovernment to In-
AbsN Colony's medical and
A Tbers of the Nutrition
RIe Dr. Norman Maclen.
of Medical Services,
Abte Ronble I. V. Whar.
Uis Sarran Teeluck-
.0. Williams, ActiUng
Of AVIeulture; Mr. A. .
Adviser; the
M in Dora 16;W
SWelfare Officer.; Dr, J.
D'r. J. Due.woit, and
Patriek. Director of

Want To Contact
,Hancock's Family
Il wh At to eonn4ct rela-
. late Capt. James E. H,
b ko at Cralgnish Estate.
toI. on July 1. 1877, ac-
a notice Issued by
'onel Erakine Lindop,
sees"' a er of Police.


WIN THE WAR ASSOCIATION
OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO


DISPERSED FAMILIES
^t hlrMatfional Committee of the Red Cross
S*6t5ev. are assisting the reunion of families
| Ore scattered throughout the world and all
|Sse who are no longer at their usual home
d ddrsst oa asked to fill In cards supplied for the

"Wpes so that contact between members of the
f WiHes my be established. These cards
't 'ow available free of charge at the British
ked Cross Society's office, 27 Frederick Street,
Prt-of-Spoin, end the postage rate to Geneva
Sr2c. by air 'mail and 6c. ordinmery moil.


...... U.w e eaur aner'W Strm Ltd.


and around the Ptom l eP ldis -
reported by the German eames-n
tater Von Hammer. "Raimanian
tried to diarm German fores,!
Von Hammer said.
The German forces in this area
are mostly antl-atrraft and ad-
minlstraUva troops, with possibly
some Luftwaffe groups It Is es-
sential that they be cleared out.
however, to build upr a strong line
against the maim Nasal fwee re-
treating westward.
Von Hammer aiso reported that
the Russians had reached the
Hungarian border through eof
the Carpathian pusas, but it
seemed unlikely that there will be
fighting on the brink of Hungary.,
unless the Soviet column cut down
from Poland. Probably Von Ham-
mer was referring to the Russian
push Into the eastern Carpathians
from Platra to Neamt, 39 miles
west of Romania.
Earlier, D.N.B. spoke of German
counter attacks against Soviet
forces at Platra and Neamt. which
are well Into the mountain con-
trols of the Bibica Pas, shortest
and one of the best highways
leading into Transylvania. Fighting
here would suggest the line of ad-
vance Into Hungarian claimed
Transylvania.
The ninth day of the Romanian
campaign found Malinovaky's Don
Cossacks galloping down the Ploeatl
highway, on the fringes of the
great oil district, and within So
miles of Bucharest. In killed and
captured the combined armies of
Malinovsky and Tolbukhin coat
the enemy almost 300,000 men.
More German generols have been
More German generals have been
the total on the eastern front to
33 captured and 14 killed, since the
offensive began on June 23.
Russian guards are having dif-
lcuilty to prevent Romanlan pri-
sonera from attacking heir former
German allies captured with them.
One serious outbreak was reported
fro .- cages at Ismail.
The new Rusian offensive on
the Finnish front reported by
Tranocean'a commentator Olberrg.
said that fighting flared up on the
Karelian Isthmus. extending to
Lake Ladoga. There was no men-
tion of unusual activity In the
earlier Irinnish communique, how-
ever. In Romania, O.berg stated
that strong German forces are still
concentrated between Galati, cap-
I tured by the Ruaslans yeterdpy.
and the Black Sea. Their lina of
retreat would be Into Bulgaria,
where they would be disarmed and
interned under the proposed Buil-
garian peace terms.
AIR SUPPORT
On the central front Voa Ham-
mer said Soviet divisions continued
large scale attacks toward East
Prussia from the Waraw-Utaly-
stok highway. With powerful air
support they succeeded la pene-
trating the German lines at
several points.
Other aasaults reported by Ger-
man radio are from the direction
of Madona in Eastern Latvia, north
of Tartu in Estonia. and toward
the communications centre of Val-
ga in the same theatre.
Famous Co-acks Speed
Through Central Romania


LONDON. Aug. 28 (Reuter).-
The famous Don Cossacks gallop-
ing ahead of Soviet tank units
have sweep. Into central Romania,
after swiftly rushing what re-
mained of the German defence lines
in the Galata gap. The Russians
are pressing across Romania to-
wards Bucharest, and the oil centre
of Ploesti.
Inside another capital, the Polish
captial of Warsaw, the Germanaas
am heavily bombarding the Old
City, but Polish underground troops
in spite of this have stormed
several German stroagpomnta.
The Red Army has not only
several German utrongpolntas.
made more progress today Into
Rumania,. but bas pushed some-
of HIts units 10 miles across the
Transylvanlan border.
Tonught. Moscow said that
troops of the Second Ukrainian
front have captured more than
150 places, and also stormse l,air
wa" through a passA to the fatth
of the Carpathians and entered
the town of Pletreau, 10 miles on
the western side of the mountains
guarding the road to Hungary and
central Europe.
Prom Bralla the Russiam are
110 miles from Bucharest and the
way to It lies through firm flat
country with only onea narrow river
to croa.
The new Rusian drive ta over
the Bessarabian froatlr. and
further north the Ralwtans have
completed the enelrclemnet of 12
German divisions, about 100,000
men. In the north. Soviet forces
have captured an Important town
and rat Junction moutheast of
Balta on the ILatviaa- ntoalan
bherder, and have occupied 40 other
places as well.


Nazi Envoy

HasteningBack

To Sofiya
t([ONTNUEDO FROM PAGE 11
Ian troops were saill fighting
alongside with the Germans, others
"Indifferent" and still others try-
ing to disarm the Ge:rmans. The
Wehrmacht radio frankly told the
troops that "there are quarters in
Germany where doubt is gaining
the upper hand. v lit'e confidence
la shaken."
TUGOSLAVS MWET


Smuts Sees Hard
Fighting Ahead
PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA.
Aug. 28 (Reuter) pField-Marshal
Smuts said here today that al-
though the news from Europe
Is excellent there was still hard
f'ilthng to be done, fighting In
which the South African Air
Forcca and the South African
6fith Armoured Division would
have to play their part.
Field-Marshal Smuts declared
that South Africa had more men
in the inrmed forces than they
had ever before and she would
be In the war at full strength
until the end.

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Paris Streets Strin and
inan


iStill In State fatique0

Of Confusion
By 'OWARD COWAN
PARSP August EAPSiOn
aI a _a t i4 t her A Ilis c ca
and w l give hew. But I. ow
also wants disorderi e enea of
eMqtr,: aund lrench or the; hh i mds a
teror l t vi heck. Of t he, p
TheO Al lm ar determined that A
T1haulie Must solve that problem. De Wit's Antacid Powder
Today--nte M 72 tours after Parie
Ia. been iberated.--the city tbrina sinta t r id IFirst
still in a uproar. Wlo-eyed by neUtari eces acid;
youth waing rifles and pmachint then by &tWkiug and PrO-
frunts ioOne band, driving 4and4
Areinmaugan w t intiSgthe inflamed stomach
Small ien tha e streets. lining; finally, by helPin Sto
as te *rougheele ent, w of da eret your food-
rifle fire and ist fighis among ga
the French themAl ves. I ttb ogrb w a caringsteme
The street present no semblae upsets, tackle te treble at am.
of order. The majority of the Star promptly with D Wilt
Maculs and F.P.I,, one highly Antacid Powder n yo ea'll e
om N o d observern estimated, are
It-hteadid ptrootsv who are s ic pass, restore appetite and
anousgto return to the tsia of bsing back healthy pieate m.
restoring Pro iSknd Frane e-
s cwar and peacetime existence.
small percentage is described



rest or inda. Iti ls andow rn c t oa &e 'I~
ta the "rougher element," who do
not intend to give up weaponsP
which the Allies dropped to them
byparachute I the daro, esc.
The situation Is unpleasant. The
Alldit are sinytng away from the aris P0W R
use of military action which would POWDER
expose them the accusation of r yStoa eae
using Nast metods. I
Though he was conspicuously j .Gat FluttleloseaDys ,ep.
absent from Sunday's parade, De
Gaulle saw Eisenhower woen the B .
supreme commander visited Parts
yesterday, It is known that he
asked Eisenhower to send two divi-
sions of British and American
troops on parade through the city,
and it is not unlikely that Paris
will see the demonstrationO
Allied might sooner or later. But 1
the supreme commander has given
no Indication that he Int~eds to
take over the Job of Policing the
city.
FOOD SUPPLY
A huge fleet of almost 3,000
trucks will cartw foodstuffs into
the capital. It is estimated that
75,000 tons a month must be
moved Into Paris for the time be-
Ing. There is little doubt that
there is real need.
A jeep with four Americans
stopped outside a fashionable A
Paris hotel yesterday, lland was M a"T da..eree Mae
immedais tely besieged by well- ar a Tby ero
wishers One thrust a bottle of pi esauod by ermt end germ
red wirne Into the jeep, and an- poions ia the throat.
nounced bluntly, "'we are hungry I The use of tOXoOKN a ter-
Have you any iood?" The French- gle keeps the throat clean and es
man was well-dressed, and Would free a. possible from germs.


Aegean. The Allies' non-stop aerial punish- nave paseo tor a prosperous doc- DIOXOGeN remov, the source of
Macedonia. key to the German ment of Gernitn transport shifted tor, businessman or a lawyer. It inflammation and infection in the
lifeline, may soon fall to Allied on Sunday night to the Low Coun- was not pleasant to watch him throat, and many rates of sore
control now that Pulgaria is suing tries from which the enemy Is std there in the street kin- throat, tonsillitis, to.. would not
for peace. Bulgarian forces occu- now rushing troops and supplies ashamed, and wolf down rocklike occur if te throat wr cleansed
iting Macedonia In southern Ser- to the western front, hard-tack biscuits from soldier reilarlybyagargleadsofD GFKo'N.
ia are understood to total six Heavy bombers which flew rations. He even ate crumbs
divisions, heavily outnumbering the around 8,500 sorties In lktr,'-sCale which he caught In his left handle S
German troops in this region assaults from belis in Britain and KOENIG RULES PARIS guy 1 badi e Ie
which comprn slated service Italy i te past four days, were The commander of the Amerl
detachments, apparently idle overnight. But Tecmadro h mn
ctsBritish Mosquitoes struck Into Hol can forces which helped to lib- (
Armistie Terms land bombing and string trains, e:ate Parts, officially delivered the
Signing Soon motor convoys and barges, while city to Lleut.-General Joseph
Signing gSoon Rmothersquonvoyslashed barg Mes-hilePierre Koenig, Military comman-
HUGH tothersquadrons slashed at A- der of Paris at noon today. Koenig O AS AT A CHISTS
LONDON', Aug. 28 (AP) Allied helm-O.
surrender terms for Bulgaria prob- tReuter reports that RaP. t now lepty bulle fo r the security
ably wlU be handed in a few ys Lancasters and HaItfaxes thi of the city, but if any disorder
Ito the Bulgaria n v i d evening attacked several lying Is prepared to asl The toa, uo
.or Veis"ap In Cairo. The .fr bbs- botb i n orthit lt.) supplying the city with extra food,
tice agreement for Romania s has been turned over to a major.-
expected to be signed shortly. In Minelaying Lancasters general, who Is commanding the
Mscow. It is expected that M. Block Stettin Canal services of supply here. Army
SUrbey, who first approached the lood supplies are now arriving, and
Allies on behalf of Romania will LONDON, Aug. 2 (Reuter)- no shortage is expected.
represent that country. R.A.P. minelaying LanIasters have I Reuter states that during the
Bu lia' terms which were pre- effectively blocked the Stettin last 24 hours the position In
pard by the European Advisory Canal, an important supply route Parts has improved and there
O01iUltiol0 then submitted to for the German armies defending has been no wiping in the
London. Washington and Moscow East Prussia. Details of this daring centre of the city.
for approval, are i, derstood to raid which took place on August It was disclosed In Algiers
assure full protection to Greek 16 have just been released. today that Charles Luiset for-
and Yugoslav Interests. Steps are While heavy bombers hammered mer prefect of Corsica is the
beine taken to obtain the concur- Stettin Itself, the minelayers broke new prefect of Polier in Paris.
rence of the free Yugolav Govern- awoy from the main bomber screen He arrived in the capital be-
ment. .. and went to work over the canal. fore It was liberated.
aie Term lak ships and batteries defend the The German radio has still
Easier Terms Reported canal throughout its entire length not admitted that Partis has
Offered to Romania of 30 miles and every gun .opened been liberated. Its latest pro-
WA NT Aug. 28 AP)-fire but the Lancastera went In low paganda, however, has tackles
WASHINGTON. Aug. 28 rAP) to lay their mines, to a series of phrases and the
It was relciby reported that the it w an intricate as well as a dropping of htnts which, ac-
status approaching co-belligerencydangerous operation and to make cording to a B.B0C. ".lti sin
plus the hope of regaining Tran- sure t their mines fell in the Post" expert. suggest that this
sylvania has been offered Romania narrow channel, pathfinder tactics admission may not be very JAMS LO U, D.C.
in armistice terms scheduled to be wre used long delayed.] U
signed in Moscow shortly. At the present time Stettin Canal -- ASTRIR
The Allies are taking a stifferis probably more important to the Maraval Men ASTFinedRICUL
attitude toward Bulgaria, partly at e y I.iit t h a lM Fined a s o'f h oduesto s.s.te.
e st o oo t of he o nty en em y t m e Canal. *t 15 the or f te so a h ae d e s Saue
least on account of the oountrye main artery for supplying the hard- am ofhi tio ta limite d aw a
attempt to bargain on getting out pressed troops of the German armyi n'of te 'Soohnof t hn of..a asa
of the war and Its failure to turn rForAoerPolice tt t e muof lining matiof th e org s a.
o on tile northern part of the Ru e- sect iont e of fthu t ak I nfetravtton of then osr a.
14lon o theitUmee Is the, sub~st
on the Germans as Romania has an front. A combined assault on Polie cities y stre tt ti wL, .t
done. Three of the Iamcast'ts cafme oorporal Dennis while be sougt t t se ceam. alwayso eno iin an ac.sovo
That outline if American-British. even lowrr than the main force In maintain order at a dance at Maa to u .t stof aaCmile vmewt o.wo
Russian policy in the Etelkans the target .rea while others flying St brought fines totalling $i51 for an dbtween h e ate of20 .4eW It toas
took shape aftow Mr. Cordell Hull. higher drropp- parachute lares". men whom Mr. 'W. H. Harris omaneu t iao10 waine. upeeetwn r qtsu
Secretary of State, told a news The rest of the force flew through found guilty yesterday on accu continuot ionttdin fo..r stw it a tsaisio
lad- orsbr,1 Mnpo"the In*
conference that American diplo- streams of tracers and blinding tons of assault occasloaing *im terrd ibr mta na Utor tt4t s l h wind*
matic and military representatives searchlights to drop their mines The men, manu. De Pretts. between two vertebraee through w ich th* e
probably will take part In signing sqitre into the canal. Wllie De Freltas, rancis asfn -rv.irnait p...I of the mi-doret r*Ia
the armistice with Romania. Mr. it is considered certain that the Rupert Romanl. Augutus Rm anarli *e omtkaqenty)di>mlnlshent in size, mi s-e.
I coent of the comoresaion of the linerverte-
Hull alo said the Allied Govern- i.nmeasters inmmunobilised all the 0--, 'Bianwet d ined $ b s .t tar#, and as a result of the one.-
ments recently had been in touch shipping in the port of Stettin and $13, S1, $100, W46. and $100, re- qus-t ins'nernent of the "or*. no the
with Bulgarian officials, held up vital supplies. spctlvely. "the which ti r i ted n of r thes tnu
t__________rtheno ite tadlg ef the stomsac
The lerms, it is understood, have up- -- 4101'Vulate,. ulr.Ut., of te toemnse' r ,tdw
not yet bern delivered to Soflya. BROOKE BACK HOME BIOLOGIST BANRD radUi to chrorcoisa jtueme.nta. Ce.
but the demands are expected to LONDON. Aug. 23 (Reuter)-- NEW YORK. Aug. IS (AP).. "n'
include withdrawal of occupatsUon Pleld-Marshal Sir Alan Brooke, Paris radioaid that ,Dr Alexi DIL JAMES LOVILL. D.C.Ih.C.
forces from Greece and Yugoslavia the Chief of the Imperial General Cesrell, the biologist, has been (U.S.A.) The Cklrtoee EIIpeoalaid
passage for Allied troops. Staff has just returned from Italy uspeded from all hs function." At the Chiropractic Health Studio.
at least, demobllisation of German where he saw General Sir Henry 1The broadcast recorded by CB. S Member, Anglo-Westa Indies Chlro.-
forces within Bulgaria, return to Maitland Wilscn and General Sir saidM Carrel'a "natl-inalt actiU- practice Asso Itilon (Registered)
Greece of Thrace and Macedonia. Harold Alexander. Ivits wat notorious." 71 Frederick Street 'Phone a654.


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The Yugoslav Government an- jA1liW I111 L
nounced it held a meeting In A
London and decided to take Im-
mediate steps to safeguard Yugoslav A i l T
interests in negotiations of the
Allies with Bulgaria.
inaLoatiutdIAw Counitries
Meanwhile Stockholm's "Afton-Low ous
Udningen" in an unattrtbuted
story said Ribbentrop's S.S. (L'neral ItONlINitoD FROM "AGi i1
Lorens went to Eudaprit for con---- -
ferences after Romania had capi- the Saony refinery on the Danube.
tulated. 50 miles northwest of Budapest.
General Wilielm Keitel was ex- was plastered by Liberators.
pected in Budapest after promising Szony was producing 1.000 tons of
Hungary 10 divisions within the gasolene monthly for the Nazi war
next four weeks, machine. PFires and explosions
Facing a direct threat to their nmged through the Miskolca yards.
main communications arteryo 100 miles northeast of Budapest.
through the Balkans, the Germans at the junction of lines to Romania
seem determined to carry out a and Czechoslovakia following the
suicide stand In Greece and the Liberators' attack.


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YU~~AV. AUGURT~. IK.


Talk Of Trinidad

1XCR LENCY the ACting Oovao and MM; W1ft 111b
ttand M in T~ w 0hsar. agor andMr. WyMr.I
Wrav nd Cpog v a=the w C-at
Onhis arrival in Tob4 9o f OSf tite byOW.
t tothe, chamber of oommnerce. Mr. Woland. the ch
after which His Excellency addressed the meeting.
l Excellency and Mrs. Wright. Mr. Roberta Wray and
wWere then entertained to lunch at the Robinson Crm
s ofcs of the Tobago Division special Reserve Pon".eI
present being Colonel Poceock. Major Liddelow, Cept. a
.Twer. and Ast -8upt and Mrs. E Widdup.
The party attended the p)llce sports at the Oovernmien
the afternoon. and Mr. and Mrs. Brtnkley entertalned the
Sat urieigh House.
0 Afterwards at the Farm there was a demonstration by the
Police which wa witnessed by HisU excellency. who al
Prize to the winners in the sport events and made
X the evening Mr T. C. Cam bridge, the Warden, entertal
yrt at cocktails, and la'er His Excellency and Mrs. Wright
ined Capt. and Mrs. Harrower. M aJor Liddelow and Mr. Cat
o dfeiner at Government House.
Thfie party returned to Port-of-Spain on Sunday evening.
STHE CbCKTAIL PARTY given by Mr. Cambridge on So
n the following were among those present. Mr. an
SAlefo nd -. cDr, and Mrs. Norrtis Blanc. Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Brinkley. Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Byro
de BoMastere ,Dr. and Mrs. Bisette. Mr. Mrs. Bell, I
Mr. T. C. Cambridge, Mrs. Cambridge and Miss Cambrid
p s. Donald Clark, Mr. St. Yves and aid.y Dorothy doeV
IL. i.velyn. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Ferrer. Mr. P. Forde. ,I
Albert de Gannes, Mim M. dae annC. and Mr. an
Srant, -nCapt. and Mrs. R. H Harrower, Dr. and Mre
f Die, Miss Dory Ibberso, n Mrs Lucy Latour-laink. Mr. ant
ftik lAtour, Mr. Adrian Latour, Rev. E. C. MacLaren Mur
I d Mrs. J. H, Maurice, Mr and Mrs. Walter Mendes,
meh ng.Mr. and Mrs F G; Maynard. Mr.s Renao SMcKat
e h tchrei ne, Mr. Kurt Nothnagel, Mis Wanda NotE
r. maed 'Mrs. Al R eece, Mr. Kenneth Reid, Mr. and Mrs.
%ly Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sealy, Capt.. C. A. Turpin, Mr. anr
S pddU. Mr and Mrs Luke Whitlock. Mr. andA s Mrs. hA
eolIand, Mr. Roberts Wrsy, and Capt. Harding Cark, the
MR. KAI NFILSON, who left. sometime ago for Canada wi
family, has written to a friend saying that he is no
Vtyed in the Pulp and Paper Division of the Governmene
Toronto He says that with the heat-wave Canada has be
psiencing in the post two months, his children are even
Aed thant tiey were in Trinidad, and he is hoping the coo
o o will oon sta.rt.
Mr. and Mrs. NeilSon asked to be remembered to their
la l friend&
Ff". committee re&p.spibnh for the grand ball to aid .t. J
t+sonvent Buildinga rind wish to remind all interested
*M to be sure to make the daie, Friday, September 15, a mes
O !' tbhetr presence at the Prinrea's cPilding.
WOt ty are ',he puplL of generations bark riinited but thi
onled to ,tiend with the1 htdren and grand-children. their
(if *heir frlend.x, sn that thts ti;nrtion should festtu
OA thato Is lnr i 'i to exiM. ber een them and their distressei

491 LCOA PAd Xm si i nr l Mn. J, daighters of Mr. nihd
Oom P. who a re iavuc for Cnads shortly with the A.T.8
had a faxewell party ai !h-r mn;her.m home on Sunday mor
A h uffet, thr Iih artdrink- were served and there was
tO m5.is. PIlov1 by a*pv'k-lip"
Among h' r lti v. rw-:v, Mr md M. Jid-Mo.;rLi, leut.
Mrs. Kenneth onaon, Mr C'% 1! (!onit- Miss Molly 1,
Mis Angela Walker. MI:ro Madgli Ta.er, Mr. Wi;lie c'andella
C. Maze,. Mr. C. Whinor. Mr H (hent, Mr. Errol McFarlar
WatsLorl, Mrs. M. m, a,'k, M ls Manro FP!hill and Ml-e Paricia



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jMONO reipw ,:lt d rturl'S for ('sahItas ,'p Mr an1d Mrs
fo nrrettl, nof Forest R'e,'re, who '.A rp accompanied b% their
Mldren. 'thirv wen On long lea '!PR hi.h they Intend to sp
the home in Calgary, nd t ley ex p 7Ct ito be away for three n
A LI'fI'LE PArnla xa given at Mr. Johnny Melvin's hot
ISaturday everung to celebrate Mr, L. William Carlton',i bl
aimne t~hoce who attended were Mrs. D, Phillips, M
qs.O1I, Mr- W. Lambolrne. Mr. 0. ThompaotI, Mr. R, VW
Q.. LOcth. Mr. H. (Ireaves and several others.
0 $
D.UNLAPthe wife of (' apt. Dunlap. and her itwo nie
4' i lda nd Miss Margtuerit a a('stro, are saIyig good
Ttfldad this week,
They are going to Maricaltb. Venepzuela. to vlsit: 'eltliv
gftsr spending six WerXa with them are leaving for Icq Ai
CalforTia. tno loin Capt. Dunlap. who is. employed tilere.
__ WILL YOCJU PLEASE
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Vitamins Are Essential For De LUX lD LUX 46LOBE @ GL
Beautiful Skin And Hair t ODAY-2, TO2AY O2Y TO MO
--L s ~~~~4.45 &48.45 o'cock TRURSDAY T* i nN cw
W much Tow duietplas= aeryimportant rule ha Your li fe.Ytr beauty
866 0i"miee V.itamins Am B, B-Oomple C and D are very mS.
. ark tal t healthyU a nd aip and haire. oods eon"talnl do the
airman, abuld be on your menus daily. Here they are listed:
Vaall i A Butter, margarine, ,
SCapt. l fish liver oils are w rTcb S-
i Hotel sourew f A. Yellow vegetables How To Set
smg (carrots, sweet potatoes and pump-"ww 'IB..-
dMr kin. ) and green leafy vegetables
(beet. tops, cabbage and the like)
are rich In Vitamin A, and so are Yo rOwnHair
it P rues for dessert.
m to e VitminB aeIl w : A diet During hot weather and busy
containing whole grain or enriched days there is no tihu to spendtw
special breads and cereals, l, green hours or longer. i a beauty l on
lso Pre- leafy vegetables and fresh meat having one's hair done. But to set l- Wilp
a Short provide the B'a. Yeast Is also very l at home present quite a pro- i
ood If you have a deficiency bem to a wman who is accus- iSM f.M,,l*
ned the WVaer in which vegetables are tomed to the experienced fingers of 4 -B
tenter- cooked should not be thrown away. a hairdresser. Fty U3. S II .HC
mbrldge, It contains this precious vitamin Naturally straight hair done sim-
b Vitna C: Oranges. grapefrults, ply In rolls or braids Is the easiest INITA 6RANVILLE Pa
lemons, limes and tomatoes, pine- to dress aid sometmes It can look AU PRTER KVF LUKE q A
apples and melons. Green leafy very chic indeed. But most girls E PRE M
vegetables and green pepper. This and women yearn for a wave, or a o KRSU
id Mrs. posure to air or heat. Fruit OhoFld feminine. Such a hair-do Is not -
Staniey not be cut or squeezed until need- easy to set so that when combed s A
in. Mr. ed. Eat vegetables raw to glet great- out it will look smart. E
Mr, Jim est beneQ~. The consensus of heirdressers Is E
al: Mr. li n D--As you known you get that the shorter hair tnot longerE s P T
tertuli ,this frcim th. sun's direct rays ti-an si Inches in anyC A spot, I T
4r. and when no clothing is )n your body the easiest to curl-and pin up. T -
id Mrs. ar portions of your body). If youafte or a shampoo. And aIl say that
. T. A, do nct get direct sunshl.ne, you the loose permanent is the only on e I Retum
id Mrs. must depend.upon egg yolk, fish that can be handled by one's self. TOMORROW Str n
&I, Mr. liver oils concentrate, milk to If you want your hair to take on Starring
y. Mr. Massie doses of Vitamin D have sbampco it and rinse it well and a JOHN PAUL

Capt whic Vitamin dish, ola~s been adde au new glos and vitality you will =e STAR = Margare___________een__eet rr__r __HRITMAHOLIDAALL B am lu
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POINT FORTIN
TONIGHT at .0.-
M.G.M's Mighty Double
I- FINGERS AT THE WINDOW
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Laralne Day
.-HONKY TONK
with Clark Gable and Lana
Turner
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Edge
B. A --


ILate 10-Minute Drive
SM~aroon Victory


ate goal. eded out Queenls Roysr CoUege in a
ystrday Of the A5i$aion ground by a 2-1


w iw tame affair,
i m ovements
by defence
Sput their best e#-
and Q.RC.'s 8.
Ot outstanding nla
|btfrom a Scrim-
S aolle8's citadel,
|d the first goal for
i not keep their lead
Q.R.C.'s forwards,
R With 'K. Threstal at
t the Casuals' defence
t imes.
adtl centre-half
the pressure, and
pt he equallsier with
exchanges resumed
I- Trestrail at centre-
d mot of the college's
the moae danger-
-ad McMillan, the
aein at times brought
saves to keen the
Iae at the interval.
w ption both Q.R.C.
raided each other
By, hut the defences
bWst 10 minutes. Casuals
iU drive, with Rochford
a burst of speed down
inf, gave the students
Uncomfortable moments
picial stage with the
one-all deadlock. Casu-
warded a free-kick In
Area, but it served no
kjely after this, Dave de
eut in from the left and
Men refereed.
hMSs were:--
L-K. McMillan: 8. Cartey,
- R. Rawlins, T. Gamn-
W.Celestain: C. Gay, V.
?.warrell, C. Rawlins and K.
8L8_K. Warren: K. War-
aebi; K. ILaughlin, R.
L Waller; R. Rochford.
i, V. Stollmeyer, D. de
gond C. de Silva.
.L. edlate matches %re
.bis afternoon. They
SNotre Dame on New
eeree: Mr. Harold
S Sporting Club on
1grpound. Referee: Mr.
w Wll lay: -H. Sealy: C.
'..Rocke; H. Meyers, J.
er Mooke, 8. de
.T. Joseph. C.
moaIng. Reserve: D.


trophy
th Cricket
1e00. August 26-
ve a new trophy for
among cricket clubs
r the Hon'ble T.
S promise of a trophy
1etaton of the Raha-
Class and Ell Jay
at Skinner Park
afternoon.
a fairly large gath-
pet fans before mak-
tation, the Mayor
he will have his
with the many
ericket trophies here.
atulated the teams,
. "r capturing the Ra-
and Maple for win-
M m-Jay Cup.

t"rn Reach Final
S F.A. Trophy
*rtche the final stage
Second class es -
eries ftor the PA.
S three-nil triumph
yesterday.
$Coeda goal right on
tO hold Providence,
pions, to a one-all
l match will be re-
rWednesday with Mr. C.


I Finals
.O. Tonight
Sthe International table
ey will be played at the
Sat Wrightson Road to-
Sll start at 7.30 o'clock
Oe asked to check In at
gate No. S, At 7.15
following is the sche-
for the finals:
.ebow v. Fleet Air Arm
V. U.S. Navy
H.M.S. Benbow
rMY v. U.S. Navy
H. hurricanes.


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Forest Beat

SBrighton 4-0 In

Oilwell Game
Tridad Guardian Corresp ndent
LA BREA, Aug. 28-Brightor
Football Club were knocked out o
the race for poosession of the 01
Wells Supply Cup and medals las
Saturday afternoon when they en
countered the powerful Forest Re
serve squad on the heavy, slushy
recreation ground at Forest anu
bowed to defeat by the margin of
four goals to nil before a large
number of soccer fans.
The final score,. does not, how
ever, furnLh an accurate Indica-
tion of the general run of play. It
was a game In which the fast
moving forwards of Forest Reservi
made good use of almost every
goal-scoring opportunity that pre.
sented itself, whereas the payers of
the attacking line ot the Brightor
XI wasted a number of golden
scoring opportunities.
Star performer of the entire
g'me was Aldwin John, of the
Foresters XI who, from his posi-
tIon at inside-right, thrilled the
crcwd with clever bail-control
and crowned a splendid after-
noon's work by ramming home
three beautifully-timed goals.
SDuring the opening stages of
the game, the Foresters ,,ettlec
down to a vigorous offensive and
Forbes. Samuci and Hugh Joseph
were forced to put their best ef-
forts forward in checking the
raids of Ahamad Charles, John
and De Gourville.
Then, when the game was in
progress for about five minutes
Orant, on collecting a beautiful
pass from John, winged a gem ol
a shot across the visitors' go'al
and Do Gourville, with a burst, ol
speed, cut in smartly and bes'
goal-keeper Gardiner.
Thereafter, the visitors domina-
ted play during the next 15 min-
utes, but goal-keeper Thomab
Paved brilllantiy shots from Ri-
beiro, Forbes, McAllister and Lee
While Ivan Brewster, assisted by
T. Bower, broke up their most
splendid attempts.
Then just a few minutes be-
fore lemon time, a scrimmage
took place in front of the Brigh-
ton goal and A. John netted with
a stiff shot,
SPLENDID COMBINATION
At the resumption, the Brigh.
ton forwards combined splendidly
but shot poorly.
For.i,, Reserve a.tiin settled
down to their own ..ho"t-passing
game and as De oGourville galnuri
possession of a pass "from p.
lcott, he centred accurate,, to
John who netted smartly with a
well placed drive, and, Just II0
seconds before the final blast,
John achieved the enviable "hat
trick" -- three goals in a row
with a scorching grounder.
For the victorious team, T.
Bower. G. Thomas, I. Brewster,
A. Charles and De Go urville
played grand soccer, while T.
Forbes, S. Sami el, H. Joseph, F.
McAlilster and A. Ribeiro were
outstanding for Brighton.
Mr. A. C. Jack refereed the
game and the teams lined up as
follows:
FOREST: George Thomas: Ivan
Brewster and 0. Callender: C.
Gonzales, T. Bower and F. s'ott:
L. De Gourvllle, Ahamad Charles,
A. John and H. Grant.
BRIGHTON: T. C. Gardener;
T. Forbes and S. Samuel; H McD
Joseph, C. Brown and Ri. O'Gar-
row; F. McAlltter, J. Marshall,
R. Cuffle, A. Ribeiro and E. Lee.


Making a stan
thanks to

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TRINIDAD. w
MOUSE. SALE for
Wednesday, 30th IDLE BOAS I
Avgist, 1044. WE KNOW
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
that by order of ARLINGTON WE ARE:
FITZGERALD HARDWOOD in
exercise of the Power of Sale
conferred on mortgees by the *
Conveyacing Ordne and co- rin i
talnd and Implied In Mortgage
Bill of Sale dated 11lth June, 1943,
Reg. No. 41 of 191 made be- tat1e
tween LONARD TOUSSAINT and t tI
LAURINA RJCHARDS of the one
par and the said ARLINGTON a d
PrITZORALD HARDWOOD of and I
the other part. there will be put
UD for sale by Public Auction at
the Auction Mart of the under-
signed at 9B, Harris Promenade
(near Court House). Ban Pernando.
between the hours of I and 3 pam.
0n WEDNESDAY. 30th AUGUST. ALWAYS AT
1944. AILL AND SINGULAR that A Al
ce.'atn wooden tenement measur-
Ing 30 feet by 20 feet. comprising I
three rooms with a kitchen
attached meaurmln I feet by 12 Ul a
feet and a parlur also thereto S
attached meauuMiN I feet by 12 sl
Ifeet ending on wooden pillars
on lands of tbe U.3.O.T. Com-
pany, the said bufld1a covered SAN WVm
wth red fel t J05u at OGaude
Looe Point r.in ithe Ward TA
of L& Brea. in the Islan of Trild- A
dado.
Dated this 14th day of August.
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in Her Spare Time
HE un nc~sble pirnt of the
Saemef Brtan mis well Uus-
uaid in this letter from Miss
F. Cliford, of Londom, who, at
the age of 56, is more than douin
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TEE NDIA CLUB
Members are hereby Iaformed that the U&nagg-
Dirctor's part? wloh was to be held at the cgibroois
on Saturday. S ':r;'ner 2.has trn .c-tpioned tnUft"e ...
owing to the Rnasan Season as It IS feard that 04
Muslm members of the m.ub wIl: rot be ahle to pertioelpf .

B. DeIdlIlh.


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F EXHIBITION


..._ u~tmaps SasH aa

City XI Held Naparima Score 3-2 Victory Dr. Chase" Oinfm

To 3-All Draw Over Victoria In S.A.F.A. -

At Foresi---- FOR SALE
r~t L U~aLTrinida Guardian Corrfesondent
At-Fre BAN FERNANDO. Aug. 2 A long-ranger from Stolukeley at out-
Forest Reerv, came back from e len. tlss than three minutes before tbe finish gave NapL"-.na a
A three-one deficit to level scores hard fought 3-2 win over Victoria, wiicn :hcY, nt in the S AY ii M oT Or LaUnCh
at thre.all before the msntch first leaguer at Skinner Park this a:ernoon.
was blown off when they clashed .. ... -- It vas a dwr.g-djng tu.sle, an,
with a city te lead by Brunell T rounds ant iout:ds of ;pIaulse Length Ovrll
Jonesiath Fty team ead bon S runday. lL IBarrad[1ais were heard as bo.lh sid.es kept Length O rall 23"4"
IJoneu at Fylabd on Sunday.* ,-,, 31-.,1 4Ua ,It{,,1U raiding e'ch other thruilhout the .
S A heavy shower of rain which I71 second half ,nen the vores sere Beom ...................".... .
be.'n about ten minutes after the l levelled all. e-h hf" '
beEm bou tn mnues ftr te V lI[ Z7UIt .1i II4P Napaz:uma opened 0n Dh f en pth..........&"-U
start of play and fell almost sie and thouened got an tearh lead p ..................
throughout the game, converted CL R hen otT an early lead
an already wet ground into a mud- cl a ai ll plactd shot, from close C 'INSTR BULT
I pool making ball control difficut. o Ul .Nafvyj 1L lilt .n. .. OdisT oNS cTl;TO
w _, ,- I' K~aae WaSs nort lived *S S The visitors were on top from i t F.:( Thi s Icade was shtortia lived A COPPERED ON BOTTOM
it -rrt~ualised fur 'ietmiIa lion
Sthe start and Phil Douglin struck Louis Barradas, champion "na-I a rim trough. ai l Morris Ma g
San upright with a grounder In ter welterweight ooxer of Trii.M- The students were soon again iMorri Marpeleingnt
Ia iddeth The studel,= ..... hnts were ,-;eo n aanr)"cmleewhpoeer
I the early stages. Then Jim Hard- dad, Added. the MerrCl;I.nt Navy on Ll marpa.h, and Loor Khoor . wi l shafted an
Sing sent his team ahead Irom Clubs chls npion.iup t h list ut bet Bi man all the av th a ll
.' ~bea t Bl ....... ...l t _ile ...... t
Cl, Ul u ring achieveniments, .hin .oin atir- hjig hot from mid.field.
SForest began the second half in n ,he itd the Plain as though inpired by.
dtePrmned mannther aeond Calf inr coIouvf l Cari Parris i n ,ax- the piece of good Lie... Naparima Cu
f determined manner and Cabeilero rounder at the Merchant Naw Cls. h ent ra1dn- their o,,onents in c" e" cited ob> applica-
e gained possaesslon after Aldwin Jchn Parrks fougt t riliiatly he .pt raiding their opponents in wPtii tu Engineering Dept
fldbruotteParris fought -uriiiinitly ins he que~t of other goals, but it was
nad brhiount the ball. fourth and fifth, but Bflarra'dLas, With Victoria who found the nets, Baai(n
But the city team regained con- a grand la.t round laivy earnried a Foster as the m.r. .na.. ? ur... aitai
trol of the game and Bertie splendid vx';ory. the intetra found the Surel l' S ly
t Harding and Jim Harding scored Big surprise of the night or wa changedd To... ati& le oe Fes., Ltd.
Big st'r'~e thei~lght was! uncehanmed[(
in quick succession turned in by Carlos Thomas, for-1 The second session was featured t .
e The visitors held on to'their mer St. Mar s College ,ightlcigit by raids from both ide s but in* __-_ _'_ _
y 1 .id, but as play con iued. Forest chamapioln. the dvsl momenth. iest gavb e i
Swore down their opponents, Thomas whipped Cyril Frncs aa th winning .ol, with I- e. ..
r'.:arles and John netted to equa-the Trini ppad cha rpiol Fw*irol, Nhad .parima the winning goal with FURNITURE SALE
Slise scores.nd n lifted the crown font Lawrence 'a high shot from the left w.ng. rU I URE AL
Star plers for Fsc ores. Assam a munth ao Mr. A. Durity refereed the
S Star plaerere Thomas was given little chane match, while Mr Billouin, a'd A 9M HENRY STR ,r.
Ahamad Charles and Gonzales by the experts but turned in a McAllMier ran the lines -
Swhile John Sampson and Dudley brilliant victory. The teams THIURSI)AY. 31ST. AUGUST 1I4
SHusbands were sound in the City With Mr. Nilson Betancourt NAPARIMA: F. Frederick: H AT 1.30 P.M.
team's defence, popular sportsman, looking on, Touissant, S. Loor-Khoor; I. Smith,
SRussel O'Brien, the Belmont Or- F. Sales, C. Jones, 8 West. M Instructed by Mrs, M. Maynard
STABLE TENNIS phanage idol, floored A. Timnohy Beard. C Benn., A. Frederick, and who is leaving the Colony, I will
in the fourth of a scheduled six- L. Jaggernauth.
The city team wi i a seven- rounder to capture the Merchant VICTORIA: -- Blenman: W scl by Auction the following useful
match table tennis series by six Navs featherweight championship Smith, L. Taylor; C. Ga, M. Gov- houtsehold furniture.--
to ole. by a technical ktnocl:out; while n don, M. David: L Foster, J. All, I.
Scores with the visitors men- Louis Barra.ts won thle welter- Greenidge, P. Henry, and A 2 large Cedar Wardrobes; I Crap
Stoned first were As follw,: weight title from Carl Parris in a oyce. Wardrobe; l-tift, 61ns. Tall Pst
S V. Gibbons lost to H. Callender six-round thriller. TODAY'S MATCH lf in. Tail Post
(Capt.) 12- 21, 21-11, 21-2s The Navy's light heavyweght Spitfire will meet St Benedict In Bed with Spring, and I Fibre Mat-
V. John won from C. Morgan title was claimedby Captain R. a S.A.F.A first I"ague shield fix- tress; 1 Hair Mattress; 2 China
S21 18, 21--14 Brunton. he taking an Impressive ture at Skinner Park this after- Wash Sets: 1.3ft. 6ins Tall Post
H. Morri won from A. Osbowi.e points win front C;'rporal Jones. neonl. Iron Bed with Fibre Mattress: 2
21 -. 21-11. The mildgetwii:; it over rSPITFIRE--will tlay C. Boyce:i Cedar Linen Presscs; 1 Orap.
G. John (Capt. won from 0. three rounds as en Intr luctoir A. Hassy aliV.Doon; R. eLa- Bureaux with Mirror; 1-4ft. Wah
OQborne 21-12, 21 15. affair w,'s one of the Star fights of Lastide. C MaurcC. F. Joines:P. Stland with Tiles and Imported
E. John won from A. St. ailaire the night, as P. Nareiga and A Crawford, V. Brown. 0. des Vignes. Marble; 1 Crap. Book Ce;
21-12, 21-12. Cralgwcll. both of the Belmont W. Baird and M. Dyer. Brass Bell: 1 Biscuit Jar; I Mahog-
P, Carr won from L PFellx 21 -7, Orphanage, fought to a draw. _- any Couch: Centre Marble Table;
21 12. While In attendance, Mr. Nelson ANCHOR FACTORY WIN 3 Small Centre Tables; 4 Rockers;
D. Husbands won from 0. Thol Bet.',ncourt learnt, front a cable re- Anchor Factory defeated Guar. DIning Chairs 2 Bentwat Sathrs;
mas. 21-12, 21-13. ctlved that his son. Gerard Betan- Adncyr Facaow margin .40--. olrng Chre ; C et airrs: iea gso:
Exhibition game: H. Call,.nd-r court, was presently holding the dan bn a narro a-tours thriller -t S d BChairs; Dineat Wleoo;
won from 0. John 18-21, 21 12, light-heavyweight championship of on Sudy in a All-ours thriller Side Board 3 Drawl r oom
21-18. the Royal Canadian Air Force, and Lamps; s5 Electrical Shades; 1 Bx-
B[_-LLA,, recently won by a Kayo in repre- _--_ -- tension Dining Table; 1 Small Din-
SBILLIARD senting the R.C.A.F. ,igslnst the Ing Table; I1 Kitchen Table: 2
Mikey Phillips scored the only Navy. Small Deskso 1 Ci rkna Tea ret-,
Win fo'r the vsiora b i=, I At the conclusion. Captain Large Assortment ofCrockery.A
resultsof s attiN umber of Pictures: 11 Suits and
wi foreuthes isofrwhchwatr ei Roberts distributed cups to the A otifn Shr.ts;r. w Roo
lwhich were is 11- title'winners. et of Shirts-, 1 Drawing Room
lows: wMr Starck. M. C.. for the night. U c Carpet.
M. Ph~ipl won from F. Scott. thanked those who had donated
B. Brathwaithe won from V prtzes, especially Lt. CommandeS
Prizgar. rzes pially Lt Goo's on view on day prior to
Hayward. 'nd morning of sale.
F. Williams won froni J. amp- Mr. George Radix and Mr. Juan
A John om Best, Reece wfre the referees, whileCAp- S a, R. A. MOeE,
A. John won from H. Best. tain J. Oren, Dr. R. Marcano and Auctioneer
C. Fox won from L. Brown. Mr. C. Williams were the time- f A u tioe
TO-HOUR BIDG keeper and Judges respectively.
1W I- two-hour 'bridge. tourn&-F.A. TROIP(HY DRAW,
a.hou b um-a- Draw for the first round 6 the D
ment, H. Cherrie and L. B.'own, ot F.A.trophv games are as follow:
the city, scored 6,780 points to Thurs, Sept. 14: Maple v Casuals A IR Y Af
beat the Forest pair, C. Gittens and (A). A I
J. Celestine, who scored 1,180. On Fri. Sept. 15: Shamrock v Notre
the other table, R. Beat and B. Dame E' F, A T Ti
Jones, representing the city, lost Sat. Seut. 16: 2nd Class Club v .-'
to L. Figaro amnd T, Noriega, of Q.R.C. iF).
Forest. The winning pair scored Mon. Sept. IC F.A. Arm v Col COL C A T T LD
1,450 points to their opponents (B).
050. Tues. Sept. 190 Ot
The Forest Reserve Club corn- Wed. Sept. 20: "A" v St. Mar)'s OL
mittee headed by Mr. Ahamad (C'. PeLt V lle i
Charles and Mr. Lee Austin af- Thurs Sept. 31: 'B" v Sp-.ting Pett Valley, Diego
forded the visitors a very pleasant Club iD,. Martin in hall
day. Fri. Sept. 22: ain 1 t
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}' * V MAR-' f1.3 p.m. DON'T let a cold Sethiolddof y.
WHY PAY MORE L, ,tly ma3l*0 Th3rm0p .
Medicated Rub on threat rand
WE WERE ABLE TO REDUCE THE PRICE OP FMedicteded Ru bo ndhet An
Instructed bg Garden City chest.
V I TOR R OR D Development Co. Ltd. (Former L. It removes tightness, sothes
SMVansoste) we will sell: soreness, and with every breath
Just a Few Samples of Our Huge Assortment- 10 Head Grade Holstein ,ou draw, the lungs Inhale
g1rm.killlns vapour giving reliel
BEETHOVEN: Emperor Conclerte ......... Now $10.40 Cows (3) Calves (2) Bulls overnight from cough, wr
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 3 ........ Now $ a throat and stuffy nose and head.
TSCHAIKOWSKY : Symphony No. 5 .......... Now Sl0.0 (3) and Heifers (2) from 1 ThermogenRub is non.-grey.
GRIEG : Peer Gynt Siile ....... Now 1 1.76 6 n l in nonstaining. It contains nine In.
LISZT: lIungarian m Fantadia ... Now 1 5.07 to 6 years old. and all in rdlnts alilly choe n s
RAEL Blro..............N 347 gradients specially chosen to
RAVElTOR N : BER leroS .................. Now 4.7 splendid condition. combat head and chest colds. It
VICTOR DANCE RECORDS ................ Now .93 odiio r /es twice as feet--eU twice es
A real good opportunity to se-I sonf.
NEW SHIPMENT JUST OPENED. oe some valuable Dairy Stock. I
--peD-tiu-r- See us for full particulars orAlways keep a jar handy-
Stole Distributors he Petls at anytime from you may neeo It urgently.
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18 HENRY STREET 'PHONE 4165 iTr ts
OUR ONLY SUB-AGENT IN TRINIDAD 1S Hthn Ltd. Ifl
S. KHAN, San Fernando. Boyd & Hutchinson Ltd.. |
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g -AuSo.. 30. 3L& Lewis d e:,dr nsb n. -ro1",s4. wi e ~t~~~, st, l e ea~vtae.Cmay enwata~ thhous. 5, At, KOWLEDGMENTS














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