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en High Posts

Vital War Move

July M (AP)-4W., streamlining the German Gov-
invested his top-ranking Nazi Party leaders with
M prering the appointment of a plenipotentiary who
,et a "4demnfd Information from and give instructions to
SR ih autorites." This' wording suggested that Hitler
t become .rd.lnatte to his leading party henchmen.
ema gn Gee--.--- ---
s mdJap Premier
penalbead If

.appointed 00e-
of t eMitch.
to the
S for the tota

,I fight hand man will ] eneral KunlaU Kolo, former
tathe Rich, whi

iS tan' thae co-

|lOf oeebbels since ha" formed new Government
s odn Ho tler';Ut V s alife in JaPan, to replace the fa'len
S? MJ0L X I GeO r man y. Pr emier G en H lidek i T .jo *and
far Germany's fight.

ad i d to broad- Canet.-(AP photo).
of totle twar.
th reet sta-
It essntalthat
WW must serve the
SOMMe and the arma-
I djrse ntoeffect
WM bh and man will Genetdral UMNoai wes, former
This is the Governor-Genera of Korea, who
mention that has
JIM5 of Ooebbdla since has formed a new Government
PU O Btleft life In Japan, to replace the fallen
OP :e:ca give orders Preesier Gen. Hideki Tojo and
. *ffirit in Germany,
9 := to broad.. his Cabinet.-(AP photo).
k*h serroan people to- 'I _________

oestapo ~Ief Heinrich
Sd been named Comn-
| tIe of the German
y m a an aftermath ox
jeed bomb attempt last
t Hitler's life.
i General Walther
i leader of the bat-
air.mles In the east,
e eofong tu-
on his escape
last week. per-
6M'tH tlnon that the
iMWporatly control
H iimhoftbe Reih.
i|A*Mr. Anthony
Mai ry., to;d the

S. asany from
a l that he was
e the full extent
'Or to draw any In-
I 15i the likely develop-
htr~amUY draw
NU:-e might Ityda
|pC fro tharesent
StKurt Dlttma. propaganda
|VHMths 00221=pe-t
L ai d Important
i% Stkgower of our
Spartic early on the
4 newm item from
M, Reuter says, means
SQ'mans have got to
j nHigh t Comnmand
B in a breathless
ieman News Agency
WMcatering establjh-
S- been ordered to
11 Solcess, while the ,
bel" to being broadcast
Fbmeld5 of the agency.
e announcement la
P~r'pto by convesa-

*,I Mackenmn
By The Gestapo"
JtW auly X (AP)-
Sbroadcas uncon-
te that Oolo.l-Oen-
S on Mackensoen, on
1t Augut vao Mao-
SWorld War fame,
e he OGetapo" and
Do rman ambas-
wt^e was under OW-
w0 added that General
E siebit Bcwp burg,
theB tank wsvison
Sdi appeared from
asowrttime ago and
e hard of since."

W announced today

at .teBmpting
Ur o BthWewatrsap
PJ^Ghuia recoiled
SA iaS rn t near
" appeared S. be trying
:1^ the Japan-
Sm. -W 3fl mB-sa~at
Dj=tape with 54 tos

SBurma Battles

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Fight For U.S.

WASHINGTON, July 25 (AP).-
The Argentine Government evi-
dently ended Its latest drive to win
diplomatic recognition from tne
United Staes and turned instead
to charting further moves design-
e4 to split the American nations
utied against it. A verbal oMlash
between Washington an swm
AIres is the IUmmdiate prpeet.
The Argentine rtgimie Is sohe-
duled to eoxp.ain tomorrow Its posl-
tion in recalling Adrian Escobar.
i Ambassador to Washington
The United States and the co-
operating American nation, are
due to define anew either tomorrow
or Thursday their attitude towardd
the Argentine administration based
on the contention that it has fol.
lowed a course hurtful to the Uni-
ted Nations in their struggle with
the Axts.
In Washington the view is that
it is up to the people themselves to
decide whether they want to con-
tinue to be ruled by a Government
ostracised by Its neighbours. The
Argentine leaders apparently take
t serious view of their popular
The United States and most of
the other American republics have
not recognized the Farrell reg.nie
since it came Into power early this
year. At one time Bolivia, Pkra-
guay, Chile an# Ecuador extended
some degree of recognition, but re-
cently when the United States re-
called Mr. Norman Armour, its
ambassador, the tour countries,
which had given some recognition
likewise ordered their ambassadors
home, thus restoring a solid front
of Allied nations in this hemisphere
against the Farrell regime.
Argentina persisted in her hope
for a reversal of the" American
liicy until yesterday when Mr.
ell Hull, United States Secre-
tary of State, let It be known at a
Prus conference that the reasons
would be linked to Argentina's al-
leged prorAxis wnduct upder the
Farrell administration. Thereupon
Duepow Aires announced that in
view of Mr. Hul's comment Esco-
bar was being recalled.
This Is considered here to mean
a Argetina bad given up hope
t the United S States would
chante its poiciy and had loot the
only p eslbiaWty of persuading some
of the Latin American countries to
break away from the hemisphere
agreement to act co-operativ*iy on
a Political questions of common
teresat. i
Speculation Is that the Buenos
Aires statement will present two
arguments. First, for use primar-
Ily outside of Argentina. it likely
will be that the Farrell regime has
co-operated to the fullest with the
United Nations. The second. pri-
marily for use Inside Argentina. li
expected to state in tones of d;Bfl-
anee and with nationalistic pride
that the Government at Buenos
Aires has no intention of yielding
to any outJide "dictation" in the
senduot of Jits affairs.

Anglo-US. Oil
Talks Open
Anglo-American talks aimed at a
oommn pest-war oil policy be-
Soty with both ides expect-

smton which In talking Wtth 6
GdOWW SaMUM abtot grou led by
Mr. Oaoi Hull, Secresary of
IXae Wll goalIs a permaneDn
At ioAimetean Commission to
~ ,itpouc'n oMR be r1563-
c=eMan gement is reached.
llh tWe Ulited Sk"
in o fewM Via 4 Namoa Mal

Allies Close

On Florence

British Only 10 Miles
From City As US.
Forces Drive Inland
ROM, July 3 (AP)-British In.
pantry, gaining In small but bloody
battles through mountainous roun-
try, advanced today th within less
than 10 miles cf Florence from the
south, while American troops, lilht-
Ing Inland along the Arno R ver
were reported only 11 miles west o0
the city.
The enveloping Allied drives on
Florence were being pressed In the
face of bitter enemy resistance.
Nazi troops yielded each successive
position onl after being blasted out
aoe. there was always a new strong-
hold into which they could retire.
As the Fifth and Eighth Armies
moved for the final assault on the
city, there was no indication that
Field-Marshal Albert Kesselring
had any plan to defend it desper-
akly rather than withdraw his
forces into the "Gothic Line" on
the northern side of the Arno
which flows through Florence.
Heavy flghlng occurred east of
San Minliato, about 20 miles from
Florence, where the Nazis twice
cowmter-attacked .against advanced
American groups. Both counter-

Kesselring Slightly
Wounded During Tour
NEW YORK, July 25 (AP)-
The Lterman radio tonight said
that Field-Marshal Albert Kes-
relring, Ccmmander-ln-Chlef of
the German troops in Italy, has
been slightly wounded while
making a tour of the front
lines. He was able to continue
his tour, however, said the
broadcast, recorded by the
Federal Communications Ccm-
ml 3lon.

attacks were repulsed with losses.
A third enemy thrust was disrupted
by American artillery before it was
well under way.
Nazi troops still held the greater
part of Pisa on the Arno's north-
ern bank. All bridges across the
stream have neen demolished %y t'e
withdrawing enemy. British guares-
men, closing upon Florence from the
south, smashed through the vil-
lages ctf Monteloralle, Sambuca and
South African armoured forces
pushed through the town of Greve
-and continued up a secondary high-
way against brisk opposition.
Eighth Army patrols reported
that the town of Oubtlo and the
old' Moastery of Saint Ubal
Mount Inguno behUind the
have been cleared of the enemy. It
was not disclosed immediately what
happened to the 231 civilians who
were being held as hostages, and
threatened with death by the Ger-

The King

Tours Naples
His Majesty the King began a
busy day in Italy with a tour of
Naples harbour in a fast stream-
lined launch which swept past Al-
lied ships draped for the occasion
while bands on board were playing
the National Anthem. One of the
ships the party boarded was the
American Flagship Admiral Hewitt.
Off shore His Majesty saw sQamine
of the engineering repair work
that has been done in Naples and
he wound up the morning by In-
specting a party of naval men-
merchant seamen from Britain.
the United States, France. Poland
and Greece. After lurch, which
he had with General Sir Henry
Maitland Wilspn. the Supreme
Allied Commander in the Mediter-
ranean, the King changed his
Admiral's uniform for a Field
Marshal's and set off by air to
visit the Allied armies.
The King's 'plane flew over some
of the recent battlefields, including
the Anzio area, before landing at
an airport near Pome. Waiting
there was General Alexander, and
correspondents say that the two
men had a clme conversation be-
fore they drove off together In an
old open car which General Alex-
andeT used In his desert days. A
new touch was the Royal Standard
on the bonnet.

Conquering Red Army Now Reported

At The Vistula As Allies In Normandy

Crash Forward In Big New Offensive



4,000 Allied Planes
Aid Surge Forward
3y Armies
QUARTRS, July 325 (AP)-Brlt-
ish and American Armies in Nor-
mandy today crashed forward
powerfully in the greatest co-
ordinated offensive cf the In-
vasion, paced on the American
front by more than 3,000 United
States 'planes, comprising the
mightiest aerial fleet ever hurled
at the German battleline.
British and Canadian armour
and infantry surged southward
from Caen before dawn, seizing
at least two towns in a mile ad-
vance before buffeting into a for-
midable barrier of Nazi tanks with
88 millimetre guns.
The Americans advanced eight
hours later, but headquarters
cloaked this operation in almost
complete secrecy, not even dis-
closing the location or direction
of the big push. Berlin broadcasts
said the attack was launched
northwest of captured St. Lo.
"Fighting continues very strenu-
ously," on both the United States
and British sectors, said head-
Lieut.-General Omar Bradley's
American First Army struck be-
hind a barrage of artillery shells
and bcmbs which literally para-
lysed Nazi frontline troops.
I There has been very heavy
fighting at both ends of the
Normandy front today, Reuter
states, and south of Caen, cor-
respondents say that the battle
has been just about as bitter
as anything since "D-Day."
..But as tonight's Allied com-
munique puts It, in spite of
stubborn enemy resistance
with armour and Infantry the
Alied advance has been main-
tabled and fightiu Is In pro-
ane I theu aWrt Maf-er-
...Ore ,rod Tilly to Oumlnsan.
Earlier reports from thi bat-
tle front were that troops from
western Canada and the United
Kingdom had pushed forward
on a front of 31 miles and
have gained up to a mile or
more of ground at some points.
Several villages four or five
miles south of Caen were re-
'ported captured and at one
time Allied men were said to
have a foothold in tile two
places tonight' co nt unique
names. But the Iat ,front-
line reports say tht German
counter-attacks have regained
bcth of these.]
[Howard Marshall, B.B.C.
reporter, speaking from this
front this afternoon, said that
our men are up against the
strongest opposition the (er-
mans have yet Put U in any
one sector. Element, of four
divisions are against us on this
narrow front, and by all ac-
counts they are crack troops.
all of them with orders to do
or dle.l
More than 300 American 'planes
hit the German positions for two
and a half hours.
Coupled with bombers and
fighters aiding the. British Second
Army offensive, the air armadas
aiding the twin punches totalled
some 4,000 'planes. A force of 1,500
Flying Fortresses and Liberators-
the biggest fleet of heavy Ameri-
can bombers ever sent on a single
mission-led the air assault, bomb-
ing from 10,000 feet. Five hundred
fighters escorted them.
They were followed by the pin-
point attacks of 500 Wmedium and
ight bombers and 5 00 fighter-
bombers'. Mainly they hailed down
light fragmentation bombs so as

Commander From U.S. Tells

Demand For A.T.S. Girls

A.T. recruits from British West Indian Colonies now serving
on the British Amy staff In Washington are proving themselves
capable clerks and secretaries to the army, Senior Commander
Hammick who is now In Trinidad selecting more local girls for
the A.T.S. told the "Trinidad Guardian" yesterday.
Engish-born, Commander Ham- -I
ib mim nick who has UaS.A. to Britain. They are grant-
seve.d on the ed furloughs of seven days every
Mtl1sh Ar m y three months to travel about Cna-
Staff in Washing- da and the US. and are taking
Stop for eneal advantage of opportunities afforded
months, is on a them through keen liaison work of
Stour of the kit- the American Red Cross Society to
lh West Indles meet friendly American citizens.
^ Hselecting girs to Living quarters sre provided for
25 clerical pOets, the girls In a large UJ.S. hotel where
HIn THinldad for facilties include large recreation
only a few days rooms. Young recruits are ending
so far her dck It quite an easy matter to adjust
A Army Head- themselves to Army routine, the
S e- Commander a mid.
Sw aeady A d about the acUvitlM of
WIM AT.ShOftd1
] a, wtU AT. b.T s gir D Britain, she sigd
_-^ ^ ittio gandshe ttat they. toee. wene workl tar .
MGMH tmF w day My helping IntW a Mot i WWI
SZl"-Mirnbelil5 a s liA O clerical posts.,
gboe O be had m@ Commander =M 1i0k will be
dg ave etrc hatM OW t leaving Trinidad s en u0 a td'
VVAM PM"* IH v to Use wmbwch takes bar 0 MIN to
Givanso, r~oAn#Ithi
aa m t eaB ad Antigua r ui
ln>>l~imi- IBMMM wb~te ji anito Noijt Otherw Sam" f

Florence Railway Wrecked
-.,-,-^.._, ,.;.,..... ^ '^ ^ . ,

Smashed and derailed German railroad ears testify to the accu-
racy of Allied bombers on the railway line to Florence, Italy. A
column of Alled vehicles moves along on road In upper right of
photo. This is a British official pihotio, released through Asso-
clated Press.



HeavyBombers Captured Nazi Generals
Smash Goering Urge End of Struggle
Smash GoerLONDON, July 25 (Reuter)
orks A t Li Si.;teen of the Germnan gSn-
Works At Linz eras recently captured by
Sthe Russians have issued a
-signed appeal calling on the
ROME. July 25 (AP) Medium German officer and men to
forces of heavy bombers smashed at renounce Hitler and bring the
the Ooering Tank Works at Linz. war to an end by r6zusing to
on the '.ustrian Danube near the go on fighting. The gen-
Bavarian border today and another orals all belong to the Army
Liberator formation struck at rail group which has been shattered
Yards In Vilal.h, Austria. by the Red Army's sweeping
The O:ering factory tI not yet bows and they say the re-
omplete but any branches were sut of rece:'t Lattles ha con-
re" 'tted to actv', It was de. vmnced them of the l, ql-.
or troi imiU"A1111s"i of tons ness of carrying ook,the .trb a
of Iron a .-teel annr aS aa s w e ,,
as to manufacture t n r- e Th1'appeal is pu blisid
poured cars. e tan and together with the namcs of
the generals who signed it in
30,000 Incendiaries the Moscow newspapers today,
30,000 In cn a ie and the Russians have been
Dropped On Siuttgart broadcasting it on both short
Sand long waves to the Oer-
LONDGv, July 25 (Reuter) mans and also dropping it by
R.A. Hallfaxes and Lancastars aircraft in leaflet form.
last night dropped more than 20,000 . ,
Incendlar bombs as well uas a great
oad of ,*.A explosives on T
C irman engineering and transport L| e
centre of Stuttar. It was a swift U sS L Co S
saturation attack which lasted only
a Quarter of an hour.
Stuttgartwhich lies a long way G a
Inland, is not an easy target and
the r "., took great painsto T otal
lead the German fighter pack*8 T t 30 01
far as possible. Two feint attacks 3 Z
were made rn two other towns l -
side Germany Frankfurt and WASHINGTON. July 25 (AP)-
Aachen. Mosquitoes dropped many American casualties in the first
4,000-pound bombs in a five-minjte five days of the Fighting on Guam
attack on Berlin. Island totalled 3.018 Including 443
So the Germans were kept guess- killed, 2,366 wounded and and 209
log until the very last moment missing.
where the main blow would fall These figures were reported by
and the result was that although Admiral Chester Nimiltz who said
the bombers which attacked Stutt- that In the same period 2,400 en-
garb 1.ade a return Journey of about emy dead were buried on Guam by
1,700 miles, mil of It over enemy tMe American forces.
territory, the German fighters never On Tlnlan Admiral Nimits re-
succeeded in Intercepting them in ported American casualties totalled
anT real strength. 240 through July 24. On that is-
Two otherores of R.A.F. heavy land, ,324 enemy dead were
bombers went to France. One counted.
made up of Lancastera struck at n th i n
oil stt rage tanks near St. Nazaire In the fighting for Guam, Admni-
fcr the second night running. rl imt saMd patrols from the
Crews reported dense clouds o assault forces which landed north
Crews reportedly dense clouds of and south of Apra have made con-
black smoke rolling up before the ad sout h of A fr c ve made con-
oombing was finished. The other tact. The northern forces, he re-
R.A.F bombers attacked flying ported. were making good progress
bomb installations, despite pockets of resistance which
From all .hnse operations 25 air- they met as they moved south-
craft are missing. ward.
Early ,hls morning Lancasters of The southern assault forces, he
Bomber Command, with fighter said, extended their lines across
cover, made as Mother attack on fly- the base of Orote Peninsula which
in' bomb launching sites in north- .shelters Apra Harbour.
emr France and also on a site which Admiral Nimitz also reported
appears to be connected with Oer- that, in the north PacifiAc on Sun-
many' threatened use of long- day. Ventura 'planes pounded the
distance rockets. Fron this attackenemy base of Paramushro in the
not one .lrcraft i missing. Kurile Islands, near the Japanese
The Germans report large num. homeland. They attacked an air-
bers of Allied bombers over Aus fi eld, starting several fires and
tria today. strafed a number of fdhing vessels
--- off shore.
ay City A flight of eemy fighters at-
Mayor e orts tempted to drive off the bombers
but damaged only one Amberican
Wflteriinnlnpffp 'plane One enemy fighter was
Water Supply Btter we. one --
r u r presumsbly shot down and another
All city reservoirs were filled dmage&
yesterday y Md there was consid- U S. st
erable mproeysment generally In .. CJU8itI.
the city's water supply, Councillor On Salpan 16.463
H. 0. B. Woodng. the city Mayor.
told "Trinad Guar re- WASHIMOTO. July 25 ( AP)-
porter yesterday. This wasu he Mr. James Forrestal. Navy See-
first time over a conideralme rotary, today reported that
period that such a report wu America ossMatIs In th
made. aof slpo In the western
Asked for a statement on the Siosrum HallS
water situation. Councillor Wood- eIC4 0im .iind-,hmiadi
tor said that he had been to ldam LoMI M--wounde. i S-I
that many Belmont reikente had mi3S..g... .
informed the Corporation that os- y m d d on e, ibe saM
their water supply had been tk W ;haebeen
im-- proved. A braee* -tae y has Been ha ed
mihed--- r..a- -te s-yor UKisi, bw" In. j-- by -- _ n adtWe
had tated afor soaido mb K .. oer of war
past.t e oaldd iet n..mme. hno. a'WI I9 ekI"mbiiSL
a much kettwp~y suhcke rWsusiBNiow%*
Deplvng to a questft so to an Oimm bar. wmee low
wn u h American aC iUihM ba bee
what hd- Sinumm d t m-odenate, while thoM of s e eam ey
prowemem t MOMsN w I.
sreslted eai te pels. -o w s work have hm liSS

Rokossovsky's Men

Ready To Outflank

Old PolishBorder

LONDON, July 25 tAP)-The conquering Red Army was reportA
late tonight to lave reached the banks of the Witla (Vistula) River, '
last big water barrier short of the German border, surrounded tns
city of Lwow, broken Into its outskirts to cut the last Na railway
escape route from the big Latvian city of Daugavp ls and drove
within 50 miles of Warsaw .
--- .- Racing towards the Wias
R Son a front of 30 mUi Mb
tween Lublin and Lukow, Mm
R U sians Say Rokossovsky's c svalry andt
d N opp e resdy to crasp the b
stream aid thus outflank Warsaw
N eed N o Polish, on the south before the stagge'io
Germans had the slightest oppor-
Sd t-kunit ty to reorganize their orwhed
T territory armies on Polish plans foc aW
sort of a stand.
Among the 200 towns taken by
IONDON. July 25 (Reuter)- the R'd Army on that front wer
-he Soviet Government tonight Motech, six miles we t of the
broadcast a statement on the "ghetto city" of Lublin and Saburi
Soviet Union relations with PO- ki, 11 miles west of Lublin and rt
land. it points out that the Red east of the Wisla. Red bombers
Army, together with Polish units, pointed the wy by heavily bomb.
are now fighting on Polish terri- tmg the Wi city of Debll"
tory to the west of the River Bug. guardian of the cromsg.
Soviet troops, It says, have en- IThe Generala
tered Polish territory with one the 1 ath Geam s n
aim in mind-to rout the German the 13th Gnrmanb armo. W
armies and help the Polish people corps and hv staff,. r"t *
throw off the Nazi yoke and re- says, have surrendered.l
store an independent, strong and cia some 80 places have bae
democratic Poland. taken, one just more thaA .
The Soviet Government says it mile from Stwaslwow. In the
has no intention of setting up a north the railway from Dv ln
Soviet administrative body on to Riga has been out. O the
Polish territory: that Is a matter Blalystok front the eaptu0e of
for the Polish people, and It goes LeiptsIg has brought the Rua-
on to say it has no desire to ac- Ilans to within 2 mileS of
quire any part of Polish territory B ast Prussia. Soviet bombers
or to alter the social structure of struck at the Germans in East
Poland. Prussia Itself last night. Thne
The Soviet Government says it attacked railway trains ast the
has decided to conclude agree- big junction of Pre Thre
mental with the newly formed railway station In Peondw
Polish Committee of National aim bombed.)
LUbse a which last night broad- Si ne th W =wma amMm C
rw a maolfeat, calling on allthe e=acutonM V id W'
POle a to colborate closely with 8iedloe yesterday I 1.
the Russian armies. that the Seovit troop are iOread.
The Polish Government In Lon- In. north and soth to these Ger
don has described this committee man h stions to widen theirP
as at variance with the views of frontlne to 10 mne. Wes ot
the majorlt v of Poles. Lukow n o1k0 v Umi W e
.= Lukow melI~t MM U
dubtbless les tha S 2 m ties
Russian Decorations the old PoliSh twit Vh h
F IGermasxl towing t~a = sr
For Allied Soldier s across to manta S-dSh* 4
LONDON. July 25 Gusev, the Russian Ambsador to of advance, how*M, 13 -su
London, today presented 108 orders will be wUthin wl&W~
and medals to many members of In 48 hoW I
the armed forces and also the Two factoN may s1wOei.j
Navy. They were for valour in vance of the. forces which bnft
North Africa and Italy and for across the Bug last ewh-Ohe
gallantry in delivering armaments exhaustion and the almost n
from Britain to Russia. With each cedented stretehg Of m ian
medal was a billet to allow the supply lines. ThWre Is aIws"
holder free travel on all 'buses, possibility that Wasaw B0
tranms and railways in Russia. =ad as were the strong
M. Gusev said that a radical Lwow Bret-tOk and taW
change had taken place in the new
struggle in the past few weeks. PLIAS TUNTN OT pAo g E, 69..






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Withdrawals Geras
Not 'Awodig To Plan'
pmfUmyT a o iftut some justifica-
to, eopse an beginning to talk
aboSut pam, when and low It will come
N 9 b Implications. Even in "high quar-
s there has been quite a lot said late-
ly about It, and while no one will vouch-
safe an actual date for the end of the
Sighting, most people hope that It will
Snot be delayed Into next year. The Prime
Minister a couple of months ago said It
might end in the "late summer," and
mnded this doubtful forecast on Sun-
day with the opinion that recent events
In Germany could bring an end to the
fighting "earlier than we had a right to
S In the pat 24 hours many things
hai bappmened which add to the diffi-
-euly at believing that the Nazis can
hd" out much longer, for the German
people, stubborn and Iron-disciplined
though they unquestionably are, must
80o0r or later ask themselves whether
the 0al Army is not becoming a totally
spent frce. The German people cannot
look with equanimity on the failure of
their troop at Polotk, Pskov, and Lub-
li, or the threat to Warsaw, to Koenigs-
Sberg, or the Baltic ports. This is not
Wgng or as a Naui prisoner said re-
emlty of the proceedings In Italy. "This
is not war any more; the Allies are play-
g a eat and m uw e game with us."
utious people warn that the appar-
ent lepttude of the Nazi Army might
be jut "according to plan." But while
irer can be given full credit for know-
Itng most of the tricks that have served
the Prussian warlords on previous occa-
l mati, It requires a very large stretch of
9 tImagination to believe that his mu-
sIn defeat on the Russian front are
pft of a mad scheme designed to trap
t Bovets or bring them just where he
wUt. for their destruction. It is far
0erWS and far safer to believe that the
unbIMoken succesion of defeats has had
Its effect on the enemy, and that the Nazi
retreat on the Russian front will before
lonkg have Its counterpart for speed In
France and Italy. Rommel is In an ex-
tbnsy bad p= tion to stop an Allied
mo vement in Normandy, and Kessel-
rine's chief concern in Italy is to extri-
cate his battered forces from complete
annihIlatlIon and get them back to the

Thus situations are certainly not
"aecodting to plan," for at this stae of
the War tWe Nis had promised them-
elva e the Caucasian olielda, the subju-
gation of Russla, a link-up with Italy,
and with Japan in the Middle Zast, the

ad an Aft'fifr* U)MK'Xt

' thn Ut o M- of aslla don do

the ea ustne 1 the air wus ae
scrbibs earth, muna to rise 5

am US -_ tvam m u
frt oilt eort At t dthnb lWN0

haste to add tat thi~s cold no~t whatre
ictoft of the dite*of th e risntg
term Olf dAUDW " -p When tat
storm eacIt h sp 1 shap k andts i
occupants wll eftdll newer tore again.
it only90e1111" to be added that amo of
tS uw Ient wi l uropean e-
t e occurrede in the beatifal u-
ass month of August, though letUS
hasten to add that this IL not our pe-
diction of the date of the end of the
fighting. It has just happened sO.

Sugar Crop Slightly More
Than Low 1943 Production
IT wa predicted early in January that
this year's sugar production would be
between 90,000 and 100,000 tons If wsa-
ther and other conditions were favour-
able. Grinding has, however, closed with
an output of 74,344 tons, which Is only
slightly more than at year's low figure
of 70,920 tons. This does not mean that
the original estimate was exaggerated;
there was sufficient cane to give a much
larger return, but Inability to.reap it bt-
fore the rains was responsible for the dis-
appointing result. No leas than 101,M50
tons remained uncut, with farmers hav-
Ing the advantage over estates in losing
only 2.750 tons left In the field, whUile the
large proprietors gave up the struggle
with 98,800 tons unharvt We cannot
get a complete picture till we know what
proportion of the respective crops these
figures represent, but it is significant
that the farmers who normally consti-
tute 40 per cent of the industry should
absorb only about 2 per cent of the stand-
overs while the estates take up 98 per
There can be no doubt of the urgent
need to get back to the land and support
our major industries both in the plant-
ing and reaping periods, and it is to be
hoped that the movement in that dirc-
tion will be quickened. Though the Gov-
ernment has r.ot implemented the Ben-
ham recommendation to meet half the
cost of a work output bonus to sugar
labour in the first year, workers' earnings
have been higher because most of the
estates were forced to oay some form of
attendance output bonus In their own
account. This should prove attractive to
many persons now out cf employment
through the closing down of base con-
struction, and we recommend that much
wider publicity should tie given to the
opportunities available on the planta-
Europe after the war will need a
great deal of sugar. A general shortage
seems likely when hostilities cease and
for some years afterwards, as the Ben-
ham report pointed out, and prices are
likely to rise In consequence. The duty
to produce more sugar as a contribution
towards world reconstruction should
therefore bring rewards te the Industry
in improved income If we put our hands
to It. There is thus a double Insentive to
press on with the rehabilitation of the
sugar enterprise In Trinidad, and the
Imperial Government has recognized this
and agreed to pay a planting subsidy of
$40 an acre, while in addition there Is
the local Government's cane purchase
guarantee of $5.50 a ton. These things
should induce more. intensive effort, es-
pecially as It is daily becoming clearer
that the sugar industry i badly needed
as an employer "* labour, now that Ame-
rican money 1, flowing Into the Col-
ony to the ezten .t was.

II 71



There are in the island of Trinidad




for the



P*Bbity Officm, MCS.,
$N/* Stpfew Ltd.

. kbwb Imi I

dbd ML6

o solft Tr-soemea
Iled _p -huM, eNe ;
iMon M we hm of diw ,V-
m iir S an* fra -, .

Ibis"is s&M40V seu
sdm- 1y wufdi arig n
01s"e &mie or WAMU who
orders aren e M, ad sthe re- M
jeMOi at W BO W nat. thve
tradmua-4 ma of raw_-sh
een e mose tie t"the m"o ft s
k* Of MM advanced to e *pathekan
WiWOeIMae aJSM the awm afd inth
PiraCun am$W lt. ,be ow7mat-. j
tWo im to be a d I.Helped
fa favour of the complatnmat amd .
a problem of how toceoet. I thae flot omn
.A sy"I told of a -oear on reverse Leu
wbo wuiftuy mm ieutone when .
O eren am give, so that he ea U American forces
the boeM afterward to other per- IBrtish Common
s" thereby e oetln dsqbte hi. Crowley, Poreign
fee; an a rMt-i r, a mi tractor r di
lar ourthoee faa w i" o
seat against ISS. who. joS-t United Kingdom
Objectionable wark ft zeatland and
Chae of fraudulent eoverion
&ld taUWt hi irate utmn Wi th plying reverse Li
aly excume. From invtlcbaU l, an annual .-ate
I en qoOte quite a number of die- ecex of $2,000.0
booMst trdemen In other tlm for the first three
Have we an 'Attorne" Or the ear exceeds $M
people who will pro such mat- AusUtrala's an
tors? Or will ame egislator or reverse Lend-Leol
law officer examine the law deal- quarter of 1944 8
lng with dihboae tradenmen in than Lend-Leame
respect of the conditions mentoed United States ma
with a view of amendment, so as Icountrie In the i
to afford more protection to those Reverse Lend-
who advance money or material to greater than them
tradesmen? for they do not


raw materials. col


Wo Mfgilgy Yw


Reverse Lend-Lease

Prepare For" D-bay'

npreheneve report
d-Lease provided
overseas by the
wealth. Lee T.
Economic Ad-
loeed that the
. Australia New
India are sup-
end-Lewre ad at
considerably in
M0.00. Such aid
e months of t Is
4 New Zealand's
se aid in the first
ctua'lr Is greater
shipments the
tde to those two
same period.
Lease is much
e figures Indicate,
include strategic
mmoditles (except

Port-of-Spain. oenoi), sana foodastuns lurum e
by the British for shipment to the
t .Indian o msC*n : ? Ltnited States. Figures on sucn
Wes ina Sortcomings aid have not yet been compiled.
eKidtMr, "Trtidad M" Gardlan" Nothing Is clearer from Mr.
Mlgland 1s making it quite clear Crowley's report than that Lend-
that the West Wtles shall not be Lease is not a one-way street.
by-paied in the New World Order, Britain, one discovers, .is giving
and the public health activities, almost as much to the United
now under way, meet with unlver- States In the way of reverse lend-
sal approval. But the educational tease. In relation to its national
programmne. finely conceived as it income, as -'"erica Is giving to
is. will hav. little effect unless the rltalr.
endemic difficulties are borne in
Te West Indies lack the blast Quarterly Figure
of even a short tradition, and axe thg t igr o rer
saddled with strange superstitions. Although the figures on reverse
and torn by race psyheoes. Te Lend-Lease aid to India are not
West Indian Is crode, Jealous. complete,. Mr. Cr,-w'eys offic- pro-
sadistic, and has no sensUlbllt; vides the following figurw a on
he calls this "being practical." -uch expenoltures for the first
He hsm no sense of proportion, quarter of this year.
and is mre accessible to pro- Reverse Lend Lease aid for
paganda than to reason. first quarter of this year:
He Is indiscriminate, and cannot United Kingdom . $370,760,000
distinguish between the talented, Australia .. 95.5000
brain-westilve bohemian snd the New Zealand . 17t.42,000
sensual play-boy: between the rndla testhmate) . 35,000.000
queen bee and the drone. He is 58 -
bombarded by two full-bodied, 518.bm000
superficially Inconsistent cultures Cumu'atlve reverse Lend-Lease
from England and America. and aid to April 1. 1944:
cannot resolve the Inonssteni. United Kingdom *l,3O44000
And his outlook is hopelessldy out of Australia . . WlW00
date. New Zealand ... 1010SMO
The proposed educational pro- Indria (uaate, 100M00*X0
gramme would work well In IXng ---
land or America. which have deft-. 3-O1S900
nite fosundatio"s0 on which to 'he volume of reverse Lend-Lease
build, but In the West Indies, It has continued to rise steadl-
would be putting a plaster o an lv over the months and Is conl-
unlanced carbuncle. tinuing to do so. For example,
* P.E. TATLOD TLVutec k nKaitn gdom dfor the thlrdl

The Manse,
Broadcast Complaint
Tb EdiFtor. "Trinidad Guardian,"
After the .0 a.m. news from
ZFY on Thursday morning. July
20 came the usual announcement:
"Now follows our dally service."
This began with the waltsz, 'Moon-
light and RMes." which poses the
possibility of the choir singing the
famous anthem. Pistol-Packln'
Hlowaver, I hope that ZFY will
leave secular music out of the daily
service, a 15-minutes feature which
so many people enjoy.

Housing At Guopo
e EOier, "TrhtdaGd Guardian."
Uubertetamwn, the new village at
Oapo, it a masterpiece of civil
and constructional engineering.
Any student desiftous of qualifying
the easy way will do well to pay
this place a visit. You v'!ll nc:d to
waft around for only an hour.
Why are these hou- not op-n
to the public' Fifty at i per
moth $3,00 per v ari Are
the coffers of Government so filled
that they can afford to allow reve-
nue to waste ?


Bad Language Deplored
The ditor. -Tr ad OuarIs"O
Pwmit me space n your widely
read and influential journal to
bring to the notice of the authort-
tiUM a prevalig nuance to the
South travelling public. PasMngers
are being amnned with the moat
Indecent lanuae a human tongue
ca utter from chauffeurs end, con-
ductors wile travelling.
WOnmr AM.

an eprnando.
Trovel Hardships In South
TON BItor, W Tia OMadlam
NuNs On the road from Io Claro
to Abroinia Vilage, o aasare. I

the tPAlmon wos s the 1atenes
ofO th hor at which the occupants
of tho 'bBS haw to wa the live
or ie iDe to reach their pIatme
of ade. Oouted with thi is the
Inju=te of takil away your tick-
eta wIthout a refund of money.
atfWants Cartridgws
lhlll1 -- --Pi&s '-

-WV =40" mm mmO -a f Mr~lk.-
I an a cocoa proprietor In the
Ward at Sloae". I Mald fmr a lHence
foe myTMun In 1043 and could not
tet eart"r m to uv This year. I
a-to pind to the llepree, end
AM maw set cartridue. We
have hunOrfd of smetrres and
mnaqM dat~ rot the rhikens:.
I woud Mke Goirument to ex-
amine the eartrie attuation.
Without some ecartd the eooa
utvaUon aennt eme Iback, as
manmyp squirrels are on the o-oa
states new, destroying al the
so"&2w o-


I. IL Um. Fir.I

quarter of 1943 was $116,'00,000.
In the fourth quarter of last year
it jumped to S224.000.000. And in
the first quarter of this year It
again Jumped to $260,000,000.
This lastWdgure does not corres-
nond with the $370,760,000 given
In the first of the tables given
because these figures as provided
by PTA excluded' construction, sup-
plies, and services provided outside
the United Kingdom.
Food Supplies Up
The cumulative figure for re-
verse Lend-Lease aid provided by
the United Xlngdom, 11,34,400,I .
Is broken down In Mr. Crowley's
report as follows:
Goods and services trans-
ferred in United King-
dom . . . . .n,0M
Shipping services . 230.4iO0
Airports, barracks, hospi-
tals. and other construc-
tion . . . . .
Oaods and services trans-
ferred outside the United
Kingdom ...... .. 1. 00MW
.1 4,00,000
Australia's reverse Leand-La
aid. while including technical
equipment, motor transport., air-
Mraft stores, tra.u.., tatio and
communication, shipping, buildings.
etc.. also includes tremendous In-
creases In food auplies. '
For example, in the first three
months of this year American
forces in the Pacific theatres have
received from Jtr, a mae than
30o00.000 pounds of food. In the
entire period of tuch aid they -ave
received among other foods:
150,000,000 pounds of meat (beef
veal. lamb. etc.)
.500,000 uartsa of fresh milk.
.5,00,000 dons of tresh eggs.
15,000,000 pounds of butter.

Remarkable Job
Mew Zealand has done an equally
remarkable job in providing food-
stuffs to united states forces. One-
hlrd of its reverse aid falls in
that category.
In the 20.000,0M pounds of food
provided United States forces In
the Pacifi wre:
IU000.00 pounds of frozen and
canned meat.
,0000 pounds tof bacon and
14JOJO pounds of butter.
5,00.00 pounds of cheese.
40.000.0 pounds of fresh vege-
tables and frutt.
Mr. Crowley's report empas sed
the aid that, Britain had Iven"
America through revere lend-lease
In preparing for "D-Day."
One of the biggest la st-minute
Jobs done by the British for the
American forces, It dL.oeso. waa
the watoerproofin of hundreds of
wading tanb, trucks and other
mehanised equipment that had to
plough through te Normandy
surf to reach the invasion beacbae
MRge Steel O4utput

To get this job done. for te
British as well as the Amerlsmmj
Brtin put Jis entire shosit-aeelI
roUn ipduptuy at It for the-g
mnh It kept a huge fleet edi
truks e9ratgdla y fand Ung-

during that time to move the fin-
hed wateproofn sets from fac-
torle, to the hundreds of ordnance
po. It provided eoug sheet
teel for this Job to bld a bride
ISO fiet wide acros the nglsh
Chennel from Dover to Claais.
But waterprooegc was only one
wmal' Item amog thousands pro-
vdrd by the British to the Ameri-
can forest taking part In the In-
vu'on. Britain also provided all
rail trsnportantlon to the invasion
ports 1.100 Spltfires and other
British-mede 'lanD 100 airfields.
fresh vegetables that conmtituted
20 ner cent of our soMlAlers' rations.
25000 miles of steel landing mats.
2,00,00 pairs of wool socks, thous-
ands of parachutes' nlus the 'eat.
lFtt. and water bills at American
bases and In America: barracks.
-(ChrUtlan Science Monitor.)

$2,400 Reward
For Families
Compensation payments lodged
with the Regiftrar of the Supreme
Court recently amoL..t to $3400.
Making up this is the sum of
8.100 paid In by the Trinidad
Lake Asphalt OperatUin Co Ltd,
in respect of the death of Victor
McShine. of Brighton, La Brea,
and a similar amount deposited
by the Archer Coal Depot Com-
pany in connection with the death
of Walcott John, of Railway Road,
San Juan

Govemmedt t44


rr isot IS f re.Sp iSma.t Iisthatha m 3
for the Co060se has N OM u Ar ihe quesle
which it will h be at ue mrei to i M est *
i^Mihi atm ttt re s- i r
se wcSt ssaesyao
&otau sm bt ~7 eo
will the-i be aellaie.
SThe sSeate y of EtaW **l"m0to baft
maton In odrr to as W L!'. 21 s* -tm h7te a comMd@U which will be rOquVAdWidag ft I
t'e terulnatlo of hoettlcs In l --
( 7& 'The nihr of me w
nummer of those IsW ho 1 'be
and the number of wVmen and All um.
(b) The destlnaton to whbhb transportati
and the nstonalty of the Intending tira
(C) The reason for which the Journey is behoi
IlaU oa'u to whether a return pasaaga
sea and air pasMgOs. pIf the letter, which
ay wl be by air.
The Government is rMqueug the asstama
ber of Commerce. the tota Association of ii
Agricultural Societ r of Trinidad and 'ob o b I,
information from their mambo, Students who o-si
nlg abroad during the peiod spmI1sd s0ou0d 01
partieula t t~~U tb of dM~5at~lm as early as
persons a* buftow In do an"v eatecoriessoud(
Jculars& ds for I Lp hm two above to the
Office not ater t n t t July, 14. '
4. It Is deiM to mPbaie that the Secret 1
is purely exploratory; thi It Is being made fI
w proem of Mea and air transportation during
be reviewed: and that the inquiries must not be a
ing or even suggesting that it wll be possible to meett
Company or to allot sea or air a to any ind vlun
*__________________Acting O ij

The Motor Vehicle. And Road
Regulations, 1944. Regulation

The following are whe farm payable for the hire of
By Distance:
For the first mile or part thereof 1 or 2 persons .., .
For each additional Half Mile or part thereof ...
For each additional person, the whole distance .
By Time:
Vehicles to seat 4 passengers per hour .... .. .-*
Vehicles to seat more than 4 passengers per hour .....
with a minimum of one quartet of an hour in ach eoiS


... s e charge sstaLt apply betweeI
Between 9 p.m. and I am. the
by 5011.
Nutrition Body be fares by tUne = only u
SThe city o t Port-of-Sin
Set-Up Announced oT=,. tw won
Priceroosh T'own an0 tw Wle
Appointment of nine members Scarborough 'Tbago) ana -
on the reconstituted Nutrition
Committee has been made recently N 0 T I C E
ty His Excellency the Acting
Ooverno., according to an Infor. CI A T M A
mation Office release. "CINEMA AT MORVANT
Members of the committee under
the chairmanship of Dr. Normal The Plannings and Housing
MacLennan. Director of Medical Commission has under easidera-
Servies are:- don th m ustion of leasing a W- it
The 'Hoi'le V. Wha-ton,. 01Of lad t MA vant to an
OCB.; the Uon'ble Barran Toe- s derou at0 erectg a
luck10 nh, the Acting Director of = torues"as0aChu .
Agriculture the industrial Ad- y An eron who m i Inter
vims, the 'tod Controller, the cated an invited to tsu""omitfp-
Loctal Welfare Officer. Dr. J. E.catios to the Caomm forhe
.oucaud, Dr. J. Duckworth. and sea of such a site stating the
the Director of ducatUon. main terms on which the will be
prepared to take such a lea and
submit at the same time plan
and specifications of the build
G eyo s ave Tproposed to be erected.
purveyors Leave All applications should reach the
C ommlsslct not later than the
For Canada Course it Auut 4 T.
Mr. J. A. Figarelll, Assistant- ome a nry,
Surveyor of Lands and Surveys Planning andM housing
Department, who with Mr. Ray E. C-nis o t t
Johnson. Chief Topographer, was 2. St. Vincent Street, .
recently selected by Government Port-of-spai. C
fnr a nine mther' efe.h.., r 14th July. 1944. P

In survey work, scheduled to be-
gin at the University of Toronto,
Canada. early in August, leaves
for Canada today.
The Trinidad Guardian" un-
derstands that Mr. Johnson will
be following him on Wednesday.,
Aunust 2.
The course comgnprises general
advanced survey methods, but Mr.
lgarell. wil concentrate more on
adastral survey work while Mr.
Jobqson will peciallse oa topo-
ignpblaw a"d as survey.

Sanitary Director
On Inspection Tour
Dr. 3. J. Sankerall. Deputy
Director of Sanitary Services, vis-
ited the San un Dispensary
eterday ad discussed with oam-
cals ter the quatlon of secur-
ing equipment and other necessary
reqrments for proper accommo-
dt of. the Infant Welfare
Maternity Services.
Also at the dispensary were
Mrs. R. C. Drageft, Superintend.
*at Ohild Welfare and District
mursinl Tervice, who was accom.
onied by Mr. D. D. Ash of the
Buildings Branch. Public Works
Dr. mankeralli. accompanied by
Dr. Stella P. Abldh. Acting Medi-
cal Ofcer of Health, St. Ann's-
Tacrlga, Dr. H. P. S. Gillette,
Mal_'riKdlt, and Mr. A. Taylor
vwftgbritlbGui uana yeow
Fever Contl expert, also aid a
visit to the Plaruo District yester-
da b general sanitatlon,
As, s and other works
now In provgrs

On Tour Here

A i-menetinmen toe
hewd, bBoy tMee aPt

xSaS o o d "gM Ws tanor t oo p
On Monday 'night they filled an
egpement at Dtte for Uw.B
troop, and last ezsRthey enter-
taiedolonial atei aMS.
meabow. X 6

.ak ugothe. teem arm &inel
,O lsofvaud evillfme.

ofrl at olte Gairnr
at= Aft~"It t 14Abin



Tariff Coards For Taxis
The owners of rakx licenmaed for
1N4 are requested to apply to the
Licensinel Offices at Port-of-Spin,
San Pernando or Tobago for Tr
Cards printed in scoordance with
the Motor Vehicl and Road
Traffc (Amendment) Regulatios,
194I4. This card is to be tand on
the Inside at the back of the
front seat of the taxi Is Ueh a
position that the card will be
plainly visible to any person being
conveyed In the taxi.
R. A. Erskine-Lindop,
CommsMismr of Po m (Act#.),
Liesmg AmUmfty.

* am. and 9 a3.
aharpe shown

fron the bound
ait from its bo=


Re-Deathof (at 0l
*nd (b)
= I
which oeeorvi
144, and
man is tel
Archer Coa
which occum
man lately
Trinidad La
eating Co, MLi
red on 4th 0
Oompensation la
to having been dl
under Section S a,
lompansauon 0,4
indents of the MM
lement Roecasts,
nd Victor Mcuft
re hereby rw
m The n omi
ie 1th day of
'clock In the
louse, Port-of*.
:om ilsoner M
eralno the tq
Proof of rela~inj
aate to the 5
'ill be required
omertobe fUW
iMn at the eMf
'n be to the form
trth and of mart
omatances be
Dated this th 4
A.. N..j




In view of tihe falm a n ertowah mereha"t a
delivery of are thei r behalf by
reslting I, th fe U Deartmaent's Ware
of-SpIn WharvmI. bereby give eUe that as ftr-
194, It will be meemmary to erm Nat for the
rentved In aeeordance with re Bulk reha
Reglatmns. 1&4.
Owing te to he dilsealtls Ia 'anlag traneert, 6
be chanlrged fre the expiratil of the folewl i .
from the date of erviee of the relative tvtoce, or th
whichever I the later.

Merchants in Port-of-Spain .........-. S,
Merchants outside Port-of-Spoin .. TO
Merchants in Tobago ..................-.

Control Board,
Old Post Office Building,
St. Vincent Street,
lath July, 1344.

Director. Dub I



Monda y 7th August DlscoveryDay) belng a
neral Post Office wUl be open from 7.00 an. to0 1
4o0 p.m. to 500 pm. and DtrtPU t O from
am. for the delivery of rdnay letters and "It o
only no otr SLo budins*,2 w em trans ,id.
despatch m aus on that day foa :--
San Fernando, Spa02a. "Mm Ton. R
Cedros, Mayaro aad Inteenejate Ofes .-.
Toe samSan Onnde. and Ilacmfldiate O 6.6 "4
Msrayal, Dl atnadCrn- ..

O =weret PostCute". i
Ntll<5,l ~L W.1

I -




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Saturday 29th July 1944 -1.15 p.m. Shlrp

.wa&S.isio. Rommel Now
In Monteegro Fighting t A ./
wxmstc.gtrm Using Armour
fbvethm "n ta In .-a n
a* Bt- i f*eritg rf I p jn P
a"d MM the I"t r I JLorIDefence
M t" ii f tl o Secend ram-
d at1 m a B in V= ICONTiNVSW PM PAaS 11
WON A MonteSnegro, not to pit thm terrain tf front of
e C OIMMON"" tdbe d oday'. United St* tanO k a 4 to take
*0 NOW1*1 1 the* Liberatilon the fullest advitagoe f the bomb
bs holding on this sector shock and slaughter among the
A S throughout west German rank.,
SI- from their sallt che at 3.K
n A p.'A.. *am. two how befr te us"a
re i dawn attack. Thti w t e ml
without the eus a eart -- -
ud -^ ~~artillery pwepato, ahu
field guns paved the TWaY
SRap sFor etors.
Be 0They veered s py south fi
en. !L.W Caen in a push to sided"e the
SStanislawow Nazi ank eat of CaS
la M K Tacross the route to Par. The re-.
Eha newed attack was aimed down thU
S tON@OTiNUo Io RW PAeC I) road from, Caen to Palmse.
S UVWo ofu ana all-out drive to The Americans Wm* held back
e oain ft B the s direction, until shortly before noon. then
S tlsolok of evidence of pre- went in under'shattertng air anc
0 t a f rontal attack on artillery support. The bcssecrecy
fro thenthe American drveindiate
hen vSIMeMas th'Roko-e that General Bradley counted upor
t S l1a06- d we bI the Germans into such eonfusilo
.Sd c arada of Sovtthat even hours altetwart PFleld
riiM SaO aptured German Marshal rwin Roamnel could
trud SbWhiSare akn It possible have no coherent Picture of th
f09 the 10antr to keep abreast of state of hi front.
,IS tbo fl First front repot osaid AlmPb
Sother fr& tau are laming the Americans' advance o wa
AP a yas $the advance In the cen- meeting "heavy restance."
ta aectr occupied most of the
w atteNtion. The southern one STONG ON OSTION
1t IemslaeCg Rumania and in Hun- The British-OanadIan attack
c- ary Soviet pearheads have driven moving OR a four-enmlle wid
ay Into the foothills of the Carpath- front, had Its right shoulder a
ad, lans with a great battle for Stan- the Orne River and Its lef
ly. Islawow, 70 miles southeast of somewhere east of the paved roa
lM Lwow. to Falalse, a communication
the Moscow despatches reported that town 110 miles from Paris.
heBagraeula's Kaunas sector in Despite opposition inludalng ,
S Lithuaniacame to life after a 10- least two eipte armoured division
V day pause with an advance toward the British and Canadians cap
hat the road and rail function of Jona- tured St. Martin de Pontena
de va, 20 Mles northeast of Kaunas a Verrieres. five miles belov
N- which Is strongly besieged. Lwow, tClm and were engaged in bitte
tile Breot-Litovk and Bialystok are street fghtin_ in Tiy La Cam.
still held by the Germans, but their
capitulation Is only a matter of Eisenhower Visits
time. All the three Nazi garrisons
are surrounded and their supply Normandy Front
routes severed. S U P RE MZ HEADQUAR-.
Thel Rasdans areU also breaking TERS, Allied Expeditionary
through the southeastern defenses Force, July 25 (Reuter).--Gene-
ser- of Dagpavlls. Hungarian forms- ral Eisenhower today visited
on- tlona are engaged In the Koloya Normandy and conferred with
ant area farther south. the British and United States
lion It tis admitted that the Russian field commanders as the new
the attack on the northernmost sector attacks were launched.
ter- of the front around Narva has as- -.. -.
sumed the character of a major pagne, a town oan the easut sid
tov- offensive. Soviet forces have en- of the Falalse Road
bird termed Sonmitsl. 41 miles southeast They also closed on May-sur
blic of Narva,. Orne, a mile below St. Martin
pre" In the Polish Press Bureau In Field-Marshal Rommel th
London came the first report from time ia using armour for defenci
General Bor. Commander-in-Chief The British also poured i
of the Polish Underground Armies, tanks, but the brunt of the bat
n of disintegration on the Polish tie fell Upon the Infantry going
front with the Naxzis unable to rally through a cross-)a from gu
S enough reinforcements to stem the positions and even dug-ln tani
d Ruslan advance. The Germans as the Germans turned ever
der. are unable to gain the initiative hedgerow into a bristling barrier.
Dell. and General Bor Is anticipated to Headquarters stressed that tk
and push into Warsaw and beyond the British Second Army's attack was
red Wsla renewal of last week's drive rathl
--____ --_ than a new offensive. It declare
Pdo o that this was not to be regarded
t d ChiU ren Of Poor a major break-through
Ing- Sault.
M ay To IOn the Orne River front th
w May Go To Eton Canadians were slowly hackta
L**J T, their way deeper Into the Genm
O NDON, Jly 25 (Reutr)--If hedgehog defences and a Brtils
S the rthOeernment accepts a stff officer, warning against oev
tign Teport Just out, EtOn and Harrow optimism said: "Th-re siN adoul
the amd aU the Other exclusive schools our troops are up agist the ma
air- In the country will be open to enemy resistance.tim
every child no matter who his par- The enemy was throwing In vei
ents ae and how little money they heavy counter-attacks to regal
have. This report known as the Verrieree, using new Pornets
Plemming report discusses the Mark IV tanks mounting g mill
place of public schools in the edu- metre guns. A large force of Na
cation system, public schools are tanks was seen approaching tQ
known in other countries as pri- village.
vato schools and altogether 188 are May-sur-Orne was also ti
n Involved, scene of a fierce combat with tt
Seen mInvo repor. pussferar
our This report puts forward two battle raging back and fort
tW, schemes. In the first local educa- through the streets and the Gel
2, tioe authorities would select the mans firing from rooftops, cellais
rel. children to go to these schools, pay and behind thick Norman walls.
In the whole cost or grade down the Staff officers said four Germs
few according to the parents' divisions. Including a Panzer divi
all means. There would be no entrance sion, were in or very near th
iund examinations and all who would fighting zone. At 10.000 troops 1
be able to benefit bvy such an edU- a division, this should mean th
hich cation would be allowed to enter Germans alone had 40,000 troo
I in The second scheme deals with involved.
the boarding schools and recommends I Reuter reports that during
starting from State primary schools the night Mosquitoes attacked
with State grants to covr the whole troo movements and rocket-
Coswith Itatncludi grants tracovelling from thewhol flrig Typhoons have been out
cost inldt travelling from therm. ain today in fine but hazy
beginning to the end of the term weather. Thn e Germans sent
The report emphasises that if the r some aircraft as soon as
proposals are accepted we shall General Dempmv launched his
need many new boarding schools, first attack at 3.30 this morn-
.-----ing. but they were met by in-
the 22 ENEMY CRAFT SUNK tense anti-aircraft fire.]
an- M, aJul 25 (AP) -Allied __ __ __
1 a-,tval authcrilie announced today
- th. kinof 22 epemy craft and Archbishop to Present
Yes- projely the nkin, of three others, Kernahan Shield
aging eight end capturing one,.
ises, by light Alied coastal craft during Presentaticn of the Xernahe
re- niht operation' In May and June. Challenge Shield by His Grace tl
[her ______________ -- -Archbishop. and the distgibutlion
left prizes to the girls of thI Belmoc
for Orphanag!e will take place tomnorro
is t 4.45 pb mt.
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Aap Na VV e diw' No"
H L anes--Defeat


34 In S.A.F.A.
riaed Gul oardiu tC rrepondent
Sse.ond-haitf raly b Lanes earned
them a tftene -olumph over a
ten-man c-minandoa outfit, when
they C lashe d in a A.. first
league fixture at Skinner
tPark yesterday afternoon.
The game was a tame one enept
11- the closing stages when La~ne
t aimm ngat their oppoa-
at oa to find custodian
W. aer.y bringinPr g off some aimnost
ira 'ou saves. He gave a grand
Withl an improved defence which

n Lors t wodmay ste Brta ponent bhutaswee
e meIt rd Selbert Hyndman and
La frence, Police's ful backs, tonep
kw. m toSmmmM Indta payedall over their opponents bat
n M aur b low Is Navy_ through .aulty shooting in the first
di te in th ia e timae half they failed to register a single
Y heedeUd by Mer l K KunalsiK ew 1011
d to jopbs ftwhs'(Geni. HI&M Close-rangers eominug,,off the
n and i Cabinet- boots of Procope. Char and W.
N photo). v Alleym were held In the Pefod
n hamL
-So Improved was Lanes' defence
1 e e D c s that custodlan Eric Pitt had oeA-
n witscusse propoal to touch the sphere only about
nina onbeInm a dozen Mes
to A theThe goal-scorers were Eddie pro-
Impov the cope two and W. Alleyne one for
Lanes. Percy scored for Commandos
LONDON, July 25 (tReuter).- with a penalty.
k4 Lord Munster, the Under-Secretary Mr. Eric Marache carried the
te for India, said in the House of whistle, while Mr. B. Maharaj and
ni Lords today that the British GoVy- The team were:
t ermient was not departing one lota Mr. P. Turton ran the Uses.
From its pledges to India and the LANES:-E. Pitt: S. Hyndman ILp.
Proposals which Sir Stafford Crippae Lawrence; C. Daniel. K. Hi e-
took to India still stood in their wood, J. Caballero; C. Charlow,
tt entirety as had been stted by Lord D. Charlow, E, Procope, W. Al- I
s, Wavell in his speech to both Ieyne and A. Marquis.
Houses of the Indian Legislature COMMANDOS:-W. Percy.; .
SIn February. Phillips, M. All; H. Graham T .
w Speaking of the scheme for poll- Jones; E Walters, H. Balladin, J.
r tical conciliation which hadt been Gonzales, P. Hubah and R. Brown.
discussed by Mr. Rajagopalachariar
and Mr. Jinnah, Lord Munster said
it had received a ver miedre- l
caption in the Indian Press and it porting Club Play
seemed that Mr. Glandhi's associa-
tion with the proposal marked aR yaS Tob y
significant change in his attitude
to the Moslem League. This might Sporting Club, P.A. Trophy dinal-
improve the chances of an agree- ists of last year. will oppose Quen's
ment between the two major pan- Royal College In a T.A.P.A. league
ties, The proposals, however, had fixture this afternoon on the AsSO-
not been submitted to the Govern- clation ground In front of the
meat. Because of this he suggest. Stand, starting at 4.45 o'clock.
ed that it was a difficult question Sporting tlub today wll have
w whether Mr. Gandhi's recent state- Maurice Jones, who kept goal for
ment had in fact improved thei Maple last year, in their line-up
changes of a new communal settle- Mr. K. Ramgbert will referee the
meat. To the British Government match, while Mr. Sonny Moore and
Sthe main point was that Mr. Gan- Mr.- Jardine will be the linesmen.
Sdhi was still clinging to the claim The Mfollowing will represent
is which ruined Sir Stafford Crippa' Sporting Club:-Maurice Jones;
-. mission and put an end o the 1942 pRolly Tench tCapt.), Syl Doon.
Snegbtlations. Carlton Dore, A. N. Other, Carlos
Lord Munster announced a plan Aphoy; Harold Macintyre, Royce
1 to double India's agricultural pro- Moore, Johnnie Alkins, Roy Soon,
m duction had been drawn up by the and Bootins Alkins,
ks Couv cil of Agricultural Research,
Y Its aim was to secure enough food ST. MARY'S-PRESTON TODAY
of each kind for every person and The folloingare asked to turn
Se wu nld put into cultivation and pa
ea wudnteb~ea tltsadreliainflvn~ up on the St. Mary's ground to pil
orin the general standard of living, for Preston in a practice miaA
Dd More land would be put into cutti-e
v ration and the lad now being against a College eleven at4.45 pin.
d woeld improve o The immediate sharp:-J. Largen, K. Oxley, R.
object was to increase production Maue, V. Daniel. V. Darceuli, S.
by alfas o IcraseProuctonBishopS.Reynalds. R. Weekes, F..
by half over the next 10 years and BLucio, ReaIfld Rand H. GWttens.
double production within 15 years.
3 The Ian would cost about $3,600,-
inooo*& with a recurring auss e. PRESENTATION POSTPONED
. pendtture of $4,000,000. Chinese Athletic Club's dinner in
t ..4honour of the presentation of the
in Japs Continue Fight Adams rockett Cup to Canton C.C.,
tnscheduled for tonight has been post-
r Regardless of Change poned until a date to be fixed.
. Admiral Ernest King, Navy Corn- That S. M. A!, all-Trinidad off-
,a meander, told a Press conference break bowler, playing for J. T.
he today that regardless of the change Johnson C.C., took 24 wickets at an
in the Japanese Cabinet, Nippon overage of 2.90. and Kelvin i"'--ng,
is"will continue to wage war with Savannah Club ace, bowled 20 for
ae all the power they possess." He 3.7, in the Slasenger Cup 1944 cric-
th said the Cabinet hang. meant ket competition, was revealed in
- Japanese dissatisfaction w~th the Mr. Eric Beddoe's secretary report
rs conduct of the war, but "whether at the presentation of the trophy
this means they will go more near- by Mr. Mharls Perreira, the presi-
n ly on the defensive or rather be- dent, to Cao. enton, captain off the
come more aggressive, remains to winning Savannah Club team at
le be seen." Maple Club -Ai Monday aft" o.

g~ett. oouie ewt0%I.
10,0- ~' -c' '~ -Ia-
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lteme rooda and thay-'ieu
be the same mre orCle d
and with thO a '.,ti and b
Aries 'cer-of Ehtwun i to h
drawn in tise Crown lVr t I
tered In Volume 3179 Vtl
bounded on the Neth by ,
lands on the South 'by lands
B. Bocaud now Bunsee n the
Road and Blhjah and on the
by Crown, together with iw
tenement situate on the ta
Harry adjan neo L ti
on the aMid Pen SO;=
chain moe W -tlow9 :3

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am *ofjMtve Warni !of lWi a few weri Oe received a
0"aS. h ap 040,eriouly M decided to go over
In a a =
ijU-afat SWt midb the patleat a speedy recovery.
lm o moemuhIaer ore Mr. AM Moe Alwt Howard was baptized
A I"ars@Ih morning and was gvn the names Heag.r Ana
t .ialy w srlp oord at Ay g Tronsnty Cathedral a ndoi the
eapdrentg wer"e Dr. and ti Rodril uea lines amo Mrs.
Rea e.and a n of friends we Invited aftrwds to
fttk to the babs health among them bedg Mr. and Mr. S. H.
oward. Mr. ivaen L o M r. and Mrs. Andre stoneyer Mr. and Mrsi
Mr. ns Mors. Lg aibbond Mr. and Mrs. Pa the meetMr. and
m P.B.Mr. W. Date, Mr. aolyd Mrsn. 0et Ced6ra and tMs
John odfreyn r. and Mr and Mrs. A. Acosta.
TUHIN at the the iiad country ub on S unday, I noticed Mr..
Vladimir Wesr. nt, r ad i party with Mr. Milton dU. Mrs.
OwthMaWr. and Ms. bnd Ul Mr. Ann Anth y.
MrOthes .be.wMr.aWr. Tomr.ay.L Meut. ArcherIg, MrI Jen Peane,
Jn Gdfrey rean r.and Ms A et Mr. H. hoavenot, Mian .
Vinent, Miss Mo (to Lima, and Miss D. Vkwuadmw
It o 0

V t tONNh MeNM left Trinidad by ai on Sunday morniMr
or Car acls She w fll remain x wek as the gue. t of
do Lima family ttierli 0 0
Othes thre e PM. Ter My. of Longdent. Ah, r eeived news a few
M Pa id thee du~t P. whsiter, Mr Paul Vipond, the wife of a eut.
Ve were d aababy girl Lieut. and Mrs. VPwndw
tyvtan G Mr. tnd f, fedre 8 eymonths ago.
a *

*U.JACK DC LUUA gave a lovely party at his home in Casxade

orestr engaged for tba evening, one of them
4 a l loeuaIA. the. eRberT of Lofdwhich &lW entertained by sineiwng
. Kras servedMr. around Midnight and the party lasted
l be wee boars.
Agthatinvit ed were M s. a.uAlfhonso de IM. Mis
UMSd., M*a Vyvaan Gomdyi Mr. and Mrs. Andre Stollmey.V
Fli os6 thpe etates Daphne Fitwmntm. mih agaone Gomez, Mr.
MX JAU DLwave alovevs l Mr. and Mp prank t omeI. Mnjor Cad
erg Rookf. Mr and Mrs. siser LMrughlin. Mr and Mws.
Md t r. n d Mrs. Har try Luthlin. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
bSen th -muement, Mich Aleen Power, IMs Rita
Mas Rvtadt, Ma Saru a mtchtason, Mr. and Mrst.
K-lar I Nnp Miss Gladys AngeU, Miss M. Bermud&, MLo; Conn.e
Am@ g A t es nvteid Ornml, Mr. and Mrs. Ken do BoehmU.r, Miss
Ti~taft P oileOw, Mr. H. Thaventot, W. K. Uric?, Mr Ueof_
TM-iu, Mr. na Mrs. D. Tystrau, M.Jr. eff rey Sto.meyeyr. r. .
rd Mr. W. pt ooM. Bermundes. Mr. Sean Hamel-Sminr Mr'.
7* Cl om. Mr. Maurift QMu Mr. D. Coeteiloe, Mr. Tony Ms-
tsd, Mr. a. Tench and Srs. B!Ha Bligh.
'Jg Hi KATYNs were the narneis hoens by Mr. anId Mrs
W0 l-Kl a* Boi-Lotr for ,heir baby girl WnO *as bap!i.oee at
lor Henft Ca ade, on eundav isfteri n d,
eI odatlber wasi Mr. Orroand d. Bonler An ( l her rnidm)'hrs
I.s o J. M nfl eid M. Do'bhy Kahln,. K. MLU cKahl M in
SMrI. arid rs. t. tha rJby eff, e rndmothr, stood proxy .
Ia bM.W.Fn k and arnr few Mr. e e imvited to Mr. and
. tahcmn aStewadsfor oock.tai.
4 0
KATYNw t e n a* bae or Osoer. the M film "Pot
c a Ir wasm dowe n ast Saturday at t Kathleen Dte
7'bon W1o took Vert in the show, as well as her pupils and
s=jr v-, &w present. The show was gven In id of the Red

AX W i lMll'tod to ow themselves on ,the -ren peteislly
toMiim t5I s M isaciolour. It was mde by Ili'.. MUer a'. year.
St b started rehmdals for -ot P irrt of 1944."
IM0 the fXmIS L why hand been working in i Tigre, Venezu ti.
-o yr. r*Vuoned to Trintdad lat week. He loe0 ex-
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S tak et ASa aBttera o eouM tnld a -wM aty Kf J
It my at t mes even be adyvka ae a , tbe .h5
just to eowvtnce him you do n04tary Gand Party, w" hle 11W.
&wy bansd une gbe balm ag"
I the tate. Ca#.Delm DirdCCg d
Ask ye u doctor if the medicine. I WI* 60
can be given in fruit Juice, cerW. wousd ay*e h omeally a Msu s
with ugar. or In the formula. .In any va of one. No
U Is an older child you eon let when t awd hre the vno
hla suhek piece of ice. then take sandarUm atta Ma bet y
th medicine and suck a Ice w balance. I tN
Ilin, this 1 a very useful little the on er vhsta his ri-
t o know, the Ice deadens the marks at the close es'dsed te
taste consaderably. entertain eat with iis Gue tt
It is ba to live a carthartle like To mention but a few I wu very
ator oil aon an empty stomach, much l eMd by three adMO
md also dilute In soda water or o-g C. eO0 a guest. who reo.
offee. dered very feligly, "Partr and
older children take castor oil "UntUl"; everyone mw haysve been
we !I given chocolate or pepper- deeply Urred, a I was by the
ints before and after the do;e = violin .lO, Mendeleohne "On
lad oils may sometimes be floated Wings of 8ong" played by Mr. A.
on the top of warm milk. Lewis; and Apprentic Jemsott
If the medicine prescribed for piccolo olo as he.blew i materly
Child ito to be given in drops put style "La Passereaut."
he drops on sugar, candy, or a The old favourite In This Hour
piece of bread and butter, of Softened Splendour," by the
A smal pill can often be given band was a credit to your musical
a a child quite successfully if given director. Apart from being bal-
uickly without any fuss or pre- anced, the tout enssms gave
amble, and followed at once by a every evidence of a sound training.
ago gulp of milk or water. Some In far away Kyle of Lohajh.
luite young children can swallow Scotland, concerts of a vri lar
Spill or tablet right off without nature were held quarterly up to
ay accompanying drink at all, but last winter.
then simply cannot get them Before my departure from your
own under any conditions. beautiful sunny clime, I do hope
Drink or no drink, It seems to be to be privileged to attend stin
matter of the palate; then, otf another entertfflnment of this
course, other Lieans have to be re- calibre.
wrted to such as hiding the pill In ______i_____
htcolate or aweeties.
For young children remember T!y ay
hat aspirin tablets taste well If To y D i
assolved In orange juice. I
Finally, remember the atmosphere Variety entertainment, St. James
f a child's sick room should always Barrack&. $30 pMn
w cheerful; no matter how anxious Dance at Trinidad Country Club.
nd :ried you are do not allow Dance at Pereverance Club.,
our child to sense It.
When you discuss his progress with Tomorrow
the doctor do so out of the child'si Concert, Bishop's High School,
earning. A small child can be sur-18.30 p.m.
risingly Aensitlve as to what I s said r.thoeming Favnt .
m the sickroom about his condi- Forthcoming Evonts
ion. and older children will often Bridge drive, Bishop's High
rood for quite a long 'ime m oer School, Friday. July 2.
weh matters without tillinl their Grand musical evening, Prince's
srentU.-J.D. Building, FrIday, July 28, 8$30 m.




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Jatk Pot Double Sensational Action Double
Ann Mlluer In RIDE 'EM COWBOY Robert Donat, ResaHind R1sel
Warren William (The Lone Wolfe) SIN TOWN. "THE CITADEL'
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Tomorrow- -- and -
Hold That Ghost witlhoUt
BDutch Mindl The Baby. A OME ? MargareLt Lockwood
A HOeE Margaret
TONIGHT at S p.m- IN
Republic Presents
Mary Lee, GWLad George, ,SS ^ ^V
Lomb Calbern__ _
with Bol Heery, Sta"Rey iges Pm
Tomorrow --
TAOB OTHUR WOMAN 3 b0et14Bshoe Street- TODAY 4M. A &
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as - I of ar S vmwf s I %arvZ SalDieg with Ann gethern, Jazo Craft
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SHetist. Due Here a St& Accused Man Clemars Wife And Ma gao
aProduct&esearch A Son In South Murder Trial T"% "d
d t H er e ( A .4 !Z 4 1l t t T
~ i m ~ r w o u r a ~Se~ e ~ r t an 'rte d tDl .r, lR
w eM PIG" a, U. signom t owln a Professor of PrtoRunas t TrktweaM ~o Corepondent A PSVssT m
[Ejitgul"'- rt W ite h tcl~ts at th Cxolonial 8f K SAN 1MHANDO. July 26-4Dse for the prvsecutlon was closed
AU~ IVwind o. .0 t to SALE NOTICE P Il ES.
B l + -----------------tkmat Sha er bo furcentred neSar n x a th at h nd day of -the trial of h isnan, an estateLE N O T CES | | L E-^ U._ f... +
a.. where tny = 14 degrees 40 mnts watchfman: 6
Ju~il^ y 24, th I i J & longitude. 43 "' degreesen: U. st, ills wits, a" Rajpaul. hi. young son, ccurd nee7 T t no u ifor uato "Bgt
toI atl- Wet. Mpat Jamoving"wet- together ofi e murderr o, o p fetU another watcmana on the' .I Y. m oft TNM l ""
I-..n tm Ak un ded n the a.n C r he< toda. ersigned wut offer fortS the day ani Mtt -
..'a th Ds;, AA. auton avisd i Eat- Sme stae, ededInShena ninCurt he sre prody. entaed by public- eampletion at by put trouble. We IQ y" UM tha 14 S QUMm' ks"tr t- "1110e11 4U
SOswho a Vi o A ttack For Cmrkibbean to wesnCt and Strann, who is represented to v their office No. IT h i Street. Only aMa Wine U" 1 111 . . -P-"--
*ES-^w^-eto. so ^ northh efpeet l" ooUaB." ,.,* ~_* Mr. R. C. Archbald. to]- the jury, once"'"- Hil itte. nwilltopS Onttpo ^ ^ ^ ^ k-
B l e 5 r- ell i t- --W .. A i S 4- A W wf Sthat S... e ..a cam e Into hi yard; Bridl t ,own. on Priday thh . S o, and C mpletely ar .... .
Oei'SS i O n Sister Stew For Step& atOobV'n Village and Started . day of July 1941 at I pm. blniiles.Re hese
I o =t by* For rmer S outual e e ., which ended In his death.I o llrm ro hom t a o f letters. .
o e .....Ma.t. r ae :. He denied that elthr hip wife or, The dwelnrghouse EDLAVILEI i" A.. I. s -i-..V W"
of8 .the.irvit." Trtld -. otu .. CnWeF Mo state Des h in son_ had ,stru t:k deceased. and te land thereto containin See ? ronS,&U- aid =atl xWS r MT
-in FtoRNA,, July ....9 %olo el-dria la-.- .a..-,- __ _IThe Crown. through Mr. A. C. bv estimation 10.930 sure feet= a~ an JV SSSI 1U5 +,e BMmLU PULVO-
ONIENNO uy2,e one dinCakCiia Us. &no eased". t..ttril
ofra ore SnPea.o iez. 3co CrownCounel, a- Situate at Chelsea Road, t. Ll+Iat, Nowr! 1.., w ~.-le[ vum na- Jl~l ~nl cn n i ti i l a.1 MSS 03IT Al4111
with spf aw thate.,.C his sister, .Rajwantee,upreme .i ftirao e loge that ,s.t oad .stiedo .atMichael te dwe-nghouse con-'l-tei tm.
anid later du 001011 Jr 134. 0$40, Fine at...rCS1. I Irm
an tI eol, w as epna uledforhiswifhape eav. J m elCa rkica, von beaHu t mht ou lt, sdt- flree In ing onawtoyardand an Ga tr eel e a d ro.oms, .rom I tll t end ef& JT- 10011011, n ."It 0
S o le we died retL In a Japan- beaten to death bythe three ac- porcelain bath upetair drawing weints rtr-IN@me ever two
Cnilg t, 1* him L, 0loo, of La Fortune e"eInternment CamP In the Fed- Allowing Won the44-a rof paycnwoed.I and dining room&, breakfast rooman& 461d la mtl
mtRwne, c at d MlySnisi were h Ing adl o hi eaio yAnother witness, Harripershld.' pantry and kitchen downstairs. --'M &I L a
Stae herohlhadJof having gon, to Sinanorl`s Garage and servant's room qute m of tantIy I twSam."Wo t
the W ti~zouid her itapice Colonel Clark whO Bial appointed becauses' it poitse- out.ard whrre he saw his brother, the yard. Electric llqh, and running
Pleaded guilty when to Trinidad in 1 'a teird as Pumine what he sold for steak w ao a fair decasetd. tied to the ;t". He water. Five minutes' walk to Don't Buffer ion r the rserve.
inlentifl ad. accused! tillmorning of asault Judge here on more thanone c -ca.. destroying, weaken nit m a isry of V
the and battery and was sentenced by on before gingO on bit of stow an nothing worse, Mt. sooke to Sinanan saying. "You Yacht Club and Aquatic Club. o a eet ,
R-S^~irs andh"0 I pile- t^,^" is Kan^ anT^ wi&% ll meet
t d was sentence by __ proa~lo t . .. ...d alod i b today," adSina- pleto le u a wl at
imMr. Wl .macho to one monh' Jminlca in 127. W.J. Andre I e r t Police ln, who lwas sittlnsore 3 fe' Ipecton any day except Sun surely ie vo instant relief iL
e..., w eithmpr. s.monmeot o th' .An ardent Scout..leader. hewsC.oury.sere.a.dymo ,ed-- P61114--1e.wowitha .., ,nhsan.S.o.. ineasy' cleat ub" L ._ ":'bo
week'svist for many years Scout CouCrmt- e day m oea poat awaewiTh a shulds h ie baend, d)s between the hours of 4 p.m. with special nozale applicator, from
h instii- s d ... -------- cn er of Je 2lc, R eu em Mai hw heldof 480 on Dalton Smh, a city meat r o led "That Should have been
after which l"IfO syul5t a man's mother in his meo at he RO. Catu-..vendor,,tr. s.;ing sto.w above che- .rned to l tomorrow. and .... naplctintotea.I l
on to t se AN t Ulo l et punched In t he face dra l i n K ingston July 16 -- dule and hinted to hi m that he S- i ,lan w t still in thI w .n t.s tenant. or further particulars Z0 _d .
lon 91." 41 61111 have nothing .to sayattended by tchments of Boy would have watered peremptory box When u th tohd ng was ad. and conditions of sale apply to the M
bar.told N, thanlel Scouts and Girl Guides under Mr.' imprisonment for six months had i '" to today. T uiK I .
d tt101 rft-who was 'cuffed three Hugh Maseley, Island Scout Como-hbe aavaesod.undersigned. nand

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,VOUsto n tmeseto the face for calling his missioner. Smith i stated to have sol twoed --o 0'E k
!2 researchbok s mohe a pounds of stow when steak was I J hi COTTL. CATrORD' 4CO.. ___ PILE_ _________

hIr anneighbour's motherow ai'cow.' tdemanded and1took 63 ctnts in lheZDubbinguexcyreputolicitorr..r_____thatt___e__________the_----_____S _______
S Th, y wil Lawrelnce Goe eorlf Usne. o fie who 'Le .= u a W demanded s and tNo ok i6 vie lt ,lna-Il-Ml'.e Tyres scaa it
te will st V IScUffed. Crerlel was reprimanded eenedo tse lu b Utead of 56 cents, thePrice at d t e 14.7.44. .. ..... ...
loaand dlis a e on accusatic of o-. I .whichstow i n "scheduled.
E o con n ected w ith l u l ,l N o t F or. C.. u l m z I v, [ V A U l iv i lia n s
I. ati t oth n were put onTbonds in Ot Marik DslovervB ent on helping himself to pack- Court s ympa. y will noWnP OY a do r o
tonie bog 15 to keep thepeace it tcelrat nby the ot of ages of hair oil which he th ought future b e extended to peon In
frsmoh.e.Teonegua rdine d tO t City ,e paint .s e d fn de in rsra, PRO
h.,.veIut anniversary ofthe dis- we, ungurde,. Le+ Crn .aod in possession of Brazi lir lo / ? n t pl an IT
cover of the Island, officially fixed man with an unenviable record of
tu ecauseehadthe bitter end of for August '1, Is urged in a resolu- conviction, for stealing pfo Ie'gManufactured tyres which are cx- yU C bN O GE1
tisndr o fut.,anargument, Go t of u pdforc Jocin by tried t. tPersuade a. refe elusively for US. Army uses, Mr.
,. ..,,.-Is Director Lib ar t iDon listed for I gtroduction by ev Andre warned yesterday as he[
COfthe Oolonial Pro- Ora e Waylaid and Councillor Alfred Richards at to- ant carter to take them away after
ou set at up fait wou ed Ramah Gangasngh, his morrow's meeting of the City he had stolen them and remained ordered forfeiture of four of theseF R
l opponent. Pcr this he was today Council. negotiating for transportation until tyrTes found in possession of Fita-
anonttoahv Mr. Ca.mnacte r a The. moton -. a-sithe owner arrived to catch him. roy Herrcra without their origi-
raw materials are imonth-in jail. WhereasIt- has been the custom His determination brought him anas serIial nue sanid In adiIatlI
S- -- Iin th.o celebrate D Iscovery. one-year prison term yesterday ti on ordered him to pay a fine of I Po es io .. .... .....
o1e r f eaiev erom fth wo D be l we o s o when the magisttrate, after convict. 5.
ig that herneighbour. s fowlr she. f. .e. .nd lng himonaccusationof theft, ob- "It !swell for the Trinidad pub- No. 3 SCOTT BUSHEI ,
Industry-t cota th et creslshas -,,o August 7, this year. served from his previous record, lic toknow U t possession of- S,- T 0 0 T H P A A cT .
vl n accused ofe treating cruelly had tlmarks-the--th Annvesary ofithat it seemed that he was unab.e .t'S .e Brailian tyreswill not be 1
-'"d. applied, on suchofeep ti hrie li an t-te disc-very.of this Island byto pass anything without taking looked upon with any sympathy
olly to consider tempt to drive it away s uhe had Christopher Columbus; .W
o broken Poo of the legs, the magi- ro at it. by the Court." Mr Andre de- $2,0
he Of research l expes,-. geh . e re ved:- a this . c "The li m t l I n-I 1A
W on e m ade of rat eto sI an lugh, the owner, he e take s t d the u e e l a T e b c m t in-
S a must t allOW his fowls to go sl sto decorate eDubbng exce put up by Mr. formed that these tyrcs a e the
_"__ worry ibg other people. Lutchmee Town Hall with the flags of the E P. Bruyning on behalf of Allan use of the armed forces. They Iit is because ftoday's war.
was re ed and discharged. Allied Nations, and to decorate and Haynes, accused of a saulting a might be very usei to local peo- No. 15 () MUCURAPO
illuminate Columbus Square which boy, a mere palliative for his con- ple, but it Is aol tha be a great"tio wes.g tJ
lth Ten---a-nt Ge- tsN or selling. one head cf lettuce was presented to the city by duct, Mr. Andre found from the hardship to the U.S. forces and ROAD .....
hiTeatpes trwdROD We are digoutret oA
as 15 five cent instead of four cents, Chevalier Hypolite Borde.a French facts of the case that the attack we, as Allies, must take a very $.4.00 keep _f1 d o|er supplied th
p. Refund Order Namn-r and lRa. ,vendors of the gentleman merchant, who resided complained of was unjustified and serious view of It," he concluded.,$1iOW / keepaU dealers u-r. .with
Sc Market were tol the dered him to pay ne, costs ad Mr. Edgar Gaston Johnston, ap- Liserine Tooth Psate buse
s ech 12f nesan costs "That His Worship the Mayor becompensation totalling $7 p earin on Herrera'. obehalfn apmwekwh
Joul y 4n amounting to 1.50..asked to Invite the mercantile corm- Following a misunderstanding Cled to the magistrae to let thisweihre
N., g t.tne l 'munity to co-operate In the move- between himself and a little boy, bethe lst occasion on which he No. 44 OBSERVATORY ST. cla the c leasing e
J,... in session here h John, a Central Market mcnt by decorating their business Haynes felled hin with a blow was exercising his leniticy...... ..s m e. denf. s ba O
beef' ao"mmri"al m who was caught red. places.on that day: d that the struckacross the abdomen witha ahs- aiote rl n Sacir ba
li fa' cig mmSree, cia~la h ac-Croaldery:e churches throughout the city be paint brush.
rFApla sellg "WO Pounds OfStew for asked to, ring and chine their bells, N ST. wub Us a e hF
11was or4 to p a two blowing of the harbour siren 6 Frank Griffith thought heh t --1W
f sa7r0 ceshr wa s tead of cents, andth venmnttopemiAteUPpUWoodbrookoom Listerice tdday-YiblU
ma haraj, refund hermonths Jia term as alterdative. o'clock on the morning of thatceeded in achieving proved a ...o... s tl tay-posibly /
. ."day.n s to f c y y c mea-ns to further confinement L ye.IV tnMOlw. -
2,Circular/Ieray when he wasconvicted by BI E-
SFMr J. P. Thorr., iiimll ~ l~i l'' Jl
W U~t'J... G s PoliorJ Mr. Andre for escaping from legal NRE bt
= not Mrs. L. cTrndadsan montssdoee s5Impri.ndfortwoiMeet --ed.-A F Teip Gas 0 o. 5. BATH STREET, paste w o for Liste/e Tooth
RM oPa o'h Tiiada es. .,moti.of3 AWvirhl mat ,.te East endof PrkroSt3reetr*9,"v
rent of Lbra r lseae Fight GifmtGeorge.convicted tor.seal, Your.ver should Powo out two pints of -Quld
141 Ma Repo .n rary.---s Joining the Anglo-American an- Ing a bitch valued $3, was ordered il o urbowl dooailyttdiesnt it411 1u111
A. LASWI, tl-disease campaign, 169 men of the to serve two months' imprisonment, decays in t bowels Gas bloats up yourI .,/.
by hi ss m- 'U- ~ t h Po:r, a licmle, aM w br cAn un :h .toms You get contipated Yourwhle-
.,-ra hne Captain 1. DannL Deputy AmnrebowelamovementdauIntgtstthe,
floo ofa buld- 4~4~ danll then"o-th frce th Diecor of tducatlbvu wi.*b6ft auwm t akfsthose6'"'m sCsrters LttI 'PRONE 5361
will =1k Vitl: + 1114t -IM., the Iv~rrPill@toStthem twopitslof bile FA*.9 [ .
wlpalt More men of the forcetook the the Colony on vacation leave freelyarn...p After 4p.m. NOTIC
r ,o f a," build-linfw orled examination yAterday and they esilier In the year. is expected to u.."ia, 11an ,
MaharcO b Re cetre day s rel. d will be folowed brothers until there rrn cn August 11 to reo.ume .lwIgerntl. a yeltm e t, it NT-CE
*tret wne byyeserdy.y. Iokor the name______________
a....ecenItPat rele the Co c wase off osed entire force hbas been examse /duI es, the '"Inr iad Guardian" Pills an the red package. Relu~esy .p
that.the 0oun.e.lwas offeringIthis manner, understands. ...agesin. ft" 3Q-A. ,M. QUERINO,
six scholarshlpt, valued at approxi .Auctioneer.
have been cOOn. mately $1,440 each for the year,
a I
ao anniversary plus the return fare. This sum1 During the month of Augut
yn HalRoberts covers all fees at universities or from I TL.
on the evening colleges, board and lodging and In-f TuesdoyIto Tr
17 celebrate the 11 dental expenses, together withdy31i ,ow
of the Wood- various benefits, such as a grant of
Friendy society. 548 for books, and-other things.i illeliiidepartment only ~ en'wit b
~~~~ ~ T al Customersoand theoGeneral Public mst+. J / I'lm ,o r p-ra, Of

o eUea n S Our Stores in Port-of-Spain and Son Fernando
will be closed for Annual Stock-taking from 1st / During that period, we suggest that YOU
Hg st rce Padto 31st August (inclusive).viiou solatbsne,
+ U.Kenn dy It ccounlts will be received as usual at our where you can make your selection from
,,.their vcred and attractive stock.Watch
repairs will be delivered there also, at 42,
It M SHardware & Electric Supplies Ltd. I Frederick Street, between 8 am. and 4 p.m.
--- --I--_-_-_----'------- ,---,,,-,----und until noon on Saturdays,
welawmUn of the end;h~l~n~lU~uiUiE~~ifl~~lU~i Your Jeweller.
,I of.No th De eand; ANNO UNCEMENT
"- '"WeillBndi"'Y.Do LIMA & Co.
NO Moy,--.I ,e- Po t-a-Pm e Laundry Service /b C te oE.oa.!
PA ;--'-OWDER, v II h IIie pleasure in announcing that II / .,f o~" /-
aq, ,in= II .| they hae. esaolished a depot atI l+a ^l" I L I' "J '-"ehs -- IL _b_
AT POH.yIWATEI *. A ,.U .,su ,U A II11 Jl' i EUI-O~ f ']2

T was" BrHir Grew-
ass, R BOUQUET I ..
d' SEW that that em- ^^ HH L
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Oence Spencer, 4^^z9

uuw Be Sure of Your
REDS Use Odorono Liquid to stop pe
a.. .. *putioo or a week of more, auw
1 Springs to Match I rself offthis old problem
+ inOdorono Liquid itself is odous
I Fibre Mottress less and fresh: in leaves heW si
mid Feother Pillows dY -"and odourless.
"Regular" is the urea t perspi.
1 Neow Designs of idonCrrectiveevermade.' Inemt"
1 i. m [I ilder forwomen with espedal
Morris Sites I sensitive skin. Both are the res=
; _: ----__ a doctor's own presciptioa.

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MONDAY, 17th JULY, 1944
40, POINTI-A-PIERR ROAD. (emer P.AP. Read
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betssS14an O t"Aa. OURP 33o0f.-3*,,low" Stret ftma ^ PASl 1G
Cofe VALMAIA Rn per- 21,4MT St T ROAD. Petitb in S.AWRENU 004 tt .m.._ Cue 04 L, A: ..
owt-ot Co a c erns. Apply ftrtaimatloS.July r..r. O am0 Ar 6= 660 ab i m % ad lw soa= "s wei rCa On. Hi- n f

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as Westn Kndta Icb BW o era c N A hbAOK ttim COus r VI.t< K st?0'*ircu 5^1W Ram ino Muag*altereceus * tR ag CO RM. I 'P11000 t M P-July IT. hee icnIrram tat Vi soalltfropt) st U>T h TO t l abu A -. pl S a d fhe AlJost"
a"0liRO O t dor ill. it=. Apply: Elkal Purw*.Lk e am.- Lou is-- p am 1 Too mea )- two Sfa Mh. I~mmar SrHl --oi2
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n~nacu (o s-, I C, 0 Guay r d rg-Ian. l ppnrmu r u e nnn Zephyr Poiu t CyIfl da" Outboar MotorB CT o ora. Cocnut CTrae TonuudlU Deane; do' not bld" mysel reapmct too T PTCHl. and otA mhr *e rq c T om-An C t. Ulock v b al uable t. r o: dabt or dbt ontra ted by him .- > ,roe
Wf NT N M0v W * L App lf ro 39N m n dd trOode t

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tultr orrihtma. ppy:Lychons. yOjCALOSE. ACAL maATlLPUB O GLC I.hsrIn Domed hat

e" ign lto rel La Bres. -July: 27A.|. 2iS a.Cgol-Q. Da iB * U en ltryt -Rlso e n ud nj i CB. ou a tee, W atrl as Tua ol l l o ai t on One Dining TI., o '
ViOKD1LR 00 pronru L e I61FRD RICK -AuT ou masdTrn e n-AZ IdEeS FOP tSACLE "II AMIsses;RoIadM umD I= !, uevIa obly er6under00 than cara 0 sod prot Lwrne.wa dedCairsIEIOgle HS-CAB u theha= e
tERMRe of myoLA husband atl Goptehan AAc sgoom .. mo 11dls a n failw s.1

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a&cok lT ep 00 ptem. mc.h itln IS- (f ttlom1 'PHONE: 4rr200. lo tet pt'onthl cu MAGASZIN SUEIORIPTION. Raedsra ?Tamana; 8*8; Plum* Metas Messas S tt Ilr d o not hotdmysl reapooeht Apl D o.rtI M

trinploc cad M IOGO motoety oo-adJuaubcy raya.-.uJ II sr. "Tr ueH R D/Oeire.' *'odaem, cigubal ; irn rounc lobar. oe+_;I. ~~rcll Vlao ,--jedU NyIA O L I I v l f l).., ...--..AN..* .i.. eW3..-.|| l l +l
meals, --OV rd~nt A ppe Maaa.ul2. .-U|u +-l F-- wait fI por e .t Uszit Jk| Tee. on Ahwa P~Ciut; Otopowohereg dee. amm 5l*a- 5o* ~ .... Ie ma..rk- ,, i a U Eu = +P/ ;11 ---,-,
enE,-- lt R VA A ADr AESTA HoA OLTS A N"o" D --July. -O u.oo H 1I.T a M IB, U &re r m on- o WANTEDastmIlngtta- TrbeTCao-Bxpf tE o lUl in M uBe d, n WO

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dly 27. oRV A aETWT. l30 1et WIrLIAM p L.Lonta*t 8' dGT. Ttds. Che-aplee rates? Atuew a O onno Alas-c l the ate 61 mA Iot a o tt r Y onG hME ann, B wsrnoxmp oym A s !11 4 I-* -ul ,
FrReEeAID. 2 monttlyan etls. AUT OM and COCKTAILS.mISt1b se> rc |22-AU5 r. r O Ktar Po tclaR Oaply to "O vaaerdn "A. 1Apy Int n h wrIt a WNW O. Bb V A I L

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Ap-I Ar N W tre t-lll "y 30 ---e-l-o-ndi Chion r RADIO lATt, witn e eeelon r.. .. ..oul-,Men int a l ytrt,.d atrnin g are 7tretoad -J U S Aly a M y u 1 S --r -i. ,- 1ow jl
ten -aop. 22 R% R p r et Ak'Gt RE B "Me O Coin 6 L t. Imamre Pg --ge. pres eahetnA If any, aptnl as

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TW JNIR 'A dllES gg oy 'OU l40L"55Adt~~abiS~e.. al aetoe. Au l l. inner d AtraC ToIV BARGAbi. Strong uoi- cspI$:rotaefre.noS o t.. 8 orCavaReoUtad.-_MV"f________:an._to___ 6n

*Cari bbea Matrlvtl.-jet uply 3 o., LA TROPiANA p EStA( RAt. Oo 22c Stdl YEARL-hnr pctlotlly D 61f a-on re .oocrc te Buntot wfr *tt C ia5fd5 Al Cenltd(ra onfce Whter *c loro o Estate Carapt (Far a A Eye~T

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Ke ol Ddnarnertrl. To. -hly , *ney 4..S 0nR.Tu s Ia n ef--JOy BATO Bt sOMpOeslomet. GLo oo123.-rgo f Oduar to.Jlyy 24f c paron. A ply aI Ro ,C

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to be temporary cmpanio1" PWLISH ocaterpfor -lyate. 1tway.nWNewsat I atlosal

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i .tw *.tl tayd. ~ 1 + .a-Jll Od .,y --. uu .,i ..r.,le. ,ytw n> d.'le ^f,,..e .p,.,,. hon. *..,, ABOUT SOO" ACR" mU*rn P.LANTED. ,""* N U .o. KOO<) lo'lI t nr badronn r~r I .._.... . .ll.. 11tr D --huardan ..I'-on oo. ,4Mole 6+ p _m,--_i_____runn_ a woa t-l, el-appo sA ro m us, Ladet Metoula, E8nJua n, See plrs for rmInet ot -o-IpaI n busInes Appty o l3 .. n. a y,v-- I et am~l l a.ute-. e~ i aIrUSdbord W
EA SERVAN. Dodo TO JIM Pheo4-t Of T On emrs.. Ecke. (Robu AP A pp. In own eywrl NtEC t I 1dvbncst WB bal *we Uld W ae Arasaware i.'

JtetJuy5 UlyOMOoeyToIVE l tctpndyor ex MOUe.rr POURo OAS.tree r Ssd,,cA.t Gr uaerdeen -Aug. 1 .e 3a S m JU- -y
P.1p o cll uiuvo al t contuiurng Aloseeaa Ulsde O lA. Sofa .ITTRZ ANRo coa di. July 29. fa my witit -4 thio tls of
f, eas I tdow"ahINn premises. we___________, WareRA1 4' 1O1"SALE dli

App~oly 2 uato ree"t5^ T Gg Jy" 'Nii rNisuing and anttl rooahghe eEvmTi tAL DAY NT.-A or o K.^ A Warel mP Tre- CBI WD In fB S. etel s f

W NiTED. On E S.ER V I ONE IC lORD TRCa wloatr0t -Juyl y 30 ths bore HoteL wou ne 8 0 r. 1odrytauljy 3. .- W NT ED TO TNT r iateo In onrv.d Icy- ar ".o 14 Snd Bndade, L8 ~
0002L-GENERAL.NT Apply.t inAL~ Park-o yM uMARC O yNI AIOates o dal Srg tube from ground^S Sor (eC".d,1 E.'ectric? g arste^ RoadJul 20 op1 hnefr1 Ait li M Ktttt tw. isrce 't.
Aven ue-Jul y 26 ,OTORS FOP A~L ...... ..wter.fetc.ay4deb tsmr o dm smt oe e --A e i----.Meet.--o- 1.the-ov-

"o -t 'IOA. rv aOi-July30 t Ine perf ct Con tac Ced- r iNi ORc er prAcIO W RK lke Itticarl lyl ?aT a, tOiirmaRletRAOS IwIOro .I2O Io o JIIn wihIrg h, a te, 14 ..t ereqlte d olro.. horu e aeUr o on

WA NT ED: 0001- C.OOK wile know- La-.inelM14 hugo-StreetMan-ue.nm treet-Aun. 6t.d Hp. O retfr A y t L awU, sn opals Must hp nest FMr .i.l.k t ... B|g il14ninlllS maStOT n. Bed th Oll 7!StOltS
t ew os .er.c .n.cok . .. Malary 1 E A C 4 .u 0 xel RE^ItER AT o u.ld r bel. g .o .. o. ..i Ju -. 4. *olaon."- m e B

]I.ICHSTO RMOVE IAIOD ndFCI 8 ukeAtreet. -Alphco, bm tO P u T 7. 4- Mdttrhlss, Iee PtoNU.S.A
"e mo uHth. AVPSamy to rs.he 6- M4 mriSR ig C a, ------ Bl296. L o Oil me Thras, 3hor exrt*alotl 0. W os "ioe A1. r t E W A i- 1 fo I Ur
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c "O M COan. COWe G A IOR XO R, d ... A. wl p tMe yt l rentAN lN ANTSe wA D (t die O nrrt.-u an d.lo M l 11 "-... m... *Po- S C d a
the oramtm -Augusti 1.n194e.w a pplyc o Nd-JOEPHB LDV TRUCK. Tlt h o myhAsbandEdg

WAT D IEAMMTteOT TOSERWrR omp lo cJy Can beaO uly 26 .4 NOw cTdO b Iipt Coc iman d a varty 'P 2.-Aug. 2 h o -uU" Dept. Ju l
MEtoAbliy.Bo-I4 CO uadin CI ts toawr eiclT.d. opo rcruCyindrO utbaI rd. M ito r us.d terfu t tresme a n s ownuthasdmysef reponiblefor nypA An ounc ment" 1.3

to Mr. Boly Ric oI Stlre et. new lcrely eoCgnn r conditoned liyon. oTulem c Iin t a. ipen btc l, wai .eol All Eatet r d o Caimea, rd o ontTe bAN AND Poto-clSto mus e 8t to d
CU- Col a U atrA b twee n ca S ae lMai goa . n p"m.- linig. r6 rO. w it e ra.A- 1 routyo Nait 2Mryn mouse, sweet C'RIon IARYB1 II.ANe.C u Aal ea re "t taue Higes nder GAT t
I 0~ca ta 9 or red-ucing.---. IseW- Mod del.tiindApy:idd *u. lrce. bpD yor ntdl rio Clparo gRoa ru ns through res t o whi'h

IMail ak Adyure .good I por e TR ofL CO l l IN ly 30I* o sda. Jully 2tbo. 20 byo xu O l edn ra30. ks al t Is Au Iofens-cldmon. t a Br 0 an1 an oF to C, re n O ed 8 .

II ONE ,ALO-F T dEREA rURVAT FOR O ALM IAULGUT LIAVIDSON REPRIGERATOR-One Larga you r ditlom 3 f rUAlway. Tin u.,bqt trt-on Aug. and to urhs THOg *au who i leainthe Cot
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uMtP lo oaC t eD aA t MCRIMtILD NURS toS OUSE AN AND, A Broadw ay d.ebt'oParL de-b s c ontracted tby s him ida )uI. ____________________________

sl~.5p In. Good wa**** a to r"ght pe yrso M Uc~~~~~~ORRIS .d~ ~~D 2. aAT R. wt f ex Pcele "t Apl MTrra atro. VUhnc n strutYn ad tet 'o 489 Aug 2 B i thCi
t.ranc ar y.WimPhy o Non treu nc 8 rL.3.-A uly 2. ia r eO Au.0e .er IMoh C ll nN . .. es atres
San ernndo r aply ilerera st 1114 Vb SEAN.Goo contls WritefltteeR LI Li st Aw8 Fg BiUSiNESS POrPon ERTY.V 40gFdo eropock Tt 0. -2MAug. oa-AI.5 a(X)Y Her Smm

J*oe Vill -J& tyot 50. NDrmn t h. Sntr ArtRmpyewet Written oaa to A are tt. 2 s ma
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Smo nthly Od most&SO. R TSEB ad O T 9 ANuDl LAD re Fec eil y* e *u- 1K.Claro For rt fo a t Mre i vers ee rs.e Applys.n101 A nher droti. 'h oe C i d's Cd a C fO
NURStMgIverfDecaoffrerepo erMlcot Ponm. 4530 J uly all. 10K NOW GTOTH EDROCEN VIW pltd.Mme-d ggioavbi nglf l l609 .-A rviug.xpreneItay5n

stAllfresidenStan S ANDAR' 936 00.00. Me-lon HO L Ittrbe n-a Tobago 1 I ote. ," btdr.Sanom e raw .nd e.Ju lyh

TWOI AO l Rod (ltl.- eu-,--- Fi, -r cl t Ie aUIO._lend..l ud seauta a ,nI (eiB -d Sel.*.- Om.Tt ll ANDtr o. .' r o t. Coe'o.gain.sll Vnttr.i It31.Ao. i, n stufferen cn Wahtan. B3lio

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|en M eilLTO PsICd A UA ET AURANT.^ c : 32 lCa, ,WRLY-' MRITo N Tm. r .Life.. mAndoe t Bnor or Coie, Al Cen t r a

POSITO WANTEDI I WORt~RRI D D- LUII 'ceoa St Ply holiay atn the ab p Moe. whrayo Od oa-July 30.. 5Ndn .ad Gasae
1= 34 Gua e d and-uA.RT Iwn g Shillniuregsl 2 riria pa. nt pOlStrt po pl MOtI;an, Cr nt d Indutinl t pr o nes Pre sent uen Street-Au 2 edroms etc O P c.NO_ requ red 0 a Pr ex t EA L

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"., .., yre. Apply 1t A B- 2 Ar D a l l, s L E. Nicholas, a o F IO. St ee. l Cotact lDymtl Po d ROl ERTl I ES B0KD d dot au, and
0. AveR raftole o a nsf Jmthl 3- T -MA ZIEa2-Jy cl ay ,eWUt

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Avg 33 ~M IXa Sret SACTERIN2.tPa r edeickSteetOJlyI6.RET ANDPLIOlatestmoeQlI n-tubsfo r outnda 2-f lyo 50 od) ee tri aeRINIad.-OJ TGlyST2PS to -Tuesday ITook Sad 1h'

it BMJ ANICIAL. Apply; Do I"N ^ ^ ftM p3Utr.e Of. the^^ p011"n MU

iorer en2o MOtRhHers F^ beutfu eea LA RGEoo BLOCK 0ol FREeOL LAN 6Mt O wateer.r t Wen add a yo Poectsid
meCCINE. e atla ral. 3 ty ttet egn pretforomot "Stnn Car A bn.e- o tly e BV RarGrmtic tTlest Golf C mOLurs OIIv. GndetSorTa Co 3f or 1PrS tee uWA u onO sal l s1 y ou or gr1e14

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,nwa U M ca 4J rn-ll-- n ger, practical lyh nw.bSO'onoi ruJuan, with t|! Mo water. a, Immed iat e Boire or.n hu a ch14 fernon/o O nA~ll"i~
."Ui. lo..GOOD COOKwithtknow.0002 USIE ,goodot H t bth. gp oods sonE .AplOft .lAND ome e ppovenit e Ostbenerha13 Tret"BoA1;

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5Pt t Bo.4 4 MRR IS.--J e"-outer.937"$25.,Loui la n hool. s-pAIte. Ce oot.AD. t r 'U. :o il-
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L r cl tck-Jlya 20a. r;u taM.w 26keW arrenCOtreetdArr f iatrl and undeaPkSteet.Pvcaewho ietyletW',hship,,hp, an

h e day S co menc At 1 1 n ort Pt. Ih uxrTABLe Pte-u pI'OInkad1 R g1CKa b py M p C.teFT.V 12 *A> lrOT ""--Paorw d IPo ue e re g a |P c s t thOI Ar lbk y MDwtIeloFrtl l 11 P. oan,,r arro c, ergee.a rnj; o
tU MMLL SIZE T1N4C R ichTond T HOrSE. C 1trr u an d Got her frutit t *" ,k-nu ay 2. Ao( n, uo- keys and (S. in

tu _i AU ply Dt 1 TIr mk ewrtl t eno ilenn A Instoa nc ti \ e o. Aptply Mn riCnl.h .T Joho BiLDN S M ra aPil case sntact Ramir. 6 Baptst La e. chnds and Per- s on
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