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


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ltuf - ABZ3083
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alephbibnum - 000354929
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Bombers Hurl Tons Of American Troops
Wards Lwow Explosiv Germans To RetreatTroo
Explosives On Flying fake Pontedera
______ Bomb Stations To Reach Arno G T R
IONDON, July 1I (AP) After a lull of three months, the irst SUPRME HEADQUARTERS, ROME, July 18 (AP) -- Enemy and Canadian troops today broke through the German line acro
Army under its new commander, Marshal Ivan Konev, A L L I E D EXPEDITIONARYdefences near either end of t',e the Orne at the eastern end of the Normandy front in a powr
Ihed a siew offensive today which gained more than 31 roles FORCES, July It8 (AP).--More tie"' atteeatrnedofte omnd rotI
lhed a new offense today which gained more than 81 miles FORCES, July 1 tA) .or" ^\\.Italian front crumbled under heavy offensive aimtd at Paris, while the Americana on the west captured
front of 125 miles and captured the town of usk. 27 miles from than 1,000 British and American onslaught today and Am:rlcan Lo after an eight-day battl, forcing the Gerimans to withdraw
,along with som e ON Othier places. warplanes struck a-stinging new o sa g t t d y an m rc St. Lo after an eiglht-day battle, forc~ts M r h l S ai I nb o t H te o o a d r o r o s c a h d t r u h P n ~ r ~e a d a h l n l eing the G eru mansgt
Marlong with some 6 other placeblow at Hitler's robot raider to- troops crashed through Ponteders flinie and a half and threatening the crumbling Nazi posn10 .
uo the Day disclosng the day hurling a great weight of to reach the Arno River, while ward all the way to the coast.
of te Da diclosng he dy hulin a geatweigt 0Poles scored a complete break.__-_
already three day. old, con- .t explosives on two experimental through of the acermar positions eGermanreportsof----o e .4 Tn an attack which h wommencei
Street Germ ts of PH B ~ stations at which the flying bombs guarding the Adriatic port of All- Japanese Change earl this morningur te bx
thonlirouhatoward Lwow, bas-Of Saff enrt, ie ad atrop hate di w
for the defence of lower were developed and Berlin radio cn.m Pontedera. which wi.s en- Chief nOf Staff ment, Allied troop t e rvr
d and eastern Germany. said other Allied raiders pens. termed by the Americans ths .orn- along the eat bank of th rir
was a natural extension of tee yteAeiasti fon ln h atbn
tremendous openatural extenions, theof traded the Reich from the south. i Ing, the troops are In a position LONDON. July 18 (Reuter),- into the open country southeast o
have made In less than a Up to 750 Fortresses, with an for both an attack across the The Tokyo radio today an & ae wh rmud oeae
to break through the eacurt of some 50 fighters, roaredriver and a swing to the west in a a bounced that the Japanese War now in action against strong enemy
to brakthuhI drive toward Piss, 12 miles distant, Minister, Tojo, has given up his forces.
Svaunted .defence lines and nearly 600 miles ironm British drive toward Pisa 12 miles dt post Chief of Stal. His su- Along the Orne, Allied troops
threaten the Nazis In East bases to bomb the Luftwafe's n a flanking action against the ss I n were steadily cleaning the enemy
a the Baltic States and buiz-bomb laboratories atPcene- ., enemy defenders both at Legho in o hjl out of the area, including the town
areas of Poland. munde and Zinnowltz, on the Bal- (Llvorno) and Pisa. formerly Commander-in-Chief of Vaucelle. on the south bank of
Armies under the late tic coast northeast of Anklam, and An Allied spokesman declared of the Kwangtung Army and the river opposite Caen. Heavy
SNikltal, Vatutln crossed olner vital war targets In north-1 that American troops were closing Japanese Ambassador to Man- fighting continues.
l Polish border on June 6. west Germany.Im in on Leghorns outskirts from the chukuo. In preparation for the advance,
months after the seizure of The improving weather loosed e ooitneast and south "against stubborn This is the second time the a massive weight of Allied ali
F. farthest point westward the Allied air might on the devas- opposition and extensive minefields Japanese have changed their power was concentrated In the
in General Vatutin's often- taking item needed for the max'- / and demolitions Chief of Staff this year. heavily-defended Car sector at
was Luck, captured In Pebru- mum support of the battlefront in Polish forces driving up the Field Marshal General Sugl- dawn today.
Ltck is about 45 miles east o f rance. Adriatic coast were officially re- yama was Chief of Staff until American troops, hammering
Curtn Line and the 1941 B American Marauders and Havocs, ported to have scored a complete February this year when Tojo through the suddenly 4urp'ed dt-
jU ,IBK and R.A.F. rocket-firing Typhoons J break-through of the Nazi posi- took- over. No reference was fences won firm control of St. Lo
opened what appeared to be one ions southwest of the important made in tonight's broadcast to tonight and the Geormans pulled
u ROUT Li ENe aornthh19eaicanMaraers an Hatgicsry / port os noav sc a c eth
ROUT SEEN Iu or the heaviest days of tactical ar ort of Ancona which wasdes- the position of Tojo. back as deep a tw miles alon
Armies forged arcs of steel t s t eg rd as g y The Japanese News Agency he eastern two-thirds of the 48.
arudeeynwmjrtroops since "D-Day" by cracking cribedas"gravely threatened." TeJpns esAec
found every new major oo e stron ints of British and South African troops. announced yesterday that Ad- mile front running wst to Le
trtoihintheir brilliant downTflj'eg~j inGra ton~lt tral Shigetaro Shimana, the -ay.
tiJonof the Germlan weak. armour ahead of British and Cana- Wing Commander J. E. Johnson flying with the 2nd Tactical Air participating oin the general rAllied Nial igtrhaea B Montm
i tls othe front, orerhan w- eak l U dian troops on the eastern flank Force of the R.A.F., h.a shot down 35 enemy 'planes to beaone advice, consolidated their bridge- Naval Minister, ha.s been re- oen alve brSeir forw.
hamnobservers. b elieve n Normandy. lntleadan British see for the tnmtp enemy 'plane, dfytroyed In the lend across the Arno River, four lived of hit post g erary offteyv ohke frorthe
S omolete rut of th Waves of British-baed 'planes u"ropean theatre. (Tbh, I a BrIt:sh official photo, released miles northwest of t Arezzo, in bit- Mr. Cordel Hull, Secretary Orne and ending powerful
In osiaolntf th e rtd kept the Channel skies humming through AP). ter fighting. At this point, the of State, said tcnght that If moured and mobfit f _.t
Tto* Prssia St Polarvinnd throughout the day. An officials M PArno ls approximately 20 mile from the reported removal of Gene tuin into ope country outr
Dete.Moreover, Moscowaprxmtl20mlsfo rlTjasciffthJcun
odon red into the deve lop- announcement of most of their .--- the "Oothico Line." eral ToJo a chief of e and south of the suburb of Vati.:
nof theirrAttackff prove cele which was bWi~cleared 1
is eutafti5tial sins of great 1 & Stuv in :PeratiOP si was lacking up to late In smashing through Pontedera, arkse army staff proved to cl" which wM beiin
EUshIUthogh5ntdra ru would be interpreted as
1 toI J cnme.L I 0 1ratterrnoon,p but Berlin radio said M .iP. s A a k Hundreds Killed In the Americans broke on to the artherdo eiterps o the enemy, General Montaom
n core hundreds of Allied aircraft were ide plain extending westward a rather desperate sign of the n. ed
SS f~t^ t G ata mWeserted there KANDY, rc, a ottemPting to wear down German p Elo sme 16 miles to the Tyrrhenian ese mllary tion
aSethat A(Rnute rGer-Ini -then for -e ..i..... ,nd-ur-a t.. . t.0 was a central fortraets
tst e tere AD CEYLONJuly 1edeense t o strength on the Not'- PORT CHIrG.O, CALIR-Se above Leghorn. n fl- e era tinu e ,a"a
[ "WpmtItdens thatt(Reuter..-Ien the Indo-p u rema andy front. Al)d ooh a l waR CIAO IM. Sea ave Leghorn ofsr toe Sutt Lo wasea Jal Admit St ra
Goceral frontier, the Ja an frottheir, NIA, July 19(AP)-Tw source reported that vrtualy all t a le
$d ,rerat sot h Uk = l a "rnlh~ are- m. German radio said Parisesouc virtualy N thad leradng oa1prso
A ts rive with t reatsou ? thwad P.s ta b an 'ae a. ammunitns e xi ngthe bridges&crows theArno b- be- i pleading
6=t LY U late" )aat nt h sA ks Fl Frence ad won it

t'mefar Do rt is not. ^ la i &" % y ^ u p~Ne Ch6As All v,*" .d" Iwd* WSSNjSD A^*"!;T5SL
h to o the dep ied troops, who arel b -. of others in Port Chicago de. 90pi'otehes to6 the Imo u ~t ()f
the far north to the de ..t h- beets. et by cty LONDON, July 18 AP Mr pot dock area, and i nflicted o b viy mind with eis o e w t
Seutalond venherarlerenformul trnsprtbndhteaOviOIyINmAenredBeanwpeaheaedeneeral ama Gemangun onheigts ortSofalniht
Prussia appeared from The Jungle tracks are often unfit STIFF O OITION. Anurin Bevan spe s e e ort Chcao, testrmasn theit entire maisse rierys i
Iiutral and efe n German even for mule transport and the d lls M da on"FortVChicag th singtheeni re mas s artille barn
to be a vast smlge of fear- enemy's supply ystem is outat of More than 60 German 'planes fscu:t In the House of Commons 3 miles frmnBan cicow coverin. WASHINGTON, July IS (Reuter) used, I artillery
One medm-sued cargo yes- veywtaccurate fire.WASHINGTONJuly18 ( utersed air au artillery on wings,
ntfor a &battle in- gear. Some of trapped ren- challeng ed the bombers Mand fight- today on the United Nations' Pholl- el was be ng loaded whaven i American heavy bombers of the -The Japanese High Command More than 1.500 its an
bth aRds a -d the alro n are at sfrvato n points co untert overpG esr atatep sic f the &oursla d ofh th tatph n thwoe n bmedlu bomber er
e countered over ermanmy state thedemand forTER republicationta nyat 1far stoy at priedriabislon andant
I more prisoners aft being taken. July 7 raadon taf in dthema d f th p ny ipm ens a ridfromey at fleinn dl MeriafnsWiththe death of two Ireds of fighter-bom

Itoa mthe' Reich repre laroe ihip, that gtace" -r airdrome- atrH Memmi aaoNT aOR UeuLct~ of the warWSS thhug they1W dr enynafdthettcsonte nOOi sa
W ehte are making morties Richard Shrn-, B.B.,- sC. report- rotarea. At la t21 e armistice onm(ale dn, nReutr M T'thelus Maat. "jt Air Sw re NB urw th 'd
th er frm u oInu the moitm oft gter were downed today, all of answ ered by r John nder- vn te l we re e ff derrane yeseeday in aouse m tnonltearr t. T dns ad
Sa ne u sa re garpardandadds them by aMustanggroup in a was i byareJoneA Theye allofa tstiwer. HeA nNsid th nit'e tawn wmt"bomnb of p
by~owru atlery fire 5 hi lthe' Japanese have battle Which took place. Rooith Odasy fourth overnent: It 1
soereas gunsae onl.p bdlYa, Itshould nt WaNem aWrnad ,he oral.not 'thetime l no'pa" Cormmyecationi e&Mtargets It
ys pat Vtnt7"ot" n d~n H tOZUie& tu f-- -v-'
be thou aveebee an-hourfrom soiloo tot down. w, d gratly I -'d= "
sr dcSa snthbattleareaandwellbeyond,) creased tie intensity of their gii asGeI.

14aft sounrce W rotd air mai Uni""tp^i h ned Altatoes. ftthSreWZIAwin th^~ed us lte of etn the phas N w h neiwse.d.n fe.h nort th4eterd
tcorreclivcontinental r byIs Making its way generallyIn 'uncoitsonatisturrender, Mr 2,-counter-offensive and Japan w"as doII"costs
,, dthe Germans are_ and southeast, with dif L ithh Air Force advanmed head- idBevasaid the pPolitical conduct D l ee rted Iln As H t3gst now fated wit the most cryftc mle and ar .eas
frantically on an last culty, Sharp says, but still m rgan- quarters In Prane said in the Of this war is ally deplorable.O t n t hit. h W m
defence line running sed. It Is a withdrawal rather biggestfighter to fighter air battle It I& a tragic situation. At t "N N.^ L of the Japanese Empire. bhe de- 5l ee9 t he wt Unthr0 &ame,
Meil and south of the Nle- than a rout. since the Invasion French-based stage when the armies of the Al-B .Y..LYNN EINZRLINared, was at stake, and he called cetrtedefort ot AIe
to Tilsit. then alon the line South of Bishenpur the Allies Mustan and h olts des- are closing In on Germany HUNKINO, July 1 (AP) WH TH EIHH AMY AT on the people to devote their totalsnce the Inasion a
Mustangs nd Thundrbolts d~- liestrenclosingInronsGemanyoryNwINGhoJuyt18 more WITH TE EIGHTH RMY"A s'
the Murlan Lakes toAllen- have captured another village and troyed 15 M. e a ltroland the Rus a are Sm scro Cine Pres reports, lacking 18 AP) ength towards victory, without the more rmarkle a
Site dowaturinean Laokekes ou mreenmyswe'ner r intan ptoladtheRuiinsae l o fficrs-Cialcn 5 ts eo's~clCLSBIO, JU I h Is (P)-ermnan ashe nut It, the slIghtest illusion was German obeerjng
i wid down to Tkpine eta knocked out four more enemy sweep near Argenan this morn-! ing the eastern borders of Prus- ofcial confirmation, today, al-troops have ted 2 liAn civl- and without the slihtest thought omg.

number of ^ -Bia Japanese tsnk 0lost r% m t aandu without they slgts thuhIOr
Sit wll hoo n with the t brings up t the nweanoer Mustang group'ala, it is an absolute tragedy that leO that the Chinese have lws, including 70 children, of life or death. Real war. To
number of Japanese tanks lost in knocked down two more shortly there is no statesman with imagi- started a drive aimed at reopen- hostage in the monastery
aatE trN'e"-O-PAbEfn, COL, 1E this area in two' days. afterRlunch, .vp.onsuo
nation or vision to make aL pro- ing the Pelplng-Hankow railway Ubaldo i% the mountains ochind
Iri north Burma, Allied troops Outnumbered 15 to one, eight nouncement for which the whole and atc te.same time attempting the town for four d0ys and threat-.
have made local gains round Myit- Mustangs encountered 100 tier- world and, I believe., t heier and to we nothe irbg teei otk hmt hi eli
sin -.-.-. ..~o +,: .the + Germa to o swee.. ino thi ag teenn o take,, the to .. thie' lAN NG&isL D
So Ships Maintain krna. mans,shot down 1 ,0ina15-minute n a Japanese on the Canton-ankow with them.
_____mb_-__ batti.e for the loss of one. Half- nathre are somein pg .. Includ- railway station of Hengyang. In the meantime they reinforced
wayts 3 truhtheodogfightstheoMus "igThePriaesm inister, whom ae.The reports cled tat tether arrison and they erc e
~aahBomberdmen a sK lyrthrcla'clast toe d athat ter or t oi defnd themOermyn
,*odINITON, July 19 (AP).-- a wenjoinedwhigiehthhpoimtop y-Chinese mounted a drive against officer in charge was said to be un-
NJl1 A)-!N zsK* 3 dhi ihc e tm hodens...... the Japanese and took the railw CdANNING ,& C06. h ....,.- 9I
truNocon of 11. The oserie15mlanesnportantrnichetInhlstorys......Th.......ers tef themon A ast
Na reported tod ata-ontinued ,skirmishes ranged from 10,000 feofhope I live long enough to see town of Kicshan, 150 miles north lt The '--" ...........
isand. o dmiraN M or e A irm e t tree-top leve.0 what history books say about them, of Han.ow. refrainedfrom shelling therbuild-
.-eIsl n~rAdmtr Nthe J t s.nee-h Airmen ttre-opevlie,0 ts wchitrybok ay a ndt he Meanawhile, in the Hunan, the ing.' AERATED WATER BOTTLING WORK
SoFleet Commanor-l otCi. f, causee never was intel actual and Chirese after organizing and ""L_ J_
tat that American warshipsbnrty. Al '1ea moral bankruptcy so greit i as i i regrouping ,their forces launched A ... .. PARK& RICHMOND STS., P)ORT-OF-SPAIN
bed ut nem ani-aicrat LNDO, Jly 1 (Rnte) A~nnaida Plvese'revealed at the present time." counter-attack agaInst the Japan- Japs~. Los 4 Ship
that atestped to nterfere~lf Sir~ n J ums lyg the ecRetary of ,omme Defences A Labour member said that he ese in the Leiyang area south of ....... ......
iNavy spotter 'planes reply in / the Hor i',~ ofi Comn s Dyrttn/ B3v (O B GREENE I silent on the critical military" Con- Unyielding Chilnese defence of InSuh aii
mural Nimits also reported (be today, tasinc( e "- reen ofOmmn ON TH-E CA.EN FRONT, NOR. dutte aof ptn t war "touah the' J~ He man~ by oenra he n-o PcfcI' D M N
iIsfatoaofI60Jpno nunoement of the shooting by the .ANDY J~uly 11 (AP). Thetn on oasteJ~sI nsib eea hn A L L I E D HEADQUARTERS,
no a rm umi h rioeso a' ehd reiecan n rtish s e avy brmadere h istorPesdntys nault's 14th Air Pt~rce have Nh-W U.UI4A, July 19 tAP)--Io-
]d/n oneopq I Gemansof Mrmn, ad wre umbeingmore then 2,500 Ameri-ivelt another members of the given the Chinese a gOod breath- daysa conmmunique announced that
sen Pacific Marianas. Ini ad reports of Z3 more suhdah. nand other 'planes' pulverised Gen engaged In thE' military conduct of In the.Honan where the Chinese fuko-r damaned ineacontinused wereNI G
a 1$0evla rslnso such den a ths ~Inm whoareal ciil.ns...spll
1380cvla eiet n2 ae h e r lee oeral Rommel's anchorage defense the war.", were reported to be on the move,s, rdl8dh o tne
havee been interned, have been shot iLhjle atepting eas5 br the O .. today. (Reuter said the debate arose the situation has been as saticas a ~r assault In the southwest Pad-.
= to escape, The mammoth assault was twice on a motIon asking for another ever since the Japanese resealed tc sunk/ or total of nine enemy D I K
Wate Drie ==.ia big as the heaviest previous at- $4S000,0 to be voted f'or war Chinese breaches In the railway, ships dak r muaged in two days. D I K
tack in thePofeso annals o "war* In the exenitr. ,r. Stokes the The Chinese action there gh Tao of the niilj sunk in the latest
r'W tr rv I.C.T. Poe or skies. Never before had th, cons- Lab~r member lot Ipiwich, at least be partly aimed at pre forays were 1,000 tons, and were
TO ~bined top~treogth AllIed Ale Forces thot~gh that Allied insistence on venting the Japanese sending caught In the Nethe~rlands East
loses T morrow ffT Auf la i. B tain beren shu rtled agantther unconditional sprrcnder was needed reinforcemnents to the Indies. south Of Celebes sLand.
enm ste eesotyatrmaking h nm ueaeadHnnweete eietyu-O h l dmawie mr
.inS O G arid a n" t ao paig e fore Dr. C. hehrdarfesr ln heavyweihts thundered In- he referred to reports from Nor- derestimated the Iuni e of troops ,can troops arc squeezing J pns
"i~le wate su mpply for Port-f of ono .c atShe Iperald Cl- tofso Iath 5eaiilwe, gatudrdI-mand~y of Geriban prisoners who they would require to executet troops caught between A1aps and
su pr ha benobtained leg of 'Fropical Aertoultume, h were convinced that they would their pl1ans. the Drnlmumor River. T erier are
)-ttofhefm l~ e-Icft here sometime ago for FiiAle 'lhoob eso ftrcpue There was still' much sisecula- advanced elements of somed 459000
ointh cit n wh to Investigate sugar problems oeafo heGvrm nt Tthee, T dr~8I iel cellos' of the Eaheuer. who re- Japanese are revlt their plan trased the United atest' ilne 1lzk (f, f. ~ 4 -
thuansofc~ a whbealf reofrthe Govternmen there. eODN'f lsewheRutr).- plied for the flovaimat, said it and will evettual .Pull out With an attempt to break out of the
sgitofig for roll from a wa eotdyetra ohaeLNOJuyU(edr n-. an to~ dlt~~ e the job tncoimplte or whte trap, Into which they wer cam.
I S~d ~ ~ rom ~to ~*'F514t5 inKid ad In of ~they are simply massin me ma. fi'esmid liv 5me Inv55Ju of Altlep
expelll ct ancyto~~uthI Sh~e l Th~-e "'l, Fromna Gura" un- to day.h',,Tr Galermany oewheratced thee tll erms of peac g~e. H nd tIla aorid ai t Ajpsa., AMoe~ 5 kle
Sord of Health's discus- derstasida that Professor Qhees- cnipay. inAm /a hers shot mesha aknvryH~
Of the city's water 1 t Dl g !t. also of the College staff and e-P~l' uenh1 ~.& ircraftea. t.bme Three" Ms'"" Chrc l I- :' a-mt Wet of. Japa.ee ew--.
,1Nngthin if ternoow. wh Vlet on Vacatou ever. risha n .bmessd(oMh~shu adm two r~enet oceaslons r 'planes mmdox 18t fbrn
~Wil alo aaitwit laer-arrvedat acaion eav, hs havybomersand(weigherson this subject, Rie tokl lthe mup5 L.UU-bst
Chabe of Oommwo', Colubia He is xpctd o e-I" a"meicn eay Co t ONLY
m.tle htotlon by Stin- t t eSSlin- b1)tl l'bed bo be-. fa at a-any therr n hfal House that at the proper time.a on. .. -, .-
hf trr_.t toa stat.emet would be nude on th PI-e move,,. Im n uc.

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lo.s uo known, is believed to have been W",conceptOf German priscoe
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i Normandy Bret gh Naprima Beat
el*mm-n a...Toward Lwow l Commandos
"in 60 a ~ n saVi =.,I<| foapow .#^,^ sr "ins? qh ..FA two
S, abinn stbw rm for A .M....l.. o t clear -- A--
&W servedto tedVW4MOOSo e toeasande
emLi attention. Uiw as the A nt time the Allies w otAM ;VaA=r tu, ,Jul $ia a

eorart0 at 0ru% i U
tei phe thid. m thIlottae "0 ufeM i sec hance 5 fot omandos oegolS JIt
tr whole salleat northwest that the Germa ata. hrmy In fact any. of1miss IdM t 1011140' ommandoc by one gs Irla
IWwt tthAlya ineML fad to face such on Of 6e(ta tW Aa r t i n a*"l -AlA. trst kau t, I
Wood aoht aOproacdthethetboon.
M he i u wnw- pitel 6Mid eso aim.)ii~t. ann lgmtadntl uEor )~ w Sl lf2S^!St^2^ .M' !l,, ner praee Mntddipay Offromfalta|/y
awd front approaching thb 3.10,0this correspondent says, Mlia atrftm the f t e m.i
IS ra d.<< A ddopattehAl *bm Uwlw et Amk was as 00A1" Ai*~ *W r ,*'-'_._. ... .*. The aomt Was fasd and a rfIt i H
ta4t. olad. A despatch Wo ftS WM the th East Pnadft fNW wte i o scod raw the forward y ot bCth
;; ndyU tebible r ma' ng e al wacO d
cAt a e hIt", rmcklthotite that willtakethe :
Ama .. AmmeA thtOUte vastheCm Commamndos had the greater
for hom AZIb thSUw A Vi thlpe Ast.a t flheww
tnetar Ip a Jush t tborl i0 t=e l met ecan et otrr si in ,lV LIK hare of this mrrisfortune, a thtey

terate ford hom rose th e il r1r .511 ~e~ if~lll the um MI0 kept thrl ee stuent intheavyen. i
and Jer pushed within bato heading out to take the 5 where the stuants e hevy Wi
of the roadt Sumth of t attack. The Awerican 11weentru t n eheS bardineit moadt of the tift ,out A
in a hp l ow n i? w L"s went i bout 1*. t le l- titme splendid exhibition by t rrikt; jonei.

InWN do h 3, 114 P o/ec ;O ea,
ee Wr. e s thm q" le te eitintn hour had se nedeai n vI io s tcht ao rti e a'- ; of C42ldw o tgo i an thA it l, a a display of faulty
ah Xvasncstl we* Ao .W f h e w slt and onstantin hootn preeted thetf trom nt
Of vUr ov*, -.,sa#atts qtwfi senrtthat and Al Prederickm
itke o t ee heavily tspen e bombs bi all about threat R1 LAta for the 1 .tha t h ib ite. PAi tai .

two 10 o 1ese6d yablono i be tUI ~h, ipgasinge. W items DnrdI
Utovst, fistcr t4w,=e WJ works Naparima's lone goal was scored
ere Attaaeed AM4 hl', r wI sente_ ad by Alee arick midway In thhofti t thee u
5Anki baAnhd s or an4 a i L and "d 1t9B 1,21113a ;reatCon scond-half,
us .one,4t 1=nd between Gedrthian eyso iet ,N .Mr. V. Noel carried the whistle
t e oH i ta3IN ttetnt toolatly nro Hi the Mtth l tCbr while Mr. P. Sales and Mt .S.
SALUM lt; Vm, oi on pper la stw nth the dowithaOarMaraj were the linestMen.
JunlyI Ut)- and ls 5S t swctfp belt lorthUfttd a id i od ir The teamx . .:-
ewt.ne.- loi ..St wlear-. mea ly don tbied et m now thrusting beyondS cherche-. 5i dWhfrene S APARIMA-E. tFederick; I.
entj b Normandy who saw over the orne. Amerctt L Ut- V. o, lesthan m iles re thein 051iat the end.t l Smith, A. Frederiek; Jon$, I.
btt begin thisi morning ning. were o n out. c tytj ielower OM in tn Btan- i Sealet P. Robimson; West, t .!
Seen received. One of them While o#6 t r them twere tim e fchI. over tt tt ter- Would mek to o into thetitfhoCto hae H. 8n C.
he .stood on a heigbt l heaoding t hoe they take uyo rain west of 1 0k. m attter but T las lue ae o that nhd A. Predeick.
two miles away form oiln eof tst. =bout 560 tooke' Wu -a S General IVa Yerahko's offen.- ean 0laian have no ri)ht to COMMANDOS.-W. Percy ; D.
[main Oetman tget Acros s:S tr lntts Though theiy sive on the easternLatvian border ft ti th Sboo, M. All: P. Alibocas. if. Phllt
b river, were outamabe almost two to Program toh but there Was SO O Ei .nmiilip faith SE, Ohlhllips F. Walters: R .D'Andrade, I.'

t......5..9 Y tsbt nto theat- Inormatinttit alon tht hssaeplied
F-it he f" 5. 4. ..k be s a one, tWe o to the at fof..tn .l tat Ste replied. U t I Lumpin H. Balladin, L. Ramjohn
nt P yain Aircraft Ovyer- taic, Mooting down at least 10 troop actually had crosed the Ath mira M a het and P tubah
d and the nikftg it put dOwn of the eneMy, 1titbly shooting le t. chlI ttoioe ould give thlM exact? a ndP.
d u clearly in the early down at leat six more and dam ,Petruche*i-namedsn etUet0111 -e difference bet wi the Mai9 and
011ht. AY0tA 0tiOfto o two a1in4 others. turned plaae--whi bOW15I Press r-l Conlbnmist reglmes.
i he UM d up enka aetell ever the battle- port@ plaed insideltve, Ui "I really i a write quite a short Convent Fund t

atswofre~~hrk, eplied. atpoed l ot t
sh a deA141ii dtehen aI field, were care!uli planned and nt be located en7 on detailed brochur an that subject," Mt. n Tomorrow

Bit h Miliougtar ipenoAnmt wll be tree Oter li,-ounde
|the heavy boOn red a ttmet nd 'aTctr 4g "tr a* o~pll**c luell tlcH~ft tltld
I u Iiest i M0' te0 ialm t e d t t a thcadrvie tethen asked If the Boxi nlglTm
hose lorinM alreot ro o saMl t d ,*n.d Allid Oovanliaent hJoseph Ramao, star Southefl
onh nle S Onhel o rl 60A elt /e The all eth* aie featherweigt, who w to have
2F 1 e WA SS ter- o battle font to m t hem take K uoe its drfi tethAe emeence e ttle Ca nlt i eatherwet. 'Brlen, of wOrphofi

0=9 A, w" mo ln.lhflit ofl.',tffn"nth o t~he sixiar
gi eiret0 wan n d-hen orh f ZIoc- Mr. Churchill declined an answerae e wI o o the fx-ountidatin
___ ______ _ow en,__________ s, 37 miles east of Lwow, by O ying that It was not at all ursday's amateur bouts at. he
I heiteul or useful to put anumbeer incesoBuilding, is ill in hospital,
of complicated and hypothetical Aed will not be able to fight.
SShips Flying B.G. GoVernor'. N Health^f e __ Eham-
tr inwe had better get on, With r T i r ibb an Forces, will substitute.
Retention Urd New Health Set p work," he said. Part proceeds Wll go to the St. G E
taihCnvd u andAnd there
t*i K -o hn*ta as Goverl4 a'nor of Bth re- wl ie othr sx-rounder s,
ur AST tih 011wi111, threewother s211 ougowid riis a o
tWrn.rh 1 C frdto t wt v keal, ep ua vti a reach the card all t tle fghto. Ln e .
Jubr, Is (SAiuYtMr.S ured in a resolution passed proposals for te ".t~alato Kelllflf R~th *1Will fight, Len Setrettet for the B
So o hay at a meeting held an R of the Public ehlth raMl a ryr tree
ffinunt rZ to a toondMOn hreofe ttethe PubplcAt hAwere dlBctu]idy Bas0 /t tle Z~onlta today.w.1Aree
B the. Ulajls 0 under %a Frln ,o tIhnae tion In the Borough of Arire l ft re Ater will deieng ht lightweh
S told heA oo Mtw ian P01 Ot yi eatt, under Atconsider.til a bytthe atttori TU l title against C. Francis, while

..d(hM fla yeseDrdn~eand lresluton tlO diaeme leanedyeserdyt m StU Ata m~ 9 will defe nd hialgtweigpt t
Tihe SS reto a, W brocas ties concerned the "Ttnidad GUar. Louis Batrritas will fight earg
SLi yesterday. The resolution, it learned' yesterday Baker for the welterweight chain- l iz s a
Smth the was stated, will be forwarded to Dr. N m. Maclennan f J, 6 o-,Te irst pionship.
IS, di So We the Secretary O fState fOr tle Medical Servces, and J, o let ha Thrwe will be five four-roundems.

4? At10WW en Clnes.lKiled ingameralli, Deputytr visited then, e Wekes P
r Colonies. Stinkerall, Deputy, visited th W e r to reach the Combat Bookings can be made at Eatmore
S lunk. he Sir Gordon gl w leav borough on Mondy when. it I P a hr es war poultry Supply. Henry Street, from
-flUt- n to a to London where he expec stated, the propois were dIsacussedPi1 f red t at the. NeSpolitant today. yn
ustM 3&. 040SW asS to meet Sir ranllk Stockdale with te May EilorS har8 today, atddistie.Heer mil- d---ad-tn-.-- t,
y@Sthe d1elutfIrat and discuss with him, among Gannes. and men SMof tile Loc4 fry mViht in <= e land to the OOLTH AT NO('CCIS TODAY
frM 105L u 01cIOoccu. others matters, the d oid ye sy Health Authority there rowing total of United RationsC olts. TA.A. champions I
territo Drainage and Irrigation Scheme. sWUtesntla M the Italian 1142, will make an attempt to r -.
iUV ~ tlIK dkithjvan- gain the litle thls year.
iflenS a mute vaoe UT.S Parchu d r i Woman 9saI wee t* e ftlet South Amern- They will play a practice match
r TSa* i3 cent -* lll Grenuuaal WP11011 actt -yw tW It ma-jor on their ground this afternomf .
G144 4te en eral iednaa omnto o~a t fts", "starting qt 4.30 o'clock. Teamns are:
InGuilty iBigamy re m2
sm 0- ner l iled uity f U t tL WOverseans tfgu NOT.-Mert;0 ladiS
1*0 itt rahte 1fg Peterson T. Mark, J. Boldon, +.
B010, or1Fench dig LONDON, JiWy t(Reuter) Trinidad Guardian Cdehre.pondeC ook WI n.Weverseas esi, ?I
rtenac 6%sy or F Bregndterd O nDON B DolI. Pratt, of SAN FBRNA1 JA,. y war, alU w Lverpool. H. unt, C. Daniel, SL
,a Brookfield, Lin, 12081y, ilssouri, toria Golal, a NOR = 66t as tar a6 .Dakar Petterson r i.tt;h. t "
Sui the grat AUlOaM Osiel to be pleaded guilty to an t seUM armistice. HOWever ap- TOUTH.. Bw' C. Hartt, P.
killed In m andy. bigamy in U11 A iss e 3SWuthe M ately nail suecu miaed to Simmonds;1 ii HACkSh5W C T aiC
YXiM. aeogre;C. Downes, B
Brigari Prtt was a- was order t l pero and the others failed to (capt.). F. More C. nes, B
'ail Aiai 0ostander of bond m them ti @i by vIth the .lourney. Thompsol. 0. ardlng, SMooe, ________ _____
I. Moore, S. Ba l391, J. Williams. .
MHS ~ ~ ~ ~ 04 %%90 gigtb ~ itte Mt Alrtqpe Justic J. U* Aii^R ttM ..ty~~^Mww f *oare SOW YL ^^,8 u^ -Wllag a^ ---
Gtlall J. ha the various aruee. EiTd- ARMOUIL OlgT8 NEWP OST
,'s obold PI,,. ex h, M ,
46,r -" ,, tWAhis XM ,! 6 had AV) Liu
1 B married mena and tI 111A hIle, Wit*O the ratrl of any WASi I juiy anou nce
as InA epi a-lpi -her W ignorance of the law hero9 bu ,se The 8ta a Apatmet Aannounel mua Io I9.
lotedby0l1 WW Mphy married another man. Jie that Mr, P Armo r, former A uf
sj a Ab pilot, bt Inorsade bMsn the bon Ambasdor to Argentina, woUlM Stawes
:? vr pilot, but In ordig JW M to srownPthe oad
m when et 1 ot. i= the judge i s othie CrownO rosipN mi Maihead the department's offled C f= e0rft
S dar 3 La ur cutor, Mr. A, C. flme, Ato te Aetcfti cRaiubl ^ Affairs, succeed.. m_ _ig-f .
MaeenO Ins :this 1 a 1turrege stepsto eo k1@ No Decision On Ing Mr. Lawrnehee Du~gln, whoI
head o Ma~, R e~.r Sra ,o. Fi Ge"_d' r leaving the a moment. _\ _ _

t.ofVe ..O" South Man Jailed itre, ga dinglcS"
., = For Housebreakng t.=.,. oards --. ly Ude,. h qg,g Xy D T
^ ^ rs fhelectrictiy undeiw NAT I AD SJ
atthe t wo & o wead on-w-- r AU& se1 Evdlencegea for &A" C thanhre, y- nt te hrinff et mi oe W\ 1
e|*U" th M mis on r his S ltoi lJta yesterday evealf a d adjourned Many Pole lf i
wthutro qf the mc-A under 1eio AiuMflold aponies, C0U1lstwrA-
w h b e p a ~r a c h u te A v.icte d w t h u at ri 4 e c s o n i
|iW no i wort tonl 15 pa rach Iv eted on two court of oebresak- ConsIderatfion o the subject, the *f rn rtoatiOn rfc iLin e d V1
fisa- no worcth- te trmore Wi5 9 s bepr Wstonia O llbe will bersumin ted ordn Monday, July eaer diededthe trouble Wi
b M_ ered i s .y aisse L .24, at $, Sov, v iand u c a fidant as. ter
thrm homisit. fyou are a "Saftr. Oro
TENDERS MaracasBay Road m -resto ser yer ...hp, ma to a.

^omriometi the Assize Mart dmnnw up your; mlad to^ sol RE EY ^^ %
MayRe-Coe lSo" rtAttorney-General's .or. ,,..nATh.
y R en Pemberton was on two accua- m qeanrem e 1 ISJust Mt.
ot tSfat fh t 8B I WO e a.. Xn 1 A. appeal Allowed A madV i rItI 1
a thie vlonstfru t a KAM ) dE a flay rM e 0e1-opeIted He was @1nYvl011 im both hoase- nato a prerd w
PON Ad Ofteboth ousete u MIn tlm~ton afndpersevered *).it
S to wheeled traffic by the end Ofbreaking charges by a jury win The Appeal Court yesterday& al' tslim the most serious fonm eb
This month, a expressed to tl deliberated for 4o minutes oire w the a l of th Attorey this aontsing trouble,
ls urt. Garage a "Triniad Gusrdin" yesterday by arriving at their verdict. Gemnral under the Defence aM Zan Pile emedy i s o
o at the ATO Mr0. Gordon, Acting Director of Evidence for the Crown wa that (AtCalaso to &p"eBes rnu'ordinryiMment, but a s*pi
PU Wow. on September 2 61% $ of o 'at a. 1943. against the decision pweparsaton solely foa th"n wil a
C lasf 21 S Sincey the sn of this oad Asses Al on Vit aea ea d was ofMr. A. H. L. Masson, who repr- pile .troule.14 In is pae d .i
handed and diichfarwged Wy 11i Ua 1i a taae( "plieator tuble, mak
about two Month a great deal brokento stand clothing stolen, Whnttle, whoan pleaded guilt
of work hasbeen done to SImprOve snd n Novembr 2 at W hlto jg it*smhpleandh clan to uS,
1.6 Notice in "Noy eaidU "tel ai tq r b16 le conwlsrud- Street, a house osoceb havsng andegis ered tt thesby chemists everywhere.
i I Jui, o tain wallsanmd an his wife Was also tyrsbeando Ordered that the

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Iw aS to t;6;% erection of hand rails along thi eyrestld b teforde
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Term In Bribery Case

Fail ToSiv
402110- 4dw ofty yesK Lo t appol against i jt
Al 4 atp Wd f or four um tetuo I w
n rhim byMr.~.X W. e t or a h brbe attBempt.
in am fi w bfv e ty*- --"----

S"0- Research Body
Of "PoingOtS~~
PJ"ofsaoii aTo Meet Soon
without ar mission Of
Pfn owt Z ency Board,
d no p Sectional commit Je of the Carib-
$ ?M D bean Research Council established
to deal with agriculture, nutrition,
M t lttIy appeal high t"fisheries, and forestry, will meet at
*accorded by His Honour W Cosmo Spring, Puerto Rico. on
kll, the Chif Justice, September i. the Information Of-
a lerie Ch g wthefeice announced yesterday.
V1wi1 7The Iormatlonuo office coMunu-
~gsutatd w< offered her by p tt
staed ticwiet t o tlue states :
ke for a cabinet the At its fourth meeting held at
g l,00WUd a- O l St. Thomas m August 194M. the
to lhave646WIw* s Anglo-American Caribbean Corn-
twaof "O nelnd the search Council as an advisory body
be ib tb p:;vidiorntesrl~ed nCerbet~me-
e las ht~ -~~h," said to the Commission. The objectives
Sjustice in concurring of the Council are to survey needs,
b sent of. Mr. Justice K. determine what research has been
5Lrown., S added "Her n- done, arrange for dissemination and
rejecting Henwood's is- exchange of the results of research,
offer of a lMrge bribe and provide for conference between re-
promptlruie in- rpoi;Ung the search workers or extension work-
ito the.authorities were in- era and recommend what further
ental In defeating his nefarl- research and co-operation should
Wsceme and bringing him to be undertaken for the benefit of
CSu." the peoples of the Ceribbean.
f Provision was made for the ap-
JSM f ? ialums pointment of sectional committees
St rial before the ma. to be established within the Re-
ts,1 tge tri a hesr e the rtd search Council to deal with special
was to get Miss China- groups or branches of research.
v e him the key was This question was also discussed at
L to read that it was mIn- the West Indian Conference recent-
to her to asubtitute cer- ly held in Barbados, when recom-
Srecords purporting to be mendations were made for the ex-
t of registeredty r gen- tesion of the work of the Research
I ones kept in the files of the Council.
WSrt Emergency' Board. A sectional committee has been
.Justle Vincent Brown ac- established to deal with agriculture,
submissilon by Mr. E. P. nutrition, fisheries and forestryand
Giat, held that alteration in the following have been appointed
71raculars of the charge was 'as members by the Anglo-American
' l made and observer' Caribbean Commission, with the
ne wcoursen would have been concurrence of the Governments
Flischarr Henwood and leave concerned:--
atter fto the prosecution Mr. K. Bartlett, Director, Maya-
they would lay a fresh guez Experimental Station, Puerto
Sbuttey ruled that Hen- Rico.
having answered the new Mr. R. L. Brooks, Conservator of
Sobjections could be en- Forests, Trinidad.
> tha e Justie, Dr. H. H. Brown, Director of Fish-
the Chief Justice series investigation In the British
West Indies.
u-triarry CURnD. Dr. C. E. Chardon, Director. In-
stitute of Tropical Research, Puer-
Sproceedings had contin- to Rico.
SSihout a preliminary Dr. E. Englund, Department of
ie the Irregulr amendment Agriculture, United States.
u *Hama would, I think, have Mr. 0. T. Faulkner, C.M.O., Prin-
.t 1^ But the effect of Sec. cipal. Imperial College of Tropical
o uirmNary Courts ordin- Agriculture, Trinidad.
No.) s) ito I trans- Dr. P. Morales Otero, Director,
m -Ue procedure immediately Institute of Tropical Mellcine,
S0 cldes to deal summar- Puerto Rico.
tb an Indictable offence. Up Dr. A. Roque. Director, Agricul-
pt- the procedure is tural Experiment Station, Rio Pie-
M Indictable offence, but dras, Puerto Rico.
provisions. relating Dr. S. J. Saint. O.B.E., Director
summary offences of Agriculture, Barbados.
When then ihe Mr. A. Upson, Director of PFor-
having P4- estry Research Institute, Puerto
e tar ,Ge t .eRIC~O.
550e ^Mr. A. J. Wakefield, CJO.. in-
o' 8hI h spe6tor, General of Agriculture,
^? S British West Indies. .. -
tJ sl Mr. V. 0. Whitbresd, Deputy
hat themre Coimmisioner of Commerce and
SIndustry, Jamaica.
1 new chae r without Dr. Chardon hast, accepted the
APtn ad ourwrent t invitation to be chairman of this
rity My e cultural committee for 1944
,W w Dr. IL Williuam has been appointed
3T TODAr A representative of the Nether-
of the Central Board lands west Indies has not yet been
Swill be held this nominated.
at 10 o' clock at the office A meeting of the committee it to
Director of Medical br- be held at Coamo Sping, Puerto
m- Rico, eommening September 1.



City Council


OW to Shortage of WateW at this time a users of water are
ted to so-operate with the City Authorities In the prevention
,5te in any form. Where waste Is observed a report should be
0* ism dsately to the Water Department at-the Town Hall i tTele.
me 4m0.)
Attention is also called to resolutions of the City Council In
dB.O With the provisions of the Port-of-Spain corporation Or-
, Ch. M NO. 1, whereby the use is prohibited of te followifg:-
1. Caren Taps.
3. Swtlauatng Baths.
&. Fountains.
4. Hoe Pipes in oonsctUon with business premlsees.
& Sprinklers.
AmW cotraveni any of thdee Regulations Is liable to a
T'hes resolutions take effect forthwith and until further

July, W

C. R. Farrell,
City gineer.


Pointe-a-Pierre Laundry Service
Shave pleaure in announcing that
thoy oees tebliehed a depot at
MOALAY, 17th JULY, 1944
5 O-A5 q'ue R OAD. a ssn FAAPO.s
aSd Cheese Sbsot) BAN VEENANDO.

I CM fl VON Ii4

Des" I"a rd.,-l-64


Mr. A. C. H. ayiess, Centrller
of Suplie, St. Vincent, whose
prlemotion to the poet of Treasur-
or of St. Lucia., was olBelally
anneuneed last week. My. Baynes.
who represented St. Vincent at
the recent five-day Supply Ot0-
rers Conference In the United
States, arrived here by 'plane last

Medical Board

Loses Appeal
Appeal of the Medical Board of
Trinidad against decision of Mr. A.
H. L. Masson, magistrate, cancelling
order of the Board that the drug-
gist licence of Alexander Ramkala-
wan be revoked was dismissed by
the Appeal Court yesterday.
The Court, upholding submis-
sions by Mr. Malcolm J. Butt for
Ramkalawan, ruled that nd appeal
could lie because the magistrate In
revoking the quasi-Judicial decision
of the Board did not make an order
against the Board within meaning
of the relevant section of the Sum-
nmry Courts Ordinance.
Judgment of Mr. Justice E. Hall-
nan with which His Honour H. W.
B. Blackall, the Chief Justice, con-
curred, ordered appeal dismissed
with costs.
At the hearing the Medical Board
was represented by Sir Lennox
O'Rellly, K.C., with whom was as-
sociated Mr. 0. 0. M. O'Relly.

South Bawdy House
Appeal Withdrawn
Theophilus Burke, advertising
agent of San Fernando, after lodg-
ing appeal against conviction and
sentence of one year imposed on
him by Mr, W. J. Andre, at San
Fernando last year. for keeping a
bawdy house, yesterday withdrew
the appeal.
Prosecution followed a raid car-
ried out by Sub-Inspector St. Louis
and party on certain premises at
Polnte-a-Pierre Road which were
occupied by him some time in the
month of July last year.

The Time-tabl adverti
lSt s new asmeaded.
A revised schedule wIl
Barbkd., and the Windw
All eaumengr kindly
rservation re-allotment.
Britslak West ludi


Tacarigua Local
Road Board
In ard .nmse *th Section N
(I) and M of the Roads Ordinance
haptee 6 Mi L st is hereby Iots.
led that the AWNUAL 0LECTIO;
of the a)-ve wrd will be held be-
twean Ue hemn of Jn. mnd 11
noon and between 2 d 6 pm.
of niturada =t Wr *4At tue
Minwtc satato~ns:J-W
The Warden's O ec.-Tunapuna
The Warden's Ofce.-Arouca
Th7U Qoesmeut BshmsO- St
fi the puase of.Aling the seats
t two Aembejis out of omcm
Oed~m~faNee tlo. must
i" sevna (T) elar day
ItMe n rttin to the Chairma
the Board before the day of


Beaten Ld Gets Appeal Court

Order Police men's Conviction

Satlidad that Intjuries ssffed by ordo fboob,, a Curepe
youth, had been inflicted on him while In police custody at the St.
Joseph Polnt Station, the Appeal OouNI ewmpiing His Honour U W.
B. BUlackall, the Chief Justice, and Mr. Justice J. L. M. Pares, yester-
day allowed, with osets, his appeal against decision of Mr. Keith
Gordon, then Magistrate of Tpunapun&, acquitting three policemen -
Sergeant Victor Pierre, Lance-corpl. John Balky and Constable Aid-
wyn Parker-- on a charge of assaulting him.
The Court ordered remissioC of *------- ----'-------
the case to Mr. Oordon with in- th ree policemen and choked
atructions to convict the policemen by one of them
andimpose such sentence a to He was brought before the mag-
eems fit. Istrate on the Monday with a num-
There was ample evidence, the ber of other prisoners, formally
Court found, to support Baboolal-s charged and remanded in custody.
complaint that he was taken in He w*as released on ball on Tuesday
custody to the station on Saturday, and that evening was examined by
July 15, 1943. on a charge of rob- Dr. Rameaswar, acting D.M.O.,
bery with violence and on the foa- Tacarigua.
lowing morning, because he would In his reasons for his decision.
not make a statement, was beaten the magistrate stated that he had
...- dismissed the charge because Ba-
Sboolal's story, demeanour and past
record did not justify the court in
B ad Behaviour believing his word in preference to
that of the three police officers.
S' Further, the tfact that he did not
| C iity 9 llC make any complaint to the court
on the Monday was strongly sug-
O1 l y over, the medical evidence did not
Cond e ~exclude the possibility of the in-
Juries having occurred before his
Adoption of strong measures by arrest or after his release on trial.
'bus inspectors to stop bad behavi-. Dealing with the first point, the
our on 'buses was urged by Mr. Appeal Court declared that It was -
Andre in the First Police Court satisfied that Baboolal did not have
yesterday when he convicted and a reasonable opportunity of making
fined William Oreene $5 for dis- a complaint.
orderly behaviour on a 'bus, and s regards the other point, it was
ordered him to pay $9.36 costs and never suggested by the defence that
compensation for assaulting Rural the injuries occurred after Baboolal
Constable Supervllle In the execu- was released. The line of cross-
tion of his duty. examination was a suggestion that
they might have been inflicted on
"This is not a case for punish- the Saturday prior to the arrest.
ment by fine." declared Mr. W. J. Had that been the case. however,
Andre in the First Police Court the Injuries would have been quite
yesterday in reply to a plea by Mr. fresh and must have been noticed
Mitra 0. Sinanan for a fine and by the police. They had stated in
compensation for Milton Mason and evidence that they saw no injuries
Norbert Thomas who pleaded gull- whatever on him, and it was there-
ty to accusations of assaulting Es- fore difficult to resist the conclu-
tate Constable Beckles and disor- sion that the injuries were inflicted
derly behaviour, while he was at the station.
Mason was sentenced to seven The Court declared itself Im-
months' imprisonment and Thomas pressed by the evidence of Lenricke
to three months. Tho s In custody at the same
time as Baboolal. who stated:
Pleading geuUty to an accusation "When he (Baboolal came back
of assaulting Andrew Montectier, he went to the bucket of water and
Anesta Elliott was sent to prison rubbed some on his arm. I saw a
for three months. On an accusa- mark on the left arm, it was swol-
tion of leaving broken bottle on len. He was crying."
the pavement to the danger of per- "The very moderation of this
sons she was sentenced to 30 days' witness' evidence impresses us." the
Imprisonment. Court stated, "for if lie was deter-
Elliott, it was disclosed, struck mined to help his fellow-prisoner
and cut Montecier with a piece of at all costs, one would have expect-
broken bottle, ed him to have embellished his P,
story by pretending that he had O
Accepting submission by Mr. H. actually seen Baboolal being B
0. B. Wooding that although his beaten."
client. Neta Savoury, used her own The court declared itself "always
premises for an immoral purpose, loth to disturb the findings of a
she did not permit ,others to use magistrate on a question of fact.
the house for the same purpose, but added that in a proper case It
Mr. Andre ordered her to sign a could not shrink from doing so, if
bond in $50 to keep the peace and on full consideration it came to the
to come up for sentence If called conclusion that the Judgment was
upon within two years. wrong. -" sy Mr
Carmin Modeste who was accused The appeal was argued by Mr.
of sslstiner her was placed on a M& colmn Butt, while Mr. A. C.
similar bond. it, nri appeared for the respond-
=, Borough of Son Fernando


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JOTIrC UE arrears of Bouse and Water
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