Group Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica)
Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica). June 17, 1977.
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Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica). June 17, 1977.
Uniform Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica).
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Language: English
Publication Date: June 17, 1977
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"CC1 MO1WEiALTH SUMMIT" A ST'CC7,SS
British Westin.ian leaders spoke
and acted exceedingly well at tfa
recently concluded Commonwealth
Hgads of Government Conference in
London, Michael lantey and Tom
Adams, sons of famous fathers,being'
outstanding.
The Conference settled several
troubling issues. They pledged to
"combat the evil of Apartheid" by
barring all sporting contacts with
South Africa (New Zealand gave in)
and everybody can look forward now
to the Commonwealth Games in Cana-
da next year, and to the Austral-
ian cricket tour in 1978. In the
case of Belize/Guatemala, an 8-land
committee includes Jamaica,Ggyana
and Barbados. All save 3 members
(see p.2) condemned President Idi
Amin of Uganda for "sustained dis-
regard ffr the sanctity of life",
and looked forward to the day when
the people of Uganda would be free
of opression. British Prime Mini-
ster James Ca!aghan warmly praised
his Commonwealth colleagues; and
Mr.Alister McIntyre's paper on


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PATRICK JOHN & COmITTEE OF 24
Dominica's Premier, who has al-
ready been promised Independence
by Britain, has been talking to
the heavily Soviet-influenced
U.N.Committee.of 24, the one which
Gairy consulted before Grenadian
Independence. But this Committee
has said it will only press for
independence if they are satisfied
and sure that the people of the
"suing country" really want it.
What evidence can P.J.give them?
And we wonder if the Committee
has read the Duffus Report on
Grenada'. A correspondent writes:
"Nobody will want a knighthood
now that the Queen has lighted
Gairy..."
"!iNE LEGENDE (VRAIE) VA DISPARAITEE"
Under this headinp,Prance Antilles
tells that the secret of the Swiss
Banks and their numbered accounts
which permit easy evasion of for-
eign capital and fraudulently ac-
quired sums is being forbidden by
a recent convention of Bankers.
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"the bridging of the poor-rich gap" BBC LOOKS AT WEST INDIANS
brought him an offer to join the IN BRITAIN
United Nations Trade, Agriculture Some 1,750,000 black and coloured
and Development Organisation. people live in Britain today.
-any come from the West Indies.
- AND AT THE 0.A.S.YEETING,Grenada How do they fare in Employment,
This gathering of. "American States" education and housing? What are
did not arrive at such clear-cut their relations with their neigh-
decisions; although even those bours and the authorities? Listen
countries which persecute their,. to BLACK BRITISH,WHITE BRITISH -
own people came out in favour of 9 15-min.programmes; the first
human rights. We are waiting to starts on Sun1Jy 3 at 11.15 pm
hear from Alister Haghes. The, -via the new relay station,Antigua,
two most troublesome topics were and other frequencies. Also on
Guatemala's verbal attack on Be- Thursday July 7 at 7.15 a.m.
lize; and Bblivia's complaint on The series includes Housing &Home
access to the sea.U.S. Secretary Life, Getting a Job, Blacks and
of State for Foreign Affairs,Cy- Education, Blacks and the Police
rus Vance, was present there and Racial Extremists, the Latest Leg-
addressed the over 1,000 delegates. isolation, The Generation Gap and
MORE T BE IN SOUTH AFRICA : The Future Peace or Strife?
In Soweto, during the anniversary The programmes go through to
of last year's riots, police shot September 1st.
at African crowds. Nine injured, to.They should be worth listening


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Page Six


THE STAR


Friday, June 17, 1977


BAH A'I IN F 0 R M AT I 0 HEAD Q'TT A R T E R S
Castle Street, across from Dominica Electricity
Open daily 3 to 9 p.m. Phones 2269, 1235
Baha'i books available at PAPERBACYS

.:,.. : PAP-IfSHOW COUNTRY -Hugh Lawr.ence- -tt.
ST.A,.TS..,P.,ORT,,S-Morchriston trved o, e n-
CRICET: Dominica Whs Grenada wen tey arrived roi le n-
Srenada stitutional talks in retain.
Kaleb Laurent graciously bowed Thataparticular Monday has been
out of representative cricket written doarcular Monday nas
when he fittingly led Dominica to tory a 'all fools Do y' nae poo
a massive 336-run victory over tory as 'all fools daylThe poor
a massive 336-run victory over innocent schoolchildren and their
Grenada at Windsor Park last week. tnocent schoolchildren andctheir
b teachers were obliged or compel-
Norbert Phillip,who suffered an led to tae pa uner a blazing
injury in the first match versus led to tae part unr a blazing
St.:Lucia did not play then, and sun, and kept waitinB for two
Sti a dino play then, n hours, while others who played
Laurent, who had announced his ho w e ther o ae
etiment after te Grenadam as real fools took to the streets
retirement after the GrenadaAC0ch,
for ajump-up, some on trucks,and
honourably led the side in a one- sore serving as wasteper bask
sided affair. Laurent won the toss some serving on them there basfol
for Dominica and elected to bat. I
Batsmen found the going tough but neenence o
managed a respectable 269. Main a pappyshow country I.L.
contributors: L.Sebastien 53, T. SCHOOL VACATIOIN 7T~ BI i iG VACA-
Bertrand 39,GWalsh 36,G.3hilling- TION SCCBOLI by May Christian
ford 30, J.C.Lawrence 21t and "0C. For the past fow surmmers Iive
Elurin 23. Gren.Skipper A.DeBellot been trying on the netospapers to
tor -5/73 of 22.3 overs;C.Duncan draw attention to the need for a
2/52,F.Frederick 2/52. ACATION 3CIHOOL or C0o1: Yo' here in
Grenada in their turn at the Dominica. Perhaps it is still to
crease found the going especially come. 11ho can tell?
difficult and could muster only Freedom from classroom studies
106 runs.r .Croney (opener) 27 in must not mean idleness and liberty
just under 2 hours and O.Clovey32. to do wrong. Rather, it should be
T. .Kentish 3/11,D.Abrahua 2/09 and an occasion to learn to be sublime
.E Kaurent 2/15. Laurent did not and in a new atmosphere. Am I
enforce the follow-onand declar- wrong?
F ed Domi.nicats innings closed on
S2!1.5 for 7. Sebastien 97 & Elwin ST -.SPO ,: ,- T E SE T C !Z I C K T
S63 put on 135 for the 3rd wicket The Jubilee test match between
m-w he Sebastien w-as dismissed-total Australia & England started at
on 191. Pour quick wickets follow- Lord's yesterday,1iike Brearly cap-
ed the last 5 actually falling training England in place of Tony
for 41 runs before the declaration. Grieg(who was stri-ped of the cap-
DeBellote 2/26 & K.Hobson 2/32.* taincy by the English selectors
Grenada crumbled for 72 runs in because of his involvement in Aus-
Stheir 2nd innings: ~K.Hobson 31 n.o. tralian Tycoon I.erry Parker's cir-
3 Laurent 3/31 and Boniface Xavier cus series) won the toss and el-
n2/06. W-i DOMINICA started ected to bat. Presstime score:-
Stheir third and final match against In reply to England's 216 all ou4
3 St. Vmcent at Arnos Vale this Australia had scored 51/1 on the
morning. Score at press-time: St. da when bad light stoppedpff
,Vincent All Out for 42, .& ~:- i NEWSBRIEFS: DominicaIs Guild of
St.Lucia earned a narrow-run Graduates plans a major public pEam
u victory over St.Vincent at Victor- el on the theme :Paths for Indep-
ia Park.Scores: St.Lucia 2149& 207. endent Dominica:Socialism or Capi-
a-St.Vincent 194 and 21[8. *9w talism" June 29th.Details later.
Grenada goes to St.Lucia for their BAIRBADOS played host to nearly of
'final match which starts todai (Nxt nCo Io 0 In ~ ori atsrm la p .
THE CAT IS PUT IN CHARGE OF THE MI1-: $1 each te the oow-
prizewinners 1. Patrick has left Dominica for Miss Charls t o.0ap up.
2.A man who misinterprets the law is put in charge of OUR laws.
3. Government has given RAND BAY over to Rosie Douglas.(Winners tQacll
Erintee d& 1 d .y phe fhietoa R.E.Allfrey of Copt Hall Mill
House at 2 a 1 os &, ominas West Indies.


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