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Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica). December 16, 1977.
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g E RCH INSTITUI
B -E STUDY OF MAN
162 EAST 78 STREET
.M. YORK 21. N. Y,


Telephone Editor 2610
UK Media Representativf
Colin Turner(Lndodon)Ltc
122 Shaftesbury Avenue
LLondon WIV 8VA England


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Srt o. Christmas
Vi Drtute Dtce Coite Forthn a_ pages


Vol. V 1j,__L23s Sha.ndD eb. 17 F'en ten
Vol. 'XXV. 110,22 December16i 1977 Pifteen d;ts


BOIL .YOUR -.DRMNKING WATER,
Citizens of 'Dominica.
THERE IS TYPHOID IN THIS -ISLAM)
Some of you may have heard over
Radio Big A that a Trinidad.Doctor
had stated that there.;was an out-
break, f typhoid in two Dominican
villages. We can tell you where :
Cpulibistrie and Dublanc. He said
there were 19 cases; earlier we had
heard of 25, and of two deaths.
The Government has not released
any precautionary instructions to
the populace; doubtless for fear of
worrying potential tourists. But
we say that :typhoid is a'killer and
a serious disease, and. feel it ~ -
duty to tell/what we know.
There is, to our knowledge, no
anti-typhoid vaccine in Dominica.
The outbreak started in Coulibis-
trie, We understand that there has
only been one Roseau case.
All we hear is that "public health
measures are being considered"; but
we also heard that an employe,at a
water plant was one of the afflicted.
May we suggest these simple precau-
tiens:- boil all your drinking
water.. Wash your hands, and see
that your children wash their hands,
especially after going to the toilet
or lavatory. Guard all your food
against flies. Boil all fresh milk.
Typhoid is nothing new to Domin-
ice. In fact,. there ,re said to be
' few cases every year." But now,
in the Christmas season, when people
become a littlecaerefree, it is time
to take a little more care -- for
your health's sake.
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"CHRISTMAS JOY" 'at' thQ Anglican
Church: BNSE CON.TRITY CHOIR
You may remember,that Bense
won the National'Competition for
the best choir in D;opinlica. The
conductor of this: choi. is a,
remarkably poised, confident and
competent 1.-year-oldl.
On Tuesday, December 20, at
5 p.m. (with guest artists also)
this choir will perform at The
Anglican Church, Roseau.. The .tic-
kets cost only $2.00, and al!. pro-
ceeds go to the Leper Nome.

ANOTHER .WONDORL LADY .IS- DEAD
"Almost a Saint";
The death occurred this week of
Miss Winnie Royer :of virgin Lane,
who was. described to us'in the
above words .by .a close relative.
Miss Winnie wasa ..sister of Lady
Cools-Lartigue and of the late
Mrs. Ralph E.A.Nicholls; she
leaves to mourn her irreplaceable
loss another sister, Miss Eslie,
a brother, Mr. Ninian Royer, and
many grieving nephews and nieces.
This lady'was kind and charit-
able in all her.ways. She helped
many people and gave them both
spiritual and practical aid. All
those who were frequent visitors
to the Cathedral, her sanctum,
knew.her well, Her death at age 81
has bereaved the Royer and Nicholls
family of a second notable charac-
ter within the space of one ^:i ',

DOUGLAS MANLEY DTPFEDS CUBAN DOCTORS
The Minister of Health Jamaica spoke
out today against detractors of Dubal
Doctors, backed by WHO statements.


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Pag Ne- THE STA Friday Teei- 1-, 1971 ~ --


SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE R.E.A.
One of the pleasures of this Christ-
mas season was the concert at the
Convent High school auditorium in
aid of the Infirmary, Some 200 tic-
kets were sold but about 50 of the
buyers thought, better of going out
on a blustering wet Friday night --
and missed a great treat.
The major classical part of the
concert was ably carried by the
Woodwind Quintet (Leader Deborah
Dutton, flute, with Cecil Bellnt,
flute, Clay Weekes, trumpet, Eustace
Butler and Herman Daway, clarinets.
Carmel Agar's repertoire of songs
ranging from Mozar& through Godard
and a spiritual topop, received the
most applause whilst Graham Jones'
baritoneboomed out the Edwardian
lovesong "Because" and "Mary had a
Baby."
I found my greatest pleasure in a
duet played by Leng Sorhaindo (piano)'
and Deberah Dutton (flute) -Handel's
Sonata No. 1. This was a true tour
de force. The Woodwind QuintetTop-
ened the concert with an arrangement
of Haydn's Andante movement from the,
"Surprise" symphony, then another
Haydn piece and, (very successful) a
Mozart Divertimento. After' the in-
termission a modern Divertimento by
Alan Hovhaness intrigued with an
esoteric prelude, a strictly executed
Canon and a charming and interesting
Aria.
The concert ended with the Quintet
accompanying the audience in a terri-
fic burst of carol singing.
Education Minister Christian hum-
orously compared the concert at a
moment's notice and it seems that the
infirmary inmates should have a fine
Christmas thanks to the organising
powers of several imaginative and
dedicated ladies, one of whom appeal-
ed to the audience to visit the Infir-
mary and see how things were there.


MASSA DAY DOt? IMPOSSIBLE'.
These three words are some-
times used in the House of Assem-
bly and otherwise by our leaders
of the State.
I am not at all competent to
expound or interpret the holy
scriptures as some of them who use
the scriptures pretty often;they
seem ready at any time to lay down
their uniform and put on some kind
of priestly robe.
I would like at this stage if
you will permit me to quote two
verses from the Book of Titus:
"Exhort servants to be obedient
to their masters in all things
pleasing, not gainsaying, not de-
frauding, but in all things shew-
ing good fidelity that they may
adorn the doctrine of God our
Saviour in all things".
SWe shall never cease to be call-
ed servants, for we are bound to
serve our masters and our neigh-
bours.
bours. HUGH LAWRENTCE.

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President Sadat: A SEPARATE PEACE?
President Carter has invited both
Mr. Begin and now President Sadat,
the two peacemakers, to Washington.
It is obvious that the U.S. Chief
is backing their pacific moves,
An article in Swiss Press Review by
Peter Sager tells us:-
"President Sadat of Egypt went to
Israel to try to find the basis for
a solution to the whole Arab-Israel
conflict. He stated repeatedly
that to him a fair answer to the
Palestine problem was as important,
if not more so, than the question
of Egypt's own lost territories.
This was still his point of view
when he reported to the Egyptian
Parliament and when he invited all
the confrontation states to Cairo.
(Continued page 3)


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Friday, December 16, -1977 T HE S T A R Page Three

President Sadat ;. A SEPARATE PEACE (from page two)
Now it transpires that the other confrontation states are reluctant to
join him. Not just one of them all of them. Sadat still looks for a
programme for a comprehensive solution to the conflict; but in the ab-
sence of his Arab partners it looks daily more impracticable. He cannot
negotiate alone on Palestinian matters, whether they are considered to
be under the-aegi's of the Palestine Liberation Organisation or of Jordan.
And he must feel that he might have expected better from the latter,
since it was King Hussein who led the way in meeting face-to-face with
Israeli leaders, albeit without fanfare.

There is a serious possibility that in the end President Sadat will
have to settle for a solution of his own piece of the Arab-Israel con-
flict. The Israelis are certainly ready to restore Sinai to him. They
have put hard conditions on this transfer in the past, but there have
been no real negotiations, and nobody knows what concessions they will
bring forward until meaningful talks start. The important thing. to
underline at this time is that if Sadat makes a separate peace, this
will be because it has been forced upon him not by Israel, but byhis
Arab brothers."
Christmas being traditionally the time of peace, millions of people
throughout the world who are neither Israelis nor Arabs, are praying and
hoping that Sadat's brave endeavouis will calm the latent hostFlity.


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Page Four T H E S T A R Friday, December 16, 1977
STATE:f 0' DOMI CA '" SCHEDULE FOR WEEK ENDING DEC 17 ctd
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT CEDE FOR EEG DE
Schedule of Application for Certifi-I request da- Cyrille Request for
cate of Title and Noting there on or ted 10thNov-INelson the issue of
Caveat for week ending 17th Dec.1977 ember 1977. by his a First Cert-
e 1977. b his


Date of Person Nature of Reques
Request 'Presenting whether for Cer-
tifica~e of Title or Noting thereon
'or Caveat \
Request da- 1Tiver R'equest for the
'ted 20th Charles .issue of aFirst
July 1977 by his Certificate of
Presented Solici- Title in res-
12th Dec- tor Cil- pect of a por-
ember 1977 ma A.M. tion of landeat
at 310. pm Dupit y Weirs Marigot
in the Parish
of St.Andrew in the State of Domin.
ica containing 5566 square feet and
and bounded as follows:- North :
by land of heirs of Emilie Younger;
East; by land of Felix James;South:
by a public rtdnseparating it from
land of NahnY u/P.erre; West: byheirs
of Emilia Younger.
Request da- V6 na3le~ e iRe st. ffo.
ted 6th Sep- Thomas by the issue
member 1977, her Solic- of a First
Presented itor Cilma Certificati
12th Decem- A.M.Dupigny of Title ii
ber, 1977 respect of
at 3.20 pm. portion
of land at HautSougandere,in the
Parish of St.Joseph,in the State of
Dominica, containing 1500 square ft
and bounded as follows:-
North by Haut Bougandere; South by
an Access Road; West' by land of.
Joseph Pierre; East: by Haut Boug-"
andere.
Request da- Paul John Request
ted 25thNov- & VeroniLque for the
ember 1977. John asjdLnt issue of a
Presented tenants by First Cer
12th Decem- their Solic- tificate
ber 1977 itor Cilma of Title
at 3.35 pmA. A _.DUpigu in respect
of a portion of land known as a Lot
at Tete'Morne,in the Parish of St.
Patrick, in the State of Dominica,
containing 22863 square feet and
bounded as follows:- North by land
of the Government of Dominica; East
by lands of Chipy Benoit and Burm-
ingham Casimir;South by land of Bur-
in Alexander; West by land of Eliza.
eth Watt.


Presented Solici- ificate of


u


12th Decem- tor Uil- 'Title in res-
ber 1977' ma A.M. pect of a pox-
at 3,0 p. Dupigny tion of land
known as a Lot at Pori smouth,in the
Parish of S-t,John, in the State of
Dominica, containing 1828 square ft
and bouded as foows:- North by
and o eanne Mathew and Jane
Charles; South by land of Cecil Sev-
erin and Eugie Augustine; East by
Rodney Street; West by land of Mar-
garet Nelson,


Request da- Diana Request for
ted 22nd Fontaine the issue of
July 1977. by her a First Cer-
Presented Solici- tificate of
14th Dec- tor Vaaya Title inres-
ember 1977 Dupigny pect of apcr-
at 2.11 p tion of land
known s a lot t Gan d Fond in the
Parish of St. David, containing
0,298 acres, and bounded as follows:
North: A Public Road separating it
from Crown land; East: Land of Thomas
Fontaine; South: Land of Masley Fon-
taine; West: Lands of Mable Hector
and Oxcilia Polidore.


REGISTRARS OFF
ROSEAU


'ICE, Ephraim F
Georges,
Registrar of Titles


OTE:
Any'person who .desires to
object to the issuing of a Certi-
ficate of Title on the above Applio-
ations may enter a Caveat in the
above office within six weeks from
the date of the first appearance
of these Schedules in the STAR news
aper published in this State or
from the date when the Notice pre-
scribed by law was last served on
any occupant of adjoining lands in
respect of which these Applications
ere made.


CHRISTMAS IS NEARLY IiERE.
WE SEND GOOD WISHES TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS, READERS AND ADVERTISERS,


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Friday.December 16 1977 T HE


ST 0 T. I C E


DOMPTICA TELEPHONES WISHES TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT,
FOLLOWING THE EXAMTNATION AYTD APPROVAL BY THE PUBLIC
UTILITIES COMMISSION OF A REQTUST FOR INCREASE TR RATES
TO BE FIXED IR ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE
PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION ACT No. 28 OF 1972, THE
FOLLOWING RATES FOR TELEPHONE R'E i V.LS AND CALL FEES
WILL BE EFFECTIVE IN TWO ST: .'I;S CO ~ECING 1ST JANUARY
1978 and 1ST OCTOBER 1978 tN':., OTHERWISE DETERVITED
BY THE, PUBLIC UTIYITIS CO~MjSSION BEFORE THAT DATE.


ST A 1


STAGE II


NORMAL LINES
R s idJ.'r ti alI
Govec:- :'ent &
Business


$1083 )8 p.8.

$273.12 p.a.


LINE CONNECTOR LIVES


Residential
Government &
Business

Free Call Allowanc
Call Fee


* '$18.8J. p.e.

$29.o00 Ep.a.

e 20 units monthly
U14 per unit


$132.00 p.a.

$362.-0'. p.a.


$132.00 p.a.

$362.Z0 p.a.

20 units monthly
180 per unit


Subscribers dialling from coiiboxes need no longer go
through "0". On insertion of 20 cents subscribers can
now dial direct any number within Dominica. *

Installation, transfer.and re-connectign fees will be
announced later,

-.; FORBES,
MANAGER.



This arrangement is on a three months trial basis


ir- -w~cr ~ -~ ~4 'I',


Pape Pive


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W O R L D N E W S

)In what could be the costliest tanker disaster in history, two
huge Liberian supertankers, one loaded with oil and the other empty,
colited off Port Elizabeth,South Africa. Both vessels were lost.
Each parried JO.-men,-and of the total 80 only two are missing the
survivors having been picked up by nearby ships.
CThe son of the Greek-Cyprus Premier, Achilles Kipriano aged 21,
was kidnapped yesterday and his abductors threatened tC kill him if
all political (Eoka) prisoners were not free& by today. The Greek-
Cypriot Cabinet met to discuss Lieutenant Kipriano's fate.
t3In Washington, Dominica's Minister of Finance with Mr.Alec Lazare
(Fin4Sec.) and Mr. Jim Finucene economic adviser attended a meeting
of World Bank representatives with Developing Countries' representat-
ives, Mr. Riviere spoke to Mr. Andrew Young and the U.S.President's
wife"Mrs. Rosalyn Carter.
D The wreckage of a Piper Apache aircraft which disappeared in the
sea off St.Vincent was located by sona lest week and the position
marked by a buoy by the British frigate who found it. However,divers
who went down 2. hours later found no sign of the wreck & the bodies.


THE STAR Friday,December 16, 1977


Pase Six





request da- to6Flon- -elies~ -r T 13th December, 1977
Sted 28th Mingo issue ofa First ------ ----
_October 1976 by his Certificate of BAPTISM OF PRINCESS ANNEIS SON
4Presented Solic- Title in res- This will take e p in Buckingham
130th Nov- itors pect of a por- Palace on Thursday 22ndi ecember-:it
ember 1977 'Armour, tion of land at the Archbishop of Canterbury officia-
at 2.5 pm. Armour, Tranto in the ting. The baby will be named Peter
Harris and Lockhart Parish of St. (after Capt.Phillips' father), Mark,
Daid containing 1.9 acres and and Andrew (after the Qubenls second
bounded as follows:- North: Land of son)
!Ralph Joseph; East: land of Mrs. ---
Branch Laudat and Morsenton Graham; AIMED CESAIRE TO BE PRESIDENT OF THE
,South: land of Morsengton Graham; WORLD FESTIVAL OF INEERO ARTS
West: land*of Mrs. Branch Laudat which will take place in a yet-un-
and Cyril Graham. named African town in 1981. The last
SHI LE O.0 -GD .1 7177festival was held in Lagos,Nigeria.
Request da- ifre euest for --------
ted 4th Nov- James by the issue of (REGISTRARS OFFICE, Ephraim F.Georges
ember, 1977 her Sol- a First Cert- ROSEAU Registrar of Titles.
Presented icitor ificate of '
13th Dec- Ynya Title in res-NOTE Any person who desires to ob-
lembeir 1977 Dupigny pect of a po, -ct to the issuing of a Certificate
eat 2.48 pm tion of land jof Title on the above Applications
IEnown s a Ylot at f2'- ack, Portsmoutbhmay enter a Caveat in the, above off-
in the Parish of St. John, in the ice within six weeks from the date
iState of Dominica, containing 2420 of the first appearance of these
square feet, and bounded as follows: Schedules in the STAR News paper
North:Land of Ryves Lockhart; East: published in this State or from the
Land of Ryves Lockhart; South: Land date when the Notice prescribed by
of Ryves Lockhart; West:Rollo Street 1law was last served on any occupant
separating it from lands of Audale of adjoining lands in respect of
Laville and Virginia .Sulivan, which these Applications were made.


Fridga, Deember 16. 1977 T HE S T AR Page fie w
...... .... ...... :_ -, -------- --. ; -.-. -.. -.- .- ..,. ... .. ._. '. .
STATE OPF DOMINICA DOI'mNICA BAN). i G.0'i 23 A3LOCiAtll0
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
Schedule of Application for Certifi- -- -
cate of Title and Noting there ono- Th.e-Domitica Banana Growers Assoc-
Caveat for week enSing:3rd Dec,197.7' iation wishes to inform its members,
ate of. Person "Nature of banana growers and all other inter-
Date o Persn N re ofReq. ested persons that as from Monday,
Request Present ing whether for Cer 2nd January 1978, its offices at
tiicate of itle or, Noting thereon Roseau and Portsmouth wl s work a
or Caveqss dat -- five (5) day week
Request da- Zeus request Lor the
ted llth Jolly issue of a First The normal hours of work shall be
Decemberl974 byhis iCertificate of as follows:
Presented S6UOc- c title in respect Monay 80 a.m to 1 00
29th Novem- itors -of a portion of Mondays 8 a.m. to 1.00 p.
ber 1977'at Armour;,land at Laudat and 2.00 p.m. to 5C p..
2,3 p.m, Armourt in the Parish Tuesdays &
Harris and Lockhart of 3t.George Wednesdays 8.30 a.m. to Jo00 pom.
acont ini 7936 square feet and and 2.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.
'bounded as follows:- North by a road
Separating it from land of Cyril Thursdays & .
iRolle; South: by land of Alford Fridays 8.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
Rolle; East: by a road separating and 2.00 pim. to 5.00 p.m.
it from land of Cynthia Dalrymple T.C.IRISH1
West: by land of Fermpo-lgt Rnl h- 1rNi. Ar." M&ANA.iER.







Page Eigh THE STAR Pridlv_ flerPmb~r 1; 1077


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fractured by a bouncer from Andy ----- '
Roberts. Roberts 3/48, Garner 3/55. ~ A*R*S *RT.S continued
Packers gate receipts improved to- FOOTBALL: Kensborough United players
7,520 still a poorp gate however, Roy Murphy (2) and Cecil "Sharpie"
wT. '334qsr j Pyz s Ti. Elwin got Dominica's goals in the 1st
FOOTBALL: Dominica Bests Guadeloiupe match and Spartanites Jeffrey Law-
SThe 1977 football season can be rence and Joffre Faustin scored in 2nd
considered over with the showing Incidentally, there were blatant dis-
off of. the two matches between the plays of non-sportsmanship by the
Dominica State Team and a Selection Frenchmen, who on most occasions dis-
Team from Pointe a Pitre,Guadeloupe agreed with the referee. This brought
last weekend at Windsor Park, to mind certain incidents where French
Repeated abandonments and postpon- teams played locally (at Windsor Park,
ments from outside teams eventually DGS Grounds or New Town Savannah ov-
took on a positive aspect after two er the last 3 years. The French al-
months of trying, when the Guade3xpe ways seemed to resent the referee's
team came. authority, A match at DGS grounds had
Dominica's team, which ceased pac- to be blown off earlier than planned,
tices some 2 weeks previously, was On another occasion at Windsor Park
not at its best. Always fighting the French Weam staged a walkout.
from behind, they won 3-2'in the 1st BASKETBALL: Match Off
match on Saturday Dec,13, and man- T e v b
aged to snatch a 2-all draw the fol- The expected visit by the Martin-
lowing day in a match 10 minutes ique Selection Team last weekend was
short, due to early darkness at this called-off.
time of the year. (Ctd. next col.) A phone call to the Basketball
time ----.) Association said the Teai could not
Prin-tFe &1rblisedbby th Proprietoi tour at this time.
Robert E.Allfrey of Mill House Copt -
Hall, at 26 Bath Rd.Roseau,Domlnica West Indies.
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S@T*AS-RS-5P-;:-;ReTSs -Morchrist on'
CRICKET: This week, there is prolif-
eratioh of firstclass cricket, es-
pecially in the Test arena.
Already, England on their tour of
Pakistan and New Zealand (in that
order) commenced their first Test
Match against Pakistan at the Gad-
affi Stadium. Pakistan scored 375
for 6 at the end of the second day's
play, M. Nezer 114, Haroun Raschid
124. A riot started when Nezer was'
at 99. The crowd invaded the pitch,
fought the Police, and were only
finally calmed by arrival of the
Military*Score 407/9 declared.
14dia and Australia started their
2nd Test Match at Perth with Austra-
lia having.notched up 1-nil at Bris-
bane in the 5-match series. Score :
India: 329 for 7.
The Packer series also features
as the West Indies clash with Aus-
tralia for the second time in the
Kerry Packer super series at Sidney*
Scores: Australia 251 all ot;Hookvs
$1 retired badly hurt jaw twice


IT'S CHRISTMAS TIME LOOK OUT
FOR ROBBERS
Thieves armed with a cutlass-hoke
into-Eric's Baklery, Goodwill, and
stole $119. A quantity of paint
was also stolen from a depot of
.HH.V.Whitchurch.

AUSTRALIA: Prime Minister Fraser
won by a tremendous majority the
recent general election in Australia
Labour Leader Gough Whitlam resign-
ed his leadership of the Party
forthwith.

TWO C.S.A. TOPICS: extension of the
School Year by two weeks without
consultation with teachers --- and
back pay for non-established workers
will be talked out again tomorrow.

OPENING HOURS: Stores are permitted
to remain open from Tuesday next
until 6 p.m. Workers staying over-
time are to receive 13 times their
usual wages.


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