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Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica). February 3, 1978.
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Telephone Editor 2610 COLONEL
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Vol. XXVI Noi P Friday, February 3, 1978 tee cents
Edit.,r Phyllis Shand Allfrqe TMR TY o M.. .

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We have been saying that this will
be a peaceful and happy-Carnival.
Since then, Government declared a
censorship :n the Calypso contes-
tants; they replied by forming their
own association, getting sponsors
to help them in a competition, and
are tonight holding their finals.
We are in no doubt that Govern-
ments censure is because most of the
calypsoes, and certainly the best
ones, are not in favour of the rul-
ing party. They have kept those
lyrics off the air. It remain to
be seen who will be the victors.
In the meanwhile, all,sorts .Df
cfrr.ival queen and princess compet-
itions have been going on; young---
Paula Larocque won the Teen Age 9on-
test; she is a student at Goodwill
junior High School. Pearlie Anthony
lt adjudged "Miss Carnival Loubiere";
there have been contests at Laudat,
rafalgar, and all -5ver the State.
Special" orchestra won the Bands
o:mpetitin. Apparently the tune of
Kitchener's "Sugar Bumbum" was used
in the trials, And tpnight at the
rawak Minems, the Calypso King will
5e chosen out of nine finalists.
Will listeners be able t6 hear
Zhas important crttest? Why not?

ifESBRIPS: Five butch children are
111 Wi~~T mercury poisoning after
ao+,inV 1 r' l 1Y % \

That's what they say, so far. But
we are fundamentally, interested in
this strike. The PRO 6f the Air-
!lines involved is Capt. Henry Pid-
duck, son of a Dominican woman and
the one-time headmaster of D.G.S.
He has stated on behalf of his col-
leagues that "we are prepared to gg
o prison rather than give in".
The matter concerns the laying-
off of Captain Ernandes, 51, because
of a spell of drinking; and offering
him a ground job at half his salary,
The Pilots say that ev4 4if Ernan-
*dez is not put back in 'the air, he
should have his old salary. Today
the airlines men hope to -get into
Parliament ... Meanwhile Trinidad's
4iris-t-flBw for carnival is affected.

The green market price for Windward
Island Bananas has increased by 5
from 210 t9215 per ton. as from r0
January 1978. Although the price
payable to growers is 13.10 per lb,
the Management Committee has decid-
ed to continue t-o support the price -
oDnsequently, those growers who del-
iver their bananas at boxing plants
will be paid 13.250 per lb. Growers
who earn sleeping and dehanding bon-
uses will receive an extra 0 per
Ib, so that in total the grower can
earn 1U cents per lb.

TI~Fie- ich tranc has faTI en---a~ e--I- LTN statement: we are amazed that
prospects n a Let victory. Parry Bellot has said he supports
President Sadat: "The IS holds r99 c 'Ter John's sackign t w v't GoGit,
the cards in the Mid6le East..." ,

Page Two T H E S T A R ,Friday, February 3, 1978

The Second Discussion on DOMINICA: FUTURE INDEPENDENCE House of Lords
19th January 1978 3.214 p.m.
Lorf SEGAL: My Lords, I beg leave to that advice if, in fact, we are res-
asV the Question which stands in my ponsible solely for their foreign
n p on the Order Paper. policy?
ThW Question was as follows: Lord GORONWY-ROBERTS: Hy Lords, of
To ask Her Majesty's Government course we are properly and fully rep-
whether they will delay any decision presented in Dominica and are in con-
about the future independence of Dom- stant touch with them, exchanging
inica until qfter the next General iews on a wide variety of matters,
Election has taken place on that including commerce as well as consti-
island., tutional matters. There is no diffic-
Lord GORONWYROBEHTS: My Lords, the ulty about this at all.
British Government have received no, iBaroness ELLES: My Lords, are the
request to delay a decision on Domin-GGovernment satisfied that the vast
ica's independence until after the majority of the people of-Dominica
next General Election there. The Op- :want independence? If so, what meas-
position have proposed that the inde-!ures have they taken to ensure this
pendence constitution should provide land what criteria have they used to
that the next General-Elections should 'make this judgment?
be held early in 1980, which is when Lord GORONWY-ROBERTS: My Lords, de-
they would be due under the existing tailed reports of the public and
constitution. Parliamentary discussion of the White
Lord 2S3AL: My Lords, I should like Paper which emanated from the Consti-
to thank my noble friend for that re- tutional Conference have, of course,
ply, which will be well received in reached us.. It appears that Parlia-
m e rta fnetij l g. Isamy mgle ment and the people in Dominica are
miilitr ? ot e is cti- actively discussing the nature of the
ability of a snap general election constitution which was accepted at
being declared? Will Her Majesty's the Conference
Government exert their influence to If we are satisfied that the de-
ensure that the existing electoral sire for independence is widely sup-
register is brought up to date by ported by the people of Dominica, we
an impartial body before the next shall recommend that they proceed to
General Election takes place? independence. The progress and the
Lord GORON Y-ROBERTS: My Lords, my process of internal discussion is, I
noble friend makes an important point think, encouraging. It is a factual
and I have no doubt that our friends matter; radio discussions, public
in Doninica will take full note of I newspaper articles and public meet-
What he says. Dominica is a self- ins are p adarI ti
ings are proceeding and are,I think,
governing State in association within aposite to
the United Kingdom. That means that, gathering momtumgh both Government
although we are responsible for its and Opposition have a number of con-
external affairs and defence,we have stitutional points on which they are
no responsibility for nor power to at variance, they neverless agree
intervene in its internal affairs. that Dominica should proceed to in-
Nevertheless, as long-established dependence. I have an impression
friend of Dominica, we are in a posi- that the differences between Govern-
tion to intimatO to them what we hope ment and Opposition are narrowing
they will find it possible to do. I practically day by day;
very much agree with Umy noble friend Lord KENNET: My Lords, is it no- the
that proper preparations for a viable case that although t the present mo-
election should form part of the Dom- meant we are responsible only for the
lnicar;i th king on this matter. meant we are responsible only for the
Lnicard tGLDnking on this matter. defence and foreign affairs of the-
Lord GiNDEVOT: MY Lords,i to what eX- Associated States in the Caribbean,
tent are we in the position to give (Continued on Page Three)
(next column)

Friday, February 3, 1978 T HE S T A R Page Three

(Lord KENNET): under the West Indies T ecen~ly, the ne .Y.--. executive
Act 1967 we have the power to resume published some of their future plans
control over their internal affairsand asked for comments from the pubn
at any moment we Judge right, and lic. I appreciate the opportunity to
that this power has been used,though respond via this paper.
not in Dominica? One of the stated objectives of
Lord GORONWY-ROBERTS: 1f Lords,that the N.Y.C. is to help organize and to
may be so. It has'not been used here participate in the"llth World Festival
and I see no reason why it should or of Youth and Students for Peace and
any prospect of it being applied to Friendship" to be held in Havana,Cuba.
this part of our dependency. I am concerned that the N.Y.C. be hon-
Lord SEGAL: My Lords, in view of the est in telling youth and their parents
fact that known irregularities have what this festival is all about, and
occurred at General Elections held let everyone be aware of the direct-
elsewhere in the Caribbean area, ion in which they are leading the
could Her Majesty's Government ar- youth.
range to send an observer to attend I have a tape of an address by Mr.
the count at any future General El- Dave Breese, a man who attended the
section held in that island? 8th World Festival of Youth and Stu-
Lord GORONWY-ROBERTS: My Lords, I dents for Peace and Friendship in
would hesitate to make any suggest- Helsinki, Finland. M.r Breese Is a
ion which conveyed to the Dominican Christian leader who speaks on Uni-
authorities a doubt about the fair- vertisy campuses and has travelled
press with which they will conduct to over 60 nations around the world.
,heir General Election. They are wellSo with reference to world youth
.ware of the hopes and expectations movements, he knows the tuth of what
of their friends in this country, I he speaks.
cave every confidence that they will He clearly states that the Vcrld
comport themselves accordingly. Festivals..for Peace & Priendship
Lord BROCKWAY: My Lords, might itnot are nsored the Communist Parties
be less prejudicial if the Common- hose sole aim is world'coques----
wealth Secretariat were approached to During the 8th WoRd Festival dele-
appoint an observer? ates could attend any one of 1400 di-
Lord GORONWY-ROBERTS: My Lords, I fferent seminars according to their
am sure that the Commonwealth Secre- interest. Seminars on such topics as
'arlat will consider my noble friend's music, sports, trade unions, science,
suggestion with great care. art, world politics etc. were preion-
The LORD PRIVT SEAL (Lord Peart): ted. Each one proclaimed the great
7y Lords, I think that noble Lords achievements of Socialism and the
aave had a good run on this question goal of the Socialist World Revolu-
...--.--- -. -- -.t tion to eradicate not0 only capitalism
but all free enterprise and religion
from the world. I1r, Breese continues, "This spirit of revolution that de-
manda inevitable change is expressed by individuals who say "Kill your par-
en.", burn down the establishment, dontt trust anyone over 25, ruin today
in order to build a better tomorrow," He says that an almost religious im-
pact .s being made on millions of young people. It is not with any relat3cn
to a supreme God but with the offer of "here and now" of militant,ari.ogant
athelsm, organized 'godlessness.
At the close of the festival 40,000 young people from around the world
gathered and sanx, "This is the final conquest let each one take his pilce.
The International Party shall -be t-ehuman- race"
Young people, .nd- parents," is ln-3Th T eiH of ideology you want to be
spread in Dominica following the festival in Havana in 1979?
(Concludin aragraph &siature P9our)




TH E. S T A R Friday, february 3, 1978


ience and two recent testimonials

BDITOR: We certainly do,

should be forwarded to: poisoned O
"Poisoned" ORANGE3J
The General Manager, In order to ruin Israel's citrus
Dominica Banana Growers Associatior trade, the Palestinians have spread
Hanover Street, about word that the oranges are
Roseau, injected with poison. Sales dropped
to reach'him not later than 27th by 305 in parts of Britain, but one
February, 1978. fruiterer says' "my "customers are
T. IR still loyal."
T. C IRISH, -- ARIGO--S '~t~.-D'OCiTOR --- -
Gengral Manager she is Dr.Jennifer Eluin, daughter
of Mr.& Mrs. Joseph Elwin of Good
1st February, 1978 Z2- t/a will, a graduate of U1I and a train-
_-..__________ _---- ee of Dr.Gerald Grell Sendi
Do. nica, let us beware of-the present NYC the Dominica Cuba Friend-
ship Association and others making ties with Communist countries. May
God spare Dominica from becoming another little cog in the wheel of
World Communism. BRUCE WOODFORD,

S -' NAER' At the Dominica Labour Party
Applications are invited from suit- convention held on Sunday 28th
ably qualified persons for appoint- August 1977 at-the New Town Sav-
ment to the above post. annah, the leader of the Party
belched out that after independence,
QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must Dominica will become a socialist-
possess a -iploma in Accountancy state. All the chicken hawk mem-
from a recognized institution and bers unanimously agreed and voted
not less than five years practical in favour.
experience as an accountant. AAfter hearing our new UWI tutor
working knowledge of computerised over the air boasting that communism
accounting system would be an ad- is the highest form of socialism,I
vantage, began to get very nervy about the
DUTIES: The person is required to whole thing. I do not see any chance
wrl: under the.direction of the of communism returning back to
Financial Controller and is respon democracy; yet I shall quote some-
sible to him for the proper func- thing I read lately in a magazine
tioning of the Accounting Section called Free Trade Union News a
of the Department. He is also res- speech delivered in the U.S.A. by
ponsible for the supervision and -' USSR dissident genius Aleksandr
dire-ction of the staff employed in Solzhenitsin. "1Olaf Palme said that
the Accounting Section and will be the only way that communism can sur-
required to undertake the training vive is by taking the path of demo-
of all jud;i clerical staff of the cracy. That is the same thing as
Association, saying that the only way in which a
wolf can survive would be to stop
SALARY: The salary of the post wa eating meat.
recently revised to $8,280 per annum Sometimes we hear words like the
However depending on the qualifica- 'popular front!; at other times dia-
tion and experience of the success- logue with christianity is brought
ful applicant, the salary could be sp,
We can easily get muddled up,
Applications-giving details of dontt you think?
qualification, training and exper-

Friday, February 3, 1978 T H E S T A R Page FIVE
STATE OF DOMTNICA "Schedule rfo week endig [th FeP b.
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT Request da- S-edman Request for
Schedule of Application for Certifi- ted 10th Langlais the issue of
cate of Title and Noting thereon or January1978 by his a First'Cer-
Caveat for week ending Jan.28, 1978 Presented Solcitor tlficate of
-aB-e P6erso- ----f--- --30th Jan Cilma A. Tble in res-
te of erson ure978 at M.Dupi pct of apor-
Renj.estl Present-inZ whether, for Cer- 1,5. a .pLg tion of land
tif tcate of Title or Noting thereon at Colihaut, in the F parish of St.
or Caveat\ .---Peter, in the State of Dominica,
Request da- 7ngel-o Request for containing 124l square feet, and
ted 17th Magloire the-issue of bounded as follows:- North-East-: By
August 1977 by his a First Cer- land of Ina John Baptiste; South-
Presented Solicitor tificate of East: By land of Julien John'Bap-
23rd Janu- M.Eugenia Title in res- tiste; South-West: by lp4ds of Louisa
ary 1978 Charles pect of a Lecointe and Nicholas J*les; North.
at 2,50 pm5 portion of West: By a Public Road -eparating L
inG ar Trrail -ir-Tte Parish of from land of Theodora L4glais.
St.George containing 2,181 sq.ft.and
bounded as follows:- North-East: Request da- Devos Al- Re;est for the
land of Henry Magloire; South-East: ted 17th exander isue of alMrst
land of Stephen Magloire; South-West: January 1F8 by his Certificate of
land of Stephen ;Iagloire; North-West:Presented Solicitor T4tle in res-
Public Road and Access Road separa- 31st Jan. Cilma A. pect of a por-
ting it from land of Sybil Magloire. 1978 at M.Dupigny tion of land
-- --,55 p.m;. of Constant
Request da- rI-F e Request for Le Spring Estate, in the parish of St.
ted 12th Morancie issue of a First John, in the State of Dominica con-
DDecember 91b by her Certificate of training 3.339 acres and'bounded as
Presented Solicitor Title in res- follows:- North by Picard River sep-
23d January M.Eugenia pect of a res- rating it from land of Mrs Paul
1977 at Charles identical lot at Wallace; East by lands 0f Ralph
i3.15 pm. Trafalgar in Christian and remainder of Constant
the arish of St. Geo g containing Spring Estate; South by-remainder of
3070 square feet and bounded as fol- Constant Spring Estate owned by Mus-
lows:- North: Land of Lawrence Cam- grave John Baptiste; West by a Ravine
iprand; South: a Drain separating it separating it from remainder of Con-
from land of Pinard Azzou; East:land stand Spring Estate owned by Musgrave
of Claude Rolle; West: land of Pinard John Baptiste.
Request da- V1coryt ReiY eest 'for'- REGISTRARIS OFFICE, Ephraim F.Georges
,ted ltth- an- Martin the issue of a ROSEAU Registrar of Titles.
uary L978 John First Cortifi- I OTE: Any person who desires to ob-
SPre er;ted by his date of Title ject to the issuing of a Certificate
i23rd nnuary icitor in respect of of Title on the above Applications
1978 at Cilma A. a portion of may enter a Caveat in the above Office
10 15 Li.m. M.pi1- land at Pointe within six weeks from the date of the
helT, n the Pariah f St.Luke, in first appearance of these Schedules
the State o. Donica, sonta ning in the STAR news paper published in
696 square feet and bounded as follans:his State or from the date when the
Nlorth-East by land of Robert John I notice prescribed by law was last
Baptisto; South-East by land of Wil- served on ay occupat of adjoining
liamL Toussaint North-'es by land of land in respect of which these applii
Robert J hn Baptiste; South-W~at by cations were made .
land of Veronica Sylvian
your friends. Keep a check on your drinks.Keep of tLove for a
Strangert ... And be happy

Page Six T H E S T A R FridayFebruary 3, 1978
ATE OF DOMINICA S- T-AA-RS* -PRe-0-R'T-:-S-;Morchriston
Schedule for week ending Jan,21 LEAD: As tae regionalh-ll.E
T Tli d frro-n Pago Five) 'Shield competition continues, de-
Request da- Stephen Rest for fending champions Barbados and the
ted 16th Ilagloire the issue c Combined Islands lead the race for
August 1977 by his a First Cer- the championship with a meagre 6
Presented Solicitor tificate of points each obtained from two
19th Jan- M.Eugenia Title in matches apiece. Barbados took
uany 1978 Charles' respect of the lead when they won first inn-
at IL30 am.' a portion ings against the Combined Is, in
Sthe competitions opening fixture,
of land'at'Trafalgar containing However, Barbados got no points
9279 sq ft, and.bounded as fol- from their 2nd match played ainst
lows:- North: Access Road and Guyana at Bourda(ruined by rain).
lan d of ngelo Magloire; North- Barbados batted first and scored
East: Land of Henry sagloire; 261 runs. Ricky Skeete topscored
East: Access Road separating it with 61. Colin Croft took 6/ 77.
from lands of Janie Gordon, Ray- Rain curtailed play on the last day,
mans Magloire and Estate of Ros- Guyana were 116 for 4.
etta Magloire; South-East.: Est- The Combined Islands on the ot-
ate of Rosetta lMagloire; South- her hand put up spirited resistance
TWet: Land of Eugenie Isaac; against Jamaica. Batting first in
1Noth-West: Land of SybilMagloire Jamaica, they scored 293. Irving
jSee Caveat NOTE on Page Five. jShillingford,maintaining his superb
S ...-.------L form.was given an unsavory lbw de-
cision when he was 68- Jamaica in their turn at the crease went in-
to the 4th day at 156 without loss. They were all dismissed for 251,
giving the Combined Islands first innings pointsComb.Is.2nd innings -
35 without loss. L-E-*-erHHH-- LEAGUE: In the Augustus Gregoire L.,
Smartians vs, Spartans match ended Lf a draw with Smartians taking 1st
innings points after the first day's play was lost due to soggy pitch.
In the ond day's play remaining, Smartians sent in Spartans to have
first strike; they succumbed for 42 runs off 30 overs. Fitzroy (bowl-
ing an unbroken 15-over spell) took 5^for 16. Hodge Oliver (SmartLais
captain) 3/03 of 2.1 overs,and E.Williams 2/21. -* Smartians,in a bid
to force an outright win, declared their innings closed at 77 for ".
Zachariah Pollack 4/37 & J.Faustin 2/09, 4- Spartans in their second
innings were 5372. Rupert Lance 2/23. **,-M*. In the INTERNiEDIA E
Division,Blackburns registered their first win, beating Saints by 5
wickets. Saints 87; Blackburns 88 for 5. Abraham 31. ICM ,KENT beat
EAGLES by 82 runs in another match, Kent(batting first) 194. Eagles
112 for 6 after their 30 overs batting expired.
The fifth1nd fink test match between the touring Indians anc
Australia developed a high-scoring, keen encounter'to determine
the winner, with both Aides having won two matches each. This macch
was extended to six days to ensure a decision. -*E By the end of the
5th day's play, India were 362 for 6 chasing the gargantuan total
of 493. Australia had scored 505 and 256. Graham Yallop 121,Bobby
Simpson 100 & 51,Darling 65 & 56. For India,K.Ghavi 3/93 & 4/45;
Prasanna 5/136 and Bedi 4/53. *, INDIA: 269 and 392 for .6.
Australia won by 47 runs. India 445 2nd innings.
L 0 _C A nE- N 11y BTEe Amr.tstatFr-o!r thae-Mfrnrra ---
& Child Health & Family Planning Programme has gpne to Tiashington DC
for a moth s study.~ Intern Doctor Hendricks Paul is now workin~gat PMH
printed and Publi shed 2by the Proprietor, Robert _s Alifrey o6Tf niT
House, Copt Hall, at 26 Bath Road, Roseau, Dominica West Indies

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