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Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica). March 17, 1978.
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DOMINICA NOW HAS A NEW BANK
It was a Shoe Party gala on March
15th when the National Commercial
& Development Bank of Dominica was
formally opened. There were so many
guests that some sat out in the fore-
court. and when the doors were fin-
ally opened, enthusiastic supporters
- some from Bath Estate and Fond
Cole burst in jubilantly to enjoy
the fete.
Guyana adviser Mr. Wilbert Bas-
comb described it as "the best in-
digenous Bank in the entire Carib-
bean", described how he had worked
;o get Dominica Government to change
the laws etc.; and words of praise "-
were showered upon Miss Lyn Webber
'designing Architect) and Mr.Eg-
lert Charles, builder of this edi-


i.ce which is 43 ft b
q back stairway for s
one for customers. Th
ing lights up in a ve
}ow the- Bank is fu
will doubtless keep g
the Royal Bank Manage
Most funds due to Dom
seas will be channel
with useful deduction
"little people", led'b
Mrs. John are coming
a share or two .or to
stated ty Hon.Victor
a Bank with no polite

GOVERNMENT REFUSES
REQUEST FOR OMISSI
on their new instrume
ported. Most people
regret the fabulous I
ing Stars suffered by
think this is a shame


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ST. LTCIA INDEPENDENCE; DATE
TUrM.TTAIN: Constitution Talks
Although Hon.John Coppton says
he is pleased with the results
of this week's discussions in
-London, we think Opposition
Leader Alan Louisy cannot be too
displeased, since the British
thik. the St.Lucia people should
look at the draft constitution
and express their views. Mr.
John hopes for const. talks "not
aIter than July 31 and if we
can get through the constitution-
al talks by July we will have
Independence by December 13th".

IGRAEL LASHES PALESTINE
GUERRILLAS


y 108 ft,with Twenty-thousand Israeli military
taff and a front men are advancing into Palestine
.e entire ceil- cimps in Lebanon, to assault the
ry clever wwy. guerillas whose men came over in
nctioning and rubber boat and slaughtered
:oing well, as 38 men,women and children last
r predicted, week-end. They are only a few
inica from over- miles from Beirut.
ed through it, Present Carter has asked them
s; and many to withdraw and allow TT..Forces
y Premier and to take over the invaded sectors.
forward to buy The Palestine Liberation Org-
save. It is animation (guilty also of having
Riviere to be mar.6cred Jewish athletes at the
cal bias. Olympics) have called upon all
Arab states to come into a polit-
SWING-STARS ical and military struggle agalest
:ON OF DUTY Israel Verbal criticisms are not
ants, when im- enough".
,who deeply But President Begin of Israel
Loss the Swing- seyJ: "the days when people could
Fire, will kill Jews with impunity axr over."

Italy has been brutally kidnspo, .


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IBBEgRCIH INSTITUTE
AR IgE STUDY OF MAN
162 EAST 78 STREET

SH E .* rK Govern-Y

I OMNI ARCA ment plans
I Virtute Duce Comite Fortuna new boundaries
-~ ~.. -..for electJon'.


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THE S T A R Friday, March 17, 1978


ANGEL OF MERCY DIVORCE FEES SHOULD
(For Nurses) GO UPI Hugh Lawrence
Once 'upon a time Dom-
Behold an Angel of Mercy: Once uon a time Doa-
The patient, courageous Nurse inica knew nothing about
working through abuse and hostility divorce. Today it is so
nursing an unruly patient, common that it-has become
The devoted Nurse, smiling, hopeful a style. We seem to h8ve
toiling with tender, loving hands copied this fashion frou
soothing the pains of a restless patient big cities.
with words of cheer and hope. What is the use of
The thoughtful, well-trained Nurse young couples getting
sensible of pain and suffering, married nowadays just for
handling the stubborn patient a few weeks, months or
quite strict but tactful, years instead of for life?
enduring insult yet cheerful. This new change cannot
(Florence Nightingale is widely honoured, help the growing nation
Mary Seacole was no less hnnourable. morally or otherwise.
Both served in the Crimean War.) I would like (if I am
gentle, affable Nuse permitted) to make a sug-
Gentle, affable Nurse
How splendid is your calling! gestion that divorce fees
May the Divine Healer be raised to $100,000.
Shower on you his blessing, This amount should be de-
Angel of Mercy, posited in the judge's
J.R.Ralph Casimir treasury before any pro-
March 6,1978 ceedings take place.
-------------- -- --- -- ---- Let us start to look
for better examples from the top downwards. H.L.
Editors Note: Mr.Lawrencets fees suggestion would certainly rule out
divorce for each and every Dominicanj P.S.L.


THOUGHTS ON THE LATE MR. ARCHEP
by E.C.Loblack
We all know that Righteousness
exalteth a Nation, and that if
they had not thrown Jonah over-
board, the ship and the crew would.
have perished.
While talking about discipline,
dignity, respect to bring back
Dominica where she was we must
throw Jonah overboard.
Madam, it was a great pleasure
indeed to hear the Old Boys that
have attended the Dominica Grammar
School how they glorified Mr.Archer
for the good work he had done to
lift up a high standard of disci-
pline etc. etc. (next
(next column)


I would have to borrow language
to say exactly what I woulV like
to say about Mr. Archer.
Thank you. E.C.L.

PORTSMOT:,H PRE-SCHOOL FAIR
Portsmouth Pre-School is crganiz-.
ing a Grand Fair to be held on
Easter Sunday; a pig will be raf-
fled at 50z a chance. The Board
of Directors is hoping that friends
of the School will donate something
towards this fund-raising drive.
Unity is Success.

DAWT's COOPERATIVE PROJECT to ex-
tend the Buying Club into a full-
fledged consumer co-operative shop
which will open on 31st March 1978.


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Friday, March 17, 1978


N E W S


D.G.S. WEEK CELEBRATED
The Dominica Grammar School has
held various events and functions
this week designed to draw the pub-
lic's attention to achievements,,
aspirations and educational stand-
ards of the school. We would say
that the week has been manifestly
successful.
It was saddened by the news of
Mr. Victor Archer's death: he being
one of their best ever Headmasters.
Ag. Head Mr. Alwin A.Bully admitt-
ed that in recent years the school
had deteriorated somewhat, but sta-
ted that it was now firmly going
ahead again with which we can all
agree. Many tributes were paid to
Mr. Archer both on Founders' Day
(Tuesday) and at a special memorial
service.
There was quite a lot of social
fun during the week: House-parties,
dancing, drama and of course the
excellent.Sports Day, reviewed by
Morchriston on p.6.
This afternoon there is the
speech Day Ceremony, which we can-
not attend as we did last year, be-
cause it is on our Press day. It
takes place at Goodwill Parish Hall
and we shall give a report later.
A special and well-produced souve-
air booklet was on sale for $1.00.
An Exhibition has been open daily
between 2 7 p.m. And on Marich
27 DGS is holding a.fund-raising
dancee st Anchorag'e Hotel:fee $7.00.
DrS is certainly trying to help
ietelf. Congratulations.

ALLIANCE FRANCHISE SHOWS FILM
A showing of a French film (detec-
tive/ was girTn to Alliance members
and friends at the Fort Young Hotel
on Triursday night. It had English
subtitles, and was both exciting
and amusing: well worth the gate
charge of $.00.


L O C A L


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AID FOR HEALTH REGIONAL SERVICES
The United States Agency for
International Development (AID)
has promised Caribbean Governments
to assist them in the,management
of-health services in the region.
This aid. will be channelled thro'ubh
CARICOM with particular emphasis
on the Windward & Leeward Islands.
At present a k-man team is going
through the region to determine
specific needs: Dr.Garth Jones
(Head) Public Admin. Specialist,
Mr. Scott Loomis, Health Planner
USA, Mrs. Sharon Russell,Special-
ist in Human Resources Development
-- and Dominican-born Dr. Philip
BQyd, head of the Health Desk at
the CARICOM Secretariat.
The team has already held two
days of talk here with the Mini-
ster of Home Affairs, Health and
Welfare. Dr. Boyd said that the
project will have an immense im-
pact on the health services of
the region, and promote a compre-
hensive health service in which
all the people especially the poor
will receive proper health care.

DAWU MAN RETURNS TO STATE
Mr. Joseph Blaize, (Central) Org-
anizer of the Dominica Am 3.- -ed
Workers Union, came back from a
Seminar on Wage Determination for
Caribbean countries held in Jam-
aica, It was sponsored by ILO and
the Danish International Develop-
ment Agency. Many problems common
to all were tackled, most common
being "inability to pay" which is
a constant cry from most employers
in the Caribbean. Dr. Gerald Starr
ILO representative made a summary
of the proceedings.
A WORKIT A-?TTo five, incfLufT"
Govt. & C.S.A. personnel, chaired
by C.E.O., will meet monthly to
thrash out outstanding problems,


T HE S T A


Page Three







Page Four T H E S T A R Friday, March 17, 1978
A PROBLEM OF WAR S-:-TA-;R;S-P0-POR-:-'T:S-;r -Mrchriston
by Ian Tickle:Swiss Press Review (.See also Page s_ )
The Rhodesian problem is a pro CRICKET: Combined Islands lJhip
blem of war..It is difficult to Trinidad. sM Barbados Keeps Shield
sift truth from lies in a situa- The Combined Islands put on a fine
tion where propaganda success is allround performance against Trinidad
a main $im of both opposing forcesat the Recreation Grounds, Antigua,
In Rhodesia, both sides accuse in the final match of the 1978 Shell
each other of brutality,and both Shield competition, to beat Trinidad
sides deny that they themselves by 7 wickets with more than 4 hours
hcve engaged in brutality. play on the last day remaining.
We cannot judge. But we can Trinidad batted first and managed
Weint jI +th wes ican 265 runs after being 5 for 123. A
point oqt that in the Rhodesian solid 140 by Theo Cuffy with 18 fours
Parliament ..a blmk iambe~tla, scored in 250 minutes was responsible
been permitted to accuse the sec- for Trinidad's final total. He came
urtty forces of using excessive in when the total was 37 for 2 ana
force in their search operations, as dismissed at 265 the ninth man
These criticisms prove that white ut. D.Murray 26 and R.Gabriel 22.
Rhodesia is by no means as much a orbert Phillip in finishing a very
closed society or an entirety successful Shield competition 5/49;
white one as its opponents would Richards 2/29 and E. Uillet 2/57.
ie oe as its ooets The Islands in their turn at the
lie us to believe. This sort of rease were never in any real trouble,
criticism would not be acceptable ven at 62/3. Viv Richards a scorching
to the governments of many Africer Irving Shillingford a solid 86
countries, and there is every rea-and Victor Eddy 127 another fine
son to suppose that it would not century in successive matches against
have been acceptable in white Rho- rinidad saw the Islands total to
de a a few months ago. 392. E.Lewis got 26. For Trinidad
There is a clear implication .Jumadeen 3/98, Inshan Ali 3/115, L.
here. It is not entirely deception homes 2/19 and Gopisingh 2/60.
that r. ISmith. and his collea gues Trinidad's second innings total
Shis colleagues was due to good knocks from R.Gabriel
have changed their attitude 74, L.Gomes 40 and Ranje Nanan 78 n.o.
which is what ,the Patriotic Front batting at No. 8. Derek Parry justi-
would at present like us to be- fied his pick on the West Indies 2nd
lieve. A conviction has come upon test team with 6/73; N.Phillip 2/71.
many white Rhodesians that black Left to get 149 for victory,Lock-
majOrity rule is- inevitable and hart Sebastien with 71 n.o. led the
that their present role is to make chase in getting the winning runs.
tia ith Lewis he put on 77-for the first
it as painless as possible. Pain- wicket. At the end Co,,b.Is 149/3.
less to the .whites, but also pain-
less to the blacks. To achieve BARBADOS drew their 4-day match vs.
this the war must na If the the Australians. Scores: Barbados 291
talks the war ust If the and 386 for 9. A Greenidge 96,A.Pad-
talks are to be successful, the ore 47 n.o. and 79, D.Haynes 40,David
Patriotic Front leaders must be urray 108 and V.Holder 40.Australia
brought in also or.at least be 11. Bobby Sirpson 102 and Craig Sar-
invited with such wholehearted jeant 114.
fervor that continued refusalwou ATHTETICS: The Dominica Grammar School
discredit them. Nkomo has always held its annual inter-houde competit-
been open to rearoa...(So far Nkomd ion as part of a week of activities.
& abe have refused to talk th (Continued on Page Six)
Smith and his 0EakTaof eagues,-Ed.)- '







Friday, March 17, 1978


N E W S ;


D.G.S. WEEK CELEBRATED
The Dominica Grammar School has
held various events and functions
this wedk designed to draw the pub-
lic's attention to achievements,
aspirations'an- educational stand-
ards of the school. We would say
that the week has been manifestly
successful.
It was saddened by the news of,
Mr. Victor Archer's death: he being
one of their best ever Headmasters.
Ag. Head Mr. Alwin A.Bully admitt-
ed that in recent years the school
had deteriorated somewhat, but stoa-
ted that it wasnow firmly going
ahead 'again with which we can all
agree. Many tributes were paid to
Mr. Archer both on Founders' Day
(Tuesday) and at a special memorial
service.
There was quite a lot of social
fun during the week: House parties,
dancing, drama and of course the
excellent Sports Day, reviewed by
Morchriston on p.6.
This afternoon there is the
Speech Day Ceremony, which we can-
rot attend as we did last year, be-
3ause it is on our Press day. It
takes place at Goodwill Parish Hall
and we shall give a report later.
.A special and well-produced souve-
nir booklet was on sale for $1.00.
An Exhibition-has been open daily
between 2 7 p.m. And on March
27 DGS is holding a fund-raising
'ance at Anchorage Hotel:fee $7.00.
nGS is certainly trying to help
itself. Congratulations.


ALLIANCE FRANCHISE SHOWS FILM
A showing of a French film (detec-
tive) was giTen to Alliance members
and friends at the Fort Young Hotel
on Thursday night. It had English
subtitles, and was both exciting
and amusing: well worth the gate
charge of $1.00.
.'*i -*' ,


L 0O C A L


AID FOR HEALTH REGIONAL SERVICES
The united States Agenqy for
International Development (AID)
has promised Caribbean Governments
to assist them in the ,management
of health services in the region.
This aid will be. channelled through
CARICOM with particular emphasis
on the Windward & Leeward Islands.
At present a 4-man team is going
through the region to determine
specific needs: Dr.Garth Jones
(Head) Public Adrnin. Specialist,
Mr. Scott Loomis, Health Planner
TSA, Mrs. Sharon Russell,Special-
ist in Human Resources Development
-- and Dominican-bcrn Dr. Philip
Boyd, head of the Health Desk at
the CAI:ICOM Secretariat.
The team has already held two
days of talk here with the Yini-
ster of Home Affairs, Health and
Welfare. Dr. Boyd saiC that the
project will have an immense im-
pact on the health services of
the region, and promote a compre-
hensive health service in which
all the people especially the poor
will receive proper health care.

DAWU MAN RETURNS TO STATE
Mr. Joseph Blaize, (Central) Org-
anizer of the Dominica Antalgamated
Workers Union, came back from a
Seminar on 'Ytge Determination for
Caribbean countries held in Jam-
aica, It was .sponsored by ILO and ,
the Danish International 'Develop-
ment Agency, Many problems common
to all were tackled, most common
being "inability to pay" which is
,a constant cry from most employers
in the Caribbean. Dr. Gerald Starr
ILi representative made a summary
of the proceedings.
TA WRMIT PRTY of five,injnIuding
Govt. & C.S.A. personnel, chaired
by C.E.O., will meet monthly to
thrash out outstanding problems.
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Page







Page .our T H E S T A R Friday, March 17, 1978
SA PROBLEM 'OF WAR S-TSA-:-R'RTssP-0SRrTS -Morchriston
by: an Tickle:Swiss Press Review (See also' Pa.ge Six..)
The Rhodesian problem is a pro CRICKET: Combined Islands Whip
ble,m of war. It is difficult to Trinidad, *i Barbados Keeps Shield
sift truth from lies in situa- The Combined Islands put on a fine
tion where propaganda success IS allround performance against Trinidad
a main aim of both opposing fbrc&est the'Recreation Grounds, Antigua,
In Rhodesia, both sides accuse i .the final match of the 1978 Shell
each other of brutalityand both' Shield competition, to beat Trinidad
sides deny that -they themselves by 7 wickets with more than 4 hours
have engaged in brutality. play on the last day remaining.
We cannot judge But we ican r .Trinidad batted first and managed
point ou ath in th e Rhodesan 265 runs after being 5 for 123. A
point out that in the Rhodesn solid 140 by Theo Ouffy with 18 fours
Parliament *.a baMk- mteVak, scored in 250 minutes was responsible
been permitted to accuse the sec- for Trinidad's final total. He came
urity forces of using excessive n when the total was 37 for 2 and
force in their' search operations. as dismissed at 265 the ninth man
These criticisms prove that white ut.' D.urray 26 and R.Gabriel 22.
Rhodesia is by no means as much a orbert Phillip in finishing a very
closed society or an entirely successful Shield competition 5/49;
white one -asI its opponents would '.Richards-2/29 and E. Willet 2/57.
wThe Islands in their turn at the
lie us to believe This sort of rease were never in any real trouble,
criticism would not be acceptable van at 62/3. Viv Richards a scorching
to the governments of many Africe, 1, Irving Shillingford a solid 86
countries, and there is every rea-and Victor Eddy 127 another fine
sor'to suppose that it would not Icentury in successive matches against
have been acceptable in.white Rho rinidad saw the Islands total to
desia a few months ago. 39?. E.Lewis got 26.'- For Trinidad
There isRa clear implication .Jumadeen 3/98., Inshan Ali 3/115, L.
he're It is not entirely deceptio homes 2/19 and Gopisingh 2/60.
here. It is not entirely deceptio" Trinidad s second innings total
that Mr. Sith and his colleagues was due to good knocks from R.Gabriel
have changed their attitude 74, L.Gomes 40 and Ranje Nanan 78 n.o.
which is What the Patriotic Front batting at No. 8. Derek Parry justi-
would et present like us to fe- fied his pick on the West Indies 2nd
lieve. A conviction has come upon test team with 6/73; N.Phillip 2/71.
many white Rhodesians that black Left to get 149 for victoryLock-
majrity rule 'is inevitable and hart Sebastien with 71 n.o. led the
that th chase in getting the winning runs.
that their present role i to makeith Lewis he put on 77-for the first
it as painless as possible. Pain- wicket. At the end-. Co,b.Is 149/3.
less to the whites, but also pain-
less to the blacks, To achieve BARBADOS drew-their 4-day match vs.
the Australians. Scores: Barbados 291
this the war must ?nd If the and 386 for 9. A Greenidge 96,A.Pad-
talks are to be successful, the ore 47 n.o. and 79, D.Haynes 40,David
Patriotic Front leaders must be rray-108 and V.Holden 40.Australia
brought in also or at least be 11. Bobby Sirpson 102 and..Craig Sar-
invited with such wholehearted jeant 114,
fervour that continued .efusalwould ATHLETICS: The Dominica Grammar School
d.isredit them. Nkomo hds always. held its annual inter-houge competit-
beet open to rear o... (,o far,Nkomd ion as part of a week of activities.
& euabe have refused tc-talk With (Continued on Page Six)
Smi hand is blc 2 aeaues.-Ed.) -







Page Pive T H E S T A R riday,March 17, 1978.
...STATE OF DO.NICA u Schedule week ending March lotd4
STATE OF DOMINICA Request da- Pierre Request for
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT ted 20th Blanc the issue of
Schedule of Aioolication for Oerti- ted 20th Blanc the issue of
Schedule o Aplication for erti- February 1978 by his a First Cert-
fioate of Title and Noting thereon Presented Solici- ificate of Ti-
or Caveat for week ehding rch MarchMarch torC- tle in respect
i1t~h 1978 1978 at ma AM. of. a portion Pc
Date of Person Nature of Re- 11.10 a.m. IDpigryi land known asa
Request Pres'enting quest whether Lot at Gallion, in the Parish of St
for Certtificate ofa Title or Noting Mark, in the State of Dominica,con-
thereon or Caveat training 19365 square feet and bound-
Request da- Ellis Request for the ed as follows:- North: by land of
ted 3rdMarch Joseph issue of aFirst Donstan Etienne; South-East: by land
;1978 by his Certificate of of the Heirs of Philomen Dominique;
SPresented Solici-Title in res- South-West: by land of Marie Redman;
1i0th March tor Ciiect of a por- West: by land of Marie Redman.
!1978 at ma A,M.tion of land at equet
I04 ^ IIp Cl. fsit, ag1s Ednilford Request for
10,4 am. eDupi Coulibistrie, td 2ndma b Green by the issue of
in the Parish of StJoseph, in the 2la 7 108" h is Soli- a First Cer-
State of Dominica, containing 2094 rn 1 hs So- a First Cer-
Presented citors tificate of
square feet and bounded as follows: s ci s
East: by a Public Road; South-East: 7th March Alleyne & Title in s-
by a Public Road; South-Westby lan1978 at Co. per pect of all
lof Rawlson Charles;North-West: by 2.3 p.m. Bran G.K. that portion
'ou iitie iver Alleyne. of land known
Coulibistrie River.
Coulib. as a Lot at Rose Hill in the Parish
.Request da- Farris Request for th- of St.George containing 2.293 acres
ted L3thtDe Jno. issue ,o-f a and bounded as follows:- North: by a
Hoad separating it from land of the
member 1977 Charles Certificate of
Prember 17 Chales Tite ficares Heirs of Maria Lazzare; East: by land
Presented by his Title in res-
'0th Sarch Solici- ect of a por- of Austin Ormon; South: by land of
ilOth March Solici- pect of a pop- W
.at.. tr E.R.I. Shillingford; West: by lands
1978 at tor Cil tion-of laid at.
o11.9 am ma.AM. Salisbury, in of the Heirs of Maria Lazare and land
0 a Du. a te Parish ufin of Vidal Jno. Philip.
_______,pu)Iignyjthe Parish of


St.Joseph, in te Sate of Dominica,
containing 7.104 square feet and
bounded as follois:- North-West:by
land of Renix Jno Charles and Eug-
|enia, 6no Baptiste; North-East: by
'lands of Theresa Vidal; South-East:
iby lands of Theresa Vidal; South-
,West: by land 6f Thereaa Vidak and
iight of way separating it from l&md
jof Euthalie Louis.
I7EGITRS TS OPPUT-jrEpiim y.eorge
ROSEAU Registrar of Titles.
NOTE: Any Person who desires to ob-
iject to the issuing of a Certifi-
ioate of Title on the above Applic-
ations may enter a Cavest in the
,above office within six weeks from
Ihe date of the first appearance of
those Schedules in the STAR news
paper published in this State or
from the date when the notice pre-
)soribed by law was last served on
iny occupant off adjoining lands -in


Schedule for week ending ith Mrch
Request da- Philip Request for
ted 16th Worman the issue of
April 1975 Griffin a First Cer-
Presented & Mary tificate of
1st March. Griffin, Title inres-
1978 at as joint pect of all
2.59 p.m. tenants that portion
by their Solicitors of land known
Alleyne & oo.per BBian as.. Part of
G.K. Alleym a New Providence
EVs --at a Riviere Claire in the
Parish of St.George, containing2.90
acres and bounded as follows:- North
by land of Leonie Dedier & River
Claire; Fast: by land of Kelly Sh~l-
lingford; SoAth by land of J.
Dechausay and Alice M.'Simon; West:
by land of Ravine Paul, Emmanuel
ugustus and Babillard Estate.
L -. =__


respect of which these Applications
Were made., '


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THE S TAR Friday, 17th March, 1978


-;S: ,;AR-;,SP--i0-R-,-T-S~- Morchriston
DOMINICA GRAMMAR SCHOOL ATHLETICS NE W B R IE F S
Duplgny House, the youngest of the Cabinet reshuffle in St.Vincent:
four school houses, won the champion Mr. Ebenezer Joshua has been dis-
-ship for the third consecutive year
with 428-points. Dawbiney was second missed and Mr. V.I.Beech succeeds
with 408,followed by Skinner with him. This indicates a breakdown in
337 and Benedict Joseph(BJ) 312. St.V.Govt. Coalition.
The victor and victrix ludorum Fertilizr p e
were a brother and sister combinat- Fertilzerprce s increasing.
ion both of Dupigny (Bv.ya:brother One bag cost $31.57 in February.
Austrie Andrew finished with 29 pts Growers are asked to be careful.
breaking two records on the way:800 In Zaire, 15 people are scheduled
metres in 2 min. 24.9 sec and 400 to be executed for plotting ag-
metres in 56.8 sec. His sister Julie ainst the President. One woman was
(Div,III) broke her own 400 metres pardoned.
record 'rom 1 min 12.7 sec. to Guyana Govt. seems unlikely to
l.mi. 11. sec in amassing 26 pts. conform with their constitution
From a record 69 events completed, and ho n ts yar
33 records were broken: 17 in the and hold an election this year.
Girls events, and 16 by the Boys. (Due date mid-July), 3 months grace.
Despite the fact that senior boys The Opposition parties have al-
end up in the Sixth Form College, 5 ready said that Guyana Govt. was
records were broken in the Boys 1st planning to postpone elections.
division; the 100 & 800 metres,
triple sump, open medley relay and Pope Paul has accused Israel of
.cycling, indiscriminate bombing of refugee
LEAGUE: Police defeated Eagles by camps in Lebanon.
8 wickets in an intermediate match R1E vm: CTi sTfolliowing the
reduced to 25 overs each. Scores: Left results last weekend (over
Eagles 80; Police 81 for 2.* Other
matches that weekend were affected 489), Socialists & Communists have
by pain. agreed to consolidate their posit-
NETBALL: As the Netball League con- ion,putting up one favoured candi-
.tnues, Spartans defeatedDGS 37-4. date in each constituency. fPhis
Specials 40; Good Year Jets 9. G.Y. week-end the matter will be fought
Stars 44 DGS I, 8, Specials 20 out. In Martiiique, Aime Cgsaire
Spart.ns 16. Specials again 57 beat Michel Renard by 21,2*60 votes
DGS I 3; and finally Good Year to18,507 (a reduced majority);Pvd
Stars,31 Spartans 17. to 18,507 (a reduced maority);nd
S- S s 1. anti-automists Victor Sable and
CAN RED RUM WI THEIR RAND NATIONAL Camille Petit were reelectd with
FOR A RECORD FOURTH TIME? ore than 72 of votes. Uortunte-
We are always grateful to the Brit- more than 2 of otesrtune
ish Information Service for sending ly, a pro-Renard father of 7 was
us BBC LONDON CALLING, especially murdered in Fort de France during
since DBS bluntly cut off BBC news. the final stages in Martinique.
This is the question asked, with an
exciting photograph, on the journal CRICKET: Test Match, BarbadosoScore
for April. On April 1st this tremen-; at teatime Australia 00/7 Yard-
dous race will be run. Red Rum has ley 36, Thompson 11;Crofts 4 for 47,
won the Grand National three times Lunchtime Score 104/1 (Wood 69, Yal-
His champion jockey Tommy Stack who lup 47). Press Time:4.00 243/9,
rode him last year, intends to ride |Yadley 73, Higgs 0. Lloyd won toss.
him again despite a terrible accident Printed & Published by the Proprie-
when a young horse fell on him. We tor, Robert E.Allfreyr of Mill House
can only wish this brave young jock- Copt Hall, at 26 Bath Road, Roseau
ey all the luck of the chase. Dominica, West Indies


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