Group Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica)
Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica). October 6, 1978.
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Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica). October 6, 1978.
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THE PARROTS AND THE STARS -John Specter T"E CARIB RESERRVE ACT
Nearly 500 years ego on NoVember 3rd The G4vernment of Dominica is
Dominican Caribs sighted Europeans. officially, and judidally,hand-
or 20 yars after tht no ng back to the Caribs their land
Fr 250 years after thqt no. which has been in doubt for many
Africans or slaves lived in Dominica, years. This Act, passed on Tues-
but the parrots flew free around the day, has afew weak spots, but
slopes of Diablotin. Not until 175.0 it was vetted by two non-Govern-
(228 years ago) did the western colo- ment lawyers, and roused the in-
nists come to Dominica bringing their terest of the Opposition Leader
African slaves with them from other (tneeof then) sf that she came to
the House even after beyestting it
islands. Eighty-four years later the thnce Hthey ut .ut her Questions
slaves wcre freed, and for the last ane .tihe of Cenuure on thie Spak-
Wi year. Dominicans have been free. | I'all per presented
They were, however, governed by a vy id t with elb1 icnp (a word hicbb
aolll -umber of. d1~1~ seewats of the- ;exi.nt4k~c'Wa8s made Cugly). we


to .the poiTIbyia-s in Br.itn yA..uw
m1les away. Now Britns (who host
.some 15,000Dominicans who have. om-
plete political rights in that county
have b7 EritLsh wish through Section
10-2 of the West Indies Act relinqui-
shed responsibility for Dominica.The
net result is that instead of the Do~-
inica politicians being subject in
part to British sovereignty they will
from November 5rd be free to do en-
tirely .without let or hindrance what-
ever they choose with the people they
rule. This will not matter so much
if the politicians have a sense of
responsibility, social and political.
Meanwhile our parrots have been
~ecimated by greedy Dominicans'who
are offered as much as 'TI$500 for a
parrot cy visitors. Soon the only
parrots ieft will be on the flag.
However the parrots in Martinique,
Guadeloupe, St. Lucia and St.Vincent
are almost identical to ours, so per-
haps we may later hR able to borrow
a few.
ZAMBIA: Britain has pledged aid and
support for Zambia against attacks.


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tLi. ROSB t 0MPATY LIMITED
COGRATTYLATE .
THE GimOVX i Tp AND PEOPLE
OF THE COMMONWALTH OF DOMINICA
Of MWE ATTAIN N1T OF
I F DT P E D E N -C E
ON THE 3RD FOVEMBE 1978

ROS9ATT FAS A TF TOWN COTTCIL-PREEDOM
The Karaes will be out on Nov.31 and
on Dec. 1 Messrs. O.Peltier, Swanston
Carbon, F. Christtan and Miss F.M.
Mouln and Victoria Beaupierre are in.


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Page Twoa -. S T A R. rida October 27 1978
NJM ACCUSED OF UMURDER by Alister Hugheas :thd breakdown of law "nd or-
Prime Minister Gai'y's recent dis- er and police brutality in Gren-
graceful behaviour before the Gener,. ada. And, the picturee emerging from
al Assembly, of the United .tions thiei findings contradicts Mr.Gairy
brought' hamie on. all-*Westindiiasr. c-mpletely.
Attempting to justif his Gv'ern- The Cmmrissioners found there was
tshe tto no evidence t e back Government e.
meant oppression, he erte to allegation. tI:at there was an N.JM
telling blatant lies, and his trans- conspiracy to take over the State,
parent deceit lost him every shred-- and there was no record of any at-
ef credibility. task bV anybody n any clice Sta-
Talking for over* anr hddr ,Mr.Gairy tion. Putlher, the. Comnssioners
touched on his usuai1 ubjects.Among .h special r ks f Innocent
touched Belmar' i conc.-ict which Mr.Gairy
otherr things, he spoke on U'nidenti- tol, the .UN was considerate' .
field Flying Objects" and th'e 'brm- Inspector Belmar engineered a
uda Triangle", and' he introduced a riot the Commissicners found, he
new note when he suggestedd the est- aided and abetted the cruel beating
ablishyient of an 'International Lan- ef NJM members ty criminals con-
guage". Whether people 2think them trolled by Prime Minister Gary,
them important or it+, 1 i. and e held these seriously, injured
them important or. not, t Is Mr men or 24 hur wi ou medical at-
Gairyt privilege to. expound orn these tension. In he omm ss owners.
matters. It is ut his privilege, opinion Belmar was inhuman and
however, to lite o uncouth'y, '.a megala ranic" and
s. ou c tally unfitteatfor any position
A glaring, Bea.le o his.t asee thori8ty n
hood wasl the. story. be to d the w nMis of W. yp
an incident involving his political Nt. satisfied t ie to the t J-
erponentas ..the Nieww.. Jn goveaent a bot this, inqcient in which his
in an attemha gaio 'tand Mwer fi rym criminals mauled his political ri-
in an attempt to wr kepwer 9, rom a, v4 a, Mr.aairy wevt, further .First,
dOlny acted tGovermept, .h.. act- he boasted that, in spite of the
ually attacked a Police Station and findings of the Duffus Coimmissidners,
attempted to take. control. The peo,- .he put .Belmar up as a:candidate at
pie reacted to this treachery and. the General Elections. Then he ac-
might have taken .strong d action ag- tused- NJM f :-murder.
ainst the leaders of theei group were n r. Belmar won an overwhelming
At not for the quick and considerate victory prime Minister Gairy told
action of Senior Inspector of Police the GeZnral Assembly, "And he was
Innocent Belmar." made a Minister of Government. The,
Human Rightss Jewel members were not satisfied.
The Prime Minister said thatcon- Belmar was assinated the very day
cerning this -incident, NJM got sev- Agriculren in as Minister o
eral organizations, including B41marvwts murdered last grieurlu
Church s, r'iade Unins and Service Bemar was murdered last Jnuary.
Organisationa o'to accept this .de'lit- Two accused were found n^t guilty
rate propaganda that they were a.- and there was no evidence or sug-
nied their human rights and bia.ten gestion that NJM was involved in,
by the Police,' especially one Innbc- the killing. Mr. Gairy's accusation
cent Belmar."s is pure deceit and shows the danger-
But, 'there is a tremendous weight o0s depth to which he will sink to
of evidence that this was no propa- gain his political ends. It shows,
ganda. The incident was investigated also,' his unrepentant attitude
by thle Duffus Commission of Inquiry. towards his crimes against the
Headed by Sir Herbert Duffus, ex- people of.Grenmda, and is a warning
Chief Justice of Jamaica, and inclu- of atrocities he may, once more
ding His Grace Archbia'hop Samuel unleash.
Carter, Archbishop oft Jamaica and St. Georges,
Mr. Aubrey Fraser,Head of the Law Grenada
School of the University of the Westindies.
West Indies, this Coimlssion probed


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Friday, october 27, 1978 T HE 1~ _T Page.. Three
THE 1929 DISASTER by Hugh Lawrence THE STAR WILL NOT APPEAR
When the motor launch Mispah dis-
appeared-on the night in the month during Independence week.
of May 1929, it was a terrible However,
shock for the owner who was in the
States. on a holiday and the ;families THE DOMINICA L I N (,
of the.eight members of' the crew, packed with interesting- material,
including .the famous French mechan- will print a copy of Phyllis
ic Benoit. Shand Allfrey's best-known poem;
I was one who attended at the also an article by her written in
Mass of St. I-idore' in the village memory of ANDROCLES (the late
of Soufriere. We had travelled by Loftus Roberts.)
the seaworthy launch Stella Maris, So why not buy a LIa ?
and returnedd back to Roseau on her
first trip by 6 p.m. When- she re- FLOREAT ST. JS EPH
turned for her second trip, she too Have you heard it? The year will
went adrift- in a -semi-storm, but end memorably for the parishioners
was rescued by the late'Captain of St.Joseph, as 1978 marks no less
Mitchell -the following day and was than 125 years since foundation of
towed i-nto Roseau harbour by his that Parish. Church records show
schooner. at about 9 p.m., much to that the Founder Priest was Rever-
the -_oy and relief of the thouseard end Pere Bouet of the French Order
of people waiting *at the bay front, who 0came- in 1853.
My ,next Letter will be on the n Hwever, celebrations Will not
Carib FrAasi .of 1930. get underway before the return
-. -- : .-- from ,Be3gium (on health leave) of
From: E.C. Loblak Rev. 'Father .VamnOjee, tha atua. :.
A PPJAYER FOR MafR. PATRICK JOHN AND Pariih Pist. Surely io 0one could
HIS G" OR... to say 3 times ever begrudge me the privilege of
'per day)- mentioning the great causee I
Oh God. of all Crei.tion, MAY CHRISTIU-.
We have seen the writing on the wall,
Grant all. the Leaders that will take over
The help to bu-ild- a Dominica
Where no -one will be oppressed i -
Give them Thy holy wisdom,.
That -they may not follow the footsteps of those who want to
Burn everyone who does-. not pray after their own fashions.
Teach them ,to know that they must not destroy 30 acres of
Bearing lime trees to'build a playing-ground.
Father teach tihem .th. they; may "not spen thouad thousandssands
r ''ectiVt4 e9f D6Tjars
of this poor country to take -trips &al1 6ewr thet WDbU, a
and leave the Hospital Without medicine..
Fa-ther irT-t ,theU.,Le ders who- will take over that they may not
"h~tp"ft8 Ei je^ (Ipeace
which. Dminica had before myself and my Government took over -
Andt~'t9the end of their journey they may say: I have done my duty
To God and my fellowmen.
SSo Let It Be.

A CHINESE PBOFER (tr.) heard over the. B.B.C. this week:-
"Those who drink from 'the well should remember those who
dug the well."








PageF Four TH E S
STATE OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT '
Schedule ef Applicatio'n for Certi-
ficate of Title .a& Noting thereon
-ate" oft Person Nn urfe o e1-9
Request PresentiTg quest whether
for a Certlicate. of Title 'or ot-
ing thereon or caveat


Request da- Barnard -Request for
ted 21est Carbon, the-issae of
April 1970 by his A First Certi-
Presented Solicd- ficate. of .Tit-
llth Octob- tor8 le hin*respect
er1978 at Armour, of ia portionof
11.30 a.m. Anour land in the
Harr!s height' of Wood-
ford Hill, Parish of St. Andrew,'ion-
taining 1.956 jres,and' bbunded as
folloows:-, .rth-East: land, of Attie
Edwards and Wilfr~ d Bruna;N~rth-West,
land of Cecil Dick; $outh-Ea~st: by
the Ravine; 'South-West; land of Clif.
ford Dic.k and-Fredrica- Carbn ,'.
Request da. C;emfent Request, for -the
ted 23rd' St' Ro iss -of &a First
August 1978 by. his Mrtif c ae: of
Presented Sol llth.octo-. tors-. of a-piece-or
ber 1978 Armour, parcel- of land
r"ourv at La Pla!ne-in
at ,11.05 4-Armour, t0 La 1Pltine iOf
Harria the Parish' of
-. -Spatrick 'on-
taining 38340 square feet and b0un-
ded as follows:- On' the -Nrth by a
Public Road and land of Benoit Vic-
torin; On the. East by land 6f Vern>.
icia Rodney'; 'On the. South by, a a Pub-
lic Road and land of Benoit yictora;
and On.the West by lands of Joseph
Lawrence, Benoit Victorin, and .,thel
Hurtault.
Schedule for week 21t
Request da- Crisford Request. for
ted 9th Oc- vidal by the issue. of
tober 1978 his Sol- a First Cert-
Presented icitor ifkcite, of -
17th Oct. Cilma A. .Titl-E.-in ree-
1978 at M. pect of apor-,
3.50 p.m.. Dupigny -tion of land
at Salisbury,in the Parish of -St.
Joseph, in the State of fDoninica'
containing 1.75 acres and bounded
as follows:- NJrth-East bt land 'of
Caymus Smith West by land pf Gaf-
field Ambo, Soutth-West by La Rivite
Coco searating it from land of'
Hayden Vidal and Harlette Scotland.


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T A R Frta,..October 27, 1978
schedule for wee, ending Oct.21 ctd.
Request da-,Eva Moran-equest for the
ted 15th cie by her issue of aFirs
Sept.1978 Solicitor Certificate of
Presented Cilma A.M. Title in res-
,19th Octo- Dpigny pect of a por-
ber 1978 tion of land
at 3.45 pm known as Cava-
lier, in the Parish of St.Patrick,
in the State of Dominiha., containing
11.83 acres and bounded as follows:-
North-West by a Road partly separa-
ting it from Lisdara.EstatQ; East by
land of Ferry Mcrancie and Ravine
Cavalier separating it from Lisdara
Estate; South by land of Ferry Mor-
Iancie;' West by land cf Ferry MoranCib
Request da- Edward F. iRequest for
ted 20th Paul & Delima the issue.!
March 1978 Paul as joint of a First:
Presented tenants by Certificate
19th Oct. their solici- of Title in
1978 at %or M.Eugenia respect ofi
1C.40 a.m. Charles a portion
of land known as A Lot situated at
iBSurne Village in the Parish cf St. ,
.John and containing 2.06 acres ~ad I
bounded as follows:- North- Land of
Johnson Jackson; North-Bastt Land of
Willie Joseph; West and, Suth-Bast:
Land ef Peterson Tom and Others.
Request da- Lissa Request for the
ted 26th Defoe issue of a Firsti
July 1978 by her Certificate of
Presented Solidi- Title in respect)
19th Oct. tor M. of a portion of
1978 at Eugenia land known as a
10.45 a.m. Charles residential lot
in Coulibistrie in the parish c(f St.
Joseph containing 1032.0 square
feet ahd bounded as fellows:- North:
by lands of Daniel Antony Joseph;
South: by lands mf Holman Shilling-
ford: Easts By Government of Domin-
ica (Play Ground); West:.by lands o
*f 'Liss Defoe' separated by right
2f way. ".w e na 1 Oct.8
equeme Request for
ted 23rd Alexander the issue -f
t.1978 byrbis a First Cert-
esented Solicitor ificate of
24th Oct. OCtma A. Title in res-
1978 at M. pect of a-po'
3.46 Dbui ny tion of land
known as a t at Kig Hill Berri-
coa, Grandba (continued on page 6)
For'CAVEAT NTE--- see 0age.Five







Fr~idav. er-t'n p 1 q78


THE


STATE OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
Schedule ef Applic'ation for. Certi-
ficate of Title and votingg thereon
for week ending; d3-1h oberl978
Date sf Person Nature if Re-
rouest presentinng .suest- .-hether
r a Certificate of. Title or Noti
therein br Cavea&t ,
Request -da- irederica Request for
ted 29th JObeph by the issue .f
Sept. 1978, he:. Solic- a First Cer-
presented 'itor Cilma t.ficate of
19th O'ct- A.M. TitleO in res.
ober .1978 Dupigny peot o' a
at 3._ _a portion- of
lana at Dubique, Calibishie, in the.
parish of St.Andrew, in the State
of Domini.c .containing 3765 square
feet and/bounded as follow.s:- N4orth:
by lanrd r Margdaeet Joseph; West.
by. land of Margaret Joseph; South:
by l?.nd of Ranald Charles; East by.
a Public, Road. '.,. :
Request da- Marjorie Request for
It dtc th L., -. AAa i


Clement
St.Rose
by his
Solici-
tors
Armour,
Armouri
& Harris


Request for
the issue of a
First Certifi-
cate of Title
in respect of
!a piece cr par-
cel f land at
La. Paine in


the parish of St.Patricic containing
39528 square feet, and bounded as
follows:- On the North by a Public
oRoad ari-aa Ph$,lert and


.T A R P Five
Request da- Mislyn Request for the
ted 28th Laville issue of a First
Sept. 1978 by her Certificate cf
presented Solici- Tit3e in reject
9th Octob- tor Cil- of a portion of
er 1978 at ma A.M, land at Lagoon,
.45fi p.m. fDupDigy portsmouth,, in
the Pari3h f Stt.Jbhn, it the State
of Domihia,? conetatning 1,040 square
feet and 'bounded as fbllows:-
North by land of Edison St. Jean;
East by land of Edison St.Jean;
South by land of Edison St.Jean;
West by land of Friendly Wallace.


Y- -III-.


Request' da-
ted 23rd,
August 1978
Presented
Ulth .Octob-
er 1978 at
11.15 a;n m
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EVERYONE' S TALKING ABOUT IT

*S*T*A*R*S;P*O*R0T*S* Morchriston
,CRICKET: INDIA-PAKISTAN DRAWN
The first test match between pakistan
and India in It years ended in a draw
like the4r previous 12 encounters.
Zaheen Abbas (bespectacl.4 right han-
der)had shared 'in 2 record-breaking
partnerships and' the higlhet indiv..al
score.* pakistan; batted -first 503
for 8 d ec-o. Z.Abbas- 176 and Ja ved-
MiUandad 154 nS.e. (255 for 4th wkt.)
India replied with 462 'fez- 9 decl.
G.Vishwanath 145;Gavasacr 89. ,
pegi-stanl.hattir1^ ma flr y.-i


STATE OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
Sn 1e e f-orl' week ending Oct. 28th
Applc. Of Thomas Alexander ctdl.
in the Parish' rf St.Patrick, in,thE
Stfte *f.Dominica, cntainitg- 6313
square feet, -nd bounded as follows:-
North-East: by land of the Heirs of
John Melle; South-East: by a Public
Road separating it from land of
Maria Stuart; South-West: by land of
Joseph Henderson; West: by land of
Ceaenci &Ab aham and He liha Thomas.
Request da- Paul 1*j Request for
ted 6th Oc- by his the issue of
tober 1978 Solicitor a First Cert-
presented .ilma A. ifitate of
24th OCt. M. Title in res.
1978 at Dupigny. peet of a por-
3.55 p.m, tion of land
at More June, in the Parish of St.
David,in the State of Dominica, con-
taining 0.945 acre land bounded as
folilowst- North: By lands of Benoit
Martin and: Beltimie Cadette; East:By
iAa^ *< qw^-p^^ *'ftlJ& 1 "- 10- i *i"**


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preve btd.


Sept.1..978' by her i First Cev-
Presented icitcrs Cm titic ate of
9thctob- A.M,. Title ,in et-
er 1978 at Pupigny peo Of. a.
3.35 a.mr. prtiton _tf
iMrTzow T a TLoT "Oettg Head,
in the Parish of St.Mark, in the
State of Dominica, containing 5471
square feet and bounded as follmiws:-
North-4West by. the Sea; North-East byj
land ef Alma Gachette; South-East by
lande of Cherry, John Lewis; South-.
West by :&nds cf Mathilda John Lewis
and Tcm Elie.
Reque st -1 Whyrte Tiitre Rsque st for
ted 20th and PhyUise the issua
Sept~l978 Titre by ef a First
Presented their Soli- Certificate
10th Octo- citpr cOima lf Title In
ber 1978at .. AM- respect Af
3.840 p.m. iDTiy I a portien
of land at Wes.ey, in the Parish
of St.Andrew in the State of Domin-
ica containlni 14105 square feet
and bounded as f2c.llost- North, by
lard of Ra,mond Pr"e st and Laine
Prevost; South by a. Bblic R-oad;
East by a Ravine. &rd land of line
Prevost; West by land of dynthia


ROSEAU .


Ephraim F. Geerges, Registrar of
STitles.
NOTE: Any person who desires to ob-
ject to the ateuing ef a Certific*e
of, Title on the -abre applications
may enter a Caveat in the'above
office within six weeks from the
date of the first appearance of
these Sched-les in the Star nws -
paper published in this State or
from the ,date when the notice pre-
scribed by law: as last served on
any cocupant mf adjoining lands in
respect of which these applications
were made.


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Emicia Beaupierr'; On B y
lands #f Enic ia Beaupierrd and
Jerviei ,John. aptiste; -o the ,South
by land of Joseph Philbert; and
on the West.by a public Road. and
land nf Heirs of Henry Philbert,


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HOUSE OF- ASSEMBLY.
T'h Huse .i -er~' at Government
eadquarter at 10 a.m. on Tuesday
ctober 24th, 1978, aud passed the
;Carib Reserve Bill to givz them tit4


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ed264run (loss f 4 wkta).aheen Public Road separating it from land
96 and'A. Iopal 104 putting on 152 fm of MaximA Matthew; West: By land of
the 3rd wicket (another reoord)4 *At &Aat ha Pascal.. __
the close, India were 43 without I:assa Request da- Phillip Request for
Z.Abbas was man oef the match. ted 16th Oc- John the.issue of
The MCC t*uring team left for their tobe' 19'78 Lewisty a First Cer-
Australiah: tour earlier -this week. Presented his Sol- ificate of Ti-
FOOTBALL: weekends only'- one match 23rd Ot. icitor tie in respect
(DGS Grounds). Cash & Carry LiberatecS 1978 at Cilma A of a portion
lest 1-2 t* Victoria Stars. Rain wat- 3.45 p.mi MDupig ef land at
erlegged field for one match; )n two atria, Grand Bay, in the Pakish of
others,no teams turned up. StPatricks in the State of Dominica,
SA programme far Independence is containing 22,500 square feet and
scheduled for Reseau,and later an eve bounded aS follows;- North by a Ray-
ning of boxing between local and Bar- iie separating it from lands of Alex-
bados boxer has been promoted by Len-andrin Thomas, Luke & Joseph Eugene;
nex R*yer ad Eric Sealy -East by land of Vincent Alexander;
ATHLETICS: A schools athletics meet South by an Access Road separating
at Windsor Perk part *f Ind.celebra it from land of Marie C.Eugene;WVest
tions. Beys Girls training hard. by land cf Joseph Paul.
LOCAL CRICKET The Deminica Cricket For CAVEAT NOTE please see page 5)
Association's AGM will be held on' tSBRiEFS: The Pope and President
Niv.lth at Gfedwill Parish Hall. Giscar6 d'Estaing of France met in
Qricketers' 4: ricket-lovers please Rome. The American $ fell t3 a new
te informed. low after President Carter's wage-
EARLY INM.AR V t Prinme Minister sales address.*St Lucia will not be-
Gairy with tW. Friday; Mrs.Verna come a Republic, will retain a Gov.-
erichlew & husband; Gma-born Estelle General- Jamaica plans Republican
giach and husband she is ir I status 6y
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15~j FIfteen Oenytn


BRITAIN TO inVE DOMINICA 10 MILLTO
DEVELOPMENT~ T T.D O I'DEP"EDY~CE D W.
(EC $53.. MILLION)
In a British paper, we fead that fol-
lowing talks between British and
Dominican representatives on 3-5 Oct.
and in kiew of the development plan
pressed 'by Dominica, UK agreed to
give the sum mentioned above, and to
continue spec.finance aid until 30th
June .1981: 1978/9 FC$2.5m; 1979/80
$2.0m; 1980/81 $1.0m., as well as
budgetary aid for the 1st part of
Dominica's financial year 1978/79.
Of the 10 million in the head-
line,, this is for te, ithe lwOilao..


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IDI AMIT ANTD THE WRICANS
Idi Amin of Uganda has threatened
to take revenge on the 150 TTS citi-
zens (mostly missionaries)in Tganda.
This follows a trade cut-off by USA.
He also charges Tanzania with in-
vasion,


ROSEAT TOW COTNCTL WORKERS 2 day
strike. They are asking for back
pay. The Fayor states'it will all
be over by Monday and won' affect ,
.Thae indtaftla~. .Gai*c hfi^^ io'f..


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PI II I T EA Frda t I3I I .iI


THE FUTURE OF THE BVI -Alister Hugheg
Tucked away in the north-east corner
of the Caribbean, the British Virgin
Islands (BVI)-provide an interesting
aspect of Westihdian development.
They posses a delightfully peace-
ful atmosphere. Against the back-
ground of the rebt of the Common-
wealth Caribbean, the quality of *
life seems exceptionally high. And,
they are relatively rich. But,- the
BVI's development is based oh cir-
cumstances which may not b.e durable,
and the future is unpredictable.
The BVI is one of Britain's few
remaining Caribbean colonies. Com-
prised of about 50 attractive ilaris
some half dozen -of which are inhab-
ited, 90% of the territory's 11',000
people are on the 'capital island of
Tortola. The area is ideal fr -yacht-
ing and, located .clo a to the US
Virgin Islands .(USVI) the BVI att-.
racts many 4meri can vi sitr s.
Lucrative tourism is not the only
--~:.- -C &ro*+ ^ncvyjm4*r *t anj^.. ^


residence in the USVI was cut
off, there would be a population
increase and a dollar earning de-
crease, and tourism alone couldn't
maintain the present level of the
standard of living.
From another aspecttoo, BV Is-
landers couldn't face "the crisis
of economic collapse. They have
none of the institutions (taken Ibr
granted elsewhere) for mobilizing
citizens to face and deal with rm.1-
ities if their situation. There are
no trade unions to ensure fdir wges
for workers at hotels, in marinas
and in the commercial community.
And there are no properly establish-
ed political parties to express the
will of the people. Politics is a
game people play just before Gener-
al Elections and forget until it's
time to go to the polls again.
Demonstration
But, in the area of pol t.cs,there
is a suggestion of awakniLrng PVI
awarenesss* hi ma_ her-ald m tre Im


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Fr~idav. October 13. 1978




two Governments; :the f fitbt 95 Wiltz t
be on grent ,ers.- The ter." "We hold a contract it tem
second 5in will be on interest-free says the eayor, who 'declared he will
loan terms,, repayable over 25 years' not stand for re-election(after" ov-
including a grace period of 7 years. etber 30, when his term is up).
The United Kingdom undertook that -
the technical cooperation programme 1VEDTCAL BO3ARD APPO~ITTD: as frdm
would continue for an indefinite sept 1, for atwo year period,
period; additional to other forms of It is chaired by CMO Dr.John Wiray
aid. and includes Doctors Mclntyre and
"IT'S NOT A GOLDE HANDSHAtE' Green, Dentist Williams and drug-
So 6aid Premier John to the people gist r. A. Jolly. a
ef Dominica. He said he had hoped ATMR ELECITOF TOYORROW
for 200 million. AMOTHR POPE E IO T 1OMORO
iui~~ 01u C7iln -d ,_._ --tv 'r-


NONIEY SPENDING OF INDEPED1'SCE
We understand that $98,o00 will be
spent on the road to Island House
and on fixing up 20 rooms there for
Government guests. Also that paint-
the roots of all public buildings
(Harris points) white will cost the


on Saturday morning uvcr- LJ o.u-
.inals will foregather behind'seal-
ed doors to eleet a replacement for
Pope John Paul. They want another
smiling Pontiff and in good health.
CYRRS TVATCE IN BARBADOS -:for talks
with Adams & Ford on Naval base,,
1-


exchequer $b5,00U. O R S A L
One Land Rover, Short Wheel Base,
in working order. May be inspected at Nelville Hall Estate Monday to
Friday between 8:00 a.a. and A.00 p.m. eaob day. Offers to purchase
should bt forwared to Manager,
Doalnca N 'oaagtht Atutheaity, 30 Bth Readl RO




*a'to h'8 brxl v Ian ^Tbrant poJltical activity ean lay
ders have few restrictions on travel fouaions of a community cons
.to the USVI and many find work there. of its responsibility for its futre.
The USVI also absorbs the population Nobody is yet demanding "El".-deter-
spill-over and it' is almost a way c~ mination" and, independence" but
life for BV Islanders to find resi- three months ago, there was a public
dence in the USVI, PuertU Rico and demonstration against the Governor.
the United States. BVI's uniemploy- A.man found guilty of a brutal
ment. situation is' thus eased andthe murder had his eath sentence cem-
economy.is' boosted by American mon- muted to life-imprisonment by the
ey remitted home from abroad. Governor. This enraged BV Isla,,d3rs.
Dangerous Their protest march didn't affect
However, BV Islandere do not have the Governor's decision but it did
these facilities as of right.Until' show an awakening interest in hav-
now, US authorities have recognized ing things done in -.he BVI as BV
the close family ties between the Islanders want it.'
USVI and the BVI and have given BV The future for the BVI is uncer-
Islanders privileges almost as ftA tain and, with their comfortable
they are US citizens. But it wold US oriented economy, they sem to
be dangerous to count on this advan have little in common with the Car-
tageous situation lasting for ever. ibbean Community (CARICOM). They
If population and job pressures are, however, as WVstin.ian as the
build too high in the USVI, BV Is- rest of s. Unlikely as it now ap-
landers could find the door closed ersand fragmented as CARICOM
toIf that happened, BV pears and fragmented as CAI!COM
to them. If that htppned, BV is history may yet prove that we
Islanders couldn't cope with the al share-a common destiny.
economic collapse that would follow.
The islands are geared completely St.-eorges,
to tourism and agriculture 'is aost Grenada ..
nen-existent. Basic fo ds mint' e 3rd October '178
imported. If A.cees to jobs andr .----- _








S- i .y II J, J
THE FUTURE OF THE BVI -Alister Hughea residence in the USVI was cut
ff AJ. h VUL ~~ ~ULTlf


Tucked away in the north-east corner u, IU I-V U. Do e population
of the Caribbean, the British Virgin increase and a dollar earning de-
Islands (BVI)-provideaan interesting crease and tourism alone couldn't
Islands (BVI)provd an iterestirg maintain the present level of th-e
aspect of Westindian development. standard of living.
They posses a delightfully peace- Framnoer aspecttvin B s-
ful atmosphere. Against the back- From anotherudn't fae tt Bc Is-
ground of the re8t of the Common- landers couldn't face %2he crisis
ead of e bt of the Common- of economic collapse. They have
wealth Caribbean, the quality of. 1. none of the institutions (taeien4 br
life seems exceptionally high. And granted elsewhere) for mobillsing
they are relatively rich. But,- the citizens to face and al With
BVI's development is based ohi cir- citizens to face and deal with X..1-
Sdevelmen based o cir- cities f their situation. There are
ctmstances which may not be durable, no trade union to ensure a nTe wreae
and the future is unprectble for workers at hotels, in marinas
The BVI is one of Britain's few and in the commercial community.
remaining Caribbean colonies. Coi n thee eoer
prised-of about 50 attractive ia e political parties to eress the
some half dozen -of which are inhab- d political paies to s h
cited, 90% of the territory's 11000 will of the people, Politics is a
people are on thtercapital island of game people play just before Gener-
people are on the-capital island of al Elections and forget until it's
Tortola. The area is ideal for yacht- time to go to the polls again.
ing and, located .cl s to the US o
Virgin Islands .(USVI) the BVI att-. Demonstration
racts many 4merican visitors. But, in the area of pol.tics,there
Uerul 1C, Z4 the only isa aigestion cf awakLtr.g BVI
.10 .qS i~i slan- rant itai-4 activity and lay
deew&M~*ef' z etrictions on travel foundatlons, of a. community conseaUs
' .to the USVI ans many find ork te. of its responsibility for its future
SThe USVI also absorb the populatitn body is yet demanding ".Ealf-deter-
spill-over and it' is almost a waycq mination" and "independence", but
life fr BV Islanders to find resi- three months ago, there was a public
dence in the USVI, Puerto Rico and demonstration against the Governor.
the United States. BVI's unemploy- A man found guilty of a brutal
ment- situation is' thus eased andthe murder had his 4axt sentence com-
economy is boosted by American mon- muted to life-imprisonment by the
ey remitted home from abroad. Governor. This enraged BV Islal.dors.
Dangerous Their protest march didn't affect
However, BV Islanders do not have the Governor's decision but it did
these facilities as of right.Until' show an awakening interest in hav-
now, US authorities have recognized ing things done in ,he BVI as BV
the close family ties between the Islanders want it.
USVI and the BVI and have given BV The future for the BVI is uncer-
Islanders privileges almost as ~sgh tain and, with their comfortable
they are US citizens. But it would S oriented economy they sem to
be dangerous to count on this advan-US oriented economy, they seen to
be dangerous to count on this advan- have little in common with the Car-
tageous situation lasting for ever. ibbean Community (CARICOM). They
If population and job pressures are however as W.-stin.ian as the
build too high in the USVI, BV Is- rest of s. nlikly as it now ap-
landers could find the door closed pears and fragmented as CARICOM
tepeas and fragmented as CARICOM
to them. 'If that happened7 BV is history may yet prove that we
Islanders couldn't cope with the a share a common destiny.
economic collapse that would follow. .
The islands are geared completely t.Georges,
to tourism and agricultiure 'is- al st Grenada..
nen-existent. Basic fods hdt'Obe 3rd October I678
impoted. If eceaes to jobs ant.,
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RfhSEARCH INSTITUTE
FOR THE STUDY OF MAN
162 EAST 78 STREET
NEW YORK 21, N, kJo 's

Telephone: Editr .- 2610 gf fT DRkHW
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LagndonW~V EiA, ENGLAND. Editor hullis Shand AllfeyT e to wn
Vol, XXI I 1o.14 Friday.. October 13, 1978 15. g fteen Ge ."
BRITAIN TO IVE DOMINICA 10 MII.LIOT TTR ISLAND THAT,'RVETED TO CHANGE
DEVELOPMENT ^TD OF PIDEPE~ DCE -: ITS SEX by Rose 0
(EC $53.4 MILLION) See Page Three
In a British paper, we fead that fol- "- ........ .
lowing talks between British and IDI AMIT AND THE MERICATS
Dominican representatives on 3-5 Oct. Idi Amin of Uganda has threatened
and in diew of the development plan tn take revenge on the 150 TTS citi-
pressed by Dominica, UK agreed to zens (mostly missionaries)in Uganda.
give the sum mentioned above, and to This follows a trade cut-off by USA.
continuespec.finance aid until 30th He also charges Tanzania with in-
June.1981: 1978/9 EC$2.5m; 1979/80 vasion,
$2.Om; 1980/81 $1.0m., as well as ROSEAT TO' CONCIL WORKMS 2 day
budgetary aid for the st part of strike. They are asking for back
Dominica's financial year 1978/79. pay The vayor states +t will all
f1 the 9?10 mmili Of the 10 million in the head- be over by Monday. and won'-n affet f
line, this is for the, i at ..... ,

two Goveraments; the f l..t.5it h "'
be mn grant teres., The. ter." "e hold orft,~ it 't er,:';
second ibm will be on interest-free says the Mayor, who declaredd he ill
loan terms,: repayable over 25 years not stand for re-election(after ov-
including a grace period of 7 years, ember 30, when his term is up).
The United Kingdom undertook that
the technical cooperation programme ImEDICAL BOARD APPOirFTD: as from
would continue for an indefinite sept 1, for atwo year period,
period; additional to other forms of It is chaired by CMO Dr.John Wray
aid. and includes Doctors Mclntyre and
"IT'S NOT A GOLDE63 HA1TDSFHAWE Green Dentist Williams and drug-
- So said Premier John to the people gist Mr. A. Jolly.
ef Dominica. He said he had hoped ArPHER POPE ECTION TOMORROW
for 200 million. A POPE ELECTION TOMORROW
for 200 miion._______ On Saturday morning over 100 Card-
MONEY SPENDING O0 INDEPEDF:D'CE inals will foreg8ther behind seal-
We understand that $98,000 will be ed doors to eleet a replacement for
spent on the road to Island House Pope John Paul, They want another
and on fixing up 20 rooms tIere for smiling Pontiff and in good health.
Government guests. Also that paint- CYRUS 'VAWCE IN BARBADOS -'for talks
the roots of all public buildings with Adams & Ford on Naval base.,
(Harris paints) white will cost the -
exchequer $85,000. / F 0 R S A LE
One Land Rover, Short Wheel Base,
in working order. May be inspected at Melville Hall Estate Monday to
Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. each day. Offers to purchase
should bt forwarded to Manager,
Dominica a aage t AuthrtyBath Road, R095 -







7'riday, October ei, 1978 THE
STATE OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
Schedule ef.Application for. Certi-
ficate of Title end Noting thereon
for week endsinb"g '
Date ef Person I Natur'e if Re.-
reoue st Presenting juest .-.hether
(ir a Certificate -of. Title or Noting
there n br Caveat '
Reque st da- rederica 'Request for
ted 29th Joseph..by the issue of
Sept. 1978h he-. Solic- a First Cer-
Presented -,tr. r ima +t.*s*a+


1th 0t- A.M.- Titl- in- re. West by land of Frieny Wallace
ber 1978 Dupigny peot of a
a t 3.S p1 portion- of Request da- Clement Request for
lanJ at Dubique, CaliBishie, in the ted 23rd St.Rose the issue of a
Parish of St.Andrew, in the State August 1978 by his First Cortifi-
of Dominics, containingg 3765 square Presented Solici- cate of Title
: feet ad..,bounded as follU s:- North: Ulth Oclob- tors in respect of
by land ~f M-argaret JMaTph; West; er 1978 at Armour, a piece or par-
by. land of Margaret Joseph; South: 11.15 a Armour. ee f landat
by lend of Ronald Charles; East by y rris La. Paine in
a Public- Road. : the Parish of St.Patrticik otaining
So t d 98 square feet, and bounded as
Request da-: Marjrie. iReqiest for Tollows_-. On the North by a Public
M L.... Is Mariana Ph$lbert'and
Sept.. .978 by her Soi-a4 Firat Ce0. So a Beaup rr; Oh thi Xaet zy
Presented icitcr, Cma!tifleate of lands *f enica Beaupierre and
9th Octob- A.M, Title-in r.eJ- ervier Jnhn Baptiste; on the South
er 1978 at 'uptgny pek If a by land of Joseph Philbert; and
3.35 .m. portion 4f on the West. by a public Road. and
RPTad wh s aLo.-a"-VSoott9 Head, land of Heirs-of Henry Philbert,
in the parish of St.Mark, in .the-e -- ,- _-
State of Dominica, containing 6471 H USE OF- ASSEMBLY t
square feet and bounded as follws:- a nveme
North-Westfby. the Sea; -North-East by The Huseat Gvrnmed
&lnd of Alma Gachette; Sjuth-East b adquarters at 10 a.m osed thesy
I1&1r~ jf' Qene'rry John ewi~s South. tjober 24th, 1978t ai-w passed the
lan of Cherry John Lewis; South. Carib Reserve Bill to givt them tit
West bniy 'nds of Mathilda .John Lewis oOF O O-
land Tom ZEli4. R GIS TRAR' S OFF ICE, ROSEAU
( ---- ROSEAU-


Request d--i Wyy Titr Request for
ted 20th a&d Phyl2sae the issuw
Sept,1978 Titre by ef a First
Presented their Soli- Certificate
10th Oct- citpr Oi3ma Iof Title in
ber 1978at Aw., respect of
3.40 p.m. DipUpay a portion
of land at Weasey, in the parish
of St.Andrew in the State of Domin-
ica containing 14105 square feet
and bounded as fc.llcwst- North by
lard of Rae :mond Pr-vost and Laine
pr-eAost; South by a Public Road;
East by a Ravine &rd land of -aine
prevost; West by land of dynthia
prevost. ,
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Ephraim F. Georges, Registrar nf
Titles.
NOTEI Any person who desires to ob-
ject to /the iasuing, *f .Certifilca
of. Title on the -abhe applications
may enter a Caveat in the'above
office within six weeks from the
date of the first appearance of
these Sch6edules in the Star news -
paper published in this State or
from the date when the notice pre-
scribed by law:was last served en
any occupant ef adjoining lands in
respect of which these applications
were made.
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5.T? AR Pe Five
Request da- Mislyn Request for the
ted 28th Laville issue of aFirst
Sept. 1978 by her Certificate of
Presented Solici- Title in respect
9th Octob- tor Cil- of a portion of
er 1978 at- ma A.M. land at Lagcon,
3.45. p.m., DuIg4 v PIortsmouth,, in
the Paridh orf St. John it the State
of Domihiqe, containing 1,040 square
feet and bounded as fbllows:-
North by land of Edison St. Jean;
East by land of Edison St.Jean;
South by land of Edison $t.Jean;









STATE OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
HAVE YOQ READ THE LATEST cnhdule for week ending Oct. 28th
Applic. of Thomas Alexander ctd,.
Y-- Ba' 1I0oMMC-< in the Parish 0f St.Patric, innthe.
,, St fte ef Dominica, cntainig- 6313
1 square feet, 'nd bounded as follows:-
North-East: by land of the Heirs of
John Melle; South-East: by a Public
Road separating it from land of
Maria Stuart; South-West: by land of
EVERYONE'S TALKIIG ABvUT IT Joseph Henderson; West: by land of
S......._ '' r -o"- Creenci Ab aham and He ha Thomas.
*S*T*A*R*S*P*O*R*T*S* Morchriston Request da- Paul Bel- Request Tor
CRICKET: INDIA-PAKISTAN DRAWN ted 6th Oc- by his the issue of
The first test match between Pakistan tober 1978 Solicitor a First Cert-
and India in IT years ended in a drw presented Cilma A. ifieate of
like their previous 12 encounters. 24th Oct. M. Title in res-
Zaheen Abbas bespectacledd right han- 1978 at Dupigny. peet of a por0
der)had shared 'in 2 record-breaking 3.55 p.. tin of land
partnerships and. the highest indiv al at Morne June, in the Parish of t.
cre stanl.bate,- st 03 atMoe une, in th Parish of St.
efor 8 de kis s ta .Abat6 and l Oved David in the State of Dominica, con-
Miandar d 1-54 n. (2655 for 4?th' kt.) training 0.945 acre and bounded as
India re lied with 462 fe6r 9 decl. follswt- North: By lands of Benoit
G.ViBwa -G45 'Gvascar8 aM8 and Beltime Cadette East: By
ed 264 runs lossese f 4 wkt).aheen PublictRoad separating it from land
96 and' A,*Iobl- 104 putting on' 182 fr Mdrxix Matthew; West: By land of
the 3rd wicket (another record). *At -a Pt ascal.
the close,India were 43 without Ilsa% Request da- Phillip request for
Z.Abbas was man of the match. ted 16th Oc- John the. issue of
The MCC touring team left for their tober 197?8 Lewisby a First Cer-
Australiah tour earlier -this week. Presented his Sol- ificate of Ti-
FOOTBALL:- eekende only- one match 23rd Oet. icitor tie in respect
(DGS Grounds). Cash & Carry Liberatrs 1978 at Cilma A of a portion
lost 1-2 t# Victoria Stars. Rain wat- .45 D.m M.Dupin of land at
erlogged field for one match; on two Ptria, Grand Bay, in the Paish of
others,ne teams turned up'. St.Patrickf in the State of Dominica,
SA prograqie for Independence -is containing 22,500 square feet and
scheduled for Reseau,and later 'n eve bouned as follows:- North by a Rav-
ning of beozng between- local and Bar- ine separating it from lands of Alex-
bados boxet hias been promoted by Len andrin Thomas, Luke & Joseph Eugene;
nex Royer W4 Eric Sealy East by land of Vincent Alexander;
ATHLET CS: schools athletics meet South by an Access Road separating
at- Widsor Prk part of Ind.celebra it from land of Marie C.Engene;VWest
tiins. Beys :Girls traiinng hard. y land cf Joseph Paul.
LCAL CRICKETi The Dominica Cricket (or CAVEAT NOTE please see age )
association s AGM will be held on' WSBREFS: The Pope and President
Nv.jlth at G edwill parish Eall. Giscard d'Estaing of France met in
Cricketers' : cricket-lovers please Rome. The American $ fell to a new
informed. ---- low after President Carter's wage-
ARLY IND. ARev Prime Minister sales address.*St Lucia will not be-
Gairy with t Friday; Mrs.Verna come a Republic, will retain a Gov.-
eriehlew & husband: Ghna-b.rn Estelf General Jamai a plans Republican
Dice and usa she is r r status' y-
an Printed & Published by the Proprietp-
lfrey of Mill House,Cpt Hall, at 26 Bath Rd.Reseau Deminica n'


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Friday, October 13,1978 T H E STA R page Three
Short Story: THE ISLAND THAT REFUSED TO CHiaGE ITS SEX
by ROSE -0
When Dominique heard over her own national radio that they were
calling her a "Fatherland" she nearly went crazy. Mark you, she'd
had a hint of it -2efore, years ago, when someone aspiring to virile
leadership had described her as a "Sleeping Giant". *But what of it?
Sh- told hePself thein,- a G,3ant can be female; they don't add "ess" on
to words these days a poet is' a poet, regardless' of sex, not a poetess;
.the same applied to au:thobs, and who has ever heard of a Doctoress? Or
- in politic. a Ministeress? "Long ago," she said, "I was known as
the Cinderella of the West Indies... and the Sleeping beauty."
However this Fatherland ward was a nasty shock. She fumed; the
fumes rose up' from the sulphur springs, and the boiling lake let Cut
enormous clouds of grey mist'. Dominique, in a rage, stretched her
beautiful swelling curves and got on her feminine volcanic tube t* her
sister Lucie across'the sea. Lucie was startled. "Yes, I heard it too?
Dominique," she said. "I was ahead. I thought you were becoming like
those queer people in Europe and America who change their sex..."
"Never'. cried Dominique in her most'hysterical voice. "For hun-
dreds of years I have been a woman-island, it's not now they are going
to change me upt Look at my shape my dress my decorationals She
started to weep, and her clear tears mingled with the sweat of three
hundred and more rivers ahd streams'.
Lucie said: "It's a maco's idea or a panse ya that ts Wlat,.;
Dominique moaned: "Or someone from the Sovlet Union or GirtaMr,
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page yr _T H E STAR ria. Qc Qb _1978
Schedule week ending Oct 7 ctd
STATS OF DOMINICA A. application of -aud paul continued
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT South-West: Land of Theolard Toulon;
Schedule of Application for Certi- North-West: A Ravine.
ficate of Title and Noting thereon Request da. Bellet Request fcr the
for week ending 7th 0ctcber 1978 ted 8th Rodney issue cf a First
Date ff Person Nature of Re- August 1978 ty his Certificate of
Requestlpresenting' quest whether Presented Sciici- Title'in respe ct
for a Certific.ate of Title or Not- 5th October tAer M. of a portion *f
ing tHereon or Caveat 178 at Eugnia lana at LaPlaine
Request da- Cacilia Request forl.1C a.m, Charles in the Parish of
ted 25th Winston the issue ef'StPatrick ccntaining 3241 square
Sept. 1978 as pers- First Certi eet and bounded as follcws:- NWrth:
Presented onalrep- ficate of fLand of Matthias Vigilant; Sou ;.h:
5th OCewba resenta- Title in re Land of Bellot Rcdney; East: Right-of
1978 at tive of pect of a -Way separating it _frm land of R.C.
8,50 a.m. Agnita portion of Chiuch; West: Land cf .Catherine Vii-i
Rolle by her Sol-ici- land known lant.
ter M. Eugenia -Charles as a Lot at Request.-da- erry Request for the
Laudat in the parish of St.George ted 15th ancieissue of a First
containing .290 acre and bounded a pril 1978 by his Certificate of
follows:- North -A Road separating Presented Selicit Title in respect
it from land 'if Felix Rolle, Cecil-5th October Cilmn A. of a portion of
Ia Winston and Cylma Green; S'Ah 1978 at f M. Du- land krn;'n as
East). Land of Vernie Lawrence; f _A p1 y Cavalier;in the
"%- -^.& U ^ IY ft AHH-H. Pm fl a t t Asmn h D^ ~ r P_ -_in t~he .qt-4-A-




"Well darling sister, we are-wtth yeu, eaid Lucle. And.. to chrer
up Dominique she started humming the Soviet Fatherland song "Fatherland ,
of Mine, so vast and' spacious"and the worst of the German Vaterland
songs. Their talk faded away in giggles, thinking of how smarl they were.
SYet that night Dominique was really troubled. Thunder clouds hov-
ered over her lovely shape with its curves, mounds, dimples and long.
ravine stretching limbs. She could not sleep in peace. For so long -
even before troublesome little people from all over the world started to
inhabit her she had been a woman-island; -and she was really proud that
the little people's women had also become a power: they had brought up
their children most often without help of careless men; they had sowed
and reaped the soil, carried headloads they were strong.
Dominique thought of Pelee. "I can't blow them all up,not my
friends as well...." Yet just the same, she was so enraged that the
proposition -wa tempting. *"But first of all, 'bo make them think, I'll
put on a drought.,
In the middle of the long dry season, Lucie came through en the
volcanic blower. "Have you hard you are getting independence, and are
to be a commonwealth?" Dominique was derisive."l've always been in-
dependent: ask the Caribs, the the ghosts of the Arawdks. As to common-
wealIth, I am an eancommonwoaan island, and my wealth is my fertility.The
day they start ripping do.n all my trees that will be the time for me
to act.,. But she was again troubled, .ust the same.
So she lay there, the (C-it bbean a silken robe around her, ready to
burst forth in a fury if they called her a fadeland" again. "Then,"
she said .her r oh voico laden with b irdong, 'I'1 really let iff
steam. 11ll boil over. That will. teach them to call a woman-island
by a n' ale -name.. o',drnss. knows what will be the end of it... I hear they
hps-. a worLai as an opposition leader. I yih I could ta3Jlk humLan talk to
hei. I virould warn her Ond all her woman r ens. But I have rnly my
nature voices and my nature weapons. However -" Dominique sighed in
the first shower of rain, and stretched,-"those are the strongest
weapons of all."




rvlrl- -- -* '--n --^TO WWrr -
ing t from' a d.of, A41el Dav
Request da- Rosetta Request for
ted 13th- Rolle & the issue of
March -1978 Seaford a First Cert-
presented Rolle as ificate of
5th Octber -joint Title in res-
1978 at tenants pect of a por.
9.00 a.m. by their tion of land
Solicitor M.Eugenia at Morne Rac-
Charles quette, in the
Parish of St. Joseph' containing
3,043 square feet and bounded as
follows:- North-East: Batalie Es-
tate: North-Wests Batalie Estate
and l ands of Clancy Benjamin;South-
East: A right of way separating it',
from land of Canty Vidal;West:ist ad
Request da- Maud Request for
ted 25th Paul the issue of a
Sept.1978 by her First Certifi-
presented Solic-- cate of Title
5th Oct. itor M. in respect of
1978 at Eugenia a portion of
10.45 a.mr. *Charles .land at Coul-
i-s10tre-in ne P ari~ish of St.Jeseph
containing 3,616 square feet and
bounded as follows:- East: Land of
Caina Alexander & lonie Fagan*Suth
A Right of Way separating it fr-m
land of Landa Elit; (see next cel.


daveat ifcte will be found on page 6
NOTICE OF APPLICATION. FOR LIQUOR !'
S'-LICESCE r
To the Magistrate District "E" and
SChief ef Pcjlce-

,. Watson Esprit .now .resi.di. -g at
Campbell, Parish af .St. paul, do
hereby give- you net ice that it is
my intentieT to apply at the Magis-
trate 's Court tc b' held at Rosaau
en Monday the 2nd day of October
1978 answiVg for--a-etail Liquor
Licence in respect of my premises
at Campbell, Parish of St. Paul.
Dated the 23th day of SNptember,
1978.


~BB~rr~F---


i b.-votfilijca, c "ntaoflsg 30.594 acres
a bounded as follows.- East by
lands 6f Eva Morancie, Relina La-
fleur ani Lisdara Estate; S th by
Ravine Grandlgue separating it from
Liberty Estate; South-West by Ravine
Grandigue separating I t from Liberty
Estate; -est b yLisdara Estakte.


i


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Short Story: THE ISLAND THAT REFUSED TO CHi XE ITS SEX
by ROSE '
When Dominique heard over her own national radio that they were
calling her a "Fatherland" she nearly went crazy. Mark you, she'd
ha.d a hint of'it beforee years ago, when someone aspiring to virile
leadership had described her as a "Sleeping Giant".'- But what of it?
Sh' told hePself- then,- a G-iant can be female; they- don't add "ess" on
to words these days a poet is' a poet, regardless of sex, not a poetess;
.the same applied to authors, and who has ever heard of a Doctorese? Or
in politico a Ministeress? "Long ago," she said, "I was known as
the Cinderella of the West Indies... and the Sleeping beauty."
However this Fatherland ward was a nasty shock. She fumed; the
fumes rose up' from the sulphur springs, and the boiling lake let out
enormous clouds of grey mist'. Daminique, in a rage, stretched her
beautiful swelling curves and got on her feminine volcanic tubte St her
sister Lucie across'the sea. Lucie was startled. "Yes, I heard it too?
Dominique," she said, "I was a9hadd.. I thought you were becoming like
those queer people 'in Europe and America who change their sex...*
"Neveri-: cried Dominique in her most hysterical voice. "For hun-
dreds of years I have been a woman-island, it's not now they are going
to change me upt Look at my shape' my aress my decorations" She ,
started to' weep, and her clear tears mingled with the sweat of three
hundred -and more rivers had streams'.
Lucie said:t "Its a maco' idea or a& pa 8, that's.what.: ..
Dominique moaned: "Or someone from the o8Vet UtIon or GBaipn,.*
,-MenAt army _.s ae & ..I Mha g -fi
"Well darling sister, we are-with yau, said Lucle.. And to chq"e
up Dominique she started humming the Soviet Fatherland song "Fatherland
of Mine, so vast and' spacious"and the worst of the German Vaterland
songs. Their talk faded away in giggles, thinking of how sma4l they were.
Yet that night Dominique was really troubled. Thunder clouds horv
ered over her lovely shape with its curves, mounds, dimples and long.
ravine stretching limbs. She could not sleep in peace. For so long -
even before troublesome little people from all over the world started to
inhabit her she had been a woman-island; and hbe was really proud that
the little people's women had also become a power: they had brought up
their children most often without help of careless men; they had sowed
and reaped the soil,-carried headloads they were strong.
Dominique thought of Pelee. "I can't blow them all up,not my
friends as well.-.." Yet just the same, she was so enraged that the
proposition.ww& tempting. -*"But first of all, to~ mai e them think, I'll
put on a drought.' .
In the middle of the long-dry season, Lucie came through en the
volcanic blower. "Have you hard you are getting independence, and are
to be a commonwealth?" Dominique was derisive,"I've always been in-
dependent: ask the Caribs, the the ghosts of the Arawaks. As to ccmmon-
wealth, I am an anconmorwommn island,, and my wealth is my fertility.The
day they start ripping down all my trees that will be the time for me
to act..," But she was again troubled, just the same.
So she lay there, the C'.iIbbean a silken robe around her, ready to
burst forth in a fury if they calledd her a "faderland" 9ga2n. "Then,"
sBh said ,i ,her r.oh voice laden with birdaong, "I'll really let ';ff
steam. I'll boil over. That will. teach them to call a woman-island
by .a vale name. Gordras, knows what will be the end of it... I hear they
h.: a- wom.i as an opposition leader. I wil l could talk human talk to
heir I xuuld warn her Pnd all er woman freems. But I have sn.y my
nature voices and my nature weapons. However -" Dominique sighed in
the first showvxr of rain, and stretched,-"those are the strongest
weapons of all."


.. 1_. .h % .


Frideg, October 13, 1978


~P~FTE .S'T~AR


Page Three









TiL E -S T. A R Fo b 1 1


4Schedule week ending O-ct 7 'cd'
STATES F DOMINICA Application of Waud Paul continued
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT South-West tand of Theolard Toulon;
Schedule of Application for Certi- North-West: A avine.
ficate of itle and Noting thereon Requ-st da-. iBUt Request for the
for week endiin 7th Octtber 978 ted d8th Rodney issue of a First
Date fl Person Nature ef Re- August 1978 ty his Certificate of
Request! resenting quest whether Presented Sciici- Title in respect
for a Certificate of Title or Not- 5th October ter M. of a portion cf
ing tIereon or Caveat 178 at Euenia lana at LaPlaine
Request da- Cacilia Request for |10.1C am. Charles in the Parish of
ted 25th Winston the issue efSt.Patrick ccnt.aiingn 3241 square
Sept. 1978 as pers- First Certi~eet and bounred as follows;- Nrth:
Presented onal rep- ficate of lLand cf Matthias Vigilant; Sou-ih:
i5th October resenta- Title in resLand of Bellet Rcdney; East: Right-o
1978 at tive of pect of a -Way separating it frnm land of R.C.
8,50 a.m.: Agnita portion of Church; West: Iand cf .Catherine VigiA
Rolle by -er Solici- land known, plant.
ter ~. Egenia.,Charles Ias a Lot, at Request.-da- e.' y Request for the
Laudat in the parish -of St.George ted 15th rancie issue of a First
containing .290 acre and bounded a April 1978 b his Certificate of
follows:- North; -A Road separating Presented STlicitTitle in respect
is Winsten and Cylma Green; 3lh- 1978 at M. Du- -land -r ,'n as
h1a.6 Land f M -ea e Lw !e Cavalier-in the
I Vfto2~I& A.MMM & 1 13-- __ IRI.L


u, -- o. -w -yd- :._wuw ^ "vvqp ^ vi j.v-
ing it frcm 'land. of, At- 3&vf
Requestda- Rosetta Request for
ted 13th Rolle & the issue of
March :1978 Seaford a First Cert-
Presented Rolle as ific ate of
5th Octber -joint Title in:ree-
1978 at tenants, pect of a p'or
9.00 a.m. by their tion of land
Solicitor M.Eugenia at Morne Rac-
Charles quette, in the
Parish of St. Joseph containing
3,043 square feet and bounded as
follows:- North-East: Batalie Es-
tate: North-West:.Batalie Estate
and lands of Clancy Benjamin;South-
East: A right of way separating.it'
from land of Canty Vidal;West,: &ad


Request da- Maud. Request for
ted 25th paul the issue ofoa
Sept.1978 by her First Certifi-
presented Solic- cat= of Title
5th Oct. itor M. in res pect of
1978 at Eugenia a portion of
10.45 a.mi Charles land at C-oul-
rist Te i th 1 .rish of St. Jo6eph
containing 3,616 square feet and;
bounded as follows:- East: Land of
Caina Alexander & lonie FaganSiauthl
A Right of Way separating t frm
land of Landa Elie; (see next cel.)


-3- ^ a p i -.te_ Sta.te. .
rj-0aaf~~.oe c#ta ning 30.594 acres
and bounded as folows;- East by
lands of :'va Merancie, Relina La-
fleur and Lisdara Estate- S,:uth by
Ravine Grandigue separating it from
Liberty Estate; South-West by Ravine
Grandigue separating it from Liberty
Estate; West b Lisdarai state.
daveat Icte will be found on page 6


NOTICE OF APPLICATION. FOR LIQUOR i
SLICENCE G


To the Magistrate District "E"' and
Chief 'f Pclice- .

.,1 Watson Esprit .now reside .-g at
Campbell, Parish of.,St. Paul, de
hereby give you netice, that it is
my intentieol to apply at the Magis-
trate 's Court tc' b' held at Ro seau
on Monday the 2nd day of October
1978 ansaivg for--a detaill Liquor
Licence in respect of my premises
at Campbell, Parish of St. Paul.

Dated the 28th day of Septembler,
1978.
_______________


Pap r#~r _~_


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_THE .__ T k R


I yraav oqlctbbar1 .- 1978







Friday, October 13, 1978 T HE S T AR Page Five
STATE OF DOMINICA Schedule for week endingOct 14th
iTITLE BY -REGISTRATION ACT Request da- Joseph Request for
*Schedule of Application for Certi- Ited 20th Errol I the issue of a
Ificate of Title and Noting thereon Sept. 1978 John First Certifi-
ifor w3ek endig 9th fepotember 1978 presented Baptis% cate of Title
iD-eC of- Person Niature of Re- ;9th October by his -in respect of
Regqutes presenting quest whether 11978 at Solid- a portion of
for a Certificate of Title or Noting!3.20 p.m. tor Ciln land at Mahaut,
Ithereon or Caveat_ Duply in the Parish of
Request. da- Thomas Request for. jSt.Paul, in the State of Dominica,
ted 4th Alexander the issue of :containing 736 square feet and houn-
April 1977 by his a First Cer- .ded as follows:- North-East by aPRb-
Presented Solicitor tificate of :lic Road separating it from land of
8th Sept. F. E. Title for Sylvia Burton; South-East by a right-
1978 at Degazon that portion tf-way separating it from land of
3.50 p.m. of land knwon phonsine Esprit; North-west by2?md
as Picodeau situate in the Parish of f William Canoville; South-West by
St.Patrick in the State of Dominica and of Guillaume Andrew.
containing 0.721 acres, and bounded .
as follows:- North by a Public Road request da- Angela Request for
East by lands of Joseph Cappi'c and cited 2nd Oc- Colebrooke the issue rf
Prince Alexander; West by lands ef tober 1978 ad Sylvia a First Cer-
May Hcnderson and Thomas George; presented Colebrooke tificate of
South by lands of Samuel Morris. 1th Oct. as Ersonal Title in
Schedule for week ending Sept.- 3rdW-978 at Representa- respect of a
e tuet da- Nicholsa equeat for P jj Of gf.








Pag Six THE STARI Fria Ocoe1.17


*S*T*A*R*S*P*O*R*T*S*- Merchriston
FOOTBAL e Zee Pros Again Triumph
St. Jseph De Zee Pros-again empha-
sised their improvement in the foot-
ball league since losing their very
first match to Kensborough U 6-2.
They have since recorded four rous-
ing victories in their last 4 match-
es, including a 3-1 triumph over
Victoria Stars, defending champions
of Division II. After St.Joseph
had enjoyed a 1-nil lead for the
better part of the first half,their
efforts were frustrated by their
goalkeeper, who bungled an easy rol-
ling ball; this allowed Victoria
Stars to equalize some 5 minutes be-
fore the interval.This goalkeeper
incidentally was the same -one whi%
goalkept in St.Jo's first.His clum-
siness prompted his' immediate subst-
itution 8o the steadier Lloyd Brade
of cricket notoriety to continue to
his good goalkeeping.
On resumption, Victoria Stars went
into immediate Qffensive,_alwaIs 1qe..


HE SERVED, AND IS CALLED HOME


S by Hugh Lawrence
When the Imperial Road started in
1945, there was so much bobol tak-
ing place during its construction
that in 1947, with the advice of
the late Austin Winston (Pappy) it
had to be abandoned. Eleven thousand
dollars went into some people's pocA
kets, and Norway with all its gold
mine was closed. In 2.951 when we
get what is called Adult Suffrage,
Lionel Lavilla stood far election
and won, much to the surprise and
disappointment of the late Dr.
Armour who had served the North
medically for 36 years. His thanks
was, he lost his deposit.
In the middle of the fifties,
Lionel Laville fought hard ard very
hard to have 'that road reopened or
continued, and when men like H.DS.
tried to'have the money for that
project diverted to the Fastern
Coast Road, he cabled the ,.aretary
of State, spending money from his
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Page six


THE STAR


.Fridav. October 13. 1978




August k978 his Sol- First Certifi.- ased by their Solicitor Town wf Ros-
Presen-ted icitaos cate of Titl Ci A.M. Dpiy ;eau n the
21st Sept. Armour, in respect of iparish ot St eorge, inhne State of
1978 at Armour a piece or par .pminica containing 1330 square feet
9.15 a.m. & Harris eel of-land at and bouned as follows:- ..
Paix Bouche situated in the Parish North by River Bank;
of St.Andrew containing 10.00 acres South by land of Marguerite Bascom
and bounded as follows:- On the 'and Thelma Augustus;
North by Upland Estate; On the South East by land of Josephine Con-
and -West by lands of Nichols Paul, tanfts;
Rufcrd Ferrol, Oliver Lawrence, Ann-j West by Old Street.
Marie Ferrol, Herod Anore, and ______;_______
Verina Matthe .. Other Certificates of Title on page
Scheuwfor eek edn October 7th four.
Request, ca- Chrisellla Request for' RESISTRkR'S OFFICE, :seau
ted llth Exilta the issue of .hraim F.Georges, Registrar of
Sept, 1978 Gabriel nee First Cer- Titles.
Presented Sylvester if cate of OTE: Any person Who desires to ob-
2nd Oct. by her Sol- title inres- -ect to the issuing of a Certifi-
197C at icitor ect of a ate of Title on the above applic-
2.24 p.m. Cilma A.M. portion of tions may enter a Caveat in the
Dupigny ublane Es8- bc.ve office within six weeks from
tate known as Lot No.1 at Dublanc, he date of the first appearance of
in the Parish of St.Peter., in the these Schedules in the Star news
State of Dom'nica, containing iaper published in this State or
12ro r-qar) feet arndboun ed, as rom the date When the notice prer
fc ..owe- larth.by Lot No, 1; East crlbed by ;aw was 'last served on
by a Public R N.ad.;, Soutl by L.ot. any occupant ,ofadjoining lands in
20;: West by Lot No. 9. e aspect of which .these applications
__ ; ; were made., .....




*" ig*ga tjagags 'ww P ULP am ku UOUAZvu Ay one saw
Young Kpliy 'Samuel .ws shipped one 3aa Naspier) succeeded in getting
through the Stars defence on counter the road recommended. One of Lionel
attack to put St.Jo 2-1, up.Another Laville's main aims was to '.ave the
good goal from another young indiv- airfield built in the NorthP
idual put them further ahead.Before We do pray that he obtain.la plcce
the 3rd .goal was scored,- there was qf rest.
the unique circumstance of the Vic-
toria Stars man being lured nut of I LIKE BRITAIN by E.C.LoblackI
his goal during a melee a St.Jo- Of course I do, because 5n the .Tlra,
seph forwards man banging a right- of England there is a Bible; and I
footer, only to see one of three like the British principle; I like
defence men poised almost on the the way they administer justice.
goal line stop the ball with both Therefore I will not cor.emn a nat-
handsl The referee was caught with ion for the-.fault of a. few. Te are
his whistle down- no penaltywgiven. told to rejoice tH'at on 3rd Nov. we
In other matches,Spartans 2nd Div. shall have full Independence, but
team threw in their towel in theirr" madame, LeBlanc & Patrick's Govern-
match against Kensborough U, who led ment have had eleven years. full self
rule yet they have neving concrete
7-nil at the interval. The yolng to show that they can build up a
Spartanites, under a steady barrage, nation. Now they are trying to creaB
elected to quit at the interval,ra- in the people's minds trough their
their than continue for prestige sake. rad e that what Britain d. not do
,hm_ 4- wleiro g la fromr A- in A hundred years .hey are g to
Cable & Wireless' Mercury All- "hundred dears hey B e. w ato
Blacks :were'at the receiving end as tak tg down a flag and putting up
Saints toyed with them licking another and giving oole jump up
them 4-1. (beir lone goal came from etc. d es not mean b ld.ing up a -
a pently t idh suatlr is even the tQUon, Y GO SAVE .. A ...
person at vhom the infrirgemeht-wae-Wa -W Ip arF iL trsc
suposed to bae'been directed., /) er e team to Antigua ed.
Wanted & pub dtb*jtgrg MHngcrVJ20 lo-








STATE OF DOMINICA 'Schedule fr week ending _t14th
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT IRequest da- Jobseph Request for
!Schedule of Application for Certi- ited 20th Errol the issue of a
fficate of Title and Noting thereon Sept. 1978 John First Certifi-
'for w ekASI&Li Seotember 1978
ifor w3ek ending 9th September 1978 Presented Baptise cate of Title
D5o"'of I Person Nature of Re- 19th October by his -in respect of
iReuest resenting quest whether '1978 at Solici- a portion of
for a Certificate-of Title or Noting3.20 p.m. tor Cla land at Mahaut,
thereon or Caveat A. M. Duply in the Parish of
:Request. da- Thomas Request for. St.Paul, in the State of Dominica,
ted 4th Alexander the issue of bcohtaining 736 square feet and houn-
April 1977 byl his a First Cer- Oed as follows:- North-East by aPub-
Presented Solicitor tificate of lic Road separating it fropi land if
8th Sept. F. E. Title for iSylvia Burton; South-East by a right-
1978 at Degazon that portion ff-way separating it from land of
3.50 p.m. of land knorn iphonsine Esprit; Nnrth-West byand
as Picodeau situate in the Parish of f William Canoville; South-West by
St.Patrick in the State of Dominica Land of Guillaume Andrew.
containing 0.721 acres, and bounded I .. .. -
as follows:- North by a Public Road* request da- Angela Request for
East by lands of Joseph Cappic and ited 2nd Oc- Colebrooke the issue .f
Prince Alexander; West by lands of tober 1978 atd Sylvia a First Cer-
May Hcundersoh and Thomas George; presented Colebrboke iificate of
South by lands of Sainel Morris. ith Oct, as krsonal Title in
Schedule for week ending Sept. 3r3d 978 at Rpresenta respect of a
euest d |N 0hola ues a or .gft~ MT. ,^ ?^.^^ P1*


ted 16th Paul b- terd fi .... a ~ 7-
August k978 his Sol- First Certlfi- aaed by their Solicitor Town of Ros-
Presented icitors cate of Title Cilma A.M. Dapigny eau in the
21st Sept. Armour, in respect of Parsh of St.George, in -he State of
1978 at Armour a piece or par pminica containing 1330 square feet
9.15 a.m. & Harris cel of landat nd bounded as follows:- .
Paix Bouche situated in the Parish North by River Bank;
of St.Andrew containing 10.00 acres South by land of Marguerite Bascom
and bounded as follows:- On the 'and Thelma Augustus;
North by Upland Estate; On the SoutI East by land of Josephine Con-
and West by lands of Nichols Paul, tants;
Rufcrd Ferrol, Oliver Lawrence, Ann-I West by Old Street.


Marie Ferrol, Hero Anore, and ,
Verina Matthewrr .. ..e .o Other Certificates of Title on page
Veri naa atthe foi
Saulefor week endi Oc tober 7th four.
Request a- C;;~re a Request for RESISTRAR'S OFFICE, wseau
ted llth Exilta he issue *f. hraim F.Georges, Registrar of
Sept, 1978 Gabriel nee First Cer- 'Titles.
Presented Sylvester ifi cate of TE: Any person Who desires to ob-
2nd Oct. by her Sol- title in res- ect to the issuing of a Certifi-
197c at icitor ect of a ate of Title on the above applic-
2.24 p.m. Cilma A.M. portion of tions may enter a Caveat in the
Du i ny ublacn Es- bove office within six weeks from
tate known as Lot No. at Dublanc, he date of the first appearance of
in the parish of St.Peter-, in the these Schedules in the Star news
State of Dominica, containing aper published in this State or
I?0 erqarE feet andbournded. as rom the date when the notice pre-
fo o.- :- 1th by Lot Noi7; East cribed by law Was last served on
by Puuli c Rl,^d.;- Soutl), by Lot N9. any occupant .of adjoining lands in
20;. West by Lot Na,, 9, ,-. expect of which these applications
^ ------ ~ ------ madoi.-- ---


Friduv. October 13, 1978


T H-E S T A, R


Pa-ae Five


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- S .T --Frida.- October 13--- 1978- --


*S*T*A*.P*S*P*O*R*T*S*- Merchriston
FOOTBALL: De Zee Pros Again Triumh
St. Joseph Dee Zee Pros-again empha-
sised their improvement in the foot-
ball league since losing their very
first match to Kensborough U 6-2.
They have since recorded four rous-
ing victories in their last 4 match-
es, including a 3-1 triumph over
Victoria Stars, defending champion
of Division II. After St.Joseph
had enjoyed 4 1-nil lead for the
better part'of the first half, their
efforts were frustrated by their
goalkeeper, who bungled an easy rol-
ling ball; this allowed Victoria
Stars to equalize some 5 minutes be-
fore the ,interval.This goalkeeper
incidentally was the same one wh,
goalkept in St.Jo's first.His clum-
siness prompted his' imedite. subst-
itutio so- the steadier Lloyd Brade
-of cricket notoriety to continue to
his good goalkeeping.
On rqO'mption, Victoria Stars went
ttok1 iwup4te .9nffn3Lway8 a
.- ~ ~ %_A -- 22~&~ ~ ~ ~ &-


HE SERVED, AND IS-CALLED HOME


S by Hugh aiwrencee
When the Imperial Road started in
1945, there was so much bobol tak-
ing place during its construction
that in 1947, with the advice of
the late Austih Winston (Pappy) it
had to be abandoned. Eleven thousand
dollars went into some people's poc4
cets, and Norway with all its gold
mine was closed. In .1951 when we
get what is called Adult Suffrage,
Lionel Lavilla stood for election
and won, much to the surprise and
disappointment of the late Dr.
Armour who had served the North
medically for 36 years. His thanks
was, he lost his deposit.
In the middle of the fifties,
Lionel Laville fought hard and' very
hard to have that road reopened or
continued, ani when men like H.D.S.
tried to' have the money for that
project diverted to the' Eastern
Coat Road, he cabled the S'aretary
of State, spending money from his
-*mr -' 0 *iA*-I- PttfArPA- J- I-V +1T ftA- --c *-


YQU: Kpilira etPeL-b Ppped onle 1Ema Napier) succeeded in getting
through the Stars defence on counter the road recommended. One of Lionel
attack'to put St.Jo 2-1, up.Another Lavilleos main aims was to 'ave the
good goal from-another young indiv- airfield built in the North%
idual put them further ahead.Before We do pray that he obtainm.a place
the 3rd .goal was scored,* there wae Of rest.
"the unique circumstance of the Vic-
torie Stars man being lured nut 6f I LIKE BRITAIN by E.C.Leblack
his goal during a melee a St.Jo-. of course I do, because on the Thrc
seph forwards man banging a right- of England there is a Bible; and I
footer, only to see one of three like the British principle; I like
defence men poised almost on the the way they administer justice.
goal line stop the ball with both Therefore I will not cordemn a nat-
handsl The referee was caught with ion for-the-fault of a few. '.e are
his whistle down- no penaltyvabgen. told to rejoice that on 3rd Nov. we
In other matches,Spartans 2hd Div. shall have full Indepeanence u but
team threw in' their towel in their' Sadame LeBlanc & Patrick's Govern-
match again- th Keniboro h who led ment have had eleven years full self
match against Kenorough U, rule yet they have nef-ing concrete
7-nil at the interval. The young to show that they can build up a
Spartanites, under a steady barrage, nation. Now they are trying to create
elected to quit at the interval,ra- in the people's minds t rough their
their than continue for prestige sake. radiop that what Britain da d not do
Cable & Wirelesst Mercury All- in 4 hundred years they a"e eJng to
Cable & Wireless Mercuryn three. days. But we kniw that
Blacks-were'at the receiving end as taki down a flag and putting un
Saints toyed with them licking another and givi-Ig pogle juap up
th 4L. iheir lone goai came fom etc. dots not nmemn b-lailn up a -
ta pentltY 1 ich surr ie0 even te ationf A o S AVE US ALL. .
person at -o' the iMfWiren rf
BU 08 ~ 'bWbeen dirice. l Cl Ut~t0 team to Anti a
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