Group Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica)
Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica). December 22, 1978.
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Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica). December 22, 1978.
Uniform Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica).
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Publication Date: December 22, 1978
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NEW YEAR


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JUST PULL THE TRIGGER by Alister Hughes with moving cartridge belt
We have fallen into the same trap and authentic rat-tat-tat sound.
again. Maybe our heads are hard. Or, There are repeater rifles for bud-
Iaybe, we have them stuck in the sand ding terrorists. And there are au-
like ostriches. Maybe it's just that tomatic weapons for make-believe
we don't care. Maybe something, but, bank robber_: "Looks and feels like
whatever it is, we have not heeded the real'f lng", the advertisement
the warning given last Christmas, says, "listen to the realistic
And that warning didn't come from weapon sound. Just pull the -
any ordinary source. It came from a trigger!"
distinguished Westindian psychiatrist. And that's exactly what we're
It came from Senator Dr. Michael doing. WY're pulling the trigger
Beaubrun as he spoke in thfe Trinidad of a psychological gun on our own
& Tobago Senate on a Bill to ban the Westindian society. By making toy
importation of toy guns.Dr.Beaubrunb guns available, we're allowing our
status and reputation are internat- children's natural aggressive dri-s
ional, and he didn't mince his words, to be perverted. We're backing this
"What I am saying is simple nAd in up with TV and cinema violenc7e,and
brief," he said; "it is that children we have nobody but ourselves to
imitate violence when they see it and, blame for the boost this is giving
if you give them guns to play with to the .crime rate in our countries,
when they are reading about violent uty
actions, when they are seeing violence Primarily, the blame is with our
on their television screens and in Governments ~ho are failing to ex-
the newspapers, they will play with ercise the necessary controls.
these guns and they will train their Merchants don't place community
aggressive drives in particular ways, "welfare before profits on a good
Dr. Beaubrun said that having ag- selling line like toy guns. And,
gressive drives is a natural part of seeking popular appeal, cinema
man. However, this natural part has managers and TV programme directors
to be channelled, and he felt that, may be tempted to cater to our
if children are given guns to play baser instincts. With the overall
with, their aggressive drives are responsibility for the country in
likely to be channelled into shootingits hand, Government's duty is to
Devices protect us from these risks.
That warning couldn't be clearer. But, though Government has the
When we give our kids toy guns to primary responsibility, the final
play with, we run the risk of contri* responsibility rests with each one
buting to the rising violence in our of us, individually. WeJ know the
society. But, nobody seems to' have danger. We must keep toy gun". away
heard the warning. Lo6k around the from our children and we must keep
shops this Christmas. The show-cases our children away from TV and cine-
are thick with toy guns. Amidst the ma violence. If we don't, we're
boats, trains, trucks and drums,there irresponsible. We're igncrl.- the
is a wide assortment of deoVices -to risk of explosion. And that is a
encourage Westindiai children to adopt risk we take every time we hand
violence as a way of life. little Johnny his toy gun and say
As is their custom at this time of "Just pull the trige ". '
the year, Westindian merchants have St. Gecrges, Grenada
imported all sorts of toy revolvers, St. Gecrges l Grenada
automatics, shot guns, high velocity ALISTER HUGHES will be out of Gren-
rifles and wild west guns. And, com- .aia until nid-oTnuary. His articles
pounding the damage to our society, will be resumed when he returns.
they have also brought in many toy THE STAR will appear as t.r:ual on
instruments of wholesale killing. Dbeeacae 29 (next Fri~ay). John
Among these are machine guns complete SpQetor wil' write tho feature ar-
tiole. Editor.


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Fridav.lZecember 22. 1978


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"As-1Tir& 1. A AMh bv
May Christian
It has been A pleasure atud solace
to linto.cij to carol singing group ps
out oi the streets at aight und
also over the air. But I would
like to ask, what has become o'
those Peachi carols linowt as Can-
tlques de iooel, on which so much
accenAt was played by our parents,
graidpareinta ai. great-graudpar-
ents... when frriends gathered
around the table at each otiRer's
homes depictlig, in soug; tihe
story of BeithlehemY
I think it is a aii to banlauh
tradition. TodIay, when the lag-
uage as taught freely tin ev;,ry
Parish I suppose), we should ex-
pect to hear renlditiois in i'retccn
3y junior choirs also. Jweet is
this.a i at Ghristmaas:
'II eat na le Divi-n ildeuant,
Chautous tous son evetieinemnto"


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There were aibouc twent.jy items i
the i-pogra wP oul. all Ut' them had
actually L1: -.. w.it ta ie t, It alt
too]: placo at t. 're !rard.'a ilsil ol;
il..'L;':-.tlday vgiLt. Ad. fthias lovely
Cl~iristiigaa Joy concert wast lUitewod
to by thic best audionce, who a t
rapytly Isillut sav-e wnen laughter or
appla!e^ bur't out at at tH endL o'
a i1Y"L)Qr; qntid surely Sdr. '.Rf-id!
Davies, great vwlsh teuor, must
have heard in tihe spoWU.tafteous l haink-
you or the iistenCerC, w'l:o could nof
contain ti. emselvea aJ'tero iebriguf,
hij, that lIe ;Irp':cid thre earcJ and
hi.eartu oU people worth; vul his1 voi
Tils io not a cr-Utiue .,' tn
cojiiert: we leave tijt to i;?,.a;,A,4ext
week.
It i; sinip' y ani ap.;r'otatio-n and
a COp-r(I'o'J io U of :..r:Lit-uit to j.ll
the ,:. r, dii scores aia other rntsi,
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Frid 3ay Kncite ber .', 1'.l'e?|


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May the 2happ .iess and cheer
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Best Wishes


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paoWe FA__ --- ,- r- -ecme 22 197


AN OMISSION. Last week, in our us-
ual front page rush, although we
had singled out Mr.Hugh Lawrence's
first paragraph for that very page,
and indeed 'continued' it to p.6,
it got left out! So here it is:-
DO WE NEED THEM?
VPom what we all learnt took place
in Guyana, and after reading what
Bishop Lindsay had to say about
those religious sects, it is time
that we start checking up on some
of our religious sects here. Of
course from time to time I have
mentioned in the papers some of
their movements. The Jehovah's
Witnesses are now being chased out
of certain South American countries.
I have already mentioned before
that they seem to teach their members
(especially the young ones) to
disrespect and disobey all lawful
authority. (Turn to p*.6..Dee. 15)
EDITOR'S NOTE: Yes, but do not
forget that among the tenets of the
United Nations is WEeedom of Relig-
ion. On a higher plane, although
Our Lord Jeaus chased the money-
changers out of the Temple, he nev-
er instituted a feud against his
real enemies, the Pharisees.- PSA.


HAVE THEY COMMUNIST LEANINGS?
by Hugh Lawrence
Rev. Dr. Neehall in my mind should
do more praying, ask God for daily
inspir aion and better guidance,and
leave revenge for Him.
The Barclays Bank is too much an
old and strong establishment for
anyone to try at this stage to sab-
otage it. It is an International
Bank serving almost the whole world
from time immemorial.
I read a short letter in.one of
the Times, criticizing the Rev. ID.
Potter for his movements in Africa.
Perhaps he has not studied very ea
fully Amin's case in Uganda. Amini
is called a murderer, destroying his
own black brothers. It seems to me
that up to now Negroes are not quit
capable of ruling,in some cases.The
Salvation Army must have had very
good reasons to hull out of The
World Council afChurches.We would


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IJui*AZJUt ruxts1! rwnwLig:xum.
A secret ballot determined the
outcome of the contest for the
presidency of the Commonwealth
of Dominica: voting was:- Ten votes
for Mr. John Bully, sixteen for Mr.
Degazon QQ, and one abstention.
Mr. Degazon is not at present in
Dominica.
A somewhat hypocritical happy
birthday greeting to Mr. J.B,
Charley (103 on Dec. 14) was also
given. He has been greatly sland-
ered and castigated in the House
of Assembly, where these two events
took place.
The House is still sitting as
this page is being printed. Late
news on back page (12).

RELIGIOUS RADIO STATION 2 YE-ARS OLD
The Caribbean Voice of Life Radio
celebrates its 2nd anniversary on
December 23rd. The station studios,
10,000 watts transmitter and 468 ft
tower occupy 8 acres of land on
8towe Estate in Grand Bay. There is
one announcer, Mr,Cecil PShilling-
ford; Manager is Rev.James L.Van
'Hecke. They will broadcast for 91
hours non-stop from 5 a.m. on 2zrd
December. They thank the Government
of Dominica and various other bodies
and friends for making the broad-
easting successful.
SWEET BABE OF BETHLEg R Oasta
J4R Caalimir
Set Babe,of Bethlehem
ielp us e er Thee to serve,
Our souls from ruin preserve
Grant that we may deserve
The new Jerusalem.

Sweet Babe of Bethlehem.
Pill us with confidence
To reach with reverence
That place of excellence
The new Jerusalem.
(The two last verses from Mr.
Ralph Casimir'is lovely poem pub-
lished in PATER FOSTER.)


aefer to learn that, these two
church Min sters, Nehal & Poter,
condemn the Cuban InvolVf a.in


Friday. December 22. 1978


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wishes all
coconut
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cp oJauCris, u:,irehaolders, custoumrs and 'tri-ends i very
"ierry C' ristfas and a H.appy and S(*ccessful New Year,


rillE 0 ilsIC\ A DISPENSARY:

isendh gree:tings to all Friends
and Customers at this festive
sc4a-son, wishing them and
their f.nilies
.A HAPPY CHERISYTMAS
BIGHT NBNW YEA1f_
%zatfe mw~t<^gam^i^iM.%. t a<^


Ic zr*,-.u~,-,ax-.~ MIP~L-iCfl*


I __ uNOWANOWN


SE4SONF GREETrNGS
and all good -wishes to all




T I{ j ou^
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> ,'l n i j1 W T h -aiav. December 22* -- 1978


NOT 1C E


TI.K NOTICE that the Court Doth
Hereby Order that Service of a
Suinoas to fix the reserve price
aio-d for vacant possession in ac-
cordance with Section 41(d) of
Act 'o. 46 of 1975 and Section
47(2) of Act 41 of 1975, on the
defendants Be Sure Trading and
General Construction Company Limit-
ed, ohn~l Bradshaw, Margaret
iBradshaw and Elizabeth Bradshaw in
;the suit referred to above be
effected by this advertisement.
SVANYA DUPIGUNY
SOLICITOR FOR PLAINT IFFS.
4"y-_ A


BARCLAYS BANK GAVE PAR MORE
Last week we stated that Barclays
BanZ: had given 410,000 to pig farm-
ers;aa well as 165,000for an x-ray
machine. It has now been clarified
from a Barclays source that they
gav-e 210,000, not $10,000 (some
48,000) to the Dominica Meat Pro-
ducers Association, and in addition
lent the Association '.80,000 inter-
est :ree, repayable over 10 years
with a two-year moratorium, All to
assist iii the development of Domi-
nlc. Miss Linda Lewis, Secretary
to thE Barclays Development Fund,
recently visited the Commonwealth
and :'--;ld Several helpful discussions
witr Government officials and the
Barii:', Policy Advisors. She was
accor=-anied here by Mr. RonaJld
hay,.es, Barclays' Agricultural Ad-


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L, TI-I HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
DOMINICA. 1977 No. r22
BETWEEN=M
BARCLAYS BANK INTERNATIONAL
LIMITED by two of its Attorneys
Conrad Onesimus McIntyre and
Geoffrey Comisiong, Plaintiffs
and l
Be Sure Trading and General
Construction Company Limited,
John Bradshaw,
Margaret Bradshaw, and
llizabeth Bradshaw DefGndants.


SOLICITOR FOR PLAINTIPF.


'~-&L- 1./.


AGKNOWLEDGMaETS BY PUBLISHER and
EDITOR:
The short verse "Christmae
Greetings publishedd on our front
page was written by J.R.Ralph Gas-
imir. It first appeared In PATER
NOSTER. We thank him for it.
Next, we thank the publishers of
Grif an T6 for their magnificent
lanugreol calendars, complete with
photographs, a poem, agriculture
notes, phases of the moon all
that. We have two to give away
We also thank The Dominica En-
'ployers Federation for a copy of
their Submission to the Minister
of Health, Industrial Relations &
Women Affairs. John Spector will
write on this later,
**.And, of course, we thank all
of those who have been so kind as
to send us Christmas Gards. We
truly appreciate them. p.


tTIREMENT OF MRS MARIE DAVIS
PIPE-RE: A great volume of tributes
were poured on this brilliant Cf.-:


vise'. of the House of Assembly, with nan=y
;e a-r~ glad to print this amend- Ire etqs on Thursd foren.oc
..-0 v.hich underlines the fact that you should not be the n 7


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IN THJE HIG COURT OP JUSTICE
DOMINICA. 1975 .o.197
BETWEB:.
LESTER FRANI~LI SARDIUHA
Manager & Attorney of The
Royal Banr' of Canada,
Plaint iff


and
ATIEH A. MACHOUL,
Defendant
NOTICE
TAKB NOTICE that the Court Dothb
Hereby Order that Service of a
Summons to fix the reserve price
and for vacant possession in ac-
cordance with Section 41(d) of
Act No. 46 of 1975 and Section
47(2) of Act 41 of 1975 on the
defendant Atieh Ae Machoul in the
suit referred to above be effected
by this advertisement.
VA1NYA DUPIGQUY


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The Management and Staff4f O. D. BRISBANE & SONS
oc:!eri to Mur many customers and friends the warmest Christmas greetings.
We widsh express our appreciation of your patronage and support in the
Ip'ist year .",! look forward to the pleasure of serving you with the sarne spi it
of friendshiip anal ?.ir,-,~)ration for the coming year.

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Page Ten T H S T A R Friday. December 22. 1978
COMMONWEALTH OF DOMINICA Schedule for week ending 9th December
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT Request da- Brother Request for
Schedule of Application for Certi- ted 29th Austrie the issue of
ficate of Title and Noting thereon Sept. 1976 by his a First Cer-
for week ending 9th December,1978. Presented Solicitor tificate of
Date of Person Nature of Re- 6th Decem- .'onan A. Title in res-
Request Presenting quest whether ber 1978 at avid of pect of a por-
for a Certificate of Title or Not- 8230 p.m. chambers tion of land
ing thereon or ave at. 11 Old Street, Roseau at Castle Bruce
Request da- Walcott Request forth in the Parish of St. David in the
ted 20th Edwards issue of a FPit Commonwealth of Dominica containing
June 1976 by his Certificate of 14,700 sq. ft. and bounded as follows
Presented. Solici- Title in res- On the North by a public road; On
8th Decemler tors pect of a por- the Douth by, land of Gladstoine Aus-
1978 at Armour, tion of land at trie; On the South-East by a ravine
5,35 pm, Armour Wesley Village separating it from lands of Stanley
& Harris in the Parish Clarke; On the West by land of Jane
oa St.Andrew containing 3,834 sq. -Cornilius and Enoch ,Dr yo. :Wi 9 16.T4
and bounded as follows:- North-East: Request da- Felix 'R(' .cest for
Public Road; East: Land of Godfrey ted 30th Beaupierre thL issue of
Edwards; South-West: Land of Elgin. June, 1978 by his Sol-. a Pirst Cer-
Edwar iWt: Land of Rdne w Presented icitor Cil- tiicate of
Reqet d- teea Req~estor 5th Dec- ma A. M. Title in
ted 2nd Oct- Anthony the issue of ember 1978 upigny respect of
ober 1978. by his a First Cer- t 1050 a portion
Presented Soli- tificate of of land at La Plaine, in the Parish
15th Decem- toiC- Titl e inoe of St.Patrick, in the Commonwealth of
lath Decem- ta Title inres- Dom "ca, c 3m, weon q a
10.05 a.m. M.DapigY Iportion of feet and bounded as follows:- .North
land at Woodford Hill, in the Parish by a Public Road separating it from
of St.Andrew, in the Commonwealth of land of ford Lander; east by a
Dominica, containing 1705 square fee -li Road separating it from land
and bounded as folloWs:- North-East Of Raphael Bououneau; South by
by land of Edris Hanor6 and Jacob lands. of Edward Fontaine and Nonmna
Lawrence; South-East by lad of Clar Williams; West by land of Pelton
isa Wade; South-West by land of Clar- Saverin.
ima Wade; North-West by an Access n "
Road separating it from land of R~ISTRAR'S OFFICE, ROSEAU
Melisa Angol. Ephraiam F. Georges, registrarr of
Request da- Jones Request for TitlL.
ted 20th Myler the issue of a NOTE Any person who, desires to ob-
June,1978 by his First Certifi- ject to the issuing of a Certifi-
Presented Solici- cate of Title cate of Title on the above appl.ic-
15th Sept- tor in respect of nations may enter a Caveat in tL
ember 1978 Cilma A. portion of above office within six weeks from
at 10.30 am' ,L.Dapir land at Trafal. the first appearance of these
gar, in the Parish of St. George, in Schedules in the S-ar newspaper
the Commonwealth of Dominica, contain-published in this country or from
ing 10,025 square feet and bounded as the date when the notice prescribed
follows:- North-East by land of Har- by law was last served on any
old Anthony; East by land of Harold occuEaRnt of adjolni:ig lands in
Anthony; South-East by land of the respect of, which theat applications
Beirs of F.Vanterppol; South-West by were made.
and of Emelda Elwin; North-West by
land of Janet Lewis. b ---------


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CARIBBEAN EXAMINATION COU C IL
HEADQUARTERS : T A P F V A C A gC I E S
Applications are invited from suitable qualified and experienced
perso-zs, preferably citizens of a Comoion~aalthi Caribbean eountly, for
,apo.iLntmenrt to tV- following posts at the Council's Headquanters in
Barbados. Successful applicants will be expected.-to assume duty as
soon as possible in 1979,.
(1) Test Developer (Measurement and Evaluation Division) in the grade
of Assistant Registrar.
(2) Assistant Registrar, Examinations Administration Division.
) Office Manager, in the grade of Junior Assistant Registrar.
SALARY SCALE: Assistant Registrar BDS 6l9,008 x 792 25,544
Jnr.Asst.Registrar BDS $16,500 x 660 19,800
The Council has established a Pension Scheme to which it contributes
10% and the employee 5% of salary. Housing allowance and up to. 5 adult
passages on appointment and normal termination are also payable.
(1) Test Developer (Measurement and Evaluation Division)
Applicants should possess a reeognised university degree with English
as a major subject and (b) a recognized university degree or diploma
of at least or-- year's duration in testing and measurement. Duties will
include providing professional and technical expertise in measurement
and evaluation to Subject Panels, Examining Committees and Examining
Teams; overseeing the technical arrangements and requirements for each
mode of examining used; encouraging the production .f items; collect.
ing basic operational statistics and interpret~ing statistical data for
use in the examining process; providing the necessary editorial and
library skills for the production of items, tests and other documents.
(2) Assistant Registrar Examinations Administrations Division
Applicants should possess a recognized university degree or equivalent
and suitable experience in an executive and advisory capacity. Duties
will include coordinating and organising the recruitment,training and
appointment of Examiners, coordinating and organising the recruitment,
training and appointment of Examiners, coordinating and organising pre-
tests; the processing and publishing of results; printing and issuing of
certificates; the collecting and collating of statistical information on
all examinations, and dealing with all queries on results.
(3) O;L.Cce Y- ager Applicants should possess university degree or
diploma or appropriate combination of education and experience. Exper-
*ience in .-neral office management will be an advantage. The sueco-sful
applicant will assist the Senior Assistant Registrar in the secretariat
functions of the General Administratio.I Division and will be responsible
for the supervision of junior staff, who will provide supporting func-
tions to all other divisions, and of ancillary staff.
Applications by letter stating full name, date of birth,qualificatioas,
experience and the names and addresses of two referees and accompanied
by two recent testimonials, should be sent as soon as possible to the
Registrar, Caribbean Examinations Council, Heeadquarters, Block A,
Garrison, St. Michael 20, Barbados, not later than Friday, 9th January,
1979.
Further particulars can be obtained from the Registry.
27th November, 1978
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POOTBAIL.: BOMBERS STUI\ PAFNS
DCP Harlem Bombers put on a stirl-
ing performance in the final of
the Knockout Competition, to prove
most conclusively that they are not
a spent force as yet, when they
licked arch-rivals aqd league cham-
pions Kensborough United 3-. 1 in a
performance which will long be re-
membered by the boys in black and
white. Before the kick-off,hardly
anyone doubted that Xensborough
would repeat last year's ,double
(league & k.o. titles), playing a
Harlem Bomber *team which during
the league & k.o. preliminaries dis-
played none of the enthusiasm and
flamboyance which lighted supporters
and non-supporters alike over the
years. But immediately the ball
left the centre spot Harlem took
control. They went on to dominate
that half so completely that at the
interval they led 3-1; (their 2nd
goal was doubtful) to the disbe-
lief of all present. The second
half was also Harlem Bombers, even
+thourrI +hT t s dr\n n ml rrrr


ROW OVER PROTECTION OF WAGES
CLAUSE: The House of Assembly
rose at ten minutes to 6 p.m.
yesterday(Thursday), and as we go
to press, the sitting is about to
resume on the controversial Amend-
ment 9 (2). Last night the C.S.A.
held a special meeting at which
two resolutions were passed -
1) that Government be urged INOT
to proceed with the Bill, and 2)
pledging the CSA to take strike
action in concert with other Trade
Unions if the wrongful clause is
put through.
HOIN. DOUGLAS RESOLUTIONS
Hion. M.A. Douglas brought up tWo.
matters concerning Portsmouth:
Compensation for loss of earnings
for Portsmouth lightermen; Land
for Cattle Development in his
area; and a call for a national
task force to be set up to look
immediately into the causes and
incidence of typhoid in Dominica.
Hon. A.A.Casimir, on advice, with-
drew his two Resolutions.


v- ,6-g6w PLO e *STARSPORTS* Footbll ctd. tm
Kensborough, on the other hand, whipped Pottors-_teT4-O. The
never looked like winning, aside man' who easily stood out among all
from Clifford Coladire's lone goal others on the Harlem team was goal-
which incidentally deflected off a keeper Cleville Aaron, who had a
Bomber defence man,making the score flawless match and waa just terrific.
level at that poi:at. Meanwhile the 2nd Div.final between
Harlem scored first through a Kensborough U and Pte Michel Winera
Herminus Emanuel :header preceded by Rovers earned a replay when their
a le ft cross fro:n Irvine Benoit. match ended in a 2-all draw.
Kensborough equalized a few minutes CRICKET: The West Indies & India
later through Colaire. Harlem's 2nd played to their 2nd drawn test match
goal was, scored b; Wilfred Dontfraid final day's play was abandoned
after Emanuel craftily snicked a because of violence over the jail-
pass to him from a spot kick whilst ing of former Indian P.M. Mrs.
the referee Clayton Monro was on Indira Gandhi. Final scores: WI 457
his way to check-off the mandatory and 200/8. India 871.
10 paces in response to Harlem's England took a 2-nil lead in their
Randy Peters proet.or a moment, 6-match series when they beat Aus-
this wr iter thought that Monro was tralia by 166 runs. Scores: Eng-
going to blow his whistle to have land 309 & 208; Australia 190 and
the kick retaken; he however chang- 161.
ed his min-d and allowed the goal.
Scant minutes later Joseph Guiate 1OT J iHS iO~fBUT EA RICKTEAD:
finished a Benoit corner kick to ine e & Pub iAhe the Pr o ri
put Harlem convincingly in the lead.tor R.E.A.lrrey of Mill Houseopt
On their way to the final,Harlem Hall at 26 Bath Road, ose, Co
Bombers defeated KerLsborough U II Imonwealh of Dmnca, Restieaud m-
team 4-1, whilst Kensborough senior monwealth of Domnica, Westindies


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