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Star (Roseau, Dominica). December 21, 1979.
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Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica). December 21, 1979.
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Publication Date: 04-07-1971
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.Mrs. Jane Loweni hp.
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Research Instit __ rB# FREE
the Study of Nman,.,
PI 162 East 78 Street,
K New Ya'.k 10021, N.Y. .lCA''
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12 SamrAesbury Ave, WI. J Editor PHYtLS SHAND ALLFREY r Leave Freedom St. Alone
Vol. j No.: 12 Friday, April'7, 1972
PEOPLE BEFORE PROPERTY. i T i rUL SERVE R
ia mown mai.m of ,the omranica Pree. n
tomi Party, What Aftr .all are a ow
glaBses and. official papers and the IFN
Oane bottBas of ch&ira, coo parw ea w th
humra rights anc human.Ltfe? .Although
onvctecd of dalmaging inrencate ob j.
oto, tho, general public is -sure tnt
ro blooO was shed by any defendants
on that auspicious Dec.16th 1971, anf
that losi of unnamed people (somo of
theuam vely young) contributed to the
rather ;tural chaos; also that the
Govternt a of i.ominica. should have
been in' the dock for trying 'to fot oe
'bad legi 3 AJtion on the populace *
.,he two wpeks of cases went like a
%ae of Prusm 0 or dominoes. .
(Concluded on Page Eig ht) :'


ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING SPEAKER


in Magist rte's Court ,
,'INf ____
"DEC. r6th CASES"

.1POR 4.T O. .CE
.Yiding, though with some reluctance, to the
entreaties of friends and supporters of f.reeom not
to serve the term of-imprisonment as the alternative
m," 'to paying" the fines imposed upon them in the recent
Freedom". trials, the persons convicted, have agreed
to the proposal that a fund should be opened for t,
Spayiic g of the fines and to which the general public;
Should be invited to subscribe.
The fund, which is being sponsored by the,
Dominica Freedom Party, is intended to covir tie.
fines and other costs (mainly, hotel expenses of the
lawyers from abroad who gave their services fmre)
of. the cases. It is estimated that the sum. of $200oo0
will be needed.
Donations should be sent t o Miss Euge~rn
Charles' Chambers. Names of donors will be kept
confidential except where otherwise indicated. Please
Eto Belllot: He claimed the Speaker carried a gun. express your solidarity by your generously,
.______+- (Issued by the Dominica Freedom Party).







COMING DEMISE OF GRENADA DECLARATION by Androcles

SNews coming out of Guyana and published in last week's "Star"
indicates that Guyana will no longer pursue the integgation policy
contained in the Grenada Declaration. .In other words, she is dropping
the idea:of.union with units of the Associated States alone. Mr-.Leblanc
is thus'-left in hi-s natural role of "la plee- sot ,gaday la.shalloupe "
because he was the one who clung most tenaciously and to the last to
the patently absurd idea of political union between Guyana and.
individual units.of the Associated States. Some of the Associated
States had initially made the mistake of agreeing to the proposal e.g.
Grenada, St.Lucia, St.Vincent, but upon calmer reflection and con-
sideration' of public reaction, they withdrew their initial adherence
to the scheme. Only the representatives of two units remained com-
mitted to this folly to the end: Mr.Bradshaw of St.Eitts, who hoped
to recover Anguilla through the means of the projected political"
union and Mr. Leblanc of Dominica, whose determination to go along
in the Burnham-conceived scheme remains quite" inexplicable when looked
at in terms of Dominica interest and benefit. Now.he must explain what
he meant when in his propaganda pamphlet he-wrote, with reference to,
loctl opposition to the crazy idea, that the Dominica Opposition
when analysed in detail illustrates a lack of careful and conscien-
tious study and an absence of cogent thought". Now, as his dream
vanishes, I ask: who gave better analysis and.' more cogent thought to
th&;propoaal --- he or the Dominica Opposition?
In this twilight period of national prestige, we are also to re-
collect that it was the Dominica Opposition which took the initiative
of calling a conference here of the Opposition parties of the con-
cerned. Associated States to urge rejection of the Grenada Declaration
and to propose instead a closer political union of the Associated
States which, our Pronier has indicated, he does not favour.
If the abandonment of the Grenada Declaration is a fact (and it
has not been denied), the people of Dominica m"st take full credit.
for it. There has.been a solidarity of thought on the matter through-
out the length and breadth of Dominica which must have startled the
Premier who likes to claim that he understands the people better than'
d'des any other person. He will now know that hisis an empty boast.
He will realise, too, that had he persisted in his Grenada Declaration,
course there is- no knowing what would have been the consequences. :So,
too, does the point of view of the apocryphal D.G.S. schoolboy of the
"Educator" that, educated youth of Dominica prefer the policies of the
Opposition Party to those of the Leblanc Party find fresh vindicatio.i.
The ostensible reason for the abandonment of the GrenadadDecla-
ration, it is said, is to pursue a wider Caribbean federation now
that, there is new political leadership in Jamaica. To this the
Dominica Opposition Party has'ho objection; in fact, that is what it
'.adhered to in the Joint Opposition Statement of last' November. What
it was opposed to. was/'the whale-and-saurdine arrangement proposed in
-the Grenada Declaration.. ..
There, is one lesson to be drawn fromrthe whole thing: if the people
indicate in sufficient force and numbers that they are opposed to any
course of Government policy, their directions will and must be obeyed.
even though the leaders think-and feel otherwise.
So that, as old Kaspar would say: "T'was a' famous:victory".
The Premier spent a lot of time last November and afterwards broad-
casting and writing about the Grenada Declaration. He should now
come out of the shadows to the microphone .and tell the people about
this new development.
S . o(Continued4.on. page 4)


Friday, A-pri 7,11972


THE STAR


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"The law should be loved a little," wrote Emile Fourget,
"because it is felt to lie just; feared a little because it is severe;
hated a little because it is to a degree out of sympathy with the
prevalent temper of the day; and respected because t is felt to be
necessary.
It is normally fcit to be immoral for anyone to break a law of'
the land but ij has been the experience of history that when a law
is felt to be unjust the finest people in a nation refuse to respect
it and so they resort to any means at their command to avoid its
application to them.
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Dear Sir
After developing the usual love
S/ha:es relationship with my last
car, a Viva. I decided to sell and
I bought the new 1256cc Firenza
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I received it on a Tuesday gave
it a quick check-over aor Wednow-
day and travelled down to Corn-
wall on the Thursday. We spent
ten glorious days there and
arrived home having covered
2020 miles. The car averaged 36
mpg. used one pint of oil and had
a thousand mile service. We had
shear comfort travelling in the
ear and handling was effrtlea.,
SThe engine well only oneo
word, terrific. The car, Featastic.
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COMING DEMISE OF GRENADA DECLARATION by Androcles (from p.2)

One must congratulate Radio Dominica and the Goodwill singers on
the radio broadcast of Stainer's "Crucifixion" Jon Good Friday night.
Against a background of almost uninterrupted calypso ana soul, it was
a welcome relief to get something different.
The Star of the performance was undoubtedly MrFrancis Andre. This
must surely be his ous magnum as a singer it would be difficult
to overpraise him on his performance.. He was excellent as an indivi-
dual soloist. However,the choir on the whole was good and the choral
sections improved as the oratorio progressed. Mrs. Rita Bascom's
expertise showed up despite the handicap of the weakened organ which
accompanied. I wonder why we did not have a lirve performance which
could also havy been taped for broadcasting.
Inspiring this class performance was the leader and conductor,
Dr. E.I. Watty, to whom this community is already in many ways so in-
dbibiff ,We continue to be most grateful to him and his.Goodwill
Singers for their contribution to our cultural life.


DISCOU'AGEMNTS IN LIFE -... --
We have received this'revoaling letter from a young person in another
British Caribb.ean Island.

nLfam just too frustratodc'-ith the West Indies to ca-ie about anything,
anymore. All I can think about now is how to keep my mind in one piece as
best as I can. --
Not too long ago I idoit to get a new passport. Tihey say during the old '
Colonial days all one 'had"to do was to get one's Dirti Cortificato; and five
dollar sand all the trouibls wore over. Today it costsa-toen dollars, but that
nmght not be all. I t6bolb y British Passport in ii-th'" y fBirth" Certificate,
etc. It was then brought to my attention that my christhian name was not-on
the certificate, and I was told that I had to got" -shioni-' ho knew g pucoil' to.
swear-~y an affidavitF-tiaiI" rws indeed the person'r bfrrd~ d"to on the certi
ficateo. I had no quari'l with-that; perhaps the GobVrhiinnt"was tightening- ~p
oh'peoleo who try to get Pa'spoi-ts with ceotificatC"b' 6t belonging to them.
Anyhow, I went to & C-rms iioh.r of Oaths, and I exjplaiad how it would bo"
difficlt-to got somh onw Jho -eally knew me for tlh perioadof time specified
he didnthastate t0o ob' -or'to no a quick solution. An' asis6tanitof his, a man
whom I can never romobmibr ovef booing before, as g6ihg-to sioar f6r me for
a dollar. Then I rcalibod that it was a regular busiiioebbsith them, so that'
the Immigration Dopartmrieoiitas at least familiar with-Their names. Why then,
is this Government h6i dihiaIding that people likbc-' mo ot'sworn statements as
to the validity of our Birth Certificates?.... Certainly, as in my case, and
many'other cases lik-itt-it could'nover be to prevbnttaidhonost people from
obtaining Passports by false"o ins. Already fed up tb 'my hock with all the"'..
corruption going on"~n-':hb island nowadayS, I paia tb"' CbTmissionor with" dis-
guit his five dollar-"focfbr' his services, and .thcbollar to hir assistant.
My'paronts said ten year s go whon the present GoV~crmfint wanted you to 6ot
your registration card i6othtt'you could cast your vote (Toi"them) all you
had to do was go to a f''gicstratioh Centro, giv6 them the datoe and place bof
your Birth, and your iaamo i--and present address, and they posted your Rogiast
ration Card for you in a short time.
Up to a few months ago I was getting to iggoro"all"Thobo unpleasant thiig-"
of'~ife by some' ccapisr; I u-sod up all my leidur6 -time.16 warning French,, som-
timos drawing, working-on amy nvel, and when all th-at go- 6o the boring oi~d .e
I-bwitchod over'to Iaing-and experimenting with radib-'~ot-ii All those things
kept me at home, onablodh-cito put aside'come mono6y-Vory 'i6k. On Saturday'
I `ioild leave town anid"op-nd the weekend on the n6orh" cods't, thing and re-
laxing, and return hboWi rithenoi6ugh fish to last the. :whbI6 wook. I was thu--
able to cut down tremendously on my cost of living," (Continued on p. P (six)


Friday, April 7, 1972


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Pago Slx _T H E ST A R Friday, April 7, 1972
FAITHFUL SERVITOR DISCOURAGEfEITTTS- IfTLIFE (from p.4) but
Marcus Alexander Samuel, -t was tough though, I had to live-on
There are many people in Domini cish right t'lobubh tlh :. wek, got up-at
who have served their land for long fiv every mornaing'and prepare lunch
underpaid years and have (so to spmto tako tobwo0rk, but when the wook iwas
been tossed aside unrewarded.Such up I always aid fL nothing more to ada
a one is Marcus A.Samuel, whose ca to my savings. Thii the price of overy-
eer as Dispenser, Steward and hos- thing iii thiii8 cont'y began to rio et
pital clerk would occupy three pagsan alarming rato; a'llthe Prices Corm-
of the STAR. Since he was a student mission the Gboverntnnt sot up could do
dispenser in Antigua (1911) and his nothing., I bcht away to England for ,
transfer to Dominica where he did some radio- prts Thly cost about four-
technical/clerical work in the var- toon dollar, but ; ihen Customs was three
ious hospitals from 1914 to 1943, ough with m 'wlith their purchase tax
this man really served the people intheir surtax, aind the wireless liccn-e
all sorts of medical capacities, I had to buyii t _cbt i.i over twenty--
once even attending to the medical nine dollars in a11 Lss tourists cnme
needs of Grandbay dist. small cot- to our island las, year than the year
tage hospital (no resident Doctor before.
then) for 8 months then hishealth Provilouly th- ii-iony I mado froi
failed temporarily (no wonder), my extra iork Ihlped a groat deal in
Both Portsmouth and Roseau had good .ai.ain inng every'-1onth,
spells of service from this versat-and I couldS-pr o_6 of the money I
earned at- myJ ^ob to buy all my radio
ile and devoted civil servant. In earned t'iy. j t-bhy all my- ado -
rparts-o-tc.- I had to put a brokb. on all
1926, for example, he had to reside parts,-cto i o dut brut all
in the Roseau Hospital premises and p but stiel
help in Casualty dept.at night when things b6~t n--o L rsii. I found out
no Doctor was there. His salary was that a't-nd-6 T6Wok Ijuo ---
100 by0O yearly increments to a coLn *find'"tli'Ittl exta mon
Junior Clerk's ay o He ne to put away a bofoi'i 'and I wad still
Junior Clerk's p,ay of 200, He neverii......
reached Senior Grade until on 6 mth ivin off 'ish,- d-ostill having*o---
sick leave before retirement...then get up at five each nornig to prepare
the'Authorities gave him Senior Gr lunch.
with 6 months' back pay. Thus he I' jutE'-ca-n"-tkeupw ith this any..
was a Junior Clerk for 15 years,ans horc, w0rmanad--to atav money that I a--
ahave managed to save with so much dac-
after almost 30 years service, M?. rifioe forith-o-pd-throo yoqrn in now
Samuel was given a small gratuity wortifi ve, fty fiv--c~ c to the dollar.
and a monthly pension of $37.130 I dontt Swatto-put l1 the blame on-
During his 29 years service with Govrnmentt, figure that it ic what
Roseau hospital the number of ad- my Gov en I figure that it is what
missions rose to 1400 yearly and happens in developing country ith
miss e administered over 100 yearly naesth- a growing population like ours, but"-
he administered over 1,000 awhnI have t rkoo hard and make so
ethics, a much sacriico-and othrs take to so'
We spoke to this fine old citi- muchcor tioa t awa with it',
zen. He. said "My sun is setting. muc itaCupiofanri awtory. The oitly
My sight- is almost gone -;I cannot welu, its. a e 6ri tfor e to gt awaybo
write a letter." .solution I s6--id 'b-r me to get away'~o
rite a letter come place- withY a-challer population,
Mr. Samuel says that during his oven plthoachia mo backward place. iuch
17 years as Steward Dispenser, mod- a i:like:- 'y obst Iidicc'I don't like
ern surgery was started in Dominica s l lr6phr, ay of ihe
by a great surgeon, Dr. C.M. Rolstozits political atnoIhe re, so aty Of tuch
H. A other islands I. -irir&V ruled out. 6- 6_-
- who took up office when Sir H. A. ice is Britisli-Holiauras and for months"
Alford Nicholls retired from servi w I ccn -kerpnynina off the idCa-
Mr. Samuel served under Dr..1icholls of migrating thc 'mi.. When I read aboit
for 13 years, and describes, him as thingai th i. Leblanc and ai
the things-_tihc IrJ, Leblanc and -his
"that great gentleman Through a (Bradh atr) are doi
Canadian Insurance President (un likgettingdsaay ith it makor noe oi
Life), Dominica obtained the cost of nd gtie ting-waiti th,, it makes hme Weol
a smalloperating theatre. "Lawyer justified in wantifi t6 ldave the WoS -
Christian," says this faithful ser- Indics. ou kow om well; this tine
- Piton', gyV@ Dominica a modern op- I sign yself "FRUSTRATED and"
rating table. Dr. Rolston pressed -DIS~ILLUSIONED".
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S .. .-PEOPLE BEFORE PROPERTY Casesp.1
S*T*A*RS*P*0*R*T*S It was slap down one, pick up one.-
CRICKET: We would say that the total score was
..The match betw ;i NtoW Zealand in favour of the protesters (not all
and Guyana ended iha ai dra l like all the those accused were Freedom -Members,
otheo'first class matclis -play6d'by the just citizens jealous for their rights,
Kiwis;'Scores in the natchr w6ro- Guy- To sum up.: the"illegal procession"
ana 493/4 decL. and'202/5; C.Lloyd 133 was dismissed. Then ten persons were
anid 104n.o. A.KallichT.rani 154 and R. convicted and fined 'alternative one
FPredrick lOOn.o.; Wobb-bo6t bowling month in jail (a heavy alternative).
rsecnd inningsi2/32, Thyloi 1/23 -and They elected to do so, but strong pub-
Viviah 2/35. N.Z.,~488 adlouii,--Congdon lic pressure made them renounce the
103Qaiind'Turner 259, Collyoro'6/112, martyr's role.*Four others dismissed
Mathbiws, Adonis,' Gibbb baid Canacho one (charged with obstructing Sgt.Valmond),
wickete-ach. (N.Z.-I.I 'Id-te scoreb6eb For "unnecessary noise" in the Court
LEAGUE: Harlen Roverb score the least House 10 persons were fined $20, alt.
riin~ in an inning' this s cason when they 20 days in jail. Destroying despatch
woro bowled out.by'Sain'ht in tlihir sec-boxes (S.Lestrade) 'dismissed. The pol-
ond'-inining~rfh 32-. -ScorWi- rhtr match '-iceSban did' not kno`1 wha't a ^despatch
wor6:- H.R. 87/8 dcCl;' ahd.32, L.Wi-il- box was. Damage to Judge's Chambers
ian i19 and 22; N.Ph-ilip 4/42 and 6/9 (Lestrade) also dismissed.*Cases ag-
C.Doctrovo 3/17.-and 3/6. Shinta 181, ainst Julian Giraud & Lucien Pacquette
N.Phillip 25, N,MIarieo28 aid K.Phillip withdrawn; one case against 'Vivian
2_; U.Nixon 4/74, C.Aucustus 2/15 and Burke dismissed, another (assaulting
I.Bcnoit B/59. an'officer conviction-. 16.) One saw
NETBALL: that a lot of the charges. were petty
Over last weckond, a visiting and manufactured, Several persons or-
Barbadoo team, Dover Tro~tbrs, won one iginally named had their cases with-
out-or' hroe miatchcs played in sucooc- drawn,* Case against Mayor Annette St.
sivo evenings. They lost -25-34 to a Hilaire for obscene language .dismissed.
school team represented moctly by C.H.lEarlier, charged with making noise,
girl.. . this lady stated truly that she could
Tc I*ithe second ridtch which lwa not speak above a whisper and was due
clboly -contested Affair ith nhither for a throat operation.
sidao staying in the 1oid for long. The Severest sentences of all and alsb
Biaian wore lucky to g&F'the last goal censure, and gibes from the Ag.A.G.
in the dying seconds wen the hatch that his demeanour was aggressive and
stood :at 27-27 thus dofcatifg last showed guilt, were meted out to our
years champions, Gazzle 28-27. front-page portrait-man Eton Bellot,
Oii-Sunday night 'they lost to a D.A.S Aonvicted of having "jabbed" the Speak-
toani; er (who packed a gun) and told him -
LExAiE St.Rita' of Pointcificala "Go and get the F------ Premier."
budding netball tehanha their fiist As far as we and the defendants- are
Victory in this the ncc-nrl c0.aoh concerned, the whole thing was a fan-
16-7 Howev thiytheir iiftt d ach tastic waste of time and money. 14 dayE
agnst.Dalers St Ai5 160"t 26-9. of.work wasted, with. women and child-
against ..Dalers S.t en as the victims. And all this while
Lhat. night Dazzlcrs co~plcftciy a&Commission of Inquiry was sitting. *
swandpc St~Martints SclIooil,, hboriAg 53 "
to5chool' In the bco0ha-natch,now. FAITHFUL SERVITQ 1 : .H SISamuel (fr. p.,6)
conoier Hillsborough Spc~ials' corecd an In a future isaue of the STAR e hope to
easy win of 32 to Barcllay-'Bink 21. give details of the other Doctors irho-
BASKETBALL- After anasEbLcr break served Dominica ardientl during'the loni
league matches rosunmd an ebds. First, service of Ifr. Itarcus A. Samuel. Ed.
Concords defeated S.I.I.A.Ma-ians 51-44. .'
Second,Bata Bullots cor-plotely out- B I R 5 H ANNOUNCEMENT
played Panthers 76-4'1.' Ffr Bitas H. A son was born early. on Thursday
St.iIlaire got the seasonoa highest morning to Mr. and Mrs. Winston
score 50 points, -- Pond of Loubiere. Congratulations
Ni1' ZEALAND W.InIfES:-Prss time sco CALLED BOMB ON MIMIISTER S HOME :
I:.T. batting 255 -for 6-~Geoffrey Patrick John was as
GIenidge (B/dos opener-in Ist Test) Vhire Mr. Patrik John was asleep in
id ( o r i t t his New Town home, some sort of blast
50. A.Kalllicharan& Holfd batg occurred-which isa being investigated.
lri*ted & Pub li',.shed by the Proprietor, R.E.Allfrey of Copt Hall 1iilhOU Z-at1
26 Bath Rd.Roseau, DorzInica, Court Case photos by Prof.Pierre Lucette. *


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This is your chance to take your pick
from our stock of Top Quality Cameras,
Movie Cameras, Lenses, Enlargers,
etc. which we are selling out at
Fantastic Savings.
AVAILABLE ARE:-
LEICA M4 Cameras and Lenses, OLYMPUS
35SP, OLYMPUS 35LC, OLYMPUS 35EC,
ROLLED B, ROLLED C, ROLLEICORD VB,
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TELE LENS, CANONMATIC C30, ZEISS
VITESSA 500, ZEISS VITESSA 1000 SR,
AGFA OPTIMA RAPID 500V, CANON
ZOOM 518.2 CINE, MINOLTA AUTOPAK
8.6, MINOLTA 8-D6, PENTAX LENSES,
SUN LENSES, ZORKI LENSES, WESTON
MASTER METERS, ROWI ENLARGERS
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SELLING AT REDUCED PRICES
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