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Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica). December 21, 1979.
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Publication Date: 03-23-1973
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Morrs Cyrille of the STAR (rt),Gerard Chas*
seau and Tony Cyrille in Ba.d of .theYar.,:-
"Legions of the AgeK s

DEATH OF LORD HOWIC
Lord Howick of Glendale, KG, GCMG,
KN.CO, who retired from his position as Chair-
;nen ef the Commonwealth Development Cor-
poration lastyear died on Saturday loth March
1973 of Pneumonia following a relapse in his re-
covery from a recent faith. He last visited Domini
ca during February T971 on the occasion of the
Official 0 p e'n i a g of Dominica Electricity
Services Fond Cole Power Station.


NEW CHAIMAN
Commonwealth Development
Corporation
is Sir ric oriffith-
Jonoes KBE,ICUG, ICwho
is here for two adrya
with hi wvifo and the
Ro gional Controller of
CDC,Mr.QB0gual B laWvki.
He is seeing Govern-
mont IHeada and visi-
ting CDC projects in
Dominica, including
the Bsch-dobated Cas-
tie Bruce Estate. *
Just as our paper Is
printed, Sir Eric is
holding a press con-
forence at the Fort
Young Hotol.


OUR FRONT PAGE
STORY
(of last week)
$ Soo for a Wife
by Rose 0
This matter is causing strife!
SA Carib had to buy his wife
Before she could put foot down
At the airport a hundred pound!

But the lady delayed to pay,
Saying she'll go away-
Remove her children and leave!
So they give her a short reprieve.
The matter must raise in The House!
It's unjust to tax any spouse;,
If thqy tax a man overseas wife
Govment breaking up family life.

BARCLAYS NEW CHAIRMAN
Sir John Thomson, Chairman of Barclays Bank
who recently visited Dominica, is to retire on Sept.
30 and will be succeeded on Oct.z by Mr. Ani
thony Tukes5z,Chairman of Barclays Bank Inter-
national,
Mr. Tuke is the third member of his famiily
to be Chairman of Barclays Bank, his grand
father and father having preceded him in the
post.


IF THE HAND OF GOVERNMENT MOVES INTO THE HOTEL INDUSTRY ,
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Po e Two T H E S TAR A1idtay. March 25. 1975
READERS' VIEW READERS' VIEW
Townships -- and Bananas Dear Editor, Checking Pacts
The townships Stunt is surely to Sometime last, year listeners to a
justify the increase in the Legia- Radio Dominica broadcast heard a govern-
lture (more members) and as a ment release state that the facts
nmans of getting people to. agree c should be first be checked by a cer-
the recommendations of the Bounder corresndent beoe issuing
les Commission with its increased .n responsible new items. The point
expenditure and consequent increase was wel The pointtaken
in taxes. I know the. release was prepared by
Government should give us the Mr.Ronald Armour after he tried un-
full Boundaries Report, asd4 not pu successfully to got his P.R.O. chief
It on Us piecemeal, to/get me to retract My statements.
I was, interested to read your Recent official statements have since
brief report of Mr Stevorins" b1 na confirmed my story: government was
Ckbie Ao UK I understand that a still in the Castle Bruce affair aw d
gentleman from Br4taln is hero would be willing to buy the estate
looking into the position of banana unler certain conditions; all this
'boxing plants (sheds). His name I despite a "hands off" policy
am told, is Mr Reynolds. Nothing It would seem that R.O.P.A would
much has come over Radio Dominica prctise what. he preaches. He should
about this, We. want to know exact,-. Praatiser what. h preaches, cHe saul
yab wht his findingst to areow be ready with facts for the news media,
PR whaOBER Portsmouth socially myself, since his release
wasR aimPo at my reporting.,
I called him recently to check
Is a Communist a. Fool? some facts on an item which had re-
By Hug~ Lawrence gional importance and which enjoyed
What really prompted me to write air-time on a Govermenet Information,
thi6 article is' from the moment I Programme. Here is the verbatim text
heard over the air that Czechoslo- loa our conversation:-
vakia has consented to allow the ...Ring.. ring...jing
Catholic church to, replace. four Voico: Hello
bishops there. Since 1948 the Reuters: Is this Mr. Armour?
church was what I should say ran.- Voice: Speaking
sacked'and stripped of her functi a eutcrs: Good morning, T1his is Joey
there. Dr Po.tter's visit to Russia Van.te.rpool.
and the thousands of Bibles iipoi't- Armour: Oh, hi man
ed there are hopeful signs. Reuters: I understand that the Layou
I remember when the Russian aBti Hotel. interests are preparing
ranaut returned from space he re- a fact sheet denying the
marked that he searched for God, but Premier' s stoVy. Would you
didc not see or find Him. He did clarify certain points so I
not realise o' perhaps ho just caS have a balanced story
couldn't, that God is in all of us 01i the issues?
and that He is a Spirit and cannot Ari^mour: I have nothing to' discuss
be seen. Unlike the Russian astro,. WITH YOU.
nant, the American astronauts pray) clickt..hangs up phone'.
the faithful ones receive Holy Corn- JOEY VANTBRPOOL, Goodwill
union before they leave the earth,
and even the Holy Bible is taken up READERS'VIEW (co .)a.) required of
with some of them* When Appdllo 13 thee...The heart of fools is in their
got int6c difficulty, the Americans mouth... As. a house that. is destroyed
asked thewhole world to pray for so is wisdom to a fool...The heart
their safety and truly our Merciful- of a fool is like a broken vessel,
Father heard and favoured their sup- and no wisdom at all shall 'iJ hold.
plication. I cannot be a communist's
judge but I shall quote a few suit- ST. LUCIA EXHIBITION Our Stalls
able passages from the Scriptures to Doniniceic s participating in this tr.do
portray His identity or ideology: fair irith'cxiiibits of nats, cooking oil,.
"The fool says in his heart thee soops 6tc. Vonozuela is standing all ox-
is no. God... The fear of the Lord is onscs. Arranging our displays are rs.
the beginning of Wisdom...Thou fool, osalind Volhoy and lirs. Lucillo DlaCk-
tb&&.very night, thy soul is (next ool) nan, who flow, to St. Lucia thick wook, .
the natcria.c having arrived beforohanld.






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Hotel Sites Beach Lands,
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ASSOCIATED STATE OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ORDINANCE
Schedule of Application for Certificare of Title and Notinfs
thereon and Caveats for week ending 24th day of March, 1973.


Date Requested Person Presenting Nature of request
whether a Certificate
of Title of Noting
thereon or Caveat.


Request dated
the .7th day
of February,
1973.
Pretsnted toa
21st day of
1March 1973,
at 9.25. a.m.


Noble James
by his Solicitor
C upa. A.M.
Dupigny


Request for the iasue
of a First Certificate
of Title in respect of
a portion of land at
Weatey village, in the
Parish of St. Andrew,
Ii. the State of Domsi I
irdca containing 1 1 8 1
square feet and boiur
ded so follows:-


North East by land of Erld Celestint South Ea t by
land of Mignotnette Andrew South West by land of
MarieSylvester North West by land of Martin Benja.
misn ad a Right of Way.


RAgistrar's Office,
Roseau, Dominica.


EPHRAIM F. GEORGES
Acting Registrar of Titles


NOTE:-- Any person who desires to object to the Issue of a
FNrst Certificate of Title In the above applicatlonsmay enter a
Caveat in, the above Office within six weeks from the date of
the first appearance of this Schedule in the STAR Newspaper
published in this State or from the date when the notice pre.
scribed by law was served on any owner or occupier of adjoining
t qd in reOpect of which the application i1 mads.


Fishes for Sale
(Guppies etc)
o10 cents each mothers 25 cewn


Obtainable from:
Robbie B. Affrey,
at STAR Office, Sat., a.m.
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"These letters that you complimented her for typing so
beautifully how soon do you need them retyped?"
DOMINICA ELECTRICITY SERVICES.
wishes to advise its consumers that ar-
rangements have now been made w i t h
BARCLAYS BANK INTERNATIONAL
LIMITED
for them to pay their electricity and other'
bills at the recently opened branch in
GRAND BAY


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SPage Four T -U1 _T_ A R ZiclayMnT' Pb, 197-
MR. LEBLANC'S 1NEW STRATEGY EIGHT TOWHSHIPS. HURRAHJ by a
Special Correspondent
Despite very high cost of living, unbearable taxes, increasing un-
employment and starvation, banana prices, Mr. LeBlanc has found time to
work overtime to. throw political dust into the eyes of Dominicans by de-
claring La Plaine, Castle Bruce, Marigot,- Vielle Case, Colihaut, St.
Joseph, Soufriere and Grand Bay Townships.
These villages will become Towns next. National Day. Surely, Mr.
LeBlanc's criterion in creating townships is not based on population.
For, Wesley has more people than Vieille Case and. Pointe MiChel more people
than Soufriere. Yet neither" Wesley nor Pointe Michel has been elevated.
Both should put in their claims before it is too late. Every schoolboy
has read of the Trajan Horse. But Mr.LeBlanc has not yet learnt that an
old: outworn trick in new words cannot work forever.
Sound principles., honesty and integrity, Mr. LeBlanc, always pay best
in the end. It is no use trying strategies through which average folks
see even before such antics are spoken or written.
-The truth is, Mr. LeBlanc, you noted how stubbornly those eight
villages voted in the last general election October 26, 1970, So ;ou thirk
the time is ripe to woo them. You now pat them'on the back, and if that
doesn't work, you will be able to console yourself after the next election,
that that is what you expected of them. But if in. 1970 they foresaw what
would come to pass, and. you were indiscreet enough to prove their forecast
right, why now do you hope that they will be more foolish in 1973 or in
1975? Ordinary folks, except yourself, learn- from their mistakes.
The 9Q General Election Report speaks voluncs. But, Mr. LeBlanc,
you and your colleagues have hopelessly failed to interpreted it rightly.
Marigot wa= the only village that succeeded outright The other
villages will not fail this time. Castle Bruce has already decided des-'
pite your recent political courtship And the villages yoi think are
sleeping are rubbing their eyes and rapidly wakening up despite your sub-
tle yet anxious preparations for next National Day Celebrations and your
Oe.aseless Village Council whitewashings.
Congratulations to you, eight villages! Yours is the supreme and
proud duty to- let yoVr light shine upon your smaller neighpouring villages
so that our dear old Dominica can return to political sanity with social
and economic progress as well as internal peace '

-R E A D E R S VIE W the Mercantile Community was com-
Dear Madame ipltely ignored, and I heard LeBlanc
Maame, On Touism told someone, he would close the Bar
Would you through this medium ask of the Layou River Hotel and would
the Minister in charge of Tourism the see that the licence was not renewed.
following:- Would that not interfere with justice?
Are we in Dominica interested in Are you prepared to. throw away good
Tourism and if so, what steps are Taxpayers' money in another case?
being taken to educate the people? Your friends' Hotels are. not as good
If the Minister says No, why is he as Layou. Your Ministers are taxing
spending taxpayers money uselessly? us to the hilt, but you and your Govt.
I listened'to: Radio Labour/LeBlaac and perhaps even your families will
and heard the number of visitors who pay for your sins one day.'
went to St.Lucia and Trinidad last So let us at. this late stage try
month and the amount of revenue re- and educate one another if we want
caived. the. quick revenue of, tourism, for
-Surely the attitude of the *Premier every member in the community will
at Layou River showed that he too prosper, be it laundress, taximan,
should be educated in dealing with or Handcraft and factory workers.
people; a man in high position should S Roseau
know that he shouldn't order drinks PROTESTOR, Roseau:
after closing time and upset the rules "The busiiiosa of a translator in to
of the Hotel. writo down what he thinks the original
At Go.vt. House iii.the "Wash-Your- inocnt." U.H. Audon, quoting C.S.
Foo0.-and Come",to wuidlih just friends Lotis on troanslationo of the biblo.
supporters were invited, (next col)






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ASSOCIATED STATE OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
Schedule of ApptcoCiiwn for Cen.ifcate of Title and Notings
thnrerin and Cavats for week ending 17th day of March, ;973. ,


bate Requested


Request dated
the 12th day
of February
1973.
Presented the
13th day of
March 1973
at 3.45. p.m.


Person Presen


Jame. Wri
by his Soli
Cilma A
Spupi


ting Nature of request wheth-
er a Certificate of. Titce of
Noting thereon or Caveat.
ht. Reqtuet for tho issu.
of a First Certificate
citor of Titl. in repeat of
*a portion of liad at.
.M. Wesley in the Pariash
any of St. Anadrew, ia theI
iState of Dominica con.
tainina 46 3 5 square
... -feet and bounded as
followat-


North by land of fPtiuana Kisard lsea by iwad o~
Pretty Duddg West by land of jmes Henor
South by a Public Read.


Registrar's Office,
Roseau. Dominica,


EPHRAIM F. GEORGES
Acting Registrar of Titka


NOTE: Any pterison who desires to object to the issuing of a
Certificate of title on the above application may enter a Caveat
in the above office within six weeks from the date of the First
appearance of this schedule in the STAR Newspaper published
In this State or from the date when the notice prescribed by
law was last served on any owner or occupier 'of adjoining,
land to respect of which the agilication Is made.



FOR SALE
I bedroom;strong timber house painted
white on outside, walnut type panelling
inside. Space for apartment underneath.
Bathroom,2 bedrooms. 20 feet lo ggo.
The house is on freehold land of 8,0oo
sq.ft. on a road at Mero, with water,
electricity and septic tank drainage.
For further particulars apply to:
Miss Vanya Dupigny,
Chambers,
Roseau, _777

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
LIQUOR LICENCE
To Lhe Magistrate Dist. "E"
& T he Chief ot Police
I, Ayoub Karam, now residing at Trafalgar,
Parish of St George, do hereby give you notice
that it is my intention to apply at the Magis-
trate's Court to be held at Roseau, on Monday
the.2nd day of April 1973, ensuing for a
TAVERN LIQUOR LICENCE in respect of
my premises at 48 Hillsborough /Queen Mary
'Ss., Parish of St George.
Dated the 13th. day of March 1973


Ayoub Karam


NOTXC OF APLIATO FO


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Dated the rth day of March z973
Edward Hugh Green
7 z. -JT


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
LIQUOR LICENCE
To the Magistrate Dis!. "E"
I, Edward Hugh Green, now residing a. ,L e-
field Parish of St Paul do hereby give you
notice that it is my intention to apply at the
Magistrate's Court to be held at Roseau on
Monday, the 2nd day of April 197u, ensuing for
a Night Bar Licence in respect of my premises
at Canefield.Parish of St Paul.
Dated the I2th day of March 1973


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To the Magistrate Dist. "B"
I, Edward Hugh Green, now residing at Cam-
field Parish of St Paul. do hereby give you
notice that it is my intention to apply et the
Magistrate's Court to be held at Roseau on
Monday, the and day of April 1973, ensuing for
a Retail Liquor Licence in respect to my prcmie
se at Canefield,Parish of St Paul.


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Friday, March 23,19 T H E T AR Page Seven .
-iction -- MA TITII-E Cynthia Watt
After a sunshiny draught of days, the weather broke, and the rain.
took charge. Almost everyone could be heard sniffing from colds, and
at Ma Titine's the entire family was" no exception. Even Steve. But after
a few days of "daily dosages compounded from local herbs and old-style
eucalyptus, they were well on their way to recovery. Steve wanted to go
to a doctor, but Ma Titine would have: none of it.
"Wat: go to doctor? =at for? I good jus like doctor. I know all de
bush to make medeecine. Is de same bush dey takin to make pels an all
dat." And no matter how Steve, tried hoe had to take' his dose.
Sitting on the porch one evening, Ma Titine looked at Steve carefully.
Sure, he was a fine chap. As though reading her thoughts, Steve glanced
up and caught her gaze. Eurilla was in the drawing-room busily sorting,
out records for the gram.
"Haie Steve boy. an how you likin it heah?"
"Oh fine, Ma Titine, just fine. I .heard quite a lot about Dominica
before I met Rilla, but never had the inclination to .visit. Looking back
now"(glancing fondly in that direction-) "I decided that I must visit her
island; so here I am, and loving it more day be day... and loving..."
"And loving Eurilla moh day by day too t" Well," hmmphed Ma Titine,
"dat is shore fine for you. An you make pleny fren?tl
".Oh, umpteens'"
Ma Titine shifted her bulky weight, and stretched out her legs com-
fortably.
"Ah! dat is good tool So you like Domeneka plenty? You wood like
to stay heah?"
-Steve nodded. "Wouldn't mind,"
Ma Titibe bent forward. "Well, at least you have $500 to pay (long.
Wat you decide about Eurilla? Eef you say you love hah so much, an you
doan care. wat yoh people say, you doan tink is time you do something speshul?"
Steve blinked. "Do something special?" Then enlightment dawned upon
him. "Ohi I see what you mean, but....."
Ma Titine was on her feet, giving him no chance to finish his words.
"But she. almost screeched. "Wat you mean. by 'but'? I won have no
'but' heah. Eurilla-a-a-&: ... I bring hah up respectable an I want hah
to stay respectable, you heahI No dam monkey-bisniss...notting so.
wokkia heah wid me. She have yoh chile, so wat you saying now? You is de
fadder...an a real home mus have modder, fadder au chile togedder. Is
dat I saying "
Steve was taken aback by this unwonted tifade. His face was flushed,
but when he spoke his voice was steady, and almost reproachful.
"Ma Titine, I am so. sorry that you thought of me in that lights I
intend to marry Eurilla...I was just getting myself acquainted with the
island and..."
But Ma Titine wanted to hear no more. She rushed over to Steve and
almost lifted him bodily and crushed him in a beear-like embraced
"Date's my boy!" she crowed over him. "Dat's -my boy.' I dee always
tell dem you is a real gentleman. Eurilla-a-a-1 come heah gyal," and not
waiting for Eurilla to come to the. porch, she actually dragged poor Steve
along with her into the drawing room, and including Eurilla in the embrace,
smacked her cheeks and then Steve's with loud kisses.
"Congrats. chile' Steve all ready foh do weddire Hahl Hah. dat going
to be a fete." Then disengaging herself, she thrust Eurilla into Steve's
arms, and. going to the sideboard poured out three drinks.
"Heah." she cried out gaily, and waltzing over to them with their
glasses, "heah's to de bride an groom!" Then, conspiratorily: "Know who
I gain to invite beside our frens?" Laughingly, "All de Miaxstahs and deir
wife,new an ole Hah Eah Hfah' wat allyou say?" Suddenly she stopped,
and a queer look passed over her face. "But Steve, you from dong south, an
is dere day keolin so much people..."
"I'm from Tennessee, Ma Titine....... "
Ma Titine actually howled. "Wuss again. wuss again Wee Boa Dieul
Is dere dey keel Martin Lutter Keeng Boen Diou' doan tell me is dere yo.u
goin to bring nmy chile It. took quite a bit to reason with Ma Titine
but eventually she relaxed somewhat.





Page Eight T HE S T A R Friday, March 23, 1973
TALK'OF THE TOWN by John. Spector N 0 T I C E
This week I've done more listen-
ing than writing I discovered the Messrs. H.H.V. WHITCHURCH & Co.
Major topics of gossip, disset and Ltd.; wish to inform the Public that
interest in the wake of Carnival their WHOLESALE, RETAIL and CAR
and the Prince. They are: gratuities ACCESSORIES Departments will be'
to ex-Members of the House; the CLOSED for STOCKTAKING on SATURDAY,
New Towns; the Cabinet Reshuffle; 31st MARCH, 1975.
and the new Chairmanship of the The GENERAL OFFICE remains QPEN
Public Service Commission. The first as usual.
three subjects are discussed from
the-point of view of expense."Is B A N AN A PRICE
it justified now, when most people After exchanges between WINBAN and
are so poor? One recipientof an Mr. John van Geest during the last
uncooked for bonus from an impov- few days, the price paid to growers
perished Government told one of my for bananas this week is stated as
friends: "They sent me the money. 4 cents per lb. exclusive of bonuses.
I don't know what it's for. But I A release says that the Management
kept it anyway." Everyone agrees. Committee of the Dominica Banana
that it's nice for our villagesto Growers Association is disappointed
become towns, but they suspect an that the Company has not agreed to
ulterior motive, and ask-where the allow the increase from 3.?cents a Lb.
amenities commensurate with tovn- from 12th March; however$ after rep-
ship are coming from?-VE will pay' presentations, the new higher price
As to the change of Ministers, the of 493i was conceded from March 19.
general opinion as-you all well
kfow, is "it's a fix." Bigger pen- New "Switch" Minister on Rounds
sions for little men,-and-a way of Since his takeover from Mr. E.A.
easing out human liabilities. -** Leslie, Mr. Patrick John has visited
The. talk on the Chairmanship of the Prisons Dept., where he heard corn-
the Publio Service Commission is plaints from some inmates and agreed
more subtle. The post is one of- to give them further consideration,
influence rather than affluence, Towards the week-end he
and consists in advising Government spoke to personnel in the new Police
on the' engagement of applicants, Headquarters, and among his remarks
or-rather presiding over a body was an expression of confidence in
which does that. It is-a distinct ySenior Officers, plus the hope that
non-political post, which Messrs, he could be equally confident of junior
Kelly and Bully have-perf6rmed witp personnel some day.
credit. The new nominee is an ex- What's wrong with the junior police-
Labour Mayor of Roseau. He was highmen? Just youth, or other drawbacks?
on the executive of the Labour Par- ____
ty, and is still a trustee of that T O..A.. A L
organisation, I believe. He is the On SuTH SOCIAL LEAGUE IS LIVELY
brother of oar Governor, himself O Sial eau h 1(0h leaders
a Labour nominee as Speaker onwardsSocial League (Northern & Eas-
But the middle-agedgentleman wh tern Branches) -held study day at
brought up this topic with me did. Hall, CALIBSI Sister
ntroght p that way. He id: valina John Phillip said in her guest
n Wellrp itniethhat the esai a speech on the theme "A New Look at
tigue it'ouse ispainted old a the Role of Leaders in Dominica":
good-landmark in Roseau at last... coWe want to build a people; lower for
Aid it's nice that Mr. Zon is now communitye s have the real power fo
Sir Louis our Governor... and it's change; only When people grow can
they feel their environment, d-o away
nice that Miss Claudette Cools-Lar- they feel their environment do away
tigue is Secretary of the Tourist with all mistrust andhkeep poativse
Board... and itts really lovely tha. values close to their hearts...Stoop
Mr. Bernard Cools-Lartigue is now down toicratshe urge and home-mleader foods
the Chairman of the Public Service, Haidrafts andhome-made foods
Commission, of which the Governor's were on show with the produce of the
land; there was a display showing
wife's niece is the Secretary..." "what a 'rewa-schooler learnsy owing
That's how the fellow went on,leav- whata ery & Vie-schooler learns. Febrated
in the crunch-line to the last. Guiste e & charist.Vil cebrated
in tn crucn-ie -c -Gn a^the^ Eucharist. *****^v;s*






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CRICKET. LEAGUE: -Saints took a s~i<
po nt load over their closest rivals
Spartans for the championship after
getting the four points in their
dravm match against Blackburns, the
first draw for the season. Saints
now. have 59 points in four matches
and Spartans 53 in the same amount
of matches. In third place is S.M.A.
and Blackburns with 31 pts. in four
and five matches respectively.
Blackburns batting first took a
long time in amassing 239 well into
the second day's play after a poor
start. I.Munroe 83, K.Laurant 63-&.
P.Bardouille 25 were main scorers.
In absence of Norbert Phillip whowbp-
playing in St. Vincent, D.Defoe .3/34';
CoDoctrove 4/63 and M. Roberts 2/20.
Saints successful bowlers.
Rel e "e A-3sAh j igh-
est Taso, J e es JLLZ
the fourth century this season, C.
Do'6trove 71, C,Larocgue 61 and K.
PhI22Xt 37. For Blackburns, D.Dublin
4/64, K.Laurent 2/102 an 4 M.Zamore


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Dominican; hoe being a. born British sub-
ject of England, our "MoIether Country."
That now iA, AnQmtQIt" is rather hurt-
ful. It reflects vory badly on our
little ponniloess EDoinica.
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(Sorry we ca~no- pr'it-i6other letters
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2/52. ETW LIAT AIR-lOSTESSES FROM DOMlNUlA: oxc
Blackburns at the end of the final Beauty Quoon,S funnor up;:Rosonary Giraud,
day were: 98/1. M.Leblanc 40 n.o. and Jocolyn Royer and Zona Hoot or. _
P.Bardcluille 41 n.o. -CRICKT.- DW'D GEALORE. Australia and
During all. that time, Celtics-Uni- Trinidad played to an exciting draw at
ted playing their third consecutive Gtiaracara Parit- Trinidad last pair
match at the D.G. S. grounds defeated dl I.Ali and R.A'43adoon pLaying stubbornly
S.M.A. "by 65 runs. Scores were, for 15 of the nra.ndatory 20 overs. Scorca
Celtics United 142 andd 184,B.John 21, wore Australia 327/5 dec.,ancd 362/5
E. Furgus 50, P. Jno Jules 5-2 and R. dec. T'rinidadc.368/7 dcc., and 232/9 -
Cuffy 75. For S.M.A., R. Shillingfcaf'
5/86, L. Lewis 1/26, V. Alleyne 1/20, The second test natch between England
K. Gabriel 5/45 & 4/83 and R. John and Paldistan ondod in 'a draw liko their
Pierre 5/10. in a devastating spell. first oo. ..
S.M.A. 123 and 138, C. Etienire 40, The tIir.d cricket aost naftm h botauon
R. Toussaint 31, L. Lewis 31, C.BurgiAs Australia and the Uca-t Indien starts
26 nmo. aid K. Gabriel 20. For Celtics today.
United, R. John 3/37 & 1/49, B. John A. two-day natch be-twoen a St.Vincent
4/26, E. Anthony 5/46 & 1/31 and. P. invitation bom an dcl the Wo-et Indies led
John Jules 4/20. by Clyde Ualcott in KZinhails aboosence
BASKETBALL. Last Friday evening, SMA ondod in a draw,.
Sharks defeated Roseau Concords 44-0. ------
For, Sharks C.Elwin 24, Concords C.. WATER PROBLEII AT SALISBUIf
Elwin 10 and A. Loblack 10. Thia-is acuto, especially when it's
In the other match of-the evening, dcry.
Caroni Cardinals- narrowly won their Tlid-a?6:voir is always overflowing.
match over By-Trinee El c etrons 49-46.1
For Cardinals, C. Roberts 14,CVliams Constant conplainta are being nade
-1S and C,John Baptiste 10. Electrons, but nothing is .being done by the
G.DanieL-17' and E Blackman 12,. authorities. Is Govornipent clocping?
Wecdtbaclay night, S.M.A. Gails de- Meanwhile the Salisbdry people suffer.
feated.their rival team S.M.A. Sharks DATES COLLIDE: Th-e House of Assombly
54-51L in a very fast, good scoring meeting for April'9 'has boon postponed -
match. For Gails, C.David 10, Thomas to WEDS. APRIL 18,10. a.n.* Connonwealth'
10Q, L.Rocque 10 and B.Shillingford 10., Heads of G.ovts.noet (GOANA) 9th-11th Apr.
For- Sharks, C.Elwin 16, E.Loblack 11 Prin1ted Published by the Proprioetor,
fl.E.A.lroy of Hill 1 outo, Copt Ikll. at
an.dRoyer 12.DGS defeated Roseau Con- a b Lath Rd.flosag Don ..icad .
cords 42-34 that evening. :-.s.o*ea Donsca s .


Fridav. March 25,.1Q975J


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