,lrs .,s Jane Lowenthal,
Research Institute for
;the Study of Man',-
162 East 78 Street, -
rNew York 10621, N.Y.
fTeeIf. S*A./ 2691, Editor 26'10
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or: PIYLLIS SHAND ALLFREY
Vol. XVI No. 18 Friday May4, 1973" Tena Cents
ESTHER IS THE WINNE
1973 Carifta Queen
R CARITA CtOWN TO STAY
he- n lovely ESTse FADSI=ew
came home triumphant Thurs.
S(Uotfrecado & Band)tho $1000o
'erown came with her to stay.
It has been won by us twice
(1971 Carifta Nuoon was An-
the, Mondosire.oloro Estlor
is boixig crowtned .by 1972
(JAaaican) winner in Groea-
da, where the Preomior gavo
ai dinner and cocktails for.
contosatnts and. chaperones.
At the danco the girls woVr
/closoIy observed. Miss
i// Barbrad4os %adl Miss Trinidad
r' / ore runnaors-up.. father
wore a. vhito swimsuit and
the s mtlhing.s oyoning gown
we saw on parade here.
(oto b6y Herbvt Alexan4er
'' / a Tr"in~Ad ExpeT
MRi. ST. JOHN
r v Evering theae tee address at the Freedoa
Party Convention Sun-June y" Hon. H.B. St
SJohn, QC. Youthful opposition leader of the
On April 30 Mombors
-of tho Houso assembled
to finish the business
of their current fbsaeim.
Docauso lights woro offt
and there i as no Hansad-,
style stenographer for
such duties, the aoius-
ion was again put off
until Weds. May 9th.
A shocking wasto of
time and travel. And
oven as the Speakor
adjournod the House,
electricity y came on!
We understand that Mr.
WS. Stevons resigned
as from end of Soeaion,
whose book on the Caribbeaa scene end charactw
begins in review by R.H.L. on p.4. Wo hope rea-
der$ will be provoked into comment!
DoIiN I'A FRE.. iED O
The Fifth Annual Convention of the Domi-
nica Freedom Party will take place at Wesley on-
Sunday. 3rd.. June 197:3 commencing at o.oo a ..m.
(2) All members f the Party are reminded to ".
take along with them their membership Card, Ar- :
rangements will be made to enable arrears of sub*
scription to be collected, also an opportunity wi-l
be allowed to persons wishing to become members.
of the Party before the commencement of the pro-
ceedings. Those possessing Party Badges should
wear them at the Convention.
(3) Members in the rural areas will contact.
their Party Agents, Members and supporters in
Roseau and closely related areas wishing transport
will meet outside the Herald 'Office on Sunday
morning. Buses will depart from that point at
(4) Friends and supporters of the Domina
Freedom Party are cordially invited to attend the
open Session of the Convention,
ANDRE V, SALKEY
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Pag Tw H TA __y My41T
WATERGATE EXPOSURE by John Spector
Although American politics (other
than spectacular assassinations) gener-
ally leave Dominicans apathetiocnotice
has been taken of the Uatergate Scandal
This is because those here who listen
and read news critically feel that it
may have some relevance to our scene.
I have 'heard friends say 'this week -
"what we want is a Wa-tergate Exposure""
followed by a sigh -' "Ibut ie may never
get it,, they love their jobs andmoney
Stood much.." Ours is a little world com-
Nto the hugeness-of 'Washifnton machin-
ations in the United'States. But the
shady attempt of U,.S."Presidential ad-
visers to spy on and smear their Demo-
cratic rivals and then to cover up and
lie makes people here reflect on the
attempts to turn the heroic 16th of
December into a crimih'al lobt, of'the
waste of local and overseas money.sand
many other things which'will come out
in the course of time.,. perhaps* One
of the reasons why"Ministers and rul-
ing members hold on to office so inten-
sely is that they don't want their suc-
cessors to know all that went on during
their tenure .. .
So although'I did not go into mourn-
ing oniMay Day, like I1rA., Frederick
Joseph, Gen.Sec. of the Dominica.Amal-
gamated Workers Union,. I certainly went
into retreat in a mok, of gloom caused.
by the condition of drought-struck
Dominica. To sweeten the week there
was information on more monetary aid
to this State# but"t'hat did not bring
comfort to the.average Dominican(save
those on the new feeder road routes)
for the average man knows and is grate-
ful for Commonwealth and bank- aid and
loans, but he wants to know also that
the hand-outs are properly spent, but
feels increasingly that they are NOT.
What really runs up the cost of liv-
ing is the quiet way the Government in-
creases our expenses by 'th6 use of SRO
(Statutory Rules & Orders), which can
be made by a Minister or by the Govern-
or without reference or debate in the
House of Assembly.' For a start look
at SRO I for 1973' which lets the Cen-
tral Water Authority collect Water
rates from everyone. o"the supply sys-
tem six months in advance '(and the -
rates will seem pretty" teep to those
used to getting their water free).
SRO 2 jacks up the'dtities on gasoline
and beer (the country people know how
fares'or the trucks have gone up);
SRO 4, 3 weeks later, reduces the gas-
oline duty again, but. gets'the revenue
back on sweet drinks (JU-C, Coke etc.)
for TRAVEL DEPARTMENT
With G.C.E. Passes in
English and Arithmetic .
Apply to P.O. Bx 10, R 0 S Z A U
IT'S WE AGAIN CALLING YOUR ATTENTION
TO SOMETHING NEW; DIFFERENT'.
YOUTH-FAMILY LIFE WEEK!
SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEMS!
NEW IDEAS! OH YES1
THE BEST WEEK OF 1973 is MAY 6-12th:
LET THE FAMILIES BE UNITED AND THE
COMMUNITIES WILL ALSO BE UNITED.
AT SDA TEMPLE 7.15 P.M.EVERY NIGHT
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME HERE!
Daltcn B. Adams,
Youth Leader. .
N 0 T I .I' E
DQMINCGA BANANA GROWERS ASSOCIATION
of Offers are invited for the purchase
ONE Volks Wagon Car Registratio'm 0 o.
ONE Ford Cortina Registration N1.2968
ONE Land. Rover Pull Cab Registration
Inspection of these vehicles can
-be. arranged by contacting the (pera?-
tions Manager or the Financial Con-
troller of the Dominica Banana GrowerE
Association Telephone 2671 or 2672.
Offers should be in sealed envel-
opes marked "Offer for purchase of
Vehicle" and addressed to, the GQEERAF L
MANAGER, Dominiea Banana Growers As-
sociation, Hanover Street, Roseau to
reach him not later than 16th May,1973
Then a few SROs deal with dissolution
of village councils, carnival, bank
holidays and the li5e, but theon'SRO 9
gives overtime rate for Customs obffic-
ials possiblel dese6rved) and backdlates'
this to Feb .1, 1971 thus handing but
some back pay (which the taxpayer has
to foot). And so the costs go.up until
the last SRO slipped through 'ups' the
expense accounts'for overseas-travel
for the '-Governor, Ministers and Civil
Servants, 'making tha1 retroactive to
'January 1, 1971'.
How many members of the public 1cnow
that a large motel-style building has
been erected in the grounds of G,H.?
__~_~________~~_ __ _~ ~~_~
Friday, May 4 1973
_4fWwsi Mav 4. 1 THE SI3AR Prro7' k3rae
Portion of Land in a desirable Residens
tial Area at. ...
46,ooo.sq.fiin Lotsoras a Whole. Would
suit Supermarket Area or Shopping
Complex for New Housing Development,
Apply in writing to:
Brads & Sands,
.Mark St. A Bradshaw,
One 3 ton, 32-passenger
BEDFORD TRUCK No, 727
SRecont .Engine Ovbrhaul Cash Offors Only
For Inspoction Appointment
Phono 2691 or 2610O
I 14 .
LIQUID OF LIFE
The Herbal Remedy 'which makes you fit
and KEEPS you wells '
.Excellent for Stomach, Liver and Kidney
Especially valuable in relieving Billionus
ness, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Chills & Colds,
Colic, Constipation, Dyspepsia, Excess
SBile, Indigestion, etc. etc.
LIQUID OF LIFE is available in both
Liquid and Tablet form.
Small and large bottles of liquid at $.oo
and $2.45 and Tablets at $2o3o per bottle
THE DOM.NICA DISPENSARY CO. LTD.
This was Motor's experience with the. Vauxhall.
Victor during 6 months hard motoring. In their
12,000 inile report (20..L73) they had great
things to say about the Victor -its Economy,
Performance,,Roadholdinig and Style, :-
well as this proven Reliability. -
A test drive will tell you, more. .
Call in today.
A.C. Shillingford & Co
Car Accessories Dept.
Any person found practicing Midwifery
Unlicensed in the State of Dominica will
be prosecuted, ,.
Issued by the'-
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION & HEALTH,
5 -TON BEDFORD TRUCK .
5 -TON BEDFORD TRUCK
Registration No. 2263
DA COSTA & MnSSON (DOMINICA)
P.O. Box 10, ROSEAU
Nam-l ".-ntcaes- MUMMBWRIM, I Mf
I .Pae'kT ree
. & l 1A
PageFo T HE SE A R Friday,. My 4j.. 1973 -
SALI.CEY REVIEWED BY R.H.L. S1ESK cro iu i
I have just finished skimming ,mat-s. asg go; azboil frie Williams?'
through Andrew Salkey's. "Georgetown 'Spent a lot of time liberating
Journal". It is good though I thinkTrinidadii s, and didn't liberate him-
the Publishers' blurb on the back self and grow up with what he libera-
cover overpraises it, but I -am too ted. That's what's wrong with him
lazy and probably incompetent to for a start. Then, you see, he's
send you a review; yet you re lonely. A hard worker, in a conceited
usually so indulgent to contributes sort of way. He could terrorise the
I believe you would publish even a whole community with his-ability to
feeble effort. Hence my venturing work hard. He doesn't set an-example
these. comments for publication, you can follow... ge makes most of
There are passages that make one the people round him too respectful
think again and I quote them below of him. He frightens them. They're
in the hope that others of your scared of him... You shouldn't use
readers or perhaps John Spector will your education to drive people away
write what they think about them from you. So you're lonely. But
.and provoke some kind of discussion. that's from choice.'" -R.H.L.
The first arise out of the meet-.
ing with the strange man at Piarco A TIP TO DRIVERS
Airport who withholds: his name but I notice some of our drivers when
has a lot to say about Trinidad* they happen to stop n road-lines
"He was a very tall, black man opposite each other, both keep looking
of advanced years, slightly round- and rightly so at the oncoming traffic,
shouldered, and dresae:d conserva- but when the break comes to move they
tively, in a light-weight dark both tend to move at the same time,.
suit, with a red rose-bud in his and sometimes cause a. ollisio3 "
button hole.... Physically, he They put on a rapid brake which I
reminded me- of a certain type of may say is uncalled for and stare at
Jamaican barrister I had admired each other like two bulls or start
as a schoolboy, at home,. and later laughing like two fools.
came to see as a very sad carbon- The right thing to do is that one
copy of his fellow professional in should give a sign by hand oar horn
England,, but without his success so that after he moves, the other
and income... He led me to a driver without any strain of doubt
dimly-lit ground-floor lounge, and can safely drive away. Some of them
gave me the following short inter- also fail to give a sign to pedestri-
view. ans waiting anxiously to cross so as
'...Now picture Dr. Williams in to reach in time to work or school.
all this... He's worse than a Let's hope that the reading of this
teacher. He's a scholar... He's letter willcut d aG such lack of
a scholar in a poor place like the, courtesy or acts of selfishness.
Caribbean... We can do with schol- HUGH LAWRENCE, Roseam
ars. Don't get me wrong. But they LA
mustn't herd governments... Listen LAST KS BASKETBALL *******
that man's in the wrong country. Caroni Cardinals defeated SMA Sharks
He educated hirse.lf clean out of 76-48 at Windsor Park on Weds. night
Trinidtad, like zome of the others, (25th): topscorers were (Cardinals):
right up and down the Caribbean. W.Leblanc 50 pts., C.Baptiste 20, C.
So, he taught the people what to Roberts, 14 and C.Williams 12. (Sharks):
look for in the history of the C.Elwin 14, R.Henderson 12 & E.LobEack
place, what to spot, where to put 10. ***
the blame, who to call the enemy, In the second match, By Trinee Elec-
and so on. He knows the enemy. trons defeated Roseau Concords 46833.
He's spent years, rese awth-in im... For Electrons, GDaniel & C.Robinson
But he is like the enemy, too. I 12 pts. each. Concords,H.Shillingfoid
happen to know that he could take 10. By Trinee-Electrons, after their
the enfny's place, right here in match tour of Guadeloupe, plan to
Trinidad... It's happening, now, stage the first Basketball Tournament
some people say... "The ol white ever in Dominica, inviting teams from
man gone, an' Williams take him other Caribbean territories.
place."' next column
(next column) *
F y y 1 ThE ..S..l4
ASSOCIATED STATE OF DOMINK'CA
TITLE BY gISTR TiON ORD'INANCE
Schedule of Appiication for tertifcate of TDft, and Notin s
thereon and Caveats for week ending 21st d4y of April, 1973.
iDOta Requested Person Presenting Nature of request
whether a Cerrhcate ,
of Titl of Noting
thereon or Caveat.
kaquest dated MU cent S of fe sfo the nst
the 9th day of a irst Certificate;
of Apil 1973. by hr Solts of .. in ..pect of |
Presented the SIrdion of l.nd known
19th day of Cilma Am 64 a rsidential lot iAn
,April, 1973 Dupin t Tow of Roseau,:
a3 3.45. P.m i tbe Parish ofst.
-4 _.10arge, inthe Stateli
of DBum6ea ( centaifn-%
ias 625 zQlare feet &and bouded IS follows-
North West by land of MarIe Bureon, Nor&b East by land ec
ja.e Cooper, South East by Hillsborough Street,S.th Wessi
by land of Marle Burion,
heduief APJicn for Certificate of Title and NotingS
thereon aid Caveats for week ending 2.th day of April, 1973
Sbtae? Requested I Person Preseneting Nature of request whetm-
er a Certifikate of Title of
Noting thereon or Caveat.|
the I th day
Sof April 1973.
24th day of
a.t 10.45. a.m.
othy Mer!o Requaest for the issue
averin of a First Certificate
of Title i respect of a.
her Solicite portion of land in Ro-
siau ina the Parish of
Cilaa A.M. St. George, in the'
Duopniy State of Dominica,,
squ qare feet and boun-
AMrth Easterly by land of the Estate of Gabriel Royv,
North Waterly by land of Benson Pierres,
' Scrsh tasterly by Turkey Laine South Westerly by jewel St.
SRegistrar's Ofkce, EPHRAIM F. GEORGES
Z Roseau, Dormiica, Acting Registriar of Titlea
/ __--_____________-----.--* ------- --- -
NOTE: Any person who desires to object to the issung 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 it the STAR Newspaper published
in this State or from the date when the notice prescribed by
a law was last served on any owner or occ:upier of adjoining.
.and in respect of which theagtleation is made.
4. C. S#/1L NFOR? & CO. i T.
CAR ACCRS. DEPT,
NOW IN STOCK -
and of course
AC SPARK Piugs
Notice is hereby given that the 2a.nd
Annual General Meeting of thd Roseau
Co-operative Credit Union Ltd. will be
held at the Goo dwi 1 1 Parish Hall on
Tuesday 15th May, 1973 commencing at
7.30 p.m. All members and other inter.
ested persons are invited to attend. How.
ever, only members will be allowed to
take part' in the discussion and vote on
any particular issue.
The Agenda for the Meeting is as fol-
i Ascerainment of Quorum.
4 Taking apologies fbr absence.
(3) Reading and approval of minutes of
last Annual General Meeting.
(4) Discussion of Matters arising f r o m
a Board of Directors
b) Treasurer and Auditor.
c) Credit Committee.
d) Supervisory Committee.
(6) Unfinished Business.
(7)a.New Business: Appropriation of St-
plus for 1972.
b.Remarks and suggestions from Floor
(9) Closing remarks by President.
25th day of April', W73.
Would Enid Joseph or Norma Joseph
Agent of Enid Joseph contact Barclays
Bank International Ltd., Roseau, in con-
nection with Funds deposited on 7th
April, i2th June, and i8th September,
Write for free Bible Correspondec i
Rev. James Lc Van Hecke,
St Joseph Baptist Church,
St. Joseph, Dominica*
_------------, ___________________ ^_ ______ .OB.
P~a u-~~ ll~---- -
Friday May 4, 1973
P iz f
4EM iRGE NCY ACTION
SAFE DRIVING TIPS:
(1) Your Brakes Fail--
Pump brakes. Coast in low gear, then use hand brake. On a
sideswipe the bank or head for a 'shallow ditch, if available,
(2) You Go Into a Skid-
Take foot off accelerator. Never hit brakes-, but pump them i-apidly. Turn
wheels into-jiot away from--the direction of a rear-end skid.
(3) Your Accelerator Sticks-
Try to pull the ptdal up with your toe-not your hand. If unsuccessful.
turn off ignition and apply brakes.
(4) Yotir Headlights Go Out-
Hold a straight steering course and brake hard. Ea.e off road. lTse flash-
light to warn on-coming traffic.
(5) You Have a Blowout--
*Keep a firm and steady grip on steering wheel since car will pull to one
side (front tyre out) or weave (bmck tyre out). Don't slam on brakes--
(6) Your Hood Flies Up--
Brake smoothly, sensee off road. Use side windows for steering reference.
(7) You Must Stop on a Highway-
Signal slow down; pull off the road; leave fromit, rear, interior, and emer-
g eeney lights on in dusk, darkness. or had weather.
(8) Your Car Catches Fire-
Get jack handle, from trunk and rip loose burning ivires--don't touch !
Smother wires with clothing. If fire is spreading, get away quick-gag
tank will explode.
(9) You Are On A Collision Course-
Your blood chills-a head-on erash looms. This is the, worst road disaster.
Keep your wits. Brake hard. Heal for the left (or right) shoulder-give
up the. entire road. Go off road entirely-into a ditch if necessary-
even a roll-over is better than the deadly head-on collision .
Protect Your Car:
Try not to park on dark or deserted streets.
Take your keys out of the ignition and make sure the doors are
locked when you leave your car.
Lock any packages in the trunk or take them with you,
Protect Yourself from Pickpockets;
Do not display large sums of money in public.
Men-in large crowds it is best for you not to keep your wallet in
a hip pocket, even if it is buttoned. If you are jostled while
in a crowd, make sure your wallet is yet in place.
Women--do not lay your handbag on a counter or floor or in a
shopping cart while making purchases. Do not leave your purse on
a seat in 'a public place of assembly. When carrying a load of
packages, keep your purse next to your body.
Beware particularly of strangers who try to put their. hands on
you. Some may claim that they want to assist you in some way;
others may describe their own ailments by touching your body.
Such- persons may be pickpockets cleverly trying to remove your
Friday. May 4, I
APPS A04 t41E
Labrador Terrier Mix
Obtainable at STAR Office.
'How mnan'y more times must I tell you that
you're not allowed to transact union business
in school hours!'
UCOR5 TR l
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Fridy, May7 4, 1973 T -H E
Fiction MA TITINE Cyiithia Watt
Garge was enjoying a cup of hot
Cafe Noir. The Easter Monday pcinic
had gone with. a bang. Ma Titine was
in a very "'loving mood...now was the:
time to break the news. Yet...
Garge shifted in his chair. He had
decided to return earlier than he
had planned, but.now, with this
tragedy over the weekend, he was
somewhat hesitant in leaving liMa
Titine. Who knew when the murderer
would strike ,again.
Eurilla also had her thoughts,
for she had decided to go to.Steve.
She was wondering, how her mother
would take the news,,. and also
whether she should leave Sonny with
her or take him along
Ma. Titine came into the kitchen
and helped herself to -a cup of c'ofte
"Garge," she said, "up to now dey
doan ketch dat man?. Bon Die I I so
frighten' I kya4 sleep at night
aldoh you dere by me."
Garge -'bnhe.d .in his throat. .Well1
there it was; how could he leave at
this. asdge?.' It wasn't ass'though theg
had a son. Ma Titine would be help-
less...nd, he couldn't go now...but
he liked teasing *Ma Titine, so he
"Well Titine, doan worry too much
I bet *dey will ketch him soon. An.
you sooh a brave woman Titine I
sorprise at you' Now," putting down
his cup, "I bettah go at de airport
office an see about my passage."
"Wat V" Ma Titine exploded, "you
mean to say is dat you doin? Is. not
even two months yet an you a'ay you
come foh tree ..now modderah outside
an you sayin you ,goin? Look, look *
Garge, doan make me go crazy on you,
you heah? De idea. You not going .
one place you4 heah .o'.,even if I
have to moddah you myself." Her
fury mounted as a sudden thought
came to her. "IS DAT WOMAN11" she
screeoeaed "1I DAT WOMAN 1 I KNOW-
IS SHE YOH IN A HORRY TO GO SO FOH.'
GARGE, I TELLIN YOU..." she picked
up a frying pan, "IF YOH SAY WAN
0OHD AGAIN, I MASHIN YOH FACE "
Reuben and Genelia were coming up
the steps and heard the commotion in
the kitchen. Reuben nudged Genelia.
Titine came out on the porch .
furiously angry. Catching sight of
her friends, she poured out her storZ
Reuben was secretly delighted. If
Garge really went, he Reuben, would
be able to continue to court Ma
DOMINICA BANANA GROWERS ASSOCIATE 'L
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING,.Ia97.5.
V. W. WHITE
26th April 19735 822-1/1
OPERATION "DISCOVER DOMINICA". -
A group of young Dominicans left
Roseau on the 25th April to explore
the northern parts of Dominies and
finally ended their expedition Sunday
April 29th. The mission of the group
was to bring Dominica closer to
Dominicans, to meet people of the
rural areas and to examine their
social problems, to encourage. the.
people of .this land to' appreciate the
.natural rehourdes and beauty that
Dominicans do xiot recognize and to
motivate other groups with similar
interest to make this effort into a
national sport and educational. under-
Members of the group were, Patricia
Carlisle., Yvette and Vincia charles,
Robert "Bobby" Allport., .Magdaenaee
Francis, Tony Sorhaindo. Bmrian "Souris"
Shillingford, Nicholas "Nikkie"
Casimir and headed by.Ernest Merrill,,
On the first day, the team ex-'
plored Bells, TJadoa Plata, 100 Steps
to Libera'tion"r- Approximately 100
t*yards to the steps, a cable-wheel was
found and the team named it "Black
(concluded page 8).
I I I I I .. ..
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Notiee is hereby given in accord-
ance with Section 7 of the Banana
Ordinance Cap, 75, that the Annual
General Meeting of the Association
will be held at the Goodwill Parish
Hall, commencing at 10.00 am. on
Wednesday, 30th May, 1973.
Members of the Association are
invited to attend but only the .mem-
bers of the Board of Management and
the Delegates of the District' Branc.hb
shall take part in .the deliberations
and be eligible to vote on any ques-
tion arising at the meeting,
A G E DA : A
1. To confirm the Minutes of the
Annual General Meeting held on
350th May 1972 .
2. To receive and approve the Report
5, To, reo eive and -.adopt A.di-ted
Accounts' fo the year ended 1lst
December, 1972,. .. '
4. Any other. bUsineass o. .whlch due
notice shall have been aiven.
Page Eight T HK.E S TAR iday, May 4th, 1977;3
,*A*R*SPOR4T%- orc.hriso. .
C_.ckey. .TheN West liadies. deep' at OPERATION DISCOV. DOMIiICA (p?)
the hands of .Australia in. their re- Later that day they visited the
gently concluded seventh test -series Wet Area, a station for agricultural
will forever, be remembered by West experiments. The- next morning they
Indies cricket fans not only for walked from GCleau Gopmiier to Concord
the quality of cricket played but to Carib Reserve, then cut through
also for the unfathomable methods, the hills to Salybia then took the
by which the West Indies selectors main road to Atkinson, Marigot andl
picked their supposedly West Indies We.sley. The next day they walked
team. o from Wesley to Goveapor Bstate .to.
teae, batttnj of the West iidies team Palmist Ridge. Nas. and No.a. On that
which promised so much at the start of day the w,,lk from WeSley, Governor .,
the season was for the most part irres- Estate through the toe.sts andi the
Sposible and unreliableespeially at La Croix river and return to Wesley
critical times. The selectors aided lasted 131 hours with only a 45-
this by reselecting discards Who bet- minute break. The next day the
ween tests did nothing to show they 'gropwalked from Wesley to Woodford
merited selection. Hill, Hodges, Calibishe then hitch-
Oue pace bowling during the tests hiled to Portsmouth. On Sunday the .
never rose above- mediocrity since the team explored the Cabritas The. team
man who could have added stin A to th was very disappointed that no effort
attac., thayson ShUillhzgford and was made by Governmenot to clap
Norbert Phillip were never, considered UP sove tittoric a
for selection. and eerve the historical site
o Findlay i tea best wionet keeper that Dominica has. :Some members of
.t in da the sa h rs' f 'k r the team saw an -urgent need for a
ih the region was never given a second thoo o ore and e Shoo Jo
:chance afterhi. .orformahcein the hool of PareeS and a Shool of
Jamria tst. Uis bepfoceme h, Deryck Agriculture.. Frnest Merrill pointed
urrays however i yt -e te prDve -e is out that it as very Ufortunate .that
rttar than however. a.... k alter .ande Government leaders were not sophisti-
Jan Cthaappell. a .'.au a r... cated. enough to appreciate the need
(The, President of the Guyana Cricket for such institutions, the historical
Boa&r firmly denied reports that the sites, natural resources, beauty and
.. st Indies team had bezi "living it potentials of' our "1 eeping Gitaut".
SIinto the small hburs of the .morning. -------
n the day of their second innil9 m SPORTei~_1 ABROAD
batting debacle ,in their 4th test Leaving -t-omorrow for St.Lucia to
Fazst Australia).. attend the A.G.a.I. of the. Windward Islands.
Thi Jeek's BIsketball.- Last Friday Cricket Board of CoGtro0s Royston Ellis,
n ightaiders defeatedd'Roseau Concorg. Chairman of the Cricket Committee', and
61-29. For Raiders, G'John 17,r Cecil Bramble., Treasurer of DASA.* -
A.Etienne 15'and C.James 13. For Con. Mr.Ellis will fly on to London to join
cords, C.Elwin 16. the Dominica .delegation at .the 1973
Ihe. other match of the evening S.M.' Europe-Caribbean Tourism Conference
-"Sharks. defeaPted Bata eros, 69-61. Top.- sponsored by the U.I. Committee.** He
scorers were for Sharksa C,ELwin 24, 1 will talk with HI.C.C. officials at Lords
A.Dixon 16 and A.Selerin 15". For Bata. before returning- in two weeks.
Prom, Lambert Henderson 28 and The WVindwarvd IT2ads Cricket Board of
A re 14. .................Control h. annuaim the following dates
.On Wednesday night RTiders defeated for the Goodiil.L Tournament:
D. G.S i54.-39. Topacorers'f6r Raiders 12-15 May St.Vinoant v nominica. in
weire 't.F3reeman 17 and A.Etienhe 17. ."'St'.Vincent
-Dy..G 1, J.Lawrence 14 andi' .EIight 10. GGrenada v S.Lueia in St.Lucia
In the second. -mtch, rival; school 16 May Rotuinins Knock Out Fixture
Steams. S.M.A. Shsks -,*-L. Gails 18-21Nay St.Vincent St.Lucia in
clas ed. Sharks, aveh' d heir 'defeat St.Lucia .
they got from Gails in the first round Dominica v Grenada in Grenada
of the matches4Winnin. 63-41. Sharks 24-27 Nay Grenada v t.Vincent in
E.Royer 191 T.DfiXn 15-hii lwin 14. "Grenada
Gails, L.S lque 14, C:Bellot and St.-Lucia v Dominica. in Dominica.
C.David '12 points. each.l:*GEICKET ITQTE: WINDWARD 13. YOUTVI (UN1DER 19) Committoo
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