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Star (Roseau, Dominica). December 21, 1979.
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Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica). December 21, 1979.
Uniform Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica).
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Language: English
Publication Date: 06-22-1973
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.i. rJane Low nthal
"Lirarian titute for I I
ithe study Bf t 410
Fast 78 Sty7
C4eW York iON c
I tU.A.ury Aver W. DOMINICA 'CCA 3c
V.- 2/5Si,, "- June. 22 1973 LATE NEW
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H OW 10 ENJO

EMER4ENiCY
We do not regard the prosant State
of :Amergoncy as an on iroly bad thing.
everyone agroos it vwa bound to happen,
some day, so ,why not ov it now and be-
done with it. Lot us ol1you of some
ways in which this unau#l condition can
be ando tolerable or qvon onjoyabloe.
First, thore are all those undono jobs
at home which can now be tackled. Clean,-
ing house, for inataneo, and writing ov-
ordue letters, even i'.at present you
aro unable to post thyp. For the vwoaon,
at last they can do a bit ojf saeving or
fixing their hair, taie a rivor-bath or
rolax in the sunt moe .can return to their
hobbies. And what bqttor way to start
the day: than With HadW4 Pomicats modit-
ations, and the bravo _ualy voices of
the wqnouncors, highlt by tho noble .
utterances of the Honqurablo Promier.
If you are ovorweight, now is tho ti~e
to roduco.v worry about prices holpb a lot, i
and wirlking to consorYp gas improves the
figure malo or foesn0i. Business men can
now bring their accounts up to dato -at
home; and of course thoro are books to read

Living costs up






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Nt.hing is more precious than in-
dependence and freedom, and we
bud rdther sacrifice oil than lose
'6ur country and live as slaves.
Ho Chi Minh

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Y A.- STATE 'OF


If you are undoweoight, you. havo the
perfect excuse for staying in bod, which
Doiminican utlior Joan as says is the
only thing to do.
Tho os who hafv l oddull lives and crave
Sexitoment, may croop. around Rosonu in the
dark of night gazing -at the Eo-.
licemon with thoir baton*, guns, bayonets
and ooasional tomwq-gutnS. but we bog you,
gentle roadors, not to accost them with
crude habitual grootingas, nor to congro-
g4to oz4 street cornors with your friends.
Banana grower. who have had their trib-
ulations may now fool choorod by the ro-
floction -that if we wore -a "Tourist Indus-
try Island" the situation would, bo even
bleaker,
Oneo must always try to improve onesolf"
during a Stato of Mmorgoncy., So wly not im-
prove the memory by learning :orsos of the
National Song by hart you. il I find tho
accompaniment ofton repeated on 690.


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Page Two .T H E I' S T 2 R: -PFriday. June 2., 1973,
Fict ion 0 : *Cynlhia Watt
It was Monday morning and around 8.30 a.m. the citizenls',of the
town had heard a speech by the Premi6r ?,n which h n exhorted all workers
to return to their posts.
"Wat you think ,Ma Titine asked her husband d.
Garge puffed. heavily on his cigarette.
..,. "Titine, you know how. Domeeneekaws is; you can nevah say foh shore
wat in deir mind; dey-will say dis, dey will say dat, but mose time dey
not doing wat diy say. All we self can do is wait an see wat happening "
Ma Titine nodded her .head., "Dat Is true, dat is true Garge." She
paused for a while, then went to the kitchen quickly as the scent of
boiled-over milk permeated the room. ,
"I e forget de milk,". shi said returning to her seat. Then:
"Wat you'de tellin me. happen on Satarday?"
"Well," replied Garge9 "i like dis: "Iself wassen dtre, but I was
by Cocorico an de: fellahs an dem was talking bout it, I heah dem say dat
a fellah tell a policeman 'Good afternoon. He fast enh?",1
"Nowadays you cyan even say howdye.... it dangerous to do so." Ma
Titine .brushed away a, fly.., "Remembah I de always tpll, allyou something
wood happen?"
Garge shook his head sadly,- "Dis is a terrible. bisniss. I heah
we in a state of emorgancy ontil mont end,"
"Tanks God I have: everything I need" store up for a good while,"
She ran over to Gdrge'and hugged him tightly and gave him a'smacking
kiss. "An is you doo-doo dat bake me doan have to worry bout grocery
an tings like dat." There was. silence for a, while.





Meanwhile ,Baby was talking animatedly to Genelia at the latter's
home, where she had taken shelter from the rain.
"Genelia, you nevah observe dat everytime it goin to have a cal-
ahmity,..it always-have a kine of heavy weddah? Rain an a darknissa now
an den? Jus as doh God vex wid us ".
Genelia 'nodded. "An I was in Mistah Caroni shop BSatarday' mawiin
bout haf pass seven an at one, time w6n de crowd in de shop slack a leetle
Mistah Caroni say ftt wat he sell foh de mawnin is wat he sellin foha ,
mont in ordinary tim ... .
."Yes papa, shopR an store m'akin deir money now wee," Baby replied
crisply. "Now ias deir chancel, But anyway I self fed up wid dat bisniss,
is time tings come to a settlement, you,doam sayin dat too?"
"Gareon, I-shaktn han on dat"' Genelia replied whole-heartedly.






~ri--yl June 1 I. I.-THE STAR


NOTICEE FROM THE
DOMINICA HERALD
THE DOMINICA HERALD wish-
es to apologise to its readers for non-
publication this week. Regulations
under the State of Emergency Procla-
mation prevent t h e publication of
news or information concerning or
having reference to the State of Emer.,
agency without t h e approval of the
Governor or tecabjnet Secretay.






FOR SALE
RAMBLER CAR No. 2818
in EXCELLENT RUNNING
CONDITION
PHONE No. 2461 or No 2967
es. _____


OUl iEIN" OF SEASON SALE IS ON?
And you are already one day late. So HURRY! HURRY,
Crowds are already taking advantage of the special bargains going


p t -t", ,.


Over 2,ooo pairs of shoes have been reduced to bring


kig,


big,


End


you this "
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- of Season SALE.


HURRY POWN to Bata

and


Bay Street

ihoe Fair


CIVIL/STRUCTURAL
ENGINEERS.
Civil arid/or Structural Engineets re-
quired to work on a variety of interesting
projects in Dominica. .
Applicants should possess a degree r
or equivalent and be eligible for admission
to the grade of Associate Membership of the
Association, of Professional, .Enginea. of
Trinidad & Tobago or Barbados,. Experi-
ence although desirable is not necessary
Applicants should be West Indian with..
preference being given to Dominicans,
I These are intended to be permanent po"
sitions with attractive salary and: conditions.
Apply in writing, giving all relevant
particulars to -
CONSULTING ENGINEERS S
PARTNERSHIP
POO fr


A .*&J'fJ4C Li /t
ROSEAU,
DOMINICA.


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THE STAR Friday June 2,1973


S he Benjamin Family comprising of Lloyd
& Family (Gredada) Dr. Mc Donald a Fa-
idly (Italy) Sister Regina (Trinidad) Mrs.
Iyram Willianms &. Family (Goodwill) Dr.
Bernard & Family (Jamaica) Loftus & Fa.
mily (Canada) Mrs. Paul King & Family
(Barbados) Anthony & Family George &
Family (England) wish to thank all those
Who sent Cards and Wreaths at the death
,..of our beloved Mother, Cecilia who passed
away o00 June ioth, Pentecost Sunday.
May her soul praise God for all eternity.
DAVID ALLPREY TO ENGLAND- *
-$rLd Bonajtain Allfroy,
s*o of the Publisher ad .
diteor, has Joined hi.
adopted sisters phina an. .
Sonia in London. 10 isa
living in the old family ,
flat,. 47 Parkviowi Court,
ral'hcin,SW6. David is
sorely missed by both
vorldlt hard up to tho ,. '
rat, ptypOsotting. Hwas j1
also our 'Assonibly r.- -
tortor, Dave says thanks to all who hoelpod
lia mand goodbye for the present. Sonia'e
ieddingg to oloctPnias enginoor Kola Adoloko
of Nigoria takos place on Juno 30th 19T3.


BIG


NOTICE
J. Astaphan & Co, (1070) Ltd
The Board of Directors of J. ASTA-
PHAN & CO. (097o) LTD. wishes to
advise the General Public that the Com-
pany will be closed for Stocktaking on
Thursday 28th June 1973.


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Business as usual on Friday pth.


SALE


CLEARANCE


B-H HOUSE


PAIN


PERMA-PLASTIC EMULSION- "rTo
PERMA COTE GLOSS --- - {
EXCEL EMULSION -( Qon
Quart
WHITE STAR -- - -{- aon
A' io ~uart
All in a wide rnge of of beautiful colours.


TS
Was
13.00
3.55
#13.00
3.55
8.70
2.50
8.70
2.50


Also Clear Varnish, mahogany stain, fl,or and roof paint and thinners all at reduced prices.
DON'T MISS THIS GREWT OPPORTUN/ry
GET YOUR P4I/NTS OW
Fr:-m!


SPRINGFIELD TRADING [1959] LTD. GOODWILL
AND JOSEPH JACOB SPAREPARTS NEAR THE CABLE OFFICE.


FREE
Write for free Bible Correspondence
Course.
Rev. James L, Van Hecke,
St Joseph Baptist Church,
St Joseph, Domin0ica 792-c


Now
. 25
2.75
$9.25
2.75
6o50
1.85
6.50
1.85


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NOTICE
SPRINGFIELD TRADING (1959) LTD
e ish to form our customers and
the general public that we shall be closed
for our Annual STOCKTAKING from
Monday 2nd to Wednesday 4th July,
1973, both days inclusive.
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w02 .VTIAANKs


William E. James and all jPe close relatives of
deceased Mrs. Marie Elizatbth Larocque James
hereby tender their sincere, thanks to everyone
who in one way or other (e )t in the domestic,
religious, medical, fraternaj o0 social field) did
something or other within 'iWor her God-given
power to help bring her qImie comfort during
her days of confinement anl take the opportuni.
ty to express their deep gr4itude for the several
ways in which sympathy (following the an-
nouncement of her death) wa extended to them,


4. C. SH/llHGFD1 & CO. U P
CAR AcqC. DEPT.


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Electrolux K0eo. Refrig.
Electrolux Freezers

and Qf course

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GENTrS `Sandals

L ...... Iw I' Sandals Casuals

* CHILDREnNS SHOES
P' Bs (School & Casual)
Pro Boots ane
Aideed, Shoes for the entire family

s them at,.


B70.-*i/a


84N/S/W REY HA4/RI
LOOK YEARS YOUNGER.
Put the Colour back into your hair what-
ever the shade, with

COLOURBAC
COLOURBAC is not a Hair Dye but a
restorer, which gradually brings back
grey hair to its original colour.
Only $3.00 per bottle at
I M DOMINICA DISPENSABY
l4S II


OOR SALE
'A limited Number of
Laying Hens
Apply to:-
Van all" I n


Chambers,.
Rosen'au"


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Page Six THE STAR ?ridayJ~ine 2~ 1973


L A T .' N'E W 3: Civil Servants B;ack
SS*T*A*R*S*P*O*R*T*S '*At a special gen.mtg. 0o41/6/73,
by Morchriston CSA members adopted Dr.Watty's resolu-
BASKETBALL: Repeat performance by tion that having "exhausted all reas-
Cardinals. -, For the sixth consecu-onable approaches to Management" all
ive year, Caroni Cardinals have won membegsa.should return to work on Fri.
the'League and Knockout Cups in the June 22,so that negotiations between
basketball competition but with a Management and Association be resumed
difference this year. Their unbeat- immediately & that.a tea o
able-record was marred by the upset 0api eby Govt. o neeta
win of underdogs D.G.S. in the Lea- o Su.2,3 pne to consider
gue, and will have the Caroni boys CURFEW lQI hSTRXEE *UADERS
nervous in the knockout match. We know that as from W'Aesday,
Crack Bata Pros team from Grand Mr, Charles Savarin, Gen Bec. of the
Bay played Cardinals in the finals Civil Service Association, Mr. Chris-
of the knockout competition and in topher Maximea (CSA Pre 4dent and
a very good fast match lost to Car- Chief ForestryOfficer) .nd Mr.'Ossie'
dinals, taking their position as Symes, Accountant Ge4era have been
first runners-up in both: competit, ordered by the Authoriti s to remain
ions. Scores in that mntch were: in their homes from I 4me. each night
Caroni Cardinals 58, C.Johni Baptiste until 6 a.m. the following day.
16, 0C. Roberts 13 and CO Peters-12. They are debarred from ntering or
Bata Pros 52. A.St. Wilaire 19, P. being found in any school whatsoever
Henderson 15, and L.HenderSon 10. or in any Government buildings or
In support of that match (played premises or the enviroz thereof for
on Friday night) a Girls Basket Bal3 any purpose whatsoever from Speak
team played a practice 20 minutes' ing to or. addressing any meeting or
match against young veterans in the gathering of Civil SerVunts or other
league and state team and lost, 8-84 persons except, 'in keepi-, with the
For Boys, C.James 14, A.Harris 6, text of a speech or add ese previously,
A.Etienne and A.Dixon 2 points each handed to the Cbmmissiozer of Police.
For Girls, Sandra Green 4 pts., Among other restrictioi1: from
Joyca Pascal and Connie Shillingfor leaving home without first notifying
2 pts: each* The girls who played the Commissioner of Polpce; from
that match are ,presently being leaving the City of Roseau or its
trained by veteran Clem Severin -- environs; from retaining'any Govern-
one of the longest-playing basket- ment property in their Possession or
gallers around -- in preparation control.
for a female touring team that will At lunchtime on Thursda the public
be in Dominica next week, when By- learned by Radio Dominica that Mr.
Trinee Elections put on their tourn. LOUIS BENOIT, the President of the
ament at the St6 Mary's, Academy Waterfront and Allied Workers Un'ijn
court. The tournament starts 24th (known as Zaboca) was also placed un-
-29th July. rer similar restrictions.
CRICKET: The second test match No. 5 of EMERGENCY POWERS REGULATION
between New Zealand and England "No person residing in Dominica shall
started yesterday at' LordsaAj publish or broadcast, in .Domnica or
larPoVwly won the 1st test match by send for publication or:,breadcasting
38 runs after New Zealand's strong in any place outside of TDominica any
reply in the 4th inning of that newsor information concerning or hav-
match, in which they needed to get ing reference to the state of emerg-
479 for victory. England, started ll ency in Dominica without first sub-
at Loidds, put i to bat 1a5/2 hitting the material to be published
(Boycott 61Roup.e56), th 5or broadcast for the information and
to 25tt allRout Friday (Gri 63)5/6 approval of the Governor, or of the
The WEST INDIES touring team in' Secretary to the Cabinet."
England, due to start its 1st Our readers will note blank spaces in
county match on Weds,- had thelAdat this newspaper where the censorship
washed out by rain. cores was applied. Editor.
at Preastime `W.I. L30/53 `5 r P
ecl (Cama.che 77) Essex g diec PATRONI OUR ADVERTISERS TPEY HI:AVE
....e & mce7 ...... .2 0 D TO KEEP A, FREE PRESS GOING.
Mlrlnted &-Published by the Pjo 'rftor, Robe-r ". A &, "
Mill house, Dominica, at .26 Bath Road, Roseau$ Dominica West Indies,


Friday,June 22 1973


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