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DI8SE PASSES 3 BKLS
AMONG eight Bills proaontod by Government
in the nouso early this wook, throo contro-
voraial ones for which 4oformont had been
requested were pushod~aid rushed throtagh by
Govt. protfgonists.Most provocative at this
time is the CIVIL SYRVICX ACT,jhich spokes-
mon admitted was a frame to divide theo, Civil
Service into tro parts the higher and the
lower grades,thus circumventing joint action
in cases of dispute, 6a4 creating two sets ea
unions or associates."O'ur readers may turn to.
the C.S.A. Statoment on pago 6, with which
we concur. And At looks as if Caribbean Pub-
lic bodioa will also spurn it.It is fantas-
tic to fine a smn $l,p00 (for example) for
acting in, producing or directing any play
aimid at criticising GoTornor, Govo or C.Ss.
FIDAWS & AWkNITION ACT
As fro*,,Uw, R.police officer
may wi thot t warrant search
people ,for fireArms, and upon
Ia JP'a warrant search any prom-
Is ai asts oIi p!aco.
STHIS was th big gala
Bank ovont of- tlo ook(on).
ah k QOur rondori vill enjoy
the historical insert, and turn to
page eight for iriof componst.-A.
11 D| is *c
1! 411 Jim^^
. . . . . .
d rg October 19731
"-this trade union aspect of their acUvtitie
has become paramount."
Tuesday-the nd day of Cctober r973, I went
to the House of Assembly to obtain a ticket to
listen to the debate of the House in session I was
told by a police officer I could not get a ticket. I
took that to- be a joke and went back today Wed-
nesday, and the police told me it's. serious, my
amne is on the list not to attend the Houe of
Assembly. According to the Dominica Constitu.
tion, I have been deprived of my freedom, in other
words, Government has condemned me a crimi-
nal before I have committed any act. But the one
who committed the crime by chapping the goat
could enter the House, EtC.Loblack.
NOTE: Similar treatment was meted on to
Mr. Rupert Sorbaindo and others who"? names
we shall be pleased to print- Editor.
GU11TY!- tUIDERER OF BRUTAL
ATTACKED IB JO H CADET, 49.
was sentenced to death
for the murder of Mrs.Loila Johnson, 93,
,i .last Easter-time.
ONE THREE BEDROOM HOUSE
Owing to newsprint shortage, after this issueano
free or unpaid-for papers Fill be posted. Sorrry,
CANADIAN SAVE TH1i CHILDREN FUND
Applications areinvittd from young women
between the ages of 21 yerstand 30 years to at-
tend the 1974 training course to be held at the
Canadian Save the Children Fund Child Wel-
fare Training Centre in t. Vincent. Successful
candidates receive one yea training in child cwre
with free board and lodlng, uniform and tui-
Applicants should h.ve either G. C. E. or
School Leaving Certificate, and may apply i-
person or write to Supqvsor, The Canadian
Save the Children Fund, Hillsborough Street,
P.O. Box 169, Roseau, Dominica, not later than
2nd November, 1973.
EDEN LANE GOODWILL
Apply to: J.R. Ralph Casimir
6o Old Street Roseau.
Perhaps a simple point needs to be
made, and that is this: Freedom of the
press. relates not only to the freedom of
expression of those who operate the
press. It relates lso to the right of the
individual citizen to know and to
understand what is happening around
him. particularly with regard to the
functioning of government.
I III I I I I S: .. ... .
CON S E R V A T I 0 N : AND THE RETURN OF THE EXILE ... John Spector
The Seventh Annual Meeting of the Caribbean Conservation Association
was called to order on Saturday morning 8ept 29th by the- ,C.A.President
Dr. Edward Towle, at the Sissernou.Hotel. On the previous evening (i.e.
Friday 28th), at a Government decktail party, the delegates were wel-
comed by Hon. Thomas Etienne, Minister oF Agriculture, ITands and Natural
Resources. Mr. Etienne (who was scheduled to speak on "National Parks in
the Development Planning Strategy of Dominica"' had to fill in for the
absent Premier by making his speech the "keynote address".
Mr. Etienne spoke of Government's planned objectives on development,
and gave an insight into Govt.'s policy towards Conservatjon. He made
some very valid observations which one hopes will not be forgotten as
poon as the Conference delegates have left the Island. Among such ob-
servations were two which should be recalled here:
i) Problems associated with Conservation are increased not decreased
ii) The Government of Dominica is committed to the Conservation Idea-
to the National Park Idea -- to the Economic Development of Dominica;
and considers the two (Conservation and Economic Development) .to be
The next address was on "Park Interpretive Programp," by Mr. Allan
F. Helm s ley (Chief Interpretation & Extension Division, National Museum
of-Natural Sciences, Ottawa, Canada). "Park Interpretation," said Mr.
Helmsley,"is an art form, and like music, literature and art it is the
product of creative minds." Interpretation, he said, has been defined
in many ways: '"Essentially, .however, it is the means of contact and com-
munication between the subject and people. The subject may be a building
of historical significance, a battlefield, a national park, a painting
or .a person. The people may know little or much about the subject. Inter-
pretation attempts to bridge this gap and open the door of discovery."
Saturday-afternoon, a business session, was spent on heated discuso-
ions on the administration and constitution of the Caribbean Conservation
Association; and the legal skill of Mr. Keith Alleyne QW was periodically
called upon to straighten out misconceptions.
CHRISTOPHER C. MAXIMEA (retired and reinstated Chief Fopest Officer)
takes ibis seat.
When, on Sunday, delegates were called upon to report for the year
ending Sept. '73, C.C.Maximea, who had only four days earlier been rein-
stated in his job as Chief Forest Officer and who (I wa" told) was be-
latedly co-opted as Government's delegate to the conference, was called
upon to report for Dominica. Mr. Maximea outlined Government's efforts
to date, with respect to -the establishment of a National Parks system in
Dominica. With the aid of maps he was able to show members what the nat-
ional park system here is likely to involve. He cited his trip to.the
2nd World Conference on National Parks "where a wealth of information
was gathered, and numerous important contacts made" as an important
achievement for last year. Other achievements included the involvement
of the Caribbean Conservation Association in the effort to establish our
Park; the presentation to Government (by a specially co-opted Museum Com-
mittee under Mrs. Rita Riviere) on proposals for a museum complex to tie
in with the National Park System, and the founding of a local Conservation
Society by a group. of concerned citizens. Mr. Maximea as89 outlined
certain threats to Conservation in Dominica,' but had to :ut short his
report to conduct field tvrAps to Wotton Waven and Trafalgar Falls (on
&Sunday) ;and to Gleau Gommier Caiib Reserve Castle Bruce (Monday).
Apart from delegates and observers of Member Organisations, the meet-
ing was attended by observers from:
The National Audobon Society (United States)
The Nature Conservancy ( )
;* The Bel lairs Research Institute (Barbados,)
and from tho G.overnment of the newly-independent Bahamas.
Friday, October 5, 1973 T H E S T A 1-. Page Three
tA\ M 7 E L DL E R STATESMEN
(who is out-Sta-e, As a follow-up to ih Oliver Green's
but here's his mouessageo al) well-publicized article "Stouthearted-Mon",
I would like to mkoe a few observations
O.K., that's me, de rovin banditJ about those supjposedly mature men and wo-
Protected by my Pundit* men prominent in Government, Church and
I can fear not any man. Society in Dominica.
I make the law Whilo reading about the U.S. Watergato
I break it; Scandal, I was struck by the fine -and dod-
I set the score icated men of mature years whoso qualities
And it's quite possible and abilities have come to the fore during
I may fulfil it this crisis. lien like Senator Sam Ervin,
Or, just as well ship it. Judges John J., Sinca and David L.Dazolon,
But one thing goes for certain: balance those who have recently proved a
I abhor criticism disgrace to their ago and office.
So: be ye very careful If over there is a time of life vhen a
Lest your tongue leads'you to prison person should know right from wrong,justice
Whero you shall viither, from injustice, and eternal principle'from
Dry like a stick... the fleeting advantages of expediency, it
And die. should be whidf ho or she has passed that
Know ye now fiftieth year. Yet we see that many DOmini-
If ye never knew before that: cans who have had "the social privileges of
I am a changed manj high status, superior education, travel...
The same one who and who in addition. have had over 50 years
Dared Administrators experience in life, with responsibility and
(with cutlass and stones); power ready to their hands, still pretend
Defying the law to be blissfully unaware of great injustices
(HOt even knowing, what for). in our midst, or'i'orse yet -- eagerly aid
So ~ot this clear: and about the mischief-makers.
I know the traits of traitorsfor We must ask ourselves whether such people
There's no Creator bandit than l. are in fact dependent' on the little tributes
I'm no educated man, but of office to the oxtont that they must blind
fly Pundit advises me well; themselves to the true plight of our society
,So that's why I am able to mako and to the rank ihfamy being perpetrated by
Flocks out of groups of intellects. those who have boon falsely elevated to
Ohi I'm a bandit positions of trust. To them we cry out
And I am proud. ''Why? W-hy do you not speak or take a stand
I manipulate the Excellent when it is your moral duty and rosponsibi-
On my fingor-tips; lity to do so? oe must count this a serious
I make the Lawyers improvise Dills sin of omission and cry with the prophet
By the whisper from my lips. 'his sins shall be visited on his children,
And now I m made and on his children's children,. even unto
To display my true colours, the third and fourth generation'."
I have broken the airs Have these people no pride, that they
Of m~ CSA conspirators, can thus subject themselves to the scorn
Next, I'll shut the nouth of the Press of their children and grandchildren who
Then 1111 raise passport fees again, must live to suffer under this yoke?
And HoJ hoi hoi Where are our'J3ldor Statesmen? Uho is
Ho longer will-Dominicans be to hand on the torch of devotion to prin-
FrI'loo to emigratnd into ciple and lov.o for the country and its
I'll turn this land into people to those coming leaders we so dos-
A- 289.8 sq. mile estate peratoly neood?
obin H ood rincarna, ill Lt the qualities of statesmanship
I' Robin Hood reincarnate, will flourish in the characters of our future
Rename it: Shorwood Forest. loaders, bereft of guidance from the vast
Then...And only then majority of their elders. Lot the Spirit
Shall all the ignorant lament of Truth and Sincerity be their guided and
'The price of our votes for bandits are lot Charity keep them from bitterness.
The death sentences of our souls." We must conclude that all our Elder
CABLE FROM GUY PUL VICE ASSOC.Statsmen .aro outside Government.
to SAVERIN, Gon.Scc. C.S.A. Dominica: (By request, wo withhold the name of
"GUYANA PSA deprecates enactment by this corrospondent.- EDITOR)
Dominica Governmont of .rpressive civi ..----. ---- --
Service Act galls on Govt to repeal legislation and enter dialogue with CSA
to resolve differences.,
Pa Four T HE STAR Fria October 5LJ197
SFiction MA TITINE.; :Cynthia 'Watt ... Genolia ws" much worked up. "But
Genelia and Ma Titine-were discuss- I'm sick of all the gossip about
ing an article printed in Bouzaille-La. that..I. was in the House of Assem-
"Well," commented Ia Titine, de bly on?;U day when that mischievous
Clerk-lady really tenerairel She anti-CSA Bill iwas passed. A. pity
hitting at people back, belly-an side." you were "ot"there'I The Opposition
She opened her handbag and took out a fought' against some- of its. worst
paper. "Read it again, she said. clauses, but they-were outnumbered."
Genelia read attentively, hmmphed "U'it a. shame replied Na
and ha-a-ed a. couple of times, then Titin6. "I hoer -all about it all
laid the paper on a'table, frowning in ready. So that is the revongoeheo
silence. Ma, Titino, interpreting the said'"he would-tako. I But I know hea
expression, nodded her head sympatheti- CSA will not take it so easy. What
call. you thiik,..Gonolia?."
"Is dat I think too. Fancy sayin Gonolia-'s thoughts could only bu
coloured people cannot rule 1' road in h6r expression which was one
"I wonder if the Premier a-id Cabinet of rage and frustration.
read that article?" Genelia. mused. N -vc-fhbllss, Ma Titino murmdtred
"Ha.ldat is another thihg. An she before they parted. (harking back to
working -under them I Just imagine I her copy 0of-btozaille-La) "?lgr6 tout,
"Yes," Ge.nelia.answored, "every sort. I like any woman who tomorairo..."
of person, 'not just Premier and Cabin- .
et), could feel annoyed. "Vhat about .BACK FROM TEXTBOOK SESSION: RORH0IDO
the clergy the lady is trying to con- r., Rupert Sorhaindo recently return-
vinco? And her words about deporting od to"Domihica from a junior science
the Bishop? And how rshe 'says about book-writing session in Barbados,.
"Let sleeping dogs Io. Ieiw," Who are On the invitation of a leading text-
4ho dogs? Who is she referring to?" book company servicing the Caribbean
on. cl, no- 1t column region, Mr'. Sorhaindo (with three other
NATI1TITALITY & RACIAL OFFElTCES ACT 1973 educationists from the University of the
Any country which has-to prvdt.e an West Indies & the University of Guyana.,
Act like this already'has bad race re- outlined' the contents of. science text-
lations: England did; 'and likewise books ddoinhod-for use at the Junior Sec-
Dominica. As one who has long been ondary level in the Caribbean. It is
the target of the Labour Party at pub- hoped that- th6 books will be available
lic meetings on account of my racial for use during .the next academic year.
and pallid origin, I know as much, al- I'Ir. Sorhaindo las long recognisod tho
though I founded that same Panty on the nood for'scionco curriculum reform in
egalitarianism of the United ITations. Dominica, and he has on many occasions
I thoro&.ro agree with those who call revealed his intention of writing te';ts
the ruling party hypocrites. They did that aro more relevant to the Dominican
instigate hatred or at least contempt, student." 'In Barbados, Mr. Sorhaindo
They did say horrible things against met several of the delegates at the CEDO/
white .:rkas-s and ins.' I thorofore UINESCO Cohfeience on the Integrated
welcome their roformation,alboit tardy. Scionbc Probramme; he also visited his
But this Act is a rather dangerous one, brother Crispin, who is the Secretary of
and we must watch closely to see how the Caribbean Development Bank.
it will be used. This Act was created --- ------ ----
out of a wish to repair a Dominica-UN RACIAL OFSITCES ACT ... "the imago
breach: but will it, of itself create Governront has given to the outside
good race relations? "W want Naid world (of Dorinica) is already spoiled,,
and tourist money, so you-all bettor' and no matter'wihat kind of skin you show
behave good to overseas white people," Yto that or th alrU1 d know th iago.
seeITs to be the mofo I EOUSE: o0110) A- WasA
shons to be the motif of the Act. WA Govt. mado any plant for distribution of
heard 'oo Minit-er say "iwhen this law Melvillo Hall/Castle Bruce Estate?. Ans:
gets the royal assent we will stamp out a bald ", ,/C. And to Misc Charles -0.
this nonsense once and for all"; but on what'stops Govt has taken to have
he was the sane man-who in a gibe at P.M. Darriw withdraw his bandits remark,
the Opposition said:. by thoir skins we the answer was "... the same (steps)taken
shall Imow them". ho SpoSteer. inter-
hallned to curb Sta y h Soador remarks by me in rospect of the numerous cases of
vonod to curb Stanley dollo's remarks vile accusations levelled at Government
and limitedPat Sovns to lO minutes by the Oj'position both orally and in..
Stanley & Pat hold their owhihowovor. t
writing --I tr.a hem with cantomptJ
Stanley gave some hard quotes from the on a n iw hospl. 0IorGrandba b Qcu'^s
Prx oier's past. Moiso declared that G/Bay is now wi1.hn easy roai of Roseau
Friday OsteberS 1973 tHE STAk~ Page Five
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that it is my intention to apply at the Magia-
trate's Court to be held et Delices on Moad4)
the i2th day of November i973, ensuing for o
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my premises at Boetica Parish of St. Patrick.
Dahtd the the x7th day of Septmb 973
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
To the Magistrate Dist. "G" & Commissioinf
I, Masterville Williams, residing at Woodford
Hill do hereby give notice that it is my inten-
tion to apply at the Magistrate's Court held at
Marigot on Monday 8th October 1973, ensuing
for a Tavern Liquor Licence in respect of my
premises situated at Woodford Hill.
Dated 17th September 1973.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAID
Win Customers and Friends
under S e c t i o n go90 of the Roseau
Town Council Crdinance Cap. 189)
of tne Revised Laws of Dominica of
,96r, is ordained that the Roseau
Town Council shall twice in each
year not later than the _3st day of
January and the3 st day of July, by
Reslohmun, declare that a =rate ss
exceeding one and one quarter per-
cent on the values (as assessed un-
der the said Ordinance) of all houses
and lots of land in the town of Ro-
ucau, shall be leviable as Land and
House Rate for the current year.
LB IT RESOLVED
by the Roseau Town
Council this 31st day of
July, 1973 that a Za1 of
three qarters per cetmm
sh)o lly s be le-: om
th e values (as assers.-d =m-
der the said Ordinar-e) of
all houses and Lots i tche
Town of Roseau for the
Scully S. Lestrade,
The Roseau Town Council wishes to
inform owners of properties within the Mu-
nicipali:y that the House and Land Tax
for 1973, fell due on ist. October, 1973,
,-- and payments will be received at the
Office of the Roseau Town Council.
Owners of properties are also remin-
ded that there will be an extra charge on
payment of Taxes after the 31St October,
1973 in accordance with the Land and
House Rate of the Roseau Town Council
Scully S. Lestrade,
ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL
At a Special Meeting of the Roseau Town
Council held on 31st July. rg'3 the following Re-
solution was moved aod seconded and unanunimous-
ly adopted -
Friday Osbbsr 5 1973
D O MINICA CIVIL SERVICE ASSO CIA TION
STATEMENT ON THE CIVIL SERVICE ACT
The rushing of the Civil Service Act through all of its stages during
the last sitting of the House of Assembly is a further example of the
total disregard by the Government of Dominica. for the democratic pro-
cess as well as further proof of the Government's determination to
CRUSH the Civil Service Association at all cost.
In his opening address to the House, the Honourable Premier sought
to indict the Civil Service Association for not forwarding its observ-
ations on the earlier version of the Draft Act which had been submittedi2the
Association on the 28th of June, 1973.
In making his indictment the Honourable Premier failed to point out
that there was a State of Emergency in existence in Dominica from 15th
of June to 15th of August 1973; that Restriction Orders were issued
against the three principal officers of the C.S.A. for the duration of
the State of Emergency and that those Restriction Orders prohibited
these officers 'from addressing groups of Civil Servants or other per-
sons exc ept in keeping with a text .previously submitted to the Chief
The Premier did not inform the House that even before the lifting
of the State of Emergency and conseqlu ently the lifting of the Restric-
tion Orders on the three C.S.A. officials, two of them, President C.C.
Maximea and Assistant Secretary Osborne Symes were retired from their
Civil Service posts 'in the Public Interest'; that the question of an
appeal against the decision of the Public Service Commission and the
Governor was fraught with delays and obstruction including the resig-
nation of the Chairman of the Board of Appeal who declined to hear the
The Honourable Premier did not inform the House that it was only on
Friday the 21st September, 1973, that the Appeals were finally haemd
and that the decision to reinstate the two officers was handed down on
Monday 24th September, 1973.
The Premier failed further to point out to the House that THE BILL
'FOR THE CIVIL SERVICE ACT WAS IN FACT SUBMITTED TO THE C.S.A. ON THE
25TH OF SEPTEMBER, 1973, WITH THE PRONOiUNCEIMET THAT IT WOULD BE TAKE
THROUGH ALL ITS STAGES AT THE NEXT SITTING OF THE HOUSE SCHEDULED FOR
21D OF OCTOBER 1973. The Bill, however, was very-different from the
Draft Act originally submitted on the 28th of June, 1973, since new
r restrictions including restrictions on demonstrations and satirical
p erformancees had been added.
What the Premier did do, however, was to display once more his com-
plete antagonism for the Civil Service AT ALL LEVELS and in this he was
supported by the former Deputy Premier who left the back benches to ad-
dress the House. The Hon. Attorney General labelled the bill 'the most
liberal that, I have ever seen' and quoted a report of the committee which
actually recommended the liberalization of restrictions on Civil Ser-
vants in Atitain as his authority for justifying the restrictions im-
posed by the Civil Service Act. The present Deputy Premier contributed
that the C.S.A. could have approached Mr. Mitchel independently, and
sought his vieWs on the Draft for inclusion in its: representation to
Government. (Mr. Mitchel is an I.L.O. expert who is here to revise labour
legislation in Dominica. The C.S.A. by letter dated 24th August, 19735,
suggested to the Chief Establishment Officer, Mr. Vernon L. Shaw, that the
Draft Act be submitted to Mr. Mitchel for his review and that both the
C.S.A. and the Establishment could forward their observations to Mr.Mitchel.
The Association's suggestion is yet to be accepted.)
THE CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION WILL EXPLORE EVERY AVENUE, TAKE EVERY
STEP, CONSIDER ALL THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE, TO ENSURE THAT THIS MACHIAVEL-
LIAN PIECE OF LEGISLATION IS RESCINDED AND THAT THE CONSTITUTIONAL AND
DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS OF PUBLIC OFFICERS AS CITIZENS OF THIS STATE ARE
"RESPECTED. This plodge must become the pledco of every public officer, every
member of his family, his friends and citizens of this State and the Caribbean at
large who have any rCgard. for the preservation of democracy in the State of Dominica.
C.A.SAVARIN,1T General Socretary. 4/10/73.
Friday,October 5, 1978
s". -I ~ .~' 10.V5 Tsli ~
North West by lanm of Lropoid Laroccue
Ecist by land of Cyril Paul
South Eas by a Right of Way separating it from
land of Government of Domminica
West by land of Leopold Larocque
.- 1, 60 -__ -
the 21st day t
3rd day of
at 10.)5 at.m
by her Solicitor
SRquest for the issue
of a First Certificate
of Tide in respect of
a portian of $a5. at
l Coulibisvrie, in the Pa-
,ria of St. Peter, ia tea
SSta t. of i4oii ea
square foet aed bean
4ed as follows -
North by Mon' Eols Ectate
South by lend of Minetta loseph and Augustus Joseph
East by land of Muietta joseph
West by land of Fustlval james
Schedule 0o Appication fo- Certifirate of Title and Notings
ther a__i Caveat_ s orweek efidin y fSpt. 27..
Date Reuestd [Persoi Pret ening ature r ueA
Request dated a Louia G. GApplic&tief of tLUoi
10. 9. *73 HartaltiG. Hurtauhl for the
Presented by:his Solcitol issue of a First Certi.
21. 9 '73 :M. Eag~omia ficate of Tilde in res
at 11.55 a.m j Charles pect of a portion of
----- -" ............ land known as Tete
lBoi Estate in the PFa
Srish of St, George con.
taming 26.43 acres
and bounded as fol-
Nerth By Ravint Ralph which separates It from lands of
Ralph -4. Littankfalasgow Estat4e South by land of Dorm-
Inlks Mining Cotppany Bei8evue Esta. South East By Ravina
separating it from Dubschecte owned by Louis G. Hurtault
East Lands of Natthew Mac Dcnald Formerly Vincent &
Al!misier Edme,? West lands of Heirs of Ann i Franeils
Reqest dated!!WlxabothlR ltw Naedqst for theeas a
the 7th day i Solomon [ of a FL.st Certificat
of September DmainiqueD as f Title im respect of
1973 perNpalW reprox'. atithat piceor parp.
Presented tke sentative of .:el of land situate is
21st day of Sholton Dem. t2ho Town of Roaesau
Sept. 1973 irtsique, deceased in the Parish o St.
at 3.40 p m. J. by her Solicitor Geo r o containint
R lH.l~ock 829 square ftat andl
_..i .. -o.ui-ndedj as fonawat-
North Easterly by land formerly of ,Hiyden Caslmir now
of O.D. Brisbane and Sons Ltd., South Easterly by Cork
Street Sou5th Westerly by land of William Hector ead
North westerly by land of Evaltne Noel. f
STATE OF DO" MIN A
T'r( I IlY -I* .! Sf a'M~f> t.
Schedule .of Appi,cz:t.an for Ce -.-Ufticte ot Tine ant4 .
th-pereon and Caveats 0o week- endiig 6th oftoI.?.
Date Requested Person Presenting Nature of request wh i i-
I er i Certificate o'f Tat of
.o0ti!g thereon or traa
Re.Pqet dated f Jia Powell !Reqest for ti~. ti n
the 31st day by ther Solicitor; of a First C'tfisrt-~
of July 1973. Ciima A.M of Tide -- re s it of
Presented thee Dupigay a p.Ortson of *Ina at
2ad day of Pon ihf.
October 1973 rih ;f S Joha, mi the
at 3 O'clock State tf ominita
tontainmg 2 2 1 8i
tIears feet and b
+di as& follows:-
ROOM TO LET
Just outside Roseau, to quiet employed
person Home or Overseas. Meals by
Write ONLY to Mr. W.,C- P.O. Box 129
.Schedule of Application for Certificate of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for week ending 29th day of Sept,973.
-DateRe ,eoLrd Preientljf -turtr.est
et dated\ Chriatfwod iRequest for the easue
th. 7th d-y \. John Chairlas of e First Certificate
of Augmst 1973 by hi Solicitor of Title an respect of
Proaeoted the R&adall H. all that portion of
25th day of Lwokiart land with the baild-
September 1973 ines t h re o n in the
V3PMillage of St. Joseph
in the Parish of St.
J o s e p h coa-taininm
1264 square feet and
Northerly by land df Ignathi Luke* Eastely by I -id of
Samuel Luke and Magraten Joseph: Southerly -by lan\ of
Cyprien Sytveiter and Wexterly by land of Zene Louis.
egi sLtrar's Office, EPHRAIM F. GEORGES
ROsS.U, Dominica. Acting Registrar of Titles,
NOTE:- Any person who desires to object to the sstue of a
First Certificate of Title in the above application may enter a
Caveat In tht 4bove Office within six weeks from the date of
the first appearance of this Schedule in the STAR Newspaper
published in this Stea- cr from the date when the notice pro.
wcribed by law v.as served on any owner or occupier of adjoining
kand in respect of which the application Is made.
r FOR RENT
MODERN 3- BED-ROOMED HOUSE
IN GOODWILL AREA
TelWeph n Mrs, Butler 2572 Ext. 29 Office bolrs
"2372 after 6p.
TWO STORIED DWELING HOUSE
8 Boyd's Avenue
2 Lamge Bedrooms
Wail around Property,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
To the Magistrate Dist 'E':
I, Manriard Dupie, uow residing at Roseau Pa,
rish of St. Get me do hereby give you sitice
that it .is my intennon to apply at the Magis-
trate s Court to be held at Reseau on T(esday
the -d 1day of October 1973 ensuing for a Tavern -
and Night Bar Lience in respect of my preamia
Sat 2 Kennedy Avenue Parish of St. George.
Dated the 25th day of September, 19731
-i, jMaynard Dis
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Page Eight T H E ST A R Friday, October 5. 1973
S*TA-*S*P*O*RT* ^ 1orchriston BARCLAYS 1MI BAK OPENING (fr. page 1)
Football.. The matches for the O.D. Th6 solid square building, glasoy-front-
B:.--';bane Trophy continued with Harlem cd, sparkled with colour, light,champagne
Rovers in fine style, knocking out and lovely .l6wers: it 'is situated across
S.patans 6-2 in a. match iihich left from tho DTU wooden building from which
Spartans, their third defeat "this..season Allfrdy & Lbboack launched. the Dbmii i
at .-the hands of Harlem "Rvers. .Scorer5 Labour Paitybnri Mhy 24, 1955. "HEistoryj
were.; H.Jackson 2, 'I.Benoit. 2 and. W. Liko a miodoerh'airport solarium, the motif
Dontfraid 2 for Rovers. Spartanrscor- was sunny" oranhG-yollow with Tlowery scroll
ers were: C.Williams and D.IHurtault. paper panollihg. The now dess had hot yet
'When Paragons and Kehsborbugh United arrived, but everything looked -'and in-
met in their-replay, the first 30 min- cidonthlly tasted really good. Speoches
utes belonged completely to Paragons were encouraging and optimistic we par*
who were three goals up and the Kens- ticAlurly cfijoyod Ron Huggins- (Mnager)'s
borough players playing disorganisedly. brief thak-you and Mr. L*G.P, Roberts -
However, at the interval, the score forthright opohiiremarks. Customers in
stood at 3-2 after a fight back by Kep -.the rumshop opposite gaped.and seemed to
borough U. At the 'final whistle the applaud'they'I"knew not whatI Perhaps the
score stood at 3-4 with Kensborough U advent of-fiscal respectability to Lagol.
having pulled off a fantasticc victory WE S~LL (WE. HOPE) GIVE SOME QUOTES-SOO6S
wi l:c 2. lft their fans-wild and happy. -. -_-- MA_, .
FrZ Poargons, D.Wilson ai&d T.Bertrand
r-1 Pagons. D ion hd T.Bertrand Henderson is said to have been in Dominia
d a ^deence deflection fo'r Kens- recently to promoto the start of a 4 club.
bor;,-n U, E.Lewis 2, E.Christopher & He is:.said.to havo come at the in'.itation
E ls United defeated Saints in a om uh gioup. "God always answers
oltia United defeated'Saints in a. oursprra.r, says. correspondent. We'
hard, exciting encounteriii which only must still pray that this will soon come
one goal was scored'by C.Brown; which off the ground'. ..*The money spent on the
gave Geltis their victory a fd'their Youth Developm-ent Division should ,- used-
ticket for the semi-finals-in which to buy tools tc.for sallools and youth
they will meet rl ers. groups; two officers of the Agricultural
they will meet Barlem'Rovers.
enough United on their way to Sept. might be sent-to Barbados or St.-
Kensborough United, on their way to Vincnt for a month's observation of -4H
the finals on Sunday, defeated Halcyon Clubs.' In this State, all Dominicans who
L-0 in a.- match lacking in excitement, are tourlbo about Youth should- contribute
L.Lewis was the scorer for" Kensborough. in cash or kind to assist a 4H Club.
'Yesterday, Harlem Roveirs and aeltics -- -E ITN-
United met to decide i.rho w-ould make the y r Credit Unions have f ought
o "For 124 ye6ar Crodi% Unions have fought
finals against Kenaborough U. and Harl1c against p6v.rt
mado.it 3-0. Dontfraid 2 I.noitins poverty, economic ignorance, and
ohond Division. DGa.B defeated Iiar- 1 against lodn sharks all over the world..."
S-oond Division., D.G.-S defeated Har- I. -
em over 3a-1 last Friday in a very They colobrat6 the fQrming of the C.U.
good match. Rovers scred fist on October lo, thus commemorating the est-
-6ugh Dontfraid (younrt, brother) And ablishment- of th6 first Credit Union in
thugh Dontfraid (younger brother) and oe -, o ., i 190 t s
their lead to to int-e'rval after* Roceau, Domiznica, in 1950. We tro sorry
hold their lead to thG interval after ...
J.Lawrence blundered a' penalty kick. that we hay6 not the space or paper to
However, on resumption, D.GS. piled" give the 20,000 C.U. members in Dominica
on the pressure ..and acorad 3 through a big- spread in congratulation for C.U.D.y-
An Lw rsrene, .-jaenead E hrouh INTERNATIONAL CREDIT U1RfON DAY OCTOBER 181
A.Lrencet JL~Jce and C.Elwin. .
R. W.S. STESS '- EADD COMMENTS QUESTIONS TII TnE HOUSE (-rom .4 by road,
In the House to hear his son Patterson the need for a hospital here is suporoeded
make his maiden speech (and he acquitted ...a small hospital 4xists...can be ro-
himself well), I1r.Stevcns handed us a tainted for overnight stay patioits or for
fqw scathing paragraphs on Government's minor cases,.." maximumm four)...A noiw
:.isdoods: these include NEGLECT OF' health centre built on the site... The
FEEDER ROADS; -CDC.ESTATES Melville existih. hospital should receive repair,
Hall premised lots to top workn.rs if thy rodocorition and new sanitary facilities".
supported Labour Shoe Party'Candidate HOUSING LOTS at Soufriore & Pto.Hichol:
Elford Henry at fy-eloetioh. The Civil Allocatioii of 36 lots duoc to take'placoe
Service Act; and cobhfinion' over Banana in the'o iontl of October. 21 of 120 lots
fertilizer for- powers. Also- IMr.Leblanc have boon allocated; others-in process.
Giving out cheques to'Villhge Councils GENEVA ESTATE lots for sale: Central
as if. the arc -a personal bounty,. Housing- &..lhnnihg- negotiating with the
We shall onlargo- on-thoe next week.,ow Af -?28 . 4aAn .
.inted *c .ablitW 6y'thee Proprietor, Robea E9iAl3friy of o6pt f h1 Mille l Hou
S,. Iomaniza, at 26 Bath Road, RoseaV, Dominica, West Indies