1 It2 MAeTaIC DNO
Labour tarty had a meeting on Eriday 2st
r tt m g to y i Editor -t a HYLUS
Sb d c Jon have
'(". '.. E AC TIC MINOR
Labor wo is y had a meeting on that it w not
ai the Credit Union 'Hall. do pot know how to
a political a meeting to you, it, waees.n o ea meeth
'..ig, bt a suandaLTatick John ,mot. hare. te-
,rctc-d the da:' or lnomebnt he had ever elected to.'
visit i.'Qon.1nch- I was told by a good, friend of'
amie who is a srtaUch L.bourite that it was not
Spolitical meeting but just a, rneejiog to hear. the
needs and requiremear s of the people, in. eply to
which I laid my friend that at bhis present period. '
wbhean i e, ~ at hand, chere is .NQ mericitg
which wdli aot be political; bit my friend wias
dubaistruckta s the outcome a ofb the meeting .
." wanted by all means to attend that aet !
g a d i did atte~d,. The Ha1S was ovteaowded.
:- :A r ifer:* the ha!p, the bcey sIouts
: F "Hooray" that barst out. from son. ei tbhe
crowd, himself had to stop them. At a certain
tog; of the, meeting, every young man and
vuci- young woman climbed all the benches in
hal l even the ve~y platforil.which the young
'men ia'dv3;d towexdsi was overcrowded. I
couldd not sea the, speakers. At question time
the firat person Who went forward with two fool-
scalp sheets of questions was ex-Teacher Riviere
he started by welcoming the Honourable Premier
S most cordioy & copgratulating him for oaming
Sto Portsmouth and then his questions started:
'Whether John can describe the needs and re-
quirements of the town of ,Porrtmouth?' John
started on streets and roads, jetty, hospital, etc;
but when j an mentioned "Cabrits" with. so
miany rmi::. -..earmarked for its development,
hecn came down the uproar, each item he stated
in the millions caused a&n outburst of,laughter
coshi oshl ha hatHotel, Marina,poads, all in
milions, thi- was what' you may term a real
scandal, he was ridiculed, he was asked how
many times he has been to Portsmouth? In any
case, they stopped Riviere with his questions.
Then Savarin took up, he told John that he
would like him to itemize to him all what La-
bout has done for Portsmouth during their 15
years term of office. J6hn answered he was not
then the Premier.. The crowd shouted after him.
Sand asked him whether he was not a minister and
th was also Deputy Premier!
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MONDAY ..ARCH 24
PREMIER'SMEJET THE PEOPLE TOUR
S Strictly Political.
S BY COusN w YLLIS
he Premier the Hon. Patrick fohn
Son his Meet-the4People Tour *in Vieille
-Case stated f h a t he merely wanted to
know the people and see their problems,
and didn't come on a Political Mission,
It seems as if people in this country are
really blind-folded, and the veil that s ur.'
Sounds their faces will lead them to polio '
tica condemnation, .
Wi .W al know- that the ei-premier E.0
LIeblanc used the Village Councils 4asan
image -building political entity now he.
has left the scene so dishonourably; he
left sp many problems unsolved in his
Sown village for 15- years.
LT TH nnued .v DOie-f
I,,' ,LET HUE HAND OF FI EEDOM -
LET THE HAND-OF FREEDOM ,
TURN ON THE LIGHT IN THIS PLACE
LIST OF FREEDOM CANDIDATES P~g
MISS MAGGIE RIVIERE
A Tribute NEXT Week
Page Two '0T HE 1; S T A.
STRICTLY POLITICAL.(fr .. )
by Wyllis LeBlanc 'Cousin'Wyis
The Hon. self-made Premier makes
villagers' problems looks so easy
during his tour and implies urgent
consideration or attention. Since
the Premier is responsible to see
people and solve problems, therefore
it suggests there is no need to have
parliamentary representatives, and.
this attitude is unconstitutional and
In other developing countries,
when Political Leaders want to be
known, they engage themselves in
familiarization tours, greeting people
etc., and hardly do.they engage them-
selves in-discussing local problems,
especi ally.at election time..
Ian't the Premier building his,
image and introducing his party can-
didates for the.coming election? Why
do so many of his candidates travel
with him; if not on a. political mis-
In some areas, this political .
*build-up was not received well, be-
cause people will not be fooled all
the time. It is high time that
Dominicans' should wake up from this
political slumber and change to a
system more meaningful, constructive,
democratic and reconciling.
The Premier's 'Meet-the-People'
tour at.Vieille Case,ended in a fiasco
when answers to, question put by Wyllis
LeBlanc (Cousin Wyllis) were not forth-
coming., The youth of Vieille Case
who are strictly backing Cousin Wyllis,
shouted "We don't want Patrick John",
"We don't want Labour." Whereupon
the mike'was snatched from Cousin
Wyllis' hand by his political enemy
the ex-Premier, E..O.LeBlanCi. Cousin
Wyllis- left the stage at this juncture,
but when he returned later for more
questions, he found that tear-gas had
been spra~yg on the stage and there-
fore the meeting 'had to be abandoned,
Ironically, it seems-that one.of the
ex-Premier s children is- using the.
Freedom Party's. symbol saying that is
'what they believe in.
CONDUCT OF AN EX-PREMIER
Premier Patrick John visited Vie-ile
Case on Sunday .2rd Feb; there he held
a meeting at the Parish Community Hall.
It began very well: the clerk of the
Villageb Council welcomed the guests
and spok n adadnger us. ridge, i the
village t. B althaza}. Cisdeo p.t7,j
R .Biday. February 28. .1975
] "R.COM3hG ELECTIOiN
1* :y Hugh Lawrence
Our Social League of Catholic
Women should get busy and start cam-
paigning all over the island. As
our woman population is greater than
that of our men, if each constitu-
ency put up an intelligent woman
candidate, I doan.t see how they could
fail to seat several in the House of
Assembly. I do hope they get busy.
Prior to the last general elec-
tion the Leblanc Labour Party (now
led by Patrick John) published their
manifesto which proposed the follow-
1. D VELOPMiNT OF THE IIERASTRgUTURE
Roads, Water Development, Elee-
triicdty & Telephones, -Housing,
Cheoks against Bureaucracy
2., Deep Water HarbQur; 3. Inter-
national Jet Airstrip; 4. Educa-
tion; 5. Economic Development; -
6. Cooperatives; 7. Social Security;
8, Labour Legislation; 9. Civic &
Local Government Affairs; 9.Youth,
and 10 Sports and Culture. It is
pointless going into all.what the.
manifesto had to -say alongside these'
ten points abovementioned. There
are so many "we-shall", "will enabl:
"will be brought into effect" and
others, that iup till now not a
stroke of work was done, but tax-
payers' money was spent maliciously.
When roads, ,electricity, housing,
international jet airstrip and
social security are promised at the
beginning of their five years and
only at 'the, end a little is.being
said (in other words,, a- repeat of
the manifesto).are they once more
fooling the people to get into power
the way they succeeded the last time
with the help of the Pundit? It
would be the semijucgment day of the
judgment day the bible talks about.
'What ,I would appreciate at this
point is to ask all those who poss-
ess a copy of the manifesto to read
it and see if they have kept their
promises and. ask yourselves whether.
you are going to vote these wicked
people back into power this elect-
ion. I say ngo, because you can no
longer be fooled.
-- EELVIi FRAiCIS,
A P O L I QT I.C AL S UG G E S TI 0 N
by 'A. M. aohn Lewis.
Since the House of Assembly has now been officially dissolved and the
General Election as a result must .be just around the corner, I-think that
one can now reflect on the harmonious and statesmanlike manner in which the
members of the'Official Opposition Party (the Dominica. Freedom Party), and
the Independent Opposition Member, Mr. P.A.S. Stevens, who represented the
North-Eastern Electoral District, have operated.
Mr. Stevens has received the parliamentary support-of the Opposition --
Freedom Party members on every occasion that he has moved a motion in the
House in the name of the people of Marigot, Londonderry,-Wesley, Calibish%
Woodfordhill and Atkinson, whjahe had the honour to represent since he-re-
placed his father Mr. W. S. Stievens in the House. of Assembly.
The type of :leadership that Mr. Moise, Mr. St rens, M~b Fadelle and the
indefatigable Miss M..E. Charles .provided during their. tenure as Opposition
members will long .be remembered by Dominicans both at home and abroad.
I wish to congratulate them for the brilliant manner in which they
accredited themselves in the House of Assembly. They proved to be by far
superior to the Labour Government members of the House in so far as parlia-
mentary procedure 'is concerned.
The time has now come when Mr. Pat. A.S. Stevens and the Doininica Freedom
Party should join their poaitieal hands, brains, Anfluences, hearts and
abilities: together and offer to Dominicans the .type of leadership whiph they'
.need in. this time of national crisis.
If they could have operated, so successfully as mehibers of the Opposition,
I see no reason 'why they should not prove to be a resounding 'success: s
members of a new Government of Dominica.
It is in the national interest therefore that I call upon Mr. Pat Stevens
to join hands; with the Dominica Freedom Party and. fight for the forthcominge
General Election under one banner.
I was hoping that such action would have occurred without a suggestion
from an outside source. However, since this. has not yet been a reality and
considering the fact that the Geieral.Election is -definitely around the
corner and being yesy.-Interested in .the welfare of my country' I had no
alternative but to convey my political opinion through the medium of'the
Let me clearly state that 1 dn a long time admirer of the political capa-
bilities of Mr. Stevens. I was also a Labourite when the Stevens father a'd-
son were in the Labour Party.
I am'cbnvinced that the people in the Marigot area will accept Mr. P.A*.
Steven's decision, if he will finally take it., and I sincerely hope that he
Will, to fight the election as a member of the Dominica Freedom Party,
I trust that for the sake of Dominica"iny suggestion will be given the
urgent and favourable consideration that. it deserves by-Mr.. .P.A.S. Stevens -
and the Dominica Freedoni Party,
In 8t. VYi.cent .Mr Milton.Ca4to and Mr. Ebenezer, Joshua, who had been
bitter.political rivals for over a decade, joined their political influences
together when'it became clear to them and to St. Vincentians in general that
there was political, financial and economic uncertathty in St. Vincent, in
order to save their country from complete political ruin,' according to them,
-by the-Government of Premier James Mitchell.
The situation in Dominic&a is by far worse than was the St. Vincent situ-
ation and it is now incumbent on Mr. P.A.So Stevens to join the Opposition
Dominica Freedom Party in whom the population has undoubtedly developed a
very high degree of political confidence,, thus becoming a unified politi-
cal party. A.M.J.L. : PRVAlTE .COACHIhG
DAWU HURRICANE RELIEF FUND ngl-h, nch aths (a"
Already acknowledged' l00; Cari-, APPLY Miss ench Maths (an er/noo)S
bana Handcraft $P5; Goodwill Barish. APPLY Miss May Christia c/o STAR.
Hall Com.; $2,5; Castle Bruce; Farmers an be made to DAWU's office or
Coop., $100o Purther contributions Royal Bank of Canada.
Reiday'February 80, 1975
SIn the Final Analysis Third World Countries have proved ihg t
DEVELOPMENT is possible through CO-OPERATON
,BY TRAINEE CARIFTA
DEVELOPMENT COO: LTD.
A Young Creative
DOMINICAN, Business SHARING in. the
RESPONSIBILITY OF BUILDING DOMINICA,
In its own little way
is seeking ways and means
of creating more
O9 BS ,
A YOU1NQCEA1U E D
A YOUNG CREAfIVE DO
FULL SHARES.TO HELP DE
BY- T A I N EE
siTA q, .25 2,
Promoting Agricultural Exports through weekly
shipment VIA CARIBBEAN AIR SERVICES,
Supporting LOCAL ARTS AND CRAFTS
Giving SOLID Support to the Small but Growing
Local Garment Manufacturing Industry,
Promoting Devlopment of a Local Toys Indaustr
I BY -T : 1NEE
MINIVAN BUSINESS DOING ITS
VELOP INDUSTRY IN DOMINICA
In its own little way
Sis seeking ways
AND MEANS OF CREATING
- A TIINE E
trJgu.~y -q TU* A 3 T A It
a $ g -gAN. L he A na ult o .
T"lh.e situation of r t n .
ti rvo 1dsa.'sie d & liing -riuao" a'j
h r.s -( n d h .
H"ai manir. r't -.*< I! t'he&TAi h. -
read o.; -. wii ie'd Mn
saot yeaii b "' 5 wor.s 5 a-Ei i. ;a aS l 0: eI
o lhis l as :piees.. r:tm; ran d Puin-
nltel~a nt-" ^a.d1 /*'.'-' Idiot'1? "
ot;-i v. n "as 9 t prisanu. foSr
8 is.ath ith othcr. -"bers tof '.an ill-
.gal orgorni station. Ha vwas lud aut to
~hexn Iica *s pardoned, broka.n in ItaJh
Sbel'iped,.that. Iisan Athbehtaiotu.f is
-tiyatvod .by tho erwving fr abb3utto
freoadoam,- and lie. thd igt tt'.hat r-i tors a
ust 'uff'oer. Iuonig: .t inalsutcd haniXa
injured ,of the oarth iun order tor
imPhievO tr a "ncompa ssion 'and insight,
Hlis view ismp.ipcod in. arSipus -ways
,.ry theirr fa heous pot.h and autahoss.
ilke'B, a ganiUst-puPt born-; in Prague-,
'aid: firstt h(. poetl s heart meai.-ts
break.. su 'stan Adon, w ho dihod
*lAst year bu.t whose 1nglith piooems
.aro veromating, wrote tat tho
o'y list .
"oaU-ust be ouaing't-he fi lthy
gist t; l st.'.en by ; *rty 0o,
a nd in his own frc.il boingi i'f he
m.st -suffer-. dully .kal- those rongs
And Frana Kafka (Austrianin)whseo
hiiunting books "TVie Trial" tand I "Thf /
CsatPle" depict the braffr'ing sit.antioin
of Muni,. in tch grip of powCrs .haUt areo
~taony mo and invisible follows thie
groat tradition of creative writers
wlh in indi tattoni of J us .Chri at -hrewo
been accused of. mixing with -siminers,
:!r being sympathetic to their cause,
OBJECTION that no bail vwas allowed un-
der .Uthe Un1liwful Asseciation (Dreads)
Aet,, and tiaht the. cases of accused por-
aoans should, b liedrd immeodia'toly they
were brought before a Magi strato -rith
no adjournmentt, alsp that soiuo provis-
oibs of theo Act wore inimical- to theo
Doiniica Conlstittttiop: such Vas tihe
gist of a( statement by OCOfCAR (Orgainis-
stion t-f Comumonwoalth Caribbean Bar-
risters) _at. their recent meeting in St.
Lucia.. Our Bar Assace, did not .take so
strong 'a line. Meanyrhise Govt.hore says
it intends to contiriUd tho Act "as theo
-tureast.,.r-ay to prosorve the Iraw in this
S IST OF FREEDOM CANDIDATES
*i.M.,ugenia ChirleasRsonu Centrals Barrisator
26 1Star Lo s Crrin, Goodswill AccOnotIt II
3S. upert So rharindo, Cano fcild: Teacer
4. .ic;omron Jno, Charlo s M4ahautu: Stud nt
5. Vr;-I:.a.! a't Jno,ChnarloesSt.Jo aeph- nr-mer
6. Alvin .Armn.ntrading, Salisbury: 2Arm'tr
7.Alfrod Parillon, Col'ihaut. Ar.ist--
.8 -lHs'Lerti"e Vio0le C8ase: SalRsamn
9.eilaeo D'lamini, Wusaloy Socifl .Worker
o10.Mhulqy LaufErent, Castle Brueot hr;:er
ll.P.K. Wil lians, La Plaino : -,Sal6 smt-
12.S-tAmoly Fadello,Fpnd- -St Joan: .*or
13.Av6n 'Casimir, Grand ,Bay : EloetriCian
314Ant.hoy Moio, S.ourrioro 1'4~or.
15.Annette ;It.1Lliare, New Toarwn Sihopkoe;op ,
16.Roeni: Augu.iste,. Sanybia ; Frmner.,
Thesie are the authorisAed Froodom Par~,. Candid
There are no WINE INDT CandidA- +-.
SPeriodic Pains disappear
When You, Take
'e A -A ", ** -- *
Situate at Hillsborough Street, Roseau,
748 Square Feet
Apply: M.E.Chardes, j8 Old Street,
STATE .-OF DOMIN CA -
S': TIT BY REGISTRATiOiN ACT. .
Schedule of Application for Certificate of Title and Notlngs
the'reon and Caveats for week ending 8th day of Fabruary 9S15
Date Requested? Person Presenting Nature of request whetlh-
er a Certfilcate of Tiileof
Noting thereon or Caveas.
Request dated Beenie Gust*e Application of Ben
20 12 74 by h Solicitor t niGuite for the iV
Preesented KM.Egenia sue of a firt certify
6 124 5 Charles cate of title inreipect
at P2. ,m . of a portion of land
--- .- kno*n a. a Lot at
.Carib Delices in the
'Parish of St Patrick
S ontaining ] 1120
square feet and bounded as follows
North land of Preston Witlamt East Land of Mastyn Guist,
South Land of Lucy Casimir North.West Land of Peter
Regltrar's OfCfice, EPHRAIM F. GEORGEt'
Roseau. Dominica. Iegistrar of Titles
NOTE: -Any person whoCe 3j(. to objicc co ih= Usluiig of a'
Certifcat~eof title op the above apphicationimay enter a Caveat
In the above once within six weeks fi-ro the. date of the first
appearance f. this schedule i. the STAR Newspaper published
in this State or from the date when the notice prescribed by
law'was last served on any owlier or occupier of adJoiningi
land In respect of which the aLpigCator4s raade, |
11 e Six!6^^
i Acre of land at Montine Grandbay
suitable for erection of building.
Apply: M.ECharles, a2 '1O Street,
.? i P.O.Box s, >Dominica. I
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RM IKK8A MORTGAGE rhAN4C CMN' .
lz. Applications are invited from suit
ably qualified men. tor the pos: of
Trainee Execmive with a viw' to
assuming the post, of Manager on
completion of a training period.
, .Candidates must be Dominicans
with a good d...adon..t background
and several y.Ers commercial epe'-
.le.Ace, preferably with a knowledge,
of inancIl management accounting'
There must be a proven record of
S administrative ability. ,
S3 Salary and other benefits will be the
subject of negotiadon and will de-
pend on age, abiitiy and expert ience.
Those possessing suitable qualify
cations should write in the first in-
stance to '
East Caribbean Housing Ltd.,
C 1 Dominica Mortgage Finance
Hanover Street, .
-nan- - ? -
LAND ROVER FOR SALE
/ 'SW.B. 1973 IIo,00 Miles
Good Running Order.
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Owner Leaving Dominica End of March
Serious Offers in Next Two Weeks Only
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9027 Square feet of land suitable
for housing and cultivation.
Situate -a the southern end of
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or 28 Old Street,
Frinfay Vehruary 28 19Z$
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.LP1" I I'UTl.
COiNDUCT OF AI EX- PREMIER (fro._2) APPRECIATION OF LUCILLA (.WINIFRED).
Jules Honore spoke about- doctors' AtIRED
visits without a dispensary. Titus Winifred, as her many acquaintances
Honore.spoke about'dentists not cor- knew her,passed away quietly on Carni-
ing to the, village. val Tuesday afternoon at her mother's
The Premier, Patrick John, answad home at-Marigot. The eldest of Mrs.
all their questions. Andrew Thomast twelve children, she
Mr. Wyllis LeBlanc asked a quest- had the gift of family leadership
ion which the Premier obviously did with a winsome smile, which .she exhi-
not intend answering. When all the. bited anid excruciating, pains to the
people shouted "get up and answer" very end.
then he answered, so Wyllis asked At school she was a mathematical
a second question. Then the ex-Prem- genius., When every other pupil in her
ier of Dominica '(.Mr.Edward Oliver class worked on paper she-arrived at
LeBlanc) a. man who is supposed to be her answers mentally. On one occasion
a sensible man, an honest man, a. a Juriior-Teacher marked one of her
polite man, a-well disciplined and sums wrong. I examined the exercises
trained mania broke the meeting up by only to find that she copied-a s png
rising'froin his seat and walking up figure written illegibly in corner
to the stage to ip' t Mr. Wyllis by of the blackboard.
pulling the microphone from his mouth She taught me what in practioe'I
and giving him a push, showing those had not fully 'grasped.in theory: that
present his behaviour and conduct;. great minds can be very lacking in one.
those are the kind of men. Dominicans aspect of learning; because her hand-
have to .represent them, and-aas for writing was a horrible scrawl and her
good example, when we hear of Dreads spelling worse. But Winifred would
what does this man's conduct look always confess "I'am trying!". This
like.? Had Mr. Wyllis;been the. same was what made her a great personality
type of man as: Edward what would have. all through her lifetime whether- in
happened? I heard these men were Dominica or abroad,
acting as pigs in the House of Ass- One. last point of which several:
embly fighting and using words of her friends were unaware.: she was
like common, vulgar people, I never a disciplinarian of the- first class,
believed it, but this; act made me. She relieved her mother and stepfather
picture their conduct in.the House, of their parental duties. "ienen" all
I, 'as a young man, was standing the younger ones called her, They
on the side and shame. filled me, and feared and loved her because- she could
not I alone. Every disciplined per- smile .seriously with good humour. Any
son who was there, we the young gen- success they have .achieved must be
eration, cannot- tolerate such men to attributed to her unflagging concern
represent us; we wantmen of good for their good..
conduct and disciplined men who can We shall not see her like again,
keep society 'and give us a .good exa especially in an undisciplined age.
.am:le. These.:men bring our country "Teacher", she said smiling to me at
to shame and disgrace; that's why we her home, "I have not done much, but
never before had a country with rea have to go".
and is only with these men ruling My wife and I extend deepest condo-
that this occurred. lences to all her relations. "The
Patrick John was there when it be- righteous liveth forever"'-
gan; none of you never did ai thing S. STEVE S.
about it; only. when one man jumped
off the boat like~: a rabbit, then PENS ARE HELPERS
Patrick (protecting himself and his They, are of many makes and kinds
votes) decided to do something, but and were once feather quills used by
had he been elected already, he different hands; now there is the
wouldn't have done a thing, 'or- there typewriter (and electrical ones be-
is no difference between. the alligata sides): Moses however wrote on a
and. the crocodile. 'tabled of stone, and the Lord with
LeBlanc brought shame on the meet- his finger on the sand.
ing with his public utLnd.- behavior Yes, they are of many kinds and pri-
The people ra- Patrick out by crying: ces; some are got free in the land.
"No Patrick John, No Patrick John; .Sowe havye' got to keep on writing,
don't come back -A YOUNG YOUTH, Vie ll Case eedo a tem all.
PaAD'Tgenri buavi 8.97h
i~ ~tt. (TVtL IL J*L L J I. -
S*T*A*R*S*P0**R*T*S Morchriston PORTSMOUTH POLITICAL FIASCO fr.p.l,
CRICKET England Goes One Up Mhen Magnetic Minor.
-....- saw th -a Was a mMoe businesMso-
England completely dominated the I shed mselfh. was a ob business
first test match' against New Zealaad I pushed myself through the thick
at A!ckland to win by an innings and crowd with excusee me, excuse me,
until I reached the door safely. I
83 runs. bHowever their victoryfwas said "thans be toG@od, I am outside."
marred by the nea1btu:date h r ofheateld Fortunately f.rr me, not so long after'
who vwas htya bouicer of speester I reached the street I heard a deuce
Peter Lever, stopping his heart. of a bi JuUp going on in the 1
England batted first and declared of a big "JuWe U" going on in the Hall
at the mammoth total of 593 runs for with "We don't want no Patrick John."
tthe loss of six wickets; Keith lets for How John succeeded in getting--'ot of
216, Mike Defness 181, J.Edrich 64, that Hall, I cannot tell; but was
T.1Gr6ieg 5 and A.Knott 29 ri told how he was barraged; theyalammed
New Zealand, after reaching 285/5' the door of his van; they hit the van
slumped to 326 and wbre forcedto SO many i as toldbl
follow on and lost 9 wickets for 161 As for Leslie,. Vwas told they deal
runs by the end of the 4th 'day. On1 him two clouts' and dragged his hat
the 5th and final day., the last pair from his head,. That other one Zocoa
pushed the score to 184 before Lever that. is Finuel 'Martin, they raised
felled EWan Chatf.ield..with a b~unoer him up between his'two legs and drop-
hatfldwas 1uhed to hospital. JohI ped him right down on his buttocks.
aker got 121 d orrison 58 58 a .The meeting was a real. fiasco. They,
,Wad.swo rt 58,.- Tony rieg 5/98 & 5/51 told John "Get away, and 'do not put
S the Augustus Gregire your foot back in,Portsmouth again..
LEA In the uu G oeI was told also that Patrick John.had
League, Baints and Blackburns won' the was told also that Patrick John had
mates against Police nd tis to seek poie protection at P ille
At the Botanical Gardens where and Vieille Case; the.were pelting
Saints played Potice, Saints won by.a stones and bottles.. I do. not Inow how
innings and' 76"effore lurich,on the. true it is. His Chairman was Michael
g aI6Douglas oweich pst Appuhr toh have
final day. Scores: Police 76 and 69; Dugls, whichh post appears to have
Jerome Pierre 31, N.Phillbp 5/16, U. been two-fold, being well known at
Zamore 3/08 and Abraham 6/16. CSaints, this end as a double blade, I find&
221 ~-N.Phillip70, M.Roberts 53 ad that as Chaiman, he started the ball
L.Etienne 32. J.Pierre'5/42. a-rolling in. his-opening address to
At the D.G.,S. Grounds, Blackburns the crowd 4- stating that Portsmouth
won the to's and sent in Smartians to was definitely neglected;- to which
bat, who were dismissed for 67, and 67 remark the' crowd applauded and ex-
again in their second innings. pressed approval by a heavy roaring
P.St.Ville 20. Bowling for Blackburns and, shouting "Yes, yes, it is true;
G.Tousisaint 3/22, R. Letang 2/23, .M. it's true." In any case, I certainly
Darroux 3/04 & 5/22, O.Lewis 1/01 and know that John was chased away in the
1/07, D.Dublin 1/17 and H.Fergus 1/11, worst way in the town of Portsmouth.
Blackburns replied with 93 and 47/7 to .
give 'them- B -wicket victory. 'H. Lafa HOW A CULTIVATOR WAS TREATED Ii
40. For Smartians, P.St.Ville 5/23 & AGRICULTURAL YAR
6/29,- V.Alleyne 2/0, H,Volney 2/07 & Aman who tried to beautify and cul-
E.Williams. 1/12. .tivate the grass verge along the public
FOOTBALL Bath Road Nets 15 highway near Fond Male, by killing the
In the Harlem Off. season league, weeds and planting .ilies (50 plants) &
Bath Road brought--their tally.of goals pigean-peas (150 plants) to keep vines
to 39 inrfour matches, after their & weeds down, was astonished when a Pub-
heavy 15-nil defeat of Loubiere on. lic Works operative pulled up evry one
heavyI5--nil-- defeat- of Loubiere on
Sunday 23rd, In other matches:, Lower of his plants without notice or warrnrt
Victoria 4. Harlem City Rangers 0, ThiLs man (name given) was trying to
Victoria Stars 4-K-Hides 0, Thunder set a goqd example for Agricultural
Birds 2.-Loubiere 0 and Pte.Michel 5 -.Year to other growers what a rewad..
Harlem City Rangers 35 At the WindsorHis complaints to Ministers since Dec-
Park, Mondericks 2 Alcons O, Potters ember remain ignored., F WEOW GROWR. .
4-Lindo U 3, .Merry-Go-Round 3 Los- 4el-Kens 2 Mondericks 1 (walk-out)
Pisos 2, Virgin Rovers 2 Pedlars :, t 1ggg:4, -,r8gglrs 1, and Merry-
TTflntea ana VTolne by the fro-prie tor E.A.ll-frey of Copthall'Mill House
'at 26 Bath Road, Roseau, Dominica, West .Indies.
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