<%BANNER%>






PRIVATE ITEM
Digitization of this item is currently in progress.
Star (Roseau, Dominica). December 21, 1979.
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00072476/00850
 Material Information
Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica). December 21, 1979.
Uniform Title: Star (Roseau, Dominica).
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publication Date: 03-21-1975
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Dominica -- Caribbean
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: sobekcm - UF00072476_00850
System ID: UF00072476:00850

Full Text



*5f Vol. xx No,. "
Cable: Star, Domfnlca
Ti: Printery 2691. Editor 2610
UT.K Media Reirese~ntativeS
Lo'n Turner (Londori) Ltd.
122 Sh.fteabie ry Ave. W. .


Pda March21 1975


An Invitation to the
Women of the State
mlIIS AFMINsstXo (Priday) at 5 pm,. any
women of Donmnino6a are assembling at
: either ie 1:ev: or. Goodwill iSa~ ah .
*A *'& te *.
M.94.' 5.. 01M/DAR1TY MNOW
S SU'PP CUR Of aa- JOIN IN Y
Internal llona Woaea's Year
FREEDOM CANDIDATES


x M. Eugenia Charles Roseau Central Ba
2 Star Letrrade Goo;wif Accot
3 BRpcrt Sochaindo Canefield T4
41 Emerson Jab CAarlrs, Mahaut L w.Gra
5 Vanoulst Jao. Charles St. Joseph F
6 Aia Armantrading. 'Salisbury F:
7 Alfred Parillon Colihaut A
8 Wyllis Lubhkc .Vieille Case. Sa
9 E udeco D'lathini Wesley Socid a
*.- iPaley Laure t .r Castle Bruce ,.
"'.K Wila .ns La Plaine Sale
4 Stanley *Faidelle- Food. St. Jean. F
-1 von Casimir Gand Bay Elect
. Anthony Moise.'- Soufriere F
SAiette St. Hiliare New rown Shopk
i .o'x Avguiste, ,:. -. Salyba. F:
Atto. 'No te:is truly F-ree who does not work
S. tfor the Freedom of 1 others "

S 'CSA SUPPORTS JOSEPH-
The, CS.A has dtclded to endorse the candidacy of
(iNDEP-NDENT CANDIDATE A Freeerck Joiseph nor
beceuse'of any h-bsilliy to. the to political parties con.
F" r'ti)g thi.Goodw,1i Constituency but because the Asso.
clation is sttsfied that Mr. Joseph is arnan and as a trade
unionir stands fr "fair play and justice for ail".
Re' Rtemtber the VOTE and not STRIKE ACTION
Is the most powerful weapon which the civil servant poi-
in a full page letter the CSA gives its reasons for this
stand, including Mr. Joseph's record on Civil Service mat.
ters and disputes, ending:
We have been' pushed around but now we have
our chance, if we don't take It we may never have an
6ther chance. .,
iMeanwhile Preedom candidate Star S,
Lestrade presses on confidently with
hii campaign for the Goodwill vote.
Both men oppose Mr. Patrick R.John,


rrister
airaint
teacher
iduate
armer
armer
rtisan

.sman
warmer
sman

warmer I
eeper
warmer


DESMOND LOSES APPEAL
- W .I. AkPPEAL CURT, s.ttini ina
Antigua last iTesday, dismissed.
Desmondd Trotter's appeal against
the death-sentence., Judges Peter-
:kin & St.D*rnard concurrea on the
dismissal'.- Judge Percy Lewis
gave a dissenting judgment.

bDOMINICA FRnEDQt ARTY
AI, MS AND. OBJ.T'S
STo uphold under God the basic prin-
ciples of freedom:


*
*


NYC

page
five


Freedom
Freedom
Freedom


of Expression
of Worship
From Wan,'


Freedom from Fear. ,
To advance the unity and soeoia har-
mony of our State :by sitading against
the forces of discriminatin an:t preju-
dice involving class, colour or creed.
To put justice before ks alism and to
serve the best ioteresrs of the people of
Dominica at all times,. .
To prioide for the improved care and
training of our, youth towards a better.;
future for all' and for the welfatr of our
aged. ...... '
By, the proper use of -planiog, to de-
velop our resources for the benefit of al
the peoples of our land.
To preserve in every wa, consistent
with advancement and iqceasing indus..
trialisation, the beauty of landscape and


the natural riches of Doatinic?, so that
these God given resource will not he
FOR A Iruined 1 by exploitation.
OR SA LE,


Volkwagon Estate Car
Automatic transmission
Apply: M. E Charles
28 Old Street,
Roamut
I~omCniB


GENERAL ELECTION


n all these aims the attitude of the
'


.PEOPLE BEFORE
PEOPLE BEFORE
PEOPLE BEFORE
AND THINGS.


POWER
POTpCIANS
PRIVILEGE


MONDAY









Prr- Nf S TIA R Friday. March 21. 1975
a CPS' *uY*' -- .- - -a -- -w


DOMINICA 'AND HER LITTLE MEN
by a visiting Small-Islander
THE WHOLE WORLD IS LAUGHING AT DOMINICA.


nave you heard that before? They star-
ted laughing in 1972, when Oxford Uni-
versity Press published a book enti-
tled "West Indian Societies" written
by a teacher at Howard University in
the States:
"A very definite attempt waq made;
in the election campaign to make people
believe that LeBlanc, the leader of the
successful party, -partook of the nature
of a. god. The attempt to- divinize
LeBlanc began with the posting of large
pictures of him at strategic points all
over Dominica...Satehiites took over fran
there and in a variety+ of ways hinted
that LeBlanc was no t.rdinary mortal
and that he was something of a. god, "
Consequently that it would be imp.ious
not to vote for him.".
THE WHOLE WORLD IS LAUGHIiG AT DOMINICA,
when. they discover that the population
here is so illiterate that to vote,
people need a shoe., to know whom they
are voting for,. If they put their
hand and make a cross for any dirty
object,. the, world will laugh even
louder.
THE WHOLE WORLD IB LAUGHIiG AT DOMI ICA.
because the rulers think the people are
going to vote for glamorous pictures of
candidates, and they believe more in
big lies thar_-i.~.eruel truth. They re-
fuse to look at real facts: Imagine a
'god' who emptied the cash. and used.
their money to build his palace and
promote his family' A god who created
the Seditious Act and many other bad
laws... a god who apt proper informa-.
tion from the people and made them
more and more afraid of their own sha-
dow, reducing them to a new kind of
Blayery, and developing racism
THE WORLD LAUGHS, because one little
man dolled up as a god succeeds another.
Just vote for a face behind dark glass-
es, don't worry about the Party (it
causes shamed. *
THE'LITTLE MAiM" CULT TODAY
Facts: A Little man who provoked un-
employment,,who practised day after.
day Corruption, Waste, Lawlessness...
(under the guise of law-making).
Facts: a little man who as a member of
Trade Union, Mason, pretended Christian,
supports a paper which says and writes
such dirty lines about. one of the
cleverest and cleanest and most honest


TEN REASONS WHY .WE SHOULD VOTE
EUGENIA
: h -She .is,.,. hard worker..
2 .She is honest.
3, 'She is distinguished,
4. She is benevolent.
5. She is of international
repute.
6, '-She w'ill2" not be bribed.
7, She is not going. for what
'shef can, gt.
8. She will uplift -the image
Sof:'the State.'
9. She is a dynamics representa-
tive,
10. She will be .an ideal states-
iawoman.
For too long now Dominicans
who have made a, name for, them-
selves' abroad have hbad to'
hide themselJves because of the:
mean image the State'.s represent-
atives project. :Let 'ausrie
out of shame, Poverty and Mis-
trust. .Out of Mepuis and' Degra-
dation.
WAJEE UP DOMI8iICAiLS; TIM TIME
HAS COME TAKE- OFF YOUR WOODEN
GLASSES AND DSEE THE LIGHT. VOTE
WISELY... . 1 .
VOT FRiEEDOM,. VOTE IJjDEPE1iDFqT
We have had enough of those
ow
azy PAASITE
b- our
KELVIN FRAMCIS, Roseau.

(from col. 1) -...woman of the
Western world in the middle of
the Women's International Year!
So these who are going to support
that kind of little man person
must believe that the day of the
cruel TRUTH is not:far and that
they-will be;the -first ones to
pay for their lack of intelli-
gence and the first to be thrown
down deep to the bottom of the
ravine.
SO THE DAY WILL COME AND IT
IS MONDAY, MARCH 24th.
THE REITH LECTURES Tues.,8pm.
A reader writes: these marvellous
intellectual exercises crept up
on us, so many missed the first
one, and I myself missed part of
the second. I do hopelthe Radio
Dominica will repeat the lectures
maybe on Sundays with plenty of
advance publicity they can do
nothing but good. T. L.


~r~d~v, lyiarch 21, 19~75


~Hff R~PD~R


P e rr Tw rtnm






P T A R


&iSMAda, ah 1 195


.WHY CS.A. SUPPORTS IIfDiPENDENT CANDIDATE JOSEPH
The' C.S.A. has decided to endorse the candidacy of INEPENDE1T CANDI-
DATE A. Erederidk Joseph not because of any hostility to the two political
parties contesting the Goodwill Constituency but because the Association
is satisfied that Mr. Joseph as a man and as a trade unionist stands for
"fair play-and justice for all*."
It is because of this-.strong belief in these principles that. the
Association in 1971 submitted Mr. Joseph's name along with three others to
His Excellency the Governor' for selection to fill one of the six places on
the Public, Service Commission as provided for under. the Dominica Consti-
tution Order, 1967.
Mr. Joseph has served on the Public Service Commission with distinqt-
ion,"6particularly .n a situation' where the other members of the PS.. .
iweare all party stooges.
Any .Civil Servant who has had to seek C.S.A. representation on matters
of appointments and acting appointments must be grateful for Mr. Joseph's
insistence that the claims of all eligible officers must be examined before
an appointment is made,
On the question, of dideiplinary control Mr. Joseph has recorded hi-s
objections to P.S.C. decisions which were obviously biased and motivated
by. party political consideration. He therefore objected to the actions
Stake by the P. S,;. in. the Radio.' Dominica Affair and had his vote against
recorde. He also objected to, the deductions from Civil Servants' pay
following the strike, WThe records Will show that the civil servant has no
better chappion outside the CPS.A than Anthony Frederick Joseph.
As a trade unionist, .when he pledges his support- he does not withdraw
-ito .D.A.W.U.'s support for the -C*.SA. during the June 1973 strike never'
wavere4.
.The Q.,SA. .is therefree satisfied that Mr. Joseph would provide C.S.A.
General Secretary Charles Savarin with the type of support in the House
which would-enable him to represent both his Portsmouth Constituency and.
the interest of Civil Servants effectively .
(1). Mr. Joseph believes in- dialogues between employer and the union.
H2) He objects strongly to the Civil Service Act and will do all in his
power to have it rescinded.
(3) H e'ti dleves that the wholesale. restrictions on civil servants should
be lifted and that some should be allowed. to take part in local
Government and National politics.
(4) He'belieVes in the Agency Shep.
(5) There must be prior consult stion with the union on staff matters,
Jvte says. e
(6) Party stooges have no.place on P.S.C. lHe has said this several times.
(7) If Ministers attack civil servants on the public platform, civil
servants must have the right to reply. That's his position.
MEMBER HsE VOTE and Dot STRIKE ACTION is the mosatpowerful
weapon which the civil 'servant possess.
We have been. pushed around but now we have our chance: $f we don't
take itwae may never have another chance,
SUPPORT JO SEPH

( A aid Advice from. the Civil Service Association.)

oo our Readers: read caefully "PATRICK JOHM CAMPAIGNS WITH POLICE,
GUNS AND TEAR GAS" by. MAGNUS
(Pages six and e laht)


FPhre Thaeft, '-*


*-*~~~ ~ ~ ~ ir ^-_i ^ \r~i








U. -.I -III _II_ I_~ ~


STATE OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.


Schedule of Application for Certificate of Title and Notlngs
l threon and Caveats for week ending 22nd day of March 8975
SDate Requested Person Presenting Nature of request wheth
er a Certificate of Title of
Si ... No the ron or Caveat.
Re ouest dated Millie Request for the.issue
Sthe 6th day Henderson of a F:'at Certificate
t Jianuariy by her Solicitor of Title in respect of
S1975 Cinlm A.M. a 'portion of land
Presented Dupigy kaown as a lot at
the 18lh day Tete Morne, Grand
' of March Bay in the Parish of
S1975 St. Patrick in the
t, ..m. ;State of Dominica
:aainiam 7790 square feet anSt bounded as follows:-
North by land of Luke Bedminster and a Ravine separa I
Sing jt from land of Virginia Alexander; East by fan8a
o f Frnis Baron, Paul Angol and Pierre AttendorI
South by a Public Road, -West by lands of Victoria
|Thomas, G9rAbr.afi. and D.


aqutst dated' Alleyne Request for the issue
kea 19th day Thomas of a First Certificate
f February by his Solicitor of Title in respect of
975 Clma A.M. a portion of land at
resented Dupigny Woodford Hill in the
S1.7th 7 Parish of St.. Andrew
f March in the State of Dombi
975 '" nicea contininsR 5077
1 S1.35 a.m. ______ ___ square feet and bouaga
"---'----"----'- dud as follow&:-
North East by land of Leonnrd4 Francois, North West
by land of Masbie Benjamin- South East by a Public
Road; South West by land of St. George Thomas.


Reqteat dated Joseph
the 21st day Simeon $imi
of January Egbert Jol
1975 Edwardi ai
Presented Ronald Fri
18th March cis,The Cc
1975 torian Trueat
at 9.30 a.m. of the Gotp
SMi ssiaon b
their Solifitor Vanya Dupigo


Request for the issui
S of a First Certificate
S*of Title in respect of
nd a portion of land at
an La Paille in the .Vii
i. lage of Vieille Case
ee in, the Parish of St.
el Andrew in the State
y of Dominica contain-
Sing 884 square feet
and bounded as fol-
lawa:-


North Land of Clarence Brumant; South Land of James
eamen; East Land of Felde. Parltlon West Land of
PheobEs. Royer, ._____


SSoheadulo for weok ending


8th day of March 1975


IRequest dated Maurice Request for the issue
24th Jaiauary Etienne of a First Certificate
1974 jby her Solicitor of Title in respect of
6th March DupignY acre Village in the
1 75 Parish of St. Paul
1at 2.30 p.m. __ containing 438
Square feet and bounded as follows:
tNrth Land of Bright WVlams; East Land of Polin
titidoir- ,.th Lands of Polln 'sidore, Gracle Eclanne and
|Daniel Joeph; West Land of Melanie St. Louls.


Rigistrar's Office, EPHRAIM F. GEORG
Roseau. Dohinica, Registrar of Tit


lea


SiOTE:"- Any person w iio derw t obljet 0 th iIhe ulft of a&
SCerUfcat~eof title on the above applicatoronmay enter a Caveat
In the above office within six weeks from the date of the.First
; appearance of this schedule li the STAR Newspaper published
in this State or from the date when the notice prescribed by
law was Jas served on any owner or occuater of aljoiniog
land In rtspN al which the alctortas msd. "
wbih tea at' ar


an


1947-/3


For FORT LI 'tG L HOTE C001A AINY. LTO.,


K USE.


The Eyedrops which Refresh ,
I Cleanse and soothe the Eyes.



i !






















CRIANAM
RIITISH SH IERRY








SProduced and Botled in Grea Britain b'
Vine Product^ LinitecKingston-Upon-Tharn s
<^^ >^L<


*tl

si
I 1

Si]
o
1
P
of


I'~d~"~PPR"~~~"s~'~


"-I-'-


aasprrry~la~-rPI~---`~-~~-`


lYf


I


-rCI~-IC---------


--


~-~~ ----- --~~------~ --------~~~-


Page Four .


n


,Friday March 21 197


THE STAR


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
LIQUOR LICENCE
To the Magistrate Dist "E" & Commi-sioaMr
I Kf Police
W4 Fort Young Hotel Company, now residing
at Roeeau, Parish -of St. George, do hereby
. gie you notice that it is' or -iaentioon to apply
at the Magistrate's Court to be hoeld at Raoaesi
on Wednesday the and day of April'; :'w:, e.n
samig for a HOTEL LICCENCE i :,?e c; :'-
our premises at Victoria Street, Roseau, Parish
of St. George.
Dated the 5th day of March 1975.


i







'Priday, March l, 1975 H E S T A R Page Fiv .
-DOMNICA NATIOAL4 YOUTH COUNCIL, disgusted"by the brutal jounalistic
attack on a prominent woman of our community, wrote to the local 8ec.
of the International Women's Year Committee as follows on March 18:-.
"It is with deep concern and disgust wb read the front page article
of the "Educator' of Wednesday, 12th March, 1975 entitled "Danger Lady,"
a brutal attack on the personality of Mary Eugenia Charles, a prominent
woman not only ;ii ar State but' in the region and in international cir-
cles as well."'
Stating that they are not politically-motivated and that "the stan-
dard of politics in our State -needs drastically to move up from the
gutter?." The letter continues:
"In this 1975 Internaional Woman's Year, a year when, according to
the Labour Party's Manifesto, Article #2 IN WOMEN'S RIGHT, they SEEK
further to improve the conditions of women..,", we cannot imagine that a
,candidate from the party can publicly flout his manifesto and contradict
his party's policy in the space of a few days.
"Therefore, the National Youth Council. calls upon this general body,
on behalf of all women of.this State, to ask the writer of this article,
Hon. Eustace Francis: to publicly apologise to the lady concerned,
M.Eugenia Charles before March 24, 1975 and/or opt out the forthcoming
general' elections on principle, not because she belongs to any party,
but because:
(1) It belittles the dignity and morals of .ll the women of our State
and husilates the entire society whose mothers are women;
(f The personal attack was unwarranted and uncalled for;
(iii It is No politics as far as Dominica and development is concerned;
,(iv) We expect a higher code of conduct from the people who sea. to.-.'-.
represent us at national, regional and international levelsls"
Signing ?In the-spirit of youth," are
Charmaine R,Dominique and EuVilla Lewif for the N.Y.C.
PACE FACTS .. Keep Red Herrings out .f the Trac
Against.the self-expressed declaration that the Labour Shoe Party has
neglected the People for 15 years, the Shea Party embarrassed candidates
are putting out insinuations that the other election candidates may be
inclined to be easy with the tieads.
We deem this to be a wicked and malicious insinuation deliberately
fabricated by the Labour Shoe Party, for the sole purpose of pulling a red
herring along the track, and to blackail and besmear other people with
their own creation. That belated cunning manoeuvre is designed with in-
telt to create mischief and confuse the. absent-minded Electorate.
We all People of the State can well remember that it was at a Labour
Shoe Party Convention held at Castle Bruce, that the late Premier of the
State proclaimed publicly that he, the Shoe Party Premier, was the first
Black Power.. It has long been agreed and accepted by all and sundry, that
it was from this abominable egg that the Dreads were subsequently hatched
and developed. When the; Labour Party took over the Government of this
country -fifteen years ago, there were no Dreads in Dominica. It has there-
fore been the bounden duty and obligation of the Labour Shoe .Party to
clean their own mess and pass over the country as they met it. It is
nothing short of low political cunning, that any individual or Party should
attempt to Trade on the suppression of the Dreads.
We are all confident that the Dreads have outlived themselves.
A SENIOR VOTER, Northern District,
S TO PI1 L ISTEN: '(words from Vieille Case area) -", -
It appears that the ex-Premier of Dominica has resigned his post just
for the sake of canvassing.- I came to Vieille Case on Sunday 16th March
and to my great surprise I met Mr. Edward .liver LeBlanc presented on a
platform as chairman of Mr. Eden Bowers. o
(continued on page 7)






T r rp


CAN D I COMMENT S by. W.S. Stevens
Banana Rape on Eve of General Election
These notes are addressed to banana growers throughout Dominica.
Premier Patrick John and his DBGA- for the Management Committee with
Mr. Joffre Robinson at its head is the appointed tool and scourge& of the
Bananaa people's. bread and butter- John has decreed that regardless of the
rise in the G.M.P., banana. growers must accept 7,5 a: Ib -for bananas from
March-September 1975, said to be a British condition.
Before this release or decree the G.M.P* rose to 165.00 per ton
which upon calculation should bring banana growers in Dominica approximate-
ly 100 per lb.
Does "the Patrick John Govt, begrudge this for the hard-worked banana
producer although cost of living is fabulously high and banana cultiva-
tion is expensive and demands constant attention And physical strength
from prepariiF.t 6a- organised market at the boxing. plant...?
Last month Premier Patrick on his; return frorh England promised growers
at Marigot that he would appoint an inquiry into Ihe industry. This month
he and his high-handed Banana Comitteea have given the grower a deadly blow,
which stunned the poor banana farmer.
The excuse, if it can be so called, is the banana authority will bank
the extra 820 or whatever it is and use it in the interest of'the banana
industry.
The banana industry stands in need of full-scale inquiry. Growers
groan under paying over and over for fertilizer and foam pads. Every day
people ae complaining at the office in Hanover Street.-
The burden of the baana debt caused mainly by the construction of
luxurious boxing sheds when an Armour was President or Chairman of the
DBGGA wAs laid firmly and squarely on the shoulders' of the grower by Ex--'
PRenpien LeBlanc, Nobody kaows or sees these secret accounts. Salary in-
creases with car allowances are also a secret.
And' when recently a lone protest is made against what is obviously .plain'piece of nepotism in the selection of a site' of a rnew boxing shed at
Vaun'Haxll, the thing goes through even with nominees of gove r~nmnt,
We are on the eve of a 4Tial General Election, and thi.b in the
back of the banana grower with the lame excuses involving the British
Governtnent etc. (whose writings people do not see) should open the eyes of
all Dominicans if t the fight for free dom and a better economic existence
oh M ON D AY next, M AR CH 24, 1975,
DO NOT' VOTE FOR .THBE LaBOUR PARTY I
PATRICK JOHN .CAMPAIGNS WITH POLIC], GUNS, and TEAR: GAS : by MAGNUS
Premier Patrick John, described in Portsmouth as the Chef (i.e. Chief..
Cook of the Labour Party visited Portsmouth on Saturday March 15,1975 as
part of the Labour Party'e programme of giving a boost to their local party
candidates in the forthcoming General Elections.
Mr. John arrived in Portsmouth driving his own: ar with loudspeakers
blaring Calypso Rose s 'Jam dem Backt. This car was closely followed by a
number of private cars overflow ng .with uniformed police, a volkswagon
police van 'filled With police and defence force personnel '-in plain clothes,
and a police' truck .similarly loaded.
Thus equipped, Premier John and Party camr to Portsmouth to 'Jam Back'
the people of Portsmouth. The Labour Party platform was made up of medic-
ally boarded off Isaiah Thomas, Vic Riviere, Oliver, Seraphin, Eustace
Francis, Michael Douglas and. Chief Cook Patrick Johni. The master of cere-
monies was a guy from Mar igot referred to as'Super Dude, because he adopts
,a Yankee accent, broad brimmed.hat and block heels. -
After saying Yea. and Yeao the M.C. called on the speakers one by one
to address a crowd most of whom were-,raving Charles Savarin posters and ,
shouting 'No' to the Labour Shoe Party gang,. The show did go on, with each
0e rfo-rmer throwing out mepuls at Charles Savarin. (Concluded onPaRe 8)


ara ae A I ft 9 a


`Fi~~dav- M~~a~h 21, 2995;


*a.. 8 i








Fid-y. March 21. 1975 T H HE S T A:R ... e Seven
SOCIAL LEAGUE STATEMEVNT STOP! LISTEN!*.. (fr.p.5) The ex-
The Executive of the Dominica Premier addressed the peoplAs making
Social League wish to record its so many foolish statements, ht being
concern and strong objection to an. so -bold-faced, telling the people from
article which appeared in the eleven constituencies. they have made
Educator of March 12, 1975 under it. into twenty :,one constituencies;
the heading "Danger Lady." that means 21 Members and Ministers:
.-.. We must make it quite clear at for Poor Dominicans to pay, plus
the outset, that our, organization those who have resigned with their
is non-Dolitical and as such our pensions.
actions are not in any way moti- Most Dominicans have taken back and
vated-by party politics, neck for their diet because it is the
However, we feel very strongly cheapest you can get, but I!n sorry
that certain statements made in they soon will not be.able to afford
that article are illogical and it; yet when you look around to see
definitely at variance with all the men who are following LeBlanc
that we are trying to achieve dur- they are only those who can't see
ing this International Women's their names on a piece of paper, so
Year. he believes everyone listening are.
Our programme is .aimed at the same. A man who has muzzled
creating among our people an aware- the mouths of most people, now there
ness of the importance of women in is going to be a change, he is now
overall development; helping the, confessing in public, hia.party is not
women to discover themselves; de- that kind of party when people don't -
velop their capabilities and use it vote for them the-j have any. kind of
for the common good and upholding disregard towards voters, but Will
the dignity of womanhood. always cheer and cherish you' Be-
As such we feel that we cannot sides, the man went on to describe
remain silent when. we see woman- the Freedomites faces how they
hood being measured by child-bear- look like hangmen, and the Labourites
ing ability and appearance- faces are bright and shining, but he
(Sgd.) OLIVETTE PATRICE (Mrs.) forgot to say "I never once represent-
Secretary, Social League Board. ed you all" that I would share y6ur
---burdens with Tou.
STILL FILTHY & FOUL no.change Today this -uttle man is presenting
Sto the people Mr. Eden Bowers to be
---.Although every decent-minded a man worthwhile to vote for: "a naive
man and woman in Dominica expected of your own constituency", but five
at least an apology to be printed years aback Mr. Rupert Sorhaindo was
in the Educator this week, asking a stranger,. Eden Bowers is the son
Miss Eugenia Charles and indeed the of a woman of Vieille Case; Rupert
womanhood of the St ate to pardon Sorhaindo is the son of a woman of
his crude utterances of the previous Vieille Case, so was Rupert Sorhaindo
issue, all the Editob has done is to a stranger? "Eden is a native," hear
repeat his lying statements in .. his statement, "l'm putting Mr.Bowers
attempt to justify them; and moreover in my stead for 5 years and the next
the Political Leader of the Party 5 years I'm coming back to my seatss'
who contributes a message stands We want LeBlanc to understand
alongside the perpetrator of the plainly, he can go around speaking all
wicked smears -by keeping a sinister the bullsheet he wants, but our eyes
silence on ihe subject, are opened. We have seen the light;
We are: proud of the number of if LeBlane'a Shoe Party should get
letters and phone calls we have had back into power it's only by bobols
from indignant citizens on this as they intend making, but not by
score, and wish we could print them votes. No. Ne No.,
all; in particular we like the way .A-YOUNG VOTER, Vieille Case
in which-youth and women's societies A-YOUG Vieille
have risen to the defence, and EFREEDOM OF THE PRESS
young man's summary of the ,qualities On March 17,1975 the Inter-American
of the candidate under attack (see Press Association met to debate
right.hand, page "two). The Red.Her- Freedom of the Press. In Dominica,it
ring of the Dread-s is exposed on our is still threatened by the Seditious
page' five. P.S.A. Act & GOVt.withdrawaLoT advertising.







SBT*~ iSP*+ OR S Morchristoa PA'TRICK JO1SN CAMPAIGNS- WI T POLICE,GUNS
GRTC~:T BARBADOS TAKES LEAD -AND EAR GAS by MAGIJS '.(from p. 6)
L.,i Lhell Shield matches which When Chief Cook Patrick John (the last
started'lalt weekend, Barbados took performer) go on stage he was so worked
the, lead in their 'bid to retain the up that he. knocked the microphone over
championship which they .won last and yearly fell himself. When Patrick
year when they. convincingly defeated left the stage, Super Dude unceremonious-
Trinidad by 135,runs in .Tiliidad. ly brought the-curtain down on the after-
Scores in that match were u 'Baiba- noorits performance.
dos 229 & 186/3 deci, Nolan Clarke The people were annoyed as they were
88 n.o and Collis Kis. 58 n.o., T- anxiously awaiting an opportunity to ques-
nida ..122 & 3Bo 4 tion -he Labour Partyenterainrs. Why
S4/2oyhad they come? Why, were they so afraid of
At Queen's Park in St,Georges Savarip? .What did Patrick John mean by
Grenada, the Combined W.indward and "'We will take all those large estates and
Leeward Islandsa under the captaincy ,give them to the 1,andlessa ? Why didn't
of Michaell Findlay gained first in- they TAKE the landthey wanted at .Sugar
ning i pointsin their drawn match 'Loaf to build the police station? Were
against Guyana. r The Combined Is- there Drecas in Dominica in 1961 when. the
plans ,batted first andsc~r, d 272 Labour Party first came to power? Who said
runs, of which Vivian Rjch.ards Of ,.I was .the first Black Power man in Domin-
Antigua, frdsh from the -.';t Indies ica1? Who encouraged young people to dis-
tour of Ind.ia,- Pakistan and Sri La.nElsrespect authority? Who.in effect allwdd
got his first century in Shell Shield the Dread situation to get out of hand?
cricket (112) and 19-yea.o-old Lock- Who was the leader of 'the 'Mars Gang' ?
hart Sebastian (Dominic.a) 64. Cameon Arid above all,:what was all that Police,
got 7/91. and .Matthew 3/62. gun and teargas business about? All
Guyana replied stroigly with 2601 these and many. more. questions were to be
after being 6/134 a nd Giiwe Lloyd asked, but the-Labour Party-Shoe ,Troupe
(capt iT suffering with a:hairline did not stay to answer any questions.
fracture to a finger, However, LloyA They had come to 'Jam us Back' and one
66, Gollymore 26 and Matthew 23 saw member of the police force actually tried
Guya.a to 260 when they lost their to,'provoke an incident by accusing an ir-
last 3 wickets R-. Fredericks 41 & nocent bystander of pulling his shirt. he
A.Kalicharan 30 A.Roberts 4/601 police got out of the Jeep and advanced on-
Corriette 3/61 and Willet 2j56,' the boy. .he crowd gathered- round the .
Confined. Is. declared their. 2nd other police and special constables began
innings closed at 302 for 8, LSebaB-moving in, but'a sober member of the Police
tian 86, VRichardas 59, VEddy51 n.o. toQk the policeman awayi
and A. Corriette '51, Matthew 2/77 & And so the armed Labour Party convoy
Gibbsa 2/76, At the close, Guyana left for Cottage.
were 118/2, Fredericks 71 and A. -Pa-trick smells a defeat and go he wants
Kallicharan 53 noo. war. HE DOES NOT KNOW PORTSMO~CT.-Magnus.
OOITBAL In the.- Winsor Park Off
F action: 14A UTITINEf by ( rathia .,Watt


teams in each group will qualify for shouted. You don' t seee.we wearing green and
white? Of course Genelia and me marching
date Potters with 5 straight wwins ith the ome inan hour'eB time.., we:
wiwinnih tthe wome i an house time. we
.andrugglers -i wruwis have aren't takinuinsults thrown on our. sex
qualified, in group "B"" Potters just like that Shaking herself like a

young *"ISharpi-6e1 (Cecil lwlra'n), scored
12 of his I he-a isegoals oi his way scor change out of her drab skirt and blouse''
1in of hi.the teamrophy fo goals onhis wa. with the parting shot: "thinking they can
put in social security and pass aliens.'law
In gru "A" all th teams still when they don't event have a Guvment it's
have m.atches to be pl.ayed. However,
Cel-KeL,. Upper Goodwill; D.G. ad only caretakers they .are -until Monday!l.
Cel_-Kens.a,. Upper Goodw~l. i DG. 3- and_.....
Merr -Go-Round -are -the teams to look -NEXT WEEK: We shall publish te-. full
out for. text of Kelvin Francisearticle,a bas Word!
Printed and Published by the Proprietor E.E.Allfrey of Copthall Mill House
S.. at 26 Bath Road., Roseau, Dominica, West Indies.


Page Eight


TH E, S TAR


Friday, March 21,1975 ..






Supemn a. TH STA Frda,2s March, 1975l--Up


LITTLE MAN LIMTE MIND
The leader of the Labour Party has (I
understand) promised that if we vote Shoe
Party he will get us an Oil Refinery, and
this will mean 4,000 jobs for Dominicans.
I do not know how the Premier arrived at 1
this figure, but I am inclined to thiAkwe
must swallow it with a couple grainsafsalt
Shell Curacoa is the 4th or 5th lanpst
refinery in the world; including wharves,
piers & tank parks, but excluding living
quarters for staff and workers, it is lar-
ger than New Town, Roseau and Goodwill
combined, yet it intends employing only
half that number. Of course, it all de-
pends on what the Premier means or under-
stands by an Oil Refinery. We can only
hope that this is not another case or
worse of Sunday Island or Val Halla.
One of our ex-Premier's favourite
themes is that his Govt. gave us roads,
schools and many other things. What are
the facts? On Schools, simply this: Cana-
dian and British taxpayers' money; for
roads and practically everything else,
British taxpayers'money. A few exampless-
U.K.Grant-West Coast Road $271,000
U.K.Grant Picard Glanvillia Rd 120,000
Brit.Dev.Div.Calibishie School. 60,000
D/ca Grammar 64,000
British Overseas Development -
Extension Prin.Mgt. HospA$6000 ,000
Brit.Govt. Grant 6,portable)
trailer pumps) 178 ,000
U.K. Grant Rural Electrifi-)
cation ) 344, 000
OXFAM towards Health Cents 48, 000

Space does not permit me to give a
full list of the aid that the British
Government has given us, but at least
you now know who gave us Schools, Roads,
Clinics etc., and whom we should be
thankful to. Bear this in mind
NOW: can you believe the following?
The Labour shoe Party claim that their
political interest is in promoting the
welfare of the poor and underprivileged
in our society e.g. the 'little people'
(Concluded next column)
TO CONTRIBUTORS: Please have the courage
to sign your names for printing. Ed.


IS SUCCESS NOW A BAD WORIL ?
A long and intelligent article on this
subject cannot be printed in full here.
We can only quote. "The recent attempt
by the Educator and other Labour sources
fat the degradation of the Roseau Central
candidate (M.E.Charles)during the forth-
coming:.election, is a perfect example of
what could be 'Success Now a Bad Word'.
The editor of the Educator has stooped
below the level of the worms in his am-
bition to defeat a woman candidate and to
besmirch a woman who is much above his
head. He has shown that in his greed for
power he will stop at nothing. Should such
a man gain a seat at the pells, heaven
knows with what connivance (in view of
what is said to have taken place during
the last election) would he not certainly
be another discredit to the word success?
Success can only be worth as much as the
man who carries the attribute, and the
mean successful man, having trodden on so
many to reqch his goal, faces the embar-
rassment of "what can I give to others who
myself have nothing at all?"
Those.responsible for bestowing success
on candidates should be sober & selective
BUT if you consider their salaries and
perks, note that the leaders of the Shoe
Party, the NEW BOURGEOIS, are doing very
well indeed for themselves: their enter-
tainment allowance ($300 a month Whisky
money) alone is more than any underprivi-
leged or poor can earn to feed a family.
Is the recent increase of consumption duties
even on essential commodities in the in-
terest of the real little man?
Sad, but trues people are very forget-
ful and easily fooled. Imagine the
Labour Party has been in powep for over
15 years; they demand another 5 years to
implement policies that should have been
implemented 5-10 years ago. It's fantastic,
it's immoral, and taking advantage of the
gullibility of the truly little people -
the poor and underprivileged in our midst.
MTAMPAYER, Loubiere.
WE REGRET that the author of the above
article, like the author of "Fame Facts"
did not sign his name for publication.


Supplement i.'


Tf THE STAR


Friday,21st March, 1975






SupPleMaet (ii THE E
UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES
St. Augustine
ApplicaOins are invited for the following pot98
at the University of the West Indies, St Augts-
fie, Trinidad.
1. Professor of Crop Science
.. Senior Lecturetur cturer in Agricultu.-
rIl Extension
3. Professor/Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in
Accounting in the Dept. of Matnage-
ment Studies
4, Temporary post of LecturerAast Lec-
turer in Dept. of Physics
Research Fellow/Junior Research Fel-
low in Psychology in the School of Ed-
ucsa.on
Farnher particuIars obtainabie from the Reui.
dent Tutor's Ofice:
,P.O.I Bo- 8,
S'' 'toseau& '-
F!----- 1-Jil
y g- -aa^ ^'B w ^ tKaZati .uM< ^111 J ir


Akpliona 6s are invited for the following posts
at the Umiversity of the West Indies, Cave
Hill Campus, Barbados for In-Service Educa~
Sdon Diploma Programme.
r. Lecturer in Education
a. Lecturer in teaching of modern lan-
guages (Speaish & French)
3. Lecturer in the teaching of Science
4. For Law- two leIurers
FSurher particulars obtainable from the Redi-
dent Tutor's Offce:


P.O. Box 8a,
Roseau.


~i?~~


:i- ~~----~~---- ~ ---~~~ ------
iAMETR/, 0RD
FEMALE TONIC
RELIEVES PAINFUL
I MENSTRUATION


APPLICATION FbR" LIQUOR LICENCE
To" the Magisrate Dist.. "G" & Chief of Police
I, Harald Valmond, now residing at Bataca
'Porish of St. David do hereby give you notice
that it is my intention to apply at. the Magia-
trate s Court to be held Merigot on Wednes-
day, the 2nd day of April 1975, ensuing for a
TAVERN LIQUOR LICENCE in respect
of my premises at Bataca Parish of St. David.


IA. 41.


Dated thes oth day of March x975,
Ha~ald Valmond


~PCiC TION FOR LIQUOR LICENCE
To the Magistrate Dists "F" and Chief of Police
I, Ferdie Jacob now residing at Castle Buce
Parish of St. David do hereby give you notce
that it is my inienntio to apply a the Magia-
trate's Court to be held at Ca ste Bruce on Fri-
day the i h day of April 1975 ensuing for a
.r A i r"ir<' t o 1f


1AVERKN r LCUCa JL L.i_ Ur-ni.j rep j
my premises at Castle Bruce Parish of S St
David,
Dated the ?7th of March 1975~
Ferdie Jacob, __ -1L.

N o'r ii C E
NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
that application for a grant of Probate
has been made of the will dared the
25th day of October, 1972 of Allreda
Bedminster also known as Alfreda Bern-
dermister and Stephanie Bedminster of
Grand Bay in the Parish of St. Patrick
who died on the eand day of lMay,
1973 by EDWARD THOMAS of the
same place the same executor named in
the Will and unless cavest is lodged
within twenty-eight days from the date
of this advertisement with the Registra
of the High Court through whom the
application has been made, Probate in
respect of the said application will be
granted accordingly.
Dated this i8th day of March 1975.
EPHRAIM F. GEORGES, REGiSTRAR,
S HtiGH COURT OF JUSTICEDO MN!CA.


THE DOMINICA COMMUNITY HIGH
SCHOOL invites you to a Tea-Party on
Wedt4a.day 26th March at 4.30 p.m. on tho
Grammar School Grounds.


r~-r~rr-rr ~-uwruri--lrl~-~rplrrrr~unrrrrrr~umra
~ ~rri~u*aCrr~r~Hlcaracruu;~Auus.~-~i~lur,


~III~C--YI-


Friday Marcb 21 1973


STAR


czii: 0