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T4: ClooalL 89-2 Editor PHYuIS StHAN ALLFREY Sayano h
Vol.VII, No. 9 Saturday, September 28, 1968 Ten Cents
R.JAM CALLS CITIZENS 'POTICAL BANDIT'
S CONFUSION OVM HOIS&SADJOUdmH.21NT
The House of Assemblly was adj-
ourned by the Speaker in some
confusion last Wednesday when
BHon.S.B.HIenry insisted on his
I a parliamentary right to move a
J. 'resolution for the repeal of
the trouble-causing Seditious
l." Act. He remained on his feet
despite Speaker's orders but
was not blamedd' by a Minister
for suspension,as threatened.
Earlier, ilon.Mlrs. M. James called the large
gathering of respectable citizens who came
into the iouse on July 5 in protest against
the pausing of the Act "a bunch of political
bandits who came in here and desecrated this
honourable house This was after Mr.llenry
had moved that the minutes were incomplete,
befoctus no mrintion was made "that Ministers
of Governmont engaged themselves in contin-
uous debate with strangers with the permis-
sion of tieo Speaker. lie was ruled out of
order. (Incidontally, the word bandit means
'one who robs with violence ). Standing:.
Ord rs preclude adjournment sine die unless
all bu-inej1 s on the order paper is concluded,
(uatd rLore about it on page 3)
S-- l .
His dark shades say: The Carib Chief
"We want Freedom" comes in to join
Strongly escorted by Police, Some -
2,500 delegates and well-wishers
from all over Dominica marched from
Goodwill to Premier lfeBlanc's office
at 10 a.m. on Monday. They requested
the repeal of the Seditious & Undes-
irablo publications s Act.A deputation
including two Opposition Legislators,
an iEditor, a Watorfront Worker, a
rural representative. Christopher Lo-
black wearing his medal of merit and
the Chief of the Caribs. 3,250
signatures were delivered to the
Premier. (ReJort contd. page 3)
C rossq 4 '
Head of the procession: Loblack,
% Moise, Henry,the Chief,,1rs.Allfroy
NEW5 ON BAC1< PA^
Paros Two THE STAR Suray Septombr 28,1968
TO TALK OF MANY THINGS By Androcles
The Nigerian civil war is one of the saddest, events of our tine. M-fy own
synpathies-are entirely with Biafra, foe I an firinly of opinion that any te-
rritory has the right to. slf-determination and that no other power has the&.
moral right to hold any considerable number of people in any kind of federa-
tion against their will. Most of the wars of rocont tines have been fought
to establish this very principle of self-dctormination.
In the Biafran war, 'all military. apsistance has boon given to the Federal.
Government. Andl- strange enough, the principal suppliers have been those improb-
able conbinatio'.of Great-Britain and the Soviet Union; the former no doubt
wishing to maintain the territorial integrity of the Nigotia of its making;
tho latter, as usual, fishing in troubled waters. No one, however, has the
right to believe that the territorial creation of Nigeria brought about by
Groat Britain at the height of its colonialist activities has any God-givon
pornanence not challengeable by the millionss of that area known historically
as Biafra. To the credit of France, be it said that it has in a small way
tried to even out matters by supplying arns to Biafra even. while the other two
Great Powers have provided the Foderal authorities with arms. on a large scale,
Had the Biafrans boon supplied arms on a similar soale, I have no doub- that
they would have boon able successfully to defend thdo'Alves. As it is, with
the odds so much against thonm the Biafrans have given a superb account of
thiisalvos. One reason for their tenacity of purpose is the fact that the Fed-
oeal authorities are undoubtedly practising' against Diafra a forn of genocide
in their desiro to keep that territory under its control. It is known that
Biafra contains the bulk of the nincral resources of the erstwhile Federation
and this explains the detor:ination of the Fedoral authorities to hold on to
Biafra at all costs.
A Qivil war is always a sad spectacle, but the moro fact of its exig.tpaco
indicates that the secessionist side is not happy in its association with thb
rest of the federal'territory. Since the days, of the Ancrican Civil War thoro
has' boon much now thinking on those justice and desirability of holding large..
areas in a federation against the will of these people and I believe the irod-
orn view is that it is wrong to enforce the creation of a federation or the
maintenance of an existing one in stch circumstances.
I believe that theor is much Binfran blood in the veins of Dominicans and
other Wost Indians. There is also much of the blood of those other tribes
which now make up the ronaining part of VNigeria, but I 'hili.c that Biafra
provided a larger proportion of the slaves who 6anao to the ITest Indies and
historical nanes like Bonin, Bonny, QLd Galabar, figure prominently in the
history, of the Atlantic slave trade.
When the new school year opened. parents wore astounded at the change in
school hours in someno at least, of the secondary schools. 'To account seems to
have been taken of the convenience of the hones front which -;he pupils. .comnoe,
TEius school starts much o:arlior and ends before J o'clock. l.But today's- parents
arem mostly working poopT0 who do not leave work before 4 o clock. Hence pup-,
Sil a4e unsupervised for a longer period -- the time between: school dismissal
'and tho rethun of parents. Another unhappy feature is that in the case of
hbmos outside of Roseau ('eodwill and the villaigbs) the children cannot even
got to then bu, have over an hou, to tranp all over the town while waiting for
their parents or the country buses which also cator for taking the workers
home after 4 o'clock.
It would be interesting to kvow in whose interest this knschedulod change
was made and why thort was no prior discussion with those ?rinari)ly concerned.
Until the benefits of the change can be more cpnvincingly 'nhown, it sones that
0yovea1siob to the fornmr 'hours should take place.. The now ours do net soon to
rako sense -- certainly., not convenience, .
kunt on -v
Saudy Setme 8hR98Ti ~ ~ rg he
Q U E. & N and CUMMONWEALTHI
'11er Majesty has entered her 8-year--old son
l'rince Andrew as a boarder in a private
school for 80 boys between.8-13, at Ascot
near London. ************^*'******
iBiATTLE OF BRITAIN: a tremendously realis--
'tic film will shortly be shown globally on
the events of 28 years ago. Old Messersch-
miidts and Spitfires have been revived for
action, and' warehouses burned down in the
,East ind for certain scenes, others being,
Historic documentary. ******************
SOM.ONWdALTII ,C Ci[RLA. .SIP,3: applications
are being invited by the public service
Commission, for :).K. awards. education Div-
'ision of Ministry/dlucation has details.
ZiIGRANTS: Sir Learic Constantine spoke out
against a. Tory proposal for 'probation
toriod' for imiigraints. lie said: "A lot of
coloured men have sacrificed tneir lives
in the British cause..." (London) A****
TI'oI)DAD received sympathy from abroad for
loss of life & property damage sustained
in the recent earthquake. The Gov.Gen's
house was damaged, so Hochoys left it, *
ST.LUCIA expects 110 calls from tourist
siips the coming winter compared with 34
list season. JAMA10A baxanas had a ris5
in UK price from ,80 to 85 per ton. *
P.AR ASSOCIATION: The Conmmonwealtit Carib-
boan Bar Assoc. set up to improve the'
are's administration of justice will hold
its ;st council meetinfl in Trinidad,Nov.
CANkDDA: Premier Daniel Johnsoi.,53, of-
Puebec died o0; V;'eds, (of a heart ZttacLk.*
IAPA: the text of Goverrnm.ent's rely to
the Inter America.:n Pres.-3 Association's
critical cable to the Governor is 1,170
words long: we wish to print it in full,
as all our rea.dcrs ai.lt study the argu-
ment in it: no -pace h:,re- .so next week.
Yr. Johu Akar, 4.0c. o .~
Secretariat, ou L .l.].toir,
sp;-.nt 2 days hcro. lie jac,
be,fri(endod onir 11:61.i (P1.1CC,
rJ; emlove(1 at BIT. and -;
10 yfar 1/castiijg Dircc`,.,r
cozier, [lere for one dlay- 0
iotl~ervioer applicants for
po ';ts ill tarib. legion~Ll :k~c-
rt, -Lar~iat, b be ii.g Soec. G,i .
4J TJ~.I LVEit g.~iR71
C~cici I ol lot y1LI!,,ad
tic--ri fic 32nld-offT from 1:1 s
()rchcstra after 26 ya.6
a ~IIV; sl ~e iss tM'~utos..
UNOBTAPAIAB L E
rOA L LY
Suc" EXCELLENT CHEaE,,.I
3?CS-. GRP ka%10,)UV
THE BIG MARCH (fr.p.1I
All Ministers & the Mayor of Roseau were
present when Mr. Moiso delivered the sheets.
The Premier dismissed the deputation soon,
to answer "certain statements made in the
street outside" from a loudspeaker rigged
up beforehand on the balcony. lie spoke then
complimenting Miss Eigenia. Charles, a chief
organiser of the Freedom Front, on the ord-
erly march and her address" then declared
his Govt. was elected for two more years to
rule, "and in 2 years you will have a chance
to let us go" applause. Miss Charles re-
plied that the public was grateful for the
promise of a free election. On Sunday
night a lrge grave crowd in O.Mary St.
heard 5 speakers chaired by Mrs. Allfrey
describe the harmful clauses of the Act
which IA'A had criticised. Elkin Henry said
Govt. had asked hin to delete words'from his
resolution on the Act and when he refused
they deleted it from the ag:oenda. ********
THE EOUSS ADJOURND) iN CONFUSION (fr. p.1)
Moreover, the Speaker cannot adjourn the
House without a motion from the floor,
although he can suspend a sitting. During
this controversial termination the Premier
wfs not visible:he had left-after putting
through two tables of supplementary approp-
riations amounting to $563,665 (provision
in the estimattes being insufficient)! and
5 Acts Roseau Town Council (Validation of
Register of Voters) 1968; a Trade Act re-
funding duty charged to vessels sailing out
of the State (on fuel); Supp.Anprop.1967;
Firo brigade Amendment whereby the Chief of
Police relinquishes the post of Chief Fire
Officer to a Brigade M-mber; and a Fugitive
Offenders act based on the British model,
providing for return of offenders to their
home bases. N9XT W=E: Conmments & questions,
SaturclIN, Seji~tomberg 28th 1968
Paze Four TIE STAR S turdvSepteombe 28L1968
AJTDROCLES (Continued from Page 2) I greatly enjoyed the historical t4lk given
by the Parish Priest of Pointe Michel at the High Hass on the feast day of Our
Lady of La Salctto on the origin of this devoti n 'in Doeinic.* A historical
talk on any aspect of our affairs is always intor6sting : when it is given by
the local expert on the subject, Father Proesmans, it is doubly so.
This feast is trithout any doubt the most popular of all in Doninica,
Every September 19th you will find large numbers of iporsons from every single
parish of Dominimca-taking part in the celebrations at Pointe Michol. And this
has boon so for generations.
However, as Fr. Proosnms explained, the reason for the historical talk this
year instead of the-usual homily was to prepare the people of Dominica for the
centenary of this celebration at Pointe Michel which will occur in 1970.
I was particularly intrigued by one of the proposals made, Father Proosnans
pointed out that in many countries there is a National Shrine whither the na-
tion resorts in prayer at tines of national calamity and Qn occasions of 'aa
tional rejoicing. The designation of one place abovo others as a National
Shrine requires the approval and consent of the civil authorities. To my =ind
there i4 no place in DOcinica more clearly indicated as a National Shrine than
the shrine of Our Lady of La Salette, hallowed by close on a hundred years'by
the devotion of the foroboars of the majority of Do-xiniceans. Ij therefore,
strongly support the suggestion and hope that early stops will be taken to
include it in the contonnial celebrations in 1970.
If anyone harbourod any lingering reservations againstt the impropriety of
the Seditious and Undesirable Publications Act, 1968, 'this residue. of doubt
uitst have been dispollod by the telegram dated 2nd August sent to the Govoernor
of 'Dominica by the Inter American Press Association and the text of which was
carried by last week's pcpors.-.
Government, of course, made quite a secret of the receipt; of this not Vory
laudatory telegroI1 but the text was later made avLilablo to the locql papers
by the senders. ...
The interesting thing, about the telegram is that it highlights the'eYory
points that this column made in its series of com.ricntaries on the law,$ as also
did the Freedom Fighters make in their expltmation of it to the people of
The telegram contains this striking sentence N: '106 find this Act shockingly
contrary to the letter and spirit of press freedomm.. it strikes a blow to
froodon of thought and o-xpression and goes far'boeyond the normal sedition and
libol laws that democratic countries recognisq.."
Was it necessary to have brought such unwholesono promi.'on-ce upon Doninica?
1What can the Governnont now say in defence? And what can ibs most ardent
upp'ortcrs urge in oxtonuation of such abuse of poorr"
SPRINGFIELD PLANTATION HOUSE A N OU U IU C E ,E N T
Closed on Wookonds THE DOMITIC COOPERATIVE BANK LTD.
will pay interost at 4 per cent per
We regret to inform our l-oyal annu on Sayings accountss fron 5,0O
upwards oa quaytoaly balance front
customers that as of today Spring- upar o to b ce from
est October 1968.
field is open Sunday through Saturday
lor overnight Zyjgs onl 7
JNO B, CHARLES
R MHil.ican lianaging Director.
571 -1/1 MANAGER. 2/2-359
Saturday,, September 28, 1968
TANZANIA and the CZECHS i
From the REPORTER, Nairobi: W
It must have been a new exper- c
ience for Russian diplomats in Dar t
es Salaam to face a seething col- B
umn of demonstrating Tanzanians i
flaunting hastily improvised slo- c
gans such as: 'To hell with Russ- i
ian fascists'. s
The rape of Czechoslovakia c
sparked. off a massive TANU-Youth I
demonstration which gave point to
the fact that the 'Nationalist'
leading article rapping Communist- W
block interference meant what it
Tanzania was very angry indeed ,
with the Soviet Union. Riot po-
lice on duty to avert any accidents
found themselves scuffling through
masses of torn-up Soviet propaganda
shredded to pieces by the chanting
Main disillusionment, of course,
was the bitter realisation that
major Communist-bloc countries
'could be just as guilty of colon-
ialism and imperialism as the much-*
criticised West. To the man-in-
the-street it was a bitter example
of the utter cynicism of power
SMITH IN DEEP WATER (from P.Six)
But is it as bad as all that? As
a person and as a politician, Smith
has cften been portrayed as the
best of a bad lot. If the bad lot
takes itself off now, the Rhodes-
ian Pront will be a smaller party,
but :t will also be a much better
IL will be able to have the
courige- of its own slightly more
mocldeate convictions, and it may
have a place in a process of Par-
liamentary development towards
majority rule. SWISS PRESS REVIEW
rust and confidence' in the loyalty, i
integrity hnd ability of Our Trusty and
oll-Beloved Dosnond Arthur McNanara,,
>fficcr of those Most Excellent Order of
he British Empioa] of Lincoln's Inn,.
-arristor-at-Law, resident at at Castris
.n the State of Saint Lucia, of Our
special grace, certain knowledge! and
lor6 notion have thought fit to con-
titute and appoint and by those Pros-
nts do constitute and appoint the said
esmond Arthur McNTanara, Officer of the
lost Excellent Order of the British
Empire to be One of Our Counsel for, Our
Tindward Islands and Leeward Islands
conprising the States of'Grenada', St..
Lucia, Doi-inica Antigua, St.Kitts-'
Nevis-Aiguilla, and the Colonies of St.
vincent and Hontserrat and the Depen-
dencies thereof to hold and enjoy
within Our said States. and Colonies 'all
and singular the RIGHTS, ALLOWAITCES,,
PRIVILEGES and PRE-EltIENCES to the
said appointnont belonging or
appertaining in as full and aruple a.
.iannor as any ouzht to have held or
enjoyed the sane, and also the Liberty
of sitting and practising within the
Bars of Our said States and Colonies as
any of Our Counsel learned in the Law
do ought or nay.
AIMD I.E DO IEREBY DIRECT and ENJOIN
that these Our Letters Patent be pub-
lished within Our Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands and be duly recorded in
the Offices of the respective Governors
and Administrators of Our said States
AND to the said ends aforesaid, We
have caused those Our Letters Patent to
be scaled with the Public Seal of Our
State of Saint Lucia,
WITNESS Our Trusty and Well-Belcvod
His Exoellency Sir Fred6riok
Clarke,, Knight Bachelor,.
Knight of St.John,, Governor
of Saint Lucia this 19th day
of August in the year, of Our
Lord One Thousand nine hundred
and sixty-oight and ini the
17th year of our Reign.
(Si.gned) Frodorick. Clarko GOVERNOR BY COMMAND
ELIZ2BETH THE SECOND, BY THE GiRACE OF (Signed) (E, GRIST)
GOD of the United. Kingdon of Great Brit- Actingn. So.cretary to the Cabinot
ain and ITortherr Irnoland and'of Her' File- No: 8/33/3,5
othor Roalns anc Torritories, QUEEN, Date: 17th Septonbor 1968
Hetad of the Cor.onwoath, Defender of G..109-.37.11 .....
th! Faith. U ,
TO all whom those presents shall come Please sendyour. alZdvrtiserents and
G R E E T I N 0 : notices in b;Y a-idday Wednesday,
KNOW YE that 1, reposing especial publication not otherwise certain.
Pages Six THE STAR Saturda.y, .Sep~tenfb~er 2S, 19~
Book Review: THE POWER HOUSE
(at your public library)
Almost all the characters in this
book, not excepting the heroic ones,
are rather nasty people. Those who
think politics is a dirty game will
find their opinion confirmed. The
narrative begins slowly, but bright-
ens and heightens towards a final
climax. Easy it is to see that this
novel was written by a Conservative
and that the Prime Minister is a
thinly disguised version of a pre*
sent-day British Labour personality.
What is interesting is the dist-
aste with which Security Executives
regard the Prime Minister's manoev-
res; and how, when the P.R. betrays,
a personal friend who helped him to
power, the Security Branch steps in
to save the man. The book shows up
the evils of organised gambling too,
but we consider its weak part the
description of Victor Demuth and his
fate (having a clue as to the proto-
Haggard writes like this of the
Po.M.: "A scandal could be fatal,
not perhaps to the party which might
very well survive it against an Opp-
osition so unconvincing, but fatal
to Harry Fletcher. His sensitive
antennae had been waving in the po-
litical winds. He had enemies and
realized it, for he'd put on a show,
a one-man band, and there were coll-
eagues who resented it...."
This is a tale of perfidy and of
a man who put simple friendship ab-
ove loyalty to a Prime Minister.
It is interesting enough to dip in-
to anyhow' ...
'POSTING UP OF PRELIMINARY LIST
'ALL GUYANESE NATIONALS residing
in the State of Dominica are here-
by informed that the Preliminary
list of Electors residing out of
GUYANA (with the exception of the
British Isles, United States of
America & Canada) is posted up on
the Dominica Trade Union Building
Forms for claims to entry in the
Preliminary list as well as forms *
Sfor notice of objections to any
entry in the iPreliminary list can
.be obtained from me.
365-2/2 GUYANA REGISTRATION AGENT
SI..ITH IN DEEP WATER----
What do Smith of Rhodesia and Wil-
son of England have in common? Not
much, certainly. But one. thing is
that since they came to office both
of them have been doing a quite re-
markable job in holding together in
one party groups with entirely diff-
erent views on the main political
points at issue.
It has always seemed, of course,
that Wilson would come unstuck first;
and indeed he is going to have a
rough go of it again at the approa-
ching Labour Party Conference. But
so far he has stuck it out against
all hazards, and at present there
are signs that his popularity is
For Smith, things have been diff -
erent. He has had the advantage
of what some white Rhodesians des-
cribe as a Dunkirk spirit the sort
of advantage that Churchill had dur-
ing.the Second World War when many
Englishmen who hated his political
ideas suppressed criticism because
it would have been unpatriotic. For
Churchill of course, this only last-
ed. the duration of the war; imm-
ediately afterwards he was thrown
out of office.
Something like this may now be
happening for Smith in Rhodesia.
The emergency which resulted from
UDI has now lasted too long for
people to suppress their criticism.
There have been rumours of crises
in the ruling Rhodes-en Front be-
fore; but until now the fervour of
independence has been enough to keep
opposing factions together.
But those opposing actions are
really very far apart they ex-
tend, in fact, from people who would
accept multi-racial development
provided it were very slow to out
and out supporters of apartheid.
These are greater distinctions than
anything Wilsonmhas to cope with in
the British Labour Party.
Recently the Rhodesian National
Party has been founded, and there
has been a slow but i;nareasing drift
towards this by members of Smith's
Rhodesian Front. Two .leading Cab-
inet ministers have resiiged,
There could be election. defeats in
the offing. The creat:.'on of the
Centre Party seems to reflect more
erosion on Smith's left;. Politic-
ally, he is to be pitid at the
moment. (Con'd on paEe7 )
Saturday, .*Septenmber 2a, 19,
SaturdaytSeptember 28, 1968 THE STAR Page Seven
ON THE LIGHTER' SIDE OF THINGS ... Jerries plus "Jomiifer Titre arc too x-
'by RoLmol tra for the soul label. Woo, you could
*Whon the groups filled the nenu' crd-d..sense the psych6dolia. Enotionalisinga
The curtains moved apart and at once nerve-wriggling, goose-flosh-forming
a druz set sparkled "brilliantly...an made the Jorries. Yes, 'H brand now
organ stood there staring at the aud- group with. a brand new notion. My good-
ionce...,a Rolling Stone onulator ness, tho Jerries were off the stage and
counted four*..and "Los Cabarellos"'was the heat was still warming the audience
alive with "All ny loving". Indeed, as they clapped joyfully .to "Hold on-,,
the silver touch of lead-guitarist I'n comingg"
Eddie Hinds put the nusic in its right- **.Looked like everything was gonna
ful tenpo to start off last Sunday's turn out neow that night when the Tri-
talont program at St. Gorard's* dents pounded out with three well-
After a long recess front the stage, received hits, Keep it up boys cause
the Mighty Springer gave splendid Doninicd would hate to lose your-talent.
porfornance with his favourite, "Father **.Oh,, ooh Soul Fever was roasting
Springer." He was followed by Lord everyone once intermission tine was
Racco who, using his acquired knowledge,taken. Who else but the Hunanes
nmiced his words so beautifully that nanyintroduced it#,.and ny goodness did it
people thought that the youngster had spread like the dengue. 'Real epidenic'
savQd his versatility for that partic- nanJ Whoops Julio Martin,. Gus Larocque,,
ular night. To no, Racco ranks as' Curtis Henry, ?itz Wills and So0l broth-
Do"inica's leading calyps6nian and, or nunbor one Phil Horsford filled St.
inded,.,one of the loading ones in the Gorard's with their heart-warning
Caribbean today rlhythn.
Later on Miss Jenivetto Collins hit ...New again was Dice and the Twil-
tho stage and silenced her audience. rights with their country and .western
he sang beautifully and received a well-music. What amused me about the group
earned round of applause for the tune was the way Dice appeared. With a cow-
."Cone by hero." boy suit and that favourite old cowboy
....Hold it. Ah, ah, hold it the bounce, voice, srwleod hionslf. out on .
j cont-umneornoait poziceo
ASSOCIATED STATE OF, DOIIICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATIOiT ORDINANCE
REGISTRY OF TITLES DOMINICA
SCHEDULE for the Application for Certificate of Title'and Noting' thereon
and Cavoat for the week ondcing the ?1st da of Soptonbor 1968.
Dato of Request .Person Presenting Nature of Request whether for
Certificate of Title -or Noting'
thereon or Caveat.
Request dated the Joseph Ednund Daniel Request- for the issue of a First
14th day of September by his Solicitor Certificate of Title in respect
1968, Presented the Cilna A.M, Dupigny of a Portion of land at Massacre'
-16th'day of Septemobor Village in the Parish of St.Paul,
1968, at ,.28 p.r. in the Associated State of
Dominica, containing 100O square feet and bounded as follows:- On tho.North
by land of Shand Jolly; On the East by land: of Clive Jacob; On the West by
land of Millie Burton and a Public Road.
Registrar's Office *Mona Rigsby James
Rosoau, Dominica 1968. Registrar of Titles
NOTE:- Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a First Certificate
of Title on the above application nay enter a Caveat in the above office
within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of this schedule in
the Doninica STAR Nowspaper published in this State or from the date when the
notice prescribed by law was last served on any owner or occupier of
adjoining land in respect of which the application is made. 258-2/2
(OdIHTER SIDE FROM ADOVEf). the stage and gosh he thought he was a Ringeo.
Lut the boy is good for show business.
T lcr.ns, nnooo -told noe, wore the best erf .rno--.7, for the ni.;ht but
believe you ne I cannot judge since I was singing myself. you judge if you
attended the show, "** Soee you against
Short Story 002 UNIVERSAL MALE by A,L. Winston
Jim went to the Education Department to inquire into the G.C.E. res-
ults which were published generally recently. ..He wanted his.
Good day, sir. Have results come?
What results, ma boy?
Oh yes. Just wait a minute. Your name again?
The man disappeared into another section of the office and he could
be heard as papers made their flipping' familiar noise. He returned.
You sat four subjects. You passed History (West Indiqn), Commerce
and Economics. But you FAILED ENGLISH.
That's three out of four. I'll sit English with London in January4
You're ambitious, boy, That's how I like to hear boys talk.
Thank you, sir until another time.
Jim departed from the Department and on his way home he met Jackson,
an old school mate.
How's it, Jack?
Real cool an' breezy, man.
What's cooking' in the pot?
Failed English. G.C.Eo results are out..
You talk too much and write too little.
You're a preacher or something.
Knock it off, buddy.
They walked in silence until they met Jane in 'Cork StrePt.: Jane, an
old pal of theirs, called them. Jane, started off or should I say,
sparked off a. conversation.
Jackson was first to remark that he liked her skirt,
These are my favourite colours, Ohite and pale lavender, They get
py temperature on the up, have my heart beating' like thunder. And you
make mD crumble with wonderful rapture with one burnin' spark from your
You're a literature student.
Just fancy the subject, You should know that,
You crammed the. piece somewhere.
How you irk my lonesome self, girl,
Don't 'girl' me.
Jane is my name, Jim was always my favourite of you two. I wish you'd
listen to him.
If wishes were horses, beggars would ride,
You callin' me a beggar?
No love, just a wisher.
I'm no Sancho Panza, you're the male.,
Yes. I'm ~ Universal Male. Sancho Panza wap the laughing stock in
Don Quixote. Sleepy guy. Like Jim.
You nutty thing, you ...
There and then Jannette passed, as they feared the gate of the Bota-
nie Gardens, in her Kapitan. She stopped, too-1 them to the. Sulphur
Springs by way of the valley road. She took an immediate liking for -
Jim as the rather extrovertish Jackson always tried to monopolize: the
conversation. Jackson became a kind of hush to the more. eloquent Jann-
ette. Jannette dropped them home and promised them another outing.
Saturday, September.28th, 1968
OCCU PATIO NID
By CZ-)Ll\E FRFQ_1V 4auSr~4qrION 8Y -:~
~ t 1I~U~IIi I~II I~ia AASCt.A2A F'FL VERICK
SOMSN1 PEOPLE IN THE CARIBE RESERVE ** rj'
MAKE THEIR IW.IING BY BOAT-MAKING, I ow, -
-1RAW& PLAITINGBA$KET M AI.ING1G-
BAN~ANA PLANTING FINGER -TRAPS,4s"w
ANQ NAT MAKING ETC. -
"rVERE ARE MAN\Y CARISS WHO0
CAN MAKFE LQV/EIN BOATSS AMP "AANO 4L-',
CRAF-T. I1t lc' NOT \JERY EAS5Y 'TO
M1AKE A BOAT,16eECAUSE IHE MEN ft'~ ~~
R4AVE 'TO GO V4ERN4 FAR2 MN THEW MOVN-'
T.AINIO CUTDO9WN AHUOS GOMIF.R k, yl/>-1.
VWHICH HAS TO lk MAtb_ rNO-TE ~ -
5HAPF, OF ABOAT-tNIH1 iS .NOf
-MEANS EAS( WORK.
THE CA91I3cS. ARE POOR PEOP~LE. I/ (#
IF -TIJE'4 DO NOT PLAIT-STRAWS PLA;XT\fr- .
BAHANAS QR M~)AKE 160ATS W141CH Nf
ARE MeAN5 OF LIVELIHOODS) OF
MIANN' CARt15VtHE4CAtT GET
MONINI -TO BUY -TH-INGS FOP -TEI CAaTaS AAQLING A OUCIQUT GOrAM1IF. FROM -THE.
WIFE AMU CHiLOREIN. FOETT A vi SEAORNe vqAEE C om &G.4
ITI 5A0 TO NOTE. THAT TSE,
ac>ATr-BJiLpERs5 ome-TimEs surnFE, GREAT LO$5S, AT THE TIME OF-
WRITING THIS AR1'ICLE, FOR EXAMPLE, TE ROUGH SEA HAS BIPOKN 04
^ND S5MA5HFD A GOOD MANY OF THE BOATS5 WHICH- NElE. -TO BE
S01,0O.11,11'5 MEAN'S -Th-AT THE PEOPLE WHO OEPENtQ ENTIREIN( ON
tHE MONEY OB-TAINEID BY SEL.AA-NG BOAT5,rAUST GO BACK TO
7THE FOREST TO BUILD~ MORE BOATS IN ORDER "TO GET THeIR CHRV$T-~
TI-F ARBSARE VERY HARD WOR~~kNG PEOPILE.-THEY PO NiCT A1.WA'?,S
IDLE. FOR, EXAMPLE 'THE? ALW\AYS( CQ $OMEITNNG FOR THEIA LIV%\FtrG IF
THAEY OQN4T 00 ANYt14ip,-TMFN CANNOT fWELP -THEMSELV'JS AND THNEIa
T4~ abave wa,tif/c wa5 ia~er frorvn i/e 5qbiayp~L 3vA jcict"u."ei ad o
Ii,.~~~Sc yef r qvA~tippA Jcnuetted1F.Pt'
Saturdayyf 8.0aptember 28~I, 1068
Saudav Setme 28h 98TII TRP e
TEH GOVYTIMiaT OF DOMI
A GUEST OF MAR.TITI
remember last week's fto
page pictureS?. 7
ide 'a Dominique
a ite I'h6te de
MM. Leblann, pranier minis-
tre de 1iDominique at Srhal-
do, ministry' des Finances, ont
6t le h6os do Union des
SICA de ja Martinique, et do la
SATEC.o ec,t5quell ils. dntetu-
idi' Ill rnod lt 4s d'une coo.
p6:rattel n C; s ?o''rdre h6-
telikre 4 gag ei.,
SSur iv p rnmlerpointlaDomi.
nlque envisage de lancer 8000
bungalows on h6tldsbois-paille
surf4 8 kilomtres deo plag e
Un mbibtieoux programm-,
pour ce petit pays de 70. 000
h'bitin.ts, mais qui sera n6arot-
imoins 6alis6l en 4 al, par
;aut4-firancement, e raison de
6 OOOF par bungalow.
La SATsC s&raame&medepro-
p06 d as p tons et d'aMder le
go~vernemnent dominicain 4 i
ses consoils techniques.
NICA (Translation): lessrs. Leblaiic, Prime Minister of Dominica
QUt and ,orhaindo, Miister of Finireace, were
i- l the guests of the SIGA Union ofl Martinique ai.d of. ;i'EC (Frenci
equivalent of the Min. overseas~ Oevclopment), witb whoIa they
studied the means of technical co- operation, in d(we11liBD-,iouses-
and agriculture. On the first point, Dominica envisages the
launching of 8,000 bungalow dwellings built of strawwood on the
8 kilometres of beach-land she possesses. An ambitious programme
for this little country of' 10,000 inhabitants, but it will come
to pass nevertheless in 4 years, solf-financed at 6,000 francs
per bungalow. SATEC is putting forward plans and will aid the
Dominican Government with technical advice.
On the agricultural project, Mossrs. Lebltnc & Sorhaj ndo were
5 ur I e Plan ca ricol a MM. Los-
Ions ot Sorhaindo ant 6t4 ivo.e
m o~ n t mtaeas~6s par lou r6ali.
scri~ions de la S1 CAdcuVert-Pr6,
dont its 6taient leo hates 6 d6.
i saner, sam edi ai Petite-"i
vlir.. Ce syst~mo do coop6ro-
tic n sentre petits pf anteu rs ba.-
u~nei avrrit on off ot
ad uptable 6looominique~dont
puquimitfe as? membreduconi-
t'unltei do tongue n'apas~t6
t'asp Oct lormolneplalsoqtdos
projwus qui 'se sont 6changhs a
cc banquet cordial lopatois
,.r 6o I no subissant qu t r s
pei WValt6 ration d'uno Hle 6
l'o11tra-, France AntillaB
vitally interested in the adieovewonts of
SICAK t Vert Pre, where they were ,:-ests at
luncl on Srturday (14th) at letite Riviere.
This Co-op.rrativo system .between little
plorters oJf bai.anas could be ada-ta.bl a to
Doaniiica, whose <,xportn ol batoMnas are ab-
sorbed by Great 1iritain sitice shc is a mom-
ber of the Con'
pleasant aspect of these excihanuef was
unity of lint nuitg at thiis cordial )hanquett,
creole patti.-. being sunjoct to little alter-
ation between -ono island and annoth(.r,
lUA%4N IGfITS P(O.;iTmlY
A special anthology of GuyanOese poetry,
including wiorks by Minister of Ir fo -rttion
Martin Crarter (& 12 other poets, 1,has been
p el ishe'd b I international P'. W. l.-Routcrs.
THE CAMERA WHICH IRPLACE$
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WITH TMlE AOFA R~APID, YOUi LJ4'$
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Satitrda-y. Sertember 28tij 1968 -
44.S 4V4 s S.pt.nber 28_ 1968
REGISTRY OF TITLES
..SCHEDULE for .the Applicati
alid Canvont for thn wrclnk ndi
THE STAR Page Eleven
ASSOCIATED STATE OF DOIIIITICA
;TLE BY REGISTRATION OnDINAITCE
ion for Cortificate .o.f.. 2i.tlo 'and Noting thereon..'
nr the 21st day of SoDtonuber. 1968..
Date of Request Person Presenting Nature of Requost whether for
Cr........tificate of Title or Noting
theroon or Caveat.
Request dated the Joseph Ednund Daniel Request for the issue of a First
14th day of by his Solicitor Certificate of Title in respect
September, 1968 Cila-A..M. Dupigny of a Portion of land at Massacre'
Presented the 16th Village in the Parish of St.Paul,.
day, of Septenbor ... in the Associated State of
1968 at .10 .yo Douinica, containing 4203 square
feet and bounded as follows:- On the North by land of Shand Jolly; On the
South by a dry Ravine separating it froa land of Claris LoBen; On the East by
laad of Wade Bazil; On the West by land of Clive Jacob.
R.Cis-trar's Offio... .. .. Mona Rigsby Juoes
R ossau. lDoninica. 1968. RoTeistrar of Titles.
NOTE:- Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a First Certificate
of Title on the above application nay enter a Caveat in the above office within
six weeks front the date of the first appearance of this schedule in the
Doninica STAR Newspaper published in this State or fror-i the date when the
notice proscrib,od by law was last served on any towner or occupier of adjoining
land .in respect..of .which the application is nadac-...
tGADLUjT AID MFZ. WAT,,.1 P31OJECTS".
AlRIVJAL OF DR. SIDGEON M.D.
His Excellency J. Russel'Mc.Kinney, Dr. Terroeice Sidgeon., a Medical
Canadian High Conmissionor, announced Practitioner, arrived in the State on
on 20th September that under its Saturday 21st September on a one nonth
External Aid Progrannme Canada -has assignn.ant under the auspices of COMA
agreed to finance rajor water devol- (Canadian Medical Aid), to ease the
opinent projects in Dor-inica, as part strain on t ho nodical services in the
of a $5 million (Canadian) programmnne State. Governnont ts request to COMA of
covering a period of 5 years to assist 14th Septenbor was given immediate
the Windwards and Leowards with reli- attention. Dr. Sidgeon will be based
able water supplies for growing initially in the Grand Bay. district but
populations and tourist industries, will inovd to 'arigot early in October.
Bringing pure waterfront a source on
the Checkhall river, to supplement .P.ON-SIOUC AD APPOINTME I.2S
existing supplies in Rosoau and on- DO1, P 1IC DEFENCE FORCE.
virons, (including the new Canefield Liout. Dertrand. T., promoted to the
area) will ultimately be the source rank of Captain w.e.f.1st January1,1968.
for supplies to the entire west coast Father Alexander. E., appointed
area from Scotts Head to Moro. A Honorary Chaplain with the rank of
snallor project involves the construc-Lieutenant w.6f. 1st January, 1968.
tion of now water supplies for the Hamlet. J., promoted and appointed
villages of Wesley and Woodford Hill 2nd Licutenanct Wo.f.1st January,1968.
in the north west. Chambers. J., promoted and appointed
The initial Canadian contribution to 2nd Lioutenant. weo.f.1st January, 1968.
these two project is 520,,000 East Bernabe. RB.D, appointed W.O. II
Caribbean dollars, with the Governnent with the rank of Company Sergeant
of Dominica footing a part of the Major w.e.f. 1st August, 1968. Also
associated local costs. The work willseconded to the Police Training-School
be carried out by the Central Water as Musketry and Drill Training
Authority of Doninica,. Officer..
T. St.A. Bertrand, Capt.
.. Staff Officer
Pag _Twelve THE STAR Saturd September 28aJ68
1966, s. ....-No.189.
In the Suprono Court of the Windward Islands and Leeward Islands.
Colony of Doriunica.
Konneth Errol Denis Fisher
Manager and Attorney"of The
Royal Bank of Canada,
AUCTION tTOTICE ,
To:be Sold pursuant to an Order nade by the Honouriable ir. Neville A,.
B.eridge on the 19th day of July, 1968, Upon the Application of the above
nameod Plaintiff for.the Sale of the Defendantts land under Section 4,of the
Judgments Ordinasne Cap.10 on Thursday the 24th day of October, 1968, at
.00 o'clock in the afternoon,
1) A portion of :land situate in the Village of Wesley, in the Parish of St.
Andrew, in the Colony of Douinica containing 1804 sq.ft. and bounded as
follows:- On the'North-East by Public Road4 On the'South-East by land of
Fildasin Prosper, On the South-West by Public Road, and On the North-West by
land of' tartley 'iEdard, Registered liber P1 Folio. 107.
Particulars and conditionsof Sale.nay be obtaiined from Miss Vanya Dupigny
of -Chanbers, 6 Kennedy Avenue7 Roseau, Doni.nica, the Solicitor having the
Carriage of the sale and at the place of sale.
Dated the 29th day of August, 1968.
(Sgd) HONTA R. JAMES.
338./ REGISTILR AD PROVOST MARSHAL.
mtOUTH CELEBRATES PATIIFIlTDERS DAY". Adventist denozrination; Lts ain is to
-+ "- train Youth to be loyal to God and man,.
Saturday (Sabbath) Septenber 21st a n prero their soues for the life
n~nrkod the Fs -ip ary of the and-tc prepare their souls for the life
mrlced the First Anniv.rscary of the o o.e. ..............
Roseau Path Finder Club) which was -
inaugurated one year ago. ST- T*ERES
At 9.00 a.n, the Path Finders assen- -ST...TE.D
bled outside the Seventh' Day Ad- The feast of St. Therasa, Patroness
vontist Church front where they uarchedof the village of Salisbl ry, will be
into the Church with their "Colour celob-eated in that village on Thursday
Guards" carrying their two Flags; the 3rd 0 tobor.
flag pledging allegiance to God, and
the flag bearing the Club"s Insignia. Masses will beo said ct 5 and 7 ann.
To start the. Day's progrann- prop- with : high MAIss to be sung at 9 a.:*,n.
orly prayer was offered by'one of the irnnod:-atoly to be followed by a
Clubs nenbers. The pi-ogranne procosion in the village, and
consisted of recitals,5 choruses, read-clinia:cod by Benediction of the Blessed
ings, solos, stories, group singing Sacraont .................. ..
and n7a other itens for the ------ .
upliftnent of Youth. The progrcaao BISHIOP OP TfE VGWX.^RI, ISLANDS; Ri,.
onded with a Social at 7*30 p,, Re@, Harol Piggott, eahilebtel the
The "Path Finder Club" is a Youth 50th annive-sary of hi a elevation to
Movement within the missionary y the prieEzIhood. Thlurad.y wiith a pntt-
Volunteer Society" of the Seventh Day i Mrnd af-t, B George's Cat-
jn ^ u jr a E ^ g a c o i: b t V x 'n 6 c n -t a
urlyS r) i hbr .28, TPf3 3T., t~A Pag lhirteeii
THL7; E '~TH HEAT
~~-eok -npQfi fe I like a wi/ted
iJ~T AWEN A TUMBLER
BkFTON AND Co. LTI). v-OWAE WT
C a tl 'S r e it4A SPOONF UJL O F->.....
ENGI NEERS 4AT
RFk1GERATION PROBLEMS d~Spa nRje,
'V~TI LNAk I
WNFN YOUWE ON
GSNT5 us op oT 5
WHF. \AN'I WEAFR ONE HA
GET THEM vvi-aE THEY LAST
I CAIE. FOP YOURI SHOP,0ING /N4AS(-'4?I
*'r Fourtem '11i STA1 jaturda~yy Sopteriber 2S, IP(W&
No If C L"
Post of Regiatered Mu rse o
Domixd ca ink~iriuag~ ne' aw ltl
A.ppli catioils are invited fon, WI
-tho post of it Registered Niurae P 1'r
for part-timo duties at the Dow-
isc nimr.The, pos8t isPO E .
should be in posaessi on of I
the Gentur~l Certifiwte f or
Du~ies: To proyode nux'ming, caro
;pq the ps~tievz't under tile
direction of the Medical
hours of Wor~k: Eai ly f rorm 8 a. w.
to 12 noon.
S'f&!: $1080 per annuui,3
The successful ,standidat~e will b' LW u' u e
response 1~l to -,-he hlLDUgouet ftM
Committee of thi Dominicil, infir- 6AAU0 OPOW59 1*11YE
wary. kpplicatY~on sta~tin~g a~ge N
a~dqu~iicti;n so~1! be ad- tt'r4 tyr'es o1 t
dressed~t Adie :Ph ermanent St; c- rsrie&P~ii ~ KN ~RE R~~I)
to reach him not later, thai; 1.2th DRurmei ~O UG S~TORE
C.A.ALyd, Lo NLA6: A.VWWA &~i.4fA 977 "
18.9.68 Perm.,3ec. M. U1A.P. C). 71, RV red" 17
'NATUflE'5 T63 vi the cI~ance culre wofiinciqfor
V)ZLA&B *'"es"ei A VAPIEP? OF
ELIMINATED AIR STALENESS5 AND IfTAASa~ SOT
MUSTY GIMELL'S, EEPS AIR S\kiEET RTN zdF RT
AND FRAGRANT WIT$ AN A90% tATIC
PINEWNOOD FRESHNtESS ......N
fern crily 7.QO 0JR QVFICE ~~~Kj
-~ ~ AOEMONSTPATIC '
/U(AR0,.5L AVAT0k1S CY LfORGE k(ARAM 1i
SeERCONt IS. SICKR.FOOMS- ?In
CLUiBS- ~40T SLS CIN EMA _G5G
SROPvS GARAGCA >-%J v, proJvd 7
S~~4oP'ENAR~ MrR~aE stid .w 4~ Z)~ Du'n
CUPBI, A R'S'
Saturday, September 28, 1968'
MENTAL HEALTH WEEK
September 29th October 5th, 1968
"Mental Health is a Human Right"
Saturday, 28th September
Sunday, 29th September
Official Opening Day of Week
Prayers in Churches for Mental Health;
5:00p.m. Special evening service for the patients of the Mental Home
conducted by Father Charles and Father Rose. Friends welcome
Monday 30th September
1:20 p.m. Introductory radio talk of the Week
Mr Star S. Lestrade, President and Mr W.S. Stevens, Minister
for Education and Health
8:00 p.m, Public Film Show St .Gerard's Hall
Speaker Mr Victor Goodall, V.So0., Psychiatric Nurse
Public Film Show St. Joseph
Speaker Mr H.L. Christian
Tue-sday 1st October
1:20 p.m. Radio talk Rev. Geoffrey Gordon
8:00 p.m. Film Show and talk for Police at Police Headquarters, Roseau
Speaker-- Dr. Royer
Public-Film Show Soufriere
Speaker Mr Arnold, Psychiatric Social Worker
Wednesday 2nd October
1:20 p.m. "Hostile World" Radio play -.-. Prof. M. Beaubrun,U.WoI.
produced by Falcis AndrL.
7:30 p.m. Inter-School debate at Stf Gerard's Hal
Topic "Mental Health is more important than Physical Health"
Thursday, 3rd October
1:20 p.m. Radio Talk
3 6 p.m. Open House at the Mental Hospital; talk by C.M.O.; enter-
tainment provided by patients
Visitors, friends and relatives cordially invited and encour-
aged, to come.
8.00 p.m. Public Film Show La Plaine: Speaker Mr Star S. Lestrade
Friday, 4th OcO'ober
1:20 p.m. Radic talk Father Werner.
8.00 p.m. Film Show & Discussion- P.M. Hosp.,Nurses' Recreation Hall
PANTEL Mr V. Goodall; Nurse L. Norris; Mrs J. 2.Tssink; Pa.tie' 3
Saturday, 5th October
Afternoon Outing for M.H. Patients; Picnic to Scott's Head
10:00 p.m. 3:00 A.M. GRAND DANCE Semi-Formal; 4-1l50sihgleu 5.00
Palm Grove; music Swinging Stars oup e
Under the Patronage, of His Excellency Sir Louis and Lady Cools-Lartigue.
Pa'~o Sixteen THIM STI.RA saturday, Sot.,iber 2, '196463-
S *T*A*R*S *P* OR*T *S
TBPT rsonA Charles Regains Crown
Favourite Clarence Josephs lost the win-
ning touch exhibited earlier and vicious
attacking by Peterson Charles brought
him a well deserved victory'18-21:21-7:
21-16: 21-12. Earl Blacknan, last year's
champion fell to Josephs in the final,
Best young prospect prizewinner was
Julius Timothy. Martians won the Club
CRICKET: Aussie Booth Retires
Brian Booth of N.S.W. has retired from
first class cricket. iHe played in 35
Tests for Australia, scoring 17,000 runs
in Tests with 5 centuries. His last Test
was against the Windies (Ln Trinidad as
V.Capt. he scored 102 with his attack-
ing stroke play, still reonmieborod.)
India & Pakistan Get II.C.C.
Both India and Pakistan have invited
M,C.C. to tour the sub-continent inread
of the cancelled S. African tour. MCC
are sending the original 16-man team
although cricket conditions in these
countries are quite different to those
in South Africa. Moanwhile India has
recalled Posi Surti from Australia to
represent his country against the MCC.
Surti was on a two-year contract with
Queensland where he wao; coaching in the
Queensland country district.
As part of their anniversary y cel-
ebrations, the Dorinica Defence Force
played a natch a;;ainst the clergy: this
annual event, which :-s oven nore hilar-
ious for the football players than the
spectators unfortunately trakos place
too late for us to *put into the paper,
but wo have no doubt that the worst
team will, as usual, win probably on
a foul ,
NOTICE TO BLTAITA GROWERS
Consequent upcn the termination of the
Purchasing COnpany's Additional SUMMER
Price of .250 per lb. with effect from
the 27th September, 1968, the price pay-
able for bananas from the 28th September
1968 will be as follows:.-.
At Reception Stations 4.850 /lb.
At Southern Buying Points -4.17 /lb.
At Northern Buying Points 4.050 /1b.
Growers who qualify for Incentive Bonus
will receive an additional .250 per lb.
26/9/68 General Manager
Notice to T]lec1tricity Constujors
Doninica Electricity Servccs wi-sh to
advise conoun-ors that the electricity
supply is liable to interirupticn as
Hillsborough, ) Mondlay Septonbor
Clarke HIall ) 30, Wednesday and
North to Salisbury) Fric.ay Oct. 2 2- 4
front. San to 5 pnm.
The inconvenience to contunmors is re-
rettod. W .R. LORD
379-1/1 M; hnagor.
Roseau Town Council Ee,(tions 1968
It is notified for eonoral information
that the Governor has bee a pleaod to.
appoint -liass Vanya Dupignry a revisinll
Officer under the provision of Section
33(1) of the aocoau Town Council Ord-
inance (Cap.1 U) of the F.evised Laws
of Dominica, 1961, for tt.e purpose of
revising and bottling thQ list of
voters for the purpose of* the abovo-
At Froodoc- Fightors Harch S.V .JOSEPH
An unofficial placard bearer (who did File P25/11 .Local Govorniiuent Officer
not succeed in 1jenotrating to the Pronifr)18th Soptonber, 196G
was IMr Austell James his poster said:iG112-1/1
REI'm:ZER MY LE.'TER ADVISING GOVERNMENT
ITOT TO RUSH THROUGH CONTROVERSIAL BILLS GUSTS AND GALES BUF FET D/CA-
BEFORE IT IS KINOTWN WHETHER OR 1TOT THEY Wednesday night and Thursday rain and
ARE. ACCEPTABLE TO TI-EE PEOPLE OF DOMINICA wind played havoc with bananas in the
J.A.JAIMES-2'-d V.P.DTU & SCTY D.P.A. east and north, ripped a.drift two li.:h-
tors and iTelscn Al;ron'; yacht..(all ro-
OBITUARPY of .iss Brunoll JoT3y next week. covered) and s'ashed; a ,loop to pieces
Printed and Published by the Proprietor,as it loaded oranges' at the jetty- for
R.E.Allfroey, of St. Aroment, Doninica Martinique covering tilo sea with a
at 26 Bath Road, Roseau, Dominica, WI. yellow blanket of oranges.