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Mrs. ,Jane Lowenthal,
Research Institute for .-./,;/ '
the Study of Man, .
162 East 78 Street, .
New Yorki 10021, N.Y.,
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ldi.oril -- 2O,10 I editor: PHYLLJS SHAND ALLFREY

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VOL TVIII, No. 16 Sat q,, Aprl 19 1969 .- -. Teo Cosde


S I THERE'S something peculiar about democr
W V EST J A N. Itic political office that gives man, West Indian me
by Piv of the d g N especially, a sense of powet, of mastery over oth
by P f of- th TrinIad Ev g Ne. men; that develops in him a peculiar quality
arrogance, and overweening desire to lord it ov
TRINIDAD ARCHBISHOP VISITS the rest of the parish like a feudal baron.
IT mA.ut he something -- ----
GREAT joy was shown by the Roman Catholic community born of the peoples and -it is by no means easy
hare and by friends of ecumenical accord when His their heritage, their history bridge the gap from e
Grace Archbishop Anthony Pantin of Trinidad landed in the ca mu aa la ao to moyd
Iaer, iLndeuare; om- :.06ncept ofmdemoeracy,
State on Thursday, a day late. Many people who Went to the g probably As n other aspects
airport to meet him on Wednesday were disappointed, el mate, the sn, the le so I polities Pe
They were warmly thanked by his Grace, who told a vast part ar Ititude, the ft eeturies-long ei
happy crowd that their magnificent building could not be Trade Winds, the ocean. emtne es saigs
matched by any parish Hall in Trinidad. It cost $102,000 E.C. put together m ld I a as mnem aa ct
nt~ like, but they really
and a debt of $72,000 has still to be paid off-- no doubt in the hman chaaeter, and t t u to k
"ten summer festivals," joked the Archbishop. ian s it, Irn a singe t atigso ko
On Thursday evening he blessed the new Parish Hall at :ate dee to ride ogh ross the gap impose
Goodwill, chatting afterwards to guests at the Goodwill abhd over other human We must be permit
Presbytery. Early on Friday the Archbishop celebrated being. (because t Matura)
Mass at the Cathedral, and preached the sermon. Takefor s.. ta~e t afeh* ae ter oet,

Sunday is Holy Name's occasion, and the eminent
visitor is prominent in local devotions.


Young riders are required for the Donkey
Derby on Sunday 27th. Please contact
Mrs. Griffin, Tel. 2193. $1.00 per jockey,
and free entrance to festivities.






; Bst altB rerleool. 3 lntpn i
aries, rnidstlph and
Dessalines. Take today's I am very sorry. This is
ihring example, Papa Doe; telly not a place of mau-
or the erstwhile Baptiste of vals langue at all It is not
Cuba, tiat spor country ppoong o the It
which c h proceeded b u rtOO rthe trthW.
ogfa histor fro.a rO- I the developing, nattous
lution to rae o. cold make the single long
STake the general t Jump Ito the 2th century
ad atte geaerl t they woUld al be developed
and attitude of erstwhile
simple men whom, the
simple people of the
slond eect to power ASSADO
Men whose paths become
paved with broken election RIt samlarly impossible
promises and whose lives for any obeahmaa tho aans-
Iimmediately become ee- fotm and. elevate himself
vated to grandoise living; into a Chrisitan bishop in
riding around in iarioua a lietimee Or a ditch dig
motor eT s, acquiring h~a. ger or a cane utter to
urious mansions ai so become an astute ambassa-
forth and so o, dor in scissors tail coat
and wing coHlar favoi'ed
ARROGiNI'T by Mr. Bradshaw when he
had been elevated into
No th federal parliament that
No dubt they Interprett vanished seat of petty
that pecuarlv ritish caribbean potentates.
p h r a s e "elevated to
:power" in its most literal No, no, no, no. There
sense, Ut.l understanding must be the necessary in-
:jts medieval origin. They terfi period of arrogance
probably understand it in and mirule.
the sense that their anUoes That period of impover-
tors did; those many ishly 'ruling by the power
wived potenates armed of foreign gold, foreign
with spears., and assegais, mercenaries, Ton T o n
clad ia kente cloths, sit- .Macoutes and The CIA.
ting on golden stools arr- Think Of all those recent
gantly laying down. the but already forgotten Afri-
law, backed by more arrow can potentates since the
gani witch doctors. inimitable Kasavubu who
But one must admit that have had the life span of
developing societies of the moths which flitted into
third world the concept of the harsh light of power
leadership has remained, and singed themselves iito
largely medieval becauso- extinction.

Pa1-e Two THE STMwP,, Saturda Anril IcL lQr

by Androcles

Few contributions to the local press can rival, surely none can sur-
pass, in timely importance the article reproduced from the Civil Service
Association Newsletter which appeared in the issue of "The Star" of 15th
March. lt4.iis a cri de copur, an anguished groan from a writer who, despite
wliat he s&es around him, has the moral courage publicly to bewail the
descent of' sections of the Civil Service from their high standards of
evert political neutrality which a long tradition had built up. A top
Civil Servant, as things now stand, would not write it: one from the lower
echelons could not. As in any case of displayed manliness and strength of
character, I wish to express my great admiration of the writer.
The gist of the article may be summed up in one quote from it: "...
the present tendency for Civil Servants to 'play up' 0o Ministers should
be discouraged,"
No one is more disappointed than this columnist at the decline in Civil
Service morale which has occuzod in recent times* It i.s true, as the writer
states, that under present conditions it is dangerous for Civil Servants
to remain neutral to the politicking of thei. ministerial masters. It is
vory true that the present Ministers of Government seek to make Civil Ser-
vants declare their political allegiance to them "in order to secure favours
or get promotion or increments." But I would have expected that at pre-
cisely the high points in the Civil Service hierarchy where such dangled
carrots have had their greatest effect, it would have been felt and re-
dognised that by training and tradition, the Civil Servant was so infi-
nitely superior in attitude to the newcome politicians, that for the sake
of increments and other favours he would never have allowed himself to
be overcome and his principles subverted. Alas! as the article bewails$
there have been great and obvious disappointments.
I cannot agree, however, that smallness of our society can explain the
recent failure in Civil Service integrity jn this direction, particularly
at the higher levels where injury is more difficult to inflicts Our society.
is small, not only for the Civil Servant but also for the Minijters* It is
well known that small societies are often those where adherence to prin-
ciples counts most* The fact that everybody y 4nows everybody else" in a
mall society is, I submit, a reason for the maintenance among Civil Serv-
anta of an attitude of overt 'political neutrality against the day when the
"outls" become the 'in's". Not to be constantly aware of this contingency
seems to me to be taking a very short-term view of things. Thus I do not
accept the explanation offered, though I accept as facts the symptoms of
the malady described. Again, I do not agree with the statement that "the
honest Civil Servant finds himself in a dilemma" in the circumstances out-
lined. An honest Civil Servant knows what is the proper course of conduct
even though in following it he fails to secure special favours or secure
Bsecial promotions or sypeial increments. It is never so easy to deprive
a Civil Servant of his regular entitlements. In any case, as the writer
says elsewhere, "the honest Civil Servant, who dares remain neutral, may
have in4 himself a greater sense of loyalty and integrity than the avowed
supporter of a party in power", More Civil Servants should learn to regard
Civil Service virtues as,their own reward. I cannot agree more with the
writer than when he says that "it is a very' unhealthy Service that must
forever grovel before Minister- and await scraps of favour' and that "pat-
r6nage only leads to corruption".
All this is not to say that this columnist cannot appreciate the hard-
ships and difficulties which the policy bemoaned by the writer inflicts
upon the Civil Servant or the heroism called for in maintaining correct
Civil Service standards in the circumstances which have been created in
this matter by the present Government in using fear as an instrument of
pol tinue on Page your)
cContinueO on Page Four)

Pace Two


SRtUPdaVI Anri~ 19~ 1Qc;Q

Wr-. *-.a- -- -- 3 --


We regret that owing to late arrival
of manuscript, we found. it im1Qossible
for space reasons to print Rommel

MONTSERRAI: Last Monday a State of this wek"..
Emergency was declared after a. Bar- OUWSSANDING STU~ENTS
badian policeman beat a citizen with Name- in this year's listing of
a whip. In a resultant Court case, America's most outstanding university
Magistrate Paula Beaubrun of St.Lucia and college students (from Donivrca):
ave the policeman a heavy sentence INCIS C. GoELL, son ro Mr c & Mrs.
(afterwards rescinded) .Stoning incid- Carlton C. GREiLL, son co M. & rand
ents 'followed; nine non-Montserrat Po- Carlton J.ST.JOHf, son o Mr. &e Mrs
lice resigned. An appeal was filed. ROBERT J.ST.JOHN, son of Mr. & Mrs.
lice resigned,* An appeal was ild Burton St.J3ohn, Steber Street.
Meanwhile the body of late Paul Prou- B rton St. ohn,at th e aboe he
foot,Grenadian Royal Bank. Manager,was academic s t ading, service to the
exhuped vhile investigati-ons proceeedeacademic st ending, a ership in extr
Police went on strike. Defence Force community and leadership in extra-
SPolice went on strike. Dfnce curricular activities decidedly
-Qatrolled the island., c.-. ... .... (w*O'. WHO aman
(WEO81Tt WHO among

BRITAIN: Mrs. Barbara Castle's pro-
posals to curb unofficial strikes made
headlines and caused internal unrest.
In Nottingham. a.girl pitched a cup
of coffee over Enoch Powell at a pol-
itical meeting. aritain granted
7753,478 to Dominica this week -480000O
for continuing Dublanc/Pte Rondb-work
and $25,478 for completion of Vauxhall
Bridge over the Olyde- River. ********
Dravm by, Lady Cools-Lart iuau at
Fort Young on April 15 d=awers...
1. Coureena Royer,37 Kings Lane,WO82.
2. Emannuel Scotland,32 River Ba77
3.Raymond Gasimir, Delices, ---"
4.Julien Garriere,Clifton, 111
5.Ehret Burton,Salybia., 2
6. DaVis Riviere,Greens Lane, 553a
7. Desmona Iequental, 26 Cork Street
8 Mrs.Hubert St Rose,Castle Br
The Nos. 1-8 indicate the numbers of
the Dbnkeys running the final race.
Holder of donkey No winning the final.
will get 1st prize 100 plus a Gold,
Rolex Watch value $150. 2nd, $25 plus
$35 watch.Other holders six prizes
of $10 each (consolation prizes).
Seller of most tAicets is again Mrs.
Helen :'Visu-n of Goodwill, 65 books sold
St.Martins School' sold maximum tickets;
Country School,St.Johns Portsmouth.
These schools receive 425 each. '''

Mrs. Lilius Stephenson and Family,
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Roberts, Mr.& Mrs.
Martin Sorhaindo, Mr. & Mrs. Adrian
mustache and their respective families
wish through this medium to say a.
very sincere 'THANK YOU' to all who

ULovej avr j. c \. -- ,,.....
Students in U.S. Universities & Colls3
Mr. J.P. Forsyth, H.M:. Chief Inspect-
or of Schools, Scottish Education
Iept, to, consider the level of demand
fo2 UK assistance in overseas train'-
ing of Inspectors of Schools. Mr.
Rawle Oc'lam,: Asst. Games Master of St.
jyy's College, St. Lucia, to discuss
plans for 1969 Inter-Schools T ournmt.*
* A three-man team from Societe d:Aide
-Technique et de Co-operation of France,
who will talk with Cabinat on aspects
of SATEC aid. o offer Dominica. *
Mis. Erilka Hawkins, wife of a former
British diplomat now in business in
Trinidad, arrived to visit friends
for the wees-ead. ****************

A Rom~a Catholic civil. rights worker
- 21 year old student Miss Bernadette
Devlin-won an Ulster seat in the Britk
ish House of Commons. She campaigned
against religious & social injustice.
CMD Dorian Shillingford is attending
the 2nd meeting of a Committee set up
by the 1st Conf. of Caribbean Health
Ministers, Trinidad,rebruary. (A-ery
similar conf. occurred in Federal days
Dr. Bernard Sorhaindo returned fro*
UI; teaching course/gynaecologists.

expressed sympathy or who helped in
any way on the occasion of the pass-



Pag~e Three


~nr~l 19th. 1969

'ANDROCLES (Continued from Page FTwo)

Past Governments, colonialist and popular, were content that Civil Servants
maintained overt political neutrality. Their allegiance, unless proved to be
otherwise, was assumed. No open manifestation of allegiance to the Government
was sought, neither were Civil Servants required to "play up" to Ministers or
their equivalents, except such as freely embraced this low posture" It is
true that the vague concept of "suitability" was imposed by colonialist ad-
ministrationd in evaluating Civil Servants and that many deserving Civil Serv-
ants suffered thereby. But at least their soul and manliness remained their
own while they regarded "suitability" with the contempt this concept deserved.
No effort was made to make Civil Servants "display political partisanship" or
make them "declare allegiance whether one is sincere or not".
Today, under the present Government, all this is changed. In fact things
have gone so far that top Civil Servants will no longer consort with and hardly
recognizee a person who is-openly critical of the Government even though such
person be "an erstwhile friend. They fear. to be accused by their masters of
'being on friendly terms with the masters political opponents.
.' The writer of, the article adds Ether symptoms of the malady: "in his speech
.. (-the Civil Servant) must be very, guarded lest even an academic or intellectual
discussion be misconstrued to indicate criticism of or support for one side or
another". Or else he is surroundedd by suspicion and even hostility'.,. Again,
the CivilVServant "finds himself so restricted and at such a disadvantage that
he sometimes has recourse to open defiance or crass hypocrisy" or else becomes
suspect "in the minds of some Ministers".
S In 1 .this there is a grave national loss occasioned by the action of the
Ministers. It is a loss of self-respect on the part of those Civil Servants
induced by ministerial activity to prostrate themselves before the golden calf
even as inwardly they know that' they are doing something derogatory. And the
sum total of such individual.lots of self-respect is a national loss, this
taking place precisely at the moment thatwe are.,trying to develop those atti-
tudes and qualities of self-respect and self-determination which must buttress
the edifice of nation-building. If Civil Servants, their families, their, friends,
can envision with equanimity the imposed -conditions which hpve the state
of affairs so lucidly and competently outlined in the Civil Service Association
Newsletter, all I can say is that it is later than we thi nk.



Dear Editor;
I have been reading quite a lot of Collins Y-.O'Neill's short stories in
your newspaper. I must need confess that. I enjoy every line of his stories
since they seem to give one the urge always to read on. For sometime now, each
paper that I buy1, the first thing I look for are O'Neill's stories. They tend
to keep me always alive and, at the end, my anxiety is always to kno~ what
he'll be coming out with next.
On the other hand, am I to assume that dther of our local writer d- not
possess that instinct so as to cope With 0'Neill's? Ftom a glance one ch .
., that O'Neill writes from a natural creative instinct which at his present rate
can indeed lead hith to sudden heights. And I suggest to attain any heights he
should study some more writing techniques.
-O'Neill's recent story, "'My Blood. is expensive", was a great treat o many
readers whom I chatted with; the only thing puzzling me for a moment was the
first stated sum of $2,000, which I finally realized was a typographical error
and should have been $200 instead. -
I should certainly like to see our local would-be writers coming down from
the shelves where they are being hidden. ROBERT ANTHONY.
Editor', Note: Thahk you, Mr.. Anthony we like critical appraisals. Yes the
.$2,000 was a printer's err6r it should have been $200.


: Saturda.Y4 April 19, 169

Page Four

Saturday, April 19th, 1.69

IT is Sunday April 13th and.after a long period of detention or hoase-arrest
due to the fear of neighborhood children that I will Jiap on them and tear:their
clothes, or scratch their little hands and noEss with aW long nMila (Im such an
eXberant character i), I have grctdualy been, illoved to wander th. countryside
after niirigh:' when all the kide are in bed, I've been building-up to this free-
dae since Mac joined the Freedom Party., After all (said she) vwy should hmlna
be free and dogs eternally tied up?
I have had the happiest week of my life. Onr faster Sundo~, while our family
was in the -Aglican Cmhrch, Bruaia our red-striped cat thoughtt to be a boy when
hoe came to us from Sylvania) had four lovely babies three reddish sponge asiss
rolls &ad a chocolate swiss r6fl. She .had them on a shelf in oar birdeage kitchen,
-.moag C@lelst-e's aprons; aid at the same time Maealuke and idd4ylaook, the songster-
birds, finally furnished their new nest and settled to raise a family, regardless
of the cats. For William of Orange (that's Willie, Bracie's legal husband D- d
says Brucie is probably the only cat in Dominica who is legally married) wsa deep-
iy upset by his wifes condition and paced ap and down like a ~hman tiger, groaning.
Whlen she finally had the babies, he lay down on a wooden chair completely worn out,
pale as a Beke. Though when he has outside children by other women cats he doesn't
suffer at all,
That wa's our first Easter joy. And at the same moment in London, Phina the
eldest girl of the family was meeting Sonia her brunette sister, and the youag
ladies were making plans to have a terrific party, on May, 2nd when Phina hits London
again, like a blue-eyed meteor, For our Phine arrived in Dominica by plane soon
after the birth of the kittens, to-visit us all.
How flattered I vas (after she came into or, boiler-house home) to hear her
say that I was much better-looking and cleyerer than mya photographer I straight-
away jumped up and practically ripped her kind of pajas-aut that iis considered
fashioinble for modern young women n i the world to wear, We h~4 built a room for
her: I had fetched and carried wood in my mouth and lots of hammering vent on
for days past. But since Phina has two enormous great dogs in Tambia, she knows
how to cop' with a fellow like ayxolf,, in the prime',of dogyouth, just rounding
three years, Oh what a wonderful day it was, with extra good eats and lots of overs
for mej (And I may boast that I already weighed-Pver 100 lbs).
(Oe day recently Phina, Dave, Mam, Robbie and myself vent for a walk. We
ran into the iTchay-lookiig dog with a falsetto bark (it echoes) called Baster,
who is trying to prove that I'm not the Squire of St. Arement like Mr. Mark., Bnt
Mbr. Mark and I are the only two who wre -actually born on the property. 1 did my
best to chew Buster up, and it took four people straining oa my long lead to detach
me from the cheely little chap. People ask Phina whether she doesn't think that,
her parents live in rather a rough pace, but she answers ,that they've always chosen
to live in rough places, such as Throop and Penharat in England, and the snowseof
Buffalo NY, where she was born. The best com-
pliment our ho hhas 'ever had is from an American
who aid: 0 it W just like a bunting lodgel It is
a hunting lodge, anyhow, and the fields around ar *
my happy hunting ground with Carib David my young
master, for I only answer t% sumons from him and
from senior.-cosmander Dad. I disregard female or-
ders. Thank you all my fans who admire y style of
writing. I can talk a bit too giVnf, creditable *
imitations of 'hullo' ad'tl*hank you'. But-'too macj
talk borea me, so when the family went on talki ng
till midnight on this Sunday 13th, I begged for
ay freedom and set eff down Federation Drive, sa7y '
ing good-bye-for Un, my tail like moonlit feathers
Into the world of rubbish cana, fast cars, load I
radios, and all -the delights of auburbia........ 'iUp spake the.ghost of Twoton :
Wi are grieved tb say cthi Rags Twotone was- killed i.My spirit will notc.,le,
dui-ng his last free walk, perhaps by a hlt-&-run car. For I've gone to earth in my hunting ground
Beneath the trees and sky.


Pago Six THE STAR Saturday, April 19j 1969

Short Story- THE BIG BELLY 1MAN by Willi Dynoo

On Ash Wodnosda Joe called no and asked nm if I know a nan called "Sab"
(the patois name for sand). "Yos," I said, "maybe I know him." "Well," said
Jooe, "on Carnival Monday he was dressed like a wonan and went about singing
songs by himself; but on Tuesday,$ something was strange about him, and whore-
over he went people laughed at hin do you know why?" Well, I scratched my
hoad for a few ninutos, and then said: "No." '~tTll," Joo said, "he was not
stuffed that day, but his stomach was big People laughed'it him, and called.
him 'the big belly nan.t Some people slapped his stomach, which he did not
likeof course. This-norning I saw hin passinge." "Was his stomach still
big?" I asked. "Sure." answered Joe. "Well," I said,, he nust have eaten sono-
thing funny_."
That same afternoon, Sab was passing at Pottersvillo and sone young nen
wore laughing at hia and pelting stones at him; ho answered then back, not
looking where he was going then suddenly he bounced into a pregnant konlman
Sho began to quarrel with him, and told hinmthat he would damage her baby, but
this just mado Sab laugh, and all the time the young non wore laughing at him;
soon he was on his way again. '
The following day, he was passing near the markett, and saw a policcnan conm
ing towards him; then he thought of bouncing the officer with his big stomach.
This mado hin laugh, and, boefrc.-ho did it, he laughed even louder. The polico-
man held him by his neck.h "Al '"' he shouted, "Don't shout in ny face," the
policeman said. "Lot m go,," the man shouted, Then-the policeman punched him
on his stomach, "WaaayJ" yelled Sab, "you will danago my childJ" and after
giving a false name and.addross, he was allowed to go on his way,
Later he was soeenbathing in the river, Joe was passing, and Sab said:
"Hey boy, cone awhilee" "Here an I," said Joe. The nan said something, but
Joo didn't hear. "Como nearer then,!' said Sab. "Speakz," said Joe* "Cone and
scrub ny belly for no," said Sab. At this, Joe laughed so nuch that he slipped
off the wet stone on ahlich he stood and fell in the -ater; this tine the nan
began to laugh at Joe, who began to shiver. Just then the current began to
drag the man down. "Help nol" he cried. His stomach bounced on every tall
stone that he passed'over.t "IJowi" he roared, "my belly hurting noe" Joe thon
took pity on the nan, and ran into the river to holp hin; so after all he had
to Bcrub the big belly.
After this funny bath, Sab wont to the Calabash Inn to have a neal; he was
enjoying himself with some chicken and rice when A young lady came up to him
and said, "Sir, I think you ought to see a doctor, because it is not wise fQi a
man to be in'this terrible states and I an sure that you cannot sleep well."
"Sure, Madan," Sab said, "you are quite right; I think I will go now; thank
I He reached the doctor's office half an hour lateror "Volli" said the doctor,
"you nust havo"caton ,oncthing hot when it should have boon eaten cold, or vico-
versa." "Quite right," the nan said. "Weoll," said'the doctor, "you must drink
plenty of wat0r. Don't stay in the rays of the sun, and take some exercise
every nornihg, such as touching your toes, jumping to reach a certain mark,1 and
what have you.."
The next morning, he drank a whisky bottle full of water, then he bent and
touched his toes ton tinosl and ran and jurpcd si: tines around his yard. He
did not notice any reduction i.n the size of his stomach until the next day; it
was not nuch, but about noon the following day it had shrunk a bit, though it
was still big. A certain while later, he began'to frownm He said softly to'
himself "I'n reducing" and rubbed his sto.nach. "Poople have laughed at net
while I feed then with-laughter; but though, bcing a nan' I will not give birth
to any baby, I must say it has boon such fun being a big belly ran."

Banana *mowers and Truckers are notified that as from Ist May, 1969,
tihe payment of the '0 Incentive Bonus will only be made to growers, whose
*ainanaps are conveyed in trucks padcle.d. with foam materials. on the twoa
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of the box of tne its IT muw De C16F.L Uji Lra1-UUUUL Wj~I U k7., I"
,f te4b bonua: must l b
condit;ionajoverning the nament, o t-W cptieonsmt also be
m eret.(.1 to. R.E GOYE1 Vi i 24,a3.C 629-73/

t~YVY~"Y'' ~IUU~*UI ~~-- --

Saturday, April 19, 1969 TlHE STAR Page Seven

The first _Webster to er l Angftia waV

in1.92the sipwrecked English s r in 1707.
year as the Queen. His
schooldayk were spentitin DAILY MIRROR,
Anguilla. Then, as a young
man he crossed the choppy,
eleven-mile channel to St.
.' ,i h), which is part-)utch,
b e e ; It 1 0 .
b n *it-lj hri, ci.ia:C of t he
novw 1-i-ivul, in.t status before it
wa..s inanted at a time when the
,1 .... wure, appeahng in vain
I r~ n Mnlrntters Mrs. Ju d i th
ii, rt an.d Artlulii2r Botlornile for tlhe
: lht i., b separated from St. Kitts
After Statehood Fie.brtuuy -27.
S907-Premn ier Brarlshaw sent a large
nliuber of policemen to Ang;iilia
following demonstrations there.
They quickly marked down the
most: vocal of the Ang-uillan leaders,
Webster was one of them.
doubt. He is. with-
t. dotll he wealthiest man in
',!lnuilla:, with a -personal tortunea
e:,ilmated at considerably more tha
'50,00 i and bilst,ves interve,5
wilch now include a partly-buti,
b-i-room hotel and a nearly-coim-
:.e-t superrmarkel -cuin-crema
Webster 1.9 a non-smoker and tLe
tii'aller. He is a devout Seventh
Day Adventis;, with all t hei
-uritsnical fervour which that dE-
rnrids. He reads his Bible every
d bi, and regardless of affairs otf
c.e will. not work from sundown
F-idav to sundown Saturday.

new Director
OJ A 1",

ni~lls at ~IM. -who will sU
et-od Sir Kn11t101 Bradley
(left) as; I)irector of the Com-
monv"I'alth Institut' eon M1, ay L.

... 7 E LE& M, P_ AS MI)P I

Ronald Webster s leciully drawn for Mirrorscope by Ralph Steadman.


It has been agreed with WINBAN that operations under the O.D.M. Replanting
Incentive Scheme should be started this year as soon as possible after 15th
April, 1969.
Applications are now invited from all prospective participants although prior-
ity of attention will be given, initially, to growers in the uplands.
It has als6 been decided to continue operations, simultaneously, under the
H.I.R. Scheme, (now to be termed the Banana Development Scheme B.D.S.), for
those growers who do not qualify for participation inthe Q.D.M. Scheme.
Apart from the following restrictions applicable only to the O.D.M. Scheme
and the Banana Development Scheme, respectively, the terms and conditions are
the same for both Schemes:-
1. Participants will be required to enter into an agreement to comply with
the terms and conditions of the Scheme during a 2-year period.
2. The Scheme is not intended to expand the island banana acreage and its
operation will be strictly confined to the replanting of areas already
planted 'to bananas.
3. Interplanting in permanent crops other than coconuts is not permitted.
Replanting shall be permitted under established coconuts providing that
the coconuts are widely spaced and do not exceed fifty (50) palms per
acre. Interplanting in young coconuts will be permitted if the young
palmer are spaced to the equivalent of 50 palms or less per acre. The
participant may interplant the replanted area with permanent crops
after the replanted plot has attained the age of two (2) years.
Food crops must not be interplanted at any time in the approved replanted
4. The post planting treatment for the control of nematodes (injection of
DBCP nematicide at the rate of 3 gallons per acre) must be carried out
in the first and the second year of the life of the unit*

Interplanting in permanent crops shall be permitted, always providing that
the conditions are such that the unit so replanted or planted shall be economically

(1)' he applicant must be free from any debt in respect of any/of the pre-
vious Fertilizer Credit or Replanting Incentive Schemes operated by the
(2) The applicant must also have a good history of the repayment of any debt
incurred by him under any of the Schemes referred to above.
(3) The eligibility of a grower for participation shall also depend upon the
regular presentation of his Selling Card at the time of -nhe sale of his
bananas since the inception of the Fertilizer Subsiaisation Scheme.
(4) The area to be replanted must be easily accessible.
(5) The soil and other environmental conditions must be suitable for the
efficient and economic growing of bananas.
(1) The minimum unit that shall be replanted on any holding will be an area

Saturday, April 19, 1969


Paae Eiht

Saturday, April 12 1969 THE STAR Page Nine
to contain 400 plants spaced' at a density e(uival'ht to 800 mats per
(2) The maximum number of mats tc-..he:-replantd. on any holding shall be
8,000.plants .

(1) The',tuit mtst be planted or such time as the.Banana Officer
shall direct so that. the buncheg~..produced in tha.plant crop may. be har-'
-vested during the.summer period, (April to September), of the following
year. '
(2) The grower must carry out'the procedures laid down in the "Banana Manual"
.and as advised by,the members of the Replanting Incentive Staff.

(1) Nematicides andInsecticides for pre-planting nematode and borer control'
shall be issued free of charge to the .grower. .
(2) Nematicides for soil treatment must be'applied to the unit at the approv-
'ed rate of application. The cost of application will be met from Scheme
funds and the cost of the nematicides shall'~;,edebited to the grower s
account. -

(1).Fertilizers at the prescribed rates shall be issued on credit to the
grower at the normal selling prices and THERE SHALL BE NO SERVICE HQARGE
(2) Applications (of fertilizers) shall be issued on the authority of the.
Banana Officer in accordance with the directions; of.WINBAN as, to fre-
quency, time of issue and quantity of such appl"Tctions.
(3) Delivery to participants served by District Fertili*er Storerooms shall
be made at such Storerooms and the Diptrict StorerQqm Transportation
Charge shall,be waived. Delivery to other participants shall be made,
as before, free of charge'at convenient points in each District.
(4) The application of the fertilizers to the unit shall be supervised by'
the Replanting Incentive Scheme staff,
(5) The total quantity of fertilizers issued to the grower for application
to the unit must be applied exclusively to that area.
The plant mats comprising aSy unit under these Schemes must be' contract-
ually insured and the grower s account shall be debited.with the cost
of the premium for such coverage.
At the option of the grower, weedicides approved by WINBAN shall be
supplied for application to any unit under these.Schemes.
Participants shall be required to repay the full value of all fertilizers,
nematicides for soil treatment and weedicides issued under these Schemes
together with the cost of contractual insurance in respect of any unit
replanted or planted under these Schemes within a period of eighteen
months from the date of replanting or planting; provided thatin case
of wind3torm damage or other set-back to any unit, an extension of
time for repayment shall be granted by the Board of Management at its
Repayme.nt shall commence from the date of harvesting of the first bunch
from tke unit and shall be in the form of deductions from the banana
(Conti.?.uod on Page '12.)

.. MTHE ST :. V Spturday, ijril--j 196.
The Board of Management has decided to resuscitate the Fertilizer
Credit Scheme as from 15th April, 1969 in-modified .form.
It is recognized that with the prevailing low production efficiency
the quarterly -allocations of fertilizers to growers under the Fertilizer
Subaidisation Scheme will be insufficient to satisfy the fertilizer
requirements of the vast majority of cultivations..
Therefore it. is necessary to provide growers, within the resources of
the Association, with the means of supplementing their quarterly
On the other hand, there is the huge debt of. over #150,000 outstanding
on the previous Fertilizer Credit Scheme, the greater portion of which
was incurred when that Scheme was liberalised by the removal of the down
Thereafter, a large number of growers have resorted to various methods
of evading payment such as selling their bananas on other persons names:
or transferring portions of their holdings to relations on whose names
and Selling Cards the are then sold.
In the light of these rampant abuses, growers will understand that the
new Scheme can be operated successfully only with the most rigid safe-
guards, and that these must be strictly and universally applied.
It will be seen that the terms of repayment have been modified so that
the rate is reduced or repayment suspended in times of low prices. Such
relief to the grower is considered necessary in view of his regular
contribution of -. per lb to the Fertilizer Subsidization Scheme.
The new Scheme will apply initially only to Ratoon Mats and, will be
operated on.a UrtArery basis as it is complementary to the Fertilizer
Subsidi~ntion Scheme which is itself run on a quarterly basis, (A fur-
ther scheme for Plant Mats not eligible for assistance under any of the
Replanting Incentive Schemes due to come into operation very shortly is
under consideration).
The terms and conditions of the FERTILIZER CREDIT SCHEME 1969:RATOONS
are as follows:-
l() The applicant must be free from any debt in respect of any of the
previous Fertilizer Credit or Replanting Incentive Schemes
operated by the Association
(2) The applicant must also have a good history of the repayment of
any debt incurred by him under any of the Schemes referred to
(s) The eligibility of a grower for fertilizer credit dsall be dependant
upon the regular presentation of his Selling Card at the time of
the sale of his bananas since the inception of the Fertilizer
Subsidisation Scheme.
(4) The banana production of the holding must be at a Lufficient level
to permit repayment of the debt within 3 months from the date of
issue of any credit allocation.
(5) The applicant shall be required to sign an agreement setting forth
the terms and conditions of issues and repayments.
It should be noted that included in the terms of the Agreement is
an undertaking by the grower not to dispose of or part with the.
possession of, the holding, or any part thereof, in respect of
which the application is made, during such time as any indebtedness
under the Scheme is outstanding.
(6) Issues shall be made on a quarterly basis, the limit of credit
being $125; provided that the quantity of fertilizers com-
prising any issue shall not exceed the difference between the
estimated requirement of the ratoon mats on the holding at the rate
of ton (5 bags of 112. lb.) per acre of bananas per quarter and
the quantity of fertilizers issued in respect of Eluoh holding

Ferti.iser Credit Scheme (from Page Ten)
under the Fertiliser Subsidisation Scheme in the current jauarter or in
the previous quarter if-the figures for the current quarter are not yet
available. (an ADDENDUIM to this paragraph appearsa onjhfe.2)
For the. purposes of this scheme plants "supplied" in any plantation
of ratoon mats shall be included as ratoons.
(7) Fertilisers sold on credit shall bear a service charge of 450 per
bag of 112 lb, A down-payment of 10% shall be made in respect of
each credit sale.
(i) Repayment must be completed within 3 months of issue provided that
in the case of windstorm damage or other set-back an extension of the
time for repayment shall be granted by the Board at its discretion.
(2) Repayment shall be in the form of deductions from the banana sales
of the debtor grower at the time he receives payment and shall be on a.
sliding scale related to the Banaa Price at the Reception Depots as
When the price is 3 cents and below: No deduction
"I over 3 cents-and up to 4.cents: pe per lb.
over 4 0ents and up to 6 cents: 10 per lh.
"" 6 cents: 1. per lb.
(1) Applications for fertilizers on credit from growers in the North-
ern District shall be addressed to the Branch Managdr, Portsmouth
Branch Office, DominicaI Bana Grower's Association, Portsmouth; and
applications from growers in Southern-and .astern Districts shall be
addressed to the Fertiliser Officer, Dominica Banana Growers'
Association, Roseau.
(2) Application forms will be made available at Head Office Roseau,
and at Portsmouth Branch Office. Such forms will also be obtainable
from the District Branch Secretaries and the Chief Inspectors of the
Leaf Spot Department.
(3) Applications, in addition to the other particulars required, must
bear the applicant's- Code Number.
1OthA AnryL. i1969 A.D. BOYD
662-2/2 General Manager

tion Officer, left Dominica on 14th 2MAS
April for St. Iucia, to attend. he. The above LineiConnectors will cou6
Eastern Caribb6cn Standing Con- into opcr.aion in th noar future nd, to
ference on. Teacher Education. He facilitate subscribers' installation,
will be back ir. the State on Sat- would persons in these areas including-
urdayi LaPloinco and Gr.andFond, who wish to be
Connected to the auto.ntice tolophlno
BOY SCOL'TS RALLY syston amndwho have not alracdy applied
AI o for service, ploaso do -so as soon. as
The Boy Scotts Association rally possible. applications should be
will take'place on April 23rd, 1969, addressed to:-
at the Dominc. Grammar School
Ground3s, begiruting at 5. p.m. ThLe Witager,,
Cable & Wireless (WI) LtcL
Caosar had pcrithed front the world of Roseau,
eon 669-1/1
Had not his sword 1le3n rnscund by his oen.
Ic'.ry vzauglan, 1622-9

Saturclav., April 19. 1969


Palze Eleven

TIE STA 6L -aLt -ir-V -A %AC; 6V -

PD ne i lrn 1

N0 T I C E
Collection of Liquor Licences -
Northern. District (Ca..272)
Holders of Cortificatos for Liquor
Licences granted by Ilis Worship the
Itagistrate, District "G", are hereby
notified that a Revenue Officer will
be in attendance at their area Police
Station on the date shown below for
receiving fees for the period April -
October 1969.


2.- 4.69.

Place of Collection Licensees

Police Station
Vieillo Case

Police Station
Police Station

-.Vieille Case,
- Atkinson,

and provided further that the value of
fertilizers comprising such issue 'shall
not excoe~ tho amount that the applicant
can pay -in the period of 3.-ionths front
-the dato.of issue based on:
(a) deductions ,from his banana sales
at the average;rate of 10 per lb;
and(b) the.weight of bananas-.-sold by hini
during the previous quarter,


S" DBG, REPLANTING (fron P. 9)
Iionday Police Station Wesley. sales of t6o grower at the tine he -ro-
2,.-4.69-, Wesley ceivos payment on a sliding scalo related
J,B. Eugene,, to the Banana Price at the Reception Dd-
Conptrollor of Inland Revenue, pots as follows:-
for Financial Secretary. When the price is 30 & below: no deduction
S- I "t over 30 & up to 40.-a/lb
,Filo-No: IB.A.2 n it 11 over 40 & up to 60:10/lb
Dato: 9th April, 1969 i, ... i 61: 1 0/lb
G. 62,668-1/1 9. AGREEIEII
The grower Fhall be required to
IN MEMORY OF IR.GS TWIOTONE,- onter agroenent with this
by a young friend S.D, Association in regard to the terns
Nothing can be sadder than the loss and conditions set out above.
Nothing can be sL U T It should be noted that ;included
of a good writer. The death of Rag t be n tha in
Twtotone was sudden. lHe was killed by in the tors of the agreement is
a vehi, an undertaking by the grower not
a vehicle disposeo" o part vtith the
R Rich in health possession,, of the holding, or any
A -'Always ready for action part thereof, in respect of which
G Gentle and lovi.n the application is nado2, during
S Strong and -ravo .such tino as any indebtedness un-
T Tough not rough ... -dor--tho .Schone is outstanding.
W Wonderful dog he was 10.- APPLICATIOINS
O Obedient and respectful CI) Apjplicat'ions for, participation in
T So very tactful those Schemes from growers in tha
0 Obduracy he know not Nortlior' District shall be
N Never will he be forgotten addreo soato the Branch Ilanager,
E A very exotic dog was he Portamounth Branch Officeo, Doninica
Banana Growers Association, P-orts-
RAGS TWOTOIIE inoth and applications from
growers'in Southern and Eastern Districts shall bo addressed to the Fertilizer
Officer, Doninica Banana Growers Association, Ro6eau'
(2) Application forns can be obtained' at Head Office,, Roseau,, and at Portsnouth
Branch Office. Such forns will also be obtainable from the District Branch Se-
crotarics and the Chief Inspectors of the Leaf Spot Dopartnent.
(3) Applications, in addition to the other particulars required,, ust bear tho appli-
cant's Code Nuiber.
10th APRIL, 1969. 664,-1/1 D. BOYD


Satutday J\nrip igg 160

All persons in the. areas served More about the Archbishop of Can-
by the Mobile Library are hereby terbury's address In Antigut to the
informed that as a result of a clergy. After speaking to us about
severe breakdown in the van, reg- some of. objections to belief in
ular fortnightly visits to the vill-God's activity in the world, he went
ages will be suspense until Monday4 on to _talk of the real and honest
21st April. problems that face men who would like
When the service. resumes the area to believe in God's activity. With
served will be as follows;:- scientific progress, men's minds are
Monrihd 21st: St.Joseph & Castle Bruoe being filled with scientific know-
Tuesday 22nd: Marigoti Wesley & Benszledge, which tends to oust God from
Thursday 24th: Trafalgar & Soufriere the boundaries of the mind. The'
M.C. DOOTROVE Archbishop was referring mainly to
ACTING PERPJNENT'SEQRETARY the people of the nations that are
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION & HEALTH highly developed scientifically, but
the same applies to some extent in
M.P.E & H 400/705 the new nations. Men have so much to
2nd April, 1969. occupy their minds that maters- of
G.57-661-2/2 faith are pushed more and more to the
t back of their rinds and conscious
NOTICE thoughts. Is this happening to young
IN THE WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED STATE people here in Dominica? He went on
SUPREME COURT (DOMINICA CIRCUIT) to say that some propositions about
God simply do not register with men
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the whose minds are atuned tq the scien-
Honourable the Puisne Judge assigned ces. Clergy and ministers find this
to the Dominica Circuit has so to a varying degree wherever they
appointed Monday, 5th day of May serve
1969, at the hour of 10 o'clock in h The Archbishop went on to remind us
the forenoon and subsequent days forthat the sciences are taking over
the sitting of the Court in its some of the world of religion. We
Criminal Jurisdiction at the Court might think here of psychiatrists and
House, at Roseau, within the social workers. In the past, there
Dominica Circuit, were some who thought in terms of a
Dated the 8th day of April, 1969. "GQod of the gaps," but this answer to
the take-over is not valid. Christ.
MONA RIGSBY JiMES ians know this is conceding defeat.
Registrar of the High Court. The ArLcbishop reminded us that if God
G.59-660-2/2 is anywhere, He is everywhere$ and we
Soare. to give thanks to Him for science
CRICKET HISTORY and social activity. God is every-
During the short tour of England where and we need to look for His
by the West Indies team, cricket activity around us in all walks of
fans might want to know some statis- life. Church leaders need a new pa-
tics. Here they are. tience of a divine kind to accept
55 Test Matches have been played be- this. As we note the giopings and
tween the two. England has won 186 longings for God amongst students, we
West Indie 'has won 16 and 21 have need to be patient with them. Are
been drawn-No ties. they not far from faith when they
The 56th Test Match for the first talk. of values. We need to look again
time in 41 years, since the two at the Acts of the Apostles and re-
countries are playing will be having produce answers like St. Paul to the
a Dominican. Hats off to Mr, Unknown Godo
Grayson Shillingford for putting The Archbishop went on to talk of
Dominica on the world's cricket the Image of God. I will write on
international mp. this subject next time.
The Carib oun-Jets Cricket Team
and myself wv:lsh him loads of success Fr.~ Wyatt,
Cricl:et Historian,Barrie P., Rector of St. George's.

Papge Thirteen

S Iturdaynv- Anril lc,- c)(


Page Four teen STT

CABfLP, & WRLK~4SS -(WI )_!,TD
Subscribers aie re~ninded tVat telephone
rentals -are quarterly in advanee
and that accounts for the quarter ending
30th Juno 1969 have been posted awil are
uow dlue for payment.
AvComutit wxhi ch have not been paid by
23Brd April 1960 will en-Wil discoamee't-,.:
ion of the--llpephone, reconnectiou of
hbich will be liade 'on settlement Of the
arccount plisx pay-ment of-a reconnection
ce or $2,50 per exchtnae line.,

SYLVA &-FREh11 fPi,)
'willthring you *greitter roturna
in 0g3s, m`eat or mi lk.

is mado right on Dominica,
freshly ground every davy'i

Xal available at sfolirania shop
in loaseau., or at. the Mill,

in delivered.-free -when you,
got .20 bgs or more,

Telephono:. 2045 Today!



WVe are now in position to print-

.1.16 .tln and fJnviiation Gards

Qualified Mechanic with experience in caterpillar
SMassev Fereusson Tractors Bedford Land Rover vehicles --

Schedule of Application for Certificate of Title and Notinfgs
thfcreFn and Caveats for week ending Ii.h i!'y of Aril. ;f'19
Date Requested Person Presenting Nau re of request wheth.
er a Certificate of Title of
Nating thereon or Caveat.

reqbesit Dated the Lorna Shillingfor~d lrCequist' for tha JasuaU
1969. drTPLPil a i First Certificat-, her Solicitor oof' Title in, respek.,t ct
Prestaterd the 1%li a portioni of- land 'it-
daly of April. 1969, Cilma A.M. Durpigny thc Yowil ()fflol,111Li111 (ie arkhof Snoh
m (lie A:,,oiJ,11(d SWiI(
of Dofnnlncii. c:~mta`rt
ink,) ij30 pq kuci.Iihdti
hou 11decd as Tl;s-
On die. Nortf by Ice, River separatin ,k it (tc,,r larlfl,,of Joihn
.Piere. On ,h East by Rodney St. and. land of Sejf.rrd Vi~al,
QII the So i It F by Qlut I -lnborouugh Strecet. On, the, Wtes hy:

Rvflglstrar'N 'Office, 'Mowna ~(p~lJamres,
Rosrlall~L, Doilninica~, 1968,B Ro'gistraar ofT Tjtiles
NOTF: A4ny prt son7 whr aiglo objea tc trhe issuing of~ a
Cer~tificati of title on t h,,l abovc ap tPic-31:1n Mayl entc~r a _aveat
in the ,!bovei office wixmin six wceLkS frorn thc date 6r* che Firstf
appearance of this scht,.dolo ],;-t ch STA.", Newspaper published
in thisr State or frorn the date when th.\e notice- preezcrfbed by
law wa last served on any o~rrier or oc.;_Lplki- of .`ljr1rfii[l~~
i~cd in re,.pect of which flre application 1 fflade,`

The Pseace Corps Regionsal

I~s taking place ~at


Fridiy Zt h, Saturday 26th z nd Sunday 27thh April.
SThe hotel wilfl be closedl to the public on- these dat~es,

d cvv )ri 1 19, i



salaary~ about $25.00 per rnonths -- housea skippliA -- apply
Woodford Hill Estate. gbt

...-I-...~. ~^....-~I-~

REAFERS VIEWI I am one who once was subject to
Dear Madam, these examinations, and'am happy in
S NEW IDEAS the health' and constitution of my
I can express some of my expex- children.
iences on Foreign Medical exertions E.S.B., B
which. I hope experts of our State- COTTAGE.
hood may exercise in the future for
the Welfare and improvement of our PIVISION OF AGRICULTURE
Island. I can convince you that N 0 T I C E
many people have experienced the A limited supply of yam planting.
distress which endures in ouj State-material variety BARBADOS LISBON -
hood of Dominica concerning newborn is now available for sale to farmers
Babies. From the first week of only at the rate of 60 per lb.
Birth onward, baby becomes afflicted The rlant4np material will be Wpod
by certain diseases, and it is in sip.a of lo:vwith cut surfac~g
evident as so many babies are smeyaed with white li &as a, prQtec*-
being conveyed to the Clinics Dfr tive p~easure~
Medical Attendance. This will be sold at Hea d Offzice
Some of us may have the know -'(Lower Section) Botanic Gardens from
ledge and be able to digest on what Tuesday through Saturday at noon,
ground it derives, Nurses are daily commencing April 8th from 9.00 a.m. -I
instructing the Mothers durir8 prqg-1,.30 atm* anhd 2.00 pm 3,00 p.m.
nancy how to treat themselves and J. Bernad Yankey
their babies after confinement in dhief A riultura. Officer.
order to obtain healthy babies, but 557-2/2
if they are being conceived with, ,
unhealthy blood, can didt cure them? NOTICE
No. Whenever two couples decide to
incorporate maritally, their P~ETING OF THE HOUSE, OF ASkEFBLY
announcement shows b ld be predicted It is notified for general inform-
three months before the appointed tion-that the Third Meeting of the,
date, and the couples should by Third SessiQn of the First Parliazimnt
obligation subject to a blood tost under the 1967 Constitution will, be
For that reason, according to the
result, the Physician will have am- helO at the Couit Hosae, Roseut, at
ple time to treat the couples anc~ 10*. a.m. on Wednday, 50th April,
make them fit before their marital 1969.
date; And in ny experience, the Members of the public are hereby
fruit derived from this pair must invited to attend.
be healthy. Unmarried woman also L 1 I I
are involved in the sane Test in
the early stage of pregnancy and 9th April, 1969.
can be treated according to the re- M. DAVIS PIERRE
sult of the test. But unfortunatefly CLERK OF THE HOUSE OF
we haven't got these implements: in ASSRF.Ty
our District. As a natter ef fact, G60-663-1/1
I dare say perhaps a laboratory
isn't yet available, but is very SUNDAY APRIL 27th WINDSOR PARK
necessary to the Community of
Portsmouth. D 0 N K E Y D E R B Y
For instance a person takffn to and
the Hospital for a fractured leg
will surely be treated for that PAIR
particular case, and after a time, Gates open at 1 pin.
he will be expelled. Within eight RACES: BETTING: GAMES: PUN: .PRIZES:
or nine days later, that very pa- UNEQUALED BARGAINS!
tient might collapse with worms or
some interior complaint. Hence, if Plus
that patient had been analysed, or YOR FAVOURITE FOODS:
subject to blood test, the Doctor YOUR FAVOURITE DRINKS:
would have given him a complete In Aid of the Dominica
treatment. He would become physi- Hospitals Appeal Fund
cally strong and healthy. 658-2/3


F)SIC~~E~ 'Fi~lif+~P+i~

In In~n

Batn Flourish in 2nd Tril tch ho will walk 28 -riles to Pont-casse
Batsmen Flourish in 2nd Trial Match and back for a good, cause?' Who will pay
SOME of the younger basnmen caused the ton cents or ten dollars per mile run
roeulars to shake in their shoes at the ton clnts y another in a good causn
2nd trial natch in which the.bowlers or alkcd y another in a ood causo?
This is the idea behind a fund-raisor
. did not have it all their own way. now to Doninica (it was an immense succ-
Gragoirea'.i I was dismissed for 192,ss in ar n i A ca.
after which Irving ,.Shilli:f-grd's d XI' ess in -i-anti-hunger campaign in Africa).
raised 348 McFord Zior a brilliant The funds are being raised by the DASA.
rsd 34 MCFord Zao a brlan Basketball subcon. for a tour of a State
85, Irving S. 67, DaVid Dofoo 59 and toan to .Guaddloupo, St.Kitts Xnd Antigua
Miohaol Lawre-nca-42 nb; Neither of the tonto Guaddloup St.Kitts and Antigua
hael Lawrenc 42 no Nitr of the and the idea is to got anyone, young or
previously successful bowlers, Corbett old, who reckons ho can walk all or par
or J,C.Josephs, proved econoncal with of the way to Pons he cansswalk or pot and
2/104 and 1/100 respectively of the .,to pont Cass6 to co'poto and
the committoo chocks in the distance
Grogoireos XI looked bottom .the 2nd th ott cocs i o dit
Grtieoire he *wicket butrbtillonly rand each person walks by mcans of observers
tire ate.-the wicket butV1ti='only ran,. along the route. Before the walker
up 197 but with a' deh au1 onG th1o fou'0,- xr 01:ie
uJohn and .bt ing.t frtf J. Cci starts he rut got a sponsor (or sponsors)
John and .J C.-at the highest rate per Lile possible;
Josoph had 3 wickets for 17i i opener thoono rd tcc. p.
Henry Elwin tried his hand wioth thesor n t ge 00 per
ball 1/8 mile, so if tho walker goes ton iilos,
Sball ... according to his attested card, the spon-
*rd Trial Bowler Again? sor pays over ,50 to the -eomtitteo If
The final trial now'boeing played you can only got a sponsor to go to one
looks like another bowlers' rnatch with penny a nilo and you walk there and back
Phillips breaking the backbone of Grog- the fun only etu 6et for all your effort
All the Loayuco Easketballors will'be
oiar's XI with unnerving pace and JCJ on the walk and looking for sponsors,
again wihelpd out with a roc teay 4, they will be glad to be joined by anyone
gagin helped out with a rook-stoady 46, prepared to holp, if only for a few
but they succumbed for 153,. (Jarvis miles.
Cgpt a smash-hit 28 into-t1" .Tail) Thes place on 8th, a
SThe walk takes place on Mylfth, a
.Joophs 5/39, Phillips 2/36, Corbett Sunday,'starting at 9.00 a.n. in front
2/39.: At prosstio, Laurendt XI lost. th ubl Librry fro enc
qt of the Public Library; from thence to
5 quick wickets with only 45 on the tnspont Cass and ending at St. Mary's
Grayson Off Tomnrrow a .Acadcnyy.
Windios pace bowler, Dominicas first If you don't want to walk, sponsor
selected, Grayson Shillingford leaves- (at the highest rate you can afford),
for England tomorrow for the three walkers or sponsors, get the details
month tour. The first natch, as usual, before ILy 7th front any of the follow-
w ill be at Arundol against a strong ing:
Duke of Norfolk's XI whiich will include Messrs. Wilmoth LeBlanc, Eric Vigo,
West Indians batsman Roy Marshall and Bradley Hoctor, Bonoit Sorhaindo,
spin-bowler Harry Latchnan of Janaica. OsborneoWarrington (Grand Day), Joseph
The side Iike Griffith Winston, Charles utiumino (Doninica
of Sussex also includes test players Gramnar School) and Mrs. Sharon Anastao
John Edrich (opener) and ;ickot-keeper (Convent Hi-gh School) and last, the brain
Alan Knott of Kent. behind the idea Br. J.T.McInnos of the
S* -- St. Mary';- Aoadoiy.
DOMINIC BANANA GROU~ES ASSOCIATION Dbn't lcavo it too lato, folks, re-
SALE OF TRUCK NO. 169 gistor now for the walk, got yoursco a
With reference to this Association's sponsor, or (if you don't fool like the
Press Notice of 17th'March, 1969, about expenditure of cnoz~ be a sponsor:
the sale of Truck No.1569, it has now say you will give anything front 5 cents
beon decided to sell this vehicle at to twenty dollars a mile walked ... the
the fixed price of $1,5300,.00 further your man walks,.the more it
The first offer of this an:ount re- costs you. And how about .sone of our
coived will be accepted, long-logged girls having a go at the
full Belle Ilarcho? Who will sponsor a
,A.D. DOYD Beauty Queen at 10 a
17th April, 1969 General Manager. By the way, its not a race; you can
67 -1/1 stop. anytime your tired, just walk as
Printed & Published by the Proprietor., w micrtrd rjust w nalk h
P Ro t E .Alfroy of Ste Aromn.b c D/ca, far as you pan. Dut we must raise enough
at 26 Bath Road, Rosou, Dorniaa, WI. to send that toan abroad.

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