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Jane ILowenthalTh Iawh AIL IAV
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162 East 78 Strerfnr 2,46F0'E DO
New yori 10021, yJy ~ VV1It 9 %o- STe"t 7rtiET
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'S/5 ShoFttsbu Ave, W. i. E4ftr PHYLLUS SHAND ALLFRET X
Val. X) No. 17 Saturday -October 24"'1970 Tab C__ _


SNo Dictator For Dominica
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Wi thot his hat

UINITEED NATIONS NATIONS UNIES
TD-AY, SAT'-RDY, THE .25th. BIRTHDAYY





OF THE UNITED NATIONS, Let us pray this
'ek end tLat the U. N.'s great principles will
prevail in our land.
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The Dominica Freedom Party
MEASURES PROPOSED FOR REDUCING
THE COST.OF.LIVING
Following upon the recommendations of a special
committee of the Party, the Executive Committee
has taken the following decisions which will be
implemented s soon as the Party form the Gov-
ernment of Dominica:-
(1) Price control will be imposed immediately on
fresh fish and meat;
(2) To enable fish tobe sold at lower prices, the
import duty and/or consumption tax on fishing
gear and tackle will be abolished;
(3) The import duty and/or consumption tax on
the more expensive drugs will be aboliahed
)r substantially reduced;
(4) The prices of sal codfishB ad boaters will be
subsidized thus enabling these commodities,
so essential in the domestic economy of the
mass of the people of Dominica, to retail at
prices lower than current ones and further
reduced when the Party's general price con-
trol measures are put ino operation;
(5) In the interest of the health of the children of
Dooninica, the import duty and/or consumption
tax on the cheaper types of milk powder will
be abolished.
MARTIN C. SORHAINDO,
General Secretary, Dominica Freedom Party.


A TEAM OF TRICKSTERS'
WEBSTEWR' dictionary definitio. of the word
'trirckter' t a deceiver, a cheat, one who
practices tricks ". Anyone who calls a political
arty Labor and prefixes his own personal name
s a deceiver. Never in the world can there be such
,a Labour Party. What can the constitution of such
a party be ? Simply the juvenile tricksy game of
follow my leader. And all those who sabstcibe to
this game by playing candidates are aiding and
abetting the deception of the public; some of our
poor deceived people are oining in the macaquerie
by hanging out dirty old shoes. But on the whole
the population is too wise. We are glad that no
woman candidate has put her name in this soulier-
aile scandal.
We have hesitated to hang the label of dictator
around the neck of the retiring Premier. But it is
rzfectly clear now that those who support the
Blane Party are in favour of a dictatorship. In
other words, they are behaving .like heels; and the
poot creatures who vote for them will be crushed


JT Is VNIER W THAT BOTH THt;
Clmwise~llin of Inquiry aon Anguib &p4 i
rEWs. The first deterrmmm weather or not thi#b,
hhhmd wit coniupmax: pA t o01,the unktary Staj
.'SL. (itt,3-NcV]StAgiUa ftoM w jhieit broW
*ma'y v"er OrO4 Vws'ago. The second "'Us
Ow w4tor ytsei 1tk. betwe'eo'n- S' St *itts.NPe
*06and a bahi.W'ftgs, aP Aod t-took ova 29
ioj~[,W*igEy deatb. Itis hoped'
O&Cbact1 8srsilemw W0.1 oot) be irken wd that tit
ftpOIuill k.e indeased to, th e'Pitbl6 forthWith,


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nflt1.rAndrT October 24.1970


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LE JOUR DE GLOIRE EST ARRIVE .
By Androcles
On Monday, 26th October, 1970, the people of Dominica have a date
with Destiny. It is a date to which the inhabitants of this lovely
country have looked forward since it became clear to them that the
whole of their future, their progress, their happiness, their peace
of mind -- and not only theirs but as well those of their children --
were dependent upon the outcome of the General Election due on that
day.
The people of Dominica are being given the last opportunity of
saving themselves. They have come perilously close to losing their
most treasured inheritance -- their freedom. Were it not for the
perspicacity, of some of the citizens, the same persons who today di-
rect the fortunes of the Dominica Freedom Prtty, we should already
have seen a Police State in Dominica, since this was the obvious in-
tent of the repressive Seditious and Undesirable Publications Act,
1968. There can be no other explanation when, in a peaceful community,
the Government headed by LeBlanc passes a law which provides severe
-'penalties of imprisonment and fine for persons who are critical of acts
of the Government of Dominica as well as that of Rhodesia; which au-
thorizes the LeBlanc Government to instruct policemen by day or by
night, with or without warrant, to break into the homes of citizens
known to have criticized Ministers; to open their letters atothe Post
Office; to-atop their newspapers from being published and, in fact, to
make it illegal to form political parties. That the Act has not been
enforced hgs been due entirely to the fear of the LeBlanc Government
that it could affect its chances at the polls. If however, this
group were ever returned to office on the 26th of October with another
period of five years before it, it is certain thatsteps would be taken
' to apply the provisions of the Act and, as a direct consequence, blood
would flow in Dominica. So in order to prevent such an unhappy event,
the people of this country must turn their backs upon the Patty led
by LeBlanc, renouncing him, his works, his pomps, and all thdt he has
stood for.
That LeBlanc backed by the remnants of his Party aims at dictator-
ship is clear. We did not need his ex-Ministers to assure us on this:
we have known it for ourselves. The way in which he has run the af-
fairs of Dominica these past ten years is proof enough: how he has
freed from prison criminals, attached to his Party; how he has allowed
his friends to sell lands to foreigners, but has denied this privilege
to others; how he has threatened to deport any non-Dominican who ex-
presses views different from those he himself holds and in fact, once
publicly hinted that he may have to consider deporting father Alexander
of the Roman Gatholic Church until it was pointed out to him that
Father Alexander was born at Colihaut, Dominica. This latter incident,
indeed, is only another indicator of this incipient dictator's anti-
"Christian propensities, in which matter he is fully supported by his
second in command, Ronald Armour and their friend, Bobby Clarke. On
top of all this, the Leader of the LeBlanc Party is a purveyor of
hate and he, more than anyone else, has been responsible for the mu-
tual antipathy between individuals and groups which has become such an
unhappy feature of life in Dominica in recent times. And while-he
pretends to be concerned with the welfare: of the small man, he accumu-
lates for himself a sizeable estate in the Northern District and buys
property in the United States.
All these are considerations for the people of Dominica as they go
to the polls on Monday.
But, you may ask, may there not be achievemets to his credit to of-
set against the dark picture just painted? May it not be that despite
these grave charges and faults, the people of Dominica have benefited
significantly during the regime of the government headed by LeBlanc?
The answer is, No. (Concluded on Page Four)


THE STAR


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ADROCLErS, (Qpn9tjnuef from pare wo)
He has built no houses; to lease :to the working r lasses &t low rental;
he has provided no training opportunities for the thousands of boys and
girls who leave the Primary Schools each year; he has publicly advised
fishermen and landowners to sell their fish and their meat at the
highest prices they can extort from the population; he has made no ef-
fort to stop the. continuous increase in the cost-of-living; he has
placed banana growers in great jeopardy by doing away with insurance
against windstorm damage save in its most devastating form; he has
turned away investors coming to explore the possibilities of investing
in Dominica; he has left large areas of the island without medicil as-
sistance,.for years; he has. allowed the hospitals in Portsmouth, Marigcd
and Grand Bay to become shambles and has done nothing to extend the
one in Roseau despite the hardships endured by the population f r lack
of hospital accommodation; he has left the Northern District without
secondary education facilities and both this District and the Windward
District without electricity; large villages like La Plaine he has left
without a water supply for the 10 years he has been in power; he has
allowed the roads and streets of Dominica to become a reproach to us;
he has done nothing about the-juvenile delinquency problem until a few
weeks before General Election, when he put up a bogus scheme; he has
sought to bring back Dominicans abroad on the pretext that much work
exists here; he has connived with CDC to raise the price of electricity
in Dominica without any justification whatever and without even the
sense to accede to the request 9O CDC to form a jointvcompany between
itself and Government, so that some of this unjustified increase in
price would accrue to the State; he has run Dominica as his own private
-preserve for the enjoyment of himself, his friends, his lackeys and
supporters.
So, here again, we must conclude that 10 years of LeBlanc rule have
brought only suffering and misery to the majority of the inhabitats
for if we consider the progress made during the same period by the other
Associated States to the north and to the south of us, we must admit
that these years have been wasted ones in the national life.
His only answer to the charge of having done next to nothing during
these years is the same stale old story: he has built Heada. Let us
examine this*
When his Government took office in 1961, it found the basis and pat-
tern of the road system laid down by the previous Government. Work had
already started on the roads leading from Roseau to Colihaut, Soufriere,
La Plaine, Castle Bruce and other areas. It found the Transinsular
Road connecting the north and the south already completed. All it has
done since has been to continue what it found already begun and go on
from there. And it has been able to do so because the period is one in
which greater financial assistance has been made available to all the
underdeveloped countries of the world for their development. Thus any
and every Government in undeveloped countries now gets more funds f>r
roads or anything else. it wishes for development. In spite of this,
the LeBlanc Government will be remembered as the Government which al-
lowed the road system of Dominica to degenerate as far as their condi-
tion is concerned.
So in saying farewell to the departing LeBlanc Government, there are
no tears to be shed, or if there are, these must be tears of joy, And
in keeping our date with Destiny on the 26th of October, let us recall
that we have come perilously close to losing those things which we hold
dear and that, perhaps:, this is the last opportunity given to us to
sRve our dear island home from the horrors which threaten it --

"Allons, enfants de la patrie
Le jour de gloire. est arrive"


Satypany Octobe 24 1970


'Vcitrs 'P+ril,"


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NO TWICE
TENDERS 1971


Tenders are invited for the supply of articles and the tndertaking of ser-
vices during the period 1st January, 1971 to 31st Decembor,Y 1971, for all
Government Dcpartments throughout the island as detailed in the Schedule cot
out horounder:-
SCHEDULE A.
Stool rods .-
Corrugated Galvaniozd IJon Shoots
Gelatinous Explosives
Comment
Wator Piping and Fittings
Plywood
Paints,, with recommended primers
Lumber Pitch Pine and lhite Pine
Gasoline
Diosolono
Lubricating Oils and'Greacos
Tyros and Tubes
Koroseno
SCHEDULE B.
Hotor Omnibus Mail and Passenger Service between the totwns of Rosoau and
Portsmouth.
SCHEDULE C.
I.oat (except Frosh Ieat supplied by local butchers)
Fish (except Fresh Fish supplied by local fishermen)
Green Vegetables
Broad
Groceries (wholesale)
Fresh Eggs
N.B. The itoms in schedule C are to be supplied from iLocoau only.
SCHEDULE D.
-- '*-- Chemicals -... .
Insecticides, Fungicides~, Toodicides
Fertilizers
SAnimal Feeds Livestock Farm
2. Conditions of Contract are published below and copies nay be obtained
during the normal working hours from the Ministry of Finance.
Prospective tenderers should carefully note the following:-
(a) The Tenders Board will givo preference to local materials and products
provided their quality is satisfactory
(b) Tenders for 1971 which should be in scaled envelopes and addressed
The Chairmcian#,
Tenders Board,
Ministry of Finance,,
Roseau,
should reach the Iinistry of Finance not later than 4..00 p.n. on Friday
27th November 1970.
COlIDITIONS.OF CONTRACT

1. All articles must be of unquestionably good quality either according to
samples submitted, or to the specified rate at which the contract has been
accepted, and must in very case be subject to the approval of the officer in
charge of the Institution supplied.


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2. Every article to be delivered at any place as nay be requiired within the
limits of the Town of Roccau, and, or Portsmouth in the required quantity
free of charge and at such tine as may be required. Delivery, however., nay
be taken at the Contrcr sa chop or works should the Department concerned so
desire.
In case of failure to supply any article at the time required, or if the
article is not of satisfactory quality any such article. shall be purchased
by the Government in the best market at the Contractor's cost.
3. Any article supplied that is not of approved quality shall be removed
front the Dopartnent within a reasonable time after notice to the effect has
been served on the Contractor or his agent, and in the case of failure to
comply such article nay be returned at the Contractor's ez cnse.
4. Incroaces in contract prices will not be allowed during the contract pe-
riod, except in cascs whore the price of an article is controlled by Govern-
nont and rises above the contract price.
Any expenditure necessarily incurred in excess of contract rates, or for
whichh a Contractor othcriiise becomes liable, may be recovered by deduction
to be nade from any nonoys that maa be due or becoces'duo to him in respect
of his contract with th6 Government and, failing recovery of such amounts in
th1o above stated manner, the Contractor's suroties will be hold liable for
any loss resulting to the Government.
5. Samples of articles tendered for should as far as possible be lodged at
the ministry of Finance at the tine of transmitting the tender for such
articles. Samples of supplies accepted by the Tenders Board nay be retained
by the Government during the tern of contract.
6. It is to be distinctly'understood that the price tendered for each article
is to be wholly inclusive, due allowance being nado by the Contractor for any
Customs Duties or other charges connected with the articles supplied, and
that the Governmnnt will not be liable for any pay~nont additional'to the
price specified in the Tenders, for barrels, bags, packagos, tins, or for any
drawback in respect of Customs Duties, etc.
7. Any neglect or failure on the part of the Contractor to supply any articles
contracted for, will, at the options of the Tenders Board,. render such Con-
tractor liable to have hisd contract terminated without.notice..
8. The Government reserves the right of accepting the whole or any portion of
Each Tender and does not bind itself to accept the. lowsot or any Tend6r.
9. Details, specifications and estimated requirements for the contract period
nay-be obtained from the relevant Ministries or Departments..
10. Brands of items nust be indicated in every possible case and whore brands
cannot be given, the country of origin must be stated.

11. Roquirenonts nay fluctuate, hence there can be no guarantoo of fixed
quantities at any particular tine.

12. The Government reserves, the right to order through the Crown Agents for
Ovcrsoas Governments and Administrations or from any source outside Dominica
any of the articles contracted for,

C.A. SOrILAIlDO
Financial Secretary

MIinistry of Finance,
15th October, 1970.
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of the blood circulation.
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The True Life Story of a Self-made, Fezrlesl and
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SaturdayL October 24, 1970 TIE STAR Page Eleven
IIHOUSE OF ASSEMBLY ELECTIOJ-- 1970
*.. '..ELECTION BULLETIN IO." 7
Each votor-having reached his correct polling station will be asked his
nanc, address and occupation by the presiding officer who is in charge of tho
station. This is done so as to identify furly the voter, as it may happen
that two persons with the caneo'surnae and Christian nameos ay appear on the
samn lists. On the other hand, it is cetrcmly unlikely that two different
persons with the same names, addresses and occupations would occur in the sane
district.
As soon as it is found that the voter's namen address and occupation appear
on the list of electors, the poll clerk who is assistant to the presiding
officer, will enter the v'otcr's name in the poll book and put a consecutive
number opposite his nanmc.
The presiding officer will then take a ballot paper with counterfoil
attached, onter the voter's consecutive number in the list of electors on the
counterfoil1 and initial the ballot paper in the space provided for that
purpose.
The ballot paper will hive printed on it, the nanos of the candidates
arranged in 6aphabotical order. Opposite the namce will be symbols placed
according to a pro-arranged order decided on by the Supervisor of Elections.
The presiding officer will show the voter how to mark the paeor and how to
fold it so that only his initials and the counterfoil can be seen, but so that
all the candidates ncics are hidden.
The voter must then go into the polling booth, which will be a space
screened off from view He must make a cross and nothing else with a black
lead pencil in the space containing the name and symbol of the candidate for
whom he wishes to voto.
If he puts a cross against the name of more than one candidate, if he 'akos
a mark other than a cross or with something other than black lead pencil, his
ballot will be rejected.
Aftor'maling his cross, the voter must then fold his'ballot paper as in-
structed, and return it folded to the presiding officer, who in full view of
the voter and all others in the station will rmcove the counterfoil and put
the ballot in the ballot box.
The reason for the removal of the counterfoil by the presiding officer is
to ensure that the voting is completely secret. There is no number on the
ballot paper which is placed in the ballot box. Theiofore there will be no
'noans of knowing for which candidate an elector has voted.
The voter must then without delay leave the polling station.
.. .. V^i. IISTON-
6Ot-i/I. ._ Suporvisor of Eleoction.-
ELECTION BULLETIN ITO. o
In this final bulletin before" election day -- monday, 26th October, 1970, I
wish to onumerate soeo of the'chief points in which the co-6poration of all
election officers, candidates, agents and electors is asked, so that these
elections nay be successful.
Candidates and agents must not accompany eloctors into the polling stations
and attempt to persuade then to vote in their favour, Up to a distance of 100
yards from the polling station the electors must be fr6o front any interferdnce
by candidates and/or lhcir agents. Presiding officers, candidates, agents,,
please follow these laws strictly.
Eloctors, please locate your polling station earjy. Thcse are marked with
large notices, and lists of electors are posted up there. Make it a point of
finding out if your nane is on the list.
Employers of labour: rencabcr that, by law,1 your workers are entitled to be
absent front work for oTo hour in -addition to the normal rid-day meal hour.
Owners of liquor shops and proprietors of clubs please note that between
7 a.n. and 5 p.m. no intoxicating liquor shall be sold or offered for sale.
This means that in order to comply with the law you should close y6ur liquor
shops and clubs between 7 a.n. and 5 p.m.
(Concluded on Page 1Telve).





Po ,,.tYJ .. THE STAR Saturda, October 24. 1970
DOIMTICA BANANA GROWErS ASSOCIATION -AP "TOM a THiE PEOPLE I
C A U T I 0 I an launching an appeal to the
Smany thousands of Dominicans who at
SAFE LHNDLING OF A L D R IT T JITHE- one time or other during the thirty-
FIED .nine years that I served ny home-land
A nixturo of ALDR3IN and ground lino, as a teacher, cane under my guidance
stono is being supplied to banana It is with a feeling of pride that
growers for use in replinting against I look upon the achiovomonts. Among
Banana Borer infestation, the rmany are cuch intellectuals as
Edward and Jennor Armour, Keith
ALDRIN is a highly poisonous sub- Alleyno, Rov. Phillip Potter, Helen
stance which causes very serious harm Stovens, Joshua Lloyd and hosts of
when taken into the human body. others whoso service to mankind is al-
When ALDRIN mixture is used in the nost universal. SpacoA and urgency
field the chief danger is SKIN CONTACT. will not permit me td list more.
To you, ,_y pooplad, who live in the
Breathing in the mixture is also State todCy, I venture- to appeal.
dangerousn. Our StatO of Dorinica has entered
WIITH APPLYING upon a very 6citical stage, and it is
Sour thinlcing, jsreasjoning and praying
DO NOT LET THE 1XTUE- COI.E INTO for guidance from God above that will
CONTACT WITH THE BAE SITIT IN ANY onablceit to go through this present
UAY. crisis, and place Dominica, our bo-
USE GLOVES IF POSSIDLE., OR USE A loved country, upon the path of prosa
SPOON OR OTHER IMPLEI1EITT. perity in things, spiritual, ethical,
ALSO USE A FACE COVERING. A HAND- economical and othorwiso.
ERICHIEF TIED OVER THE HOSE AID The crumbling of the past Labour
.MOUTH IS VALUABLE. Governimnt has revealed the inability
AFTER APPLICATION of the past loaders to govern aright.
Perfidy and corruption raised their
.WASIH HANDS AND FACE AID OTHER EX- ugly heads in tine to prevent us from
POSED PARTS THOROUGHLY WITH SOAP continuing with a Government that
-ANlD WATER. would eventually founder our State.
LOTHING SHOULD BE IKPT APAR. T AND Thanks to Stovens,, DuCrcay and Mabel
ALSO THOROUGHLY WASHEDI James, through whoso quick action,
STOPGE \ catastrophe has been averted. To ask
us to vote any of those persons back
IEEP IN TIGHTLY CLOSED CONTAINERS into Government is an insult to our
IAR~ED POISON COMPLETELY OUT OF intelligence.
REACH O76iVLDREN". "Power corrupts, absolute poor
17th October, 1970 A.D. BOYD corrupts absolutely."
S Genoral I1ahagor If we cxaciine the lineup of the
S- three parties who now offer themsolves
ELECTIO;1 BULL5IN NO. 8 (fr. P. 11) to be our Sorvants for the ehsuing
five years,'woe will seo that the only
Lists giving the exact location of one capable, efficient and reliable
each polling station arc available at party is the F17M DOM PARTY.
the offices of the Returning Officers. In that party, wo have persons of
All candidates are asn-d to co-operate high educational and intellectual
by informing electors in their dis- ability with integrity three or more
trict at which polling station they University Graduatoes, a highly qua-
aro to go to cast theirvvote. Each lifiod journalist, a qualified Accoun-
polling station will have a largo tant, three or noro sdilled farmers
placard placed outside marked "POLLING who have boon contributing to the
STATION" for the information of the economy of the State. Notel EVERY OE
voters. CAN STAND OIT IIIS OQT IS NOT A YES-IHAI.
V.I. UIIISTON In a Financial crisis, many of them
602-i.i/1 Suporvi.sor of c6C t!ons. can forego their salary and even mnak
c -loans to Governmnnt. Are not these
sufficient reasons why ALL should VOTE FREEDOM?
Romember: "The old order changeth, yielding place to now;
And God fulfils Hinsolf in many wayas,
Lest.one good custom should corrupt the World."
VOTE FREEDOM VOTE THE HIAND. AROLD E.A. RIC\HARDS.





Saturday, O)C -uber -,. -J- l^Artot


NOTICE
TE 1DEPS FOR THE SUPPLY OF UiIJFORMS
Tenders are invited for the supply
of uniforms for Customn and Excise Of-
ficors and other Officers in the 1`inor
and'Subordinate Grades of the Public
Service as follows:
r
TROUSERS
Custom and Excise Officers -
Navy Blue, 55% terrylno,, 45%
worsted
Other Officers Dark Blue, lower
torrylene content acceptable
-lochanical Oprators,. Port -
Khki
SHIRTS
Customs and Excios Officers -
White 'Short Sloeeves t6rrylono/
cotton, shoulder straps, two
pockets with flaps
Other Officers'- Light blue,
shoulder stMOp., two pockets with'
flaps
I-cchanical Operators, Port -
Khaki, two pockets r ith flaps
SHOES
Black
BLACK PEAK CAPS
RAINCOATS of the Lumber Jacket Type
Supplies must be available within
two months of the auard of tendersa
Tenders which should be in sealed
envelopes with samples of fabrics for
garnents and clearly marked "Tanders
for Uniforms" should.be addressed
The Chairmani'
Tenders Board,
Ministry of Faa.o,
Rose au*
and should reach the 1Uliiitry of Fi-
nance not later than 11.00 am. on
Saturday 28th November,' 19701 '
Further particulars can be obtained
from their I.inistry of Finance.
Government does not bind itself to
accept any tender.
A.B. LAZA~TE
For Financial Secretary.
M.P. F4/79
14th October, 1970.
G.i186
593-1/1I


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ON THE LIGHITEI SIDE OF THINGS
BY THE GHOST OF SI AIID G
Duck Babyl Mind your head Look out
or all this mc'puis that's flying in
ill directionsJ Take care you don't
Set hit., Iy oars are like windnilla
trying to catch all that's going
'oundt Bot you never tried looking in
two directions'at once it's real hard
I can tell you. All of us are so
bazzoodoo already with all these nmchod
ap hats, and clocks ticlkng all over
the place, not -o mention the vie sal
tennis shoe ....o ........**
... And taJling of sones have you
seen how the Roseau people are twistir,
and shaking to the groovy sounds of the
Motors. Yes nan 'they are joining the -
swinging soulstors all over the island
Shaking away to. "Frodon Street" our -
banned (but don't nind that) popular
song ...,.....,-
Take thc.es chains from off our foot
And lot's go marching
Down Froodonm troot .....
Isn't that hhr it goes? Some people
dontt even kou but they'sing and swing
all the scanc I toll you, you should
drop by to se 'old granhyr doing roggoa
and waltzing all in oneo It's her own
thing I
****** ** *** *
And tlhre is somn neow for ground
pilots vijTh your largo racing numbers
and psych kiically coloured cars. Youo;
are outlaws Yes it's in black and
white in the Official Gvaotto. Special
permission nust be obtained to paint
any flowers or'equivalent objects on
motor vehicles. Believe it or notl
That's what I call curbing our artistic
talent. What do you say?l
Anyway the brain is running low on
fuel and it's a good iile or two to the
nearest braiAn st'tionJ So \'11 be zoom-
ing away .......t
And as they say on the big sound of
the Caribbean "until noxt week be good
for it's Rog'er andd out 'I"
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BISHOP OF TBLARj DOS TO VISIT
On Mon. 26th ho 'Anglican Bishop
of Barbados and lira. Evans will visit
Dominica for a wooek as the guests of
Rev. Fr. Wyatt and IrI's. Wyatt. Wo
wish them a happy stay' here.


Congratulations to Bishop Arnold
Boghaort on the attainment'of his 50th
birthday on Jodnoeday last, and
wishing him a long and blessed life.




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OT 0 T I C E'
GEIMIEAdL CULTURAL SCHOLARdSIIIP SCHEME
1971 -2
GOVERNMENT OF I1TDIA AkWAPJS
Under the General Cultural Scholar-
ship Schome for 1971-721 the Government
of India is offering a limited number
of scholarships to students from the
Tcast Indo t for studios in Indian Uni-
veraitics/eosoarch Institutions.
2. FIELDS OF STUDY: Priority of consi-
dorrtion wil2fbe given to applicants in
the following fields:-
IIodiciino
Building and Construction (For teaching
posts)
Hotor Mechanics (For teaching posts)
Civil rngineocring
Electrical Engineering
Veterinary Surgery
Forestry (B.Sc.)
Incls trial Cheoistry.
5. OBLIGATION TO GOVEPJ-.TT : Succcssfu:
applicants wifl be required to enter
into a bond to serve the Government of
Dominica for a specified period on com
plotion of their course of studies.
4. CLOSING DATE: Applicatiohn (in lot-
tor'rorrm) should be sent to th6 Secret
ary,, Public Service Commission, Rosaau
and should reach her not later than
27th October, 1970
All other information in connection
with the above awards may be obtained
drom the Edncation Division of the Miz
istry of Education and Health, Roseau,
E. ITICHOLLS
SECRPTJAEY
PUBLIC SERVICE. COIIIISS ION
P.S.c. 5/5
10th' October, 1970,
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is my fervent hope that
good use of it,


For the last ton years Dominiea,,,
like many other Caribbean States, had
been subjected to anything but good
Government. Under the present Conoti-
tution citizens are supposed to onjoy
certain freedoms and Civil Liberties
but thes6ofroodois and liberties have
been eroded by the introduction of op-
pressive legislation whi-ch is designed
to keep the present regime in pder at
the expense of the electorate.
However, it is somewhat heartening
to oee that at lng last the eyes of
theoelecto:ato are wide open to the-
antics of LecDlanc and company., Doth
factions are finding it rather diffi-


SMITH CASTOR OIT.TOP cul# to get across their message and
.. will encounter greater difficulties as
ICstors Gerald Smith and Eardley J. eclction day approaches. They had
Castor topped the list of passes in their day and it is the opinion of
he M ddle Manageoent In-eorvice many that the time is now ripe for a
Course exam. held at iTUoloy Iigh change, may Labour rest ik peace and
School in August. Other successful lot Frooedo prevail.
candidates were Mr. Gilmour E, ..
Robinson, Mr. Ernest ., Andre and Mrs, GERALD WALDRON
Anntto .E. Robinson..... ho -o::,mination TOPICAL THOUGHT
wa conducted by U..I. Tutors. ----
S eor V #um* rs. --Wollfancy giving money to the Governma
TALKING POITT Might as vell have put it down the drain.
Man is but a'rood, the weakest Fancy giving money to the Govcrnnentl
thing in nature, but"ho is a thinking Nobody will oee the stuff again, -
rood. PASCAL..
S HERBERT


PPfEPAPRIIG FOR TIE CHANGE
Next IIonday Dominicans are oepecccd
to gs to the Polls to elect cloven re-
presentatives of their choice to guide
their destinies and to manage the af-
fairs of the State for another fivo
years.
There are those in this onlightoa4
age who say that they are not con-
corned with politics; they don't care
who wins the election; whatever good
cones, I rill share in it. So far so
,good but may"I take this opportunity
to remind tham that there comes a time
when every righ'-thinking Citizen must
oemrgo from I'behind the scone", and
stand up so that. h. can be counted.
In sone countries of the wdrld the
ordinary citizens are denied the right
to elect the representatives of their
choice. If we should take Rhodesia as
an example' l r would find that millions
of Nationals dare not set foot 14 a
L Polling Station lot alone casting a
vote. We have overcome this hurdle
and I think it is a wonderful privilogo
SDemoctacy has afforded us in these


11,T STAPAR





TIH STAR Satuday October 24, 1970


S *T*A*R*S*P*O*R*T*S
EIERAPLDS STOP CELTIC UNITED
The long awaited clash'-btween rival
teams Celtic United and Enoralds left
much to be spokdo of when 'Eneralds
brought the curtain down oh Celtics so
far unbeaten record this season with a
goal each front Augustus aMd Larocque
before a large crowd at the Windsor
Park on Thursday. Celtic United went
into the attack from the offset but met
with a stonewall Emeralds' defence in
the way. There wore some lively ox-
changos in mid-field but Emeralds had
to wait until the twentieth minute for
their first reward; Augustus moved
swiftly into a lobbor in the Celtic
goal area and sent a tame left-footer
past Fergus who appeared to have been
caught on the wrong foot. After some
spasnodic raids and some fine saves by
Fergus, it was skipper LaRocque who
sealed the win for Eomralds with a
well-timed shot minutes before the in-
terval. It was all Emeralds for the
bettor part of the second half but
scoring chances wont a-boe:ing on both
sides leaving an enthusiastic crowd
wth a goalless second half
On Saturday last Spartans boat
Santos 4-2 in a match which saw injury
to Dominicals No. 1 player Lennox
Enanuol; this means that ho '11 he out
of action for a couple of bioths in-
cluding the Pophan Tournancht.
On SUnday Harloe Rovers "nad light
work of Blackburns and went on a goal
feast to win 7-NIL,
Meanwhile the following players have
been called up for Trials in prepara-
tion for the 1970 Popham Tournarnnt to
be hold in Grenada next-.mohth (the
catches start today and Sundaya -
TEA-4 A:M Fastin (Capt.), Williams, RenA
Tspartns), Dewhurst, Dorival (Black-
buuns), Moridesire, Prosper (Emeralds)
Ckristopherj Murphy (Celtic United),
R, Williams, Elwin, A. Charles,-.Bw .
Charles (Saints), A. Solomon (S.II.A.),
O. Joseph (Harlem Rovers).
TEAM B:
Cecil LaRocque (Capt.),'Augustus,
Kentish (Emeralds), Jno.BDptiste, M "
Aisles (Celtic United), I. Carrington,
D. Hurtault, P* Horsford, C. Casimiir
(Spartans), 4. Aaron, H. fimanuel, I.
Benoit, H. Jackson (Ier1im Rovers),
G. Toussaint (Santos), D. Simpsong
(Saints)


S HEIT YOU GO TO THE POLL
RE1IIEIBER TIE SEDITIOUS LAII.,
THAT LEBLATC "SIIUT YOUR MOUTH BILI":
REMEMBER IT IS MISS CHARLES WHO SAVED
DOHI aIICA
SHE IS STILL ALIVE -'HER PEN IS 1.IGHTY,
8O "VOTE EUGENIA CHARLES" *..
"VOTE FREEDOM"
Sont in by EC, Loblak.
*
VOTE 'EaLY; O1lE -CROS X ONLY; VOTE 'ND
.. .. .. t. .
lQUEDLEC GT7GSTERS
MONTREAL -- Itrdord' Quebec Labour Iinu-
ister Piorre rLaPborte, kidnap victim of
French Libora'ion Iiovoncnt extremists,
was strangled to death by the chain of
the crucifix he uore aroudnd his nock.1c.I
Gross is zsill missing, and a massive
sc&aia gI Jl 'ianhuaritr 'is on.
*. .-- w' .' -<
CARIIBBEAI{ EiIPLOYERS FEDERATION
returning front the tenth Annual
General Mooting of the Caribbean Em-
ployers Confederation held in Guyanc
from the 14 October, 1970 were Messrs.
P.A. Rolle and.C.A. Burton dologates,
and Messrs. E.P. Shllingford and C.A.
Bellot observers.
The Prsideont of the CEC, Mr. G.L.
Challonor'Cof Barbados) and the Vice
President, I~Tcsrs,. Llewellyn VorlW
of Bermuda and Denis de Vertouil (of
Trinidad) uore all unanimously re-
elected for further year. Mrs.
Diana Maitabir wa" appointed Chief
Executive' of fie r.'"

MANSLAUGHTER: charge against Calabash
nRn ZM&ager Alfred MIagloire in death of
Ro LeBland .has.n e.en. reducedd from murder
to manslaughter.
LOCKING T9iE STABLE AFTER....
Dominica Labour Party (Presg Ducreay)
met Wednesday and--expelled E.O, LeBlanc
by motion atd fiv6v colleagues: Anelo -
Bellot, WII:i.u&.ney. and Walter Gozed
movd th&' resolution. ...
*- -- ,*- 9-- -*-** 'f -
BARCLAYS PACKING UP
KINGSTON, JAIIICA -- Barclays Bakl
D.C.O., the only British Bank operate -
ing in Jamaica, is to become a local
Bank, it was announced recently, A
local company will eventually offer
51 per cent of its share holding to
Jamaican inVo6 stors.'.


PRINTED AND Published by Robert E Allfrey, Proprietor, of St. Aroment, Dominica
at 26 Bath Road, Roseau, Dominica, TheWest Indies.


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SI LET FREEDOM by J.R, Ralph Casirir


Lot Froodon praise
the groat GOD Alari'hty
Who-'ado r~3 non'frooe
To Him, thle Crcators we owe service
bcforoe above all others, created.
Lot Froodon .
II
Lot Froodom rule
our thoughts, vwords and deeds
to think veoll of othios;
to spack with ton-suos7, untiamnolled,
againEt wrong always and unafraid;
to do the right irrespective of race or crood or class.
Lot Freodom .
III
Lot r'ooedOn reign
in hearts of non
for friend and foo,1
for the uplifted and the downtrodden,
for Brotherhood in love peace and unity.
Let Freedom .
IV
Let Freedom ring
throughout D o n i n i c as
on Diablotins,, Paix Bouches, rois Pitons,, Capucin, Cachacrou;
in valoe and' dals;
in the Valloe of Desolation;
on the plains of Grande Savano, Trois Biton;
on the beaches of 'Calibishie, Castle Eruce, Ilerooe Prince Ruport,
o0iucri,
Let Froodon .

Lot Froodom Rivers -
three hundrod and sixty-five -
wash the tongues vile and uncharitable;
wash the hands stained with diabolic doods;
wash the feet treading on dangerous paths;
wash the heads burdened with vain inaginations.
Lot Froodom .
VI
Lot Freedom .
roodom to 'worship the Father of the UniVerse.
rcodom to nove unrestrictd, unmolostod( 'unashanod.
oreodon to uttor words of truth and wiCdb61f,
chastising the unruly, tho tyrtat,
the traitor, the inrrato.
Froodom to feed the hungry, to help the helpless, to uplift the
lowly,
Lot Freedom .
VII
Lot Froodon .
Man born free .
Man live free .
Man die froo .-
Let reodom .


Su-oloonons (i)


S t d Octob 24 -1 0


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- Suppl~cn(iV (iil YI. STA R 3,0 tuyccl1q^b(, S TA.1ZQ,
.... NOTICE
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY ELECTIONSS)
The following sections of the House of'Assenbly (Elections) Ordinance, Cap.
183 of the Revised Laws of Do6inica, 1961, are hereby published for the infor-
rati-on of the general public.
46. (1) In addition to the presiding--officer and the poll clerk, the candi-
dates and one agent for each candidate in each polling station, the con-
stable on duty, and no others shall be perrittcd to remain in n the polling
station during the tine the poll roerins open:
Provided that no candidate and his agent shall be in the same polling sta-
tion at the-sane tienofor nore than five consecutive minutes.
57.. (1) No intoxicating liquor shall be sold, offered for sale or given
away, at any promises situate in any electoral district in which an election
is being held and to which a licence issueA under the Liquor Licences Or-
dinance applies, at any tine between the opening and the closing of the
poll on polling day -
(2) No intoxicating liquor shall be supplied to any person at any pronises
situate in any electoral district in which an election is being hold and'to
which a licenco issued under the Registration of Clubs Ordinance applies,
at any tine between the opening and the closing of the poll on polling dar.
(3) Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of either of the two
last preceding subsections shall be liable on sunnary conviction to a-fino
of five hundred dollars"or to imprisonment for six nonilii.
(4) In this section, "intoxicating liquor" has the sane meaning as is as-
signed to the expression in'tho Registration of Clubs Ordinance.
60. (1) No person shall furnish or supply any loudspeaker, bunting, ensign,
standard, or set of colours, O.r any other flag, to aily person with intent
that it shall be carried, uorn or used on notor'cars, trucks or other ve-
hicles, as political propaganda, on polling day, and no person shall, with
any such intent, carry, wear or use,'on notor cars, trucks or other vo-
hicl6s, any such loudspeak6r, bunting, ensign, banner, standard, or set of
.colours, or any other glag, on polling day.
(2) No person shall furnish or supply any flag, ribb.ori, label or like favour
to or for any person with intent that it should be uorn or used by any per-
son within any electoral district-on polling day, as A party badge-to dis-
tinguish the wearer as the supporter of any candidate, or of the political
or other opinions entertained or supposed to be entertained by such candi-
date; and no person Shall use or wear ank flag, ribbon, label, or other
favour, as such badge, riithin any electoral district on polling day.
(4) Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of this section shall
be liable on sunnary conviction to a fine of one thousand dollars or to
imprisonnont for one year.
61. (1) Subject to the provisions of subsection (2) of this section, during
the hours when the poll is open'upon election day no person shall asscoblo
or congregate within one hundred yards of any building in which is situate
any polling station.
(2) This section shall not apply --
(a) to any electors who'are awaiting to poll their votes at such polling
station and who obey any instructions which nay be given by the presi-
ding officer or any constable for the purpose of forming a queue with
other electors also so waiting; or
(b) to any person who nay under the provisions of this Ordinance lawfully
enter or remain in such polling station,
(3)Every person who contravenes or fails to comply with any of the provi-
sions of this section shall be guilty of an offence against this section
and shall be liable on sunnary conviction thereof to a fine of two hundred
and forty dollars or to inprisonnont for six months or to both such fine
and such inprisonnnt,.


(Concluded on Suppleaent (iii))
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Saturday, October TE STA' Suplo-nt (.ii
HOUSE OF ASSE1MBLY ELECTI01S frontn supplement, (ii)
62. (1) During the hours that the poll is open 'upon election day no Prson
shall upon any public road or in any public place within one hundred yards of
any building in which a polling station is situate seek to influence any
elector to vote for'any candidate or to ascertain for what candidate any
elector intends to vote or has voted.
2. The public is hereby reaqustod to co-operato,
File ITo. H19/15/64 D.H. PHILBERT
Date : 20th October, 1970 CHIEF OF POLICE
* .1y 6 i/ -* --
UNITED ITATIONTS 25 YEARS OLD TODAY Dy San -W. Morris
When one beconos 25 years old, it is generally assumed that manhood has boon
achieved. When a:worldwide organization such as the United Nations reaches
the sacac birthday, it can be equally assumed that it has survived all the:
vicissitudes of growing up, and has justified entitlonent to continued years
of service to mankind.
Back in 1945, as World Uar Two ended and war-weary countries looked hope-
fully to rehabilitation and recovery, the United nations was born at San
Francisco. Fifty countries signed the charter on Juno 26 of that year, '1Tow a
quarter of a century later and with nenbership expanded to 127 countries (Fiji
beca2no the 127th last week), the United Nations is observing its 25th birth-'
day, heartened by the knowledge that, despite its acknouledgod imperfectiQns,
it has succeeded whereas the League of Nations, its prodoc'ssor, had failed.
The United Nations concentrated its efforts on a series of anniversary
events which started irth nany of the U.N. delegations attending a celebration
in San Francisco in June to nark the signing of the charter in 1945. Next
cano the convocation of a Uorld Youth Assenbly under U.1. sponsorship. Youth
from all over the world uet in New York in July for a session that gave then
an opportunity to express their views on problems that will affect their fu-
turo livos.
Finally, heads of state or government including The Primo Ministor of.
Britain are now in How York attending a commemorative session of the U.I.
General Assnebly. al ny of those governmental leaders addressed the Assenbly
during plenary sessions prior to the formal opening of the Assembly on October
24, observed universally as United Nations Day.,
The connonorativo session will serve as an occasion for loaders to reaffirm
the faith of their governnonts and peoples in he purposes and principles of
the U.N. Charter; renew their pledges to help maintain international peace,
security and understanding; preserve friendly relations among nations; con-
tinue global co-operation to solve economic, social, cultural and humanitarian
problems; and encourage respect for hunan rights and fundamental frecdon for
all without distinction as to rdce, sex, language or religion.
"Peace, Justice and Progress," opitonizing the main objectives of the
United Nations, is the theme of the worldwide anniversary observance.
The year 1970 is also significant because it narlks the end'of the First
Development Decade, adoption of ..the Second Dovoboppent Decado, and proclana-
tion of a disarnamnent decad.'
Other important anniversaries of U.N. agoncios'this year are o- the 25th
birthday of the Food and Agriculture Organization, the International Bank for
Reconstruction and Doveloipnnt (World Bank), and the International Monetary
Fund; the 20th anniversary of the World Meteorological Organization; the 10th
anniversary of the Internatiohal Developnont Association; and the signing of
the declaration on the granting of independence to colonial countries and
peoples.
The year is being observed as ritdrnationia Edfucatioi Yoba. '- USIS '

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
I honour the nan who in the conscious discharge of his duty dares to stand
alone:s the world, with ignorant, intolerant judgment ndy condcnn, the counten-
ances of relatives may be averted, and the hearts of friends grow cold' but
the sense of duty done shall be swoeter than the applause of the world, the
countenances of relative, or the hearts of friends. CIIHALES SUM1ZER






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LATN SOULIER
T6 ni yon tonps?
Chapoau la t6 nouf
Apr'os tops faite, tbmnps pass6'
Chapoau la vioux.
Ca chamboz paus ye:.
Pous hoticz
Yo tired Armour.
Yo tired To Bolon
Yo td Cas gardez chapeau la
Chapoau la dochirdl.
Buffalo dit
E cas 'ranger
Oliver dit
LeBlanc epi Armzour
C.est dosporado
C ost Comminis
Yo movais
Yo Pa ko stop
Yo Pa kos satisfait
Armour Td Riche
LoBlanc T'te dur
Yo doux soxed
En Soulior Sale
Con yo ontrdf
Lang la dochird
,Achuollonent
Y"n2 ca gaddoz lot
Mais touted cos Armour vini
Pous pwon ces gros position la
Yo Jick fait
LoBlhnc dotish.
Cos non dangirozi
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NOTICE
ESTABLISHMENT OF IE..I COURT
It is notified for gdnoral ihforra-
tion that a second Court las boon es-
tablished in District "E"'.
The Court which is scheduled to con-
nonce operations on Octob6r 27th, 1970,
will deal with Traffic Offences,'
Affiliation and Maintonance Cases and
Juveniles.
The Court is situated on the
Northern side of the lower floor of the
Old 1-liiistcrial Building in High
Street,
Mrs'. Mona Rigsby Janos who has boon
appointed Magistrato, will preside over
this Court.

A.C.B. 'ATTY
Permanent S ecroft'ay,
ministry of Hone Affairs.
File No. HI19/15/81
22nd October, 1970.
G.1088, 609-1/1


PAS POmTEZ SOUtIER SALE BA ITOUS-
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Mission -LoBlanc, ca ol ka pottez ba nou.s:
Ev< tollomont la pni. tolleonnt la
bouo,
Ou pocor fini traiX6or on daloau
Ou vloz ba nous yon vie' soulior salo 01


Non chef,. a ou 'a ba hous la pis bon
T'en pwie soupl6S fini. l1oscandale
Nous pas viauyiin i non pli vagabond
'Pas vihi bCnoiidi3" 'o 'oulier sa61,*


4 .e Y. F Vr rP P t -
BLAGCK PCOTJEfRTI'OVEIENT ITSTS ITEM
Last Saturday t- Oct. 17.-a new
monthly Journal FLAItEAU was on
sale to the people of Dominica,
The Flamboau is produced by the
Dominica BlacBt Power Iovement.
In the first issue of the Journal
call the "1970 Elections Issue" the
focus was on the "Struggle for Power
in Dominica.""
In the &ront page editorial under
the caption "papior IT'gre" the objec-
tives of the Journal have boon spelt
out,
They arc.t.
(1) "To IUnviov Ourselvos in the
Movenont of The People in their
Own Progross..
(2) To Take Part In The Process of
Getting The People of Dominica
To Think for Thensolves.
(3) To ExScino The Areas of Oppros-
saon In Doninican Society And to
Lay Then Bare For Public Action."[
The Editorial stated that the
FLAMBEAU has deep roots in the culture
of Dominica. It is still used today
in the rural areas of the Island. The
slaves used it to fight for Black
Liberation. And the Caribs use it,
On Wednesday evening at the Dawbinoy
Market there was a public discussion
on the Journal led by JULIAN NJJOHISOIT
WOLSEL LOUIS and OSBORNE RIVIERE, At
that discussion, atotnded by some 150
persons.tho view twas expressed that
FLAMBEAU bocano necessary because of
the absence of a FREE PPESS in Dominica.
It was also emphasized that the
FLAMBEAU aimed at'providing a'nodium
for full dialogue, discussion, and
peoples participation so as to involve
the people of Doninica in the dono-
cratic process.
The Mo.vonont has planned to hold
similar public discussions on the
Journal throughout the island. The
price of the Journal is 100.
FO. RIVIERE
22/10/70


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