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SOET UNDER RUT/Nmy IMOR
FREEDOM MEETING TONIGHT ROSEAU' s Lad;
The Budget and Tax e s will be one of Anaette St.
several interesting masters discussed at respect ard.
Friday (tonight's) 8.30 p.m meeting by new Town Hal
Freedom speakers (Hon Eugenia Charles homeland the
in the Chair). / as a mere ga
..The Budget Debate (likely to be Canadian hel
s9iere and lengthy) starts at Govt. grounds (WiW
H4 at 10 am on Moin. Feb.19. OU not even not
imposition which will seriously af-
fect merchants, small traders aad. 1.W BRITIS
consumers, is the raising of the -..HE.l'.
receipt stamp (tax) from 5 cents to eutative for
10 cents on sales of $5 $50. was here froi
Canadian Save the Children Fund
S3. Vhleantine's Day Feb.14th -.
marked the tenth anniversary of the
SAVE THE CHILDR&i FUtD's foundation
in the Wiidard Islauds. Now, says
Local Representative Dorothy Jules,
the time is ripe when we should be-
gin to help ourselves; at present
all Dominica's young beneficiaries
are aided by overseas friends.0
LSocal spounso-s for another ten.
children and four families who are
on the waiting list are much needed.
(Continuaed._ Page 3)
GOVERNOR HELPSGREGOIRE FUND
Receiving a cheque for the Augustus Gregoire
Memorial Fuhd is Cecil Bramble, DASA Treasur-
er. Background Royston Eilis,Chairman.
S\ 7314r- ?^< w*
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OURED IN GU.ALOUPE
y Mayor, Cou."cillor Mrs.
Hilaire, was accorded all
dignity when she attended
tion of Point, a Pitre *
1 Peeb. 10-11. li her own
RTC is treated shabbily
rbage collector. When a
icopter landed on the RTC
isor Park), our Mayor war?
ified of its reception.
a RKPES& TATIVE VISITS
.M.O. Laird, UK Repres-
the Associated States,
m Feb.10-14, Opposition
Members of the House were not invit-
ed.-fo meet him .save for the Fadelle
who declined. The .Opposition repres-
.eats at least 45% of the State's voters.
* We feel the visitor should not have
been encouraged to ignore them thus.
A Bitter-Sweet Reality
Poem by Garfield Giraud
Another child is born
To an unwed teenage mother
Living in a rented room
In a rat infested Roseau slum.
One more mouth to feed
After a joy-fi!led christening
With plenty of -rum
And the latest calypso music.
But life goes on
Time makes that child an unwed mother
Or another bastard's father
Poverty becomes slum landlord
Crying baby, rats and rum,
: Christening in a rented room
With the latest calypso music:
A bitter sweet reality.
Mabel Alice Caudeiron
In loving memory of our dear mother
who died 2oth February 1968.
-ove's 5ratest 6t, Her Ch emildrenc
A D.V I C E by John Spector
I think it was Lord Chesterfield who wrote to his son: "Advice is
seldom welcome; and those who want it most always like it the least".
This applies very much to Westindian Governments, even from way back
in 1952. That was the time when the Burra Land Usage Report was pre-
sented -- before ministerial government even. Now with independence
for all practical purposes (other than making complete international
idiots of ourselves) and full ministerial government, advice is even
less welcome and more likely to be ignored, With the youngest Minister
the only one with a higher education, three with some secondary school-
ing, tailing off with ministers (acting or otherwise) practically
illiterate, it is all important, that vicee be sought and acted upon.
The Editor has an enormous number of reports on different subjects
relating to Dominica but there has seldom been a report that has been
acted upon. As an example, I have seen a 1955 report by vulcanologist
Robson on the potentialities of the hot springs and Boiling Lake in
terms of thermal power. & release about two years ago informed the
,public that an UN team wepere to investigate the same possibilities -
mn report of their findings was ever published. With the exhaustion
of fossils fuels likely, through technological luxury and war, within
the next century, even the U.S.A. is investigating the use of geothermal
power in Yellowstone Park and other fumerole districts, Dominica's
hydro plants are vulnerable to landslides, flash-flooding and drought,
and diesel plants have to use imported fossil fuels as standby and on
line "temporary" expansion units. Our vaunted 365 rivers, are really
only some ten rivers, 100 dry beds and 255 streams few, if any, of
. these latter could produce as much as one kilowatt of power. That" Is
a personal observation. Doubtless, buried in the archives, is a report
which could confirm this with all the technical data --perhaps C.D.C.
has made, such a survey in the past.
Incidentally it is rumoured that Minister Leslie is tired of sign-
ing things he doesn't, understand and might retire back to Portsmouth,
giving Minister John a chance to be Home Affairs (which means that he
can be judge and jury on Labour affairs, as an active Trade Unionist)
-- and then Parl. Sec, John Ro-yer can have a short spell at Communication
and Works in order to get'a higher pension on retirement from his consti-
tuency (in favour of Finance Minister Armour for the next election),
Waye, Waye, it may be legal, but is it boat in the interest of Dominica
and her citizen taxpayers?
The same query applies to the childish provocation of the Layou
River Hotel incident. Does it benefit Dominica to try and give one of
our few hotels a bad name (one with all-Dominican staff, including the
best cook on the island andy I believe, all-Dominican investment) simply
for reasons which hint at a vendetta? Presumably the poor taxpayer
will have to pay for most of the food contracted for --pelshd lbes for
550 guests, bought, prepared and nearly ready for the buffet?
Government Releases are a subject one could go oA about for a long
time. I have collected quite a series from the Editor. Many of the
releases are of no news value whatsoever, such as "Two Ministers"
(having presumably nothing better to do) "visited/inspected a section
of the Dublanc-Bioche Road" or "the Blenheim-Moore Park feeder road
system.' Just self-aggrandisement, keeping their names before the public.
Another vague one says that the C.T.O. Mr. Lawrence went to Barbados for
three days earlier about a steel beam for the new packing plant. It
stops there, and one does not find out if he has come back, or if he has
got the beam, or if he is. still haggling with the British Development
Division. In other words no follow-up to the story. Another one tells
that the Chief Medicos of the Caribbean met here to discuss, smoking and
mental health PERIOD (although it goes on for over 150 words to say it).
So, what did they decide?
(concluded on page 9 )
Friday, February 16, 1970
~riday February 16, 1973 THE STAR Page Three
READER'S VIEW: Wrong. .and Unmannerly
Dlominioans were shoclfol last Thurs-
day to loern that the Pronier Nr.E 0
Leblano h.d cancelled at' the' last mom-
ont a. weolL-planned an'd pr6parod dinner
ordered by him -for"EiU 350 guests at
the Layou River Hotel.
The reason he gav*', 'wds that the
evening before in the comiphny of Hon-
ourable strangerd, the Hotel that
is to say' the barman first and the
Assistant NM=ager after _- had denied
him a. -ast drink and this he con-
sidered an insult. NTow without going
into the eirotutastaiceb loading to the
incident (which circumstances the
Premier omitted to eiontioh in' his
broadcaat apeeah) 'and accepting the
Premier's version it is .difficult to
see what thia .ihident had to do with
the planned dinner......
It is necessary here to maka an
analogy in order to- hihlight the .
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stupidity and pottihos of one miant SAVE THE CHILDREN (fr. p.1) :-The
1If you have business 'dealings with say; Dominica Branch is having an Anniv.
the firm of J.Astaphaft & CO.' 1970 Ltdi Observance from 18-94 Pebruary.This
you supply them with-vegetables or you begins with religious services .in the
buy their flour for your bakeriy if you Churches on Sun.18th, and on that day
'wont .there one afternoon 'to the ?ar the Governor will broadcast. Monday
for a. drink and tho barman did not sees an Exhibition & Open Week at the
serve you or slighted you, would you Day 1Nursery,Portsmouth, and- a broad-
neott morning cut off all -hsinests cast by Min.Home Affairs; a talk at
dealings with Astaphan's? No you C.U.Hall, Portsanouth by Miss E.Dou-
would not. do that; but-this is what the glas on Child Care (8 pm) Tuesday.
Premier #dd. You would never do that On Weds. the Canadian [National Dir-
,becaus-e you are a mature :nd sensible ector's Message will be read by Miss
person. .What you woixld-probably do is, C.Ollivace at Scotts Head; Thursday
you--would; complain' the matter to the provides a fiTm show by the' Mobile
mana.. bod and ua the saying goes Unit in Portsmouth (8pm); ODen day at
depending, on the 'satisfaction you got Scotts Head takes place on Fri.23rd.
you would decidoeyoiur hoet mov. Anid on Saturday there is a Children's
Surely, you do not expect your Premier garden party (entrance fee 250); and
to behave differently thria you in such a Souse Party with music by Modules.
simple masters of.-oonduct. Even if So, as the Canadian, at.Director says,
ona belongs to the6Shoe Party, he must we should be "making it more and more
admit that a VIP UouldV be Very wrong -to a truly West Indian venture under le-
canaol the dinner ihithout first com*f ership drawn from the islands" and
planning the matter. to tie authorities those who care for children should
of the Hotel. i. .. .' o i contIct Miss Jules at CSCF Office, 9
S.ow 2oa t a1,v a know th.t allHillsboro ugh Street oseau -tl09
ken make_ a.stakesT an4 the av.age. LATE -S2'-8The Galypsonians & the
Xouth- area moreE prone to do so: than ..Carniv -T hav "t l ,e.
adult. Thisa; we accept as a. f~tt of Wrong: "nnnerIy 6roco.l -o-
life. We: also expect from a.man who the largest, newest hotel in Dominica;
offendusus: an offer of apology, This nd like a wrell-brought-up-child, he
is a-. mark, of civilization. We teach made: a rritt6en apology to the Premier
our little ones to say 'Sorry and the following morning. Youwould of
Thank You course think that- the- Premier would-
I am sure you will agree with me accept the youizgnan's apology. HIo,,h
that compared to the Premier, the didn't. We the people of Dominica now
Assistant Manager of the Layou Eiver expect the Preoier to do no less .tha the
Hotel, ia. a:child, being only 22-years sensible As ifl fnasor and offer-hs sin-
.81. and already Asst. Manager .i col re poles for un'ecom.nS conduct
.OUI quickly lO. CHAvLESed be Josg. ph
f Id TOULST J1O. CHL St.Jasoph.
Friday February 16, 1973
*Lmndn0an rout-rns to oui' colurm s with this article uritton just
...... ore oin off .
TOURISTS AiD OUR EIBVIR01\1EN'T by LAIDSMA ,..
Sometime agoI'.I- listened with great interest to a radio -talk
between Daniel Caudeiron anda -Herb Hiller, of the Caribbean-Travel -l
Association, and I .was very much in accord both with Mr.' Cauideiron's
.questions:and with Mr. .Hiller's suggestions, as to the direction tourism
might take.here. For, having spent four years in the Virgin IslaAds:
:and having seen the travesties that have.-been created" of-those' islands
by.uncontrolled and excessive tourism built around a stereotyped image
of what a Caribbean holiday is supposed to be, .1 became 'very sceptical
of the ultimate benefits of tourism at all, for it seemed to me an
industry which very quickly destroyed the roots of an island's culture
and life. style.
There are, however, definite benefits which we all' recognize, and
the point. I would like to make is that tourism should be, above all
By .control, I. mean several things. First, sheer numbers.. While
at present the hotels can accommodate many more tourists then they do,
they ought, to make sure how much they can absorb without stress, and
try to stay as. a group) under some sort of agreement, within.these
confines. This is not to say. that new guest houses etc., 'should not be
-thought 6f," but for- the island's general welfare, some ultimate ceiling
ought to be realized. Sheer numbers, assuming that eventually this
Should, occur,...would quite easily destroy-the island's very.character,
.and leave ultimately a. wake Of debris behind, to which the tourist him-'
self would no longer return, seeking only to 'find newer and more peace-
ful spots;' .as in all .tourists there lurks (st.ill)-a latent desire to
Perhaps a clear approach should be made to the.potential tourist
beforehand, so that he is well aware of what to .expect. and. consequently,
.nly those people who are sincerely interested in, the outdoor life, who
don't wish t&. indulge in senseless buying or' ceaseless nightlife-will
be the. people who will elect to come. Thus the wheat can be convenient-
ly separated from the chaff prior to arrival- the.-presence of those who
do come 'will not override and destroy an inherent culture b. forcing it
:,to seek false values for its own, entertainment.
These really are the points I wished to make, for it. seemed to me
that those tourists who come to a place with a .'sincere desire to. see and
:bserve, who make every effort 'to fit in" with local rulegoa.d customs,
who do not make unreasonable demands., are those one-part with regret.
These' I feel are the type of people Dominica- should try to, attract.
As, Mr. Hiller .observed, people interested in these..things so .far
have tended to come from an income bracket which has enabled, them to .
observe objectively, and work constructively against, the environmental
crises in their own home countries, &alid who consequently will .treat an.
unpolluted one with greater respect. 'It i's an axiom that .if high saan-
dards are set, they. are far easier'to maintain ..which pehaps has, been
ne. of.the tragOdies of the other, islands.
Dominicai-s .in a unique position to start off at the head-of the'
.scle. .It is unspoiled anad this is something that has become more
and more rare. "Other'islands1 fragile beauty has been trampled and
ruined past' recall for the sake-- of 'mass tourism'. This should not
happen here.. A pride .in one 's own home state should be kept- and main-
tained, and if, as Mr..Hiller suggested, .everyone felt that he -.artici-
pated -and: was,, in a sense, a host, there would be interest and concern,
and benefit on all sides behefJIting. the island generally.
It perhaps is likely that-:if Dominica 'clearly assesses from the
start the quantity and calibre of tourist it is prepared to.'receive,
there. will be. a slower but steadier increase over -the years 'as people
returnand other- people, hear. about i-t.,- (co-Qh .d .con..pags -. )
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ASSOCIATED STATE OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
Schedule f Applic;t;ion for Certificate of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for week ending 17th day of February, 1973.
tate Requested 1Person Presenting Nature of request wheth.
er a Certificate of Title of
Noting thereon or Caveat.
Request dated John Mc.intyr Request for the issue
7th February of a First Certificate
1973. by his Solicitor of Title in respect of a
Prteented 12th portion of land known
February, 1973 Vanya as a lot at Morne
at 12.15 p.m. Dupigny Prosper, in the Parish
of St. George, in the
- $5 t a t a of Dominic&,
containing 1.09 acres
and bounded as fol.
On the North by land of Seawyn Prosper, On the East
by land of Stephen Lockhart, On the South by a Ravi~e
separating it from land of Benjamin Aron and on the West
by land of Austin Charles.
EPHRAIM F. GEORGES
Acting Registrar of Titis
NOTE: Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a
Certificate of title on tha above application may 'enter a Caveat
In the above office within ix weeks from the date of the First
appearance of this schedule in the STAR Newspaper published
in this State or from the date when the notice prescribed by
law was last served on any owner or occupier of adjoining,
land in respect of which the application Is made.
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cerely everybody who was so kind as to
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?aue Sz THE STAR Friday- i 9ss-rta'
ASSOCIATED STATE OF DOMINICA
TiTLF BY REGISTRATION ACT
Schedule of Application for Certificate of Title and Ngtinis
;hereon ard Caveats fcr week ending
Date Requested ] Person Presenting
he 6th day of
'th day of
.t 11.35 a.am.
by his Solicitor
!Oth day of F6ebrury, 1973.
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er a Certificate of Title of a|
Noting thereon or Caveat. alue
Request for the issue d V l
of a First Certificate
of Title in respect of a
portion of land at
"Grand Savanah" in k
tthe viage of Salis- I
bury, in the Parish of
St. Joseph, in the
S t a t e of Doriniea,
containing 3 9 6 4
square feet, and boun-
d-d as follows:.- a
North West by fand of Clarence Louis North East by
landof Hughas Baptista South East byland of Christian Do.
touch South by an Access Road separating It from -
land of Alfreda Charles South West by land ofAlfred4
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A U G U"8'T '-S I G A, EG G 0a 1 IS TOURISTS & OURI EIVIROIhMET : LANDSHILT
AN APPRECIATION (fr. p.4) resulting in a more stable
Early last Monday one of long-term benefit, perhaps far mcre
Dominica!s top sportsmen, Augustus so than encouraging mass tourism
from the start.
Gregoire, departed from this life i ard to maintain, but
at the age of 35, as is known
throughout te state. Dominica should try to keep itself
throughout the sta~te. free from imitation, I've kaown
His prowess as a cricketer is
well famed and the sterling knocks of places which were lovely and
he played for his country will not real, and were eventually spoiled
be forgotten during our life span. (over as short a term as ten years)
In addition to his batting abil- by hordes of tourists demanding, by
ity his fine wicketkeeping was their very numbers, amenities which
notable, those places quickly adopted to
Gregoire 's-sporting ability was please them. The amenities in them-
not only restricted to cricket. selves were not wrong, but the
He was a dangerous left winger, plethora of them soon became L:". *
Anj at a time when our football was desirable. How can one restrict
vWy low, Gregoire could have com- them? This I do not know, but if
maided a place on the Windward Is- some careful environmental problems
lands Foqtball team. were evaluated, perhaps restriction
Because of his contribution to might boil itself down into influx
sports in Dominica especially on into the island at the start. For
the cricket field, it was decided the tourist is, &nd will always be,
at a meeting on that fateful Monday a fickle sort in that he would not
evening jo devise some way to pro-- return to a place where there was
serve Gregoire's memory. The no longer that sense of unspoilt-
result of that meeting was to call I ness =nd freshness which he once
the Division I Cricket League run knew.
by D.A.S..A, the Augustus Gregoire This perhaps touches more direct-
League. :The prize that will be" ly on. environment now. Perhaps,, to
competed for in that league will mne, this is most important of all.
be a trophy named after Gregoirc. In. other places in the world the
In order to purchase such a environment has become polluted and
trophy, the dricket Committee has ruined; in some, almost past recall.
started the Augustus; Gregoire Mem- I feel that any program should regard
orial Fund to which they hope the environment as an integral part
generous Dominicans will contribute. of what the island has to offer,
see below). MORCHRISTON with a real respect for its fragil-
^ ,~ 1' "* -i +h 4 4- 4- . __
y, so a it may be. preserved as
THE AUGUSTUS GREGROURU ILiuIu.LJ U JWuiD 1U0 0U Uti ew spoiledd Dastions
bpaaed on Monday, 12th February. The of the world for the future.
Cricket Comimittee of the Dominiea Tourism on a high standard can help
Amataur SpDrts Association appeals to us to create and become increasingly
all Dominicans to make a donation to aware of our island's incredible
the fund to perpetuate the memory of beauty, a place of loveliness which
the late Augustus Gregroire, his dedi- is unique -- and a place. to let the
cation to cricket and his service to discerning tourist enjoy, for it
Dominica. has become something he rarely meets
Contributions niay be made to branch- in his everyday life anymore
es of Barclays. Bank or the Royal Bank
af Ganada, or to any member of the Q U 0 T E S Ze
Cricket Committee, whoso menberss are The way to procure insults
Cecil.-Brambleo, GrainPdorth LafondaIrvirg is to submit to them." -Hazlitt.
Shillingford, Norbert Phillip, Glovelle
Toussaint, Hon. Arnold Active and "An injury is much sooner forgot-
Royston Ellis. (Chairman). Hames of tea than an insult." Lord
donors- will be published each week. Chesterfield.
Out. of this fund lit is hoped to pro-
vide a. trophy to.he awarded yearly to A' moral, sensible, and wellbred
the winning team in the A.Grogroirc man
Div.r League axd also towards develop- Will not affront me, and no otheT
ing cricket in the State. -- W. Cowpe.
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Friday, February 16, 1973
Pa- ,, E, iht...... ..i----~-y 'E-h t- b- -- -"
\ MOMENT OF INSPIRATION
I Read: Nehemiah 4:1-6
WORKING WITH ENTHUSIASM
. the people had a mind to work. Nehemiah 4:6
ONE of the contributing factors in Nehemiah's striking
success was the attitude of the builders. "The people
had a. mind to work." Apparently they gave them-
selves wholly to the task at hand with results which were
outstanding. Love for God and true zeal made them will-
ing to do what no tyranny could have compelled them to
accomplish. "Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do with
thy might" (Eccl. 9:10) seems to have been their com-
A young man who was "down and out" stood listlessly
on a bridge watching some anglers. He was poor and de-
jected. Seeing a basket filled with fish he sighed, "Now if
I had those I-would be happy. I could sell them at a fair
price and buy food and get a lodging place." "I'll give you
as many and Wust as good fish, if you do me a trifling
favor," said the owner who had chanced to overhear the
remark. "What is that?" asked the other. "Only tend this
line till I come back; I wish to do an errand." The pro-
posal wa, gladly accepted. The old man was gone for
quite sonmr time. Meantime the fish snapped greedily at
the baited" hook, and the youth lost all his depression in
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Friday, February 16, 1973 T l E ST _____Page Nine
Fiction M A T I T I N E. ADVICE (fr. p. 2) John Spector
by Cynthia Watt I cull another paragraph The
officer in Mr. Malesarp wil be con-
"Wat news?" Titine asked Gene~lim,
who d in excitedly. acting his research work under
"Wall, well, one daybah I Doy say de technical assistance arrangements
Premier an. two odders stop Layou ith uadeloupe". Jst gibberish
River Hotel for driniks on Ue-isday night Try another: "The plane, which
an aftah. one, two drink do barman toll is of a high-wind" (wing) "design
don do place now close, no more drink." which onables it to have a short
"En hAnh?" grunted LIa Titine. field take-off". The plane is "a
"Well, 'all wat dey do do barman say Fokker 27 Jet Prop aircraft with
no., an do headman was in Roseau. De. Rolls Royce engine" which takes
one dat- aftah. hoom say ho sorry, do bar "40-52 passengers". The Air Regis-
closa...he could open it maybe; so do tratioi Board must be slipping if
Promier any ho will close.. do hotel in it alloTs a single-engined plane to
six mont. You avah hoeah tihg so?"- They take 40 passengers!
want. on animatod.ly discussing the in-
o.idbnt. When Gargo came in7: omo tima I am a keen supporter of trade
later there, was still morono-wa. Ho unionism when it concerns full-time
also hoard.. that the. big diner for 350 workers who live by their labour.
dologatoa and guest ordered for that But why should amateur part-time
night had boon cancelled. "Suddenly Calypsonians join the Waterfront &
Titino. had a. dazzling idea. and Allied Workers Union and use the
"Garge? Eurilla I'- sho"e claimed Union to make demands on voluntary
xc-citoAly,- "I get ae br ainwave. I Is organizations with little or no money?
Sunday comin' Sonny goin chroaaen; we The whole thing, like some of its
going hiave a nice party, but..." demands, seems. preposterous; will the .
Gacga was exbitoed also. "How you arrival Comittee have the NO?
guosa, Titino?" 1'4A TITINE-- "Jos like a. white cochox IV
"Gueos wat?".. he addoed..
"Radio say do hotel off orin dinnah- "Look haah,"- Titino raesped. out.
danca, at $15 f. t1.oV so los get Baby Another of the boys*cut in: ."Is a. pity
an-Geanolia. and go"dero an havo a fote."-you deedon marry mo.,. Eurilla.l' If i ,
.Jla liitino looked huffed. "You for- a. chile you. .do want I cood have give
got-tin Reubon. Ho to. drive u4a." you one,."- They all'laughed again.
.ar.ga bristled. "I can drive.'1 Said another o6neo "You black,..
"anyi-iay he is a froh, an you forgot--Jonas; is a boko chileo she do want."
tin. ho Sonny parain," she added "Stop allyou-dam foolish talk,"'
triumphantly, Gargo barked' but. "Is, nobody bis1no0s:
So that night they all'w6nt to the heah?" And he clenched his. powerful
hotel. Eurilla. even brought the baby. fists.
along snug in his warm clothes.- The Whilo loaving,'ono of the .boys said
place was filled; gossip bubbled on the loudly, "Dat: fonny you know I come of.
air; and all the talk was about the in- our Black Sistaihs any dey doan like
cidont of the drinks. bk, yet d*y iani boko chile; some
"Wall," said Baby before they enter- keeping doirs ah some hidin dcirs, in do
od, "Promier row is our b6bchance. country driusa n'ot to .know t,",
Look is wa enjoying do bontonps noa "DoaBm wory--bout. dom,. EurJilla_" 1Ma
Garge chuckled. "Eurilla, I jos tink Titine. -said-.
of something and -gotting up, disappeoar- Who? Me'?"' answeord Eurilla airily..
od inside for a foew minutes, to rot-urn "Wo- are hero to enjoy ourselves."
with. a.wickor basket. So onjoy thomsolvos they did; quite
"Look," he said, "allyou gi vo me a few guests remarkedd on aonny's"
allyou sweatah,"- and lio procoodod to I beauty, and even dropped gifts-into
line the basket; then settled th&.* baby his basket.
in it, and whizzing again past th6' door- "Well, w6ll," -Baby said, "dat w;as
man, put it on .the table. a real bontemps I Sonny is a. lockyj
"Ho, ho, ho I' laugho'd Rouben, "wat chilo." "
Sonny is?: De s-ocklin poeg?" They' really had a. g@od time, and
A few Black Power b-oys'who wrore Titino's crow only left for home in
seated nearby laughed uproarously. the woo hours.
"Do baby shore look like ono," said "M li.htahs lo a drink.,.". Roubon
the darkest, of them all. (noit eol.) cihcdaead "but weo got a foto I "
aFrid0 ay, Feb-,-urar-y 16, 1973
*S*T*A R*S**OAR*T*S*: Mor-chisto
--T--,* 'EST Ind.ia Win Sei6s
The 5-ika"XYdh teit a.rieo between
India. and !-l'.annd ended Prith India wi5A-
yig2-.4, 2 matohecs drawn. Xnla,7nd had
won the first. m.tcn, but nuccuib dto
the spil of Bedi, Pr.anc.ha and
Ch~i.dnshek-r in the 2nd ': 3rd matchlas
The at two, -l,,: bol sides scoring
lar1.se lt-innings tota-lds, ended in
Scorer iin the final nZatch wore India
448 and 244/5 declared and _.lntland.480
and 67/2 at clone of- :lyla.
P .Ciratran gained a fine victory in the
2nd 4-day toot natch against Now-r
Zo~nand, by an inninCs Cz 166 runa.
Final scores wore, .Palcitan 507/6 and.
Hew Zealand 156'and.-.15.
The lot tost m.tch between -Australia
and the uonte Indies ntartod today at
Sabint Park in Jaznaica. ocoro a:t Press
time .was .
Australia won thlir 3"rd concocutive
r4atch in this theoik-3rd tour of the
Uont Indies. The vanouiched thick time
was the Procidentt- XI led 'y. Clivo
laoyd.: f Guya&no.. Scoro Woro:- -
SProsaonts XI, 232 a-nd' 215; Auntralia,
364/9 declared and 85/3 -
LEAGUE: Lnst wookend, St'iary's Ac-adamy
oarnod l7pite to 't"."ichol' 5'in an
encounter at D.G.S, Botli teams earned
5 bonuc pt.o for b ing. Scores
'woro: S.M.A. 95 8 150?; Pto.iLichol, 56
S114. In another Loarguo match played
.t tho Botanical 0oardons, ,botwdeon
Blackburns & D.G.,- .D.1,. lo&t by 175"
runa. Final scores i 'Blackburno 162 &..
a.15/9 daclxarod tho hiogghest cooro co
fir-' thiz acanon, Evcfana Joln 85. D.G.S,
90 & 112., Blnolfbiuns ron 4 bonus pto.
for bowling. . .
Standings b- 'la;gnt wk.nd .
. .- ,2 .. 2,a : ,-.
3laoa burn I 2' -
Spartjns 2z 1 1 -
S.1I.A. "2 1. 1 **
D..S2. 2: 1 1 -
Ptc. i "choli 2 -
coltio U. 2 -.2. -
Pte. 3B. 'ota.
a4: 9 .. 3~
24-. 4 28
12' 9 21
1:2 5 17
12 -' 12
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