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Title: Dominica herald
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 42 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
Publisher: Dominica Herald
Place of Publication: Roseau, Dominica
Roseau, Dominica
Publication Date: March 23, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Dominica -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Dominica
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1955? Cf. caption.
General Note: Editor, <1963-1964>: Phyllis Shand Allfrey.
General Note: "For the General Welfare of the People of Dominica, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole."
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 12, 1963; title from caption.
General Note: Last issue consulted: December 31, 1964.
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RESEARCH INSTITUTE
FOR THE STUDY OF MAN
a62 EAST 78 STREET
NEW, YORK 21, N, Y.


(Fcr the General We/fare of the People o/f l'ominiua, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area cis a whole)


ESTABLISHED 1955


SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1963


Freedom From Hunger March
THERE are as many workless people in Trinidad today as


Our Dream
Comes True


DEEP-WA TER HARBOUR
STILL CONSIDERED


I the total population ot Dominica, and a section of these For almost a hundred years, gen- Claims for Fond Colee, Portsmouth, Layou
60,000 unemployed took advantage of World Freedom from rations of Granvillia families have
Hunger Week to stage a hunger march through the streets been praying to owners of Picard The ever more pressing necessity for a deep w a t e r
of Port of Spain last Wednesday. Slight clashes with the Estate, which has changed bands harbour is accented by the progress being made with the
police were reported.several times until at last came Mr, harbour in St. Vincent. When this is.completed Domin-
pole w e r ;n Geest. ca will be the only island in the Windwards without such
Accord with B, G n On Friday I5th March 1963,
~Accord with Osmond Dyce Case in B. G. the Chief Minister Mr. E.O. Le facilities.
Meanwhile Premier Eric Williams Blanc met the villagers and inform- There are many considerations to neer, Mr. G. Smethurst to Dominica.
had just returned home ifie: reaching Chiarges against Osmond Dce, ed them "at last your dream has be taken into account before the de- Mr Smethurst arrived on March 14
a tour-point agreement for close Gen. Secretary of the Caribbean come true. Your petition, headed cision as to where to build such a and, afier discussions with the Chief
collaboration and cooperation be- Labour Congress, and Senator by your representative, which asked harbour can be arrived at. Business Minister and the Minister for Com-
tween independent Trinidad and Michael Manley of the Jamaica Government for assistance in getting interests must have their say to ensure munications and Works (with their
Tobago and self-governing British National Workers Union, also you all to become the rightful own- that transport costs f:om the harbour advisers), he made a preliminary
Guiana. The move was initiated Ishmael and Samaroo, T. U. leaders ers of the land on which you have to stores or warehouses do nor exceed inspection of the Roseau roadstead,
by Dr. Williams, whose talks with in B G, were dismissed in George- lived for so many years, is successful expected economies from cutting out Woodbridge Bay, the Layou Estua-
Mr. Jagan weredescribed as "frank town Court this week. The charges Mr. Van Geest has consented o of transshipment to smaller vessels and ry and Prince Rupert's Bay. He
and friendly", arose after the trade unionists spoke give to all 16 acres of land free, of lighterage The existing or future afterwards collected information on
Terms of the agreement are for outside a firm's premises in George- cost. He now wants to find out road system must also be considered soundings in the various possible
consultative cooperation between the town last year; several leal postpone- fm the private owners living here as alsothe placement of fuel storage locations, tonnage and draught of ships
two governments, such accord to ments had occurred but Q. C's if they will agree with the condit- pipe-lines (as at Fond Cole). Pos- and other techmcal material required
include external representation, closer request r compensation due ions," The C.M. then put the sible developments in the lumber in- for the preliminary planning and
trading agreements, communications inconvenience to the accused men conditions to the people who all in dustry might encourage consideration costing .of
jd Ihe UnjiLVrilv of the \V;in- .. -c, rr -war -ai veiop- Mr Smethurst left on March 16.
i'iTy wv.oula uc gil'n to ment of Portsmouth would tavour the When his report is'available, firtmer
forthcoming conference of Corn- LOVELY MODEL shelired Prince Rupert's Bay. detailed surveys w.llghave'to be made,
monwealth Trade Ministers, with a Nor least in importance i'S the other factors ( as mentioned above)
possibly of extending areas ofcolla- L-. -- .. ..... ... --- feasibility in technical terms (which will be taken into account and com.
boration and cooperation to embrace also means cost) of the actual con- plete costings prepared both for con-
other Caribbean territories. struction and the depth o f water, struction of the harbour facilities and
MATTER NOT DEAD 'ocean currents, tonnage of ship; and also for any ancillary work such as
available flat land about the proposed roads etc. Land purchase may, of
Chamber of Commerce Acts harbour, course, also enter into the cost. When
At a vital meeting this week, Canadian Expert Here all, this is completed Government will
members of the Dominica Chamber To this -nd Government accepted be. in a position to estimate the total
of Commerce subscribed $895 ''the offer of the Canadian Deep-wa- cost and make the necessary approaches
towards two aspects of the unresolved ter Wharf and Warehousint Project to the S. o. S. for a grant or per-
Carnival fire tragedy. Half of this Engineers, Messrs. Coode, Binnie & mission to raise a loan.
amount goes to the Jaycees Fund for Preece of Ottawa to send their engi-


aiding the bereaved, and the other
half is presented to Government as
a basis for an appropriate sum to be
offered as a reward for reliable
information leading to the solution
of the disastrous carnival fire mystery.
Another Commission
In the meantime the Government
of Domiiica has appointed a one-
man Commission in the person of
Mr. Justice St. Bernard to inquire
into the following questions--
(a) the origin and cause of the
said fire:
(b) the reasons for the spread of
the fire:
(c) the circumstances in which
other persons not fatally
injured were burned:
(d) the measures taken to com-
bat the fire.
Miss Sylvia Bertrand is the Secre-
tary to this Commission.
Negro Resigns From
Welensky's Party
A Negro member of Federal
Prime Minister Welensky's United
Federal Party resigned recently claim-
ing that the policy of racial part-
nership had not been fulfilled and
that the Federation could not sur-
vixe in its present form. (CP)


~" lrmqPprs--- -- -~uw-- --

Miss Valerie Cole of Barbados displays a simple black two-strap
dress, suitable for Lenten evenings and most occasions.


DOMINICA ELECTRICITY SERVICES

] It is intended to extend the electricity supply from
iSoufriere to Grand Bay shortly.
Notice is hereby given to land owners in close prox-t
limity to the trace from Soufriere through Tete Morne to)
Grand Bay, that it is necessaryto plan a route for thei
lines and that in so doing entry might be made on theirs
Land without notice, but due notice will be given to land-!
iowners as soon as it is established that the lines will pass
Through their premises. -
S Landowners are hereby requested to identify them-
selves to the officers of the Dominica Electricity Services
(engaged in carrying out the survey.
S They should give to the officer concerned the follow-i
jing details:- Name

Address
Description of Land h
SAny objections they may have against
entry for the aforementioned purpose.
i Landowners are entitled to compensation for damage)
"to property as laid down is Section 7 (1) of the DominicaJ
Ordinance No. 1 of 1951.
W.S. RICHARDSON,
Manager
Mar. 2-23


P1icn1 10o


60,000 UNEMPLOYED IN TRINIDAD









PAG TO OMIIC HRAD STUDA, ARC 2, 96


NEHRU --
DEMOCRAT WITH A DIFFERENCE
Crusader For A New Social Order
By Vishnu Maya
Jawaharlal Nehru, today, epitomises modern India,-
and vice versa.
The newness of India, of which he is the mainspring,
t a k e s many forms. Fascinating new events have been
added to the Indian calendar since Independence.
New areas of economic development have been opened
up. Bhakra, Hirakud, Nagarjunasagar, Koyna--are but
examples of a purposive society as he visualises it. India's
"new temples," Nehru calls them. There is more t h an
what meets the eye in that neat phrase...


Aristotle did not draw a line between the spheres of the statesman
and the moralist. Gandhi made democracy a metaphysical concept,
extolling service and sacrifice, with moralism as the guiding beacon.
Nehru took democracyin its historical stride, and leavened it with
humanitarianism to give it economic content.
No democracy, Nehru has said, can exist for long in the midst of
want and poverty, and, above all, inequality. The solution of India's
problems, as chose of the world, he is convinced, lies in Socialism. He
uses the word in its scientific and economic sense, connoting a philosophy of
life, not a mere political dogma,
(Continued next week.)


Something About Government-- II
From the Royal Bank of Canada's Monthly Letter (March)

Under the Law


Notice Of Application
For Liquor Licences
To The Magistrate Dist.
"E" & the Chief of Police.
I, EUSTACE WELSH now
residing at Roseau Parish of
St. George do hereby give
you notice that it is my in-
tention to apply at the
Magistrate's Court to be held
at Roseau on Tuesday, the
2nd day of April 1963, en-
suing for a retail LIQUOR
LICENCE in respect of my
premises at Old St. Roseau
Parish of St.r Geonr-e


As in the case of many If we are to avoid anarchy, we must live u n d e r the Dated the 25th day of
others born to be g r e a t, law. This is a rule which applies to governments as well January 1963
Nehru is, in the last analy- as to citizens. It restricts arbitrary authority. It requires EUSTACE WELSH
sis, a product of historical .that all acts of government must be authorized by 1 a w s Mar. 9-23
forces. '"- "" ... applied and interpreted by the courts. No one can lay a -----
Sa ..i finger on any principle mo.e vital to a people's happiness To the Magistrate Dist. "E" & the
Be ing the son Motilal than this: justice and lack of arbitrariness. Chiet ofPolice.
Nehru or being the avowed- The administration of justice is a creditable phase of I, EUSTACE WELSH now residing
ly nominated successor of rnmnt juse is a c e p e at itoseau Parish of St. George do
Mahatma Gandsuccessor ofhi the government in Canada. The judiciary has been i n c o r- hereby give you notice that it is m y
qustin of cataytic envir ruptible and free from political interference or popular con- intention to apply at the Magistrate's
question of catalytic enviror t r o 1. Its function is to administer the laws made by the Court to be held at Roseau onTues-
ment apart-has no material l federal, provincial and municipal governments in s u c h a day, the 2nd day of April 1963 en-
relevance to the develop way as to make certain that every person receives just a n d ing for a tavern LIQUOR LICENCE
merit of his personality. honourable treatment. in respect of my premises at Old St.
Impatient With Failure The law is a sturdy bulwark against abuse of power Dated the 25th day of January 1963.
mi by the government. The dominant rule of the nineteenth EUSTACE WELSH
Nehru seldom talks about himself, but if he does, there century was economic, but the threat of tyranny in t h is Mar. 16-30
is aedep humility, One never hears from him of nis par.
is deep humility. One never hears from him of his par- century is from the State. Wrong acts are done by gov- To the Magisirace Dist. "G &
Sentae nor. f his days at arow or Cambridge. Th p ernTnentsi m some countries with the apology that though the Chief ofPohlce.
engage orofidays atarow r Cambridge. There th know the acts to be wron the 1.l LENNllATulr 1GSTtDP. I
is nothing of the vulgar snobbery found in high quarters-- t-- h-To l a ibe.... ti. .'fg S ara u~f St. And'
iaJtlvt d-invnd-aabout-him. .." .u -a- i gha. -e argument that unjust means do hereby give you notice that i ,s
As a student, his interest was aroused by the ripples, are justified by righteous ends, carried to its greatest elabo- my intention to apply at the Magi-
abovie the surface, of the Sinn Fein movement in Ireland. ration by Machiavelli, is an accepted belief in many lands. state's Court to be hd at Ports-
Back in India,in histwenties, hewatched,aninside par- Betwen the wars some people in democratic countries mouth on Friday, the' th day of
a ino less, the advance guard ofa generation live and came to think that dictatorships were more efficient t h a n Apil 96 ending for a etai
t s a n no less the advance guard of a generation live and dc LIQUOR LICENCE in respect of my
fight for Independence. Inevitably, he, too, was democraciesbecause Hitler revived the economyof Ger premises at Salybia, Parish of
into the core of the struggle many and Mussolini made the Italian trains run on t i m e. St. Andrew.
It is not easy to have lived through a political revolu- History shows how false the idea is. Uncontrolled power Dated the 9th day ofMarch 1963.
t i o n, albeit bloodless, to have been at the heart of it, and in the hands of one man or a group of men, ho we ver LENNOX AUGUISTE
t h e n find so much taken for granted. His sense of the clever they may be, leads inevitably to abuse of authority. Mar. 9- 23,
continuity of history must have often been outraged when Under Canadian democracy there are three inter-lock- To the Magistrate Dist. "G" &
he found his countrymen were not even aware of their own ng divisions of power: the legislature, the executive a n d the Chiefof Police.
roots. He has been impatient with failure, and, in some the judiciary. Each one plays its unique p ar t-Parlia- I, NOEL FRANCIS now residing at
Switch the ace of roressment, the cabinet and the courts-but each acts as a bal- Salybia Parish of St. Andrew, do
ways, with the pace o progressance on the others. No government which unnecessarily hereby give you notice that it is my
Feel Of History exceeds its powers will escape censure. From this there is Ctenon to apb l at the Magstrate's
no escape, even under the most dire extremity. Friday, the 5th day of April 1963.


Much in contemporary Indian society must h a v e
shocked his almost Christian conscience, so alien they must
have appeared to the grammar and idiom of W e s t e r n
thought he has assimilated.
A visionary he is in many ways-in the best sense of
the word. But there is in him an awareness of the margin-
al limitations of idealism and a consistent veering towards
reality. The search, mainly introspective, is for a solution
of the equation of isness and oughtness. Here is the Old
Testament prophet with a pragmatism that is both modern
and down-to-earth.
He has a sense of history in his blood, has N e h r u.
It is this feel of history, co-linking the p a s t, present and
future, that shapes his perspectives.
Nehru has never been too old to be young in ideas.
He has no time to spare on the small change of the trivial
for his mind is always on the future. With the crusading
zeal of a Puritan, he has a patrician contempt for the slip-
shod, the ugly and the idle.

Socialism A Way Of Life
On an even keel, his thoughts are co-ordinated and subtly inter-
wovevn with historical perspectives.


Informing the People
The powers of government are derived fr o m the
people, therefore it is imperative that the people s h o ul d
know the mechanism of government and exercise t h e i r
right to operate it. An informed public opinion r i s e s
above the spineless inclination to shrug off political activity.
Sluggishness in exercising rights ends up in social unbelief
and "beatness."
Many Canadians are unsophisticated politically. Some
vote this way or that way because their parents did, but one
who has sniffed the political air during the past ten years
will depreciate the importance of the uncommitted vote.
The preservation of democratic rule demands t h a t
citizens be given a steady supply of correct information upon
public affairs. Governmental functions have become ex-
ceedingly complex in a world situation that is constantly
a wa s h with unrest. Ignorance of these functions and
indifference and the "1 e a v e it to the M. P.." attitude of
mind -these spell disaster.
Ifa democracy is to be so healthy as to survive, it

(Cont. onpage 9)


ensuing for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE
in respect of my premises at Salybia,
Parish of St. Andrew.
Dated the 9th day of March 1963
NOEL FRANCIS
Mar 9- 23

To the Magistrate Dist. "G" & the
Chief of Police.
I, ARTHUR MASCOT now residing
at Vieille Case Parish of St. An-
drew do hereby give you notice that
it is my intention to apply at the
Magistrate's Court to be held at
Portsmouth on Tuesday, the 2nd day
of April 1963, ensuing for a retail
LIQUOR LICENCE in respect of my
premises a t Vieille Case Parish o f
St. Andrew.
Dated the and. day of February
1963.
ARTHUR MASCOT
Mar. 1- 30

Advertise In
The HERALD


SATURDAY. MARCH 23, 1963


DOMINICA HERALD


PAGE TWO









SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1963


The HERALD has recently been happy to wel-
come new contributors, including Sports writer
Eddie Robinson and London Letter-writer Graham
Norton, We now print the first feature by a team
named "Bob and Ray" whose joint articles will
certainly interest us all; their views do not neces-
sarily reflect editorial opinion.


"SO THEY SAY--"

BY BOB & RAY

Dominicans can rejoice that there is one man among them who com-
bin:s th.t rare quality of friendliness with an equally scarce talent called
"hard work". Th: phrase "to know him is to love him" can well ap-
plied to this Dominican. Nearly everyone in Dominica has seen his quick
and ready smile and hundreds of us get thatwarm glow comes from looking
at his sincere face You know where you stand with this man right away
because he tells you! No beating around the bush for him. No "Er, ah, um,
um. . let me see ... um, er, ah!" Hesketh Shiliingford is to the point.
Having worked for years in Grenada operating the lime juice p'ant
there, "Heskiff" (as most Dominicans call him) returned to his native
Dominica bout a yar ago and became the mnn ige, ofone ofthe island's -lrg-
est meichanu se marts The Phoenix. Steadily building friends day by day
tits a hobby of his), he tackled the task of building customers while at the
same time he streamlined the old store and made it into a brighter, more
efficient place to sh'p. No sale is too small to be ignored by "Heskiff"
and he spends hours of each day listening to his customers problems so that
he can be more helpful to them. Send a truck across town to get an item
he is temporarily out of? Sure! Glad to do it. Those potatoes you
bought had a few rotten ones in the box? Well, how many pounds do you
think are bad we'll give you a credit! Cheerful, helpful, always on
duty . never too busy to be pleasant. "Heskiff' is one in a million.
With years of experience operating the large and lavish "Aquatic Club"
at St George in Grenada, Heskiff" brings these talents to Dominica
(along with three highly trained personnel that worked with him there) and
already Rockaway takes on new lfe. Fresh water showers have been install-
ed for the bather who wants to wash off the salt after a dip in the sea.
Delicious food, from a snack to a full meal, prepared on the spot, is offered
in pleasantly clean surroundings. An outdoor pool is planned and best of
all, a Casino will be opened saoi in the ground floor area of the Rock-
away club house. Those who are not interested in dancing upstairs can
r,. I r_ I i_ L L 1 .-_ I 1 '.. -1 't'r..


never forgets the children: there'll be swings for them in a special play-yard
at Rockaway soon.
So here's a man who works hard all day long at The Phoenix and
then when everybody goes home to take it easy, he puts on "his other hat"
and drives to Rockaway and puts in another eight to ten hours to make
sure the customers all enjoy themselves. Yes, Dominicans are might glad
"Heskiff" came home from Grenada.
We may as well trot out our own views on Carnival: a Carnival
means a crowd and a crowd means trouble! There are inexpensive chemi-
cals on the market now that make a garment (or drapes, decorations, etc.
in a dance hall) fire-resistant if not actually fire-proof. Some places have
passed laws that this chemical be used on fabrics in all theaters, custumes,
etc. so a careless person cannot burn people alive. But whether a Carnival
accident is a fire or a shooting, knifing or just plain loud talk, its the crowd
that makes it all possible. Men join crowds .o escape the restriction.of
life and the sense of isolation from others; a crowd provides a shortlived but
deeply felt equality and companionship. Ellas Canetti, writes brilliantly
about "Crowds and Power", his new book, and concludes that man is
power-mad, and never more so than in a crowd. "Stepping out of every-
thing which binds, encloses and burdens them is the real reason for the
elation whi;h people feel in a crowd" he writes "Nowhere does the indi-
vidual feel more free and if he tries to remain part of a crowd, it is because
he knows what awaits him afterwards. When he returns to his house, to
himself he finds again, boundaries, burdens and strings."
All crowds in the raw behave much the same, Canetti argues, whether
they form for feasts, funerals, rebellions or lynchings. Crowds that form
for the most exalted reasons, Canetti says, can become the most murderous.
He cites as a typical case, an Easter service in Jerusalem in 1834. The
faithful flocked to the church by the thousands to see the descent of the Holy
Fire. When the "miraculous" fire appeared, people were in a frenzy to get
to it. In the turmoil, two crowds squared off and started senselessly
slaughtering each other until the church floor was littered with corpses.
Canetti's book shows how man has "domesticated" crowds. Politi-
cal parties, are "closed crowds" and the best crowd domesticators, he says,
are the world's great religions. But when a "closed crowd" is forced to
disband (like when the Treaty of Versailles abolished the German army-
then Germany's "most essential closed crowd"), the Nazi mob sprang up
in its place,
A Carnival means a crowd of people in whose milling depths lurks
the madmen who have a lust for power, and in some, a desire to kill.
Feeling "safe and free" in such a carefree crowd is the trigger for the
trouble that generally follows. How many assassins of great men have hid-
den in a crowd to cloak their actions? Yes a crowd is one thing a good
policeman fears most and when he sees one forming his first words are:
"Break it up, folks, move along .. But a carnival is an "organized
crowd" and legally allowed to assemble; but its still a crowd and the gaiety
is the best disguise of all to power mad, mentally warped individuals who,
part of all society, are "buried" somewhere in that crowd.


PAGE THREE


HEALTH TIPS FOR BUSINESS WOMEN

GERMAN LADY PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE

CURE---OR KLL


A feehlng of freshness, well-
being, ea'th ard a youthfull
figure; how canC tie ha'rii:d tusi-
nesswoman (ot oday achieve all
this without losing one addigtor-
al minute o t ier busy day. A
lady physician, Dr. Marlene
Halhuber-Ahlmann. of Inns
bruck, revealed the secret tips of
how toattain these icsults, at tne
annual meeting of the Federal
Association of Woman in Bust
ness, recently held in 'he A'l.ntic
Hotel in Hamburg. Her sugges-
tion will be valuable fot every
woman, whe her she is active
in business or a housewife, in
short women who have no extra
time to spre for themselves
during their crowded days
Dr. Marlene Halhuber-Ahl-
mann. marred to a Professor of
Medicine, moihe uf hve, runs a
mij r company in Rcndsburg.
Every minute of Ier working day
is pieciu.. Tie advice she had
to give to I er lady colleagues has
been tried out by her herself
The recommend ions which she
is following srictly, can be sum-
med up under eignt points.
(1) When the alarm clock goes
off in the morning, very few


women, indeed, will ju
bed like recruits at the
reveille. Rather they sel
be a bit early, 'o znabl
enjoy a flw minutes of
between cozy dreams
day. The joy of these
minutes is much grea
fIllow the advice o
bruck physician: G
resolutely (Do not be a
will be in bed again so
your face and body, w
ing, put your nightgo
get into bed again. (TI
is almost one hund
(2) You will feel w
now The few minute
spend in bed now
whiled away with exe
Halbuber-Ahlmanr su
relax the mus les in oe
it becomes heavy and i
try the other arm. their
and finally your face
nuies of Ihis exercise w
recreation.
(3) Now ic is timt
finally. Take two
rough hemp mitte
your body! first the 1-g
the blushes upwards,
your arms and fil


I 'ARD OF THANKS

7 lames & Family, Mr. Mrs. C'. lames & Fal
idlum to thank His Honour the Admistrato
1i 'nnnnrqhlp Ministersi f Anvrnmpnt MP
the Legislative Oouncil, Members of the Government Band,
cees, Members of the Labour Party of Dominica, Membe
Nursing Staff P.M. Hospital, Members of the Piatian Band,
of the Sports Clubs and all those who in so many ways ,
sympathy in the Tragic death 01 their beloved GEORGI
(Junior).



CARD OF THANKS

i CARNIVAL 1963

S The President and members of the Dominica Junior
S Chamber of Commerce wish to thank all those gen-
erous and helnful nersonn of this nommnnitv who
have in any way contributed towards the organiza-
S tion of Carni al 1963.
SVnir assisRtnr'. and sunnort was fully annre
S ciated, and we are indeed grateful to everyone for
S their willing cooperation
J.B, YANKEY
I President



| CARD OF THANKS
i Mr. & Mrs. Alic Giraud and family
i and Mrs. Eric Shillingford wish;
through this medium, to thank all
i those who in so many ways expressed
Sympathy in their recent loss

A TRIBUTE
Death Of A Troubadour


Like birds his fingers flew a song
On his beloved euiftr.
The song was young and gay.
He may not sing this song again on earth,
But hieh above,
His fingers still will glide o'er strings
We never see,
But hear,
When all is still,
But memory,
"ADAGIO"


foreign aid is a political weapon
both for giver and receiver. He
told university students "Aid is
used to help people you are not
sure of. We at Independence
made a declaration that we were
committed to the West but it
seems that those nations which
are not committed stand better
chance of receiving 'aid. You
don't make friends with moaey
and it might be time to raog
nize that we have to help people
who are our friends." He went
on to speak of the population
problem in Jamaica.


DOMINICA HERALD


mp out of body. This makes ycu warm all
sounds of over, so that you will enjoytrie
t te.c ook following cold hower, or. better
e them to illl. a few seconds in a tub half
hovering filled with cold water.
and a busy (4) The water cure method
invaluable would now make you walk for
ter. if you half an hour. Unfortunately, the
f the Inns- hurri d woman of today cannot
-t'i"g up afford that much time. You must
afraid? you perpare breakf:si. Your own
'on): Wash breakfast should be black bread
without dry instead of white rolls, and honey
wn on and instead of marmalade or jam.
his advice Drink good coffee, if you are
red years. used to it. Best, however, would
ide awake be a bowl of porridge, consisting
s vi s'ill of. wheat cereals dried fruit and
should be uu s. Alter the exercise and
rcises. Dr. Shower you sit down at the break
ggesis this: fa't table, feeling like a goddess.
e arm un'il And is there one man would not
tired. Then like to share his breakfast with a
1 the legs. goddtSs?
Three mi- (5) Now you are off to your
will be real usual work during the morning.
Perhaps, you will feel a tittle
to get up hungry after a m while Do not kill
bru hes or this feeling by taking drugs, if
s Brus s voii want tj '-lim. A i tle inter-
gs, moving medate snack (fruit, or even
then binsh coffee wit crackers) is better
then b than going hungry for too long.
nally your (6) And here is tp for lunch:
.....-. You need eat less. if you chew
well, nod concentrate on your
S meal. You vill enjoy your meal
More, if you take a little time.
ily wisih (7) After lunch you should iest
S a little. Put your legs up high,
r & Mrs, and relax. You do not have to

The Jay- k ie s by put ting your legs straight
Ors of the up against a wall for one minute
Members b before resting.
expressed 5 (8) For your shopping do not
E JAMES always go by car or public tran-
st ort, Many e rands can be done
by walking. Ihis is a fine oppor-
'1 tunity of exercising a gracefully
-erect gait, and good breathing
"".. These are a few health tips for
Sthe harried business woman and
Housewife. Tney are sufficient to
achieve their purpose if followed
every day. Those with a little more
time on hand should engage in
i sports activities as well as mas-
I sage and gymnastics. But the mtny
Others wanting to do only what
is the absolutely n-cessary mini-
i mum, need give no more tirre
m than just a few seconds for these
i few thoughts regarding their
health. The rest will fit in well
Sin the daily routine. It is really
Sworthwh Ie to try it.
.....: (From The Stuttgart Times)


SJamaican Says
I Foreign Aid
i Political
S MONTREAL, Mar 14. CP: Earle
Maynier Jamaican High Com-
,,, r miitnr in Canada savs that









SATURDAY. MARCH 23, 1963


PAGE FOUR
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DOMINICA HERALD
AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY

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SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1963


FREEDOM FROM HUNGER

UNGER is always with us. Through- s o m e of the world's greatest scientists.
out history most men, women and Echoes of the campaign may even have
children have been hungry. For cen- penetrated to our insular ears. Although
tries periodic famines have afflicted certain the emphasis of the movement is not cha-
nations of the world in every generation; rity but science, hard working people are
in our own little country, as in the vast being asked in certain lands to give up
landreaches of the globe, hundreds of a day's pay to help feed under-nourished
people have been so weakened by mal- persons whose faces they have never seen.
nutrition that they have fallen r e a d y Yet some of us find it difficult to give a
victims to TB and diseases that prey on penny bread, or better still a good fresh
the weak. egg, to a needy neighbour.
Hunger does not always mean an At the rate that the world's popula-
empty stomach. A lot of bodies are tion is increasing, shortages are bound to
p o o r y nourished because they do not become more acute, save where countries
h a v e the right kind of food or simply have taken strong means to feed themselves
Si v e on starch. In a survey of global and even to have a surplus. If, as the
diets made just over ten years ago, the Archbishop of Canterbury has suggested,
Food and Agricultural Organisation of money spent on armaments should be spent
the United Nations fo u n d that the on food for the hungry, an advance would
p r o t e i n consumed by over half the be made towards solving
world's population was equal to less than problem. The more nut
a thin slice of ham per day. We know usually cost more than other I
very_well that today many of our child- they are more expeniveni r _
ren do not even get as much as that, and pie who are hungry have little earning
for growing children it is a dangerous power and less buying power. Thus the
deficiency. labour situation and the whole prosperity
One of the most nutritious foods in of a country become affected by the poor
life is fish. Sea-island people have lta diet of the working people.
rich source of food-value lapping at their One of the great aims of Freedom
shores. We could even stock our rivers from Hunger Week is to bring enlighten-
a n d lakes with improved fish supplies. ment about the food problem and its
Now that the Dominica fishermen are possible solution to millions. If the
b e i n g provided with protection and hunger of the majority is to be overcome,
opportunity, our m i n d s will turn to action will have to be taken; this is no
better catches, distribution, marketing and time for indifference. We can still learn
preservation measures. The "eat more quickly how to feed ourselves properly and
fish" campaign could follow the "grow to give sustenance to the hungry in our
more food" campaign; but in order to community as well. Grow more food
do this, fish must be readily and fairly is one weapon. Fish for everyone is
available, especially to the de p r i ve d another. Education on what is best to
citizens of the town of Roseau, w h e r e eat (and how to cook it) is yet a third.
population is at its densest. All the forces of communication-press,
But let us now look farther afield. In radio, schools and simple conversation-
e v e r y land this week there has been a should be brought to bear against the
recognition of the "Freedom from Hun- common enemies, starvation, malnutrition
ger" battle which engages the attention of and waste.

ON IRRESPONSIBILITY


The catalogue of accidents occurring
to trucks (in last week's news) highlights
the irresponsibility of drivers who are in
charge of vehicles they do not own. The
terrible accident at Pond Cassee was due
to driving by a man who was not the
regular chauffeur; but it was also irrespon-
sible of somebody to authorise him to
take the road-gang to Pond Cassee. We
understand that the Public Works De-
partment usually attempts to ensure that
its trucks, bought with public money, are
properly maintained and carefully driven.
We also know that they have difficulty


in getting responsible drivers who conform
to regulations and report defects. But
we submit that they should be scrupu-
lously careful.
A sense of responsibility is something
that is only gained by inculcation at an
early age -and it is somewhat lacking in
Dominica. On another page we print a
letter from the Mayor of Roseau referring
to damage by bulldozers to the roads of
Roseau. Every bulldozer is supplied with
road-pads by means of which a tracked
vehicle can proceed along a road without
causing damage, but orders to the drivers


to fit these pads are aften ignored since extra work is involv-
ed in taking them on and off.
But irresponsibility is not confined to daily or weekly-
paid workers. Look higher, citizen, look higher! We
refer to Government's relations with the Town Council.
Agreement in principle has been arrived at that the Central
Government should take over one road t h r o u g h
Roseau as a highway and be responsible for its maintenance.
Along that road-whether Bath Road and River Street or
Queen Mary Street and River Street-every bulldozer or
o t h e r tracked vehicle going to work in the South of the
i sla n d (and returning) would have to pass. But our
Central and Town Governments cannot agree on w h e r e
these vehicles should pass, and the Central Government (it
seems) wishes to reduce the allocation for road maintenance
in Roseau to a point where the Council would not be able
to maintain the rest of the roads adequately.
Where then does the responsibility lier The answer is
perfectly clear. It is a joint one with emphasis on Central
Government, and no vote-catching distractions should
be allowed to deceive the public. An immediate agree-
ment must be reached and maintained.



PEOPLE'S POST
Co respondents are asked tc submit their full names and addresses as
a guarantee of good faith, bu' not necessarily for publication. Letters should
be as sho, t as possible Con'rove'sial political letters will not be pub-
lished anonymously Views expressed in People's Post do not necessarily
reject the policy of the Ed tor or the Proprietor.


A Scholar On
Carnival


Sir,
As often happens after a tra-
gedy, a school of thought prmpt
-demants harsh repressive measures,
and the reaction after Black Monday
is no exception. Nevertheless one
must look twice before action is
taken.
In the first place, Carnival, that
is Mardi Gras "Farewell to the Flesh,"
is a very old Christian celebration
having its roots deep in the old
Manicheean Heresy. T h e central
figures, not now found in many
countries which observe the Carni-
val, are Satanic devils, brutes and
especially the Mithraic bull. The
cults of Mithras and Manes were a
very real menace to Christianvty in
the first twelve centuries after Christ
and these figures were all portrayed
and symbolized as creatures of the car-
nal appetites. Dominica is one of the
few places left in the world where
the old symbols (even if the partici-
pants are unaware) still appear.
Secondly, all over Dominica, Carni-
val gives very great pleasure at small
expense to a great number of inno-
cent people in an innocent way,
Wickedness will occur anyway and
the wicked will wreak their damage
on society (often in more unobtru-
sive ways) 365 days in the year.
Carnival in its old simplicity was
the day for the pauper to be a prince
for 48 hours, the drudge to be a
beauty, the felon a judge. It is the
mainspring four indigenous culture
and a chance for the ordinary man
to shine in song, dance or parade.
Some control is necessary, yes,
even if i s a regulation insisting
on fircproofing of costumes, but any
attempt to ban the core of the Carn-
ival should be resisted. Surely one
thing above all to be avoided is the
"improvement" of the old masque-
rade in such a way that the ability
to take part is limited to those with
money to burn, causing the whole
celebration to become a commercial


enterprise and participation a "status
symbol". And keep the rum-shops
tightly closed.
Some education in the meaning
of the Carnival from the pulpit
would not come amiss there is
surely plenty of theological informa-
should be taken is for each band to
appoint its own 'Police" who move
through the band and check trouble
before it starts.
The People's Masquerade will
and must continue.
MITHRAS,' Roseau,



Wanted--Land To
Work
Dear Sir, -- I am a 'young'man
aeed 27. I went once to some of
the other islands as a sailor, but my
place is in Dominica. I have been
waiting and looking for a niece of
land to make a garden, and now
my savings are nearly spent due to
periods without work. I am a ca-
sual port worker. My desire is to
work my own were of ind. Tow
can I get iu The way I see Domi-
nica, there is a lot of waste land. In-
stead of idleness in town why can I
not open up some ground and make
a living tor myself. be ng strong and
inclined to agriculture
'::Yours truly,
WALTAN DENIS, Roseau
-Has Government o r any private
individual anything to offer? Ed.


Re "Time To Pack
Up"
Dear Mrs. Editor,
I too am a mem-
ber of the Dominica Police Force,
and the article which was written
and published by our beloved"'critic
brother" was rather unfair. My
Cont. on p. 7


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DOMINICA HERALD


Soviet Scientist
Predicts Warmer
Weather
TheSovirt Scientists, Arsery
Shnitnikov, told Tass News
Agency that tne earth's climate
will gradually become warmer
and drier. His forecast is based
on influence on weather of force
of gravity and solar activity.
(CP)



Apartheid Still In
U.S.
ALBANY, GEORGIA, Mar. 12 CP:
Two Negroes were removed bodi-
ly from the Recorders Court and
jailed for contempt after refusing to
give up their seats which are cus-
umarily occupied by white persons.
Marry But Not
Drink
MIDDLESBOROUGH, Ma r. 12
CP:-A 16-year-old boy was fined
five pounds in the Juvenile Court
for buying alcoholic drinks while
under age but the fine;. was re-
duced because he is married and
soon to become a father.
Krush Relative
Sees Pope
Alexei Adzhubei. editor of the
Soviet newspaper Ityistia and
-n-r im. K..:..- 10.i. so I O- I&A..


attended a special audience by
Pope John last week for repre-
sentatives of the Balzan Founaa-
tioa.(CP) ,


Shakespeare's
Will On Show
William Shakespeare's will is
shortly to be on view in London
along with those of other illustrious
Englishmen including Sir Francis
Drake. Samuel Pepys and Lord
Nelson.
The British Public record office
has recently acquired the wills from
the Somerest House Registry and al-
together fifteen or sixteen wills of
English historical figures are to be
displayed.
Experts are working on the re-
novation of Shakespeare's will and
are confident that the effect of age
which has resulted i n the ink
deterioration can be obviated suffic-
iently to achieve reasonable legibility.
(BIS)
ST. MARTINS ROBBED
AGAIN
The St Martin's school which
was raided nearly 3 months ago was
again raided sometime between the
8th & 9th March. according to a
police report Articles of foodstuffs
to the value of $395 were stolen.
This is believed to be the work of
a group of youngsters operating in
that area. The police are continuing
to make enquiries.

News-space
Launching
The Soviet Union will stagenews-
space launching in the next few
months. Alexci Adzhube. Editor of
te- Sovieta uvciu ul spacr
IZVESTIA said in a lecture at Naples
reported by the Communist new-
paper LUNITA (CP)


COLONY OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 9th day of March 1963
Nature of Request whether for
Date of Request Person Presenting Certificate of Title or Noting
thereon or Caveat
Request dated Joseph St. John Request for 'he issue of a First Cer-
tificate of Title in respect of that
3rd Oct, 1961, portion of land situate in the Wesley
by his Solicitor Village in the Parish of St. Andrew in
Presented the Colony of Dominica, containing
7th March 1963 1.48 acres and bounded as follows:-
at 11.00 a. m. Vanya Dupigny On the North-Eastiand South-East
by Walker's Rest Estate; On the North-Wes. by land of Sentive Valmond
ard the Wa ker's Rest Road;On the South by Walker's Rest Estate (separa-
ted by a Ravine) and on the South West by land of Dent Prosper.
Registrar's Office, JOSEPH A. MARCANO
Roseau, 7th March 963. Ag Registrar of Titles
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Cer-
tificate ofTitle on the above application may enter a Caveat in he &bove
office within four weeks from the date of the first appearance of the above
Schedule in the Official Gazette and in the DOMINICA HERALD newspaper
published in this Island.



I CARD OF THANKS !
1i
The bereaved relatives, fraternity associates and close friends of
deceased George James Jr. a-d in particular his mother and stenfa-
ther Mr. and Mr. Olivaccee and family, his father and grandmother
SMr. G. A. James and Mrs M. E. James and family through this me-
dium beg to express their deep gratitude to all those who in some
way or other indicated their sympathy in connection with the tragic i
SCarni'al fire of which he was a victim and who on the sad announ-
cement of his death at U.G.W. Hospital express their sorrow either
by personal visits or tokens sent and also by their large attendance
at his last rites at the St. Alphonsus Church as well as at the fun-
( eral procession thence to the Roseau Catholic Cemetery ,


Further Remand
For PWD accused
The three men who were
charged in connection with l1
legged misapprrprintion of Pub-
lic Works funds. Messrs Nesbitt.
Clayton Shillingford, and Ber-
nard Eugene, were before the
Court on Thursday this week.
They were remanded until the
20th & 18th March and sine die
respectively, due to incorrect
wording of the charge.



Gloom Starts In
Infancy

Babies weaned early are likely zo be
much more pessimistic about the
world when they reach adulthood
than those weaned late says Professor
George Carstairs of the University of
Edinburgh. He said that his
experiments confirm a theory
originally putforth by. Sigmund
Freud. (CP)


COLONY OF DOMINICA


TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 9th day .of March 1963.
Nature df request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of Title or
_Noting thereon or Caveat.
Request dated Tilson Maxwell Request for the issue of a
First Certificate of Title in
18th Jan. 1963 respect of that portion of
by his Solicitor land situate in the Parish of
Presented St. Andrew, in the Colony
7th March 1963 of Dominica containing
at 10.45 am 1 Vanya Dupigny 640 square feet and
bounded as follows:- On the
North by land of Serrance St. Armie; On the South and South-Fast
by a Public Drain separating it from Heirs of Moses Joseph: On the West
by Public Road.


Registrar's Office
Roseau, 7th Mar, 1963


JOSEPH. A. MARCANO
Ag. Registrar of Titles


NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Cerfi-
ficate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat ih the above
office within four weeks from the date of the first appearance of the
above Schedule in the Oficial Gazette and the DOMINICA HERALD news-
paper published in this Island.



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FOODS FOR - LENTEN SEASON

AT THE


SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1963


PAGE FIVE


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PACE_ SI DOIC HERALD SAUDY ARH2.16


Work-And-Earn Rev. Philip Potter On W.I. Sugar &
For Sco s Ad Achivements Of British Cocoa In British
For Scouts And Missionaries ocoa Brit
Guides Recalling the achievements of Confectionery
b iB h d;;nnp ln in4r1v nd


University Of The West Indies

The University will start teaching in October 1963 for
general degrees in Arts and Science in Trinidad (day and


rin h M aries i upaCstoUyears, the Sugar and other ingredients from evening), in Barbados (day and evening) and in Jamaica
countries over tke past So years, the West Indies play a part in the evening) .
At a joint meeting of the Reverend Philip Potter, Secretary of the West Indies play a part in the (evening).
Guide and Scout Leaders the Methodist Missionary Society steady home and export demand for Applications are invited for teaching posts at all levels,
held on Thursday Match responsible for Wnest Africa Britsh confectionery. Mr. Lloyd from Assistant Lecturer to Professor, in the following sub-
I4th at the St. Alphonsus and the W e s t Indies, said in Ow en, President of thAlliane Chocolate
School room in aid of fund London recently that there is still Chairman of the Rowntree Conm-
room for an expansion of missionary ar published in French Botany
raising for their Headquart- services from Britain. pany in an artic French Botany
ers, it was agreed that Bob- Dominican-born Mr. Potter is a Perdon ea he British are thelarg Spanish Zoology
a-job will be called Work- former youth secretary of the World est consumers of confectionery in English Physics
and-Earn week. Council o f Churches. H e waste cosumers of confectionery in English Physics
and-Earn week. Council of Churches. He was the world and British factories pro- History Chemistry
That the scouts through- e th annual di Laymens missionaryfth duce 6oo,ooo tons a year for the Economics Yat'iematics
Thwt the scould cugh- Methodist Laymens' missionary home market. Sociology Geography
out Dominica would c a Movement shortly before leaving for home British taste for cnfSociology Geography
for jobs starting from April West Africa, where he is to attend The riih
6th to April 13th and the the Methodists' West Africa Coun- has been growingsteadily Candidates should state whether thehave preferences
uides inturn would also cil meeting in Accrafiomithto world war and on present figures each Candidates should state whether they have preferences
Guides in turn would also March. i A4 to Briton eats eight ounces a week. for working in Trinidad, in Barbados or in Jamaica.
clfor jobs from April 27th He is at present in Sierra Leone Salary scales: Assistant Lecturer or Lecturer 1,oSo-
to May 4th. A Sub-Cor- and will leave for Accra on z:th 2,Ioo, according to age and experience; Seicor Lecturer
mittee consisting of Mr. Roy March. After the Council meeting, Rockaway Reopens /J1,750 x 75- L2,675; Professor in th; range C2,85o--
Royer joint Commissioner Mr. Potter will go to the Gambia,Child allowance (limited to three children)
South as Chairman arriving on 22nd March Under the new propritorship of C.3,850o. Child allowance (limited to three children) Zso
South as C iand returning to Britain on 8th Hesketh Shillingford, the Rockaway for first child, o10 for second child, and 50o for third
and Mrs. Robinson March. reopened its doors as the Rockaway child. F.S.S.U. Unfurnished accommodation at rental of
Guide Commi s s i o n e r Addressing the meeting in Lon. Club last week. It will be remem- 10% of pensionable salary or housing allowance of 10%.
as Treasurer, Guider Wade don, he said that in many fast-grow. bered that Hiram Williams suffered Up to ive full passages on appointment, or normal termina-
as Secretary, Mr. Arlington ing urban communities overseas,thou- a total clanout when the place was and on study leave (once every three years).
Riviere as Public relations ands of people previously untouch- burgled last year, and he had per- .on and on study leave (once every three years).
R ere a Public relations heospe were o ng within forceto close upaltogether, The Applications (six copies) giving full particulars of
Officer and five other Guide reach ofthe church. This created new Rockaway has been completely qualifications and experience, date of birth and the names of
and Scout Leaders as mem- an unprecedented opportunity whih reconditioned and is more attractive three referees should be sent as soon as possible, and not later
bers was formed. had to be faced. thanever. It isequipped to dealthan April 27, 1963, by persons living in the Western
Youngster under zo represent witlarge parties (such as wedding .
It is hoped that the peo- ov unse upon orp nt wl pris or he we Hemisphere to the Registrar, University of the West Indies,
pie of Dominica will give ad Asia, yc the church's approach who w.nt a quiet dinner by the Kingston 7, Jamaica, and all other persons to the Secretary,
the Scouts and Guides teir still codentrates on the older pro- swish of the waves. A new snack The Inter-University Council for Higher Education Over-
whole hearted support to.. pi he continued. "Graduation bar has been inalled and the bar. seas, 29 Woburn Square, London, W.C.L, England. Fur-
- from school ofien. means graduation tender ad bamaidec profesja p iculr-ma e hti sim ly --
-" ' Gilv r m f ch.urch. a;lly tai~ffirom rnia.,- -a-_ _.
cause to help the youth of There is no substitute for a living, The proprietor, Mr Hesketh, had .
the island. (cont..) teaching church. Missonaries must a very successful opening) party last
also be ambassadors ofreconciliation week at which some 40 pnsos lty f The W t Indles
-n- .. .- m inter-tribal conflicts and hostiui were present, They were we
ties". tertained and were much impressed
The lesson at the meeting was with the new decor.' Applications are invited for the post of Professor or Senior Lecurer
oliha t Bridgeby the Reverend Sraphin D. The blessing, by Rev. Fr. Felix, in law, to be held at St. Augustine, Trinidad. Some teaching is involved for
.II*I-- Qn i lvpl Williams, of Sierra Lone. (BIS) took place earlier on that Friday B.A. degrees, but the post is establish primarily for legal research.


UMIIL OlUGUUIIz

We received, too late for last
week's People's Post, a letter
from Mr. F.R. Lecointe com-
plimenting the Public Works
Department on excellent and
speedy work in erecting "an
iron bridge over our dan-
gerous Colihaut river which
shall be an upliftment to the
village and an instrument for
economic and financial cases
for the village."
Mr. Lecointe particularly
singles out Messrs. B. Hunter
and P e ter Dechamps for
praise-the Project Engineer
and Engineer Foreman on
the job. He states "looking
bac k from the start of the
work up to today's date I
must give honour in the
interest that these two men
had taken in erecting of same
bridge without wasting one
minute time", and goes on to
say that if Government
would appreciate these men's
work and other government
employees follow their ex-
ample "Dominica w o u I d
one day be solid and wealthy."


West Berlin -
Socialist Again Venus Dark &


West Berliners gave their Socialist
Mayor Willy Brandt a smashing
vote of confidence in their firsr muni-
cipal election since the Communists
build the Berlin wall. Brandt's
Anti-Communist Socialists won 89
of 14o seats in the City's new Par-
liament. They had 77 deputies in
the 133 seat House when they had
elections last, four years ago. (CP)


Lonely
Scientific analysis of the radar
reports received of the Mariner iz
U.S. space probe shows that Venus
is a lonely dark world of dry sandy
desert with 8oo degree heat and cov-
ered with heavy nearly waterless
clouds. There is no hope for life
except in the dark clouds. (CP)


BOIS CHANDEL AND TIT ANSE f
Now in the Limelight!
Both places situated at Grand Savannah Pasture ind
(the vicinity of Salisbury, Parish of St. Joseph.
( Land to be Surveyed by Private Owners soon.
S All or any persons having to do with lands planted or unplanted
on the portions above mentioned viz. Bois Chandel and Tit Anse, situat-
ed near the Grand Savannah pasture, WILL BE REQUIRED to put in hisd
or her claim as well as any caveat or any necessary document TO BE)
PRODUCED which should be read at the specific time, as the Survey of
a cert-in portion of Bols Chandel and Tit Anse will take place in thej
course of thirty (30) days from the date of this publication.
For further information of the General Public, the land is regis-1
tered in Book 2 Folio 5. and is bounded as follows:-North by Crown
land, South by Crown land, East by Crown land and West by the Sea,
the said land or property having its right and lawful owners, as the
survey will point out openly. .
(Sgd) Ellis J. Charles,
Proprietor.
Mar. --23
r -Y -) I --UUI)U-CU I


baiusy rscalaS :rrtacssor in raU g 2s5, -o k316 ,1 -
turer 1.750 x 75 --2,675. Child allowance (limited to three children)
Iso for first child, Coo for second child, so for third child. F S S.U.
Unfurnished accommodation at rental of o0% of pensionable salary or
housing allowance of 1o%. Up to five full passages on appointment, on
normal termination and on study leave (once every three years).
Applications (six copies) giving full particulars of qualifications and
experience, date ofbirth. and the names of three referees by April 27,1963,
to the Secretary, Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas,
29 Woburn Square, London, W.C.I. England, from whom further partic-
ulars may be obtained.
Mar 23


1 NotLca To Banana Growers
1 Banana Prices
Growers are notified that the Green Boat Price has
been increased from 46. 5. 0. to 56. 15. 0. with effect
from 18th March, 1963.
However, there will be no increase in the price
to growers as it will still be necessary to subsidize the
Price of 40 per 1fb at Reception Stations from the Asso-
ciation's reserve funds at the rate of .024 per tb.
Prices payable will therefore continue to be as fol-
lows: -
SReception Station 4.00 per Ib.
Buying Points, S.D. 3.40per Ib.
Buying Points, N.D. 3.280 per Ib.
A. D. BOYD
General Manager
\ Dominica Banana Growers Association
| 15th March, 1963.
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SATURDAY. MARCH 23, 1963


DOMINICA HERALD


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SATURDAY,~_ MAC 3 93 OIIAHRADPG EE


People's Post

Cont. from page 4
friend should have asked himself this
question:- "Who has caused the
usefulness of those two officers to
come to an end" The public,
He should remember, and so in fact
should all those who tolerate this
bit of nonsense of his, that at the
time when things were not bright, it
was those two men who brightened
it. As he quoted, "'no regard to the


thus giving a secret enemy a chance
to wreak vengeance. Surely they
were all stabbed to the heart with a
burning surprise, some literally some
virtually.
Whatever the prospects, the prop-
het declares "In the very place where
the dogs licked the blood ofNaboth,
shall the dogs lick thy blood, even
thine."
A SYMPATHIZER, Wesley

Carnival News--
Trinidad


Jobs And The
Outside Child
Dear Editor 7 here appears
to be one law for rrcn and ano-
ther for women in Do)niinic;i.
A female teacher or clerical
assistant or Nurse is expected
to resign or is removed frem ser-
vice if she bears an illegitimate
child.
On the other hand we have in-
numerable instances of men in
Gove nment service who continue
rt hatvA childrlp nill nf wdprllOck


community." is it that he himself has Dear Sir. 1 C.... .. .-
regard or usefulness to the public. I was very surprised It is high time that ihe Ad-
Haven't the Chief of Police and when I read the Trinidad Guar ministrator gives notice to all
all other Policemen done enicugh to dian and saw the terrible accident members of the Civil Service that
make the best out of Carnival? Yes, which occurred during the Carni- dismissal in these cas-s will be
thy have done so, and things would val in Domitica with all that fire. applicable to all who bring dis-
be vettr only if men like my broth- I was so shocked to read of many honour to themselves and the
be tr only i men lke my broth- people geumig burned and even Service. It must be brought home
r would lend a helping an one dying in the Hospital, and tothem that illegitimacy brings
My "brother" is encouraging the I heard that the Shillingford with i a train of suffering to both
public to be like iun,i and 1 only gentleman who went to Jamaica mother and child and men can-
think people similar in nature and died also; that's a very terrible not expect to escape from the
character would be so ungrateful, thing to happen.. I saw in the harm they bring upon their off-
My friend, I am very sorry tor paper where they said ihe police spring who are the innocent
you. Take m y advice, brother, had suspected fcul play, and that victims.
forget the tickets you intend to buy all the tyres o n Shillingford's
forget those you would employ, and car w e r e slashed. W el frini- While in many instances this
above all forget w ould emlo and dad i n contrast h ad a very wil act as a deterrent in others
above all forget Mr Cousins and clean carnival wi thout a figh.. the fear of exposure for their
Colonel Lovelace. Brother you Twelve beauties went up for the misdeeds or lack of support for
were not informed when they were Queen show this year Miss their children will now make
to bL sent here, so why should you Y. De Lima was chosen queen. them anxious to look after those
be advising and authorising these The Mighty Sparrow got the children born out of wedlock. It
people when t o start packing? crown of Calypso king: he sang would seem that the latter is not
Leave it to those concerned. My "Kennedy" and "Dan is the man a desirable feature that men
brother, one more advice to you, in the Van". Lord Kitchener was should be motivated out of fear
whether you hke it or not. Look runner-up, with "The Road was but where intolerable suffering
before you leap; or see a mental made.to Walk" which was this and degradation are the outcome
before year's roadmarch. Dougla come of their actions then men must
Doctor, in third. So Trinidad was very be made to honour their man-
YoUrtsvery truly;, good this year. blood, by at least paying for their
No, i19 ADVISER Barbados Your truly, misconduct.
S--- iKAN"---- J.WILLIAMS
____-_______, Maraval, Trinidad. Roseau


Carnival A
Monstrosity
(Anridged)
Sir, -Carnival is a pagan festival
which had to do with excess in flesh
eating and carousing, now atoned
for oy swinging back, like a boome-
rang, to normality during the Len-
ten Season, Like the one-time
devil dancing of the dark places of
Africa, it addresses itself to civiliza-
tion, brngng along with it honors
of behaviour.
It gives a man a chance to make
himself ridiculous, to ape the cru-
dest and must unnatural caricatures
imaginable. From a graceful being,
created a little lower than the angels,
he revels in making himself hideous
or nondescript with horns, weird
painttigs and old rags. This is a
shocking and distasteful demonstra-
tion to the angels.
Let the Jaycees know that they
are spoihng the good that they can
do by adopting Carnival. Carvi-
val is a wild ferocious animal that
cannot be Christianised, civilized
nor tamed. Its career s a testimony.
With a sympathy too deep for words,
I am moved by the death of those
innocent victims. It is, however, a
surprise to me that businessmen of
such calibre should be caught in
this motley crowd. Let the rabble
and irresponsible assemble for such
wasting of time and energy-not
doctors, lawyers, nurses and pivotal
businessmen, the hub of the com-
munity.
Believe it or not it is a blunder;
it is idle for men of such responsi-
bility to step into such an arena,


International
pondence Club


Corres- DOCTOR SETTLES IN


Will Mr. V. R. Solomon kind-
ly give his full address, so that
we may publish his letter.
Should he still wish to advertise
in the rFRAIDt would he please
come to the office and discuss the
matter with the Managing Editor.


Grandbay's new District Medi-
cal Offices, Danish Doctor
Stubsgaard, has assumed duties
and settled in with his family Dr.
Stubsgaard arrived in Dominica
on March 5.


DAWBINEY LITERARY CLUB Refugee Bidault
*rA nnI nf,%v -


APOULOGY
The Herald understands that Miss
Oliver Brand has received a letter of
apology from the President of the
Dawbiney Literary Club regarding
the fact that her expulsion from
the Club was Fublicised.


STEINBACH, GERMANY March 15,
CP:- Former French Premier
Georges Bidault said today that he
will not trade his political struggle for
security. He added that he still
considers himself Leader of the op.
position to President de Gaulle.


[ CARD OF THANKS

t Mr. & Mrs. Hesketh Shillingford wish to express their sincere)
!thanks to all those who sent messages of sympathy, helped in their
funeral arrangements, and gave tokens of their sympathy at the loss of
(the late Eric Shillingford, who died as a result of the disastrous Carni-g
ival fire on Monday, February 25th.

FRENCH LITERATURE

The following new French Books have just been received from Paris
and added to The Cercle Frangais collection at the Free Library:
Marie CARDINAL ..... ECOUTEZ LA MER (Prize-winning Novel)
Henri TROYAT ..... LES DAMES DE SIBERIE
BORDONOVE ........ H. de MONTHERLAND
Francoise SAGAN .... LA ROBE MAUVE DE VALENTIN- A Play
G. ASCAR ... NORMANDIE (Beautiful illustrated travel-
book)


University Of The West Indies
Applications are invited for posts of Lecturer in Mi"
crobiology. Duties will include routine Clinical Bacteiio-
logical o r Virological work for the University Hospital and
instructions i n Microbiology t o students working for the
medical degrees of the University of London. The appoint-
ments are for two years in the first instance and may be ex-
tended by agreement of both parties.
Salary scale: I,600 x 100- 2,400 x 50-- 2,450.
Child allowance (limited to three children) 15so for first
child, Ioo for second child 50o for third child. F.S.S.U.
Unfurnished accommodation at rental of Io/o% of pensionable
salary. Up to five full passages on appointment on normal
termination.
Application (io copies) giving full particulars of qua-
lifications and experience, date of birth, and the names of
three referees by April 29, 1963, to the Academic Registrar,
University of London, Senate House, London, U.C.I.,
from whom further particulars may be obtained.
Mar. 23




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Bulldozers' Damage

We print below, without comment, copy of a letter sent to the C. M,
by the Mayor of Roseau at the letter's request,
16th March, 1963
The Honourable Chief Minister,
Ministerial Offices,


Roseau.
Sir,-On the 21st of February last, I was forced to appeal
to the Honourable Minister for Works & Communications
drawing his attention, and through him that of Govern-
m e n t, to the repeated cases of destruction of the streets of
Roseau by bulldozers.
This letter was acknowledge by the Honourable Min-
ister's letter dated 5th March which reads ad extenso.
"I have the honour to acknowledge receipt of y o u r
letter dated 21st February, on the subject of damage done
by Bulldozers of the Public Works Department to the
streets of Roseau and to inform you that the contents of
your letters have been noted."
I am to p o i n t out, that the Honourable Minister's
stereotyped acknowledgement serves as evidence of Govern-
ment's unwillingness to cooperate with the Roseau T o w n
Council in maintaining proper streets in Roseau as in any
other project, for since the date of my letter bulldozers have
on two occasions caused damage (o the Streets, making a
total of three cases of such wilful mischief since the repara-
tion of the streets.
Finally I must inform you, that since there is no more
that the Council can do in this important matter, copies of
all such correspondence will be released to the Press and
Radio.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,
STAR S. LESTRADE
Mayor of Roseau.


Dawbiney On 'Religion And Capitalism'


By Herald Literary Club Reporter


interests. In


the Post-Reformation


In reply to a question, Mr, Law-


Last Thursday evening, i n a
philosophical discourse of a stand
ard that satisfied the highest tradi-
tions of the Club, Mr. Wendell
Lawrence gave a thought-provoking
talk on Religion and Capitalism.
Religion he took to mean the univer-
sal service and adoration of God, and
Capitalism the economic system con
ducted by free private enterprise and
controlled under competitive condi-
tions. The word church would also
be used, but only as reference to the
universal society of Christianity and
not to any particular Church.
Mr Lawrence commenced by trac-
ing the history of the relationship be-
tween Religion and Capitalism from
Mediaeval times prior to the I6th
Century. Then was the rise of capi-
talism and the attempt of Religion to
control every economic activity by a
tight moral framework. Later came
the 16th Century and the Reforma
tion with its spirit ofrejuvenation and
purification which saw the beginning
of change in the conception of rela-
tions between religion and secular


Arbitration Con-
ference At U.W.I.
Published

The proceedings of the Industial
Relations Conference on the Theory
and Practice of Arbitration, held
at the University of the West In lies,
Mona in November, 1962 have re.
cently been published by the insti-
tute of Social and Economic Re-
search. The published proceedings
are edited by Dr. G.E. Eaton, Lec-
turer in the Department of Econo-
mics at the University, who organ-
ised the Conference. The book
contains the seven main lectures pre-
sented, together with selections from
the discussions of the main papers as
well as from panel discussions of
related topics.
The main contributors are:-
Mr. S.W. Mowatt, "Third Party
Intervention- the difference between
Conciliation, Mediation and Arbit-
ration:" Dr. G.E. Eaton, "The
Theory and Practice ofArbitration":
Mr. S.G. Flethber, "Presentation of
the Case- An Employer's point of
view": Mr. Lascelles Beckford,
"Presentation of the Case, a Trade
Union point of view": Mr. Frank
Hill, "Arbitration and Public Inter-
est": Senator Michael Manley, "Econ-
omic Criteria by which arbitrators
may be guided": and Mr J.A.H.
Duffis, "Legal Aspects of Arbitra-
tion."
In an extended introduction in
which he reviews recent trends in
labor-management relations in
Jamaica, Dr. Eaton ss "The pub-
licaon .. will it is hoped serve a
number of purposes. First of all, it


is intended to be, for participants, a
permanent record of their delibera-
tions on which: they can draw to
refresh their own impressions. Se-
condly the bound proceedings can
serve as a reference book or point of
departure for further discussion .. ,
Thirdly this publication may usefully
serve as a training manual for man.
agement, trade unionists and arbitra-
tors. Fourthly we hope this book
may have a wider appeal to the
public at large, providing as it may,
some insight into the institutional
arrangements which have been fash-
ioned to contain and minimize
industrial conflict."
Copies may be purchased from
the Institute of Social and Economic
Research, Mona, at a price of 8-
each.



Pope Says Share
World's Wealth
VATICAN CIT:, Mar 14 CP: Pope
John today appealed to all men
of good will to work for better
use and better sbaribg of the
world's resources.

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period, there was a growth of eco- rence ventured to give as his ideal sys-
nomic individualism and the church ter, a form ofCommunism--not the
became an arm of the State. Then distorted version of Marxism which
came the industrial Revolution of the he felt could not last very long -
r8th Century which saw the cor- but a form in which everyone through
plete weakening of Religion in the som vast system of co-operatives, will
economic, political and social spheres. participate in ownership and sharing
For this part of the talk, Mr. Law of profits and in which Religion, by
rence quoted freely from R. H. Taw- injecting the required moral values,
ney's 'Religion and the Rise of will create the proper psychological
Capitalism.' environment for free economic
The modern relationship, Mr. enterprise, which in turn will
Lawrence said, can be seen in the determine the most efficient social
teachings of the masterly encyclical order.
'Reru m Novarum' of Pope Leo XIII, The meeting under the chairman-
and in later encyclicals of succeed- ship of Hon. E.B. Henry approved
ing Popes. These teachings point the applications for membership into
to the grave convict besetting Reli- the Club fiom Miss H Jno. Baptiste,
gion today in the capitalist world in Dr E. Armour and Mr. E. Ccm-
which it is postulated that the indivi- mon.
dual should not be free as a capitalist,
but should be free as a person. In Carnival in BraZil
Mr. Lawrence's opinion, this conflict t d
is one that might never be resolved, 1963 Carnival festive .I in Ro de-
the irreconcilable element being cap- Janeiro there were 422 arrests for
italism and its constant nurturing of law breaking but nobody was
an economic plutocracy. burnt alive.










SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1963


Something About Government
(Continued from page 2)
must have the intellgent interest of every man and woman.
It is argued by some that people cannot vote intelligently in
a world where problems are so complicated, but they do
not have to vote on the details of such problems. T h e i r
first obvious responsibility is to choose representatives who
are qualified by intelligence and integrity. A second duty
is to keep themselves informed about the issues which face
the country and the actions of their representatives regarding
them. A third obligation is to see that their opinions are
conveyed to their representatives on every important i s s u e.
Every voter should demand the same clear statement
of policy from the man seeking his vote as he expects to get
on a package of food or a bottle of drugs: not vague and
cloudy in its terms but specific and clear and honest.

Canadian System of Government
A constitutional monarchy is a system of government
in which the powers of the Crown are controlled by the
advisers of the Queen, and the advisers are controlled in
turn by the elected representatives of the people. It is the
most successful form of democratic government the world


majority in each House of Parliament, and must be signed by the Queen or M message From
her representative.
Parliament, the effective meeting place for the thoughts of the people Martinique
and the effective means of putting their wishes into practice, is the only
mode of government so far found that replaces tyranny with liberty. "Encourapged by the success of the
Some of the safeguards resid in the fact that no government ever has Dominici Cercle Francais, a group
everything its own way. The party which has the majority of seats is said of five boys ofLycee Schoelcher met
to be "in power" and its opponents are "in opposition," Every new together at the beginning of Feb.
measure of law is placed in the dockwith the government as advocate and ruary at Professor Lucette's studios
the opposition to lay bare its faults. and formed a steering committee to
The opposition is not charged with obstructing merely for the sake of start up a British West Indies Lovers
opposing. It may support the government when it thinks the government Club. Their names were Messieurs
is acting wisely, but its chief duty is to show in a constructive way how it Daries. Eloise, Jean-Pierre, Li-Kao,
thinks the government's policy should be improved, and Maloude.
Harrying tactics are tempting to an opposition, but if pursued to excess "The second meeting of the
they deprive opposition itself of the time to take up usefnl projects. It must B.W.I.L.C. took place in the shad-
keep a shrewd sense of the perspective of politics as seen from outside Parlia- ows of the centenarian trees of Fort
ment Hill. It must persuade the electorate that it has a robust and valid de France savannah on Ma-ch 2, and
alternative to offer to the proposal it opposes. s'x new members,-Messrs. Eliazord,
T___ D :- T ...J


BELLOT SHINES AT ART SHOW

(From The Barbados Sunday News)
Mrs. Katharine Jenkins, executive director of the Fontabelle Art
Gallery, Barbados, has opened her first show of work by local artists.
By far the most prolific of these is Angelo Bellot, a Dominican by
1 .1 1 -,-. ...-I I I- 11.... .. .


Jean-batiste, Lise, Lorenzo, Hidas
and Silvestrewere welcomed by the
chairman, Mr. Lucette. It was deci-
ded to establish friendly relationships
and correspondence with young fel-
lows from Dominica. A week-cid
at Fond Coulet was agreed upon for
April 1st. The assembly send their
cordial "salute" to all members of the
Circle, and would be hippy to rt-
ceive addresses of correspondents soon


has yet produced. birth but now living in Roebuck Street, Bridgetown. Bellot a self-taught through the Cercle, via Mr. Lucette."
The British North America Act provides that 'the painter, has a remarkable capacity for putting on canvas not only physical Younger members of the Cercle
snapes such as boats or houses, but also his own individual way of seeing welcomed this amical youthful mess-
Executive Government and authority of and over Canada them. The colours are for the most part subdued: browns, green, greys, age, especially at a time when student
is... vested in the Queen." The functions of the Crown pale blues, although there are one or two powerful pattern pieces with life in Martinique is somewhat disturb
are discharged in Canada by the Governor General in ac- more direct primary colours, ed, and at Monday's meeting of the
cordance with established principles of responsible govern- One justification of Mrs, Jenkins action in establishing a commercial Cercle Francais, volunteers from the
ment. The practical executive functions of government are art gallery is that five of the works by Bellot, hitherto comparatively unre- Dominica Grammar School agreed
exer ed he Cabiecognsed (although his works have been seen at the museum), have been to get in touch with the young
exercised by the Cabinet. sold in the first three days of the show. Martiniquians.
Canada is a federal state: certain powers are allotted to a central govern-
ment and certain others to provincial government. The legal foundation -And. Mr Bellot's first and ast motionin the late Federal 7
of this federation is a statute of the Imperial Parliament, the British North House off Represntatkiess- l.--Ad"Vt.
Ameica Act of t 867, as amended from time to time This document seo reen
m n itm-&i m tn- m -provrmes Lan-pr~ide-d heiiamiework iinto which WHEREAS, due to historical circumstances. the pattern of family life HEINEKEN'S GIVEAWAY
were fiated, as time became opportune, the additional six provinces But it .
were fitted, as time be ame opportune, f the Uaddional s t prices But in the West Indies is frequentlyof such a character as to cast a slur on the For The Months Of February;
does not pretend to be a consiturton like that of the United States, setting mor standards of our people, particularly insofa as thesocial and inancal March and April, You will get ONE
forth a well rounded emumeration and description of authorities anA func-
tions. It is the skeleton supporting wide assortment of laws, judicial responsibility for supporting children, whether born in or out of wedlock, OLLA ($1.00) for every Marked
l 't is te s o s t ing ai o a ci is concerned; Heineken Cap you bring in to our
decisions, and usages which enter into the structure and operation of the is concerned; : hnena n brmnn
e on, BE IT RESOLVED that this honourable House take notice of the Wholesale Department.
ov e B. N. A. Act does not spellout rights, but its preamble states Report of a Survey entitled "CHILD CARE" published by the West Heineken's Beer is sold in nearly
The B. N. A Act does not spell out rits,ne Youth Trust Fund; every Shop in Dominica
that the provinces of Canada wish to be federally united "with a constitution Inches Youth Trust Fund; every Shop in Dominica
similar in p r i n c i p la to that of the United Kingdom." AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVE that in the opinion of this J. ASTAPHAN & CO. LTD.
We can say, then, that it was intended that the Honourable House it would be commendable if Unit Governments would Agents.
things fundamental td democracy, developed in the United King- examine and if necessary revise such laws as relate to the responsibility of Jan. 5-26, Feb. 2-23
dom over the centuries, should belong to Canada also: the role of law, free- parents for their children.Mar. 2-23
dom of speech and of the press, freedom of assembly and of association,
freedom of worship, habeas corpus, the presumption that a man is innocent -........ ... ..........,................. ,, ,....
until he is proved guilty. In fact, these rights have been observed as part Notice Of Application NOTICE
of our unwritten constitution. tipplication' NOTICE


The Canadian government in action
Standing at the apex of the governmental executive power is the Prime
Minister surrounded by the members of his cabinet. Each member of the
cabinet is responsible for the administration of a department of government
staffed by civil servants presided over by a deputy minister appointed by the
government.
The basic qualities of the cabinet are secrecy, unity of outlook, collec-
tive responsibility, and accountability to Parliament. It exercises control
over the House of Commons through its prerogative of dissolution. It is
made representative of the racial and religious and sectional interest of Cana-
da by selection of its members.
The outstanding duty of the cabinet is to furnish initiative and leader-
ship, to provide a national policy, to cope with present emergencies, and to
plan for future needs. The confidence of the people is won by a cabinet
which displays these qualities objectively and consistently. If a government
measure is defeated in Parliament, the cabinet is said to have "lost the confi-
dence" of the House, and its members will offer their resignations.
As long ago as 1912 a commission enquiring into the public service
of Canada reported that cabinet ministers bore an almost intolerable burden
of work. Since that time, parliamentary assistants, now called "parliamen-
tary secretaries" have been taking some of the load, and there has been more
delegation of technical routine and administrative tasks.
The are two chambers in the Canadian Parliament: the Senate and
the House of Commons. The duties of the Senate include the review of
all legislation passed by the Commons, but it may introduce legislation
which it considers desirable in the best interests of the country. It was not
intended to be a competitor of the House of Commons, but rather, as the
firit Canadian Prime Minister said, to be a second chamber which could
"take a sober second look" at legislation initiated in the lower house. By
its nature, it affords protection to minorities and to the established, social
system. Every Act or Statute, before it becomes law, must be passed by a


For Liquor Licences

To the Magistrate Dist. "C" & the
Chief of Police.
I, JOLLY PHILLIP now residing at
Wesley Parish of St. Andrew do
hereby give you notice that it is my
intention to apply at the Magistrate's
Court to be held at Portsmouth on
Tuesday, the 2nd. day of April 1963,
ensuing for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE
in respect of my premises at Wesley
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Dated the 7th day of January 1963.
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Mar. 16- 30

To the MNgistrate Dist. "E'
& the Chief of Police.
I, GEORGE JERVIER now resid-
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Mark do hereby give you notice.
that t is my intention to apply
at the Magistrate's Court to be
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2nd of April 1963, ensuing for a
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SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1963


PAGE TEN


Children's (Factual Test) Corner
Dear Girls and Boys, -- You often hear grown-ups speak of "patrio-
tism". What does that mean? It simply means love of country. How
can you show love of country? One can show love of country (I) By
Obeying it's laws, (2) By paying taxes. (3) By voting.
The other day we discussed he question of taxes. Today we shall
speak about "voting". A citizen who loves his country is sincerely inter-
ested in its welfare. He shows his interest by making use of his privilege
as a voter and going to the polls at election time. Voting is not only a
privilege but a duty.
You are all too young to vote but early in life you should be taking
an interest in political parties. You should ask questions and try to find
out how the pirty system w.rks. In countries like England, one family
will belong to a particular party for many generations. The party system
is a very new form of government here and that is why every effort should
be made by you to understand how it works.
Candidates for office such as ministers are provided by the party. The
party which succeeds in getting the most candidates returned at election
time comes into power.
In Dominica there are at present only two parties the Dominica
Labour Party which is in power and the Dominica United People's Party.
At the last election some people rtn as Independent Candidates in
any case such people are too few in numbers even if returned -to form
a Government. Eventually, if returned, they generally join the ruling party
or the Opposition.
Now one must be twentyone years of age to be able to vote, and any
one as long as he is not a criminal or lunatic can exercise that privilege.
Voting is also a duty. Unfortunately, this duty is not taken seriously here
l ....1 .- ..,....-.. i ...... lrhot t inoe to theD ells at election


for victory, Spartans made light
work of the task. Irving Shilling-
ford 44 not out and C Adrien 28
not out in an unbroken 5th wicket
partnership of 60.
For Spartans, Skipper Seally must
be given full marks for the astute
handling of his team. Of the Black-
burn team, I can only say as they do
in the School reports: "A disap-
pointing start to the new term. Must
do better next term ''
Before this match was started, two
minutes silence was observed in
memory of the late George James
who was a spin bowler for Spartans
A most touching gesture indeed.

Unpopular Decisions
At Windsor Park, Blutons beat
Notre Dame by 8 wickets, Tem-
pers ran high in this match when
two decisions went against Nrtre
Dame. I am in complete sympathy
with them when a man who never
played the game, and who shows
no evidence of ever having studied
the rules, finds himself officiating in
a First Division match: anything


and just a small percenLitac uo tric r, oVauo"' .... ... ...... can happen.
time.an
Strange as it may seem it is those who have recently got the privilege Be that as it may Notre Dame
who make use of it. Those wno should know better don't bother. If were hustled out for 85 on a fast
those people lived in certain parts of the world like South Africa they turner. E, Jno Baptiste (31) and
would not be allowed to vote. I wander how they would feel? P. Henry (2) were the only ones
Each citizen is compelled to help preserve the welfare of the country able to stop the lindslde for a
,in which he lives. Therefore he should be anxious to vote into office in. while. W. Le Blanc made good
telligent and conscientious people. Thosewho do not care to take the time use of the wicket, taking 6 for I3.
or the trouble to do this cannot call themselves good citizens. Such peo- Blutons fared title better, biting all
ple are sometime interested only in taking care of themselves. out o ins beas
Patriotism is different from Nationalism. Nationalism is an exagget- proved almost unplayable, ,and his 7
ated love ofone's country. A nationalist believes hicountrys o never of his best per
wrong and believes that every other country is inferior to his own. This formances. For B u t ons Leroy
attitude is wrong and in such countries life is never peaceful. In such Shillingford played a goodinnings
.a ....-w:_ _rBa-iing- .-r .wst--- N ,,
versedd -.es Damestaredwell, but the middle
e ow, some of you in school today might be privileged in a few batsman fled. Itwas left to J. Gage
more years inhelping to rule your country. Now is the time to prepare (12) and E. Shdlingford (i7 not
and understand the great privilege that will be yofirs. out) to give the score a respectable
Cherio, till next week, Love from Auntie Fran, look. They were all out for 90, Earlier
on, O. Lewis and B, Austrie (27)
QUESTION:-- were associated in an opening stand
(i) Give the meaning of the word "Patriotism." of37. For Blutons, F. Thomas got
(2) What is Nationalism 5 for 45 and E, Severin 3 for 27.
Norris again showed what a bad
(3) Which Party is in power presently. starter is. T s hoed what a d
starter he is. Tbis trme be did not
NAE even start; he failed to score in both
SCHOOL innings. Blutons scored the required
53 runs fot the loss of 2 wickets
PRIZEWINNERS:- with Leroy Shillingford getting 25
S, \ vr rT .,. not out.


Ist. Prizewinner: ($1.25) Anna Burnette; w.H S.; anda rizewinner:
($1.oo) Malcolm Reid, D G. S.; 3rd Prizewinner: (750) Swinburne Les-
trade, St. Mary's Academy. Three consolation prizes of o50 each were
awarded to: John Peter, Technical Wing, D.G.S. Adalric Warrington,
Marigot Govt, School. Ursula Lawrence, Convent High School.

--SPORTLIGHT--

BY EDDIE ROBINSON


In the past, this column has con-
centrated on detailed accounts of the
D.A.S.A. league matches. I have
been approached by a few readers
and requested to shorten these reports
and delve more in other sports both
local and international. I am un-
able to make such changes without
consulting our readers. Please drop
us a line letting us know if you
would lik a change or not. The
address is, SPORTLIGHT, Dom-
inica Herald, Roseau.
--Cricket -
Spartans Win At Last
At the Botanic Gardens last week
end, Spartans beat Blackburn by 6
wickets; their first outright victory
in thee seasons of league cricket.


Blackburn on the other hand have
not secured a point in three matches
this season and are languishing at
the bottom of the league table.
Blackburn batted irresolutely in
compiling 141- Havis Shillhngford
(28) and R. Osbourne (21) were the
top scores. Irving Shillingford got
4 for 46 and Terry James 3 for 22
for Spartans. There was an interest-
ing struggle for ist innings lead
which Spartans narrowly won by 2
runs. A. Shillingford top-scored by
27. Again Backburns failed in
their and innings, failed to the spin
of I. Shillingford (3 for 27) and the
medium pace of Seally (4 for 45)
They were all out for 128. H. Dyer
scored 35 while Philips and Clem
John got za apiece. Set to get 127


Record by Truemam
In the last England Test with
New Zealand at Christchurch the
Yorkshire fast bowler, Freddie True-
man brought his total of Test wic-
kets to 250, passing the world record
of 242 recently set up by his collea-
gue of many cricket battles, Brian
Statham, of Lancashire. It was
Trueman's 56th Test.
Heavyweight Championsh!p
Fight Postponed
The World Heavyweight champ-
ion, Sonny Liston will undergo an
operation on a knee which he injur-
ed last month while swinging a golf
club As a result his return title
fight with Floyd Patterson is post-
poned indefinitely. Liston once said
that he could beat Patterson on one
leg and blindfolded. Meanwhile,
the one and only Cassius Marcellus
Clay (you just can't keep him out
of the picture) has told Patterson
not to worry, with keen training he
is willing to take Liston's place in
the ring on April loth. Should
Patterson agree, it is more likely that
the fight will take place in June.


Our Dream Comes True
Count. irom page 1
one voice agreed. The Chief
Minister said Mr. Van Geest is a
great man, and long may he live!"
The Minister for Communication
and Works stated "I am impressed
by the manner in which the private
owners welcome the news." He
asked all to be deservedly grateful to
Mr. Van Geest for his wonderful
gift.
Mr. E.P. Munro of the Central
Housing and Planning Authority,
outlined to the people a well-pre-
pared scheme showing what Gran-
villia hopes to be in the near future.
Hon. E.A. Leslie thanked the
speaker and said "Mr. Van Geest
will live in tbe memory of all Gran.
villians, those that are here and all
those to come, for it is only a man
like him who would make our
dream come true."
(contr. Emanuel Martin, Ports-
mouth)




Coca-Cola Award

A plaque was presented
at a pleasant little function
last Tuesday to the Mana-
g e r of Dominica Bottling
Company Ltd. (Mr.
G e o r ge Gabriel) by Dr.
Alvaros Carreras of Coca-
Cola Regional P ro6d u c t
Control, an international
corporation which s u p e r-
vises the standard and sani-
t at i o n of production of
this popular soft drink. Mr.
Davidson Riviere, who was
master of ceremonies, con-
gratulated the staff on such
a significant presentation.
Samples of Coca-Cola
are submitted regularly to
the Bahamas from all
Caribbean branch factories
for testing by regional chem-
ists, and Dominica Bottling
Co. won an award in
November 1962.


Freedom From
Hunger Week
Sponsored By U. N.- -F, A 0.
The Camp,,ign week is designed
through the pirticipatinn of
hundreds of millions of individ-
uals, to give a world-wid. impet-
us to tackling one of the probkms
of our lime world hung r and
poverty As one example of the
determined effort to mobilize
mankind's :esour;es to attack
these problems, at least 150 states
and territories will participate in
the one simultaneous action
possible for all governments-the
issue of some 1,000 million post-
age stamps bearing the Freedom
fiom Hunger message.
The Freedom from Hunger
Campaign seeks to find realistic
answers to the question raised by
the world food siruirion and to
promote international, national
and individual action for putting
them into effect. Nothing short
of an economic revolution in the
less developed countries can
bring about the changes needed
for promoting self-sustaining
growth.
Princess Margaret attended a
special service in London last
Sunday, at which the Archbishop
of tanterbury preached the ser-
mon, to mark Britian's celebra-
tion of world Freedom from
Hunger week. She made her
contribution to the cause. The
Anglican Archbishop declared
that Britain was spending money
on. armaments which would be
better spent on food for the hun-
gry. Workers in Britain are be-
ing asVed to give up a day's pay
to feed the starving.

C. M. LEAVES

The Regional Council of
Ministers is now meeting in
Barbados, a n d the Hon.
E.O. LeBlanc has fl o w n
do w n to attend it.

FOR SALE

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Applications are invited for the p o s t of Assistant
L e c t u r er or Lecturer in the Department of History.
Applicants should possess special qualifications either in
European History 1450-1750 or in American History.
The successful candidate will be expected to take up his
appointment on October i, 1963.
S a lar y scales: Assistant Lecturer I,50o x 5o-
1,200, Lecturer 1,300 x 50 -- 1,65o x 75 2,100.
Child allowance (limited to three children) 5so for fi r s t
child, ioo for second child, 50 for third child. F.S.S.U.
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