Dominica herald
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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: June 29, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Dominica -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Dominica
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Tha Finest Peopll I Wl D i h W /'' \ The Rickest SodJ I
SFur tie Genera Welfare of the People of Dominica, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole)




"Undesirable Alien" says Govt.

OHN Peltz Presmont, the man who tried (disr:garding
personal danger) to beat out the flames from Carnival
Fire Victims with his bare hands, has just recer-el 1 letter
from Govrnement asking him to show cause by July first as
to why he should not be deported as an undesirable alien. No
charges or details are preferred against him and attempts to
obtain information from official sources provoked nothing
more concrete than veiled hints of "disturbing the peace."
activitiesincluding the Performing
Awards For Bravery Arts Social Study Group (who put
on his play during Mental Health
Present, who ar- Week); free courses in public speak-
Mr. Presmont, ho r- ing, salesmanship, book-keeping and
rived here last August, was Yoga (in which every pupil may
b o r n and brought up in later become a teacher); and a Film
New York City, and has Society, through which he was
a fine war record, having planning to make a film, as well as
served for five yearsin the to import some artistic films from
other countries. In s h o r t Mr..
Pacific with the U. S. Air Presmont has aimed at encouraging
Force as a ground liaison the arts and humanities so as to bring
officer, gaining several cita- out the Jormant talents of many
tons for brpvery, two' onze Dominic;ns.

medals and the Air MIedal.
After his war service John
Presmont worked as an edu-
cator and administrator. He
has travelled widely.

Campbell Farmer

Now 41, Mr. Presmont
told us that "Dominica has
the most wonderful people
in the world, and is now
my home." He farms a
small area of land in Camp-
bell district during the week,
w h e r e he has introduced
Chinese cabbage and the
breeding of New Zealand
rabbits. He has built him-
self a model lowcost bunga-
low, the design of which is
available to all and sundry:
for the basis of Mr. Pres-
mont's ideas is that they are
free to be used by all Dom-
inicans on a co-operative
b a s i s. He received his
official permanent residence
permit about six months

Help Freely Given
Week-end activities in Roseau
have gained John Presmont many
friends, including a popular Doctor.
One of his schemes was discussed
last week with several prominent
citizens -- -Sparrow Village", a
community to care for orphaned and
underprivileged youngsters. Pre-
smont has also promoted many other

Will Fight Case
The American Consul-General
in Barbados has been contacted on
behalf of Mr. Presmont. and this
allegedly undesirable man's friends
would like to discover what Gov-
ernment holds against him, so that
the truth may be revealed.
The HERALD consider t h a t it
is unfair both to Mr. Presmont and
his associates in Dominica for Gov-
ernment to keep them in the dark
es to the reason for this harsh move,
which is just another sinister mys-
tery added to the horror of last Car-
nival, and appears to be another on-
slaught on liberty of the individuall
which was presaged by a recent
attempt to curtail freedom of the air.
It seems a shocking a n d untimely
action to take, just when President
Kennedy is cementing friendship be.
ween the U.S.A and the Common-
wealth. If the man, an acknow-
ledged hero, is considered by Gov-
ernment to be in any way a malefac-
tor, let them stute the charge openly.

Stale Rigid Law
The order under which deporta-
tions are made is an anachronistic
emergency law dating from World
War I, which enables anyone not of
Brittsh Birth to be expelled without
reason, even if he should have invest-
ed a million dollars in Dominica;
Americans contemplating the invest-
ment of capital and skill will surely
be shocked by this official behaviour,
even though they may differ in per-
sonality and attitude from Presmont
We believe this is a matter on
which questions should be asked in
the British House of Commons.
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cle Francais--
e President and Officers
th e Cercle Francais
all members of the
i Club to attend a
I party in celebration
fourteenth of J u 1 y,
h national holiday, at
i. on Sunday July 14
Some of the Misses
art, Io C or k Street.
and messages will be


Poultry Farm Getsl
The first license issued under the
provisions of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, No. 21 of
1953, as a Pioneer Manufacturer of
poultry meat was grated to Sylv-
ania Poultry Farms last week. Mr.
Bruce Robinson, who operates Syl-
vania, said in an interview that he
believes "the people of Dominica,
in placing this confidence in us, at
the same time strengthen our respon
ability to produce that best poultry
meat obtainable." He went on to
say that his "team" captained by
Ftzroy Shillingford also feels a
keener respooisbility in t h i s re-
gard, along with "team-mates"
Winston Bardouville, Wavell Gir.
aud, Margaret Williams and Iren-

Breaks Ground
The Governing Body of the Do- Last Saturday a Public Wbrks
minica Amateur Sports Association machine opFrated by Eustac. Pond
wishes t- anna ,tht -.e r ... i c..vaccu inm lounuaa-
ary .ener.,a Me .a of this Associ- tion for a big, new laying house
action will take place at the premises at Sylvania. This is referred to as
of the Dominica Grammar School "The Egg Factory" as it will house
on Thursday i8th July at 5.00 p m. all the laying hens under one roof.
sharp. "The purpose of the," Mr. Robin-
A G E N D A son declared "is to consolidate and
and automate." By automate it is
i. Address by Mr. F.A. Baron, meant that newer equipment may
President. be used to feed, water, collect eggs
2 Secretary's Report on Sporting and remove manure by automation
Activities for the period 1960 "It will also free-up the other laying
-1962. house to use in stepping up broiler
3. Financial Statement. production. We should very nearly
4. Election or Officers. double our capacity soon," Mr.
5. Resolutions and-or Proposals Robinson said.
for amendment to the existing Equipment
Constitution andRulesof Studies New Equipment
the D.A,S.A. Mrs. Elizabeth Crow, mother of
6. Any Other Business, Mrs. Ellen Robinson is now in
N.B items 5 to be brought to America to look over some large
the Secretary at least 10 clear days poultry farms and study their met-
before the meeting hods and equipment. As the record-
C.G. Peters, Hon. Sec. keeper at Sylvania, Mrs. Crow is
knowledgable about all the various
Readers Please stages in producing broilers and eggs.
She will be able to judge what can
Note be used amongst the vast array of
IN THE CABINET new machine now available to the
Page poultry industry.
Nortons last To Export Later
Graham Norton's ast When asked if Sylvania Poultry
word on THE PROFUMO Farms will export chickens to
AFFAIR pages 3 and 8. neighboring islands, Mr. Robinson
NEXT WEEK: a furth- replied: "When the day comes that
er instalment of "Supersti- we can satisfy Dominica's demand
tions in our M i d s t" by for delicious Sylvania-Fresh Chickeh
SD N en and only then will we think
GOR ON bout exporting. Dominica comes
And a letter by Mr. F.A. BARON rst!"

on Little 7.
We apologise to our rea-
ders for any defects in this
issue of the HERALD which
are due to illness of senior

Student Agriculturists
A Party of 30 U.W.I, Agricul-
ture students (first year), on an
Eastern Caribbean Tour arrived in
Dominica yesterday on an Agricul-
tural research tour. They are ex-
pected to stay until July 2.

Pope I

Paul VI For

VATICAN CITY, June 22, CP: -
Pope Paul VI in his first message
to the world pledged today to
continue the Vatican Ecumenical
Council and strive for international
Peace, The new Pope also pro-
mised to work for Christian unity
and go aahead with Canon Law
revision that John XXIII stared.
He also said that he would support
the policies of social justice outlined
by his predecessor. He prepared
the message in Latin less than 24
hours after his election as the z62nd
Supreme Pontiff of the world's half
billion Catholics. The course of
these efforts under the new Po pe
may determine.whether, after seeing
President Kennedy on July 2 he
will one day see Soviet Premier
Khruschev. As Cardinal Montini he
displayed 4imildar.views MasPMJ .a.-
luayaras people invig in Commu.
nist countries. Montini once said
'let uncaunous and unhappy ones
who gather within the Irann of
our opponents know that somebody
still loves them in strong
passionate a divine way". The
papal speech was broadcast from
the Sistine Chapel where the
Sacred College of Cardinals on
Friday elected the 65 year old-
Archbishop of Milan the new pope.
Pope Paul did not say when the
Ecumenical Council would recon-
vene. He said "c e r a i n order of
love demands of all men a mote
equal solution of racial problems;
demands aid and care for underde-
velored countries in which the level
of life is not often worthy of human
dignity, requires the voluntary study
on a universe' scale for the improve-
ment of co tions of life.
In makir his appeal for world
peace the P pe said quote "at this
moment in which all mankind looks
to this chair of truth, and to He who
has been called to represent on earth
The Divine Saviour, we can onl
renew the appeal for loyal, frank,
willing understanding which unites
mankind in reciprocal and sincere res-
Yesterday the Pope' made his first
appointment that seemed significant
of his intentions, He named Amleto
Cardinal Cicognam ISec. of State, the
second most important Vatican post.
Cardinal Cicognani had served
Pope John in that post and was
active in planning the Ecumenical

Prison Warder Dies
The death took place at P.M,
Hospital yesterday of Mr. Victor.
Auguiste, an employee at the
Dominica Prison, following a sad-
den illness.


'-1 1


philosophical problem of proving a senses such as asthma and some types Parish of St. Iatric, do here
e T uble In negative -- and any layer il tell ofepilepsy, nervouscoltisetc. DTU Protests Shooting riveyou notice tha a is my iten-
ited Statesyou how much more difficult that give you notice hai s jiten-
you don to apply at dire Magis rate's
U ited is. However Dawbiney made a Alcool0i A Disease The Dominica T r a d e court to be hld at Crnd Bay on
good showing and scored on their Union has strongly protested Tu-sday. tsh 2n 1 d:y ofJuly, 1963
Presi lent Kennedy urged congress presentation. A question as to whether alcohc,- for a re IO
on June 19 963 to pass Ciil lis (a recognized mental dise against the repressive measure ensuing for a real LIQUOR LIC
rights legislation barring discrimi- aiS Trust O Brains compounded ota compulsion and an instituted against s t r i k i n g NCE in respect of my prems at
nation im employmonr, voting, allergy) was inherited raised some workers in British Guiana, edminster Fst Parish ot Si. Pat-
schools, and other public affairs. He argument. As with all mental di o n e of the lands of the rick.
would also permtt the Attorney The panel iscuio on Saur sses -- the possibility of inheritance British Caribbean and ap-of 963
General to file civil s u i t s in the night was a success d'estim The T was the subject of another. question e NOLEL ALEXANDER
Federal Courts behalf of Negro audience was small, not more than t was felt that a tendency or pealed for immediate invest- J 9
students seeking enrollment in segre- 40 persons, but all wee particularly weakness could be inherited through nations to be made into this Ju e -M D E" &
iated schools. interested in the subject, many being the germ plasm, indeed some condi- deplorable situation with a the hief o fPoice I, EDDISON ROU.
td schools. members of the Domica Mentaltthe Chief of Police 1, rDDISON RU-
Negro chdrer, answering he call ea Association. One enthusiast o entldciency can be re- v e w to guaranteeing the DETTE now residing at St Joseph,
of their leaders In Boston, protest- said afterwards that as a panel show cogse n bos en d or respect of basic human and Parish of St. Joseph do hereby give
ing alleged schoolsegrgaiin, sged could have tra d e union rights in the you notice that it is my intention to
boycotts at Bostons 32 public schooled. Dr. Clay also pointed out that y nt t i
boycotts at Boston s 3 pubc schoolsion in New York, standing up to tle child of n alcohol mother will Caribbean. apply at the Magistrate's Court to be
on Tuesday. An estimated there f wbest a t ap erica could ofgere.ld sta dn re held in Roseau, on Tuesday, the 2nd
thousand pupils stayed awy from he best that Aerica could offerreceive plenty ofalcohol trouh the This was contained in a eldn Rose on Tusdayor retail
classes in an effort termed a "remen- p fac arecodlood stream during pregnancy letter sent to Duncan San-LIQUOR LICENCE in respect of
dous success'" by Negro leaders but made, and we suggest a selection shich may possibly afect the childs dys, B r i t i s h Secretary of my premises at St Joseph, Parish of
dN might at some time be played over reactions to alcohol later in life. dys,
labelled failuree" by school officials. WBS, Roseau. States for Commonwealth St Joseph. Dated the iith day of
Meanwhile in New York, 200 Members of the panel were Dr. uicly passed o er ne they Relations and for the Col-June1963
helmeted policemen stood guard in h, quickly passed over isnee they hadl R on EDDiSON ROUDETTE
helmeted policemen stood gul d in Clay and Shillingford, Probation been answered during previous dis- onils. As a result of t h i June 15- 29
Harlem district after an explosion of Officer Wiltshire and Sister E!aine cussios and the panel, which had strike, four workers w e r e -
racialviolence t nere pthe moderator was Robert Allfrey. started at a quarte:-to-nine finished shot down by the police. Is integrated
Strife-town Jackson, Missippi Ther were no "experts" present, but up us before I p.m with a few I dbs t olc J BQ r
agreed to end Negro demonstrations all members of the panel have had questions from the floor and a light A cable i similar terms H alth
after the slaying of integration leader good experience and some training and humorous speech f ro m the was sent to Premier Jagan by
Medcar Evers, when the City Coun- in mental health problems, Sister S.M.O. Col Foster, calculated to the Caribbean Congress of PPogramn e
cil consented to hire Negro Police Elaine could claim qualifications in relieve all tensions for the night Labour which also wrote to Dead
schopl-guards. Meanwhile racial child psychology which helped So en a ve successful Mental he British High Commiss- ea ?
tension increased in Gads.en, Ala- when she was called upon to ive Healh Wee, buc not en the endrit in ad G svt. Releases Not
banwhere~ oo Negroes gathered hn r opinion on the first two questionH try t h 1 on er in Trinidad, SirG3vt. Reileases Not
on the Court Houste elean inf 4 put to he l e first brought Mental Health Association intends Norman Costar, complain- Explicit
em e u the pro o e to keep active and give the public ing of the "involvement ofthe From two recent Government
arrested demonstrators. Even 'elec upi whose parents had themselves to k a a g t in From two recent Government
triprods" could not make the had littleor education, andthesomething to think about every British Armed Services in releases it would appear that WHO
people .move.. maladjustments this might bring a-month. holding a 1 o f t a horrible Integrated Health Programme may
Echoes, 'of these race battles in bout; the second referred to "cram- group of immature politi- be a political casualty. As hinted
America; from far off North- ming" in schools. cians who seem to believe inour report of April 6, the ten-
busi PPO Og eS that workers are second class year progamne, money for which
o Ed d Eat workers are seconhad alrea'e '.been allocated by
ne s me, e's coll ffieg' flEndlo uaton And Environ-ii- LegC O ,..,
the depenoants of murdered white gco --
arti-segregationists William Moore, Mr. Wilshire paid special tribute for scant respect and con- ed" but seems to have been reduced
pcstnian shot in aGeorgia demon- to parents for their ambition that B. G. Labour Bill Killed empt." to one small facet of the total
station, their children should be better programme, namely the water survey.
educated than themselves. Mem- The Government of Weunderstand that UNICEF
f The bets of the panel brought up the Prime Minister C h e d d i Applications For er se t vet reaby itselffund
Quote O e vexed question of th country child Jagan last Tuesday proro- iquo Licences Government therefore has had to
Week living in Roseau with guardiana gued the Legislative Assem- Liq Lice es obtain the aid of th Port-of-Spain-
friends or relatives: a sacrifice had to
r be made-- ether of the family bly and so staved off the To the Magistrate District located United Nations Technical
"Ther s Union is te r environment or of education: the no-confidence motion which "E" & the Chief of Police I, Assistance Bureau (UNTAB).
her's solicitor representing highly successful "institution" was to be m o v e d by the NORAH WHITE now re siding at A release of June 7 stated that
him in negotiations with his environment of the boarding school minority opposition United New town in the Parish of St. "Mr. Miller of WHO had recently
employer, and increasing his was not an economic possibiityin George, do hereby give you given the assurance that the island,
status and dignity; it is also Domica. Dr. Clay stated in force arty leader P e te r notice that it is my intention having carried ot moe than one
his insurance company pro- this context) that many children D Aguiar on Wednesday. to apply at the Magistrate's year s assignment of the WHO
testing him against illness, spent more time at school than with The prorogation in e ff e c t Court to be held at Roseau, proposals, was now entitled to that
accident and unemployment, their parents: this was countered also killed the controversial on Tuesday, the 2nd day of sumfor equipment etc. for health
and it is his political mach- after the meeting by the Education Labour Relations Bill which July, 1963, ensuing for a re- release goes on to enumerate
ine, through which he may mOfcer Mr .A. Walkers h t punged the country into a tail LIQUOR LICENCE in respect various appointments etc. numeratee
hope to improve his condi- made some quick calculations that plunged pee various appointments etc. (M. 0
hope to by eimproslative hs con (no counting public holidays) a strike which is now in its of my new premises at New- H.. Sister Tutor and Vieille Case
io by legislative action child spent less than 40 days out of ninth week. town, Parish of St George Health Centre are cited) in connec-
-Professor Lewis (Sir :Arth-365 in school! With Dated the 7th day of June, tion with the WHO proposals -
ur) Labour Sister Elaine made the striking suspension 1963. in point of fact were not these
in the West Indies, 1939 observation that a mentally healthy Jagan anI three other Gov- NORAH WHITE already under way long before the
child is one that was adjusted, not eminent members s t i 1 in Jue 15 29 Report was presented by WHO
only to its environment (home effect, a no-confidence mot- and were they not merely included
Mental Health school or lodging) but alsoto his or on would have been passed, To the Magistrate Dist "E" & since the Plan was an Integrated
Week Ends her own limitations Ths wise because government could I, OSEPH EAN JACQUES, nowne
statement can surely apply equally o un, JOSEPH JEAN JACQUES, now
adults. muster only 13 votes to the residing at Victoria St. R o s e a u One Man for 7 Islands
Dawbiney Wins Debate More technical questions brought opposition's 15. U n d e r Parish of St George, do hereby give
the doctors well to the fore. Dr parliamentary procedure you notice that it is my intention to The second release coincided
The debate held last week Friday Shillingford gave a listing of mental this also means that unfinish apply at s the Magistrates Court to with the visit of the UN regional
at the DGS between the Dawbiney afflctions from congenital defects e business be held at Roseau, on Tuesday the representative from Trinidad, Mr.
at the 1GS between the Dawbiney affcrions from congenital defects ed business of the H o u s e 2nd day of July 1963, ensuing for James Keen, who, luckily for the
and St. George's L:terary Clubs was (e.g. mongoloidism), t h r o u'g hs wod ha o be rend day of July 1963, ICENE ig or James Keeni who, luckily for t
adjudged to be won by the Daw. neuroses and psychotic conditions wou ave to e reintro- a retail LQUO rpect Dominia taxpayer, agreed to
biney who opposed the motion be. like schizophrenia and man;c duced at the new sessions. of my premises at No 92-I Victor- "recommend a grant of$20,0oo US
fore the house "that to spare the rod depressive states to the mental Political experts said another ia St. Roseau Parish of St. George. for the Island Water Programme."
will spoil the child". symptoms of physical injuries and reason fo: the prorogation is Dated the I3th day of Jne 1963 This release (ofJune 13) then goes
Public opinion seemed to favour diseasessuch as General Paralysis the Jagan Government hopeon to speak of the World Food
St. George's who, from an argument of the Insane (the tertiary stage of l t June 15-29Programme, Freedom from Hunger
point of view, had centuries of cor- syphilis). Dr. Clay offered a lot suspension would auomat- To the Magistrate Dist. "F" & Campaign, in connection with
poral punishment and the tradition- of further knowledge and interpos- cally end when the Legisla- the Chief of Police which "Mr. Keen offered the ser-
that go with it to bolster their views lation, adding particularly the ture eventually reassembles. I, NOLE ALEXANDER, now resid vices of an expert, Mr. Buffa, who
point. The Dawbiney had the psychosomatic or psychogenic di- (CP) ng at Bedminster Est. Grand Bay (Cont. on page 9)

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By Phyllis Shand Allfrey
From Chapter V

On the afternoon of my ministerial reception for sixty
guests, I reflected how I had never given a real party for
more than twenty people in a1l my life before, and t h e n
under great strain. Fortunately the hotel was doing all the
catering, and Dr. Moose eye did all the planning. Before
I left my office to dress, he handed me a list of surnames.
There were no Christian names or prefixes. I a s k e d
"How many of these gucs:s are ladies?"
Dr. Mooseeye looked incredibly shocked. "Lidies?
This is a party for the Regional Labour Board. A stag
party of course."
"So you mean I'm to give a stag party tonight?"
"Certainly, Minister." I could see he thought I was
being naive and difficult. He added, in a gen:le persua-
sive tone:
"V. ,, -A. .,-I- rpelisp he now that Ministers are sex-


guests came up decorously, behaved with charm, curiosity
and circumspection, their faces darkly interesting under the
lights. Far nff to sea the great turbulent shape of Vene-
zuela humped up, and silhoutted against it was the slender
chic silhouette of Donna, glass in hand, several handsome
gentlemen looming over her.
The party ended too soon, long before I had memo-
ised the id-ntities of m)s: of my guests, though Dr. M4oose-
eye tried 1.'rd put me wise. 1 wanted to t a 1 k lengthily
and seriously to them-- Those were the men who dealt
with workers in their countries, who knew about labour
boards, migrants, wages rates, and so forth. But they were
not in serious mood. Finally Donna and I stood by our-
selves looking at the lobster; we were tired but gay. On
the way down she squeezed my h a n d and whispered:
"This place is as full cf spies as Li s b o n in wartime.
Isn't it exciting!"
I was used to spies, mainly friendly gossiping ones.
They were thick as flies in my home island. I knew that
the hotel was then a nest of intrigue, pressmen, opposition
M. Ps, people who wished ---- --------
the new nation to fail or to
make a fool of itself. And
_ 11 _l i ---.-. L_-_.. 1 1..... w

uLL al o jl dij p r y j not-. all o them were Known I
less." enemies, either. They hadn't
Outside my office building a pale yellow taxi waited. taken my measure yet-
It was a encnral t?~i wl-ih h.-d att ched itself to me until didn't count. It was the ,
such time as I could afford to buy a car of my own. The Prime Minister the- were af- *a
driver was a citizen of my home island, and he gave me to ter. S o me of them had
to understand that he was my friend, my bodyguard, my caught on to the injured toot
loyal adhcrent. This voluntary information proved en- story, and itAas appearing K Iin
tirely true. His presence in the wicked island of Trinidad the papers like this:
comforted me inordinately. I s a id to him, "Nicholas, I "Is ailing Prime Minis-
h a v e to give a party for sixty gentlemen of the Regional ter capable of steering ne
Labour Board on the roof of the Queen's Park Hotel." nation to Independence '
"Don't worry, they're harmless, B u t let me warn ____________
you of something, Man. The lobster those waiters put out ______
Son-Il, e eup -rhereFish'I -r e s h lobster. -0ont try to" b Grh u -
take a claw. It is only stuffed with cotton wool. It is set by Graham Norton
out for style." "The Profumo Affair"
I thanked him agreeably. Crash! With her little
"When you set up housekeeping, I'll be your caterer," foot Christine Keeler has
said Nicholas. "There'll be no swindling charges and the upset all the carefully worked- TENNIS
stuff-eggs will be stuff in a special way. The drinks will out predictions of a score or SHOES
be properly measured like at the Union Club in Dominica." political fore-casters, not to
It was then that I discovered how it is essential to have mention the electoral strategy
stuffed eggs at any major social event in Trinidad. Any- of the Conservative Paty and LEATHER
one who does not have stuffed eggs loses face. I lost face the future of t h e I',ime .'ACCESSORIES
once or twice, but soon I learned to conform, reminded by Minister. What mole can
Nicholas, who also told me never to eat the last stuft-eggs be said on this almost exhaus-
on a plate, they were usually full of germs due to handling, tively published cjsce
being so slippery. Quite a lot. Let it be ,
Back up in my igloo, I turned off the cooler and had said that your correspondent,
a w a r m shower. I didn't like being too cool. It was along with other writers,
not my climate. After all, generations s i n c e 1640 had and, it can alo be said/
distilled me at a certain temperature. I hesitated between many Members of Pailia- i '
my Virtute Duce locket and borrowed family pearls which ment scarcely belie\cd that
I would soon have to send back by registered post. Mr. P rofumo's statement to r/.a
I sat on one of the beds and lifted the telephone. In the House of Commons was RICET
the whole of Trinidad (so adroitly had the colonists of the the whole truth and nothing AND PADS
past kept us Islanders strangers from each other) I k n e w but the truth. But there .. ..:;:::;
only one unattached y o u n g woman personally. An was Mr. Profumo's threat of ... .
American! In a moment she answered my ring. a writ (your correspondent
"Donna! Doing anything tonight?" even had second thoughts
"Well no..... I thought of going to a movie." about his inverted commas
"I'm giving a stage party for sixty." when h e described Miss
"Yoohoo!" Keeler as a "model"-
".Would you like to come?" I had no qualms about however, he kept them ....
what Dr. Moose-eye would say. Miss Keeler has since been in
"Would !" called both 'whore' and -KO
"It's the Regional Labour Board. Do you k no w 'professional prostitute' on
what that is." the floor of t h e Comn-
"Certainly not Does it matter?" mons . ..)
"It does to me. Try not to be too frivolous. Re- ,And there was the word
member I'm a Minister." of a Minister of the Crown,
"Whoopee!" cried Donna. "I'll be right over." British Government is con-
I received at the entrance to the roof garden. The ducted, perhaps more than


most, on a basis of trust.
To lie in such a bare-faced
way to the House was an act
at which the imagination of
most people close to British
political life boggled. And
so natural incredulity (what
did, one wondered, Miss
Keeler and Mr. Profumo
talk about?) was checkmated
by the condition reflex.
Surely he could not have,
in t h e Prime Minister's
words "told a deliberate lie
to his legal advisors, his
ministerial colleagues, not
once but over and over again.
then repeated this lie to the
House of Commons . .
(Cont. from page 3)

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campaign has now been launched blem of Evil") in this term's :hcme
D 0 M IN CA HERALD and I am quite confident that my on 'A look at Philosophy and Re-
AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY own donation, as well as those of ligion."
AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY ^ dhespeaker began by declaring
many others, will be put to the best The speaker began by declaring
31 New Street, Roseau. Tel. 307 possible use." that there could beno doubt of
3 New Stret, R T. 37 the existence of Evil in the world.
Published by T. MARGARTSON CHARLES, Propritor It is constantly enccU tered in every
Editor MRS. PHYLLIS SHAND ALLFREY Torture in The day life. There is evidence all a-
U.K. & European Representative Colin Turner (London) Ltd. a i round of much human pain and
122, Shafresbury Ave Londron W. 1. Carib Cinema disease, both brought about through
Annual Subscriptions : Town 85.00 Country S6.00 human evil. Man uses his faculty
Overseas (Surface Mail) 87.50 of Reasoning to oommit (and inflict)
S--SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 3 Dear Madam, -Would be grate- great evil and pain. The very exis-
ful if you pnblish the following let- tence of evil has been a stumbling
A TESTING TIM E ter in yonr next issue. block to may people in accepting
The Carib theatre in Roseau gave completely the teachings of the
me my most unique experience the Christian Religion.
HESEare the days of trial, triumph nacle of maturity admit that tests and other night. I paid $i 5o for tor- It is difficult to appreciate any
HESE are the days of trial, triumph nacle of maturity admit that tests and ture! Got me and my wife in to see attempt at reconciling this presence
I and error when the y o u n g sit at examinations are a strain to the young, a sow amot aed m touttt two-thirds of evil with e existence of God as
their desks and frown over papers full of and wish for th e m afterwards not a of the way, after an evening of we know Him, the speaker continu-
questions, the answers to w h i c h may slumping of effort but pleasant relaxation Fights: A fight which began in the ed But at every moment in life
make considerable difference to t h e ir and plenty of understanding from their pit continued for 25 minutes. there isadecision to be made in the
future 1 i v e s. Not that we believe the elders. During this time not one word of conflict between what ought to be
future lives. Not t e ei he eld the dialogue was audible A score done, and what ought not to be
results of examinations to be the fi n a 1 While the turbulent striplings have been or so people, shouting horsely, ga- done, What ought to be done is
aim and goal of education: some of the covering whole pages with inky hieroglyp- there next to the tiro contestants the necessary and good, and what
nonconformists who always fail exams hics, the small islands of the West Indies, and pointed their large mouths at ought not to be done is evil. Man
(Churchill is the most classical example) who are young and frail in comparison the audience with loose obscenities. aloneamong all other forms of liv-
become the most notable victors in the with the robust established nations of the One understands the inability of ing features possesses a quality
long-drawn out test of c x i st n c e. world, are supposed to be doing their th Cib to obtain films newer c vision, the quality of free will.
than Circa I955. It is unfortunate decision, the quality of flee will.
William Blake, formidable educational homework for another testing-time. We that, coupled with worn and scratchy If one accepts fee will, then one
non-conformist of the past, wrote the say "supposed" because we do not believe soundtracks, there is a total lack of must also accept the possibility of
derisory lines: that some of the participants (like certain acoustic balance. vil, the speaker planned, is ir-
Thank God I never was sent to conceited pupils) feel they have anything Head Chopping: A good portion rationality of purpose, an initial of
school to learn. But we the people of the island of the film was shown with headless imperfection and perversness of will
To be flogged into following the of Dominica know that we have a lot to people. This was unobserved by It must be combatted by Religion's
style of a fool. learn, and must learn fast; we do indeed the projectionist w h slept on message of hope and costant pnr.
lss, i ui is through angry shouting, suit of the best values. Evil exists
Nonetheless, in an age of mounting wishwehad an up-to-date text book The Carib building is a lovely because Man may pursue values is
specialisation, competition and rational- giving us the correct answers. Since no one, but the management must get varying degree. When Man accepts
isation, .examinations have to be set if such answers are being supplied,,we must good and attractive films and do completely Christ and his teachings,
only for 'he sake of acquiring standards work things out for ourselves, and like the something about that PIT CROWD, evil will be wiped out, concluded
and (ton) 'certificates. Thus armed, agricultural students from UWI who are One cannot,see why a show which the Speaker.
"-- 4a -a4k'-""- -. i- ...1",'.... starts pretty close to 9 oclock be Under the dqlic, clnehtairrnsohit b
respect ranks' of the civil service or cuivators for their pracucal reference'-' LrON of PisYolan3eRi varin the ques-
pcw n-- i r I TRAVELLER tion'was put to the house. One
some such stronghold. of security; he or manual, we too will look to the ordinary, floor member queried the use One
she may even have acquired the habit of sensible and industrious people of Domin- POLTS CORNER word'exists' in connection with evil.
mind of a true student who does not ica to give us the answers during this If Evil is imperfectness and a
only cram-in learning for the sake of a troublous testing time of national 1 M turning away from Good, then it
test, but who remains an eternal scholar. immaturity. Ma belve the HERALD print- a o exist in a positive and objec-
T h e r e is an element of the gamble in We are reminded of a past occasion in ed that poetry quotation from tsene that God, the psonification
examinations after all, may they not the British House of Commons when the Rudyard Kipling wrongly of all Good, exists If evil exists
set (from far-off England) the very quest- faltering leader of Government took his last week. Surely the lines then it must be necessary and herce
ions you were brooding over last week, seat hesitantly while shouts of "Speak for should have read:- can never be wiped out. If ncres.
instead of the ones you skipped? and Britain!" came from dozens of throats; the The islands are full of sary, then it must be good anl
there is no doubt that to some individ- man to whom many hands pointed was pride, therefore createdand controlled oy
uals, test mean zest; the extra spurt around not the Prime Minister; but was simply a Challenging each to each G which is arument reduction
the racetrack to the tape. To others, the back. bencher who understood what the This from her mountain- adabsurdm. question, the
In reply to another question, the
whole thing is a nightmare to be worried people of his country were feeling, and side, main speaker explained that the aim
That from her burthened of Religion is to inject Good where
about in daylight hours: and we w e r e what they would reject. hatfrom er burthened of Religion is to inject Good where
Sk Tbeach, there is none, in the same way that
most interested in the r e m a r k s from In this testing time, who will SPEAK In fact if I am not mistaken, the sun injects light where there is
Martinique last wee k, concerning the FOR DOMINICA in a voice that will Kipling wrote 'cities' not darkness or no light.
dreadful events in Fort-de-France which be respected and accepted? Nobody has 'islands'in his original version Another member inquired as to
were triggered-off by some intolerant fool: done so yet. Yours truly, the origin of Evil, which (the major
"near examination time youth is easily he time, September 1939, the SCHOLAR, Morne Bruce. speaker explained) began with the
excited and provoked." persons. Neville Chamberlain and Note. You are absolutely firtactiononhepart o man of
Yes, let us from the allegedly safe pin- Arthur Greenwood. right: a word was inadver- that i not the wll of God that
-- tently left out. You may have there should be Evil.
PEOPLE'S POST gramme offered by WHO-PAHO noticed that we printed is- At the conclusion of the even-
PEOP S P T i n which a "mass-miniature" lands in italics! ing's discussion an appropriate vote
X-ray apparatus is supplied for free -- -- of thanks to the main spaeker was
Correspondents are asked tc submit their full names and addresses as apart ofthe equipment? mvd b Mr nn
a guarantee of good faith, but not necessarilyforpublication. Letters should p f t i Daw in On vl J *
.... ihl Controversial Dolitirnl ,, ,11 P. M., GOO WILL DawbinEvilArmour.
j6. n fl'.fi t a 1ossbl Cn---salpoiicl etes il ntbepu-._...Amor

uhl aiew esnreoted rn asP eole's u
listed anonymously Views expressed in People's Post do not necessarily With reference to the above we
reflect the policy of the Editor or the Proprietor. have received the following Gov-
--------d- %- emrnment release:
X-Rays & T B. create for several years and probably A letter from His Honour the
X Rays . will not work. The radiation effects Administrator to Mr. John F.
(on the operator) from the somewhat Ingledew of Essex, England, thank-
Sir,- As one with some modern prolonged study required for T. B. ing him on behalf of the People of
technical knowledge, I cannot see inspection (several seconds rather Dominica for his very generous
why or how the Medical Depart- than a fraction for a photographic donation of 5oo to the Dominica
ment needs to (spend $2,400 (the exposure) are recognized nowadays Hospitals Appeal Fund brought a
5oo donation) on a fluorescent as being highly dangerous. reply which reads:
screen to fit a dubious piece of Why does not Government "I was delighted to read that
X-ray equipment which has been in accept the Integrated Health Pro- our Government's anti-tuberculosis

Rev. F.A. Raberts Leads
By Herald Literary Club Reporter
"The existence of Evil in a
world that was created by God
seems to be an awkward fact for us
to understand," observed Rev.
Franklyn A. Roberts, who was
main speaker at the discussion held
at the Dawbiney Literary Club on
the last topic (entitled "The Pro-


Recently in a Debate against the
St. Georges Literary Club on the
the topic "Be it resolved that the
Proverb 'spare the rod and spoil
the child' is fallacious", the Daw-
biney Club represented by
Messrs. A. P. Richards and 0. N.
Phillip speaking for the motion,
was victorious.
Cont. foot p. 7



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Engineer Reviews

Dominica's not-so-good tel-phone
system had a quick look over last
week from Cable & Wircless'
Telephone Engineer, L. C. Hill
Mr. Hill who paid his three-day
visit after an informal request from
Government, went around all the
exchanges and some of the sub-
exchanges with Telephone Superin-
tendent MicNamara and had an
excellent first hand idea of the diffi-
culties, especially with regard to
overhead lines and circuitous systems
that have to be contended with.
Although (as he himself empha-
ised) the survey was too quick to
enable any proper estimate to be
made of the cost of improving our
present system (as for instance by the
installation of V. H. F. point-
to-point radio-telephony) he will
be able to report to his employers
on the chief difficulties and a more
detailed study would have to be
made later. Mr. Hill was much
impressed with the high standard of
maintenance at the Roseau exchange.
It is clear that fi n ancial
considerations rule out any possibility
of an automatic exchange for Roseau
for some time to come, but it is
hoped that some improvement will
soon be noticed in the telephone
service between Roseau and the
Potismouth-Marigot C a s iJ e
Bruce Line and also Rosalie- La
Plaine. .

Colonial Office

A statement about the postpone-
ment of the East Caribbean Federa-
tion Conference was released last-
week from the Colonial Office in
After a review of the happenings
after the break up of W,I Federa-
tion, the Litttle Eight Conference
and the desertion of Grenada after
elections, the statement is made that
Mr. Duncan Sandys had had a
meeting in December 1962 in which
the Ministers of the remaining seven
"unanimously reaffirmed their con.
viction that federation offered the
best prospects for the economic and
political progress of their people.. .'
"and setting the date of June for a
finalising conference in London.
The statement goes on to refer to
Mr. Nigel Fisher's visit last month
in which" significant divergencies of
opinion between the Governments
concerned" were revealed. It states
further that t h e Chief Ministers
"presented to Mr. Fisher a statement
suggesting a new procedure for es-
tablishing the federation" which in-
volved "radical c h a n g e s in the
proposals previously considered."

Fort Young Hotel

Prospectus Now Issued
The prospectus for the
Fort Young Hotel Company
Ltd. was issued last week by
the promoters who number
among them Miss Eugenia
Charles, Mrs. Daphne Agar
and Mrs. Mary Narodny, as


well as a goodly sprinkling
of Chamber of Commerce
men and Edward (Snug Cor-
ner) Shillineford, J G. Hutton
and Clem Dupigny.
Following th- precedent of
Trinidad Brickworks Ltd ihe
promoters are not asking for
:he shares to be p.id up at
one blow, but by installments
of 500%, on application. 25",,
on allotment and the balance
within six months after allot-
ment. Authorlsed share capi-
tal will be $50J.000, hilf of
which will be required for
the building and furnishings
Quoting from a report from
"a qualified accountant" very
optimistic results awe expect-
ed in the way of profits -
10% in the first year, 171%
second and 221% third year.
The site has been provided
by government on certain
conditions and a very attrac-
tive plan which maintains the
old historical outer wall of
the Fort has been drawn by
well-know Trinidad Architect
Colin Laird.
Mrs. Agar is Secretary-
Director (P.O. Box 61 Roseau)
and the other directors are
Miss M E. Charles, L. Oliver
Green. Phillip Nassief and
E.R.I. Shillingford.

service Teach-
er Tra"ing

Recently The Honourable Minis-
ter for Labour and Soc'al Services
met a large number of s c h o o 1
teachers from the Dominica Gram-
mar S c h oo 1, the Convent High
School, the St. Mary's Academy
and the Wesley High School at
C.H.S., to place before them the
importance o f inservice training
which Government ha s secured
through the services of Dr. Muller,
Extra-Mural Resident Tutor, and
Mr. A.E. Foubister, Canadian
Teacher Trainer.
The Minister pointed out that
results were not good in secondary
schools, and at a time when coun-
tries more advanced in education
were overhauling their educational
systems and neighboring islands
had better results, Dominica ought
to make every effort to improve its
standards. Dr. Muller supported
the need for inservice training and
for not just waiting to be given a
course or scholarship, but go ahead
by studying for an external degree
at the University of the West Indies.
Mr. Foubister in very forceful
terms emphasized the importance of
training for all teachers if they were
to improve their own status, The
question of increased pay was de-
pendent upon what teachers were
prepared to do to improve their
qualifications. All four Head mis-
tresses and Masters had at a pre-
vious meeting of Heads admitted
the need for training.
Both Dr. Muller and Mr. Foab-
ister were carrying out inspections at
Secondary Schools with a view to
assessing the potential and compet-
ence of teachers.
All untrained teachers in Second-
ary Schools, assisted or Government-

owned, will beexpected to co 1* ***- **- '** **" ""'
operate in the interest of teacher and ROSEAU CREDIT UNION
taught. Persons prepared to im-
prove their qualifications at the ex- MOVING
pense of Government will at any
rate indicate To their ownl office building at 33 Gt. Marlboroughi
(i) their interest in the import- Street, on 1st July, 1963.
ant wotk of teaching I aos usual. Secure Yourself
(ii) their concern forbetter edu- Business Hours as usual. Sure Yourself and}
cation for the rising genera- 1faml\ the Credit Union Way,
tion upon whom Govern- June .2 July 27

ment and parents w c r e
spending hu ge sums of


takes pleasure in announcing its

i (Kindly sponsored by Messrs. Coca Cola International
i ~ and the Local Bottling Agents, Messrs. Jos. Gabriel)


I Proceeds towards 1) extending our Scholarship Programme
for the youth of the Island;

2) any other urgent or charitable cause 0
in the welfare of the community and
island: and
1~ nnperatinn the Chamber.


PLAYERS" --'---
1. Ten numbers will be called over Radio Caribbean
each afternoon at 5.30 and these will be posted up at
the various selling points around the island for the
benefit of players who may not have listened in.

2. Bingo Cards will be on sale at 250 each in the follow-
ing areas (further details later): Roseau, Massacre,
S Mahaut, St. Joseph, Layou, Salisbury, Coulibistrie,
Colihaut, the Northern district, Loubiere, Point
Michel, Soufriere, Grand Bay. These cards may be
purchased between Saturday and Wednesday follow-
GAME ONLY. The game will run from Monday to

i 3. Winners are asked to return their cards to the sellers
S who will have them forwarded to us immediately for
checking, or they may be handed in to Mr. Carlton
* Peters, c-o Dominica Dispensary Co. Ltd., or Mr.
Clifford Lewis, co Dominica Electricity Services,

4. Prizes will be awarded to the first three persons with
Bingo in the order of call. The Judges' word in this
S connection is final.

5. We are hoping that with high participation, prizes
will become substantial. In the first instance, how-
ever, we are offering as follows : 1st... $10.00, 2nd...
$5.00. 3rd... 2 cases Coca Cola, 4th..... 1 case Coca
S Tickets can be obtained at the following : The Red Store, People's Store, Fancy Store, Unique Store,
Fair-Deal, T.D, Shillingford's Store, P.H. Williams & Co., Ursula Dominique (New Town) and Miss Marie
Karam (Old Street).

Lets all play Bingo -- play every game
Until we have fulfilled our aim !
June 29-
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Queen's Message
To Yhe Na Pjpe
Queen Elizabeth and Prime
Minister Harold- Macmlhsn sent
messages of congratulations and
.good wishes to the new Pope His
Holiness Pope Paul VI.
The Queens message read:
"It gives me great pleasure to ex-
press to Your Holiness my warm
congratulations on yonr assumption
of the high office to which you
have been called and send you my
sincere good wishes for your Ponti-
ficate."- Elizabeth R.
Mr. Macmillan's message sead:
"On the assumption of your h'gh
office I offer to Your Holiness my
sincere greetings and earnest wishes
for the success of your Pontificate."
The Foreign Secretary Lord
Home also sent his congratulations


University Of The West Indies
College Of Arts And Science
I Inaugural Scholarships will be granted to the
College of Arts and Science, Br-ubados. for the
opening in October, 1963.
2. The Scholarship shall be open to the follow-
ing persons:
Persons born in the island of Dominica.
Persons not natives of Dominica, but
having been born in any island of the
Windward Islands or Leeward Islands,
have been resident in Dominica for the
past three years.
(c)Children of any public servant or citi-
zen who have been attending a recog-
nised school in Dominica for not less
than three years previous to 15th July,
1963, or who. though attending such
school for less than three years, have
been transferred directly from a recog-
nised school in another territory.
3. Candidates shall be between the ages of 17
and 25 on the 15th July, 1963.




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A Tribute To My 4 Applications shall be forwarded to the Resid-
ent Tutor, Dominica, not later than 15th July, 1963,
Uncle together with testimonia!s and original certificates.
By Jaoob Dib 5 Preference will be given to candidates with the
"Many that we loved H gher School Certificates or Advanced Level sub-
have left us, Reach- jects.
ing first their jour- 6. The value ot the Scholarship will be app-ox-
ney's end". imately $1.200 01) a year for three years.
Uncl., yes, but to me a The Scholarship will be awarded to thecandi-
aBrtMa, who through his i date who, in the opinion of the University, is most
always sought to help others likely to benefit therefrom, taking into considera-
Witty and humoouro ., he tion his or her qualifications, character and special
always: sought to entertain :aptitude.
others. Devoutly religious June L July.. .--
ne -lved a simple lie, havg ii
`no real care'for social acti- Witnesses Fno POLICE AND TRAFFIC
cities. witness, es or Notice
He arrived in this Island U.S. Convention
about fifty-five years ago It is hereby notified for general
with his wife Marie. Busi- n witnesses of Jehovah left information that the following roads
ness-minded he travelled the island on Wednesd y evening re declared 'ONE WAY' roads:-
throughout the island selling for New York via Antigua, to 1. King George V Street from
his merchandise. By 1910 he attend one of a series of Christian Bay Street to Queen M ar y
was an established business- Conventions to be held in 24 major Street.
man in this community. So cities around the globe. Starting 2. T,,rkey Lane -- from Queen
typical of him, his thoughts on June 30 at Milwaukee W'scon- Mary Street to Victoria Street,
were of those he left behind, sin the series goes on to New York 3. Bath Road from the angle
and by 1927 he was welcom- for July 7-14. London, England of High Street to the angle
ing his brother George and comes next, followed by Stockholm, of Glover Lane by the Anglican
family. From my arrival Sweden then on to Munich, Ger- cemetery.
meme l r I g to many through to Greece, India, Drivers of motor vehicles of any
sometime later got to know China, Japan etc. After ten weeks description are requested to
more of his big wonderfulof world touring the series will follow the line of traffic and
Uncle I had heard so much climax at Pasadena, Califonia. Sept. to observe the 'NO ENTRY'
ahnut, and the love and i-- signs placed at the closed ends o1
admiration I had for him then, Attended by tens of thousands such roads.
never weakened or changed the world over, these assemblies will (K. I. M. FRANCIS)
through all those years, be of great spiritual benefit ,to the Ag. Chief of Police and Traffic
His parting was almost witnesses and persons of good will Commissioner.
sudden with a chest colmpl- everywhere, and a demonstration of Go-June 22. 29 July 6
paint only three days old. He their unity, and faith in God's New
World. --Contrib.O
passed away at five minutes
to eleven on the 20th June, Classified Advt.
1963. With no children, he Cont. from next column: FOR SALE
leaves to mourn his wife and
many nieces and nephews. O that he from the Lord One "Hot Point" Refrigerator
Time can never erase the May receive the glad word one Radio and Gram (Stereo,) one,
men ,ries of 'Uncle Ayoub" Well and faithfully done. Sminer foot Sewing Machine (in
as we called him. We accept Well and faithfully done od ition) Apply: Sylma Green
his death as the will of God CARD OF THANKS June22-July 6
and thank Him that his suffer- Mrs, Ayoub Dib, Mrs, George Dib FOR SALE
ing was short and pray that & family & Raffoul's family wish to White Pine Dressed
we continue our lives in the thank through this medium all those Limited Quantity
wonderful pattern which he who have been sending them cards 11" and 1' x 6" x 6 to 14 ft. Ion
set, an uns-lfish life which wreaths, cables and other tokens of At .300 per ft.
found its greatest pleasure in sympathy on the occasion of their sad No Discount
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Dawbiney on EVil
Cont. 4rom p. 4
Dawbiney's third Annual Maga
zinc, the popular Dawnlit will be
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and taken legal action and general public, had dredged
covered damages on the up the Secretary of State's
b.sis of a falsehood"? Un- liaison. Maddened by the impri-
l hsh i n sonment of twoof their colleagues,
fortunately "This is nnbe- th:y blamed Mr. Maicmillan. As
lievable, but it is true." Mr. Paul Johnson wrote in the New
One's sympathy goes out Sttesman "... I wonder if Mac-
to Mr. Macmillan. In his millan quite understands what he
long political life heknows, has let hiselfin for .. y T ory
Minister who gets involved in a
more than most, a political andal during th next year or so
scandal during the next year or so
stratagem when he sees it. must expect the iill treatment
But having lived almost Mr Protlmo got it.
exclusively amongst relatives The press pick has headed
and friends from the upper by Sir William Haley, editor
class, he \was blind to fla- of "he Times" ("an anti-
grant personal deceit from Conservative uewsiaper edi
one of them. Mr. Macmil- ted by an ,nti-Co servative
lan fouled his own mind un- editor", as Lord Hailsham's
willing to h condemn comment on television at the
killing to lightly condemn a height of the cisis). Ss Will-
gentleman for dishonourable am has been re-reading
conduct, what he has described as
This was particularly so Bacehot's "luminous work"
after press rumors later The/ Eiiglish (< o.nslitiion. It
proved to be completely is written there "The Times
unfounded had accused has made mary ministries'.
Mr. Galbraith of homosexual Sir William is now anxious
conduct with the spy, Vassall. to make another in place of
Mr. Macmillan's nat u r a 1 Mr. Macmillan. While Mr.
patrician distaste for grubb- wilson and the Opposi:ion
ing journalists (has he not in have played down the ques-
S J said t at crse tion of sexual morality, he
the past said that cries has cried *'t is a moral issue."
are "got up by the press") The paper has carried exien-
was reinforced. The press, sively letters from many rea-
as your correspondent wrote ders, echoing its line that the
when the Profumo affair first Govenment had failed to
came before the eye of the give a] moral lead to the

country. Worse, it had done
the opposite thoiiuh one
letter-writer reminded the
country of Macaulay's w.):ds
"We know no spectacle so
ridiculous as the Britsh pu-
bhii in one of its per odical
fits of morality."
Never!h:less, the cries of
th newspapers hat a shock-
ex simple was being set lIave
h:id their el'ed. Your corres-
pondent believes that the
cl-ctorate are not as shocked
as the newspapers make out.
I'h:s he has gatlhred not oil/
from talking to people but
alss from the latest public
opinion poll Before the affair
the percentage of the elector-
diss itified with Mr. Macm Ilan
was considerable it has
merely to continued increase at
the same rate of progression
r nd only 130(, of ihe electoa-
; t thought the private morals
or ministers the most imp rt
ant aspect of the affair. Sensi
bly, they were (55",) concern
ed with security.
he newspaper made a
greater impression on Fory
M.P s. Even before the debate
in the House of Comm ),
several Tories had declared
")n moral grounds" (and on
unstated or in one case
stated fears for :heir sears)

Possible Successors To P. M. Macmillan

- that they would not support Parliamentary party, but his ltston-
- Mr. Macmillan- oics are adored by the rank and
And, when the debate was over the file of the Conserative Party in o
Government's majority was cut from country Though a member of
97 to 69. 27 M.P.s abstained. the Hoase of Lords, legislation
I 97 to 69. 27 M.P.s abstained. Parliament will
y They ranged from ex-Ministers like planned for this Parliament wili
e Mr. Aubry Jones and Mr Nigel make it possible for peers to re-
e AbT y JoMnounce their seats, thus putting him
Birch (who made the most powerful e her seas hs Lod Hum in
back bench speech on either side a- and perhaps Lord Hume-- in
against the P.M.) to members of the the running.
Tory old-guard and bright young
e independent m;nds like Mr. Patrick
IWolridg" Gordon and Mr. Hum- Gift To Coer le
phrey Eerkeley. -
From their stafeaents, many of Fralncai
thee made their decision after hear-
7'ng thie JSP. V' i p akiiig; -"IT wa-,STT F .f- ~--' : ,.--="
an imp;ring speech It told the A gift of 27 Pocket-Edition
trutb- which was that Mr. Mac- French Books has been received
millan had not been imformed by from H E. The French Ambassador
his subordinates in the Security Ser- in Trinidad Monsieur Henry Beyle.
vice, of which he is the head, about The Titles are:
Mr. Profumo's friendship with Dr. Le Diable au Corps, R. Radiguet
Ward (friend of the Soviet diplo- Le Survivant du Pacifique G.
mat Ivanov). It was Ward who Blond
had introduced Mr. Profumo to Fanny, Marcel Pagnol .;1
Christine Keeler, whose bed he was Tout Sonia, Pierre Daninos -
eventually to share with the Russian. Le Dejeuner de Sousceyrac,
Tne Security Service did not know Pierre Benoit
of the affair with Keeler (though Vie et Mort de Jeanne D'Arc,
much of London did). Laxity R. Pernoud
such as this is something for which Un Singe en Hiver, A. Blondin
responsibility must be taken by Mac- L' Affaire Lerouge. E Gaboriau
millan. Vipere au Poing, H Bazin
Les Fleurs du mal, Baudelaire
When the scandal broke, Mr. Le Sel e a Mer, E Peisson
S. I Le Sel de la Mer, E Peisson
Macmillan did not take any special or Ttese, F. Sagan
steps. He dd not himself see and Bonjour Tristesse, F. Sagan
question Mr. Profumo. All was or n ra J. oro
left to the Law officers of the Crown Varon-na, Green
(Members of Parliament), the Chief Les Anges Noirs, F. Mauriac
Whip and Mr. Macleod. And he La Rue du Chat qui Perche, Y.
believed Mr. Profumo. The Prime ol deJ R. V n
Minister's charity and humane feel- DUne Tenebreuse Aaire, Baac
ing has undone him. The tragedy La Rabouil euse. Balzac
is that this decency and tolerance of Les Muues de Saa icel
Sr c Les Murmures de Satan, Michel
human nature, (which has come de Saint-Pierre
out again and again where the per- Mademoiselle Fifi, G, de Mau-
sonat lives of ministers and all who
serve the state or are private citizens paJan V r R
have concerned him) has toppled Jean Villemeur R. Vercel
him. For there is now no doubt Le Chien Jaune, G. Simenon
that his day as Prime Minister are Le Fantome de L' Oera, G.
numbered- the Conservattve Party Leroux
now want him to go, Allons Z' Enfants, Y. Gibeau
Who will be his successor? Three L'Homme Foudroye, B. Cendrar
names arewidely canvassed Le Voyage de Noel et Autres
Contes. M. Noel
Lord Hailsham, Mr. Maud ing and e o t. ly be il
Mr. Butler. Opinion as to which The books will shortly be avail.
turns on when the P.M, w.ll decide able at the Free Library.
to retire (an early retirement favour-
ing Mr. Butler), Mr, Maudling has
made few enemies, but has scarcely Read
proved a brilliant minister. Lord
Hailham's enemies are legion in the The HERALD


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Integrated Health
(Cont from page 2)

will arrive in the island shortly to
carry oun a preliminary survey on a
cheme for the pricc;s;ino ol'ccomnui
7 .. . which vo ild be pilrti
fin.in'e by tle Food and Agricul-
tural Organisation.'"
UNr.TAB also oT'red th.' ser-
vices of a Health Educator for the

tWindward and Leeward Islands,
o which Government agreed.
This is a far cry from the fill-time
Health Education Programme for
1Dominica alone which lwuld have
:oI' on 0for t'n years under the
Integrated Health Pln.i.
"Amnopg other matters dlalt with
was a point raised on the reariin : of
ishi iin he rivers and lhies for
locdl consirnption" . . we won-
der if Government is awarr that thec

Freshwater Lake was sto
Tilapia in 1954 and tha
year 1955 those fidhrs,
small, had been fished on
Let us hope that it is
to salvage the wlo'ru big
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not too late "i a a I)ominican, but . Too many local people are daily
fish of the riiinnirin ti.eir fellow )Doniimnaiis into the aroundd. Thly are lazy. Ti :y
,re s~, '. 'I ly aic iis or thiit. And the pccui;ar part of it is thal ire
isLi d : i involved, 11ot1 inlividu.il',. HaIve you noticed it too "Now 1 ii
a 1.oiniii can, hut Donirica.ns w 11 never give you an I onest days work,
11o s r, they wxoik three bou;t and they get tir d .they want to be paid
n foIu ti. \W'hole Day! 'crhaps thie flow talking has a patch of.cane at
Roger and s trying to get some help cutting it. Or the man who is mak-
Il1i some cbharco.l n the 1tushi. "No, sir, yor just can't get a Dominican
to work for you in tins kind of business . "
Why are so many pec-pls prone to label ALL Dominicans No Good?
Its like a Natv'oal Psychosi., an island wide menial illness. We wonder
if Bajans ralk about fellow bajans the same way, or Antignans aga :st
Antiguars. We have lived on both of thfse places but don't recall the
downright malicious way Domincians castigate other Dominicans. Lets
try to be on griard not to blacdguard our fellow citizens- b"cau'C while
YOU ale blackguarding him, HE is blackgurarding you, too! And even
if its true that ail Dominicans Are Not Good, lets not talk about it in front
of strangers and visitors. It will give them a bad impression of the p'acc!
Abou: a fortnight ago we had the opportun ty to view Dominica
from the air Soms friends flew he:e from the State and took us aloft to
see the island as the birds see it. Man, Look bananas! It appears that
one day soon we'll just about double our banana out put Looking down
we could see hundreds of new banana cutivations in various stages of
growth. You can tell the new plantings from the old ones and there seems
to be as many acres of new figs, four, five, six months along, than there
.: ;ire of the fields now producing. Then there were dozens of cleared acres
L non some of the most inaccessible places too where new banana plants are
just being put in From various drives around the island its quite apparent
we are planting a great many bananas but from the air, whew! you see all.
S Yes, we predict there will be nearly One Million Dollars MORE
bananas shipped fiom Dom'nica between the period of the next twelve
months as compared to the same twelve previous months... and that's a lot of
income, and its NOT all CDC or Geest either, not by a long shot! We
personally know more than twenty young Dominicas who last yeae were
cutting 7, 8. ;o stems a fortnight and who now are cutting 30, 35 or 40'
a fortnight.. and THATS progress!
V Two or three thousand years ago when a man died, they buried his
S wife with him whether she was dead or not! And they buried his servants
with him (they killed them first, of course) and all of his cattle, swine,
S sheep and goats . .this as to make certain that the poolr chapvwould not
be lonesome nor hungry! Wee have progressed a long way from that time
and we only close down business when he dies . not just the business
thedecease was operating but ALL shops close down for the day. "A
mark of respect" they say. What is respect? The dictionary says: "Esteem,
deferential regard, also honoz, act of noticing with attention, undue favour
Soor bias, partiality. . But it is actually showing respect to a merchant to.
close all shops when Ie dies? It'would have been much nicer if all shops
h.,j had close down while he was living . then he could have sold more

But to be serious about it. wouldn't a better "mark of respect" be, for
example, to get all shops to stay open and extra six hours that day, donat-
ing all clerk's time, all profit to. say, scholarship to a High School boy
or g'rl in modern merchandising abroad To ask all 'those people who
loved and honored the deceased to give something timeobrmoney (they
both mean the same, you know!) As it is now,-a man di's and we take, a
holiday, not give a thing! It seems movie like disrepeat to clse up for the
day, The funeral' There's plenty of time to attend a fineralAFTER
four o'clock in the afternoon If you think about it a little we chink you
will agree that we are confusing the issue so believe that to respect somebody
means we should stop work, go home, sit down and take it easy! Who
are we "respecting", the deceased or own tired back? Your are right, its
just another excuse to "quit work.'" So they say!



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Cr Cownswilt be accepted ONL faftUest
w a second, innings disastrously witi
losing bdth their openers with score
our Of e, Goodwila mere 15 runs on the board. theic
The post lunch period was had
all England's. Truman and for;
I I Shackleton cut through the Clo
)middle order batsmen like a defj
&knife through butter and ing
SBOTTLERS West Indies were 97 for 4 at tics
iea. Immediately after the but
interval Allen struck yet ano- ing
(DOMINICA) her nail in the islanders' stt
S )lemon for 5, anJ West In- Titr
Ltd! .dies were 104 for 5. At this The
-U-----.v --. .-.-- ..- P'--- ----.^. -. U` r. 4. 'stage. I honestly felt like only
COLONY OF DOMINICA swiching off my radio, but we
L NY OF DOMINICA remembered that I must re- well
Children's Contest Prize- port on the game and should forI
REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA winners get the results first hand. im
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings I. Brian Walker D.G.S. Wcrrll then joined Butcher 201
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 29th. day of June, 1963. 2 Augustus Lawrence, Roseau who in the meantime had
Nature of Request whether Senior Boys. contributed nearly half the inn
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of Title or 3. Zena Hector C H S, total. Gradually, these two there
Noting thereon or Caveat. onsolation Prizes:-- Flora George took command. Time and wo
Request dated RoReue for the issue of a Calibishie Govt. School; Marl- again, Frank Worrell found for
Request dted Rel in respect of a portion of frycpene Dalrymple, C.H.S; Joseph the gap with elegant strokes and
6th June, 19631 a d in the village of Mas- Ptrs, D..S. while Butcher (again very One
Present by his Solicitor sa c re in the Parish of St. (Sir Alexander Bell was born in "Clem Johnish") used the duce
Presnted Paul containing 2408 sq. ft. Scotland and became a naturalised g h e w the Hall
25c~~~th. and bounded as ollows:- Amrcn g handle whenever the Hl
25th June, 1963 Randall H. Lockhar North by land of J o s e p hAmican!) loose ball came alone It was we
at 3.25 p.m. Danie'; East by land of Susan AUNTIE FRAN WILL REAPPEAR loose bal came along. It was w
Dunstan; South by land of NEXT WEEK. a brilliant partnership, and t
Susan Dunstan and West by lands of Olive Shillingford and Bright William. by close of play, the game br
lsistrar's Office. (Sgd) JOSEPH A. MARCANO had swung right back in fa- iju
Roseau, 25th June 1963 Registrar or Titles. FOR SALE vour of the West Indies t
Butcher was 129 not out and citeni
NoTB:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a ord unsul No. 42 Worre 133 not outin tis hise
Certificate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat at Worrell 33 not out in this his
the above office within six weeks from the date of the first appear- NO reasonable offer refused unbroken partnership of 110. a dra
ance of the above Schedule in the Oficial Gazette and in the Apply: Did I say unbroken? Strai-
DoicyA Ha .a newspaper published in this Island. DELSOL'S GROCERY ght away on Monday morn-
SJun 29 July 6-20 ing Worrell was snapped up




_~I_ __

-- -`--


I-Second Test Ends In by
SPulsating Draw- his

The second test m a t ch ceg
between Englandand the tail.
West Indies ended as dra- for
matically as it began. This runs
was the m o s t intriguing in tl
game I have been privileged runs
to follow. So often did the near
pendulum of fortune swing Thi[
that it was impossible to Eng
predict the final outcome. long
T- SteA
Readers will recall that En- 27r
gland had scored 244 for 7 Gib
at close of play on Friday. ous
This was in reply to the the
West Indies ist innings witl
;total of 301. At this stage, run
iWest Indies supporters were Aftc
looking forward toa quick Com
end to the England innings; until
ibut this was not to be. the
IT i t m u s got fine support ball
from Truman, Allen and dre
Shackleton, and England d t
were able to get to within for
four runs of the West Indies troC
score. Main contributors to Que
this total were Dexter, who val.
scored an electrifying 70, It
Barrington a sound 80, and the
Titmus 52 not out. start
m ', t i? __2*


Stewart off Truman before
was able to improve on
overnight score, and the
gland seam bowlers pro-
led to run through the
rhe last 4 wickets fell
an addition of only 15
s and England were back
ie game with only 234
Needed for victory, and
ly two days to get them.
ngs did not remain in
land's favour for very
g. Hall sent back both
vart and and Edrich with
runs on the board, and
bs got rid of the danger-
Dexter for 2. At lunch
match was evenly poised
ih England needing -203
s with 7 wickets in hand.
er lunch, Barrington and
wdrey batted carefully
il Cowdrey was hit on
wrist by a fast rising
from Hall. With Cow-
y's retir e m e n t, Close
k over,but bad light end-
he day with England 116
3. The players were in-
luced,to Her Majesty the
en during the tea inter-

was raining on the morning of
last day and play could not
until well after lunch with
e slowly as Worrl persevered
h his fast bowlers. With the
Sat 130, West Indies struck
First blow of the day. Griffith
Barrington well caught behind
a well played 60, Parks joined
se and these two continued to
the bowlers. Runs were com.
slowly but surely. Mathema.
is not one of my strong points
on this day, I found myselfdo.
some surprisingly quick sub-
Lt I58 Griffith struck again.
had Parks L.B.W. for 17, but
mus continued where he left off.
Szoo came up for the loss of
r five wickets, and just when we
giving up hope, Titmus was
1 caught by McMorris off Hall
zI. 203 for 6. Truman was
lediately caught behind for o.
for 7. Allen joined Close and
agonizing runs later'Close went,
ght behind off Hall far the best
ings of his career. His 70 lasted
Sand a half hours and nearly
Sthe match for England. 219
8, Shackleton joined Alien
managed to survived the over.
More over from Griffith pro.
d 8 runs, 226 for 8. When
began the last over. 8 runs
: needed with two wickets in-
Two quick singles were taken
Shackleton was run out going
another single. az8 for 9. The
rd Cowdrey then came in with
balls to go. Amidst great ex-
tent, Allen manage to defend
ticket, and the game ended in
Continued next week.)