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: July 6, 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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The Finest People i ,
(F' r thGeiGetea Wqlfai of the P'ople of Dominica,,te jf


"That Cursed Paoer" --
Hon. W. S. Stevens

THE Minister of Labour and Social Affairs, Mr. W. S.
Stevens, described the DOMINICA HERALD in bitter
tones as "that curse of a newspaper" at the Labour Party
meeting in Pottersville last Monday. This is not the first
occasion on w h i c h Mr. Stevens has irrupted against a
w ee k 1 y publication with which at one time he had a
hbhindr-rhe-scenes association.

Although Mr. Stevens
described the Chief Minis-
ter's pedestrian oratory as
a "soul stirring speech" (and
a contemporary newspaper
appears to some extent to a-
;,igree with this critique), to
the H ERA LD reporters,
utterances by all three Minis-
ters were of the usual bromi-
dic repetitious phraseology,
_loyful news, however, for
which the Governwmenlr7-o
Dominica may be applaud-
ed, is that Mr. LeBlane has
done something for his con-
stituency (Newtown). Ros-
eau Boys School will be
moved into more spacious
premises in the old Gram-
mar School, and the tiny
tots will take over the stone
barn now used by Roseau
boys. Other refreshing i;.for-
mation was that Dominica's
Nurses may expect more fay
and better quarters and
that the T.B. Ward will
soon be ready for patients.
The Secretary o' Stl'e for the
Colonies was blam-d for the
hold-up of WHO Integrated
Health programme for the
island d. Mr. Stevens
deprecated "those men who
do not appreciate what we
are doing."
Thin clapping greeting
Mr. Ducreay s eulogy of free
enterprise, and his mention
of the production of Irish
potatoes, oils and fats, pum-
ice investors and the Wotton
Waven hotel. He was
speaking in his own consti-
tuency. Government, said
Mr. Ducreay, did not want
anybody to come to Domin-
ica and "injure her econ-
omy," he stood for private
enterprise in a free society,
ind not for nationalisation,

"although we are socialists.'
These combined remarks
would surely puzzle Mr,
Harold Wilson.
The Hon, Chief Minister gol
slieh'ly more acclaim ifrer his re-
sume of the points already made ir
a market-place meeting. He said
that "the onus was on Britain" to
make financial provision for the
small islands for ten years, gave the
three well known alternatives of
Crown Colony, Unitary Statehood
,--ad.Ecderation,_ and his opinion
that the next Little 7 meeting should
be held in the West Indies to save
expenses. After that he rambled
through cocoa prices of the past,
civil rights and responsibilities, his
anti-Communist attitude, the debt
of $400,000 left over from the
former regime (of which Britain had
excused $200,000), the $120,000
which the Town Council should
spend for cleaning and maintaining
Roseau streets, and the $3oo,ooo
spent on the new Grammar School
("others may say they planned it").
After sug ,stinc that those who
paid too highly for fish should act as
informers to Government and not
encourage a "shoo-shoo" attitude,
and giving out the interesting news
that there are between 1o,ooo and
14,ooo Dominicans now in Guade-
loupe, the C, M, confined himself
to minor matters such as Baron's car
tyres, and taxis vs, limousines in
London. The two best statements
made by him were "a gentleman's
word is his bond" and that "every
man in Dominica would be given
an opportunity regardless of his
colour, class or creed."

at t

Few Pominicans can go ti
Avon, to see the immortal play,
but Shakesp'are is coming to
British actors have landeo in
Hall the first curtain will go
bp.nin It R." p. m. sharp, so
zens who read the HERALi
join in the last-minute rush
available at the Unique Store
bargain price of $2.00. Tho
to St. Gerard's in good time
of $1.00.

Gold Medal For Drama -
You may never again have the opportunity to hear parts of this
great tragedy (a murder mystery, i n the strongest sense), with its over,
luiUS UI i'cadullily, aULGtIoY, llyuIU, utuavdoiuU dillU UUUIdY9. Ve
print herewith a portrait o f brilliant a c t o r Harold Lang
who won a Gold Medal from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and
who has appeared in films, television and on stage,

CARIBO, made fi
ombo type plan 1
nnrt nept week)*

CEDRIC Belfrage, famous journalist, Godber replaced
editor and author of novel 'My S. of S, for Wa
Master Columbus" dropped in by
air with his wife last Friday for 24 FOR
hours, to chat with friends at the
Herald DTU nominee Paul Bannis 1- Powerl

of Ca tie Bruce replaces Denis Ri- washing l
Visiting Evangelists Rev. viere (unable to go) at Barbados Automatic wl
Ars. George Miller and course in industrial relations, leaves only.
dent Pastor, Rev. Denis Sunday BELGRAVE Robinson, 1 Baby's
Len Northern schools inspector, granted
ite cordially invite the a o day U. S. Govt. award, tOP cOnVertil
ilic to their 7:30 p.m. teaching) arrives Washington & sitting, for
htly meetings to be held August* LABOUR Minister J.M' Offer open
he Paz Building, Queen Johnson of Nigeria, elected Presi- after which
y St. from July 7 to 19. dent of ILO for 1963, resigned leave.
ontrib. t 9 the presidential chair to vo'e against a
ontErib. South African mem b e r s h i p* Contact MI
F.F. BEAUREGARD, Sec-Gen. of Roseau 193.

ine speech on Col
for Caribbean (re-
* RT. HON. J. B.
Profumo as Britain's
glide Service
Vaccine with
ringer for $235

Pe rambala-
ble for sleeping
$35' only.
till 12th July
proceeding on

rs. Clay or ring

At the time of going to
press, .Mr. Presmont was
still in Dominica.
U. S. Vice-Consul Visits
Mr. James Hughes, American Vicc-
Consul paid a brief routine visit here
this week.

Vacancy In Post
Principal Officer,
H. M. Prison.
Applications are 'invited
from suitable candidates for
the post of Principal Officer
H. M. Prison.
2. The salary attached to
the post is $2 088 x 96 2,
280 x 120 $2,640. The
officer selected will be requi-
red to serve a probationary
period of 2 years.
The officer will be respon-
sible for the performance of
the clerical duties at the
Prison, which include! the
keeping of the accounts and
the purchase, custody and
recording of stores and equip-
3. The post is on the per-
manent an d pensionable
esta' lishment of theterriory.
4. applications should be
v' ssed to the Chief Se.
I a ry, Administrator's
( and should reach him
1 water than 15th July,


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,ecn so
.is hardly
.orld today
willing to make terms
,mcr for gradual payments,
,r exchange. The single
i has taken forty years, but
ice and fringe of B i g
oday. The Reader's
s an article on it in the
:rs, which will advertise

many millions of its read
long in time sine
ohn, who was given th
.ng his lifetime, made
*ing of his wife. joh,
zed in England and ii
countries as a Master
y great draughtsman
ig of Dorelia was sold a
recently, in a public
and for how much
: you this help: it was
iyp.,unds, Write dowr
mnd the nearest wins a
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increases a litt e, and has --
Sallowme spacebeen known to increasceto incredible W. 1. Youth Trus
newspaper to CeO prices of which the practical business
newspaper toco- ma in the West Indies has no Fund
a news item in the knowledge whatever. All he sees
advocate f Satur- is thetrutthat he may print Old Clothing Distributed
e 22, about the late Masters and pay the artist nothing. Clothing from the Youth Trust
oub Dib. "Ha-laitricks in e v e r y trade!" Fund has been distributed to children
body in Dominica Artists have no business sense, and as follows: 2nd June, BELLEVU]
that we of George thieves often have a great-deal of RAWLE; 18th June, GOOD HOPE
lily have been atta- what it takes... and 2oth June, WARNER, The clothe
our Uncle for years, Forty years ago hire-purchase was were gifts from Canadian families
since we came to ridicul-d, but the West Indian is The need at Good Hope was s
a in 1927. Indeed it too smart a bird to be caught by great that one more box collected
other George who chaff. He never buys pictures or locally was sent upto the Distric
managing the busi- drawings until their prices have Nurse fo distribution on Monda)
the last twenty-seven risen to higher levels than any West 24th June.
e mourn his death Indian could possibly pay. In a
mourn his death faraway island, people lived to see Canadians-,Adopt"
ch perhaps more the paintings of a pauper tied LaPlaine Girls
ybody else and together in bundles of a dozen or
feel.purposely left more and sold for 5- or perhaps Young Henrietta Williams aged
the local reporter re- a bundle. while the islanders 9, of La Plaine is a lucky girl. She
particular mention of Tahiti giggled that strangers could is the first Dominican to be "adop-
Mr: Dib's closest be such fools, They were far too ted" under the Canadian sponsor-
who served him to clever to be so foolish, but within ten a-child scheme, and will receive
end. years of Gauguin's death those same from her foster family gifts of money
Sincerely yours, local business men began to regret food and clothing, In return Hen-
B DIB, Hanover St. the chances they had missed. The tietta will correspond with her new
poverty-strickenn artist was juggled "relatives". The adoption was ar-
into Court and awarded a prison ranged through the W.I. Youth
Appeal sentence for trying to protect the Trust Fund.
S simple peasants of the Marquesas
Madam, I would be islands from the robberies and D.G.S Cadets
d for the publication of depredations of the local police. a
to the people of Do- Picture-painting'sa waste of time. For Camp
behalf of The Christian A Business man in Dominica once
ass as follows: told an artist that "Satan finds some
ilab e Musical It 'tla- mischiefstill for idle hands to do," 38 Cadets of the D.G,S.Ticlud-
the Christian M 'al and most people believed, and ing Ii NCO's have been selected to
ty insufficient d o perhaps still believe, he was entirely attend the Training Camp to be
music pupils, not right about Art. But, a dozen held at St. Ann's Fort, Barbados
SIbut also from years after Gauguin died, a successful from August 9th to 22nd.
Island. business man said sadly, "Ah, if we The cadets will leave Dominica
am appealing had only known every canvas by Federal Vessel on 7th August
lic to boost was almost a fortune." Try and under the command of Lieut. L.E.
by see gi buy one of those pictures today, if Johnson, acting O.C. Cadets,
dden you find you have fifty thousand Second Lieut. A. James will also

SkATRDAV, JULY 6, 0963
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.e Prepared Foi Hurrican'es

.Dominica t'he hurricane season starts in June
crrnally t. n 'd s in November. It is now hurricane
A hurricaaee is.. wind which blows over 70 miles
T hour. If you hear that a hurricane is near: -
i. Be c;lmn and never listen to rumours.
2. Get your news from the Government or i s t e n to
the radio.
3. If your house is on flat land and is near to the sea
or a river move your family to a safe place.
4. Nail up your windows and doors. Use g o o d
boards. Keep materials handy.
5. Put pans, tools, boards, and galvanize under secure
cover. If this is not done these may blow about
outside and hurt people.
6. Put all pictures and other things that may b r e a k
flat on the floor.
7. See that you have some food in the house. Food
that needs little cooking is best.
8. See that you have a lantern, candles and matches in
the house. If you can, get a flashlight.
9. Be sure to have clean water always in the house. Fill
every b uc k et and pan that you have, after the

10. Cut branches from trees too near to the house. If
e there are coconut trees near, pick all the coconuts.
a 1 When a hurricane is close by, do not tie up your;
n animals.
n 2. Do not leave your animals near to a river, a ravine
or the sea.
t 13. The best place for your animals is a pen. T h i s
: pen must be in a safe spot. It must not be near to
i, la r g e trees. A cellar may make a good pen for
s your animals.
S 14. When'you have done everything you can to make
S your home and animals safe, stay with your family.

Sblows around it in a circle, leaving a very calm spot
in the middle. If the eye of the hurricane hits you,
there will be a calm. The wind will stop. Take
care at this time, the wind may come back from the
other side.

E After the Hurricane
S A. Be calm and do not listen to rumours.
S B. If you can, get news from the Government or listen
0 to the radio.
! C. If you are h ur t, or if you know anyone who is
t hurt, get all the help you can from the hospital, the
Red Cross, or Welfare agencies.
T'- *-x 1 .

U. Do not toucn loose wires. These may shock you.
E. Boil all drinking water and eat only unspoiled food.
F. Give all your animals food and water. See if they
are hurt and give them all the help you can.
G. Tell the Sanitary Inspector of all y o u r damaged
pipes, latrines, etc.
H. See that broken branches are cut from your trees.
I. Put' all your rubbish together for clearance.
J. Take care of all the food crops you still have. All
the food you have will be needed.

accompany the party. During the
two week 'camp the cadets will do
intensive training for the Basic Test.
The Commandinn Offcler has

Aj O.C. Cadets

recently received word that the St. A a
Lucia and St., Vincent units are EverI assassin
making arrangements to camp with the UH aring
Dominicans, Units of Barbados
will also join the campers in miscell- Preliminary hearing on a mur-
aneous activities. der charge came up Tuesday last
Meanwhile, the Local Unit is for Byron de la Beckwith, 42, ac-
striving hard towards its goal of caused of assassinating Negro civil
$3000.oo00 Present reports indicate rights leader Medgar Evers.
hat it is still a long way from the
target. It is hoped, however, that
the general public will give full Read
support to various Cadet Functions Te H
and so help make this camp possible. The II ALD

in your
ment on
day, Jun
Mr. Ay<
Dib Fan
ched to c
is my br<
has been
ness for t
years. W
very mu
than an'
out when
made no
about us,
the very


Dear Sir
very gratcfu
this appeal
minica on
Musical Cli
*The ava
meAts at t
Clists 4,te
Qa ihye .of
from Roseau
area of the.
I therefore
general publ
possible hic




Superstitions In Our Midst
by Gordon: ,Part II

The following remark left me doubtful of its ttuth and set me
meditating. It comes from a friend of mine, who holds an office job. R OSEAU
"I do not thirk you were quite justified in all your points in the article'
Superstition in our Midst* In the world there is more evil than good. LAYOU 1
Indeed some books, for example the Sixth and Seventh Books of Mosess
can lead to demoniac malice. Someone can purchase certain ch micals GRI). AY
from a drug-store, make a mixture, and read a c:r'ain chapter of some book. P
He then wth out allowing a drop touch him pour the the mixture in some ,PMUU I
path he knows you must pass. No sooner you get on tht spot, but you
are forced to break your neck:" HAMPSTEAD
As to what truth thoughts like these contain I am dubious. I am
positive however that signs, beliefs' and omens fill the minds of far too, MARIGOT
many in our community. The following paints bear evidence.
My one-time guardian always makes the "Sign of the Cross when her
right hand scratches. saying, "Oh Lord, pleasesend it." She anticipates WESLEY
money. I have seen others do the same, and some curse in the case of the
left hand, having the assurance they will shortly spend some money. Ci IFTON 1
It is said that this idea emanated from Western Europe; I have hoped
and watched when my hands scratch me but in vain! My guardian CTI BRUCE
'would also accidentally knock her elbow against the partition, and mutter,
'Some stranger is coming! I hope you walk with yowr food". She
was likewise convinced that when her eyes were "dancing" as she termed
it, or when she had got jokes to laugh at all day. she would 5noneror later, U. S Pos
find herself thrown into a difficult situation and would have to cry or
quarrel. Stamp O
Vague superstitions are attached to certain days in the year, On New S
Years Day, to free himself from the invisible chains with which he has been Emancip
bound, my'hasty old neighbour, always at war with himself, rushes to the
river's-mouth carrying certain bushes and herbs which he uses to bathe On August i
himself; Not a generation past but children searched for cover when Post Office Dep
Good Friday came; they were specifically instructed, should they on that special five-cent
day, split a piece of wood, the cutlass would remain therein. Should they clamation stamp
go to wash or bathe they would sink beneath the water to rise no more! ooth anniversary
The most peculiar and queer belief under the head is as follows:-should ham Lincoln's c
an egg laid on Good Friday be placed under the arm-pit and concealed for brought freedom
some time, a little beast would be hatched from it. That diminutive slaves.
monster would have to be fed by the owner. If ever the owner fails in his The stamp w
or her duty to supply him a human soul annually, he or she dies. Chicago on the
Continued on back Page Century ofNegr

Inivarsiiy B TheW lIniitis

College Of Arts And Science
1 Inugural Scholarships will be granted to the
College of Arts and Science, Barbados, for the
opening in October, 1963.
2. The Scholarship shall be open to the fol low-
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 th, ee 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.
4 Applications shall be forwarded to the Resid-
ent Tutor, Dominica, not later than 15th July, 1963,
together with testimonials and original certificates.
5 Preference will be given to candidates with the
H gher School Certificates or Advanced Level sub-
6. The value ot the Scholarsbip will be approx-
imately $1,200.00 a year for three years.
7. The Scholarship will be awarded to the candi-
date who, in the opinion of the University, is most
likely t benefit therefrom, taking into considera-
tion his or her qualifications, character and special
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6, 1963 the 1
lartment will iss
y of President A
executive action
to millions of N
ill be released
opening day o
o Progress Ex1

tion in that city.
It depicts a served link in a
sivc olrack ra. -"..'.-
background. The insc r i p t
'United States" in red appei
he top center of the stamp
numerals "1863-1963" area
top left while the denomiuatio
cents" is at the upper, right.
are in blue. At the bottom,
in blue, are the words "Eman
tion Proclamation "
George Olden, designer ol
stamp, is internationally know
graphic arts and is the first mc
of the Negro race to design a
postage stamp He is v,ce pre
of the New York advertising fi
The stamp was modeled by
tor S. McCloskey, Jr., and en
ed by Howard F. Sharpless.
o 84 by 1.44 inches (2.13 by
centimeters) in size and horizo
shaped. There will be an i
printing of 120 million.
When the Civil War (i
1865) engulfed the United ,
less than two months after Abr
Lincoln became president, the
damental issue was the presr%
of the Union. B ut slavery
been an issue which had c a u
dissension between the North
South and was instrumental in
yoking the hostilities.
As the war developed into a
longed struggle, more and
Northerners demanded that sl
be abolished. On Septembe
1863, following a Northern v
in the battle of Antietam, the
dent issued a preliminary prod
tion which stated that if the sec
states did not ly down their
and return to the Union by Jai
I, 1863, he would declare
slaves to be "forever free,"
When the appointed day

Roberts S
Roberts S

U. Andrew
W. Stevens
L Thlomas

W. Stevens
Hodge S
Hodge -
Hodge S
J Hemy

Adge Robert, Roberts
>dge J. Hoberts Robe
.lodge Denis Robct
Sis. Andrew Robeits S Sis.
Roberts S Greenaway Hodge
Roberts Hodge Dider

Roberts S O. Theodore
Mrs. Hodge Hodge
1. Andrew Scotland
L. Samuel Hodge
Dodds H. Andrew

W. Stevens Roberts S

L;ncoln issued the Emancipation
Proclamation. He took this step
as a war measure in his capacity as
Commander-in-Chief of the Army
and Navy, In 1865 slavery was
made nnlawful anywhere in the
United States by the 13th amend-
U.S. ment to the U.S. Constitution
ue a
Pro- The Postage
g the
bra- Stamps Of
Fro Dominica
From "Onward" of May 1963

rt s
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H. T,M, que

Samuel Acham

featuring the head of King George
V- and the badge cf Dominica.
The Silver Jubilee issue appeared in
Z935 and that of the Coronation in
1938 saw a new pictorial issue,
among which were those of Fresh,
Water Lakes, Layou River' 'Picking
Limes' and the'Boiling Lake' along
with portrait of George VI.
After the victory issue of 1946 the
island participated in me general re-
leases for the Royal Silver Wedding
in 1948, the 7th Aniversary of the-
Universal Postal Udion 'in 1949
and the Inauguration of University

On Thursday 16th May, 1963 a College of the West Indies in 19511
new Definitive Issue of Dominica Later-in that year a new issue ap-
postage stamps was put on sale in peared with all values. now marked
local .post offices. This issue is in dollars and cents. With this 'st
v..2 ,-~ -__ reveuteen denominations came Drying 'Cocoa. 'Making
ranging from Ic. to $4.80, These Carib baskets' 'Botanical Garde;is,
carry pictures of local scene; (the sea 'Drying Vanilla beans'. Picking
shore of Rosalie, a sailing canoe, Orange' and 'bananas.' An over-
Road making operations. Sulphur print marked New Constitution".
Springs,. The Trafalgar Falls Scotts appeared in October 1951 to mark
Head, Goodwill), the Coat of Arms the new constitution granted to the
of the Island, local crops. (cocoa, island in that year. 1953 saw the
coconuts, bananas) the Crapaud, the Coronation releases, and reprints
Sisserou Parrot, the native Costume, bearing the portrait of Her Majesty
and the portrait of Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II appeared in
Queen made by the Italian painter 1954.
Pietro Annigoni. 'Mat Making,' 'Canoe making
The story of Postage Stamps in and Bananas were released in 1957'
Dominica goes back to those of w h i 1 e in -958 the 'Federation'
Great Britain issued between 1856 stamps made .heir appearance. Two
and 1858, These blue, red and special issues one in connection with
green stamps were the first ever used the Centenary of the International
in the island, but in 1874 Domin- Red Cross, and the other for the
ica released its first stamps bearing Freedom from Hunger Campaign
the words 'Dominica Postage' and will be released later this yeat.
featuring a portait of the head of
Queen Victoria. There were three Classified dvt.
denominations, In lilac, 6d green
and Is dull magenta. In 1879 FOR SALE
three new values d and 2zd and
4d appeared. One "Hot Point" Refrigerator
In October 1890 the stamps of one Radio and Gram (Stereo,) one,
Dominica were superceded by at Sinner foot Sewing Machine In)
general issue of the Leeward Islands, good condition) Apply: Sylma Green
(to which group, Dominica belong- Goodwill
ed at the time) and no stamps were June22-July 6
issued by the territory until 1903. FOR SALE
From then till December 1939, White Pine Dressed
when the island went over to the Limited Quantity
Windward group. LeeL rIfEl .i J'.I." xi 14f. t., long
stamps wese used coi'- -
those of Dominica. d' Consul NO. 42
The 1903 issue was masonable offer refused
9 denominations fattuing-ma .--'- ->-
Roseau from the sea, and one of the
head of the Sovereign. During '
s916-20 several overprints and sur-
charges appeared including the "war ;
In 1923 a new issue was made.
Fifteen values with a common design Jul

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F-.. S TU,.CAY, JULY 6, ?963
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AN INDEPi -Y Correspondents are asked tc submit their full names and addresses as
a guarantee nof]ood faith, bu' not necessarily for publication. Letters should
be as sho, t as possible. Con'roveisial political letters will not be pub-
$I New Street, RIo Tl. 307 ished anonyeniously Views expressed in People's Post do not necessarily
Published by j. MARGARTSON &LES, Propri tor Icl:ect thepolicy of the Ed to or the Proprietor.
Editor'- MRS. PHYLLI SHAND ALLFRIY about your throwing out of the
UX & European Represen aive Colin Tur,,-r (Lono,,) Ltd. 01d Friends white lady. Butshe couldn't help
122, Shaftesilrey Ave Ldon IV. I doing a good job bringing you and
Antual Subscriptlons: Fown 8500 Country $6.00 True Friends us closer together one way or other.
Overseas (Surface Mail) 87.50 Madam, JACK MONRO
--- .. --.--. SATURDAY-,JULY .' 6, i 19 .. Remember meo I too, io, Penare Road, Penzance.
.- -- -" ...... like CYNTHIA, slept at your Kill d
ON SECRECY home- during those tough times of Killed Before t
wU Wwar-time migrancy. Through your Lays Q;-
columns, now let me invite dear
0iTO deal with this secrecy in all its hear the truth directly, we will endeavour Cynthia to come down here to Our Readers May Be In-
I manifestations w o u 1 d require a to obtain it through the Secretary of State Cornwall oneof these days to visit terested In This Letter
full-length book." That is one of the for the Colonies. my wife and me and children. Then Published In The St.
leading remarks unearthed by your Editor The way the HERALD looks at it is we coldswop stories and oldemJune.
from a little pamphlet dated CiCU- this: ifa man is considered to be an ories of Robert and Phyllis Allfrey- Lucia Herald Of 15 June.
from a little pamphlet dated 1959, circu- this: ia man is considered to be an They were good troupers, weren't Dear Mr. Editor,
l a t e d to Dominica's high schools by undesirable alien and Government feels they? Now then, don't iet anything If what I have read In the
some earlier Government. We believe, that it has a cast-iron case, there is no go and make you "mad" about press is correct, am I to un-
however, that we can say what is necess- need to fear exposure. Tell the people. letting her 'own Labour Party' put derstand that the leaders of
ary in a few words. They may even support the action, her out "so quietly". You Cynthia the "Seven" are seeking in-
Britain has her, Profumo affair and although many of them may have reserv- od't have her e any dffe dependence before federa-
Dominica has her Presmout affair. They tions about the asinine old law which Could anyone else but she and Ro- And would this new move
are very different in subject and even covered it. By this secrecy, by not bert have raised the circulation of not be a severe departure
more so in treatment.Z Both,i however, trusting the people and telling them, grave the "Dominica Herald" the way from the proposals as set out
involve public morale and the future of doubts about British justice are raised. hy've done. Who eva bothered e ets
a Government, The main difference on Is the man being chucked out because he b read the "Dominica Chronicle" in the. British Governmeent's
that score is that the British people were criticised Government in a private home and its juice and not just for any accepted by the various egs-
told everything about Profumo's resigna- Are his morals in questions (Which family connection. latures as a basis for Federa-
tion and the.Dominican people are being Minister will cast the first stone?) Worse Maybe they put her out just be- tion?
told nothing about Presmont's deporta. still, is exception taken to his ideas If cause she's white. That's one thing Mr. Editor, isn't this ridi-
tion. The local radio has been notic- so, go ahead and tell us what those ideas we can't make out back in this old culous?
ably silent although the deportation re- are, and, at the same time tell us somre- un tnd nd sympathize. Butold I believe this is a matter
port hit the headlines of this newspaper thing about Government's ideas, of which let me tell you this, all you Dom-f the eopleto decide rhe
arid cannot be denied. Did this Tiny we know all too little. inicans and Windies: Its you've tha the' leaders. Intelligent
Tots Government really, believe that it In the little anti-Soviet pamphlet men- put back life into our national ame people can never be satisfied
co'a-F i rofthe' -m-ost- l~- pine inurt brst paraapthere appear '" get summer-as ver V a Iui lo me nrto
erful'ouny in the world in a s h a d y the following words: was. And I don't mean just the being with full independent
erfucountry the world in a s h a d y the following words: "In the free world, play ofthe great game: I mean the status under the quality of
manner, giving no reason, not even to the Press offers wide and open coverage of whole atmosphere of joy and fun and leadership that now obtains
the man himself? This : cannot be. news at home and abroad. This news glorification and dead-serious com- in these islands.
In effect, the Government of Domin- may be unflattering to the Government; it edy that you've mantled it with. I've I can see in these new pro-
ica has behaved as if our island is a ram- may be disastrous news; it may tell of a young Ceylone friend whose posals,leaders of the "Seven"
school-mate in Colombo was pick creating a goose which is
shackle club owned by themselves, and corruption or incompetence at home; but ed to make up a team with thosecreating a Goose which is
as if they have used an ex-policeman to if it is of public interest, it will be five great players of yours who play killed before it has been
act as a chucker-out on informers' advice, printed." ed a match against Ceylon on their given an opportunity of lay-
This behaviour is shockingly unrealis- We agree with those words, and say way back from Australia And here ing a Golden Egg.
tic, for even a club affray attracts attention, to Government: enough of secrecy. Give in London he just can't tear him- Your truly,
and sometimes sympathy for the ejected. us the facts. We want to be certain elfaway om the televisionwatch-CITIZEN (t Luca)
By the time this editc rial appears, a ques- that injustice is not being committed by but not too sorry when England Read
tion. will be set down on the order paper the people's representatives; further, we manages to scrape the greatest draw
of the House of Commons. If we cannot desire friendship with all sections of the ever against your magnificence. Pity The HERA WD
American people. COLONY OF DOMINICA

Schedule of Applications for Cerlifica es of Title and Notings
b.reon and Caveats for the week ending the 29th. day of June, 1963.
Nature of Request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of Title
Noting thereon or Caveat.
Request for the issue ofa
Request dated Robelto Blanc fir s t Certificate of T it I e
in respect of a portion of
R 6th June, 1963 1 a n d in the village of Mas-
by his Solicitor s a c r e in the Parish of St.
Presented Paul containing 2408 sq. ft.
and bounded as tollows:-
25th June, 1963 Randall H. Lockhart North by land of Joseph
3 at 3.25 p.m Danie; East by land of Susan
Dunstan; South by land of
Susan Dunstan and West bylands of Olive Shillingfrrd and Bright William.
Registrar's Office, (Sgd) JOSEPH A. MARCANO
.. Roseau, 25th June 1963 Registrar of Titls.,
S, .... NOT:--Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a
Certificate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat at
", the above office within six weeks from the date of the first appear-
ance of the above Schedule in the O"icial Gazette and in the
DowMNrcA HERALD newspaper published in this Island,
.. .dine 29 July 6

cnr of Sir John Gidgud's Co, Grenville Hallam of Bistol Old Vie.

*e Are Reaching New Customers


BY BOB & RAY Drowned
BY BOB RAY Drowned By Phyllis Shand AlIfrey
We were prepay red !o write you all the details of the Last Sunday at about 1.30 p.n,, From haptr V
John Presmont deportation this week but have decided a large crowd gathered beside the From chapter V
to postpone the subject until a few more facts are clear. Mahant River at Belfst. Women. .
Suffice it to say, this is a very grave situation and there and children wept in anguish; the The advice given to me before leaving home, on how
will need be much said, explained and discussed before it river had claimed another victim, to hold a conversation with Princess Margaret after the
is fully resolved Eight year old Agatha Anthony inaugural dinner, was simply this: "not to talk politics."
1 hey say some of the cane mills on the island are not daughter of Mayma Ryan and Ha- "Why not? I've thought of nothing else but poll-
exactly doing the fair thing by the peasants who raise the l Anthony was said ro be bathing tics for months! Unless you can suggest a topic?"
with other children including one of
cane. Time and again we are told that this or that cane her elder sisters. Nos owner dida little "Talk to her about how your grandfather entertained
mill is cheating by telling the grower how many gallons boy yelled that she wa; in misfor- her grandfather in the island of Antigua when he was a
were pressed from his cane, wrongly! Now the best way une, when a current was bearing midshipman."
to stop such ugly talk is for the cane pressers to call in an I-er away, and she had disappeared "Who was a midshipman?" I asked stupidly in a.
impartial government judge to measure the juice aid pub- T'.:ree boats sought her and found campaign-weary vote.
lhsh same for all to witness. Naturally, when cane is dry her; she was rushed to the hospital, c e o
and the vield in juice is not high, no one makes a profit but died on the way. "The King, of course," my relative said. Your
but the cne mills should be smart enough to safeguard On the same day of the inci- grandfather was a young married man. It was at Fitches
Stheir c ne ms ho be assaying the yield pubhcy and ent, the parents were just preparing Creek.. She gave a graphic picture of the event seen
their reputation by honestly assaying the yield publicly and ftor the Confirmation of an elder through the eyes of a peeping child, my father: one of his
by having th. gallonage verified by an unimpeachable child of the family, To them and reminiscent tales
source. all the family, the "Dominica cet
4One of the last publicized projects on Dominica is Herald" e xten ds its profound When I did raise the subject with the Princess, who
the land scheme being undertaken by Geest Industries in sympathy. sat on a sofa between the Roman Catholic Archbishop
the Northern part of the island. Perhaps the reason this and myself, staring with her huge blue eyes at a feeble
has not been widely know maybe to hold down requests Puplp Surveyors display of fireworks, she asked promptly: "Whatever was
for similar philanthropic ventures in other parts of Dom- my grandfather doing there?"
inica We can be very proud of the Geest people for There is provision for the "Duck shooting." I nearly forgot t'e Ma'am.
their generous action and we feel this (nly is the beginning of appointment of three Pupil "Is t h a t all?" She sounded disappointed and
more iand development. But we also feel that those who Surveyors in the Survey De- averted her marshallow pink cheek. I wished I could.
know the amazing story, particularly those in government apartment and application are have told her a wilder tale. She then asked me
who are working closely with Gieest on the plan, should invited from interested per- pretty sharp questions about historical events and dates.
come forward and reveal the broad extent of Dominica's sons pretty sharp questions about historical events and dates.
benefaction. We can tell you this much: the "'gift" is 2. Applicants should be Luckil the Archbishop began to compare our inaugural
several hundred times greater in value than the much between the ages of 16 and rockets with the fireworks of Versailles. Anyone could
publicized T. B. donation. And what about the housing 19 yearson en'ry into train- see that the Princess was partial to Archbishops. She en-
scheme soon to be started at Soufriere? This one sounds ing aid should in be posse- joyed his conversation far more than mine; but she might'
very good indeed but someone is sitting on the lid and the ssion of the Certificate of have liked mine better, had I talked West Indian politics.
story is slow in coming out. Education or Senior Cam- Some weeks afterwards I asked Mr. Bird to take me:
C- .hinoeK(rActivities are, of course, not very different than bridge Certificate with passes out to Fitches Creek when I visited Antigua H e point-
those of millions of other women only hers, are binaag airto-ri i .. mt nemuL^ ." ,u .
of Helen of Troy. When historians get around to writing this chapter ,,0.o .t--- .- ,ss., lrr i m the 1as,; .
in the events ofthe world, they should sagely nod their head and say: three other subjects. all that was left of the old estate house where a little boy
"Hummim! this has happened many, many times. Whole governments e successful app- ad practised in the pantry how to hypnotize guests into
have been shaken and some have tumbled because of man's ways with a cants will:- yawning by making pi
woman!" But at the same time, it is interesting to note how flimsy (1) undertake to serve the yawn ing by making pincer movements with his thumb
must be our political fabric. It matters little how good a leader we have, Government of Domin- rst f
how industrious a politician was not how astute a statesman used to be ica for a period of not l ""1;"'" '"." e i"- *-- -;
... all it takes to unravel this paragon is some social indiscretion. The less than three (3) years, Dominic Bana na rae Ass
people will never tolerate certain acts that they themselves indulge in every a ft e r obta ning the '
day .. like the school teacher who drinks too much or the clergyman necessary Land Surveyor's No T Bnn
who acts too masculine. They must be "just so" or, out they go! qualification, Notice T Banana Growers
Several people have mentioned to us lately that there was recently a (ii) undertake a home study BE BANNA
request made to Government to build a three-million dollar casino on aEDBANANA
promontory jutting into the sea near Melville Hall airfield, This request course in Surveying and B i
to receive a license for gambling was turned down, we are told, The Mapping with an approv- Growers wl0 present boxed bana' s at Fond Cole
reason: it would attract a lot a gangsters and corrupt the people. It was ed correspondence school, Reception Depot are notified that the following new r-
very nice of Government to protect us from these terrible things but obtaining the Co u r s e frangemants for receiving boxes have been made by the
wouldn't it be better in a case of this kind to "put it up to the people": D ploma. Prchasin mpany fftiv k mmn th
Perhaps they would like to meet some gangsters or even be corrupted. 4. 1 he appointment is sub- Purchaing Company effective week commencing 8th July,
Things of this kind, acting as guardian of the morals of the populace, ject to medical fitness and 1963. B
makes one think we are all little children and we need "Daddy Govern- the and candidates will be on (1) Boxed bananas will be received ONLY ON THE
ment" to show us the way. To take a vote on whether we should turn probation for three years. SECOND DAY OF THE RECEPTION.
down such a proposition is the democratic way. Now if the request was 5. The salary is in the scale (2) The acceptance Of boxes over the weighbridge
for permission to build a $5oo dynamite factory on King George V
Street. .. well, no need to vote on that! $894 x 48 $1,086, $1,146 and at the Peasants' Shed will be discontinued,
Since this column reported the disgrace to our coast scenery, at least x 60 $1,206 with a quali- (3) All b o x e s will be received and weighed in a a
a dozen more wrecked cars and trucks have been pushed over the bank fiction bar a the Diploma section of the "Pin-pointing" Shed (next to the
toward the sea just north of Fond Cole Instead of cleaning up the area tin Surveying and Mapping i Peasants' Shed),
and putting an historical marker on the site of that once famous old fort at $1,086 A. D. BOYD
(the remains of which can still be plainly viewed along the shore), we pile 6. Applications should be GENERAL MANAGER
rusted old hulks on top ofone another in a miserable ugly tangle. addressed to the Chief Se-
Doesn't it seem peculiar to you that we build a high wall around our cr ar y Administrator's 6.
famous Botanic Gardens thereby hiding their beauty to the passerby and Oc e, and should reach that I" -"-"-""" ""
expose junk piles?. So they say! O 'c, a su r ht |" '""'"' I- ''" '"~* ,*--'**,
ex office not later than 15 July, The New M o r r is 1100 witn the revolutionary
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No Independence our finding, together wit h all the benefits which would accrue LONDON LETTER by, Graham Norton I
Bef r bits and pieces.from the with independence b arrangement BRITIAN'S NATIONAL THEATRE
pietes o K. with Britain:
B Fe area and the U. K. press. We submi that Government When a nation become had also agreed that the Government
Federation Colonial Office in a clear must have a mandate from the independent nowadays, one would dir-ctly support the National
By FRANKLIN A BAON, gesture of disgust at the people to seek this status. It was of the first things that many Theatre that had been pressed for
Sfii'' "irc 'of gnrauce, absurdity a n d not an issue at the last elections and do is to found an airline. many years- before even thk First
.diy of the Chief Mi- has not been proposed or even Jamaica is the latest to World Wir
the arbados onerenc pidiy of the Chief M suggest to the populace. We the Jamaica is the latest to do Saturday, June sth saw a begin-
May this year highlights the ters, says that they (the C. people have a right zo decide our so. The arts come later, ing and an end. For when the
immaturity, in some cases, M's) demanded: destiny. The Government cannot a ft e r this more costly and plan for ene National Theatre was
and the dishonesty,in others, (a) th introduction in decide tuch matters for us as though s h o w y way of asserting agreed on it entailed incorporating
and the dishonesty, in others the House of Corn- we were all insane relatives and they sovereignty. intoeritsorganizationad the people'whose
of the "Silly Seven Chief I m T I our legal guardians They hold r b opera house," Sadlers Wells, whose
Ministers of the E a s t e r n mons in June-J u y our leosgal guardians by virueof Th saney hold In some countries, parti- ballet became world famous, and
Caribbean. 1964 of an Indepen- votes.of our sane cularly in European coun- another people's theatre the Royal
For eleven months since dence Bill, The D U. P. P. have since the tries which were part of that Victorian Theatre in the Waterloo
the last London Conference, (b) then the appointment days of the now defunct Federation great empire that contained Road, always known as the Old
they sat downdeliberated in of a Governor Gen- declared their preparedness to so many "oppressed nation- Vic." The site of the National
they sat down, deliberated in era, relinquish Unit authority in order to alities, Austria-Hungary, it Theatre is on the South Bank,
private, in public and in (c) then the creation of ara make the centre strong and it cannot was on the na where the Festival of Britain was in
Legislative Councils on the ) the the creaton accept the aude ofincumbents to was on e National Theatre r and next to ths Royal Festival
White Paper, reaffirming it body corporate called hog the powers and privileges which that funds were lavishly ex- Hill. The Old Vic' is just a
and seeking support for it the Federal Council they now enjoy to the detriment of pended from the moment of stone's throw from this, and'the
all along the line, and when of Ministers, c o m- the Federal entity. We see, too, independence. That theatre National Theatre Company will
all was said and one on uprising the C h i e f that the hopes and aspiraons which had nursed and ket function there until its new home
all was said and done, on nourished by everyone of us can best and kept is blt
the eve of the Conference, Ministers. (T h i s and most quickly be realized by a alive the flame of national- The Old Vic,' which had be.
with Nigel Fisher attending, body would h av e Federation of the islands as outlined lsm, and perhaps had fought come the home both of Shakespeare
they suddenly sprung on him the power to legis- in our Blue Paper. In a world for the peoples v e r y lan- and more experimental drama (the
and the pec ple of the region 1 a t e by regulations where nation is joining nation to guege, had earned a debt of Royal Shakespeare's London Thea-
w h a t the Colonial Office such steps as would create powerful blocs that can ac- gratitude. tre is an innovation of the lst year
termed "radical changes in be necessary for the heve economic viability, it would Unlike France, where o two) ahad lof acati nd rthe
be foolish, even disastrous, for any "National Theatre" (act- r auction. It had functioned, bring-
the proposals of the London launching of a Fed- of us to disregard the obvious needheatre (act- duction. it had functioned bring-
Conference of last year." creation of our going forward together. ually several theatres) is the ;nc culture to the people (and later.
What seems mystifying is (d) and (only) then, and Instead of an insular development pride of the Government, the West End audiences which mi-
that in a matter of national in 965, would Fed- we must plan a unified regional and is lavishly subsidized, rated there) since 914. For marty
impothancet i att er tioa development which c.n only be Britain has had no Nation- in the audience on June rsth, it
importance nt either the eral Elections t a k e accomplished by the creation of a al Theatre until could have been a sad occasion.
Opposition, in government place and a P r 1 m e strong federal centre Hence our T now But that erand old woman of the
nor the people were .previ- Minister appointed, cable to the Secretary of State. The world famous RoyJ.al nlish. Theatre. Dame Sybil
ously, infosiged of t h e s e (italics mine) We feel too, that the people have Opera House at Convent Thornd;lre. one of the original mem
radicall changes. In fact, we The Chief Minister in his a right to know all that ;s happen- Garden is run by private hers of the first Old Vie company
wereai anisledinto belieing market address (t ing so they can help to make the trustees, as is the Shake- in T4 raised u her voice to ex-
wera sled into believing market address as reported big decisions. Our Government ., x l i t-s ., ,l4am s .f Ier v;.' loesir'n
" tha. .!b...e .W. ite atp o inev cp.n- -- a to ehfe GidnVic wouldgo-and be.
the 'bible ofthe Govern- these proposals, but s a i d denec before federation. We are at Stratford-on-Avon (now reborn. The National Theatre would
meaits of the respective is- t h a t three islands had re- irrevocably opposed to this. We the Royal S h a k e s peare rise, a Phoenix and from the
lands. For did they all not servations on the m. Yet demand a referendum on the issue Theatre, w i t h a daughter ashes like a Phoenix would arise-
force the resolution of ac- the Colonial Office says it le ec We det playhouse in L n d n). the NationalTheatre: "Weve wat-
ceptance of the White Paper was unanimous. Now the Minister to prove that his is not Snce the War, they have the last country in Europe-d nowe've
through their respective legis- C. 0. does not have to merely giving lip s e r v i c e to not had to rely o n I y on tot one." she said. Nor was
latures on party lines "rather "play politics" on the issue, democracy. private generosity and the Lln 8,vtiss. who had founned
than allow a fee, conscience Further, if our C h i e f money paid by their audi the Old Vic in the form we have
vote? Read iom the Hans- Minister was opposed to the ences. Bri t a i n's Arts all knicwn it- and the Sadhers
yards of the debates in the '-unanimous" s t a t e m e n t Unusual Settlers Council distributes e v ee .r c .W ,pr t ofro arionalhe
Legislatures, in no island, handed to Nigel Fisher, we year grants to many artistic Theatre. Now, under its first dir-
certainly not in Dominica, would have felt proud of The Tolstov Foundation of ventures, from the O p e r a t,,,. Sir T..w,.-ne Oi;vle'. it
does there exist any statement him if the self-styled "little Y.N. heade I by Miss Alex- House down to small pro- would o forward to the heights,
to prepare the people for rebel" had there and then andra Tolstoy daughter of vincial repertory companies vartiinlariv when added to his tal-
what has been so autocrati dissociated himself cateori- Leo Tolstoy, has undertaken (groups of actors who put ents on the stage the Theatre had
what 11 as A be.AeA so r diss e h elf categori- the sponsorship of ihe settle- on dozens of different plas Lord Chando. ex-Cabinet Minis-
cally decided at the infamous call frow these inane pro- ment of the Old Believer's each year anst theirtheatres). and one o circles as Chairul
"Sherbourne" Conference in posals. This hero worship group in the United States. But yeartists in allt r theatre d sfi ofre man thncal circles as Chair
Barbados. or "yes-man" posture of in- Their transportation from the But arts i f e s o man o
The omission of the Op- eptitude towards B a r r o w U.S.S R. is being arranged by creative e n d e a v o u r A cmoet'n to find the rieht
positions ,at this penultimate does not speak well for our the Intergovernmental Com- music, printing, sculpture as well as architect has nw beaur. Arhtrects
conference when the Op or any other Chief Minister. mittee for European Migra- and again that the money doled out nave ',"n injerat: sub. Theitard
positions, according to the We must show some back- tion. is not enough. twi o th-n mt ner ,' 1i.t t d;-o
White Paper, w e r e to be bone and principle and stand The Old Believers sect split Music, though it has its diffi vhn. The Na tonal Theatre will be
represented at the ultimate up for w h a t we think is away from the Russian Or- cultles, is enormously helped -out by a "comWle". i.e. noa iust one
conference, now seems to right. thodox Church in the 17th the B B C., and it is the 'non-com- theatre, butr lwo ,erhNos on onera
have been calculated to hide Century in a dispute over the mercial' theatre that has been clam- hu ne, and one or two m,11l tutres
the personal obectives and We of the D. U. P. P are manner in which rites of the outing for the state to do more dir- hes;des. Set b,.e;dthenval Westival
persona ujectivesr an unalterably opposed to the order of Church were conducted. ectly for the stage. Private backCrs n1tall and the National FOlm Theatre,
aims of Eastern Caribbean these proposals. Is it to be inde- ThOldBelievers forexcannot take the risk of experimental t i he an amzn cone.nt;on
leaders behind a curtain of pendence for each island or for the The Old Believers, for ex- productions, or pay for the lavish- of auditoria ;in one nlace. The sit--
deception and intrigue. group? If for the group, must there ample, cross themselves with ness that a good production must new dominated hv the monumental
As it is, we have only the not be persons mandated to run the two fingers rather the three. sometimes entail. tombstone of the shell Conmanyv
S e ae affairs of this new creature? Has This is a very strict sect. They Finally, a sympathetic Chancellor headinarters pr-sents certain "ai-
fact ofthe statement issued Mr. LeBlanc gone fully into the do not smoke or drink, and, of the Exchequer was found. Be- ffirties and rhA.l!tenes. ;rtan's
by t1 Clonial Office- implcatioins of independence? Is still wear the farm dress of fore he was sacked in last year's architects will, it is honed he allowed
issued true and understand hi not 'aware that the cost of 17th Century Russia. Great Purge (when Mr. Macmillan a free ren' to their im- eint;on by
ably aough without' 'deration will impose hardships of dismissed one third of his Cabinet) thq Comm'e,. Aa German att
suitg our leaders ew taxation great enough but far Mr. Selwyn Lloyd seen to it that cric nce called archtepre fmzen
the Chisf Minister s than would independence Is Advertise In :he money that the Arts Council music" that of the Ntt;inal
LeBlanc i hit he not aware that we can be per- U was given to promote culture was Theatr should exres the poetry
LeBlanc, -o *hihh to emitted to take advantage of nearly The HIRALD quite considerably increased, and ofth world's greatest dramatist.


effective place in society a man afflic-
ed w'th disease or ma nutrrn~n,
barely ploughed up by a bit of
elementary schooling and hIviirg nr-

Men miter more than money. training in any trade. The proverbs
Such a statement mist make the and sayings of all countries like the
reader smile. But, as Mr. Alfred bibical one, about a time for sow-
Sauvy says in a noteworthy book: ing and a time for rcapi ig," prove
"Apparent over-population in the again their original truth in this
under-developed countries gives an case. If therefore the d c s i r e d
impress on of super-abundance of "reaping" is economic d:velhpment,
men But it is, of course, of tquali- what shall the "sowing" consist of
field mnen that we should talk, If where the men are concerned who
people have no work it is because must administer and fruitify the
they do not know how to work to nation's physical capital, meaning
good purpcse-- to tame nature, to the fields to be cultiated, the dams,
fashion what she produces." Ac- the roads, the industries of every sort
cording to Mr. Sauvy, an optical to be built and kept going? What
illusion'' makes people put physical provision ha: tomorrow', society
capital ahead of other factors, and made for the education of these menw
he adds: "What does a country. a -From "Social Weliare," India
government need? Money of course.
But that is a mistaken view where
nations are concerned. All experi Success Beats
ence, everything that has happened
since the great world crisis began, Y W
has shown the superiority of hu-
marn over physical resources." I during a friendly Domino
To drive this point home he observes Match played at th- Beac.>
that, "A skilled worker i s Ciub Fond Cole on Sunday
assisted by several labourers So long 23rd June, 1963 between the
as they continue to work harm- Success Domino Club and
oniously together, they a r e re the Y.C.W. Domino Club
solutely productive. Take away the Y.C.W. Club was badly
the labourers, the s k i 1 I e d man beaten by a total of 877
will not make the fullest use af his points. The scores were as
ability; his efficiency will be reduc- follows:- Success, captained
ed; but he will go on working.
'fake away the skilled man, and by P. Seraphin 2011 points,
you havefive unemployed labourers." and Y.C.W. captain by B.
Building Humin Capital Moses, 1134, points
Sa man f his The highest scoring part-
For the training of a man for his ners for Succss were A
function as producer in society pro- Faustio and D. lanville
portionate to his capacity is a long Faustin" .
and continuous ocess, of which who scored 1518 points and
no singe stage ma -l-1i Tectear-for Y C.W J __Etiennae and
If there is neglect the nation that S. Joseph who scored 485
tolerates it lays itself open to the pay- points (Contr.)
ment of a heavy penalty in the fut-
ure, as is the case with all economi-'
cally under-developed countries. In
deed, while a five-year plan may at
a pinch do well for laying down a Enah o's Trial
network of communications or irri- Enahoro's Trial
nation canals, it needs no less than
fiiemn years of intelligent, coordin- LAGOS, NIGERIA June 29, CP:-
ated and uninterrupted effort to pro- Chief Anthony Enahoro, opposition
duce a fully-developed, capable man party deputy leader whose extradition
No technical assistance possesses the from Britain last month caused a po-
secret otfthe recipe for shortening or litical storm there, went on trial to-
hurrying the process, or the magic day on three charges involving trea"
wand which could by the power of son.
Its touch fit into his proper and
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Available at Dupigny's, Edwards, U. ti. rnlllmp, .., uU.sn illi~n gru.
l fr m ase psychiatric treatment. In current service between Maritime- Prv-
Profumo Case Soviet parlance this means he is in incest of Canada and the West
pr Onb *l0". Indies. The Commission, which
opy LOses held its annual meeting here on
TheC Lo T A Direct Flights Fridav, a ed to ask TCA to
TheLondon Daily Telegrap establish a r service after deci-
says that Captain Yevgeny Ivinov Wanted ding it wo haveta favourable
of the Profumo case has been expel- effect on tr i. between he two
led from the Soviet Communist areas. Ci nt-air service eq-
Party and dismissed from the Soviet HALIFAX, June 21, CP:-The Ma- uires an nighth' stopo,,e in
.... ... .. .. riiimes Transportation Commis- Toronto or New York%

Military Intelligence Urganization,
It is a being said he is undergoing

sion says it will urge Trans-Can-
ada Air Lines to establish direc.




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S. Iow lorm another mCenta picture just alout ute same urni, ,utcy
S $2 ' A sail ship is pitching across the heavy seas in the Atlantic Ocean,
'She is loaded up to her watermark with preciouscargo- black cage
EZot I crowns ,with yoUr friendS to get th i well packed and chained together, to be soldto planters in the WestIni .
. and In the Southern States of North America alittlewhile befre thesepeo-
1 t '"'. '' e were fie, living with thr tribes in native Africa. Then they were cap-
SO ,, -. ured and put on' board a ship. Soon they will be sold as cattle or horses
S '' '' .'' -.' and st to working the sugar-cane and cotton fields. .
S' '. Four year 'later in S wse Wih''-r iron yeas4..
Europe with his mother and sst accompanied b a Minste, he Revd

SOUr U uw though his charm of manner and wit never hged .
; . The first public sign of the.new Wilbt rce came inr786s-when
S" .. .he introduced a bil in Parlament so change criminal law. In those
S., days a man could be hanged for stealing. Then he trn his attention "to
slavery. He was not the originator of the,agitation for the abolition do

.l "'O-Tl "R S Langton had taken up the question before him but he was well fitted to
become its leader. John Wesley in 1791, sent him a message on his death
ed begging him to persevere.
S(DOM IN The bill for the abolition of the Slave Trade was thrown out
(DOMINI A of PatLament on more than one occasion but Wilberforce persevered.
In 1797 he married Barbara Spooner. He was a great helper of
ithe poor. In one year he spent 3,ooo more than his income, on
[ charity and charitable institutions.
SL d In 1804 Wilberforce made another attempt to end the Slave Trade
i 11_. ,1*_ h *but the planters who owned estates in the West Indies fought him tooth
only came in when they learnt of the and nail.
Bob R-w- S C. 11_1_3.-- anIal

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Recently the netball aut
orities in Trinidad con
plained most vehemently th
both officials accompanyir
the Trinidad Netball teai
to England were from Nor
Trinidad. Tempers ran'
high, that it was suggest
in some quarters that itE
Southern Netball Leagt
withdraw their represent
tives -fom the team.
This controversy o
such a small matter h
me ;idiiiongi e 'e
Indies NetbalI team:
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visit ot the bngland team last year.
Had they not participated in the
Tournament, the English team
would not have visited Barbados.
These late comers, who before 1962

But by 1807 public opinion had changed and the bill was passed in
Parliament 283 votes to 16. Wilberforce then became a national hero.
Then he turned his attention to the emancipation of all slaves. His
previous work as you will notice was only concerned with abolishing the

Trinidad and Jamaica who had contributed nothing to Wes blave 'rade. In 1833, July, the Slaves Emaucipaton Bilwas passed.
are sending their own teams) Indies netball, now have four player By then illness had caused him to retire from public ife. In the same month
- is also due to leave for En- and one official on the team. ofJuly833, he pasted away. The bil became law in Angust 833
S aoI am not for one moment suggest. He is buried in Westminster Abbey.
gland soon, without a repre- ing that our girls are better players Cherio till next week.
atsentative from this island. than the Barbadians, but surely aLove from Auntie Fran
g s As far as the public is con- place could have been found for it QUESTIONS:-
m cerned, the authorities here least one of our girls, ifD A. S. A. Please read lesson xxv from Caribbean Reader Book v.
h have taken it"lying down. had sent an experienced individual i. In which island of the West Indies are Birds of Paradise founds
si Dominica han represent > n a ti The Dom- a. Where is Cool ge Airporte
Dominica has een an actnica team was ot by any means th ,,
ed been "nica team was not by any means t 3. 'The Old Lady of, hreadneedle Street" is a familiar niin.ame for
ive, Ir of the W CSt worst in he last tournament. As I wha
e Indies Netball Association see it, all the other islands seems to .... - -... .
Sfor, nearly ten years; our girls benefit from their experiences of the NAME - -- -
a have steadily improved their England tour except Dominica, and SCHOOL ----
standard .f play with the o add insult to injury, D. A. S A. 0._ __
years, and above all they are nbee asked, and has agreed to uperstitions nOur Midst By Gordon Part III: (Goatinued From Page 3)
years,are contribute to the tour. As far' as ...
Sextremely keen to learn. we are Cono'rned q. A. S A. have Should he or she perform it well at a command the beast supplies' what-
S On the other hand, Barbados has failed to lodge a strong protest to the ever its master desies, be it power love or riches. I sometimes wonder
s remained'aloof over the years, and W. I. Netball Authorities and have whom should I call the master the owner, the little' dev or' both.

,.......-~, ..,,.--.--..- ..,, .,,....i.......--.'-"***** been do.vnright chicken hearted.vr won the toss and were off to a bad
CS A V E his affair. start. Richardson' was bowled by
Held stronger cla ms to nfficialdom before he had scored Dexter joined
OM=l I y ,tnaan any Barbadian. Ho ever, we Stewart. and just when England
'MO N I E Y can't be surprised at such treatment seemed to be consolidating, Dexter
when the same has been me ei out was bowled by Sobers for 29. .At
by D A. S, A. to cricketers from Lunch Englaud were 83 for 'hav-
wn the sum shown the country districts year after year. ing lost Barrington who was bowled
browns plus t e sum s OW Cricket by Sobers jnst before the interval.
SThe third Test Match between immediately after lunch. Stewart was
PAIL . . P $0.80 England and the West Indies started eg before Sobers for 39 and Sharper
SA ....... on Thursday Birmingham. England playing in his first Test, waq cavght
20O BOX. .. . $1.00 made their changes, Sha per, lock off Gibbs for 23. At tea England
06 BOWL....... $1.50 and Richardson replacing All.n, were 157 for 5.
SBOWL . . . . $10 I Edzich and the injured Cowdray. There was no further play after
5 CANNISTER SET. $2.55 West Indies made only one change tea, play having been abandoned
bringing back Carew for Mc Morris. due to rain.
England batted first after having
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S crown has a picture so de andyour Livesofgreat men allremindus
Sbuy a We can make our lives sublime.
6 you buy a JU- a id departing leave behind us.
Foot prints on the sands of time Longfellow
Dear Girls &'Boy;- Today we shall form a mental p'cure of a very popu
lar young Eng ,a iman in the year 1780, He is twentyone years old and
has just comply t-d his studies at Cambridge University where he did
very well in his classical examinations, He comes from a rich family but
.. .. . i r 4t i. U. ant alhe decided to sell the business and became a politician. He enters Par-
ust have the picture of the item yoU Wam aliament and is received in London with open arms. He becomes the
Gket ncollct 9 Crowns with a picture of friend of the great William Pitt, all famous clubs open their doors to him
't coUlIIec 3C UIUWils wltll h a ictUlr e l 1 He has great charm of manner and is very witty; this has made him
very popular in all circles. This yoang man is William Wilberfirce.
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