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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: September 14, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: Dominica
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1955? Cf. caption.
General Note: Editor, <1963-1964>: Phyllis Shand Allfrey.
General Note: "For the General Welfare of the People of Dominica, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole."
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 12, 1963; title from caption.
General Note: Last issue consulted: December 31, 1964.
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(For the Gen.ra l Welfare of the People of Dominica, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a wn le
ESTABLISHED 1955 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER Xt, 1963 PRICE IOc

U.N. AIDS LANDS IN FEDERAL TROUBLE

Kennedy To Address United Nations Churchill's 55th It's Going To Be Geests
THIS WEEK IN WIDELY separated parts of the world, Wedding Banana Research In St. Lucia Planned
Sthe United Nations, under the wise guidance of Sec, AnniversarV T
retary-General U Thant,has completed missions and issued The'first meeting of WINBAN (the Windward Islands
statements which will help to settle the federal future of one Sir Winston Churchill Banana Growers Association) since a delegation went to
group of states (Malaysia), has advised "go slow" on the and his wife Clementine ce/ England, concluded a week ago in Grenada. In a release,
independence of defederated Dan that th subject was lebrated their fifty-fifth wed- the Association makes it quite cleat that neither wINBAN
S odesa and hs feraenkly no thin the subjcmpetencet was ding anniversary on Thurs, not any of the Island Associations have any intention of
condemned the undemocratic the U. N., the Securie day September 12 quietly at contracting with any other firm but Geest Industries in the
condition o f Viet Nam. Council this week resolved their London home. Their future, and the next meeting in October is scheduled to
Coming so soon after U.N. that Britain be asked not to only son, Ran take place to discuss the terms of the contract when Mr.
condemnation of Portugal for grant full independence to dolphsaid thatvan Gestwill be the area.
colonialiagrant full independence tod
colonialism in Africa, this Southern Rhodesia unt il there were no di WINBAN (an advisory body to the Island Associations)
shows the vital interest of the such time as the African special celebra- has enlisted the help of the Department of Technical Co,
U.N. that the ordinary peo, population are granted full tions but "all operation who, it is hoped, will help both in the provision
pie of these far-flung lands rights and electoral franchise. t h e children of a Marketing Sp:cialist and PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
are protected in their demo" Britain vetoed the resolution. sent them con, in the settin- up of a Research CONGRAULATIONS to K. Leaham
cratic rights. The motion, instigated by gratulatory te- Station on Banana Produc/Ag. Head DeThAs Govt. School fr
Green Light For Ghana, reflects the fears legrams: when tion and Handling Methods getting a double for the school for
Malaysia Federation of the Afro/Asian bloc that they celebrate their SIXTY, in St. Lucia. Geest Indus, best yeah work J.B. Charles
The U.N mission which an independent S. Rhodesia ETH ANNIVERSARY there will tries have also offered to con, Trophy and Didier Award MORRIS
h wiioin up as a white, be a whopping big celebra- tibow, substanti to the Chal adc aj
,ZlI r ; 7- n nominated7 country wit h n cost ofstaffingana operating sday for Trinity College, Oxford -
Co d Comnssion n South Africa, building up the Co in Ko the centre. Administiartn Course* PHYLLIS
veigate public opinion militia ry street (which the C Viet Kog In view of the government Robinson, ballet dancer and French
Sarawak and North Borneo (8 gu las were recently at resent bein held husband Jean Lacade with baby
(now called Sabah) as to their is even now not inconsidera, killed in monsoon-flooded inquy a present beianana daughter here for a holiday *ADith baby
desire o oin he drto 5e daughter here for a holiday *CADET
desire to join the Federation order to attack newlyricefelds)nto St. Lieut. S.P. Richards new C.O. of
-, I freed African states. Since Presidn de Galle s Industry it was decided to DGS cadets LIPSON LeBlanc &
of Malaysia, has now reported the recent dissolution of the es the govern t's au appoint a representative to Osborne Theodore leave for six
that more than 90%o of tne CentralAfrican Federation iporsig maovertnmn act cooperate and assi t h e weeks course in Barbados in Public
peopleofmSabahtareafor Fed in im poti la alw nd coo'th
people of Sab are for ed "Norher n mposng marital law and Commission of I n q i r. Health work HANDICRAFT special,
eration and that the recent Nyasdand a d Nohe s reported to be playing an o f a re Is L.C.H. Griffith now no way
, Rhodesia have had dates The appointment of a repre o
election fought on universal antiAmerican role. Politi h from UK to betemp. Supervisor
f a fixed f o r independence c observes say that the seative to match WINBAN Technical Wing TOMBOYAS, TOM
its main issue the question f Southern Rhodesia reverts to Chiefr of Ser P e interests in England was also & PAM ofKenyas KANU twins
is main issue the question of o constitution er e o agreed in principle. last month BARCLAY'S Lester
Federation. At the fi r st its 30 o earold constitution D'nh Ni u is the real boss ofi i Johnson lfi for UK leave Tuesday
meeting of the Council Negri of full internal self/govern/ S. Viet Nim; he is brother POLITICIAN Vanoulst Jno Charles
(Legco) a proFederation ment, including deience, but inplaw to P'esident Ngo lost his car by Layou tarrsh pit in a
Motion wasprassed by 38 to 5. has not yet been promised Dem. petrol fire* POLICECHIEF Cousins
Moon was passed by 38 t 5 independence iemBrother hops back from leave STAFFORD Shill
With U Thant's blessing, M g Three-cornered Struggle ingford, Gerard Winston &A. Boyd
celebrations for the inaugura- UThant Condemns Ngo Diem Thre-cornered Struggle Brother back from w N meetingMond*
tion of the new independent In a forthright statem-nt The struggle is 1lar gel y WELCOME to Canadian WHS teachers
Commonwealth country of issued Thu-sday, Secretary, between Buddh;s's and Rom/ Vernon St. Jean of Trafalgar Suzanne Wise, B.A. (Humanitites)
Malaysia on Monday Septem, General U Thanc said that an Catholic;; plus a national decided to get up early in the morn, and Rosale Watkins(Science).
ber 16 can proceed in confi- the situation in South Viet fight against Communists. ing and sweep the floor of a room.
dence that the will of the peo/ Nam was going from bad to The army is divided reli, Unfortunately his brother Joseph Opening Of New Gram-
ple is being expressed, despite worse, that t h e essential giously and there have been was exep option to sh pr, mar School
the grumbling of Indonesia elements of democracy are minor skirmishes between mature action. Springing up from The formal peing of the New
and the Phillipines. Malay, lacking, since no constitu, sectarian army groups: stu/ his slumber, he rushed for a cut, Dominica Grammar School build-
sia, Singapore, Sarawak and tional change is possible, and dent demonstrations against lass and dealt his brother (who held ing by Mrs. E.O. LeBlanc will take
Sabah will say on Monday that force is the only criterion repression of the Buddhist the broom) slashes on the head. place on Thursday next, the i9th
"all a we is one" in that unhappy country. monks were broken up andVernon wa taken to PrincessMar S:ptembe at 4.00 p..,to which
garet Hospital where he was attend- the general public are cordially
To West Indians, the inter, The occasion was the appeal repressed with the utmost ed to and discharged. The police le invited.
vention (by request) of the by the AfroAsian bloc to brutality and a British photo, are making enquiries. Highlight of the programme will
U.N. over Malaysian federal U. N. to consider the repres, grapher arrested for trying to be a feature address by the Honour-
problems is a most interesting sion of the Buddhists. take photographs. Another Casualty able Cameron Tudor, Barbados
development, which may give In the face of a strongly- President Kennedy has Shortly before the Trafalgar w me du ton ches
Shortly before the Trafalgar will be made by the Hor4 Chief
our local politicians food for worded U. S. Senate resolu, announced that he will attend chopping Augustus Peaupean Minister and the Honourable Minis-
thought. tion calling for withdrawal the meeting of the U. N. of Morne Prosper was reported in- ter for Labour and Social Seivices.
of U. S. personnel a n d General Assembly in person jured and virtually marooned on The Administrator, Col. Alkc
S. Rhodesia Britain financial aid to S. Viet Nam, at the end of the month. those heights, since no hospital am, Lovelace will present a coat of arms
Uses VetKennedy stated that aid will The British delegation will bulance was running. Peaupeau of the territory to the Headmaster,
Uses e To Kennedy stated that ad wl Th Btish deleg w eventually reached P.M.H. through The Dominmca Grammar School
Despite objections by UK continue in order to suppress be led by Foreign Secretary his own efforts and wasstitchedup Cadet Corps will mount a Guard
representative S ir Patrick (Cont. foot next column) Lord Home. and discharged, of Honour for the occasion. (GIS)









RALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963


PAGE TWO DOMINICA HEI


OBITUARY

MRS. VEtONICA DUCREA Y
We announce with regret the death of Mrs. Veronica Ducreay, of Weirs,
Marigot, on August 23 after a ten-month illness (cancer) at the age of 41.
Of a friendly and quiet disposition, she joined the Reformed Methodist
Church (now the Christian Union Mission) when she married Mr. Jarvis
Ducreay.
Though in great pain she gave a ,religious testimony to her loved ones
and friends around her, just before she died, z-citing the following verses:
Strangers and pilgrims here below
This earth, we know, is not our place:
But hasten through the vale of woe,
And, restless to behold Thy face,
Swift to our heavenly country move,
Our everlastng borne above.
We bave 'no abiding city here,
But seek a city out of sight
Thither our steady course we steer
Aspiring to the plains of light,
Jerusalem the saints' abode,
Whose founder is the living God.
Patient the appointed race to run,
This weary world we cast behind;
From strength to strength we travel en,
The new Jerusalem to find:
Our labour this, our only aim,
To find the new Jerusalem.
She then appeared to have lost consciousness, but rallied and said:
"I've Canaan goodly land in view, and realms of endless day there is no
sickness. there .... no pain there .... no night there.... and then
she died.
SThe funeral service was conducted by Rev. Lindsey at the C.U.M.
Church in .Marigot. The large crowds attending gave evidence of the res,
pect in which Mrs. Ducreay was held in the community.
She:lJeves to mourn her departure her husband and two children -
one Francis William being in England, the other, Kareen, attending the
Convent High School--two sisters and a niece.

CARD OF TiANKS
Mrs. Veronica Ducreay
Mr. Jarvis Ducreay, family and friends wish to thank all
thoue who sent condolences and gave their Sympathy in their
recent bereavement of Mrs. Veronica Ducreay, Organist and Sunday
School Teacher of the Christian Union Mission Church, Marigot.
rln- -a-- l 51 I m
Cricket In West Indian Culture
By C, L. R. James
(From The "New Society")
Reprinted From The Barbados Beacon
(Concluded from last week)/


Cricket will remain good
when Worrell is using his
own time and his own petrol
to run students to a sports
field that, in his young days,
he'd have walked to without
a thought. But will it ever
be so good again?
No appointment in the
West Indies was ever so
universally and warmly ap,
proved as that of Frank
Worrell as Captain.'
West Indians crowding
to Tests bring with them the
whole past history and future
hopes of the islands. In
Worrell, the last of the W's,
they have been presecondary
schools in.the larger territories
and their social influence
*went far beyond their actual
numbers.
SAt these schools for many.
years there were some two
hundred boys, children of


Englishmen and local whites,
many sons of the brown
skinned middle c 1 a s s,
Chinese, Indians, and black
boys, often poor, who had
won some of the very few
scholarships to these schools,
and others, not too many,
whose parents could afford
it. These Oxford and Cam/
bridge men taught us Latin
and Greek, mathematics and
English literature. But they
also taught, rather diffused,
what I can only call the Bri,
tish public school code.
The Code
The success of this code
inside the class room was
uncertain. In the playing.
fields, especially the cricket
field, it triumphed. Very
rapidly we learned to "play
with the team" which meant
subordinating your, personal


inclinations and even interests
to the good of the whole.
We kept a "stiff upper lip"
in that we did not complain
about ill fortune. We did
not denounce failures but
"well tried" or "hard luck"
came easily to our lips. We
were generous to opponents
and congratulated them on
victories, even when we knew
they did not deserve them.
We absorbed the same disci,
pline through the innuraera,
ble boys' books.
Generation after generation
of boys of the middle class
went through this training
and experience and took it
into the West Indian world
with them, the world of the
games they continued to play
and the world outside. The
masses of the people paid
little attention to this code
but they knew of it, and one
condition ofrisingato a higher
status in life was obedience
or at least obeisance to it,
Social Passions Expressed
To the degree that cricket
embodied a national consoli,
dation so much needed by
the islands, it could not fail
to express the growing con/
sciou-necss ofsoeinl different,
tiation. Though for a long
time in the West Indies the
value of the services and the
authority in cricket of men
like H. B. G. Austin was
unquestioned, cricket was a
field where the social passions
of the colonials, suppressed
politically, found vigorous if
diluted expression. On the
cricket field all men whatever
their colour or status were
theoretically equal. Clubs
of the lower middle class or
black men who achieved
international status were pas/
s:onately supported by the
mass of the population, and
in return this section seemed
to play with an energy and
fire which indicated that they
were moved by the sense of
being representative which
circumstances h a d thrust
upon them. Members of
various classes gave a normal
support to teams and players
of their own class, though
my personal experience is
that this sharp racial compe,
titiveness very rarely caused
any departure from the high
principles of cricket sports/
manship, and sharpened up
the game.


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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963


"'SO THEY SAY"-- "He Did It
BY BOB & RAY Himself"
by or Leeds Correspondent.
We always hive a hilarious time comparing "what it is" w th "what Dominican Wins World
it ought to be". And when we began reading the series of articles on the Dn W
economics of the 'Little Seven' as seen by Dr. Carleen O'Laughlin, we Prlz
burst out laughin' at O'Loughhn trying to write esoterically about a sub
ject as elusive as quick silver itself. There are a number of
Economists are a necessary species to keep fed and watered as by West Indian citizens i n
their unnatural talent for digging into little crevices fir usually useless in- Leeds, but recently I had the
formation we often do uncover some rather meaning trends that might have pleasure of interviewing one
escaped us. And that's about all the O'Loughlin report in really good man from Dominica wh
for: a trend. Compare it with the economic report on the same islands man rom Dominica whose
done in 1947 by the University of Indiana (USA) and you will have the there( ,ear .tay in England
basis for a comparative growth picture. There is another in-depth study might be described as a col,
done in 1930. lector's a c t i v i t y. This
Ther is one basic fault we find with most economists... they don't gentleman, Mr. V i v i a n
understand economics. We realize this is a play on the the word and that rell,n unpaid leave of
is the point: the title 'Economist" means that the person carrying the G n u
title should know something more than average about the economy. Y-t absence from some official
it is this every economy that seems so much maligned by the economist's job in his native island, is a
report. collector of diplomas and
Let us clarify this by stating a sentence in the O'Loughlin report: examination r e s u t s. To
"One of the most important natural assets is the forests of Dominica... ivethe whole list would
-hoped to be methodically exploited in the future..." You see what w e
meant The Economist sees our forests and he (or she) thinks of them as take up too much room in
assets. It never occurs to these learned professors and scholastic egg-heads your paper, and look some-
that the reason the forests are still there is because man is, temporarily at what tedious i n p r i n't.
least, stumped at how to convert the timber into cash. Until such time What is not so tedious is the
as the price of timber is about double what it is now, Dominican timber adventurous application with
wilrremam as "scenery" and not an exploitable commodity. The steady
flow of millions of huge trees has fooled more than one Economist to view which these qualifications
Dominica. But seldom if ever has one of these Economists ever tried to have been acquired by Mr.
crawl over a half-acre of this "timber-land". It is doubtful if more con- Grell. He has set us an
vulsed, twisted, gouged, or tortuous terrain ever existed and the mere fact example of tenacity and
that thr:e-fourths of Dominica is still blessed wnh her timber is prcof that endurance over here and we
beneath those towering tre-trunks are deep. deep and dark ravines-just are sorr o eh .
waiting to swallow up puny man and his punier machinery. are sorry to see hm go
f we knew there was one hundred billion dollars in gold (stacked Grell has been elected a
and in brassbound boxes), just below the 2,000 fobt level of Diab otin, Fellow both of the Royal
the economist would call this an asset. The fact that you could never Society of Arts and of the
pay the people to dig it out wouldn't enter into it at all (that's called Royal Economic Society,
"economics"). See what wemean__ twoV ntary-_ _arneaio_
Many of us have heardof Erskine Ward of Barbados, We are two v -l-ntaru-i eae- a~o-
going to hear much more both from and about Mr. Ward as the weeks ciations. He is a student
pass. But one of the things Mr. Ward said to the Barbados Legis, member of the Institute of
lative Council'last week was: Barbados Government is responsible to the Linguists (after a course in
people of Barbados (a novel idea!), hence the decision at Sherbourne for French), a member of the
a federation which will be independent and fully supported financially by Royal Institute of Public
the British Government from the beginning. Now, we ask you, do YOU
believe in Santa Clause Mr. Ward does. He wants (i) independence Administration, a committee
(2) free of charge. Let England pay the bills, he says, whi e we are member of the North Leeds
completely independent to rule ourselves! Remember: this is a giuwn man Blanch of the U n i te d
who is saying these things... and thousands of West Indians are agreeing Nations Association, mem/
with this idiot, without thinking it through to the conclusion. Its proba' ber of both the Leeds College
bly just the politician in-Mr. Ward that makes him sound like he really of Commerce St u d e n t s
believes in Santa Claus. of Commerce S
If you had a son or a daughter and they wanted to get married and Union and the West Indian
set up an "independent" household, it is doubtful if you would "fully Students U n i o n, Hon.
support financially" the newlyweds. Oh, sure, give them a generous Treasurer of the West York,
"weddinggift" cheque but not a cent more! Can you imagine what shire Branch of the Chartered
parties re would be if they knew they were "fully financed" and new
cars. aridmore new clothes. and more holiday trips Yes, yes! Secretaries Students Society,
No, if people like Barbados Ward keep their childish voices raised Chairman of the W es t
in councils throughout the Litle Seven, screaming for the world with a Yorkshire Society of the
fence around it, it'll be another ten, twenty years befo-e anything remotely Institute of Book-keepers and
resembling an independent Federation can begin to develop. I he Ward- member of the local branches
type of politician is often offset by the Ernest Robinson-type of poll cian
who, while also addressing the Barbados Council last week, stated: Its of the Corporation o Secre.
not the fault of Barbados that the other units (of the proposed Seven) are aries Society, the Institute of
underdeveloped. And then he ended his little speech with his foot firmly Office Management and the
planted in his own mouth! So they say! Workers Educational, Asso,
c-- elation. He also won the
POETS CORNER open world competitive prize
DOsponsored by the Institute of
DOMINICA Bookkeepers for .his thesis
Oh holy Sunday's child, ton "Economic Considera-
With mountains high and rivers wide, tons in Population Problems
Let children wash away your fears. The letters after Vivian
Grell's name read M.,I. o.
Oh holy Sunday's bride, M. (Dip.); F. F. C. s.; F. B.
Let soaring waters be your smile, s. c.; F. c. B. I.;. F. R. S. A;
With showers to perfuse your chimes. F. R. Bcon. s. Interpreted
for the enquiring mind these
Oh holy Sunday's trust, mean that he qualified in the
Where nature's fire distils the soul, diploma finals of the Insti-
Break through the dim and make us bold. tute of Office Management,
JOHN THOMAS as Certified Secretary with


the Corporation of Secreta,
ries, as Corporate Secretary
(and as a F low) cf the
Faculty of Secretaries, as an
inccrpo;ated Commer c i a 1
Consultant (and a Fellow)
of the British Society of
Commerce and lastly as a
Certified Book-keeper (and
a Fellow) of the Institute of
Book keepers.
The main subjects i n
which he was examined
were under the finals of the
Institute o f Compan y
Accountants and the Char/
tered Institute of Secretaries
for his professional qualifi,
cations; bit before taking
these he had to take GCE
advanced in British Consti,
tuition, Royal Society of Arts
(advanced) in English Lan,
guage, Economic and Social
History, Economies, Finance,
Comm e r c e (International
Trade) Commercial Law,
Company Law, General
Principles of English Law,
Public Administration (first
Class), and Central and
Local Government (fi r s t
class). After having all that
behind him he was able to
take the professional exams
which covered all the above


subjects plus Higher Business
Control, Cost Accounting,
Office Ma-.me and
4iEws etc. etc.
All this is a lot of work
to accomplish in less than
three years in a strange coun/
try but wait a moment,
this was done PART/TIME,
not with full-time tuition:
Vivian Grell had to work
and make a living wage
during the day: he just stu.
died at night and over the
week-end!
FRANK OLROYD

Liberal Views

The Liberal Party of
Great Britain, holding its
annual conference this week,
has come out in favour of
electoral reforms, abolition of
the House of Lords, and
resistance to secret decisions
by Ministers, "who are too
otten the prisoners of their
Civil Servants and experts."

Advertisers Are
Asked To Submit
Copy By Noon
On Wednesday
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-- i-!mtn-l prTme--Courtf *he Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands
Colony of Dominica


Between
Stephen Cadman Smith,
Manager & Attorney
Barclays Bank D.G.O,


and
Roxen Mac Dowell Robin

AUCTION NOTICE
ADJOURNED SALE


Plaintiff


Defendant


To be sold pursuant to an Order made by His Honour
Mr. Justice E.L, St. Bernard on the 21st day of February,
1963, in the Colony of Dominica in Suit No. 112 of 1962,
between Stephen Cadman Smith, Manager and Attorney of
Barclays Bank D.C.O. and Roxen Mac Dowell Robin; Upon the
Application of the above named Plaintiff for the sale of the
Defendant's land under Section 4 of the Judgements Act at
Public Auction by the Provost Marshal of Dominica, at the
Court House, Roseau, at 3.00 p.m. on Monday the 30th day
of September, 1963.
A lot of land situate at Wesley in the Parish of St.
Andrew in the Colony of Dominica containing 3223 square
feet and bounded as follows: On the North by land of Henry
Phillip, On the South by land of Christaline Jarviere, On the
West by Public Main Road, On the East by Public Road se,
parating it from land of Egbert Joseph recorded in Book ft
Deeds Z No. 7 folios 832-833.
Particulars and conditions of sale may be obtained
from Miss Vanya'Dupigny of Chambers, New Street, Roseau.
Dominica, the Solicitor having the carriage of the sale and
at the place of sale.
Dated the 9th day of August, 1963.
JOSEPH A. MARCANO
Registrar and Provost Marshall
Sept. 7--28


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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963


D MINIGCA HERALD
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SA IURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1943


TOO MUCH SECRECY


1S EVEN MINISTERS TALK IN SECRET"
S is the headline of a lead story from
the Barbados Advocate on the last Regi,
onal' Council of Ministers meeting in
Antigua.
We would refer our readers to a state,
meant by the Liberal Party of Great Bri,
tain reported on page 3. May we also point
out that the Regional Council of Minis,
tets is not a constitutional council with
federal governmental powers, nor has it
any mandate from its unit electorates,
since the elections of the various members
of this secretive body took place during the
lifetime of the Old Federation, without
any reference to an Eastern Caribbean
grouping.


We have'seen little evidence that any
delegates to this seventh Regional Council
of Seven have taken into account any
representations other than those of their own
ruling Parties. They have not kept the
public informed, and at each successive
meeting they have given out less and less
information, and that always in arrears.
The people MUST KNOW what decis/
ions are being made in their name, in de,
tail and quickly; moreover, they should
be given an immediate opportunity to
express (through public meetings and
local organizations) either confirmation,
amendment or disapproval. It is theit
right.


When Lord Hailes was' Governor,
General of the Federal West Indies, he
and his wife (two of the most hospitable
people alive) were made lavishly, welcome
wherever they passed in these islands;
indeed, some of those who surrounded
them behaved in a sycophantic manner.
When Sir Grantley and Lady Adams
came to Dominica for the first time, they
were cordoned off by possessive proud
characters. Nowadays, some of the very
people who crowded around those per,
sonalities appear to have forgotten their
earlier emotions and behaviour, and even
deny past manifestations of friendship.
For some months before her departure,
Lady Hailes gave exhaustive and loving
attention to a plan for helping the more
unfortunate young of the West Indies.
She founded a Youth Trust Fund and
attracted offers of support not only from
England but from Canada and the Com,
mbnwealth. Broad in its scope and vision,
the West Indies Youth Trust Fund was
intended to help not only infants and very
small children (such as those who have
been the subject of last week's health and
nutrition conference here) but school,
children and teenagers who desperately
need nourishment nnjt only for the body
but for the mind.
It was hardly to be expected that Jama,
ica and Trinidad would have stood by the
Youth Trust Fund ardently after their
Government moved out of the Federation,
although some generous-hearted Trinida-
dians remained firm; but there was some
hope that the small islands would see in
the principles of Lady Hailes' great idea
something to build upon for the future-
something to be clung to at all costs.
Are we so sometimeish after all, we
West Indians? From the start, the


Youth Trust Fund in Dominica was little
favoured by the very people who could
have helped it most. Dominica's Local
Charities Committee preferred its ancient
autonomy and interests. A local Youth
Trust Committee was belatedly set up-
after Lady Hailes had gone back to Britain
- but the work and the impetus were
left to a few already overworked persons.
Probably the lack of a firm project for
Dominica was one source of dwindling
interest in this excellent cause, which had
the advantage of being nonsectarian and
non-sectional. Be that as it may, aside
from a successful though thinly attended
Youth Trust ball, a concert provided by
gallant Martiniquans and the individual
contributions of some good-hearted sup,
porters, the Youth Trust campaign in
Dominica has come up against too many
obstacles of apathy or even obstruction to
be healthy. Meanwhile it is recognized
that a serious predicament faces hundreds
of neglected or disadvantaged adolescents.
The row over "Sparrow village" only
served to underline this: but what alterna,
tive has been suggested? We would pro,
pose co,/odinating the activities of all who
are prepared to serve and to rescue neglected
youth.
It should no longer be a secret that the
overhead cost of maintaining Youth
Trust headquarters in Port of Spain was
too heavy to be supported after the richer
islands became uninterested. Everything
is now run on a voluntary basis. Indeed,
the fate of the W. I. Youth Trust Fund as
an organised overall project hangs in the
balance. This is depressing; but the fact
should spur those in Dominica who care
for the citizens of the future to some kind
of concerted effort. Everybody who is
concerned about the fate of ill-housed and


illguided youth should rise to the defence of a worthwhile
youth project, be it local or regional.
We are glad that the British "Save the Children
Fund" is interested in the plight of our malnourished
children. But we mu3t do something on another level
for ourselves. And as we reflect on this, let us pay due
tribute to Lady Hailes, whose hope, trust and expectations
have received so many dashing setbacks, but whose
loving/kindness is still a great example.

People's Post

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Congratulations

Madam,
Please permit me space in your
columns to express the deep grati-
tude of the Guild of Undergradu,
ates, U.W.I. towards the Govern,
ment and people of Dominica for the
kindest and hospitality shown to our
two student groups which visited
your island this summer.
We have returned to campus the
richer fur the experience of new
friendships formed, new places
known, people and problems under-
stood.
In the hope of a long, close, and
fruitful association between the
students of this university and the
people of Dominica. ....
I am,
Respectfully,
FRAiK WATTY,
(Chairman, External Affairs Com-
" ^minssion, a i r
Students' Union, U.W.I.)


More Profit
Margin
Sir,
I think I know who Bob and
Ray (So They Say) are. I admire
them for their courage. I would
like to say that if we had about
twenty people like Bob and Ray
here, sooner or later Uncle Sam
would be in Dominica to protect
American investment here.
If one looks carefully one will see
that the few prosperous people
here all go in for shops: nobody
goes in for animal rearing or fishing
-too much work and too little pro,
fit. Very few of us here will take
all that trouble. Buying f:ed at
$13.00ooand $5.50o a bag, taking
care of the animal and then to sell
it at the same price as a pound of
codfish is NO JOKE. I used to buy
pork in the U.K. at $1.5o per lb
and the feed cost there only 5o per
lb.
Please giva us a margin of profit
please; and we'll try our best.
CLYDE DAVID, Mahaut.

The Morne
Prosper Road
Dear Sir,
We are aware of the
general good done for our country
roads by Government; it should
Therefore be both ungrateful and un,
fair to insinuate lack of sympathy
for difficulties regarding transport
on some of these roads. It is fair to
say that attentions had been givan


DECLINE OF YOUTH TRUST HOPES


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PAGE FOUR


DOMINICA HERALD


to the repairing of the Morne Pros,
per Road, but I should wish to
draw the attention of the road aut-
horities to its present condition,
* which can only be described as very
Sbad for vehicular traffic: I refer part,
icularly to the first and last part of
the road.
It would be gratefully appre-
Scated if a visit was made by the
. Minister of Communication. and
Works. The road is not far from
the CoptHall bridge and goes right
up to the newly built Government
scheme.
We are confident that this letter
will be read by those responsible,
and that early attention will be given
to the road so that no chaffeur will
(as now) be afraid to risk his vehi-
cle for any form of transport for the
village.
Youth~ faithfully,
VILLAGER, Morne Prosper.

Sacnersi DIok A
Work
Sir, After several weeks of holi-
days the Primary Schools have re-
opened with some having new teac-
ers fresh from training. I hope they
will give to the children the best of
what the Universities gave unto them
in the field of Education.
Dominica today is not left out by
not having her teachers trained;
thanks to the Minister of Education
and the British Government which
has consented to enter those men
and women to be trained and return
home to work among us to make
education what it should be: thus
the Universities will always welcome
Dominicans, I wonder if the Edu-
cation Department have made the
right transfers with some of the
teachers? If not please do so, be-
cause it is not wise to send most of
them to remote places where they
will get despondent. If they get
discouraged what is going to hap-
pent Please send them to the right
places ifyou want them to do what
we expect of them.
Today the children need careful
handling, especially in some of the
places where there is more than one
school, and in Portsmouth I am
looking forward to seeing one of the
male teachers at work for the bene-
fit four children.
EMANUEL MARTIN, Portsmoth
Cont on page 7

FRENCH CLUB NOTICE
Monday, September, 23 at 6 p,m
is the date of the postponed An-
nual General Meeting of the Cer,
ce Francais. The meeting will be
held at ro Cork Street and all mem-
bers requested to attend. A further
reminder will be published









SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963


Rupert Lance,
Firs Victim

Something Must Be Done


(new to the West Indies) in an ef-
fort to reduce the slaughter and
heavy toll of injuries on the roads.
Heavy fines and disqualifications
do not seem to have much or ;:ny ef-
fict, he said, New drivers convicted
for these offences will, before sn-


Report On The International Feder-
ation Of Christian Trade Unions
ICFTU Statement
(Concluded from last week)


-4~


NOTICE
In the Magistrate's Court,
District "E"
Liqcer Licence Prourt
TItY NA lTICr6 h 1ii i ...tif will ^


Honour the dead: help the living. tences are passed be taken Port- ACtivities i. Latin America a t l er w
Three young men died in the carnm of-Spain General Hospital to view a special court at the Magistrate's
val mystery fire, but one very young victims of road accidents. They will The Latin American organisation of the IFTCU, Court at Roseau on Wednesday, th
man who remain alive is seriously see both dead and living and will CLAS, contains some Christian trade unions ex:rci,ing 2nd day of October, 1963. at 9.3
handicapped. He is the schoolboy be asked to reflect on the pain and trade union functions bit mainly consists of committees of in the forenoon, for the purpose o
Rupert Lance, who came inta the suffering they have caused. Up to Christian trade unionists. It Iad been hooed that the lions for certifcates for Licencc
HERALD office last week to appeal for date 88 persons have been kl'ed secretaries of the ICFTU and the IFCTU American regional and the renewal of Licences to sel
aid. Lance is the student tended in this year ir. road accidents and more p have Liqorin e said districteithe
the street by Nurse Casimir and than 2ooo injured organizations ORIT and CLASC respective would have L r in e sad district either
wrapped in pillow-cases which his talks to remove their differences with the view in the first wholesale or retail, and of grant
pitiful injuries blotted with "stams place to joint action against communist manouvres for the i lang sh certificates. nn a
like iodine" the i n fa m o u s The last day for filing ner a
blak pots d described byhMr.Justic Alma J hn i s creation, of an independentt" Latin American trade union plications is Tuesday, 10th Septem
Stack described by his Com Justice Amon of W centre. However, the ac ;on ofChristiaa trade union z-pree her 1963,
Inquiry report. Talent contest sentauves in ccnnecticn with the Congress of the Chilean Dated at Roseau this 27th da
For two months this boy lay suf- national centre dominated by commnmists, CUTCH, last of AUgUSt, 1963.
fearing and assiduously tended in the Miss Alma John singing "We August rules out the possibility ofcooperation on the ques J Maistrate District "E
Prices Margaret Hospital. That he will have a Lifetime of Love" won tion of the "independent" regional centre. Before this GO 94 Ag. M3, Sept. 7-21
is as well as he seems today may be the first prize of $5.oo and a case of Congress the ORIT forces which are outside CUTCH were _____
created to the Doctors and Nurses Carib Beer at Wednesday evenings approached by Christian representatives who were from
courage. Lance is the son ofa work cal lnt ow at unions inside CUTCH and who were accompanied by CLASC REMOVAL OF
ing.man, Mr. Robert Lanceof Col Miss John was unanimously sc. General Secretary Jose Goldsatk. AGSTRATES OU
ihat; heliveswith his auntMrs. elected winner by the threejudges Tiese representatives stated that they, together with GRAND BAY
Cammy Philogene. He was a stud- cinema goers, from the Pt, House, other democratic elements, would either control the CUTCH It is notified for General Infor
ent at St. Mary's Academy ad and Balcony. The applause from Congress or break away irom it. The democratic elements nation that asfrom the 1st Sept
hoped to try for his Cambridge the audience showed that it was in gress or break 1963 h Magistrate's Col
school cettificatein December. Dan ageeen with e choice. They would not under any circumstances permit the CUTCH a br y,e agisrae
cinggailywith the festive crowd on agreement with thechoice. They d Sub-Tre,_Jury, Grand Bay, hay
ing gailywith the fesve crowd on had 1 be, since the four ot .r male Congress to go on record as supporting the communist been removed from the Police Sta
carnival Monday, the boy was con- contestants were anything but sing- Latin American conference scheduled for September. tion to Douglas Hall, on the roa
siderably apart from the flames which
csiderably a from theflmes which ers. Agreement was sought and obtained for the ORIT forces to t the Agricultural Station.
lingd and George James. Yt Second prize went to Joey Ma' take part in a new congress which would be held im e, L. i strte in
lingford and George James. Yet goir "Lord Exposer" who sang diately after any breaks with the communists. However, Magistrate District "F
although no fire touched him he was "Lord Expse h dial y
although no fire touched him he was his own Calypso The Crnival d after any breaks with the communists. However, G097 Sept.7 4
afflicted with appalling injuries, and ire Tragedy" while Lord Hasp, orders received while the CUTCH Congress was already
even today his scarified esh itchs aner obtained ththird prize, under way from the Christian Democratic Party to main,
Before he left for E n g i a nd, The Talent shaw will fiom hence- tain unity with the nm nis in viw FiflT
t Is stope was to have sm in eg amm at presidential election caused a complete reversal by he Boyd Charles of Warne, here
graftngdone at the University Col M ;Gonze (P.I.W.I) was Christian trade union forces of their own policy. by give notice thit I am no long
lege Hospital in Jamaica. Young Master of Ceremonies. They neither controlled the Congress nor challenged responsible for any debts incurre
Rupert came into the HERALD office the resolution supporting the Latin American Conference by my wife. Florita Charles (ne
last Saturday and asked us to cont, -
act SMr, MacIntyre F.R.C.S. An in September, which was passed wLhout any difficulty. Gustave) she having left my house
appointment wasarranged immed- LaPlaine DTU (Fortunately the Lat:n American Conference, even with and chone nwi thout jumnowldg
iately. Dominica's new top surg- PBra ch General CUTCH support, was a complete failure,) (Signed) Boyd Charles
eon agrees with Dr. Clay, and has (Cont. on p. 9) Sept, 7-22
recommended such skin-graft treat- Meeting
ment to the Medical Department of Equal Educaton Fr Princess Anne
the Dominica Government. It is to
be hoped and trusted that Govern In a fighting speech D. T. U. .
ment will take speedy steps to have General Secretary R.P. Joiseph told
this boy "repaired" so that he may the members of the LaPlaine Branch
be able to face life and his studies "now we must stop talking, now
without shrinking from curious or we must act." The occasion was the .. '.
even compassionate eyes. Annual General Meeting of the
Rupert's poor hands and arms are Branch at which the new officers .
notonly scarred but weakened by were elected. Brother Joseph stress-
searing burns. His face is badly da, ed the need for "strong legislation"
maged and his left cheek and lip de, to curb discrimination by local em-
formed. Quite naturally, although players against union members and
he is a brave boy, he is nervous. to enable workers to get a fair day's
Skingrafting is a long, delicate and pay for a fair day's work. "It is the
painful operation; b u t Rupert is Union ideal that each man be judg- '.
prepared to stand it. We think he ed according to his own ability" he
ought to be given every chance said, calling for Legislation to give
this Form V schoolboy of r6 whose equal employment opportunity to
promising adolescence has been so all.
hideously distorted. P.S.A. Officers elected for the 1963-4
term ...rc- A h i s' i L B .


Trinidad Magis-
trate Sends
Roadhogs
To Hospital

A Trinidad magistrate has come
up with a new punishment for
motor car drivers found guilty of
dangerous and careless driving. The
magistrate Ian Seukeran, son of
Lionel Seukeran the Opposition
Whip in the House of Represenita-
ative, introduced this punishment


term were: bro. Miticilil urown,
Chairman: Bro. Israel Hypolite,
Secretary: Mrs Ann John, Trea-
surer and Leode Blaize and Eugenia
Pascal as Committee Members. The
General Secretary chaired the meet,
ing which, after a vote of thanks by
Bro. M. Brown, was brought to a
close by the singing of "Blest be the
tie that binds" and the National
Anthem.


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Princess Anne, who celebrated het 13th birthday on August I5, is to go to Benenden School
in Kent, England. next term. Sne thus follows the new Royal pattern set by her brother Prince
Charles the Prince of Wales. Previously, all children of the British Royal Family have been edu-
cated privately.
Princess Anne will join Benenden as one of 20 girls in the lower fifth form. As a new girl,
she will sleep in a dormitory accommodating up to eight girls; rise at 7.oo a.m.; make her own bed;
take her turn at laying the tables for evening meal; and at week-ends she may be called on to help with
the washing up occasionally. The Princess's form mistress is Miss Jean Ormerod of New Zealand.
Picture shows; Miss Elizabeth Clarke, headmistress (fourth from right), walking with some of the
pupils and another teacher in the grounds of Beneaden School.


DOMINICA HERALD -


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PAGE SIX DOMINICA HERALD


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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963


Re-"Boarded Out
Pupils"

Dear Madam, With reference to
a short letter in the issue of yaur pa'
per for Saturday the 17th August.
Re-"Boarded Out Pupils" by MAMA,
Near Poctsmouth: As a mtner (like
yourself) in one of tne country villag-
es I fed compel to say a f:w words
about the grievances expressed by
ner. I have two girls attending one
of the High Schools in Roseau who
are treated in the same manner and
the environments in the homes they
are staying in are similar. It is not
'because every mother in the country
who has children iS the Grammar
School, the Convent and the We le/
High School in Roseau is nch nin
money; but we are ambitious and
i st trying to help a few of our boys
and girls who are anxious to learn so
that in future they may use their ed-
ucation to serve the Colony and the
world during their day and their ge-
neration. We are bearing some fin-
ancial pressure with the small days
pay we ate getting.whenever we work
on the Estates and on the Govern-
ment roads, and from the sale of our
few bunches of bananas forwhich
by this ime we were hoping to get
60 per tb. It is these fortnightly and
weekly.cash we are receiving which
is so inadequate and embarrassing in
our hands maKes it burdensome for
us to meet with our financial dem,
ands.ard to fulfill our obligations to
uiAty'boys-and-giris m i.osean.
MAMA, Near Portsmouth, I am in
agreement with you in saying that the
conditions with some of our children
existmg at present must be changed;
and, as a Mother who has been giving
your letter my serious consid.radion,
I suggest (I) that toe children who
are in homes where they are getting
the best protection morally and other,
wise should not be removed. (2) Re-
move our girls from the homes where
they are beset with immoral exam-
ples and immoral contact. (3) To
put them in an hostel where they
shall be under the supervision of a
serious mistress who has experience
in: managing the affairs of the hostel
in every way. Our girls should be
encouraged to study their lessons for
school the following day; the head,
of the hostel is to know when our
girls are going for games and what
hour they shall be returning In the
hostel no boys to be allowed to enter
and to gossip with our gir.s etc.
I have herd and many mothers
too, that Miss Inez Emmanuel has
renovated a large building in Roseau
and has equipped it for a hostel
which is good news indeed. A few
of us intends to contact Miss Eman'
uel in Roseau as soon as we can, so
that we can know of all her general
arrangements of her hostel. Thank
you Dear Editor, for the space allow-
ed to me.
ANOTHER COUNTRY MOTHER,
Marigot.


Disgruntled

Dear Madame Allow me space
in your columns to deal with the
most ghastly method used to collect
income. The experience I have of
mischief and misery of which your
Government is capable is causing


People's Post
(Cont. from page 4)


COLONY OF DOMINICA

TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 7th day of Sept. 1963
Nature of request whether
Date of Request Person Piesenting ifor Certificate of Title or
Noting thereon or Caveat.
Reques, for the issue of a First
Request dated Edward Jones Certificawtof fitle in respect
ul a portion of land situate
6th July, 1960 at Marigot in the Parish of
St. Andrew in the Colony of
Presented by his Solicitor Dominica containing 29475
7th Sept., 1963 James & Rigsby square feet and bounded as
at 9.30 a.m. follows: On the North
by a Water Way,, Proper-
ty of Dothan Edwards North-East by land of Euica Jones, North-West
by Water Way Property of Dothan Edwards,South-West by land of W.S.
Stevens, South-East by Public Road.

Registrar's Office (Sgd.) JOSEPH. A. MARCANO
Roseau, 7th Sept., 1963 Aegistrar of Titles
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certi-
ficate of ritle on the above application may enter a Caveat in the above
office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the
above Schedule in the Offcial Gazette and the DOMINCA HERALD news.
paper published in this Island.
Aug. 14-21


great concern, and if we are to sit
still and take everything as they are
dishing out vindiciveness to find
money to pay debts they claim that
Mr. Baron and other Governments
left, well it is to be seen to be belie-
ved. What misery further taxation
means to a child when at birth the
Gwv rnment believes that 22z per day
is r,.o much to feed him, and even
when he reaches the age of 17 years
he must feed on the same stuff and
wear diapers!
Yet they talk of malnutrition, who
causes malnutrition? who pushes you
beyond your reach: who flouts the
law in endeavour to cause suffering?
Yet they are talking of Federation!
When will Britainsee the charmed
life that people could have lived if
only she could help us to help our-
selves rather than by framing a new
federal constitution to give rise to in-
sanity!
Yours,
DOMINICAN, New Town.


Purer Motives

Dear Madam,
This is to inform you
and the general Public that applic-
ants are invited on a purely voluntt
ary basis with no obligations what-
soever other than Qo MUSIC FOR
D3MINICA to be members of an or,
chestral group only for the occasion of
SHAKESPEARE'S 40oth anniversary in
1964. The Group is to prepare
two oYMPHONic WORKS ofTxcerpts
therefrom for rendition.
Applicants should apply in writ-
ing or person to the PRIMCIPAL of
THE CHRISTIAN MUSICAL CLASS
and should have a practical ability
of grade four (IV) or at least the
higher (III) three.
All scores, ensembles, and prac-
tical guidance are FREE and prac-
tice will commence once weekly from
November, 1963 and twice weekly
from March,. (1964).
Guitarists, Saxophonists, and
Drummers. NEED NOT apply.
I anticipate a read y response
from all able persons residing in
Dominica.
L.M. CHRISTIAN,
Principal.


Kenya-S o m a I i
Talks:
No Agreement in Rome
Regret that the discussions
in Rome between the Anglo/
Kenyan and Somali delega,
tions on the future of Kenya's
northern frontier district had
ended in disagreement was
expressed by t he British
Minister of State for Foreign
Affairs, Mr. Peter Thomas,
last week.
Mr. Thomas, who led the
delegation of British and
Kenyan Ministers, said in a
radio interview: "I am sorry
that the discussions in Rome
have ended without agree/
ment being reached.
"I made it clear that the
British Government would
not arbitrarily alter the fron,
tiers of Kenya just before its
independence against the
wishes of the Kenya Govern,
ment.
"I said that this was pri/
marily an African problem
and could only be settled
satisfactorily and permanently
by the African countries.
"The Somali delegation
refused to accept the offer of
the Kenyan members in my
delegation to resume discuS,
sion at which any matter
affectin- the area could be
rdusc.d .
"We all agreed that a
solution could only be found
through peaceful means and
I trust that the Somali Go/
vernment will agree that the
most hopeful prospect lies
though further discussion
with the Kenyan Govern,
ment." (BIS)
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COLONY OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
REGiSTRY OF TITLES ISLANDD 01- DOMINICA
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
t ereon and Caveats for the week ending the 7th day of Sept. 1963.
Nature of Request whether for
Date of Request Person Presenting Certificate of little or Noting
_____. thereon or Caveat
Requestfor 'he issue of a First cer-
Request dated Edward Jones tificate of Title in respect of a
portion of land situate in the Vi.-
6th July, 1960 lage of Marigot in the Parish of St.
by his Solicitor Andrew, in the Colony of Domini-
Presented ca containing 7400 sq. ft.. and
7th Sept. 1963 James & Rigsby bounded asfollows:-On the North
at 9.40 p.m. East by land of Eulica Jones, On the
North-West by River Ecrivisse or
Mantino River, On the South-Ea t by Water Way, property of Dothan
Edward.
Registrar's Office, JOSEPH A. MARCANO.
Ros.au, 7th Sept, 1963. Registrar of Titles
NOTE:-Any. person wno desires to object to the issuing of a Cer-
tificate ofline on the above appl;ca'ion may enter a Caveat in he above
oliice within six weeks from the date of the hrst appearance o' the above
Schedule in the Ofihcial Gazette and in the DOMINICA HERALD newspaper
published in this Island.
Sept. 14-21

COLONY OF DOMINICA

TirLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA.
Sctiedule of Applications for Chriidcates of rile and Nbtings
th:reoo a: d Caveals for the week ending the 7th'day of Sept., 1963-.
Nature of Request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificite of Title
Noting thereon or Caveat.
Request for the issue of a
Request dated Conrad Tavernier fi rst Certificate of TitIle
in respect of a portion of
2nd April, 1963 land situate in the Town
of Port smo t h
Presented by his Solicitor in ihe Parish of St. J o n,
in the Colony of Dominica
6th Anril, 1963 James & Rgsby contannig 1500 sq ft. and
at 1130 a m bounded as tollows:-On the
North by land of John
Baptiste, Onthe East by land of M. W. Joseph, West by land of
Rodney Street, On the South by land of John John Bar tiste
Registrar's Office, (Sgd) JOSEPH A. MARCANO
Roseau, 14th Seqt. 1963 Registrar of Titles.
NOTE:-Any pei son who desires to object to the issuing of a
Ccrificate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat at
the above office within six weeks from the date of the fkrst appear-
ance of the above Schedue in the Oficial Gazette and in the
DOMINICA HERALD newspaper published in this Island.
Sept 14-21

Dominica Banana Growers Association

Banana Shipment of 6th Sept. 1963:


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DOMINICA HERALD


PAGE SEVEN


Roseau
Portsmouth
Coast

Exports Ist Jan.--Aug, 23rd
Total Exports to date
SEx. to 23rd Aug. 1962
Increase


STEMS
26,893
30,987
4,532
62,412
.,948,361
2,010,773
1,744,566
266,207








PAGE EIGHT DOMINICA HER
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ALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963


Windies Get Lord
Mayor's Send-off


His Life And Times The West Indies cricket team is
A biography of the former Prime to be given an official send-off in the
Minister of the West Indies has form of a cocktail party at the
been written by historan Mr. F.A. Mansion House, London, by Sir
Hoyos, already well-known for h's Ralph P:rring, the Lord Mayo of
published works on West Indi.4n London.
History. This book, which will This is the first time a visiting
be available in October to the read- team to Britain has been given a
ing pub ic, tells the story of the civic farewell and is in recognition
trade union movement's Caribbean of the immense pleasure the West
origin, deals witn the upsurge of de- Indies cr;cketers have given the
mocratic politics in the West Indies people of Britain during their tour.
and the efforts of Arthur Ciprian of The party is to be held on i8th
Trinidad and Albert Marryshow of September, two days before the team
Grenada. Three Dominicans who leaves for home.
receive mention in its pages -.re the Sir Ralph Perring said at his
late C. E. A. Rawle, Mrs. Phyilis home yesterday, that he wanted to
Shand Allfcy, and Mr. Edward 0. acknowledge the sportsmanship of
LeBlanc. Ithe West Indies players.
A considerable slice of modern t want to send them back to
West Indian history is contained the West Indies with the good will
within the 325 pages of Mr. Hoyos' of the people of London," he added.
new work, 'which throws light not
only on Sir Grantley but upon such
political personalities as Alexander
Bustamante, Norman Manley, Lrc Annlic p tin For
Williams, Cheddi Jagan, Rpbert Applications For
Bradshaw, V.C. Bird, 'Carl La Liquor Licences
Corbiniere and Errol Barrow. In
effectit presents a significant chronic The Maistrate Dist. "E" the
of West Indian development in the. "E" t
Twentieth Century. The book is CiAef of APo EL
illustrated. I ALXFORD DANIEL now residin
Publication is by the author; its at Coulbistrie Parish of St. Joseph
price is $3.75. The HERALD will do herebygive you notice that it is
be pleased tohelp interested persons my intention to apply at the Magis
to obtain copies..A review of this trates's Court to be held at Roseau
intere g : biography wl app ar'in on Wednesday, the .nd day of Oct-
our newspaper shortly. pper ober 1963, ensuing for retail LIQUOR

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ESTABLISHING
A
PUBLIC POUND IN ROSEAU
WHEREAS the Roseau Town Council
has by virtue of Qrdinance No.11 of
1963 dated 13th May, 1963 been
S empowered to establish and main-'
tain a public pound within the Mun-j
icipal limits of Roseau;
AND WHEREAS by the said Ordinance.
the Council may appoint a fit and)
proper person to be Pound-Keeper:
at such Pound.
1, STAR S. LESTRADE, Chairman of.
Ithe Roseau Town Council do hereby de-)
dclare the place indicated below to be a
public Pound within the meaning of,
and for the purposes intended by the
(said Ordinance.
,'ALL THAT Wooden-framed structure
enclosed with B.R.C. wire and situated
on the Emshall Road and, adjacent to
the ruins of the former Power Station
(on the western bank of the Roseau
River". I
AND I DO FURTHER declare that
VVIVIAN HECTOR Esq. shall be the)
lPound-Keeper at the above Pound, within
all the rights, powers and duties con-
ferred by the said Ordinance.
Given under my hand and Seal ofi
Ithe Roseau Town Council this Second
1(2nd) day of September in the year onei
thousand nine hundred and sixty three.
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e. 4 Chairman, Roseau Town Council
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Coulibistrie Parish of St Joseph.
Dated the 6th day of Sept. 1963.
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Sept. 14-- 28


of my premises at Macoucherie 1963,
Parish of St Joseph. H.D. SHILLINGEORD
Dated the 4th day of September Sept. r4-28


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
This serves to inform those? who have been travell-I
ing by Air; that I have been for some time now running a
Taxi Service to and from Melville Hall Air Port at a nor-
mal Fare of Five Dollars ($5,00) per seat, some passen-
gers have been maliciously told that my Car Fare is
greater than that of the masquerading B.W.I.A. Bus, but
that statement is totally untrue.
The only case in which my Car Fare becomes greater
than the normal Fare of the above mentioned Bus or any
.Bus at all is in event of a Special Trip in which case If
set out my Car with the understanding that the Hirer pay!
ithe official rate of One Dollar ($1.00) per Mile to and frol
.plus Sixty Cents (600) as stipulated in:
SMotor Vehicles & Road Traffic (Amendment
( No 2.) S.R.O; 21, 1959
i I would like to suggest that passengers be made.
SFree to select whatever Vehicle they care to travel by: bej,
I it Bus or Car,
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To the Magistrate District "E"
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I, DELIMA NICHOLAS now resid-
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do hereby give you notice that it is my
intention to apply at the Magistrate's
Court to be held at Roseau on
Wednesday, the 2nd day of October
1963 ensuing for a retail LIQUOR
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at Mahaut Parish of St. Paul.
Dated the 21st day of August
1963.
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N.B. Transferring from one premises
to another.
Sept. 14-28
To the Magistrate District "E"
and Chief of Police
I, HON. H.D. SHILLINGFORD now
residing at Macoucherie Parish of
St. Joseph do hereby give you notice
that it is my intention to apply at
the Magistrate's Court'to be held at
Roseau on Wednesday, the 2nd
day of October 1963, ensuing for a
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963


Report On The International Feder-
ation Of Christian Trade Unions
IGFTU Statement
(Cont. from page 5)
At the 4th Congress of CLASC held in Caracas in
November 1962, CLASC tried to give a picture of itself as
the most dynamic and representative trade union force in
Latin America. ORIT was repeatedly attacked in violent
terms. The Congress resolved "to warn and alert all
workers of the continent not to be deceived by ORIT and its
mercenaries". It accused ORIT of obtaining funds from the
Alliance for Progress and repudiated the Alliance for
favouringg only a sector of the workers which is not the
most genuinely representative, that of ORIT." As fir as
contacts with other Latin American trade unions were
concerned, the Congiess resolved that in the case of organ/
isations which do riot meet the requirements outlined,
especially ORIT and CTAL (the WFTU Latin American
organisation, now disbanded), and their national or pro/
fessional bodies these relations should be restricted to a
minimum avoiding all permanent commitments with them.
On the other hand CLASC was committed to calling within
the first six months of 1963, "a trade union conference of
revolutionary and democratic workers of Latin America".
The general Secretary of the Christian International,
A. V. Vanistendael, was present at the Congress and on
his return to Brussels gave a press conference in which,
according to newspaper reports which were not denied, he
made a thorough denunciation of ORIT on the lines of the
resolutions, even going further than these.
The ORIT Executive committee (January 1963) dis-
cussed these attacks and issued a restrained statement rcgrett/
ing the CLAsc anbd Intetnational attacks and exposing the
exploitation by the Christian trade unions of people's rclil
gious feelings. We conveyed this resolution to the
Chri:.::; ernaional. ...
J~ Ui~ fJ liAUdl ii brwe


Activities in Asia


DOMINICA HERALD


"On the cisc side part of the
resistance to chance stems from tihe
long time de factor existence of the or-
ganisation and all the histcr.cal and
emotional loyalties which such an or-
ga lisation develops in the mind f is
adherents and part -erhaps stems from
the inertia ofall organizations and the
natural disinclination of the officials
to put themselves out'of a job. A.
real and I think valid source of ir-
ritation to the ICFTU has been the
efforts of the cisC in Germany to
split the u nity of the trade
union mo v e m e n t and to set
up a separate Christian
Labour Movement, and in countries
such as Italy and Colombia either
to wean away the existing; Christian
oriented union from the ICFTU or
to set up Christian organisarions.
In these countries the cisc seem to
have been guided in part by a sim,
ple bureaucratic desire for expansion.
With regard to Germany the cisc
appeals to have decided from the
beginning that the unified move-
inent w,..uld not and should not
work and in this and in other coun,
triei appears to rush ahead with
slight concern for the attitudes of
Catholic workers in those countries.
On the other hand the failure of the
cisc to secure significant affiliation
in post-war Germany and Italy is
an important sign that neutral trad&
unconism may at last be possible on
the European continent and that the
cisc's own prospect of additional
expansion in the area are dim".
After a summary of the matters
on which ICFTU and the Christian
International have achieved coopear,
tion the author concludes:


"In short, my prognosis
is that political necessities and plain
common sense will dictate ever in-
creasing operationn If same salve
can be fund for cisc pride and the
desire of cIsc affihares to maintain
certain minimum contacts among
themselves, I believe that the ICFTU
will incorporate the cisc within the
next deCade or two."

Conclusions
While having lost, with the
foundation of the ICFTU any reason
for its existance which it may have
had before World War it the
Christian International c-ntmued in
a truncated form and expanded into
French-speaking Africa, Latin A-
merica and one or two countries of
Asia although having few organs,
alion directly carrying out trade un-
ion activities in these areas. It con-
tinues to stress ts connections with
the Catholic Church where it finds
this expedient bnt now has non-
Christians in its :ai ks.
Its aims are basically the same as
those of the tcFcT but it does not
ye: appear to want that unity with
the cFTru which holding of comr
mon objectives would seem to jusutl
fy in a critical world situ; tion. With
its doctrine of pluralism it is in fact
seeking to compete with ICFTU in
various countries of Africa, Asia
and Latin America. As its affili-
atcs with these areas are with one or
two exceptions small or are merely
committees of trade unionists, they
have sometimes te'n able to give the
appearance of bci;;', more militant
than ICFTU affihates which are well-


established and have no doubt deve-
loped a greater senme ot responsibility,.
However the international trade
tri n movement car, take such com-
petition in its stride.
The ICru is still in favour of
avoiding any wasteful competition
among democratic tr a d e union
forces and will continue its contacts
on matters of common interest; but
only when the Christian Intetnation-
al has faced tip to the implications of
such contacts and has ceased its
written and oral propaganda activi-
ties against the ICFTU can real pro,
gress be made.


QUOTE OF THE
WEEK

"Only a powerful and
centrally directed economic
coordination .and interde,
pendence can create the true
foundations of a .nation.
Barbados will not unify with
British Guiana, or Jamaica
with Antigua. They will.
be knit together only through
their common allegiance to a
Central Government. Any,
thing else w i l discredit
the c o n ciep tion :of a.
Federation and in the end
leave the iinds m&ire :divided
than before.
-Dr. E ric Williams,
Economics of Nationhood, p. ir


LuestL.Lons o colla oration between
the two intern a t i o n als. (The
resolutions of the CLASC


As mentioned earlier, a trade un- Congress had not been received by
ion organisation in Vietnam, the the ICFTu at that time, and Latin
cvTc, belongs to the Christian In- American questions were not dis-
ternat'onal. The ICFTU, list of af- cussed).Specialised meetings on the
filiates also mentions an "Indonesian first two topics have since been held.
Christian Trade Union" while a a b
small unregistered organisation in The ICFT has always been ill.
India, he "Confederation of Free ing to collaborate with the Christ
Unions" foundded by dissident eletian International on matters where
ments from the Icbdu affiliated s both sides have something to gain
men the i treme affiliated s-although it is difficult to cooperate in
ationd the Unitedmelef T rade Unions one area if the ICFTU is being open -
Catontress is said to hae ben a y attacked in another. The Chnst,
Congress is said to have been ac- '
cepte in January I96. ICFTU an International has maJe it clear
cepted in January 1963. ICFTU
cp that it would not enter into any ar,
Relations With The rangement for structural unity at in
Christian Intcrnational temnational level; until it would be
Trade unionists from the two in- prepared to do so, meetings be-
ternationals have long collaborated tween the two sides can only discuss
in advisory com tte s fcer am I? cooperation on specific projects and
ropean iL.t g v rn antal tra isat, bring forward .omplainut frarkily
ons. Meetings took place at headquar, in the hope that friction can be rce
ters level between the two sides in moved.
1959 and 60. As a result of the meet, On the question of ICFTU rela-
ing in June 1960 a joint comnitee in ticns with the Christian Internation-
Spain of the two internationals, their al we could not do better than
Spanish affiliates and one other trade quote William J. MacInctie, the A-
union organisation (CNT) was set mcrican Catholic writer on trade
up. A joint trade union alliance of union affair mentioned earlier:
the Spanish trade union organisa, "[he principal remaining bar;
tion was established. Frequent to unity seem to me be three in
meetings have been taking place in number, and I would charge
regard to fighting the Franco re, the CFTU with responsibility
gime within the free world while for one and the cisc (Christian
efforts have also been made to coor, International) with responsibility
date activities of trade union for two. The problem on the
groups inside Spain. ICTFU side is one of attitude reward
The formation of the African the ctsc and the Christian unions.
Trade Union Confederation in Jan, As recently as 1957 the cisc was
uary 1962 has already been men, able to quote from the text book of the
tioned. ICTFU European Regional organis,
A new joint meeting was held action European trade union school
at CFTru headquarters in January statements which could be interpret-
1963. Discussions were held on ted as antiCatholic bias. But as
African questions, the possibilities of I have said this kind seems to be
collaboration within the In.ernation- diminishing and the ICFTU seems to
al Organisation as well as general be beginning to court the cisc.


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PAGE NINE









SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963


DOMINICA HERALD


Making their debuts in the league,
Empire and Thunderbi.ds did not
make a very good impression. Em-
pire were three men short at the kick-
off and paid the penalty, They found
themselves a goal down when a free-
kick from thirty yards was aHowed to
hit the back of the net. Had Empire's
regular goalkeeper been present, this
goal would not have been scored.
The game steadily deteriorated ;nd
threatened to get worse, but for the
intervention of the referee who at one
stage had some stern words with both
teams. Thunderbirds led 3 2 at
the interval. There was much bet,
ter play in the second half with Hill,
Lartigue and Elwin outstanding for
Empire, while Gage and Leogale de,
fended stoutly for Thunderbirds.


S.M.A., 4


D.G.S., 0


D.C.S. looked exactly what they
were; a team that has not had' time
to practise and train. They lacked
ideas, and were on the whole too slow
for their opponents. S.M.A. were
two goals up when the game was
just 8 minutes old and never looked
back. Their quick tackling and first,
time shooting gave warning to other
sides thattdhe Saints are a team to be
reckoned with this season.
CRICKET

Sussexli eats WMinies
In a one-day match at Hove on
Thursday, Sussex beat the West In-
dies by 4 wickets amidst great excite,
ment. West Indies started badly, los-
ing their first 4 wickets for 9 runs. A
partnership of 104 between Sobers
(64) and Butcher (57) enabled them
to score 177 in 43 overs of the allot,
ed 65. Murray scored 29. Sussex also
made a bad start, but Suttle (40) held
the side together, while big hitting by
Dexter (41) and Parks (37) brought
them within sight of victory which
they acheived with 4 wickets in hand.
The final scores:- W.I. 177; Sussex
18T for 6.


Eddie's Treble Chance
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Oct. 1963, ensuing for a retail LIq,
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miss at Pai -Bouche, Parish of St.
Andrew.
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Registering The Blind
The Social Development Department is making a servey'of all blind
persons throughout the island. Village Ccuncils and other organizations
and persons are being enlsted to help.

INews Boys Big Game is On

SSays Addison T. Colaire (Circulation Ma.ger).I
S Yes, last week was a week of record-breaking among the News-
'boys:EDWARD JARVIS, LENNOX DAILY, EDWARD HILL. and FRANKS
LYN SHILLINGFORD, are in the lead,
S I am keeping a keen eye on the performance of every NewsboyI
during these coming months.
In spite of the regular commissions the Newsboys receive, the
Herald will be offering an additional incentive:-
S () Top Newsboy in Roseau area for September, October,
and November (i) One Dress shirt from Reliance Dress Shop,

(2) Any agent or Newsboy in Rosean who sells 5oo copies in
jany one month A Surprise gift
S I will be keeping an individual production breakdown on all
SNewsboys so I shall not lose count on production.
Congratulations to Agent JACK ROBINSON at Marigot who is
the most consistent producer there. .
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