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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 28, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Dominica -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Dominica
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1955? Cf. caption.
General Note: Editor, <1963-1964>: Phyllis Shand Allfrey.
General Note: "For the General Welfare of the People of Dominica, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole."
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 12, 1963; title from caption.
General Note: Last issue consulted: December 31, 1964.
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Th- Finest People : The ichest Son
( Fr the o nera l Welfare of the People of Dominica, the further advancement o/ t'e West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a while
ESTABLISHED 1955 SATURDAY, EPTEMEER 28, 1963 PRICE 100


"EDITH" RUINS DOMINICA'S BANANAS


$4,000,000 Loss Estimated
HURRICANE EDITH SWEPT past Dominica while
Chief Minister E. O. LeBlanc was o01 a CARIBO con/
ference in Puerto Rico and Hon. N. A. N. Ducreay was
acting C. M. Present estimates of banana losses by the
Dominica Banana Growers Association is an islandwide
average of over 80o Geest Industries' Woodford Hill
estate has lost half a million banana trees everything
over 4ft. high. Loss to the island was estimated by a Geest
spokesman at about fouo million dollars, with less than
25% of trees likely to bea: in the next six months. The
banana boat Geestland which arrived (overdue) on Friday
evening was expected to load I8,oo0 stems at Roseau and
the same amount at Ports. D. G. S Headmaster R.L.
mouth, whereas the normal Clarke M.A. and English
shipment averages 55,000 Engineer Bryan, assisted by
stems weekly: and about the two labourers.
future . who knows.
Roses Banana Losses 100%. Power For Hospital And Cold
Store
The old .traditional firm St
of L. .Rose, &G Co. Ltd. Broken transmission and
judge their banana losses to distribution line,' littering the
be Ioo% at both Bath and streets. Javbeen qnimrllh re,
Soufriere estates, but although pai~d'in a desperate attempt
the bulk of the lime crop is on to get power to the PM Hos.
the ground at Bath, at -Soi, pital (for sterilising, equip,
friere the" position is better meant) and to the cold stor-
-only one%/ of trees lost, age plant which contained
and eight% damaged; using over two tons of meat, sealed
standby generators they are in hopefully. Many stores
still working around the and private persons will have
clock producing juice before suffered loss due to the per,
the limes can spoil. fishing of goods without re,
Darkness And Heat frigeration. Astaphan's Shop,
Next to banana losses, the pipg Centre h a v e their
people of Roseau and envi/ own standby plant a n d
rons felt most keenly their should be the gainers by their
lack of electric power enterprise. As we write
which meant for three days this paragraph we are hop/
lack of ice, cold-storage, ing that current will be
lighting at night, radio, cine, forthcoming to print the pa,
ma and many other ameni- perin time for our readers
ties which the people of this to get their paper on Satur'
island had increasingly taken day.
for granted. While it is true, as stated in both
the Ag Chief M;nister's and Admin-
Power Station Damage istrator's messages, that we must be
thankful for being spared loss of life
G.D.C, switched off the within the territory, poverty faces us
Sm wednesday now as a result of the blow. Aside
current at 3 a.m. Wednesday from damage to historic and beauti.
"for public safety" and sim- ful sights like the botanical gardens
ultaneously a rline (which have lost their cricket pavilion
ultaneously apowerline was and many fine trees), Government
broken by a falling tree. A House garden, the Free Library
rockslide at Trafalgar has (whica lost pact of its roof and suff-
ered from leaks on books and re-
damaged one of the twin cords,) and the sinking of two fishe-
900 ft enstock pipes so that men's boats off Grandbay... not to
mention the Hark Forrard, control.
the turbines will only pro/ versial craft which has finally disap-
duce half the needed island peared from sightthough notfrom
public interest .. the total cost in
power, but the standby diesel cash and human endeavour has yel
set is installed, which should to be assessed
We must admire the speed ,,ith
make up for much of the which the Public Works Depart
loss. Feverish work was ment went into action, since by Fri
day noon it was possible to get front
done to clear z" miles of road Roseau to Portsmouth, Colihaut or
near the power station by Rosalie and by jeep to Grandbay
near theTrees and landslides on the Soufren
Manager W.S. Richardson, road were still to be cleared and thi


Kenya's New
Principal
The appointment of Mr.
Alan Simmance, B. A.
Hons., as Principal of the
Kenya Institute of Adminis,
tratiori has been announced.
Mr. Simmance, a barrister at
law and ex-Crown Counsel,
was previously Vice Princi/
pal of th e College. His
wife Phina (M.A. Oxon) is
Josephine Shand Allfrey,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Allfrey of the DOM-
INICA HERALD.
Mr. Simmance will be
responsible for the training
of civil servants in public
administration, .economics,
comparative government and
a wide range of skills, in,
clnn r nmmpn'i rdpl"-
ment, all of which will be
important to a newly index
pendent K e ny a. Kenya's
Independence talks are now
being held in London.
ERRATA
We had planned a twelve page pa,
per but fortune has denied us all but a
meagre eight pages. To our readers we
apologise for resultant page numbering
errors. For page 11 read 7, page 4 read
6, page 9 read 3. The article on Gan,
dhi is cant. on p.6not 4 and page 6 is
cont. on p.3. Eddie's Treble Chance
will be printed next week, as will be
many other interesting stories and art,
ides setup already for which we have
no space.-Editor.
Imperial road was partially blocked
by fallen trees.
Free Ice Cream
On Thursday morning Mr Gon
zalez Peltier (Mr PIWL) d-cided tc
cut his losses on melting ice-crean
and h a d a "buy-one.get one-free'
spree, in the end giving away ove
5,00,) popsicles anj 500 cups. Thi
followed the Carnival atmosphere o
Wednesday when school children an
grownups alike besported themselvese
in old carnival costumes amidst th
flooded streets.
Messages from VI.Ps
Messages have been received
from the Administrato., rth A2.
Chief Minister and the Poli'ical
Leader of the D.U.P.P which yve
will publish in full next week.
His Honour has travelled the is.
land to see for himself the severe
I damage, and calls for co-opera-
Stion to restore our cultivation
t Hon. N.A.N. Ducreay sends
message of sympathy calling for
a hope and courage to take uF
Sthe challenge of rehabilitatio
n and Mr. F.A. Baron offers the
r cc-aperation of his party witt
government to plan a dynamic
e rehabilitation of the banan
e industry.


SPORTLIGHT By Eddie Robinson
Football


The recent wet weather made ted a pass h a 1 f way inside his
ball control difficult, but last own half, beat two opponents
week-nd's matches were most and passed to Donnie Robinson
entertaining. on t he right. Robinson beat
one defender and passed to John
Shamrock 0, D.GS. 0 who by this time had covered
The schoolboys dominated the about twenty yards. John then
first half andd Shamrock -were slammed in a first-time s h o t
extremely lucky when two good from all of fifteen y a rds.
shots from smid-field hit the I don't think goalkeeper Robert ever
woodwork with goalkeeper Lan- saw the ball. Blackburn went ahead
celot be a t e n all en d s up. from an indirect free kick scored by
Shamrock played better after the Osbourne and John scored No. ?
interval, but both forwards were ith a ne left foot drive.
lacking sadl y in goal getting Jhn made 4-ft -with a fine
ideas. John made it 4-r. with a fine
id sole effort andi Jno Baptiste got a
Blackburn 4, Thunderbirds 2 consolation goal for Thunderbirds
Clem John became the first near the end. Gage played:strongly
player to get a hat-trick this in the Thunderbirds- defence 'which
season, and every goal was a had to resist almost continual pes-
gem. sure, but they lost because their de-
Tounderbirds went ahead ag. fence allowed Clem John to do ex,
ainst the run of play. when a acly as he wished.
right wing cross was beautifully, c s e w-s
coveted coss was hautifully Jeff Charles did a fine job in the
conveyed byJno Barisre giving Blackburn goal.
goalkeeper Jeff Charles a chancec a Blackburn goal.
Four minutes later, liem John In Division II, Combermere
eqaasscd-us;-etr-T rtF est goaT enampitr3---z in a most excitng
haye seen in years. He collec- encounter on Tuesday.


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Morne and Grand Bay should obtain a Certificate from
ithe Government Electrical Inspector who will have wiring
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a Sept. 28.
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Mahatma Gandhi
A brief biography of the Famous Indian Leader whose birth
anniversary falls on October 2.
(Concluded from last week)
Part II
After three years in South Africa, Gandhi wer;t home
to fetch his wife and children and resettle. HIe brought
out a pamphlet in Bombay on the position of Indians in
South Africa and distributed 10,000 copies. Even children
helped him to post'the pamphlets. Plague broke out in
Bombay at the time. Gandhi occupied himself by examin-
ing the bad state of the city which caused had the spread of
disease. He travelled widely in India during this interval,
and frequently expressed his loyalty to the British Constitu/
tion. Taking his wife and two sons, he returned by ship
to South Africa through a terrible gale, but was met in
port by accusations of subversion and by mob brutality.
Gandhi was badly beaten on landing; but refused to pro/
secute his assailants. Shortly after this he was nearly
lynched, but as a result he became a popular hero and
added to Indian National prestige.
He had great difficulty educating his children during
the years of struggle, and later on his sons complained
about these educational deficiencies. Gandhi tells us how
he personally nursed and cared for his children at birth.
There are chaptes in this remarkable life story on the
renunciation, of selfish indulgence; on a fruitarian diet; on
Gandhi's passion for selfhelp and simplicity.
Gandhi practised in his Ashram or settlement the
most vigilant economy, worthy of a Minister of Finanee.
It was the Mahatma's view that the village is the centre
and core of n industrial country.
Meanwhile the Boer war fell upon the country, and
Gandhi became involvedin sanitary reform and famine
relief A frAr the war he returned to India, insisting beLre
he left that all his family should part with thit gold orna,
ments and treasures for the good of the people.
The paramount value of human ignity, and the battle
between cleanliness and dirt was vital to Gandhiji, and he

The Queen's Fourth Chi

Lord Mayor Speaks


DOMINICA HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1963


spoke before Congress in Calcutta on the prevailing shock,
ing sanitary conditions. He went so far as to clean latrines
personally, appealing for volunteers. In touring Bengal he
was shocked by the mass slaughter of animals, and later
after settling in a suburb of Bombay and bringing his
second son through a typhoid attack, Gandhi was urged to
return to South Africa.
And now, as often happens within the lives of great
men, epochal events crowded into the months and years
with speed and ferocity. You may say that there were
three great moral campaigns which marked certain stages
of the Mahatma's existence. The first was h's struggle t,
better the peasants' lives and education, and to promote a
unified national spirit among Indians. The second was
SWARAJ Independence campaign which took place
from 1928 to 1947, ending in victory, but which despite all
his hopes for peaceful settlement is recorded in the blood of
the people. The third took place at Delhi during the last
few months of his life.
If I have concentrated more upon the earlier or for/
mative part of Gandhiji's existence it is because I prefer to
use his own thoughts and feelings about that life than the
opinions of others, and his autobiography ends long before
his days terminated. Moreover, all the world knows, or
ought to know, the tragic and glorious events concerned
with India's struggle for independence, which have passed
into recorded history.
Today, nearing his birthday anniversary, I am writing
about a man who wore one of the faces of the Sage, and
would like to remind you all of a letter he once received
from a Christian gentleman, to wh6m he wrote in reply,
"Has not Christ said, 'Love thy neighbour as thyself'
If a man forsakes his neighboring shopkeeper for one far
off, he is forgetting his own neighbouriness and following
the dictates of self/interest. The shopkeeper who is his
neighbbur has opened a shop on the strength of the
-atronage he hop-s to get fom his neighbour. The prin,
ciple of 'Swadeshi' (that is of -buyin- and using goods
made locally) enjoins that we shall, fulfil our duty towards
our neighbours, and not neglect the obligations laid upon
us as social beings."
Gandhi once said: "A reformer
ild cannot afford to have close intimacy
with him whom he seeks to reform
..... In friendship there is very little
scope for reform." He frequently

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related his principles to the Christian
ideal. Once he translated the Sans-
krit word "Jaya Jaya" (which liter-
ally means 'victory, victory') as "Thy
will be done." His friend Kaka
Kalelkar asked him, "How is this,
Bapu:" He gave him a most interes-
ing explanation, which ended in
the following words:- "After all,
what do we pray fore Is it not
simply that God should be ever
victorious in our own hearts?"
Naturally these words of Bapu
are of great importance to Christan
people of today, and it seems that
one day an American protestant
wrote down certain questions for
the Mahatma to answer. One was:
"Amongst the hopes and disappoint,
ments you have to fice and experi,
ence, will yuu tell me what comforts
and sustains you most!" Gandhlji
replied, ':'he thing th,t comforts and
sustains me most is the nonviolence
of our masses, in spte of the gravest
provocation.'
The Reverend asked again: "And
what is it that causes you the most
concern'and keeps you restless night
and day?" Gandhi paused for a
minute to think, then said, 'Ibe
hardness of heart of the educated."
Gandhi once told Dr. P. C.
Ghcsh that no l-af of the tree falls
without th: will of God and that
most men ofreligion ,that he had
met were, in tLe main, politciars
in disguise! He added '"But I who
carry a mask of politics am in the
hearts a man of religion."
At his prayer meeting Gandhi
had Hindu, Muslim, Christian,
Buddhist and zoroasurian prayers.
There was a black and white picture

1944. A friend once a.ked him
"'How is that you are not a Chris-
tian:" Gandhi replied: 'I am a
Christian, a Hincu, and a Muslim,
and a Jew.' Some of these quota-
tions led to the charges that he was
never consistent.
Cont. on page 4


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News of the approaching birth of a fourth child, expected some time during the
New Year, to H. M. Queen Elizabeth II was received with pleasure by the British pu,
blic. Foremost citizen ofLondon, Lord Mayor Sir Ralph Perring, exclaimed when he
heard about the Queen's expected baby: "Wonderful news! It has given the country
great joy." Picture shows H.M. the Queen and Prince Philip in procession.


This West Indian Doctor, known to hundreds near Glasgow
for 30 years as the ''miracle healer", has just given up medicine
to become a Minister in the Church of Scotland.


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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2z, 1963 DOM/NICA HERALD


The Grammar
School Song
Cont. from pare 4
"THE GREATEST OF ALL
BUILDERS" written by a
scholarofthe Grammar
School in the person of Mr.
Emile G.orge for the pro-
posed speech night Thurs/
day, 13th February 1947,
and that it should remain
the patriotic song for the
Grammar School.
This he composed, and
was a great success w, en
Mr. Grason paid open
TRIBUTE to him and his
service to the school that
night. Lack o f singing
interest temporarily killed the
very lovely Grammar School
Song "for ten or more years,
until Mr. Maynard took on
an opportune time to revive
it again. The Authorities
approach h e d Mr. L M.
Christian, who laid aside his
own work for over a week
and worked up a new hart
monizaion, vocalised a four
part harmony which was
too late and tedious for putt,
ing into effect, scored for the
Music Lovers' Bandi trained
the boys at a two session per
day period so as to be ready for
the presentation, at the open-
ing of the new Grammar
School on 19th September,
1963.
His services are always
FREE on such occasions and
very often, Heads of Depart,
ments have sec ured his
services within his v er y
technical line, Music Educa-
tion. Mr. G r a s o n, Mr.
Friday, Mr. Austin, Mr.
Clatke, all Masters of the
Grammar School, Mr Wise-
man, Mr Maurice, Mr
0. A. Walker, all Education


Officers, Mr Eellot, Band
Master, Heads of Elementary
Schools, and religious orga-
nizations have all converged
towards this good CITIZEN.
A COMPOSER and TEACH/,
ER in the true sense of the
WORD trained only by his
ceaseless efforts for Music
Education for the community
trained nowhere but at his
humble. DESK This is
praiseworthy, when we do
know that this is a highly
technical affair c..rried out
VOLUNTARILY. Th a n k s
Mr. Christian on behalf of
Dominica: you are the first
composer of note to arise
from our midst!
You have established the
FIRST MISIC SCHOOL in
Dominica, where all can
profit by that school. Suc-
cess awaits you.
LEOPOLD CHARLES.


COUGH
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DON'T DEPEND ON YOUR
NFIGHBOUR'S -- BUY
YOUR OWN DOMINICA
HERALD! !


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
This serves to inform those who have been travell-
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-
inal Fare of Five Dollars (5.00) per seat, some passen-
gers I.ave been maliciously told that my Car Fare is-
inrp.tAtr 1;3.n that n th maLf ,_ tL t -
|that statement is totally untrue.
S 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 I
let out my Car with the understanding that the Hirer payl
the official rate of One Dollar ($1.00) per Mile to and fro
plus Sixty Cents (600) as stipulated in:
Motor Vehicles & Road Traffic (Amendmentl
No 2.) S. R. 0. 21, 1959
I would like to suggest that passengers be madeI
Free to select whatever Vehicle they Care to travel by be,
it Bus or Car.
Yours Courteously, i
s WILLIAMA BUNCHA
i Sep. 21-Oct. 5 j


i SU BSCR IBERS NOTICE
Subcrib rs are kindly requested to report before.
1i z 0oon on saturday if their papers have not been;
S delivered, We may be sold out by that time. P
J PHONE CIRCULATION DEPT. 307.


Tinidad Journalists See British Housing


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Members of a party of journalists from Trinidad
recently toured a council housing project during a visit
to England. In this picture, from left, are: Mr.
Randolph Rawlins, editor, The Nation, Mr. Carl
Jacobs, senior reporter, Trinidad Guardian, Mr. Charles
Green, senior press officer, public relations division,
office of the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago;
and Mr. R.T. Clayton, deputy housing manager,
Chesterfield Town Council.


Read The


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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1963


AG F DOMINICA H


D MINIGA
AN INDEPENDE
31 New Street, Re
Published by j. MARGARTSOM
Editor MRS. PHYLLI
U.K. & European Representative -
122, Shaftesburv Ave
Annual 'lbscriptions : Tow
Overseas (Surfac
SATURDAY, SEP]

EDITH PASI

ELDOM WAS THE DAWN awaited
with such anxiety here than the first
light of Wednesday morning, when Hur,
ricane Edith was due to approach Dom -
inica. After peerless Tuesday weather, the
barometer swung low and the rains fell
during the night casually at first.
Then came growling winds and torrents
of water from the skies. The path of the
hurricane was visible like ectoplasm from
a small mountaintop; mist waves driven
in gusts across the valleys, from south east
to north-west.
Edith's eye passed us by, without bale,
fully destroying human life, for which we
are especially thankful; but the havoc to
cultivation and roofs she left in her wake
has not yet been properly estimated; one
can only guess at total losses when roads
are blocked by trees and landslides, telep,,
hone lines are partially wrecked, officials
are cautious. main power lines' are da,
maged, radios dead and WIBS Roseau

IAlthough Government had been im.
posing a partial news dimout through
secrecy, censorship and control, such total
silence must have dismayed ever the Min/
sisters. Some citizens with powerful
battery sets heard the hurricane bulletins
continuously and also heard the other
territories complaining that "no news was
forthcoming from Dominica so far."
Our poor little local transmitter, with no
standby generator, went off the air when
the CDC suspended electricity for the
public safety.
If Wednesday's dawn was dreaded,


was glad to hear of your interest. Bargain Houses
H ER A L D There was an Art SocietyofBargain Houses
:NT WEEKLY which a clever amateur, Mr Percy For Soufriere
Agar was President. I think no
)seau. Tel. 307 member of that Saciety ever exhibit- Workers
N CHARLES, Proprietor ed his work in the annual exhihit-
ions of contemporary art of Eirope L.Rose & Co. House
iS SAND ALLFREY or the United States, Scheme
- Colin Turser (London) Ltd. I believe it is entirely useless to e e
,Loudon W. I create societies which have not a Nine families in Sufee will
n 85.00 Country r6.00 foundation of Respect. Aspiration Nine families in Sufriere wil
e Mail) $7.50 without ability s useless next year move nto modern buga-
E-M rk 28,19B3 i --w_ Ifyhou ubt i I beg ye to look lows provided for them by L. Rose
rEMBEk a8, 19"3 Ifyou doubt it, I beg you to look interest-free rental
at the new issue of stamps designed and Co. on an inresree senior al
by some commercial draughtsnman mortgage basis. Nine senior em,
SES OVER by some commenrialdraughtshi an about pl-ycts will get these well-equipped
broad who knew nothing about two-bedroom houses for about $3.
Dominica and took no trouble to repayable over 5 to 7 years.
Thursday's wls welcome, for with it came find out . Note that his boat is 00s epayt able over s toe bare
wD np this amount only covets the bare
an end of visual blackout for the waiting n a Dominican boat, the parro cost of the materials all of which
not a Dominican. nor the frog one a dutyfree (fiported) by agre
people, few of whom had oil lamps and of ours. Scott's Head does ar dtyfreeifmpotted) byag
candles in sufficiency; but with th: second not resemble a bright green pin lots of land and all construction la
dawn came the reckoning. It was per/ cushion at all .. Dominica i, bour costs will be donated by the
ceived that millions of banana trees lay nearly all forest, containing very finecompany.
like dead soldiers on a battlefield; Dom trees. Toerc is no Mang, Saman, The houses, designed by Attorney
inca's monocrop economy, on whichthisGommier, Palmiste or any other Manager Thompson, each have two
newspaper has so frequently soundedno eve one oftree kinds large bedrooms, a central passage, a
newspaper has so frequently sounded a of balisier, on any stam.livin room and a kitchen (with
note of warning, had suffered a severe Since many people still believe link n running water). Central
blow, and many a poor mans weekly that Dominica is identical with San ly installed at the back is he show
paypacket had been blown out to sea by hDmi"ngo one stamp might well erlavatory. There will be a large
have borne an outline of the island c tor Tept i l bf alarin
high winds. Estimates of seventy, eighty with itsgeographica position. Every commonseptic tank for all nine
or even ninety per cent losses were forth- other country has lately realized the be reduced byte e of aluminium
coming from banana-growers in various value of stamps as national adver, corrugated roofing andconcrete block
stages of despondency. In the botanical tisements: Ours are regrettable. construction, A dampecourse is
gardens, massive saman trees were hurled We need a Ministr of fine Arts, provided and a circulating airspace
ou of the earth and flung about; galva- one who can at least recognisegood under the rcof will keep the houses
out of the earth and flung about; galva- work when he sees it. We have two cool as willalso tne small verand-
nized roofs had skimmed through the air; firstrate crafts better than any others ah.
breadfruit scattered wildly when the parent in the West Indies. Both could Major Thompson told our r.,
trees were felled by gusts; no bread was have been used on a stamp.po that the scheme is esmated
A dozen local pictures could r tarhe scheme is estimated
available because there was no, power have been assembled in thirty rin- itost a standard of$3 livmn and
so Hurricane Edith had harmed us utes suitable for stamps, bu nobo- hygie in the vilagerd of Solufriere
....It may be said that the Dominicani peow which will be an example tofothers.
It may be said that the Dominican peo, authority was asked to choose them. oundatio and site clearance will
pie (both privately and officially) accepted There is no future for show and un t immedia te cleae PWll
the imminence of a bad storm with a cer- snam, and until there is a standard r immedavailable and the PD bufirstldo
ain nonchalance, which was reflected by of xellnce there is no hoe for the house will (it is hoped) be ready for
future.We have something of va, occupation by the end of arch
the bands of teenagers who rambled the lue to tell thewhole world, but it is occupation by he ed of March
flooded streets of Roseau dressed in carni/ nothing which can be determined next year.
valia and Sparrow hats, waving branches by copying ard rate European pro. GIFT TO D.T.U.-The Dominica
and breadfruit, long before the final squalls ductions of any kind. I am afraid Trade Union has received fro ORIT
subsided, For after all, a hurricane is a we are getting wHe dese anoer of ift books, to be chosen fro
fantastic adventure, and it is good to be a list of fifty titles.-.(Contrib)
alive after it has passed over -even though
our island world is less fortunate than
you imagine.., and after the circus DUCKS! DUCKS! DUCKS!
comes the search for bread. (


o i t a u oe t


P f j, to nelp to pay a bulldozer on tna
People's Post road. I would like to call to the at-
tention of those in authority to go to
Correspondents are asked t( submit their fll names and addresses as those poor souls to weigh and means.
a guarantee of good faith, but not necessarily for publication Letters should a e the length and width of misery
beasshot as possible. Coneroversiai political letters will not pu throne lack ofa better
lished anonymously. Views expressed in People's Post do not necessarily from them, throngh lack of a better
reflect the policy ot the Edtor or the Proprietor. transport to Town.
(v Wudtob --c t----------h Petite Soufriere is liked by all
SA (v) Would it not be beneficial both strangers who already visited it, by the
The Petite Souf- to Government and the people them" goodness and loveliness of the villa.
-ir selves, if such a road would be con- gers. Before I thank for space al-
riere Road structed? lowed, I must congratulate hon.
Now, somewhere around 1961, a F. Laville and also Mr G. F. San,
Dear Madam,-- Your valuable rumour spread around stating that derson who gave his kind responsi-
and interesting paper have cause me P-Soufriere was going to get a mot- ability to collect that money from
to ask space under People's Post co- orable road from either Rosalie or hand to hand. I trust t h at the
lamn to publish a few words. Castle Bruce, and since then noth- people of Petite Soufriere will fur-
Before writing further, please per- ing more or less has been done, bes- their this letter in any of your .issue
mit me to ask one or two questions: ides some red painted figures, which of this paper which is known as
(i) When will Petite Soufriere get a one can be seen all along the old DOMINICA HERALD.
motorable road, (ii) Why cannot road from Rosalie to P-Soufriere. Thanks for space.
the village of PSoufriete get a mot- To my suggestions these marks were Yours respectfully,
etablk road for a better transport to only to fool the village people. On P. L. D., Roseau
market (iii) Is it just because it is hearing this rumour the people col,
not epresnted by a minister of Go- elected a total of $1,039.11. The On An Art Society
vetment, that the poor people can, Hon. Mr. Frobel Laville gave his
nat ga a motorable road, (iv) Will it great kind help by himself alone Dear Madam,
cost Government more or less to con, giving the people $5oo.o00 I read with inter-
struct a motorablejoad to that village These money were given to those est your letter in the Herald advocat-
or to lose that coming Election? in authority on December 1o; 1962 ing still another Art Society and


Improved rearing methods increase the number ofj
ducks. We used to lose a lot of baby ducks due to as-
pergillosis (cause by moldy litter). Now we raise all;
ducklings on wire floors and raise 100% of the hatch!
IWe used to feed our ducks the same feed as we feed their
Chickens. Then we discovered a special feed blended
Just for growing ducks. We import it ourselves from
America. Result: bigger ducks in less time.
On checking the cost of rearing our ducks we find its not
so high as it once was so we have reduced the prices
!of Sylvania-Fresh, ready-to-cook duckling to
Same Price As Chicken!

SSo why not try a new taste treat- Sylvania-Fresh
Duckling. They're tender, wholesome and good! 1
1Ask Mr. Hesketh at Phoenix; Miss Angle at Eli'si
or at Charles Self-Service for Sylvania Duckling;
If they are out of them, they can order one for you-or,i
Itry to reach us on the telephone:
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Sept. 28


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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1963 D


Two Dominican Poets and a small fee chat
and use the money
on the island, its ge
TO POETRY when coming into
pioch of business, it
When in my jo)y are drawing away tl
S with vacant mind owners of the variol
that's free from woe and toil right in front of the
When my soul does not recoil know who he is, d
And speaking
Into the past, to find themselves away.
Scenes that destroy my spirit Hardly a week goes
I turn to thee But in calculating
O Poetry. that tiny crack in tt
tickets are in there?
And when mishap customer is winning
Or sudden feas dern shopping beca
Or stores are also being
Shatter my stricken heart, It's an even be
whenever joys depart tween now and the
to be replaced by tears out with sliding sea
that handicap my being, the taxes on his em
th e in m cess since the keeping
I speak in theereveal his owninc
O Poetry! cate the citizenry or
to those businesses
When in Nature
I do behold
softness that soothes my soul; H
When I sigh for one whose role
In me is manifold-
Some sweet creature I could love-
You comfort me-
O Poetry!

I can. rejoice
Or wail through thee
forever; great the gift!
In joy or sorrow.you uplift
My soul to feel and see
Shakespeare and poets of great art-
O Poetry!
------------ GUDOK-0m i-H
Thoughts

The day shadows into the night
on which the spoils of yesterday have spun,
and the darkness pulses in the light Without practice
on which the toils of today and tomorrow breed, help, many thousar
while the soul broods the imminence of the grave, well as elderly an<
JOHN THOMAS would never get
than most, they u
---- -y-- scene, fresh interests
" O THEY SAY" their everyday ca
SOU THE S Y children from po,
in the crowded ci
BY BOB & RA Y given a holiday in t
by the sea.
Several people have asked lately whether Carnival will be permitted
again. Admittedly it is a thorny problem for some folks; however, to us Housewives A
it is the same as asking ifwe should tolerate banks simply because once in
a while they get robbed! Carnivals, like any other large public event, Some of these tov
must be managed by responsible groups-- and the overall plan should be almost nothing abc
approved by such public organ zations as police, fire, hospital and merch- One child whose 1h
ants. chester thought tI
It is not too early now to begin to plan the 1964 Carnival procedure, country side wa th
and such groups as the Jaycees and the Chamber of Commerce should it, thing she had ever
emize the rules and regulations. With just over three months to go before morning when hei
a printed program is to appear, there is much work to be done to make iday ended, she th
Carnival bigger, better yet safe and sane. spare clothes out of
We personally do not believe that simply by putting the WIBS radio make room for som
transmitter up at the Stock Farm, "island wide" radio coverage can be her back street h
achieved. If those in charge ofthe project ate serious in their desire to reach could grow someth
the majority of the families on Dominica, the transmitter should be locat- The Children's
ed somewhere near Pont Casse so the signal will be heard in places like run by the Wome
Marigot and Wesley. However, ifMarigot and Wesley never hear the I p.m. vice, depends for i
news, they are not missing anything. The usual person who reads this news goodwill and kit
report cannot possibly have such a miserable voice as he seems to have; it wives and mothers
must be the acoustic in the radio studio that make his sound like a crap- to act as hostesses to
aud in a rain-barrel. Every child is f
We overheard a discussion about the Roseau Market that was very by an organisation
interesting. Several of the chaps said there were plans for a new market up family backgroun
by the old hospital. One man said he'd seen the plans which called for child's family is
Income Tax, Central Housing and other departments in the main build p a mll sm
ing to house the New Roseau Market! There was even an area set aside board and tra
to park trucks and 5so cars; we hear. One wonders how many people its oa
would rather have the new market located outside Roseau. The large flat Farm Centre Fo
area opposite the CDC Ice Plant offers most advantages. But we have one
suggestion: if and when the old town market is to be abandoned, turn the Holidays are also
area into a parking place for vehicles. There should be gates in and out tain for old people


OMINIC HEADPAEFV


urged to enter. The Town Council could collect the fees
to keep the place clean. Wi'h so many vehicles now
eting more and more difficult to find a place to park
Roseau. Ifsome of the shops and stores have felt a
may be because those having better parking facilities
he trade. The cars and truck of the employees and
us shops had better find a different place to park than
ir own shops. It leaves no room for the customer, You
on't you? He is the fellow who makes it all possible!
Sof customers: the larger stores are beginning to give
Literally, in order to get more and still more customers.
by that we are not confronted with a new "give-away".
your chances of winning, take a look sometime, into
he barrel where they stuff the sales tickets! How many
ro,ooo? Ioo,ooo? or is it more like 200,000? But the
;. Winning what? Better service, lower prices, more mo-
use :n an effort to get the customer to "come in" these
competitive and competition always benefits the public.
et whether Dominica will have PAYE income tax be,
next election of ministers. The plan is nearly worked
li rates to make it easier for the employer to withhold
ployees. The change-over is bound to be a financial suc,
ig the records on his employees, the employer must also
ome and pay a tax on it! To those who must edu-
n how to set up the system it is a monumental task but
with two sets of books, it is a nightmare! So they' say.


folioay Centre For
"ripples In Britain
By Alec Forrest


:al and selfless or singly. This means collecting
Ids of children as money, making travel plans and
1 crippled people sometimes going with old people
a holiday. More to look after them during their hotl
need a change of iday. Often the members of old
and a break from Peoples' Clubs themselves save as
aes. Each year, much as they can each week for the
I 1 .


ar families li'ipg
;ties uf Britain are
he countryside or

s Ho;tess"s


holiday.
For crippled people, there is the
Winged Fellowship holiday scheme
Once a party of 13 badly disabled
people were given a holiday at
Grange Farm, Essex, a beautiful
spot owned by a London charity.


vn children know The experiment gave such excellent
out country ways. results that since then m-re than 360
home was in Man- disabled people have enjoyed two
he rich soil of the weeks' sty at this centre.
e most wonderful One woman, seeing how much
seen. So, on the better off she was than many others
r two weeks hol- stayed on to join the voluntary hel,
rew away all her pers who include housewives stu,
her hand bag to dent nurses and students from
e of it to take to many parts of the world.
loms so that she I -- --

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ir The Disabled Advertise In
arranged in Bri The HERALD
either in groupsThe lHIR L


The Marie Davis
Pierre Song
Recital

Our promised review of the Song
IRecital by Mrs. Mario Davis Pierre
and her choral grovp on Tuesday, Sept.
ember 8 has been unfortunately squeezed
out two weeks running, but as tht HER,
ALD feels thnt anyone brave and hope,
ful enough to put on a concert in Dom,
inica should be encouraged, we print the
reaiew so that those who did not come
may have some idea of the delihbts that
they missed.
The Marie Divis Picrre Song
Recital at the begiin,ng of thns nmn.h
was a success d'estimre, rather than a
box-office success, but those who
came had a most enjoyable evening
of musical comedy and popular
classics and showed their apprecia-
tion by their-applause. :., '
Theme note of the concert was
the successful musical comedy based
on G.B. Show's Pygmalion, "My
Fair Lady". The .overture. :of.this
musical was used as the overture to
the concert, being played on'the
piano by Margiucite Baseom accom-
panied by bass guitar,(Mr. S..CGe ri
ges) and drums (Mr. R. Richards).
Mrs. Bascom wasgthe accomipanist
throughout.
During the course of the veiing
eight songs. from My Fair Iady
were sung.. The.best knowiI..Aer,
ly", was sung by Miss. Joan PeCa-
berton (her first public appearance
apart from school concerts) with the
group singing the chorus. Other
soists witnthe choral group were
Miss Irene Davis whose sweetvoice
sang "I could have. da nc e d
all night" and the sonorous bass of
Mr. John Davis in "On thhe street
where you live".
Marie Davis Pierre, who itafted
singing in public in :Dominica in
the Gillbert and Sullivan Operettas
put on by the late Mrs. Elice Bellot,
took six months' voice training in the
U.S. in 1956 and again in England
in 1962. Even this small amount of
training has greatly enrich her alrea-
dy lovely voice and we understand
that she hopes to get more -in the
near future,
nVisely, sheIlchose songs which
are aheady known and loved among
the light classics --Gounod's "'Air
Maria", "I know that my Redee-
mer liveth" and "Our Father". In
lighter vein she sang "The lass with
the delicate air"'and the "'Cuckoo
Song" One:operatic aria, the Fib-
wer Song from Faust; was -ung
with well appreciated dramatic
emphasis.
The success of the choral gioup
is, of course, largely due to Mrs.
Davis Pierre who not only trained
them but also had the advantage of
having seon "My Fair Lady" when
she was in England.
This was excellent entertainment,
well compared (Francis Andre des-
cribed each song as he introduced
it) and well produced. If more
such concerts are given at supported
by the public the musical life of other-
wise arid Dominica will 'be much
enriched.
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DOMINICA HERA


.LD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1963


Mahatma Gandhi
A brief biography of the Famous Indian Leader whose birth
anniversary falls on October 2.
Part II
(Cont. from page 2)
Gandhiji knew that national nnity into the field of politics; and I cap
was impossible without a strong say without the slightest hesitat-or,
degree of racial, caste and religious and yet in all humility, that
co-operation, and he set himself to those who say that religion has noth-
break down some of the barriers of nig to do with politics do not
distrust between Hindus and Mus- know what religion means."
Ihms. We have come to the final phase
During the long bitter campaign after the attainment of Independence,
over Home Rule or Independence when riots and violence between
for India, Gandhi's diet consisted India and Pakistan were boiling
largely of ground-nut butter and over. Mahatma Gandhi was trying
lemons. He had a severe attack of to instill a new spirit of tolerance
dysen.ry at that time. To provide: and conciliaton, He had f.sted to
work for :le semi-starved, under- try and break the evil grip of blood-
employed women of India, he had shed, and as an English editorial of
persistently promoted the use of the the time said: "We have seen in
hand-spinning Wheel, and encour India at close quarters what ordin,
aged people everywhere in India to ary men can do in the height of
produce their own homespun cloth, spiritual exaltation. We have seen
From 192a Gandhi worked in close Indians accept privations silently in
association with the Congressleaders. thousands and despise the weakling
Nehti said that in the beginning who tried to retaliate. We should
Members looked upon Gandhi as watch with envy as well as hope,
respected crank, but in the end they in Western Europe, and in America.
preferred Gandhiji's plan because It has long been recognized that Mr.
it was the only poeible plan. Gand- Gandhi is wielding a force against
hi-always.believed that freedom and which no material weapons can
responsibility go together. After a prevail."
cettaminstage of his growing influence In a mounting atmosphere of
Gandhi had only to give a signal conflict, Gandhi was the still centre
anai dia was ablaze from end to of the whirlpool. He was impri-
end. Shri Kaka Kalelka Sahib soned with his wife in the Aga
said that 'it was Gandhi's influence Khan's Palace at Poona from 1942
that decided for the Nation that we to 1944 and during this time his
must join the Commonwealth.' devoted wife died in his arms.
Lord Halifax, one time Viceroy of When the voice of Gandhi's cons-
India, once described Gandhi with science was silenced by three bullets
some adiira-ion as 'the persismtent a4tcwei- worar'ocpurignifor
advocate of something that was quite the Pope and Archbishop of Can'
impossible administratively.' terbury, the President of the United
States, and the King of England.
Professor Gilbert Murray, the fa- On Thursday 29th January, 1948.
moius historian said of his friend, the last evemng of Bapu's hife,
Gandhi: "There was something Indira Gandhi, Nehru's daughter,
that you could never quite touch, came to see him and took her little
something that finally influenced boy. Gandhi played with the boy;
him. And you could fel a sort of then his own son, Devadas, called.
goodness about him. On the other The following day Mahatma
hand, like other saints who've taken Gandhi was anxious to get to the
to politics, he was an extremely prayer meeting at 5 o'clock in the
astute politician, and you had a feel- afternoon. Prayers were to be held
ing that you were up against some- on one of the Delhi lawns. At three
body, whose I don't like to use a minutes past 5 o'clock, Bapu came
harsh word but whose wiliness out of the house walking quickly,
or whose ingenuity would be much leaning on his companions; he was
more than a match for that of any smiling, dressed in his simple loin-
ordinary European." cloth. He climbed the steps of the
Among the closing words of his pavillion and raised his hand in
autobiography were:- "To see the greeting. Just then a thick-set man
universal and all-pervading Spirit dressed in khaki moved toward and
of Truth face to faie one must be fired shots. Gondhi remained stand-
able to love the meanest of creation ing for a few seconds and at once
as oneself And a man who aspires fell down. He was deadly He had
after that cannot afford to keep out come to Delhi (as Lord Mounbatten
ofany field of life. That is why said), "To attempt to break the pre
my devotion to Truth has drawn me vailinm bad communal atmosphere. I


I realized at this time it might prove the Roseau B o y's School
fatal, and I tried to dissuade him." with his CHOIR when I
Shortly before his death, Gandhi voiced that he was certainly
said during the terrible massacres be,
teen Muslims and Hindus:-"Never making a great contribution
lose faith in humanity A fw dirty in the community and he
drops cannot soil the ocean which looked very promising. My
hum; nity is." words have come to pass.
Shortly afterwards he undertook Through the years he raised
the I8th and last fast cf his life.
It was not the first time he had a highly efficient Musical
faced death. Early in life he had Family, his services to the
visited the home ofa wh te planter community in very branch
in South Africa and dclareJ: "I of Music Study have be-en
hear that you have requisitioned arms continuous, with schools,
in order to kill me. That is why I
hive come alore and in secret to bands, religious organizations
your house." The poor planter just and individuals throughout
stood there turned to stucn. But
eventually Bapu, who had aimed to -
live I25 years, was slain by an assa- s *-. ''.. --.---.-
ssin of his own country.
Gandhi was no darling of society. THE VA I
He was beloved of the poor, the I hli
mill-workers, the indigo workers
the Untouchables whom he tried to :
draw into the normal stream of comr CU G, PHILL
munity living. I feel that all the
labouring peoples of The West In' LA TEST
dies (and not only those of Indian
descent) should pay respect to Maha- Sewers corplel
tma Gandhi on this day. Thus on
their behalf I salute, 'as his birthday Fittings; Basins
approaches the great-souled man Spring
whom Brime Minister Nehru called Spring Mattresses
with affectionate devotion "that Shelf Bracketst To
weak little bundle of bones so fear- O H Brackets;,
less in every way." net Handles I C I
Gandhiji's voice is gravely missed dl "
in our world of today, Consider land Wire Netting;
what is happening throughout the
globe violence and threats of etc e
violence everywhere; yet surely L
through the clamour its echo is hear.
It is clear to me, at least, that the
ony ope o iappo1 k-1 11iriS wou'd WOn'rlip Qtrme -g n fa n'Ti
today is Gandhiji's way, which is )Leewar
also (curiously enough) the the
Christian way, the triumph of persisv 0olny O
tent gentleness over brute force. Between
- P.S.A. Stephen Cadman Sn


The Grammar
School Song
Sometime ago I a s ked
through the press to pay
TRIBUTE to Mr. Tommy
James for his achievement as
SAILOR/OFFICER and son of
the soil. So I am asking
that TRIBUTE BE PAID to
none other than Mr, L. M.
Christian for his great ability
and service tothe community
in the field of Music.
I remember late in 1944
chairing a concert at


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Manager & Attorney
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Dominica. Now a historic
point has given rise to his
name probably never to be
effaced from Dominica by
honest minded le a d e r s:-
It was in 1947 (e ar 1 y in
January) when Mr, & Mrs.
Grason o f t h e Dominica
Grammar School went to
him in Field Lare, Rcs:au at
his residence and asked him,
because of t h e confidence
they had in him, to COMPOSE
to match t h c LYRIC -
Cant. on page 9



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and
Roxen Mac Dowell Robin

AUCTION NOTICE


Plaintiff



Defendant


ADJOURNED SALE

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 of
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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PAGE ELEVEN


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1963


French United
Opposition
Left/wing parties in France
are uniting to confront Pre.
sidenc de Gaulle with a
combined o p p o s i t i o n.
Eleven hundred politicians
met last Sunday to plan
their strategy at St. Honore/
Les/Bains. The move is
regarded as the first organised
attempt to choose a joint
candidate for the next French
presidential elec t i o n. At
the meeting's banquet, radi-
cal leader Maurice F a u r e
urged a platform of "Euro-
pean and Social Humanism
to offer serious and coherent
opposition" to the Gaulllist.
Parliamentary maj o r i t y.-
CP.


Greek Orthodox
And R. Cs.
Speaking in Athens, Greece, the
head of the Greek Orthodox
Church has turned down Papal ap-
peals for Unity with the Roman
Catholic Church, calling the R.C
Church centralistt and absolutist,
Archbishop Chryssostomos said:
"'the Orthodox world will never
be disposed to accept the infallibility
o the Pope (CP)
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Trinidad & Toba-
go Admitted To
PAHO
Trinidad and Tobago has be-
come the 26th member-nation of
the Pan American health Organiz-
ation (PAHO). (USIS)


Applications For
Liquor Licences
To the Magistrate Dist. "G" &
the Chief of Police.
I, MRS. MURIEL SEBASTIEN now
residing at Colihaut Parish of St.
Peter do hereby give you notice that
it is my intention to apply at the
Magistrate's Court to be held at
Portsmouth on Wednosday, the 2nd
day of October 1963, ensuing for a
retail LIQUOR LICENCE in respect or
my premises at Colihaut Parish of
St. Peter.
Dated the 17th day of Sept., 1963
MURIEL SEBASTIEN
Sept. 21 28.
To the Magistrate Dist. "E" & the
Chief of Police.
I, SEIGNORET LAUDAT now residing
at Coulilistric Parisb of St. Joseph,
do hereby give you notice that it is
my intention to apply at the Magis,
trate's Court to be held at Roseau on
Wednesday, the 2nd day of October
1963, ensuing for 4 retail LIQUOR
LICENCE in respect of my premises at
Coulibis'ie Parish of St. Joseph.
Dated the 9th day of Sept. 1963
SEIGNORET LAUDAT
Sept. 21-28
The Magistrate Dist. "E" & the
Chief of Police
I, ALIXFORD DANIEL now residing
at Coulibistrie Parish of St. Josep.
do hereby give you notice that it is
my intention to apply at the Magis-
trates's Court to be held at Roseau
on Wednesday, the 2nd day of Oct-
ober 1963, ensuing for retail LIQUOR
'd'c'-ti'irripccr oLypremises at
Coulibistrie Parish of St. Joseph.
Dated the 6th day of Sept. 1963.
ALIXFORD DANIEL
Sept. 14-28

To the Magistrate District "E"
and Chief of Police
I, DELIMA NICHOLAS now resid-
ing at Mahaut Parish of St. Paul
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 LIQUOi
LICENCE in respect of my premises
at Mahaur Parish of St, Paul.
Dated the 21st day of August
1963.
DELIMA NICHIOLAS
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
retail LIQUOR' LICENCE in respect
of my premises at Macoucherie
Parish of St. Joseph.
Dated the 4th day of September
1963.
H.D. SHILLINGEORD
Sept. r4-28 ,


MELVILLE HALL ESTATE

COMMONWEALTH DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

Collections of wet cocoa beans (1963,64 crop) will


commence in the following
stated hereunder:
AREA

North
Toucari Bay
Portsmouth Agric. Centre
Vieille Case
La Souce
Melville Hall Estate
Woodford Hill Village
Londonderry Agric. Centre
Windblow
Melville Hall Estate
WEST
Layou Agric, Centre
Coulibistrie
Goodwill Cocoa Depot
SOUTH


areas on the dates and times


HOURS OF
COLLECTION

8 am-12 noon)
8 am -12 noon)
8 am-12 noon)
8 am -12 noon)
12 noon-4 pm)
8 am-12 noon)
8 am-12 noon)
8 am-12 nocn)
12 noon-4 pm)

8 am-12 noon)
8 am-12 noon)
8 am- 4 pm )


DATES



Tues 8th Oct.
and thereafter
fortnightly


Wed,. 9th Oct,
and thereafter
fortnightly

Tues. 1st Oct.
and thereafter
fortnightly


To theMagistrate Disc. "G" & the Grand Bay Agric. Centre 8 am-12 noon) Mon, 30th Sept
Chief of Police.
I, EUGENIE PAUL, now residing at Soufriere 8 am-12 noon) and thereafter
Paix Bouche, Parish of St. Andrew, Goodwill Cocoa Depot 8 am-4 pm ) fortnightly
do hereby give you notice that it its EAST / ) Fri. fh Oct.
my intention to apply at the Magis- E ) Fri. 11 Oct.
rate's Court to beheld at Portsmo, Castle Bruce Estate 12 noon-4 pm) and thereafter
uth on Wednesday, the znd day of La Plaine Agric, Centre 8 am-12 noon) fortnightly
Oct. L6, ensuing for a retail LIQo Growers are advised that wet cocoa will be received
UOR LICENCE in respect of my pre-
mises at Paix Bouche, Parish of St. only between the times stated, Trucks will only collect
Andrew. cocoa at the above mentioned points and will on no account
Dated this ioth day of Sept. 1963. stop elsewhere on the road.
EliGENIE PAUL CVnlmolo Orn nVl I--ht 4- ...I .. ...........
S^ept. 14-- N 2- -or-ai uinf t Wfily It tl uladil5s Will a8 ac-
04- 2' cepted, Pods can be harvested one or two days before the
St M day of collection but they must not he cut open until the
To the Magistrate Dist. 'rF" & the morning Of collection.
Chief of Police. morning of collection.
I, WELBY RYAN now residing at By law all growers must be in possession of a produce
Castle Bruce Parish of St. David license.
do hereby give you notice that ;t is Price for the 1963,64 cocoa crop will be 10 cents per
my intention to apply at the Magis- 15 until further notice.


rate's Court to be held at Grand
Bay on Wednesday, the 2nd day of
October 1963, ensuing for a retail
LIQUOR LICENCE in respect of my
premises at Castle Bruce Parish of
St. David.
Dated the 23rd day or August
1963,
WELBY RYAN.


Quiet Start For Princess
At the request of Queen Elizabeth, Princess Anne
was spared the :I in of publicity at the stzrt of her first
term as a boardder at Benenden School last week. (CP)


Two great rival
big idea now is that


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Manager


SepW. 21-28


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Frank -- And Ted Dexter


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Captains chat-and all England sees them on Television. The
before long we shall be saying "Sir Frank Worrell".


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PAGE EIGHT

Acting G.J.
The Secretary of State has been
pleased to appoint Mr. Justice Percy
Lewis to act Chief Justice of the
Windward .nd Leeward Islands
from the Ist October, 1963, during
the period of vacation leave granted
to Mr. Justice F. E. Field, the sub,
stantive holder of the post of Chief
Justice.

NOTICE
It is notified for general
information that the sanita-
tion Committee of the Roseau
Town Council will be making
a (eier I inspection of Bake-
ries, Parlours, Cake shops
Ice cream shops and earated
water factories, during the
period 30th September to 5th
October.
All persons concerned are
warned to govern themselves
accordingly.


DOMINIC-I HIL-I

WANTED
ONE TYPIST
With some experience in
a commercial house
Apply To Box 101
Sept. 2 -
DON'T LET

COUGHS COLDS

ROBYOUR
LITTLE ONES
OF NEEDED

REST
When such fast relief comes with the first
sip of JACK & JILL COUGH SYRUP, the kid-
dies' very own remedy. It tastes so good,
they lick the spoon. Clears up those pesky
coughs so fast that it Is cherished by de-
voted Mothers in every Province. Contains
that all-Important Vitamin C that kiddies
,need more of In feverish conditions.
WIT:ITLM I SYRUP
WITH VITAMIN C


Cruise Liner "Kungsholim"

The KUNGSHOLM motor tour will leave the
ietty at 0950 Monday October 21st. Drivers
interested in participating should register at
L. Rose & Co. Ltd, Shipping Dapartment, be-
fore noon Thursday 17th October,
L. ROSE & Co Ltd
AGENT Swedish American Line

............... ... .............. ........................ ........

AELVILLE HALL ESTATE
Experienced mechanic required to resid, at Malville
Hall to take charge of estate machinery, mainly diesel.,
S Salary will depend on experience,
S Free house, lights and water.
Provident Fund Scheme. 3 weeks annual leave.
Ipply: Manager,
i ~Melville Hall Estate (CDC)
j Sept. 28. Oct. 5..

nmAUAAIP WA aRnSi/


iNOUIIEL EU DBANAN I unuwcnf
i BANANA PRICES
Banana Growers are notified that consequent upon
Ithe reduction of the U.K. Green Boat Price by 3, 10s, to
63, 15s. per ton effective 23rd September, 1963, the
price payable for bananas from that date will be as
'follows:
SAt Reception Stations 5,0 per Ib.
SAt Southern Buying Points 4.40 per lb.
i At Northern Buying points 4.280 per Ib.
i A. D, BOYD
1 General Manager
Dominica Banana Growers Association
20th September, 1963.
f Sept. 28

FOR SALE
Bedford Taxi No. 1474, 9 months Service
(Good Condition)
Contact:
ROSINGTON HUSSEY, Goodwill Road.
Sept. 28
i 11. . i. .. i I I 1 i* i 1


Classified Advt.
SEMPERi RlYRES
Sand
TUBES I1 STOGK
750 x 20
700 x 20
750 x 16
650 x 16
600 x 16
640 x 13
Very attractive prices
S.P. MUSSON, SON
& CO. LTD.
Corner Queen Mary &
King Geo. V Street
Roseau
July 27-

FOR SALE
"Weeks" 31 tons All Metal
Dumping Trailers
With Duty S1200,00
Without Duty - $995 00
Otler Size etc. are also /aiiabic
J. ASTAPHAM, & CO. LTD,
Appliance Dept.
Alg. 24. .- Oct 12


SA'i JRDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1963


NEWS BOYS !! OPPORTUNITY IS KNOCKINGi
S Says Addison Colaire (Circulation Manager)
E Emile V. Joseph showed fine form on his appointment as Assis,
tant Circulation manager and created history by getting four newi
SAgents in his first two days. Fantastic Joe.
Old E'die Jarvis is still in the lead for that dress shirt with!
SEdward Olive, Lennox Daily close behind, i
t Here are the present standings!
Edward Jarvis 100 i
Lennox Daily 80
Edward Olive 80
I Edward Hill 70
adMy next target is increasing circulation in the Eastern District5
and prospective agents are invited to write to me PERSONALLY.(
Starting Oct. 1st. ONE CRATE COCA COLA to first News boy to selli
400 copies of the HERALD in any one month.
I Thought of the Week 'It isn't what you know about selling that
counts -its what you do.' Emile V. Joseph is my personal Assistant r
Circulation Manager with full authority to DO or GO with News boys
(or make any decision on my behalf for the benefit of the DOMINICA.
*HERALD. ,
, To all our agents, standby for increase in circulation and better
1NEWS. And finally a thought for all 'All men are born equal, but!
,after that they are on their own' I I
,THINK POSITIVELY AND THINK CONSTRUC-
TIVELY.
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AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING HARDWARE STORES
L. A. DUPIGNY Esq.,
J. W. EDWARDS
C. G. PHILLIP & COMPANY
T. D. SHILLINGFORD


PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY J, MAIGARTSON CHARLES, THB HERALD'S PRINTBRY, 31 NEW STREET, ROSEAU, DOMINICA, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 1963


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