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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: October 5, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Dominica -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Dominica
 Notes
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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ESTABLISHED 1955 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963


MINISTER OBJECTS

Graduation At P.M.H. 26 Awards
THE POSTPONEE NURSES' graduation ceremony on
SThursday night at the Princess Margaret Hospital was "Flora" A
not all seriousness. High spots were an amusing playlet
depicting the horrors which would happen in hospital life At midday on
if there were no ward-maids, the light-hearted speech of of "Flora" was
'ie S. M. O., Colonel Foster, and the playing ,of the some energy ravagi
toen Haiti she was
National Anthem by Matron Dorival on her violin: low again on hcr wa
spot was a verbal attack by Social Services Minister Stevens province of Orien
against the press in general and the Dominica Chronicle in U.S Naval Baseof
particular. The Chronicle in its editorial of last Wednes, Edith had, a fev
day had made some searching remarks about Nurses and Fired on the shore
their training and hospital conditions in Dominica, asking Dominican (Rpub
why Government had not yet published the Swaby report ident for 30 year
t;' hese subjects. posed by a militai
htiary dictatorship
Trained Dominicans HERE! money for the latter had just since the same torship
since the same thi
now been made available. in Honduras-scer
Both Matron Dorival ad These speeches were pre of indirect U.S. i
the Social Services Minister ceded by the Nurses Song, lefwing President
made complimentary charmingly sung, and by the Little further ne
references to Surgeon Des- n.la1y -" r,- Martinique where
mond Macintyre FRCS for Ma Rodieph in heromle, cops 6
Rodolphehis home razed. An observe
returning to serve his home, report made particular refe/ Martinique this w
land, and to Dr. Winston rence to the good work done ald that the devai
who (said Matron)kept the by Pharmacist Alexander, he air was appalli
surgical department going and laid stress on bringing cia the power
for over two years. The up the standardof nursing passedover he N
up the standard of nursing in Dennery was su
Minister stated that a special, M. H. to regular S. R. N. flooding and in
list course abroad was being heights so that the nursing the residents had
arranged for Dr. Winston school would have a recog. in the town hall a
and that Government was nised reciprocal status. of the seawall.
doing everything to secure and Grenada included
out, severe crop
retain the services ofDomin, Major Thompson's Trophy roads blocked by
icans trained overseas for this the gale-force wi
territory. Referring to the His Honour the Administrator by the PWD had
nonfurnishing of the T. B. was Chairma of the ceremony within 48 hours.
LA l T b.. .. .....-I with i


Wing, the Minister said he
was sure the nurses were not
too vexed, as they could use
it f o r various functions.
He said that when Dr.
Watty was Acting S. M. O.
he had g6ne into the question
of salaries of the Leewards
being higher than those of
the Windwards with a com-
mission appointed by the late
Fedeial, Government and that
now both rates were on a
par.' "The people should
not always accept things that
are written in those newspa,
pers," said the Mipister,
Laundry Improvements Wanted
In her year's report on
Hospital activities, Matron
mentioned the need for im
provements to the laundry,
and for equipment of the new
Nurses' hostel with various
amenities. She was assured
by the Hon. Minister that


na MVIrs. Luvca.c UiIIIUUIte tn
certificates, badges and pr zes:
Major Thompson presented his
own trophy and ba'de. There was
also a talk by Ward Sister B. Ric-
hards on the Nursing Council in
Britain, during which she described
Course for senior staff nurses.
The S.M.O. Co!orel Foster de-
livered a witty and diplomatic ad-
dress, and a vote of thanks, by Mrs.
Shirley James, an outstanding prize-
winner, was seconded by Junior
Ntrse C. Douglas in a delightful
and simple manner.
Following are the successful
trainees:-
General Nursing 1962
Nurse R. Laurent, Pass; Nurse S.
James, Pass; Nurse C.Prosper, "Pass;
Nurse S. Royer, Credit.
State Finals 1963
Nurse M. A. Brookes, Credit;
Nurse M. Bellony, Pass; Nurse A.
Lecointe, Pass; Nurse B. John,
Credit; Nurse S. Plenderleith, Pass;
Nurse J. Gregoire, Credit; Nurse
E. Shillingford, Credit; Nurse A.
LeBlanc, Pass.
(Cont. foot next column)


Zanzibar
Independ
The Islandof Zar
independent on D
State Exai
liminary Pa
Nurse N. Felix,
Coipel. Pass; N
Pass; Nurse D.
Nurse F. Christia
Thomas, Pass; N
Pass; Nurse T.
Nurse M. Henders
Midwifery T
Nurse S. Chevalh
C. Bellot, Pass; N
Credit; Nurse U
SMidwifery T
Nurse R. Laurent
James, Credit; N
Pass; Nurse S. R
Major Thonl
& B
Nurse Angela R


TO PRESS CRITICISM

State Of Emergency In Tobago

Thirty Six Dead: Water Shortage
attacks Cuba
In the holiday island of Tobago, ravaged by Hurri-
Friday latest news cane "Flora" on September 30, 36 persons are reported
that, having lost dead and a state of emergency has been declared due to
ing already strife- shortages -water, food, clothing and housing although
picking up force the people were reported on Thursday night to be -calm.
ay to the southern
ie. Cuba, and the Appeals Launched of Spain; H.E. the Govern/
Guatanamo Bay. or, British Guiana; Mr. C.F.
w days earlier, ex, In Grenada Hon. Chief B r d
:s of Haiti and the Minister Blaize started offthe eauregar, Secretary General
'lic where Premier TobagoRelief Fund with a are Organisat i o n;
irelyectedPrre mierTobago Relief Fund with a Chief Minister, Grenada;
freely elected Pres, donation of $ioo whilst the
s had been donation of $ whilst the Premier of Barbados; Chief
ry junta. The mi, Grenada Branch of the Red Minister, St. Vitcent; Minis,
fever iscatching Cross is collecting clothing ter of External Affairs, ainm
ing has happened and gifts; a Bingo Party has aica; and .H.th At m
ne a few years ago been arranged in St. Pauls to a and t t
intervention against raisemoney for relief. St. strator, St. Lucia.
Arbrz. Vincent Red Cross branch E IN TH
ws has come from lauchedan a al to helE IN E NEW
thousands are lached an appeal to help
stroyed and houses -ine Sf.rers or l artnilque I155 FK Awiiam,
ver who few over and 18 'parcels of supplies Woman Educational Advisr
eek told the Her- have already been flown to U. K. Dept. of Technical Co-
ation seen from rderae e re operation, visited here for 3 days,
taton seen from Fort-de-France. TheFrench surveyed education, also saw crop
ailedIn as EdLu Consul in St. Vincent assisted and other damage by Edith; imr
rth of the island; the Red Cross with transport pressed by people's fortitude *HON.
objected to severe of gift material. A further C.M. LeBlacc returned Sunday
from CARIBO Conference in
Soufriere most of appeal in St. Vincent is from CARIBO C*nference in
d to take refuge "Tobago needs your help PuertoRico WENDELLeft We
fer the destruction -o ou prence, Asst. Dir. Works, lefi Wed,
Flora's damage to NOW* nesday for nine-month course in
al power black- Public Administration at UWI,
damage and many Sympathy Only From Dominica Jamaica PUBLIC Health nursing
falling trees from course in Barbados is now being
ids. Smart work In Dominica the Red followed by Health Visitors Nurses
d the roads clear Cross has notified London M. Lundell and L. Norris and
that we here are not in need Distict Nurses L. Guiste and D.
Sr r f Musgrave -- all on PAHO fellow,
of urgent relief but may ships BRITISH Council, Trim-
want help for banana growers dad, welcomed new Asst. Repre-
impoverished by Hurricane sentative Derrick Aspinall and wife
lence "Edith". No appeal for Pat recently, to succeed Paul Hill
STobago or Mrtinique has, as *REGIONAL Controller for
\ CDC, Mr. G.I. FirmstonWilliams,
nzibar will become yet been launched: a meet, arrived baro.dos last month to re-
ecember io (CP) ing of the Committee is being place retiring controller Mr. A. C.
held next week. Grieve Flamingo" illustrated
minations Pre- No islandwide appeal for magazine director P. R. G. Hornsby
rt 11- 1963 the stricken islands has been arrived n Dommica Thursday to
Credit; Nurse made by the Government of range for dtrbution and sale of
urse M. Williams, y te Gov t o mis bright paper here ASTA-
Liverpool, Pass; Dominica although messages PHAN'S September Prize Give-
n, Pass; Nurse H. of sympathy were despatched away of $5oo was won by salesman
.urse T. Andrew, to Martinique and Tobago I. F. PachecoofGoodwill *JODIE
Frederic, Credit; by H. H. the Administrator. Lynn (Mrs. Joan Mancini), New
on, Distinction. Messes of smpath wer York actress, model and artist stay-
essag o sympathy wereinghere on vacation visited th
raining 1962 however received in Domin, Catib Reserve Thursday* "BABA"
er, Credit; Nurse ica after Hurricane "Edith" Butler appointed Superintindent of
4urse E. R. James, and acknowledged by His Government Packing Plant.
. Georges, Credit- Honour from:-- -
raining 1963 H. H. the Administrator, WHATP NO CONFERENCE?
SPass; Nurse S. Grenada; Netherlands Am,
Turse C. Prosper, bassador, Port of Spain; Sir John Stow, Governor of
oyer, Credit. Hon. Slater, Minister of La, Barbados, has been in London for
t bour and Social Services, St. several days and is reported to have
psn Trophy bour and Social Services, St. saidthat the October meetingof
ladge Vincent; Mrs. Davie-Smith, Little 7 will not be possible because
oberts. St, John's Ambulance, Port of all the preparatory work tobbc done.


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PRIICE mR~







SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963


SN Hampshire Avenue, North Wash I where they were analysed by a com,
MENTAL HEALTH NOTES i-gton D C. It is te to hoped that puter and results flashed back to
countries in the Caribbean will be Bristol almost immediately.
Mental Care A Measure of Civilisation included. $60, Neosi
The centre will compile director' $600,000 Neuros
The British Minister of Health, Mr. Enoch Powell, stated recently that ies of psychiatric services, doctors To end up in Fghter vien, it is
there was no better way of as.rssing civilisation of a community than the vay and hospitals, determine there sources reported ih it film star Montgomery
it lIoked after its mentally sick. It was the duty of the Minster of Health, available for combating mental ill- Clift suffered from anxiety complex
he added, to see th It Britain had no reason to be ashamed of its pcr.orma- ness, provide information for mental -
nce in "the most acid test of all" caring for people whose mental,health investigators a n d promote
affliction excited fear or aversion. research on mental health.
The occasion was at the centenary ordinary drug supply companies, Mental Retardation
of Broadmoor Hospital, Berkshire, are alleged to produce "religious There was a conference to
- an institution for mentally afflict, exaltation". The sad thing is that coordinate a programme to com-
ted men and women detained for alcohol is to most humans only a rbat mental retardation at Warrenton
serious crimes. He announced a nice stimulant; a small minority un- 'Virginia sn September 19 and 20.
plan to spend $6,oo0,ooo over the fortunately have both a compulsion This was announced in Washing-
next five years to improve the hospi, and an allergy to drink and these ton last month by President Ken,
tal. are the ones that become alcoholics. nedy and aims to integrate Federal
Alcohol And Crime State Programmes. Pr e
c Alcoholism Prevalent A greit deal of research has al,
Recently the Barbados Choir In countries where alcoholism ready been undertaken to discover
gave a recital at the Mental Hospi- has been studied statistically, it is means to combat congenital mental
tal whieh was also listened to by found that between 8 and 20% of deficiency and some forms are al,
the prisoners in the goal. It is a very the population are confirmed alcoh, ready capable of correction by har-
distressing comment that the majority olics. Ifwe took ro% as the fig- mone-or drug adminmstation. The
of prisoners were "in" for wound- ure for Dominican this would mean British Medical Research Council
ing or violence in almost every that we have as mnch as 6,o00 al- recently announced an expansion of
case whilst under the influence coholics (out of a total adult popu- facilities which included a unit at
ofrum. In other words, t h e i r latio of 25,000) The imagination London University for human bid-
crimes were committed during the boggles at the prospect, and we chemical genetics research to inves-
"temporary insanity" of drunkness. trust that no such figure will ever tigate means of correcting genetic
Alcohol is one of the comparatively be justified when the Mental Health or "inborn errors" that have been
few drugs that can easily penetrate the Association tackles the subject. responsible for mental disorders and
brain-blood barrier: others are heroin, reti
morphia, marihuana, opium, tran, New Mental Health Centre Tcetinsm.
quilizers, barbiturates, mescaline, The Pan-American Health Or, Teltar Diagnosis
LSD z5.and psilocybin. Incidental. ganisation informs us that a new cen, .Recently the Telstar satellite
ly none ofthelastefie have ever been tre to classify and collect information .was used for brain signals from
known to be productive of crime, on mental health in Latin America electrodes measuring currents in a
indeed the last three (only one of has been opened at the Sanitary patient's brain from Bristol to the
which is obtainable \through the Bureau's headqiuaters at 1So0 New Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, U.S.A
Reunion Of Trained Scout Leaders From
-JuAOver The Wo.d-


PAGE TWO
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enriched with
vitamins A and D


With the Chief Scout of Britain and the Commonwealth, Sir
Charles Maclean, are (left to right): Mohammed N o o r d i n, from
Kuala Lumpur, Malaya; Ho Wai Foon from P e n a n g, Malaya, and
Bernard Fernandez, Boy Scout Commissioner for Singapore.
This was one of the many memorable moments and meetings during
the annual reunion of the Ist Gilwell Park Group held at Gilwell Park,
Chingford Essex, England recently.
Entry to this famous group, the largest in the world, is open to all
Scouters who have successfully completed the Boy Scout Wood Badge
course, to train leaders for the Boy Scout movement.
A mass camp fire, one of the traditions of the reunions, was held on
the final Saturday night, followed by a barbecue.


Milk is an essential part
of a well balanced diet, a
source of energy and health.
NESPRAY is full-cream
cow's milk in its most con-
venient form. Just mix the
exact quantity you want
when you want it... there's
no waste, no spoiling. For
perfect health, drink deli-
cious, refreshing NESPRAY
daily.


THE SAFE MILK GUARANTEED BY NESTLE,


causing costly delays during the
filming by Universal Pictures of
"Freud". Universal sued the insur-
ance Company for $600,ooo US
but settled out of court for a smaller
(unstated) sum. An anxiety neuro-
sis worth $600oo000 is really
SOMEThING.


DOMINICA HERALD


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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963 DOMINIC 4 HJEKALD


SORRY



NO PRIZES!


FOLKS!



NO GIFTS


NO SALES GIMMICKS


BUT


We do offer you a fine selection of groceries at down-to-the-bone prices


CROSSE & BLACKWELL CONDENSED SOUPS:-
Tomato, Cream of Tomato, Chicken & Green Pea,
Beans with Bacon, Cream of Chicken
Canadian Sardines
Cap Meat Balls 1 Ib. tin
Chef Corned Beef Loaf 7 oz. & 12 oz. tins at 40 & 55 cents
Cheese Trix & Bacon Krisps
Dutch Rindless Cheese
Fancy Pink Salmon lb& & 1 tb tins at 60 cents & $1.20
Irish Chopped Ham Loaf 12 oz. tins
Jubilee Corned Beef 12 oz. tins
-Kam, & KUlIk 12o. ------
Kraft Sliced Carrots 15 oz. tins
Lyons Tea Bags
Mon Jardin Medium Garden Peas 7 oz. & 15 oz. tins at 17 &
Mixed Vegetables 15 oz. tins
Peas & Carrots 7 oz. & 12 oz. tins at 20 cents & 37 cents
Morey Vienna Sausages 4 oz. tins
Ham Paste 3- oz. tins
Meat Paste 3- oz. tins
Miracle Shortening i t Pkt.
Plum Cocktail Sausages 8 oz. tins
Robinson's Patent Barley & Patent Groats 8 oz. tins
Ravioli With Beef & Tomato Sauce Ready To Serve 1 lb tin
Supper Club Shoestring Potatoes
Smac Luncheon Meat 7 oz. & 12 oz, tins at 40 cents & 55 cents per tin
Salada Tea 4 oz. & 2 oz. pkts, 35 cents & 20 cents
Table Butter (Australian) 12 oz. tins 77 cents 1 lb tins $
Fresh New Zealand 4i; pkt,
Unox Boneless Cooked Smoked Cottage Butt 1 tl tin
Fillet Of Ham 4 tb tin $
Hunting Sausage 7 oz, & 12 oz, tins at 35 cents & 50 cents
Meat Balls In Gravy 7 oz. tins
Liver Paste 31 oz. tins
York Fancy Keta Salmon i tb tin
Yeatman's Jams Apricot, Blackcurrant, Raspberry, Strawberry


20 cents per tin
14 cents per tin
60 cents


65 cents per tin
60 cents per bt
55 cents
55 cents
55 elts,------
35 cents
35 cents per box
27 cents
30 cents
30 cents
20 cents
15 cents
25 cents
35 cents
50 cents
60 cents
35 cents per tin


1,00
25 cents
$1,00
$5. -


cents
cents
cents
cents per jar


After all, thinking it over, we are actually offering EVERYONE, EVERYDAY


Cash prizes by way of substantial savings


in the purchases of food items.


(9( 3TPn


Oct. 5-12


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PAGI FORDMNCAHRL ATRAOTOE ,16


DOMINICA HERALD
AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY

31 New Street. Ros au. T 1. 307
Published by I. MARGARTSON CHARLES, 'rrI'p'i:tor
Editor MRS. PHYLLIS SAND ALLFREY
U.K. & European I presen!atfive Coin Turer (Lotiuon) Itd.
122, tShafiesbunrv ,A ve, o,,onI W. I
Annual 't.bscriptonis : own 8500 C0'tn'ry 86 ()
Overseas (Surface Mail) 87.50
SATURDAYY, OCTO BEi 5, 193


BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN TROUBI

UST A LITTLE OVER tw-nty miles to to offer our aid and our pity to Mar
the South of Dominica lie; at:other in her deep distress?
ir land over which many a citizen of Although the Chief Minister
is territory has flown, admiring from even spend money on sending a p
lm skies the cultivated fields, we!l-kept cable tro.n Puerto Rico to his own
ads and n:at villages smiling under the lation we would expect those C
n. Our French sister island Martinique meant men, several with French/sot
is been grievously sicken by the vndic, surnames, to have the international
re onslaught of that Mrdusa Edith, while of charity which would inspire a g
e were spared the infliction of dearh, beau geste rather than a mere
sease and maiming. OCr homes stand message of sympathy.
rgely intact, but thousands of Martini' Poor fellows, they still delude
aans have no roofs over their buffeted selves that they are a "Laour C
i ads. .ment" but in our view they are
While it is true that Martinique and of the kind. A true Labour C
uadeloupe are part of Metropolitan ment would have encouraged
ance, and wearea dependent British members, however scarce, and also
rrtory, it is valid to say that the good trade unions and benevolent associ
ough roughedeup earth of Dominica to make an international gestu
Id the painfully despoiled earth of practical sympathy, however h
artinique did (and still do) nonrish the How can a territority be a o
me kinds of peoples; at one time, indeed, member of CARIBO and stand aside
ring tempestuous historical battles, we .T- n h-o. A;,r Tr I
are a common nationality and the Pary ofBritain has called for
ench left with us their patois, their GOVERNMENT through the United N
aceful ways and other attributes which That is a cry to rouse the narrowest
: absorbed into the blood of our inhabi- called Labour partisans to some ki
its. We do not overlook the sufferings global feeling, and alongside this a
lovely little Tobago, and support the the British Labour Party has call
peals for aid to her, broadcast from more help for underdeveloped co
renada and other sources. In our opinion the two aims are
It was particularly moving to hear that comitant.
r. C. F. Beauregard, Secretary General A far
CARIBO, himself a Martiniquan, had A while ago, some
it a message offering help to the people wealthy Martiniquan students gaN
ominica whose crops have been sum ot 880 to the now defunct W
minic p dies Youth Trust Fund; their mu
ned; and even more so to learn that the
Lucia Workers Union has launched came here and gave a concert for us
appeal to help the workers of Martini out reward. They did this out o,
e. That is true rernity.of Martini, youthful kindness and good fellow
e. That is true faternity. Can we Dominicans stand by at
Are we not all brothers and sisters n we Doinicns snd by
S1 nothing at all fer our neighbour s
der our multicoloured skins, after all g r nigh
ave not we in Dominica more in co ique, for our brothers and sisters acr
n with the Martiniquan people than channel, who are part of that unified
ibbean towards which men and '
th many another distant land? Ought of vision aspire
not even out of our f~l d of visin air
eeof vision aspireg


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People's Post
Correspondents are arked t( submit their full names and addresses as
a guarantee of good faith, but not necessarily for publication Letters should
be as short as possible. Controversial political letters will not be pub-
lished anonymously. Views expressed in People's Post do not necessarily
reflect the policy ot the Editor or the Proprietor.


Tribute To
Agriculturists

Dear Mr. Editor,
It was with
great interest that I followed in one
of your August issues the report
of Miss O'Laughlin .on the Econo-
mic Potential of Dominicas
The old adage of Mahomet and
the mountain has been adopted by


the Agricultural, Department; and
for their indefatigable effort to
encourage the agricultural develop-
nent of the Reserve and the island,
I would be grateful, on behalf of
my parishioners, for your publica-
tion of my appreciation and
gratitude.
The Agricultural Department has
seen the great need to educate farm-
ers, and in spite of many hardships
and difficulties they have emerged


cheerfully to impart some
new techniques and more
methods of cultivation to
experienced and hand
peasants of the Carib Reserv
The constant visits of tl
cultural Superintendent hin
of his co-workers have giv
vigour to the discouraged
who by the guidance and he
Department have learnt the
improvements in agriculture
they could adopt in the
holdings so as to win great
and rewards.

peasants, practical demorstra
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under the control of Mr. J. B. demolished, additional funds will
Yankey, Agricultural Superinten- have to be sought for its replacement.
d-nt, and operated by F. P. Car, I appeal to the authorities concern"
bon. Agricultural Asws'san. ned to make a.road deviation in-
This Department has si-own rs Ihltin n order to avoid this treacher-
interest 11 encouraging siai .'armnrs, ous strip. I am quile fjmiibar with
by lay.-g down Deminons:rauun thie erranrr and kl'ow tl. a half-
lcts in banana, pandnla gr.Iss and mile road over t'.e lrils is prau:ical
recemly in cocoa. The' c plots, possibility. Now that funds are to
situated in con-picuous points, be sought from Her M..iesty's Gov-
serve .s an exhi.imon no. only to ernment fo. stornr relief, tis is the
-smal, farmers of the village but also opportune rron ent.ro .it(lde a re-
S to those of neighbouring districts quest for a grant to oor truct this
and vniorbs. The speedy and friut, deviation.
L ful resuls Hre evident of the bene- STANLEY FADELI E
S fic.ai nflue.ce derived from the Stowe Esta e
work of the Agriculturn Depart. _
tiniiq ent in this neglected area.
unique So far, an interested farmer in the A eg ett
village, who got the help and new
did not ideas of the Departmeut, has two IDepa ture
personall progressive paddocks: one for cows
the oth;:r for sheep. Two other t is very regre
popu mall farmers iomthe ne g no u ng Madam:-It is very regre,
small farmers forn the neignbouring
overn/ village cfSt Cyr have applied for table that the present Dr.
funding pan.ola plants from the deronstra, Stubsgaard residing at Mari-
spirit ton plot in Salyta in order to start got will be leaving the dis,
;enuine the" own paddock. -The cocoa, trict. The people of Marigot
belated though recently introduced has taken are lamenting ttrly ov
belated drive. Several aplica- are lamenting bitterly over
a dynamic drive. Several apphlica .
tons have been made for plants, and this problem. The Doctor
them, the demand wil surely increase has been a very reasonable
ovrn when the demonstration plot will be man. He has taken a lot of
notng in full bloom. care with poor people and
nothing i wish the whole Island would children. He has made so
overr/ join me in shouting "Hats off!" to.
all its the Agricultural Depattment for many cradles to keep some
local their dauntless courage in trying to children in the hospital. He
nations, impart agricultural know- has nursed t.,em himself
re edge and appreciaton so badly sometimes. We .have got
uble. ed n this remod an neglected but an apology of a hospital
umble. part of the-island.
observer Special tribute must be. paid to and yet ie has humbled
After the Agricultural Superintendent and himself to help us, why
,i his Assiaiant for their kind assistance. throw him out He is a
We1 ioo' -forward io thr continued good man.
World guidanceand support with thlianks. Some people find to o
nations. THE PARISH PRIEST, Salybia people
of so many faults with other people,
nd of those faults are too minor to
appeal, cause the, throwing out of
pd for Tribute To good people, and most of the
entries. "WOrk" people that find these faults
con, are "dhrones." They do not
Sir, want to work: they shirk
,from, I wish through this medium their duty.
S to express, on behalf of the people Lord Nelson said "thank
ve the of the Grandbay district and myself God I have done my duty"
est In- profound appreciation for the pro Doctor Green w as Dr.
sicians mpreness ana courage which the
with, Director of Works and his field Stubsgaard s predecessor and
their staff exhibited while hur;ieane he also had a tough time.
f thei 'Edith" swept past last Wednesday. The people moaned when
wship. Defying he elements at their worst, Doctor Green was leaving
nd do an emergency gang led by Alian ,he district. He was very
martin Grell. who was personally instruct- mb kind, g e
oss the ed by the Director, was on the ble knd and
d Car, Grandbay road from 9 a.m. clear- courteous. He did his duty
ing as branches and rocks were con- to all. His mother should
women tinually crashing down from the be merited for the qualities
mountain side. These men must she has handed down to him.
be highly complimented. A bulldo Ch did nt ch
zer was in to assist the gang and Jesus Ch t did not choose
of their the many slides were cleared by a rich man to serve his peo-
efficient evening. This was the first occas- pie, he chose a humble man.
the in, ion that traffic was able to travel We must not gather rubbish
licapped that road the day following such a and tie them together to get
e. storm. any thanks to against people that is not
Again, many thanks to the ubi g
he Agri quitous Director of Works for the good enough. We pretend
self and immediate reparations undertaken to be too religious, but if we
en new to the completely demohshed coastal continue doing these things
farmers road atDubique. This bit of road we will be termed "bad
ip ofthe running along the wattr's edge at people."
scientific the foot of a precipitous 300 ft. high people.
e which cliff is the weakest link on the tran, We must try to under-
eir own sport line counecting Petite Savanne stand other people and
ter yields Bagatelle, Fond St. Jean, Pte. Carib, cooperate with them, whether
Stowe and Dubiqne with the Capi- they are strangers or natives,
m of the tal. Expenditure on this road is a treat eoplewell
tions in recurrent feature on storm damage trt p
tion im- estimates, and now that the sea wall Thank you for space,
ied out which afforded some protection is .MARIGOTIAN


DOMINICA HERALD


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963


PAGE FOUR


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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5,, 1963

General Certificate Of Education
Results
Of the 27 candidates who sat the June 1963 General
Certificate of Education Examination oi the University of
London the following 12 were successful:-
William Armour English Language & French
Jno. Baptiste Bellot History
Clayton Charles English Literature & Biology
Patricia Carraway English Language
Clayton Guiste English Language
Gracine Jno. Baptiste French
Norman LetarNg English Literature
Clifford Nicholas Chemistry & Latin


Frederick Nicholas
Heather Osborne
Eustache Peter
Herbert Seraphin


Geography
History
English Language
Commerce


Of these 9 were private candidates and 3 were students
of the Wesley High S c h oo 1. The examination was
supervised by Mr. O, A. Walker, Education Officer.

The DGS Building
The new school, architect-design,
ed for use rather than for ornament,
looks rather like a couple oflong
concrete boxes in an L, The long
side of the wall is the school proper
and runs from East to West so tr(
the minimum of the sun shines into
the classrooms, all ofwh;ch a.e on
the second floor. There are ten in
all identical, fairly la;ge and wl
lighted. The laboratories (whlc:i
will not be reaby and equipped
until next term) are on the first'floor ..
as alsodin the" spacious library. The .
end three rooms have sliding doors
to enable them to be made into the
I rge assembly nila. 'un I. c-gro-in 1 7
floor at the west end is the Sixth
Form classroom, a senior boy's cnme,
mon room and the Masters common "
room. Also on the ground floor is
the main reception leading to the /
Secretary's office and th: Head-
master's study.
The design is by Laird and
Gillespie of Trinidad. Colin Laird,
a Scotsman, has done a considerable
amount of school building design,
mostly in Trinidad. He is responi-
ble for the new b shop Anste,
School building in Tobago and the
Princess Towi Hign Scho.l (the
latter quite a snow p.ece for 'lnim-
dadians). The firm is also respon-
sible for the design of the new For;
Young Hotel.
For the history of the area, one
needs to go back to the end of the
last century when Wm. Davies sold Yes, sir! Promotion . mor
Bath and Emsall Estates to L. Rose money . security, all at
& Co The estate previously entend- ,within your grasp! Brigh
ed to Bath road, but that part under shining shoes polished wit
the Morne was set aside for Botani, KIWI give the outward im
cal Gardens. After World War pression of an able and ale
Windsor Park, man-the man your em
II, Roseau received Wndsor Park, player considers for future
so that Rose's have given several promotion!
acres of land (once lime fields) to KIWI gives your shoes
the people of Dominica. The site brilliant, long-lasting shine
cf the Technical Wing and Giam- keeps the leather supple an
mar School are the latest gift of the is very economical in use.
company. Cow Town now be, Try KIWI today for
comes the playing fields of the DGS faster and brighter shoe shine
andcesthe pingly field where ten KIWI preserves the leather:
and the unsightly field where ten makes shoes last longer.
years ago drums of fuel oil leaked D ili O .p s y Co. L
and pigs rooted is no more. ROSEAU.
The short leg of the L runs Noib-S
and when ready will contain a flat I
for the Headmaster and a hostel for
boarders: this excellent feature should W
be a stabilising influence and greatly
reassure parents of out-of town boys, THE WORLD-FAMOUS
besides giving tone to the DGS.
We repret having printed "B. A." QUALITY SHOE POLISI
instead of "M.A. Camb after the
Headmaster's name in an early
report. Ed.


DOMINICA HERALD


Thrilling Domino
Match
During a very exciting domino match
played at Bc.chk Club, Fond Cole
on Sunday, 22 Sept. between the
Success Domiro Club of Fond
Cole and the Sunacco Domino
Clubof Laycu Captained by Per-
iy Seraphm and Benos David res-
pectively, the Sunacco Club was
defeated by the Success Club by a
lead of a well deserved 44 points
Th, scores being as follows:
Success 2019 points
Sum a-co 1975 points
The most outstanding players
were Edward Joseph and Knight
Titre for Success with 629 points
and Green t'll and Benos David
for Layou with 867 points.
SThe game was so tough that at
one time the scores were equal, but
Success, showing themselves the
bett-r of the two, cook the lead and
went on to win the match.


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I This serves to inform those who have been travell-!
:ing by Air; that I have been for some time now running ai
haxi Service to and from Melville Hall Air Port at a nor-.
!mal Fare of Five Dollars (5.00) per seat, some passen-!
Segrs have been maliciously told that my Car Fare isi
greater than that of tha masquerading B. W. I A. Bus, buti
'that statement is totally untrue.
S The only case in which my Car Fare becomes greater!
ilhan the normal Fare of the above mentioned Bus or anyj
IBus at all is in event of a Special Trip in which -case il
let out my Car with the understanding that.the Hiirer pay-
(the official rate of One Dollar ($1.00) per Mile to and fro
S plus Sixty Cents (60 ) as stipulated in: i
Motor Vehicles & Road Traffic (Amendment'
SNo 2.) S. R. 0. 21, 1959
S I would like to suggest that passengers be made!
-:Free 10 select whatever Veniieiliney uare To travebly i-e
it Bus or Car, I
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Cislya Pennant of Jamaica is working for her
diploma at a "glamour" school in London, before
opening her own beauty salon in Kingston, Jam. .,-


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PAGE SIX DOMINICA HERALD


Agreement
Reached In Bri-
tish Guiana
The following release from the In,
international Federation ef Plantation,
Agricultural and Allied Workers was
passed to us by the Gen. Secretary,
Donminica Trade Union.
On July 6th, 1963, a memora,
ble day in the history of free labour,
after 79 days of unprecedented wor,
kers' solidarity and sacrifice, the Ja-
gan Covernment finally recognized
the will and determination of the
people and cor.ceded victory to the
workers. The signing of an aeree-
m e n t between the Britiih Guiana
Trades Union Council and th: Co-
verment of British Guiana ended or.e
of rhe longest general strikes record,
ed in history. This agreementt signed
on behalf of the BGIUC by Presi-
dent Richard Ishmael included the
following provi:ons: a) The Labour
Relations Billof 1963 having lapsed,
will not-be reintroduced in its or gli
nal form or the amea ded form in
which it was passed in the Legisla,
tive Assemb y, b) that the strike pe,
riod shall not be regard-d as a break
in service, c) :hat pates to the ag,
reement are agreed that there shall be


no victimisation on either side, d) in PDeople's
any labour matter that may arise in
future, Government will consult with llWicked
the trade union concerned andcr thb
British Guiana T a d e Unions
Council. Madam,
Tribute mus be paid to trade I a
unio;zists of the free world for their t Governmei
unstinting moral and end economic
support of the Guianan worker in ica to putI
his hour of need. VWe especially "wicked waste
commend Brother Howard McCabe go ng on at the
of the Public Services International Packing Plant
who was also watching IFPAAW A er every
interests in British Guiana during ter every
the strike and who rendered yeomen oranges and gra
service. ands of these pr
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Post
Waste"


n calling upon
nt of Domin,
i stop to the
:" that is now
e Government

shipment of
apefruit thous.
ecio iSa nr its a e
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NOTICE

VACANCY IN POST OF SENIOR FEMALE
ATTENDANT; MENTAL PATIENTS, H.M. PRISONS
Applications are invited from suitable candidates for the post of
Senior Female Attendant, Mental Patients, H.M. Prisons.
The post is on the penisonable establishment of the territory.
The salary of the post is 82,088 per annum in the scale $2,088 x
96 2,280 x 120 $2,640 per annum. The Officer selected will be
required to serve a probationary period of 2 years.
Applications should be addressed to the Secretary, Public Service
Commission, Administrator's Office, and should reach her not later than
15th October, 1963.
GO 105, Oct. 5


left over and being wickedly
dumped into the sea at Fond
Cole. When these fruits
wiich are still fit for human
consumption could be d:s-
tributed to our different to
institutions, like the P.M.
Hospital, infant Jesus Nurs,
ing home, and especially our
schools where our sickly and
underfed children and adnlis
would make good use of
them, and more so when so
much is being said about
malnutrition these days. Per,
haps the Minister for Social
Services who is a man of
action would be happy to
take the nec-essary action
thereby putting a stop to this


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"wicked waste".
Thanking you ve.y much
Madam Editor.
OBSERVER, River St.
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ROBYouR
LITTLE ONES
OF NEEDED

REST
When such fast relief comes with the first
sip of JACK & JILL COUGH SYRUP, the kid-
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they lick the spoon. Clears up those pesky
coughs so fast that it is cherished by de-
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that all-important Vitamin C that kiddies
need more of in feverish conditions.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963


"SO THAY SA Y"-- connection with
9 n"On behalf of
BY BOB &, RAY Dominica I ext
medium my since
"Edie was" No lady... but she was the first hurricane to strike those w,'o in o1
Dominica in thirty-three years ... and-though we received only a glancing have suffered loss
blow, we'll never forget the big blow of Saptenber 25th, 1963. To the propcty as l re
south of us, Martinique took the full fury of Edith and still has many ga;: of near
thousands of hom-less men, women and children. Aid flows in from which swept thi
Puerto Rico and of course, Muther France. Dominica can bethankful nesday morning
her damages are mainly related to the cash crops of bananas, coconuts ber in the wake (
and limes. Homs. 'hops and rost public buildings remain about as they 'Uo to the ti
were and the roads suffered very little damages. Fully half of the citizens of no loss of life has
Dominica cannot remember (nor were they alive) for the 1930 hurricanes I trust that there
and most were surprised a, the power of the gusts Edith carried, a full assessment
But the mildness of this storm could be very helpful since now, when been yet available
warnings are issued, people will be serious about the power of a hurri- it might be, there
cane and will take more and better safety precautions. Hurricane season is thankful for in
rot over for at least another montl-, officially, that is, but we believe now, spared the full t
when someone says hurricanee alert" people will act in a manner to pro- Edith the resul
tect life and property thanks to the lessons learned from Edith. present situation
bome people may think the Hark Forrard has gone for a re-fit to be- basis for academic
come the fishing boat we mentioned a few weeks age. No, this is not true !is therefore den
The boor Hark Forrard slipped her moorings dunng the height of the of thankfulness b
hurricane and has not been seen since. Word is out all up and down the any suggestions
Caribbean to watch out for her. We hope she is found safely drifting near despair and resol
Avis Island and returned soon. ately take up th
We are particularly upset by remarks passed that even though rehabilitation with
Martinique was hit far harder than Dominica, she will snap back and, commensurate to
as one chap put it, "pass Dominica again". Why should Dominicans say assurance of sy
this of themselves? And, if this is true, why is it true? Perhaps some brave extended to you
soul can outline for us the correct procedure to follow to" pass Martinique".
Are we just supposed to act differently or would it be necessary to with- From Mr. F. A. I
draw as a British Colony and join t h e French nation. Would Leader, 0, U. P.
General de' Gaulle, le grand Charles, would he showv us the Hurrican
way to a fuller life? No, we hardly think "our icane
so. It must be in attitude then. Belief in one's self? Perhaps. Many dour eoneomic b
distinguished psychiatrists believe (and can prove!) that "you are what" you recent tmes to
think you are" and therefore, ifyou think you are (i)backward, (z)uncooper liable estimates
active (3) unreliable (4) malicou,, etc, then you will be all those things, and to the Banana I
more besides. But, as the supporters 'of the idea say: Dominicans have a all plantings an
handicap of a lot of old British law, designed for England herself, and And pntigs an
handed over to a colony like Domin ci to apply in their own entirely differ- And only win
ent world. The amount of fancy pomp and ceremony a tiny colony like op,'r and en
o- tie economy a
Dominica is forced to follow is in many ways comical and badly out of o L.. L _
keeping with the tropical islandlire. Income tax lawi, tiucy say are, perhaps .
ideal for England or even Canada where there is ani abundance of trade optimism for rd
and industry, but when these same laws are supermposed upon a stagger- yeart Ou' dee
ing monocrp agriculture economy the'law defeats the colony and seems disaster hich
to defy it to progress., inns s ov s
As one man puts it: in the cold, drafty court rooms in England, inanities ofclas
the false wig worn by the jurist can be quite a comfort to him but in social feudinhge
Dominica where the temperature in Court is invariably over ninety, the While ther
wig is a form of human torture! We can see his point and its not too operation with
difficult to sympathize with the chap who objects to Customs duties that seeking assistant
penalize the Colony of Dominica when goods from a non-U.K. coun- sources as ate a
try are imported. Don't these fools realize, "he screams, 'that when immediately m
England joins the European Common Market all these ridiculous Cus, and in planning
toms duties will be scrapped? France won't tolerate the British Colony ration of their
of Dominica to impose a 40% Customs duty on French-made autom so take this
biles, for example, No. sir! We might as well face the future NOW," juing both peas
he continued, "and stop our unfriendly acts that are also helping to .
keep us back. We didn't make up this tariff Trade Classification icissitude wi
List ourselves, it was forced upon us and it is v e r y bad for us." are no less af
But it is sometimes difficult finding "responsible citizens" to utter strong hearts,
this type of statement and when we heard a high-up government official that fritude, l
talking like this the other day, well, sir, we were exceedingly interested. and in the p
He was talking to a Roseau business man and he said: Don't worry about neutralised desp
paying the duty on that car from the States. it will all be the same duty DON'T DEF
to everyone very soon. We have been penalized too long by that prefer-
ential tariff. Its one of the reasons Americans won't come here to invest, NEIGHBOU
you know. We hit them so hard on everything they import from the YOUR O0
States and this is only hurting ourselves." So they say. HERALD I

Don't
Messages To The People Of Dominica


From H.H. The Administrator
"Now that I have had time to tra-
vel in the island I have been able to
.observe th: very severe damage, which
has been done to our principal crops
as a result of the passage of Hurricane
Edith on 25th September. We must
account ourselves fortunate to have
suffered no loss of life and that
damage to houses in most parts is
not as serious as might have been
expected. However, we must now
face up to the fact that.the island's
economy has suffered a serious set-
back and I wish to express my


heartfelt sympathy to all those who
have labored so hard and who
now see their crops destroyed. Let
us now all resolve each in his own
way and in co-operatiot one with
another to restore our cultivation as
quickly as possible.
May God bless yonr endeav-
ours,"
ALEC LOVELACE,
ADMINISTRATOR.

From Hon. N. A. N. Ouereay
The following is the text of a
message of sympathy by the Hon-
ourable Acting Chief Ministet in


Cougt
Your

Head
TAI


the recent storm:- Fri
Sthe Government of
:end through this
,.e aymnparhy to all
ne way or another At th
or damage; to tlhcr Fl'ancais, h
.uit of the violent t ring PresI
huircane intenstry the year's
s island on Wed- The Trea
the 25th Septem-
of Hurricane Edith. report.
ice of writing this Duil
been reported and Roxane I ,
is none. Nor has Roseau, V
of the damage done Miss Barb
. Considerable as
is still much to be Assistant
that we have been Mem
blast of Hurricane coming ye;
t of which the Beswick B
amply affords a dents), an
e speculation. Let dent
norstrate this spirit At th
by resisting manfully ber 22, wh
of pessimism or of French
utely and immedi- Variete "
ic challenge of re
hope and courage l
the occasion. The Ecume
empathy is again Counci
in your effort."

Baron, Political Topics at
P. cil's resumed
Edith has ravaged been reduced
ase and in so doing agenda. Th
Sseverest blows in took place b4
our economy. Re, cording to r
have placed the loss eluded a disc
industry at 80% of liability, whi
id95% of all fruit. hicult obstacle
I resoluteness, co- non-Roman
ergy from all sectors' faiths,
and all segments oi -
n-mw_ ioe _with SRot
recovery in under a
epi sympathy goes The H
ntty in this national
overshadows the Domi
, political and other
Ba
ore we offer our coB
SGovernment in
ice from all such
ble and willing to Roseau
:et this emergency; Portsmouth
a dynamic rehabili Coastm
industry, we would oas
opportunity of ad-
ant and large planterxp
age; to meet this Exports ist J
which all other citizens T
Fected victims, with Total Export
willing hands, and Total E
whichh in the past -
resent has always
air with hope."


'END ON YOUR
R'S -- BUY
WN DOMINICA
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Off...-i
KE


THE COUGH REMEDY that checks coughs at the
very first sip because Its warm-
Ingsoothlnglngredlentsspread /..
Instantly through throat, chest
and tubes. t's complete medi-
cation-stops the tickle that /
makes you ouugh in sec.
onds. That's why Buckley's
Mixture has outsold all -
others for 30 years.


bench Club (Cercle Francais)
New President
ie deferred annual general meeting of the Cercle
eld on September 23 at to Cork Street, the re,
ide;.t (Mrs. Allfrey) gave a report in French of
activities and declined renomination for office.
urer, Mile Helene Lockhart, gave a financial

"g the election of officers which followed, Mrs.
sa was elected President, Mr. John Thomas of
ice/President; Miss H. Lockhart, Treasurer;
ara Bully, Secretary and Miss Susithne Lockhart,
Secretary.
bers of the Cercle Francais council for th forth/
ar are:-Mrs. Allfrey, Mrs. Y Barze,'., Miss M
. A, Messrs. E. Darroux and D. Diiler (>tu,
d Mr. J. 0. Paul.
ie next general gathering of the Cerc; on Occo-
>ich even those who know only a w.ird or two
are invited to join, there will be "une Soiree de


knical Eddie's Treble Chance
I Resumes OCTOBER 12th.
Arsenal vs Tottenham
the Ecumenical Coun, Bolton vs St~i .
sessions in Rome have West Bcom vs Aton Villa
from 69 to 17 on the Charlton vs Bury-.
e week's deliberations Derby s vs SupdCernd
hind closed doors. ac, Huddersfield vs Leeds .
adio reports, and in, Preston ... vs Swindon.
uss:on of Papal.lal, Luton: vs Bournemouth
ch is providing di Mansfield vs Q..P..R.'.
e to unityamong the Reading vs Hull
Catholic Christian Shrewsbury vs Oldham ,
Bradford vs Bradford City
Chesterfield vs Lincoln
Oxford vs Halifax
Dun-aee vxt--vS-irtrewfii
ERALD St. Mirrcn vs Rangers
-_ . ----- "--.....
nica Banana Growers Association

nana Shipment of 27th Sept. 1963':


STEMS


an. to 20th Sept., 1963

1 to 27th Sept., 1963
s to 27th Sept., 1962
Increase


23,481
34,127
2,583

60,I9t
2,119,302

2,179,493
1,864,986

314,507


TONS
;na
423
34.,

759
26,706

27,465
21,639

5.826


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NOTICE TO BANANA GROWERS |

S BANANA PRICES

I Consequent upon the termination of the Purchas-:
ing Company's Additional Summer Price of .25. per tM.
with effect from 30th September, the prices payable .for.
bananas from 1st October, 1963 will be as follows:-
At Reception Stations 4.70 per b
SAt Southern Buying Points 4.,1 per lb
At Northern Buying Points 3.98 per tb
Growers who qualify for Incentive Bonus will re-i
ceive an additional .250 per 1t.
A. D. BOYD 1
1 Gener.al Manager j

Dominica Banana Growers Association i
28th September, 1963.
Oct. 5


I ~_ _


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DOMINICA HERALD


PAGE SEVEN









PAGE EIGHT D(
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Graham Norton

Letter From Jugoslavia


The gift of the West Indies to
the world, say the politicians and
sociologists, is the mixture of races
and cultures to be found on the
shores and islands of the Caribbean.
While there is nothing in Europe to
compare quite with the Caribbean
cocktail, Jugoslavia can claim that
within its borders there is a diversity
that no neighbouring state possesses.
She stands at the cross roads be,
tween East and West, and did so
long before her present government
took up its present political position.
Present day Jugoslavia is a federal
state, its republics containing a wide
range of ways of life, from the typi-
cally central European to the orient-
al tempo of Bosnia and Macedoma,
whose capital Skoplje, was devasta-
ted in the recent trrible earthquake.
Until modem Jugoslavia came into
being, in i*ai, its provinces had
been ruled by many conquerors,
each of whom left his work on the
country. -een traces of the Roman
provinces oflltlyna can still be found
indeed, aldng the Adriatic coast,
great amphitheatres, triumphant
arches, and much ot the Emperor
Diocletian's huge palace at Split
stll stand to remind us of past Inpe-
rial glories. Atong that same coast
too can be secn the lion of at. Mark,
carved in many a gate and castle
rampitt-a reminde.,of the Empire,
of(enice. Alone among the Slav
counies, Jugoslavia has been heavi-
ly subject to Mediterranean culture.
not-er featurir to be found in
Jugoslav cultures the Turkish influ-
ecce. The south of the country- Bos-
nia, Macedonia even the "heartland"
Serbia, which was the first to free it-
self from foreign donmution in the
nineteenth century-was occupied
for live centuries by the Turks. This
was a time of cruel government, of
inefficient administration, of a people
kept in check by massacre and ela-
borate and odscene tortures. Yet
every Jugoslav enjoys his coffee
in Turkish fashion, many Turkish
dishes are served in homes and re-
sturants, and the old Turkish towns
of Bosnia such as Mostar and Sarajevo
have a peculiar charm, with their
many Mosques and quaint bridges.
But the yoke of Turkish rule had to
be thrown off, and, after a hundred
years of bitter fighting, from 1804 to
1913, the Turks were finally
expelled.

The northern parts of the
country had meanwhile
found refuge in the Hab,
sburg empire. The rule of
the Christian Apostolic
Emperor was a lighter one
than that of the Ottoman
Sultan. But when freedom
came to the backward south,
the Jugoslavs of the Austrian
Empire wished for their free,
dom from Vienna. It all
culminated in the shots which
were fired at Sarajevo in June
1914, A young student,
Gavrilo Princip shot the heir
to the Imperial throne, the
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
and his wife Sophie, as they
-rode in an open car in the


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sions, but due to the change
in Soviet policy, which had
come close to their country's
attitude particularly on peace,
lul coexistence. As the
split between Pekin and
Moscow developed, it was,
in the first stages, the "Jugos-
lav revisionists" a g a i n s t
whom the Chinese dragon
breathed his fire. Having
furnished the pret-xt for the
first World War, and hav/
ing suffered even more in the
second, the jugoslavs have
tried to show the way to a
more commonsense attitude
towards international politi-
cal problems.
Note. Mr. Graham Norton has
now returned to Britain and his
London Letter will be resumed. The
nezt subject will be TIe Deun!nngRe.
port. -Ed.

WI. Youth Trust
Fund Collapses


city's streets. Austria, using
this as a pretext, in a month
had declared war on Serbia,
the small independent Jugos
lay state, which, Austria
feared, would unless subdued
permanently incite the Em/
pire's Jugoslav subjects to
rebellion.
Russia supported Serbia.
Germany supported Austria.
War broke out between those
four powers and France,
which had a treaty of alliance
with Russia. In attempting
to crush France, the German
armies thrust through neutral
Belgium, which Great Britain
had sworn to defend. And
thus the first World War
began. The defeat of the
Central Powers, and the
shattering of the Austrian
Empire into a dozen national
fragments in 1918 found for
the first time in history the
South Slav (which is what
Jugoslav means) p e o p le s
united into a single state.
Resisting Geiman invasion
in I94!, Jugoslav patriots
took to their woods and
mountains, and byv I94 Mr.


Churchill had recognized and that such statement be sub-
Marshal Tito as the leader of mitted to Barclays Bank DCO.
these partizanss." In 1945 Dominica's Trustee Mrs Allfey was
the count y became a repu- not present at the meeting. It is also
understood that .ady Hailes, presi-
blic, and for a brief while dent of the Fund, has been seriously
seemed to be just another ill.
member of Stalin's block of
Eastern European Commu, Save The Child-
nist states. But Tito, though
declaring himself a Comn ran Fund
munist, refused to take orders
from Moscow and in 1948 It is learned that Mrs. Lorna
from Kr Moo and m in. 948 Robinson has been offered a part,
defied the Kremlin. (To the time appointment as representative in
delight of Churchill, who Dominica of the British Save the
said, to those who had in the Children Fund, which will shortly
past reproached him for Iprovide a nutritional scheme for
supporting a Communist. undernourished children in this island,
supporting a ommufnist details of which are not yet available.
"You see I ad Hair"!)
Since then the Jugoslav i
government has pursued a FOR SALE
policy of independence and
of social ex p e r i m e n t. "Weeks" 31 tons All Metal
Though all the apparatus of Dumping Trailers
a Comn mu n i st state With Duty $1200.00
undoubtedly exists, a n d Without Duty - $995,00
there is little of the country's Other Size etc. are also available
economy in private hands, J. ASTAPHAM. & CO. LTD.
the degree of freedom is Auq. 24. Oince
most marked when compared -
with, sa y Czechoslovakia LITTLE MOE
or Soviet Russia.
Krushchev's recent visit has
prompted many people to .
ask whether Jugoslavia will
now return to the Kremlin's
fold. Wellplaced Jugos,
lays to whom your correspon-
dent spoke denied this.
The good relations between "
the two countries were not
the result of Tito's conces-


UP TO NOW i

We were supposed to receive a shipment of 600 broiler chicks
the day of the hurricane, These chicks were to be carefully reared
and fattened for YOUR CHRISTMAS DINNER! But UP TO NOW, we)
have no word on these chicks. What happened? We do not know!
But folks ask us.
Toot Owasay?
No, Man! Fig finny but poule okay! We "stayed on duty" for
the 24 hours the wind and rain whistled over Sylvania checking on)
this and watching out for that. No casualty. The layers were wet
from spray and they sulked and ever sinceegg production is down
but the ducks loved it and asked for'mdre! i
Eat with Confidence your SyvaniaFresh Chicken or Sylvania
.croh Ponne q fhpv ara NfT 1PfL in frAppr hit l fina froi
for you. Look for the Date on the price ticket on each bird! From
THE PHOENIX, CHARLES SELF-SERVICE, ELI'S or, from your smilin'j
Sylvania-man, Bruce Robinson.
ISYLVANIA POULTRY FARMS -Roseau. 1
(Our telephone est casse! finney! cwasay!)
Oct. 5
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DOMINICA BANANA GROWERS -
ASSOCIATION


DENIS HENRY
PRESIDENT
GRENADA BANANA COOPERATIVE SOCIETY
GRENADA
MY BOARD HAS LEARNT GRAVEST CONCERNS
GRIEVOUS DEVASTATION FLORA YOUR BANANA INDUS,
STRY STOP DESIRE EXTEND YOU AND DIRECTORS MEM-
BERS SOCIETY OUR HEARTFELT SYMPATHY STOP FEEL
SURE YOUR GROWERS LIKE OURS WILL FACE CRISIS
WITH COURAGE FORTITUDE ANE UNDAUNTED WILL
START RECONSTRUCTION THIS VITAL INDUSTRY AT/
STAIN EVEN GREATER STRENGTH AND PROSPERITY.
ISTAFFORD SHILLINGFORD, CHAIRMAN
Oct. 52. zo. 6
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By Rideo


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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, z963

SUNDAY SERVICES
AT ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH.
(Anglican) Roseau

7.00 a. m. Morning prayer (said)
7.30 a. m. Holy Communion
9.o0 a. m. Solemn Mass and Sermon: Sunday
school in schoolroor.
6.oo p. m. Bible Class
7.15 p. m. Solemn Evensong, Sermon and
Devotions
Except on the second Sunday in the month
when the services are;-
9. 30 a. m. Morning prayer
7.15 p. m. Evening prayer
T. H. HICKS
Acting Rector

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At a meeting of the West Indies
Youth Trust Fund held in Trinidad
Wednesday zith September 1963,
the following resolution was passed:
That no further attempts be made
to collect funds for W.I. Youth
Trust Fund and that the Fund be
allowed to become moribund. It
was also resolved that an audited
statement of the Trust's affairs as
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Overseas Officials Take Course With British Broadcas

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Mr. Falal Ali (left), from Trinidad, and Miss Margaret Robets,
from Grenada, are taking a three-month's course with the British Broad-
casting Corporation in London. With them in this picture. taken dur-
a lesson in tape, recording is Mr. G. Seymour, B. B. C. Ov.:seas Train,
Officer. Their course takes in all aspects of theoretical broadcasting.
Their fellow-studen s come from Afric., North Borneo and Sarawak.

Fire Victim's Baby

Nurse Stella Green is receiving hearty congratulations on the birth
of a son on Saturday night September 28. Nurse Green was the fiancee
of the late.George Avory James, third victim to lose his life in the unsol-
ved carnival fire disaster. The newborn boy will be named for his de-
ceased father.


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Psychology & Methods of Teaching for
Primary Schools
(tortnightly commencing Oct. 2i.) C. H. S. Dr. E Mulkr


Psychology & Methods of Teaching
(languages, scripture, history, general
knowledge for secondary schools)
(foitnightly commencing October 28) C. H.
English Language G. C. E,
--B-gl-ii- g ik c.,oucr Y,". LH

Botany G. C. E.
(beginning 7th October) D. G.


S. Dr.EMliler

L S--.f^rsr-^
Roberts,

SS. Mr. C.
Shillingford


English In Conversation & Writing
(beginning 7th October) W. H. S. Mrs. D.
Roberts
Certificate in British Caribbean
Studies -Course i
(forthnightly commencing Oct. 22) C. H. S. Dr. E. Muller
Bookkeeping (secretarial)
(beginning ist October) C. H. S. Mrs. B. Harris
Youth Leadership Training C. H. S. Dr. E. Muller
Religious knowledge & Scripture
G. C. E. -- level
(commencing October 24th) C. H. S. Dr. E. Muller


Introduction into Philosophy
(commencing October 24)
Spanish 2nd year
(beginning 3rd October)
Advanced Secretarial Course
(beginning October 3)
German 2nd year *
(commencing October 25)
Spanish Ist year
commencing October 25)


C. H. S. Dr. E. Muller

S. M. A. Bro. Estrada

C. H. S. Mrs. B. Harris

C. H. S. Dr. E. Muller

C. H. S. Dr. E. Muller


8.oo -9.eo French Conversation
(commencing October 25) C. H. S. Dr. E. Muller
First year students will be accepted if they agree to six weeks intensive studiis -
in order to catch up with 2nd year students. Time will be conveniently arranged.
Oct. 5


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963


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PMCB TEN DOMINICA HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5. .s63


--S P OR TL I8 H T--

BY EDDIE ROBINSON


CRICKET
Bellevue Beats St. Joseph
In an exciting mitch at Bellevue
on Sunday, Bellevue beat St. Joseph
by 31 runs. Put in to bat on a live-
ly wicker, Bellevue started badly, los-
ing two wickets in the first three ov-
ers. G. Michael was t6e only bats-
man able to master the bowling.
In an intelligent knock of 46, he
square-cut and hooked anything
short. His innings included 3 sixes
and 5 fours and lasted for 55 min-
utes. Bellevue were all out for 68.
E. Laurent (4 for t9' and R. Hen-
derson (4 for 20) were St. Joseph's
best bowlers.
St. Joseph Collapses
St. Joseph were only able to mwt.-
ter 32 runs in their first innings due
mainly to a devastating spell of me,
dium-pace bowling by E. Julius whi
got 5 wickets for 8 runs. J. Lloyd
finished with 3 fo'r 7. Batting a se-
cond time, Bellevue went for quick
runs and skipper R.Peters declared
with the score at 65 for 6, This set
St.Joseph to get o02 runs s inzo
minutes for victory, They made a
valliant attempt to get them, but
were 3 runs short when their last
wicket fell. G. Michael was again
in fine form, this time with the ball.
Hegot 7 wickets for 7 runs.

Thefinal scores:- Bellevue 68 and
6s declared; St. Toseph-.2z_-and.7ao.


Combermere
S. M. A.
Blackburne
Empir,:
Thunderbirds
Shamrock
D. G. S.
Spartans



Aston V
Clklsea
West Ham
Wolves
Man. City
Norwich
Scunthorpe
Hull


FOOTBALL
I S. M.A. 2,


Shamrock 2


A large crowd last SiurdJy saw
Shamrock play their best gim of the
season. S.M.A. went ahead in the
sixteenth minute when a good pass
by A. Colaire found W. Leblanc
unmarked. Th. rest was easy. Sham-.
rock equalized eight minutes later
when a left wing cross was headed
in by Dublin. S. M, A. agiin went
into the lead when a defensive error
allowed Leblanc to score his second
goal of the match. Shamrock had
the better of the mid-field exchanges,
but just when it seemed that S.M.A.
would hold their lead, Shamrock
scored the best goal of the match. A
powerful right wing cross by Pinard
was beautifully headed in by Wil-
kins, giving keeper Roy Williams no
chance.
A feature of this game was the fine
spirit in which it was played.
Spartan 0 Combermere 2
Spartan were a beaten side before
this game started. The decision, to
play defenders in the attack and vice
versa could lead to nothing but defeat.
Combermere put on pressure from
the first minute and w e n t ahead
through J. Laroque. Ten minutes
later they were two up when C. La-
roque scored a fine goal. Comber-
mere should have scored at least two
more goals w he n they had the
Spartans defence completely disor-
ganized, but poor finishing robbed
them.- of.ahgger- uici-----


vs Arsenal
vs Sheff. Wed
vs Everton
vs Bolton
vs Preston
vs Southampton
vs Middlesborcugh
vs Shrewsbury


Millwall vs Mansfield
Wrexham vs Port Vale
Brad. C. vs Chesterfield
Exeter vs York
Hartlepools vs Barra,,-
Aidrie vs St. Johnstone
Hibernian vs Dundee
T. Lanark vs Hearts


VERSES TO EDITH
There's scarce a cloud to tell the tale
Of yesterday's ferocious gale
That rocked the pillars of my home
And forced some poor the streets to roam.
When mammoth puffs attacked each hill
And left bananas lying still,
Edith. from seventy miles away,
Ripped with her skirts large tiles astray!
We saw roofs take-off for a whirl -
Could you. be harsher, Edith girl :
We'll be more broke from this time on,
With all the oldqyear's weeks to run.
Th&ie with short memories may forget:
Youll' haunt my thoughts for seasons yet.
_--Gordoh


Ethiopian Church
-Minister Here
Trinidad-born R e v Garnet C.
Spring:r, Preiidenr of the Philan-
thropic Circle of th:'Ethopian Or,
thodox Chu:ch in the West Indies
arrived on Thursday frcm St. Lucia
on the Federal Palm and will be
staying two weeks in Dominica as
part of his Caribbean tour.
On completion of his trip
through 'he islands Rev. Springer is
going to Africa for a four-year study
course in Theology and Languages
which include Hebrew, Amharic,
Arabic and Greek.
His first public meeting will be
held at Roseau Girls School at'
7.30 p.m. on Saturday with a film
show of the Independence Celebra,
tions ofGhana and a lecture on the
Origins of Man. Further meetings
will be announced over the radio
and in the press.
ALABAMA BOMBING
Some white men have been ar-
rested in Alabama in connection
w i t h recefit bombing outrages in
Birmingham, Alabama. They are
as yet unnamed.
Classified Advt.
SEMPERIT TYRES
and
TUBES IN STOCK
750 x 20
700 x 20
750 x 16
650 x 16
( Rflf y.'l.I
640 x 13
Very attractive prices
S.P. MUSSON, SON
& CO. LTD.
Corner Queen Mary &
King Geo, V Street
Roseau
July 27-

FOR SALE
Household Furniture
including one Remington
Typew iter
Contact: 12 Gt. George St., Roseau
Oct. 5---19
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FREE SALE-LIMITED TIME
Seasoned Ready Made Wooden
Doors And Frames-Buy Two Get
One Free
Hardware Dept.
I ATAHDUAM PL I Tn


Dominica Banana Growers Association
WINBAN MESSAGE

THE following Cable message via the General Manager rf the
Dominica Banana Gr"wers Association was broadcast from the pulpits of
the Island on 29th September: -
"growers in Dominica are informed that chairm.,n Dominica
board has received the following message from chairman winban com-
mences gravely disturbed reports extensive damage your industry stop
please convey to your growers my sympathetic concern but not despair
stop windward banana producers have proved in the past heir ability to
surmount serious disaster stop I have every confidence that everyone will
get down immediately to the task of rebuilding the industry to even
greater dimensions stop winban one hundred per cent behind you and will
cooperate with your government to render all possible assistance in this
direction s6tp please keep me informed exact position stop and so forward
to recovery fraternally Denis Henry president ends stop the chairman
Dominica board replied commences very grateful your sympathetic tele-
gram 26th your kind heartening message will be duly conveyed our
growers stop confirm widespread damaged bananas estimated not less than
eighty per cent throughout island stop will inform you plans rehabilitation
as soon as these formulated in collaboration local government stop grateful
visit Perryman earliest S:afford Shillingford chairman banboard ends stop
inr. Perryman general manager winban expected arrive Dominica wednes-
day 2nd october in connection assessment damage bananas for hurricane
insurance purposes stop meanwhile plans completed for crash programme
assessment damage throughout island commencing immediately stop
growers should not (repeat not) chop and clean up fallen banana trees
intil assessment completed stop board held meeting with chief minister
today formulate plans obtaining urgent assistance growers rehabilitate
damaged cultivations.


Take This Giant Step !

(!n the Spotlight 'Edward Olive')
Says Addison Colaire (Circulation Manager)

Newsboy Edward Olive assured me a few days in advance that he wasi
going to break all previous sales record and it was proven last week:
-when he sold 75 copies in an hour. We salute him on his magnifi-i
iy ywo ueats Euaie's record wiii receive a
tie plus his appropriate commission,

[We have decided to give Newsboys and Agents valuable gifts in spite
of regular commission; therefore I want you to stand on your own
and I am givin yo i he opportunity to prove to me how much you
can accomplish aid just how much I caq rely on you.

I am happy to announce that EDWARD JARVIS has been promo.
ted to Supervisor and will organise sales distribution in the Potters-
ivilie area. I sincerely hope everyone wil give Jarvis,their full sup-
port and I would like to emphasize that whatever decision Jarvis
makes must be obeyed 100%.

Finally, with Jack Robinson, Herald Representative in the Northerni
District and Eddie Jarvis. we should soon circulate 3000 copies. Let's
go all out to set new records. At the same time you wil be getting
Your name in this column and CANNING extra cash !

'In every work that he began . he did it with all his heart,
and prospered'.

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NOW SERVING AT OUR SNACK BAR NOTICE TO BANANA GROWERS ,
Soft Ice Cream In Cones
J. ASTAPHAN G CO LTD i
Sept. 7-0oa. 5 S MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE WEIGHT
SPECIAL SALE Growers are notified that the Company has reduced
FOR the minimum weight of bananas acceptable at their Recep- ,
ANKER CASH REGISTERS tion Depots at Fond Cole, Long House and Salisbury and
VALUE $800.00 EACH Iat the Coastal Stations of Batalie and Colihaut to Fifteeni
BUY ONE GET ONE FREE (15 11) with effect from 7th October, 1963 until further
VERY LIMITED QUANTITY notice.
J. ASTAPHAN & CO. LTD.
SASTAPHAN & C LT (The minimum acceptable weight at the Association's '
ca. S-No. I Buying Stations will be 16t1).
WANTED A. D. BOYD

ONE TYPIST General Manager

With some experience in Dominica Banana Growers Association
a commercial house 3rd October, 1963,
.Apply To Box 101 o. s5
Sept. 28-- ,...n..-.r^-_. -- ---.r-- .


PRICED AND PUBLIHED BY J. MAIOARTSON CHARS., TBA HERALD'S PRINTBRY, 31 NEW STREET, ROSEAU, DOMINICA, SATURDAY OCTOBER 5, 1963


League Positions As At 3049,63
GOALS
P w D L F A, PTS
3 3 o 0 6 I 6
3 I 2 o 6 2 4
3 2 0 I 6 3 4
3 o 3 o 4 4 3
3' o 2 0 6 8 2
3 o 2 I 2 4 2
3 3 2 I 5 5 2
3 o I 2 1 4
Eddie's Treble Chance 16
OCTOBER I9th.


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