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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: January 4, 1964
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The hIe 5Aa HE^w,1 _______
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-iThe Finest People The Ricket So1
(For the General Welfart of the People of Dominica, the fur'iier advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Areao a s a whde
-STABLISHED 1955 SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1964 PRICE o10


"SCHOOLMASTER KICKS BOY -- SOME FACTS


Trivial Incident Made Into Race Issue Young Man
ON 17 December 1963 the Government of Dominica, After Fight
replying to an Opposition gibe as to why they did not
deport a Schoolmaster who was alleged to have kicked a Mahaut Man Ar
student, replied: this is a matter foc the Courts and not for
this honourable House or words to that effect. On Monday morning


Government has, however, of Teachers which scrutinizes
taken action following an cases of possible victmisation
Executive Council meeting. may be interested.
The contract of the 22,year, Two encouraging factors
old English Physics master in this unsavoury affair are
at the Grammar School the liberal attitude of the
(Mr. F. J. Hopkins) was Minister concerned with
terminated by an official letter education and the loyalty of
on Christmas eve, and Gv,/ the teaching Staff of D.G.S.
ernment also booked the towards their young colleague.
Britain-bound passages of
Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins, to Stui
leave next week.


It is understood through
friends of the young couple
that Mr. Hopkins took legal
a U 1 1-7 fio- r ".lu
Alleyne Q. C. and that the
boy's guardian asked $1oqo
later reduced to the urnm of
$5o0 plus a public apology
on the first day of school, is
compensation. Mr. Hopkins
had offered "reasonable cornm
,pensation' by agreement.' In
the view of Mr. Alleyne
Q.C., the sum required was
unreasonable and such an
apology would impair the
school's morale.
It is understood from a
legal source that the Minister
of Social Services tried to
smooth over the incident but
other views prevailed.
In the opinion of a lead,
ing member of the D. G. S.
Old Boy3' Association the
removal of this Science Mas,
ter, whose post had been ad,
vertised unsuccessfully for.
years, would handicap those
students who'are sitting the
physics and science examine,
tion next June and, might
mean an extra year at the
University at a cost ofI 400
per boy. Rumours that any
Insult or feeling' of superiority
,* -'"plied.by the Master to,
the boy in question are
.ly and legally denied.
.e HERALD believes that
hole matter will n.-
receive attr -if
,olonial.'r
Iritish


Colonial Police Long
Service Medal

His Honour the Adminis,
trator has approved the award
of the -

(a) Colonial Police Long
Service Medal to the follow,
ing members of the Dominica
Police Force.:- Sergeant T.
N. Bannis, Sergeant J. C. B.
Phillip.

(b) Second Bar and Sil,
er o. Colonial Police
-vice .and Good
Medal:- Assistant
tent F.I.L. Symes


Dies Archbishop Calls Pope's Christmas
For Christian Message


I, Unity
'rested
in Mahaut DiSCUs


two young men, Anthony Defoe And
and Alvan Esprit aot involved in a
drunken brawl. Defoe fell to the CANTERBI
ground an- struck his head. Many 25, cp: Th
hours later he was taken to the hoIpi, bury called
tal with a frac'ur,.d skull and died Church o
the same night shorty after admission. Anglicans
Police have arrested Espr;t. differences
The inquest the next d-y was marriages.
quickly adjourned until January '7 toward C
enable the police to make further Christmas
enqiries. Cathedral.


sion Over
Mixed Mai
JRY, ENGLAN
ie Archbishop
on the,Ron
n Wedn.sda
in discussic
ever baotism
as an "imp
hristCan U
Sermon iti


- At RyalColege, Nairobi, Kenya.
- At Royal College, Nairobi, Kenya.


Star Party Meeting
The organiser of the Star Party, Phyllis Shan
announces the holding of a Public Meeting in
Market at 8.30 p.m. on Monday, January 27. Al
persons are invited to listen.
-.* *


NOTICE
To All Subsci
Agents And Ad%

Mr. Addison T.
no longer-connecte
Dominica. Herald in
city and has no a
represent the Her
Proprietor Mr. J.
Charles in-any wal


VATICAN CITY, Decem,
Baptism ber, CP: Preparations con,
rriages tinue for what Pope Paul
called on MonJhy,.his first
D, December Christmas as Pontiff, his
p of Canter- journeyy of prayer made
n.t Catholic with humility and love".
ay to join A televised me-sage .also
on of their
and mixed warned of the "terror of
portant step" deadly weapons" wh i c h
nity in his could destroy humanity if
Canterbury peace "based mbre on fear
than friendship ^:vas broken.
-- .. ... World hunger'"canf becor.e
a subversive fo r c e w i t h
incalculable results"' the Pope
said, but it must not be
fought "by means which.:
hiiman and Christian" ethics

The Pontiff sad that his'Holy
Land trip was "'solely reli,
gious". ; ," .' t
4-C
Child's Pets'
Poisoned
MR. Morris Charles of
Cork Street (P.W.D.
Engifner who recently return-
ed from Britain) and his wife
were appalled to find their
pet cat dying of poison on
Thursday night. In the
morning they discoveredtbheir
fourmonthold puppy -- a
baby's pet dead 'as-' well.'
Traces of poisoned sausage,
which must have been
thrown into the living-room,
id Allirey, were earlier noticed 'by'Mr.
Dawbiney Charles.
I interested Fortunately for the Charles
family, -their infant son aged
6 months was upstairs sleep,
ing when the animals found
the sausage an d ate it.
E Police are investigating.
ribers,
vertisers FIRE! FIRE! AGAIN
A bucket brigade quickly ex-
Golaire is tinguished" what could have been
Id with the another disastrous .conflagration in
Sany capa- t h e "Pound", N w Street, on
authority toNew Year's Day. Believed to have
ihority originated from a kerosene stove,
aid nor itS the fie desired part of a kitchen
Margartson and threatened many wooden houses
y, i in the vicinity.


Soufriere Build-
ing Scheme
Approved
L. Rose Gives Land
Now'that the charmingly situated
village ofSoufriere is reached by
road, many changes are imminent.
~A Govemiient- release this week
informs is thai the Central Hous-,
Cont. cn page 12









PAGB IWO DOMiNIEA HERALD
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A TURDAY, JA\UARY 4, 1964


LI


tion was made of a Mr. L. J.
Charles among the parties
who contributed towards the
successful outcome ;of the
., \


* FOLLOW THE STAR


tings From
bistrie
editor,
Please a 1 lo w me
our valuable columns to
following.
is James of Coulibistrie
y warmest thanks to the
Dcminica for his gracious
he had for me. I wish
;perous New Year, may


the year 1964 be his greatct one. I
also stand on behalf of the Coulibis-
tr e Welfare Comnittee to convey
our greatest love to the Min;sters &
Members of the Legislative Council.
We wish them Knowledge, Love,
Health, Happiness, Success etc.
We are very happy to inform our
Government that we are on our legs
once aga:n to see if we wojld help our
self this coming year.
We would be more than happy if
the Ministers would answer us this


Question? Is it possible thi we the
Conlibistrie Welfate Committee
could come and .see the Ministers
personally "
Thanking you in anticipation,
CLANIS JAMES, on behalf of
the Coulibistrie Welfare Committee.

DON'T DEPEND ON YOUR
NEIGHBOUR'S BUY
YOUR OWN DOMINICA
HERALD! ! !


People's Post Greel
Correspondents are asked te submit theirfdll names aad addressess as Couli
a ,'garantee of goodfaith, but not necessarily for puh;ication' Letters should
i as shot as possible. Controversial political letters Will not be pus-
rshed anonymously. Views expressed in People's Post do not necessarily Dear Ec
reflect the policy of the Ed,tor or the Proprietor.
Pottersville project but to an uninitiated sacubite
listener, who would that Mr. I Clan
Complaint L. J. Charles be among four s e n d m)
or five Xs and what inspira, S.M.O. of
Dear Sir,- On behalf of tion could a non-villager sympathy h
taxpayers and citizens of present at the function take him a Pros
Pottersville, I beg space in with him to his village or
your valuable columns to area for emulation.
acknowledge receipt of the To my knowledge, Mr.
R.T.C's. Christmas insult L. J. Charles was the origina-
Camely the fitting conditions tor of the water tank project.
we were left to face on our He conceived the idea, cir/
rugged streets from about culared it in Giraudfl and
Dec. 8th up to 28th before outside and started the ball
Steber Street was revived: a-rolling with the collection
but what of Potters Street and of monies to form the nucleus
Church Lane, not up to this of a fund towards its pursuit.
time of writing. He handed-in his collection
We would like the coun of $128.00o to the Public
cillors to realized that we W works Department on
elected them to their office on account of the project
account of their promises when he was leaving the
and not for the mere honour village early in in6o to go to
and that we have a right to college.
reasonable service in exchange Mr. Charles who is at
for our taxes (I make this present the Head Teacher of
statement without malice; we the Salisbury Govt. School
chastise those whom we love;) was, at that ume, the Head
but;! must state publicly that Teacher of the Giraudel Gov,
the situation at Pottersville is ernment School. His activi-
a challenge to the party pre/ ties in the village for the
sently ruling in the R. T. C. improvement of social amcni,
-a pan, to whicn weties and cuitura. advance, -
contributed our fullest share. ment did not begin and end
To you we say wake up! with a water catchement tahk
pull your weight in the com, project. He initiated or took -
ing year 1964! Our advice part in many other activities
to you is: should there be designed for the improvement
any difficulties or problems of general living and social
let us know by means of conditions of the villagers
public meeting's. Th an k and it would not be an ex,
you. aggeration to say that the
I remain, Social Welfare Organisation
A Loyal Supporter & Tax owes a measure of credit to
Payer his preliminary work in the
D. J. B. BRUNEY, Pottersville village for much of the suc,
cess it has achieved there.
The Welfare Of This comment is also appli,
cable to individuals and
Biraudel groups in many of the area
in which the Social Welfare
Dear Madam, Department is currently re,
I was present establishing community co,
at the functions marking the operation work and self-help,
opening of the Giraudel It is unfortunate, as so
water catchment tank and I frequently happens, that )he
have read the report in the Organisation should fail on
Dominica Chronicle of Decem- appropriate occasions, such
ber 2xst. There is not much as the one at Giraudel to use
discrepancy between the two, these examples to greater ad,
but both, especially the open, vantage and benefit to attend,
ing ceremony, missed a gold/ ants who, on inspiration for
en opportunity to infuse a attempt at some voluntary
greater degree of encourage, venture among their own
meant to voluntary social work people.
at community improvement Thanking you, Sir, for
and enthusiams to prospective space inyour paper.
workers. Yours truly,
SIt is true that cursory men A VILLAGER.


Just before this huge glittering star was hung high over Regent
Street, finishing touches were put by a craftsman.

New Zealand Beats Jamaica


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Peter Snell (N.Z.) strains past Ge-
880 yds. dash in the recent Common
Record time i mi'


\ win the


The STAR Shines Over London









SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1964 P


Government
Releases

Travel Awards
The United States Educa-
tional Commission in the
Unieed Kingdom will offer
twelve travel awards this year
to teachers and others pro,
fessionally concerned with
education in British depend,
ent territories who are selected
to participate in the Foreign
Teacher Development Pro,
gramme in the United States.
2. The fields of special,
nation include the following:-
(a) Elementary or Primary
Education
(b) Vocational Education
(c) Administration and
Supervision
(d) Science Education
(e) 'Audio-Visual Edu-
cation and Television
Education.
3. The full list of fields of
specialization can be seen at
the Education Department
where it is posted.


The Late' President
Kennedy
The following is the text
of the personal message by
the United States Assistant
Secretary of State, Mr.
William R. Tyler, in reply to
the message of condolence
sent by the Government of
Dominica on the death of
of President Kennedy:-
"Your message of condo,
lence at this time ot tragic
loss has been much
appreciated and has served
as a source of comfort to
President Kennedy's fami-
ly a nd the American
people."
Miss Eileen R. Donovan,
the American Consul Gene,
ral in her letter conveying this
message adds the following:-
"The knowledge of the
deep sympathy ofso many
iii this area has, as Presi,
dent Johnson rec e n t 1 y
said, strengthened our
resolve as Americans and
as citizens of the world
to pursue the causes of
peace and of freedom
from want, causes to
which President Kennedy
dedicated his life."

Functions And"
Plaques
The Government '-"
hat owing to un- .
cumstanceF


to carry out the function of
tht 1invpi nf n nl:3n1 in


H.M. The Queen On COMPAC Stamp


Registered consumers of electricity may be held.
responsible for unlawful damage to CDC equipment
installed in their premises.
Electricity consumers are asked to note that ST.
GEORGE BERTRAND is not an employee of the
Ti~ El 'r Ciri r, S .-


I Vowinica ciDec~trICuyr ctervices.
1 i W. S. RICHARDSON
i Manager.
(Dec. 28, Jan. 11
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DOMINIC 4 HERALD


PACE THREE


iL* UlV"LIlll- UI d lLIU 111"" A symb o 1 i c -- ......
honour of the Honourable lbe versed by ."
globe, traverses by ^ -
H. D. Shillingford, C. B. E., d line repre b*
at Dublan,-, on Friday, 2oth sending the cable, '
December, as pro os ed. was be the main
This ceremony will take feature of a special r o
place as early as possible next staup i s u e d
year and a further announce by the Btis ost
ment will be made in due bffce on B rd Dec, d
course of the date on which Offe number mark the . s c...
it w ill be held. o
PAC p the tomr t-
(capacity over 6,000 gallons) PAC -mo th Pacifo al .i
was declared open t an Telephone Cable.
December.H COMPAC forms the second stage of a comprehensive telephone network. The first
Plaques were r e c e n ty stage was CANTAT, linking Britain with Canada. The second stage runs from Vanr
unveiled at Cockrane (in couveur in Canada via the Fiji Islands to Australia and New Zealand. These points
honour of Mr. Alvin Bruney, are represented by white dots on the design.
and at Campbell (in honour The stamp is in varying tones of blue to suggest the sea with the cable and words
of Mr. William Florent) for in black. Mr. Peter Gauld, who designed the stamp, took as his basis the design of
their gifts of land on which the stamps prepared by Australia and New Zealand to mark the same occasion.
the schools in those villages COMPAC was opened with a recorded message by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth I.
were built. first day (26th) Sou riere was Calibishie with only 15 more winking of an eye they
in dreadful plight and the runs to smash them. How, bowled them 9 for 9 and
Courageous sign of irrevocable succum, ever, Calibishie went to bat, C.C.C. won the match by
Cricke t Clb bent shone in the eyes of they had made I for 2, then 5 runs; H. Durand bowling
everyone of Soufriere's eleven. everything turned at a tan, 7 wickets for one run and
Courageous Cricket Club Soufriere were all out for 25 gent when Soufriere had D. Durand taking 3 for 8
of Petite Soufriere surprisedly and 19 for 2 while Calibi, them 6 runs for 4. On the runs.
defeated Calibishie a t San shie bad scored io5 in their O E.D., Soufriere
Sauveur's ground on Satur, first innings. THE FINEST BEAUTY VALUE IN THE v,.,ta
day 27th Dec., where they On t h e second day
were bowled for 9 runs. C.C.C. succeeded in mus, BE Ii
At the end of play on the tearing only 97 for all leaving R IM M E L
LONDON--PARIK -7

DOMINICA ELECTRICITY SERVICES 'Beauty on budget
IT is notified for general information that it is an
offence against the law for persons not employed by the ALL THAT'S /
SDominica Electricity Services to interfere with meters ,
jor any installations leading from the electricity mains" BEST IN ,~
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PACi;OUR


DOMINICA HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1964


Article III

Movement in Practice
Since we have been given bodies we should learn
how to use them to express ourselves creatively and ima/
ginatively. We should become competent, inventive,
versatile, adaptable and skillful in our movement. To
achieve these qualities we must develop a sense of'body
awareness' -i all the wide range of possible body movements
and positions. If a person can be developed in this way
he or she will possess a fundamental pool of physical skill
and adequacy which can be channeled in a variety of
directions. He would become a better footballer or gymnast
and she a better netballer or dancer.
In studying body movement and action one finds
three basic principles to consider. The first concerns the
body: children should know what their body is doing in
its movement: what the purpose of the movement is and if
the same purpose could be attained in some otner more
efficacious manner. They must develop a knowledge of the
relative functioning of the limbs, the trunk and the head.
If for instance a girl is doing a simple forward roll, she
should have some idea of how the limbs contribute to the
performance of the action and how thd trunk and the head
must be managed to facilitate the action. Should any part
of the action not be an essential contribute to its successful
performance, then the girl should be taught to recognize it
and know why it is not essential and therefore be encouraged
to omit it from future performances of the same activity.
The second important consideration is the actual
movement of the body: how it moves. If one observes a
child at play or a dance, it soon becomes quite evident that
all of their movement originates from a few basic categories.
They curl and stretch, twist and turn, swing and circle
(limbs especially), roll, jump and run. The trained observer
notices if ihe movement is symmetrical or asymmetrical and
Wrnai-tiapes ihe-bony-afsni-res in--its 'actions ,ind stilc" posi--
tions (balances). He notices also how a movement is
initiated and the control with which it is executed. Children
must be trained to be intelligent observers and here demon/
station in the P.E. lesson has its value. When they are
able to recognize the various facets of movement they will
become sensible critics and better performers themselves.
Time is a vital part of movement, is the speed with
which an action is carried out. Some movements, e.g. a
cartwheel, can be performed at various speeds or just one
part of a movement can be performed fast or slow. Pupils
should learn to decide wisely upon the time of their move/
ments, paying attention to such variables as personal ability
and the type of movement and the circumstance of its per/
formance (a movement performed in isolation may have a
different timing to the same movement performed in a
sequence).
Weight in movement is best explained in the two words
light and heavy. Some movement is light and graceful
while in contrast other movement is heavy. The former is
usually associated with suppleness and a more acrobatic
ability whilst the latter is strong movement involving great
tension.
Flow is the quality which binds movement together.
In a sequence or dance, flow unites all the movements into
one long whole and this together with style is at the centre
of beautiful movement.
If children can apply themselves intellectually to this
work and understand movement, feel it and live it, then
it will greatly enhance their personalities. s ..
The last consideration is space. All movement is
performed in space and broadly speaking this space falls
into two divisions: personal space and general space.
Personal space is that which the body naturally occupies
or has immediate access to at any particular movement.
in a tuck position for instance we occupy less personal
space than we do in a stretched position. General space
on the other hand is that which all bodies in a, given area
have access to: eg. a field.
Children in thy P,, lesson can be trained through
movement:to make the best possible use of both these types
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of space. Use of personal space is especially important
in such activities as dance, gymnastics and diving whilst
proper use of general space i.e. the ability to find the largest
open spaces, is of great importance in nearly all ball games.
All this is but a steleton picture of Movement as it


Alexanders
Motor To LaPlaine
Left 43 Years"Ago


practiced and. to see it in a more mcaningtul perspective it Spending his first Christ,
must be read in connection with the previous articles. mas in the land of his birth
S... for 43 years is Mr. Reilly
PUBLIC NOTICE Alexander. Mr. Alexander,
who was educated at La
Plaine Government School,
INCOME TAX-RETURNS OF INCOME- is here with his American/
YEAR OF ASSESSMENT, 1964. born wife and they plan to
stay for Carnival.
Attention is drawn to Section 40 of the Income Tax Ordinance Mrs. Alexander is a beaug,
No. 7 of 1961 which states:- specialist and also a Bible
"Every person chargeabie with tax shall, on or before the prescribed Instructor--which leaves her
date in every year, deliver to the Lommissioners a true and correct no time to help her husband
Return of the whole of his income from any source whatever for the in his business, that of head
year immediately proceeding the year of assessment and shall, if absent of a big caterers in the Bronx,
from the Colony, give the name and address of an Agent residing in New York. Mr. lex der
the Colony." New York. Mr. Alexander
The prescribed date in each year is as follow:- does the whole business of
Public Officers .... 31st Jaru:y. catering, having his own re,
Persons other than Public Officers ... 3rst March. ception room and supplying
It should be specially noted that any person who fails to make a all the food and drink, hiring
Return in the manner and at the time required by Section 40 of the orchestras etc. etc. for parties,
Income Tax Ordinance No.7 of 1961 shall be guilty of an offence against weddings and other func,
this Ordinance and shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not tio
exceeding seven hundred and fifty dollars, and in default of payment to tl
imprisonment, with or without hard labour, for any term not exceeding The couple have brought
twelve months. (Vide Section 45 and 70 of Income Tax Ordinance their own Buick automobile
No. 7 of 1961.) with them and have already
Owing to default in finishing returns by a large numbsr of persons, made several trips to La
the Commissioners of Income Tax are caused an unnecessary amount of Plaine. Mr. Alexander comr
inconvenience and ex:ra labour in assessing Income Tax and it is pro-
posed to enforce the provisions of the law against such persons, pares the ease of the trip
It should be noted that deduction for Insurance Premiums and nowadays with when he was
Interest on Loans are not allowed unless supported by receipts. a boy-then he had to walk
J.. McATAMNEY to Lau4at through Grand

Department of Inind Revenue, by the Rosalie River.
Roseau. Of Dominica, he sees
8th December, 1963., great improvement in the
G.O. 132-Jan. 4-18 great
G.O. 132-Jan. _4-1_ road communications, but
e ~- comments unfavourably on
the lack of progress in Rcseau,
essrs. A. C. SHILLIN articularlyontheinsanitary
CLcondition of the streets and
F DO LTD.. the lack of "comfort stations"
FOR 00 LT L Dfor tourists and others. He
finds he still understands
Car Accrs. Dept. patois and expects to be able
to speak ir again soon!


Dec. 14-28


PUMPKINS REQUIRED

iWe would like to remind o0
I customers t h a t we ai
,once more in the mark
jfor Pumpkins.
Pri. .. A pnt .
Pfi o --. 5 nl nt nor Ih


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Parry W. Bellot & Go. ltd.
Produce Dept.
": Church Street.,
. 8 ,


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Trinidad-Tobago
Receives U.S $4
Million Loan


The Expott-Import Bank of
I Washington has authorized a U.S.
S $4 million ($6.8 million B.W.I.)
"- I credit in favour of the Government
of Trinidad and Tobago for the
purchase of United States tlecomm,
S unication equipment which will
i r provide for expansion and modern,
nization of is telephone systems.
re The improvement is scheduled
t over two years at a cost of U.S. $6
et million ($1o.2 million B.WI.).
Immediate concentration will be
in the Port of Spain area where
communications traffic is extreme.-
ly heavy for existing equipment.
New facilities w ill :provide for
over i4,ooo subscriber lines. (usi)
ly heavy for' -- es
S "Democracy cannot live in hate
and P' prejudice and bigotrraire
S 'the : d of failure".Prei-


have much pleasure in announcing the
re-opening of Hire-purchase facilities,
and to wish all friends and customers
a
Prosperous New Year.








SA.T- RJAY.4 -j1J :.. 1, t___


DOMINICA HERALD


PAGE. FIVE
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"'SO IA SAY '. us if we took the other, hss glamour.us brt more ewardin job (4) we.
THEYS A eight get sick and the new boss on'the new job wouldn't keep us on"
BY BOB RAY the payroll and we think the old boss would! (5).we're getting <-.:I and
are nDt young enough to learn the ropes in a new job! i') we might dile
Like we said, we're back and wishing )ou a bright in a car accident if we took the new jor as we can walk to work in the
New Year. Whether you put it in rhyme We'll all have cld job! So Thy Say!
more-in '64 ..or.. .Lit Our Economy Soar in '64, West Indian Me- Methodists. It is rroposd that the
or ... Figs. Galore in '64! Whatever mood you're in, just President aond the SeCretary of the
be thankful that at least once in ev-ry 365 days,- sorry, its thAdiStS Seek In- iguao C.
Leap.Year,.366, girls on propose--we can all start a fresh, dependence In Pis are being m a d for he
new page in our book of life. founatio. conference to b held ihi
Lots of people .like to look back at the old year and 1 1 6 ou6.
discuss the high and low spots: opening the new Grammar Antigua Proposed As A M:thdist spokesman said rec :
School, the Soufriete Road, the sub-Treasury in Marigot, Church Headquarters ently that when the V/est Indian-
Hurricane Edith, Kennedy's tragic death . but its much Antigua has been proposed as the Methodis's gained ;hir indep:nd nee
more profitable; to look ahead and try to see what each of .e dquarte s for t h e proposed mde, shoy tly ey would no longer be Lin,
us can rdo toma1 the coning year a better, happier )ne. pendent Co.iference of Car.bh-ean der tl-e control of t he British Cotifier
us can do to. make the. corring year a better, happier one.
Its the uplifting spirit that moves problems, you know.
The old. saying "You are not what you think you are-
but what you think,, you are!" And there's a lot of truth
in that.
We read a. book over the holidays callei."The power
of The Mind". It was a book .full of case histories of
twentyfive happy, successful men and women. It gave the
quotations from each person on his or her personal formula
for their happiness and success. Summing up at the end,
they confounded us with the fact that, so they say, not one
of these people h-e~ecr ever did have any of the "six basic
fears" ..
"Six Basic Fears'.: Yes, there seems ro be exactly six
of them. It is said;that yeu can never.be either happy or
successful. if you. harbour any one of those six basic fears.
No, sir, you: -a called upon; to rid yourself f every last
one of these'fears because. if you do not, well, then, just. .
step trying .to be'.bhap.py!...It just wor' work! So they say., .
What are' these fcas; .
First and foremost: .Fear of Poverty! i It appears that
most of mankind has this fear in .one form or another. '
-T0ey--hesrea fto- dp-his ouL Jo tJLA al" Lbcausethey-
are afraid that if they ap or do not, they will be broke!
Hard to believe, at first, but think it over. How many
things do we do against our will and better judgement all
because we think it will hit us in the pocketbook and we'll
lose our jobs nd be. hungry! ,
Second basic fear: Fear Of Criticism! O0 this is
a sneaky one all right. :We go around doing this or that
as we fear someone will criticize us if we don't . and i
is surprising, if you get honest with yourself, how many ( '
th ngs we all do.for this one reason: fear of criticism. Most. The
of us avoid at all costs the hard-to/iake" r1 n iuiing feeling 'o t,
that treeps over you when so neone says: "You shouldn, fort
have done that!"
Third fear: Fear of the Loss of the Love of Someone! i ether
We seldom even think of this as a possible fear but its rated energy tc
as-the third most popular and widespread fear among all d:-bclous
humanity. But, remembe-, you cannot be happy nor producing
successful (so they say) if you have this particular fear. If raltors
everything you do, say, eat, wear, etc. is done because you chbc,:lateI
fear the Loss of tle Love of Somebody if you do other, wi]t your
wise, .. well, that's too bad!
Fourth: Fear of Ill/Health! Millions of people are
guided in their everyday life by this fear. They are some,
times unaware that the fear has them in its grip but nonethe-
less, its very real. And it goes- hand/inhand with the '
fifth basic fear: .,
Fear Of Old-Age! We know people who are in their forties who
are afraid they are "growing old"! Silly. Yes, of course, but its very true :
of a lot of people. They are getting older every year and this is ftighl -
tening to them. Losing their youth! Losing their charm, their good looks!
Fear, fear, fear.. musn't-have it.
The'Sixth Basic Fear is Fear ot Death! .And this doesn't happen to
people about to die, either.'It is a fear that keeps us alive, really. We fear
drowning so we doi't. go swimming in the deep dangerous water. We
fear we might fall to our deaths so we don't get too close to the edge of
a cliffor house-top. This is a normal, protective fear. But the unwholesome
fear is the one- wherewe just fear we -might diel We ate all going to dia
someday but (if you want to be happy and succssfil) just don't think
about it! And aboye a 1, don't FEAR it. ,
SIt downright uncanny, soemeies,.if yo'u -,copleall these fears to,
gether in one action: We keen the same old job we have because (i) we.
fear our wives won't love re quit it; (I) we'd spend a!l our savings "
before we found ,e -wantt;.(3) our.friends would criticise-:/l M O 0 K E E PS Y O U O I


Sen- through the Missionary Society,
SthoLgh the new Conference would
continue in partnership with the Bri-
tish Confernice.
There are six districts in the Car,
ibbean arei. Montserrat Mirror.
32,500,DOO IN FIN-
ANCIAL AID FOR BRI-
TAIN'S COLONIES
Britain spent f32,500,00 (WI
8156,ooo,oco) on financial aid in
the colonies an'd Frotectorates during
tht financial year 1962/63 said Mr.
Nigel Fisher, Parliamentary Under-
Secretary for Colonial Affairs, in a
written reply in th House of Com-
mons recently. (BIS)-'


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-A9 ,SIX DOMINICA HERALD

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SATURDAY,


LITTLE

WE LEARN from the Barbados press and
radio that Premier Barrow has
referred to some of his co-delegates in the
Seven as little Caesars of pronounced
insularity, and implied that if a new
Federation with a strong central govern,
ment is unattainable, Barbados will go it
alone. A separate independence for
Bimshire would make her the smallest
Commonwealth territory of all -. smaller
even than&Zanzibar.
Is this V gingeringup threat? Or
would such separatism be a prelude to
teaming up of Barbados with Trinidad,
Jamaica.and B. G.? We do not know;
for after all, we are permitted to know very
little. What we do know, however, and

FIRE I

Dqminca ha4 now replaced St. Lucia
as the osery of mysterious fires.
ik: dizens- ^this-jiland hive neO-g .
recovered from their shock that three
young men could have been burned alive
and many others scarred at last year's car,
nival; the hire-fire murder which followed
caused another sinister ripple of dismay;
and on Christmas night 1963 a solid
building beside the river bank was reduced
to a shell by flames, while people living
next door lost homes and possessions.
So deep is the local conviction that
these tragedies do not occur by accident
or through spontaneous combustion, that
a gazer on the ruins, asked by the Editor
of this newspaper "how did it happen?"
replied simply: "I don't know who set
it.
Whether indeed it was "set" or not, and
if so, what wasthe nature of the "com,
position" an expressive word from a
recent trial, intended to denote an inflam,
mable mixture will no doubt remain
in the usual official obscurity, since many
persons were observed to be foraging un,
supervised in the cinders of the wreck even
blrer the debris had cooled off. Wky
was not he area cordoned-offand guarded?

Extract From
NEW YEAR LETTER
By W.H. Auden
His love is not determined by
A psonal or tribal riec
O colour, neighborhood or creed
But universal, mutual need:
Loosed from is shroud of temper,
c srnm'im comes this;
Non Tsia ll ceive unless they give,
S Animust cooperate to live.


SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. 1964

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Rosau. T-I. 307 SEVERAL times in the past we have suggested cauui.
TSON CHARLES, 3OJ in approaching the question of a new Federaton.
TSN CHARESProptorOur reasons have been various and not the least has been
YLLIS SHAND ALLFREY the sad memory of the collapse of the first Federation.
ve Cotin Turner (London) Ltd.
Ave. London W. I. Many reasons were given for that failure;, but we have
Town $5.00 Country $6.00 always stressed the insularity of the unit leaders and others
rface Mail) $7.50 as a prime cause -- a factor which has prevented enough
JANUARY 4, X94 thinking in regional terms.
At present the march towards Federation seems to be
CAESARS reduced to a crawl; we wo'lld be happy if this indicated a
moment of calmer reflection and more sober thinking on
weknow it with a certain justifiable the part of this unit and others.
we know it with a certain justifiable We have noticed with increasing disquietude certain
annoyance as this Ne Year dawns is moves in Barbados which remind us of Jamaica's attitude
that we should prefer to have news from before the failure of the first Federation. At this stage we
our own local Caesar than to learn of have to ask ourselves is it possible that the population of
rifs, strains and changes from outside. Barbados will, like that of Jamaica, begin to look inside
Putting it shortly, if the leaders known instead of outside ?
as the Seven have failed or are heading for Will Barbadians like Jamaicans begin to think of
failure, after all that has been said, done their poor brethen as possible burdens in the future ?
and spent by their Governments on nego, Before the Federation becomes a reality which we
actions, there ar other leaders withdo not support as planned at present more regional
stronger federal ideals and experience who thinking must be engendered.
could firmly grasp the torch from their We have cited Barbados because it is the pre-selecred
faltering hands. We suspect that the little capital of the proposed Federation; but this does not mean
Caesars are afd to admit their shortcom- that we are unaware of serious signs of insularity in other
ings in case that very solution might take unts. It is because such an attitude still exists that caution
place, insisted upon by the disillusioned must be exercised in approaching the Federation.
populations of federal-conditioned isles. A prerequisite of a successful Federation is the re,
moval of insularity and the fostering of a strong regional
ISLAND spirit. Until now in spite of the Jamaica referendum
and its bitter consequences the leaders and peoples -of
Let us admit that at present fire is Dom- this area have yet to realize that they have a common
inica's public enemy No. i, and that we destiny and they must either move together or hang separate,
_mustqauickid gveloP firesense"h t Insteadthe danger of another failure is ever, resent
ir the the vigilant and combatant meaning. wit tihe insulami y w n mks eve the propose capta.
Let us be grateful, for the whole town, -Montserrat Mirrot.
that the Roseau river gushed along beside ---- -- ..
the scene of conflagration: let us be grate-
ful to those civic-minded persons who INFORMATION
took hold of the hose and of the situation. HOUSE TO Let
Did the firemen have to return to head, WE WISH TO INFORM THE GENERAL
quarters for larger hose? Did the appa, PUBLIC THAT OUR DRUGS DEPART- 28 Goodwill Road,
ratus work efficiently? Do certain citizens MENT IS UPSTAIRS, WHERE YOUR partly furnished with all
still think the hosedrying tower is a PTIONS ARE PROPLY Convenien .
watchtower, alertly manned even on ASTAPHANS SHOPPING CENTRE Contact:- ROSA WILSON
public holidays, and thus deem it unne- Dec. Mrket
cessary to give any alarm at the sign of --Fcb,. c.Mrket a
smoke and flames? Who directs operations
if not the Fire Chief? These are relevant
questions. --- ----_ -
The best post-incendiary news of the
New Year is that young Lance, in brave U UAT't HAPPENING IM
and jaunty mood, has flown off to receive W Hi A E NI IN
treatment at University College Hospital, JANUARY 1964 P
Jamaica. The most precautionary U
reminder is that the day after our forth,
coming today carnival will (as usual) WELL I'LL TELL YOU: --
be ASH WEDNESDAY, February 12.
It is also, incidentally, the birthdate of ASTAPHANS SHOPPING CENTRE
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SATL;RDAY. JANUARY 4. rs964


Dominica's Hurri-
cane Damage

"Three hurricanes struck
the West Indies between the
25th September and the 28th
October 1963. Hurricanes
"Edith" and "Flora", on the
25th September aon d ist
October, affected mainly the
Windward Islands. Hurri,
catie "Flora" also caused
damage in the Turks and
Caicos Islands. On the
26th2-zth October, Hurricane
"Helena" hit Montserrat and
Dominica.
"There was no loss of life
but major damage in the
Windward Islands was done
to thh banana crops, which
are the main exort crop of
those islands. Other crops,
including citrus, coconuts
and cocoa, were damaged
but not uprooted. In Dom,
inica, which suffered from all
three hurricanes,; there was
also considerable damage to
roads, sea wallsand buildings.
The chief damage in the
Turks and Caicos Islands
was to food crops. Mont,
serrat sustained damage to
roads and a river bridge, and
to bananas and other gricul,
tural crops."
-An assessment of the extent ot
damage in each territory was given
which included the following for


Dominica: -
Bananas -80 oer cent destruction
of crop, representing $4,ooo,ooo:
citrui-destruction of ripening fruit
$20 ooo:cocoa-djmage to trees, with
s)me uprooting $30,000: coconuts,
los of fruits $3o0,o0: other damage
ads $655 6 o wa ar supplies
$ 46,200: telephones $751,1oo: go,
vernment buildings $68,ooo: el.ctri-
city supply $6,400: sea defence walls
$201,500: jetties $73,000.
"Immediate steps were taken to
author e expenditure within the
amounts given below for general
relief and rehabilitation of the banana
industry and for clearance and re-
construction of roads, bridges at.d
buildings.
Dotrinica: fertilizer $350,000:
disease and pest control $85 ooo:
repairs to roads and budges $2000,
ooo: repairs to private buildings
$10,000.
Grenada: fertilizer $190 ooo: dis-
ease and pest control $65,o0o.
St. Lucia: fe r t i lizer $400,300:
field rehabilitation $73,500: disease
control $83,300: public works $75,
000. /
St. Vincent fertilizer: $190,600o:
field rehabilitation $r4.5oo: disease
control $36,600.
Monserrat: bridge repair, $40,000.
"This expenditure was autho;iz-
ed without commitment to the ques,
tion of any special assistance which
might be given. The question of
special assistance will be assessed on
the basis of fully detailed informa-
tion on '.J ich the Governments
have been invited to submit about
the scale and nature of the damage
suffered and the resources locally
available for necessary rehabilitation
measures. As soon as all the neces-
sary information has been received,
the claims of the various Govern-


ments concerned will be considered
in consultation with the Treasury."
The above figures and statement
were made by the Secretary of State
for the Colonies Mr. Duncan Sandys
on December 20 in reply to a ques-
tion in the House of Commons by
Mr. George Thompson. (BIS)
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Administrator's
Son Winner

Literary Prize
Bernan Graham, youthful son cf
the Administrator of St Vincent won
tlhe Flamingo Magazine prize for the
best shor; story -- competing witn
entrants from Nigeria, Ghana, Trini-
dad and other Commonwealth
countries. His stcces ful story is enti-
tied: $200 cash. Congratulations,
Bernard!
-
What Is A Short
Story?

Many entries have be-n received
so far for our short story competi-
tion, Meanwhile, however, several
queries have reached us: what is
short story First of all, it must be
original work, Next, a short tale
should have either a plot or a theme
In either case, there must be a begin.
ing, a development and a climax
Sometime there is a surprise ending
Economy of words is essential, so
that all the characters who ar
brought in have their part in thi
unfolding of the story: every waroe
of conversation is important. In a
theme-story, background and local
customs are vital; it doesn't matter


so much if little happens, as long A CORRECTION
as some point is made and the
narrative holds the readcc's interest. Nassief's Draw Result
Short stories are ofinfinite variety. In our Christmas number we in'
and, the best way to write a good advertent y printed 'Nassief's $zoo
one is to read the works of the great prizes went to...", this should, of
short s-ory writers Maupassant, courzes have read "Nassi's shouldd, of
Chekhov, K. Mansfield, O. Henry"Nassi's $800
Chekhov, K. Mansf Heny prizes went to...". The total of the
Somerset Maugham, ond s(.me of Giveaway prizes came to $6ooo, We
the brightest moderns. So continue apologize to Messrs. E. Nassief & Co.
to lift your pens-and good luck! for this misprint.
We have decided to extend the
date for submission of stories for a --
further week, until January 14, for
late entries.- Editor FOLLOW THE STAR


Government Notice

Dominica-Barbados; Dominica-Leeward Islands Motor
Vessel Service
1. Tenders are invited by the Government of Dominica to operate a
fortnightly motor vessel service for the conveyance of mails, passengers, and
cargo as follows:-
(a) Dominica to Barbados DIRECT and return; and
S(b) Dominica-AritisuaMontserratSSt. Kitis and return.
2. 'The contract will be a period of one year, commencing in 1964.
3. The cargo space on the motor vessel should be properly ventilated
for the carrying of fresh fruit and vegetables.
4. The cargo capacity, passenger accommodate on and speed ofthe
vessel must be stated.
5, Tenders must state the passenger and cargo rates and the annual
I subsidy required,
S6. Tenders which should be in sealed envelopes and 'marked "Ten-
e ders for Dominica, Barbados, Leeward Islands Service" should be ad-
e dressed to the Chairman Tenders Board, Ministry of Finance, Ministerial
* Buildings, Roseau, Dominica.
7. Tenders will close at 3.cc p.m. on 15 January, 1964.
* 8. Government does not bind itselfto accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order
SChairman,
: G.O 29 Jan. 4 TendersBoari, -



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--.SPOP TLG HT-- Oneofthe Deins'
customers is Mrs. M o1 ly
BY EDDIE ROBINSON Downes who moved to
-T earbe locked London from Grenada four
upon w mixed feeling lyspo ts "Real Home Cook- years ago. "This is marvel,
fans ia Dominica. r n' ous", se said of their
We started the year with the dis- ing r Lond n store. We can nw have
appointing news that Dominica was West Indies some real home cooling,".
represented on the West Indies team (B.I.S.)
which was to have participated in West Indians in London -
the Netball Champiouships at Eaes t Indians in London
borne, England during the summer, and cther parts of Britain can lAnt eW 0os
The performances of the West now buy almost all the tropi- i. eaks U In
Indies team in Eigland indicated cal fruits and vegetables they -- a I
that Netball is definitely here to stay, enjoyed at home -- thanks to Canada
and our' girls should see to it that he entetprise oftwo English
we are not left out from any future he ente. Anreris Rose ightwo English
team. The coming year will be one brothers and the co-operation W isner anadafore igh
of hard work and keen competition. of British Overseas Airwaysd aid Toao, lat w in
dad aid Tobago, last week in
The ciicket season was off to an Corporation. Toronto urged improved trade rela-
early start, but trial matches for the The brothers Arnold tions between Ontario and Trinidad
Goodwill Tournament. caused a and David Ddin run a at his mtting wtrh Provincial
suspension of the league competition fruit and vegetable shop in Premier John l obarts.
Due to no fault of the organizers, the Mr. Andrew t-Rose (oneherme
competition was not resumed after the Shepherds Bush Market Minister in the W.1. Federal
the Goodwill Tonrnament. This in West London. Three Government) hoped to meet the
state of affairs is nothing new; it is years ago they realized that Minister of Economics and Develop,
now eight years since the last com the many West Indians and ment and expected that such a visit
petition was decided. It wold Africans in the area longed would benefit noc only Ontario and
appear that most cricketers in Roseau
play only to "make the isiand for fresh homegrown fruit his country bu the entire Caribbean
team". As soon as the team is select- and vegetables, and that ihey economic
ed, those rejected are through with would buy all the brothers Ja yJ tinndya -
the game until next season, could supply. So the Deins ack K linn Uy--
The Social Welfare Department got in touch with B. O. A. Free Postal
is to be commended on successfully C. an no supplies are P iile
organizing leagues in the Western r VIG
and Easiern Districts, I attended one flown in every few days from
of these matches at'St. Joseph and Kingston, Jamaica, Accra The United States Government
the standard displayed was most and Lagos in West Africa, has passed a bill granting free post-
encouraging. In the past, many and Nairobi in East Africa. age privileges to Mrs. Jacqueline
talented young men from the country More that five tons of oro, Kennedy. She is also to getfurnished
have not been'givn the recognition office space for handling her mail for
they.deerved- The e'y whnot a dL ce are -bro6-nro, each
chance have all done Dominica week by B. O A . has een allocated o- r cle0rcal
has been allocited f o r clerical
proud. Simon Francis, Osborne Interviewed by our corres ,,assistance.
Riviere and Ralph Rossi are those pondent, Mr. David Dein
who immediately come to my mind, d: "We hve b aerag
but there are a few others. sa ave COCKTAIL PARTY
The old excuse, "par ni chemin" ing about three to four thous, COCKTTEL
cannot again be used, so I expect to and customers in our shop DEPORTEES
see more young men from the coun- each week end, and demand is In U g a n d a this week six
try displaying their wares at the still growing." British residents who attended a
Botanic Gardens in 1964. In addition to their retail ccktail-party dressed up in old
In Grenada the Goodwill Tour- customers in West London, Conlal Uniforms of the pas
nament was won by the home team. were ordered to be deported and
Grenada easily beat St. Vincent, the Dein brothers also act as the house in which the party was
while Dominica brushed St. Lucia wholesale suppliers to shops held was burned down.
aside. Outstading members of our elsewhere.
team were Elwin, Irving Shilling- Among the items the Advertisers Are
ford and Pierre. Pierre was.practrcally brothers proudly advertise
unplayable and cpurd wicketsAsked To Submit
for 61 runs in the match. Irvacg outside their snop are fresh Asked To Submit
Shlilingford was at his best, and gunga peas, cho cho, Jama, COpy By Noon
delighted the crowds with his stroke- ican pears, ackees, pineapples O Wedn
play. Eiwin played some valuable and plantains. Op Wednesdays
innings for his team and was re-
warded with Windaward Islands
cap. COLONY OF DOMINICA
Our display against Grenada was TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
pathetic, dut Pierre again gave a REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA
good account of himself. Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
t.Aereon and Caveats for the week ending the 21st day of Dec., 1963
At Football, Combermere proved
to be the outstanding team of the Nature of Request whether for
season. They emerged champions of Date of Request Person Presenting Certificate of Title or Noting
season. They emerged champions of thereon or Caveat
both Divisions. Blackburn and Request for the issue of a First Cer-
S.M.A challenged for supremacy at Request dated Virginia Titre tificate of Title in respect of a
difie.ent stages, but Combermere portion of land situate in the
never faltered and beat the weaker 10th Dec., 1963 Parish of St.George, in the Colony
by her Solicitor of Dominica containing 1039 sqi.ft.
--sidesconvincingly. Presented and bounded as follows:-On the
Football fans were disappointed 21st Dec. 1963. Vanya Dupigny North-West by Ship Street, On the
when Grenada and St. Vincent at 11.55 a.m. North.East by lands of Marie Pel-
,Gc tier, On the South West by 'ands
could not participate in the Popham of Philip Jno. Lewis and Iris Williams and on the South-East by lands
Cup Tournament in November, of Mrs. Vivian Green.
but there is hope that all will be Registrar's Office, (Sgd) J. V. JEAN PIERRE
well in January. Roseau, Registrar of Titles.
Sportight's sportsmen of the year: NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to: the issuing of a Cer-
Footballer Albert Shillingford tificate of-Title on the'above'applicationi may enter a Caveat in'the Lbove
r. ert office withintsix weeks from the date of the first appearance of the above
of S.M.A. Schedtile inii "the Ofial Gazetie andin the Do Mnh HERALD newspaper
Cricketer, Jerome 'P:rte of published in this Island.
Police Cricket Clubh .Jap, 4-11 .


1963.


No. 43


In the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward islands
Colony of Dominica
Between
Stephen Cadman Smith
Manager, Barclays Bank D.C.O.
Plaintiff
and
Mcrris Telemacque
Defendant

AUCTION NOTICE

To be sold pursuant to an Order made by His Honourable
Mr. Justice E.L. St. Bernard on the 18th day of July, 1963,
in the Colony of Dominica, in Suit No. 43 of 1963, betwene
Stephen Cadman Smith, Manager, Barclays Bank D.C.O., and
Morris Telemaque Upon the Application of the above-named
Plaintiff tfr the sale of the Defendant's land under Section
6 of the Judgements Act at Public Auction by the Provost
Marshal of Dominica, at the Court House, Roseau, at 11.00
a.m. on Thursday the 16th day of January. 1964,
All that piece or parcel of land with buildings thereon situ-
ate in the Village of Marigot in the Parish of St. Andrew in
the Colony of Dominica containing 22064 square feet and
bounded as follows:- Northerly by land of Seibey Joseph,
Southerly by lands of Joseph James and Lundell Edwards,
South-Easterly by a Public Road and Westerly, by land of
Adolphus George, Recorded in Book of Deeds Z No, 7 folios
444,645. ,:
Particulars and conditions nf sale may be obtained
from Miss Vanya Dupigny of Chambers, New Street, Roseau,
-0Q.i.ica the SolQiAert i .irin nf nrn thf tn.4 0 ,.n
at the place of sale.
Dated' the 1st day of August, 1963,
(Sgd) JOSEPH A, MARCANO
Registrar and Provost Marshall.
Dec. 21 --Jan. 11

COLONY OF DOMIVNICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT

NOTICE

In the Matter of the Application for Foreclosure of Mortgage
by Barclays Bank D.C.O. over 180 square feet of land in the
Parish of St. George, in the Colony of Dominica, the property
of Karl Hector and Janet Serrant.
To be sold pursuant to an Order made by His Honour Mr.
Justice E,L, St. Bernard on the 15th day of July, 1963, in the
Colony of Dominica uuder the Title by Registration Act
Notice to Pay Off having been filed and served on the 3rd
day of December, .1962, on behalf of Barclays Bank D.,.O. at
Public Auction by the Provost Marshal of Dominica, at the
Court House, Roseau, at 3.00 p.m. on Thursday the 16th day
of January, 1964,
All that portion of land known as Lot S 321 situate at Good,
will Parish of St. George containing 1800 square feet and
bounded as follows: On the North by Lot S 320, On the East
by road C 25, On the South by Lot S 322, On the West by
Lot S 330 the property of Karl Hector and Janet Serrant.
Particulars and conditions of sale may be obtained from
Clifton Alexander Herriot Dupigny of Chambers, New Street,
Roseau, Dominica, the Solicitor having the carriage of the
sale and at the place of sale.
Dated the 18th day of July, 1963,
JOSEPH A. MARGANO
Registrar and Provost Marshal
Dec. 21- Jan. 1

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PAGE. TEN DOMINICA HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1964


The Role Of A
West Indian
Woman
Seattle 55, Washington
USA
December II, 1963
Dear Madam,
Knowing how busy you must be,
I hesitate to ask you to devote any
time to what I am about to ask, but
it's something I feel strongly about
and would appreciate your coopera-
tion, I've been asked by a scholarly
publication to write a little article on
Trinidad, and I plan to write about
something that struck me forcibly
while we were in the West Indies.
Since our return, it has been ever
striking. In the early days of the
independence of this country almost


every educated man played a part
in public life (there were no educa-
ted women in those days). I found
that in the West Indies this was also
true of educated women. Over here,
where education is more readily
available, our women tend to stay
home, and often to waste their talents
and resources. Your own part in
the government of Dominica, and
your prominence throughout the
West Indies make you uniquely
important to an article such as I
plan.
I should like to ask you-- and
a few others I was fortunate enough
to meet (incidentally, I should be
very grateful for any suggestions from
you) -a few questions, and to
base my article on the answers.
i) Your family background--
were your parents or others in your
family prominent in civil or politi-


cal affairs? Or in education:
2) Your part, if any in
Federation, Did the Federation g
a special role to women
3) Your views on the special I
to be played by women in
Indian public life.
4) Your own part in the aff
of your country.
If you could possibly find time
discuss these questions, I should
most grateful.
BETTY KROLL

U.S. Recognizes
Honduran & Don
inican Republic
Regimes
The United States announ
diplomatic recognition of the G,


ernments of Honduras and the Do-
the minican-Republic on December 16,
;ive mote than two months after military
groups overthrew the previous gov-
part ernments of these two countries.
/est !'Both the Honduran a nd the
Dominican regimes have issued de,
airs crees setting forth election timetables
for return to representative and con,
Sto stitutional governments", the an-
be nouncement pointed out. "Both re-
gimes have given public assurances
of respect for civil liberties, freedom
-of action for political parties, and
that international obligations will be
fulfilled," (USIS)
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African Women On Being
'Westernised

Notando Jabavu, wife of an Englishman, a member,
of the Bantu tribe of South Africa, who was educated and
has long been resident in Britain and is a well know writer
and broadcaster, spoke recently in a British Radio pro,
gramme about what she means by 'being westernised'.
"We o wn everything that we possess of appreciation
of wes:ern,values", she said, "to our contact with mission-
aries. When I say 'westernised' I'm comparing our sort
of family with the pagan people, who have decided to live
the life of their forefathers. But apart from the fact that
they have not accepted the Christian religion, they are very
much part of vs. Many of my own forebears decided not
to follow the Christian way they decided to go on as
they were, but we're related, we belong to the same clan.
They come to our house, and we go to their huts, and so
on. The whole of our life as Africans is bated on' spoken
language. It was only reduced to writing by the mission-
aries about a hundred and fifty years ago, so really only a
small part of it is a literary life. But my family were
the sort who could partake of both a literary tradition in
English and also in Xhos', which has been bringing up
writers.ever since the language was reduced to writing, and
also this immense talking tradition, the tradition of convert,
station "
Banana Shipment of 18th Dec. 196
Banana Shipment of 18th Dec. 1963:


Roseau
Portsmouth
Coast

Exports Ist an. to 4th Dec.,-163
Total Exports to r8th Dec., 1963
Total Exports to I8th Dec., 1962
Increase 1963 over 1962


STEMS
18,182
16,554
3,201

37,937
2,460,207.
2,438,144
2,381,eo4
57,140


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Dr. L. A. E. Wong icceiving his medal, for
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, I96-









PAGE '"WELVE DOMiNICA HER/A
i


OBITUARY
It is with deep regret that we report the death or
Mrs. Alma Theresa Clarke, aged 72, which took place at noon
(32 New St., Roseau) at 12.35 a. m. on December 30. She was
the widow of late Supt. of Prisons N.A. Clarke (father of the present
Prison Superintendent).
Since returning from a health trip to Barbados in i96r she had
been ill in bed and never regained her strength. The loss of her
devoted sister Miss Rosa Jno. Baptiste :n Oct. I963 following a serious
illness left Mrs. Clarke in pitiable condition, to be cared fcr by ne-
phew Gerald Smith and great-nephew Roderick Laviniere until her
niece Gwendoline Cyrille n6: Carbon took charge with devotion.
After a painful fall, Mrs. Clarke's condition worsened and she
received Extreme Unction. Surrounded by the holy emblems of
Christmas, this popular and pleasant lady who was a devout mem-
ber of the Roman Catholic Church and of several religious societies,
died and was buried on D'c 30, leaving several relatives here and
abroad to mourn her loss. Remembered by many, may her soul
rest in peace.
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. Wilford Smith, Gerald Smith, Gwendoline Cyrille
(nee) Carbon, and Veronne Brian (nee) Peters with families here
and abroad wish to convey through this medium their expression of
sincere gratitude and appreciation, to all families, friends, neighours
and to the Church who sent Wreaths, Cards and in so many ways
played their part to give comfort and consolation. Your efforts are
not in vain for we can never pay you here, yet there is One who
will repay you as deserved,
POLICE AND TRAFFIC NOTICE
Owners of Motor Vehicles, and Motor Vehicles Drivers oper-
ating in the Northern District are hereby inf-rmed that the Exami,
ner of Motor Vehicles, will attend at the following times and places
for the purpose of examining Motor VehicleF, Applicants for dri-
vers licenses and collecting fees.
PORTSMOUTH From M:nday z7th January to Wednesday 29th Jan-
S uary, 1964 (inclusive) from 9 a.m. to I p.m, and
a to 4 p.m. e'ch day.
MARICOT From Thu-sday 30th January to Friday 3 Ist January,
1964 (inclusive) from 9 a.m. to 12 noon a.d 2 to 4
p p.m. each day. and on Saturday Ist February from 9
a,m. to 12 noon.
A valid Certificate of Third Party Insurance must be produced along
with each motor vehicle for examination.
2. Owners and drivers are hereby advised to pay their Motor Vehicle and
Drivers Licenses by the end of January, as drivers and owners ol unlicen'
ed motor vehicles found on the Roads may be prosecuted as from st
February next if they are found operating.
Inability of the Eximiner to examine and certify as to mechanical
fitness is no excuse for failing to pay the licence duty, as the life of the
last issued certificate .nay be extended to such time as the Examiner finds
necessary. (S.R. & 0. 52,1951).
No Motor Vehicle may be licensed unless it is covered by Insurance
at Third Party Risks.
T, "' T M ""... ..


GO. 139 Jan 4-25


S.I.,YI. FRANCIS
Ag. Chief Of Police & Traffic Commissioner.

brittsh Fire And Crash Te


Fire Destroys In Legislative Council
Truck On 17th December,1963 t

Reply to. Question No. 4
Midnight Loss For Gabriel Q N
Returning late Monday night Asked by: The Honourable
from a crocery-selling trip to the Member for the Western
North, George Gabriel's familiar Electoral District.
truck 4No. 1275 was burnt out on
the Transinsular Road at York Q stone: What are the de,
N alley.
-,ccording to the driver, Rudolph cisions arrived at as a result
Joseph, the engine overheated on of the last two Conferences
the climb and backfired: he went on the issue of Federation
to lift the bonnet and was met by of 'he Seve-n or Eight
flames. He made an attempt to save islands, and what is the
the goods in the back but the fire d a w i t
spread rapidly through the wooden view of the Dominica
body and he stepped clear just in Govcrnment on the issues
time before the petrol tank exploded, and on the final decision
Called from his bed at midnight of the Conference?
by phone from Pond Cassee, Mr.
Gabriel arrived at i o a.m. to find
the truck a total loss. The truck -- A final decision has not
was insured but Gabricl's have lost yet been reached on th: fcrm
just over $600 dollars worth of of the proposed Federation of
goods the Leewards, Windwards

New Years Soufriere Build-.
Honours Scheme
Sir Frank Worrell (Cont. from page 1)
TWO Dominican Ladies ing and Planning Authority's
Honoured Scheme for Soufriere has been ap,
proved by the Administrator-in,
Best known West Indian recipient Council.
of honours in the New Year's Hon, Soufriere, which is very conges-
ours List was famed Test Cricketer ted, will have its population density
Frank Worrell who now becomes a relieved thanks largelyto
Knight Bachelor. Only two persons the generosity of L.Rose & Co.
were honoured in Dominica; Sister Ltd, who have made another gift to
Clara Anthony of Portsmouth Hos- Government, this time of one and
pital got the B.E.M. and Mary Pas- a half acres of land for an extension
cal, well-known infant-teacher of scheme.
Marigot the M.B.E. This land will be divided into
Also honoured were the Prime twentyetght 1,500 sq. ft. lots which
Ministers of Trinidad & Tobago and are on sale, either outright or by
Jamaica. Both Dr. Eric Wi'hams and hire-purchase (maximum period zo
Sir Alexander Bustamante become yeats) to people from Soufriere: the
members of Her Majesty's Most price will be 28S per square foot
Honourable Privy Council, and the land will be partially ser-
viced with a road, footpaths, stand-
Advertise In pipes and firehydrants. Pit lavatories
will not be possible owing to the
The HERALD rocky nature, of the land, but proper
sanitation of a type to be d-cided
ndr by the authority will be a requisite
of purchase and building.
All buildings will have to con-
form to a minimum standard of floor
area per person and stone or block
buildings must have a damp-course.
Other constructional details will be
also controlled.
In Soufriere itself, over fifty houses
are scheduled for demolishment,
removal or joining up with another
house on the lot.


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Dominica Banana Growers
Association
PRICE NOTICE
Banana growers are hereby notified that the U. K.
Green Boat Price has been reduced by 7 to 63. 15 with
effect from Monday, 30th December, 1963.
As from that date the prices payable to growers will be
as follows:-
At Reception Stations 4.8cts per Ib.
At Southern District Buying Points 4.2cts per f1.
At Northern District Buying Points 4.o8cts per 3b.
30.12.63 A. D. B.YD
GENERAL MANAGER
Jan. 4


31 NEW STREET, ROSEAU, DiMINICA, SATURDAY JANUARY 4, 1964


kLD C-ATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1964


and Barbados. The matter is
:he subject of confidential
correspondence between the
Secretary of State for the
Colonies and the Eastern
C a r i b b e a n Governments
concernedd and it would be
inadvisable for any unilateral
statement to be made at this
stage of the negotiations.
See Editorial "Little
Caesars."

New Yorker To
Survey Kenaf In
Jamaica

Washington, Dece m b e r
17 A New York investor
will study the possibility of
producing and marketing
kenaf in Jamaica under an
agreement with the Agency
for International Develop,
ment (A. I. D.). Kenaf is
a natural fiber and substitute
for jute, used for manufacture,
ing ropes. (USIS)

MINISTRY NOTICE

Tie following notice by
the Honourable Minister for-
Labour and Social Services
is published for general
information?-
"Vegetables growing ir
the school gardens in Gov,
ernment grounds have been
sprayed by an insecticide
which renders them unfit
for human consumption
for a period. Parents are
requested to advise their
children not to remove
vegetables from the gardens
without permission."(GIS)

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