Dominica herald
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Title: Dominica herald
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 42 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
Publisher: Dominica Herald
Place of Publication: Roseau, Dominica
Roseau, Dominica
Publication Date: March 7, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Dominica -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Dominica
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1955? Cf. caption.
General Note: Editor, <1963-1964>: Phyllis Shand Allfrey.
General Note: "For the General Welfare of the People of Dominica, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole."
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 12, 1963; title from caption.
General Note: Last issue consulted: December 31, 1964.
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NEW YORK ?f1-NY. '-

(For tith Ge(er,'i Wel/'rre or the People of Pominica, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole)



Mrs. Allfrey To Martinique I World Chief Guide
For Press Interview I DOe Here March 18
The Birthday of Olave Lady
FFICIAL arrangements are being made by the Pr6fet of Baden-Poweli, World Guide. is
Martinique through the courtesy of the French February 22, 1889; her late famous
Ambassador in Trinidad for Mrs. Phyllis Shand Allfrey to husband, founder of the Boy Scout
attend a press conference with General Charles de Gaulle, Movement, was born on the same
President of France. She will accordingly travel to Mar, day in 1857; their jint birthday is
kn own throughout the Scout and
tinique on Wednes ay 18th,returning home on Sunday 22nd. Guide movements as "Thinking
Mrs. Allfrey called on the Cercle Francais To'Meet Day", and is a public holiday in
Aciing Administrator inform/ the United States being the
Acting Adm tr him onf hrr Officers, members and birthday ofa President: George
mally andtold him o friends of the French Club Washington
plans. are requested to attend a brief Thinking Day is celebrated by
The suggestion that M.s, meeting at the home of their Scouts and Guides through the ex,
Allfrey should meet ?nd President (Mrs. Issa), over change of greetings and thoughts
A frey i s meetet P i ( s ssa, o ve and the carrying out of special good
interview the great wartime Edward's store in the Market carrying some sixty indpendnt
leader of the Free French, Place, on Tuesday March Io countries of the World Association.
who has b en President of the at 5.30 p. m, to agree on a "Thinking Day Fund" has helped
Fifth Republic since 1958, greetings message for the Guides everywhere.
was made by the Allfreys' Caribbean Friendship Club Lady Baden-Powell is a great
i f traveller, ,and has often spoken of
daughter (now :n Africa) in of Martinique, which' has the building of "booy, mind and
a 1 e t ter to her mother; assisted Dominican youth in soul" which is the concern of the
Phina (Mrs. Simmance) had the recent ast. Themes- Guide Movement. I shb"
m e t General- de- Gaulle- sage will be conveyed byv sd rievous A ... u'gn the
abroad, ad wote "ou ust Mrs Afrey personally. An death of her son, the second Lord
abroad, and wote: you must Mrs. Alfrey personally. A BadenPowell. But she continues
meeithis great man he's offer of educational tape to be perennially young, brave, and
terrific." recordings from the French an example of smiling good.iature.
Both mother and daughter Embassy will also be dis/ It is splendid fortune for Domin,
are keenly interested in French cussed. ica to have a two day vis.t from the
are keenly interested in renc cuWorld Chief Guide who has train,
language, life and literature Welcome, PrinceS Alie ed and inspired so many boys and
and are members of the hanelcome, Princessf Alice girls to lead clean, healthy lives so
Alliance Frangaise, a cultu- (ancer UW.I (Cornt. on page 10)
ral nonpolitical world asso, Federal-Maple Northbound now due Goodwill Bush Fire
citation. Tuesday p.m. L. Rose (Shipping Dept) A fierce bush fire roared
In June 1961, Mrs. Allfrey Last Week's down from a vacant lot in
was a guest of the Govern- Goodwill on Thursday,
ment of France during a stop- Budget Se io threatening Dr. Watty's
over in Paris en route to Gene- The Chief Minister's budget beautiful new home, but
va. She was President of the speech revealed local revenue of quick action by the Fire
Trinidad Alliance Fran9ase $4,246,145; grant in aid $885,oro; B ade e i
Trded idadU.K. contribution (Overseas Sevice Brigade extinguished it before
for three years, and oun Aid Scheme) $40,200 and Colon a n y damage to property
the -little affiliated Cercle ial Development & Welfare occurred. The Brigade
Francais of Dominica, of $314,726 to cover recurrent expen, vehicles were hampered on
which Mrs. Roxane Issa is diture. their run up Federation Drive
now President, Mr. John Capital expenditure is covered by by wild driving of private
Thomas, Vice President, Miss the following: local revenue, persons, some of whom even
Helene Lockhart, Treasurer, $59,500; grant in aid 2Iz4,99o; passed the Fire Vehicles at
and Miss Barbara Bully, loans, $30, and C.D. & W high speed.
Secretary. CARIBO Fellowships
This implies a balanced budget ARIBO Felwships
On her return, the HERALD of $6,462,247, and grant in aid is Four Dominicans were last
will publish an exclusive reduced from last year by over month nominated for Carib,
article in this newspaper on $591,000 dollars. Increased reven- bean Organisation Fellow/
impressions of General de ue from currency board profits is ships. Lieut. Earl Johnson
G le and his Mar iniaue estimated at over $94,000, that from who last year ably ran the
aulle and his MariniueHospital and medical fees at
visit. It may be recalled in $to,ooo, trade licenses $24,000 and D S Cadet Force will study
Dominica that "Kingsland increase in package-tax, stamp, Agriculture, as will Coln
House" the old (Nicholls) ticket and estate duties are expected Bully. Gifford Shillingford
family home once on Astap, to bring in $5,ooo. A decrease will take Engineering and
hans site was the head- in income-tax takings of $88,ooo is Co-operative Officer J. A.
anticipated. and an increase in imin
quarters of the Free Frech port duties will yield $1oo0ooo. Barzey will take the course
forces based here during Position of export duty remains for a B.Sc. (Econ.) at the
World War II, under the virtually unchanged. Inter-American University in
o mmnl nf Colonel Pepel; (ConCHt ton ae 8) Puerto Rico.


Labour Leader Plans Help
ANGRY words passed in the British House of Commons
on Thursday when Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas
Home repeated an inaccurate press statement that Opposi/
tion Labour Party Leader Harold Wilson had proposed
"putting the British Navy under United Nations control"'.
After a heated exchange the P.M. withdrew his statement.
Mr. Wilson has E'st returned from a visit to the United
States, where he received an honorary degree at Bridgeport
University, Connecticut the occasion wben he had
stated that a Labour Britain would play its role as a peace,
keeping nation and the British Navy in particular could
help the Uuited Nations in any part of the world.' Mr.
Wilscn also had talks with President Johnson and other
leading Americans.

Labour Leader Wilson
-misaote misfires
The Commonwealth had
a unique contribution to
make to world peace and
stability, said Labour Party
Harold Wilson in a speech
to Canadian exporters in
Montreal on 28th February.
Other points from his
address, the theme of which
was "Commonwealth trade
in the setting f the Atlan,
tic partnership", include:
The Western Alliance
could not realise its true
strength nor become the
arsenal in the world war
against want and poverty
until it developed its com,
bined trade and production
to much higher levels.
k British participation in
the forthcoming "Kennedy
Round" of tariff-cutting
negotiations at Geneva was
no reason for holding back
on closer arrangements for
Commonwealth trade.

The year 1964 -as one
of decision for the progress of
development in' erniergeit
countries. F- o-
gress in b.--,- o-
between 'rich and poor must
be made in the next 5s years.
One of the urgenit
matters to be settled was pro-
vision for international corn'
modity agreements.
Food For The Hungry
Another priority must
be the effective mobilisation
of food surpluses for hungry
Another important
question was the outlet for
manufactured goods from
newly-developed countries-
something in which "Britain
has borne its share and a
good deal more than its
Earlier, Mr. Wilson told
the meeting that he believed
the contribution Britain could
make to peace and progress
in the remaining years of this
century "will transcend any,
thing we have known, even
in the great days of the

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Roseau, If this road is not buil
18/,,64 quickly I can foresee a lot oi
trouble fermenting in these
jion two villages, forgotten for
Irv lonor while by those e in



SIR,-Please permit me ha g-.
some space in your valuable I remain,
column to bring some attend AME HENRY, Roseau.
tion to be focused on a peo
ple long living in oblivion.
On the western coast of
this island some distance
apart are two small villages- Things We In
completely forgotten, because Coulibistrie Want
the only otlet from these To Know
lonely spots is the sea, when
it is calm, in this modern Dear Madam,
Dominica. (r) Has the
I think the time has come Ag. Chief of Police been
when immediate attention given permission to pass legis-
mubt- be given to these two nation f or the Dominica
villages, for remember this is Police Force ? Can one man
the age for delinquents-anrd make legislation ?
attention must be paid to (2) Will His Honour the
(i) Medical Services Administtator step down
(ii) Education-Adult from his chair awhile, and
(iii) Attentton to Society. take a drive to Police Head,
From the Medical Services quarters and find out whether
point of view, I must say his men have any grievances
that these villagess for a long about the running of the
W' the duties cf a; Force ?
.I.. rra -ew .-( s -Jagh-timp
clinics, to-day this amenity is that the Government should
a thing of thie past. The recommend an inquiry to be
sea ihe only means of trans, held in the Dominica Police
port, is the only way out, Force to find out how the
even in the most urgent cir, Force is working and run,
cumstances. I stress bring/ ning
ing back regular clinics to Yours faithfully,
Dublanc. PAJA, Coulibistrie.
Greater interest should be
taken in the Educational _______
sphere. More frequent visits
should be paid to these dis
tricts by members of the edu, Penpal Wanted
cation department. I won,
der since last the man in Dear Sir:- I would very
charge of education for this much like to have a penpal
area v i si t e d the school who is a Dominican, so
Educational talks should be please print the following
g i v e n to these peoples, details in your penpal column
especially Adult Education for me:
talks. Name: Charles Taylor
At present there is a de/ address: 40 Salisbury Road,
caying society now at its Gloucester England.
lowest ebb; what are those Age: 16 yeats old. Hob,
in charge now doing to see bies: Stamp collecting, Hik/
that these people are given ing and reading.
the best form of social educa W I .
tion that is now available a
What is the Social Welfare myself I am from Kingston,
Department doing for' these Jamaicaand I have always
places. been thinking of having a
The speedy remedy to all penfriend from one of the
these problems will be the smaller islands
urgent provision or a motor, I will be very glad when
able road connecting these I get replies to my advertis
peoples to the nearest town ment.
viz; Portsmouth, or if not, Thank you very much sir.
continue the coastal road I am
from Colihaut to Pt. Round Yours faithfully
NOW. i Charles Taylor

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Islands Tunnel
Dear Madam Editor,
Now talking
about a Federation of tle West
Indiec, I must tell you that a frien.
of ours here in Grenada told us the
trouble -s that she thinks of herself
as a Grenadia -- no: as a West
Indian, and I dc think that this is
the problem in a nutshell. Each
island considers itself country on
its own! As it is not possible to
link the islands by a road, so it may
not be able to have a united West
Indies: the in very dim future, can
the islands be linked by a tunnel as
they plan to do with England and
Maybe if we could even rcad
each others' papers and get to
understand each others' problems
more -- indeed, if we had done so
in the early days of Federation it
might have worked, but how diffi-
cult it is to get papers of the other
islands to buy! Here we can buy
the Guardian of Trinidad and
Advocate of Barbados besides the
local West Indian and Torchlight.
The latter seems to have waked up
Lcely, and I am sending it to you.
On p, 6 of the issue you will see
an article "World Division op
Racial Lines would be Danger-
ous", and the paragraph I have
marked deals with the climate for
investment in our islands,
Do you know that last Saturday
we met an elderly couple staying at
one of our VIP hotels and the man
told us he had been warned in
Englan to goto Trinidad as
any'Iu,, -.-..- happen---t a-any
tme l Well if the outside world
has such ideas about us, whoever
will invest in us?
Don't you think we should stop
ranting over slavery and Colonial-
ism? It is all in the past and though
it did much wrong, still the people
who came out from Africa or rath-
er were brought out here are not
half as backward as some still in
Africa, so why do we not pull all
that away and spend our time be'
coming reasonable and trustworthy?
We would gain more friends from
countries who can help us.
All we do is to blo- and blast
at Engand and America at every
small matters so we shall remain as
poor as we are for no-one will want
to invest in us. Grenada has
never recovered from labour distnr,
bedness in 1951 and Squander:
mania, now look at St. Vincent
and Mrs. Joshua!
St. Georges, Grenada

February 24, 1964
Dear Mrs. Allfrey,-Please
ind ten dollars ($io.oo U.S.)
enclosed to cover the cost of
my subscription for the next
few months.
Your paper and the
Chronicle are among my most
welcome pieces of mai 1.
Each week I look forward to
ll the news from Dominica
my beloved adopted country.
I especially look for news of

the secondary schools with
emphasis on St. Mary's
naturally !
With best wishes for con'
tinued success and regards to
Mr. Charles,
I am,
Sincerely yours,
Rev. Brother,
F.S.C.H., M.A.
Car.twell High School,
Montebello, Calif.

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WC~T 7 we twic. nla rp -!Rt in qtnmt,, nn lortfr f(roillur hv

Budget Session
Cont. from page 1

HV YY Wie lullu. i.-tJl'. joy, 0 11it I i iiL.w3 wi.ti l.U.J e l Opposition Attack
air to England. it costs us 30 to post an airmail posin At
letter to the United States. The new postal rates that w-'nt This was (in skeletal form)
into effect last Sunday should also carry with them some the position outlined by the
additional mail se-vice. There doesn't seem to be much Chief Minister which drew
sense in letting the mail dispa cher for the airport carry the close on four hours of verbal
mails up there only three times a week when there are tack fr o m Opposition
planes in and out of the airport seven days a week. It is Leader Elkin Henry. He
the sort cf "change" Dominicans should welcome a charged the Dominica Go-
chinge in communications wikh the rest of the wo.ld. vent ment with "total lack of
planning", and said that
The business people of Dominica have a right to de, Government actions "ema-
mand better mail service. The Chamber of Commerce nate class hatred and mlice."
should be the voic- of business on the matter and should Mr. Henry added that the
sit down with the postal authorities now to see what can be "estimated budget" was pre,
done about making mail s-rvice more efficient. We have seated in a manner to de,
been championing a better, faster mail service for a long c:ive the unwary public with
time and what better time can there be for asking again token promises impossible of
than when the postage rates go up realisation. He condemned
We were very happy to read the news in the HERALD continued export surtax and
that a new, one million dollar power plant is being built the penalisation of working
on Dominica. At the same time we were utterly dis, wives; also enquired whether
appointed when we read further along in the news that it a Shakespeare festival of arts
would take around two years to finish the power plnw.s If was moreimpotant than fir-
we needed the power plant yesterdayy" as some people :ell fighting apparatus.i
us; that we have already exceeded the capacity of the Mr. Henry warned that the
present Trafalgar plant; then, we have two years to be in bill tenry warned tat te
short supply of electric power. This new power plant will in to e(i ulate pumice mian
add I,800 KW. to our present supply. ing (in which an Amrican
add i,Soo KW. to our present supply. company is interested) was
company is interested) was
We know a firm in Engknd that makes turbines and proceeding "with dangerous
they tell us a turbine that will turn out 1,800 kW. costs and undue haste", and said
around $50,000 (WI) so we begin to wonder about the he would take up the matter
other $950,000 to be scent. Perhaps the fact that it will t1kp wuh ColoniaSecia --
two ceats to build is oie reason it will cost so much. Questions In Leg. Co.
Time is money . .so they say. ..
... .. s n I'l

One of the first items on the agenda of the next
Legco meeting should be the removal of "Federation Day'
from the list of official holidays. February 23rd, 1964 cost
Dominica approximately $1oo,ooo! That's a lot of
money for a small island to throw away on a holiday.
People we have talked with say it doesn't make sense at all.
Carnival had just ended 12 days before so there was no
real need for a "let down" and spreeing was in bad taste
since it is Lent.
The fact that there is no Federation and therefore can-
not legally be a "Federation Day" is not the point at all.
We might all celebrate John Van Geest's birthday or stop
work for a day of mourning on the real date that the Fed,
eration fell apart. It makes no difference what excuse it is
is to have a holiday. Its just a plain economic fact that
treasury is flat. At least Government is telling us it is.'
We are so poor that we put an export tax on our meagre
agricultural output. Yet inspite of all this, we can afford
to close down tight (12 days after Carnival) with- yet an,
other Holiday.
Some holidays we are stuck with. The next one is
Good Friday then comes Easter Monday then. on May Ist,
Labour Day and seventeen days after that comes Whit
Monday. One week after Whit Monday comes Comn
monwealth Day and just a fortnight later comes the
Queen's Birthday!
Just figure conservatively that everytime we have an
allout stopwork holiday it costs every man, woman and
child in Dominica $zoo,ooo... in work paid for but not
performed. It is a very sobering thought. The wealthy
countries cannot afford all these holidays and half day,
Thursday. Do we think we are smarter than they are?
Do we think we work harder in Dominica and are there,
fore entitled to more leisure? We're only kidding our,
selves... so they say.

i.n .wv .l 4 La quetUon uy
the Leader of the Opposition,
the Chief Minister said that
the total cost of conference
travels by Ministers was
$13,550.59 giving break,
down details. Replying to
a demand to "inform Coun,
cil and the Public" about
the present "Little Seven"
position a nd Dominica's
stand, the C. M. reiterated
his earlier pronouncements
that "owing to the cotifiden,
tial nature" of the matter no
statement could be made
"without reference to other
participating territories In
reply to a supplementary
question, he added, "I think
this applies to all Govern,
ments". Mr. LeBlanc in
another reply would not
agree that it was necessary to
get people's views on C.D. &
W. expenditure: he consi/
dered "that the people by a
majority have placed their
confidence in a certain sec,
tion of the people" to repre/
sent them.
Replying to his critics,
Mr. LeBlanc stated "Govern,
ment does not practise dis,
crimination"; he said that
token provisions in the bud,
get were made so that when
money became available it
would be unnecessary to ap,

proach the Colonial Office.
Unusual irony was elicited
from nominated Member
E. C. Loblack when he said
that he did not know wheth,
er the Cribs had atomic
bombs or airplanes but they
were said to be "planning to
invade Roseau" !
Contributions from other
Ministers and Members were
mostly plaudits or assents, but
Mr. A r t I, u r Pemberton
pressed for an improved
school building for 300 child-
ren whose school conditions
were deplorable, and Mr.
Frobel Laville, welcoming
the projected ro.d from Hatt-
on Garden to Petite Soufriere,
said the people along that
road needed communications
badly and were prepared to
help themselves.

Antiguan T.U.
A great assembly of Antigua Trades
and Labour unionists attended div,
ine service in St. John's Anglican
Cathedral last Sunday, to mark the
25th anniversary of the Union's

St, Lucia Advances
THERE is to be an increase
in the basic Inccne Tax
allowance in St. Lucia.
$6oo tax free will be allowed
instead of ?48o; and the
allowances for wives have
been increased from $240 to
$400. Company tax has
been increased from 33 3 per
c.nt to 40 per cent. And
for the first ,ime since 1947,
the island will balance its
budget without Grant/in/

Application For
Liquor Licence
To the Magistrate D'st. 'E" &
Chiet of Pof'ce.
r e s i d i ng at :Roseau Parish
of St. George do hereby give you
notice that it is my intention to apply
at the Magistrate's Court to be held
at Roseau on Thursday, the 2nd
day of April 1964, ensuingg for a
real LIQUOR LICENCE in respect of
my premises at No. I Virgin Lane
Parish of St. George.
Dated the 2nd day of Math 1954.
N.B. The above is a transfer from
93 Victoria St. to No. Virgin Lane.
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O government calling itself "Labour"
cn afford to brush off the suggested
inauguration of social security. Social
security means the protection of the under,
privileged during sickness and unemploy/
ment, at birth and in old age in effect,
that noone should have to beg his bread
or die unattended through dire poverty.
It means more than that, of course; many
persons of the artisan and middle class
have benefitted (some would say too
lavishly) in countries like Britain and
Scandinavia, from the protective shelter of
social schemes. A properly organized
moderate and contributory social security
pla~ntneans the disarmament of that killer,
worry. A main principle is that the
individual has a right to claim from the
-ate conditions whereby he can earn a
living and be kept healthy; or to receive
statutory compensation or amelioration in
lieu. Most of those who oppose social
security or give it only halfheaned sup,
-ortar:e afraid tht the individual will kan-
too hard on the state and lose his initial,
It was with a certain sardonic amuse,
ment that we noted the Dcminica Labour
Government abstaining from voting when
one of its own nominated membersl'put
forward a resolution "that Government
consider introducing a Social Security
similar to that ofthe United Kingdom."
The preamble he gave may .have been
inadequate though valid (there are other
reasons for social security besides free hos-
pitalisation for the poor): but Govern,
ment's nonvote w as feeble. Astute
parliamentarians would have put forward
an amendment and accepted this principle
which is the main plank of Labour and
Liberal parties throughout the world.
The mover of the resolution found no
seconder among the leaders of his own
Party, and it was left to the Leader of the
Opposition to second the
resolution. In the Alicein/Wonderland
atmosphere of Dominica's Legislative
Council, this should probably not sur'
rise anyone; but the surprising thing to
us was that Government did not appear
to realise how shabby its abstention was-
resulting in Dominica's first social security
motion being passed in default, and with
a "Labour Government" in power! Even
a qualifying statement by the Minister for
Social Services that Government has it
under consideration but it will take some

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is Irish
his znc
the Ca

time, and that an J.L.O. adviser on the colonel
matter might be shared with the Govern, grants
mert of St. Kitts, was cold comfort. The A8th
real crux of the affair is that social security along
costs money, big money, and this govern, Islands
ment (like others) is uneasy about the cost. known
We feel, nevertheless, that a true Labour Sugar
Government would have accepted the growth
motion in principle as an urgent one, point, tons.
ing out that quick implementation is the gave v
barrier. ward tl
Whnwe w cen:ur
When we mention implementation, we of its
feel strongly that whereas Government started
could well have indicated that a territory native
with a per capital income as low as Dom/ beet su
inica's could not afford a social security abolish
scheme like that of Britain, where the po' advent
pulation and per capital income is much
higher, at least they should have admitted
that we must make it our immediate duty i
to afford something. They did not make this
admission by voting in favour. In other
words, they did not conduct themselves
-liket-about Menb----.-
It so happens that th*s whole question
of social security for the then ten islands FI
of the West Indies was thoroughly exam, I
ined at one time by the writer of this edi, A
trial. Had we become a nation, it A
would have been absurd for some islands i M
to have had coverage and benefits denied IN
to others; thus at Geneva, I.L.O. talks G
were held which would ultimately have IFt 8
led to the stabilisation of social security
schemes throughout the British West In, -
dies by stages ... had we become a nation. N(
We are not a nation nor are we anywhere
near being one yet, so the matter has to be
tackled by bits and pieces. GROWE
We would recommend to students of 2nd Mar
social security for the West Indi'e the notice
Code de la Scurit6 Sociale of the Govern,
ment of Guadeloupe. Although we
could not hope for a long while to ach,
ieve the vast benefits underwritten there by Gro
a metropolitan country, there are certain additional
pointers in this book which would do us
and our people immense good. Let us Mar. 7
end by quoting from an I.L.O. statement:
"Every worker nowadays wants to be
certain not only of his next meal but also
of his subsistence for the rest of his life Centl
and the subsistence of his dependents as
well .. The mechanics of social security IT is n
consist in counteracting the blind injustice has,
of nature and economic activities by Planning
rational, planned justice with a touch of and ExtE
benevolence to temper it." A
therem m



"Magnificent Montserrat"
rief resume of the new which lessened the strength
guide information on of cotton as king. With the
i'rrat (telescoped in the loss of exports and people the
rrat Mirror) is given land prices dropped fast and
Canadian and American
begin with, Montserrat real-estate agents bought and
Rather than French. improved the lnd to give the
vered by Columbus on Island a boost.
1 voyage in 1493 and Today, the roads are well
after a Spanish Mon, paved znd clean, though
the "Emerald Isle of narrow. Daily garbage runs
Iribbean" was finally a nd continual drenching
zed by Irish immi, from the tropical rains keep
in 1632. During the them in this excellent condi,
and 19th centuries, tion. Cattle, pigs and
with other Leeward chickens are not allowed to
;, Montserrat became run loose a nd everyone
i, coloquially as the dresses neatly. Cleanliness
Islands, due to the is the first impressive attribute
Sof sugar cane plar ti- of the bland, but some of its
The sugar industry other subliminal traits are the
'ay to cotton and to/ brilliant green mountains
he beginning of this (volcanic 3,200 ft. high), hot
SMontserat and many sulphur streams new hotels
neighboring islands (built in 1962), terrace farm,
to fade out due to ing to reduce erosion and the
emigration, rise of low prices cf goods. For
gar over cane sugar, those interes-ed, the best liq,
ring of slaves, and the uors are priced from 2 to 3
of synthetic fibres dollars U. S.


- -Mar. 14

RS are notified that consequent up on the increase of the
een Boat Price by 3, 10. 0. to 70.15.0, per ton effective
ch, 1964, the price payable for b a n a n a s until further
will be as follows:-
At Reception Stations 5.5o per 1b.
At Southern .Buying Points 4,9o per lB.
At Northern Buying Points 4.78 per bi.
wers who qualify f o r Incentive B o n us will receive an
al ,255 per lb.


ral Housing And Planning Authority
,tified for general information that the Administrator-inCouncil
under the provisions of Section 6 of the Town and Country
SOrdinance No. 4 of 1946 approved of the Glanvillia Village
nsion Scheme.
copy of the Scheme, the plans and other particulars pertaining
may be inspected at the office of the Central Authority.
Ag. Secretary & Executive Officer
Central Housing & Planning Authority.
z5, March 7 -14

GO. ;


University Of The West Indies

APPLICAI IONS are invited for the post of Assistant Lecturer in Phy-
sical Inorganic Chemisty in the College'of Arts & Science, Trinidad,
with qualifications either in Physical Inorganic or Inorganic Chemistry.
The successful applicant will be expected to take up duties as soon as
Salary will be in the scale 1,200 x 50 S1,35 per annum:
pmint of entry a c c o rdi n g to age and experience. Child allowance
limked to three children) I50o for the first child, .too for the second child,
s5 for the third child. F.S.S.U. Housing allowance of io% of salary,
or, if available, unfurnished accommodation will be let by the University
at 1o% of salary. Up to five full passages on appointment and on normal
termina.ion, and on study leave (once every three years). ,
Detailed applications (six copies) giving full particulars of qualifications
and experience, date of birth, and the nam.s oC three referees should be sent
ty March 16 by persons living in the Americas and the Caribbean area to
the Registrar, Universityof the West Indies, Kington 7, Jamaica. and by
all otier persons to the Secretary, Inter-Un versity Council for Higher
Education Overseas, 29 Woburn S q u a r e, London, W.C. I. Further
particulars may be obtained similarly.
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University Of The West Indies

PPLICATIONS are invited from graduates for the-followi ig posts in
the newly established Institute of Education (a) Senior Lecturer or
Lecturer, (b) Senior Research Fellow or Research Fellow. Research ap-
pointments will he in Teaching Methods or Language Teaching, Duties
to be assumed on or before October I, 1964,
Salary scales: Senior Lecturer or Se n io r Research Fellow --
E,950 x 90 2,940: Lecturer or Research Fellow 1,450 x 60
,8Io x 80 -- 2,290: Child allowance limited to three children,
1o5 for first child, roo for second child, 5o tfor third child. F.S.S.U,
Housing allowance of to% of salary or, if available, unfurnished accom-
modation will be let by the University at T1% of salary. Up to five full
passages on appointment, on normal termination, and on study leave (once
every three years).
Detailed applications (six copies) giving full particulars of qualifica-
tions and.experae.ace, date of birth and the names of three referees should
he sent by March 31, 1964, by persons living in the Americas and Carib-
bean 'area to the Registrar, University of the West Indies, Kingston 7,
Jamaica, and by all other persons to the S e c r e t a r y, Inter-Univcrsity
Council for Higher Education Overseas, 29 Woburn Square, London
W,C. r. Further particulars may be obtained similarly.

University Of The West Indies

Applications are invited for the post of Lecturer or
Senior Lecturer in Education. The appointee will work
both in the postgraduate Diploma Course,' and in the
Certificate in Education course. He should have an
interest in the Principles and Philosophy of Education, and
have had wide experience in schools or in teacher training.
In the Certificate Course he will work with teachers of
experience who are doing special courses in the organisa,
tion and administration of primary and secondary schools,
He will be expected to teach, do research and help with
the improvement of education throughout the West Indies.
Secondment will be considered.
Salary scale: Lecturer 1,450 x 60 1,810 x
80 /2,290; Senior Lecturer 1,950 x 90 -- 2,
940. Child allowance (limited to three children), 150o
for first child, 10oo for second child, and o50 for third
child. F. S. S. U. Housing allowance of io% of salary,
or if available, unfurnished accommodation will be let by
the University at io% of salary. Up to five full passages
on appointment, and on normal termination, and on study
leave (once every three years).
Detailed application (six copies) giving full particu,
lars of qualifications and experience, date of birth and the
names of three referees by 17th March, 1964, by persons
living in the Americas and the Caribbean area to the
Registrar, University of the West Indies, Kingston 7,
Jamaica, and by all other persons to the Secretary, Inter,
University Council, for Higher Education Overseas, 29
Woburn Square, London, W. C. I. Further particulars
may be obtained similarly.
Mar. 7

Advertisers are asked to submit copy
by noon on Wednesdays

Zanzibar Recognized
After nearly a month of
consultations with the other
Commonwealth Go v e r n,
ments and the U. S. A.,
bcth Britain and the U. S.
A. officially reccgnised the
new Governmen: of Zanzi/
bar last week. The delay in
recognition irked Mr. Karu,
me, President of the Revo'
lutionary Council, (who hld
ahead expelled the United
States Embassy officials just
after the revolution) and on
20th February, he asked the
U. K. High Commissioner
to leave. Recognition fol/
lowed a week lkter.

NOTICE is hereby given that
MissMathilda Louise Alex Bajeux
of Roseau, Dominica, has applied to
the Administrator of Dominica for
naturalization, and that any person
who knows of any r e a s o n why
naturalization should not be granted
should send a written and signed
statement to that e ff e c t to the
Administrator of Dominic,.
25th February, 1964.
GO a2, Feb. 29-Mar. 7

ROSEAU 9.oo a.m.
'LA 7.X5 p.-m.
LAYOU i1.3o a.m.
7.I5 p.m.
GRD. BAY 11.30 a.m.
P-MOUTH II.oo a.m.
7.15 p.m.
HAMPSTEAD 9.00 am,
MARIGOT Ir.oo a.m.
7.15 p.m.
WESLEY 9.00 a.m.
7.15 p.m.
CLIFTON II.oo a.m.
3.00 p.m.

Applications For
Liquor Licences
To the Magistrate Dist. "G" &
Chief of Poli-e,
siding at C-lihaut Parish of St.-
Peter do hereby give you notice that
i is my intention to apply at the
Magistrate's Court to be held at
Portsmouth on Saturday, the 4th
day of April '964, ensuing for a
retail LIQUOR LICENCE in respect
of my premises at Colihaut Parish
of St Peter.
Dated the 28th -day of January
Feb. 219.-Mar. 14
To the Magistrate Dist. "G" &
Chiet of Police.
ing at Bataca Parish of St. David do
hereby give you notice that it s my in,
tension to apply at the Magistrate's
Court to be held at Portsmouth on
Saturday, the 4th day of April 1964,
.nsuing for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE
in respect of my premises at Bataca
Parish of St. David.
Dated the 2oth day of February
Feb. :2, 29. Mar. 7.
To the Magistrate District "F"
& Chief of Police.
I, Mathew Mathuren now residiug
at Delices Parish of St Patrick do


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O. Walker
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Mrs. Hodge
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M. Samuel

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In May 1934 a great dust storm
blew across the great plains of
Western United States. Grey clouds
choked the air for hundreds of miles
as tons of topsoil were drawn into
the air in one state and deposited
elsewhere several states away. Dust
storms in the Great Plains were not
unknown before 1934, but none
like that had ever been seen before.
Greater food production required
during World War I led to mis,
treatment of the shallow soil ofthe

hereby.give you notice that it is my
intention to apply at the Magistrate's
Court to be held at Delices on 9th
day, the 9th day of April 1964,
ensuring for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE
in respect to my premises at Delices
Parish of St featrick,
Dated the Is day of 1964.
Feb. 2r-Mar. 7
To tee Magistrate District "E"
& 2.hief of Police.
I, Madona Mitchel now residing
a, Wotten Waven Parish of St.
George do hereby give yon notice
that it is my intention to apply at
the Magistrate's Court to be held .at
Roseau on Thursday, the 2nd day
of April 1964, ensuing for a retail
LIQUOR LICENCE in respect of my
premises at Wotten Waven Parish
of S:. George.
Dated the 18th day of February
Feb. 22,29, March 7.


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Feb. 29-Mar.'7
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is looking for joe.
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prairies. Huge areas of grasslands grasses developed strrinr abl, tqo,sr-.
were plowed up and put to crops. vive long enough tapqydi,-,a cpyer
An extended dry spell and the con- for the naked soil. T bpts were
stant prairie winds combined to planted to act as windibraks and
create the great "Dust Bowl'. Dust to conserve the precious rainfall.
storms plagued the area fr seven The disaster awakened the whole
years, piling sand dwnes over high, nation to thb need fqr conservation
ways and farmlands alike. Aban', and a new approach to agricuklte.
doned farms dotted the bleak lanl matars cooperated in ,n tosds,
scape for hundreds of miles. cdial .. .
and state agencies organized prc of planting an a, and have.
jects designed to aid the victims and succeeded, tcongtheland ci
reclaim t l4nd. Exprimen with greater prd'tvity that

Methodist Services For March



.Ai"RDAY, MARCH 7, 1964


.attflfTTY A T.f L AT n

PP CE SIX U Dvul'lICA rrij.
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GooJ Housekeep-
ing fty Red X
1963 Accounts
The Dominica Red Cross
Society, through Treasurer
Mrs. Narodny, published its
accounts last week in which
the Society shows thac the
total value of services ren-
dered to Dominica in 1963
amounted to $r,276.54.
These included medical loan
boxes, an obstetrical bed for
Marigot Hospital, VAD kits
for Portsmouth Hospital,
blood administration sets and
back rests, besides the cost of
running the ambulance, edu,
national films for the Princess
Margaret Hospital and a
donation to Martinique for
hurricane relief of $75.28.
The Flag Da y netted
$305.67 and the Fund Rais,
ing Week (after deduction
of ~cpenses) $1,552.20.
Donations in response to
general appeals amounted
to $391.oo and the hurricane
relief appeal the somewhat
poor response of $73.75. As,
sociate Membership fees
($a.oo), refund of duty
($95.25) and interest on sav-
ings accoutits in the three
6 sanks (ti.74) brought he
riand Total of-Receipts to
$2,5 37.74.
Administration expenses
for1963 amounted to
$259.44 in which is included
capital expenditure of
$ii5.50 for a filing cabinet
and files and $42.93 worth
of stock (for sale) of manuals
and forms. Other expenses
wcre the usual postage, bank
charges, porterage etc. Under
"Miscellaneous" we would
include the Remembrance
Day Wreath ($5.oo), News
Reviews and Journals ($6.36)
and service Badges and
Junior Certificates (29.90),
an extremely low figure.
The liquid assets (cash
and accounts in the three
banks) has increased over the
year by $960.50. A very
creditable, wellmanaged year

Young Man
With Initiative
Theodore Hires Out
Who says Dominicans
have no go or enterprise
Young Ferdinand R. Theo,
dore of Calibishie, not yet
thirty, owns two Caterpillar
Tractors and a Truck and
the a all for public use on
aue h'tasis! Here s one
m tfi4hb is really prepared

to give service to the peasant University Of T
proprietors and at the same
time help out with the "Save Applications are invited
Your Soil, Sav- Your Ccur- Senior Lecturer in Morbid A
try" programme, of Pathology. The duties of
Theodore has firs:class in the department of Patholog
knowhow and experience of University College Hospital
contours ig and terracing and Anatomy ct students working
for a modest fee, his D7D Universiuy of London under t
and D4C Caterpillars are of lathology.
available to anyone to cleir Salary scales: Lec:urer -
and level land, ensure that xoo 22,650; Senior Le,
the heavy rains do not take 3,630 x 70 3,700. C
away all the goodness of the "ird c.mld. F. b. S. U. H
soil, and make estate and of basic salary or, if available
feeder roads. will be let by the University a
On Ash Wcdnesday, he lull passages on appointment,
took one of his "Cats" on study iave (once every thr
from Atkinson, through leave 4-6 weeKs each year as
Saivbia, to Castle Bruce and, Department.
eased corners, removed [tones Detailed applications (ic
from and levelled river beds of qualifications and expenenc
and generally, as a public three referees should be sent b
service, improved the road sons living in the Americas a
considerably. His tractors Registrar, University of the
with their two operators are Jamaica, and by all o.her pers
now cutting new estate roads senate Committee on College
on the C.D.C. estate at tion, University of London
Castle Bruce. W. C. 1. Fulner particulars
He does trucking with hisf T
truck No. 1345 and is pre, University Of The
pared to do any kind of West Indiesg
work such as logging, tarrish,
cutting, towing and winch- APPLICATIONS are invited
ing with his Cats. The for the Chair of Government.
.tractors are serviced by Duties to be assumed on or,
the agents, Domtrac Ltd. before October i, 1964, or
-i---. --Py t as soon as possible thereafter.
Ultverslity -- -The- Salary in the range 3,050
West Indies -- .4,ooo per annum: plus
O Agricul e zoo200 per annum H ead
Faculty Of Agriculture o Department entertainment
(Imperial College Of Tropical allowance. Child allowance
Agriculture, Trinidad) (limited to three children)
PPLICATIONS are invited for -150 for the first child, ioo
Sthe Chair ofAgriculture (Ani- lot the second child, 1o for
mal Husbandry) from graduates in ,th third child. .S.S
Agriculture: knowledge of 'rropi- the third child. F.. S.S.U.
cal Animal Production and of Housing allowance of 10/
West Indian Agricultural conditions of basic salary, or if available,
is highly desirable, but not essential. unfurnished accommodation
Duties include leading the reaching will be let by the Unversity
and research programmes in Animal at o% of basic lary. Up
Production and related topics in the sary. Up
Department of Agriculture (Animal to five full passages on ap,
Husbandry), Faculty of Agriculture, pointment, on normal ter,
St. Augustine, Trinidad. mination, and on study leave
Salary in the range 3,o5o -- (one every three years.)
C4,ooo. Child allowance (limited once every three years.)
to three children), o for the first Detailedappcations (ten
child, 0oo for second child and copies) giving particulars of
50 for the third child. Head of qualifications and experience,
Department entertainment allowance date of birth, and the names
z200. F.S.S,U. Housing allowance of three referees should be
of 1o%of basic salary, or if avail-
lable, unfurnished accommodation sent by March 31, 1964, by
will be let by the University at Io% persons living in the Amen-
of basic salary. Up to five full pas- cas and the Caribbean area
sages on appointment, and on nor- to the Registrar, University
mal termination, and on study leave of the West Indies, Kingston
(once every three years)., ot WsndisKngt
Detailed applications (ten copies) 7, Jamaica, and by all other
giving particulars of qualifications persons to the Secretary Inter-
and experience, date of birth and the University Council for High-
names of three referees by 17th March, er Education, Overseas, 29
1964, by persons living in the Ame- Woburn Square, London,
ricas and the Car:bbean area to the W. C.I. Further partcu
Registrar, University of the Wester paicu
Indies, Kingston 7, Jamaica, and by lars may be obtained similar,
all other persons to the Secretary, ly.
Inter-University Council for Higher *
Education Overseas, 29 Woburn
Square, Lonon W.C. I. Fuhrthr .
pariiculars ma y be o b t a i n'e d APPLICATIONs are I vited
similarly. for th pb t of Animnal Nitri-

he West Indies
for the post of Lecturer or,
natomy in the Department
the post will include work
y which is serving the
- ond instruction in Morbid
for the medical degree of the
:he direction of the Professor

- ,750o x 120 2,590
cturer 2,550, x zo0-
,hild allowance limited to
housing allowance of io%
u, furnished accomdation
.t io% of salary. Up to five
on normal termination and
ee years). Local vacation
arranged with the Head of

cop es) giving full particulars
ce, date ot birth and names of
y March 31. 1964, by per-
nd the Caribbean area to the
West Indies, Kingston 7,
ons to the Secretary to the
:s Overseas, in Special Rela-
, Senate House, London,
may be obtained similarly.

tion Chemist in the Regional
Research Centre, S. Augus-
tine, Trinidad. Postgraduate
qualifications essential and
experience desirable. Duties
will involve otganising and
carrying out research mainlyy
applied) with dairy cattle,
s and swine, ad
course of lectures to upder,
graduate students one term
per academic year. Ap,
pointment will be for three
years in the first instance.
Appointment will be in the
Assistant L e c tu r e r or
Lecturer Grade.

Salary scales: Assistant
Lecturer -- ,20zoo x so --
1,350 per annum: Lec,
turer -- 1,450 x 60 -- i,
810 x 8o -- 2,290 per ar/
num. Child allowance
(limited to three children)
i15o for the first child, Coo
for the second child, so for
the third child. F.S.S.U.
Housing allowance of io%
of basic salary, or if available,
unfurnished accommodation
will be let by the University
at o1% of basic salary. Up
to five full passages on ap/
pointment, on normal ter,
minition and on study leave
(once every three yeats).
Detailed applications (six
copies) giving particulars of
qualifications and experience,
oate of birth, and the names
of three referees should be
sent by March 31, 1964, by
persons living in.the Ameri-
cas and the Caribbean area
to the Registrar, University
of the West Indies, Kingston
7, Jamaica, and by all other
persons to the Secretary,
InterUniversity Council for
Higher Education Overseas,
29 Woburn Square, Lon,
don, W.C.I. Further par,
ticulars may be 6btainej
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Milk Factory

A Diary Plant was re,
cently opened in Antigua.
The plant is capable of pro,
during 1oo gallons of milk
per hour.

Now offers FOR HIRE:
Land Clearing & Logging
Terracing & Subsoiling
Road Cutting & Tarrish Cutting
Towing & Winching
Trucking & Moving
Gcnsultation at any Time be Wise, Mechanize!
Save Time & Energy, in Cultivating your Land! i
Cut Labour Costs!
: Earth-Moving & Trucking Contractor
Calibishie, Dominica (B.W.I.)
j Feb. 29, Mar. 7 Apr. 4

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Subscribers are kindly requested to report before
12 noon on Saturday if their papers have not been
delivered., We may be'sold out by that time.

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Commissioner, who thought
I told him we were very near
very shaken from the experien
However the Game Wa
elephant next day. He founi
wbn -hal hwen wnllnrded at S

EVERAL years later I did have a really frightening tooth right through its jaw ar
adventure i. Uganda. I was an E location Officer in me that he had never know
government servicee at the tim:, aid was inspecting scho-is was charging. I maintaird
in the Western Province just outside the district which is missionary which had saved t
now the Queen Eiizabeth Game Reserve. I had taken a
Church Missionary Society lady (inspectoress of the local C(lourful Gere-
mission schools) vith me and we had slept in the Rest At UW.I
House at Katwe, a small village, after inmpecdng schools in y on U W.I.
a very remote area. All around us were the distant
Ruenzori Mou.tains, and as it had rained hard, we could Yesterday (Monday 24th
catch a glimpse of snow on the distant peaks. Below us FebruaMinier for Labour
was Lake George, and as we sat outside the rest house in Soc, Minierv for Labur
the evening, we counted about forty elephants. Fathers, a S s,
mothers and all ages of children, trotting about with their fiom Jamaica w h e r e he
parents. It was very thrilling to see them all. The next attended as D inia ee
morning I got my companion up ear y, as I had to inspect gate, the Annua Meeting of
a school some eigh:y miles away. It was just light when the C council. Mr. Stevens
we started in my car, and there seemed to be shadowy atndied te colorful and
animals crossing the road everywhere. At one point we e cr
saw two hyenas devouring che remains of a bushbuck, who impressive cerencny of the
Presentation of Graduates
merely raised their heads and snarled at us, but soon got on which took place just outside
with their meal! the Senate Building. Abrut
It was quite light, when suddenly in front of us, on the Senate Building. Abrut
the road, loomed a huge elephant He seemed to be 4000 pe Gra were present.
literally dancing with his feet and his trunk and ears were he Ghancellor Her Royal
flapping about in a most alarming manner. I stopped th- the Chncelr Her Ry
car some 30 yards away and we got out of the car to iper Highness Princess Alice, by
atthe animal, but we soon got back to the safety of the the Deans of the several
car,.for quite close was a whole herd of buffalo, who are s Ar Science, Eco
supposed to be far more dangerous even than el:?hants, c Agriculture, Medicine
but they seemed to, take lilde, interest in us. Th4re we mcs, Agriculture, dici
stayed for an hour, whenever we were quite quit the ele anr. alsourgery. DipEduoma
phant disappeared into the bushes at the siJe of the road, were alo awded in Ica
phant disappea.6r0d 1.and .Pub .lioAulllilipa
but it we talked or I revved up the car, out would come'n and Certifictes in Eci
Mr. Elephant, dancing and flapping hisears cton and Social Work.
As we waited there, we suddenly saw some women .
._.. -. lc Sidney Alexander James who
with their waterpots coming along the road chattering Sidny Alex under James who
away, then out came Mr. Elephant, doing his little dance. graduated i Medicine and
The women dropped their pots and ran After this we Surgerwasthe only Dor
remained quite silent for some time and the elephant inican presented. M e ssrs.
thought it was quite safe to walk away. When he had S.P. Richards, Jefferson
gone some 15 yards off he road, my servant in the bck Ches and Charles May
of the ca;, suggested that it was safe for us to try to pass. ard who graduated in Arts,
D Science and Public Admin
I had gone a few yards when the elephant suddenly turned, istration espectivy were
and with his great ears flapping, rushed do vn towards us. included in the Awards.
The blood drained from my head, my knees were like jelly, M Stevens had tals with
I cried to the missionary, "Pray, pray !" My servant cried Dr. Sherlvck, the Vict
out in Swahili:"Qiickly, quickly, !" But I did not lo Dr. Sherlock, the Vicr Frank
b d TChancellor .nd Sir Frank
my head. I could see that the elephant was bearing down W o r r el B.S: (Econ.),
upon us so quickly, that if I went forward he would be W r e r
*Warden of Irvine Hall, on
upon us in no time, our only chance was for me to back Warden of Irvine Hal, on
the car and hope that the beast would pass us in his mad te esblishment o Univer
rush. I managed to back straight and this evidently foxed sity Centres in the smaller
territories. Sir Frank will
him, for he suddenly stopped io feet from us !t is S a r
I went on backing until I was able to turn the car shory visit Dominica prior
and start back for the local village. On the way we met to a visit by Dr. Shelock.
Mr. Stevens stated that the
a car in which were some Indians. I explained about the Councilgot through a good
elephant, but they merely laughed and said that they passed deal of University business
this way every day and that there were elephants about n a coral ani ned
everywhere who did no harm to anyone. They went onatmo D nia
their way, however we soon met them coming back, and osere. Do a is
they said they would go for help to the village, for the looking forwaroyal to tHighness rin
elephant was indeed dangerous.. cess Alyce, the Chancellor
Presently some native policemen came along in an on the iith March next.
open van, to investigate. They had some small rifls, (GIS)
which were quite unsuitable for shooting an elephant.
They got me to sign a paper to say that the elephant was Training of Over-
dangerous, as I was the only government official present,
and this was a game reserve. They shot twelve rounds Seas Officials
before they managed to kill the beast, and we were held up Advisory Council Set Up
for 4 hours My school never got inspected that day A British Advisory Counciffor
When I arrived at the nearest government station, some Ioo Training in Public Administration
miles away, I went to report the incident to the District has been set up, under the chairmanlf

My Adventures With Wild
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it was a great joke, although Mr.'Cart also instanced other c-,
being killed and I was still tion taken underthe main recom
wce. I mendarion of thb Bridges Commi-
trdcn tee.
ardcn went to see the dead eOne application from a British
d that it was indeed a rogue university for a financial-' guarantee
ome time, and who hid a from the DTC, to enable it to
d only one tusk. He assured mount a special overseas course bad
an elephant to stop once it been approved, he said. Another
that it was the prayers of the was under ne&tiation: and several
more applications were expected.
Is, but he only snorted An inter-departmental working
ship ofSr John Maud, Master of par y with local authority represent,
shp o S ngMaudMaste ration had ben set up to investigate
Universi y College, Oxford, to train ration had ben set up to investigate
officials from the developing coun, peblers likel to be involved in
tries in administration. the overseas secondment of Britsh
This was staed recently by Mr. local government officers. It was
Robert Carr, the Secretary for Tech- h(.ped that it would report in the
nical Co-operation, in a written re- early months of next yea-.
ply in the House of Commons. Among other step being taken
He said the Department of Tech, to implmect the Bridges Commit-
nical Co-operation (DTC) was al- te's recommendation was the :stab-
so investigating the setting up of a lishme(t ,f an information centre
special institution fer top-level train- connected with visits and attach
ing in administration, as recommen- ments. (BIS)_
ded by the Br;dges Committee. I FOLLOW THE STAR

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The Crowded Street
By Candia Alleyne
The dusty streets were crowded with pedestrians.
There was the loud hum of voices, the tooting of horns and
the sound of engines. There were vendors and poor beggars
here and there on the sidewalk. It was Christmas eve.
I remembered this street being just as busy many years ago.
I was a child then and I loved the crowds and the noise.
It was a great excitement to come to town, like all the
grownup;;, to shop. But today it was depressing and wet;
I longed for the warmth of the sun after a shower of rain.
I still enjoyed the excitement of Christmas, but some/
times I longed for the season to pass, to return to the quiet
routine of everyday.
"Seen Harvey yet fo' de season?" Tom was walking
beside me.
"No," I replied. "Why, I s' pose he's as drunk as
a fish a' ready!"
"You sayin' dat again! Today will be his las' day
fo' drinking De poor fella is going' to have a nice quiet
"What you meant Harvey goin' to have a quiet
Christmas! I bet you wouldn't see him back to normal
till after New Year!"
"You din' hear what happen nuh: He went troub.
lin' a lady an he got kicked out. De disagreeable ole
woman call police in his skin and dey say dey lockin' him
up for two weeks"
Poor Harvey must have gone on his knees pleading'
"But he decided it was no use. So he say 'Oui Bon
Dieu! fo' de fus' time in years I go spend a happy Christ,
mas. Outside o' hey have too much worry and I go have
to spend too much money. Dese damn police so kind,
dev offering' to give me'shelter and food fo' two week.
Ca Po' ait!"
'"So he accepted their hostility? ouno fi
the fella's to be pitied. One can't help feeling' sorry for
"I often feel dat way myself. I've always said that
if I get through my exams I would like to specialise in
psychiatry," Tom said. "Dat man comes from a family
comparatively well/off, so it's not poverty has driven him
to drink."
"Have you noticed he's quite an intelligent man?"
"He talks a lot of sense when he's almost sober."
"A sort of impatience to struggle with de world and
lack of will led him to drownd his sorrows in drink.
Dat same lack of will made him unable tc stop . and
dere he is now a miserable man!"
It surprised me how accurate Tom's insight into the
man's character probably was.
We came onto a street even more crowded than the
last. The sidewalk where there was any was over/
crowded with men, women are children who had to worm
their way through. Movement was made all the more
tedious because the pavement was punctuated by steps of
various stores and houses. We walked in the road.
"He's beyond help," I said.
"Dis is a case of persecution from Childhood. 'De
child is father of de man'. Dere's too much of a laisser-faire
attitude in everyfing in dis place."
A car whizzed past us. We had no alternative but
to jump into the gutter. We got back onto the road and
reached a spot where the porch of a house formed a full/
stop in the cobbled sidewalk so that one had to walk on
the road for a while before retreating to safety.
The last car was still in sight and we were both just
recovering from the suddenness of it when a truck impa,
tiently made its way along the street.
We flew into gutter once more.
There was a piercing sound of brakes and wheels
gripping the road as the truck stopped suddenly .
Tome He wasn't beside me! Where was Tom

who had been so relieved that Harvey wou'd be safe out of
trouble at Christmas/time?
Tom! My heart stopped in exhaustion.
There he was! My vision of him was blurred by
tears. He was sprawled on the road limp, lifeless, dead.
Why! O why, before his work had reached its
meagre end, must all his hopes be smashed against the
Lhe swirling sards of time!
He's beyond help! Human help!
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Indies Federation
Documents and speeches Nicholas Mansergh, Smuts
on the Federation cf the Professor of the History of
West Indies are contained in the British Commonwealth
an important new book re/ at the University of Cam/
cording developments in the bridge.
Commonwealth in the 10 The publishers say that the
years between 1952 and 1962. volume "brings together, for
The 80oopage volume, the first time, the source
"Documents and Speeches materials from which may be
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I952/,962", was published anced understanding of the
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..'ATUjDAYy MARCH 7, t964

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Religion had promoted and was still
promoting discipline, a vital pre-
requisie to intellectual and economic
a:ivancement; Relgion does not
advocate or endorse the practice of
d honesty, disloyalty, or subversive
activities but rather encourages hard
honest labo'ir and personal sacrifice
in doing things elevating to man-
kind thus creating an atmosphere
where intellectual and economic
progress best thrive.
Fear Of God

tional schools (especially the largest "Religion has had a sobering ef-
Girls Secondiry) to think construc- fect on the temperament of the peog
lively and independently for them, pie of Dominica in that it has made
selves, at a recent meeting of the them fear the wrath of the Almighty.
Dawbiney Literary Club w h e n Fear of God leads to love of neigh,
Mr. A.B.A. Lazare put the case for bout and love of neighbour leads to
and Mr. F. Severin the case agaisnt a condition.where crime is minimized
the m o t i o n that RELIGION- lives and property respected and
HAS HAMPERED PROGRESS hence content reigns. Foreign inves-
IN DOMINICA. tors are not afraid of such commu-
nities" stated the speaker against the
Religion Creates Morons moot.
Speaking first, Mr. Lazare stated Ending, Mr. Severin stated that it
Speaking first, Mr. Lazare stated was the adverse natural phenomena
that the statement was justiable since was the adverse natural phenomena
'progress' m e t intellectual and of geographical location, topography
ecoomicavancemet both which communications, paucity or total
eonomicadvancement bothon which lack of mineral resources,inaccessibi,
were lacking In Dominica despite '.
w e fact that hri tiani w a s intro lity to existing natural resources and
duced into the colony 0 years o lack of trained and skilled personnel
He conceded the fact that the Church rather than religion that have been
h a d helped in establishingschools responsible for the slow rate of pro-
but added t h a t the system, extent gres- in Dominica.
an nature of help in the educational Much interesting discussion en-
ield had rested in a large na r sued fion the floor. Many felt it was
of .morons-people so emaciated of not an easy mtter to see how teli-
mind that they were unable to think gion could be an-impediment to pro-
for themselves. gress when a community with no re
ligions influence could be found as
Religion Creates Fear abasis-fbr comparison. Mr. R, S%.
HaLvis Shillingford c h a i r e d the
Religion has created two great meeting.
f'ers in our ,ciety feary-God-d -
r - _1 i 'T' I :1l *

rear oi ne oevl. I nis iear ot me
devil is responsible for the supersti The D.
tion which is now rife in the island. celebrates
.. "Initiative and creativeness so on the ,a
necessary for economic and intellect that the
ual development have been literally
smothered by the insistence of reli, aga i
S .d m i published
gion to impose its system which ish-
very much opposed to change. Pro, Disar
gress means change" declared the D
speaker for the moot. DowI
Religion And Education cent
Mr. Francis Severin presenting his
case against the motion af'er pointing Unite
out that since Dominica is 80 per that its
cent Catholic it is fitting for Roman
Catholicism to be used as a basis for increase
the discussion and after stating that of two
there is no test-tube experiment de, talks wl
vised as a yardstick for measuring in Gene
'progress' said "Religion in trying new effi
to remove the obstacles to the deve ing ha
lopment of human-resources was res ing ha
possible for the building of the first States
elementary School (by the Moravians) Foster C
and Vocational School a: San San- by next
veur (by the R o m a n Catholic strategic
Church). There are the St. Mary's will r
Academy, the Convent H i g h &
Industrial Schools, engaged in edu, 750 /o
rating the very-y o u t h s who will The
form the skeletal structure around some 13
which-progress is to be'built". naticna
Discipline mrnts,
-0,* nine per
Mr. Severin also made mention of Kingdc
the pioneer efforts of the Roman In 1952
Catholics in the field of economic dom pe
education the attributed the present dom
standard of living to the efforts of cent,
the Credit Union in that the people 1964 th
have become aware of the importance get incr
oc thrift, that they use their money In shot
for provident and productive pnr- forth
poses, and n o t so m u c h to the o
Banana Industry! He stated that its exat

)awbiney Literary Club
its thi:teenrh Anniversary
th of March. It is hoped
Club's fourth Annual
DAWNLIT will be
by April this year.

n 200 per

ed States has disclosed
nuclear arsenal has
d oo2 % in the course
years disarmament
which have droned on
eva. Conceding that
arts to get talks mov-
ve collapsed United
negotiator William
declared recently that
year the Uni'td Slates
missile inventory
each approximately
of that of 1962.
Soviet Union devotes
Super cent of ~ts gross
I product to arma'
the United States
r cent, the United
>m seven per cent.
Sthe United King,
rcentage was 9.8 per
Between 196o and
*e Soviet defence bud,
*eased by 43 per cent.
t Britain is waiting
Soviet Union to follow

Religion Has
HampereJ Domi-
nima's Progress

A Belated Report
By Herald Literary Club Report
T WAS the consensus of opinion
that religion has had a stultifying
effect on creativeness and on the abi-
lity of products of certain denomina,

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Shipments of
Pumpkins, Coco-
nuts, Farine
The Government Fruit
Packing and Marketing De-
partment is encouraging the
production of pumpkins for
export so successfully that on
Tuesday there was shipped
on the S. Iceflower 600 lb.
of pumpkin (besides 218
bags of coconut) destined for
Long Island, U. S. A. It
is hoped to make fortnightly
The Department had been
distributing pumpkin seed
particularly to farmers in the
more inaccessible areas of the
island. Production is in/
creasing and within the next
few months it is hoped to
make regular shipments of
400 bags or more.
Farine production, parti-
cularly in areas not yet served
by roads, is also being push-
ed by the Department who
will continue to purchase for
local resale as well as for
export. At present farine
comes principally from Good
Hope, San Sauveur, Petite
Soufriere, Salybia and Petite

Martin D.:schamps well known
tailor a::d barber of 32 Gt. George
Street is reported to have sustained
severe injuries on the head while re-
laxing on a chair at the Police re,
creation Hall, Roseau, on Monday
2nd March, and is now a patient at
the Princess Margaret Hospital.



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AT THE Botanical Gardens on
S.u..day and Sunday, Empire
gained thenl second outright win -f
the season when they defeated Cas-
usls by 8 vwickets. The fi r s t was
registered against Police A sound
54 by former island player Dennis
Kiviere and a watchful 24 by skipper
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tions in Casuals first innings tjtal of
153. ... Winston bowling his off-
cutters usefully took 4 for 30.
Empire replied w it h 156, all-
rounder J. C. Joseph getting ,91 of
them. Joseph h:ts the ball very h' rd

Meanwhile Heavyweight Cham-
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leen named fighter of the month by
rng magazine and Liston is listed
down as the No. I Contender.
Henry Cooper who outpointed
Brian London to win the British
and European hcavy.'eight crown
is rated No. o1, thie place formerly
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MARTINIQUE has been suffer'
ing from a prolonged bus
and taxi strike against in/
creased tax rateF; at one time
nor a single bus or taxi was
seen in Fortde/Franice or on
the country roads. Many
people walked miles to work
or study. Gen. fec. of the
Union, Mr. Agasta, exhorted
the strikers to behave calmly,
whilp le sads of Police stood

Villages Lit Up
Street lights were switched
on in nine villages last week,
end. They were at Citron,
nier, Loubiere, Soufriere,
Scctts Head, Layou, S&.
Jcseph, Mero, Salisbury and
Grandbay. A government
le'.ase on the subject cbims
that this and other "relenless
grappling vwih problems....
would se-m to point in the
direction of a minor rural re,
evolution taking place in the

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victory and had 6 Ntw Zealand To this reviewer, the most prorrising dossiers has gripp, Geneva for a month attending A yong rran with some practical
wickets do w n for 74 runs but the fascinating thing was the ed the attention of Guade, Committee of Experts on Couven- knowledge of work d o n e in a
rail waggd appreciably. Set to i iloue Thecsetions KWAME Nkrumah President Work Shop, such as Pipe Eiting,
rununder bly. thought of all those likeable Te aseame be of Ghana has sacked three more E r s as Ppeittin,
make 65 runs under half an hour thoughtlikeablere Repairs, ron Worketc.
the tourists got 4z for 3 by the close people from far distant land, fore the Court of Appeal judges KIN Paul of Hellenes tolorkias Repairs, r n W ork; etc.
This is the second draw of theseries. marooned on what seemed an recently. diea yesterday after post-operational New Refrigeration a n d Electrical
Final scores were New Zealand 149 icebound plateau, like cha, A Bass'Terre Doctor of compilations GO VERNOR of Repairs Work Shp.
and 138, S.A. z23 and 42 for 3. acters in a novel. At pre' Medicine was charged with British Guiana Sir Richard Luyt We are willing to give suitable
BOXING sent three more Dominicans- letting his dog bite a child ook Govceestet andspe posts person further training here and if
Father Felix, Mr. Edward without doing anything to parties that they want a Guanese necessary abroad.
"I Was Out Of Shape" Elwin and Mr. Philip Fran, prevent it, and was fined. JAMES Baldwin famous negro nove- Apply in writing t:
Said Liston cis are enjoying e inner Fortunately the child was list elected member of U.S. Nation,
Saidwarmth of a season at Coady, only bruised by the dog's al Institute of A r t. s ,c Letters Feb. z9- March 28
Dethroned heavyweig ht warmth of a season at Coady teeth. CALYPSONIAN Robert Stowe doing March 7.
Champion Sony Liston said that and will no doubt return well at UCH Jamaica after his
he was not in good shape for his title (like others) the iser for it. World Chief Guide heal operation DR. PHILIP Sher, NOTICE
fidg with Clay eidnt tr CARD OF THAN S (Cont. from page 1) Freedom of City of Kingston, All shopkeepers and the
ard enough and claims that woas TAR D OF /'HANAS that by their example they may Jamaica BELGRAVE Robinson, general public are hereby
probably due to the fact that he won The Maximea family wishes to brig about a better world order. Schools Inspector North returc-d notified that the retail price
his last two fights so quickly and thank all the very kind people who, We shall welcome the great Chief last week after 6,month Educatioal of brown sugar in Roseau at
easily. What Liston seems to want in so many different ways, express- Guide to our lovely Dominica and Exchange in U. S. A. i o bron s r in Roseau at
to say is that he grossly underrated ed their sympathy on the Occasion share in the pride of Guides andpresent is 7 per
the talkative Clay-so did too many Of the suddendeath of their beloved Brownies at the privilege of her Supply Office, Roseat
people. John Maximea. forthcoming happy visit. FOLLOW THE STAR GO. 26 Mar. 7 4.3.64