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: April 11, 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 21, N. Y.

o pl f iat t f r icm t o h Ws Ie an
(k Fii e st People I e tt The C bickt Soti
(For the General Welfare or the People of Dominica, the further 'd, ancement of lthe West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole)



Gastaways Development Co. IT r minar St. Lucia


6-Year Banana
"Unique Agreement"

Gets Go-Ahead I're Challenging Words The new six-year contract
HereR. MILTON CATO, Bar, initialled by WINBAN
DOMINICA will shortly emulate Montserrat with a rister leader of the St. and Geest Industries which
housing scheme to attract retired Canadians. The e ariean Congress incent Labour Party, said will come into effect on May
Mero Estate of 345 acres has been sold to the Castaways f siabour rs sponsoring a in Barbados on Thursday Ist 1964 is "unique in the
Development Company Ltd. of Toronto, Ontario, Canadaseminar or trade unionists home from Lon hisor o his pe o agree
and Will be built up into a small self-contained township to take place in Dominica (on his way"home from Lon, history ot this type of agree,
and will be built up into a small self-contiined township frto take prl n Domnca don via Canada and New meant" according to WIN
with perhaps seven or eight hundred family units, a church from Apr 26May 6 York) that his Party remained BAN President Denis Henry
Venue for le-tures will be the York) that his Party remained
(Anglican), a school a d a small shopping centre. lu a n the committed to a federation of in an interview with a WIBS
S W H Hquati of ththe Windwards and Lee reporter on his arrival back
Mr. W.H. Harris of the for sale in the Province. several delegates from territo wards including Barbados Lee, rn renadr on Tsday
Castaways Hotel, the local Before Mr. Webster left he tries will be housed in Upper wds ncludng Barbados G enada on Tuesay
representative of the com,/ *\1 1 mr wLstrn lelt n e with a strong central govern, Henry, when first
pany, in an interview with said tat he was thrilled with Lanent.Headded that th interview, sated that he
pour an inert terd tt the Dominica and approved the ---- Administrator of St. Vincent was not in a position to give
our reporter, stated that the roj e ct wholeheartedly. had no alternative but to ar details of the contract, sine
lots for sae will be about a The survey of the boundaries BRITISH GENERAL range for a general election it still had to he ratified by
third of an acre in size, ap, has been completed by Mr. ELECTION there this year. A heated the fotr island Banana
proxiately 75' x oo'. The Winski and the affairs of the session of St.Vincents legis G r o w e r s Associations of
lots will have waier, roads Company are being handled The forthcoming genera lature tookplae on Friday Grenada, St. Vincent
ind electricity supplied and i Dominica by Mr. C. C. election in Britain will pro, xi .,but
the housing estate will have Beausoleil, toeless, went on to ma
its own _riva:e bel M.aMP.Sir John Vaiihan,,nevertheless, went o m
Sfsons canpply, or else said Prime minister irA Morgan declared that a-de the following points about
S yac basinat the to Mr. Harris of Castaways Douglas Home. Meanwhile on of the small islands in the new agreement:
mouth of the Mer River. H o t e 1 or the offices of the Labour Party won by a the near future was unlikely, There will be an increase
Quality Houses Only the Castaways Development considerable lead in the first, judging by his West Indian in the basic price structure of
The Dominica Electricity Company, Wilamere Drive, ever Greater London Coun, con s boh in Britain and o. i per Ib. (the overall
Services have signified that Toronto, Ontario, Canada. cil elections held this week. cn Barbados. "A much price being, of course, de
ample power will be avail, stronger national feeling" pendent upon the Green Boat
able; water supply will be --- -- was requisite, added Sir John, Price in force at any particu/
ensured by a larger main referring to Unit claims for lir time).
from St. Joseph; alternatively, Everything Sto S For Worrell power as being undiminished. *The growers will partici/
there is a natural spring un EMeanwhile in St. Lucia, pate in the ripening profits of
dethe wclif on the eas Cricket And Academics Leg. Co. has been dissolved, the marketing company to the
dthe estate wich can be sCkoutgoing C.M. Mr. George extent of 5o% ofthe net pro,
dammed to provide a reser/ HHAIRMAN Mr. "Jeff" Charles BSc. led off with an Charles held a public meet, fits but not the losses this
voir with enough water to r insouciant history of the sterling qualities of chevalier/ ing of his Labour Party at being the revolutionary aspect
supply the whole district sportsman Sir Frank Worrell at the first public appeal Castries on Thursday, and of the contract.
Residents will be required to meeting for funds to construct Dominica's own U. W. I. there is general belief that *There will be a progressive
provide their own septic centre held at new D. G. S. on Wednesday night. He island-wide elections will be reduction in freight charges,
tanks. traced lightheartedly Sir Frank's illustious career then held within two months. dependent upon the- increase
In order to ensure that a reminded the audience that their guest was as a Warden of Mr. J.M.D. Bousquec had in loading of the refrigerated
reasonable standard of house the University. earlier blamed the Govern, vessels from 80% tonnage
ing is maintained the Com' meant for its treatment of the capacity, at the rate of 1o%
pany intends to set a mini, In his major address, Sir Frank (after stating simply: Banana Association issue, for discount up to 8s%, 25%
mum price ceiling for the "I am proud of the knighthood"), declaring he knew that nn-implementation of the from 85--90% and o0%
construction of each house, most of those present would prefer him to talk about WHO water survey and f over 9o% tonnage capacity.
t h us avoiding unsightly cricket, emphasized the hope of "decentralizing the U. W. tampering with the draft Geest Industries, who
shacks. I. and bringing learning to all the people since without stamp. were the successors of the
.es.izmates. wre the corso h
Ontario Government Approval an educated population, democracy was impossible. He -_. original marketing company
discussed the plan for a Dominica Centre to house a faculty PEOPLE IN THE NEWS which started in Doinica
Since most of the real later which the university would staff saying the island's in 1949, Antilles Products
estate will be sold to people great need for adult education would be taken into KEITH Alleyne, Q. C. goes -to Ltdhave heavy commit
in the Province of Ontario account "We are thinking in terms of a federation," said SKitts a member estate assessment
h..r- ,--f ..r t. r,, board sitting from April z5 JOHN Cont. on page ia

te licensing omfcer oi t at
Province, Mr. E. E. Webster,
has visited the island during
the past week so that he can
give full details about Dom,
inica, it; Government, its
schools, its climate and its
cost/of/living etc. b e fo r e
issuing a license to the Com-
pany to advertise realestate

Sir Frank. "Unfortunately we must rely on me unit
Governments for our recurrent income; but I must refer to
the generous foresight of those W. I. politicians who
(although they jettisoned some other federal projects when
the old federation faded) decided to stay with the Univer,
sity of the West Indies. The U. W I. is a unifying force,
based on brotherhood. It needs the assistance of men and
women of good will wherever they may be found."
To he concluded next week.

Archbold to grow coffee for export
to Barbados "SPARROW" sings
calypsoes at Carib Cinema tomorrow
and Monday SELWYN Nelson,
Trade unionist and musician L.'M.
Christian both in PMH recovering
from operations PETER Sellars
British screen actor seriously ill from
heart trouble in Hollywood *
DOucGAS McArthur, veteran U. S.
general, hero of two world wars,

military governor of occupied Japan
and later dismissed by Truman as
Cin-C Korea, died last Sunday *
VIDIA Naipul Trinidad Novelist
awarded top literary Hawthornden
Prize DERMOTT Louison gave
successful art exhibition in St.
Kitts last week. HAROLD Mac-
millan, axP. M., refused offer of
an earldom.

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Corrected Figures From S. o. S.

ACCORDING to a recent release issued by the Government Informa,
tion Service on the subject of Rehabilitation of the Banana Industry
from damage caused locally by last year's hurricanes the grants approved by
the Secretary of State by way of assistance towards the rehabilitation of the
industry were given as follows:-
For Fertilizer Distribution $817,roo
For Field Rehabilitation 8434,220
For Pest and Di;ease Cnntrol $ 22,415
A later communication from the Secretary of State has confirmed the
figures of Fertilizer and Field Rehabilitation and corrected the amount of
assistance for Pest and Disease control 'irom $22,415 to $222,415.
According to the S.o.S.'s distribution instructions for First Second
and Third aDpLcations of Fertilizer, Estates of over loo acres will bear the
full cost of Fertilizer.
For estates of from 50 to Ioo acres, Fertilizer will be supplied at 50 o%
of cost for first applications and 75 % of cost for second applications.
For Estates under 5o acres Fertilizer will be supplied free fcr ist ap-
plications and at 25% of cost for second applications.
For third applications all estates will bear the full cosr. These
three applications of fertilizer are intended to cover the period October
1963 to June 1964,
The amount provided for Field Rehabilitation will be distributed as
(I) Estates of over 1oo acres which are not eligible for insurance
will receive a percentage of $r5.oo per acre assessed on per,
cen:age of damage;
(II) Estates of below Ico acres if eligible for insurance will receive
percentage of $30.00 per arce on percentage of damage;
(rit) Estates of below too acres which are not eligible for insur,
ance will receive $1oc.oo per acre on percentage of damage.
The amounts for field rehabilitation will be given out in each on the
basis mentioned.
To return to the item of Fertilizer, this has already been given out
for the first' application and is now being distributed for second applica-
tion on a credit basis. This was done ponding the receipt of full in,
structions from the Secretary of State. Now that these instruction! have
been received, ftirther distributions and adjustments of outstanding accounts
will be madeon the basis of the Secretary of State's instructions. (GIS)
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t ,s n.cipenc.t And Learning

Gonrad Huntew And Frank Worrell

Conrad Hunte flew out,
Sir Frank Worrell flew in-
and a golden week in Dom,
inica's cricketing history was
registered. T he outgoing
tesc cricketer, Hunte, haa
been the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Bruney at
Goodwill; he was here not
merely for sporting reasons
(although he gave a delight,
ful demonstration of batting
in the botanical gardens on
Monday afternoon). In an
interview with the HERALD
Editor, whom he visited at
the particular instigation of
Sir Grantley Adams, Conrad
Hunte in his disarming and
sincere manner described his
enthusiasm for Moral Rear,
mament and the hope he had
of recruiting from each island
xoo boys and too girls be,
r.ween the ages of 15- 25
years for youth leadership

"Youth needs guidance
and training," said Mr.
Hunte, "By placing t,h e
emphasis on training for
youth leadership, we could
have in fifteen or 25 years'
time several public and poli,
tical leaders of good morale
and conscience. In every
English-speaking ma jor

island of the West Indies we
have MRA groups. I am
here to help map out a pro,
gramme and local people
will take it up, discuss it and
present it back to the move,
meant" (of which Peter Ho,
ward is the world head and
Hunte a voluntary a rea
leader), "after which it will
be re-presented to them in a
clarified form, and they will
translate iz into action." Mr.
Hunte said that MRA had
no barriers of sectaria nism or
class or colour: people of all
kinds and of all free coun.
tries were interested in this
international force for human
advancement, with the guid-
ing principle: change the
man first through his con-
science, then you will change
and improve world condil
"We m u s t," declared
Hunte, "h ave a creative
And Then, Sir Frank!
Then band beat rapturous-
ly for Sir Frank on Wed-
nesday night when he was
guest of honour at a dance
at the Union Club. He
stayed at Government House
during his visit. Sir Frank
first visited Dominica in 1941

as a student cricketer;
his host was venerable mer-
chant Mr. C. G. Phillip.
After days cf soggy wet
weather, the sun came out
brilliantly for the historical
match played in our botani/
cal gardens on Thursday
reportedd in Sportlight). It
was hard to see any shrubs
in that verdant enclosure
because of all the cars and
people crowding to the verge
of the cricketpitch. That
same evening, Sir Frank
made an appeal speech on
behalf of Dominica's project/
ted U.W.I. L ntre.

Belgian Doctors
Belgian Police and Army were
mobilized over list weekend re deal
with domonstraions arising from the
strike of twelve thousand doctors
and to supply emergency hospital
service. Trade U lionists have pro,
tested against the walkout and
thousands of doctors have lef the
country, cp

Naples:-- M i c h e Angelo's
Pieta marble startue of Mary holding
the Dead Christ was shipped aboard
the liner Christoforo Colombo
last Sunday en route to New York
case which wili streakk loose and
float if the ship sink.- cp.
~~- ----
Swedish Anti-
Cancer Drive
Swedish Doctors plan to e:am-
ine every woman over 25 in a drive
to cut deaths fiom cancer. The
plan involves examination of about
250,000 woman annually.

cruel s

VERSION to mis
Dear Mr. Editor, Domi
& KINDNESS". -eWed
Please allcw me space in k in d
your valuable column to Questi
make this reply: matters
I have been instructed to
inform you that your remarks CIVII
in your Editorial of Saturday NEW Y
4th April, '-Protocol and one hu
Kindness" bears a mistate/ strators
Fa'r site
ment about a member of the school i
Executive cf the Labour
Party. Did the woman and DUC
her husband tell you that i
from 1946 they were squatters inform
on a portion of Crown land? abe
and that in 1961 they were Minist
given their boundary, nor' duc-io
therly up to the foot track of h 4t,
the old Castle Bruce road? a Pa
Were you reliably inrorlned 'e Ut
that over this log period Hone
they have not worked not Minist,
even nalf of their portion of has be,
five acres of land. Did they pro
also tell you that they will- 1
fully crossed the boundary of Domi(
the foot track, and trespassed Tempr
and damaged owher people's & Pr
property. Would you be f
KIND ENOUGH to get a

information froir the Crown
Lands and Surveyor Depart/ 0aiJ

is sched
NASSAU April 5. Mass immuniza, on Mot
ton is being carried ouc in the Ba/ 9 oo a.r
hamas after a polio outbreak which Driv
struck eighteen and killed one, particip
14,ooo persons were vaccinated on asked t
Friday.-CP D.T.B.

since Philip As Chancellor

before making such
tatements, which tend
lead the general Public.
neral Se c r e t a r v,
nica Labour Party
were concerned in our
I with examples of un,
Sn e ss and inhumanity.
ons of legal rights are
for the Courts. Editor.

ORK April 4. More than
ndred Civil Rights demon-
began picketing the World's
:today to draw -ttentiin to
ntegration problems. CP

reay For U. K.
Snotihed for general
nation that the Honmour,
N. A N. Ducreay,
er for Trade & Pro-
n, lef. the territory on
SApril, 1964, to attend
iam'.ntary Course in
nitad Kingdom ar:d the
durable R. P. St. Luce,
er without Portfolio,
en appointed under the
on of section 16 of the
lica (Canstit u t i o n)
e r/in-Council, 1i959,
oiary Minister for Trade
oduction with effect
th April, 1964.-(GIS)

s Again
cruise ship M.S. Bergensfjord
luled to arrive in Dommnica
aday, 2oth April, arriving at
m. and leaving at 6.00 p m.
ers of mntor cars desircus of
rating ii the shore tour are
o register with the Secretary
not later than Friday, i7th.

A student takes the chair while the Duke of Edinburgh, Chancellor
of Edinburgh University, chats with popular actor Dr. James Robert,
son Justice, installed as Rector for the second time.-BIS
LONDON, April 4. Queen Elizabeth had her new b'by son in her
arms as she left Buckingham Palace by car today for the first time since
his birth on March o1. Prince Andrew, the Queen's second son
(aged four) accompanied his mother and baby brother. The Queen
and Prince Philip will stay at Windsor Castle until May.--CP.



Clean Food
By Alec Forrest
Diry food means trouble. Trouble, often painfu
and dangerous, for all who eat it. A nd it should mear
trouble of another kind for those who make or sell it
Housewives and others who buy food, need to be protected
against those who prepare food without proper care, and
those who "doctor" it for their own profit.
In Britain, an important official in every locality is the
public heakh inspector. His job is to inspect all places
where food is sold or prepared, and make certain that pro.
per standards are observed. If not, he must take action
When we all trouble ourselves about clean food and
insist on good standards, there is much less chance of dirt
food entering our homes. After all, what is the point o
paying cut money, our own earnings, to be poisoned o
made ill?

Meat Inspector At Work


Sve, tooWd and Meat Inspectors of a local authority in
Britain are examining beef carcases for freedom from
disease. At these premises, the flooi and wall
finishes are designed to mike cleaning easy. There
is excellent lighting to aid close inspection and a
hand washing fitment with instant hot water. The
carcases hang from rails well clear of the walls, and
the inspectors wear overclotbing and caps which
have a waterproof finish and can be cleaned easily,

Senators Urge Council Chairman by Mrs. full-time cooperative workers
Alec Lovelace, Administra, requiring a more coinprehen,
Revision of U.S. cor's wife, at a ceremony on sive program of training than
Immigration March 31, in the presence of is provided 'by the four and
SH. H. Col. Lovelace, Hon. one-half month group train,
Quota System E. O. LeBlanc and Mrs. ing program in Co-operatives
LeBlanc, Hon. & Mrs. W.S. and Co-operative Education
S Continued support for re- Stevens, and the Social De/ which has been offered in
Vision of U. S. entry laws to velopment Officer and Mrs. previous years and is again
allow a wider selection of Christian. Atri umphal being offered in June, 1964.
e immigrants to settle in the Village procession took place The technical assistance
s United States w as heard and carnival competitors also award w i 11 consist of a
, again by the Senate Immi, received prizes, monthly stipend of $15o; a
Sgration, Subcommittee re,, book allowance; a clothing
d centl Diploma Course and equipment allowance,
S Three Senators -Clain n Social tuition fees, provision of all
f borne Pell of Rhode Island, transportation .n connection
r Hiram Fong of Hawaii, and Leadership with the programme, and
Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania suitable hospital and medical
-testified in favour of amend- Applications are invited services.
ing the immigration laws. from suitably qualified per/ Literature describing the
Liberalization of immigra, sons for a diploma course in course may be seen at the
tion laws was urged lastmonth Social Leadership which will Administrator's Office
by President Johnson in his be available at .the Coady Applications stating age,
StateoftheUnion message International Institute of St. experience and qualifications,
to Congress. He called for Francis Xavier University, should be addressed to- the
changed standards for ad A ntigonish, Nova Scotia, Chief Secretary, Administra,
mission of immigrants parti- commencing in mid-Septem/ tor's Office, Roseau, and
cularly to permit entry of per, ber 1964 and lasting eight should reach'him not later
sons "with muchneeded months. than the xoth April.
skills and those joining their Preference will be given to GO.37. Apr. ii
families." persons who have a mini,
Senator Pell said "freedom num of the Cambridge FOR SALE
of movement has traditionally School Leaving Certificate
been a bulwark of democratic or its equivalent. In addi, One Zephyr Motor ,ar No.595
societies." He added' that tion, candidates s lo
this rinci engage in some form Licensed.1 an3 insuredi .
w ic this country was of community development Any reasonable offer will be
founded", and that the or have shown potential in accepted.
present law b a s e d on a this field. The course is re, Apply: PIWI.
National Origins Quota sys, commended particularly for Apr. 4-11
tem violates this principle.
(USIS) -
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teenage girl, for, having endowed
her with a good figure, and a pleasanti
manner, it may happen that her skin
and complexion are marred by enlarged
pores, pimples, blackheads or pustules.
However, here's heartening news for;
remarkable new antiseptic hexa-
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pustules, and the embarrassing' scar-i
ring of the skin. The use of TEENAGEi
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years to come. A blemish-free glow-.
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killing properties of TEENAGE SKIN)
CREAM will prevent the spread of un-4
{sightly pimples that cause irritation
and disfigure the faces of so many
youths. So ALL TEENAGERS, make
tthe use of TEENAGE SKIN CREAM a
daily habit! Only 750 per tube at:-

aiST D.*

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Press freedom save where
violence was ;nstigated; sup-
port of a Government domi,
nated Press service; a remark

AN interesting reassessment Criticism By Press that "te State must have a
of his previous address on ro-opoly of the techniques
the Press, under the title Referring to a Chronicle of violence"; a view that one
"The role of the Press in de, editorial, Mr. Armour emp- of the best functions of the
veloping countries re-examin, hasised the importance of Press w as to encourage
ed" was given by Mr. Jenner film reviewing for guiding young literary talent; and the
Armour to an audience of the young in the way they subject of film reviewing.
twenty at Dawbiney Literary should go. He maintained To all these and other points
Club (old D. C. S.) on that the Press should criticise the speaker replied with
March 26. Representatives Government only in a re, legalistic adroitness, after r
of both local newspaper were sponsible way, but should which the meeting terminated
present by invitation. Mr. not try to "overrule "govern, with a business session.
C. A. Maynard, Club Pre, ment or try to bring about
sident, was in the chair, its downfall. India, he said, POST OFFICE NOTICE
As our reporters under/ had amended her constitu,
stood t h e argument, the tion as to the extent of Press COMMEMORATIVE STAMP
speaker expressed his belief freedom, and could now
in freedom of the Press but censor or shut down papers. Fourth Centenary of the
felt that such freedom should It was suggested that in Birth of Shakespeare
be restrained under certain Press matters government It is notified for general
conditions in developing should play an advisory role, information that a Special
countries: as for example, if and that various sectional Dominica P o s t a g e and
the Press had criticised a interests should write edito DRevenue Stmp to coan
Government in power, and rials to appear in the paper memorate the Fourth Cen,
that Government continued by arrangement, although the tenar ofthe Birth ofShake
to implemryt the policies "daytoday" running of the speared will be issued on
under criticism, the subject newspapers should not be Thursday the 23rd April,
should be dropped by the interfered with. More re, 1964.
Press. gional and world news was The value of the stamp
Mr. Armour said that the considered essential; and the shall be 15cents and the
Press in developing countries speaker did not think that colur bright purple.
was ofien against progress political parties should con- The design shall consist of
ed interests in outside lands. Memorial Theatre,with a
1H cited the attitude of pre/ The Discussion Morial Theatresty the
vious Trinidad Guardian man- portrait of er Maesty the
agement towards Dr. Wil, Standing orders were sus, Queen to the left and a per,
liams as an example, adding pended so that the 4hiscussion trait of Shakeseare to the
that in developing countries which ensued could be ex, right.a
the Press is not sufficiently tended. This included a The tamp will be on sale
representative of the people's view that a Press Council for threemonths.
views to allow it, the right would be a desirable means The 5 avenue stamp o fca
to bring down a government. of control; an attack on Pstae dfintive ue stamp of
Figures were quoted from the Presscontrol by expatriates withdrawn from sale during
Royal Commission on the or by "Negro Saxons"; a drawn from sale during
Press (1947,49) showing disclaimer from the floor that e period 23rd April to 22nd
the gradual concentration of the power of the Press in u 1i b th ays
power through newspapers Dominica could really be inclusve.
in Britain being bought up immense, since joint news, N. ROYER
by three or four Press Barons. readership figures were so Colonial Postmaster.
Press p o w e r (the speaker small; the opinion that edito- GO. 36 Apr. 11
thought) was great: he gave rials were an essential forum
statistics of newspaper reader, of opinion; some resistance
ship for the U.K. and to the idea that Government "Monotractor'
U.S.A. should control or suppress

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of living, we have, by volume buying,
been aoie to secure In.stant Coffee at the
unbeatable price cf 750 per 2-oz. tin,
under the Brand name of:
As an introduc:try offer, we offer one
tin Dutch Biby Evaporated Milk FREE
with every tin of Astaphans Instant Coffee
Try a tin to-day and be satisfied.
Designed for your shopping pleasure. The
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Mar. 21-April i


Dominica, will be opening on
December 1st. 1964. Appli-
cations are now being re-
ceived f or Receptionists,
Head Cook, Assistant Cooks,
Head Waiter, Waiter s,
Waitresses, Barman.

Apply:-- MRS. D. AGAR,

Apr. 4-11


'For Use In Overseas Territories

Simple to operate, the Monotractor can be applied to ploughing, ridging
and sowing, as well as cropspraying and hoeing.- BIS

Dawbiney Talk And Debate






of employment CARD OF THAKS

n-it,C. i..ia conminsiii; I ---.w E coHMEnsi
2JY BO & RA Y detailed provisions a b o u t Mr.& Mrs. G. Ste'man and family
Many of us in Dominica have become more or less accustomed to minimum pay during notice, and Mr, & Mrs Rurleph Georges andc Mr. & Mrs. J. B. Lawrence aid
(y) beggars on every street corner and (2) i;oides ofrmall children racing the broad frincile of which apclycisht to express their sincere Mr. & Mrs. N. Prevost of Layou wish
around furtively playing truant from the school room. We see so much appreciation and thanks to all those to express their sincere gritde
begging and 1o0r2-z4-ye?r-cld boys and girls in band.; roaming the is that the employee should who sent them Cards of sympathy, to all those who sent them caids of
streets and burned-out buildings that it has ceased to be a concern to us receive during notice nct less Wreaths, and in other ways showed sympathy, wreaths and in other ways
a y more. than he is entitled to under their sympathy on the occasion of showed their sympathy on the occa-
Nit so with visitors to Doninica. We were told by no less than his contract for a normal the death of their Mother Mrs. sion of the death of heir Mother
five diffrcnt people in as many days, strangers all, that they had never seen week's work. Felicienne Stedman,, Mrs. Trinil Lawrence.
so many beggars nor so many children-beggars in proportion to the popul- May Her Soul Rest In Peae. Miy Her Soul Rest In Peace.
ation size of Dominica. Several of these visitors were yachismen. One --
couple bad stopped ,vernig-t in Ports;nouth Harbour and went ashore ROSEAU CLASSES OF EXTRA MURAL DEPARTMENT
the nezt morning. They said they were followed by fifty or sixty small
children everywhere they walked... even inro the shops,.. most of them FOR MIO-S6U MMER TERM 1964
screaming: 'I'm hongiy' G;mme a ten-cents for bread!"
In one shop it began to be so bad that the visitors c-uld not be MONDAY:
heard by the shopkeeper. He tried to quet the children to no avail.
Finally, the visiting lady yachtsman stood up on a box and waved her 430-5.30 Geography (G.C.E. & L.C.C.) Miss F. Burton C.H.S.
hands for silence, The children stopp-d bawling for a few seconds and 5.co-6.oo00 Book keeping (G.C.E. & L.CC.) Mr. T.Isidore
she used this moment to speak her mind: 'People, she said, this is dis-
graceful. We arc visitors to your island. We wish to buy things here. .L.S.A. (D.Acc) D.G.S.
We wish to see your beautiful island. But rfyou carry on in such a 5.30-6.30 English Literature (G.C.E: Twelfth Night) Miss Natalie Charles C.H.S.
disgracefid way, we must leave your island without buying anything and 7.00-8.00 English Language (G.C.E. & L.C.C.) Mrs. D. Robert W.H,S.
without a decent chance to see and admire your island. If you force us
to leave by your discoutteous and barbarous screaming and following us TUESDAY:
about in packs, we have nc other recourse but to tell friends and other
yachismen that the parents, the adults of Dominica are raising ignorant 4.30-5.30 German (G.C.E. & L.C.C.) Dr. E. Muller C.H.S.
and rude children, no, that iec parents of children in Dominica are NOT 5.30-6.30 Scriptie (G.C.E.) Dr. E. Muller C.H.S.
trainiLg their children at all!"
We were interested in knowing if the children sopped their shonut 6.30-7.30 Span;h (G.C.E. & L.C.C.) Dr, E. Muller C.H.S.
ing and following them. ''No," she told us, ''my little speech made no
change in the behavior of the crowd at all! In fact, a handful of adult WEDNESDAY:
Dominicans had joined the children and were also begging for bread!"
Later we were told by the lady visitor's husband that they had not 7.00-8.00 Arithmetic (G.C.E. & L.C.C.) Teachers Local Mr, 0, A. Walker D. G. S.
encountered such wild bands of children in any of the other islands all
the way from Tinridid; and they had stopped in ah ot them. He said THURSDAY:
he had really never seen anything 'ike it anywhere.. "not even in the
movies"... he added 8.00-9.oo Private Secretary's Diploma (L.C.C.) Mrs. B. Harris C.H.S.
Another couple .old us about the same sort of story the next day.
They bad anived by plane, rented a car, had driven north on the coast FRIDAY:
toad to Salisbury where they were stopped and could drive no further.
Bands of howlihgyonre bl a,-win -5.30 erman (G.C.E, & L.C.C.) Dr. E. l4uller C.H.S.
Around and started back, the crowd followed them 4,30-5.20 West Indian History (G.C E.) Miss J.Sorhaindo B.A. D.G.S.
by running behind and alongside the car. "A.id on that bumpy road 5.30-6.30 Spanish (G.C.E. & L.C.C.) Dr. E. Muller D.G.S.
we couldn't go fast enough to get away from them -- it was terrible!" Eco mics ( C & L. ) M. J. B
., "I felt like I was having a bad dream," another tcurist told us. 5.30-6.30 economics (G .E. & L.C.C.) Mr. J. Barzey D.C.S.
"Here we were trying to photograph the lovely colours of the flowers 3th and en g J e
along the street in front the Government House, and these people... they Enrolment starting March 31st. Classes starting April 13th and ending June 13th.
weren't all children. .. deliberately lined themselves up before my camera Fee-One course $3.0', for each additional course $2.00 more.
and asked for a penny to be in the picture! We couldn't get rid of Admission only on admission ticket, obtainable at the Extra Mural Department. Fees
them. They followed us all the way back to the tanker at Fond Coe! have to be paid before May 5th.
where they were joined by an even larger crowd who were on the tiny
jetty bothering two American yachts that were tied up just at the end of Apr. I
the pier, .. ...S .. .,rf 4 -" ,-, ..... .*.r....'.. -...**.r .,, ,, -,
"Don't you have a Tourist Board." he asked. "Isn't there som:- C i
thing that can be done about this" Then he added the line that really
hurt: "If I never see this place again, it'll be too soon!" EGU UC ATION Consider W eight W hen Y u Buy!
Dear Readers: this column is quoting exactly what tmese people said.
It's not nice to read... but its even worse to hear coming from strangers,
visitors, tourists and potential customers. The truth hurts. So they say.

New British Employment Act F
Greater Security For Workers I

Sweeping proposals giving [service.
greater security for workers At least two weeks' notice
in Britain were outlined in after 2 years' continouns
London recently. service.
They are contained in the At least four weeks' notice
provisions of the Contracts after 5 year's continuous
of Employment Act 1963 service.
which comes into operation Anyone who already has
on 6th July. One of the a right to longer notice will
efforts of the Act, says a not be adversely affected and
Ministry of Labour an, an employee will, in return,
nouncement, is t o make have certain obligations with
Britain the first country in regard to the notice he gives
the world to give employees his employer,
a legal right to a written The Act is part of the
statement about the main Government's wider plans to
terms of their employment, give workers cf all kinds
The Act lays d o w n improved status and greater
minimum rights of notice. security of employment.
An employee will have a Its object is to give
right to receive: employees a clear understand,
At least one week's notice ing of their rights and obli-
after 26 weeks' continuous nations under their contracts

L OOK at the eggs you are buying! Are they all the same
L size? Are you paying the same price for small eggs.as
you pay for large eggs ? There are six official sizes of eggs,
each with its own exact range of weights per doz.
At Sylvania all eggs are graded according to the six official
sizes. You GET what you pay for. When you buy Syl-
vania-Fresh "large" eggs, you are getting between 24
ounces and 27 ounces of eggs per dozen When you buy
Mediums, you get between 18 ounces and 24 ounces of
eggs per dozen. Of course Mediums cost you less!
Eggs cost money! GET what YOU pay for!
This is Number 1 in a series of advertisements called Eggucation, watch for the next one.
It will deal with Quality.

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Loblack Explains

Annual Et'briptionos: Town 85.00 Country S6.00 Dear Editor,
overseas (arface Mail) S7.50 .._ Power in the hands of those that have no
SATURDAY, APRIL Ir, 1964 Vision is like a Ship without a compass.
Please give me little space in your
THE FIRST -G A GE column to give the world the rue
THE FIR T CHAN E picture of my expulsion from the
Dominica Labour Party. Firs- of
all I would like to inform the world
W HAT has happened in St. Lucia of a nomi-ated member in Dominica from that Mrs. Mable James wants to run
politics may be taken as an indica, the Party he helped to found, the party as a star chamber which
tion to all small-island leaders of the or to the v i s i t of a St. Vincent was abolished in England about 300
"impermanence of the dead cert". Who Labour O p po s i t i o n leader years ago. The reason they gave
could have imagined a short while ago (through popular subscription) to the formy expulsions untrue, t wmil
that a government with a longestablished Colonial Office and other cen:res ofinflu te ey land to ask t hem how many
Labour majority in that territory w'.ould ence. St. Lucia is however fortunate that public meeting, and I refused o,
fall virtually overnight, in the recognized this issue may be settled before the Re/ speak on their platform. The very
and bloodless manne: of a democratic gional Council takes any final decisions, first day they expelled Mrs. Allfrey,
regime i We dare say there are people in for a strong pro-feicral voice may be raised my expulsion was in the air, because
St. Vincent and Dominica who think: on her behalf in the near future. oy esred against them fr case bway
"it can't happen here", as no doubt the What we are saying is tha; wLerever they did not allow her to hear thei
recent Chief Minister of St. Lucia must there is discontent over public affairs thete decision of the Council.
himself hav rcheerfidly imagined. VWe is always the possibility which may Now Editor if the intention of
shall not in this place relate more explicit/ rapidly become the probability or ine, the Labour Party is to shape the
ly such a startling event to the expulsion vitability-of political change, destiny of the people especially those
in the lower brackets, Ahy should
__ ___- ______- ______-_ _______ I be called a traitor to ask the Go,
vernmentto consider introducing a
Why Are They HereP may be. social security similar to that of the
A classrooaI of the Lycee United Kingdom? They are trying
to make it appear that I am going
Our readers will have in that ideal hotel for luxu, (equivalent of our grammar to fight Mr. LeBlanc, may I infdrm
read on last week's front rious relaxation,- Castaways, school) was kindly lent by its the World that Mr. LeBlanc have
page othie "rrival inm tis witn pa l.,1. .....fr.. .,inri_ 1 for the welcome told us over and over that he is not
island of Pierre Lucctte and To describe to our readers meeting of the Caribbean going hiro o-t aud. ,~
Liiane Delphin, two teachers how much these people and Friends Club (of which Mr. contest a seatlwhich he is not sure
from the fa m o u s Lycee their families are prepared to Lucette is President) to Mrs. of getting, so I told them inasmuch
Schoelcher in Martinique. do for any member of the Allfrey. This year/old Club Mr. LeBlanc is not going back to
Some are wondering about Dominica Cercle Francais includes in its ranks not only Roseau South, if they are willing I
the reason for their presence would make a narrative many youngsters eager to w.lcontest that seat on aLabour
among us, apart from the longer than the description learn English but many well ticket, Mr. Stevens then said, it is
too early to make any decision; I
fact that it is holidaytime, of General de Gaulle's visit, known adults such as Mis. said if they don't agree i will go
We can tell you: they are Pierre Lucette arranged a C16ment of Trinidad, Mile. independently. I w a s informed
here out of a spirit of frater/ greeting session at the teacher Clementine Gallion af the that cney have four reasons to expel
nal loving-kindness, the spirit training school at Lamentin Pr6fecture, Madame Monrose, me from the party, but to shorten
which was so aptly described wherein the ytung and at, and many others. To see put I re not give al the reasons,
b s ibut I would like to inform your
by Osmond Dyce in his tractive trainees greeted Mrs. the young students rise from readers, a few days after Mrs.
address to Dominica Trade Allfrey with exquisite group their seats and speak out Alifrey's expulsion, they v.ent to the
Unionists on Easter Sunday. singing of Verlaine's "II boldly in a foreign language extreme to get me out of the Legis-
Are they political people: pleure dans mon coeur"- was a real treat. lative Council, that was to put Mrs.
The answer is that they do the poem for which Naamah Mable James my place. On the
day of my expulsion we were
not even share the same poll Richards of Wesley High We know from personal summoned to have our monthly
tical views. Mile. Delphin School won a translation exploration how good is the meeting, motion for my expulsion
is a supporter of Barrister prize; Pierre and Liliane are reputation of Pierre Lucette was not on the agenda, as Mr.
Leon Vilere, the young ad, not rich but they are prepared and Liliane Ddlphin in their Ducreay opened the meeting, Mable
vocate who tried to blot race to give their last francs to home/island. We k ow Ja meowas calle upon to readha
vocare whoetried0to motion, I will not worry with the
factionism out of politics in make everything smooth and their relatives and friends -- preamble Mabel James read "be it
Martinique elections recently, happy not only for a visiting in h gh places; we know resolved that Mr. Loblack either
and who lost by only 5oo editor but for James Paul, their simplicity and their resign from the party or the Coun-
votes. Pierre Lucette, like so Miss Sorhaindo, the parents healthy a i r s for youth. cil expel him." I told them I
have no cause to resign from the
many artists and intellectuals, of Miss Diane Brennan in Learning, kindness, humility, par, bt auef the party has cause t
seems politically uncoi- fact for any friend from diligence; these objects our expel me make it fast; then Mr.
mitted: he is a friend to Dominica. French visitors are determined LeBlanc said he don't like this
Valtre but also an earnest There a r e no strings to pursue, and above all hope thing; he also said that we have
admirer of Aime Cesaire. attached to this binational that the youth of our sister planned to do something and when
Moreover, the two teachers association, the ideal is simply islands will increasingly come we have come here, people keep
their mouths shut. I was not even
are here because they have that we islanders, whether to know each other, arnd allowed to seethe wording of the
visited us before, they love French-speaking or English join in the upsurge for a motion. Mr. LeBlanc then put a
our island, and have been speaking, must in this com/ greater We s t Indies, in counter/motion which read "be it
encouraged to come again by plex century learn to know, which cultural links and resolved that Mr. Loblack is expell-
the Allfreys, their close friends un lerstand and love each ancient loyalties will not be ed from the party"; itwas put to
the vote and Mr. Loblack was ex-
in Dominica. B o t h are other, since we are all resi, destroyed but rather enhanced pulled andit was carried by the t
supremely hard-working: that dents in t h e Caribbean and one of these fair days majority Mr. LeBlanc then inform-
is why they spent two days region, whatever our flag -- excellently coordinated. ed the party that one thing they

will not be able to get Mr, Loblack
out of l.e Legislative Council, be
then said that he knows that from
now on Mr. Loblack will not sup-
port them in the Council.
I would like to be permitted in
your column to inform Mr. Le
Blanc that my line in politics is not
to destroy but to build up. I will
not join anyone to sign the death
warrant of Dominica, but I will
support every cause for tb: develop-
ment of my country.
Thanking you for space.

Reflections On A
Home Visit
Madame Editor,
Plea'e allow me
space through your medium to say
thanks to my sisters Mrs. Allan and
Mrs Francis, and especially to the
Editor of hlis paper and all the fam,
ily .nd friends who in ,ny way
helped to make my stay in Conmica
(14 days) enjoyable. Thanks, too,
to the folks i, Montserrat, A.tigui
and St. Kits.
OBSERVATION: Great strides have
been made especially in roads, viz.
Layou valley a n d Soufriere,
INDUSTRY: Light .manufactory
should be encouraged. Agriculture
is subject to te. whims cf nature.
needs a thorough going .over.
LANDS should be acquired uuder
the Land Acquisition Act so as
to create be tet housing; this woulJ
at the same time promote better
public health factilties and sanita-
I read with pleasure of the ex-
tension of Electric Power that should
be a boost both to domestic and
industrial consumption. In the
field of Social services, I ;m glad
also to read about the firs: read-
ing of a Bill to institute Social
Security. Bravo, Loblack!
As to the 'STAR PARTY', we
are watching your progress with
interest. Your Attorney General
needs a course in "How to win
friends and influence people". I
think he is a Grenadian; as such;
does he want unitary status with
it at Goodwill. Here in Boston,
Mass,, it is called Urban Renewal-
Lands and Property being taken
by Eminent Domain and given
out to developers for the benefit of
the greater good. Thanks, Mrs.
J.N, BUFFONGE, Dorchester, Mass,

Soufriere Suffering?
Dear Mrs. Editor,
Please allow me
space in your valuable paper for me
to explain these words to the Gov-
ernment of Dominica as a whole.
L. Rose & Co. kills Soufriere:
heir monopoly decreases the price
paid to our peasantry.
Cont. on page 7




People's Post
(Cont. from page 6)
1 remember, when I was a boy
going to Roseau with my deceaesd
uncle, steering the boat to Roseau, 1
went to Bath Eszate office, I saw an
an article wrote there, "Shillingford
kills the Bath Estate monopoly and
doubled the price paid for the:r
peasantry". It seems to me, that
L, Rose & Co. are taking their re-
venge on Shillingford. No, it is not
on Shilhngford alone, it is on the
whole Island of Dominica, especially
Now we .ifve adult suffrage, but
yet we don't have nothing to eat,
no gardens, no breadfruits, no man,
goes, r. breadnuts, no cashew, no
guavas no wild yams, and now they
have started cutting down coconuts.
What the Government will think of
that. I don't know myself. Undc.,
stand m, well, after they had done
all th t thing, they closed labourers
work for three m o n t hs. Now
Soufriere is going down to the ditch.
The Government should take an
immediate step before disaster hap,
opened in Soufriere, If the Govern,
ment do not want to come ar.d see
the situation of Soufriere before the
ending of this m o n t h, Soufriere
might suffer, as sorne talk of fire sets
all over the limefitlds.

no head". This provides
much food for thought.
The Dominica Chronicle cf
July 24 1963 carried a news
item which showed that
Cardinal Mcintyre of the
U.S.A. ccndemned the de,
cision of the U.S. Supreme
Court to ban the Lord's
Prayer and Bible readings
from public schools. Cer,
tainly, if this learned prelite
can chink that Bible reading
is good for American chil,
dren: we ought to think that
it is good for Dominican
Finally, I -quote some
words from H. M. the Queen
Mother, who was so delight,
ed with our flowers and trees.
"[ can truly say that the
King and I long to see the
Bible back where it ought to
be, as a guide and comnfrt
in the homes and lives of our
people. From our own ex/
?erience, we know what the
Bible can mean for personal
T'1h,3 k1 .. ditJ;.

Mrs. Kennedy
Expresses Thanks

of the late U. S. President,
has publicly expressed her apprecia-
tion for the 'nearly 80o,ooo messages
the Kennedy family has received since
Mr Kennedy's assassination on Nov,
ember 22, last year.
"Each and every mes.;age is to be
treasured not only for my children
but so trat future generations will
know how much our country ana
people in other nations thought of
him", Mrs. K nnedy said yesterday
in a statement. She read it over a
nationwide telev:son hookup from
Attorney G.neial Robert Kennedy's
office here.
The letters will be placed with the
late President's papers in a $1o mil,
lion memorial library ,:o be built in
Bost-n, Massachusetts, Mrs. Kennedy
She added that she hopes the lib-
rary will be "not only a memorial to
President Kennedy but a living center
of study of the times in which he
lived for young people and scholars
from all over the world".

Dominican Receives

AN ANnIOUS LISTENER. ."'a you, o JL.tIt MEANWHILE Mr, Hugh Lawrence,
Respecfully yours who wrote a very touching letter to
S-H. J.,-Soufriere. the Press on the occasion of President
Kennedy's death, has received fom
The Bible and the M Mn.Kennedy a mourning card stat,
Queen Mother Bravo Scouts! ing that she "is deeply appreciative
Queenof his sympathy and grateful for his
Dear Bditor, A recent Dear Midam thoughtfulness" .
-- -- ste-.d- ,- .t ht Your readers will be in-law Robert and her sister Count,
new broadcast stated that interested to learn that on Easter Sun, ess Radziwill and Count Radziwill,
H. M. the Queen Mo:her day Mr. Roy Royer, Assistant Corn left Antigua for the U. S. after a
was so impressed with what missioner of the South, accompanied relaxation period of several days,
she had seen when she first by Mr. Didier (Scoutm-ster, St. Al- spent at the Millreef Club with old
landed on our island that she phonrus Troop) led the Boy Scouts friends.
ned tt of Castle Bruce to a most promising
returned shore later that day. and well dressed uniform parade.
One often hears "Your They marched up the aisles of the TraxCavator
land is such a beautiful Roman Catholic Church in front of
island" or words to that the altarand took the Holy Sacra- Accident
effect. Yet it is pitiful to see ment with others, Father Bougain
how some people, especially lectured to the boys, "Be loyal to The condition of Mr.
S some peo espec God" and to their parents "be hon. Errol Hyson, D o m t r a c
some in responsible offices, st in all your dealings, and bles, driver who was seriously
are spoiling our God/blessed sings will be your future in life".
land by the attitude they take The boy scouts consisted of tweny. -njured wh e n a Massey.
to the Bible. Is it any seven seniors andjuniors. Fergusson ma c h i ne over-
wonder why heKere is so much ep it up, Castle Bruce boys. turned in Gt. George St. on
tl k ab u jei It i high time for people of Roseau March 31 is i m p rov i ng
talk about juvenile delin, to know how beautiful Castle Bruce satisfactorily.
quency these days Is it not is, and can be even better with co,
good that the flowers and operation such as a Village Council. ---- ---
trees will not listen to the Yours respectfully, FOLLOW THE STAR-
insulting remarks made by WEEKLY BuYER,Castle Bruce.
men concerning the Bible .... ...
and God ~ That which I
was intended for the good of E VAR
children has been denied to
them and now they must C II LTD
grow up as untamed indivi/ I G PHILLIP & CO. LTDI
duals, Until God's sacred LATEST ARRIVALS:-
word becomes not just a ARR ALS
bible but the Bible our com,
munity will continue to be Sewers, Face Basins, Cast Iron Pipes
plagued with crimes and and Fittings, Felt Roofing, Rim Locks,
delinquents. Dea L Tee and Butt i
I quote part of a recent Dea Locks, Tee and Butt Hinges,
letter in your paper signed by Kitchen Sinks, Bass fr00ms, Ro0fing,
Fr. Francis C.Ss.R. "When s hovel s ong,,
a civilisd tourist scoffedat Putty, Spades, Shovels, Forks, Paintsi
the B i b le of a Christian etc, etc,
Papoua he was told 'if I had
no Bible, you would have ..-.-,,, . ..--.- --.----

Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Fitle and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending 'he 4th day of Apr. 1964
Nature of request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate oi Title or
Notings thereon or Caveat.
Reques, or the issucof a New
Request dated Alexford Parillou Certificateof Title ;n respect
1u that piece or parcel of land
1st Apr, 1964 situate in the Parish of St.
Pre d by his Solicitor Peter in the Island of Domin-
Presented ca known as Paris Estate
1st Apr., 19(4 Clifton A.H. Dupigny containing 36 a crews and
at 3.45 p m !bounded as tollows:-On the
iNr.h East by Co;ihaut River
and Ravina Bideau, On the North-West bv Co ihaut River, On the South-
East by heirs f Alick Sylvain and On the South West by Ravine
Registrar's Office (Sgd.) JOSEPH. A. MAhCANO
Roseau, 1st Aor, 1964 Reg.,trar of lities
NOrE:-Any person wno desires to o)Icct to the issuing of a Cer-
tificate of itle on the above appl'ca-ion may enter a Caveat in he above
office within six weeks from the date of !lil trst appearance the above
Schedule in the Official Gazette and in the DOM114ICA HERALD newspaper
published in this Island.
Apr. 11-18


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in the 200,year old Court
House which newly received
barrister Mr. Victor Clement
Josse described as antedating
the French Revolution and
worthy of replacement, a
ceremonial which has both
verbally exciting and full of
affectionate cordiality took
place last Friday morning.
Substituting as Senior mem,
ber of the Bar for the Attor-
ney General (who was una,
ble to be present), Mr. R.H.
Lockhart put the motion for
Mr. Josse's admittance, prais,
ing his new colleague's ex,
emplary career bPrh in the
local civil service and in Fe,
deal employment, saying
there must be room at the top
for a man of such zeal,
energy and enterprise.
Seconding t he moon,
Mr. C. A. H. Dupigny,
who with his two barrister
daughters brought the total
oflawyers in private practice
present up to seven (plus
Magistrate Coplanad, who
also sat. robed at the legal
table), described the period
during 1943 45 when there
was only o n e practising
lawyer in Dominica (himself)
'and new we are ten'. He
hoped the economy of the
country would make room
at the top worth while for
his excellent new colleague,
whose qualities he (like the
mover) both enumerated and
Mr. Justice St. Bernard,
officially welcoming Mr. Josse
to the Supreme Court of the
Leeward an d Windward
Islands (Dominica) Circuit,
said that it gave him great
pleasure to join with the
mover and seconder of the
motion ia their congratula,
tory remarks about Mr.
Josse's distinguished career.
The profession of Law had
a code of honour, requiring
of its members not only to be
competent, but demanding
the highest probity of them
and a tworfold duty-first a
duty towards the Court, and
next a duty towards the client.
"Don't look on the profes,
sion," he told the new bar,
rister, "merely as one of gain,
but help to maintain the
structure of law in your comr,
munity." "As to room at
the top," His Lordship said,
"The cream always rises".
Mr. Jo'se then made his
maiden address at the Bar
and in modest but confident
tones la ter described as
"statesmanlike eloquence"

spoke not only of his legal
future but of other wider
matters: Saying that he was
"deeply conscious of the hon,
our which had been con-
ferred upon him" he pledged
himself "with zestful dedica,
tLon to give devoted service
to the wellbeing of the Court
and of the public good."
Mr. Lockhart, he raid, had
spoken of his attributes ini
the civil and federal services:
but then he had been part of
a team, and his contribution
to is effors was made possible
by the help and cooperation
of those dear friends with
whom he had worked. Mr.
Josse also paid tribute to three
barristers of the past who had
set a good pattern ard had
been a source of inspiration
-Shand, Harris and Rawle
-and mentioned the fascia,-
ating factor of chance in
every man's life, upon which
so much depended. He
hoped that although not a
youth he had nature experi,
ence and qualities which
would help him 'take the
current when it serves'-
Speaking of certain fun,
daminta li bertes, Mrf. Jose
said that the Press was enti,
tied to any honest comment
on matters of public interest.
Religious tolerance and race
prejudice were boldly men,
tioned, Mr. Josse saying that
he hoped that the Common
Law would continue to re,
gard a man's race or colour
ascertaining his rights as just
as irrelevant as the colour of
his hair.
The new barrister's elo,
quence impelled Mr. Lock,
hart to rise again and add
some v.ords to his previous
eulogy, after which at the
close of the function many
friends crowded around Mr.
Josse and his wife with words
of friendship and congratula,
tion. That evening the
Josses held a successful even,
ing party in celebration of
the important day, which
was attended by legal confreres
and several other friends and
wellwishers, including His
Lordship the Bishop and the
Honourable Mr. Justice St.

Part of a Girls High School
building collapsed today
trapping 200 students., First
reports said forty were killed
and more than roo injured.

Complaint From The Save The
Pichelin Children Fund

Impure Water Supply
THE people of Pichelin want to
know: is our village included
in the island-\,ide WHO water and
sanitation plan, or is it not? They
are seriously wcried atout the con,
tamination of their water supply by
seepage from latrines and toilet refuse,
since villagers have to pass over the
source of drinking water supply to
dump their refuse, and occaFionally
it spills on the way.
Well-known shopkeeper of the
lovely village of Pcl elia in South,
ern Dominica, Mr. L. Desabaye,
was civic-minded enough to head a
petition to Government since 26th
January 1962, in the following
"We the humble ir.h'bi:ants of the
village of Pichelin in the Grand Bay
area have been suffering for a very
long time for the lack of a pipertorne
water supply, the need of which is
very urgent, as many cases of typhoid
fever and other intestial! diseases due
to impure water have occurred recently
and in the past.
" e'W have made repeated applica-
tions drawing the attention of the
authorities to our unfortunate condi-
tion but satisfistory steps have not
been taken to remedy the situation.
We should therefore be very grateful
if you would gi"c our apple cation for
a pipe-borne water supply a favour-
able consideration as soon as
In reply Mr. Desabaye ultimately
received a letter fom the Actitg
Principal Sertarnyrv tn the Minister of
Communications and Works, which
stated that "Supplies of pipeborne
water... A survey has been made
and also estimates of costs, but it is
regretted that Government is unable
at present to accede to this request,
as no funds are available for such a
project. The matter is to be kept
under constant review".
The inhabitants of Pichelin are
not satisfied with their present situa-
tion, as they feel that their drinking
water is in constant d a n g er of

Massacre Songwriter
Mr. Cletus Hilton of Massacre,
known as "the Wonderman"' has
just published two original songs
with music nnder the imprint of
Nordyke Songs & Music Publish-
ing Co. of Sunset Boulevard,
Hollywood. Calif. They are en-
titled "She's 8ot a feeling" and
"Dont play with the fellow's love".
A U.S. release !t.tes that Cletus
Hilton is a brilliant songwriter
whose published works are now
being distributed.
Mr. Hilton told us: "I've always
been interested in writing songs. I
sent two of my poems to the Music
City Songcrafters; these were consi-
dered magnificent. After receiving
a few lead sheets and four demen,
station records, I forwarded them
to Nordyke's, and they have been
published. Success depends on the
warmest interest and on strong
support by the public. Therefore I
call on all musicians, instrument
players and "pops" to visit Mr.
Casimir for music sheets with words
and printed music.
Instead of writing the songs and
making mistakes, gec the songs to,
gether with the music, you pops!"

This is ?n Organisation
founded in 1919 in England
by Eglantyne Jebb primarily
for the purpose of assisting
the needy children in that
country. Its activities were
eventually extended to take
care of similar prevailing
conditions of need in other
parts of the world. Her
Majesty The Queen is Pa-
The Save The Children
Fund is being established
throughout the Windward
Islands by Miss Monica
Green as the West Indies
Representative stationed in
St. Vincent.
During the month cf
October, 1963, M'ss Green
visited Dominica with a
view to starting the Organi-
sation here, and appointed
Mrs. Lorna Robinson Su,
ptrvisor for Dominica. Ir,
December the Committee to
advise and assist in the plans
for this Island was appointed
by the Hon. Minister for
Labour & Social Services.
The following are members
of the Committe:--
a iss Eugrii c a >r -3,-
,President; Mrs, Celia Fedelle,
Secretary; Rev?. Canon
Lane; Revd. Sister Hilde,
brand; Mrs. Phyllis Didier;
Miss D. Harrison; Mr. L.
A. J. Simon; Mrs. Lorna
Robinscn, Supervisor.
The work being under-
taken at present in Dominica
is the distribution of Soya-
mcal to children of 6 months
to 3 years who are suffering
from malnutrition. T h i s
Soyameal is the product of
whole Soya Bean which has
been fully processed and
ready for use without further
cocking. It may be added
to Milk, Tea, Soups, Por/
ridge, etc., in ord-r to increase
the protein intake of children.
On advice of the Medical
Department weekly distribu/
tion of Soyameal was started
in the villages of Good Hope,
San Sauveur and Petite Sou-
frnere, they being the ones
with the highest malnutrition
rates on the island. The
villages of Scotts Head,
Soufriere, Massacre and
Mahaut have since been
included. A trial period of
three months in the villages
on the Eastern Coast revealed
remarkable improvement of
the children. Mothers have
been fairly regular in bring-
ing or sending their children
for weighing and receiving

Josse Welcomed To Bar
Makes Fine Speech

of the meal. There has been
striking improvement in the
general conditions of the
children. T he disappear-
ance of sores, the improve,
meant in the texture of their
skin and their srtcky eyes are
very noticeable. This Dis-
trict has proved a good one
to demonstrate the good that
a small regular quantity of
protein given over a period
can do to the general improve-
mr.t of the children.
The meal is received here
in bags of 45 lfs; these bags
are opened weekly as required
and weighed into I 1b plastic
containers freeof/charge
by Astaphans SuperMarket,
to whom we owe a debt of
gratitude for this free service
to the IsL nd.
Worn clothing has also
been received and is at pre,
sent .being disoibuted in the
most needy areas by members
of the Commitree.
To date One Ton or 70
Bags have been distributed
in the areas abovementionec.
Quite recently another Ton
has been received and on the
advice of the Medical De-
partment distribution will
begin in Roseau as from:: is
th April, Plans are being
-aadeferi- di-tiihbii nrt at-
Portsmouth. It is hoped it
will be possible to have 'an
Islandside distribution as
the scheme develops.


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Talk On Haiti Eighth Meeting of the Windward and Lee, He was the father of Mrs. C. SEMPERIT TYRES
ward Isla n d s including Michel of Portsmouth Mrs. S.
Rev. R. A. Quammie, Of Regional Coun- renada and the names of B,umant of Viille Case, Miss ano
Grenada and the names Muriel Seaman (Coolie) Agnes and TUBES IN STOCK
D. G. S. Old Boy, who cil Of Ministers the various delegations will ri the United Kingdm,BES STOC
arrixed in Domirica fLom be announced in due course. Stephen Seaman Leafsport officer, 750 X 20 825 X 20
Haiti on Monday 28th March The following press release, (GIS) three other daughters, among whom 650 X 16 520 X 13
on a twoweek v i si t, received by the Administra ITAR is the "One hand" Jane, and a 600 X 16 520 x 14
wil be remembered as hav tor r the Cairman faithful adopted sot, Maurice. 750 x 16 590 x 14
will be remembered as hav, tor from the Chairman, Re The Angel of death enveloped 'll the above are left to mourn 700 X 20 500 X 15
ing left Dominica in 1958 for gional Council of Ministers, the loving and dear, Mr. Ernest his loss plus his wife, seven brothers 640 X 13 W60 X 15
studies at the Union Theolo/ Sir Jchn Stow, Governor of Louis Seaman ofVieille Case on and two sisters, and numberless 670 X 15 5, x 15
gical Seminary, Jamaica, Barbados, is published for Good Friday at iz o'clock, mid- grand children, nieces and nephews. Very Attractive Prices.
graduating in July 1962. general information:- nighr, aged 64 years.
Dominicans w be in Mr. Seaman had been ailing for S P. PMUSSON SON
ested to know tat at te i The eighth meeting of quite a while but took ill on Mon & CO. LTD.
terested to know that at the Regional Council of day, March 28rd. FOLLOW THE STAR* Tel.6 30
graduation ceremony Regional Council of day, March z8d n .
ngstonin h wa Ministrs is being convened New Imprved Hovercraft i
Kingstonin 1962 he was at Shcrbourne, Two Mile
awarded first prize in Philo/ Hill, St. Michael, Barbados,
sophy, C h u r c h History, 1o star at ro oo a. o
Practical Theology, Biblicai Wednesday i 5th April, I964,
Studies, and Biblical Theo., un er the Chairmanship of
logpas t same yearhe seco under the Ch21rmanship of
logy. That same year he sat His Excellency the Governor
and passed the examination of Barbados, Sir John Stow,
for the Diploma in Theology K. C. M. G.
of London University, and ,.
in June last year he also sat "Seventeen c on fer e n c e
and passed the Preliminary papers will be presented for
examination of the B. D. discussion including three
HCns. degree in Greek and pertaining to the fiscal and,
Hebrew of the same Univer, constirutional aspects of the
sity. He hopes to return to proposed Federation, and the
the Seminary f o r a few date for a London conference.
months next year in oraer to Other subjects to be discuss,
prepare for the finals in June. ed will include the future of
He returns to Haiti vii the Regional Shipping Ser-
Jamaica on the aith and vice; the allocation of space
ill be taking up .his new and .rental ofr premises at
appointment as M 229-23.. Kensington High .
a ppontment as ster Steet hichis the site of the The 27-ton Hovercraft SRN2 which made an open
char- or i c average speed 46 miles per .hourn- BIS
Hec:hasgbeen serving for i the .commission in the United
past 8 months as secondKi m for the Easter. n
minister i the eremie Caribbean Governments; the Ghana B s ritsh Panes
Circuit. draft 'stimates for 1964-65 of
Rev. Quammie will be the two commissions serving
speaking on certain aspects the group, namely, the com,
of Haitian life in a special mission in the United King-
s e r v i c e at the Methodist dom and the commission in
Church tomorrow, at 7 p.m. Canada; the establishment
All are invited. of an additional p o s t of
Assistant to the Acting Com,
missioncr in Canada and
ASTAPHANS INSTANT COFFEE consideration of associate
2-0z,.Tins 720 membership of UNESCO
for tbe territories as a group.
Introductory Offer. Buy one Invitations have as usual
tin, get 1 Tin Dutch Baby been issued to the Prerier of
Evaporated Milk FREE. Barbados and Chief Ministers
Mar. 21-April Ii x


Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 28th day of March 1964
Nature of Request whether for
Date of Request Person Presenting Certificate of Title or Noting
thereon or Caveat
Request for the issue of a First ecr-
Request dated Doyle Jones tificate of Title in respect of a
portion of land situate at St. Joseph,
23rd Mar., 1964 by his Solicitor formerly part ofSayers Estate,m the
Parish of St. Joseph, in the
Presented Vanya Dupigny Colony of Dominica containing
25th March, 1964 2,220 square feet and bounded as
at 3.15 p.m. follows:-On the North-East by
lands of Feddie Gaspard, On the
South-West by lands of Wensley Paul, On the North West by lands of
Gordon Pierre, On the South-East by lands of Donald Skerrette.
Registrar's Office, (Sgd) J. V. JEAN PIERRE
Registrar of Titles.
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certi-
ficate of ritle on the above application may enter a Caveat in the above
office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the
above Schedule in the DOMINICA HERALD newspaper published in this
Island or from the date when the notice prescribed by law was last served
on any owner or occupier of adjoining land in respect of which the appli-
cation is made.
Apr. 4-11

Ghana has just bought three new VC 6os to. improve her Airways
efficiency. The planes were greeted with rejoicing.- BIS







Shakespeare After 400 Years
From The Royal Bank Of Canada Monthly Letter
SHAKESPEARE is not a de-d poet cation was spreading through newly
who lived long ago, but a breath,. established s:hols, anJ was sprout-
ing spirit thrusting himself into our ing a new civic conscience about
everyday lives. In all countries of the needs of the poor. The middle
the world, in all languages, Shake, class was emerging, capitalism was
speare continues to speak profoundly trying its wings, and every week
to mankind. brought changes and discoveries.
His poems and plays have made
him an immortal in literature, but Shakespeare came upon the stage
not because they are scholarly. He at a time when a blending force
knew human life and human pass- was needed. Eight of his ten his-
ion intimately, and told about them tory plays present a sequence of wars
in a sensitive, lively and intelligible in Europe and the civil war at
way. home, covering a century of intrigue
Shakespeare, like us, lived in and armed rebellion. These hearty
troubled years. Between 1564 and tales of adventure and glory were
1616 much of Europe was ravaged calculated to inspire Elizabeth's
by war, cruely., self-seeking, lone, p-ople in their nev rale as a world
lines and thoughts too strong to be nation.
expressed by ordinary people.
He could not have chosen a more Titian was painting his 'En-
exciting or inspiring timeto arrive tombment", and Rubens, Van Dyck
in London, The whole country and El Greco (among other great
was in a state of trnasition, in a artists) were painting their incom-
fever of nationalism. The people parable works. It was Shakespeare
loved and wre loved by their un- who put into words, in dramatized
paralleled .Queen, Elizabeth, their form, the feelings, hopes, fears, frus-
seamen had said strange seas trations and triumphs of the people
showing the flag in parts of the ofthat age.
world till then not known, educ., (To be continued)

Training For Sprinting
BROADLY speaking the sprinter's tracts alternating pace between very
gainingg falls into two categories, fast and slow, can be an enjoyable
out ofi asn and iti season training. form of training. The faster strech-
It is in theout ofseasontrainingthat es should be from 5o to 300 yds
the fundations of stamina, joint (up to 6o yds for the quarter miler).
fexieility, technique and speed are Run uphill for. leg strength and
laid. At the begnnmng'of the sea- downhill for leg speed, the mere
t- =1 n-1',ri ,. a -Bst -e nree d -ontmled verian- of.this form of
his speed and his training then is running is called 'Interval Runn-
aimed so maintain and improve that ing'. It's decided beforehand how
speed. The following exercises and long the overall distance will be,
training are some recommended by how many fast'stretches and of what
J. W. LI. Alford, A. A. A. Nation, length they will be and what times
al Coach in Britain, they should be run in. A 440
For joint flexibility:- I. Trunk runner might have the following
circling. 2. Leg swinging for- pregiamme:- 4 Iioyd sprints in
wards and backward 3. Sprint, 12 sec each (from flying start), z2o
ing on spot fast and relaxed. yds slow run) walk in a mi: to
4. Crouch in start position, legs recover, than zzoyds in 24 sec (fly-
jumping backwards and forwards. ing start) 4 times and after another
5. Legs wide apart, alternate knee recovery a final 4 iToyd sprints.
bending. 6. Hold 'set' position This progressively builds up stamina
for To sees. 7. Low hurdling and speed, the ioo and 220 runner
practice. 8. Lunging forward, would use shorter fast streches at
leading leg bent, rear leg straight. higher speeds.
Circuit training can be used to good These practices must continue
advantage: refer to article of a few during the off season. The athlete
weeks ago. Other out of season should decide upon a weekly pro-
weeks ago. Other out of season gm ,o himl d ,n suck
practices include:- gramme for himself and then stick
-- for strengthening. I. Long strid to it.
ing, e.g. 15 strides at full speed During the season there is a
to see how far you can get. 2. greater need for regularity in train,
High bounding. 3 Running fast ing; one hour (day is better than 3.
up steps or up short steep slope, hours on 2 days) week. Training
:-for speed and endurance. x. In, now should be concentrated on the
terval running (oudined further race itself. Practice starts with op-
on). 2. Acceleration runs e.g. position and time for first 4oyds -
300 yds. starting slowly, building build this up. Practice finishes by
up speed to flat out over last 40 learning how to squeeze ont that
yds. repeat this. Repeated runs last little bit of speed and always
can be more or less than 300yds finish 7,8yds beyond the tape.
(more for 440 runner). 3. Coast Quarter milers should be paying
runs, e.g. 40 flat out, 70 coast, attention to the judgement of the
40 full effort through tape. first 22oyds of their race and when
:-- for technique. I. Start practi, they cango for the finish. For the
ces, always run 40 yds. flat out. state variety and interest practice
2. full stride runs trying to in, others events one day a week, qurd-
creasestride length without slow, ling etc. Before training or a race
ing the rate of striding. 3. relax, warm up with some easy jugging
ing arms. 4. attention to pow, with accelerations and then easing
erfiu knee pick up and forward off again and always before a race,
drive. 5. 'Running on hot some practice starts. Time trials
bricks'. i.e. a 'light' action at for the start and the complete race
full speed with with rapid pick, are important. Finally, it is useful
up of feet. to keep a graph or diary to rccored
Running in bthe country along your progress.

The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, River Avon

The present Royal Shakespeare Theatre, on the banks of the River Avon,
England, was opened in 1932 after the first theatre was destroyed by fire in
1926. The "season" normally lasts from April to October but in 1964
(the 4ooth anniversary of Shakespeare's death), it will last eight months and
consist oi a series of seven of Shakespeare's historical plays.



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Hunte, Sir Frank On who, if given the right coaching and
Display assistance as well as opportunity can
I hold their own in any class of cric-
This past week has been a very ket. He made mention of the
memorably one in the annuals of possibility of a Windward Island
our sporting history. Firstly on side taking part in the Regional
Monday afternoon Conrad Hunte, series as a separate entity, as early
Vice Captain on the recent West as the next 18 months.
Indies tour of England where he It is unlikely that we shall be
performed most creditably getting selected as hosts to the Australian
centuries in the first and last tests, touring team when they visit the
put on a batting demonstration at Windward Islands on their West
(he Botanical Gardens. To those Indies tour. Sir Frank is very imn
who sought flamboyance of stroke- pressed with the St. Lucia grounds.
play the knock was disappointing, All told, we trust thai our dis-
but to the keen lover of the game tinguished visitor enjoyed his stay in
there was plenty to be gained. our midst, and we can only ask
Hunte's technique is almost fault- you Sir to COME BACK AGAIN.
less. For The Selectors
He moves into position behind the today match the select
the ball with exquisite precision and could havseen little that they
his timing and judgement are of the didn't know ofalready. The match
highest ordet. Hlis in-drive and
cannot be regarded as a trial, (ex,
hook strokes were particularly im- cpt perhaps for captaincy) because
pressive. cept perhaps for captaincy) because
preSeondly, and of greater signi the wicket was not a good one. It en-
Secondly, andt of greater significouraged any form of seam bowling
cncre a the vlest nit of Sir Frn and made some of our mediocre fast-
Worrell the latest knight of intern-, ^ ^ ^ ^ dangerus-
atioal cricket. The two-day cricket while stroke play was inhibited as
match in which Si Frank partici- the ball came most unevenly to the
pated did not live up to lively ex- bat. Again, as was mentioned in
pectation of exciting cricket, and for our last issue the sides were too i n
this the players are :or to be blam- evenly balanced, and on this basis
ed. The general inclemency of the also any thoughts of the benefit
weather on the three days before the match being regarded as an unofficial
match made it virtually impossible trial must be discounted,
to prepare the turf strip properly, On Saturday and Sunday, Com-
especially since we Lck adequate bermere will take on Grammar
covering facilities on the grounds School at te .Botanical Gardens since
The wicket turned out to be a the Windsor Park wicket is still un-
poor one,; especially on the second dergoingwhat can be termed "rep-
day and as an inevitable consequence airs" and after this we trust that the
strokeplay was reduced to a mini' trial matches can begin, for tourna,
Despite there ere somement is but a mere month away and
attractive knocks. Si Frank batted the players also need some time to
critably br 34 and 4 runs before practice together as a team and build
being caught and b o w led by confidence.
Einstein Shillingford when attempt-
ing to pull a leg/break over the top, The Captaincy
and run oat respectively. THE question is being debated all
Worrell displayed a little of his over the grounds at all'levels at mostly
masterly self while at the wicket and every cricket game and we can make
Shis first boundary, a beautifully con- some reflections here of the cross-
trolled wristy flick square drive of section of opinion. It has been made
the wicket on the on-side, played fairly clear that Einstein Shillingford,
with flamboyant ease was a gem. Francis Grell and Ossie Lewis are
The ball sped with tremendous the leading candidates for selection
momentum to the deep square-leg to this all important post, unless of
boundary. His late cutting was course (which is unlikely but is here
also superb. mentioned because it has precedent)
While at the wicket, Sir Frank the selectors take someone out of re-
demonstrated the value of the easy tirement to general the army.
single which comes from backing There is little to choose among the
up nicely and calling correctly, a three candidates. Shillingford has
technique which most of our players the most experience, being a former
have thrown down the drain. He island player of merit and a high
batted together with our star bats- ranking batsman and spinner for the
man Irving Shillingford and saw lart five or six years. Grell has a lot
the latter crack so beautiful runs. of enthusiasm & keenness and so also
Shillingford's knock showed plenty does Lewis but with less experience.
character and he exhibited his con- Both Grell and Shillingford lead
pletie range ofstrokeplay. Sir Frank their clubs while Lewis got his first
was duly impressed. big chance on Wednesday & Thurs-
Clem John unlucky to fall victim day last. It is probably too early to
to one which lifted a little too much make a choice if the margin of sel,
and La Rocque though his usual section is so thin and these players
correct self, never got into their real should be watched closely.
element, although both exhibited On present form Grell and Shil,
strokes of delight. lingford have made useful scores for
Of the bowlers Pierre, Doctrove, the season, the former has a century
Celaire, Simon and Einstein Shill- to his credit, while Lewis is still to
ingford performed well and Gregoire find his true form, but he has a lot of
did a manful job behind the ability.
stumps The match ended in a When in search of a map to lead
draw: the side, the qualities that you imme,
Talent And Promise diately look for are those of respon-
D u r i n g his visit Sir Frank sibility, ability to lead and handle the
made many observations on local as team effectively, to personally contri-
well as international Cricket. He bute and a sound knowledge of the
felt that we possess players with game. If you possess much experi-
considerable talent and promise, ence though not possibly a vital in-

gredient (for it can be argued that
many youngsters must be put on trial
to gain experience) it is an added
asset in your rapacity.

Banana Contract
(Cont. from p. i)
ments in the Windward
lands and in the U.


-U. %IU which depend upon an
The number of household ich dped upon an
helps to be admitted into increasing production f
Canada during 1964 still good-quality bananas. Be,
stands at a total of nine. sides sixteen ripening and
The Depart.ent of Citizen- distribution centres covering
ship and Immigration in England and Scotland, they
Canada has repeated certain have a fleet of banana ships
requirements, according to (two new ships, the M. V.
Dominica Govt. Release Geestport ,nd the M.V.
Io3-64:- Geestbay, are being built,)
I. (a) Persons selected and estates in the islands.
must be s i n g 1 e St. Lucia Hung Back
w c men without In the new contract,
children, in good Geest Industries undertakes
health and of good to purchase the entire output
character. T h e y of the Windward Islands,
.ill be required to estimated despitee hurricane
give a written un, damage) to he some twelve
dertaking to remain million stems in 1964 and
at domestic employ, possibly half as much again
ment for a period the following year.
of one year, and not The two Dominicans who
to change their went on the delegation to
employment with, England have returned to the
out the consent of W est Indies; Mr. Gerard
t h e Minister of Winston is presently in Bar,
Labour, Canada, bados, expecting to return
or his authorised home at the end of next
representative, week; Mr. Keith Alleyne,
(b) Persons must be who went as legal adviser to
wi t h in the age the delegation is not expected
group 21-35 years, until April 17.
II. A minimum of five (5) The terms of the contract
years formal education i itialled were agreed -by-
is necessary, but pre, Dominica, Grenada and St.'
ference will be given to Vincent in Barbados, but the
these possessing higher St. Lucia del e g a t e (Mr.
qualifications. Credit Schouten)refused to initial ate
will be given to those the time but did so later in
persons who have un, England.
taken special courses of
training in house-craft NOTICE TO BAI
and domestic science.
Experience, particularly BANANA
with modern household
appliance, will also be The additional
taken in account. per 1b is payable with
III. Each person selected and until further
will be required to un, growers will be as fol
dergo a complete media, Reception Stati
cal examination which Southern Buyir
will include full-size Northern Buyir
X-ray examination of Growers who qu
the chest as well as Bonus will receive an
VDRL tests. A.
IV. Each person selected
must be in possession Dominica Banana
of a valid passport. 6th April, 1964.
V. The cost of transport, Apr. 11
tion to Montreal, arnd
rail fare to final destina, Banana Shipmenl
tion in Canada, will
be borne by the immi,
grant. Robeau
3. Persons who wish to Portsmouth
be considered for selection Coast
must apply to the Labour
Commissioner, Department Exports ist Jan. to i9th March, I964
of Labour, not later than 3oth
April, 1964. Application Total exports to Ist April, 1964
forms are obtainable at the Total exports to st April, i963
Department of La bou r, Decrease 1964 compared with 1963
Roseau, Dominica.

The death occurred on Monday
April 6 of Miss Maggie Robinson
aged 75, well-known baker of
Roseau, who is mourned by many
relatives and friends.

Classified Advt.

750-16 10 Ply
750-16 8 Ply
520-13 4 Ply
560-15 4"
590-15 4"
750-20 10 Ply
April :1 May 2

- $65.00
- 60.00
- 20.00
- 30.00
- 30.00
-- 99.00

CEMENT $2.50 per BAG.
April i MVy 2

Tappan Gas Range
4 Burners with oven
Call Goodwill
20 -1 ring
April 1 25

For Rent
Comfortable House-three Bed-
rooms, inriginToiii,n Dr0 wling'oo
Kitchen, Toilet Furnished
11 Eden's Laine Goodwill.
Apply to:-
60 Old Street, Roseau.
Apr. 11-May 2



Summer Price of -i
effect from 1st April
notice the price to
ons 5.750 per tb
ig Points 5.150 "
ig Points 5.330 "
alify for Incentive
additional .250 per lb.
General Manager.
Growers Association

t of 1st April 1964:






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