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: June 20, 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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162 EAST 78 STREl. -


Tla hest P Fiat- 7c
(For the General Welfare of the People of Doinirni. the further edrancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole)


First World Referendum
A petition said to -be supported by o00 million people
protesting against APARTHEID LV S 0 U T H
A F R I C A will, be presented to U Thant, the Secretary-
General of the United Nazi ns, within the next few weeks,
In Japanese 4n! Hqbrew; he ied to defend hi' count,
in Czech and Turkish, Rus, try's racial policies before
sian, and many more lan, students of the 1r;iversity's
guages, the signed forms now Conservative Association.
being counted in London A crowd outside the hall
say, "Petition of support for iAcrowd outside the hall
United Nations resolution: interrupted with shouts of
United Natons resolution: free Mandela!" and "Go
We support the struggle home!"
against racial injustice and
demand the abandonment of United Nations Resolution
political trials and the inr Meanwhile on Thursday
mediate release of all politic th United Nations Security
prisoners ir. South A frica. 1, ^ ,o
prisoners South Afca. Council finally passed by
The Petition is regarded as eight votes to none agais', a
thefirst- uu-ld reiere-dum. er eso toion e aga i t'
n re ...... m, resohn on 4 ....- -n Sn-',
.Leading ru- e A-fca to -dfaparte excw!u
campaign forumanequality sion of native Africans from
is London: a small office in nrmal and .
7- T .. ,., normal rights and association
G r a y s n Roa Thewith white people) and to free
Campaign Committee in .
cdes three Biish M.P. all political prisoners by
November. Sanctions were
Conservative, Labour and nov speified. Th. Soviet
Liberal. The youthful Tory Union, Czechoslovakia and
M. P. is Mr. Humphrey France abstained t h e
Berkeley, descendant of an Russians saying the resolu
old St. Kitts family. His tion did nsit go far enough,
father, a late Liberal M. P., and France declaring that the
was a cousin of the late UN should not interfere
Francis Byam B e r k e I e y with internal affairs of any
Shand of Antigua and countternl afars of 5)
Dominica. country. (See page

Support Pours In
A tremendous flood of
support against the inhumani-
ty of the South African
Government, which denies
civil rights and civilised co-
existence to its Negro and
Coloured population is pour,
ing in. Last Sunday sixty
other British M.P.3 marched
in the streets of London with
thousands of sympathisers
including a great number of
West Indians, to protest
against the life sentences im,
posed on Nelson Mandela
and his seven associates of
die "sabotage trial". Lord
Bertrand Russell told the de,
monstrators that T r a d e
Unionists the world over
should refuse to load goods
for Tyrannical South Afri( a
South Africa's Ambassa,
dor was booed and his car
tyre flattened at Oxford when

Challenged By
U. S. Republican Nomination
"Senator Barry Goldwatei's policy
is based on a shot from the hip
rather than a think from the head",
declared deadline entrant f-r the
U.S. Preidenial stakes Governor
Scranton of Pennsylvania last Sun-
day, challenging the right-wing
Senator's candidacy for White
House supremacy. 0 p i n i o n is
doubtful in the U.S. as to whether
latecomer S c r a n t o n can unseat
Goldwater, who has over 600 votes
behind him already. (Deadline date
- July 13.) Goldwater said on
Thursday he opposed the Johnson
administration's civil rights bill,
although he was against all kinds
of discrimation, nn the grounds that
it was inconsistent with the Ameri,
can constitution.

Brutal Acts British Guiana-- "Discourteous
In Dominica Deaths, Fire, Masters" Inquiry
MISS MARIA JOSEPH re- Arrests Headmaster Testifies
I ported. tc Corporal At the second hearing of
Bannis of Castle Bruce Death toll in B. G. rose the inquiry into the, alleged
Police Sttion that Mrs. to 46 yesterday as bodies of a miscor dtct of t he three
Francis Lama was beaten up father and son were found D. G. S. Masters (which
in her husband's shop by battered to death at Friend` began on Wednesday June
one Jerome Vigilant (known ship Village. The bodies of I), the sole witness was
as Gal). in the village of two little children have since Mr. R. L.; Clarke M.. A.
Petite Soufiiere. The in, been found in a trench, (Can ab), iReadmast-r.
jured woman was taken to apparently beaten to de th: a AgitateOd Parents
hospital, and Gill was attest, past mortem is being held. Aproposedresolution put
ed. Mr. Duncan Sandys made A proposed resolution put
Miss Louisa Gabriel was a statement and the crisis in for vard by parents of D.G.S.
MisLuia Gabriel wabates m theboys at a ParentTeachers
arrested at Trafalgar Village B. G. was debated in the boys atio n meeting hers
after she was said zo have House of Comtr.ons, Labour Association meeting held on
chopped Mr. Marcel Bernard spokesmen suggesting a- Monday June in t h e
with a cutlass, causing immediate Commission of Grammar School, to protest
h s, to i aagainsc "Ministerial interfe,
serious wounds round his Inquiry to include Jamaican, agais "Ministeal inerf
.---- can rtKpresentatuves. More 'ng of the school,, was sus-
Murdf r In r-ce strife susp-cs and T. U. pend. on the grounds that
""I'u ',ir "In leaders were rounded up and th, Headmaster was then the
Martinique removed to detention 80 miles chairman of the meeting, and
AST SATURDAY the bd from 'Georgetown up the- Iitmig'it look as if the initia-
IATSATURDAY he body, tie c...... romteca..
L of Madame -Paolo was\Essequibo Rive. .whiccame rom the a -
discovered lying in a pool cf The atrocity killing of which was not the case.
blood in her shop near the Permanent Secretary Arthur "Will We Lose Masters ?
Cathedral by two young Abraham and seven of his Among several interesting
girls at 6 p.m. It was esti, nine children in t h e i r observations made by parents
mated that the lady was in- burned-out house roused at the P.T.A. meeting was
terrupted while clearing her international indignat i o n. another point relating to the
cash at aboat 4.30 p. m.; A Red Crosz wagon was "discourtesy" issue. They
seventeen knife wounds were overturned and two women estimated that for such intense
discovered in her body by brutally assaulted. Gover- ministerial interference to
examining doctors. Five nor Sir Richard Luyt con, occur suggested a definite
thousand people attended tinues to rule with emergency weakness on the part of heads
Mrs. Paolo's funeral, and powers in the interest of of departments. ,
Fort,de-France is in a nerve, public safety. Both politi Certain parents declared
ous turmoil. No-one was :al leaders, Forbes Burnham afterwards that they were very
arrested immediately; Police and Peter d'Aguiar, blame anxious over the possibility
enquiries continue. Jagan's government for the of resignation of the three
acts of arson- and murder, Masters involved, asin addi-
Errol Hill In and according to Canapress tion to the absence of Misss
Burnham said he would not 0. Brand B. A. this would
Dominica reopen coalition t.lks until put the school in a chaotic
U. W. I. Staff Tutor in his 6,point proposals for a position. A brief Friday ses,
Creative Arts Errol Hill, national government have sion concluded the inquiry.
wellknown Trinidad play, been answered. Next step -submission I of
wright, arrived here last Wed, r e p o r t by Commission
nesday and delivered a public French Boat (Mr. J.J. Copland).
lecture on drama on Friday. Calls -
He also held discussions with Kenya To Be Re-
the Minist.r of Social Services Gaily beflagged French eo
and the Headmaster of the minesweeper Croix Du Sud public
Grammar S c h oo 1; subse, commanded by lieutenant Kenya's P.M. Jomo Kenyatta an,
quently it was announced Richard docked at Roseau nounced this week that the country
that the third regional drama jetty on Thurs. with a comple- would become a republic within the
school would be held in ment of three officers, seven proposed East African Federation.
Dominica next year. Mr.' petty officers and twenty four LISTEN TO ST. LUCIA
Hill also saw senior students ratings. Official courtesies ELECTION RESULTS -
of local schools. were exchanged. JUNE 25

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The opinions expressed hereunder do not necessarily reflect
the views of the Editor and Publisher of the HERALD, -Ed.
NOTE:- Below are the editorials thar the Belize Billboard,
Mr. Blackman of the CCL ORIT and their
affiliates tell us Mr. Pollard wrote in pr ise of
Communism and Russia. Is it because the
truth contained in them is exposing too much
the monopolistic materialist policies of especially
American big business 2 The truth shall set us
free. Let us face facts of life and be more
generous one to the other.
General Secretary.

Communism, and thertefre its governments, are
heartily to be condemned. not so macn because it is con,'
trary to the capitalistic or private enerprise :concmic system,
or only because it poses ihe threat of a war that could wipe
out the world or because iK enslaves people and deprives
them of their iiertits..
Unfortunately, the statesmen of the world are so pre/
occupied with these imminent dangers that they fail to
appreciate the worst danger of Cjmmunism;: he sub,
stitution for God and his Church hy the adoration of man's
own power' and the goods of this world. When the 'demo,
,"ratic' nations refer to Russi-a's godlessness, it is mostly with
theih tongues in their cheeks.
(Cont. on page 11)
ftm.Af. -U. A. -

HOIIUUers AtI __
Calibishie Comi

Applications For
Liquor Licence
To the 1 .agistrate Dist. "E" & the
Chief of Police.
I, CECIL HECTOR now residing
at Roseau Parish of St. Georges 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 znd day of July 1964,
ensuing for a TAVERN LIQUOR
LICENCE in respect of my pr-mises
at 42-i New Street Parish of St.
Dated the i7th day of June 1964.
june so--July 4.

monwealth Celebrations

T.O. C. W. tl. Reply To Blackma
In our first document, we reproduced Mr. Pol
letter to the Secrcetry-General of the International, Fe
tion of Christian Trade Unions in Beligium, in m
mention was made of the editorials he ro.e in 1957
which the Beliz2 Billboard claimed were in suppo
Communism and Russia.
We now reproduce these editorials ior the peo
kr.ow whether Pollard is in fact supporting Cornmu
1i',1e Belize Times" October 15, i957
y .A. Pollard,
As a Doctor of Philosophy and Jesuit Priest ha
it, in the official American Jesuit Magazine 'SOC
ORDER", Communis: Russia (and to a lesser .c
previously, Nazi Germany) has proved to be a blessir
disguise to t.ie world, particularly to the underdeve
countries and to the oppressed peoples of the so-calle
mocratic United States and the British and F
If there were no threat of Communist Russia,
the United States have given and loaned out so
hundred million dollars to help the once-great nation
avoid Communism after Hitklr's war, and to combat
growth of communism among Lhe poorer nations today
If there were no threat of Communist Russia, v
President Eisenhower have pushed through a Civil I
Bill to protect the U.S's negroes, and would he hav
federal troops to force a state to observe the law to
negro children equal educational opportunities ?
If there were no threat of Communist Russia, v
the British have given independence to black countries
Ghana, and India, and would the United Nations be
daring the haughty and stubborn French to grant ind
dence to her colonies ?
If there were no threat of Communist Russia, v
the world conscience be so sharp against the injustices
now being perpetrated against the weaker, poorer,
darker peoples of th- U.S's southern states, in Hung
South Africa and even right here ir, Br i it
Honduras ........ .
These and other blessing" could be listed .s dir
indirect results of the menace of Communist Russia,
nothing but another outstanding confirmation of the
cal truth "Out of evil cometh good."
The leaders of Communism did not intend
benefits. They had rather hoped for just the co.tra
thatthe oppressed and suffering peoples living in th
called democratic or westernized countries, not beinj
to get their fundamental rights, w o u 1 d. have t
either to bloody or bloodless re 'v o I u ti
throw out those who appeared to bI
cause,of their sufferings, and give the disillusioning
munists a chance to bring them Utopia.

n On Sunday i4th June tt
rouid 11.30 a.m., a suc,
lard's cesful game of rounders was
dera, played in Calibishie between
which the Anse de '4ai and Calibis,
7 and hie team. Due to tight
irt of bowling and fielding, Arise
de Mai batted and made 65
ple to runs in the Ist. i n nings.
nism. Calibishie made 120. Then
luncheon period flowed.
Anise de Mai wert to bat
.and made '5 ii the second
innings, an their total was
121. So Calibishie j u s t
went in the second innings
to mak,. iWn to win but it
as put happened that tney-itad- '-,. .-
IAL Anse de Mai was beaten
extent by 5 runs and II wickets by,
ng in Calibishie. Tea was then
loped served and so ended the day's
dde, play. The Calibishie
'rench Rounders Team is prepared
fcr any challe, ge.
many ._.,
ns to
at the
: Tiny Tots Rob
would Bink
e sent DUBLIN, Irqland, June 16. .
allow Police arrested last Monday "-
what may be the world's A group of Kandyan dancers together with a
would youngest bank robbers--two Trinidadian Steel Band were among those per,
s like foys agel five and six. forming at the Commonwealth Institute in Lon,
now Each had five pounds on him. don on Commonwealth Day.

s evenAN0THER
in IS
1ish T H E

ect or RALLY
It is R AL

uD d WHAT TIME P 7.45 PM.
on s,
e the WELL ..................... COME!
Com, CO
( .OR

SaTURDAY, JUNE 20, 1964



People's Post
Corresponde'ts aue asked to submit their ,dl names and addressess as
a guarantee of goud faith, but no; necessarily for pub.'ication Letters should
be as sho, t as possible Controversiai political letter:. will not be pub-
lished anonymouslv. Views expressed in People's Pos" do not necessarily
reflect the policy of the Editor or the Pr prietor.

Let All Suffer Al
Madam Editor, Your Editorial The par
13,6-64 is right, but it does not go at Craylish
far enough. ples whose
If Eri. Gairy's Government could judged hoe
be threatened with deprs at on of list, appeal
funds fiom Britain b cause o01 tnan- members c
cial misbehaviour, why cannot suffering an
Britain, the strong old o. individual ren in som
liberty, te'l our Covernment here: if NOTE. I
you do not respect the liberty of the to forward a
peaceful individual, whether local -
citizens or outsiders, we shall with-
hola funds? Let us all suffer for this. Our S
Cash is the weapon of our times,
and it is the only thing which some SchoC
people respect,
W/e trust in your honour not to The Editor

n Appeal
ents of eight mail children
River, two of the n crip-
case has evidently been
peless by a U.W.I. special'
1 to any kind-hearted
of the public to relieve the
id need of these sick child-
e small way.
hbe HERALD will be glad
any gifts. -Ed


reveal our names. We teachers It cannot be denied that
know what vindictiveness gives, secondary edtcatio based as it is
FOUR PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS on the training of our youth to
achieve a fuller and richer life on a
broader aspect of a place of useful-
-- ness on present day needs, is woeful-
ly outdated in this country in con-
tiast with the needs of our ,ouths in
Correspondent the pursuit cf the attainment of the
economic maxims: such as useful
Wanted and economic units of society to
prepare them to take their rightful
Dear Sir Would you be place in tile general plane of devel-
so kind rastopubli b me t or cer resource, which must
SO kind as to publish my in time fall on the r shoulders,
name and address in your The policy and curriculum are
Newspaper pen pal column, still parr of the age old imperialist
i1 an effort to further theand colonials stemswhih -e out
bonsof friendship and find o this day and age.
onds of friendship an n The criticism of Ex-Teacher
out what hfe is hke in each appearing in the fierald of May 22
others land. a and the reports on our educational
I am 30: years old, 5' 7", based on surveys done by such an
my hobbies are philosophy eminent educationists as Dr. Howcs
and drama, al playwright, and Professor Fleming (who have
demonstrated the futility ofthe pree
4eg, and poetsv; I'll be very ,set system) seems to have fallen on
much honoured and twice as deaf ears, or is it to use a proverb--:
much delighted to hear from "You can't show old dogs pew
someone in your Island. I'll tricks?" that our education
discuss any de red subject authorities are so immersed in, .and
uss afosm such a old system, that they
concerning social and cul' cannot be deverted from it.
turnl relations (both morally We are convinced that a new
and spiritually), and imaginative plan for raising the
With great Regards, whole status of further education,
consonant with our needs, must be
Yours, given equal priority if our school
DAVID E. REID, leavers are to fit into our social and
Best Village VP economic life. And that it would
induce the development of the right
W.B. Demerara, kind of training fir boys and girls
British Guiana. both in the skilled and unskilled

On Reading Shakespeare

"Let him, that is yet unacquainted with the powers of
Shakespeare and who desires to feel the highest pleasure
that the drama can give, read every play from the first to the
last, with utter negligence of all his commentators . Let
him read on through brightness and obscurity, through
integrity and corruption; let him preserve his comprehen-
sion of the dialogue and his interest in the fable. And
when the pleasures of novelty have ceased, let him attempt
exactness, and read the commentators."
Dr. Samuel Johnson

Advertisers are asked to submit copy
by noon on Wednesdays

occupations according
To begin w:th o
schools, which conce
vities in teaching only
subjects to the exclusic
except in Otc cdse of
High Schocl which re
a('apted an enlightened
in keeping with :he
needs in that students
nation or aptitude for t
are shifted to the co
dons, v:hete they not
their formal education
ed in such useful lines
ing, domestic sciences
other commercial ar sa
This has a pyscological
general body of staden
deAci feel no sense of fi
their time and their p
have been wasted on pi
ic subjects. It is therefo
sing that the standard
(largely considered) is
higher level comparative
this is not mearjt to be
the results can be seen
life. as most of these
no difficulty in obtaining
ployment after their sce
IS over,
(Cont. on pa,


Share hereby no
Telephone Rentals a
in advance, and th

for the period en
June, 1964, are gi'
31st July 1964 to s
accounts. Other
will be cut off front
phone Service w
further notice.
(Sgd) R. A. McN
Superi.itendent of
C.O. 58 June 20-Ji

to ability,
ur secondary
ntrate all acti-
the academic
on of all else,
the Convent

Schedule of Applications
thereon and Caveats for the

for Certificates of Title and Notings
week ending Ihe 13th day of Juns, 1964

eems to have INature of request whether
policy more Date of Request Person Piesenting .for Certificate ot Title or
c present day ---Notings thereon of Caveat
with no incli Request for the issue or a First
with no inc Request dated Cyprien Sylvester iCertificate of Title (with plan
he academic 8th Ap, 1964 tta.hed) in respect of a por-
mmvicial sec- 8th Apri, 1964 tion of land situate at St.
culy continue by his Solicitor .osen'h, (formerly part of
but e tr1'., Presented Sayers Estate) in the Parish
but are trai, 9h June, 1964 Cilma A.M. Dupigny of St Joseph, in the.Colony of
as Dar.ok-ken- at 10 45 a m Dominica. containing 65,300
and various square feet, and bounded as
and practices. follows:- On the North-East
effect on the by lands of the Heirs of Sayers Es'ate. On.tha North-West by lands of
Chippy Lewis and Heirs of Savers Estate. On the South-West by lands
its, since stu Edward Lestrade, and on the South-East by Public road from St. Joseph
frustration that Village.
parents' money .............. ._-
urely academy, Registrar's Office, (Sgd) J. V. JEAN PIERRE
re not surpri- Roseau, Dominica, June, 1964 Registrar of Titles.
f thiot surprih NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certi-
of this school ficate oe File on the above application may enter a Caveat in the above
on a much office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the
ely speaking; above Schedule in the DOMINICA HERALD newspaper published in this
a eulogy but Island or from the date when the notice prescribed by law was last served
everyday on any owner or occupier of adjoining land in respect of which the- .appli.
in everyday cation is made.
students find June 20-27
ng useful emr, "
hool training -* *-~ b.-S. ..... .......... ..-4...

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People In Glass Houses . .

Plastic Submarine for skin divers.--(BIS)

SAIURDkY. JUN' 2r. 1964


Di. NESTEL ON in Jamaica wih dealt with some Governo Takes Castro Regime at Goodwill Parish of St. George do
ooo0000 acres of pasture land and a hereby give you notice that it is my
LIVESTTO0 K some 40,000 head of cattle. Over B. G. Seizes Medicine intion toapply at the Magistrate's
LIVE G som The lecture ranged ovef the corn- Court to be held at Roseau on Thurs-
LAND NOT SUITABLE parative study of the cultivation of MIAMI, June 8 For the second day, the .nd day of July 1964, ensu-
TALKING on the possi, Pangola grass under a va-iety of Full Emergency Powers time in eight months the Castro ing for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE in
b y f rearing livestock conditions with the resultant crono, regime has seized postal packages respect of my premises at 36, Hills-
bilityof rearing ivesto mic returns in terms Lf meat and Big news of the week end rent to Cuba from abroad, especially borough St., Parish of St. George.
in Dominica, Dr. Barry milk supply. Vaiious pure and was that thirty three persons, frcm the United States. Datd the z8th day of May, i964.
Nestel, speaking with tne cross breeds of cattle were shown, including not only trade Refugees here said the confiscated GEORGE PERKINS.
frankness of an expert at the the achievement of years of patient union leaders but Deputy padlckages contaieeded only medicines Juand fr 6-0iends
D. G. S. on June 8, felt that and intensive experimentation n p ri m e Minister Brindley in Cuba. Charging that some of
the physical structure of the some searching quemons from the Benn (Negro Minister in the the postal packages being sent toTothe M "E" & th
grc,,ter part of the island did floor, to one of which, relating to Jagan Government) had been Cuba "contained explosives destined Toiefothe Magistrate ist. & the
not lend itself to successful the choice of breed best suited to lo- detained and removed to safe, to perpetrate delictive acts on Cuban Chief of PERKINS cenow rsidin
territory" the Castio regime decreed I, GEORGE PERKI S now residing
livestock rearing. He point- cal conditions, Dr. Nestel made the keeping outside Georgetown. last May 29 "confiscation or destruc-d at Goodwill Parish of St. George do
ed cut the need for flat land point that so far as he could see, Governor Sir Richard Luyt o o postal cs om by give you notice that it is my
(som_tbing not very abund, here in Dominica it was not ahintention to apply at the Magistrate's
(somtbing not very abund question so much of breed as of feed. has assumed full emergency abroad". (USIS) Cteotob ahplydatRohe Magistrats
ant in Dominica) and the For the moment, he continued, powers, and declared that he ---- -- dayCourto be hed at Roseau on Thurs-
profer feed (w,.ich he felt we should concentrate on making actfd withoutu the approval Appliai s For ing for a 'AVERN LIQOR LICENCE
should be given priority over the best of what we have, since with of Dr. J a g a n s Govern/ in respect of my premises at 36, Hills-
breed), going on to state that the limited facilities available for mint". Security forces have Liquor Licence borough St. Parish of St. George.
Latruorhqaiycte.Dated the 28th day of May, 1964.
animals needed to be rotated pasturage high quality cattle, espe' been reinforced to de with To the Magistrate Dist. "E" & the GEORGE PERKIS., 4
cially for meat, might not be anT
from field to field thus allow- economical proposition. communal cl a s h e s which chief of Police. June 6--:o.
ing the grass preferably Dr. Nestel laid great stress on arose out of racial and trade I, GEORGE PERKINS now residing
pangola to remain green milk rather than meat from the union rivalry. A Brit;sh ..... ......... OF..MIN -..
and healthy ii. each field, economical standpoint having regard BBC spokesman declared COLONY OF DOMINICA
Dr.Nestel, who incidental, to local prices 'nd the fact that an that th. arrest of such a high TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
equivalent pasturage devoted to both at t arrest o such aRE STPY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA
lyis connected wi t,h the objectives would yield in value be- ranking Minister under such Schedule of App!icqtion for Certifica e of Title and Notings
U. W. I. Institute of Social tween three to five times more re" conditions was almost unpre, thereon and Caveats for the week ending_ te 23rd day of May, 1964
and Economic Research, felt turns of milk than meat, cedented. Nature of Request whether
that Dairy farming offered The meeting ended with an ex- Recently shocking events Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of Title
much mo-e scope for the pxession of thanks by th. Agr.icul- r a Notings thereon or Caveat.
much moe cope for tural Superintendent on behalf of mtf muder and arson have Reque-t for the issue of a first
Dominican farmer, providing the audience. continued in B, G. Last Fri, Requnst dated Jessie Dixon Certificate of Title in respect
those attempting it were pre, GOVERNMENT INFORMATION SER- day a) Senior Civil Servant- 12th May, 1964 nee Faustin Town of Roseau, in the
pared to do so with scienti VICES ROSEAU and seven of his children Parish of St George, in the
picre Presened bv her Solicitor. Colony of Domimca, con-
fic precision-especially with 9tJune' 1964- were set on tre,a: hore; a training 621 square feet and
regard to the question of w.O. SEVERIN Hindu was recently soaked 22nd May 1964 \Vanya Dupigny wounded as foll6ws,-On the
1r d t Public Relations C ficer. H s at 3 30 p m. North-West by lands of
-- l ess : -- -th petro a -ndignted as a Amanda Po,. On the
Dr. Nestel's useful and --- living torch, andn many other North-FisT by~land'-u -RoseEwyn, -O'e t-be naifiist bvE'l.d ofr
S i iHillsborough Street, Qn the South-West by land of James Faustin.
practical talk was heard by casualties on both sides have -
a keen audience that include The I andS shaken public o p in io n. Registrar's Office, (Sgd) JosBPH V. JEAN PIERRE
a keenaudience1thatl includT, seh plua a p sRoseau. 22nd May. 1964. Registrar of Titles.
ed AgriculturaSuperintend Stern measures are now in NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a
ent, -Mr. Pringle. Future force against those who preach Certificate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat at
Meanwhile, a group of zo ". racialism or perform acts of the above office within six weeks from the date of the first appear-
Marigot School children were "... ifthe people of Trinidad violence. A Privy Council ance of the above Schedule in the DOMINICA HeaALD news-
recn bo too al iside. w and Tobago believe in independence vle paper published in this Island or from the date when the notice
recently brought to Calibishie as their inalienable right, the people meeting was held i.n London prescribed by law was last served on any owner or occupier of
to see the progress being of Barbados and the Windwards an the Queen's birthday on adjoining land in respect of which the application is made.
made there in agricultural and Leewards share exactly that be- the question of B. G. strife. June 13-20
development and livestock lief." These words of Sir Ellis E. The British Labour Party is Banana Shipment of 10th June, 1964:
rearing. Given a glass of Clarke, permanent tepreseative ssg a debate on heSTEMS TONS
of Trinidad and Tobago to the pressing a debate on ,he subs
milk and a handful of toma, United Nations are part of an ad- ject this week in the House
toes each at the day's end, dress to Sub-Committee ii of of Commons. More on front Rowcau 33,511 388
the children were no doubt Committee of 24 of the U.N. In page Ed. Portsmouth 458431 322
impressed by what they saw. this very frank and outspoken state- oast 3.- 3
- Herald Reporter ment, Sir Ellis goes on to plead that __
Britain should grant and the -- 82,523 948
U.N. support ndependee for Exports Ist jan. to 3rd June, 1964 872,012 9,542
Dr. attry Nestel, Live- the 'Little Seven: not the kind of ODr Carleen
stock Expert LectUreS independence that will "relieve" Bri- Total exports to ioh June, 1964 954,535 10,490
On Livestock Develop- tain of its obligations by "the con- O'Lougnlin Total exports to ioth June, 1963 1,235,812 15,695
meat ferment of a formal but meaning-
less.., political independence", but Dr. Carleen O'Loughlin, Head Decrease 1964 compared with 1963 281,277 5,205
With the help cf lantern slides one which proper financial assistance of the Eastern Caribbean Institute of ____---
and a fluent command of his sub, will seton t.-e right road. Social and Economic Research, UNIVERSITY NEWS
ject, "Livestock Development", Dr. Sir Ellis Clarke's statement to the U.W.I., was an intransit passenger UNIVER I I NEWO
Barry Nestel, Vet., Economist and United Nation's Committee does on the M.V. "Federal Maple" on (By Our Jamaican Correspondent)
Livestock expert. delivered a very not seem to make much allowance roth June. v T r t i U rt
interesting lectureat the Old Gram- for sociopolitical differences between She wasvisitd on board by the The following officers of the Guild of Undergraduates
mar School, last night (8th June) to the smaller island that might tend Honourable E. 0. LeBlanc, Chief of the University of th West 'Indies, at Mona, Jamaica,
an audience, through regrettably to make their Union more difficult. Minister and Minister of Finance, have been elected to serve for the 1964,65 academic year:--
cmall. noneteidless vry appropriately He concentrates almost entirely on who was accompanied by Mr. D. K.
consisting mainly of members of Lhe the economic aspects of the matter. McGovern, Acting Financial Secre, President, Mrs. Daphne Rousseiu-Trinidad & Tobago.
farming public and the technical tary. Mr. LeBlanc held discussions First Vice-President, Mi. P. E. Bryan Jamaica.
officers of the Agricultural Depart, BUSTA IN U.,S. with Dr. O'Loughlin on matters Second Vic:-Presi-lent Mr. F. 0. Riviere Dominica,
ment. PRkSIDENT'S PLANE affecting Shipping and the Dominica Secretary, Mrs. Harriet Belle Barbados.
Among the latter was Mr. S.O. Development Programme. Treasurer, Mr. K. D. Edwards Jamaica.
Pringle, the Agricultural Superin, Sir Alexander Bustamente returned Dr. G'Loughlin was on her"
tendent, who conducted the meeting. to Jamaica last week in the private way back to Jamaica. She is at pre- 2nd Vice-President, Mr. F. 0. Riviere Dominica
The other speaker was the Hon. airplane of President Johnson of the sent conducting an eonomic enquiry was among three U. W. I. Students chosen to represent
N.A.N. Ducrcay, Minister for U.S.A., after his successful recovery into the Regional Shipping Service the Guild of Undergraduates at an international gatH'ering
Trade and Production. from an eye operation in at the request of the Regional Coun- in New York this month.
Nestel illustrated address bore the Washington. Busta said he would cil of Ministers. -GIS
stamp by his six years experience as not.be attending the. P.M.'s con, Note. Dr. O'Loughlin stated on Siun, (A pen portrait and photograph of Mr. Riviere will appear
head of the intensive re search unit ference in London. day that the sbhps need not be sold.-Ed. in a forthcoming issue:- Ed,)

SATURDAY, JUNE zo20, 1964




With Acknowledgments To
The Guardian, Britain

By Anthony Wedgwood Benn, MP (Lab.)
OF all the weaknesses th,,t beset those in authority, blind,
ness to reality is always the most crippling :,nd usually
the most inexcusable. Historians are merciless with
"blind" p liticians the men who base their decisions on
a, grave misreading of the times in which they live and v ho
never see the gr:at issues which are being fought out right
under their noses. Historians are helped by hindsight and
hindsight is easier than foresight. So much so, that some
statesmen are too bLsy studying the lessons of the past to
read the writing on th. wall.
But foresight is not as diffi Africa alone. The world
cult as it seems. The exact will polarise into two camps
pattern of future events may and the political fallout w:ll
be unpredictable, but the drift across the oceans to J
factors which will interact to poison the atmosphere where,
produce these events are ever mixed communities are
almost always clearly visible struggling to Eve together -
in the contemporary scene. even in Smethwick and Not,
Anyone who now seriously ting Hill.
attempts to forecast world What greater folly can be
developments over the next imagined in this situation
decade can easily find all the than to fail to see it, or to see
evidence on which to base a it and try not to notice it
sound estimate. Arid of all Yet that is what this present
the developments looming up Government is doing, voting
at:us from the mists ahead, against apar.hcid at the UN
the outline of the coming and simultaneously supplying
crisis in South Africa is arms that will maintain it in
already the most cle
cerni bhe. hypocrisy that reduces Bri,
The South African crisis tainls influence in the world.
has got everything. There At least those who openly
is no great issue that is not support Verwoerd on the
reflected in it. It may be basis of "kith and kin" are
seen as the last stand of honest. At least City finan-
colonialism in the African ciers who draw an income
continent. It may be seen from the diamond mines of
as the nation which has most Kimberley do not speak at
firmly entrenched human in, Conservative rallies about
equality and indignity into liberty.
its Constitution. It may be But Britain cannot stand
described as the most sys' aside or live forever off the
tematic police State in the profits of apartheid. It is
world. It may be analysed wrong and it won't work.
as revealing the most acute There is no conflict here
class struggle since Karl between lofty idealism and
Marx wrote "Das Kapital" hardheaded realism. Both
It may be studied as the demand the abandonment of
focus of racial discrimination. the shoddy acts of State that
Any single one of these pass for a policy, and a firm
characteristics is full of re, national commitment to sup,
evolutionary potential. Taken port action against the tyranny
together they represent an of the South African regime.
explosive force of multimega, If the international law
tion proportions capable of that we sought to establish at
being triggered off by another San Francisco means any-
Sharpeville or one more thing, action must be taken.
death sentence on a Mandela This has to be said plainly if
or a Sisulu. And when it we are to understand the case
starts the whole continent for international sanctions
will be drawn in. Like that has been so earnestly
Lincoln's America, Africa discussed by such a distin-
,'cannot endure permanently guished international confe,
half slave and half free." rence in London recently.
The blood that was shed in It is no good dismissing its
defence of that proposition a work by saying that "sane,
century ago will run as freely tons are an act of war" as if
in Africa before the sixties that settled the argument.
are out. Nor can we hope Sanctions may help us to
to confine the struggle to avert war. But they are an

I, A

act of force that amounts 1o a
dec!aration of war and that is
why they are right. Of
course Brit-in cannot act
alone, Nobody is suggesting
that she should. In fact Bri-
tian is now acting almost
alone bu: on the wrong
It sh,:uld be our job to
join now with oth-r countries
to plan international action
soon enough to avert the
inevitable uprising.

In fact, this conference
on sanctions should be ele.-
vated to a governmental level.
The earliest opportunity may
come when the International
Court of Justice reaches its
judicial decision on the status
of SouthWest A fric a.
This judgment should be
enforced by an ultimatum to
Pretoria backed by the threat
of a total economicc blockade.
We must all hope that this
ultimatum will be effective

without the use of military
force. If ii is not, a UN
combined operation min a y
have to be mounted for a
landing in Walvis Bay and
a m a r c h on Windhoek.
And, when that has been
"ompleted, a second ultima/
turn may well be necessary
demanding the abandonment
of apanheid throughout tihe
Union and the adoption of a
new Constitution.
If this is what we mean to
do, the sooner the Scuth
African Government can be
made to realise it the better.
There will certainly be no
progress until it understands
.tat we m ea n business.
And if we are to bring our,
selves to mean business we
have got to face the fact that
stern action is the only alter,
native to disaster. If we do
not see it in time, the histo-
rians will see it and wonder
why we did not.




U. S. Military
Aid To India
WASHINGTON, June 8 -- The
United States has agreed to continue
its military aid to India at about the
present level during the year begin,
ning July I.
The U.S. DefenseDepartment also
announced that an immediate credit
world be provided to India for the
purchase cf various defense articles
and services. (USIS)

i'he British Protectorate of Nyasa-
land becomes the indepen'iLnt State
of Ma'awi on 6th July, 1964.
Like Kenya and Sierra Leone,
Malawi will be a monarchy with the
Queen as Head of State. 'The Prime
Minister, Dr. Banda, has submitted
to the. British Government a recom-
meridation that 'the present Govern-
or, Sir Glyn Jones, should be ap,
pointed the first GovernorGeneral.
At the independence celebrations
the Queen will' be represented by the
Duke of Edinburgh. (BIS)



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Following are the final lines from Cesaire's Notebook
On Returning To A Birthplace, freely translated into English,
which reflect his thoughtful pride in belonging to "this
unique race" the Negro race.
Make out of me ihc doer of great works.
It is time to gird up my loins lil-c a brave man:
But in so doing, my hea-t, preserve me from all hatred;
never make of me that man cf hate
whom I would only detest;
for, having placed me in this unique race
and knowing full well my tyrant-leve for it,
you know that it is not at all

HOW many people in Dominica have British Labour Party under advice of through hatred of other races
read or even heard of the story one cf the gentlest of world leaders, in an that I am a self-driven traildigger for that unique race:
"Frankenstein" 2 Imagine three young underdeveloped island where party politics 0 what I want
intellectual friends in .the year 1816, sitting had never been known before. To this is for its universal hanger
after dinner in a Swiss chateau. They universal but fragile structure many human and its universal thirst
were Lord Byron, Shelley and Mary beings gradually attached themselves a to summon us: free at last,
Shelley (the spirited girl with whom few for idealistic reasons, others for pre, to produce out of closest intimacy
England's rare skylark had eloped), ferment or convenience, the richness of ripe fruit.
There was a challenge a bet which After a while such a creation, of un yar xclud and liminat a num What is good for t h
of them would write a real horror story ? deniable joint authorship, evolved into an ber otfpupils and bends to grow Goose is good for Gander.
The two great poets failed "mi-se-rably" automatom without a heart, geared only as this continues and gathers We all know that the British
as our modern balladmaker Sparrow to power. Imagine the horror felt by momentum. We allknow that the Brtsh
might have said. But Mary Shelley's tale those with a degree of perception, when 4. No doubt most parents will in Govt. has helped the Banana
of terror became a lasting masterpiece, a the ideals to which the early members had time find out as we did "That Growers with a supply of
bethis pol ify is not only expensive Fertilizers for the rehabilita,
bestseller. affixed their names and dedicated their but also wasteful of our youth as tion of their bananas.
In brief, the young girl wrote a personal work were crushed by a padded it tends to create an attitude of ananas.
suspense story about a student of natural machine operating arbitrarily, evidently d-jection in their minds." (This It is running swiftly on
biology, who discovered the secret of devoid of inspiration or guidance! is not meant to exculpate the nine months since the distri,
an ting lifeless itr. d who created h ph u ils from the need ofserious bution of Fee Fertilizers is
animoAtingclifhe ve ,nt l wcreatedf The first person such a mechanical study)., going on, ,can any of the
a monster which eventually escaped from edifice would seek to crush would natural- This is a poor community and personnel of this Dept. give
its mker to do damage to hmankin ly be its animator, whose very presence as already pointed out we cannot reasons whysome of our
- .morister was I---' afford (perhaps not until the dis ons ,ol- ,, some, o our
devoid of spirit, and' it played havoc no. tsoprant o i r-,- ....... sparowemin easurarea
among those whom its creator loved, until living reproach. But it would not stop educational policy. have net received a speck of
it was finally chased out to destruction. at that; another sacrifice would be de, The rest follows logically; if we this granular?
Let was imagine chased no a modern on handed, then another . . whilst there is yet time we do not This appeal is to remind
Let us imagine now a modern version .reiorientate as educadanal system tho*s i s to re
of Mary Shelley's leg ni. How will this modern version of to dealwi the problems system those in charge that we are
Supposing that a woman created a Frankenstein end? Ah, dear reader, as youth scrapping the old system and still waiting for our dues.
political party in the democratic image the Victorian novelists were fond of say, sub.stuting a system more in line It is time to give us what
of the greatest world socialist party the ing, that is for another instalment, with our demand-and requirements, belongs to us.
I believe I see already the handwrite SPACEMAN, Salisbury
ing on the wall.
To conclude: having regard to the
P t I 9 A tres of higher learning catering for policy and system in operation, I as --- ----
People'S POSt both bright and plodding students; well as others feel that Government
Sfrom e )yet we are a poor community not is morally bound and would be in- Just Complaints
(Cont inuedromPage 3) able to afford this luxury, and must defensible should they give this pro-
To quote Dr. Fleming we cannot We say without fear of contradiction: therefore cot our coat to suit our blem the Nelsonic eye... especially Dear Madam,
afford secondary education as the "'This policy is wrong! and those who pockets. when it is remembered at a legisla,
only status, bound to a curriculum to advocate it are eithe: oblivious to the In implementing a more realistic tive Council meeting it was accept, (i) What has'- happened
fit the G.C.E. or other recognized needs of the time or have not the education policy based on our Leeds ed in principle the need for reduc, to "In the Cabinet" You,
examining bodies; this results in the true interest of the country at heart", and to co-ordinate the academical ing the voting age whereby a num- had promised us an instal,
discharge of a number of students For year after year the hundreds of with the vocational it is necessary to ber of our very young people would trent every week, but it is
each year, whose only fault is their school leavers (few of whom possess upgrade the Education Dept, with be allowed to vote. months now since we saw
inability to reach the result b-sed on b m wth greater power; and responsibility, With this we hope that the sever-
the standard of these examinations, nothing to do) must perforce turn to and with increased powers of super, al authorities which are concerned any such.-- Have you
We say the policy is wrong, and it is the land and agriculture for a ing vision over state-aided school. with education in the island should stopped writing it?
time that Government make a re-ap- the d for training those In discussions among a group give this matter serious study and (2). What has happened
praisalf its educational policy; the thfris om eed for traime tning are at which has seriously concerned itself spare no effort in finding ways and to Bob and Ray and to
schol curriculum should be school in the basic trades and agricul- with secondary school leavers pro, means for its s-lution. Aunty Fran We miss
broadened as to allow students with- s blems and the policy of concentra- With and on behalf of the youth t Fem
ture aur only larger industry them!
out the inclination and aptitude for the nd of being useful ting on the academics, wc have of the country.
the academic to ominue their school- not oly.tot.e en o .. us come to notice the following: de- CHARLES F., Roseau Yours,

and to contrbute to the country s -1
ing uninterruptedly by the teaching an to ontre b uto check forced idleness fects in the system now followed at
of agriculture and the basic trades to pandgres but to check forced idleneur secondary schools.
the larger body of students who i. The system of teaching based as
would in turn be largely responsible To quote Dr. Fleming again: it is on the very bright pupils is
for our agriculture and the trades. "What i; needed is a number of new in practice seleLtive and actually
It is no good anyhow, for how secondary schools of a vocational pushes out the slow ones since
many of the students who leave school type in various parts of :he island the rate of progress is geared to
are qualified academically in getting and further a firm policy whereby suit them.
a certificate? A little research con- the Roseau Secondary schools should 2. In advanced communities such
vinces me that this is only about not wing away from vocationally as the U.S.A., Britain, -anada
io% a figure we cannot be very centered courses to pursue academic the system is practised there are
proud of, courses" as is now the case; and numerous colleges and universi-
This brings us to our main prob, that means we must manf'ally tackle ties catering for both bright and
lem: "Are we as a people having an this growing problem. slow pupils.
educational policy in which only While it is true that we have to 3. T e a c hi n g is concentrated on
xo% of our boys and girls qualify promote the academic approach in bright pupils which sesult in lack
for higher studies'at the cost'ofneglec, our youth, and in affluent societies of interest by the average pupils,
dting the needs of the vast majority this is provided for by having cen- This of necessity would year after

Salisbury Asks
For Attention

REPLY. i. We apolo-
gise deeply to Complainer and
many others who have asked
the same question. In the
Cabinet is rtill in progress,

Dear Madam, and we shall resume put
Please allow me space in don of extracts very s
your valuable column to 2. Sorry Bob an' Ray
appeal to the personnel or is mash, but we hope tic
whoever else is responsible for ever. Aunty Fran is o
the Credit Fertilzer for the journalistic h o li d a y.
Banana rehabilitation pro, miss her as much as
gramme in the island of children do. EDITOR
Dominica, (cont. on paf 7)

>t for
n a


SATURDAY, JUNE o20, 1964

SATURDAY, JUNE 20, t964 '-"4--Nv.


People's Post
(Cont. from p. 6)
Stamp Exchange
Dear Sir,
I wonder if you could
out me in touch with a ke.n
local philatelist. I h a v e
quite a collection of used
British stamps back to .937
and even beyond and would
like to correspond with a
collector who ,would b e
interested in exchanging with
used local stamps of Domin,
ica or any of the nearly
Yours faithfully
R. A. Webb,
9 Suffolk Road,
North Harrow, Middlesex

No Votes For DLP
Dear Madam Editor,
I take my hat off to you
on your timely Editorial in the
J3sue of May 30 le Income
Tax in Dominica.
A good friend of mine
used to say "In Dominica,
with poor wages and high
cost of living we can do only
- ane-oftwnt' things - eat w.ll
and don't dress well or dress
well and don't eat well."
Well, Income Tax will let
me do neither.
But -- We Wives,
We Working Wives
We Band of Martyss
to Income Tax will see to it
that the Labour Govt. is not
returned at the next election.

Another Pen Pal
Dear Sir,
I respectfully beg
to inform you that I wish to
make pen pals with the stu,
dents of your country.
My name is Stewart Sung
and I am a boy of eighteen
years old. My hobbies are
music, geography, philately,
photography and correspond,
I shall be very much
grateful if you would allow
me a little space in your
newspaper to draw the at,
tention of your readers.
Thanking you in antici,
I am,
Yours faithfully,
3 D The Evergreen,
395 Chatham Road,
Hong Kong.

Slow Progress
Dear Madam, Certain A-
villagers of Grand Fond are
anxious about the progress
of their feeder road from
Rosalie Bridge to Grand
Fond Refervoir. We begin
to thirbk it will never reach
within half a mile before cash ''
runs out.
All ihosc working on that
road are in a sort of- unity
account, even the one who
chops a piece of wood for
kitchen service. The bull,
dozer makes a throbbing
noise in the mornii'g but at
night it would appear to Le
in the same place.
I am iot an inspector of
roads and would not wish to
invite slaughter, but I request
through your people's press
the Minister of Ccmmunica,
tions and the Minister of Fini,
ance to find out wh-ther this
road gang needs a change as
we need a feeder road,
although we are used of
travelling four miles of road
with a load of bananas, yet
still for all, this is a burden.
Yours in hope,
Grand Fond.

To "One Prepent" we
should have been happy to
print ycur correction of our
reporter's version of the
teachers' meeting, had you
given your real name, and

Revision Of Pensions
To those Pensioners concerned -
wonders never cease!
The Dominica Government has a
handful of pensioners: they evidently
don't intend to revise thatpensioner's
scheme. Now they are inventing an
Ali Baba or ALaddin pension, five
years scheme.
I wonder if the Labour Govern,
ment is .wrious in their doings.

Church Speaks
in Poland
WARSAW, I4th J un e,
(CP.)- The Polish Roman
Catholic Hierarchy accused
the Regime of an immoral
act in barring children at
summer camp from attend,
ing church. The majority
of the Roman Catholic
population pays taxes to sup,
port the camps.

From The Times (Britain) of
Friday June 12:
"Evil laws breed disorder".


By Rideo

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expanding economy.







S.M.A. Speech Will British
Night Labour Win P
e Exception Top banker Mr John Thom-
The Exception son, chairman pr Barclays Pa;k, tl. e
S. biggest of the Big Five, wrote in the
Speaking in general ter-ns of Obserer.r
S.M.A's progress over the last three "I think the odds favour Labour.
years (1961-3), Revd. Bro. D.P. But i've nearly always been wrong
Sullivan pointed out, among other abc ut this sort of tning before and
things, the fact that he Academy would not be surprised if I were
was being run at a considerable de- again.
ficit. Now, he stated, since the The economic effects of a Labour
Brothers were opening up new win will depend on the majority. If
school; in other underdeveloped the majority is not large, the effects
areas, Phis deficit could no longer be might not be as great as many peo-
met by the Order itself as it had pie now make out. But if the ma-
been in the past --aid school fees jority is bigger and Labour pushes
would have to be raised next year in its policies too far, there could be
an effort to make S.M.A. self-sup' economic difficulties owing to lack
porting. He remarked that in other of confidence.
countries where Brothers' schools As to the effects on the City,
had been established the govern, everything under any Government
ments of tbe places concerned often depends on the willingness to save.
supplied funds for salaries, upkeep, I am against anything that discour-
etc., in return for the Christian ages savings or ivestment- for ex-
Brothers' teaching. In this regard, ae sp!e, nationalsation threats or
he felt that St. Mary's where all p n t o
e felt that St. Marys where all measures against capital, But stock
government donated was a small markets have adequately discounted
grant -- "is the exception rather the chances cfa Labour victory.
than the rule." The political outlook has affected
After prize distribution, during investment policies within my sphere
which Mrs. Lovelave staunchly han- very little In my experience run-
ded out awards and ctificates to ning one's business by watching the
scores of proud young men, event-political weathercock turns out
ually receiving a token reward of at is best to go by other
beautiful bouquet herself, the Hon- things" e
ourable W.S. Stevens, as AMnister
for Education, w.s asked to speak. -
His carefully voiced, comparatively S
short address brtuught a refreshing I ,I
applause from the audience. Some Catching
points well taken were the Minister's .
ATmedaauui' general inmeeting o..-
r t Cthe Chamber of Commerce held

Miss McFarlane, togtherwith may a meetings; only the mover, seconder
others. and ore other member voted it
A notable feature of the right o the m
was a polished rendition of a scene
from Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar' ------
by a group from Form Ii. MaPigot -F
The Speecbnight took plate at Marigot 5-I
St. Gerard's Hall on June o10, and Festiva'
was surprisingly over by IO:30 p m. ; C. -.,
.1 hA M V4fi5t FA F~ d'U LO .dJly

$20,000 Apology
The Editor of the Star
newspaper, Antigua, has
published an apology .o avert
a libel suit by the Minviuiter of
Social Services, Mr. LaKe,
The newspaper had publish,
ed last month certain deroga-
tory remarks made by Mr.
Herbert Dennis about the
Minister. Mr. Lake de,
m a n d e d $20,000 if an
apology was not printed.


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J. nC 1YTar g J. 3 .- (^a !or -mULuly
Fitnss)group staged on June 13 their
second annual achievement festival
in the Marigct Senior Schcol buil,
ding. Following an industrial and
agricultural exhibition, a social get-
together in the evening brought
the days activities to an end.

Those Beaties
Again . .
14 June, C.P,-Forty per,
sons were taken to hospital
following a near dot as ai
estimated two hun d r ed
thousand persons :urned out
for a Beadcs concert.

One Minibus Reg, No. 1427
One Morris Oxford Reg. No. 1238
One Speed Boat
All at attractive prices.
June 6--227.

Sacred 4,000-Year-Old Stone

Last year one of th 25-ton stones, part of the 4000oo-year-old Druid ring on Salisbury
Plain, England, fell ,from 'ts mounting. The Mi.Astny of Public Buil ing and Works
started on the difficult operation of putting it back in place.
The Druids, a priestly class who expounded the law in B-itain in Caesar's day, used
Stonehenge for their rites.

Olympic Captain Wins !

Bobbie Brightwell (left). Captain of Britain's athletic team for the Olympic Games,
sprang the surprise of the 1964 British games at London's White City Stadium when
he won the half-mile from John Boulter by ino of a second in i minute 48.1 seconds.
This is the fastest linear time recorded in the this year.

Ihe hERALD Is The People's Own Paper


The Greatness Of
Wil iam
By Geraldine Charles,
Form V, W. H.S.

play b
I an
Inih -

SPEARE is said to be today,
a very great playwright,
which I think is true. Rele
Whatever play by him one is
reading always puts the read, Pris
er into the skin of the actors.
Shakespeaie likes using Chl
irony, which I think is a girl w
good idea. Fcr example, in headlit
"Julius Caesar" we see how last ye
Mark A.ctony abuses Brutus prison
and Cassius in a "kindly serving
manne:". In "Macbeth" we for per
easily guess that Lennox has pervert
,suspected Macbeth of the case ir
murder of Duncan. rocki-s
We must remember that the r(si
when these plays were writ
ten, there were no modern
theatres. Everything had to
be made known by words.
William Shakespeare's
greatness spread throughout
England during the Eliza,
bethan era. His plays have
entertained many,, of the
Elizabethan, people and cour,
tiers, and even the Queen
Eiiz" _.We can____
still see his greatness today,
for this'year the whole Brit-
ish Commonwealth is cele,
rating his 400oth anniversary.
In every year's G. C. E.,
at least one play from his
wonderful collection must
be studied throughly 1965's
play is "Macbeth". This
year's is "Julius Caesar".
Another of the two devices
of drama which used by
Shakespeare is soliloquy. In
this, we can understand the
character of the actor more
clearly, because he reveals his
inner private thoughts.
All who read Shake,
speare's plays can qucte some
of his passages by memory,
even if hey had not studied I
them for an examination.
The plays arc so very interest,
ing, that people .just learn
some speeches for pleasure.
I know one person who can
quote at least one line from
each of Shakespeare's plays
(all of which he has read),
although he has never taken
an examination.
I have read seven of
Shakespeare's plays, whicn
I find very exciting, whether
tragedy or comedy. His
tragedies always have a turn,
ing point which is usually
v er y thrilling. In the
comedies there is always a lot
of humour to make one feel

en I go to the freelViFit Of Mr,
I ca. never let the I .
unity of borrowing a James Keen,
by or a book about Director U. N.
i sure that there are Tech. Assistance
s of people who realise Board.
eatners in t&e world
as in the p:st. Mr. James keen, Regional
-- Represenativ. and Director
Based From of U. N. Technical Ass.s-
tance Board, intransit oa the
iOn M. V. "Federal M a p 1 e",
spent a busy but useful time
ristine Keeler, the party shore seeing the Hon. Chief
hose love affairs made Minister and Minister of
nes round the world Finance, Mr. E. 0. Le
ar, was released from Blanc and other Ministers of
recently. She was Government with t h e i r
g a ninemonth sentence Principal Secretaries. Va,
jury and conspiracy to rious forms of technical assis-
course of justice in a
evolving government, war minister John Profumo.
g scaridal, that caused She got three months off for
gnaiun of Conservative good behaviour.-CP.


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tance considered to be the
major field of developmeLtal
assistance for under-developed
countries, were discussed in
accordance w i t h a prear-
ranged programme.
The discussions ranged
ever a wide field and included
training for Health Statisti-
clans, the need for a consul-
tant to advice on the moder-
nization of the public health
laws of the territory, experts
in the fields cf agricultural
extension, lov:wcost housing,
,n island-wide water supply
programme, telecommunica,
tions and a pilot coconu:
oil extracting and processing
As regards the pilot coco-
nut oil extracting and pro-
cessing plant, on which a
constructive approach has
already been made to the

Freedom From H u r. g e r
Campaign, an Agency cf
the U. N. 0., the Hon N.
A. N. Ducreay, Minister for
Trade and Production, 'tress-
ed the relevance of such a
plant to the new Livestock
Project, in providing a ready
source of chaos cattle feed as
a byepruduct.--GIS

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each of the two hundred and four winners, for the 1964 Parish Raffle, the first
prize of which is a Coseley Aluminum House value $5,500 or $2,500
in cash plus $350 consolation prizes.
Starts June 1st to July 31st, when the draw takes place.

June 6-2






Quiz--Shakespeare .The Queen's
By TOM. FROST Birthday

Celebrations have taken
place all over the world to
mark the 4ooth anniversary
of the birth of Britain's great,
est poet and dramatist, Wil,
liam Shakespeare. Test your
knowledge of Shakespeare r
characters and some well-
known lines from his plays in
trying to answer these five
i. Can yon complete the
following pairs of characters
from Shakespeare's works ?
(a) Romeo and . .
(b) Venus and .. ...
(c) Antony and. .
2. Can you fill in the
two missing words in these
lines from "The Merchant of
Venice", Act IV, Scene i
The quality of mercy is
ot . .. (a)
It droppeth as the gentle
rain from . (b)
3. In "A Midsummer
Night's Dream", Oberon is
the K i n g of the fairies.
What is the name of his
Queen ?
4. Can you fill in the
missing words in these lines
-fror--John of Gaunt's famous
"England" speech in
"Richard II", Act II,
Scene i?
This royal ... . .(a) of
kings, this sceptred isle,
T h i s . ... . (b) of
majesty, this seat of Mars.
5. What is the name of
Prospero's fairy messenger in
"The Tempest" ?
$2.00 and $i.oo will be
awarded for the first two
correct answers received by
Weds. 24.

You can now get your
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Supermarket in K i ng
George V Street!

Parades A n d Honours

I-i. M. the Q n e e n ap'
peared on rhe balcony of
Buckingham Palace in full
Colds ream Guards uniform
with her infant son Prince
Edward in her arms, to
resounding cheers from a
watching populace. S h e
had previously taken part in
the London celebration of her
official birthday parade.
In Barbados, the trooping
of the Colour under the
leadership of Major H. Daniel
w a s faultlessly proformed
before a vast concourse of
Barbadi.ns from every parc
of that island, in the presence
of Governor Sir John Stow.
In Dominica, Ex-Service/
men and other patriotic units
paraded in the Bitan.cal Gar,
dens before H..H. tbe Ad,
From Cyprus, Archbishop
Makarios sent a cable ot
greetings to Her Majesty,
while the Turkish Prime
Minister flew to the U. S.
and see President Johnson
about the conflict in Cyprus.
Premier Fidel Ca'C qof
-Cuba- attended lengtily th e
British Am b as s a d o r's
Queen's Birthday reception
in Havana and declared his
friendly feelings t o w a r ds
Butlers Are Honoured
No sensational birthday
awards were made to West
Indian personalities, though
Administer Gerald Bryan of
St. Lucia received the
C. M, G. and Mr. Mavrice
Salles Michel got the C. B. E.
and Mr. Eric Munro (Domi,
nica H-Iusing O'icer) received
an M.B.E. Ho us hold
B u t I e r s in Government
House, Barbados, and Go,

verrmcneTi House, Montserra'
received the British Empire
Medal. Me anwhile an
academic news release stated
that a West Indian, Eric
Abrahamn, had been elected
President cf the Oxford
Union; the first W. I. citizen
;o be similarly recognized
was Hon. Cameron Tudor
cf Barbados.


New Mauritius Commission, London

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. : . ., , .- . ., '

Mr. Nigel Fisher, Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies, speak,
ing at a reception to mark the inauguration of the Mauritius Com-e
mission in London. The Prime Minister of Mairitius, the Hon.
S. Ramgoolan (right), had travelled specially to Britain for the funct,
ion at which the new Commissioner, Dr. Leckraz Teelock (left),
was introduced.

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More TU Arguments
(Continued from page 2)
Communist Russia is indeed our greatest physical
menace. But leaving aside the evil ideology she represents,
we canuot escape the fact- of history that some other power,
with or without evil ideologies, in the absence of Russia
might have been catapulting the world into ocher wars for
the things great nations bave always fought c-'er more
power and more wealth.
Fundamentally, the moral altitudes and actionss of
statesmen -- and those who elect them determine the
moral, social, economr'c and political policies of the nations.
And unless all of them give unto Cae"-r the things that
are Caesar's and to Cod the things that are God's, there.
will always be ways and rumours of wars long after
Russia Las been converted or annihilated.
,r i.- n ;-- 9..... I..L L I -

Dawbiney In Mock--'
Discuss Land Holdings
Dividing itself into Government
(lead by Prime Minister S.P. Richards
and Minister f'ir lands and mines
C. Saverin)-and an Opposition group
(spearheaded by Mrs. J. Bar'.ey ar.d
M. Jno Baptiste), the members of
the Dawbiney Literary and Debating
Society 1cad an enthusiastic discussion
on the controversial, proposed Bill:
"All land holdings should be
reduced tj rot more than zoo acres".
Followicng a brief explanation of
the nrcceedinos by Sneaker Mr.

A handful t
the fairly corn
this Meek Leg
at the old D. C

Trade I
Fhe Car
of Labour s
to D:. Vt
African Pri
ing immedi;
D. T. 1
classes fcr rh-

me Belize T times, UCtODer ran mountains and in vast China, Sorhaindo and a preliminary '
22, 1957 rKhrushchev, if he could safely reading of the Bill by Clerk Candia Mr.
about face with the approval of his Alleyne, Mr. Rr hards went straight Mr. Ptr
.Russia At The Cross- constantly jockeying, plotting collea into the attack. He saw the Bill as Party Meml:
roads gues, could make himself the great- an obvious necessity if peasant land H. H. V.
est man in history, and bring an development was to encouraged and Organisiiag
Dy IV. A. Pollard era of the greatest peace and pror- felt sure that the house would ensure Portworkers
perity the world ha; ever known, it a "smooth passage". Opposition, wl
Every morning in every country Will Khrushchev be converted, however, had many items to query .,. will
of the world, after every mss in or will he and his gang be toppled and it was almost midnight before course in tra
every Catholic, Church, God is be, someone i, God s Under- the Bill got its third and final read, Jamaica sho
seized by prayers for the conversionn ground" That is anybody's guess, iog and "became law".
of Russia from the path of ungodly but certain it is, on the promise cf
ofRussiafrommusm.the path of ungodly Our Lady of Fatima, that if we
This is done not onlv because of p Russia will be converted and
S'inherent social nmor.liry of we shall enjoy a period of peace..."
the inherent social ilnmorality of Hs per ..
communism as against the right to How long this "period of peace
private property, or because of the will be will then depend not upon
slavery to'which Rushia has reduce the epansioist ideology of Russia
mos: of Europe, or because she is a --which would then'cease to be- 3 I.| M I'N D
threat to world peace, or only be but upon the 'Unpredictable attitudes .
threat depriving more of so-called Christan and Demo -
mnan iait orm-e woria oriireAsr -As"-...lis "'; A 1- "-
precious right topractise the freedom have punged the world into war:
S nd education not for great ,dcologies like Comm- A
&ot only for these does the unism, but because they simply re, .
Church besieg the Throne of God fused to live and let live.
with daily prayers, but also more If Russia is converted, and con-
specifically because the Queen of centrates all her accumulated power
fieavenat Fatima in Pornugal her, ionowil th antd stcat s Bria
self personally requested these pray, ton, will the United States, Britain C R U
erC. for the conversion of Russ.a; and France which refuse to suff- -
and for. the consecration of Rus ta er a lowering of their alltime high
to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. standard of living in order to bring
Why was the Mother of God so up the standard of lower countries
directly concerned with Russia? with lower prices will they
Why did she not mention the stand peacefully by and watch a
world's most influential notion, the converted Russia grabbing large
United States, or Britain: chunks out of their foreign markets
No one can presume to read the with more and cheaper goods: For
infinite mind of Heaven. But apart it is almost certain that a converted
from the terrible physical, social, Russia will do just that!
economic, moral and spiritual dan- Let us hope tbat L-ie threat of
gets from which the world would at Communism will not be replaced
least temporarily be deprived, and with the threat of man's greit and
apart from the Blessings she has selfishness."
unwittingly and unwillingly caused -
the more powerful states to give the
weaker ones, the conversion of Russia N 0 TICE I I
(and with her China and her European
a sabilizing force r solid goo All roads lead to Soufriere e AMERICAN STUDEN1

TIN) of Saints Peter ard Paul:-- AA
The ,n.,,rntt tn o'vnvert lRncis I-a fnEAIi IPCATrID= 3 A

I ~ paCU-r & .. ... X"-... orCUIAL P
force failed. But the spirit to do so grand Dance
either by force or prayers still livesran t
on in the hearts of the Russian branch 08th
people, waiting for a chink in morning till
Communism's armour, Prices:- I
Today Nikita Khrushchev has Ladies 50
taken Stalin's place. He is an enig- freshmnt
ma, alternately bellicose and cooing. eres e
Where are he and his gang heading June 20-27,
for? They know they could not
really win a world war, Remembl
Having built Russia into what
might be the world's most powerful
co'sate, with as yet untapped, un,
unlimited resources in the vast Sibe, S

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of visitors were among Led by their President
amendable turnout at L'everill Lawrence, a five-
G.atve Assemby on Jun eld man deputation of D.. T. U.
members held discussions
with representatives of Geest
nion News Industries Ltd., fur the r
Union News negotiations regarding wages
ribbean Congress and other conditions affecting
sent off a Cable banava growers, and gave in,
ermoerts, South dication that they would raise
me Minister, urg, the matter again. The dis,
ite release of the cussions were friendly.
"sabotage trial" ---
*. 1 Typhoid On
U. inaugurated Decline
hop st-werds from
Some,of Aberdeep's 32,
* ooo school children., have
ck John, Labour returned to school this ,week.
'er of the firm of Although two more typ,
Whitchurch, as hoid cases were admitted to
Secretary of' the hospital over last week end,
Section of D.T. officials are sure the epide-
be attending a mic is on the decline.
ade unionism in




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Spartan found no difficulty in reach-
ing this total for 4 wickets. Ashley
Roberts got 21 not out and Clancy
Casimir io not out.
Knockout Single Wicket

Heavy showers on Sund;y after- Competition
noon put a premature end to the Instead of a series o, one-day
Blackburn vs Combermere encount- knockout matches the D. A. S. A
er at the Botanical Gardens. When knockout matches the D. A. A.
er at the Botanical Gart ns. When have decided upon a single wicket
WilliamsPa-ck Josehano further knockout competition. This will
illamsruled that play involve 64 players ad the cumpe
was possible because of the drench- involve 64 players a the compe
ed state of the wicket, despite the tion lbe spread over 2 days Satu
tict that the rain bad stopped the day and Sunday, next weekend.
sore wer Blackbiurn 89 and 18 Each club is asked to sen1 in the
-, Combermere 24n. names of 6 players to participate. A
Winning the toss as he invariably cup and two prizes are the rewards
does, Bla-k,-urn Skipper Einstein offered.
,illingfd r tO bat on what The rules of the contest will be
Shillingfoid' elected to bat on what t ae
Sb- a unertainih, enunciated i the pavillien afier play
proved to be an uncertain pitch. p p y
The fact that Blackburn were skit n Saturday and all sports fans are
led out for a mere 89, however is specially invited to attend.
led ont for admere ct howevr No word has been given as yet as
not so much due to that factor, as No word has been given as yet as
of some imaginative seam bowling to whether cpaountry players areld nvibe
by St. Hilaire ind a relatively poored to participate. This wod be
batting display. St. Hillire finished a very good move and an encourage,
th d r a tae e ing one for sport in the island. Also
with 4 felor 29 and extractedmore it is a pity that the tart:
life than fellow pceman Mellow. of the Gardens wicket is so poor,
btmere must h tae b re happy that orit would be n order to arrange a
berniere must have h-en happy that series of two matches between th,!
Blackburn were without their No I best of the country leagues and a
w;cket-takcr, island paceman Arthur Roseau eleven or the winner of Div
Nesty, for Clem John made balls R championship. This suggestion
y very d n i y aroundhe can be borne in mind for future
batsmen's head and body, and he is pIn
slower and less-hostile than Nesty. panning.
Notv1aistanding the impoverish- IETBALL
ed stwe f the bowling, restricted as
it wa to ShilLngford and Clem Rockets, Invincibles.
John, wih Clem McInt;e forced Leading Teams
into bowling activity, Cornbermere .
in he persons of Larocu Gr With the netball season just about
aIre andTSimons -aea jy.e.b hliL tbf.Jfadia _..teams aie
able account of themselves. Rockets and Invincibles. Invinci,
Larocque performed stylishly for blues scored 31--I1 win over Red Jets
64 before he was stamped off John, recently and on Wednesday Rockets
arnd Gregoire a fine, innings ofs8 felled Dazzlers 31 -- 9 to main-
before he too was stumped, but off rai an unbeaten record at the top
Shillingford. Simon, opening the of the table. Although both teams
innings scored 38 u s e fu I runs. are playing well, Rockets have the
Shillingford w ith 5 for 83 edge and have twi:e defeated Invin-
and John 4 for 75 were cables this season. The knock-out
the most successful bowlers in Corn, should prove interesting as Invynci-
bermere's score of 242. bles are at their bent in that series.
When rain stopped play Black- Correction
burn were in seriou- trouble having Dazzlers' win over Red Jets was
lost 3 for 18. their second not first victory of the
S.M.A. vs Combermere league season. We erroneously
printed in our last issue that it was
Today their first.
This first innings win thus qualifies Tlest Cricket
Combermere to meet S.M.A. in the
final- today and tomorrow, The Up to the time of writing no play
match promises to be an entertaining has been possible in the 2nd Test
one and although S. M. A. have a match between England and theAus-
penetrative bowling side the batting, traliantouring team at Lords. The
which is sometimes very suspect will captains Dexter and Simpson have
have to do well to beat a Comber- not even tossed. Heavy overnight
mere side full of fighting spirit. We rains prevented play on the ist day
trust that there will not be the normal and up to lunch yesterday the out-
troub!e of having to choose umpires field was a mixture of pools and
from among the spectators, as some grass and no play was possible.
umpires who have been selected for -
matches did not turn up. Tragedy Strikes
Blackburn Spartan Japan
O.:a.aia Winc Japan|

UgIStLOr nW o
In the second division league fix-
tures played on Thursday Blackburn
defeated Empire by i run and Spar-
tan won Casuals by 4 wickets. In
the former match Blackburn scored
i z for 7 declared, thanks to a con,
trolled 49 by Ronald Osborne and
21 by Harrigan. In reply Empire
were all out for 121, Wilson getting
38 w h i le R. St. H. Shillingford
enjoyed a rich harvest of 6 for 35
well supportedby F. George 4 for 58.
At Windsor Park Casuals were
bowled out cheaply for 59 and

There has been a mighty
earthquake in Japan. The
city of Niigata and other areas
in Northern Japan were shat,
tered and the possibility of a
gigantic gas explosion was
feared. 10,000 buildings
were wrecked, and destruction
cost hundreds of millions of
dollars. Seventy-five thous,
and people had to be remov,
ed from fire and flood.-CP

Historic Insurance
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Southwell On Two Grazing
Trade Mission Grounds

Combermere Zone "B"

I /


The wheel, are grinding San. Juan, Puerto Rico, groundsre in prepare
fast to bring about the most Arriving on June tin grounds are in prepara-
histoiiz change that the bust, at San Juan were Mr. C A. tinin ths island, announce
ling, burgeoning business Southwell, C. M. of S,- GIS. The first (at Call
scene of Trinidad and Toba, Kitts and other oflfcials to bshie) comprises to be pl acres
go has seen for quite some discuss possibility of the esta- of Crown lands to be planted
time. blishment of tourist facilities wth pangola grass to serve
Colonial Life Insurance and light industries in S(. local cattlerearers, who
Company is bring changed Kitts-NevisAngailla. appear v e r y keen. The
from a proprietary company Among ether things, the seconJ is the Goodwill corn
to a mutual company. This mission is interested in th- mun-1 pastu-e.
means that the company will establishment of a food Negotiations between the
soon belong to th. policy, processing plant and paper Mnstry of Trade and Pro-
holders instead of a few factory.-CARIBO duction and agents in Florida
shareholders. for the supply of Jersey
Shareholders are to be FOLLOW THE STAR* heifers are in progress.
paid off If they wish to ".. N TC ..
have further interest in the D.G.S. NOTICE
company, they will do s-o is THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING cf the Dominica
poFcyholders. So revolution- I Grammar School Old Boys Association will be held
ary is the change, the corn at the Grammar School on Saturday June 27th at 5.30 pm.
pany laws of Triridad and All Old Boys are invited to attend on time. Details
Tobago do not provide for of the Agenda will be notified by releases over W.LB.S.
such a switch. A new beginning Tuesday 23rd instant.
ordinance' has to be drawn June zo
up and passed through Par;'- -
liament to facilitate the switch CENTRAL HOUSING & PLANNING
around.-Extract from Trini,

" HE T under-mentioned persons h a v e been appointed to
Nigel Fisher serve: on the Central Housing & Planning Authority
under section 4(1)(a) (b) & (c) o01 the ,lm CIPeranire
Moe questions on cor 0". f one year, with effect from 2nd June, 1964:- -
ruption in St. Vincen, said Hon. L. C, Didier, Minister for Commiunications and Works
the BBC radio commentator, (Chairman)
were asked in the British Hdn. N. A. N, Ducreay, Minister for Trade and Production
House of Commons this Hon. A. C. Active
week by Mr. Donald Chap, Mrs. C. Oliver James
man, who pressed again for The Medical Office" of Health, Dr. D. C. Shi!!ingford

Se rr itor y. Replying, the The Acting Agricultural Superintendent, Mr. S. 0. Pringle
Undersecretary of State fo' The Foreman of Works (Buildings), Mr. R. A. Atherley
the Colonies, Mr. Nigel Issued by the Ministry of Communications and Works
Fisher, said that there were nqminica,
not suficient grounds for dis- M.P C&W 21,3
solution of the island's gov- 12tb June, 1964
ernment. June 20
St. Lucia Schedule of App!iitiaon for Certifica e of Title and Nolings
Ins. Co. Inquiry thereon and Cavea's for the week ending the 20th day of June, 1964
Nature of Request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of Title
In an executive council ________ _________ Notings thereon or Caveat.
chamber crowded with dis- Request for the issue of a first
satisfied crowlients of the St. Request dated I Svelyn Irish Certificate of Title (- ith plan
satisfied clients of the St. atae) in respect of a
Lucia Insurance Co, Coun- llth June, 1964 ,portion of land situate
Sin the Town of Roseau, inthe
sel for some clients, Mr. Presented by her Solicitor Parish of St George, in the
lifton Dpigny, pressed for Clony of Dominica, con-
Clifton Dupigny, pressed for 16th, June 1964 Ciln., A.M. Dupigny training 562 square feet, and
protective legislation against at 2.55 p.m. bounded as follows;-On the
any repetition of insurance South-West by lands of
of Judith Lawrence; On the
inadequacies. T h e Irsu- North-East by lands of Angelina Peter; On the North West by lands of
rance Company was repre' Josephine Edwards; and on the South-East by Rivee Street.
sei.ted by Mr. Keith Alleyne Registrar's Office, (Sgd) JosrEPH V. JEAN PIERRE
Q. C. and Attorney General Roseau, Dominica, 1964. Registrar of Titles.
D. K. MacIntyre, appeared NoTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a
for Gov e r n me n t The Certificate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat in
for Gov ern me n t. Thethe above office within six weeks from the date of the first appear-
Chief Minister was in the ance of the above Schedule in the DOMINICA HERALD news-
chair, attended by his acting paper published in this Island or from the date when the notice
Financial Se c r a r y Mr. prescribed by law was last served on any owner or occupier of
Financial Secretary r adjoining land in respect of which the application is made.
McGovern. June 20-27