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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: July 11, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Dominica -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Dominica
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1955? Cf. caption.
General Note: Editor, <1963-1964>: Phyllis Shand Allfrey.
General Note: "For the General Welfare of the People of Dominica, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole."
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 12, 1963; title from caption.
General Note: Last issue consulted: December 31, 1964.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 82144654
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jh- F;ncs IV rlu -'" The ichest Soiu I
(For the General Welfare or the People of Domi"ica. the furhi r -d'ancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole)
ESTABLISHED 1955 SATURDAY, JULY 1964 PRICE 100


BRITISH COMMONWEA
Canadian P. M. Calls For Racial Equality
THE BRITISH Commonwealth, second only to th: United
I Nations in global representation and influence, has'
been considering the setting up of a permanent secretariat.
This central body would make the exchange of news and
views among Commonwealth leaders more easily attainable:
at present the Prime Min;sters' coofir-nc:, outside of White,
hall channels, is the one big occasional opportunity for
concerted round-table discussion among Commonwealth
statesman. The possibility of such a secretariat had been
discussed before this year, but had never reached such an
advanced stage.
The eighteen Chiefs of State who met at Marlborough
iA*tse this week repesented-
%o million people. Their TH Q
first days, discusriq.s were T I
devoted to a review. of world
affairs.
Amorg statements made
on the second day were Dr.
Kwame'Nkrumah of Ghana's
pr inonncenint against: the
racial policies of Scothern .-
RhodL.., ':,s. .mue-t 'iargea
(Sierra Leone) calling for
sanctions against South Afri.
ca to end -segregation there, .."
Dr. Eric Williams' demand
that a U. N. commission
replace the present Btitish
governorship iA British Gui-,
ana; and Liberal Prime Min-
ister Lester Pearson of Cana-
da's rousing call for full
racial equality within the
British Commonwealth.
Lord Attlee had issued a
public appeal that Labour '
leader Harold Wilson should
be allowed to attend. No
news of his presence at this
important meeting has
reached us.


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British Council
Here To Help
British Council officials
Derek Aspinall, Director and
Hamish Wilson, Technical
Adviser, arrived here to assist
in the preparation of the
Shal.espeare festival due in
August. Mr. Aspinall is
staying four days acd Mr.
Wilson one week. The two
experts are giving advice on
drama and theatre. They
flilow in the wake of Mr.
Errol Hill who spoke on
drama at the D. G. S. about
two weeks ago.


iLTH-PERMANENT SECRETARIAT!

Police Confe- "WIDESPREAD DISAPPOINTMENT
rence, Barbados IN CANADA"
.... ..;. .-... rA n ,-i. I--f Federal Ships Are Sold


J. V. Mulligan flew to Bar,
bados on Thursday to attend
a conference at the police
regional training centre in
Barbados, under the chair-
manship of Major Ronild
Stoute. Main topic
on a long agenda was the
training of recruits.


THE Canadian High Commissicner for Trinidad and
Tobago (Mr. F. Gilbert Gilmour) told the Press in St.
L,;cia on TbursJay that there would be "widespread dis,
appointment" ii; his country if the two Federal ships Maple
and Palm were to be disposed cf.' Mr. Gilmour
made this statement in a sympathetic atmosphere, after
meeting and talking t- the new Chief Minister, of S(s Lucia
and his cabinet, which includes strong: federalist Hon. J.
M. D. Bousquet.


JEEN AND HER BABIES
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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Head of the Commonwealth, and
fouryearold Prince Andrew, photographed with Prince Edward, th
Queen's fourth child, who was born on roth March. This first official
photograph was taken by Cecil Beaton in Buckingham Palace. BIS



SHOCKING DEATH -- ADJOURNMENT
The inquest into the brutal death by wounding of Benoit Matthew at the end of June was fui
ed until Friday July 17, after several witnesses had given evidence. These witnesses included Dr.
PRmberton, Nursing Sister C. Baptiste, Nurse T. Christian, Miss Cynthia Edwards, Mis3 Edline
Francis, and Dennis Williams and Barnet Bramble. Timing of the dead man's admission'to hospital
at issue. Magistrate J. J. Copland was Coroner.


The High Commissioner
Jwas in- St. Luci f or-the
graduation ceremi. no f ithe
island's teacher trait tcol-,
lege. Before;leaviihg for;.St.
Vincent to-attend the ~,oen,
ing of the ne w dee
harbour there. (another
nificent Canadian gift
-- sanruna-c-m-p uprear Cana-
da have taken much pride
and satisfaction in, assisting
the West Indies by promot-
ing trade, circulation of
passengers and communica,
tions between the islands
through those ships,, as well
as the services of a top
accountant from Canada to
help in the ships' economic
running.
British Guiana
Prohibitions And
Violence -
Governor Sir Richard Luyt gave
out a few sweeping orders during an
uneasy period in Eritish
Guiana last week. The Governor
ordered that persons possessing arms
illegally will be nested and not
granted bail ex,:cp: with the consent
of the Commissioner of Police.
Flogging will be inflicted for disobe-
dience. A stick comes under the
heading of dangerouss weapons'.
Governor Luyt is also empowered
to prohibit publication of newspapers
or bcoks which may promote racial
1 bhstiliti.s or prejudice.
e Meanwhile a further contingent of
il British'soldiers brought the strength
of the British army in B.G. up to
S 5o.00 serving men. An East Indian
man and wife were shot to death on
Wednesday, following the massacre'
by time-bomb of some forty Negroes
|T ina crowded launch last Monday.
I When the news of ,the bomb out,
rage broke, four Indians were killed
rther adjourn- at Wismar and homes were burned.
Shillineford- The subject. of British Guiana is
Peters, James being qrised particularly by Dr. Eric
al was a point Willia,.s at the Prime Ministers'
'conference in Londo,.


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PAGE TWO DOMINICA. HERALD SATURDAY, JULY i, 1964
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Annivaer- honours as the bankirobber covered until 18o8. Some 4
i who lets his pal down and of the,. mutineers at Tahiti
asll Fllms becomes a sheriff. Rest of were captured ind put to
By Our Film Reporter the cast: Pina Pellicer, Raty death; Fletch-r was killed.
By OuI Re / Jrrado, Ben Johnson, Slim This family filmis 101 minutes
Pickens, Larry-Duran, San long and is an M. G. M.
This year's Carib Theatre Gilman, rimod-y C-.ray, production.
Anniversary Programme has Mari..i, Colon. (Prodtced ....
come to an end. There by F.P. Rosenbc:g) 'Rcnne, The Struggle
were a few good films; many baker Paramount Pro-. Continues
more were of a poor standard, duction" Released July 23, a
Among the better ones: family film 141 mins. long. Enforcement Of The Civil
"Forever My L o v e "Mutiny On The Bounty" Right Law
charming, Austrianmade, 6n Dec. 23, 1787, H. M. S.
English-speaking p e r i o d Bounty commanded by Lieut. Alabama's governor George
piece, a story of the Emperor William B li g h (Trevor Wallace today called the U.S.
Franz Josef, his wife the Howard), s e t sail from States Civil Rights Law a fraud, a
Princess Elizabeth, and the Spithead to collect botanical a sham and a hoax, and said he
complicated web of inter, specimens in the Pacific. enforcement in his :tare. The liberal
national politics that sur' On the return journey after leftwingers have passed it," he said,
rounds them. The Cast many encounters a mutiny "now let them employ some" pink-
include Romy Schneider, broke out. Led by F 1 e t, nik" social engineers in Washing-
Rarl Boehm a n d Magda c h e r Christian (Marlon to fiMeanwgurhie out what to do with
Schneider. This 145 Brando), the mutineers seized bers of the Civil Rights group were
minute-long film was directed Bligh whom they accused of mobbed and beaten last week by
a n d produced .by Ernest tyranny and harsh treatment, whites when tney walked into
Ma r i s c h k a (Paramount) and eighteen (18) men loyal a states rights rally where Govern'
Released May 6, 1962. ad is-to him, :and set them adrift brought campaign for the U.
a family film. in an open boat. In a Presidency. They were immediately
"One Eyed Jacks"; This remarkable feat of navigation beaten to the floor with metal chairs
is Marlon Brando's fir s t and endurance. Bligh and. and fists. A white girl accompanying
Western (he directed and his party reached Timor after the Student Nonviolent Coodinatng
starred)'nd is a superbly a voyage of 3,6o miles with, Committee group aid she avoided a
salmr e sscnerl. oygof ,a m4n. The beating when protected by the body
visUal, more or less convey, out lost ,pf a mun. The of a white person: The police took
tional Western on a lavish mutineers saikc the Bounty the Negroes away in a paddy-wagon.
with obvious symbolic to Tahiti, a few others sailed --
ntones about love and in 1790 to. Pitcairn Island St,. Lu0ia Leg
,and revenge along Cali where with the. natives they The new LeAlative Couril k
fornials c g et atrig W fl n h hetanbhdsuraaprtosper-tus coun,- -nes Tthe sly t
Maiden' stealing the acting lony which remained undis- on Tuiesday, 14th July.


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se .sho- b s- d at last Monday morning, Ed,
Tuesday night that he had last Mo mo Ed
drawn up a new Congo mund Riley s :rck dashed
Cabinet list with himself as -from the preciolc side of the
Premier, a Foreign Minister, Cas:le Bruce read .nto the
Information Minister and cliff-face. He received leg
head of economic coordina, and face injuries, and one of
don. The former Katanga his passengers was also slight,
Province secessionist leader lyhurt. The other passed
told a Press conference that ger, James Moses, had his
he would give the list to leg badly fractured. The
President Joseph Kasavubu truck was heavily laden.with
on Tuesday but later an Aide bananas.
said it would be on Wedaes CER LE FRANGAIS:
day. Tshombe said there Le 14 Juillet
would be several new names Les membres et ies amis
in his Cabinet, and his job du Cercle Frangais sont
would be to pacify the rebel, invites a une reception a
lions ti three provinces. His l'occasion du 14 juillet chez
first act would be to seek aid la president, Mme Issa,
from the West.-CP. Market Square 1 5.30 h.

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SATURDAY. JULY x. 1964- DOMINICA. HERALD


Castro Comments aimbia Indepen- Bustamante
ln n bi ll


On Sister's Statements
Castro's statement on the defe -,
tion of his sister sys, '"her statements
were written in 'he US cmbassy in
Mexico. They include every infamy
imperalists hav' created against the
revolution. They had no scrupl,'s
in resorting to low, Epugr-at orrcr-
dures beyond universally respected
li.nits. If I'd been 'one of those
rulers who make millionaires of their
relatives I'd not have suffered this
problem. Even [or me personally, it
i; very bitter. But I understand ;t to
be the price of being a revolution ry.
During the U.S. civil war miny
families were divided. While some
members fought for the freedom of
slaves, others fought for shvery.
Many of Lincoln's close relatives
fought beside Southern slaving srnies
His enemies hated him deeply and
slandered him without pity even
murdered him. But that did not
take from him the glory of being the
liberator of slaves and ithe greatest
man in the United States' hi story "
-C.P.


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A Pill to confer full
independence on Northern
RLod:siz wa formally intrc,
duced in the House of Comrn
mOns last week. This was
the ZambiP. Independence
Bill, by which' it is proposed
,hat Northern Rho-,-sia -
now to be known as Zambia
-shall become an independ,
ent republic within the Com-
rnonwcalth.
The Bill was given a
formal first reading. The
t-xt will be published later.
At the re-ent independ*
ence conference in London
it was agreed that Northern
Rhodesia should become Ain,
dependent as a republic with,
in the Commonwealth on
24th October, 1964. North'
ern Rhodesia, formerly a
member state of the Central
African Federation now
dissolved has had an
elected African majority gov,
ernment since Decembet
1962.


Front Page story
Police in Bristol, England, fore-
warned that a time-bomb haid been
.planted in the offices of a Bristol
newspaper eleven days ago, search-
- t Frie- ises t.loroughay 1 ut
found nothing.. L ter the Ediot.
the newspaper stated that the whole
thing was a hoax, adding that he
wIs short of exciting news, and it
had provided him with a fs >nt


June 27-Tuly 18 page stoty

Seventy Feet Below Londen


Sir Alexander Bustamente
personally invrvcned in the
Jamaican Senate last week to
prevent the passage of a Bill
declaring ihat aliens could
not obtain emrploymen in
Jamaica without a work per,
mit, among other provisir-Ps.
He said tha- in the light of
p u b l i c comment,, certain
aspects oF the Bill required
farther s-udy.

St. Lucia Raises
Workers' Pay
Fifteen Per Cent
The St. Lucia Government has
raised the wrges of all Government
daily pai workers by' 15 per cent,
to match the r:se in pay recently
granted to P.W.D. dailypaid
workers. The new rates will date
f-om January 7, 1964, but due to
financial difficulties may not become
available until 1965.


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.?AGE FOUR DOMINICA HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1964


LORD'S -- HEADQUARTERS
OF CRICKET
By
DODDY HAY
Sports Correspondent of "The Observer", London


T is nothing more than a arena.
happy coincidence that The p r e s c n pavilion,
Lord's, associated in every, through whose gates have
one's mind with the aristo, passed the finest players in
cracy of cricket, should be so in the history of cricket, was
aptly titled. The ground is built in 1890 at a cost of
in fact named, not in honour 21i,ooo.
of the nobility, but of a The Mound Stand was
Y o r k s h i r e businessman, erected ten years later, and
Thomas Lord, who acquired the Grandstand, surmounted
rhe lease of the land for the by its famous figure of Father
benefit of his cricketing friends Time, was rebuilt after World
almost exactly o 150 years ago. War I. In 1958 was added
It was in 1786 that Lord, the two-tier Warner Stand,
a member of the White Con, named after the legendary
duit Club, took over the England captain Sir Pelham
leaFe of the Mary-le-bone ("Plum") Warner, and the
Field, and one year later ground can now accommo,
that his club merged with date in comfort more than
the-newly-formed Marylebane 25,000 spectators.
Cricke; Club which has ,
since, in its familiar title of "It's.Just Different"
the C. C., become the Lr', has its
headquarters of cricket in Lodmarks Theof cofirste, haTest
Britain. Match played there was in
It was not until 1814, 1884, when England beat
however, that Lord, having Australia handsomely by an
alfeaday thanged ~ae-, inng d-
uplifted his precious turf for In 1939 the greatWest
the second time and trans, Indian batsman G e or g e
ported it to the field in St. Headley became the ;,,,rst
John's Wood where the player to win the distinction
ground now stands, and so it of scoring a century in each
is from that date that the innings of a Test at Head-
history of Lord's as we know uarters.
it really begins. A remark, It was in 1952. that India's
able history it is, too, its Vinco Mankad registered one
pages emblazoned with the of the greatest all-rcund port
names of crickets immottals, formances in Test cricket
from Dr. W. G. Grace towhen he scored a total of 256
Hammond and Bradmaruns, including a record 188
and the giants of coday. for an Indian batsman, and
Sold To A Professional bowled 97 overs for an analy,
M. C. C. held its first sis of five for 23 1.
match there, against Hertffrd, No connoisseur of cricket
shire, in that same summer of will forget that magical sum,
1814, and from that time the mer of 1947 when the "Teiri,
ground became increasingly ble Twins" of Middlesex,
popular. Lord remained Denis Compron ani Bill
proprietor until his retirement Edrich, thrilled the public in
in 1825, when he disposed its thousands with a record,
of the lease for s5,ooo to a breaking series of partnerships
member of the M. C. C., that for sheer virtuosity and
Mr. William Ward, who, in brilliance of technique sur,
turn, sold it to one James passed almost everything seen
Dark, a fine professional before in the history of the
cricketer who subsequently game.
appeared for the Players in I spoke only a few days
the annual match against the ago to the greatest of that
Gentlemen in 1835. magnificent couple, Denis
During thl next 30 years Compton, in his day the
Dark was responsible for most exciting stroke-player in
many improvements, includ- the modern i d i o m. He
ing the construction of. Real could scarcely have been
Tennis and Racquets courts. more simple and significant:
In 1866 the M. C. C. "Listen, Doddy" he said, "a
acquired the freehold of the century at Lord's means more
ground and so assured the to a man than a world record
future of the game's greatest innings at any other ground


I it's just different, some-
lhow."


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12 noon on Saturday if their papers have not been
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j PHONE CIRCULATION DEPT. 307.


That, in a nutshell, is the
story of this incomparable
field. Not even the greatest
players in the world are
impervious to importance; it
is almost as great as the game
itself, it is greater and more
lasting than the finest of bats-
men or bv, lcr it is
Lord's.-EIS

First Detailed
Map Of Moon
The United States has produced
the first detailed contour map of the
visible portion of the moon's surface
on a scale of one inch to 1,000,000
inches.
Produced in cooperation with the
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA), the color
map lists more than 5,ooo of the
moon's surface features. Since there
is neither sea level nor "zero" eleva,
tion on the moon, the bttom of a
crater known as "Mosting A", lo,
cated near the center of the moon's
visible face, was used as a reference
point in production the topographic
map. It was assigned an elevation
of 22,750 feet and all other eleva,
tions mountains, .craters and flat
areas were, worked buot in rela,
tion to it.
Some craters on the moon are as
much as 5,ooo feet deep and rugged
duuasins-,iae tB-pta.k of n400
fret. USIS "

UNICEF Milk
According to a recent Dominica
Government release, 55,ooot s of
powdered skimmed milk from
UNICEF were distributed in the
Rosean area as "rom Wednesday July
1st primarily to nursing mothers and
infants inder one year. Fur the time
being further distribution would b;
restricted to pregnant and nursing
mothers and children under fiv. years
old (estimated number 6 ooo); also
pupils attending elementary schools
"'here here are facilities for mixing
the milk with boiled water.

Harold Wilson In
Action
Harold Wilson called Spain a
"fascist country" during a recent
debate in the British House of
Commons, and Prime Minister Sir
Alec DouglasH me blamed the
Labour Party for causing the break-
down of a large trade transaction
between Britain and Spain.
Later last week Harold Wilson
announced his Party's plan f< r the
appointment, when Labour comes
back into power, of an impartial
Commissioner to investigate defects
in administration and causes of
governmental injustice. The Comrn,
missioner would report back to
Parliament. In addition, a Select
Committee drawn from both sides
of the House would examine the
Commissioner's periodical reports.
The aim of this exercise would be
to create a bridge between the indi-
vidual and the administration and
to scrutinize causes of injustice.


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NOTICE


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
Farmers interested in the rearing of livestock 'nd
who are in possession of suitable land, are invited to
make application to the Agricultural Supe intendent for
assistance under the Livestock Development Project.
Application forms are available through the field staff of
the Department of Agriculture.
Provision is made so that farmers can be offered
subsidies in respect of;
Establishment and improvement of pastures.
Fencing.
Laying down water supply.
Erection of buildings for livestock.
Persons having less than two acres of land availa,
ble for pasturage and less than two mature cows should
not apply for assistance under the scheme.
STANLEY 0. PRINGLE
Acting Agricultural Superintendent.
GO. 69. July, 4-18.


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SATURDAY, JULY II, 1964


PAGE FIVE


BRITAIN AND THE COMMUNIST WORLD
by EARL ATTLEE
(Labour Prime Minister of Britain from 1945 to 51)
PART I
SURING the posz Wozld War II period up to 19g2
relations between the free countries of the West and
the Soviet Union con:inualy worsened. The defeat of
Nazi Gemany broke the temporary alliance of East and
West. The rapid reduction of the military forces of rhe
Western Powers left the way open for the Russian Com,
munists to extend their power westwards. Stalin pursued
a policy in which could be seen not only the old imperial,
ism of Russia, but also the ideological imperialism of the
Communists,
The West had in reserve the nuclear weapon, but this
could not be used without provoking a third world war.
In these conditions British policy was directed to restricting
the Communist advance. Turkey and Greece were pre-
served. Yugoslavia, which owed nothing to Russia, main-
tained its independence. Austria held on precariously
under dual control. The rest 9f Eastern Europe fell into
the Communist orbit as did Eastern Germany after the
Russians broke the quadripartite system established at
Potsdam.
To counter Communist aggression, the North Atlan,
tic Treaty Organisation was formed with Western Europe
and the United States of America forming a force sufficient,
ly strong to curb any threat of aggression. The. Marshall
Plan provided the economic assistance required to give
backing to this shield.
The Crucial Point
The crucial point was reached when the Communist
attempt to blockade Berlin was foiled by-the air-lift. Im,
mediate danger was averted and the "cold war" became the
normal back und of 'intatinxpol-ric--- --i
twas c ar that one of the weapons that could be
used in the ideological struggle was arpti-imperialism. The
World War II had stimulated insurgent nationalism. The
British, French and Dutch Empires were. obvious targets
for Communist propaganda while in America old-time
suspicion of British imperialism was a factor preventing full
co-opetati3n.
The granting of freedom to India, Pakistan, Ceylon
and Burma, which converted the old British Empire into a
multi-racial Commonwealth, transformed the situation,
while the dissolution of the French and Dutch Empires,
though unlier less happy circumstances, marked the end of
colonialism in Asia.
It had been clear that, held in Europe, aggressive
Communism would turn elsewhere, but these events limited
the opportunities for Communist penetration in Asia.
British policy had always been based on strong sup,
port for the United Nations. In 1951 a Communist
attempt to overrun South Korea gave an unexpected oppor-
tunity for action by the United Nations. In th, temporary
absence of the Communist representatives, action against
an aggressor was ordered. The United States took military
action and was supported by the Commonwealth. The
Commonwealth Division, including not only British troops
but contingents from Canada, Australia and New Zealand
and medical assistance from India, played its full part in
opposing aggression. How far Russia was really behind
this attempted Communist coup may be questioned; for
the inspiration came from Communist China which had
its own quarrel with the United States.
British policy was inspired by a desire to support the
United Nations and thus to show that, unlike its predeces,
sor, the League of Nations, it could take collective action
against an aggressor.
Russia's Nuclear Weapon
Meanwhile, Russia had been successful in acquiring
the nuclear weapon, thus establishing an uneasy equilibrium
in this sphere. It had become clear over the years that


while Stalin ruled in Russia no attempt either to create
better relations between tie West and the Communist bloc
or to reach some measure of agreement on disarmament
could have any hopes of success.
British policy had to be based on holding the line
and by encouraging self government by former subjects of
imperialism to limit Communist opportunities to make
(Cont on page 8)


Archdeacon Lane
The Ven. Archdeacon Lane
left Dorrinica on Tuesday for
Antigua, where he attended the
Anglican Conference presided ov.r
by L'is Lordship the Bishop of the
West In fie!,


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DOMINICA HERALD SATURDAY, JULY II, 1964


DOMINICA HERALD
AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY
31 New Street, Roseau. Ttl. 307
Published by J. .Ma.AGARTSON CHARLES, Propri.tor
Editor MRS. PHYL;IS SHAND ALLFREY
U.K. & European Represenwative Colin Tur'er (wndon) Lt
122, Shaftesburv ,4ve n,don W. I
Ammal Cub 'cripti. s : ow.i 5 00 Country .6.00
Oversee, r,-',-.race Mail) 87.50
.SAURDAY, JULiY. .1964

STATEMENTS ON AID


IT was recently announced tha. 6o00,
000ooo,ooo of financial aid was allocated
to Commonwealth countries by Btitain
during the past five years.
Almost simultaneously there w.as an
announcement here of Secretary of State's
approval of a C. D. & W. grant for the
relatively small sum of $13,646 towards
the completion of the Dominica Water
Survey scheme (the total amount allotted
for this project being $38,904, intended
for payment of local staff, as Dominica
Government's contribution to the scheme).
Meanwhile, in the British House of
Commons, in reply to M r. Geor ge
Thomson M. P., Mr. Duncan Sandys
(Colonial Secretary), making reference to
various unfinished or unstarted projects in
this island including educational mat,-
ters, the Salybia and Petite Soufiiere
roads. and te intezrtred heath 'cheme,
replied that no application had been made
to his CGovernment in respect of aid for
- rmani'ntegrted ._heah... scheme I
That is what was reported by B. B. C.
news from Radio Barbados in the six
p.mn. broadcast last Tuesday.
We have reason to believe that the
water survey is part of the integrated
WHO health scheme : very good reason,
since it was within the Federal ministries
of Communications and Works and of
Labour & Social Affairs that the whole
proj-ct took its first hopeful shape in con,
sultation with U. N. advisers and the late


D. Hor2cc Gillette.
constrained to public
I, 1963, a "prodding'
integrated health aspe
Dominica, as we poir
pen 'ed the Integrated I-
the WHO for whi
UNICEF bad already
then took the Opposi
niksrl ',- a sinl l Iues


bananas at Long-House, yet Ihere is a lack of tolerance, closure
you cannot blame them, on freedom of speech and expression,
that's their bread and better, a total disrespect of individual rights
and a vindictiveness unparalelled in
so therefore those. who have Dominica's history.
promised to see into the Not to resist our Government's
needs of the people in ex, attitude to Secondary Schools and
rd change for their own bread their teachers, primary school teach,
i. ers and civil servants, its numerous
and butter, please dG it. pevish pettmesses and its policies
I hope Mr. Murtin and or more often lack of them), is to
-- other Portsmouthians will condone the whole sorry catalogue
- -- --. not find it difficult to ap, of its puerileness and impotence.
proach o,,r representative (-yi Yes, Madam Ed'tcr, the days of
friend), also The C h I I- the negative approach of poli'icl
chfriend), also The Ch rlatans are passing evryvphere in
Minister and last but not the Windwards and men are begin-
In fact, we felt least the Minister concerned ing to be recognized for what th.y
ih on Saturday June a.,ent this in portant matter. are and can do for tneir country,
Sec.itorial on other In conclusion I m u s t rather than because o' the banner
c., at a time when advise my fEiend Mr. Martin, ey may use to disgse their per
uted out, "bad sus, that it is not always good to If I sonnd bitter, M.dam Editor,
health programme of compliment a pers )n over a I have every reason to be, beca',se
cch (at that time) small act, for be sometimes I, like the working classes, have
allotted funds." We tends to believe that we are been betrayed. I was beguiled by
ton to task for not complacent aad leaves us right I have been exploited. Now I
An oti on lwh,, t !-i e there! kn. ..... w h..i h..L .--- .


chance was being neglected.
Never mind the delays now; it is good
that the water scheme is getting under
way ind is fully supported by the Dom,
inica Government.
As one of its early motivators, we
,would ask Government not to overlook
the sanitation needs of the village of
Pichelin among the many dmatds th-y
receive. And we would rermnd the
Hon. Minister of Communications and
Works that in the presence of villagers he
told the inhabitants of the waterless ham.
let of B~Bdevue Rawle nearly three years ago
that he would at least ins:all a water 3ank
to provide them with water, supplies in
dry weather. We understand tnat a 'tank
is being constructed to serve the Stock
Farm, but that is well below the village.
Could not simple pumping arrangements
and another tank for the community be
speedily installed ? An unwashed child
who cannot attend school is at least as sad
as waterless ccw or thirsty stockman.


People's Post England on Courses (so they
Correspond.e:ts ae asked to r;bmit theirfull names and addresses as call it) for what reason money
a guarantee of good faith, but not necessarily for putllcetiwn. Letters should cannot be had Co safeguard
be as sho, t as possible Controversial political 'ittc.- will not be pub- the lives of po and o,
lished anonymously. Views expressed in People's P. do not necessarily te nd pro
reflect the policy of the Edtor or the "irprietor. tect our prcpe-ties.


Mr. Martin

Dear Madam,
"Good things co
those :har wait" those
words used by my ol
Mr. Emmrnuel Ma
your issue of the 30t
under the headline
mouth Fire Volunteel
I respect the opii
everybody, but from
offered to justify his st;
I am forced to remain
of the old adage whi<
that "Little things ple
minds". In my opinia
an undue jubilation
I am, a Portsmouthia
through my then liais


I understood that not long
SayS the chief Mr. Carry coupled ago two fires played havoc at
,with my close asso':iations Portsmouth one destroyed
with the other boys, knew Mrs. Payncs' house at Zicack,
ome to that Portsmouth was pru- and another in the vicinity
* are the mised for years that the vo- of the Convert which also
ci friend luntary fire fighters would be did a lot of damage, hcw
rti" on made permanent, and what a true that is I do not know
h May shame to a civilized p.5ople but good heavens, if there was
'Ports/ of the secondd town of the a permanent service such
rs'. third largest Island of the damage could be greatly
aion of British West Indies and a averted, who knows? Al-
what h : dishonour to our Govern, though the fire at Zicack was
atement, ment that today we are rejoic, {not far from where the volun,


d him
ch says
ase little
n this is
because
an and
on with


ing over a ;ew outfits ratner;tary men live, yet perhaps
than a permanent fire service! Mr. Carty at that time was
I think Madam that it is attending or conducting a
time Dominicans wake up political meeting somewhere,
and see to it that we get our Mr. Ralph Joseph planting
pound of flesh, if money can bananas at Deschamps, and
be had to send men here to Mr. Rufus Dyer checking


Yours Faithfully
T. F. DESBONNES,
London, England


Labour Licked
Again
Dear Madam Editor,


Ktnow t latd t e Ligltto LU CrepCi
labour must be EARNED and not
merely CLAIMED.
But the hope is not too far-fetch,
ed, nor the opportunity too distant
when we also shall sing Hosanna
for our deliverance from the hkes of
LeBlanc, Ducreay, Stevens and Co.
How they must tremble in their
unbare-foot !! I
Bt warned fellow Dominicans,
Yours faithfully,


Labour is lik, Civis D
ed again. Last tim- it was Grenada.
This time. it is St. Lucia. Who
next' Maybe its our turn now. Suggest
Time was when all four Wind' Arrti'cIil"
Government. That time too, the
people of the Windwards believed Dear Editor,
that anyone calling himself "labour" I
really represented the interest of the that at the mi
masses. Time now is that we are all line of going
a sadder but wiser people, agricultural.
The result of the St. Lucia elec, strongly agric
tions where, labour retained just two ally with reg
sets out often a mer: o/% at the morner
must lead us to believe that the running and k
people of St Lucia are in fact a yet today ever
wiser people, what he earn
In Dominica where we have a Notice we
large peasantry (larger perhaps than cials and a f
anywhere else in the world); where whose salaries
man's effort against sun, rain, 3 to 6 hundr
storms and .1 whimsical market can say that they
-- with Government direction and bering the m
assistance yield him the where- ten children
withal necessary to maintain himself lives under tl
and family in dignity and comfort, phere and e
we need representationo cfa more What can th
liberal kind than we have at present. Isn't it a cris
To-day, there is no figit under viduals don't
our existing system of Government in his count
to keep the country of, by and for Could I as
the "barefooted man" a hacd ney, ment d o i n
ed phase. Wh.t is needed, (and of thing is fro
this the other islands are aware as make a sugg
they ate making manifest) is men that Govern
who can put shoes on the feet of his shops or store
fellowmen so that NONE shall be proved itself
barefooted. Government
Instead all i have seen practised (Co


QUOTE OF THE


POM-KNIANJS, SUM.

ions 0.1



Readers will appreciate
moment we have no other
ahead apart from our
industry; and I stress
cultural industry, (espec,
ards to Bananas) which
it bears the pressure of
keeping the country, and
y man is dissatisfied vith
s.
I1 that some ofonr offi,
ew private individuals
s range from between
*ed dollars monthly s-ill
can't live; not remem-
nan who has a (wife and
and possibly rent to pay,
he same existing atmos-
a r n s $1.68 per day.
iey eat, drink and wear?
Cme- Its a pity that i di,
t get a more equal share
ry.
k what is the Govern,
n g Inasmuch as every,
om the soil, suppose I
esdion, I am not saying
ment should invest in
es, but investment has
useful to the world; if
were to spend a very
nt. on pa, 7)

WEEK


"Our quarrel vith the British is over: we are friends
now." Dr. Hastings Banda, P.M. of Malawi (Nyasaland).

AND OF THE PAST:
"I repeat.. that all power is a trust that we are
accountable for its existence that from the people and for
the people all springs, and all must exist." Disraeli.


*


PAGE SIX









DOMINICA HERALD PAGE SEVEN


People's Post
(Cont. from p. 6)


looks like it looks, dirty, sad
and ugly. I am pleased with
the roads and some cointryv


1964's I. L, 0.
Conference


great proportion of the money gran- improvements, but Roseau,
ted to P.W.D. year a r-r year for my e mes water for yo u. oThe International Labour Con,
aiv-rs p ojcts which sometimes c.o Fererce has been holding its 48th
not come through, (money wasted CITY OBSERVER, Session at Geneva, attended by Troo
which can't even be accounted for) Brooklyn, New York. delegates of tripartite representation.
if this money could be spend 'n -- -- On one day a record of eleven La'r-
the flat lands in the Gcuboir h-ights NO TICES T 0 COR. our Ministers from all over the world
rich virgin soil which needs no ferti- RESPONDENTS: A Vil- addressed the conference in the Palais
lizer, and on which some six to ger" il Ca: w o de Nations. The session ended on
cight hundred acres of bananas can bl July 9.
be planted, at the same tmae waking not publish letters unless the
provision on the same area for a farm writer s real name is given, -
for rearing cattle after the first four even if not for printing. To Didier To St, Vincent
years. With the bananas, you may J. J. F., who wrote on Police
call on peasants on a share basis. or attrs: Your letter arrived AT the invitation of the Govern,
Government is able to produce o to too late for today's issue merit of St. Vincent, the Honoura-
Government is able to produce o to ble L. C. Didier, Minister for Comr-
Ioo tens of bananas per cutting, this Meanwhile, however, we Lunications and Werks, will repre-
,-ill help to balance your Budget; would suggest tdat it is, a sent the Government of Dominica at
and I say it would be a good invest, matter to be taken up by the the ceremony of the handing over of
ment. In this case we would be Police Welfare Association. the new deep-water harbour wharf at
elgess advising the few work We understand also that the Kingston on Saturday nith July.
It's usess advising few work We unerstan alsothat te The newly completed wharf will be
ing people to plant more whe- they Superintendent of Police isover to the St. Vincent
are not able,:and there is no encour- prepared to listen to all comr Government by the Government of
agement. It is not enough when plaints.--Editor Canada. CIS.
those of us who are members ofGov-' (Last week the harbour's handi.gover
einment visit green fields and see W. I. Students was prematurely dated -ED.)
lovely production, and make plans
on what the revenue will be at the Enrich College ----
time of harvest The Governmert *
should enter for heavy production to Lifeany At St.
encourage the people. Larceny At St.
Today when we take a retrospec- One of this year's out Martin'S School
tive view of the past, we can say our standing students at Stanford
march is the slowest compared to all
other Islands. We mingle our lif- Hall, Loughborough, Bri, St. Martin's School was broken
line, (production) wvith stupidity. tain's co operative college, into and $29.00 solemn, reports
For example, all our coconuts are .has bten Mr. Wilbert E. I. Sister Borgia of the Roseau Con-
sent to Barbadoswhere they are,man- Blackett a co- rativ o r vent st. t artints school reeny
ufactured ino so many things and from Charlestown putc.n a 'ta show' to raise funds
sold back'd.. .-.e r Charo ses.own N -iseA oo-
--s-oin--t o of t Afe t"l is aodiion to gaimng the This is no the time that the
(Sgd) W. THOMAS, Marigot. college's: diploma in co-opera,.-, school has illegally entered for the
Snion, he won two competitive purpose-of theft. The police- e
_--- .-- investigaUng Sister Borgia s report.
prizes open to the entire Meanwhile, a thief .who stole
Alas Poor City student body. Two other abovt $30.00 from Archdeacon
West Indian students, Mr. Lane of the Anglican Church
Madam, Raymond M. Cummings, was apprehended by the Police,
I am a Dominican who from Trinidad a n d Mr.
has lived long years away Stanton E. Parris, fsom Bar, Antiguan
from home and family. I bados, were awarded the
came here oi. a visit recently coll ge's certificate in co-
and had a good look at town operation.
and country. Let me state With students from many
that I am gens Roseau like parts of Britain and a num-
you Madam, I was one her of overseas Common,
troublesome boy who pulled wealth countries, the three
your pLits as a child. When received their awards from
I got back, what did I see? the recently appointed High
The chandelier. in my own Commissioner for fangan,
Roman Catholic Catheral yika in London, Mr. C. P.
were gone, and now the Holy Ngaizi, himself a former
Church is lit up like a student at the college.
cinem-. Just as I went to -- ---
Anglicrn Church to have a Heart Stopped For
look, I saw they took out the .
old hanging lamps with Three Hours


- --w-& --r- .. ..
bulbs and put in Neon lights
with big black ropes. That
is modern but it is not what
we are accustomed to. In
America where I live a
millionaire would pay big
money for those old hanging
lights. What has happened to
them?
' As to the town of Roseau,
I hear it's a man from the
North running Dominica,
and a man born in Ports,
mouth leads the opposition,
no wonder .the poor town


Surgeons at Killingbeck Hospital,
Leeds, England, report another sig-
nificant success in surgery on a dam-
aged heart.
Recently, a 51syearrold Leeds man
was discharged from the hospital only
53 days after he had undergone an
operation in which his heart was
stopped for three hours and "packed
in ice". During the operation, one
diseased heart valve was replaced
with a plastic one, and a second
valve was repaired.
A few days later, he walked out
of the hospital to return to his home
and to resume work again in three
months time.


THE COMPLETE CALYPSO
"Mash de Pen"
by LORD PRESER VUS and OTHERS
Adoministrator say huh
Attorney General say n:'h
Chief Secretary says jes a minute Sub
"Dey ain no legislation
In de chose of preparation"
But C.M. goin to mash you mush you Alien pen.
De Alien like aur 'an
But dey got to uxderstan
C.M. goin to tfce dem to sign under dey ban
"We won mek no publication
Putting mepwis on de nation"
Yes, C.M. goin to mish you Alien pen,
Is awee mout we u:e
When we want to shout we views
Put de Yankee take a pen and write it in do news.
Dats the justification
Fob de mepwis legislation
Mebbe Guvment doan know how to use a pen.
But when de public say hub
And when de people say nuh
Dat is de day you goin to see thz fyewuk sub
Jes mek you legislation
For de voting registration
An C. M. goin to see who mash up den!
(Two Tunes are running for the Composer's prize. Ed.)

Bed Readers. .


The person who reads in
bed at night hurts himselF
in two ways. A test of
passionate bed reader; in
West Germany demonstrated
that the 'rest curve for the
-anr-t- Jay-4ccascd- corKfcer
ably after ii P.M. In addi,
tion, the average readers who
sinks into a book after IO
PM while comfortably lying
in bed understands only 52
per cent of the ac.ion.
Should he continue to read


after i PM, even an exciting,
and thrilling book-will- not
help him memberbr more
thn 27 per ce.t of -he de,
s' ibed particulars the next
day. After midnight Ahee
-v-erAg --prson whv has
worked a full day is unable
intellectually to absorb more
thac nine per cent of what
he has read. By the next
evening, such readers usually
cannot remember where they
even stopped reading.


Sits On English Town Council


Campbell Benjamin, a 48-year-old West Indian tailor, is-seen electioneering in
the Lancashire town of Bolton shortly before he was elected to the Bolton Town
Council. He is a native of Antigua and fought his campaign for a seat under
two banners, welfare of children and health.-BIS


SATURDAY, JULY I1, 1964








PAGE EIGHT


Britain And The Communist World
(Continued from pae 5)
mischief. In support of this policy there was inaugurated
the Co lombo Plan, Which, with the operations of the
agencies of United Nations and the generous help given by
the United States, was designed to raise the standard ot life
among what were called the underprivileged peoples and
thus to remove the political and economic conditions which
enabled the Communists to pose as the brioners of politi-
cal freedom and prosperity to the "Victims of Western
imperialism".
The Conservative Governments which succeeded the
I abour Government, in the main, continued i!s foreign
r clicy. In Cyprus, Malta, Malaya and Africa the exten-
sion of self-government has continued, while N. A. T. 0.
has continued to offer a defensive screen to the free peoples.
Tv.o events have largely transformed the situation, the
death of Stalin and the succession, after an interval, of
Khrushchev; and the emergence of Communist China as
a rival to Russia for leadership of the Communist world.
For a time relations improved, the outstanding event
being the Austrian Treaty, but the bloody suppression of
the revolt in Hungary and similar movements elsewhere,
particularly in Eastern Germany, to throw off the Comrn
munist yoke, caused a setback. How far Russian influence
and assistance td rising Arab nationalism was due to larger
aims may be questioned. It may have been due to no
more than a general desire t 'cause trouble to Britain.
Nasser seemed to pursue on hiL own initiative a policy of
andtiimperialism and Arab nationalism. British influence
ir the Middle East has suffered and the controversial Suez
adventure did nothing to restore it. (To bc.concluded).


Caribbean Friends Club
teacher of Cite dc Briand, ; and Mr.
-Origins, Aims And HistOry Ren& Yves Clement agriculturall
In view of the', false impression and contains names from the ranks
created by Dominican politicians of art, society:and scholastics.Mr.
about the above club, we aT Lucette declares that the C.F.C. is
authorized by Professor Pierre a very lively, active association,
Lucetre to publish the following which the Editor ofthe Herald (who
stat:ment, has been its guest during president
On i2th April, 1963, a general de Gaulle's visit confirms. Other
meeting convened for the purpose persons from this island who have
elected a committee and approved enjoyed C.F.C. hospitality and
the statutes of the club; a week helpful kindness are: Miss J.
later an official declaration was Sorhaindo, two Canadian volun-
made at the Prefecture (Administra- teers from this island (nurse and
tcr'e office) in Fort de France, and teacher), Mr. James Paul, che Carib
the club's statutes were laid for Chief and his uncle and Mr.
examination. The Prefecture accept- Augustus Royer. Distingutshed visit-
ed the club as a valid organisation,. ors to the club from Trinidad in-
In the official gazette of the French eluded Professor MacShine of
Republic (on May 23), the declara- Queen's College, two other Catho-
tion of aims of the club 'weie pub- lic teachers, and Miss Netto of the
lished, and on the following 4th of Bishop's High School.
July the official bulletin of the pre- Thirty-five lectures (some with
ference published the act confirming coloured slides), fifteen of which
the club's registration, were on Dominica and Trinidad,
What is the Caribbean Friends were given to club members, friends
Club? In article 2, you will learn and students free of charge; two
that it is an association whose purt tours were organised last 'year for
pose is to develop a beticr knowledge of scholars and two more will take
the West Indies islands, not just in place this summer, while parties of
Martinique but in other islands too. incoming students are expected.
How? By augmenting friendly and Professor Lucette adds in his notes
cultural relations between Martinique that the Chief Minister of Domin-
and the neighboring territories, ica can expect the same warm wel-
excluding all activities to do with come as any other citizen of his
politics and religious controversy. land and is both invited and en-
Secretary of the .C.F.C. is Miss courage to visit the C.F.C. with,
Lisette lordier, government secretary, out fear or favour.


Catholic and non-political. Treas-
urer is Miss H..Jordier, hospital
nurse; and. President, as is well CLEA
known, is Professor Lucette, musi-
cian an-d teacher, .Other committee Household G
members are Miss Clementine Including e
Gallion, a high civil servant at the and electric
Prefecture', Mr. Fiaat (employed at Inqdire i
Govt. statistical office) Mr. S. Centre betw
Suffrin, enginser mechanic at the only.
General Hospital, Mr. Marc Tareau, July 4-- 8I


DRANCE SALE
oods and Appliances
leotric' Hammond Organ
Sewing Machine
at Christian Literature
ween 8 a. m. & 4 p. m.


DOMINICA


HERALD `0.L',ODAY, JULY it, 1964


Byv ;leo


-' .' . .



Australian Jack Brabham, driving his Brabham-Climax, raced
to a narrow win in the Formula I International Trophy race at
Britain's Silverstone race track recently.
Brabman, with wins in two major British racing events at
Aintree and Silverstone, opens the challenge for the world
championship as favourite. -BIS.


Britain's New Severn Bridge
.


Suspended 400 feet above the River Severn in southwest England,
a workman at work on the suspender cables for the.new Severn
Bridge, which crosses the river between Aust and Beachley. When
completed in 1966 the bridge will be the second :largest ir, Europe,
with a main span of 3,24.0 feet. -BIS.









SYDOMINICA HERALD PAGE NINE


D. G. S. Old Boys Answers To Last University Of
Meeting Week's Quiz West Indies


On Saturday, June 27,
D. G. S. Old Boys met for
election of new members,
heard a report of the past
year's activities and made
some plans for the future.
Mr. J. Bull' was elected
the new President of the
Association with Mr. K. H.
C. Alleyne, QC., as Ist
Vice-President, M r. R.
Clark, 2nd Vice President,
M-. S. P. Richards, Secre,
tary and Mr. L. Err.anuel
as Treasurer.
Out-going President Mr.
K. H. C. Alleyne QC.,
in his address, reviewed
things done during the past
year. Aqterwards, the house
discussed plans for a D.G.S.
Community Week n e x t
term.
We understand no con,-
troversial matters were dis,
cussed,

Oil-Drilling
Disaster

A Louisiana shallow
pocket of gas puffed into a
giants blow torch touching
ottthe worst dis.ister in th;,
History of the U. S, offshore
oil drilling on Tuesday and
leaving 20 men feared d:ad.
A terrific predawn fire and
explosion collapsed a six
million-dollar floating riget
sending it 18o feet to the
bottom of the Gulf of Mexico.
Two bodies were recovered
after an intensive search.
Those not found are proba,,
bly still aboard the rig at the
bottom. 43 persons were
aboard the iig and another
two on the vessel alongside
when the explosion occurred.
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Yard". It is the headquarters of post of Lecturer or Assistant Lect,-
London's Metropolitan Police urer in Biochemistry Department.
Force Salary scales: Assistant Lecturer
A brown, harsh-voiced bird, 1,200 x 50 s,35o; Lecturer
found in most temperate parts 1,450 x 60 r1,810 x 80 -
of the world. It migrates to 2,290 per annum. Child allow.'
warmer climates in the winter, ance (limited 'o three children) 1t5so
At present Rav.alpindi, but next for first child; toa for second
year it will be Islamabad. child, 50 for third child. F.S.S.U.
In I8o5. Housing allowance of 1o% of
A Greek mathematician who salary. Up to five full passages on
taught in Alexandria about appointment on normal termination
2,000 yeats ago. He has ofien and on study leave (once every three
been called the founder of the years).
literature cf mathematics, espec, Detailed applications (six copies)
ially geometry. giving full particulars of qualifica-
-- tions and experience, date of birth,
- ~ and the names of three referees
cciqation For Mil- should b: se..n by August 3 1964
by persons living in the Americas
n African Children and the Caribbean area to the
Registrar, University of the West
another million African children Indies, Kingston 7, Jamaica, W.,
ix countries will be inoculated and by all oler persons tothe
nst measles this year with help Secretary, Inter-University Council
the United States for Higher Education Overseas ? 3
he US. Government will Bedford Place, London, W.C.I.
he U.S. Government will sup. Further particulars may be obtained
the vaccine, worth $1.4 million iiarl
the private American pharma, similarly.
ical firm of Merck, Sharpe and J-"-y i-
ime will provide $25,ooo to pay
technicians to carry out the means, University Of The
inoculation program in Mauriti,- ye Irlst
Mali, Guinea, Ivory Coast, West Indies
omey and Niger beginning A li ns are invited
t N.Navember r. *- (USIS) invited
.... _ for two posts of Lecturer or
Assistant Lecturer in English,
nann dOetr_ __Mona, _For otie post ability_
to teach in ihe fields of Anglo,
lives Saxon and Middle English,
will be an, advantage. For
- In the words of Mr. Duncan the other some knowledge of
lys, Commonwealth Secretary of the Classics and the Classical
:, "the Agreement... should t around i C a
revised so as to enable the !14aldive Background w i 11 be an
ids to become a fully independ- advantage.
sovereign state." Detailed nego, Salary scales: Assistant
ons are now proceeding. Lecturer 1,200 x 50 -
he Maldive Iands are about 1,350; Lecturer 1,420 x
miles to the Southwest of Ceylon60 I Io x o -2,290
ie Indian Oceav. 60 D i,81o x 80 o- 2,290


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Havsehold Goods and Appliances
Including electric Hammond Organ
and electric Sewing Machine
Inquire at Christian Literature
Centre betweeii 8 a. mi. & 4 p. m.
only.
July 4 -- 8


per annum. C hi 11
allowance (limited to thr
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oo100 for second child, s
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copies) (giving full particular
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by persons living in th
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area to che Registrar Univet
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and by all other persons t
the Secretary, Irter-Urniversi,
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Place, London, W. C.
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July I



Ministers Visit


The Honourable Chief Minist
Mr. E.O. LeBlanc, accompanied
the Honourable Minister for Corn
unications and Works, Mr. L.
Didier, and their Principal Secret
ies as well as a few Officials of
Public Work' Department techni
staff inspected ',he Bagatelle Pe
Savanne Road on the 29th Ju
where work has been in progress.
CIS,


d Veterinary Expert
d, For Caribbean
0 Tour
o Under British Council sponsor-
e, ship, a senior British veterinary
n authority, Professor William Wei-
ty pers, will visit Trinidad and Tobago,
and the Eastern Caribbean from
o ni d-July until rhe',nd of August.
t1 He will discuss a wide range of vet-
a/ erinary problems with local govern-
re ment agriculture officials and give
). several lectures to different veterinary
associations throughout the area,
adjusting his talks to local reprive-
rs ments. Details of Professor Weiper's
e: tour are: Trinidad and Tobago,
le art -- 26th July; 3arbados, 2Ist
d -- 23rd August; St, Lucia, 23rd -
25th August; Domin-ca, 25th -
4 27th August;.r ntigua, 27th --29th
le August,
n _"- .

s, British Council.
t Introduction Courses

Ly For Students in Britain,
a, 1964
rd
I. The British Council has arranged'
5e residential introduction courses for
students in Britain who arrive 'be-
tween August and Septeo6ber foi the
196+465 academic'year. T-he courses
will be run on the same' lines aisin
previous' years, and only a small ,ad-
ditional fee of fifteen shillings will be
met by students who attend.
,Snrdetxrnwishin6 rn"t o ,,.Ac d..-Jd
register theirnames with the-B4tish
Council Representative in Trinidad
ter, or they may send their names through
by the,Education Officer to the Students
m- Branch of the Department of" Tech,
C. nical Cooperation, indiciting which
ar' course they intend to follow.' The
the courses will ba held. int London,
cal Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge,
tite- Exeter, .Hull, Leeds, Li-verpcol,
ne, Newcastle, Oxford, Sheffield, Not,
- tingham, Southampton, Scotland,
Wales. -GIS.


Past And Present P.Ms At Nehru Meetinn


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Brita'n's Prinme Minister, Sir Alec Douglas the late Mr. Nehru at the memorial meeting held in London's Royal Albert
Hall u.der the chairmanship of Prof. Jivraj Mehta (right), High Commissioner
for India. Left, Mr. Harold Macmillan.-BIS


SATURDAY, JULY ii; 1964







PAGE TEN DOMINIC.A HERALi E .TURDAY, JULY 11, 1964


The Duke Of
Windsor
Let him Come Home -
Says Famous Writer
In the Sunday Times
(Britain) weekly review of
June 26, J-a mes Pope'
Hennessy, R. V. 0., famous
author of a biograp'iy of
Queen Mary and of the con,
troversial books "B..ths of
Absalomn" and "West Indian
Summer" among oth:r dis.
inguished works, sets down
a brilliant and heartfelt olea
that the Duke of Windsor,
as a 70th birthday present,
should be invited to return
to his homeland with the
American woman for whom
he gave up his throne during
the dramatic renunciation
days of 1936.
Mr. PopeH e n n e ss y
argues and certainly con,-
vinces this writer that as
the Duchess of Windsor is no
longer "a woman with two
husbands living, as the
Duke's mother Queen Mary
used to call her, (both .those
husbands now being dead),
after twerityeight yeats of
exile the devoted couple
should be forgiven and
accepted, welcomed back to
England, given a 'grace and
favour' residence, and asked
to play a part in public life.
' -.,. ; . ,


"In a society," says Mr.
Pope/Hennessy (a Roman
Catholic) "i which divorce
is for better or for worse
- no longer considered as
reprehensible, is it n.xt hypo-
critical to maintain in this
one case ancient prejudices
which were fast dying even
before the second world
ware . The British have
always prided themselves on
their generosity and t&eir
sense of justice and fair play.
Could not this now be
nation ally demonstrated?"
PopeHeinessy's plea is
really diroczed to Her youth,
ful Majesty Queeii E!izabeth
II of Englanc. He boldly
says that since Prince Michael
of Kent "had .n Americ-in
godfather, is it not more than
high time that the Queen
recognized and received her
American Aunt?" un-derlin-
ing its probable good effect
on Anglo-American t i e s.
And he reminds us that the
Queen's father, King George
VI, during the sad dinner
which preceded his brother's
departure in t h e destroyer
Fury, wrote in a, memorap-
dum: "and this is the man we
are now likely to lose. . sc
wonderfully had the Duke
talked during that goodbye
feast of the uinemloyed, and
o:her national problems.
Whatever onA's view of


his character and of the dec' Britain To Give Eric Wi
ion taken by the ex-King
who ruled for less than a Birth Control Aid Tired
year, we agree that it is only Britain is ready to supply Landing
right to give him the ch-nce birth control aid to any lant Sud
to end his lifespan in p'act country requesting it to help Ministers' C
among his forefathers' people. Keep the world from being Mdon, Trini
He has no hei-s to challenge submerged by it; own ferti'i, dor ill
the young princeling.His mir/ t', a government spokesman ,." c
riage has lasted, and the very 3aid in parliament lost week ".ety tind
people who admire "Anth to say at p
ony and Cleopatra" as a great UNDERSIAND THE
epic drama or "Tristan and BIBLE
Isolde" and Queen Guine, British
vere's love for Lancelot are The Bible reveals the won-
among those who s:ill con, derful purpose of God for Ten thorn
demn him, not realising that mankind! been forced
this was a great modern love If you wih to understand homes, and
story, no mo.e sordid than the Bible's massage, we invite been destroy
ancient legend, infinitely tra, you apply to: Ro0m 18, 40, the recent r
gic and now entirely par Evelyn Road, Mo r d o w n, in British C
donable. -- P. S. A. Bournemouth, England. We News. It
shall be glad t6 send a freeI reparation
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Guiana
s,.nd people have
i to leave their
1,000 homes have
yed by fire during
racial disturbances
Iuiana, said BBC
is estimated that
costs will total
ion dollars.


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SAIURDAkY. JULY II. 1964


British Council
Introduction
School


M
Cm

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university tmis weeK.
Last week the Princess
Royal, Chancellor of th-
University, conferred the
awards at a formal ceremony.
The West Indian recipients
were Ramsumair Singh of
Union, Claxton Bay, Trini,
dad wh. received the degre:
of B. Sc. in electrical
engineering, Tony Gibbs of
St. George's, Grenada, who
received a postgraduate diplo,
ma in concrete technology,
and Miss Gale Ann Pollen,
dine of Charnor, Shelly Bay,
Bermuda.-BIS
Banana Shipment


Roseau
Portsmouth
Coast

Exports Jan. ist to 25th June, 1964
Total exports to 2nd July, 1964
Total exports to 2nd July, 1963
Decrease 1964 compared with 1963


West Indian Laws
Lecturer in Law, Keith
Patrick of Sheffield Univer,
sity i s a t present doing
research on the laws of the
West Indies which may be
valuable to the Univers'ty of
the West Indies when a
faculty of law is established
at U. W. I., it was stated in
a B. B. C. interview recently.
* FOLLOW THE STAR*
of 2nd July, 1964:
STEMS TONS
33,628 389
38,828 483
2,620 29
75,076 901
1,122,807 12,502
1,197,883 13,403
1,427,863 18,113
229,980 4,71O


Our London
Correspondent
MR. GRAHAM NOR,
TON,. a lecturer at


Woolwich Polytechnic and For Students In Britain ant
a distinguished young jotur 1964 Ed
nalist, will visit Dominica The ."ritish Council is ananging ate
from July 20-25 and again FourD,,y Introduction Courses for ter
from August 7-o10. He is students arriving in Britain in po
S August, September and Cctober, po
at present in the United 1964, These residential courses, are be
States and expects to inter- intended to help students to adapt bep
view the presidential candi, themselves to their new surtound- Th
dates there. ings and studies in Aritain. They a y
As readers will remember, will be held in London in the
following places:-
Mr. Norton is a regular Chester House Pages La..e, C(
columnist of the DOMINICA Muswell Hill, N. 0o.
HERALD under the heading Lee Abbey Internation Students
of 'London Let'r'. He Club,29 Coilingham Road, S.W. bus
was educated at Stamford 5. lings College Hall, Chamin ren
SpionHilh, Camberwvell, S.E.5
University, California, and The first course begins on August not
the London School of zznd and the last one in October larl
Economics. Recently his 3rd. The syllabus will include talks 48
article on the assassination at and discussions on the practical top
Sarajevo which led to World aspects of living ia Britain, social MFor
ar I was featured in the conventions and College life, to,- or
War I was featured in the gether with film shows, visits to COO
Times coloured supplement places of historical and cultural Chu
on June 28, and is described interest, and shopping tours for -
as "a masterpiece." essential clothing. Tr
Mr. Norton belongs to the The only expenses to be borne by
Bow Grcup of the British students wid be the cost of accom, A
Bow Grcodation and board at normal
Conservative Party, who are transit accommodation rates of r1 S
sometimes described as being per day, besides such personal ex, cha
"m 0or e advanced than penses amounting to about Oc/- as dad
Labour." He is particularly bus fares and entrance fess cn visits, whi
interested in broadcasting Any student from Dominica holi
interested in roadcastig who wishes to take ne of these Mic
and television. introduction courses in 1904 i.e. his3
this year, should apply for an en- fire
W. L Sdets raiment o ___o
quA y at L eedshe Representavcl,
QU lty'at LhS British Council,
-University P.O.Box 68
University Port-ofSpain,
Se fro TRINIDAD. W I.
Three students from the The sentiment form should be
West Indies -re among the completed and returned to the Bri-
liS from 35 countries who tish Council Representative with a
have been awr rded degrees registration fee of io/-. "his amount
and diplomas h Leedy will be deducted from the cost of
Sp Leed accommodation.


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Irs. Edwards
continues
The Ministry of Comn-
urications and W works
ounces that Mrs. Olivia
[ward's concession to oper,
a BarRestaurant in the
minal building of the Air,
rt at Melville Hall has
en renewed for another year
ginning ist June, 1964.
is concession is granted on
yearly basis.

contractor's Services
When you want to build, be it a
siness place, a dwelling house or
ovation in or out of town you
ed a Builder Contractor. Why
contact D. J. B. Bruney (popu-
ly known as Brother Bruns),
Steber Street, Pottersville for
quality workmanship.
berate Prices.
reference contact Dominica
operative Bank or Mr. Ted Honey-
rch,
Signed D. J. B. BRUNEY.
rinidad Police
appeal
seven of the ten policemen
rged with arms offences in Trini-
have elected to arpeal. Mea'-
i t a Port-ofiSpain businessman
idaying in the Lebanon (Nvtr.
had Elias) faces a warrant for
arrest, on a charge of forging a
rm application form


GIVE YOUR HAIR THAT

SHINING SUNSHINE LOOK !

. F -- '-,,,,'


DO.INICA HERALD


PAGE ELLV, N


Government of Dominica Scholarships
Th- Government of Dominica invite applications for
the award of six scholarships ip the fields mentioned below,
to persons born or resident in the territory and having the
necessary academic qualifications for entry into the faculties
of their choice.
2. In all cases, before making formal applicants are
requested to consult with the Education Officer in order to
ensure that they satisfy the academic requirements referred
to above.
3. The scholarships concerned are awarded for -
(a) graduate studies in the following fields:-
Natural Science, including Mathematics
Natural Science, including Physic-
Arts, including Spanish and French; and
(b) studies leading to professional qualifications in:-
Education (post graduate)
Land Surveying (Intermediate)
4. The first four scholarships mentioned are tenablec
at the University of the West Indies, and the last at the
'Departmental Survey School, Trinidad.
5- Candidates wishing to be considered for the
above awards should, after satisfying the Education Officer
of their eligibility, apply to the Ministry of Finance: or the
necessary forms which they should. complete, and return to
the Chief Secretary, Administrator's Office, Roseau, Dom-
inica, rot later than i 5th July ......
*6. As these awards are subject .finally to hie approva
of the Secretary of State for the Colonies, sstecessful appli,
cans will bw notified acc-rdingly wheni sukh,. approval is
received. .. *.
G.O.-July ii








PAGE TWELVE DOMINICr. HERALD S .TURDAY, JULY 1i, X964
f .......,m wm,.ear


punches, but. Patterscn stood up
well and was altogether mutic'i faster
than his rpponert.
Patterson wants Cday or a re-
match with, Liston, while Machen
is almost certain to tackle Henry


AUSTRALIA defeated England -ooper ot England.
by 7 wickets in the third Test Local Sportlight
match at Leeds and so confoundedr
many cricketers who keep harping NETBALL
that this is probably the weakest Aus- The first trial in the series of
tralian ride to to, r England in a long three, to select the team to -epresent
time. On w-t conditions England ca at the forthcoming ntball
is strongerr but whenever the sun shines tournament in T-dad scheduled o
.t-Australia will always give them the begin in early August, took place
fight ofthe lives.begin in early ugus took place
fight of thetr live. on Wednesday. In a lack-lustre
ThebattinoftheEglishmenlacgame th girls showed unconvin-,
so match enterprise that it isn't sur- cing form and although Didier,
uprising that .n s5 ests against the Dixon and Ha-ri< shot well they
West Indies and 3 so far against were all below their best. It is
Australia only one batsman has scored h3ped that the girls will get accu-
a century. Dexter has the most posi tomed to each other rather quickly
tive approach but so much rests on ad o ec other standard of
he proba y tries too hard and so improve their standard of
him thatheprobaly ties oo hard y. The second trial took piace
single-handedly. The new!y found rdaye and the astwi
combination cf Boycott and Edrich yesterday (Friday) and the last will
to open d ibc innings should prove kwill be selected eitheron Monday. The team
fruitful for England if their selectors will be selected either Monday night
stop this shifting aro,.nd ard give or Tuesday.
these players a chance to settle down. Northern District
Barrington is finding his run-get,-
tingform and Parfitt has the mood Netball
but the England batsmen must learn
to play longer innings. C'Neil, Burge The Nightingale Netball
and Simipsbn are in form for Austra- t e a m of he Portsmoutn
':liatand there is splendid team-work o th Prsmu
anain effect the Australians. despite Government School coin-
apparent weakness are always a tough pletely outclassed the Cali,
.unit. .. bishie,. School team at an
In..the bowling department, True' excitiijg game at Portsmouth
mannolongcr possess mach threat to Tuesdsy, July 7.
the' batsmen uiless the wicket is do- ThI m ac w.i c bea
ing something unusual, but Dexterh which began
has implicit faith in,him. A steady at 2.00 p. m. showed Ernie
anid regualifpfiTr to snare ftropecn -Jonesi-the Nightingale's Goal
ing attack with him is still in the Shoot, in top from.
finding., Coldwell a n d ;Flavell The Nightingales repeated,
have been tried unsuccessfully andly brke through the weak
possibly Cartwright of Warwick, ly brke through the weak
shire, underwood ufKent or Price defence of the Calibishie
of Middlesex are better 'bets. Titmus team, and by the close of the
and Gifford are bowling pretty play had amassed the mam-,
steadily and well. The Aussies are moth total of 64 g 9 oal s.
no great lovers, of off-spin and it
wouldn't surprise anyone if Allen is nie Jons scored 6 and
brought back before the series end. Roberta Edwa"ds 8.
Of the Australian bowlers, Calibishi, w h o threw
McKenzie, Hawke and Coriing away many easy chances,
take turns at doing something good succeeded in converting 12
wbie Veivets is always reasonably times. Valentine Airall shot
economical though not penetrative me Valentine Airalso
with his off-spin. Simpson has yet 8, and Josephine Joseph 4.
to do much as a bowler, but his On the same afternoon,
slip-catching is absolutely superb, after about a half-hour's rest,
The Aussies will o intothe the Nightingales took on a
fot:rth test full of confidence, having strong and confident Vieille
beaten the M.C.C. at Lords and Viille
England at Leeds and the latter Case side. The Vieille
without the help of their most puni- Case girls played with sur,
tive batsman, Norman ONeil prising speed and skill and
England can always spring sur- had converted twice before
prises, especially in England, and if t h e Nihtingales realized
the opening pair ever really get go- gaes rel
ing, a hard hitting Dexter can turn what was happening. Then
the tide England's way, and with the ding-dong began. By
many runs with which to play, the end of the third ,quarter
Trueman, Titmus and Gfford or the score stood at 28-26 in
Allen can do the trick. f a, ,- ,r f he ; l, .il,


BOXING
Floyd Patterson's points victory
over Eddie Machen in Stockholm,
Sweden represents a significant
come-back by the ex-champion who
many feel was written off too quick-
ly as a- top contender, for Clay's
title. Patterson six in the ratings,
defeated the No 2 contender.
Machen very convincingly and had
the latter hanging on for dear life at
the bell in the last round. Machen
showed fair form with good body


SPOTLIGHT
INTERNATIONAL SPORTS
CRICKET


Emergency Night Goodbye, -Sharon
Gall By U. S. ON Thursday evening gth July
Warshp othe premises of M-, & l
Warship I Hoath, A fair crowd was gaily en


Bellot To
Martinique
At the very kind invitation
of ProCessor Pi-rre Lucette,
President cf the Caribbean
Friends Club of Martini-
que, Mr. Peter Bellot (who
is at present sub-editing the
DOMINICA HERALD, W a S
hobsen to represent Dominica
in a series of debates and talks.
These activities will be per,
formed at different Martinque
youth clubs and will continue
from the 11-21 of July.
The debate will include
topics such as Youth's pisi,
tion in the world, Delin-
quency and the meaning of
culture. Pecer b haF been
asked to prepare a half hour
lecture o:, "life in Dominici."


Field Day In The


, at
Mrs.
nter-


gained in a ftriwell party hela in
honour of Miss Sharon Hoath,
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Hoath.
She left the island yesterday for the
U.S. to further her education. She
was a ircmer student of W. H. S.
The HERALD wishes her every
success in her scholastc career.


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-- ---- man------ "We believe all men are entitled '.* .
East to the blUssings of liberty. Yet mil- & CO. LTD.
lions are being deprived of these bles- Tel. 360
On Thursday the Acting sings -- not because of their own
Agricultural Superintendent failures, but because of the color of ATTENTION
Mr. Stanley 0. Pringle and their skin.
his staff produced a field day The reasons are deeply imbedded
t rosie an L in hP. history anid tradition and thena-For Oph'olstry -n. a
at Rosalie and La Paine. re ofman. We can. We can understand pnO1ry RVS
After visiting banana cu without rancor or hatred how to your Cars, Chairs,
tivations at Rosalie, the farm, this happened.
ers proceeded to the La But it cannot continue. Cushion"0 Seats etc.
PlaineCentre, stopping on ur Constitution the founda-
the way at iviere Mahaut The principles f ur freedm RTN S S AMPS
for an interesting discussion forbid it. MA
on,soil conservation. At the Morality forbids it. 32 Great George Street,
centre the planters were able And the law I will sign tonight Roseau.
to see at first hand the result forbids opposite Charles Self-ervice
of proper care of pangola oppositeCharles'Se Serve
t..rttca. .ri s b .' a n a n a, Roseau,


pAJ.ET5.VU. *.I.US V a H a n v
spacing as well as how to
plant out citrus plants.
The theme of this field
day implied: "In agri,
culture,plan for future genera-
tions, not just for to-day."


Two Top Scholars
Dominican students Gerald Grell
and Eugene Didier were placed first
and second in the pathology section
of medical studies at U.W.I. Mr.
Grell will recieve a special prize. Mr
Didier is a son of Mr. L. C. Didier
Minister of Communication and
Works: he has already arrived on


vacation.


tactful
-.i -


...U... .L -Me iin.ingasL-. Goal at
During the fourth quarter Royer,
the Portsmouth Girls applied Frederic
pressure, scored 14 more Trancil
quick goals, and gained vic,


captain Phyllis Royer,
attack, as well as Hertir
centre, and Francilla
ck, Goal Shoot.
ilia scored 22 goals.
CInTRfl l


tory 42-31. rUU RMM LL
. Again Ernie Jones was Footballers please note that it is not
outstanding, scoring 37 times. too early to begin training for the sea-
Roberta Edwards found the son which will commence earlier than
ring 4 times. usual. The standard of football in
ring 4 imesthe island is lamentably low and per,
Outstanding players on fiction can only come by constant
the Vieille Case side were and meaningful practice.


Indian Teacher
Training Offer
A Commonwealth scholarship
offer by the Government of India of
So teacher training bursaries for
study in India during x964 65
was announced in a Dominica
Government release dated July 7.
Closing date for application is to-
day, S-iturday July ir. Terms and
conditions are obtainable for this
last-minute offer from the Education
Officer, to whom applications
should be directed not later than
today.


July I I

FOR SALE

ONE SINGER SEWING
(Foot) MACHiNE
Apply:
St. Alphonsus
Credit Union Ltd.,
.Steber Street,
Pottersville.
July i.--18


NOTICE

Bar-Restaurant, Melville Hall Airport

Operation Of
W ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 128 of
3Ist May, 1962, it is notified, for general infor,
nation that the concession granted to Mrs. Olivia Edwards
for the operation of a Bar,Restaurant in the Terminal Build,
ing at the Melville Hall Airport has been extended for a
period of one (i) year with effect from. 'st June, 1964.
Ministry of Communications and Works,
DOMINICA.
7th July, x964.
GO. 75 July 11


PRINTED AND PUBLrHEBD BY J.MARGARTSON CHARLES, THE HERALD'S PRINTERY, 31 NEW STREET, ROSEAU. DOMINICA, SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1964


A U. S. Warship the
Robert B. Conrad visited
Dominica briefly last Surday
n'ght and deposited crew
member Thomas McNellis
who was suffering from acute
appendicitis. McNtliis was
transported to the P. M.
Hospital aided by the local.
Red Crops, and wis operated
upon by surgeon Mr. Des-,
mond Maciatyre, He made
a good recovery and leaves
hospital this week-end.
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U. S. President On
Civil Rights
Quote From Johnson's
Address