Dominica herald
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 Material Information
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: August 22, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Welfare o- the People of Dominim. the further cdrancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole)

Mental Health Association
Welcomes Doctor And Wife
THE Committee of the Dominica Mental Health Asso,
citation met on Thursd&y undr the Chairmanship of
Archdeacon Lane at the Imray School to welcome Dr.
Robert Steinmuller and his charming wife, Lillian. Dr.
Steinmuller came to Dominica at the instigation of Drs.
Bertram Schaffner and Ed. Horaick of the Caribbean Mental
Health Association. He has been training as a psychiatrist
at the Bronx Municipal Hospital under Dr. Hornick and,
following the latter's example, plunged into work the
moment he arrive .
Dr. Steinmuller had many suggestions to make to the
Committee. A iull report will be given next week.
Research on Caribs A Lively Evening
Doctors La-rouy Georges Insurance Executives are
and Le Gounidec George among the best party-givers
of the Pasteur Institute of in the world, and this was
Martinique, the counterpart certainty no fallacy on the
of the National Centre of
of the a al Cenre evening of August 17, when
Scientific Research of France, Mr. Gearge Derrick bad a
--:vd here on August 18 cocktail reception fr Mr.
,, scck tal reception for ir
t csts on the Caziy E x e c ut i v e
ss on the Cazibs o Dim Director of the British-
mica as part of a study of American Insurance Comn
blood groups of Indian pany, n w stationed in Nas,
Tribes including the Carib sau, aid Mr. Norbert Bois,
Indian. The French doctors manager.
s tn ,. siere, new area manager.
spent three days in Salybia. The enjoyable evening was
They have so far carried out attended by most Dominican
surveys in Cayenne a nd business notables.
Venezuela. The team had _-
been in touch with the New U.S.Satellite
Medical Department by cor/ Sights "Cleo"
respondence for some time,
:ind were met on arrival by A U. S. weather satel,
Dr. Dorian Shillingford, lite "'Nmbus A", was
Medical Officer of H:alth, launched -n or about
who accompanied them to August 14. This sarelliteis
the Carib Reserve.-GIS improved over previous
weather satellites.
Appeal For Paint Hurricane Warnings
The Mental Health Committee As we go to press, it is reported
appealsto merchants and paint- through W.I.B.S. that Tropical
dealers to GIVE paint and brushes storm CLEO is approaching Barbados
to the Mental Hospital so that and the Windward Islands and trat
patients may occupy themselves these islands can expect strong winds
with the excellent therapy of by noon today .
decorating the hospital inside and Persons are advised to listen for
out. Those willing to assist are weather reports and take the appro-
asked to ring the Chi3f Male Nurse private Hurricane precautions.
at the Mental Hospital to ascertain
quantities and colours etc. required. French Club Of
All donations of mate ials will be MntS a
acknowledged in the HERALD. Montserrat
Mental Health Week, will start LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
this year on October 8i. held its fourth monthly.meet,
SAing last Tuesday evening. At the
Road Accidoent end of the meeting a few words of
appreciation and thanks w e r e ad,
Popon Nicholas was knocked dressed to His Lordship Bishop
down by a car driven by Carlyle Demets who leaves before the next
(Babsy) Green, on Wednesday last monthly meeting. He goes to Rome
below the Prison Farm on the way to attend the Third Session of the
from her garden. She was taken to Vatican Council. from Montserrat
P.M. in a critical condition. Mirror.

Mobile Library Rupert Lance U.W.. Declines
Service For Returns 'Politely
8AIn 1iig

The Stc-e'ary of State for
the Colonies has approved a
Colonial Development and
Welfare Grant of the sum of
2,167 (about $7o,400) to
provide a Mobile Library
Service for Dominica.
The Mobile Library Ser/
vice will enable the Public
Library in Roseau to solve
onie of Ls main problems viz
.to m.ke its facilities more
readily available to the people
in the country districts espe,
cially the school children
and young people.
The demrard for this ser-
vice by parents and children
aT-Ke itrom tnfiue`"Bu distric:s
was greatly stimulated by the
last Library-s p on s o r e d
Children's Book Week held
in Roseau in November,1963.
The Service is intended to
begin in January, 1965. GIS
Subscribers to the Country
Water Supply Service are
hereby notified that all arrears
of contributions must be paid
on or before 3Ist August.
Subscribers who fail to
pay the amounts outstand,
ing against them will be dis-
connected from the service.
for Director of Works
G.O. 93, Aug. 22

Polio Vaccination
The Public are hereby informed
that Polio-myelitis Vaccinations
will commence in Roseau on Friday
28th August, at 2.00 p. m, at the
following Centres:
Roseau Health Centre
New Town Infant School
Pottersville Infant School
and at Grand Bay on the same day at
9.00 a. m. at the Grand Bay Health
Only children between the ages of
four months and eighteen months,
who were not vaccinated last year
are requested to attend.
Senior Medical Officer,
G. O. 91, Aug. 22



G.O. 94, Aug. az

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Mr. Rupert Lance, Ofrer Repairs & Maintenance
unde-going seven operations Too Costly
after his severe burns has re, The Universiy of The
turned to Dominica. West Indies is unable to
Rupert said that be enjoy/ accept Mr. Robert Allfrey's
ed his stay in Tamaica, de/ offer of his 200-year-old
spite the many operations he country house and IS acres
had. He is very satisfied of land in the County of
with what was done Sussex, England.
Asked about the treatment The Vice-Cianccllor of
re got Rupert said: "I was the Universir.y, Dr. P. M.
treated very nicely by the staff Sherlock, in a letter dated
of the University hospital. August ro which awaited
The nurses and doctors were. Mr. Allfrey on his return
extremely hospitable to me; from England this w d e k
so much so that I was even said:-: ".:.. though we
taken out by one of .ny very much appreciate-he kind
doc:crs." offer you have made, it .will
Once again Rupert would not be possible for us:to take
1 toxha"-- -- ....- advanmage-of it.- it- woulu
helped him in any way and be difficult for us to find the
made it possible fir him to money for repair and main,
go to the University hospital. tenance, and also for the conr
---- ---- stant supervision that would
New Ge t o be necessary when the house
S eest Boat was not occupied."
M.V. Gecstbay arrived in Domin, Mr. Allfrey said it was a
ica yesterday on her maiden voyage pity U.W.I. could not use
through the islands. The new, fast, the place, but he quite under-
steamlined Geest boat has a stabilizer stood the decision since the
system for smoother travel as well land was as rough as parts of
as new conveniences for passengersDominic and the house
including a swimming pool. Dominic and the house
A reception was held on board would take a lot of fixing
yesterday evening, up.

G. M. Non-Committal
On "Loose" Federation
Asked ifhe were willing to comment on the newt
"Loose Federation" issue, the Chief Minister Hon. E.O.
LeBlan: replied that he would be unable to do so since
the matter was as yet not really in a form that called fcr'
his official consideration. See Page two for Opposition
: Party Leader, Baron's Comments.
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Dominica Grammar School,
Students who have passed the School Leaving Exam,
nation rnd who are not over 15 years of age are invited to
apply for admission to the Grammar School. Those
wishing to be considered must register at the school in per,
son, or by writing to the Headmaster, as soon as possible.
Sgd. R.L. CLARK.

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No "Loose" Federation

THE issue of the Advocate of August 9th 1964 headlines
the fact that Barrow and Compton had agreed or.
Customs Union and Free Trade for the little seven to come
immediately. The Advocate of the i2th quotes Bird as ask,
ing for 'a "loose" Federation' with Customs Union and
Free Trade.

It strikes me that we need States "In the context o!
to examine more carefuly Customs Union, internal
this question of Customs ,Free Trade implies more than
Union and in so doing I merely removal of Customs
wish to draw the attention of duties on goods origiratine
the public of Dominica and within the Federal Arca.
those of the islands of the There is also implied the
"little Seven" to certain facts absence of quotas, export
already clearly stated by some subsides, discriminatory taxes
eminent persons who have and other protective measures
given thought to the question. involving internal trade."
It will not be possible in Earbados which already
a short article to go into all has m a n y industries and
the ramifications but it will Antigua which is establish,
suffice if I give a broad out, in, a few are looking forward
line that will indicate the to increasing their market,
difficulties which are inherent in the first instance to off-load
in the proposals, high cost manufactured arti,
Customs Union will re, cles which, are an inescapable
quire a special Customs Ser, consequence of the small
v:ce and Comptroller em, scale operations they must
bracing all the isl ds involve, necessarily promote; in th<
ed and doing away with all second to maintain their owr
unit controls. How this can labour force in: continuous
be achieved without a Federa, employment; to 'further ex
tion is most difficult, if not pand the scale of their opera.
impossible tions to the point of rmay
rimpossibln w FT-I--meTG ,,_- an genral.
mean a unified tariff. ly to buttress their own pre,
"The West Icdics Federa, carious and artificial econo,
tion is to be a simple politi, mies at the expense of those
cAl entity--and as such can, units who have not been
not tolerate a system in which motivated by the "dog-eat-
several different tariffs will be dog" policies that have in
applied to goods entering the recent years characterized re,
same area from abroad" gioaal development in certain
Dr. Eric Williams in the Eastern Caribbean units.
Economics of Nationhood All these advantages the
and again "A common tariff manufacturing units wish to
is not only an instrument of secure without even a modi,
trade policy. It is also ard cum of countervailing con,
particularly in the case of the siderations, nor without dis/
West Indies, an important posing themselves to meet the
instrument of revenue responsibilities of political co-
policy." o eration in the region. My
Since import duties is the submission therefore is, that
single largest source of local Customs Union established
current revenue, the reduction in the absence of':he Federal
of import duties in srme spirit clearly and firmly cry,
islands which have a high stalised in a constitutional
tariff will greatly reduce the framework must of necessity
budgets of those countries, relegate units like Dominica
Sir William Croft chair, to the status of economic
man of the Trade and Tariffs colonialism in the Eastern
Commission says "Customs Caribbean a most cruel
Union for the Federal Area and demoralisin? prospect.
will create a loss of revenue The fact of the covert
by some Units resulting from manner in which this ob,
the fact that the common jective is sought makes the
tariff will be lower than their form of association mooted
existing tariff." most revolting.
An essential aspect of It is obvious that protec-
Customs Union is Free ton of their locally produced
Trade between the Member articles of manufacture is
Units. paramount in their minds
Dr. Williams in h i s when they talk of the intro-
Economics of Nationhood duction of Customs Union

and Internal Free Trade ing was allocated to this'
immediately with presumably form of Federation but any
a "loose" Federation to Unit refused to make its
follow, financial contribution to the
"The suggestion of a service, would it pct seriously
"loose Federation" takes us ieop.rdise the proper oper--
back to the period of a! hoc ton .of this service. The
common action cn restricted same is true of any other
topics such as in the old Service which would come
Regional Econoric Corn, within the province of. such
mittee P ofeosor Gordon a "loose' Federation.
L-wis commenting on a The question of liberalis-
simila: sugges-ion put 0frward ing fi s c a 1 relationships
by Mr. N. W. Manl:y on between the u',its without a
MR'y 29, -959 to the Jama, proper Federation is fraught
ica House of Representatives wit' danger and suspect
"The difficulties of that Wha: is even worse,
per i o d are well-known. Antigua a s p i re s to self/
Energy and time are wasted
in thrashing cut a common
line in negotiations with none
West-Indian Governients
(read for thbs nonlitle Seve' COLON Y (
Govts). The temptation to TITLE aY R
make separate arrangements REGISTRY OF TITLES
is always a temptation of ir.- Schedule of Applications fo
dividual unit negotiations; thereon and Caveats for the week
and there ib always the d:ffi/ -
culty of inventing machinery. Date of Request Person Pes
in the absence of a political ------
federal machinery-/fr purpose Request dated Joserh Y,
of administrative application 5th Aug., 1964
of arrangmen-s. It is an by his So
Presen teu
essay, in brief, in ingenious 15eh Aug., 1964 Vanya Du
a-gument to assume thac you at 11 5 a.m.
can have economic federation Clement Tavernier, Mrcelin Ta
without political federalism." South-East by land of Heirs of I
To say the least it uld of C cement Tavernier.
make nonsense of the whole "egstH-' Osffice; -.
I."seau, Dominica, Aug 19
idea if the representatives of NOT:-Any person who desires
any unit were free to refuse ficate of i'le on the above app!icat
iheir consent to any trade or office within six weeks from the
their consent to any trade or above Schedule in the DoMINca
other agreement made by Island or from the date when the n
on any owner or occupier of adjoinir
this 'loose' Fe leral body, If caton is m .e pieof adj
for instance Regional Shipp- Aug. 22-29

TRUE TALES Johns Hopkins

student body of over 7,000
Johns Hopkins University
offers a highly varied crni:cu-
lum. In addition to the arts
and sciences, engineering,
business and education, there
are the Medical Division, the
School of Advanced Interna-
tional Studies, the Institute
for Cooperative Research
and a number of others.

versity maintains se veral
branches. The school of
international studies i" located
in W..sh'ngton, D. C. the
U. S. capital. There is a
study branch at the Univer,
sity of Bologna, in Italy.
There are also facilities for
specialized study and research
at the University of Rangoon,
which is in India.

government within the Fede,
ration. We think this status
incompatible with the federal
relationship. T h i s would
only succeed in making con/
fusion doubly confundecd.
If these units want Federal
benefits they mus. accept
Federal obligztio-s.
Our re-ent past Federal
experi nce has shown t'iat for
federalism t- exist and func-
tion effectivelyy it mu't be
tightly,:.nit. We can only
iail again or at best have a
trcubied existence if we
prep?re a 'loose" Federation.

r Certificates of Title and Notings
ending 'he 15th day of Aug., 1964
Nature of request whether
eating for Certifiate or Title or
Notings thereon of Caveat
Request for the issueof a First
ouois Certilcate of Title in respect
ut a portion of land at Scotts
Head known as Ravile Gras
licitor situate in the Parish of St
Mark in the Colony of Dom-
,igny inica, containing 5.30 acres
and bounded as follows:-- On
the North-West by land of
lerni r& Bernard Jerviere, on the
Let t a Tavernier, On tha East by a-'

64 Registrar of Titles
to object to the issuing of a Certi-
ion may enter a Ceveat -n the above
date of the first appearance of the
HERaALD newspaperpublshed in this
notice prescribed by law was last served
ng land in respect of which the appli.


Johns Hopkins endowed the
university and the hospital
little did he realize the far.
reaching effects of his gift.
There have been many other
gifts from other benefactors
to enable the institutions to
expand, but none has been
as important as that of the
founder, whose humanitarian,
ism will never be forgotten.





Shakespeare's 400th Birthday
Festival Receives Ihe Support Of Gwe:
The Dominica Trade Unioni young
An gu;
In appreciation ft the steps taken by Dominica's laundry
Minister of Labour and Social Services the Hon. W. S. withod
hand if,
Stevens and the Festival Com-mittee in launching out Idow.
Shakespeae's 4ooth Year Festival in Dominica in the form owe
it has been presented, the Executive Board of the D. T. U. _
offers the following prizes in caab or in kind:
z) To the Best Essay by (a) a Secondary S&hool Boy (84)
do (b) a Secondary Girl ($4)
On one of the following subjects:
i) "Is it possible that the World will ever again
possess a writer as great as Shakespeare".
ii) "Were Shakespeare permitted to rise from the dead
and Iv e until the Festival was over, imagine
whit would or could happen then."
Those who care to do so may picture him at
Stratford onAvon with a most upic.-date
receiving and broadcasting set.
iii) "Shakespeare and West Indian Fe"eration."
2. To the best poem (of 12-- 24 lines on Shakespeare
or one cf his characters by (a) a boy teenager and
(b) a girl teenager (Open only to teenagers attend-
ing Primary Schools who may choose as an alter,
native to write a letter to a friend telling him or her
about a certain boy or girl whom he or fhe has
seen acting the part of one of Shak< seare's charac,
rir). $3 each.
3. To the best poem (of not more than 14 lines) on
Shakespeare or one of his characters by (a) a boy
teenager ($3);
(b) a girl ($3)
(Open to all teenagers).
4. To the best ess'y by a man or male student partici,
pating in Shakespeare's Festival i niica (S;
Ta woman or female s' tu d e n t likewise ($5)
on one of the following subjects:
i) The most delightful of Shakespear-'s Come-
dies from the writer's own point of view.
ii) The most tragic of Shakespeare's Trgedies
from the writer's own point of view.
iii) Shakespeare's Wit and Humour,
5. To the best essay on Shakespeare's m-st entertaining
character from the Writers's own point of view.
(Open to anyone 16 years or more participating in
Dominica's Festival of Shakespeare).
6. 'To the best two contributions on the affirmative
($12.5o) and the
best two contributions on the negative side
($12.5o) of t h e
"Which was the greater Poet Shakespeare or
Milton:" or alternatively on "Shakespeare's plays
were written by a very learned man whose pen
name was Shakespeare not by :he individual so
well known as William Shakespere."
7. To the best Essay by a Teacher (Seccadary School)and
" (Elementarj ")
on "Shakespeare on the Teacher and Nature
(Prizes to be offered by the Education Department
or the Ministry of Labour and Social Services).

N. B. The dates for the submission of papers as well as
that for the Debate will be arranged by the Com/
The value of the prizes may be augmented or the
number of them increased with contributions
from individuals, business houses or other organisa,
tions subject to the approval of the Committee.
General Secietary
D. T. U.


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Hand Mangled a InMac!
n, a lodged in thi laundry mach/
ig at ine into which she was
Base stuffing cclthes. Her piercir:g
;h life screams caused some one to
r right rtop the machine but not be,
wrist fore a part of Gwenneth's
hand Lad beei mangled.
ecame She was rushed to horpi/




al, bat despite the doctors'
efforts amputation soon be,
:ame neces;arv.
Her forty- ear old mother
vept bitterly when the news
was revealed to her. She
depended on her daughter
cr her sustenance.


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C.S. "Cable Enterprise", latest addition to the feet of Britain's Cable and
Wireless Limited, recently completed her sea trials off the Scottish coast.:
With a top speed in excess of sixteen knots, "Cable Enterprise" is the fastest
maintenance ship in the world.
She is also equipped with a bow propeller which provides lateral thrust and
enables the ship to turn about on its ----- i__Tb ~hJsa- w~ A4rrW -
particularly valuable when picking up cables and buoys
Fully equipped to carry out repairs on all types of deep/sea cables, "Cable
Enterprise" has now joined the Cable and Wireleas fleet the largest communi,
cations fleet in the world. Later this year she will sail for Singapore and assist
in the final stages of laying the Commonwealth cable link.-BIS,

U Thant With Duncan Sandys

U Thant, SecretaryGeneral of the Uuited Nations, with Mr.
Duncan Sandys, British Commonwealth Relations and Colonial
Secretary, when he called recently at the Commonwealth Relations
Office in London.-BIS

High Speed Ship "Cable E


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By Our Film Reporter "CHRIS"
The Loves Of

Berlinda Lee poratrys the
arrogant, enormously/cruel
and profligate woman who
fought desperately to be mar,
ried to CLudius only to be
in a position of being the
ruler of Rome (at that time
the most powerful Empire
in the world). While
Claudius was in Ostia,
Messalina married C a i u s
Silius in a public ceremony.
She made certain thai men
who spurned her lost at
least their property, if not
their lives, a n d shared
with the freedmen Marcissus
and Pallas a large meas,
ure of control over the
Lucius Marcus, being the
only true love of Valeria
Messalina, fights violently to
have her and through her
spells she gets him to do her
bidding. He fights desolate,
ly against unarmed faithful
Christians, burns their village
and leaves them homeless.
Marcelus with theinten-
tion of murdering Valeria is

other victims fall in Messa,
lina's hands and are kille i.
Jedah, friend of Kelsius
and Lucius, murderer of the
latter, poisons himself after
discovering his irrevocable
Lucius giving himself no
second thought entirely dis,
regards Valeria, fighting and
defeating her armies. Messa-
lina was murdered in A.D.
48 (chcrtly afterwards) at the
bequest of either Claudius
or Marcissus.
The film is a Roman pro,
duction 80 minutes long.
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Storing Fish In
A British expert on fish
cold storage arrived i n
Bridgetown, Barbados, last
Tuesday to supervise the
operation of a ccld store -
which should ensure a con,
tinuous supply of frozen fish
for local consumption.
His duties, apart from the
operation of the cold store,
include organising the hand,
ling of fish at all stages from
purchase to sale, training a
local s:aff to prepare fish for
freezers, packaging an d
storage, a n d organising
wholesale and retail selling.

Flying Teachers

Many British teachers now
spend their summer holidays
running refresher courses for
local teach rs in many pav.
of Africa. This year eighty
will direct these courses in
Nigeria, Tanganyika, Kenya,
Malawi and the Seychelles.
These working holidays
were suggested in the report
of a Commission headed by
Sir Eric Ashby on education
in Nigeria in 1960. The
idea quickly caught on in
Britain and teams of "flying
teachers" have gone out each
year since 1961, first to
Nigeri and now to other
parts of Africa.
The courses are tremen,
dously popnilar among those
they are designed to help.
Not only do teachers attend
them. They attract assistant
education officers, school
supervisors, inspectors and

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The Technical Institute, Dar/esSalaam, Tanganyika. Teacher Mrs.
Lilian Munby and class during a his:ry lesson in the geography room.
which means that only the ber of courses they want. Those selected have a week
very best make the journey. The directors then fly out in London cr Edinburgh
The emphasis is on the from Britain usually in during the schools' Easter
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training college staff, I cnglsn language, ut courses teir Jatu nuary o.Lauday iUiI I-ioua Iy d.anu i.. .m j y...m
also include maths, sciences, a week of discussions with about what equipment they
Wide Choice Best Selected arts and crafts, geography, the local education author, will need, what personal pre-
The teachers sentout are social studies and other sub, itis. paraticns tomake and plan
The teacher sent out are s. Recruit teahs in the programmes for t h e
forwardlooking and with B Recruitaig of teacher incourses theywill be taking.
high qualifications. They Directors Of Studies Britain starts in February.
come from the upper strata of They are mainly assistants ii The British teachers agree
the teaching world. The Towards the end of each Seconday schools, headmas, that these journeys into
8o who will be going to year Britain invites the over, ters of primary schools and Africa are as beneficial
Atica this year were selected seas governments t a- o -ay pe o i ancacr, Tnem as-tcy"'E -to t
from nearly 700 applicants exactly what type and num, training colleges. African colleagues. BIS
The 1963 Annual repotfe annul report of the Poli Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notinus
Saribbear Plan c ai o tA e annua report rf te t ereon and Ca-,eaa for the week ending the 15th day of Aug, 1964
Caribbean Plan contains tra-e figures 1 1 , B

which disclose that, in 1962, Puerto
Rico continued to be the largest
trading country in the area, conduct-
ing 36% of the total trade of $5,200
million. The Netherlands Antilles
(27%) Trinidad and Tobago
(13 %) and Jamaica (8 %) were also
considerable traders and, with Puerto
Rice, were responsible for 84% of
total Caribbean trade.
Examination of the direction of
trade in 1963 showed that with great-
cr diversification the percentages of
trade with traditional metropolitan
partners (France, the Netherlands,
the United Kingdom and the United
States of America) have declined,
while movement oftrade within the
area, climbed slightly from 3 5% to
4% of the total. The actual value
of this intra-Caribbean trade was,
however, more than U.S. $200
Particular attention is paid to
tourism in this second Review. The
region has been receiving a substan-
tial s-.urce ofincorne from this sector
over the past few ye-rs, although in
an uneven distribution of benefit.
The estimated number of tourists
attracted to the Caribbean in 1962
was 1.4 million, spending some
U. S. $200 million. But the Carib,
bean islands are nearly all blessed
with the natural requirements on
which a thriving tourist industry
may be based at this potential has
remained largely untapped for a
variety of reasons.

Research Fund, its chairman,
Lord Harding of Petherton,
say: "During the year upn.
der review, the Fund made
almost double the number of
grants that it approved in the
previous year and the total
number involved was nearly
k200,000 (WI $960,000)
compared with the figure of
Io09,263 (WI $524,462)
for 1962." The chairman
goes on to explain that the
Fund has also committed
itself to a further C92,000
(WI $441,6co) to endow
the Princess Alice Chair of
Tropical Orthopaedic Sur,
gery and Rehabilitation in
the University of the West
Indies, though this figure
will appear in 1964's
accounts. BIS

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ledges with w a r m thanks
a donation of $5.oo for
the crippled children o(
Crayfish River, from a lady
who wishes to remain anony,

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thereon or Caveat
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Requect dated Isaac Ne-tcn titicate of Title in respect of that
Stillingforc; portion of Be fond or Riviere La
7th Aug., 1964 Croix Estate situatein the Parish of
by his Solicitor St Paul, in the Colony of Dominica
Presented containing 43.70 acres and bounded
10th Aug., 1964 Vanya Dupigny as follows:- On the North-West
at 9.45 a.m. by lands of Marielise McPherson,
Tantan L uk e, Vivian Leonard,
Raphael Peter, Penton Estate owned by Norman Collins, Curry Rest
owned by C. Green, On the West by Ametla Estate, On the South by
lands of Joseph Daniel, John Williams, Florantine Simon, Riviere La
Croix which separates it from lands of Allan Williams, Eugene Joseph,
Philip William and Bright Williams Desire Estate, and on the East by
lands of Florantine Simon.
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Roseau, Dominica, 1964 Reg.strar of Titles
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office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the above
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P opl'S Post I on expulsion i the Saturday,
August 8 issue of the
Ccr:.espondernts ae asked to rbmit theirfldl names and addresses as s8
a guarantee of good faith. but not necessarily for pbt icotv' Letters should DOMINICA HERALD.
beasshot as possible. Controversiai political ILtte i will not be pub. Among other things he
listed anonymouslv. Views expressed in People's P do not necessarily
reflect the policy of the Ed,tor or the 2r'prietnr. hs charged p rents with
Let Lovelace Be freedom of speech, but this does not gross negligence and has been
mean leaving manners behind, nor free in his use of expressions
taking one case for another; as it is such as negligent homes, de,
Dear Edoto;, clear that this correspondence is more liUquent boys with negligent
I w o u1 d be likely to be an approach to the Mini, are-ts; and gave us an inm
me sters of this p*r est C* T pdFare.ts; and gave us c.n in.,
grateful if ou will give me sters of this prest Government. I sight io he high standards
space in your column. I doubt that the peo ple want your sight into th high s-andards
ul, rather hve Lo Honour to leave this colony. sei in rhe School where he
I would rather have Lov' Madam Editor, where you meet beaches; and certainly with
lace go in the days of anonymous letters are where you much emphasis condones ex,
Baron's Government when also meet traitors; and inspireof zll pulsion without regard to the
he failed to do his dnty. propaganda if the Almighty is a true human element or christian
In these days, Civil Ser, and just God, Labour must stand. human element wo chrisa
iants would so jt as ty Labour right. background which the said
vants would h o just as hey F. R. LEOINTE, Colihaut. School claims.
felt and hing (H. do.e'aboudit. Must we deduce from his
have noting done about it. wrtgs that the S. M. A.
No one said Oh Lovelace Should Lovelace is not the type of School able
must go; he was the good G to train our youths in the
Administrator. At the pr, formation of character and to
sent stage when Lovelace is
sent stage when Lovelace is Dear Madam, take their rightful place in the
nly beginningto do his duty Your correspondents progress of the country ? Or
he must go. Why? because who sent in letters to the Herald on that Mr. Murphy is only ex,
he uses the power of the this subject missed the most damn' hibiting that s p i r i t of
Law; the offender, white or ing indictment ofall.
black, pays his penalty. Your I do not particularly care for the Juigoism of which no less a
iona r Sr, thas pnty. t r American way of life but when I person than Dr. Solomon in
Honour Sir, that's thething radlast Mayin both the island a speech to the conference of
a Dominican hates most: newspapers (and noted the singular Educators .t U. XV. I. in St.
"Justice.When you trap them silence of Dominica Govt. controlled AugustineTrinidad has in no
(especially the Civil Servants) radio) that "foreigners" applying to
jail hem, sack them and let own land in this island most sign uncertaintermsgiven a warn,
Shem fd scathing else to an infamous document promising ing. Perhaps Mr. Murphy
them find something else to not to publish criticisms of the was never a boy himself, sub,
do. Most of you who want local government or of Dominica I ject to the errors and effusion
local government or of Dominica I ject to the errors and effusion
him to go,find out that he has must say that my democratic blood attendant at this age; or per,
no time to put up with your boiled like the Boiling Lake at its I__ -
most active. Iiuemeasure waobvid "oo ^ vU. a u s nre mn
upt works. ously aimed against Americans al- claustration and so was never
Why how long will it ready resident in Dominica (I refer exposed to the follies of youth
take to learn the right from to Sisserou and Bob and Ray talented and the spirit of the times
tile wrong Will another columnists) Despite denials I per' which permeats all the various
Administrator do better. If sonally believe that H. H. Col. sra
he does he will not stay here. Lovelace backed this inhibition and strata o society
It's one thing we are good for therefore I say that Lovelace must go (Cont. onpage 6)
in' . tisland.aWe kngo for the sake ol mental liberty and -,---- -
in this island. We know British Commonwealth fair ply.
what we do not w nt but we The Ministers may follow in due Kind Thanks
do not know what we want. course that is not specifically my
Therefore let us come togeth, concern h'te. To Doctor R.A. Sorha;ndo,
and treat him in a manner of Yours etc. Sister Laronde ard th: Portsincuth
civility. Lovelace mus ay INIDER, Roseau Hospital Staff. We have apprecited
Scivilit. Lov e m. sa- very much the kind care and loving
and do his work. What A Pity"1 tenderness given to our little d?ught-
Touched by the loadstone er ANNETTE during her illness at
Let all our heart agree, Plese allow rc t en his prompt assistance and all those
Let aour ears agree Plese awho helped in any way during her
And e v er toward each dorse every word of that rather illness.
other move, th-uehrful letter written by Ex/ MR. & Mps. DAVIS ROBINSON &
And ever move toward Teacher Jolly in your last issue. It is family.
Thee. consoling to know that such
Great men are still alive to enjoy the
Yours truly, fruis of their eseem-d labour. We Edible
VILLAGE/REVIEWER, bear no grudge for those who hold
Marigot. the M.B.E., but whfn we think of MushroomsP
those meritorious workers who have
departed this life, such as Mrs. Eva There are a very large number of
Didier, S.M. Bowers and Clive ngi whichare edibles many of
H. H. and Labour Sorhaindo, without a bit ofrecog, rh:ch are harmless but not fitto
!. .. nation, we say what a pity. How- eat, and a few which are very poison,
Madam, -It wps a shame to read so belt, we look forward to see such ous. Does any mycologist in
mu'h disr-spe-tfll correspondence in me"n Messrs. i. E. Watty (ex, i ominica know whether any of
your issue of August 8. At no time teacher) C.C. Philip, Clifton the local "mushrooms" are suitable
have I learnt that people don't deserve Dupigr.y, and Dr. R e g i n ad for food
respect, especially an Administratcr Armour obtain what they deserve. Thereis a vague rumour that
appointed in the people's island. HUGH LAWRENCE some which grow upon certain trees
School etiquette showed Rostau are good for food and some which
Sir, Mr., Madam or MAiss -- grow on other trees are not.
in addressing people, whether friend Expulsion I have not heard if any kind of
or enemy. E mushroom is, or can be, cultivated
Today, th, on-s I expect to lad Re-examined here. I have seen the common puff,
me, address the Administrator in his Dear Madam, -Permit me ball (which is very good to eat be,
bare name, Lovelace. Dafore it is rotten) but it has never
Is Dominica improving? I admit to take up this issue with been artificially cultivated to my
that every one has under British law, Mr. Jones Murphy writing knowledge.- COUNTRY DWELLER.

IAbsence From Territory Of Minister
For Labour And Social Services
I is notified for general has been appointed under the
information that the Honour/ provisions of section 16 of
able W. S. Stevens, Minister the Dominica (Constitution)
for Labour anid Social Ser, Order -in/ Ccuncil, 1959,
vices, left the territory on the I Temporary Minister for La-
i5th August, 1964, to attend bour and Social Services
the Third Commonwealth with effect fr o m :th
Education Conference in August, 1964.
Ottawa, Canada, and the M. P. A. III
Honourable R. P. St. Luce, I5th August, 1964.
Mirister without Portfolio, G.O. 91, Aug. 22


Education Department,
4th August, 1964.
Candidates vho are interested in the Genera! Certifi-
cate of Education Examination (University of London) to be
held in January 1965 are invited to register at the Education
Office not later than 15th September, 1964.
An application stating subjects should be submitted,
along with Treasury receipt for fees and birth or baptismal
The fees are as follows:-
initial entry fee: $7,20
Subject fee (in addition to entry
fee) for each subject offered:
at Ordinary Level $2.40
Advanced Level 720 _
Ur il .ealguages 2.00 per subject
Practical Su.ject: Ordinary Level 2.00 "
Advanced Level 3.00 "
Local fee 40% of total University Fees.
Education Officer

Local Seceta
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AS people grow older, they usually tend
to accumulate fewer new friends
Perhaps this is due to a sense of shortage
of time, perhaps to a misogynist suspicion
of motives and in certain cases to the
chromiumplated defensiveness of tempo,
ral success.
We must admit ourselves to be peren,
nially vulnerable to the assaults ofexquisi/
tely,phrased and courteous impersonal
When two exquisite young Americans
drifted into our matchbox of an editorial
office (which paradoxically enough can
sometimes appear as crowded and busy as
Grand Central Station) looking like gol-
den Vikings on,a rainy Dominican day,
and when they -- a bride and bridge,
groom seeming like brother and sister -
invited their potential host to dinner,
talking with beguiling intelligence and
revealing themselves as antiGoldwater
Republicans, our vulnerable heart warmed
,the,: td mv. ":.in ...". accepted and


the hotel dinner thoroughly enjoyed, espe/
cially when the fifth guest a Roman
Catholic priest from America arrived
to dazzle everyone with his knowledge of
modern American literature.
This encounter (by no means our
first) with fascinating new pilgrims from
the U. S, was swiftly followed by another
golden visitation. A scientist lady and
ber teenage son dropped into Dominica
for only a few hours.
They found their way to us and flew
off again after investing i1i an air mail
subscription. Imagine our pleasant sur,
prise when the young highschxol boy
cabled that he was flying back to do a
voluntary job in4 our printer! As long
as there are Americans like these, there
will always be a welcome for them in our
shabby little environment. In fact we, feel
like hanging out a notice:-
"Never mind how the Government acts.
Nonprejudiced Americans are welcome
here. Democrats and Republicans alike."

People's POSt It would be of interest to
(Cont. from page 5) know; can he a teacher teach
with patience and understand/
In that case it is unfair or ing of the problems cf youth
should we say he is unquali- of today ?
fled to write on the subject: of Can he of all men admire
youth of today's warld moved sacrifices cf parents in grap/
either frmri a rational stand- pling with the problems of
point or with any degree of youth in a complex world
tolerance. where there are so many
Humanity is prone to form avenues leading to evil and
judgement not by viewing so few towards the good ?
the inner personality but by We say without fear of
external appearances. There, contradiction, using discretion
fore let us bypass all the out/ along with good taste, Mr.
ward signs and academic Murphy sho uld have
acclamation and take a look refrained.
at the inner Mr. Murphy and Thanking yau,
what do we see. We behold CHARLES,
a man who has undergone so Roseau.
complete a metamorphosis
that he can hardly be called a
Dominican; and who speaks --- 4
in a language foreign and
unknown to us; a man some-
what pedantic and who lives Film Reviews
in a sphere far removed from
this mundane and imperfect Madam, We enjoy the reviews by
world. In the face of this your film critic "Chris": but why are.
they so late, We read about
can he wag his] fingers and films in the HERALD after the movies
gravely accuse parents as the have left the Carib Cinema or even
cause This accumulated the island. Wh y
imperfection of an age which FAMILY FILMGOERS, Roseau.
so many Sociologists have Editor's reply: Your complaint is just.
shown to be the end result of Regretably, the Management of the Carib
the stresses and corrutionsCinema sends us no advance notices and
of i r i orrutios favours this newspaper with no film
modern life, this he glibly "previews". Our Critic must perforce
explained in such terms as write of selected films in arrears. Sorry
negligent parents and homes, for the dlay.

Dear Madm,

Print my plea, for I know of no
otlhr successful way to ask for mercy,
for the disgraceful way in which
public authorities treat complaints.
Disturbed by the smell of pig
filth, a muddy street, a shortage of
water in the extreme sou'h ofPte.
Michel, Chauffeurs flying through
crc wds of children, and all sorts of
hwlessness, it is time tcat someone
make an attack on the laissez-faire
attitude of rural public servants, vho
seem only interested in their pay.
In the name of sanitation, whea
will the dqy come when people v ho
practice and believe in cleanliness
get a relief from the dirty scent that is
forced on th.m, and over which they
have no control?
About a year ago to date, Sani,
tary Inspectors from Roseau con-
demned a pig pen and ordered the
immediate removal of the pigs, since
it was obvious that even police
officers resident in the village had to
abandon the public road tempora-
rily to avoid the scent. Yet to date
the same conditions prevail on the
same si:e, and the same watch dog
sucking taxes.
My home is surr-unded by these
filthy pens, and instead of opening
my windows as recommended I
have to keep them shut in order that
my family may not suffocate from
this abomination.
Countless appeals to the authori-
and visits by him have left the posi-
tion unchanged, and I dare not
challenge Gov't. Why:
Voice of the people rally to the

A Christian Evening

THE neighbours of The Christian Musical Family are
used to hearing str'-ns of Oichestral Music daily on
and off; but on the evening on Monday August ioth, the
keen listener could have heard a rare concert being per/
formed, and might have wondered about the audience.
Guests of The Christian Family on that occasion were
Monsieur Serge Lancen the well known French Composer,
his Martiniquan wife ,Ne6 Ellinon), Mr. Graham Norton,
Political Writer and Lecturer of England, and Professor
Pie re Lucett: of Marti ique, ViolinistTeach r. Alto pre'
s-.nt were HERALD Editor Mrs. Allfrey and the Lancen's
young nephew, a medical student.
The visitors were privikdged to listen to an ensemble
of chorales, light waltzes, and orchestrally arranged ballads,
then came the light classics and solos, Duets and Trios,
played particularly by the ace personnel. of the Class Pales,
trina (pianist). Paganini mandolinistt) and purcel (Violinist.
The two modestsized rooms of the Class contain
musical instruments of all types, including three pianos; all
kinds of music instruction Books and scores formed the
background for this informal concert.
During Palestrina's performance at the piano, Mon-
sieur Lancen got up to watch her at work, sometimes help,
ing to turn over the pages. Finally Mr. LUncen was per-
suaded to show off his own prowess: CAPRICES ANTIL/
LEAISES" his compositions, were proof of his virtuosity as a
Next marting at dawn the Lancens flew off to France
via Martinique, Mr. Graham Norton flew to Britain via
U.S,A., and Mr. Lucette prepared his party of nine boys
to invade the Carib Reserve.
call, ask yourself the question. Are boys that water must be made to
we slaves cf our flesh and blood, or pass below the road or bridge whilst
are we a people governed by a human being pass on the briJge.
government of the people, for the Complex Superiority spells Cala-
,1.. t n -sl Whit ;;-

necessary to rerori a situation to an
authority resident in the Parish when
he can feel, smell and see like any.
one else. Or has he a nose at all.
Or were we so unfortunate to get the
most hopeless man a department
could offer?
Seeing filth can ne"er be as bad
as the scent and fleas that it carries,
and justice would be done on all
sides ifthe sanitary department
would use the scavenger to supervise
the cleaning of pig pens rather than
have him pick up ol' tins on the
sea shore.
Why has the sanitary dcpirtment
failed to control the waste water on
the street, which is a hazard to
people especially during heavy traffic
Why has it become the responsibility
of Central Housing, who seems in
no mood to do anything about it?
Why is the sanitary inspector so re-
luctant in pointing out to Govern-
ment that certain drains remain
blocked for weeks causing health
hazards to residents? And why isn't
P.W.D. made to realise that a drain
on the Eastern side of the road
would have solved the problem of
sewage and the difficulty we ex,
p,rience with our shoes and socks,
or was it intended for us to walk
batefoote I always.
To end if there is no water we
connot bathe, and if, we do n )t
bathe we smell.
If there is no side walk we have
to walk in the street, and if our
eyes can't follow the traffic we get
crushed, would that be called an
If the villagers who are fortunate
to get water to drink and bathe
provide to many small articipical
streams, where is gov't getting money
to build so many bridges.
Do we have to tell our college


Deported from
Ten West Indian students
recently had orders of de,
portation made against them
by the United S:ates Immi/
gration Departmcnnt fr doing
odd jobs to supplement their
incomes while studying at
American Universities.
It was felt in some quar/
ters that the governments of
the Caribbean should make
a strong app-al either jointly
cr separately to the President
of the U. S. to exercise his
powers of intervention and
rescind the orders against the

Thanks For Help
Mr. and Mrs. A. William
of Laplaine would like to
thank all those who gave
help in transporting their
Special thanks go to the
Parish Priest, the R o a d
Driver, Carpenters, Relatives
and friends, and also to all
those who cr me in from the
villages to assist us.
Again we say:
Thank you all

_1 _ _C __ _

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-~BC~Ei SIX~
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U. W. L. Examina- Archbishop's
tion Results Choice

The University of the
West Indies recently released
the results of final examine,
tions taken in June this year.
Eight Dominicans are
listed: Kay Clarendon did
extremely well to get the only
first Division pass in the
B. A. general examination
in her class.
In the same examination
Rosemary Sorhaindo received
a Lower Second Division
In the Science department
Winston Watzy get his B. Sc.
(Economics) with an upper
Second Division pass; Hugo
Alleyne got his B. Sc (Spe,
cial Physics) with a Lower
Second Division pass 'and
Donavan E. Robinson, a
TIird Division pass in the
B. b; (A agriculture) exami/
nWith still three years to go
bu: a sclid examination
behind them are Gerald
Grell and Hadyn Didier both
of whom are listed as having
passed the 2nd Bachelor of
Medicine and Surgery exami-
tion (and M.B.).

Sounding Cattle
Researchers at the Univer-
sity of Tennessee have found
a new use for sonar which
detects submarines by beam-
ing sound through water.
They beam sound waves
at beef cattle and chart the
echoes that return. Lean
meat gives off one type of
echo, fat gives offanother.
Cattle breeders will now
have more accurate inforna-
tion to guide them in selection
of the best animals.

Richard Cardinal Crsh-
ing, Roman Catholic Arch-
bishop of Boston said his
candidate for the Democratic
Vice-President nomination
was Attorney-Generil
Robert Kennedy. He spoke
en route to Ecuador, where he
inspected a Mission. Presi-
dent Johnson eliminated Bob
Kennedy and several others
as possible running-mates on
the Democratic ticket. C.P.

Aspects of Race
A week of meetings began
in Moscow last week on the
biological aspects of race.
23 specialists in anthropology,
genetics, comparative zoology,
etc., met under the auspices
of Unesco together with
observers from the U. N.
and other scientific organisa,
One of the aims of the
greeting is to modernize the
Unesco declaration of 1951
on the nature of race differ,
ences. The agenda includes
the concept of race, human
evolution and its fu t u r e
direction and the psychic and
social factors that have helped
to-mamta~tnie-n ni -t a r y
character of the human
Following the Moscow
meeting Unesco plans
another conference in 1966 to
consider the social and e:hical
aspects of race.
Guardian Britain.
Breaks Record
five-year-old Brtish printer,
broke the world's record for
swimming the English Chan,
nel in slightly over nine
hours la3t week-end.

U.S. Recruits
One thousand men a day
are being interviewed for three
days running by the Barbados
Labour Department, to meet
a call from the U. S. Depart,
meiit of Labour for two
thousand farm labourers from
that land.

All persons who are in
arrears fnr Water and Sewe-
rage Rates for period ending
31st December, 1964, are re,
minded that such rates should
have been paid by the 31st.
July, 1964. Defaulters are
therefore urged to pay these
arrears on or before the 31st
August, 1964, after which date
the services will be discon-
nected without further notice.
Office of the Roseau
Town Council.


'PA 0

Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
t.ereon and (.a eai ior the week ending the 15th day of Ang, 1964
Nature of Request whether for
-)at of Request Person Presenting Certificate of Title or Noting
thereon or Caveat
Requestfor the issue of a New Ce-
Requect dated Isaac Ne ton tificate of Title on transfer in
SI llingforci in respect of that Estate situate in
10th Aug., 1964 the Parish of St. Paul, in the Island
by his Solicitor of Dominica called "Amel;a" con-
Presented training 68.84 acres and bounded as
18th Aug., 1964 Clifton A.H. follows:- On the North 'y lands
at 12.55.p.m. Dupigny of Md. Wenesley, S. L. Jolly and
S. '- :-. John Boyd, On the West by lands
of Buntie Bruno,,Rannie Luke and I. N. Shillingford, On the South by
lands of Emanuel Royer, Bernard Reynold, Griffith Roche, Francois,
Griffith Reynold, Bona Vista Estate owed by B. Giraud, Desiree Estate
and Matthew and on the East by lands of I N. Shillingford, Joseph
Daniel and Desiree Esiate
Regist--r's Office (Sgd.) JosEPII V. JFAN PIERRE,
Roseau, Dominica, 1964, registrar of Titles
NOTE:-Any person wno desires to object te o the issuing of a Cer-
tificate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat in.he bove
office within six weeks from the date of tie first appearance of the above
Schedule in the DOMINCA 1HERPLD Newsoaoel published in this Island -or
from the date when the notice prescribed by law was ast served on any
ownet or occupier of adjoining land in respect of which the application
is made.

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Fresh Approach
To Youth -rimes
Judge Cal Aa vold, of the City
of London, called for a new branch
of social work to deal with serious
crime among youth.
He said that society had beers
busy working out its own security
in a welfare Stite and that youth's
pastimes that satisfied the craving for
excitement had also "the u.erit of
causing displeasure to the adult."
It was distLrbing to find that of
the persons under 2r convicted on
their first offence in 1957, nearly a
half of the number returned within
five years. It was no less worrying
to consider that in 1962, more than
91,000 people under 21 were con-
victed of indictable offences -
nearly 6J per cent of the undera,2is
of that time
Generally Succeeded
The probation service, the ap,
proved schools, detention centres and
Borstals, generally succeeded, "and
regard such institutions as mere
schools for bigger and better crime
is only the result of prejudice- build,
ing on ignorance. Yet that 50 per
cent of reconvictions has gdt to be
explained." Judge Aarvold added:
"Youth in the modern world is
i.j possession of the spending money,
and is, therefore, the object ofcajo,
lery by every concern that wants to
sell him something. He gets perhaps
an unjostiied opinion of his own
importance, and a consequent re-
sentment of control."

He said that as soon as a young
man had been convicted of a seri-
ous crime; someone should inves,
utivate at once the cause of the
offence at his home, among his
friends, and- at his work. "The in,
vestigation might be costly, ani
might be resented, and in its early
days, might not have much success."
But the responsibility cf the comm-
unity for the acts of each of its
members would be acceptable as
involving positive action for remedy-
ing what is wrong in th: comm-
Healthier Life
The second action after a crime
should be to get at the young man s
friends, and at least try to get them
away from an unhealthy life, into
perhaps the healthier life of a boys'
club, on the principle ''get his
friend in while he is away, and ht
will join when he returns."
Youth clubs could clearly play
a great part in prevenung the re-
petition of crime. A l-oys' clcb was
especially well placed not oily ta
knowthe trcps and temptanar.sof
its own district but also r~ do some-
thing about them. There was clear-
ly scope for every club to hve its
social work branch where the work
was done not by the club leader but
by the boys themselves.
Judge Aatvold thought that society
might have become so boring and
uninspiring a place for the adventure-
some spirit of the young as to make
young people rebel against law and
order. From The Guaidian, Britain


Section 66 of the Windward Islands Financial Rules
1952 states that it is the duty of the Police to see that all
persons are in possession of Licences which they are re
quired by law to possess.
2. It is hereby published for general information that the
following licences expire on the 31st day of December of
every year :-
3, Persons in possession of any of the above licences are
required by law to renew their licences is respect of 1964
and payments of the prescribed fdes may be made et the
undermentioned places:-
4. Licence Holders are hereby notified that the Police
are in the process of checking licences for the current
year and any defaulters thereof will be liable to prosecu-
tion according to law.
Chief of Police
G0O. 8s, 8--zz22


By Rideo

. Little person.. big event!

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parents and relativesP far away munications.Asaresult, thenumberofchannels
on main trunk routes will be increased up to
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Quick! Phone them up or send them links. A new multi-channel international link
will give direct connection into the U.S.A. and
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makes the connection Cable and ing still more speed and efficiency to regional
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makes the connection ... another demonstration of the company's faith
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Edinburgh Festival Goldwater And
/ECvI'MAB*h *!**-

Schedule of Application for Cerlifica e of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 15th day of Aug., 1964
Nature of Request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of Title
Notings thereon or Caveat.
Requeni for the issue of a First
Request dated Isaac Newton Certificate of Title in respect
Shillinford of that portion of land known
7th Aug., 1964 as a part of Fiomage Estate
situate in the Parish of St.
Presented by his Solicitor Paul, in the Colony of Dom-
inica, containing 1.82 acres,
10th Aug, i"'4 Vnya Dupigny and bounded as follows--On
at 9 35 a.m. the North West by a Public
i Read separated by land of
Rennie Luke, On the South-West by land of Joset h Daniel formerly
William Pinaid, On the South East by land of Emanuel Royer and on
the North-East by land of Amelia Estate
Registrar's Office. (Sgd) JOSEPH V. JEAN PIERRE
Roseau, Dominica. 1964. Registrarof Titles.
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a
Certificate cf Title on the above application may enter a Caveat in
the above office within six weeks from the date of the first appear-
ance of the above Schedule in the DOMINICA iBRPALD news-
paper published in this Island or from the date when the notice
prescribed by law was last served on any owner or occupier of
adjoining land in respect of which the application is made.
Aug.l 5-22

of"political recklessness andlDrama And Music
unlawful activity in achieving ,
the goals of f'e.dom and Festival
justice". Mr. Nixon asked
Se nato r Goidw-te; for The Drama and Music Festival
,, Committee -vishes to thank all those
'further commccts" regarding who sent us donations fr prizes,
the phrases. USIS those who gave of their time or assis-

Goldwater told a press
conference last week that he
would give American gene-
rals in the Pacific, power to
use "'any practical nuclear
weapon" in the defence of
U. S. interest. B. B. C.

ted in any way to make the Festival
the success it was, the public for
their support without whicn the
Festival could not have succeeded ar:d
the young actors of Dominica would
not have baen encouraged, the sevwal
groups who performed during the
Festival, and finally, ihe Press for
publicity and its intelligent coverage
of the entire Fes'ival.

rubmiail V I Scotland is the destination xAI- I IImII I
Books this week of many of the Nw York, August i -
world's leading celebrities in Senator Barry M. Goldvuater
Gri bbean Education Pubhlca. muicand the theatre and ofoldat
tions Limited has ee incorporated muthe thousand the viieatre and has amplified on the u;e of
as a non-profitrmaking company to the thousands o visitors rom the word "extremism" in his
prodtue for the University ofthe overseas who are making speech accepting the Re,
West Indies, textbooks, workbcoks what has become an annual publican Party's presidential
and other teaching material for use pilgrimage to hear and see nomination on July 16.
in West Ind-an schools, a priogrjmae to hear and see nomination on July 16.
in West Ind:anschools, a project their performances. Asked by former Vice,
Thnoed earliersity also announces The artists are gathering to President Richard M, Nixon
The University also announces
that a generous offer has been made take part in the ;8th Ein, to explain the intention of his
by Penguin Books Limited to em, burgh International Festival two sentences "extremism
ploy all its resources in experienced which open on Sunday in the defense of liberty is no
production in this project. (16th August), with a ser vice" and "moderatio in th
Among the ten company directors in the
are Dr. H.W. Springer, Director of vice or dedication in St. pursuit ofjusticeis no virtue"
the Institute of Education, Miss Giles' Cathedral as in pre, Senaor Goldwater replied
Shi:ley Gordon, director of the vious years, and ends on 5th letter made pubic Sun
textbook project and Acting Head September. During the day:
of the Dtpartment of Education, Festival here will be late- "If I were to paraphrase
Mr. A.Z. Presto-, the University it fim s s nd per te two sen es in qestio
Barsar, and Mr. Lloyd Bra;thwaite, lm shows and the wo sentences in question
Acting Head of the Department of formances by student and in the context in which I
Sociology. other groups of plays ranging uttered them I would do it
The six other directors, also to from Shakespeare's "The by saying that whole-hearted
be appointed by the U rsy, Tempes" a n d Buchners devotion to liberty is unassail
willtbe persons outsiethe Univer" "Leonce and Lena" to Ugo able and that hdlf-hearted
sity, and their n a m e s wil[ be
announced shortly. Bett s "Crime on Goat devotion to justice is indefen,
-Island" and John Arden s sible."
Examination er g a n t Musgrave's "It goes without saying
Dance". Other attraction, that such devotion would not
Results include Les Ballets Africains, t
the Br l Old Vi in countenance illegal or impro-
The results of the Std. VII "the risl Od Vien per means to achieve proper
"Love's Labout's Lost" and goals," he added.
Primary School Leaving goals, he added
Examination 1964 show that .hcthey have Mr. Nixon had written the
Examination I964 show tht been successfully performing Reblidd h
out of 404 candidates, 397 u i b Republican Candidate that
sat the examination and a in Europe, patnnigs by De some people had charged -hat
-sat the examination lacroiandte phrases Mr. Co!lwater
1 iExhibition which opened at t
St. Martin's school under Exhiition which opened at used in his acceptance speech
wt 1. Stratford-upon-Avon on 23rd h cc s
Sister M. Borgia hrd-pon-Avonon were, in effect, an approval
Sister M. Borgia with 1305 April. -'BIS
childrenn on roil sent up ne
largest number cf children --- --- To The (
for tLe examination (22), out Awain ullmoon
of these 21 sat and 17 passed. AWaiing FUll
Portsmouth's it. John's
Ptsmouh's t. oh's Followers of A Fce (The Menace)
School next in size (857 on Lenshina of Lusaka c:mma leader of
roll) sent up only Io candi` Northern Rhodesia's limpa church
plates out of which 8 passed; last week were reported awiitingth
Atkinson with 174 on roll next the full moon on August 23
entered 6 and gct 5 passes. before renewing attacks. Meanwhile,
Leaflets carrying a peace appeal from
50 Sc hocis sent up Lensh;na was dropped by air
candidates for the Scl.ool over the troubled areas, and Alice ..: -
Leaving Exam'nation was arrested.


Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon leaving Kensington Palace,
London, for the christening of their daughter in the Private Chapel
at Buckingham Palace.
Photograph shows Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon with their
son Lord Linley and their daughter, who was born on May i and,
christened Lady Sarah Armstrong/Jones. She is seventh in line of
succession to the Throne.

U.W.I. Set To
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Schedule of Applications for Certificates ofTitle and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 15tlt day of Aug., 1964
SNature of request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting Ifor Certificate of Title or
jNotings thereon of Caveat
i Request for the issue of a First
Request dated Isaac Newton Certificate of Title in respect
Shillingford of that portion ofland known
7th Aug., 1964 as a part of Fromage Estate
by his Solicitor situate in the Parish
Presented of St Paul, in the Colony of
10th Aug., 1964 Vanya Dupigny Dominica, containing 568
at 9.25 a.m. acres and bounded as
Ifollows:- On the North-West
by Massacre River separating it from land of Md, Wenesley,. On the
North-East by land of Shand Jolly, On the South-East by a Publit
Road separating it from land of Joseph Daniel and. on theb -South-West
by land of Wayland Daniel and Antoine Ettienne formerly Molloy and
Md. St. Juste.
Registrar's Office, (Sgd) JOSEPH V. JEAN PIERRE
i-seau, Dominica, Aug 1964 Registrar of Tites.
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of, a Certi-
ficate of Filte on the above application may enter a Caveat in the above
office within six weeks from the date 'of the first appearancee of the
--oveSced-uTe in the- Di MNICNA HERAL-D ne-spapcr bli'saed-in Jthis
Island or from the date when the notice prescribed by law was last served
on any owner or occupier of adjoining land in respect of.which the appli-
cation is made.
Aug. 15-22
Christening In A W.I. Hat


Catholic Schools
Roman Ca nolic element,
ary schools in Missiesippi will
btgin accepting pupils in the
first grade next month with,
out regard to race.
The M o s t Reverend
Richard O. Gerow, Bishop
of the Nachez-Jackson Dio,
cese, announced the move in
a Pastoral letter rnad at all
S'Jndtay services in the State.
The bishop urged Catho,
lics to show a "true Christian
spirit by their acceptance of
and cooperation in the im,
plementation of this policy."
The desegregation of first
grade coincides with moves
to comply w i t h Federal
Court desegregation orders
in some of the State's public
schools. A Federal judge
has approved pla ns to
integrate public school first
gradesnext month, and an
additional grade a year in the
future in the cities of Jackson
and Biloxi, and in rural
Leake County, Mississippi.
Mississippi is the only
State in the Union which
has yet to begin desegregating
public schools below the
college level. :- '

,Gyrnsf90rom Africa
ALL the cyclones that have radv
I aged the Wtst Irdies region and
the Southern coasts of the U, S. since
1960 originated o v er the African
continent, and not over the Atlantic
Ocean according to a French meteo-
rologist, Mr. A. Villevielle.
The theory was confirmed in stud-
ies of hurricane "Flora" which hit
the Caribbean area in September last
In his research, Mr. Villevielle used
observations from the U.S. Tiros
satellites and from many other source,
es. The cyclones, he claims, often
form over the Chad area of West
They are generated by an influx of
cold air from the north at high altid
tudes meeting warm, humid air which
rises to its greatest heights during the
monsoon season. The depression
thus created moves west at the speed
of the vinds in the middle tropos,
here and becomes turbulent when it
reaches the Atlantic Ocean off the
coast of Senegali.

Two Southern
A conference of Carib,
bean Credit Unions met in
St. Vincent this week. Mean,
while teachers from all over
the Caribbean have been
converging on Grenada
for their annual C. U. T.
203 teachers arrived in
Grenada by M. V. Federal
Palm, which later limped into
St. Vincent harbour for bad,
ly needed repairs.

Chinese Jets In
N. Viet Nam

A number of MIG jet
fighter planes apparently hive
been sent to North Viet Nam
by Communist China, the
U.S. Defense Department
reported last week.
Arthur Sylvester, Assis'
tant Secretary of Defense for
Public Affairs, announcing
this in a brief statement, said
he could not give the numn/
He recalled that Secretary
of Defense Robert S. Mc,
Namara had said last Thurs-
day at a news conference
that Peiping might introduce
combat aircraft into North
Viet Nam since the Hanoi
regime had no fighter planes
of its own.
Following is the text of
the statement read by Mr.
"Secretary M c Namar a
suggested last week that the
Chinese Communists might
introduce planes into Viet,
Nam. We now have indi/
cations that a, number of
Chinese Communist MIG
I5's and i7 s have been in
trodu,'ed into North Viet
Nam. This has been expect,
rs-fr ome rtumebecause of
known preparation ..such as
lengthening of runways of
airfields in the Hanoi area."
---- ,--- j

StGp Trade With
Cuba! -- Betancourt
FORMER President Romul3 Ben,
tancourt of Venezuela expects
the nonCommunist governments of
Europe and the Americas to cooper,
ate with the recent collective trade
embargo voted against Communist
Cuba by the Crganzation ofAmeri-
can States (OAS).
Those governments still trading
with the Fiael Castro regime "must
now think carefully before continuing
to defy the democratic consensus of
the Americas", Mr. B e t a n c o u r t
wrote in an article appearing in the
A u g st 3 is s u e of
"THE .RPORTER" magazine.
Venezuela, hd added, "can now
be exprc.cd to undertake an a-ticulare
and vigorous boycott against the ships
and products of any country that
continues to traffic with Ca s t r o 's
Shortly afterwards, Chile announ,
ced that she will suspend diplomatic
and commercial relations with
Cuba. -(USIS)

Many Thanks
MRS. Ethelda O'Guiste of Crayfish
River wishes to thank the 3 kind
friends who donated a total cf $7.00
to help her crippled children.

Retarded Children
The number of Mongloid idiots
born in the world would be halved
ifmotte s refused to havw babies after
they were thirty seven years old Un-
iversity Profiessor L, S. Penrostc,
one of t ie wo:lds leading experts in
mental d fii ncy, anLounced ii,
Copenhagen last week. C.P

Applications For
Liquor Licences
To vhe Magistrate Dimt "E" &
Chief of Police
residing at 69 Victor'a St, New
Town Parish of St. ,eorge do here-
by give you notice that it is my
intention to rpply at the Magistrate's
Court to be held at Roseau on
Monday, :he ,th day of October
1964, ensuing for a retail LIQUOR
LICENCE in respect of my premises
at Newtown Parish of St. Geo:ge
Dated the 14 day of August, 1964
August 15 29
To the Magistrate Dist, "E" & the
Supt. of Police.
I, FLOOD ISIDORE now residing
at Massacre, Parish of St. Paul, do
hereby give you notice that it is my
intention to apply at the Magistrate's
Court to be held at Roseau on Mon,
'day the 5th day of October, 1964
for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE in
respect of my premises at Massacre
Parish of St. Paul.
Dated the 6th day of August, 1964.
N.B:- The above is a transfer from
-A 'i -8 22: ---- -- - --- --j

Dominica Banana Growers' Association

Notice To Banana Growers Payment
Of Rehabilitation Grants

THE greater number of rehabilitation
grants have now been paid and it is
not practicable for the Field Officers to
continue to attend office daily at Roseau
and Portsmouth for the purpose of identi-
fying the payees.

Therefore, as from the week com-
mencing 24th August, 1964, the Field
Officer, Southern & Eastern Districts and
the Field Officer, Northern District will be
available during normal office hours at
the Association's Offices at Roseau and
Portsmouth, respectively only on Thursdays
and Fridays.

i5:h August, 1964.
Aug. 22

General Manager.


Banana Contract

GROWERS are informed that printed copies of the
Banana Contract with Gee:t Industries (W.I.) Ltd. are on
sale at this C office.
Price: 50 cents per copy.

iSth August, 1964.

General Manager
Dominica Banana
Growers' Assn.

New Stamps For Tanganyika And Zanzibar
New Stamps For Tanganyika And Zanzibar

To mark the formation of the United Republic of Tanganyika and
Zanzibar, a new stamp issue has been made
Shown are the 20 cent, 30, 2 shilling 50 cent and the I shilling 30
cent stamps.-BIS


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Union -- D.BG.A, Louison's Paintings

exhibited at the D. C. S. last
In a special Pre-s conference week se.m to represent two sets of
held on Tuesday, August 18, Mr. ideas. C n the one han- Mr. Loui..
A.D.. Boyd as manager of the son is attempting a sort of vivid r.a-
Dominica Banana Growers Associ- l.snr, on the other his concern is wuh
aon emphatically denied that the fantastic ,n xture of religion and
D.B.C..'s lancemen were ever superstition tht characters: the lives
tLtfctea by T.C.C.W.U's strike, of West Indian peasants.
1i. reply to T.C.C.W.U. General In the first case, he fills his large
Seteary, Mr. A. Joseph's claim cinvasses with fresh, precise oils tv at
mat lancemen n .er.ain areas only depect either landscapes or portraits,
resumed work after being threit:ned though occasionally he will focus
oy D.R..G.A. officials, Mr. boyd sharply on some broken-down peas-
sta-ed: "Mr. Joseph's statement is ant dwelling where every locsened
not ony Lompletely untrue, but a board and shattered window tells a
mischievous oie," going on to say miserable tale.
iat as far as tme officials of the On the other hand, Mr. Louisont's
B nan- Growers' association were attempt to uncover the "Lougarou"
coucrne t "thre never was any behind the quaint superstition of
indication from our employees that poorer folk shows itself strongly in his
a strike was even on." wa.er colours. These are all dark,
Mr. Boyd explained that he haA making the weird presence of a can,
re eived notice from Mr. Joseph sta' dle or "flambeau" all the more
ng ti.at D.L.G.A. lancemen in tne effective. Behind the uuder-nour-
Southern, Wes;ern and Eas:era areas shed bodies and deep-sunk eyts
woulci net be turning out for \,ork an attenipt is made to show more
on Monday ti ugust 8, since they than cynicism, there is also p:ty and
'.,oull be going on synr pathy strike understanding.
win tmeir 'P.W.D. bio.hers." Mr. Louison is nut satisfied with
Mr. Boyd, however, produced his paintings, which is a good thing;
written proof showing that all work, lie feels he should experiment more
ers turned up as usual for work on with colours. He admi.s, though,
Mond y. No spraying was done on that when things are "moving fine ,
that day but that was only because lie can finish an uil canvas over a
trained too much and the.inspecior weekenJ. P. A. B.
sent t'-ck the lancemen-some-. Tej following additional comments are
thing not .at all unusual, Mr. Boyd from another artist, well-known
stressed. ii Dominica.

Neither his chief inspectors nor
Mr. Henry of the Leaf Spot C-n,
trt-OffictAi-fotnd-anything unusual
- the entire strike period.
Mr. Eoyd stated that earlier in the
y-ar the Associztion had receive a
letter flom T.C.C.W.L. demind-
ing mole pay for th5 lanc:men (an
inLrease of approximately one dollar
on their average three dollars per
day). A meeting of the Board on
August 17, however, resulted in a
reply to Mr. Joseph announcing that
the matter was still under consi lera.-
-- 1-- *

The U.S. And
South Viet Nam
The U.S. and South Vietnamese
officials were working last week on
the establishment of what amounts
to a joint U.S.-South Viet Nam
military command to direct the war
against the Communist Viet c.ong,
according to reliable military sources.
The sources also said that American
officers would have virtual parity
with South Vietnamese in making
tactical Decisions.-CP.

I h .ve been asked to express an
opinion about Mr. Louison's paint'
ings and wish to say that the fact they

uo not make, a vivid appal to me is
no deal of his talent. My opinion,
for what it may be worth, s that he
has a genuine talent and is approa-
ching the problems which concern
all serious artists with courage and
intelligence. I should expect even
greater changes in his work than the
progress he has made since a year ago
when I saw his work for the first
But the fact that I was myself
brought up in a different school and
tradition, in a differTit c o u n try,
and in my formative years in a dif-
ferent century, is reason enough to
discount anything I should have to
say about anybody's art now that
Art is perhaps a step cf.almost all
other forms of expression so that it
appears somewhat ridiculous to those
who are not conversant with what
has preceded it.
I have little to add to my first op,
inion, which I offer only because I
should hope not to appear to damn
with faint praise, but rather to praise,
with faint damns: I guess, and foresee
they will become faiuted as his un-
doubted talent develops from what
it was to what it will be. S. H.

Banana -Spment of 14th August, 1964:
Banana Shipment of 14th AuguPst, 1964:


Exports Jan. Ist to 8thAugust, 1964
Total exports to 14th August, 1964
Total exports to i4th August, 1963
Decrease 1964 compared with 1963





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Lical Sportlight
THE m u c h-postpon:d football
meeting eventually took place
on Tuesday afternoon at the Roseau
Girls School. Among the impcr-
tant decisions taken then are that
registration fees be increased. They
now stand at $50 for Division I
and $40 for Division Ix. The clos-
ing date for registration is Monday
3ist August.
If all goes well, the season will
officially commence on Sunday 6th
September with a Division I match.
Generally, one doesn't expect the
standard to be very high since play-
ers have put in but token practice,
but it is by no means a situation to
be proud of and we trust that as the
season progresses, footballers will ap,
proach the game with greater enthu-
siasm and responsibility.
It is rumoured that S. M. A. may
be unable to field a z iv i side and
Combermere are likely to deprive the
public of Jt.eir talented players.
These will indeed be hard blows if
any crednce can be attributed to the
sayings. However, there are many
would be footballers, just waiting
to be organized so gentlemen come
cut ant ek some talent.
It would not be an unwise deci,
sion if ldubs made use of some
experienoyd footba'lrs, past and
present, obtaining their services as
coaches. Mianyhave indicated their
willingness to assist in thtt capacity.
Well Done Girls
Judging by the zest and verve
displayed in their previous encounter
against St. Vincent and Bar' ados, it
was gen:raily expected that our''girls
would d well in the .later stages of
the tour. Their victories 44-28 and
41-34 over Grenada and S'. Lucia
respectively were very well earned.
All in all the girls h a v e acquitted
themselves more than creditably as
they emerged third in the tourna-
ment, behind St. Vincert, (eventual
winners) and B/dos (runner-up). It
is indeed the first time that a D/ca
netball side has done so very well
and although there can be many
technical spots of criticism, we say
hats off the Manager Sylvia Bertrand
and her team. High praise must
also be conferred on Reginald St.
Havis Shillingford for the able man.,
ner in which he coached the
Gorriette Again Champ
Diminutive Julius Corriette
retained his title in the table tennis
tournament held at the Fire Station
Recreation room last Friday evening
and thereby won the Warrington
The tournament, though enter,
training in toto and exciting in parts,
was of a relatively poor standard.
Apart from Corriette, all others
played below their best even if cer-
tain performances were creditable.
In the first round Blackman forced
Billy Armour into his style of play,
cashing in on this to an effective
2X 18, 21 6a victory. thin,
wh hails from B.C. defeated K.
Syl rt 21 19, Iz 16 with
an astt exhibition of fast pushes and

Josephs bowed in defeat, to Corriette ll
5i 2z, but played some brilliant : Liquor Licences
backhand strokes. Corrimtte's ang,-
ling and shortening was used to To the Magistrate Dist. "F" & the
superior advantage and he thorough, Chief of Police.
ly deserved his win. Pacquette at-d I, A~GUSTUS CASIMIR now resid-
Winston gave a sub-standard per- ing at Grandbay Parish of S'. Pat-
formance due mainly to the former rick do hereby give you notice that
whose approach was diffident and it is my intention to apply at the
confusing. Winston won easily Magistrate's Court to be held at
21 -- 8, 2 -- II, Grandbay on Friday the 2nd day
The semifinals found Blackman of October 1964, ensuing for a retail
and Corriette wrestling for initiative. LIQUOR LICENCE in respect of my
At first, ultra cautious, they awak, premises at Grandbay P ar i s h of
encd from apparent slumber to St. Patrick.
brighten play with a series of slams, Dated the 19:h day of August,
mostly from Corriette who won 1964.
21 II,2I- 5. Chin made AUGUSTUS CASIMIR
easy work of Winston 21 to, April 22,-Sept. 5.
but in the next game the latter
fought harder 22 -20 being the To the Magistrate District
result. "E" & C ief of Police
This left Chin and Carriette, I, LEONTIN FRANCIS now
two of Chinese physiognomy to residing at New Town Pa-
complete for the title and Corriette it rish of St. Georges do hereby
was producing some sizzling slams, .
to counter Chin's effective place- give you notice that it is my
ments to win 21- 13, 21 -15. intention to apply at the
CRICKET Magistrate's Court to be held
Australia Wins Series at Roseau on Friday the 2nd
SThe fifth and final test match day of Oct. 1964, ensuing
came to a premature stand-still at for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE
the Oval when rain washed out in respect of my premises at
further possibilities of play. The New Town Parish of St.
scares in the natch were England George,
t82 and 381 for 4, Australia 379. T', ,1 ,,.,,i A... -r
D t i dth Uh d i


j.auc, intle 1in .ty U G
Aug. 1964.

Under t he Commonwealth Aug. 22 Sept. 5
Scholarship scheme, Messrs. C. A. WIFE NOTICE
Goodridge and N. J. Liverpool have
been awarded postgraduate scholar- I, JAMES ROLLE of Lau/
.... L I ... ,Cdi-- 'I..d a i c-t-'heieby declare taa I iamf
Ph.D degrees respectively. no longer responsible for
a- r.----.n d +-rts orr thr abilitieP

Contractor's ServiceS incurred by my wife, MAY,
Whenyou want to build, be it a DELICE ROLLE(nee
business place, a dwelling house or FLORANT) who has lived
renovation in or out of town you apart from me for 12 years,
need a Builder Contractor. Why although I have repeatedly
not contact D. J. B. Bruney (popu- appealed to her to resume
larly known as Brother Bruns),a aed to her to resume
48 Steber Street, Pottersville for her marriage duties.
top quality workmanship. JAMEs ROLLE
Moderate Prices.
For reference contact Dominica BUYING GLOVES
Cooperative Bank or Mr. Ted Honey- j ASTAPHAN & CO. LTD.
church. J. ASTPHAN & 00. LTD.
Signed 0. J. B. BRUNEY. Aug. zz-Sept. z2
Schedule of Application for Certificate of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 15th day of Aug., 1964
Nature (if Request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of Title
Notings thereon or Caveat.
Request for the issue of a First
Requeti dated Joseph Younis Certificate of Title in respect
of a lot of land situate at
5th Aug., 1964 Scotts Head in the Parish of
St Mark, in the Colony of
Presented by his Solicitor Dominica, containing 1524
square feet and bounded as
15th Aug., 1364 Vanya Dupigny follows;-On the North-East
at 10.50 a.m. by land of the Heirs cfLeti-
tia Tavernier, North-West by
A Public Road, South-Eamt by land of the Heirs of Letitia Tavernkr'
and South West by land of Clemsnt Tavernier.

Registrar's Office,
Roseau, Dominica, 1964.

Registrar ofTitles.

NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a
Certificate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat in
the above office within six weeks from the date of the first appser-
ance of the above Schedule in the DOMINICA HeRALD news-
paper published in this Island or from the date when the notice
prescribed by law was last served on any owner or occupier of
adjoining land in respect of which the application is made.


The m.v. FEDERAL PALM has
been withdrawn from service
due to engine repairs. During
this period it is expected that
the service will be maintained
by the FEDERAL MAPLE on a
monthly basis.

All passengers having book-
ings by the FEDERAL PALM for
the next two months should
contact the Local Agents as
soon as possible.

Shipping Department
Aug. 22



Dominica Banana Growers Association

Fertiliser Credit Scheme
The Board of Management has approved of the re,
sumption of the operation of this Scheme which was sus,
ended after the hurricanes.
Application forms can be obtained from the Associa,
tion's Offices iR Roseau and Portsmouth and frmn the Dis-
trict Branch Secret:rie;.
The amount of credit granted for any holding depends
on the ability of the owner to repay his loan from the
banana sales from such holding within iz mon-hs. There,
fore, it will save time in processing applications if appli,
cants for fertilizer credit will forward their sales docket (or
sales "slips") for the preious two months along with their
applications to this office.
Growers are reminded cf the conditions governing
fertilizer credits as follows:-

I. The limit of credit to each grower shall not ex-
ceed $5oo irrespective of the number of holdings
cr estates such grower may possess.
2. Fertilisers sold on credit shall bear a service charge
of 45 cents per bag of 1; Zls.
3. A down payment of zo% shall be made in re-
spect of each credit sale.
4. There shall be ito further credit issue to ary
grower unless he had reduced his current indebted,
ness by at least 75%.
5. Repayments shall be in the form of deductions
from the banana sales of the debtor grower at the
time he receives payment ard shall be at the rate
of I cent per lb. of bananas sold.
6. Any debtor grower who attempts to evade repay-
ment of his debt by selling his bananas under the
name of another grower or undertari"-as~'iriu
--"--:--narrnito- a'-pruep c ute unr&r a --'on 20 :/'?"'
the Banana Ordinance T959.
7. All debtors in respect of the former Fertiliser
Credit Scheme (in operation before 1963) shall be
excluded from the present Scheme until they have
settled their indebtedness.
General Manager
19th August, 1964.
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