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: September 5, 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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162 EAST 78 STREET----
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T-e Finest Peaopl |
(For the General

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Welfare of the People of Dominir. the further edrancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole)

D. G.S. TOPS G. C. E.
Julian Johnson Heads A" List Guadeloupe News
nOMINICA GRAMMAR SCHOOL Candidates Old-style Houses Resist
scored eight subject passes at A advanced Level and thus From Herald Co es ondent
gained for their "reviving" school, in its new modern setting Th official figures or ,
and under a new Head, first place among Secondary The official figures for the
Schools. damage caused to Guadeloupe
Julian Johnson with pise, by Hurricane "Cleo" quote
in con omics and history YOuthfl l thirty dead, ioo injured,
came first. Other successful Disturbers 3,600 homes destroyed with
D. G.S. Candidates are: damage to a further 7,500;
Cary Harris (economics and Apologise more than 25,000 acres of
history); Edward Lambert We are pleased to print below a cultivation flattened and a
(botany a nd chemistry); letter received from thegroup who total loss estimated to be
Ronald Carls (geography) caused a disturbance during the around 65 mili-n new francs
d gra y) Y.C.W. Study Week Film Show: (around 30 million dollars
and Clifford Riyere, botay. Letter Of Apology W. .). One of the interest,
Eight boys sat the examina Sirs, ing points brought out is
tion. To remarks stayed in your !ast that older wooden houses
Next in success comes the issue, we beg to apologize for our with galvanized sloping roofs
Convent High School with behaviour.
ix subject passes: Emma Dear Sister, Y.C.W. members, stood up to the force of the
A' l aid particularly well -and all who were present, in regard wind better (in many cases)
topi beihaviur on Tuesday las, at than some modern block-
with passes n Latin, Liter the St. Geards Hal, it is clear tid built house with flat roofs.
ature and French;, Vernan, us that we have been the unwtnting it is reported that one of the
An nlirnd hacdtwo _passe cause of trouble and distress. yu .
and Marcel' a Robinson one. haI T o b- tru.hfui w have e lyt ohth"
Ten L gir sa the ea:rni'.. that our behaviour was not gende- "Plymouth' (Portsmoun)
en girls sat the examna ly. Nw that the aer has named Avril Michael, agel
tn.n. been brti;ght into the open, we feel 17 He was killed at Bana-
St. Mary 's Academy, that we owe you all a very sincere nier; he had worked at the
which entered five candid apology for any action of ours that Hoel de la Plae.
dates, gained no passes at mayhave had results quite different oage
"A" level, and neither did from what we invented. Rip n Excursion
SBelieve us, our only thought wasR i
Wesley High School (one to be helpful to you all, and if our Fully Booked
entry). Private candidate good intentions went astray, we can
Peter Bellot received an "A" but say that we are sorry. Part Proceeds For Relief
level pass in biology. Although it has made us sad to The one-day excursion to
_ _____~ ~know that we have been the cause of G via t M.
trouble, we are only too glad that the M. V.
No Viscounts the matter is now cleared up and "Ripon" is fully booked up.
o Dak trust that we .an now resume oa the Four hundred passengers will
or DOaks olu footing. If at any tine we can visit the stricken island on
Melville Hall-Herons make amends i" some material, Saturday, September I2th.
manner, we trust you all will give
Only us the chance to do so. Part proceeds from the $i0
PICARD ESTATES LTD., Yours very sincerely, fares have been donated to
agents for B.W.I.A., have PHILIP and others involved, the Guadeloupe Relief Fund.
been informed that all Dako. Y.0GW. Study Week Ends The Prefect M. Bonhomme
tas may in th- near future e Y..W. 9th annual study has planned an official recep-
withdrawn from island routes; week wa; brought to a close by Mr.tion at Pointa-Pitre.
they will only be used for H.L. Christian, Social Welfarc KEEP IT SHORT
short-haul work out of Trioni Office and Regisirar of Coopcra- KE l
dad. Dominica will be tives last Saturday evening with ,n The HERALD appeals to both
serviced by de Havilland inspiring address on leadership in contributors and correspondents
-passenger "erons" be- which he congratulated the planners to use economy of words. A
4-passenger erons beofte wek for producing a well- lot of people want space in
cause last month Melville balanced programme. these columns; please write
Hall Airport failed to pass Mr. Christian said that each briefly if you desire publication!
the final feasability tests for Y.C.W, group was a pressure group
Viscount prop-jets. T h e within its bon community, and DEFERRED
new schedule (which is, should representall classes. How, Mr. Pat Stevens' Notebook has been
ever, quality of members was more held over until next week, as well as a let.
however, not yet confirmed) important than quantity; neither er fro Mr. Gustavus Timothy, J.P.
will probably s t a r t on "stuck'up snobs" nor searchers after M.B.E., and other communications.
September i5th and calls for "cheap popularity" were wanted. LE F
ten northward trips a week Letters fom Diocesan President LATE FLASH
(none on Fridays) and South, Barnet Defo and Rev. Fr. Huys- Jaycees' J.B. Yankey (cow in
mans were read. Fr. Huysmans N.Y.) has been awarded a U.S.
ward trips on Mondays, wrote "... if you want to succeed Fulbright scholarship to read for his
Wednesday, Saturdays and you have to renew yourself continu- Ph.D. Agriculture, which he hopes
Sunday. ally." to achieve by 1966.

Tragedy At
Domestic tragedy struck at
Coilibistrie las: Monday
when Ruby Cully wr s rush,
ed to Princess Margaret Hos,
pital with three deea cutlass
slashes said to have been in,
flictd by her common-lw
husband Stanley Joseph after
a quarrel.
Salisbury Police' search for
Joseph ended on Wednesday
when his dead body was dis,
covered near his garden. He
had died from drinking a.
bo:tle of weed-killer. Ruby
Bully is recovering in hospi,
tal and should scon be able
to rejoin their three children.
FFANx Watty arrived Thursday:
(see "Student Meetings" p. it a
full ipterviw with Frank next week)
*OLVE Erand left for UK Wedns-
- --I -* .- -... a Diploma in
Eiicauoi ARLIN roN .....---
left Wednesday for one-year course
in Public Administrrtion at Carle,
ton University Canada PALI
Green injured in a jeep accidentis
making good progress* JOHN
Armstrong Art Teacher from UK
arrived thi; week under Voluntary
Services Overseas 9sheme to intro-
duce teaching art in schools*
VIVIAN Winston of Labour Depart-
ment left Thursday to ,tte1d UK
course in Industrial Relations*

Attorney General
Attorney General of the
U. S. Robert Kennedy re,
signed his post on Thursday
to begin his campaign for
United States Senator for
New York.

M. P.s Invited
To Visit Dominica
At the recent local meet,
;ng of the Commonwealth
Parliamentary Associa t i o n
which took place after
Finance Committee on Au/
gust 20, it was decided to
invite three Commonwealth
Members of Parliament to
Dominica in November.
They are likely to be
M. P.s from Britain, Canada
and Nigeria.
Nominated Member At,
nold C, Active was elected
to represent Dominica at the
forthcoming C. P. A. meet,'
ing to bn held in Jamaica on
Nov. 6. C.P.A. Associate
Member Mrs. Phyllis Shand
Allfrey, who joined : the
fr.n nimmsrl h P-rUl .
tary Associatioi in Federal
time was (on the advice of
the Attorney General) refused
permission "to attend this
recent meeting on the grounds
that her application was too
late. Com e n t e d Mrs.
Allfrey. "I don't think it
was the A. G's business to
make a ruling for an autono,
mous body like C. P. A. I
joined the C. P. A. at the
same time as the Chief Min,
ister anyway." She was
"admitted to local associate
membership" in the course
of the meeting and has since
received an official C. P. A.
letter defining the limitations
of her position.

Magistrate's Court, District "E", Roseau
TAKE NOTICE that there will be a special court on
Friday, the second day of October, 1964, at 9
o'clock in the forenoon, at Roseau, for the purpose of re-
ceiving and considering applications for certificates for
licences and the renewal of licences to sell liquor within
the sjid district.
A new application, that is, by one who at the said date
does not hold a licence that is in force, must be filed on
the statutory forms with the Magistrate and the Chief of
Police not later than Thursday, the 10th day of
September, 1964, and the applicant must advertise,
etc., as required by law.
Dated at Roseau this 2nd day of September, 1964.
Magistrate District "E"
Sept. 5-12




MR. VAN GEEST has informed the island (2) From the Field-
Associations that a serious situation sun scorch
has'arisen owing to the ear'y commence- Bananas being
ment of the seasonal deterioration of fruit be protected b'
quality and its severity. carried in padd
At this time of the year, the fruit cases they must
grows soft because of weather conditions trash.
and is then highly susceptible to bruising (3) At Private Wrappi
and the ravages of stem rot. This year Anti-latex stainin
the deterioration of quality is having a While awaiting
very detrimental effect on the market and anas must be c
the Company is finding it impossible to so that latex fr
supply the better class customers with the layer does no
15 per cent of top grade fruit they require. the layer below
The Board of Management appeals to A B oints
a!l our growers to take alt necessary pre- 4) At Buying Pointsco
cautions to avert the depression of the Bananas awc
market by sub-standard fruit, must also be c
Growers are fully aware that the only to prevent lat
way to improve fruit quality is for every- covered with tr
one to exercise the greatest care in the
selection of their bananas and in their TRUCKING- Anti-bruising,
handling and transportation at all stages.
Once more, we will remind growers of (1) Padding
the simple' precautions and elementary Truck Drivers
procedures required to ensure .that only that the paddir
high quality fruit are presented for export. is 'sufficient
OUTTINGr good condition
You must cut your, bananas (2) Packing
Truckers must
within the prescribed time e .g., operation to e
.not earlier trian 48 hours before theboys handle th
close of reception. and make an e
Thisis to nree- ... a m-Tne nus
T-Mr rot, foremost enemies of ca softtras
quality, of bananas.
Truckers must
You must wrap only good fruit over bad roads
free from bruises, broken and around bends a
cracked fingers, plantation mark- (4) Unloading
ings and other blemishes. Truckers must
To wrap a bad banana is a loading at the
crime against the industry. tion to ensure <
by the foot-boy
(Growers must always
(1) In the Field- Anti-sunscorch truckers keep their trucks
Bananas awaiting removal condition for trucking ba
from the field must be covered help to supervise the pa
with trash. bananas).
2nd September, 1964 General Ma
Ref. B. 19

Augcst 29,-th; day of Mr.
Jeffers death.
"Jeffers has gone to his
test. He waq one of those
adopted sons of this. island
- Anti-bruising and who seem :c fall deeper under
its spell and speak.for it more
headed out must eloquently than many of the
y head-pads or native born.
ed trays. In both He came to us from Trim-
b;. covered with dad a relatively young man to
teach at the Dominica Gram,
ing Sheds mar School and this is where
g he labored until his retire-
g wrapping ban- meat. Not that as a young
arful ta man his ambitions were thus
-aref u I ly stacked man have
arom fruit in one limited. He might have
om fruit in one i been an author could he bu:
t stain those in gess the solution to thi.
elusive riddle that leads to
- Anti-latex stain- success in wriang. But he
h laboured hard at it. He
Ititing purchase might have been a lawyer
carefullyy stacked but he abandoned that voca,
tex staining and t;on when he was within
rash. sightof his goal. Th: range
broken fingers of his endeavour though it
etc. brought. him few, diplomas
enriched the personality of
must see to it the man and there id no one
ig of their trucks who came in contact v.ith
and always in him who was not somewhat
awed by his reserved manner,
his soft voice, his few words.
supervise this During his lifetime he had
ensure that foot- already become a name for
e fruit careful lly generations of old b -ys of the
fficientjob of it. Dominica Graomar School
pIace a layer of o ,
between layers measure and record his pre,
sence not by the abundance
of any fortune he hoarded in
drive carefully this life, for he took nothing
and slow down material out of it; but for the
nd sharp curves many ways in which he
enriched the lives of others -
stimsupervise un- ulating them to an appre,
Reception Sta- ciaton of English and the
arefcuI handling classics and the cold logic of
arefuhandl maths. Fr thi we are all
ys. his heirs. He could not
insist that the have so endowed us with all
in the proper the world's goods. Let us
inanas and must then jin in sadness at his
picking of their passing."
Trinidad Aids
OYD Guadeloupe

Death News ,Mrs. Tavernier, continued in the that of other friends, rendered dur- CARD OF THANKS
community of Roseau. ing her illness.
On August 25th 1942 the decg m r (U, Mr. F. P. Carbon wishes to thank
THE shadow of death peacefully eased got married to Mr. F. P. Car, Her aing mother, (Mun) Miss the staff of his department and all
stopped the life of Mrs. Mary bn of the Agricultural xIepart,.ent, D Jules of the Domestic Centre in friends who sent wreaths and cards
Carbon (Tanna) when she breathed in the Roseau Cathzdral. Her mar, Portsmouth, stepchildren Daphney of sympathy on the occasion of the
her last breath at the Princess Mar- ked character endeared her to be true, and Jasmin, and her beloved hus death of his beloved wife.
garet Hospital at ii p.m. on Thurs, ly devoted to her beloved husband band re immediate members of the
day 27thAugust, 964 atthe age during her 22 years of peaceful mar family inDominica, wh her aunt Tribute To M r.
of 52. red life IMooma and children in U.K. whom
Born and reared in Reseau, her she left to mourn her loss. J6fers
life career began as home-mate of the The manner in which the staff of ,
late Miss Minna Serah, and thus de, the medical department, with special, The fir:t class funeral which was The following is the text
veloped a character to gain mass love mention of the P.M.H. section, and Iwell attended by many loved friends of a tribute to the late Mr.
and popularity amongst the many re- husband cared for her during the and sympathie'-s, was conducted by N. A, Jeffers delivered by
latives and numerous friends of the long period of her illness, was a Rev. Fr. Jolly, from the house of K. H. C. Alleyne, Q. C.;
late Miss Serah. criterion of the departed lady's mourning at corner of Upper Lane st Vice-Preident of the
The fidelity which followed and nature. and King George V Street, then to ist VicPresident of
shared during life between the dec-, Miss Adeline Johnson's love to Ihe Roman Catholic Cemetery. D. G. Old Boys Associa-
eased and the late, then Miss Edith the deceased and family was mani' M Her Sou R tio, at the Methodist Church
S.illingford who died in N. Y. as fes:ed by marked kindness, amongse on the afternoon of Saturday,

The Trinidad Cabinet
last week decided ro make a
donation of $1o,o00 for the
relief of distress in Guade,
loupe is a result of ths hurri,
cane either in cash or in kind
as may be disposed by His
Excellency the French Am,
b, ssador in Port of S>ain.
The HERALD acknow,
ledges with thanks copies of
Mate; et Magistra by Pope
John XXIII, asid two books
on economics, for present,
tion to the Dominica Public
Library from Mr. J. D.
Buffonge of Dorchester,
Mass., U. S. A.





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(Cont. from last week) voiunteers, wno can a er pro"
ject the Canadian Centennial
Science has some clues have suffered from impair, Crusade, will be joined by
Disturbance of the mind ment ofjudgment, delusions, governments, industry,univer,
is no. a sign of guilt or or inability to get along with sites and foundations all
shame, but an illness. Irre, other people. They fell into across Canada.
sponsible behaviour is a hypochondria, alcoholism, or
symptom, just as limping is ailments like migraine, aller, Everyone Has A Part To Play
a symptom of a strained gies, or a "death wish" that
tendon. took them out of society into There is a place for every
At last, a ft e r groping seclusion. Yet they were citizen in this effort to elimi,
t r n notable for the greatness of nate mental illness and to
about in the dark tfo coun their accomplishments. relieve those who are attacked
less ages, man has hit unon Py it.
some clues in the labyrinth Mental retardation by it.
of the human mind. While At another point on the (Cout. on p. io)
relatives and acquaintances scale are those who are retard,
will search the family tree ed. While estimates vary, it
with the idea of placing is usual to place the prev ,-
blame, the scientist searches lence of clearly established re- Pa-ents Respon-
with the hope of finding facts tardation at three per cent of
that will help in treatment. the population. If the school Sible For
The scientist does not want age population is surveyed, it Delinquency
to participate in the ritual of is usual to fiid as high as cen
punishment but wishes to per cent who, if not clinically "Delinquency in all communities
restore health. mentally deficient, are at least has only come about because of
The spectre of mental ill, on the border line and re parents toleration of disobedience,
1 o *insolence and irreverence and be,
nets held in olden days is quire special training and nsoence to d ien parents do. b-t
being banished by new dew education. watch their conversation in the pre,
velopmeats in diagnosis and In the words of Dr. Hen, sence of their children" stated Mrs.
treatment. Hospitals are be, ry Dunn, professor of pedi, Hugh Hari -- a prominent amem-
coming treatment centres atrics at t'ie Unversity of b ofthe Social League of Catholic
rather than places where peo- Briidh Columbia: "It is addr meng a 350 strong audienceon
ple are locked up. But gigantic problem; numerical, "PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY IN
much remains to be done. ly and socially it is the most DOMINICA" at the Young Christian
"toti -Mr. ario -lhapoersnellf-onc-o -tsaDhuty 'rij c g
to heipl They can opeI of children in Canada evening.
their minds so as to gain an today." Mrs. Harris herself the mothts
of eight children added "Parents
understanding of what mental The Prime Minister, Hon. who wish to help children towards
illness ;s and the possibilities Lester B. Pearson, sounded a happy decent life need to empha-
there are for effective trpat, a hopeful note when he ad, sise the imperishable qualities of
ment. They can deal with dressed a dinner of the Joseph honey, integrity, unselfishness and
sufferers as people who are P. Kennedy Jr. Foundation ll e pfor law and rdmbert. Abo
afflicted by a disease, in Ne v York this year. if we seek to be trusted, obeyed and
Two things are necessary: Speaking of developments in resocctei by our childrenwe must
to avoid thinking or saying the field of retardation in be the patterns of examples. Re-
"it's all in your imagination" Canada, he said: "There is member children can detect insin-
-ceriy frm afar and in orderthat
and urging the sufferer to active and growing volunteer they my cmay out their responsi-
"snap out of it. In most leadership. There is new bilityof "Honour Thy Father and
cases the troubled person has emphasis on research projects, Thy Mother," continually blazoned
a real ailment and cannot new faith in their outcome. fom Sinai, we must prove our
help doing what he is doing, There is an effective partner, worth in their sight."
With a stern voice she said "Too
or stop doing it when he is ship of volunteer and lay often parents say 'I am anxious that
told to, any more than a per, societies with Government and school reopens; I am sick of
son with tuberculosis can with science. We are spurr, Johnny'. They believe that the
stop coughing on demand. ed by the prospect of achieve, schools ace SOLELY responsible for
Even if a sickness does ing 95 percent success in thechilds formation of character. It
originate in the imagination, giving the retarded useful is t th primary unci of parents to
it is none the less real. The community lives." ing and help them on their jour,
mind acts upon a man as The first parent groups ney...Ifyou do not discipline your
really as does gravitation, formed to cope with the pro, boys, God have mercy on your
Satan says in Milton's Para, bkm of retardation in children girls!"
ost: "The mind its cameinto being in 947. Afer some laughter provoking
dis Lost "The mind is its came into being in 947.remarks, she stated that today it is the
own place, and in itself'can Today, there is a Canadian common practice to blameinflunc
make a heaven of hell, a hell Association for Retarded outside the home, especially the
of heaven." Children with ten provincial media of mass communication, when
All mental illness is not associations. T h e s e are a child goes wrong;'All these are
secondary influences and if the in,
feeble-mindedness. It has organizing a major project to graining of a sene of decency by th
diverse forms. A g o o d mark Canada's Centenary of parents had been effectually done
many people who have Confederition. This is made all the secondary influences would
al sills of a high order up of development of an van sh. "Too often" she went on to
also have personal difficulties, education research and s say, "parentsdo iore thinking and
Look at the great number of training centre, diagnostic worrying about the amount of
geniuses in art, science, litera, assessment and counselling, aprec ucoserned to the fad havtand
ture, acting and research who techniques to make the retard, the same time the childrensW minds

are beinc induced with garbage. Bringing her talk to a climax she
The children todiy are being fed opcic-i on tn. spiritual responsibility
the idea that peoples' status is jud-ed of parents "Not every mother or
by their conspicuous consumption father wlo rushes to mass every Sun-
VORTH. In answer to a question fiom t e
Mrs. Harris with twenty eight floor, relative to the sex education of
years in child nuturement knew the children.... parents, Mrs. Harns
truth when she said: said "It is quite wrong, I feel, that
a child should be told fairy.tales
"It is hari for many parents to (or in local parlanse "TIM Tis"').
believe that their children cannot be We arc on toe stage of darkness co
brought up as they were brought up. more. One of the drawbacks of
We are having such radical changes society is that the youth are finding
all around us that we the older ones out things THE WRONG WAY."

are inclined to be intolerant with
the changes. However it will be
seen that mostof the changes involve
differences in expression and not in

Aug. 22-Sept. 12


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Aug. 26--Sept. 5
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Mental Health's New Look
From the Monthly letter of the Royal Bank of Canada




atmosphere ard a hundred)]
other nations in the world I
joined us. t

ruu Ijiyuliiuu i Peace
Spe h "The true courage of thi;
Snclesr age lies in the quest
The following are some for pace. There is no place
extracts from President John in ;oay's world for wee.k,
sosn's speech a delivered, ness. But there is also no
accepting the Democratic lace in today's world for
Party's nomination n Thur, recklessness. We cannot act
day. August 27, as its candi/ rashly with the n u c e a r
da e for Presidenit in the weapons ch:t cculd destroy
November 3 election. "We uI dl. The on!y course is
will try to letd you, as we t, press with all o-lr mind
were led by .ha: great cham/ and all our will to make t
picn of freedom the man sure, doubly sllre, that -hese s
from Iod.pe-idence -- Harry weapons are never really used
S. Truman. at all.
But the gladness of this Vision
hIgh occasion cannot mask
the sorrow which shares our "It is between th 3ie who
hearts. So let us here to/ have vision and those who
night, each of us, all of us, see what can be, and those
rededicate ourselves to keep, who want only to maintain
ing burning the golden torch the status quo. It is between
of promise which John Fitz, those who welcome the future
gerald Kennedy set afame. and those who turn away
And Lt none of us stop fiom is promise. This is
to rest until we have written the true cause of freedom.
into the law of this land all The man who is hungry,
the suggestions that made up who cannot find work or
the John Fitzgerald Kennedy educate his children, who is
program and then let us co:j- bowed by want that man
tinue-to supplement that pro, is not fully fr e.
gram with the kind of laws For more than thirty years
that he would have us write. fromsocial security to the
S ._ ,war against poverty we
upWer ntheid have diligently worked to
"We are in the midst of enlarge the freedom of man,
the largest and the longest and as a rule, Americans
period of peacetime prosperity tonight, are freer to live as
in our history, and almost they want to live, t: pursue
every American listening to their ambition, to meet their
us tonight has seen the re, desires, to raise their families
suits in his own life. than at any time in all of our
But prosperity for most has glorious history,
not brought prosperity to all. And every American
And those who have received knows in his heart that this
the bounty of this land- is right.
is right.
who sit tonight secure in I am determined in all the
affluence and safe in power- time that is mine to use all
must not now turn from the the talents that I have for
needs of their neighbors. bringing this great, loveable
Strongest Defense land, this great nation of ours
"And I report tonight as t gethe I together, in greater
President of the United States unity in pursuit of this comn
and as Commander-in-Chief mon purpose I truly be-
of the Arned Forces on the lieve that we some day will
strength of your country; aad see an America that knows
I tell you that it is greater no North, no East, or West
than any adversary. I assure an America that is unli,
you that it is greater than the vided by creed or color and
combined might cf all the untorn by suspicion or strife.
nations, in all the wars, in all T h e Founding Fathers
the history of this planet. dreamed America before it
And I report our superiority was. The pioneers dreamed
is grow .g. of great cities on the wilder,
Wtappns do not make ness that chey had crossed.
peace. Men make peace. Our tomorrow is on its way.
And peace comes not It can b' a shape of darkness
through strength alone, but or it can be a thing of beauty.
through wisdom and patience The choice is ours, is yours.
and restraint. For it will be the dream that
And these qualities under we dare to dream. I know
the leadership of President what kind cf a dream Frank,
Kennedy brought a treaty lin Delano Roosevelt, Harry
banning nuclear tests in the S. Truman and John F.

Kennedy would dream if theyI
were here tonight, and I
:hink, and I know what
kind of a dream you want to
Tonight we of the Demo,
cratic Party confidently go
before the. people offering
answers not retreat offering
unity not division -- offering
hope not fear nor smear.
We do ofttr the people a
choice the choice of con,'
tinuing on the couragecus
and the compassionate course
that has made this nation the
strongest and the freest, and
the most prosperous and the
most pea:ef:l nation in the
history of mankind."U.S.I.S.


The Missing
Mr. Denis HiggF, Univer,
sity Professor on whose be,
half the P. M of N. Rhode,
sia, Mr. Kaunda, appealed
for an international search,
was found blindfolded and
bound in a car in Johannes,
burg, 700 miles, from the re,,
frge he had sought in N.
Rbod-sia. Higgs, a white
man, had married an African
Goqernnient agreed to hand
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further by your Lffort to dis,
scciate the usage of he word
'Incite' with 'Instigate'; you;'
statement that Mr. Lewis was
confusingg' the two words.
There cannot be any
'confusion' of these two
words, since they are in fact
synonymous; and along vith
these two, are 'Abet' and
All these words stress 'a
stirring up' or 'Urging on'
which may or may not

WE have devoted nearly a page of this could not provide subsistence for its imply ''niiatir g'.
newspaper to the question of over rapidly increasing population, there would "Instigate" definitely im,
population limelit by the recent UN in the future be the possibility of migra plies responsibility for initiate,
disclosure that in certain parts of the world, tion to other planets. This prophetic ing another's action and
human beings are reproducing themselves utterance, which we cannot now quote u s u ally connotes uncier/
at analarming rate: one such 'population verbatim, was made years before the handedness or evil intention.
explosion' centre is the Caribbean. American rocket reached the moon. As your paper is known
The island of Dominica, (unlike some If West Indians in general breed fast to be reasonably frark on
of its neighbours) is under rather than (which we do), East Indians, South East such matters of general inter/
overpopulated; yet in this island (which Asians and Chinese bred even faster. It est and of non-phlitical
has hitherto taken a firm authoritative is one of the United Nations self/appoint- nature, may I look forward
stand on moral grounds against birth con- ed duties to feed. hungry mouths. That to your a mission in due
trol) an appalling number ot abortions is why they are concerned. They are con, course, that you have been
take place. Ask the Doctors. Inquire cerned also with infant and maternal mor, caught in the slips by 'The
at Princess Margaret Hospital; ask why tality, poverty, famine and misery. Bank Of English Pen' of
the banks of the Roseau River are some- The birth control problem is not an S. J. Lewis.
times called 'the home of dead babies'. easy one, since it. is spiritual as well as STAR S. LESTRADE.
We regard abortion as a grave evil, far physical. We think it can and will be -
worse t h a n deliberate contraception, resolved for the good of mankind, and
because of its physical and irrevocable that even as we propel a pen with our Feeder Road
damage to both mother and unborn child, fragile human hand, steps are being taken Wanted
The population issue is, however, a towards its resolution. We love babies
global rather than a local one. Once, and are en'ireiy in favour of colonising the Dear Editor,
listening to the radio in faraway London, planets with the highest form of life. But ea r i
we-;rea-rdnewto thiseffect: PIop i, thecolomists wiTiiave to be strong, weF tors of Concord Valley are
XII had declared that even if the earth nourished and healthy.. very thankful for the free
fertilizers which we received.
n l P s could mean to stimulate, goad, We have tried our best to
People's Post or on (to some noble work to get satisfaction to
Correspondents are asked to sFibmit their f'll names and addresses as I i\. t e the industries. But o u r
a guarantee of god faith, but not necessarily for puhication. Letters should I deed); ut the common w
be as shot as possible. Controversial political Iitters will not be pub- acceptance of its meaning egrets this, we have no
shed anonymously. Views expressed in People's Pos do not necessarily today is, alas, to incite. Ma feeder rads, in transporting
reflect the policy of the Edtor or te prietor.Iadd that Cicro, Livy an the amount ofbananas whc
St. Joseph Man i dhui le malheur l'a fra e, Vergil make use of the word we have spoiling on the trees
iveos h je partage grandement ses (LatinInstig) particularly in through lack of ransporta
Gives $300 douleurs; en consequance, e dedications. tin.
Dear Madame Editor, vous demand de transmettre In my 1960 copy of Many of the peasants have
Knowing that you are like a ce people hospitalier, mes Roget's Thesau s, nstigate more than eight acres under
myself very interested in the sympathies les plus profondes; comes under the heading: culivation.
people of the French neigh, aussi jenvoie la modest Motive springs of action: and We are kindly asking the
boring Islands, I have some de trois cents dollars, is a companion to such Govrnment if ty will be
thought it my duty to send que vous utihserez avec voire words as induce ind enough, t help s in

this situation with the feeder
road leading from Stonefield
t> Crappo Hall.
Your faithfully,

Dictatorship in
O. A. S. A.
Grateful if you would per,
mit me space in your paper tj pub'
lish this letter.
Perhaps it will be of interest mo
spot fEns in the island to know a
ht:le of how the present sports asso-
catio. nov; runs. Here are a few
notable ubservatuons made by a very
keen observer. i'rom the tirr.e this
new body was elected fourteen months
ago the vice-president Mr. S. S. Les-
trade has chaired seven of the nine
meetings held so far. Minutes of
pr~viojs meeting were read on two
occasions only by the secretary, and
only once the whole membership of
twelve ha\ e ever been present at these
meetings. Certain members conti-
nue to use their authority in spend,
the association, funds without prior
approval of the governing body.
The lion. secretary has never sun.-
moned a meeting as prescribed by
tne constitution, the usual way is by
s ~n ofteL nhane ln h nemnml

muS.a ao L*.lJ one or y L t!.ai.aaL
contact at the very last moment. Ar-
rangements to pay the enuie boarding
and lodging tees for the St. Lucia
Cricket team which involved some
seven to eight hundred dollars were
made by toe President and the Sec-
-rotaryea- ^tkyGls*StPlax**. Y) -
who is not the secretary cfthe associa-
Mr. Lancelot, the present secretary,
has cease to regard his du.iee as such
since he was not invite'( to attend the
Windward Islands Cricket Board
meeting held here last May where
Mr. T. H. Siil!iugford was elected
as president of the Windward Is-
lands Cricket Board of Control, and
Mr. Eddie Robinson wai made secre-
tary by some unknown reason.
Only 'reLenrly it was made known
to me by a member of the governing
body that the reason for not having
the 1963 Popham Football ltourna-
ment played m Dominica was due to
a rather poor invitation extended by
our secretary to the three other islands
in the torm of clippigs from the
: (Cont. on p..ge 7)

you a copy of a letter which sagesse envers les sinistres du
I posted to the Prefet of cyclone Cleo.
Guadeloupe. Recevez Mr. le Prefet mes
Respectfully Yours salutations les plus distinguish.
St. Joseph -

St. Joseph
28 August 64.
Alvin Armantrading,
St. Joseph Dominica W.I,
Mr. Le Prefet de la Guade-
Mr. Le Prfet, loup
J'ai veur une vingtaine
d'annies en Guadeloupe, on
j'ai partage sesjoies ses plaisirs,
et ses bonheurs. Au-jour,

2nd August, 1964,

Lewis Is Righter
Madam,- I have been
instigated by a member of
my family to join in the
verbal battle. I would say
that both Lewis and Allfrey
are right, but Lewis (to mis-
quote George Orwell) is
righter than Allfrey.
Instigate could be an agree,
able word, but by custom
and usage or abusage it has
become an alarming one. It

prompt, animate, provoke
and actuate.
Yours truly,
29th Aug., 1964.
The Editor,
Madam, Your reply to
Mr. S. J. Lewis' objection
to the sense of your use of
the word 'Instigation' in
today's issue of the HERALD
is, in my opinion, an un,
fortunate piece of publicity.
Mr. Lewis is once again
right. You are wrong still

Dominica Banana Growers' Association

Hurricane Insurance Claims for
Windstorm Jamage

GROWERS arJ requested to note carefully that as from
this date q receipt will be given by the Local Officer,
Winban, Roseau or the Assistant Local Officer, Wesley for
each claim receive; for windstorm damage to bananas
(The Association's Branch Manager, Portsmouth will similarly
give receipts for claims filed through his Office).
Otherwise, it will not be possible for this Office to deal
with complaints about claims alleged to have been duly
filed, but which cannot be traced,

24th Aug., 1964.
.tug. 29--Sept. 5

General Manager




People's Post
(Cont. from p. 6)
Dominica Chronicle of last Septem,
At the time cf writing which is
exactly fourteen w e eks after the
Cr cket Tournament the governmie
body have meet once with only six
members press, nt to release some eight,
teen hundred dollars to enable the
Dominica Netball Team to partici-
pate in the netball series in Trini-
dad. But the rion. Treasurer Mr.
0. SyWes has paid out more bills
than one could imagine.
The general public who c ntri,
buted so much to the last tourna,
ment is still to know whether or not
it was a success.
It i- stated in tr'e constitution that
if at any time or for any reason an
elected member shall cease to take an
active pa:t in the association, it shall
be lawful for the governing body by
a majority of votes to request the of-
fending member to tender his or. her
resignation forthwith. I am sure if
this very important rule is put into
effect we would be able to see many
new faces in the governing body.
If my memory serves me right I
think I can still remember the fare,
well address made last year by the
out-going President Mr. F.A. Baron,
who said that he feels a younger
and more efficient governing body
is just what is needed to carry on
-wi-h the ever increasing problems
that lie ahead. The present gov-
erning body is surely not living
up to that wish.
Thanks for space,
C. A. SYLVESTER, Goodwill-

he is, as far as this wey of life is
concerne, one of those half-~its of
whom Alexander Pope in nis
-.ssay On Man very aptly stated:
......A little knowledge is a
dangerous thing."
Charles went on to iake up oni
(and only one!) of the points I made
in my letter defending S.M.A. I
conveyed the idea that some (if many)
parents in Dominica are negligent.
Charles expressed the idea that I
had charged aU Dominican parents
with negligence, neglects himself hat
part of my letter which states ihat
the majority of boys at S.M.A. are
capable ; nd willing, which state-
ment is an indiiecc compli-ent to
the majority ofDominican parents.
In this connection Charles genera-
lized where I was particular. He
misrepresented my stritenents through
a logically invalid process of deduct,
ion. He should know that what is
true of some is not necessarily true of
all, even in the same group. Some
men are negroes, but this does not
justify one in saying that all men are
I now come -o his personal in,
vective against me. The feebleness
of this attack rests in the fact that
Charles only asked an array of rhe,
torical questions and made a few
vague statements about my perton-
ality. To show the weakness of the
attack is enough defence. However,
how can anybody who does not
know the facts view, without mis,
giving against Charles, anything he
asked or said about me, while in the
same letter he so easily bypassed the
purpose expressed in the caption and
first sentence of tie letter and slyly
turned to attack me. He talks in

Castle Bruce
Steps Forward

Dear Madam.
On the request of Mrs.
Lovelace, President of the
Red Crss Society cn the
radio, we the people of
CGstle Bruce got on the move
v.ith right judgement; we
did not wait for any instruc,
tons but we worked on our
own, and were successful in
getting several packages with
men's clothing, w o m e n's
cloibing a nd children's.
We also had a fruitful meet,
ing called by the Develop.
meet Officer, Mr. Simon
at which the people agreed
to having a Villge Coun,
cil. I, W. Murphy, ?s a
representative of the Red
Cross Society thanked~ all
those who supported chis
worthy cause (aid for Guade,

1oupe). Cash amounting to WIFE NOTICE
887 520 was donated. I, Edward LeBlanc ofCalibisbie,
W. M~URPHY, h:rey declare tat I am nc longer
C-stlc -rtc'. responsible for any debts or other
liabilities incurred by .ny ,"ifc,
SUPPORT THE Th"r:sa (nCe Tcussaint). who left
my home and protection, two
H E f L r D months ago a nd refuses to return.

Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
t ereon and Ca-'eata for the week ending the 5th day of Sept, 1964
Nature of Request whether for
a' of Request Person Presenting Certificate of Title or Noting
thereon or Cavaat
Request for 'ne issue of a First Ce'-
Requect dated Luke Fagan tificate of Title (*ith plan attach-
ed) in respect of a portion of land
31st Aug., 1964 situate at Morne Jaune, in the
by his Solicitor Parish of St. David, in the Colony
Presented ofDominica,containing 1.198 acres,
31st Aug., 1964 Cilma A. M: and bounded as follows:- On the
at 3.45 p.m. Dupigny North by lands of Leo. Jno.
Baptiste and Garfield Archibald,
On the East by land of Elsie Charles, On the South by land of Horvey
Remain. And on the West by laud of Elsie Charles.
Registrar's Office (Sgd.) JoSEPH V. JFAN PIERRE,
Roseau, Dominica, 1964 Registrar or Titles
NOTE:-Any person wno desires to object to the issuing of a Cer-
tificate ofTitle on the above application may enter a Caveat inthe coove
office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the above
Schedule in theDoul wrcA I-IER1LD Newsoaoer published in this Island or
from the date when the notice prescribed by law was last served on any
owner or occupier n" adjoining land in respect of which the application
is made.
Sept. 5-12

S.M.A. Expulsions
--A Defence

On my return from Martinique on
Tuesday August 25 I read in the
August 22 issue of the Dominica
Herald a letter written by a certain
Charles purpcrt.n3 t- reexamine
the issue of expulsion with me, who
had in a letter appearing in the
Dominica Chronicle on Augus I and
in the Dominica Herald on August
8, attempted to defend S.M.A. on
the question of expulsion. Without
a doubt, Charles failed to achieve
his purpose, either deliberately or
inadvertently. He only touched up-
on the question of expulsion, while
the greater part of his letter was
devoted to a feeble and spineless
invective against my personality.
He stated that I "with much
emphasis condone expulsion without
regard for the human element or
Christian background which the
said school claims." Human beings
have their weakn-sses. God knows
this and forgives them their sins up
to a certain point. That is why we
-t S.M.A. give boys a chance, such
as I described in my previous letter.
But ifCharles thinks that in order to
be Christ:an one must not expel
people from anything or must allow
peoi le to do what they want, does
he not indicate that he believes
(when it is convenient, ofcourse!)
that Christ, whom the Bible reports
to have driven sellers and buyers out
of the temple for turning the
"House of Prayer" into a "den of
thieves", is the most unChristian of
all Or is it that he is ignorant of
the principles and tenets of the
Christian way of life? Perhaps, too,

J=S 16tL Du SIcIuuut i 'a ui an
good taste.- But unless he is imita-
ting the Latin writer Cicero, who
in his writings often uses the majes-
tic plural ("we") to designate him-
self, does Charles or any of his
accomphces realise that it is foolish,
dishonourable and in bad taste to be
so sly, so deceitful?
Permit me to dwell upon
another point. Every p e r s o n in
Dominica has at least two names -
a first name and a surname. Charles
signed nis letter with only one name,
and so did not reveal his full identity,
although he was writing against
someone whose identity was well
known. Is this not an unmistakable
sign of cowardice, which c'n easily
be covered up with the word "pru-
dence" or "discretion'?
St. Thomas Aquinas, world re,
owned Catholic philosopher and
theologian, wrote in his Summa
Theologica: "Operatio se,'uitu- ess:."
(As a being acts, so it is.) Perhaps
I should call Charles an educated
fool, a sardonic snob, or even a
monkey's un-le; but I refrain.
Thank you very much, madami
for your space.

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Madam,-Kindly publish!
Traffic Police, please open
your eyes. We old-timers
are looking for fewer accidents
and better law-keeping.
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H o 1 1 p 1. l ; q







THE sensational news released last Sunday by the United i He felt that Denmark and Ceylon haJ give, the best
Nations via the BBC that their recent Survey on World answers to Professor Arnold Toynbee's dize warnings
population reveals human beings are reproducing themselves against the population explosion, His own a n s w e r
faster than ever before has shacken thousands of hitherto "Toynbee said we don't have enough hats. So we must
complacent individuals, cut off some of the heads. I say we need to make more
"Faster than ever before "says the U. N. Survey about hats, or else take some of the hats from the places where
the explosive global birth rate 63 millions a year the they are now stacked up."
highest rate ofincrease since 1962; East Asia (including Mgr Ligutti sail that nether he nor the Holy See hsd
China) leads with 74 millions increase since &tat year, but ever sought to influence the FAO or its Director-General,
the principal fastest increase is in central America including Mr. B. R. Sen, in his agency's campaign against famine.
the Caribbean. In view of this shock, we print below ---
two articles one from a Trinidad T. U Journal, the other What Birth )may walk out on her any time.
reprinted (with due acknowledments to both) from' The 3 These are the people who are most
Givarian, Britain, on this vital and controversial subject. ControlI really qualified to talk about what birth
control means. Thbqkn-.w what
We print the report: from the Rome Correspondent of the Means they have to coend ithand some
Guardian (Gecrge Armstong) first:- times even their husbands would be
Di,_-- hi_ ;.. _.a- 10. lC rsurorised to hear whatthev really

Birth Pill And Poverty

The Vatican's observer to the United Nations Food
and Agriculture Organisation says that he was misquoted
last week by a speaker at the Methodist Church's annual
"I had been correctly quoted in the "Guardian" inter,
view (ofJuly 4) but nowhere in that interview did I say
that there is no connection between population and poverty.
Also, the speaker, Mr. Rogers (the Rev. Edward Rogers, a
past president of the Methodist Church), has failed to see the
difference betweenra concomitant and a cause.
I never said the plain nor.sense which he has attribute i
to me. I have said, however, again and again, that even

away with poverty."
Monsigror Luigi Ligutti, an American and the Vati-
can's observer to FAO since 1946, has long been a student
of the population problems in Latin America and rejects
the notion that the Roman Catholic Church has been
responsible for poverty there.
"The Church in that area is itself very poor," he said.
"All the income property in Latin America, from the
Texas border to Patgorta, does not equal the income
property owned by one (Anglican) parish, Trinity of Wall
Street. It is just as wrong to blame the Catholic Church
for the social injustices in South America as it would be to
blame the Protestants, the Baptists, and others for the social
injustices in the Southern states of the US."
Monsignor Ligutti thinks that much of the planned
parenthood movement is now being financed by some of
the pharmaceutical companies who are makers of the birth
control pill.
"I would have the family planners and the pill people
devote their time and funds to a plan for the redistribution
of the population and the world's food supply. Some
countries, like Haiti and San Salvador, are getting close to
the ragged edge, with their resources overtaxed by the popu-
lation. But this is not true of all Latin America. Oh,
no. Who can say that God meant the Haitians to stay on
"It is international social injustice to keep people on
land which cannot support them. On the o:her hand,
the population explosion may be a blessing in disguise, an
incentive to develop the natural resources,

The Best Answers

Mgr Ligutti is not convinced by the "economic pie"
theory that fewer mouths would mean more food. In
fact, he sees as dangerous any "miracle or disaster" which
would reduce the world's population. "This would have
the effect of sanctifying the status quo, and particularly
in places where now there is already social injustice."

ay virmey mo nammed
UY 11517' I BIil5lBUIIIU
Whenever the controversy about
birth control flres up, it is remark,
able how seldom anyone argues
from the woman's point ofview.
People write and talk auhoritatively
about whether or not the country can
support the rapidly expanding ic,
creasein population, they discuss
the religious aspect, they quotesta-
tistics to bolster up.their par:cular
opinions. But few people takeinto
account the felingsand wishes of
the thousands of women w.ho
are mothers and who are after all,
the ones most intimately concerned
with the effects of the Froblcm.

--Tire- Wmei's ipilni0on
Now it is natural for most x'omen
towant babies but what woman
wants to have more children than
she can afford; and what woman
wants to weaken her body by bear,
ing a child every year for several
years? What woman wants another
baby when she and her husband are
finding it difficult to feed and clothe
the children they already have?
When she knows that sne may have
to keep one of the bigger children
from school to help out at homer
What woman wants another baby
before she has recovered her strength
from the one before!
I know of a young girl of 2o
who has 6 children. Two children
are still caking bottle and one is on
the breast. Do you thing she wants
another one this year Sae is a good
mother and loves her husband and
children but they live in one room
unaer somebody's house and me
man cannot find a regular job.
Sometimes they do not have enough
to eat and sometimes the children on
bottles have to be content with
sugar and water while the eldest has
to stay away from school because he
has no shoes.
If you were to ask her opinion
about birth control she would not be
able to tell you anything about the
state of the country's economy or the
moral implications of birth control.
But can you deny that she would
know what birnh control information
would mean to here Or if you
prefer, ask the women who work in
the cnefields who already have six
or seven children; or ask the woman
who is working to help her husband
build a house; and last but not
least, ask the woman who is living
with, but not married to a man who

Confused Ideas
Many people have confused ideas
and feelings about sex and as birth
control is so closely connected with
sex, they carry this confusion into
their thinking about birth control.
But all b.rth control means is trying
to regulate the size of the family and
having babies only when both
parents want them. It may be a
matter of spacing them out so that
they come every two years instead of
every year. Or it may be waiting
until a home is built or a husband
finds a job, or even when he re-
covers from an illness and can re-
urn to work. It may also mean
stopping altogether when tie nan
and his wife feel that they have had
enough and t'-e eldest children are
beginning to marry and produce
Methods Of Birth Control
Trinidad is lucky in having access
to 4ll the mo;t modern methods that
science has devised and most Doc/
tors are willing to advise on these
matters. Everyone can have a choice
of methods and even people of strong
religious convictions can choose be
tween abstinence and what is called
the "safe period" or rhythm method.
This consists of working out the
times cfthe month when a woman is
fertile and avoiding these dates. It
involves a certain amount of calcu-
lation but any Doctor can explain
how it is done and as long as the
woman keeps a careful check she
can avoid becoming pregnant.
The seco.id group of methods in,
voives the use of certain tabl,ts or
..i.-m '- h-o~.r ., ,.r .

rubber devices at the time of inter,
Course. These are obtainable at
most drug stores at reasonable prices
and are effective as long as they are
used without fail. The rubber device
for womea must be fitted by a Doc-
tor and will last for a year or two if
handled carefully, blt it should be
checked every few months in case
i: I et; its shape or the rubber dete-
riorates. Mo;u ofthese methods cost
between $r. oo and $5.oo but some
of them can work out to less than
50 per time.
The third type of method consists
of a course of 20 pillq to be taken
by mouth by the woman every
month. They must be taken regu-
larly according to the instructions
given by the Doctor who prescribes
then and if done so, they will pro-
tect the woman for the whole month
without her having to use anything
else. I these cist between $2.oo0 nd
$3.50 per month in Trinidad.
Within the past few months a
new method has been introduced in-
to Trinidad but at present only one
or two Dactors are using it. It con-
sists of a little plastic coil placed
right inside the wo-nb by a doctor
and left there until the husband and
wife want another baby when it can
be removed easily.
All these methods are:st:ccesful as
long as they are used regularly and
carefully. And whenever the hus-
band and wife decide tha ,they want
aOftiWuy, ali eny yL av o o is
to stop using the method and start
counting the days!
There is one final method wh;ch
is irrevocably permanent but no one
would recommend it unless both
husband and wife are absolutely sure
that they will never want' an.y more
children, ahhough Doctors some-
tires have to advise it when a wo-
man is suffering from some se-
rious illness such as some kinds of
heart disease where having a baby is
a risk to her life. This is an opera-
tion which is q u i c k 1 y and easily
done by a doctor and it does not
harm the woman in any way. Noth,
ing is removed from her body and
only a little cut is made.
Any'ue who has ever worried
about their children's future, who
has ever felt anxiety about poverty or
unemployment, who has ever had
one child too soon after another, has
a right to know about these matters
and has a d u t y to consider
them carefully.
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lartinique nClub s of nuclear, weapons. A topI
vq Soviet delegate told a seventeen-nit)
Or Puerto RiCO ion disarmament confer nce that such
a treaty would end all nuclear aggres-
Back in Martinique after sion and expressed strong support for
during Trinidad and Dom/ the proposal by a Ethiopian delegate
S a r o that the next United Nations General
ica wth a group ofschocli Assembly should convene c world
>ys from the Caribbean conference to drft the treaty outlaw-
riends Club and having ing the use of nuclear weapons in
;en host in Martinique to war. Western delegates described
e S. M. A. touring team the roposalas impractical and likely
der Mr. Murphy, Mr. to create a false and dangerous sense
under Mr. Murphy, Mr. of security.
erre Lucette reports that he Meanwhile Pope Paul decleared
ill leave soon with some recently that he was opposed to
ult members of his Glub the use of nuclear weapons to settle
r a pnn-av ctav in Perr hunran disagreements.

Rico under the auspices of
Rico under the auspices of

the Caribbean Organization. Portsmouth Talent
Si Show Success
Anti-Poverty Bill

Applications For
Liquor Licences

To the Magistrate Dist. "E"
& Chief of Police
now residing at Lau'at,
Parish of St. George do here,
by give you notice that it is
my intention to apply at the
Magistrate's Court to be held
at Roseau, on Friday, the
2nd cay of Oct. 1964. ensu,
ing fto a retail LIQUOR LIC,
ENCE in respect of my pre,
mises at Laudat, Parish of

SSt. George.
Dated the 2tst

.day of

SAugust 1964.
Aug. 29-Sept. 12

iTo the Magistrmte Dist. "F" & the
Chief of Police.
ing at Grandbay Parish of S:. Pat-
rick do hereby give you notice that
Sit is my intention to apply at the
Magistrate's Court to be held at
Grandbay on Friday the 2nd day
of October x964, ensuing for a retail
LIQUOR LICENCE in respect of my
premises at QGndbay P a r i s h of
St. Patrick.
Dated the 19th day of August,
SApril 22,-Sept. 5.

To the Magistrate District
"E" & Chef of Police
residing at New Town Pa-
rish of St. Georges do hereby
give you notice that it is my
intention to apply at the
Magistrate's Court to be held
at Roseau on Friday the 2nd
day of Oct. 1964, ensuing
for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE
in respect of my premises at
New Town Parish of St.
Dated the I7th day of
Aug. 1964.
Aug. 22 Sept. 5

d THE Portsmouth Talent Commit-ethodist Sericr
President Johnson signed tee :taged their second and Methodist Services For September
legislation last week that is to equally successful show at the Ports-
become the cornerstone of his mouth Government School on Sun 6 13 20 27
A inisa s day evening, August 22.
Administration's "war en An appreciative audience of some ROSEAU 9.oo a.m. Roberts S Beswick Roberts T J. Robe
poverty." The legislation z50 persons witnessed the evening's 7.15 p.m. Roberts O. Walker Roberts T Roberts
the President signed is known entertainment which was judged by LAYOU 1I.3o a.m. Roberts ST Yankey Ramcharan O. Walke
as the Economic Opportuni, a panel ofthree and comprised five 7.15 p.m.r
ty Act of 1964. It author, sections Pop Songs, Calypsoes, GRD. BAY 11.3o am. O Walker Gtorg. Roberts ST George
s te F ra G rn nstrumentalists, Da c i n g and P-MOUTH Ir.oo a.m. Williams MJ Roberts S G. Timothy L. Thomas-,
izs the Federal Government, omedy. 7.15 p.m. Wade Robets Dash Dash
in concert with the States, to Small Dice's "Small Dice is HAMPSTEAD 9.00 a.m. Scotland Roberts S Dodds W. Thdore
set in motion a variety of King" was endorsed by the judges MARIGOT I.oo a.m. Dash S Dash Dash T Ro bemt
projects designed to reduce, when they gave him first place in the 7.15 p.m. Dash Williams Scotland 4M. cal
and eventually eliminate, alypso section. The instrument WESLEY 9.oo a.m. Dash S Dash ash Tas
pove i lists rendered a good 'down beat' 7.15 p.m. Castor Dash Williams Dodds
povey in the Uited Stats. but it was the pop sigers who held CLIFTON .oo a.m., .
Funds to catry cut the Federal the audience spellbound with some 3.oo p.m. E. Samuel Roberts S
Government's part in the of the latest hits. Phillip Bertrand CASTLE BRUCE
programs are to be appropri, led the pops with his singing of
ated in subs 4q ent le isolation "Walk w.th faith in your heart'",
by the Congress. B th"End of the World" and JulietR icu
Chambers have set a ceiling C(hristopher with "My Boy Lblli-
of $947.5 million on these pop" were very close behind. :A PRIZE OF THREE DOLLARS ($3100) will be awarded to the first correct solution of
appropriations. In the dancing section Jerome the NEW HERALD CROSSWORD opened. All results must reach the HERALD Office not later
r -i .- o upthe "Madison" and "Hully Gully". than midday on Thursday, September 10th. The Editor's decision is final You have two
Rights Law But it was Ozzie and Drien in the weeks to complete.
comic section who brought the house
Enforced down wvith their hilarious "Domes- 2 -
tic Confusion". The audience was
Two white men in St. Augustine, lt laughing 'for days'. 7 -- 7 8 9-M DOWN
Florida, were found guilty of con, The Committee must be highly Fruitdi able
tempt of court last week for refusing congratulated for their hard work in 7 I Fruit display table.
to admit a Negro to a motel as re promoting such a good show and the 2. Sma!l bird,
quired under theCivil Rights Act general feeling by those who saw the L L IIJ LJ 3. Time (part of).
of 1964. It was the first contempt evening's te a i n m e nt was 12 e13 1 1 T 4. Bolt.
acting taken to enforce the new- "Wonderful! Wonderful!" L L 5. Shovel.
-,..* ,ia.. ..T ... Contrib., \--- r F- l-- T Sh o el.

C.VU JIii gtsLw.rr.
Federal Judge Bryan SimFson
ruled the men had violated court in-
junctions requiring all St. Augustine
motels to admit Negroes and res-
training anyone from interfering
with integration of public accom-
Motls and restaurants in St.
Augustine began serving Negroes
last month after Congress passed the
Civil Rights Bill but resumed racial
bars after the proprietors were threat-
ened by white segregationist,. Judge
Simpson then issued an injuction
barring the segregati-nists from in-
terfering and ordered-the motel and
restaurant owners to serve Negroes

Nuclear Weapon Ban?

Pope Paul's View
The Soviet Union, it was an-
nounced recently, said\is prepared to
sign a General Treaty banning the

Kentucky Fires
U. S. Schools in Ken,
trcky were burned down
last weekend after contro-
versies ever desegregation.


dat, hereby declare that I am
no longer responsible ior
any debts or other liabilities
incurred by my wife, MAY/
FLORANT) who has lived
apart from me for 12 years,
although I have repeatedly
appealed to her to resume
her marriage duties.

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i. Carpenters' tool.
4. Distress signal.
6. Written acknowledgment
for cash.
9. Biblical structure.
io. As ofthe moon.

Lions' retreat.
So be it.

7. Lovers sometimes do.
8. Beg.
12. Let.
14. She goat.
17. Ty?e of ham.
18. One.
19. American Astronaut
21. Insert (as a pattern).
23. More efficient.
24. Type of British Gun.
zS. Extinct bird.

Famous country.
Chinese coin.






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Mental Health's happiness and sorrow in
terms of more or less.
New. Look One thing is certain: we
n. fro p cannot live within ourselves.
(Cornt. from page 4) We must consider our envi/
It does not involve deep roenment. If we are to be
s:udy but merely the applica- truly happy, we need to have
tion or common sense and a sense that the world likes
thoughtfulness in everyday life us and values what we can
and support o; the profes- do. While holding to our
sional ard technical people own ideal, we need to make
and institutions, reasonable adjustments a4d
Many mental illnesses are compromises with others.
induced by stresses that occur In fact, we need to try to
between parents and children, help others.
between employers a n d It is good preventive media,
workers, and between people cine to invest yourself and
who are zealots for one social your energies in other people.
crder and another. The more generous you are
S Tao in giving yourself away the
Consider taboos. Taboo more mentally healthy you
is a very primitive form of will be.
prohibition of something peo, People with mental pro,
pie want to do or to have. blems will be relieved to
Over the ages taboo drifted know that you are on their
into the compulsion of cus, side, dat they have someone
corn and tradition, but Sig with whom to share their
mund Freud quotes the troubles. You may help by
opinion: "The command, steering them through a finan,
ment concealed behind taboo cial difficulty, or a clash on
prohibitions had originally their jobs, or a housing pro-
the meaning: Beware of the blem. These are practical
wrath of the demon." Even problems, but by helping
as Ihte as this century taboos with them you are removing
were enforced by warning a load of mental strain and
children: "the bogey man emotional pressure.
will get you if you do that." Warmth, permanence. sta,
The emotional climate in ability and companionship are
a home that is ridden L.y the great needs of people who
raw?'ea duove o iliare th&ei&dgreof mental
tal distress. A person may illness. The hospitals have a
become belligerent, always term for t h i s: TLC. It
"carrying a chip; on his means "Tender L moving
shoulder" ;or he may sink Care." It reassures the pa,
into moodiness; or he mny tient. It has more than sea,
develop anxieties which might timent in it. Psychiatrists
grow into harmful suspicious- agree that TLC can k e e p
ness, thinking that people minor upsets from becoming
are trying to deprive him of worse and help mentally sick
happiness; or he may become people to recover.
selfish, grabbing all he can It is not desirable to be,
get in recompense for what is come an amateur psychiatrist.
forbidden; or he may become When your personal efforts
a day-dreamer, living his fail to correct the underlying
desired life in fantasy. cause of your friend's trou,
Children who grow up ble, persuade him to consul:
in these attitudes are likely to one who is expert in such
be full of anxieties, dwelling things.
persistently on their real or
fancied deprivation, their
faults and their shortcomings.
Anxiety is a compound, 0GIeoS Last Toll
resulting from the clash of after multi-millon dcl,
two great opposites, desires lar au Florida's
and fear, wanting and not ra age
wanting. It is a real conflict populous east coast, follow,
in the mind ing a severe attack on Haiti,
tired Hurricane Cleo dropped
Try Giving Yourself Away her windspeed to 75 miles
per hour only slightly ruffling
None of us is likely to Cape Kennedy and was re,
pass th-ough life without ported to be fast breaking
experiencing p e ri o ds of down.
lowered mental health. He No one was killed in
is a healthyminded people Florida but the death toll in
who has learned not to de, one Haitian city reached 80
mand AllorNone, but to last week, with every build,
reconcile himself to a degree, ing in the city either destroy,
world, in which he thinks of ed or damaged.

U. S. Democratic "asures smoothed over the inci,
U.S. ent.

Launches Election
The U. S. Democratic
party embarked recently on
its election campaign sum-
moned by President Johns 3n
to grasp "'man's first chance
to build a great society; a
place where the meaning of
man's life matches the mar,
vels of man's labour."
A crowd of 2,0,0oo
including the Democratic
delegates gave a thundering
13 minute ovation for
Attorney General Robert
Kennedy who introduced a
memorial film about his
assassinated brother, the late
President Kennedy.
Robert Kennedy proposes
to run for a seq. in the U. S.


Trinidad & Jamaica Quarrel
What looked like a serious di-
plomaric breach between Jamaica
and Trinidad was threatened when
in the early hours of the morning of
August 19 an attack was made on
'Mr 4 LJ.^f^. \Y7. er- Ti c.,z M A


On August 29th however, the
"Nation," organ of the ruling
Peoples's NationelMovement, made
a slashing attack on Jamaica which
they say had refused the approaches of
the Trinidad & Tobago Govern-
ment to convene another "Summit
Conference" of West Indian leaders
last June. This was, in part, a reply
to Sir Alexan kr who had stated
that Jamaica was not following D -.
Williams, as they were "too experi-
enced and knowledgeable in West
Indian affairs to follow those who
knew less than Jamaica."

Site For U. W. I.
In Barbados
The site chosen for the College of
Arts artd Science of the University of
the West Indies in Barbados, viz.
19l acres in the Cave Hill area of
St. Michael, is to be acquired by the
Government of Barbados and made
available to the University. At
present the College is using tempor-
ary buildings at the Trade Fair Site
in Bridgetown. The cost of erect-
ing the necessary buildings on the
new site will be met by a grant from
the British Government amounting
to $i,90,0oo0 (W.I.), i.e. 64oo,ooo.
At the end of the first year of the
College's existence a short ceremony
was held at the College during
which the Premi'r of Barbados
Hon. Errol Bagrrw, gave the main
address. In it he emphasized that
university education must be brought
to the whole communi-y and said he
would be disappointed if in ten to

Floods In India
Thousands of village homes
around New Delhi, capital of Indi
were flooded last week following two
days of torrential rains. Official
sources said o15 villages with a pop-
ulation of some 200,00oo were under
two to four feet of wrter. Some
60,000 acres were submerged and
IS ooo acres (f crops were destroyed.
New De)hi and surrounding areas
have had about 37 inches of rainfall
since June against t the normal
15 inches.

Barrow to Britain
Barbadian Premier Errol
Barrow, with his wife Caro,
line, flew to England this
week to hold discussions
with financial and other ex,
Derts on Barbadcs' projected
$i million dollar Hilton

Contractor's Services
When you want to build, be it a
business place, a dwelling house or
renovation in or out of' town you
need a Builder Contractor, Why
.not contact D. B. Bruney (plpu-
larly known as Brother Bruns:,
48 Steber Street, Pottersvilla for
top quality workmanship-
Moderate Prices.
For reference contact- rominica
Cooperative Bank or Mr. Ted Honey-
Signed D. I. B. BRUNEY.

)mninsioner in Trinidad. Sir l -Tieen years time the College did N D D
mkoncr mn Tnidad. not cater to some 10,0 souls DON'T DEPEND ON.YO'R
exander Bustlimante telegraphed NEIGHBOUR'S -- BUY
EiEc Williams threatening to THE YNR H WO DMIICb
se down his commission, but full SUPPORT THE YOUR OWN DOMINICA
logies and a tightening of security HE'ALD HERALD ! !

British Lifting Device Guts Garage Servicing Time

... 4. .:


The Liftmast-r provides servicing facilities at any level and doubles service
turnover on the same floor space.
The manufacturers claim that the device reduces the time taken to lift a
car to the same level to 3 seconds as compared with at least 60 seconds, using,
standard methods. BIS

PAlC; T :



People's Post awakened the ci-rrilitv and-
Co i scale political Ji-tribes of the
Continued "STEVENS" cult in the
Post Office For HERALD
Gar.ll If this is so, the good God)
Gr d ay deliver us and have mercy on
D E.the HERALD and the STAR
Dear Editor, i has placed in the firmament.
Permit me a Fttle Yours in good faith,
space to air cne of Grard ANXIOUS READER.
Bay's long needs to our Hon- RA R
curable representative. Courses &
1940 1964 adds up to Burs
quite a number of years. For Dur aS ies
those years and more Teacher Public Health Courses
Liyar's shabby house Eas Five nurses left last Sunday for
been rented to serve as the e second two-month t r i n i n g
village posi office. course in Public Health in Parba-
Ten or more villages con, dos. Portsmouth health nurse'Mrs.
stitute the Grand Bay consti, L.A. Wilspr, district midwives
tuency. Grand Bay is the Mvrs. Dora and Gwendoline Pascal
chief v i 11 a e. Thus all of Riviere Cyrique and Colihaut
respectively, Grandbay district nurse
commercial a n d business Mrs. Alexandrine Casimir a n d
transactions take place at Sister -Mary Ludovicus of the
Grand Bay. Roseau Catholic Social Centre will
Half or more (approx) of join some twenty-five nurses from
Dominica's ms to Barbados, the Leeward & Wind-
minia' mg r a n t d t ward Islands, the Grand Cayman
England are Grandbarians. ad the British Virgin Islands for
The correspondence resulting the course which is sponsored by
from such migrants to loved PAHO and UNICEF.
ones at home is immense. The day before, Messrs Hugh
Letters! Letters! regis Jn. Cfiarles and EmanuelParillon
.... gis left Dominica for J;amuca to train as
tered -.cr otherwise -- a r.e Public Heath., Inspectors.' Nurse
within.the keeping cf the Euna.. George, who wiltl train
*po s t .mistress --.although a Public Health Visitor leaves next
Xmas is still far. Is her Monday.
home secure enough to keep The scholarships awarded to these'
all those letters? It is not the three a- at the Wet Indies School
of Pubhc Health and the course lasts
occupier s tauit. ten months.
Greening, rotten, board
(ashmedo throten board Training As Craft instructors
ashamedd f the old age The Government of India are
inviting leg breaking; you see offerig bursaries through their High
all the heavenly stars by rais- Commissioner in Trinidad & Toba,
ing your head upwards; no go forthetraininng of Craft Instruc
seat for a doll even. When tors in Calcutta, Bombay and New
it rains people rush to nearby Delhi. The 9-month courses cover
shops to get some shelter such subjects as Motor Mechanics.
r under the clear whichElectricity, Welding, Embroidery &
or under the cellar -. which ..a.,,,;. ,^-.i A .. ....... -i..,.

Two r
of Under
octhe W,
held in C
Watty, of
Mr. Karl
the Giil
At this

fo Dom------a.

1. Represented ;tes cf s"ri"g up a Social Security Scheme for Dotiinica
Since then correspondence has been taking place .between
terinational th Dcpartmnm of Technical Cocperation a:d this 'Go-
nts Meetings vrnme taon tls matter.
I should inform this House that the latest information
erresentatives of the Guild from the Secretary for Technical Co-operation indicates
graduates of the University that steps are beiig taken to obtain the services of aa expert
est Indies attended the Iith to advise on the possibility of establishing a Social Security
nal Students' Conference Sch s rrr
,hristchurch, New Zealand, eme s tety
The y were Mr. Frank It was not, therefore, necessary to take any specific step
Dominica, who is Vice, on the Resclution by the Honourable Member regarding a
of the Cuild at Mona, and Social Security Scheme, since from the abcve it will be
Wellington, Treasurer of seen that even before this question was brought up in this
assembly of freely elected House Government had already embarked on the steps
student unions there were essary to secure expert advice on this
student unions there were necessary to secure expert advice on this,

representatives of some ftrty National
Unions of Students. The Confer
ence was put on the basis of a per-
nianent orgarisation and a charter
was drawn up setting out the aims
and structure of the organisation.
Before returning to Mona, Mr.
Frank Waryattended, as the official
delegate of the Guild of Undergra-
duates, the ijth International Stud-
ents" Seminar held at the University
of New South Wales in Sydney,
Australia last mcnth. I he subject
for discussion was "Students nd
Political Action". T h i r t three
representatives of National Unions
of Students attended.
Mr. Watty recently gained upper
second class honours in his B. Sc.
Economics degree at the University.

By Philip Toynbee
The novelist's deepest obligation
1ito U&fu.i:uv fd'ilj. b g.kt
crime is to repeat the disoverics of
his predecessors. This is the imper/
isbable belief of every true novelist,
that there must be progression. Too
often this belief is misinterpreted as a
naive confidence that the rewis
better than the old, whereas the
truth is only that the new must be

surpasses the.rooting in keep/ made, immediately, to the Education
ing your clothes dry. You Offi.er, Roeau before next Tuesday J. ASTAPHAN & 0. LTD
wAl miss a priest oft an altar (8th September). Aug. 22-Sept. 2
but not hundreds of people
who flock there Saturday in Last Legislative Gouncil
and out to collect mails.
The villagers are tired of Governmm nt eplies To Loblack
t he gruesome conditions. Following are Hon. E. C. Loblock's questions and the
Give medical presciprion to official answers given.
this appalling situation, Mr.

St. Luce. I have told you (i) Will Government inform the Honourable'House
how to prescibe it! if there are any special reasons why our Attorney General
DRAGON, Grand Bay. dces not advocate for the Government on Criminal and
Civil cases?
That "Note Book" REPLY The Attorney General of Dominica does advo-
cate for the Government of Dominica when his other duties
Dear Madam, permit him to do so. In the majority of Criminal Cases
For two years PAT in the Supreme Court the Crown in usually represented by
STEVENS, in- his own the Legal Assistant. The services of a Legal Assistarnt
words, w a s in 'political have not been available to the Attorney General for the
ieess' and for just as long past 23 months (approximately) except for a period of five
readers were able'to enjoy the months when the services of a recruit to the Legal Service
high tone of THE HERALD were made available.
and the absence from its co, (2) Will tne Government inform this Honourable
lumns of the scurrility of House if any step has been taken in connection with my
mediocre minds which in a Resolution an Social Security?
former time soiled its pages. REPLY. This matter was first raised in this House and
iut has the irresistible "itch" the resolution in question passed as recently as the 27th
of the wouldbe, nondescript February, 1964. Since November 23rd, 1963, a request
politician or the flutterings of was made by this Government to the Secretary for Techni,
a D. U. P. P. "red Rag". cal Co-operation for an expert to investigate the possibili-

Dominica Banana Growers' Association

W INBAN has agreed that the recording of growers' sales
for Hurricane Insurance purposes shall be carried ouit,
locally in Deminica instead of centrally at Winban's. ea4, :
quarters in St. Lucia. The Board of Management.' -xp ts
that such decentralisation will speed up and greatly facilUate'
the payment of insurance benefits after windstorms." '
Before the Association can assume the rcspm'l sii.,ty,
for recording of sales, and in order to establish an'.effeative
system, it is essential for Winban's existing register of hold'l
ings in Dominica to be completely revised and brought
The urgent necessity of a proper and comprehensive
register was only too painfully emphasized by the difficult
ties encountered by the Baard and its management -in the
allocation and distribution of assistance to growers under
the Hurricane Rehabilitation Scheme.
Therefore, Winban has authorized the Board to un'

Holdings and thereafter, to continue to act as its agent for
the registration of holdings i:n this island under the Wind-(
ward Islands Banana Insurance Ordinance 1960.
Accordingly, as from 7th September, 1964, the, re,
vision of the Register of Holdings will commence and
growers are earnestly requested to give all necessary assistance
to the District Branch Secretaries, Leaf Spot Inspectors and
other officers of the Association engaged on this project.
The revision will be undertaken in three phases as
follows: -
Phase 1. Verification and amendment of the Register
as it now stands.
Phase 2. Processing of applications on hand.
Phase 3. Compulsory registration of all unregistered
New applications will, of course, be processed, as
received .
At the same time, the Board will introduce a system
of Growers' Selling Cards which will be fully.'explained
in a further bulletin. It may be briefly stated here that the
Growers' Selling Card to be presented by each grower,
without fail, on every occasion he sells his bananas, will
ensure and facilitate the accurate recording of his sales.
Adverting to Phase i of the revision -- verification
and amendment of holdings already registered, the Leaf Spot
Inspector will br!ng to you and assist you to complete an
Application for Registration of Holding form in duplicate.
Please enter all the required information including particu'
lars of your cultivation. (Also state on the form, your sell,
ing outlet, i.e, the Reception Depot or Buying Point at
which you sell your bananas, or your Dealer, for purposes
of the new Growers' Selling Card system mentioned above).
The duplicate of the form will be returned to you
duly signed and dated by the General Manager of this
Association acting as the "Appropriate Agent" of Win,
ban. This will represent, in effect, the certificate of regis,
ration of your holding.
3 1st August, 1964. General Manager.


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ocal portlight
THE 1964 football season sched-
uled to start tomorrow will not
commence on this appointed date.
A D.A.S.A. communique indicates
that only three clubs had registered by
Tuesday ist. This, of course, is ve-
ry unsatisfactory and possibly the
deadline .or registration was too soon
and clubs consequently were slow in
responding. 1 here should be no
excuse, however, as the date has been
put back another week, and it is rea-
sonable to assume that by Monday
most clubs will have paid their fees
and iLte;:sve training will begin.
Something is very wrong at the
moment with attitudes of players and
clubs. A general disinteret is a very
mild way of putting it. But how far
can this get us. I make another ap-
pealto footballers to live up to their
responsibilities and try to start the
season promptly and efficiently.
With an early start, one can look
forward to return matches, a feature
which enables many a club to recov-
er after a false start. There is also
the satisfaction of beating a partcular-
ly satmg opponent twice, to establish
without doubt new'ss superiority in
Combermere, for reasons which
they. prfer aot to disclose will not
contest the g a m es, but that still
leaves a fine array of talent from
D. G. S., Blackburn, S. M. A.,
Thunderbirds, Empire, Spartan etc,
There is no lack of incentive, for
a tournament is scheduled for Dec,
ember, possibly in St. Lucia and
Ta^ss a air w ct: -wit.rrTvitv-ewto
selection, so footballers what ail yei
Kanhai, Nurse Centuries
At the Scarborough Festival,
cricket fan s flocked to see the
three days match between a Wesi
Indies eleven led by Sir Frank
Worell, vs an England XI. Bat,
ung first the West Indies XI rock-
cced a total of 307 for 4 declared,
thanks to attractive centuries by
Kanhai and Nurse. In reply Bolus
o9 and Dexter 86 not out lashed out
delightful at Gibbs and Sobers to
total 272 for 4. In their second
attempt at the wicket, the touring
side had flunked to 72 for 5 wickets,
but Kanhai and Sobers were still at
the crease, The match should 'end
This month's World Fly-weight
title bout between Terry Downes
and Champion Willie Pastrano has
been postponed due to slow recovery
of the champion from an operation.
Well-known Bath Road resident
George Pinard, who worked for
many years at Shillingford's New-
town Factory, died this week after
a short illness.

Applications For
Liquor Licences
To the Magistrate District
"E" & Chiefof Police
residing at 36 Eliot's Avenue
(Pot t er s vill e), Parish

of St. George do hereby

premises at Colihaut, Parish cf Sr.

give you notice that it is my Peter.
intention to apply at the Dated the 29th day of August,
Magistrate's Court to be held 1964' JOHN SEBASTIEN
at Roseau on Friday the znd Sept, 5-19
day of Oct. 1964, ensuing To the Magistrate Dist. "G" &
for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE Chief ot Police.
in respect of my premises at We Rebecca Lundy & Sons now
Pottersville, Parish of ft. re;sding t Wtsley Parish ofSt.
GeAndrew do hereby give you notice
Geoge, that it is our intention to apply at
Dated the 31St day of tbe Magistrates Cou-tto be held at
Augus: 1964. Portsmou'h on Monday the 5th day
CLOIF ANSELM of October 1964, ensuing for a
St. _19 TAVERN LIQUOR LICENCE in respect
Sep. 5- 9 of our premises at Wesley Parish of
To the Magistrate Dist. "E" & the t. Andrtw.
ChiefofPolice. Dated the 28th day ofAug. I964.
Chief of Police. Pebecca Lundy & Sons W.W.
ing at 30 Victora Street (Roseau), tND RLEITH
Parish of S:. G e o r g e,pt-ot
do hereby give you notice that RA T' PETS
it is my intention to apply at the lATS PETSI
Magistrate's Court to be held at OR FOOD
Roseau, on Friday the 2nd day
of October 1964, ensuing for a retail "There has been a great
LIQUOR LICENCE in respect of my deal of nonsense talked about
premises at 30 Victo.ia Street, Parish the difficultie of keeping and
of St. George. breeding rabbits in the West
Dated the 3rst day of August breeding rabbits in the West
1964. Indies .
OLIVE WATT 'Never lift a rabbit by the
Sept. 5-19 ears, but by the skin at the
back of the neck,.."
To the Magistrate Dist. "G" i grass ar
& the Chief of Police Some vines and grasses are
I, DoasIA BRYANT, now resid- poisonous to rabbits, some
ingat Calibishie, Parish of St. are excellent food0- do you
Andrew, do hereby give ycu notice know which is which?
that it is my intention to apply at What happens if you dis-
the Magistrate'sCourc to be held at turb a nest of newly born
Portsmouth, on Monday, the 5th day turba est of ew
of October 1964, ensuing for a rabbits?
Tavern Liquor Licence-in rcer,.r.-. sIBeI aCt& and -A. -al-
of my premises situated at Cali, sWers tO all )our questions
bishie, Parish of St. Andrew. on the breeding of RABBITS
Dated the z2ah.day of August AS A TASTY AND IMPORTANT
Sept. 5-19 in Mr. Stephen Haweis' book:
To the Magistrate Dist. "G"
R& Chi. ,r nP..i,. INDIES

I,JOHN SEBASTIEN, now resid- A limited number of copies
ing at Colibaut, Parish of St. Peter, of this unique and authorita-
do hreby give you notice that it is tve book is available at the
my intention to apply at the Magiu HERALD OFFFIsE, Price 500
trate's Court to be held at PortsOFFFI Price
mouth, on Monday, the 5th day of per COpy.
October, 1964, ensuing for a retail Get yours now, before
Liquor Licence in respect of my stocks run out !

i "Tastier Than Ever"



i "more better" than ever! Why ~ Because they
Share getting even more TLC We have increased
the staff in order to pamper these Plump, Terder,
Juicy Birds to Please Your Taste.
Try one for dinner Sunday!.
at:- Royer's, Goodwill, Charles Self-Service and at
six other shops in Roser u. HiLo in Portsmouth,
Aunt Yvette's in Pointe Michel.
S Ask for Sylvania-Fresh Eggs, too!
*Tender Loving Care,
Imperial Road,i

- .. .d .4.t.4..4 S 4 .U~l-

that Selectors will be visiting Dom;nica at some time
between i5th and 30th September in, order to pre-select
male workers wishing to emigrate to the United .States of
America for employment under the U. S. Farm Labour
The Employers desire that only new men (i.e. Work-
ers who have never been to the U. S. A- before) be re-
cruited. Prospective workers must be men between 23 and
40 years of age able to speak and understand English.
Workers desirous of emigrating under the U. S. Farm
Labour Programme should giv, their names, address and
other particulars to the Department of Labour, Roseau,
before or on Thursday Ioth September, 1964.
Under this Programme each worker's passage Fare is
advanced'by Government. The worker agrees to have a
percentage of his earnings deducted by way of compulsory
savings for his account. Dependants of workers desirous
of emigrating under this Programme are informed that the
worker's (return) passage costs are a first charge against this
account. It is only af.er the amount advanced has been
repaid that a worker's dependants can start to receive what-
ever maintenance allowar ces have been allotted them by the
worker. A period of 3-4 months will generally be
(Sgd.) J. C. BRUNEY
Labour Commissioner.
Sept. 5
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 5th day of Sept., 4964
Nature of request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of Title or
S____ Notings thereon of Caveat
------ 1 --- -Frt
S. .Re.Luest fQtLiassl of a First_
R uest datie Luk gan Certificat of Title (witinPanin
attached) in respect of a por-
31st Aug., 1964 tion of land situate nq the
S by his Solicitor Village of Morne Jaune, in
Presented the Parish of St. David, in
31st Aug., 1964 CilmaA.M. Dupigny the Colony of Dominica,
at 3.50 p.m. containing 19.48 square
feet, and bounded as fol-
lows:-On the North by land of Edwill Cadette and S'Olive Abel, On
the South by land of Price Hartin, On the West by land of S'Olive
Abel, And on the East by a.right of way and land of S'Olive Aoel.
Registrar's Office, (Sgd) JOSEPH V. JEAN PIERRE
aRseau, Dominica, 1964 Registrar of Titles.
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certi-
ficate of rite on the above application may enter a Caveat in the above
office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the
above Scnedule in the DOMNICA HERALD newspaper published in this
Island or from the date when the notice prescribed by law was last served
on any owner or occupier of adjoining land in respect of which the appli-
cation is made.
Sept. 5-12 ;.
Schedule of Application for Certificate of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 5th day of Sept., 1964
Nature of Request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of Title
_Notings thereon or Caveat.
Request for the issue ofa First
Request dated Luke Fagan Certificate of Title (with plan
atta hed) in respect of a por-
31st Aug., 1964 tion of land situate in the
Vill.,te of Mcrne Jaune,
Presented by his Solicitor in the Parish of St David in
the Colony of Dominica,
31st Aug., 19^54 Cilma A.M. Dupigny containing 1.29 acres and
at 3 55 p.m. bounded as follows;-On the
North-East by la nd of
Georgie Langford, On the South-Eact by land of Get rgie Langford,
On the North-West by land of Babeson Mathew and Dolina Fagan,
And on the South by a ravine and land of Georgie Langford.
Registrar's Office, (Sgd) JOSEPH V. JEAN PIBBRB
Roseau, Dominica, 1964. Registrar o eTitles.
NoT':-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 appear-
ance of the above Schedule in the DOMINICA HIiPALD 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.


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