Dominica herald
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Title: Dominica herald
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 42 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
Publisher: Dominica Herald
Place of Publication: Roseau, Dominica
Roseau, Dominica
Publication Date: September 12, 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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-i- Finest~ Peop1e In 32 ~iJ I Th Piche.ot So
(For the General Welfare of the People of Dominir. the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole)


W E publish below a ktter f
which speaks for itself.
phoned the' Medical Departmen
Doctor now serves the Laudat-
area. In fact there is only one
clinics all the way from Pointe
Meanwhile the little ho
from Miss Cilma Green as a c
equipped v-d shut up, and s;n
Boyer for England over two ye;
a resident district nurse.
Laudat, Dominica

August 29th 1964

The Editor,
Dominica Herald
Madam,- SincO pr. Cla)
left this island, no doctor has
visited Laudat. We have
no clinic, and trucks only go
to town from Laudat or
Wednesday and Saturdays
leaving people stranded or
-otierdays in case of illness
The people of Laudat are no
rich and no body has a ca:
to drive up and down
Surely our population and
our need should warrant th
provision of medical service
for, our village! We pra
that Government will d
something about it.
Yours truly,
Ed. Miche brink
Elossic George
Yvonne Hodge
Francis Rolle
Josephine Birmingham
R. John Baptiste
Renine Emanuel
S.A. Rolle
Aldon Matthew
Edith Matthew
G. Rolle
Victor Matthew
Phdos Jolly
Rita Winston
H. Richards
M. Rolle
Geraldine Birmingham
Alphonse Rolle
Mrs. James Corriette
Cecil Laudat
Cl rke Maurice
Felix Rolle
Ralph Magloire
Christine Hector
Devine John Baptiste
Besita Hector
Mineta John Baptiste
Rudolphia Rolle
S. T. Matthew


rom 29 people in Laudat Guadeloupe
To check the facts, we tele- M F
nt. and found out that no C, M. Flies Ov

-Trafalgai-Wotton Waven" nOMINICA made hand,
SDoctor available to cover U some amends for her "too
Michel to Colihaut. little nd too late" contribu,
use rented by Government tion to Martinique after the
clinic or dispensary remains ravages of hurricane Edith
cne the departure of Nurse in 1963: our other French
ars.ago, Laudat has not had neighbour, Guadeloupe, re-
ceived the magnificent total
of $6,720.92 ($2000 of which
F L A SH was given by Government)
and innumerable gifts. of
1965 ISLAND clothing and food supplies
collected by the local-Red
SCHOLAR Cross after Cleo struck.
IClosing date and thanks to
IS contributors were announced
EMMA G RELL in a radio speech by the
Chief Minister.
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS Meanwhile one hundred
RANDOLPH WilliamsTi P PinSOe ersons must
ex-DGS pupil appointed have their ticket-money re,
l e ct u r e r UWI, Mona turned to them b cause legal
PETER George Tech. Wing restrictions do not permit
DGS instructor left Wednes, M. V. Ripon to transport
day on UK course for Gen. more tha.j 300 passengers,
Cert. of Teaching FRAN each of whom may carry
CIS Severin and BLrnacd 5 lbs. weight of relief
Jno.Baptiste left for UK parcels and should bring their
with Commonwealth Bur, own food. Four hua.lred
sari.s CARMEN Morison Dominicans had applied to
Canadian socal worker re/ go on the excursion today.
turned from holiday in Trini, The Chief Minister of
dad* RAY Chafe Cana, Dominica, Mr. E.0. Le
dian social worker & econo, Blnc, flew to Guadeloupe
mics teacher transfers from yesterday for three days, to
Catholic Social Centre to observe rehabilita:ion means,
SMA C.A. MAYNARD ures. He will receive official
opens Dawbiney Literary facilities.
Club with feature address ,_ ,
n e x t Thursday* EMMA
Grell, Frances Burton & Jen,
nifer Lawrence joined CHS Shop and a Home
s t a ff Tuesday DAVID Burgled
Vigilant of La Plaine received
Dominica Benevolent Society Quick action by the police
school. and will study at recovered some of the articles
SMA GEORGE Gabriel (valued at $iso) stolen over
returned from Antigua Tues/ the weekend from J. G.
day PAUL de la Chevo- Royer's shop. A young
tiere Dominican now in man named Richard
Ed,'catin Dept. Bermuda Paquette, at whose home the
takes back samples of wines goods were fo:ind, has been
and fruit juices today to ex- remanded in custody.
plore Bermuda m a r k et Police are investigating the
ALLAN A. Guye & Allan theft of a Swiss travelling
E. Samuel left for U. S. A. clock from the Goodwill
this week for six-month agri/ home of newly-arrived Maari,
cultural extension course got D. M. O., Dr. David
arranged by the U. S. AID. Wolfson.


-* -VTO

Two Inquests Dominicans Lose
Vieille Case Drowning Guadeloupe
On September 3 i n Appeal
Vieile Case, before Coroner
A. B. Marie, (states our cor, Seven Dominican Sailors
respondent) certain villagers convicted of smuggling in
challenged the selection of a Guadeloupe appealed before
juryman on grounds of his the court of appeal, Basse
past record: the objection Terre, last' nonh;. T he
was overruled. The occa- appeal court considered that
sion was the inquest on the there was evidence of con-
death by drowning of Harry trouband activities and con-
Joseph (towards the end of firmed sentences of 3 months
June) at which the wife cf imprisonments on New John,
the dead man and his corn, Henry J am e;s, Scotland
panions were exhaustively George and-Masbn' Laville.
questioned. Joseph Alyv, Prter Alfred
The two surviving fisher,. and Lipsonr Henry received
men gave accounts of their sentences of 45 days each.
struggle for survival, include, The men were also fined
ing the hoisting of a distress sums varying fr6om-'00-300
flag on a bamboo pole new francs for coiotrayening
s_ X...... -- h-n-coTI-r- - t
termed these actions "true merchandise was confiscated.
courage in compliance with (Contrib)
British law."
The men who rescued the, after he had' wounded his
survivors after a hazardousaw rid
descent down the cliffknown mmnd he to bwe dead areas
sumed her to be dead was
as Yaco spoke of signals Mr. Clanis James (once a
from a boat to direct them Marigot resident) of Couli/
to the cave. No direct men, bistrie. He had summoned
tion was made of the French a party of thirty to assist him
helicopter (although the lis in his search (after discover,
tening audience jeered a jury/ ing the injured woman) be-
man on this score). The fore police arrived.
three boatmen commended Following an appeal by a
in court for their search were policecorporal, Mr. James
not summoned as witnesses. lent his camp bed to be used
Verdicts: death by misadven, as a stretcher to transport'the
ture. (Contrib.) corpse. It was returned to
Suicide At Coulibistrie him broken and soiled after
The discoverer of the body use. However this public-
of Stanley Joseph (who com- spirited man will be given a
mitted suicide by swallowing new cot by the Police De-
Aldrex according to the apartment.
inquest verdict this week (Contrib)


regret that the electricity supply
will be interrupted in all areas on
Sunday, 13th September between the
hours of 5.00 a.m. and 12 noon to
enable essential maintenance to be
carried out on the Hydraulic Works
at Laudat.



Local Hurricane Authorities father's Government built in when the Director of Works justify this.
nearly four years (one per after the 1963 hurricane pre P; t Stevens your father's
Local Hurricane Authorities Have Been Appointed as Follows: year) is a joke to the three pared an estimate of the da/ Government has done north,
schools per year b':ilt by the mage amounting to o v e r ing about housing for the
ROSEAU DISTRICT .last Government. Yo u $8oo,ooo. They forwarded poor unfortunates who have
Roseau Town Council. must know that the Cana- this to the Secretary of State no means of their own but
WESTERN DISTRICT dian Government was pre, in the expectation it would in must live in the misery of
Canefield, Morne Prosper, Loubiere, Giraudel. Trafalgar, Laudat and pared to give two schools turned down. When ihe crowded, dilapitated huts.
Bellevue: The Parish Priess, The Head Teachers, Henry Sinson, Esq, during the term of y o u r amount, on the strength of Nothing about juvenile
Toulouti'Guiste, Esq., Whitfield Casimir, Esq., Neil Stedman, Esq. and father's Government but your our case and need was grant, delinquency; and there is a
C. J. L. Dupigcy, Esq., O.B.E. father kiboshed one of them. ed, you have withheld the grov.ing number of waifs
Soufriee and Scott's ed: Thrish Pries est, The Head Teachers, Pat Stevens you know spending of this money: all and strays who might well
Honourable Arthur Pemberto., Terrence Etienne, Esq. and Rodney that the last Government the while vehicles break their become the criminals of
Lewis. Esq. never said feeder roads in the springs, people suffer the tomorrow instead of being
Mahaut and Massacre: The Parish Priest, The Head Teacher, island were completed. You agony of those bumps in the transformed into useful and
Mahaut, R. P. Joseph, Esq, and Errol Jno. BAptiste, Esq., Checkhall know that the Administra, roads, fewer bananas are upright citizens.
Estate. oseph and Layou The Parish Pri, The Had Teacher, tor, whose responsibility it transported, a nd some of Nothing about road main-
St. Joseph and Layou: The Parisn Priest, The Head Teacher, T
The Chairman Village Council anJ L. Lawrence Wayland, Esq. was to provide the replies to those badly, because of the tenancy. (I am convinced
Coulibistrie, Salisbury, Batalie, M:rne R'chette, Colihaut, Bioche Parliamentary que s t i o n s need to slow down to avoid they are holding this $800,
and Dublanc: The Parish Priests, The Honourable H. D. Shillingford through the Secretary of State the ruts in the road. And ooo up until next year, just
C.B.E., The Head Teachers and the Chairman, Village Council of explained that what he said by w a y of finally proving before the General Elections).
Colihaut and Chairman Village Co:ncil, Salisbury (when formed). was that feeder roads under the your absolute authority you Nothing about in-service
Goodwill: Executive Officer, Central Hiusing and Planning Authority, L r
J.Robinsonodwill: Esq.xecutive Officer, Central Hsing and Planning horty, fds then in hand were comn have decided to impeach the training for Civil Servants
EASTERN DISTRICT i pleted. You know that the man who got us the money, rather than cursing them for
GrandBay, Pichelin, Dubique, Tete Morncand Bellevue: The 1959 plan of the last Go, Mr. Pat Stevens why is all kinds of things, real or
Honourable R.P. St. Luce, The Parish Priest, The Head Teachers, F. vernment called for addition, your father harrying some imagined.
John Lewis, Esq., Charles Desibaye, Esq, Joseph Jno. Rose, Esq., Joseph al funds to the tune of nearly Civil Servants? Particularly Nothing about informing
Henderson, Esq. and E. R. I. Shillingford, Esq. $2,500,000 for more feeder in his Department? Look at the people about Customs
Petite Savanne, Pte. Carib, Baatelle and Fond St. Jean: TheHead roads poor Walker whom he has Union and Free Trade in the
Teachers, Myster Moise, Esq., Everard Fontaine, Fsq., Michael Francis, e T
Esq. ,Pat Stevens you know insulted times without num- context of a "Lo "se" Fedira-
Delices and Boetica: The Head Teachern, Joseph Sorhaindo, Esq. that this present Government ber, in private, before his tion.
and Geoige Vital, Esq. has not brought forth a Plan clerks and even before a visit, Nothing about proper re'
SLaPlaine: The Parish Priest, The Chairm.n of the Village Council, for Development of Domin, ing Choir group from Bar, creational facilities.
The Head Teacher, Gerald Berrand, Esq., J.P. and Gabriel Rodney, Esq. ia of their own but are fol4 bados! Look at the trouble Nothng about equipping
o E an e eee Crique: Willie Felix, Esq., Lwis Mathelowing (with reluctance) th with the Grommar School the T. B. Hospital built near
oiand Fond: The Head Teacher, Chairman Village Council. plan of the last Government. graduate masters when the ly 4 years ago.
olie, Petite Soufriere, Good Hope and St. Sauveur: Myrick Pat Stevens you know A ministrator found enough Nothing about reducing
Durnd, Esq., the Parish Priest, The Head Teacher, Ragacien Matthew, that your father's Govern, guts to rule against him. If the cost of living andfor in,
Esq., ard Donald Lafond, Esq.- __ pr i] f wags as rhAY e.4I
sCahicren e rarish Priest, theHead eahe, M Pliving by raising taxes (both would have lost these master, promised would have been
Es,HthDanil,Esq.,and Y. Au on the goods we import and and the D. G.S. would done immediately they came
Potsmo, TanTan, Tucari, Capuchi ad surrounding Dis- on those we produce :he have been the poorer thereby. into power.
triPoas'mo nTa ouril, Capuchin and surroundigi sweoou brow.) Mrs. Not. only that, but graduates Nothing about Agricul,
tnricts: The Portsmouth Tawn Council, HonourableE. A. Leslie, The sweat of our brow.) Mrs. Not only that,but graduates Nothing about Agricul,
Parish Prisa and the Hea. Teacher. Alltrey objected to this latter now in the universities would tural Credit to assist the small
Dos d'Ane, Blenheim nd MorePark: The Head Teacher, Ashford and was booted out. Your fear to come back under such man to develop his holdings.
oyson, Esq. add:'eaulPkNi:eholls, Esq.
Vyson, Esq. ad Paul.Nicholls, Esq. father's Government promised a regime. 1N.thing about slum clear,
ViTille Case, Penvile, Paix Bouche, Thibaud, Bense-Anse de Mai: reducedcost of living and Pat Stevens your father's ance in the Pound and other
The Parish Priest, The Head Teachers, Honourable John Royer, The b 1 a
Chairmen oftheVillage Councils of the area, Hugh Harris, Esq., and when the chance came to objectionable Co mmon uroan areas.
Oneil LeBlanc, Esq, reduce the cost of sugar, a basic E n t r a n c e Examination Nothing about removing
Woodford ill and Wesley: The' Parish Priest, the Chairmen of necessity, they failed to take Scheme was frustrated by the surtax on Export goods
the Village Councils, The Head Teachers, James Henry, Esq. and C.A. advantage of it inspire of the timely Opposition intervene, despite their large stirpluses
Winston, Esq. O.B.E. opposition's taunts. Maybe tion. Otherwise m a n y of $5oo,ooo and their pro,
Headag: Charman Vi ge Cuncil, The Mhodis Minister, The because of it; ia which case Children over 14 could never mises given in 1962 on the
Head Teacher and E. F. Roberts, Esq.
Hampstead and Calibishie: The Head Teachers, Hayes Bryant, Esq. the Government is spiting the go to a secondary school and occasion of the historic pro,
and Chairmqn, Calibishie Village Councild. people because their (the no other provision was made test march.
Salybia and Atkinson: The Carib Chief and Council, The Head people's) watchdogs are alive for them. Oh what a sorry catalogue
Teachers, and the Chairman ofAtkinson Village Council. and awake. Why should When free secondary edu, (though not complete) of
I__-mer Government had started Government cut our noses to cation is the aim of all the omissions !
aSt t m er Goverment had provided spite our faces? West Indian Islands your The sins of your Govern,
oall these projects and provide Pat Stevens, why does father has brought in a first ment, both by omission and
Noe in their 1959-1964 develop- your father's Government time plan that all schoolboys commission are too numerous
meant plan for them. refuse to pay to the Reseau at the D.G.S. must pay for to mention without taking
Pat Stevens, Pat Stevens you know Town Council monies voted their books; not only those the wh-le of one issue of the
You are uttering a "ter- that the Grammar School by them for that Council lost through carelessness as HERALD.
rinological inexactitude, that your father so proudly as has been done for many you suggest; and you try to (Cent. on page 9)
Sir. And what is worse opened was the same one for Is it because .y th--
you are uttering it to fool the which the last Government years past Is it because th Banana Shipment of 3rd September, 1964:
electorate so your father can had secured (free) land from people of Roseau recognized
get another chance at perpe, L. Rose & Co., the same one your Labour Government
tuating his inability and your father criticized in Dec. inefciency a nd Spurned Roau 38,920 5oo
ineptitude, ember 1960 as being built in them at the Town Council Portsmouth 39,257 508
n c....... 1.-.-..... oA-, .. ..._ elections? Coast 4,.xo 55

PIat L oLteve yuu I'now lda
when you give credit to your
father's Government for com-
pleting the Airfield, the Cas-
tle Bruce road, the Soufriere
road, the Laplaine road,
working on the Colihaut
road, you know that the for,

C-ow own anu- strange
coincidence followed the
identical plan for which the
previous Government had
already paid part of the archi,
tects' fees.
Pat Stevens you know
that the four schools your

This money was subse-
quently returned to Great
Britain along with other
monies amounting to nearly
Your father's Government
is so petty and inefficient that

Exports to 28th August, 1964
Exports to 3rd September, 1964
Exports to 3rd September, 1963
Decrease with 1964-Increase


1,862 Decrease





The nomination last week of Senator Hubert H. Hvmphny of Minnesota
as the Democratic Candidate for Vice-President in the forthcoming U, S.
elections was greeted with acclaim by the Europan Press. The Social-
ist President of Sweden called him a "progressive American", the paper
"La Monde" of Paris said it was a gain for peace and the'London "tven-
ing Standard" found him 'well-fitted to the Vice-Presidency and dedica-
ted to Civil Rights." He is a friend of British Socialist Leader Harold
Wilson We publish below the official biography of Senator Humphrey
as received from the Uniled States Information Service:



"To Hubert Humphrey -- without whom it couldn't
have happened Lyn-on B. Johnson"
This is the accolade President Johnson wrote on a
copy of a speech he had just delivered upon signing the
historic Civil Rights Act only July 2, and handed to Sena,
tor Hubert H. Humphrey, of Minnesota.
Thus the Chief Executive gave the major credit for
the passage of the far-reaching social legislation to the
veteran Democratic Senator, who as an Administration
floor leader had guided the bill to passage.
SThe enactment of the Civil thoroughlyand was a man
Rights Act of 1964 climaxed who understood the practice,
the long fight Hubert Hum., ilities legislative pro-
b.lies of the legislauve pro,
phrey was engaged in 16 ces. And as respect grew
years ago when he made af o r Senator Hutmphrey's
dramatic plea for a strong talents of diplomacy, act,
civil rights plank in the and organization, he soon
party's pctfozm at the 948 and organization, he soon
party's pktfom at the 948 found himself a member of
Democratic National Con' the "inner club".
vention. At that time, the Architect of l porta
young senatorial candidate Arctet tat
persuaded the convention to Legislation :
substitute his language for a In I959 at Senator Hum,
much milder dtaft. hrey's urging, the Senator
Even before the 1948 passed a resolution favoring
Nat onal Convention, as -iswae al- uce-liiCi
Mayor of Minneapolis he had for the suspension of nuclear
established the nation's first weapons tests in die atmos,
Municipal Fair Employment heree" In May of 1963 he
Practices Commission to cosponsored a further resolu,
eliminate discrimination. of tion to ban nuclear tests in
race, color or c r e e d in the atmosphere.
employment. Tairty-four Senators of
both parties supported this
Elected By Wide Margin resolution, indicating that a
limited nuclear test ban
In the fall of 1948 Mr. treaty would have a good
Humphrey ran for the Senate chance of being ratified by
and defeated Senator Ball by the Senate, a5 indeed it was
more than 240,000 votes to on SeFtember 24, 1963.
become the first Democratic Senator Humphrey's acti-
Senator e'er elected in Mit, cities in the foreign policy
nesota. He was re-elected field extend beyond arms re-
in 1954 and 1960. duction. In 1956-57 he was
Mr. Humphrey's rise to a U.S. delegate to the United
'his present position of influ, Nations and in 1958 he was
ence and leadership in the a delegate to the Unied
Senate was not an easy one. Nations Educational, Scienid,
His civil rights role in the fic and Culural Organiza,
1948 National Convention tion conference in Paris.
and his strong identification Intensely interested in Latin
with the party's liberal wing America, he worked closely
made the older members of with the Kennedy Adminis,
the "inner club" of the tration in launching the Alli,
Senate wary about the 37- ance for Progress program.
year-old freshman Senato. With Khrushchev
Mhn f id... ,d. aInterview With Khrushchev

IaLdliy Uo t 1ALII cons lULr
him a brash, articulate ad,
vccate with an inexhaustible
range of interests.
However, these members
of the "inner club" the
most influential Senators -
found out that Hubert Hum,
phrey was a Senator who
studied the subject at hand

In x958 the Senator be,
came the first American le/
gislator to talk at length with
Nikita Khrushchev in the
Soviet Union. He learned
much in the spirited eight,
hour talk with the Russian
Premier, and reported to
President Eisenhower and

Secretary of State Dulles EDUCATION
some of the first hints of de-
veloping SovietChinese diff- C0mmonw
erences, IStudents'
The national at'ection
which Senator Humphrey Academic
g.in'd from the Khrushchev
interview led him to seek the Commonw
Democratic presidential nor, studying in E
nation in the 1960 elections. tiring to mai
But after John F. Kennedy in ome case
defeated him in a critical academic stand
primary election in West This is or
Virginia, he withdrew from clusions reach
the rice, and after Mr. Ken., monweahh
nedy's nomination worked Liaison Con
hard for his election. fourth a'inual
The Senator's election as ed in Lon
Senate Majority Whip in (Tuesday) on
1961 enabled him to work of t h e
directly with two former Scholarship a
Senate colleagues in the Plan.
White House President Of the I82
Kennedy, and later President during 1963-
Johnson. He became a their tenure of
confidant of both. As the under the (
Assistant Majority Leader, Scholarship a
he was better able to advance Plan, 58 qual
proposals he had been advo- ates, 19 for n
caring during the Eisenhow, 23 for postgrad
er Administration. i8. for first deg
These included the Arms higher medical
Control and Disarmament "It is clear
Agency, which he prop ised. comments, "d
on February 4, 1960, and the all t h e
Peace Corps, proposed in a Scholars in
bill he introduced on June made, or- are
15, 1960. leri use of tl
-Tihese two measures joined -:.._..e, .
the list of other Hu ,mphrey sion is suppol
proposals that became real, received from
ties-the Food for Prace pro- colleges
scholars". 0:
gram, the Food Stamp pro-. c ars
gram that distributes food to
needy Americans, the Na, SOLU
tioial Defense Education CROSSW
Act, the Humphrey,Darham 1'S
Drug Regulation Act, the E
International HeAh. At., N
and legislation under which
food/short countries can buy OL M-f
U.S. food with their own o [w
currency, without using [\
foreign exchange. 1100

An Excellent Student II\ L 3IFi
Hubert Horatio Humph, [] Na
rey was born in Wallace,
South Dakota, on May 27, Prizewin:
1911, the son of a pha-macist
who have served as city al,
derman, mayor and state if g,
islator. He grew up talking
politics with his father. At
secondary school, he excelled
as student and debater.
Senator and Mrs. Hume
phrey have three sons, one As you rub on
daughter and two grandchil, feee their wves
penetrating de,
dren. He is a Congregation- of the pain,
alist (Protestant). Two books MELTNGita
by Senator Humphrey were really fast relic
published in August (1964) pains of rhe'
sciatica, fibro
-- "War on Poverty" on bruises. Get
August 4 and "The Cause chemist or dru
Is Mankind A Liberal B
Program for Modern Ameri, A I
ca" on August 17.

health Scholars
,ritain are con,
rntain high and,
es, outstanding
ie of the ccn/
ed by the Cmorn
nmittee in the
report publish,
idon yesterday
the operation
and Fellov.ship

students who,
64, completed
awards granted
ind Fellowqhip
ified for doctor,
masters degrees,
duate diplomas,
;rees and 20 for
l qualifications.
r", the report
that practically
Britain have
making, excel,
leir periods of

:ted by reports
universities and
on individual
fthe 924 Com-


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ner see page 9

mor.-wJlth Sciclars in resist
de:ce in the academic year
1963-64, 5o5 held scholar,
ships given by Britain, 241
by Canada, 99 by Australia,
22 by India and 20 by New
Zealand. Eight other Com-
monwealth countries also
gave scholarships that year to
a total of 37.
Scholars Do Return Home
Meanwhile in the course
o his speech to the Third
Commonwealth Education
Conference, now in session
in Ottawz, Canala, the
Leader of the British Delega,
tion, Sir Edward. Boyle,
Minister of State for Educa,
tion and Science in the.Brit-
ish Cabinet, commented in
a statement made on 24th
August by Professor Mathai
when this delegate said:
"Frequently Commonwealth
Scholars show a reluctance
to return to their own counri
The British Minister said:
"Actually the figures hardly
bear out this conclusion for
those who have completed
their courses so far. Thus
for the. 402 who- took .up>
wards in 1960 anin I96x,
332 have now completed
their attendance, and of .this
figure of 332, 790/ have' re
turned to their, own: boui- ,
tries and 13/. are still' in
Britain with the approval
both of their own country
and of the United Kingdom
Commission. The applica-
tions for deferment of 4%
are still being considered and
only 3 % that is i1 cut of
the 332- can be catagoried
as 'staying on without ap,
proval'." BIS

Vieux Fort Airfield
Handed Back
The United States Government
has returned its deactivated airfield at
Bean Field, St. Lucia to the St. Lucia

RADIAN-B you can -
of glowing warmth
ep down to the core
soothing it, and
containss aspirin for
f from the aches and /
umatism, lumbago,
isitis, sprains and
a bottle from your
g store today!




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the hearing of the sane and in the The discussion should be
presence; the moet er.d around "Group" and
fight and squabbles, the most noisy cits relative ronoun "who"
as far as electrical apparatus is con, I who .

I have overs'epped my boundary
of the GREAT ART OF MUSIC (and
for the first time) to touch on this
unfortunate c'rcumstanoe, which is
I am hoping that the Police and
the City Fatheas '.ill rectify this sad
outlook early by strict vigilance,
maintaining street order and disci,
Flne and let KENNEDY AVENUE be
worth the honour of truly "A Great



OUR lead story of last Saturday which chance earned by merit and hard w-rk. The Christian Musical Class.
began by noting the splendid come, It is good to know that the girls can ,
back made by the Dominica Grammar outmatch the boys at study if they try .
School was taken in some quarters to hard enough, because it means that they i r r rc c
,m~lyf h* r 1 Id It appears from recent copies of
imply an underestimation of have to inferiority complex. We should the Herald received here that New
other' s c hoo o1s and other like to see them join in more debates Street has changed its name to F
students. Numerically the D. G. S. with their youthful male contemporaries, "Kennedy Avenue". I hope that
did very well indeed, and the young gen/ not only in the hall and schoolroom but it has alb changed its nature and I
demen who qualified for mention are a in the more familiar confines of the family viscalise a broad sweeping avenue,
S. without open gutters, with tine
credit to their school as to their parents. living-room, where too often even brilliant modern b-iildings and shaded on a
When it comes to the award of girl behave in a rather dumb manner. both sides with magnificent trees. d
scholarships, which is not our business. Perhaps they have never been introduced Perhaps, when I retmn home, I it
quality more than quantity comes to the to the pleasurable art of conversation. shall find Field Lane enlarged and a
fore. The very young lady with the Jane It would appear from the overall results, bcautifie and renamed "Boulevard
.Austen name of ancestral excellence however, that Dominican students are not Banc rs faitfully.
certainly astonished most of us by excell, so much deficient in conversational ability EXPATRIATE, c
ing at "A" level in three difficult sub, as deficient in reading since English Litera, London, S. W. 6.
jets, Latin, English and French, and ture is at a low ebb hereabouts, despite w
Swill doubtless bear the palm away, add drama festivals, teachers' efforts and debat- A CatholiC y
iig another honour to the Convent High ing societies. The only way to gain an Mother's View t
School's fine reputation. intensive knowledge of Eng. Lit. is to o
We would draw our readers' attention read, and read, and read the best. Dear Madam, In con/ w
to the first letter (on scholarships) printed Since schools and pupils have a notice/ nection with' views on Birth cc
_in People's Post today, which we warmly able subjectattainm-nt difference some Control reproduced in the b
support for manifold reasons. One island centres of learmng excelling at Sscience HERALD of atufy, the A
scholarship is not enough for Dominica's or history for example and others in lan, 5th instant, I invite readers to w
bright scholars: we believe that Gov, gurge or 'the arts -that is an even read at page 51 of Reader's be
eminent would be both wise and, generous stronger reason why there should be two Digest, July, 1964, where "A fa
to implement the suggestion that there scholarships, so that the subtle and the Catholic Mother tells why I pz
should be two island scholarships, to give strong, the sciences and the humanities believe in Birth Control". th
one girl and one boy every year the may be adequately counterbalanced from It should be very enlighten, ol
chance to study at a University a a rapidly increasing battalion of scholars. ing not only to mothers, but v;
P 'o l s Post I ter place for man tolive in-- also to every potential mother bc
People'S POSt sShould space be available I will and father. p
Correspondents are asked to rnbmit theirfiull names and addresses as continue with this letter in your next Yours faithfully, y
guarantee of goud faith. but no necessarily for pu n. Letters should issue in order to emphasis the just INTERESTED PARENT,
be arsshottas possible. Controversial political I.tters will not be pub-, Is INTERESTED PARENT,
Ished anonmousl. Viewsexpressed in People's Pos'do not necessarily fication fcr the award )f an annual si
reflect the policy of the Ed.tor or the Prrprietor. Government Scholarship to girls of New Town.
-TW oTe p s of hstoy abod with our Secondary Schools regardless of
Two hlarh ins es of w oen's eterination whether or not the boys have done Discussion on r
IWO OCuu ,IUIdblllD instances of women's determination eceedingly well in theC.C E.
ot, to he left behind by the men exceedingly well in the C. C. E.
Needed not to be left behind by the men Yours fithfully, Words c
N e e when it comes to the role of contri,, Y f, WordsU a
buting something with the view of J.A. JAMES, Kennedy Street (Sic) of
Dear Madam, h reshaping this world of ours into its -- Dear Madam Editor,- A h
I am one of these original state. Undoubtedly most of A few discussions now and T
who have always advocated the policy them have direcy or indirectly read Kenne y Aveng ueto make te pape
of Secondary School girls' being or heard of the Garden of Eden in allagain help to make the paper B
awarded their own annual Govern- its glorious splendour. And since It was indeed a grateful gesture moreinteresting. n
ment Island Scholarship as distinct this entrancing beauty-this spiritual to the United States of America to Tn the issue of the DoMI a
from one for boys and it is not the EL DORADO of Eden is conti- assigning New Street in Roseau, to NICA HERALD of Saturday, n
first time that I have written to this nually haunting their mindsit will be the honour of the late President 29th August, 1964, en the h
effect in the local press. extremely difficult to find in any Fart Kennedy. front page; "The St. Mary's al
It is my opinion that the Fair Sex of the world a place where some wo- I happen to have been living in Academy Group who went, h
having been given as man's helpmate men are not busily doing something that street for over twelve years, and
(and this implies helping him in all outstanding to improve their village, I pause to say that the City Fathers etc., ctc. g;
his activities and not developing a town, island, country or continent, should have got it quite clean in Which is more correct ? b
competitive attitude towards him) Now their was a time when wo- every respect prior to the announce- h o" or "which" or
should be given equal educational men were satisfied that the part they ment. that If "who" is cor,
opportunities if this help is to be har, had to play in the effort to bring ab- 1 he most mad people abound, rect please efen it.
moniously effective. out a better world was confined to the roaming quite fre e I y; the most lese n i.
Women should be trained on a home. But they have in the process drunkards, the most licentious, the Ple.se note that this is not
co-ordinate basis and not on a sub- of time broken the chains of their most Yawles, the most vandals, the a criticism biut purely a dis,
ordinate one or on one which will confinement in order to extend their most brawlers, the most nudes and cushion opened to comments.
tend to make man feel that his posi. sphere of activities. I wish I had seminudes, the most urhins, the It is not wished that any
tion is being threatened. Since in space to'write here the life history of most insanitary to a great extent, no phrase may be added im, I
world affairs-in world developments Elizabeth Fry who, Madam Editor, police order whatsoever; the most m ediately after "rop" nr
-the sexes have an equal role to is only o.ie out of themany outstan- paupers and frustrated. mediately after Group nor
play, their educational opportunities ding instances of ;great women who Dirty language pours likevenom should any words be ander/
should be equal. have helped to make the world a bet- throughout the day and night for stood after "Grout".


eply:- We tend to use both
"which" and "who"
it) reference to per,
sons, but in the
instance q u o t e d,
"which" would de,
finitely have been
more suitable.

-----*------ j-

Mldam, '
I would like to make
n appeal through this me,
ium to all clubs taking part
n this year's football to
bolish the stepper system
nd revert to our old and
nast successful system of the
This new system which
ras introduced to us a few
ears ago does not mesh with
ie spirit and knowledge of
ur present day players. We
ill never in a hundred years
opy it successfully enough to
eat any of the other islands.
ind ccpy-ing the system
without proper coaching can
e tragic, as evidence of our
ilures in tournaments these
ast few years. Gone are
he days when centrehalves
f the Guye, Frank, De Sil-
a, Hurtault, and the Pem,
erto.i type were dominating
personalities on the field and
young centre-forwards could
n'y know their worth after
xty ii.;rutes play against
iese stalwarts.
S3me of the iew, encou,
Lging, crop of players who
would have matched players
f the old school of centre-
zlves are Osborne, S. John,
. C. Baptise, and M. John
aptiste, were they not chan,
elled along the wrong
venues. It must be re,
iembered that the centre-
alves like a goal keeper can't
afford to take a chance, but
ow much better for the
ame when he can use the
all as well as merely clear ii.
Thanks for space.
P. G. ALLEYNE, Roseau

Re, "instigate"
The Oxford International
Dictionary of the English
Language, 1957 edn., p.
sos8, has this:
(Cont. on page 7)


-2-- -



S ET us leave the Goernment and Opposition a while, and (oncero our-
selves with our responsibilities. The Political stability of a Nat;on
depends on tha people and their dealings wi.h the state, and that Govern-
ment is 'our business should by no means be ignored.
It dbes not do our country any good if we cherish the idea thit Rep-
rcsentativws are responsible for the success or failure of th:ngr. Each and
every one of us has a part to play in the building up of our territory.. I
must say tight now th:t the duty of the representatives is to negotiate and
plan, but we are expected in the interest of our country to give the necessary
Lo-operation to whichever Government is in power. This also applies to
tLe Instrumen ocf Covernment called the Civil Service. When given some-
thing to do for the state, we must not waste times and money under the be-
lief:hat Government can afford, and it is well off. A Government is rich
as its people is rich. If we inrdule in such mean practices, we are only
engaging ourselves in improveriting the country and making ihngs worse
for our c il 'ren. We must take a pride in whatever we do, and here is where
t ie question of integrity comes into play. We must not allow our political
sentiment; to prejudice our minds against goodwill. We must be honest
with our consciences and do our duty. No PoFltician can change things,
or improve things if he does not acquire adequate co-nperation. Cur atti-
tude m:st be chang-d in order to march diligently amor g the other progress,
sive countries. The late John F. Kennedy had this to sal: 'It is not what
the nation can do for you, but what you can do for the nation". He was
one ofthe greatest statesmen in the twentieth century.
I would be happy to deal with the question of Ta::es. Noone is
prepared to pay taxes. But a country cannot be run without finance; and
bhe question is how to arrive at getting money. We must bear in mind that
Government is the largest co-operative organization existing in ar:y country.
We need services with which we cannot provide ourselves, and which the
s ate is dedicated to provide: viz. Health, Educatior, Social Development,
Agriculture, Trade and Industry, Communication and a -ost of other
things that contribute to modern civilization. Even if we are blessed with
,C. D. & W. grants we are expected to make personal ccntributio. to our
national welfare. Br'tish Iaxpayers do not benefit directly from the taxes
they pay for our development, W must show an interest in ourselves if
we want others to show interest in us. And for these reasons we must pay
our taxes. I do not believe in misleading people, for the worst thing is to
be found out.
(Cont. on page 8)

Kwan) causes great sorrow to her,
and to his wife; Tessa through her
struggles manages to escape. Men,-
while Pat Boone fights violently to
get away from intoxicated Melonora,
a married flirt; Her husband John
Lancsurier tries de;reratel,, to pr-o
tect her, bur falls on a knife which
pricks him on his stomach. After
this, Pat l.avrs and later firds Nancy
on the same bus as himself.
Potr, with destination unknown
finds rescue in an uninhabited house
in the vhite wintry forest. They
spend the night, there, fulfilling
their d ies for love and lust.
Te;sa runs away at the blast ng of
the snow, afier Eddie hments his
imprudert wiys which will jeopar,
dize her life as the wife of a ruthless
Af.er s-ving her from the falling
masses of snow Eddie carries Nancy
to the highway where there they
meet Giria and Mico after their re- I
conciliation; they returned to th-e
circus and did the last art t. bring
the picture to its land mark, thus
ending with Pat conquering the love
f Nancy.

Schedule of App!icition for CermticLte of Title and Notings
thereon and Ctveals for rth week ending the 5th day o0 Sept. 1964
Nature ..*f Request whether
Date of Reques Person Presen:ing :tor Certificate of Title
___ __NNotings 'hereon or Caveat.
Requt dat Luke Fagequet for the issue of a First
Request dated j Luke Fagan lCertificate of Title (with plan
attachedd) in respect of a por-
31sL Aug., 1964 tion ot land situate i the
SVilllu'e of Mcrne Jaune,
Presented by his Solicitor in the Parish of St David in
i the Colony of Dominica,
31st Acu., 1"4 Cilma A.M. Dupigny containing 1.29 acres and
at 3 55 p m. wounded as follows:--On th-
SINorth-East by I a n d of
Georgie Langford, On the South-EL.t by land of Gecrgie Langford,
On the North-West by land of Babeson Mathcw and Dolina 1-agan,
And on the South by a ravine and land of Georgie Langford
Registrar's Offce, (Sgd) JOSEPH V. JEAN PIERRE
Roseau, Dominica, 1964. Registrar ofritles,
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 ef the above Schedule in the DOMINICA KEP.ALD 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.

Apphati on f" ""
Liquor Licence The Main Attraction
the Magistrate "E' By Our Film Reporter"CHRIS"
To D o t. c "E In this ninety minutes family
SChief of Police film released late 1963 by M.C.1M.
I, Mrs. BERNADINE ROCK directed by Daniel Patrie and Pro,
now residing at Laudat, duced. Written by John Patrick.
Parish of St. George do here, Pat Boone portrays Eddie, a vindic,
by give you notice that it is tive drifier who never keeps his jobs
for reasons beyond circumstances,
my intention to apply at the but he recollects a great zest of am,
Magistrate's Court to be held bigucusness and stabilizes himself in
at Roseau, on Friday, the the ci cus owned by Gina (Yvonne
2nd cay of Oct. 1964, ensu/ Mitchell) and' her husband Mico
ing for a retail LIQUOR LIC, (played by Kelvin Moore).
f m pr Mico, influenced by the beauty
ENCE in respect of my pre and charm of his sister-in-law Tessa,
mises at Laudat, Parish of (played by that go-go gal of"the
St. George, world of Suzie Wong", Nanicy
Dated the 21st day of BUYING CLOVES
August 1964.
Aug. 29-Sept. 12 ANg. zz-Sept. 12

Magistrate's Court, District "E", Roseau
TAKE NOTICE that thare 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 said district.
A new application, that is, by one who at the said date
does not hold a licence that is in force, must be fil!d 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




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Mental Health's New Look

From the Monthly letter of the Royal Bank of Canada
(Cont. from last week)
Medicine and Psychiatry
The help available to anyone wih me:-tal illness is
becominng nore extensive every yer. Medical and psy,
chiatric services are coming closer together, so that metal
illness can be treated in the same organizational, ad,
ministrative and prcfesional framework as physical illness.
In other words the patient suffering from mental ill,
uess should receive the same excellence of care and of media,
cal and ancillary health services as quickly, easily and effi/
ciently as the patient suffering physical illness.
The Canadian Medical Association recognizes the
important part that e-ery physician, regardless of type of
practice, has to play in improving our mental health know,
ledge and resources. The family d ctor is impcrtAnt in
discovering deviations from mental health, in early tieat-
ment, and in rehabilitation.
As their interest and skill increase it can be expected
that general practitioners will be able to handle efficiently a
large proportion of the mentally ill. Of the 18,ooo quali,
fled physicians in Canada it is estimated that there are more
than I,ooo engaged in men:al health services, of whom
more than 600 are qualified as specialists in psychiatry.
The Canadian Psychiatric Association has more than 900
It was back in :9i8, with leadership 'provided by the
Canadian Mental Health Association, that the Canadian
piiblic first showed interest in the mentally ill. In the
1930's, community psychiatric services began to develop.
The C.M.H.A. has as its objectives: (i) To secure
improvement in treatment facilities for the mentally ill in
Canada's hospitals; (2) To bring the mental health ser/
vices in our communities up to the highest standards; (3)
-?sstravffee-t -The- Mcnally ill-ehachy E am not
friendless and unwanted by society, and to provide them
with community help to regain social skills and confidence;
(4) .1o promote and finance urgently needed research into
the causes, treatment and prevention of mental illness; (5)
To inform and educate citizens in the facts about mental
health, and the prevention and treatment of mental orders;
(6) To provide special training experiences for the pro.,
fessional groups who deal with problems in mental health.
The C.1.H.A. report of Canada's needs, prepared
as the result of five years intensive research, is presented to
the public in a 214-page book called More for the Mind,
published in 1963 ($3 plus postage). The principles and
aims set forth in the report have been officially endorsed by
the committee on mental health of the Canadian Medical
Association "as being basic to the establishment of sound
programs and good clinical practice in the psychiatric
aspect of the comprehensive medical service."
The report may be summed up by quoting its five
principles: (i) Psychiatric services should be integrated
with the physical and personnel resources of the rest of
medicine; (2) A wide range of psychiatric services should
be established in the larger centres of population on a re/
gional or community basis; (3) The administration and
management of psychiatric services should be decentralized;
(4) The local or regional psychiatric services or hospital
clinics should be co-ordinated with private practice to pro/
mote maximum effectiveness and continuity of patient care;
(5) Recruitment, training and career programmes for pro,
fessional personnel in the mental health field should be
rapidly increased and improved.
For those who would like to earn more about these
principles, without technical detail, the C. M. H. A. has
published a booklet of 14 pages: How to deal with Mental
Problems, written by Harry Milt.
Education ha. Prfo r o Ps ,

Mental health is something chology at the University
that can be fostered, Toronto, said in a report
'"trengthene4 and maintained the National Committee
by education. Dr. Karl S. School Health Research


1948: "The school which
graduates boys and girls who
are lacking in social and-
emotional maturity fails even
ifschlarsl-:ip and high intel-
lectu:.l standing a e attained."
An article in Canadian Educa,
tin of June 1952 by Dr.J.
D. Griffin and J, R. Seeley
rem.trkd: "The school can-
nct help influencing the
psychological, emotional and
moral cevelcpment of the
Wit-.out a doubt t h e
classroom and the teacher
provide a setting with great
potential f-r assisting in the
development of strong and
wholesome person a 1 i r i e s
among child.en. The pro,/
fessional group trained rn
children's mental health ser,
vices is emerging as an im,
portant specialty within the
mental health field in Cana,
da, while more and more
about human relationships is
being added to the curricu,
lum of general teacher train,
Education in mental
health is making its way inio
industry. Preventive pro/
grammes include lectures and
discu sions on mental health
and hygiene with groups of
workers as well as with
iaz.ge n nt.-TE 2.htL.'---
standing obtained through
these discussions helps execu,
tives and workers to handle
their emotional and stress
problems with skill.
Preventive Measures
It is ony in the last hun/
dred years that the prevention
of physical disease has made
headway, and we have barely
started on the task of prevent/
ing mental illness from deve,
loping. We have begun .o
realize that it is better to
cultivate a serene mental atti .
tude from childhood than to
have to salvage it from the
wreckage caused by avoida-
ble emotional strain.
Such a purpose takes us
beyond the co.ifines of reme,
dial services: indeed, far be/
vond anything said previously
in this Letter. It takes us to
consideration of a new out/
look, a new way of life.
We have inherited a social
environment which includes
fears, frustrations, misconcep,
tion and prejudices. This is
fertile soil in which to grow
mental and emotional distur,
Research has established
that the social setting and the
community have a bearing
on relapse rates in mental
illness. This points indis,
putably to the need for im,

proving the social environ, mental illness services.
ment, the interpersonal re/ they can move forward
lationships of people, as a massi;c deltemired
major step toward preventing toward a h:gh level of
mental ill healh. health.
What stimulus are vwe
waiting for The magni
rude of the suffering :s un ,
deniable. Tre means o: Biibery In
alleviationr and cure -re in, Reverse
cre'es'ngly available.

d in a

Govenments can do much A foreign acquaintance cf mine
more than they are doing to once asked me if I knw M%'. f,
organize and su p o r t who was a judge in the mixed
measures of prev-ntion, treat, courts. I said I knew him quite
t ad re ra ell. "Do you think," my acquain-
ment an restoraon. They tance then asked, "that it would be
have said that they are an- helpful if sent him a case ofchairr
xioas to do the right thing if pagn"a I have a plea down for
the people really want it. As hearing before him.' Judge X was a
is noted in Moe for the Mind: highly austere man, and I replied
E d rs ae that I could tnink of no better way
Elected representatives are for nim to los. is cse. He thanked
not yet sure that mental ill- me for my advice and went away
ness and psychiatric services thoughtfuuy. A week or o later he
are matters in which the tcld me that e aecison had been
public has a real interest." given in his favour. "No doubt the
Herein lies an oppotunity champagne helped," he added.
fo vu- m t "You don't mean t3 Cld me that
for voluntary community you had the impertinence to send it
groups to organize themselves to Judge X"' Isaid. "Yes," he re,
for public education. They plied. "I sent i: all right.- From
can muster a geat weight of "Mosily Murder" by Sir Sydney Stiith
awakened opinion behind the -- Harrap
established ass citations in an SUPPORT THE
effort to close the gps in HEFALD
_. _--------
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and. Notings
t.ereon and Ca-,ea.afor the week ending the 5th day of Sett, 1964
---- --Tature Reqe--us--wfeter r"
T)at= of Request Person Presenting Certificate of title or Noting
thereon or Caveat
_-- ---- Request for 'ne.issue of a First Cer-
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 of Dominica,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
Romain And on the West by latd of Elsie Charles
Regist-'r's Office -(Sd.) JosEEP V. J' AN PIERRE,
Roseau, Dominica, 1964 Registrar or Titles
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Cer-
tificate ofTitle on the above application may enter a Caveat in.he above
office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the above
Schedule in the DOMINICA HEpiLo Newsoaoer published in this islandd 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.
Sept. 5-12
Schedule of Applications for Certificates 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 Certifrate or itle or
Notings thereon of Caveat
Request for the issue of a First
Request dated Luke Fagan Certificate of Title (wih plan
attached) in respect of a por-
31st Aug., 1964 tion' of land s;tuate ii the
by his Solicitor Village of Morne Jaune, in
Presented the Parish of St. David, in
31st Aug., 1964 Cilma A.M. Dupigny the Colony of Dominica,
at 3.50 p.m. containing 19.428 square
feet, and bounded as fol-
lows:- On the North by land of Edwill Cadette and S'Olive Abel, On
the South by laid 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
Rlseau, Dominica, 1964 Registrar of Titles.
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certi-
ficate of Fi'e on the above application may enter a Caveat in the above
office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the
above Schedule in the DOMINICA HERALD newspaper published in this
Island or from the date when the notice prescribed by law was last served
on any owner or occupier of adjoining land in respect of which the appli-
cation is made.
Sept. 5-12




People's POSti
(Cont. from p. 4)
"Instigate . .. trans. To
spur, urge on; to stir up,
stimulate, incite (now mostly
to something evil). 2. To stick
up, foment, provoke 185-.".
Yours faithfully,
Will "Jameson" and "V. J. C."
kindly give us their full names
and addresses: we will then print
tneir letters about "Pat Stevens'

University News

Retirement And Appointments

Dr. Francis H. Powen, Dean of
Students at U.W.I., Mona, retired
from his post last month, but has
accepted an invitation to be filltinie
Warden of Chancellor Hill for a
year. The post of Dea- of Students
is not being filled at present.
Vernon F. Anderson, O.B.E.,
M.D., has been appointed full'in.'e
warden of Taylor Ha'l, Mona re-
placing Sidney L. Martin, M.Sc.
who held that pest whilst alo
Registrar of the University at Mona.
Mr. Martin has been appointed
Principal of the Univesity's College
of Arts and Sciences in Bridgetown,
Barbados, on secondment from his
substantive post f'r about a year in
the first instance.
Replacing Mr. Martin as Regis;
trar is Mr. Hector L. Wynter, M.
A. (Cxon.) on secondment from
his substantive cost of Director of
ExtraMural Studies. Mr. Wyiiter
has been acting, on secondment,
during the pist year as High Cornm
missioner for Jamaic? in Pon'-f-
Spain. It will be remembered that
he was the subject of an attack last
month in Trinidad which caused
considerable diplomatic tension be-
tween Jamaica and Trinidad.

Trinidad For
African Meetings

bass dor.
His Imperial Highness
Selassie I, Emperor of Ethio,
pia, who is also Chairman
of the O. A. U. has been
invited to Trinidad & Toba,
go and is expected to make
his visit there this year.
Sergeant Phillip
Fo- U.K. Course

No. 59 Police Sergeant
J. C. B, PHTLLIP left the
territory by the Banana Boat
MV Perikies on the 19th
August last for the United
Kingdom to attend the Non,
Gazetted Polic Officers'
Training Course at the
Metropolitan Training School
at Hendon commenciing 4th
Sergeant PHILLTP was
enlisted in the Dominica
Police Force on Ist May
1945 and was promoted to
his present rank on ist
August 1958. He attended
successfully a six w ee k s
N. C. O.'s Refresher Course
at the Regional Police Train-
ing Centre in Barbados dur,
ing 1962.

Applications For
I Jj r.u oes

To the
"E" & C]
residing at
(Pot t e r
of St. G
give you n
at Roseau
day of Oc

A Gover ment release for a retail
from Trinidad & Tobago in respect
states that that country has Pottersville
been invited to the Confer, George,
ence of Heads of State and Dated i
of Government of Non/ Augus:
Aligned Sta:es to be held in CLC
Cairo, beginning with a Sept. 5-
Foreign .Miniser's meeting-
starting October I and To the Mag
Chief of Pol.
followed by a meeting of I, OLIvI
Heads cf State and Govern' ing at 30 Vic
ment beginning October 5. Parish of
Trinidad & Tobago will do hereby
have observer status and be it is my inte
represented by Sir Ellis Magistrate's
SRoseau, o
Clarke, Ambassador to the of October
United Staces and Permanent LIQUOR LI
Representative to the Un;ted premises at 3
Nations, and Mr. Kenreth of St. Georg
Seal y, Permanent Secretary, Dated the
Ministry of External Affairs.964.
It was also decided by Sept. 5-19
Cabinet that Trinidad &
Tobago should be represent, To the
ed at Addis Ababa for meet- &
ings of the Organisation of ing at Cali
African Unity by an Am/ Andrew, do

Magistrate District
chief of Police
36 Eliot's Avenue
svill 1e), Parish
eorge do hereby
notice that it is my
to apply at the
's Court to be held
on Friday the 2nd
:t. 1964, ensuing
of my prerlises at
:, Parish of St.

the 31st day of
istrate Dist."E" & the
E WATT now resid,
cLoria Street (Roseau),
St. Geor g e,
give you notice that
nation to apply at the
Court to be held at
n Friday the 2nd day
:964, ensuing for a retail
CENCE in respect of my
3o Victoria Street, Parish
3Ist day of August,

Magistrate Dist. "G"
:he Chief of Police
SIA BRYANT, now resid-
bishie, Parish of St.
o hereby give you notice

tFat it is my intention to apply at
the Magistrate's Cour to be held at
Portsmouth, on Monday, the 5th day
of October 1964, ensuing for a
Tavern Liquor Licence in respect
of my premises situated at Call,
bishie, Parish of St. Andrew.
Dated the 28th day of August
Sept. 5-19
To the Magistrate Dist. "G"
& Chief of Police
I, JOHN SEBASTIEN, now resid-
ing at Colihaut, Parish of St. Peter,
do hereby give you notice that it is
my intention to apply at the Magis-
trate's Court to be held at Ports-
mouth, on Monday, the 5th day of
October, t964, ensuing for a retail
Liquor Licence in respect of my
premises at Colihaut, Parish of St.
Dated the 29th day of August,
Sept, 5-19
To the Magistiate Dist. "G" &
Chief ot Police.
We Rebecca Lundy & Sons now
residing at Wesley Parish ofSt.
Andrew do hereby give you notice
that it is our intention to apply at
the Magistrate's Court to be held at
Portsmou h on Monday the 5th day
of October 1964, ensuing for a
of our premises at Wesley Parish of
St. Andrew.
Dated the 28th day of Aug. 1964.
Rebecca Lundy & Sons W.W.
Sept 5 i9th

T--Tta Me g;5r r=e Dism "E '--,e
Chief of Police.
I, CHARLES GRAHAM, now rcsid,
ing at Roger 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 Friday,
the 2nd day of October 1964, ensu-
ing for a retail LIquOR LICENCE in
respect of my premises at Roger Par,
ish of St. Paul.
Datedthe 7th day of September,
Sept. 12-26

To the Mig'strate Dist. "E" &
Chief of Police.
I, DANIEL GEORGE now resid-
ing at Pottersville Parish of St. George
do hereby give you notice that it is my
intention to app'y at the Magis.rate's
Court to be held at Roseau on Fri-
day, the 2nd day of October 1964,
ensuing for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE
in respect of my premises at 52, Pot-
ter Street Parish of St. George.
Dated the 5rh dav of Sen- 1 O9A.


I, Edward LeBlanc of Calibishic,
hereby declare teat I am no longer
responsible for any debts or other
liabilities i n c u r r e d by my wife,
Theresa (nee Toussaint). wio. left
my home and protection, two
months ago a n d refuses to return.


"- Y. .r .." I, DENIS LEWIS of Campbcl,
DANIEL GEORGE hereby declare that I am ot longer
Sept. 12-26 responsible for any debts or oti.t
liabilities i n cu r r e d by my wife,
Bernardette (nee Joseph), she having
To the Magistrate Dist. "E" & left my home and protection without
Chief of Police, just cuse.
I, LOUISA BELLOT, now resid- Sept. 12-26
ing at St. Joseph Parish of St. Joseph
do hereby give you notice that it is RABBITS -- PETS,
my intention to apply at the Magis f La
trate's Court to be held at Roseau OR FUUU
on Friday, the and day of October "There has been a great
1964, e n s u i n g fo r a
TAVERN LIQUOR LICENCE in deal of nonsense talked about
respect of my premises at St. Joseph the difficulties Of keeping and
Parish of St. Joseph. breeding rabbits in the West
Dated the 5th day of Sept, 1964 Indies, ."
LOUISA BELLOT 'Never lift a rabbit by the
Sept. 12-26 ears, but by the skin at the
back of the neck .."
Some vines and grasses are
To the Magistrate Dist. "F" poisonous to rabbits, some
& Chief of Police. are excellent food do you
I, CoxoN L'HOMME now know which is which?
residing at La Plaine Parish What happens i you.. dis-
of St. Patrick do hereby give turb a nest of newlyborn
you notice that it is my inten- rabbits?
tion to apply at the Magis, These facts and the an-
trate's Court to be held at swers to all )our questions
Grand Bay on Friday, the on the breeding of RABBITS
.=,d -day -of-Oc6cta ,94, A,-gkTASf Aft -MPG-- riART
ensuing for a retail SOURCE OF FOOD can befound
LIQUOR LICENCE in res- in Mr. Stephen Hawels' book:
pectof my premises at RABBiTS IN THE WEST
La Plaine Parish of St. Pat, INDIES
c td te 9th d a y A limited number of copies
Datd he th a of this unique and authorita-
September 1964. tive book is available at the
N.B. The above is a transfer per copy.
from Concord to La Plaine. Get yours now, before
Sept. 12-26 stocks run out !


Australian opening batsman Bill Lawry plays forward and misses
to Britain's new pace bowling star John Price.



Cont. fjro page 5
Let us have a look at our opinion about conferences. We claim that
there are too many conferences abroad. Bur, for your information, were 't
not for the series of co'fererces, there might have been a third world wa,.
More is achieved by face to face talks than correspondence! Such is evi,
dent in one every day life. And I will go further. If nu;
country is invited to a conference and refuses to attend,
when the time comes to benefit and we are left out, are we
prepared to blame ourselves or the Government. We mu.t
be careful about our way of thinking. If we ignore the
Colonial Secretary lpon whom we depend for the greater
part of financial assistance where co .0 e stand. The very
opposition will say Government failed to represent you. \We
must look ahead. The success .;f Antigua, Barbados,
St. Kitts, Trinidad etc. is due largely to the at itude of the
people to their country. We must sp.ak and wrre on any-
thing which is detrimental to progress.
One more point of interL.s bet'Or I close. To the
people of Roseau, cooperate as far as keeping the city clean
is concerned, for you must think of your health and not of
the Mayor or Ministers of Government. A sense of pride,
decency & cleanliness dcei not include political senimerts.
I shall continue as time goes on, in my setres of lec,
tures on political education, for I tind it more necessary at
at present to educate thad to spend much rime in c.iticisms,
for when people are educated they can take care ofthemsel",s.
The following article on Mental in which the subjct has an unnatdir
Health is a precis of the lecture al and (even to them) illogical tear
given by Dr. Robert Steinmuller to of s)mehmng confined s p a c e
a capacity crowd at the Imray (id.iirsoplr.a), .-ileoper. spaces
Sohoolroom on Friday night last (a~i~olbi.a), foreigners (Z:enp.,oi),
week. For editorial convenience it cats or aeroplanes, for instance.
is written as if direct from the pen Sorre of the anxmey neuroses gi\e
of the Doctor riseto physical symptoms far which
A w -once there appear to be no physiclogica
eW OnC jiep- causes. Psychosomatic illnesses are
tion Of Mer.tal O""ie met y doctor in their ordin-
ary medical work. Many I.gal corn-
-SE ~ ._ I I ntn'-.in rtS ame rnmplirai.d by

iillne~s --rar
by Dr. Robert
In these days, all over the world,
there is a new conception of Mental
Illness which is more and more
, equated with the problems of living.
No longer are the mentally sick a
set-apart number of "lunatics" se-
questered in an "asylum". The
barbaric, archaic words "lunacy"
and "lunatics" are no longer used,
even in a legal sense, in modern
The persons concerned now with
mental illness are many and include
the Police. Doctors, Psychologists,
Ministers of Religion, Welfare
Workers, Community Development
Workers and Probation Officers -
all of whom can be grouped together
under the term behaviorall scient-
Types Of Mental illness
The most generally recognized
types of mental illnesses are those
classified as psychoses; ordinary people
would just say that the patients are
"crazy". A pyschotic reaction is
one in which the patient has lost
contact ith reality. This can take
place during the course of a normal
illness in which the patient is de)i-
rious due to a high fever, but a per-
sisrent psychosis has to be taken
care of by a psychiatrist.
Persons who are scared, anxious,
worried or depressed for part of the
time, rarely, or all of the time are
suffering from a neurosis.
These are particularly related to the
environment of the persons con-
cerned. Another prominent neurosis
stemming from war is "combat
fatigue" or shell-shock.
The next mild form of mental
illness is a group known as phobias

psychomatic illnesses. which are
genuine even ifthe cause as mental
but subconscious.
Depression is one of the common-
est forms of illness which seldom
reach the mental hospital. I myself
have had ma.y cases of depression
referred to me in Dominica by local
doctors. The physical sympicms
such as diarrheoi, sleeplessness and
backache are obvious. Depression is
usually susceptible to quite simple
Personality defects, often consi-
dered impossible of change, are not
necessarily irreversible. Alcoholics.
perverts, even some criminals, can be
greatly helped and often cured by a
Milder forms of personality de,
fects even the hen-pecked hus-
band or the unsuccessful salesman
can be helped in the same way.
Under this heading can be classified
the problems of married persons, so
often helped by the priest, the social
worker or the marriage counsellor.
Nervous Headaches
Pure psychosomatic illness are
typified by "nervous headaches",
tension ache; in the neck, asthma,
coltis etc. Sometimes an allergy is
partly responsible but mental media,
cation and-or other psychiatric treat,
meant is always necessary.
Frim the above list, you can see
that the mental health of Dominica
does not merely involve the 33
patients in the Mental Hospital, but
a'l those with problems too difficult
for solution; with the education of
children so that they grow up with,
neuroses, capable of coping with
their own problems and anxieties
and given the ability to live, love
and enjoy life. Cont. next week -




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Stuart Williams'
(Cont. from p. 2)
Not so long ago you your/
selfcriricised the "do-nothing,
ness" of your party's Govern,
ment and they threw you out
of it. Since theit they have
done still less, and because
elections are only 16 months
away you try to justify a re,
turn for your father !
Pat Stevens, your father's
Government is a mes s.
Politically, Pat Stevens, your
father is a mess. Likewise
Pat Stevens YOU too are a

Chile Swings Left
Santiago, Chile, Sept., 5,
C. P.-Pro-Western, Moder,
ate leftist, Eduardo Frei rode
to a landslide victory in the
Chilean presidential elections
with supporters cf Castroist
Salvador Allende saying that
the time has come for revolu-
Unn-- Aa Hit -Rv
Mllnn hnaa Ulii- Rw

U.S. Election Heats Up
"There is no such thing as a con-
ventional nuclear weapon", said
President Johnson in his Labour Day
speech this week. This was in reply
to Republican candidate Senator
Goldwiter's statement that hs would
approve the',se of conventional nu-
clear weapons and their control by the
The latest opinion polls show that
Lyndon Johhson is well ahead in the
Presidential Election race.
(Voice of America)

Applications For
Liquor Licences
To the Magistrate Dist. "G"
& Chief of Police.
I, ALLAD ABEL now ret-,
ding at Marigot Parish of St.
Andrew do hereby give you
notice that it is my intention
to apply at the Magistrate's
Court to be h el d at Ports-
Dmouth on Monday the 5th
day of October 1964, ensu,
ing for a retail LIQUOR
LICENCE in respect of
Mr. Henson Carlton premises
at Samsgutter,. Parish of St.
Dated the 7th day of Sept,
ember 1964. i

Ranger ? Named BALLAD ABEL
N.B. The above is a transfer Sept.
_ a EB v. ----- jfrf Ralph Carhcn.

The International Astronomical
Union decided here to so designate To the Magistrate Dist. "G' the
the region where Ranger-7 smashed & Chief of Police. than
into the moon as it radioed t, earth I, MARY PARIS, now resl- weal
more than 4,000 closevup pictures of din at Cray Fish River Par- w
the lunar surface earlier this summer.
USIS ish of St. David do hereby

The first Herald Crossword was won by Miss Heather
Osborne of King's Hill, Her's was the first answer drawn
cut of II correct ones received. Owing to a misprint -
22 Across, "Mouth" for "Month" we accepted as correct
"Bay" and "Say" as well as the correct "Iday" guesed by
several entrants.


Down Payments on Fertilizers on Credit
APPLICANTS for fertilizers on credit are reminded of
the 20% down payment which must be paid before the fertilizers
can be issued out.
This works out at $1.82 per bag and it will save the
time of all concerned if growers would apply only for
quantities of fertilizers within their means after taking into
account the down payments required.
The Fertilizer Credit clerks are heavily pressed with
processing the large numbers of applications on hand and
there will be no time for alteration of vouchers and the
complications involved when applicants find they cannot
meet the down payments and ask for quantities to be
General Manager.
Dominica Banana Growers' Assn.,
8th Sept., 1964,
Ref. F. 12
Sept. 12--19


Give you notice t'at it is my
intention to apply at :h: Ma-
gistrate's Court cc be held at
Portsmouth on Monday, the
5th day of October 1964, en*
for i retail LIQUOR LICENCE
in respect of my premises at
Cray Fish River Parish of
St. David.
Dated the 9th day of
September 1964.
Sept. 12--26
To the Magistrate Disr. "E" &
Chief of Police.
residing at Mero Parish of St. Joseph
do hereby give you notice that it is my
intention to -pply at the Magistrate's
Court to be held at Roseau on Fri-
day, the 5th day ofOct. 1964, ensu-
in respect of my premis-s at Mero
Parish of St. Joseph.
Dated the 5th day of Sept. 1964.
Sept. 12-26
To the Magistrate Dist. "E" & the
residing at Mero Parish of St. Joseph
do hereby give you notice that it is
my intention to apply at the Magis,
trate's Court to be held at Roseau on
Friday, the and day of Oct. t9, 4
ensuing for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE
in respect of my premises at Mero
Parish of St. Joseph.
; iated the


~. ~ k -



S Subscribers are kindly requested to report before
S 12 noon on Saturday if their papers have not been!
S delivered. We may be sold out by that time. I


Fertilizer Credit Scheme Operation In
Northern District
APPLICANTS for fertilisers on credit in the Northern
District are requested to send their applications accompanied
by dockets or sales "slips" for the previous two months to the
Branch Manager, Northern Districi at the Association's
Pcrtsmouth Office.
Large numbers of applications have been received at
Portsmouth without the required dockets or sales "slips"
and these applications are held up until the necessary docu,
ments are sent the Branch Manager (Mr. Waldron).
To expedite matters, arrangements are being made for
the Field Officer, 4Northern District, (Mr. Patrick Laville)
to visit the following places on the dates and times specified
below, to collect the required dockets and slips. They
will be returned to the respective applicants after they have
been processed at Portsmouth Branch Office:-

Vieille Case Police Station
Calibishle Police St-ticn
Weiley Leaf Spot Office
Marlgot Police Slation

7th Sept., 1964.
Ref F. 12
Sept. 12.

14th qnd 21st Sept., 1964 9 a.m. to 12 noon
do 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
15th and 22nd Sept., 1964 9 a m,.to 12noon
do 2 p.mi to 4 p.m.
General Manager

NO. 2

A PRIZE OF THREE DOLLARS ($3.00) will be awarded to the first correct solution of
NEW HERALD CROSSWORD opened. All results must reach the HERALD Office not later
I midday on Thursday, September 24th. The Editor's decision is final, You have two
ks to complete. Please mark your envelope "Crossword No. 2".

i. First in rank.
4. Woodworking tool.
Io. Abrupt.
Ii. Ride.
12. Not Goliath.
13. Hurry.

5rs. Surrender.
17. Tears.
2c. Hysterical fear.
23. My own.
25. Teller of tales.
26. Domesticates.
27. Palms.

2. Cord.
3. Centre.
5. Means of accent.
6. Fastener.
7. Bang.
8. Rescued.
9. Place of storage.
14. Unlawful thing.
16. Above beast.
17. Radio detecting
18. Easy.
i9. Raves.
20. Primitive grinder.
21. Symbol of Christianity.
22. Monarch.
24. Sign.

28. Vegetables.



ADDRESS- --------






Local i
THE 1964 fi
dulei to
Sunday at 4.3
with Blackburn
Whle we eag
seasonI, ,we are
players -ave ha
and the standard
pcted to be ve
Generally s
much good tbo
take a firm h0 I
set. It good,
ingredient to th
ful encounter a
only mean aah
the game and
shapp and firm
course of the i
Rough and
penalised. Le
out it-as, sco
play we lay the
and scrabbles o
is a game where
ily as anger find
er emotions, so
to take,it easy
will happen -
ieferee take sole
Both teams,
tan are having
'and so we don
of.thd.sides so
tive merits. and
.and their proper
''tari,who perfo
disappointed 1
a lot to be
Blackburn, an
show consider
start of the se
horribly later
match last y
S- o. Referi
who with Mess
Shillingford re
the trade in the
whistle and Ii
keep a tight re
West Indi
Sir Frank V
handsome 193
England XI:
Batting first af
the tass the W
led out for 13
did spell of pa
Caldwell who
overs, only
Frank 25, Nu
worthy resistan
England XI
which Dexter
mins hitting I
beautiful innir
& King 3 for
successful bowl
Trailing by
slammed the n
for 6 declared,
play of vintage
Nurse 69 and
superbly, but
that dappe
Kanbai, his u
ofbeauty, exc
With Butcher
the 4th wicket

TLIG HT ali told ba ged 20 fours and 6 graduate POLICE SERICE COMMISSION
THT sixes. Graduate MEETS HERE
S fi The task of scoring 402 in the At Large Members the Po
ip rtight fourth innings was too formidableMembersof e Poce
and the England XI bowed in de- "THE Economics Faculty Service Commission for the
OTBALL feat 293 runs short of target, but not of the University of Windward & Leewaid Is,
before Ted Dexter showing admira- the West Indies is adequate/ lands held a conference from
football season is sche- ble restraint belted 11i not out off ly suited to te needs of the S t. 8 to 9 in Dominica.
g't off the mark on the West Indies attack. Gibbs area said Franklin "Son- A civilian comm-ssion (one
30 at Windsor Park finished with 4 for 60.ar sad rankon civian
n oppKosihg Spartans. The next and final match against son" Watty in an interview of t'e steps towards fedra-
;erly await this league an even stronger England XI com- with a Herald reporter last tion), the P. S. C. is con-
Salso conscious that mence next Monday and ends on weekend. cerned w t h promotions,
ad but little practice Wednesday. Mr. Watty is well/quali- transfers, appointments, ac,
ry high early is not the ASSie Final Win fied to make that statement: comodation and amenities in
The touring Australiau team having recently graduated the Police Forces of the is-
peaking it would do rounded up their first class pro- B.Sc. (Ecen.) after studying lands.
h game vierey victory over T,N. Pearce's XI earlier subjects (particularly agrono, Before their formal meet-
eferee is an essential this week. Scores in the match were my) of special interest to ing at G. H. on Thursday,
e recipe of a success- Australans 400 and 153 fo: 3 T.N. Dominica. Franklin, D.G.S. rhe commission h.d toured
rd by good, we don't Pearce's XI 248 and 302. Lawry oldboy, went t' Mona in Police and Fire H. Q s,
thorough knowledge of ad Cowper dominated play in Sep.e-nber 1960 with a visited St. Joseph Police Sta,
Sits tactics, but one thinnings for the Aussies while U. W. I. Exhibition: he tion a n d h e a r d (when
a enough to control the Sharp, Close & Bolus played use-
natch. fully for the home side. hopes to do postgraduate? requested officially) com,
antidy play must be Dates To Remember work in agricultural econo, plaints and appeals. A
yet's make no bones ab- The Australians are due to tour mics. representative from e a h
n as we tolerate rough the West Indies next year fo, what is Watty is not yet employed, island was present. Domin,
foundations for fights regarded by many as the world Perhaps "old heads" and ica's member is Mr. Charles
)n the tield. Football championship. A proposed itinerary "diehards" think that he Bully.
e tempers can flare eas- shows the following dates for the lacks cxpcrience, nevertheless
ds the surface over oth- test matches. a s rience, ne shouldA licaion Fo
this is an appeal to all March 3rd 9th Ist Test a qualed young houCa FOr
- accidents do and March 26th-April ist z2nd Test be placed in a position from |.U LIC en
Sand above all let the April r4th- 2ist 3rd Test which the public can derive Li L
charge of the game. May 5th May IIth 4th Test maximum utility from his spe- To the Magistrate D;st.
Blackbrrn & Spar- May '14th -- 2oh th Test cialised knowledge. "E" & Chief of Police.
t have a break-down TABLE TENNIS Re-ders will rem mber I, CECIL HECTOR now
as to analyse the' rela- Barbados won the me.s team event that Franklin was Vice, residing at Roseau Parish of
demerits of either side at the 7th annual West Indies Table President of the Students' St. GEORGE do hereby give
civee chances. Spar- Tennis Tournament held in George- G Uild, Chairman ofrthe Ex- you notice that it is my
rmed well in 1962, town B. C. 'whle Jaaaica captured rnal affairs Commission rtenion to apply t the
ast year, but there's the women title, also in the team ternal Afairs Commi n itenon a y at the
said for their togh event. at U. W. I. and lead in e -Mdl g.xsr t 's. a ewrb .-.
; bates against Pittsburgh and at Roseau oi Friday, the 2nd
the other hand always Columbia Universities. day of October 1964, ensuing
able pro mise atthe, for a TAVERN LICENCE in
ason,but disappoint respect of my premises at
on. In the similar Caribbean Jaycees' Roseau Parish of St. George
fear Blackburn won Dated the ioth day of
ee Eddie Robinson, Development Day Electior.s Dated the r oth day of
srs Alleyne & Wilfred September 1964.
e about the best in OMINICA celebrated A .... ... CECIL HECTOR

e islands will carry the
have .no doubt will
in on things.
ians To Victory
Worrel's XI enjoyed a
runs victory over an
led by Ted Dexter.
fer Worrell had won
est Indies were skitt-
7, thanks to a splen-
ace stuff from Len
Took 6 for 36 in 23
Sobers 29, and Sir
irse 20 offered note-
Replied with 183, in
* cracked 84 in95
Ssix and Ii fours, a
ngs. Sobeas 4 for 59
32 were the most
46, the West Indians
mammoth score of 448
giving a festival dis-
e batting. Smith 68,
3 Butcher 74 batted
the day belonged to
r dare-devil Rohan
[70 being an innings
itement and power.
he put on Yoi for
in only 90 mins and

I .].It.ril.nu w jiioiiaml w a s{
SCaribbean Deve'opmcnt elected President for the corn
Day last Tucsday with a dis oi
ing year of the Dominica
play of Books by West In, junior Chamber of Comrn
dian authors for oe week. merce last We d n e s d a y.
Radio Addresses were broad. Vi--,Presidents are Garnet
cast by the Chief Ministr Didier and Anthony White,
and local Social Develop, James Royer tales over as
ment Officer, also a recorded Secretary and Carlton Peters
broadcast by General Secre- is Treasurer.
tary Clovis Beauregard of
the Caribbean Organisation, S. PPO R THE
Puerto Rico. HEEALD


There is a mani who washed his hands,
A man who flew away,
He gave his sacrosanct commands:
The others made his play.

Expulsion is his life/motive,
Evasiveness his tone,
Who dares to criticize must leave,
Though many people moain.

Go north, small man, yes go back north,
That is where you belong;
We welcomed you when you came forth,
Now we admit we're wrong,

Sept. 12-26

The Britisl
conference rh
mmngl for aN
try of 35 hou
weeks' holiday
person. (B.


* Working

h T. U. C. at its -rtnual
is week vo'ed overwhel,
working week in indus-
irs ard a e a s t three
ay with py for every
B. C.)


TENDERS are hereby invited for
the supply of barbed wire to
the Agricultural D0partment In lots
of 200 rolls.
Tenders should be sealed and
addressed to Chairman, Livestock
Development Project Committee not
later than 21st September, 1964.
The Committee does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any
Acting Agriculttral Superintende t
Livestock Development Project
Sept. 12, 19

8' lengths only-
Limited quantity
$2,40 per sheet
Sept. 12-26

Dominica Grammar
Parent Teachers Asso0Graioni
There will be
meeting of the above
association on Mon-
day 21st. September
next at 8.00 p.m. at
the Grammar
Sept. 12

University Of The West Indies
Applications are invited for the post of Research Assistant in the
Institute of Social and economicss Research (Eastern Caribbean Branch),
Barbados, to carry out an economic Survey into the cost of production of
bananas in the Windwari Islands, The appointment will be for oneYUear.
Salary will he paid at the rate of 800o per annum and in addition
travelling and miscellaneous expenses will be paid.
Detailed applications (six copies) giving fill particulars ofqualifica.
tions and experience, date of birth and the names cf two persons to whom
reference may be made, should I be sent to the Regis'rar, University of the
West Indies, Kirgston 7, Jamaica as soon as possible and not later than
October I, 1964, Referees should be asked t3 write direct to the Registrar
without waiting to hear from him.


IN THE MORNING, i.e. 9.00 a.m. WEDNES,

Sept. 12