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TREMENDOUS RAINS: LANDSLIDES; LIGHTERS SUNK
Ships Delayed Road Breaks
Blind Workshop Plans To Make WIBS Commercial
Opens Mondav I ..... ..... .
DOMINICA'S rainfall jumped from 1.99" on Septem, .p o Sihtls I winwarI min MI ers
ber 30 to 4.9" on Oct-ber i, causing destruction and lTp FHEor CHIEF MINISTE
obstruction to roads and craft. A start is to be made o. I the Hrnourable E. 0. Lc
Several landslides occurred Monday to help Dominica's tory from St. Luci. Sept. 30,
on Thursday afternoon and HARBOUU LOG -- Blind persons when a work- Meeting of the Council of th
night, some on roads rmently WE 2.10.64 shop for tne blind will- be casting service. The Counc
cleared. Among the works : M. VPhiloopened in the old boardroom Ministers of Grenada, St. Vi;
was a road-break en route to M. .-Philosopher arrived at the ifirmary Ever since inica, all of whom were preset
Soufriere (near P o i n t e Wednesday with 200oo tons Miss Elsie Poynter of the T m
Michel); there were landslips general cargo including meat Royal Commonwealth So epembe g wa, uer the
on the Grandbay-.Bgatelle andicecream (see separate cietyfor the Blind visited Chairmanhip of the Chiefl
road, and massed debris i story) M. Clarita SchroI Dominica a year ago the of St. Li the
the Laudat and Layou Val, der arrived'Saturday discharge, Social Welfare Department Minister of bSt Lucia, the
ley highways, and the Coli, ed 2oo tons cargo, mostly have worked towards this end Honurable ohn Compton.
-haut, Attlee-Warner an d fertilizer at Rosau a d and now, as Miss Poynter among e subeC n dwd
orts.o..h. cusse was the lndward
Worton Waven byways. tsmouth M.V. Piraeus arrives here again, a modest Ids Broadcasting
Many people were marooned (Geests) arri I Sunday, beginning is being made s Ba casing Seie
eginnig i-, Pg -t' .-0 which is at present being
in Roseau, unable to return with three pass, -, o8 tons with four young persons, ainaineds a regional se
to country districts. Patrik general cargo id-ng 8 three of whom have already vice b i v rgieins
."Gorge. of ._Lp Tr. -was _F ele ',. I 'L L :- vice rthr' eirGovtr iments
drowned earlier in the week. u" arrivedd y wii Trinidad. Do n .ca is the h e- e.
in the river near the village. cement M. V. Sunictor last of the island to set up a e Ministers ex
arrived Monday general blind workshop. pressed ther concer over the
Trouble In The Harbour cargo of flour, codfish etc. According to the records rising cost of operating this
M. V. EnaK with frozen 'e a" 7 b ,or service, and considered that
Two ships (M.V. Philoso inavd Moan 'thle are 76 blind or only ifsuch a s-rvice is to be con
per and Atlantic o's ickens arrived :Monday* partially sighted people in tind it should be so
ph'r Atlantic CoOen M. V. Veloz discharged 28 Dominica of whom 6 are t ode
Pearl) were forced to stay in tons general cargo including beoi years old and 6 operated as to provide the
the roadstead for many hours dozen mt and bewee3ad Som maximum of public service
beyond scheule-tme m esda M. V P. ot ee oand 501 oe without recurrent financial
order io-oad and discharge turned Wednesda f eom S .e ofthe older people realready burdens on the Governments
car g 0. Mean while, three Luci a to loau ban t being helpeI by being taught ofe tefritoies.
lighters (two loaded) were a an basketwork or making 0o The Chief Ministers con.
lost- one alongside e j etty. passe s nets in their homes and one sequently agreed that techni,
Dam-ge to bananas was nu young lady is eicien!y cal advice should be sought
iunestimated as we went to genra car o including manning the Goodwill telep with a view. to the setting up
ess, bu DBG.A warns fish ad biscuits on hone switchboard despite her before the end of 1965 or a
tha continued damp is likely Wednesday V. Ice Pearl handicap. Satutory Corporaton run
to cause p arrived Thursday but cargo Initia funds and sme along commercial lines, and
Sto cause are u rge o Lea discarge-dlayed by heav material have been forthcom on commercial
tower -are urge. rains until Friday.' ...... iCa.4 .ng nhm t
report any "cippoeting"- to ra un F.riay. 1n In th meantime, it
their local Association. Qide.ta
their local Association. Offi .SOp~Fher' 0n Roseau tHarbou onr Wednes/ was agreed that Gpvercnents
cer_ iimeddiately.- -._______ : diay ond her maiden ;voyege. should continue for ,i965
rm. I ,.r IMal enr Voyage She'is: beatiftully ;fi&td out their contributions acc riding;
arm Labu r Part on Band the (limited) passenger to estimates which are being
SchemCelebration Party on Board accommodation is air-condi, considered.
A new M. V. Philo:opher tioned as are the crew's The Chief Ministers also
One hundred and twenty (Captain G. W. McGuia, quarters. Instead of derricks discussed matters concerning
five workers for tle United ness) dropped anchor in (Cont. on p. 12) other areas of r e g i o nal
States Farm Labour Scheme cooperation. GIS
who were preselected from -""..... A"...... """" '-"- ""** Also discussed was the
hundreds of applicants by British Elections possibility of joint ownership
Mr. Leonard Margolin, and use of expensive heavy
visiting American selecting With two weeks to go, Conservatives have slight advantage road-building eq uipmen t
officer,await the outcome.Out over the Labour Party, say late reports from London. Earlier, La- among the islands.
of this batch, sixty men will bour led by is-8. Canadian researchers suggest a possible min-
obtain farm'jobs in the iooity Government.
obtain farm jbs i the Big rows broke out whenH1rold Wilson ,accused the Tories of East And. West To Meet
United S t a t e s following provoking an auto-industry strike. Hot' dieials'follbow'd. 'Wilson West Berliners -willbe' able'to
medical examination. declared he would insist on.a postelection inluiry'over any elect; visit relatively in-East .Berlid'if-thbree
ion-imeie strike. Sir Alec countered- with news of an Anglo weeks ime, under an agreement
CROSSWORD Clue, 33 Americantreaty on nuclear weapons. (See pages 6and 7.) negotiated between two Germanies
across: for WIND please read MIND.
last week.- CP
s Meet in St. Lucia
R and Minister of Finance,
Blanc, returned to the terri,
where he attended the Fifth
ie Windward Islands Bread,
il cimpris*s the four Chief
ncent, St. Lucia and Dom,
it at the meeting.
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
MRs. J. RABESS of Atkinson re-
turned on M.V. Piraeus fom UK
visit'to son Clement'* Also return-
ing weze Mrs. L. MASSICOTT and
FRANC S ,\ADRE who just finished
9 months c o uar s e on Broadcasting
Administraiibn* SIR ALASTAIR &
Lady Irma Forbes lately judge in
E. Africa, formerly D. O. Northern
District SI Crown Attorney, Domi-
nica, arrived on Federal Mapl che ,
u- y.r .,,;.. C -W-. L A -
L. F. CHARLES local WINBAN
Officer left Wednesday for St. Lucia
to settle outstanding hurricane insur-
ance claims ARTHUR Challenger
Fire Station Officer left Thursday for
Trinidad Course in Aerodrome Res,
cue work Ex-WINDImS Senator
J. B. Charles, 39, left Tuesday for
Tokio- to see Olympic Games *
PETER Bellot, 1963 Island Scholar
and lately -Herald sub-editor with fel-
low island scholar (1962) and his
fiancee, Candia Alleyne; left Mon-
day for Mona, Jamaica PAT Gar-
raway won the Governmentspons-
sr:d Short Story Competition
(d-tails next week) HARPoMarx,
silent member of Marr Brbthcrs team
died in Hollywood Tuesday *
U.WI. Man Talks
,Dominica's rival Trade
Union Bodies Dominica
Trade Union and smaller
Technical, Clerical and
Commercial Workers Union
- heard U.W.I. tutor in
Trade Union education
(Rex Nettleford from Jamai-
ca) speak on collective bar,
gaining, self dependence and
the role of employers and
employees on September 28.
Nettleford exhorted his aud,
ience to forego party politics
and support trade unionism.
Later the same evening Mr.
Nettleford -addressed the
public on "Government by
Correspondents are asked to vrbr
a guarantee of good faith. but not nece
be assho, t as possible. Con;rove.'si
lished anonymously. Views express
reflect the policy of the Ed.tor or th
(Report by Two Excur-
In spite of the bad behaviour
of some fellow Dominicans
while embarking and disem-
barking during the excursion,
nevertheless it was a pleasant
and exciting trip which was
enjoyed to the utmost bp us.
We were taken by bus
from Pointe'a-Pitre to Basse,
terre. From there we wt re
taken around by car to see the
different places which were
damaged. On our way we
saw a beautifully built "boat
chapel" in St. Cloud Mata-
bouc. Everything about the
chapel was boat-shaped, even
the a)tar! Higher up the.
street we saw a landslide
which occurred on August
22, overwhelming family cf
nine in one house: eight
bodies were found. We
-were afterwards takern bacli
1o lcintea-,VTtre where -we
Left port at,zi p. m. after the
muce h-publicised distur,
A note of thanks is ex-
pressed to Mr. PIWI arid
the other organizers.
PETER & JOHN, Roseau
We will not stop complain,
ing until we are satisfied with the
leadership of our own Island; those
who suffer must groan, "and whom
the Lord loveth, he chastiseth."
We must again consider the idea
of an ex-Minister of Social Services
who has suggested the Nuns would
be more suitable for the Hospital.
We are not looking on the religious
side, but on better service and care
for the sick.
In one goes to visit the Nurses'
yard at nights, and even scm: wards
when some of them may be on so-
called duty, you might find these are
somewhat flirtatious places instead
of places to care for the sick.
I, (although of Negro descent) am
indeed proud of one Carib Nurse for
her interest in her job and in the
sick, although Caribs are considered
to be the least of humans, but this
one is first in service to those who
do not claim her to be a people.
I wonder who is responsible for
all this spending on wat is called
the training of Nurses? What kind
IN CORPORE SANIS
s Post drawing some comparisons themselves. When a few people vo; Sunday so rt
Sbetwen the EDUCATION ted for the St. Mary's Academy to io
mit theirfull names and addresses as S YS TM in narti ique and cange the hours of school re a.md,
ssarily for pu%;icat1in. Letters should o a p.m. the ot hers I resumed Sir,
sa political 'stite will not be pub- that of Dominica. That just "followed my leader," and the I would like to cort-
dir Peopl,'s Pos do not necessarily was in fulilment of a school's majority carried. ment on Sunday sports and
'rprietor. ---- extra-curricular assignment Of course, from the teachers' point excursions on the whole.
Exposer and was published under the of view is a capital de in more A trip after church to see a
ways than one. But have the teach- rihurch te see a
heading "'As Seen By S. M. rs given the change a thought from friend etc. doesn't hurt the
Madam, A's Eyes". (in The Chroni- the children's point of view: body or soul. i h a v e
I read about Brynner in your cle Ed.) I saw this chiage in action for a tPought it over and over that
paper, but he is not the one who Pat Stevns understood limited time, on two occasi-ns dure Thursdays are given as half-
calypsode night. Tat wa Joy M that as an attack on his father in Crcket Tournaments. e are days for stores; could not the
calypso. night. That was Jocy Magsome of the reasons why I do not
kire with his song on w h a the whom he refers to as the nink it is a wise move for our chil-, leaders and crgatisers make
Labour Party did especially to Mrs. 'Minister for Education in dre,. arrangements with the Go-
Allfrey. So much excitement broke Dominica' a title used here First, in places where these hours vernment and estate-holders
out that a fello-w hadto come cn stage only by 'the Stevens' (father work, the children are given a glass throughout the country io
and fool around to finish off the song. ) the little ofmilk and vitamin enriched biscuit work together by allowing
I wish instead of painting puz, son. during recess. No such facil ties exist, ork together by owing
zlinlg verses you will p r i n t Joey's upstart has given away just as far as I know, at the S. M. A. cricket fans and footballers to
Calypso. He is call e d "Lord that little bit that was left to Now take the question of the equality get off to play: a few hours
Exposer". prove to the unbeli-ving of breakfast which the majority of our excursion etc. won't hurt.
Yours truly, Thomas that 'Pat Stevens children take. Now, doi't start say, Let Sunday speak for herself
S. M. (A Pit Fan), Note Book' is not at all his g nat "Oh, one canot compare byway going to church
Goodwill. . elementary school children with sec
.____ own but a joint venture be ondary pupils". Today, the ratio has and rest the body and soul
tween his father and himself changed and ,he majority are from for Monday.
MorneRacO hett 'SS with his share being the underprivileged homes where parents Sunday is a setapart day
Gratiitu e :'blind' appendage of his are making a great sacrifice to give for one and all. There may
C. r a b-liJ-e-sciawl-of-a-signa these children education. Some bri be certain em-rgcncy calls and
S-li.-scawlof-a-sig n a "recess it is true, but look at the be ean emgnc call
ear Madam, ture. quality of that recess "bread and but, need at times but that wil
We thek people of It is only reasonable to say, ter" which is carbohydrate plus per- speak for itself. If the Go,
Morrie Rachette wish to thank the that Esau who at the time haps a breakfast composed mainly of government and sports corn
Minister of Commuitication. and was away in Caiada would carbohydrate., rttees and organisers make
okd e Director, fr te fallen by s u c h MS ad 's son es a prop an efforc to amend this habit,
tenderfil job being. "one on the. er breakfast before he leaves in the h b 1 :
Momne .Rachttte road., For many simple-mindedness as to have morning and can wait till one o'clock. with a hope hat:b so doing
years we, have been leaping and been unable to distinguish so he votes for rl change. But qu.th.. they may lead us to a better
jumping on stones, and rocks, nd between SYSTEMS which ion the major' d notice the qual- future and prosperny.
that was somewhat sad to see when Swin w r 1 e -about, and ity of break an a boy do justice 'WILLIAM MURPH-, Castle
therewas a sick .person ora dad ED''Cr-SONArTTWI, whichh to his lets, the day on that Bruce
there waS a Sick person oradead o p -e rst,.od____- -
today we live to see Cars and Trucks Jacob' erstod. that the c ren can go ho or -
are moving .up and down the The composure and gentle lunch, but will the buses which ar P t Kenned A
village. ''' serenity with .i Aich Swin not school buses accomiciLte the
Wejust -:oldb't refratio from commented(afterreading that childrehand take them home for lsbewnere
sending our.sincere gratitude to the trash)"he did not understand lunch' Again teachers argue that chil-
authorities responsible. We al m wo d h o dren are stlss and sleepy mst hot Madam, I support the
thank Mr. Miller with his courage me wod have touch afernoons bt even teachers, writer L. M. Christian co
afternoons. ut even teachers, I
and good supervision with his work, even 'the Stevens experienced during that period could corning Kennedy Avenue.
rs. Although I have little go no farther at 12:30p.m. conse- But it s the tuuin that this
A VILLAGER doubt that the Masters of St. quentlv less work was done. The
S Mary's Academy will take luncheon hoar is a welcome break street even with painting can*
eir o s f, in more ways than one, oth for' not at no time be considered
HANDS OFF theown student, n b ns o father and taught. A good teacher as ail Avenue.
F the student, since by so doing arranges the time-table in such a Why not choose one of
UP TA T they run no risk of appearing way that interesting subjects with the tree-lined streets in Good,
before a Stevens tribunal as a much activity are taken during after- wll and name t Kennedy
Madam,- As a general result, I feel justified to ask noonsessi.. Av nue like ras
rule I stopped reading 'Pat this unfortunate, and intel, I, as every other teacher, like a a e like boya's
ltevens Note Breadck' f'aomt s un impoverished int, break and I would not mind con- Avenue ? Authorities, it is
teens Note Bok' om lecually poverished u ing to my home and having a jolly noi too late to change your
after its first publication for start, to keep h;s hands off good rest in the afternoon but I nind New Strece has not
two reasons. The first is Swinburne Lestrade. would also like to do justice to those been renamed otftially yet!
because I found the product Finally, as regards the final whom I teach. EX-CORPURAL "REDERIC
to have been 'the voice of comment by Pat Stevens to During this season, the morningsOR RAL REDERIC
Esau he hand ofJacob', and the effect that Swin has been are fairly long but as Chrstmas (Known as 'Old Polce)',
secondly because it h a s influenced by external forces, apoacheshe das bet shorter. l Roseau.
always been a concoction of since I am also justified tto be in time for school? Those who (Cont. onpge 6)
subjects which the writers presume that this is an attack are punctual may do so at the ex-
have not understood, project, on me, I must inform Pat pense oftheir breakfast. ROSeau Town Council
ed mischief, and honible Stevens that very much un, "Mens sana in corpora sana"-- a
misstatements, like him, Swin has yet cause sound micd in a sound hocy. Hun- NOTICE
My attention was drawn to voice my influence in the gry children cannot learn. I predict
a lowering of the health and of course Municipal Tax 1961
to 'Pat Stevens Note Book' Press as a result of any threat a lowering of standards as a result of Land & House Tax 1961
as published in the HERALD or pressure from me; because such a change under our present Municipal Tax 1962
issue e of Saturday 26th I am neither 'disappointed' condition. The S.M.A. is a private
September, and anyone who in him, nor is he my rival. school and the teachers can do what and
Sep br a ayone who c r they like at their school. r gr o ve Ta. arnd
still wanted to prove that Pat STAR S. LESTRADE, they like at their school. Land & House Tax 1962.
I hope that the Govt, will be sen-
Stevcns has not been solely Goodwill. sible enough not to adopt this The date of sale is 22nd
responsible for what is called-- change a: the D.G.S. nor the ele, October, 1964. So, either
his Note Book, had no School HOurs menary schools. Ofcourse I give check your receipts or settle
fu.ther to go. the Prin.ipals of the C.H,.S. and
He attacked Swinburne Dear Mr. Edior,--Anyone who W.H.S. very much credit and do early.
He aackd S has lived in Dominica for any length not believe they contemplate making A. ROYER,
Lestrade (my son) a student of time, knows that the majority of the change. Thank you Mr. Editor. Town Clerk.
of St. Mary's Academy for our people do very little thinking for AN OLD HEAD, Roseau Oct. 3-17
S, -R,_.LA". O TObER 3, iyu4
Underground I WIFE NOTICE
church I, JAMES C.HENDERSON of Grand
Bay, hereby declare that I am no
An underground Church longer responsible for any debts
..L Y.- r_1 c or other liabilities incurred by my
On September 25, it was w0uW Lhapes ior nurcn 1 wife CYNTHIA (nde Bryant), she
announced from Rome England, Roman Catholic havingleft my home and protection
(CP) that the atmosphere at and Free Church worshippers five years ago and refuses to return.
the Ecumenical Council is planned for London Air, Sept. 26--Oct. to
was tense over the question port; an airport spokesman ARCHBISHOPS MEET
of religious freedom. said it was intendedto The Head of the Russian Ortho-
On Sunday 27th, a BBC the Church oen night and dox Church last week visited Eng,
commentator gave a serious day.land's Archbishop of Canterbury.
summary of the points under
contention, saying ltat some Windward Islands Banana Growers'
cardinals had declared: "no Association
has any right to put any ,e- WINDWARD ISLANDS BANANA RESEARCH SCHEME
strictions into force against
any other religious members FIELD OFFICER
of a community, except
when a breach of the peace APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Field Offi,
may be expected." Cardi- cer. Duties will be the supervision of tield experiments
nals of two "Catholic Go, and associated work carried out on the scheme and the
vernments" (S p a i n and appointee will be posted in St. Lucia althoughh he must
Italy) opposed the granting be prepared to accept an alternative posting if required).
of indiscriminate religious Qualifications required are a degree or D.I.C.T.A.
freedom. in agriculture or equivalent experience.
Cardinal Ruffini of Italy, The appointment will be on contractgratuity terms
spokesman for the Italian for three years in the first instance (but secondment con,
opposers of the strong reli, sidered). Salary in the range 1,200 x 50 1,450 x 60
gious freedom movement, 1,810 (qualified) 6r 1,I0oo x 50- ,25o (unquali,
said that "error has no right" field) House not provided but assistance given where
The commentator quoted rental is in excess of Io%/ of salary. Local travelling
Pope John XXIII." Error is facilities provided. Passages on appointment and terminal,
one thing, but man who errs tion up to maximum of five adult.
is_ -th-- r.ohn5 Applications with the names of tiv referees in the
ideologies must be condemn, Rst instance to the U tmcer-in-C.harge, Wvi. Iraidands
ed, but not the man who Banana Research Secheme, P. O. Box 11I, Castries, St.
believes in them." Lucia, from whom further particulars may be obtained.
Cardinal Leger of Cana, Oct. 3
da declared from the 'free-
dom' viewpoint "Catholics i EA
nd ere's HEALTH
have sometimes claimed free-
domr for themselves and
denied it to others."
In his final words the and
com'maentator (Hugh Clay)
said: "Right-minded Catho, STRENGT
lics throughout the world
now hope that the Church S TR.,
will use reason and tolerance
towards those whose religious
views differ from her own." Do yourself a power of
British Labour Party
Leader Harold Wilson
launched a bitter attack on
the Conservatives' nuclear
policy last weekend. He
said lhat Britain's nuclear
weapons, which cost the
nation hundreds of millions
of pounds, had to be aban,
doned before they became
effective. Moreover t h e y
encouraged other countries
to comnpee in the nuclear
"Can anyone view with
peace of mind," asked Mr.
Wilson, "t'e possibility of
Germany becoming a nu-
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SCHOOL DAYS -- RULE DAYS
School days, school days, bad old Stevens rule days.
Reading and writing and arithmetic,
G C.E. passes and just one kick!
Matters are bad rebellious boys.
They should learn courtesy and poise;
We never had common entrance noise
When Stevens was only a kid!
Rule days, rude days, so-called Labour rule days,
Public discussion. on politics
Gone out of fashion like parlour-tricks!
Just nod your head and whisper ye:,
Don't send opinions to the Press:
For freedom might cause acute distress
To those who treat voters like kid-.
- I I III I r'-- CI n-- ,-
i ,L '.IR DO J^INICA HERiA.D
NERA TI M N OF Si'RANG ERS the surface integration is go,i
ing ahead steadily, in actual
fact the young negro fellows
The Coloured Children Of are not welcomed as joining
Si amembers'of Youth Club-s,
The Midlands and tensions may become
J k M o acute when young negrces
by Jack Monro go into dance-halls and look
(Cont. from last week) around for white girl-partners.
Stereotypes filled are unattractive On Result: These young tel
Many h p e till the other hand, coloured ap lows wil have to hang
Many English people still around the cafes and the
believe that all Pakistanisplicants for jobs still have to aro rnd the cafs and, ee
believe that all Pakistanis make two or three or mre street'corners and, if we're
smell" and thaaketwo or three or ore
smell and tha, all Jamil applications before they suc not careful, they're going to
cans feed their children on ld where a single ap a, be more and more of a seri
Kitticat cat-food-" One child ced, where a fficient for os problem in Birmingm.
ntinwould be sofficient for ous problem in Birmingham.
who, whn he first went to a white youngster. T h e Nowhere to go. They just
school, wastold bythe whiteChief Youth Employment mope aro-nd the streets. It
children tat they wouldn't Officer for the City of Bir, could become antiscial.
play with him because hemingham says it is the office "When you're very small
was c oloured, thereupontype of job and perhaps some you play around with each
went without washing for of the ore exclusive sho other quite natural-like. No
days arid days, giving as his w re young coloured eop trouble at all. But later on,
reason: "I'm not coloured, fin t most difficult to get from the age of about 12 or
I st dirtyosts. Apprenticeship and 13, something happens with
- As.the immigrant child factor jobs show less your English friends. They
ren grow p attempts at difficult of this sort. There just blush and say: "Helo
co ensa ms here title real evidence of They won t speak to you any
unhealthy forms, e.g. huge i n d aal p.udice at more.
Sn d ial preudie a "The other white people
flshy clothes, trying to prove workother white people
that they are as good as any., O rem r would t want to, know me
one else. One has to reme i I wentwith a black boy
S -r 1 ., Management alone cannot r 1 ,.ntwith ''
Many of these children Ma, geme t a.t must because tey think no decent
decree that immgora.tts e ymush i.od
are ambitious far beyond be c ,,eted b white .rl would marry a
.,.. .- oe accepted: they have to be ,1 1 L
their real capabilities. Gener black person. Perhaps it
the s i mp* iain t accepted by the work-people b p er s erh ,
ally they simply image that or k- would l be better if black and
,. *, on the snop-hoor, by the ,. A ,,
11 they have to do is to say on te sp-l, b e a e nee mxe. at al."
j i i L S ~. O O l -~ - -x, ra^ l al^ ^' ' S I c li u d eda l'
:e .,-Owi LU .i-UL.5 tC ot 't s o-assistants in0, cld .
they will succeed in obtaiv- [ P-antS
ing G-C.E, etc..,I actual the shop. It is a e in Tvelever SO i
fict, when they enter on such cate and complicated pro. VI
courses, they find them very blem o human relationships. To The Leeward
hard going anl, as often as An industral Clterng 1 d
not, fail halfway through -- Maageres few years
by which time, cf course, it ag I had ccas to mploy y ne pril the Leeward
has become difficult to place a Jaaicai girl; she was Islads may expect their own first
them in employmentt in. engaged i the preparationn direct revision service based on St,
i y et' of vegetable food. Owing John's, .ntigua, with sub-stations
noimai way. In.Wolverbam, ' .
ton tma ian inverbasi. to the staff taking objection at a later date in Montserrat and St.
ton there is an increasing coloured rsn Kitts. In the early stages the station
number of coloured school to havg wll be staffed by a manager and
leavers coming along at the on the premises, they just eight operators and technicians to
end of each term to the Em- would ncr eat the food she look afier the main transmitter in
ploymert Agenoy, all dress- prepared, and I was losing Anrigua, andfrom the start it is
plo yen s ol ufors customers To employ planned to operate for.2s hours
edi school fn ust coloured staff ean evetuallv weekly, or three hours each evening
like any white children. all seven days of the week.
This is their home town, cause u loss of trade. These facts were made known at
they have lived in it,they An Assistant Manager of a press con erence in London today
tknow h t,is their hime. a iarge Cinema: "I am ex (Tuesday) by. Mr. Walt Staskow,
n now we're trying to tremely reluctant: to employ 43-year.-old Canadian who is head
And now were trying to cioured people because, of the newly formed television comn
find jobs for them. It s not frank hey're so daned pany in he Leeward Islands. A
easy! They're overambitious! eye so d major interest in the new venture will
The Indian boys in Wol/ preudiced themselves. I be held by the London-based com,
,verhampton, and perhaps the have to consider very carftul/ pany Overseas Rediffusion Limited
verham ,and girs, are s k ly, before I ask a coloured through their subsidiary company
West Indian member of the staff to do Rediffuson (West Indies) Limited.
ing work beyond tneir apti he th he o The new service will bring comrn
tudes and abilities. They som w r mercial television for the fir time
just can't see thi, ad they she will think I'm "picking to poten:i'l viewers in Antigua,
often look for some ulterioon" them. This makes it Barbuda, Montserrat, St. Kitts,
motive beyond the difficulty very difficulty for me ..... Novis and Anguilla, and it is ex-
oi on the i"Sometimes I find that an pected that part of the French
of placing them in jobs.ct who has written island of Guadeloupe will be in the
t who has written primary coverage area. The total
Coloured Labour Wanted me as if they were white potential audience of the new service
turns out to be coloured and is abcut 168,ooo.
There is an increasing therefore is unsuitable for the Rediffusion (West Indies) Limit-
number &f small employers post I have in mind. ed already has wide broadcasting
S 1 1 r interpest. n the WXe Tndie wirth
wno are oeginnmg to asK ror
coloured labour. We don't
exactly know why. Is it
because the jobs they want
A Negro Youth Leader
emphasized that, while on
Jamaica, Trinidad, Barbados, British
Guiana and St. Lucia. The cm-
pany is also one of the prnicipal
shareholders inthe TiiniJad and
C I' ;IDAY, O: LOLEi 9; 964
Tobago Television Cocmpanv which
was thc first television company to
be established in the West Ind;es.
The Government of Antigua and
the business group of Novel'e
Richards and Associates are among
the substantial' shareholders in the
Five companies have-been invited
to submit tenders for the construction
of the new station which is estimated
to cost a r ou n d roo,ooo (WI-
$480,000). Thre- of these are
Xmerican and two are British --
Pye and Marconi BIS
From an Editorial in le
Progres Social, Guade-
Fra-ce, ws this time per,
haps aided for his own sake,
without any afterthoughts ....
22nd September, 1964.
UIDER THE WORKMEN'S
IN THE ESTATE OF ALFRED
BELLEVUE : DECEASED
IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIlD that the
Commissioner for Workmen's Com-
pensatin will hold a court at the
Magistrate's Court, Roseau, on
Tuesday the 6th day of October,
1964, at 2-00 o'clock in the after-
noon for the purpose of consider-
ing tha claims of the dependants of
the above deceased to a sum depo-
sited with the Registrar under the
If there is one thing that provisions of the Workmen's Com-
surprised the great majority of sensation Act, 1937.
Guadloup eans, i was the Interested persons may attend
Guadeloupeans, it was the personally or by solicitor or counsel,
scope of the international aid JOSEPH V. JEAN PIERRE
sent to Guadeloupe. Be- Regitrar
sides Trinidad, Jamaica, G.O. 17, Sept. 26- -Oct. 3
Dominica and the little units
of the Caribbean enjoying
selfgovernment, there has "ANNOUNCEMENT"
been evinced a great move, You can get Super Golden Honey at
meant of sympathy among the the Chief Drug Stores in Roseau
Latin-American countries, produced from the Apiary "Bee
Hives -- of M. A. JAMES
good help from the U. S. A. Coulibistrie,
and Canada and effective Dominica.
support from the Vatican Sept.z6 -- Oct3.
and the international organi- A lS ans
stations of atholic Aid. pplcations For
ti itf fis -is ot meant K UQ- Lit.-
belittle the assistance given.
by the towns.of France nor Tc he Magistrate-Dist. G z
Chi-f of Pohce.
to pass over in silence- the We, SYLVESTER B. CHARLES &
spontaneous cooperation of Co. now residing at Lyons, Parish
oar brothers in R6union and of St. Andrew, do hereby give you
Martinique . . notice'that it is our intention to apply
Trinidad gave, America at the Magistrate's Court to be held
ave, the Pope gave. All at Margot on Monday 5th day of
gve, 0h c to b er 1964, ensuing for a
the peoples of the .atibbean TAVERN LIQUOR LICENCE
manifested their solidarity, in reject of our premises at Marigot
a:'d all this was done spcnra- Parish of St. Andrew.
neously with no conditions Dated the 5th day of Sept., 1964.
attached. The Guadlou, SYLVESTER B. CHARLES
pean, who has heard so often Set. 9 Oct.3 & Co.
tnat everything comes from
A survey of nine countries shows
that the Warren Report on Presi-
dent Kennedy's assassination is arou-
sing a storm of controversy in
Europe. The report finds that Lee
Oswald acted alone, not being emr-
ployed by any foreign power when
he killed the President with two
shots fired from behind.
There was no evidence'cf previous
connection between Lee Os ald and
Jack Ruby, the man who killed him
two days later, states the report,
which strongly criticises lack ofco-
ordination in security measures be-
tween the F.B.I. and the Secret
Service. The Commission recom,
m'nds that stricter precautions be
taken to project the lives of Ameri,
can Presidents and to this end
President Johnson has appointed a
committee to study ways and means
of carrying out these recommend,
tions. (CP and BBC)
1lROEAU IUWN UUNUIL
APPLICATIONS are invited
for thm post of locally
trained Public Health Ins.ec/
tor for the loseau Town
The post is pensionable
and is in the scale of $1030 x
$84--$1248 x $96-$1562,
'he duties of the Officer
are mainly daily yard inspect,
tiops covering all aspects of.
Sanitation and Public Health.
Applicants who should be
between the ages of 20 and
30 should address their
applications to the Town Clerk
and should reach the above
office not later than noon
12th October, 1964.
Sept. i9-Oct. 10
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1964
Tete Morneo j Loud applause brought the pro- I
ceedings to an end, after an appro
Forms PT.A. private vote of thanks was given by
Miss Charles. (CONTRIB,)
H.T. Edwards Urges Parents' M ( N A -
Co-operation F.O. Riviere At
Some thirty-two parents braved
the inclement weather on Monday,
Sept. 21 to form a ParentTeachers'
Association at Tete Morne. Being
hvld at the Tete Morne School, the
meeting commenced at 7 p.m. with
Asst. Teacher V. Jos. St- Luce tak,
ing the chair.
How quickly he arrested the
attention of the parents; confronting
them with the uphill struggle faced
by teachers in educating their child,
ren, and consequently the reason for
the formation of such an association
as the sole raedium through whicn
education can obtain the necessary
drive it so vitally needs in an un-
The next speaker Mr. Law-
rence Watt -- School Attcndance
Officer-then outlined his duties to
the parents, emphasizing that th.
Education Officer had persistently
desired unizy between parents and
teachers. No other way was possible
--only through this association
cculd parents be made aware of their
duties to sea d their children to
school. This would help to alleviate
his task of roundiLg up 'truants and
unpunctuals', he concluded-
Newly appointed H.T. of the
school-Mr. E. Edwards also ad-
dressed the parents in convincing
language. He made it crystal clear
that no school could achieve maxi-
mum results unle s hom, on
operate; t ere'ore school and home
muFt pull together, to form an edu,
cated community. Mr. Edwards
forcefully noted that education con-
sisting of only the 'sR's'is not
enough it must be prolonged.
Elections consumed-the remain,
ing time, honouring the following
Pie iden -- Mr. Allick El Paul,
Vice Mr. E. Edwards (H.T.)
Secretary Miss R. Charles
Asst. Mr. Thomas George.
I O iUUWI llD
Dominican Francis O. Riviere,
Chairman of the External Aftairs
Commission of the Guild of Under-
graduates ofthe University of the
West Indies, .ona, represc-ited ii
Guild at the 7In ULnri.iJ S:aies
National S tu d e n t ,' -i soci iion
Congress held in Minneaplhs from
the lsth to the 27-h August. Mr.
Riviere is a third year Social Sciences
The Association adopted ihe
charter put forward at the Ilt'
Congress of the lnctrna.ionJl Sru
dents' Committee. Mr. RivicrE ip..,
on "Student Co-optrauon" u ie
of the plenary sessions.
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our modern, easy o10 oIlow IuIi.,
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diploma awarded. Wdilniilan.
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Air Mall speeds replies!
Apr. 4, July 4, Uc;t .
IT is notified for general information that The Roseaa
Town Coun3il is considering plans for the odcial opening
of Kennedy Avenue.
The date fixed for this ceremony is Sunday November
22nd at 4.30 p.m. and the venue will be at the upper end
of Kennedy Avenue adjoining Bath Road.
The tentative programme will include:--
(a) Broadcast over the local station of speeches by
the Late President.
(b) Sealing of the said Avenue with the Barber
(c) Fixing of name Plates by an American Oficia.
(d) Planing of two Royal Palms at the top of the
Residents and owners of property on Kennedy Avenue
are specially and cordially requested to lend their cooper,
tion in making this programme a success; by painting and
otherwise beautifying their premises and keeping the side
walks opposite their premises clean.
STAR S. LESTRADE
MAYOR OF ROSEAU.
Issu d by the Office of
His Worship the Mayor,
Roseau Town Council,
24th September, 1964.
~- -e -'.
Little person., big event!
1-.*MILLl'N DOLLAR PROJECT This sum
On occasions like this there are will be spent during 1964/5 to improve the
West Indies inter-island and international com-
parents and relatives . far away munications.Asaresult, thenunberofchannels
on main trunk routes will be increased up to
Sthe h t! thirty times-room for all users and room to
perhaps who want the news ot spare ] This will be made possible by new
inter-island V.H.F. and tropo-scatter radio
Quick! Phone them up or send them link, A new mlti-channein international link
will give direct connection into the U.S.A. and
a cable. Your telephone auhor y C:'.adtotheworld-spanning Commonwealth
a cabe Y r tele hne athCc.b e.The r:::t planned step will provide oper-
Sa;r-diailir. between many islands, thus bring-
makes the connection ..Cable and in .,still more speed and eifi,::cy to regional
k i services. ;, Tis grsat new development is yet
.irles ,as ,another deimonstration of the company's faith
Wireless pass the .word.in e n economy.
THE PASS WO7.D IS.
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AIRCURY HOUSE, LONG LANE. 7OL.':, .'!CA. 7 LL i,'_ 136 cvs-sl
th3vrs -C -- -
AN I DEPiNDENT WEEKLY
31 Kennedy Avenue, Roseau. Tel. 307
Published by j. MA(GARTSON CHARLES, Proprietor
Editor MRS. PHYLLIS SHAND ALLFREY
U.K. & European Representative Colin Turner (London) Ltd.
122, Shaftesbu-y Ave 1 nmdon W. 1.
Annual Cubscripticcs: Town S5.00. Cc'ntry 86.00
Overseas (S.irface Mail) 87.50
SATURDAY, OCTOBER ', 1964
WHERE WE STAND
Britain's Leader Of The Parlamentary
THE DOMINICA HERALD, from its tiny of this island is noticeably silent on issues
vantage point in Kennedy Avenue, of consequence. We do not have to hold
hopes that President Lyndcn B. Johnson our peace and watch which way the wind
will win the November Presidential elec blows. We should, indeed, be singularly
tion in the United States and be returned ungrateful to the great political party from
to resume his high office and implement which the Dominica Labour Party re,
Kennedy's aims. ceived its initial training and strength, if
Some may wonder what use it is for we just sat still and waited for the results.
such a small newspaper to come out openly Moreover th- British Labour Party has
before the results are declared on such a a splendidly humane internationalist tradi,
big remote issue. But we are considered tion and is elastic enough to contain all
to be the people's newspaper and we kn'w sorts and conditions of men and women.
that we speak for nearly everyone in Dom- Its party programme is not radically diffe,
inica when we say that we hop! Johnson rent from that of its opponents save on
will beat Goldwater by a massive margin. certain vital points, such as the value of
If we accept the view, put forward on nuclear we? pon expenditure, special pro,
our froht page recently by A: muchetravel- posals for the modernisation of the country
ed journalist, that the Pre'ident of, l(e and the old bogey of n.:ioialisation. We
U.S.A. is by virtue of his immense powers ?:now, too, that the British Labour Party
the leader of the Western world, it will be is extremely amenable to" public opinion
plain why we have a right to speak iour with.si it: own immense ranks, is net
mind. The destiny of mankind is at averse to sensible modification of policy,
Turning to Commonweath politics, in If Laborr wins in Britain it wJ. bring
which the citizens of Dominica are. more fresh hdpe to its supporters in the Corn
directly and personally involved, 'THE monweafth wh are not satisfied with the
HERALD declares itself in favour of Mr. imitaton Labour', Parties feeding on the
Harold Wilson as Prime Minister of reputation of acknowledged crusaders for
Britain and leader of a British Labour social justice. Something stronger, newer
Government. but with wellfounded traditions and the
The fact that we back these two men spirit of sharing and frankness will be the
in not- necessarily concomitant: Mr. John- order of our new day if Harold Wilson
son is on excellent terms with the British wins the British election -- as we firmly
Conservatives and good relations between believe he will. We shall always reserve
the two nations wilT certainly continue if the right to criticize him from 3,000 miles
the Tories win. Johnson, too, has the away, and we know he will not resent it.
backing of millions of conserv.tive-minded
persons in his own country, just as Sir At the same time, we would express
Alec Douglas/Home has considerable our appreciation of our best and brightest
working class support in Britain. Both Conservative and Liberal friends, particu,
electoral battles will be tough ones. larly those who (in an ecumenicalpolitical
We declare openly in favour of John, manner) have tri&d to narrow the gap be,
son and Wilson because somebody has to tween Left and Right for the benefit of
speak for the people, and the Government their fellow men everywhere.
o l9s Post No man has the final answer to (NO more often. "No, I won't drive
People s Post hese you
p Io b ese questions. I do know one thing ye to the Johnson's ride your
(Cont. ffn page 2) 'that is wrong, however. We have bike Thanks a
(Cont. f page 2) ,,... .. the m,. n mnortnt Thanks a million.
Advice To Parents
Many parents have joined the
chorus, deploring juvenile delinquen-
cy: but at the same time they are
contributing to spread themselves
by failing to hold their grounds, and
to stand in their shoes against the
whims, and fancies of their children.
As an Evangelist, I am frequently
approached by people who are deep-
ly troubled aboub the times in which
we live. What is happening to our
meral standards They ask me,
why is there is :so much crime and
dishonesty a m o n g us Why are
children so difficult nowadays a
words in our language. It is a short DAVID TAVERNIER, Roseau.
word, bnt a tremendous one. That
word is "NO"! Shn lld I nvelaceP
All my life I have preached of the 0 ?i
value of positive thinking. And I 0 G
still believe that affirmative attitudes
are supremely important in success- Dear Sir,
ful living. But affirmatives alone are
not enough. This world is full of on your pt
hope and joy, but it is also beset by CA HERA
evil, immorality and sin. You can't 1964. It
say "Yes" to these things, or even page four
"Maybe". You Lave to say "No"! Lovelace (
and you have to stick to it. ation to m
In too many arear of living this is did Lindo
precisely what we are not doing. As As excivi
parents we shrink from the word for 'One can
fear of displeasing our children. We feel the e
parents must learn to utter a positive present civ
Allow me to comment
publication of the Do.vii,-
ALD of Saturday, July 18,
is about the question on
Sof that date. 'Should
Go' : It gives no inform-
ae. I ask instead Why
go? Who were his friends?
1l servants we know that
not serve two masters' and
mbarassed position of the
il servant in such an office
Rt. Hon. Harold W
subordinate to both Administrator
and Minister. His duty is certainly
to report any wrong doings of either
party to either party and not to en-
Dear Madam Editor,
This is to thank
you very sincerely for the double
efforts your staff and yourself are
making to give us so much good
news in your useful Newspaper.
We were surprised to know that
the Chiec Drug Stores in Roseau
could sell Super Golden Honey:
We made a txy at "Astaphans
Shopping Centre" and we were
happy to buy a few bottles of deli-
cious Honey there.
We are glad someone is. still
making an effort to help people to
gain good health and happi iess. It
is a known fact that honey is very
useful in the home. Many readers of
your newspaper may remember a
very interesting and important Arti-
cle, which Mas written last year
about "Golden Syrup' from the
Readers Diges:. We wish the Agri-
cultural Dept. here will do like the
Agricult, Dept in Trinidad; and try
to encourage beekeepers in Dominica
to produce honey for export.
The industrious people of Canada
SUSA, England, and many of the
I Caribbean islands make extensive
Suse of honey; because they have
Slearnt the value and the hundreds
of :uses of the delicious Honey. In
Trinidad there are the Monks of
Mount St. Benedict who are nak,
ng a wonderful business in Bee-
The time has come when the
Community Development officers
should get the people in their various
areas interested in Home Industries
and Beekeeping, The Agricultural
Society so should d, something
to organize A Beekeepers Club,
and try to get good information
about Markets abruard and shippiLg
facilities so as to encourage industrial
dcvelopraent and better pricesfor
We know that Dominica has the
best flora Pa climate for developing
the Beekeeping Industry. We are
hoping that Canadians, Americans,
and Europans who come here will
stimulate and awaken an Industrial
Renaissance in our beautiful wonder,
Thanks, R. T. C.
Thanks in advance fur
space to compliment the R. T. C.,
with special mention of the Town
overseer and the road driver Mr.
H. Ma;nes fo0 their fine and, cons-
cious roadwork on Church Lan e
and Steber St.; they have made in,
deed a very fine start and we all hope
that they will end well,
In conclusion, the tax payers of
Pottersville have asked me to convey
(Cont. on page 7)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1964
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1964
People's Post thus arri-e it the idi:i-ave
Figure of $9o,ooo.oo. If to
(Continued from page 6) this is to be added the pro,
this warm congrarultions to th" spective yearly banana yield
members and staff of the R. T.C. of hitherto fertile virgin tracts
on th:s fine effort to qualify them, one would hav: to agree with
selves for the October Tax collection e ou hat agree w
in Pc.terville. the signatories that an expo,
Ever faithfully, diture with the view of de'
D. J. B. BRUNEY. veloping a motorable road in
that direction is really a
Road Petition sound economic investment.
The Chief Minister has
from St. PeterS. promised to submit to Her
S M E I Majesty's Secretary of State
is ear Madam Editor,-It for the Colonies the petition
isto which ie encourgatached a plan
indeed, gratifying to learn of i itrating the topography of
illustrating the topography of
the persevering efforts ofthe the cultivated and virgil areas
people of the Parish of St.which (linked to the trunk
Peter and of the village of by the motorable road envi,
Couibistrie who are anxious staged 6 miles) could rake a
to contribute their share big difference between a
towards the development of presently depressed economy
Dominica's economy. aid one booming with pro,
This is evidenced not only ductive activity and result. t
by the co-operative spirit of prosperiy.
those who have already Several members of the
shown their patriotism by community have expressed
contributing towards the de their desire and willingness
velopment ot the Coliau- to contribute towards the de,
Portsmouth Road at present velopnenr ofsuzh a road.
u n d e r construction, but This gesture on the part
(evidenced) also by the recent of theparishioners is highly
PETITION which w as commendable since it infuses
signed on behalf of the in their admirers he blessed
Paishioners seeking the de, feeling that they are, indeed,
velopment of the 0 D e ce to tOLDhe pr
Nn -o people close to the pro,
Fr 0 I .tecttion6 o he one to whom
to the interior from the main wasentrusted the KEYS of
road at Morne Blnc. THE KINGDOM.
The PETITION carries his orgasaon strongly
148 signatories headedtbyhtie This organiisation strongly
48 signatones eby the recommends the construction.
well-known Mr Timothy of the road in question in
Joseph of Colihaut who is e a i us n
Joseph of Colihaut who is order to bring to an end the
an experienced carpenter,econmic depression which
shipwright, wheelwright and in the past and hitherto has
agriculturist. the ps
agricultu st. been afflicting the Parish
It was handed in last hereinmentioned.
Saturday (19th September)
to the Chief Minister the Yours faithfully,
Hon. Mr. E. O. Leblanc. R. P. JOSEPH,
It speaks of the economic General Secretary,
backwardness of the Parish Dominica Trade Union.
being due principally to
the lack of motorable roads To Banana Grower Of
urgently-needed for making Marigot.
available to prospective pur, Before printing your letter, we
chasers the extensive areas of are taking the matter up with the
cultivable virgin land and for Banana Astociation.-Ed.
making possible the transport
from cultivated areas of Appeal Against
thousands of grafted oranges Frigate Bay
and other perishable crops
the greater part of which is Decision
left annually to rot on the
ground. The former owners of Frigate Bay
The annual loss in grafted Estate (the Wigley family)) have
alone from one estate lodged an appeal against the deci.
oranges alone fom oe estate sion of the Aritratior Board which
in that area is estimated at awarded compensation for the estate.
roughly 30,000 fruis. At a St. Kitts Government acquired Fri-
ret receipt of $3.00 per hun, gate Bay, a development estate of
dred this crop would yield 848.9 acres, on August Io, 1961.
In May this year Government and
annually over $900.00. And the cliimants put their case before
if ether crops for this estate the Board comprising Mr. Justice
and other cultivated parts of W.B. Chenery (Cha'rman), Mr.
the whole area are to be eon, Keith Alleyne, Q.C., L.L.B., and
sidered, one could very well Mr. E.R.L. Ward, M.A. (Oxon).
d t 1 o ult e On July 24 Mr. Chenery read the
afford to multiply the amount Board's de-ision to award the claim,
just mentioned by 1oo and ants $519,r7o.
Britihsh P. M
LONDON, Sept. 28, CP:
Sir Alec DouglasHome
promised that a Conserva,
tive Government will keep
strict control of immigration.
He said that this was in the
interests of everyone and mos-
of all of the immigrant them,
I. io 9doe
Sir Alec cannot vote in
the British General electi-n
on October 15: as a pecr
he was automatically ineligi,
ble until he gave up his title
last October to become Pre-
mier; he then forgot to regis-
ter as a voter in hi; home
constituency of Berwick and
Britain's Prime Minister And
First Lord Of The Treasury
ht. Hon. Sir Alec L)o,,las Home, K. T.
LONDON LETTER Only instinct went against
By Graham Norton the figures of the Public
To return, after t wo oOpinion polls and every
months in the West Indies available clue. The instinct
and in the United States, to of Sir Alec Douglas Home
find the political situation as that he was born to rule.
it is now in Britain is indeed The hunch of a few Tory
to taste honey. In July, the regulars that the thin blue
election seemed already won li"e could he held. And
by the Labour Party, and Sir then nature took a hand.
Alec and his party doomed It may seem strange, but it is
to five years at least in op- generally recognized that a
position. There was univer- good summer can help the
sal agreement among the government quite a bit. In
commentators that the signs some strange subconscious
could only be r e a d so. way, the electorate holds Her
Many inside the Tory Party Majesty's Ministers responsi-
were preparing for the inevi/ ble for the weather. At'd
table storm. The political this summer, I am told, has
consequences of Hurricane been the best since the Mira.,
Harold could not be averted. cle Year, 1959, when the
Down in the cellar then! Tories came back with over
The lucky survivors would I00 seats.
rebuild and fight another day. Add to golden weather
It was not really reasonable gilded prosperity. And add
to think otherwise. to these Senator Goldwater.
I l~, b:g iing of a Tory
I recovery is there.
Why Senaor Goldwatera
Because the foreign and nu,
clear weapon policy of the
Labour Par:y is based upon
the assumption that, s with
the Kennedy era, there will
always be rational beings in
the White House. (And
not only Labour policy in
these areas: Mr. W ilson
plainly sees himself as Bri,
tain's Kennedy if returned.
The advisers drawn from the
Universities, t h e personal
secretariat; these will be part
of his sryle.) On this as,
surnmtion, Labour wished in
effect that Weitern nuclear
weapons be piared entirely
under the control of the Pre,
sident of the U. S.
Now the position has
changed. The United
States does not vote until after
the British election is over.
And the chance of Gold,
water's election gives a feel-
ing of uncertainty which is
most likely to profit the
Conservatives. The British
elector, studies have shown,
considers the Conservatives
the party most skilled in
fcreigr affairs, and it is in
mier made his reputation.
Mr. Wilson, on the other
'hand, is still the :stronger
hand at home and economic
affairs. This is the ground
on which he hopes to beat
The Conservatives know
that tneir leader is vulnerable
on this front, and have so far
successfully avoided any tele,
vision encounter between the
Prime Minister and Mr.
Wilson, in which the Leader
of the Oppos.tion can show
off his phenomenal memory
for facts and figures and his
theoretical command of econ,
omics. But Sir Alec's air
of crisp authority carries con/
viction away from the dom/
The election therefore is
far from being a walk-over
for either side. The public
opinion polls are now show,
ing this. Indeed, at the mom,
ent polls are confusing, as one
shows Labour ahead, the
other predicts a Conservative
victory. We are in for an
exciting three weeks, and all
we can be sure of at the
moment is that the lucky
winner, whoever he may be,
will echo the Duke of Wel,
lington after Waterloo: "It
was a damn'd near thing".
*FOLLOW THE STAR*
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PAGE EIGHT DOMINICA 1-RA-D ;. 0 ...
nation's climate o n race
relations is the need for all
Americans to know more
about their own interrelate'l
role in own notional heritage.
New York, September 23 America is a blending of
The first of a contem, world peoples, each ethnic
plated 20ovolume Negro hen- component contiibuting its
tage library has been pu- own share to our total great,
blished here. ness . .
Noel N. Marder, President "We have allowed myth
of Educational Heritage, In, an stereotype to overshadow
coiporated, the publisher, the trie role of the Negro in
said in an introductory note the saga of our history."
that th e publication "is Senator J a v i t s praised
educational heritage's response Educational Heritage, Incor,
to a major historical, social porated, for developing the
and psychological necessity presentation of the history of
of our time. .. the Negro "as an integral part
"Too many Americans, of the whole history of the
Negro and white, have scant United States,"
knowledge of the fact that
the Negro has a proud beri, RELEASE No. 256,64
tage of notable achievement... Ann rm
"Accordiigly, we have AppreCiation Fr0m
set ourselves the combined The French Red X
task of strengthening the Oudlnln
Negro's confidence and assu, UUadeloupe
rance that he has historical e fo ing is a
j *- i. T ie following is a f'ee
roots deep wihtn the soil or r
s deep within the soil or'slation of th7 text otf a
Western confidence a n d
surance that he ha hist. joint letter, which speaks for
assurance that he has history ". .- ,, j ,.,, ,
. sel, addressed to Mrs. Alec
cal roots deep within the soil Lovel ce, Presidet of t he
of Western civilization, and D oir.ica Bra. i ch of the
. D.ramir-.ca Branch of the
restoring to history those miss.- ,. th, R,1 r-c. : cr
ing pages whose abjserce British Red CrosK .i Society,
g pages whose absence has by Madeoisle J. Dormo,
cppled Amenc s ability to esden of te French Red
l.-t- M- ros- ommttei e at PnIlnte
TCtirdamg folillment of the at I
S d- o ea Pntre, ad Monsieur R.
American ideal of equal jus, Cleste, Pre dent. f the.
tice io all men, regardless of le Prdt o
race, creed, color or national ech Red Cross of uade
Sorgin." loupe: -
ojrigin. "Madame President,
In Washington, a Senator WIadamePresident,
from New York, Jacob Ja, w i t h a splendid
vits, referring to the publia- gesture of solidarity
tion, told his colleague n in a great humanitarian
the U. S. Senate: spirit, you spontaneously
"A central fact in sent parcels in aid of all
"A central fact in 'our the victims of hurricane
concern over improving the
1. All that lot of land with buildings
thereon situate at the corner of Upper
Lane and Hillsborough Street, Roseau,
containing 4132.46 square feet.
2. A lot, piece or parcel of land with
buildings thereon situate in Hillsborough
Street in the Town of Roseau containing
1763.75 square feet,
3. That piece of land situate at
"Bellevue Chopin" in the Parish, of St.
George containing 6810 square feet.
All the property of the late Reuben
All offers which rmist be in writing,
should be addressed to and should reach
the undersigned not later than 31st. Octo-
(CLIFTON A.H. DUPIGNY)
Solicitor for the Personal Representative,
of Reuben Saxon Merrill, deceased.
Sept. 26--Oct. i1
"Cleo" which devastated Woman Gets
"The French Red Vatican
Cross, deeply moved by Annnintmant
First Book If A Series
VATICAN CITY. Sept. 20,
CP.-Pope Paul has ap,
pointed Maria Luisa Monnet,
sister of the European Unity
Leader Jean Monnet of
France, to be first wo-nan
auditor of the Vatican
Ecumenical Council. Miss
Monnet heard the Pope an,
nounce her appointment dur-
ing mass at Saint Peter's one
Sunday then burst into t-ars.
No woman has ever been
admitted to a working session
of an Ecumenical Council
in the history of Catholicism,
Miss Monnet is President of
an international Catholic
federation called the Inter,
national Movement of Inde,
pendent Social Circles.
Taking up his appoint,
ment this week as Adminis-
trator of Montserrat was Mr.
D. R. Gibbs, C. M. G.,
D. S. O.: he replaces Mr.
D. A. Wiles, O. B. E,,who
Mr. Gibbs was formerly
adviser to the Ministry of
Economic Planning, Eastern
who took the
out of straps
with smooth-stretch straps
ofa unique new non-
rippling, non-rolling elastic!
Till now you've had to put up with
straps that had a bad habit of twisting
and binding. Forget it! New 'Sweet
Music' bra has straps called smooth-
stretch. And that's just what they do
-stretch smoothly over your shoulders
and stay smooth. They're made with a
totally new kind of elastic-light,
meshy-specially constructed to lie flat
permanently. The shaping of the bra?
Pure Maidenform! Firm, spoke-stitched
cups, with under-cup inserts for extra
support and uplift. All Cotton Broad-
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MARIE KARAM'S STORE (E, L, GEORGES)
This fine gesture, send you
in their name and on be,
half of all aided victims,
their deep and sincere
thanks. Together whth
the expression of our grati-
cude, Madame Preside.it,
please accept the assurance
of our esteem and appre-
(Sgd.) R. CELESTE,
President of the Departmental
Council of the French Red Cross
You can now get your
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SAT .A!JAY, OCTOBER 3, i-194
PAT STEVENS NOTE BOOK
I wonder whether it would be worth the while to take up (be challenge to
reply to Mr. Stu-rt Wil'iams' brilliant but futile attempt to ty to criti-
cise -'hat he did not clearly understand. Again another has found him,'
selfin a fine labyrinth or in other words an embarrassing situation. It is
very unfortunate that a more prJlific or outstanding member
of the D. U. P. P., for example, the leader of the Opposition or the poli,
tical leader did not censure (sic) this article before allowing such an un-
becoming thesis to appear in the press.
The tone of language and the manner of inscriptions used justify
previous attacks on the inability of the u. U. P. P. members to think. I
never for once mentioned in my ar=cle that what was completed was not
started by the previous government but was merely intent cn showing the
nation that some progress has been trade since the Labour Government
took office; Mr. Williams' personal attacks on Mr. Stevens in reference to
"your father'sgovernme!'' so regularly used in his article only shows the
amount of malice and hate which he and his colleagues cherish, and the
base level at which their type of politics can aspire politically, intellectually,
or otherwise, to the stand-rd set by W. S. Stevens and his courageous son
Pat Stevens. Take this not as a threat for I scorn to threaten any but my
equals. A man who failed miserably to achieve one per cent of the votes
in his constituency in the last general elections should refrain from trying to
convince a developing people.
If the D. U. P. P. is Lent on making a come-back and is intent on
convincing the electorate they cannot do this on the groundwork ofignor-
_.nd illiteracy. Mr. Williams spoke of homes for delinquent children but
he should have read Mrs. Harris' address concerning delinquent children
before making himself a scapegoat of his party, for Mrs. Harris is a memberr
of the same party. But perhaps Mr. Williams does not read, or if he does,
he cannot understand what he reads.
It is not necessary for me to continue to use valuable space over' one
who may be clinging to his party for society sake -and who miay be piep-
ared at any time to sell the birthright of his country for a mess of ponage.
Finally, we must avoid being personal in the press and be more fac'
tual especially when we are delir.g with civil servants as far as mentioning
their names is concerned. We must deal with the policy andr.ot the indi-
vidual. We must raise our standards of writing in the press to suit mo-
We Stevens will not back down even if we realise that assassination
is the answer to truth for righteousness exalteth a nation and sin is a reproach
to any people.
We have deleted Mr. Stevens' personal remarks about the Director of
Fj,,t:i frafni th;,;. Cr111,11.,w iimt;n __17
LONDON, Sept. 18, CP:
Buckingham Palace is moving quiet,
ly ahead wi h plans for the Queen's
visit to Canada October 5, apparent."
unruffled by newspaper reports and
rumours of fears for the Molarch's
safety in Quebec. The only thing
that could cause a cancellation of the
tour would be specific advice from
the Prime Minister of the host coun-
try. The Queen is prepared to risk her
DON'T DEPEND ON YOUR
NEIGHBOUR'S -- BUY
YOUR OWN DOMINICA
HERALD ! !
APPLICATIONS FOR LEAGUE FIELDMAN
The Dominica Cooperative Credit
Union League Ltd. seeks applications
from interested persons for the proposed
post of Fieldman.
The proposed Scale of Salary is
$2400 x 144 $3696. An interest-free
advance for the purchase of suitable per-
sonal transport will be made and reason-
able transportation allowances provided.
Duties will include the assistance and
supervision of existing Credit Unions, pro-
motion and expansion of the Credit Union
Movement and such other duties as may
be assigned by the Board.
Closing date for applications to the
Secretary, Dominica Credit Union League,
is October 7th and the successful appli-
cant will be expected to take up his duties
from November 16th.
Sept,2 6-Oct. Io
INVITE ONE AND ALL TO THEIR
GRAND WEEK-END DANCE
TO BE HELD AT THE
Old D G. S. Building
on SATURDAY 3rd OCTOBER, 1964
from 9.00 p. m.
Music by the SWINGING STARS ORCH.
Sept. 9-Oct. 3
World Champion Mike Hailwood who won the Senior Tourist Trophy
motor.'cycle race at Douglas, Isle of Man, for the third time. Hailwood,
who was riding against doctor's advice, was on a fourcylinder Italian
EXTRA IVURAL TIME TABLE
W.I. History GC.E. -Julian Johnson -D.G.S.
Geography G.C.E. -Frances Burton -C.H.S.
F r e n c h G.C.E. -J. Murphy B.A. -S.M.A.
Mathematics "O" G.C.E.--A. White -W.HIS.
Fioiogy -J. Charles B.Sc. -D.G.S.
G.C.E. -G. Medford B.A.-D G.S.
Spanish (for beginners)
Private Sec. Diploma
Spanish (adv.) C.C.E.
-Dr. E. Muller -D.G.S.
-T. Isidore ACCA--D.G.S.
--O.A. Walker --D.G.S.
--Dr. E. Muller
-Dr. E. Muller
-Bro. Estrada B.A.
Music and Folk Dancing
(with special emphasis to
teach singing and folk -
dancing in schools and
youth groups) -C. Morrison
For Botany and Folk dancing, time and place still to be arranged. Other courses
can be arranged if there is enough students at least io and a tutor available. The Art
course with Mrs. G. Nassiefwill probably start in January. Books for English, Econ,
omics and Acecuntancy can be obtained at the Extra-Mural Department.
P. H, WILLIAMS & O,
Galvanize Sheets, Sewers, Pipes and
Fittings, Gelotex, Acoustic Ceiling Tiles,
Paints, Electrical Fittings, Bedsteads,
Mattresses, C h a i r s, Typewriters,
Radios, Gas Stoves Etc., Etc.
Sept. 19, 26.-Oct. 3, Io
~.Y"Y"'""~VYII 141 1 ~lllLllll I--- -
POM ';C.4 HL RALD
P;! ZE NINIl
Wazte Not, Want
"Waste net, want not" was called
a Household Word, indicating that
thrift was a virtue to be emulated.
It may astonish the younger genera,
tion which has never heard the old
adage now long superseded 50
years perhaps by a simpler phrase
regarded as almost sacred, which
justifies even amateur efforts at rascal-
ity: it is "iood for Trade." Three
words instead of four that save
time so valuable to us all. The
fact is that we are now encouraged
to throw away anything rather than
to repair it, on orders trom the holy
manufacturers on high, and shop-
keepers are their prophets! Ear Why?
Every time you buy anything the
prophets ate profitting, by compell-
ing you to pay for something they
sell and are well aware that it is
short-lived fit any normal household.
You are then pr.vleged to buy an,
other, worse if possible. Fortunes
are spent upon improving the tech-
r.que of skillful mendacity, which is
glorified under, the tsodriquei of
:'Advetizing'. A hundred years ago
loudly boasted claims were inevitably
disbelieved, but as the quality of the
customers minds deteriorated through
ignorance, they believed more in ad,
vertizing which inlictd more and
more if that upon us The less
we know how to do, or make odur
selves, the more we depend upon
the merchant who knows how, and
-ia maafirnet chifat: Aanychnrgr-eai-
ly cheap causes him to lie awake at
mnght tigunng out some trick by
which, he ca make it expensive.
Customers are not expected to know
the difference between cotton and
linen, silk or nylon, iron or steel, the
"pairs of opposites", or to know
how to estimate the quality, of any,
thing. They simply presume the
high price represents the best, and
the small price something which can-
i6t be sold for any more. This is
called Progress. Value has ceased t
be understood. Discount for cash
deceives us into believing we are
getting something a little cheaper.
The principle of distribution of
goods has been reformed at the roots;
the shop does not sell what you
want, but what it wants you to buy.
If you find something worth what it
costs, shops don't stock it any more,
but have found something which
looks enough like it to make you
believe it is 'just as good'. Rivalry
between shops is giving way rapidly
to collusion: if you can't buy it here
you won't find it anywhere else. More
better you pay up and bok pleasant. .,dupois tables expunged from
Your adversary now has the whip, the backs of copybooks alto,
hand. -TPtrhpre What is Good fonr
In former times we spread b...... . LEM I -.
ITrade is always Bad for the
some treacle on paper and Customer, and don't forget
put it on a plate to catch it, darling, you ... YOU
flies.. It did. Now you are the goat!
can't buy treacle, and Trade
has a dozen ingenious de/
vices to catch flies which Those New Bridge
don't work as well as the
old methods. They c os t Craters
more and are less dangerous
to flies -- leaves some for "Not R.T.C, Business"-VMayor
tomorrow Razors are now The following release has been
called 'Cut-throats'. No, received from the Mayor's Ofice:
body even knows how to In order to set the thinking of the
sharpen one, or keep it sharp. general public in proper perspective
The last man who knew it is hereby released that the
how, died last Friday- responsibility for the maintenance of
maybe? Safety razors are By Street and approaches to bridges
mu e bt w n in Rose-u is that of the Central
much cheaper, but when G o v e r n m e n tcand not that of the
they discovered that a blade Roseau Town Council.
could be used more than On more than one occasion before
once, they were made too thin the Councl has effected repairs to the
to strop: at least one conm, latter in particular, but the apparent
pny that mde; 'useful blades neglect which the present situation
pany (hat de useful blad ems toshow, is rLot, repeat not a
had to bebught up, and reflection on the Roseau Town
its product spoiled so that it Council.
ceased to sell. As a result The repair gang which is n-,-v
we throw away tons of good working on other points in the town
c will in the circumstjn.es not b* haiir
steel to fatten a Manufacture ried: into repairing d-nmge at the
or two, and their families. So above points.
much misinformation has been
broadcast about soaps that Advertise In
they will now not injure our The HERALD
very delicate skins any more
tfiai-they ever did, and you-- -
have to pay plenty for that.
The prices soar till you canh"
not believe them without
held-glasses. Nobody even A PRIZE F THREE DOL
wants to know the truth the NEW HERALD CROSSWOR
about soap, or anything else than midday' on Thursday,.
Truth is so old-fashioned. weeks to complete. Please
The fiction written for adver,
tising is the most popular ,l-
literature in the world. The /
illiterate are the lucky ones, -
but they are not good for 9-1
Trade.We must have more -1 _11 1
schools. Pills which have E EIE F
been sold by the bottkfll e[f l
in England for fifty yelrs are 1I 1
sold to our people he-e sin.- F1]
gly. Screws and tin/tacks P1.
are also sold singly instead L f
of by the packet, or pound, I- m o
and before Icng, perhaps, we
shall live to see niatches sold -- _- -
by Troy weight, and Avoir, 17 -
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and Rim Locks, Chairs,
Mirrors, Slop Pails, Pipe
Wrenches etc. etc. etc.
STOKES & BYNOE LIMITED
LARS ($3.00) will be awarded to the first correct solution of
D opened. All results must reach the HERALD Office not later
October 8th. The Editor's decision is final. You have two
mark your envelope "Crossword No. 3".
Book of the Bible
2. Big coffee exporter
3. Makes errors
4. Oil (with Extra)
5. Hill village
8. A matter of degrees
ii. Twanging Instrument
12. Cutting part
14. [ndian Prince
15. Red Indian emblem
19. As a flower opens
21. Holds water
23. Painted in South Seas
28. Cooperative insects
Famous French line
Of sound wind
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SA.TJRDA", OCTOBER 3, 1964
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1964
NASSAU, Sept. 25, CP -
Governor Sir Ralph Grey
stated in a cabie, office
release this afternoon that he
had advised that regular
scheduled flights be .ween
Havana and Nassau be sus,
pended by the Cuban Gov-
ernment. T he Governor
understands that a special
flight carrying the Cuban
Olympics Team will not
pass through Nassau. The
release states "It is understood
that the Cuban Government
considers it is fully within
its rights starting the service
but the Cuban Government
has decided to suspend the
service forthwith in order to
allow time for consultations
oviet -- W.. I.
The Soviet Union is pre,
paring to establish Trade
connections with Trinidad,
British Guiana, Barbados
and the Windwards and
Leewarls, states the Barbado
Advocate London c orCensppn.
McCOMB, MISSOUR I,
Sept. 24 -- CP. An un/
disclosed number of Negroes
were arrested in this racially/
tense area on warrants charg-
ing them with "criminal
syndicalism", a new state law
prohibiting unlawful acts to
bring about political or social
We are sorry that we hwve
not been able to print the
listed names of all persons in
Petite Savanne who gener-
ously contributed $58.00 to
the fund 'fr Guadeloupe
(Cleo) relief, owing to lack
of space. We congratulate
them oa their effort and have
forwarded the list to the Red
By Woman Whose House Leaks
La ou web (voir) sol0il-la,
moi ce:t on femme;
c'est yon ti-chatte.
FLIGHTS TO GO uN
Brirish United Airwa.,s, Britain's biggest independent airline, plans to takeover
:he BOAC rowe to the east coast of South America and has the full backing of the Bri,
tish Gove'n e nt. The company would use VC ro aircraft on the route.
3 .kW' ?v
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'',"'"''1'-' .-' ..':'.:".li.' l" '.' t
Picture shows the first VC xo to go into service-on the B.O.A.C. London-
Lagos Service. The 3,Ioomi!e journey takes 6 hrs, 10 min. (BIS) ,
Dominica Banana Growers' Association
Notice to Owners and Drivers of Banana
SERIOUS DISORDER was created at the Fond Col
SBanana Shed on the night 6f T5th Septembe" apd again
on 22nd Septerber, 1964 by the irresponsible behwviour of
certain,truck drivers in breaking the line o" trucks awaiting
discharge in order to b" weighed before their turn.
On the last occasion, this actually caused a hold up
of the Reception.
The Board is about to make Rules under the Banana
Ordinance, 1959, for the licencing of trucks carrying
bananas and truck drivers and the owners of trucks are
informed that the continuance of such disorderly behaviour
will not be tolerated. The Board will be advised not to
lic:nce any truck driven by any person breaking the line in
future; and if the offence occurs after licensing is brought
into force, to suspend the licence of such truck.
Owners who employ drivers should be guided accord,
ingly in their selection.
A. D. BOYD
24th Sept., 1964 General Manager.
Ref. T. 7
Banana Shipment of 25th September, 1964:
Roseau 38.959 498
Portsmouth 48,239 645
Coast 3,661 48
Exports to 18th September, 1964 2,203,825 6,052
Exports to 25th September, 1964 2,294,684 27,243
Exports to 25th September, 1963 2,176,242 27,573
Compared with 1963,-Increase 118,442 330 Decrease
AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING HARDWARE STORES
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J. W. EDWARDS
0. G. PHILLIP & COMPANY
T. D. SHILLINGFORD
PAG- TWELVE DOMINICA HERALD A.. RuA'.C OC TObER 3, iy,4
Spartans Gain First, Win
On Sunday, D. G. S. suffered at
the hands (or is it feet ?) of Spartans,
as the latter slammed in six goals to
schools three in an actioanpacked
contest. The slippery conditions did
not dampen the enthusiasm with
which the game was played. It was
partitstlay refreshing to see Spartan-
ics showing such thrust and team-
work fi they had displayed so little
ofthis intheir two earlier encounters.
Their defence was as stout as usual
but this time the forwards clicked.
Thherewas a great deal of shuffling
of the forwa~i and this turned out
advantageous to the tune of a hat-
trick by John Baptiste, a fine low
hooter by Casimir, and an opportu-
nist effort by Smith. ,;Doctrove net-
ted the first from a free kck. His pre-
sence there was most inspiring.
For D. G. S., Joseph, Elwin and
Charles (Erimsley) netted three fine
goals, the resultof good teamwork
and generally splendid to warch., Mr.
Hubert Joseph held the whistle 'and
kept the game in check.
With a i--o victory over Empire
Iqhckburn moved r point ahead of
Thunderbirds in the DiV. i fixtur-s,
but the latter team has played one
match less. The two teams were
doawpto meet on Thursday, but the
Athletics fl on that day and so
we'll have to wait later on'for what
promises to be an epic struggle.
The world feal~erweight"cham-
pion Sugar Ramos'was surprisingly
defeated by the then No 2 coitender
for his crown-Viceite Saldivar of
Mexico. Ramos who is only 3 years
older than the challenger faired well
in the early rounds but later received
*a severe pummelling fromiNth native
lad. He was 4leiding from both
rose and a cut over his right eye and
the referee stopped the fight as Ramos
made a feeble attempt to answer the
bell for the i2th round of the sche-
duled fifteen rounder.
Prior to this title bout Saldivar
had won 23 of his 24 professional
bouts, losing only once since 1961.
Ramos, who hails from Cuba wants
another crack at the crown and says
he'll retire after that.
European Boxing Union Acts
The E.B,U. has stripped Henry
Cooper of England of his European
Heavyweight title, after handing him
an ultimatum to fight the German
Karl Mildenberger before Oct I7th.
Cooper, who withdrew from the
fight because of an injured hand last
month, did not make comment, but
his manager declares "I stiU regard
Henry as the undefeated European
Continuing our round-up cfpre,
Olympic form we turn the Sport-
light on the Men's Field Events. In
the High Jump, it will be a close
fight between Valerie Brumel &
Roberts Shavladze of the U.S.S.R.
and lanky John Thomas of the
United Stares. Brumel who holds
the world record at75 ins has CARIBO Scholars
been beaten twi,:e this year but both
times under the record height. Three winners of the fi-st
Thomas with 7'4- ins as his recent Caribbean Orgnisa t i o n's
best will make a firm bid.
Teruvanesyan of Russia & Bos, four/year scholarships left
ton of the U.S,A. will battle once reday for U. W. 1., St. Au;
more and it's my guess that the gustine, Trinidad. Week-
latter will clinch the title. Peunel of old bridegroom Earl Johnson
the U.o.A. is head and shoulders is aiming at a B Sc. i
over everyone els: in the Pole Vault, is aiig at a B c i
he recently did 17'2 "to better his Agriculture (he has alre-dy
world record of ry'oj". got an Honr. Diploma from
I. the triple jump, Schmidt of the Eastern Caribbean Farm
Poland & Zolotaryev of R u s s i a Institute and is presently an
meet on even ground. The former Agricultual Inst r c t r).
has the edge. The United States have c b n
been mrsters at the Shot, Discus and Earl is best known as the
Hammer since 190o and their line- smart Lieutenant in charge of
up of Dallas Lcng doing over 66' the D. G. S. cadets his
for the Shot, Al Oenter, a cool 2o5' old school. Also leaving
in the 2ascus, Hal C o n no 11 are Colin Bully,(studying
23i'Io" with the Hammer are all culture) d Giffrd
present world record holders in their agriculture) n d afford
respective events and should prove ShilFngford, who will study
easy winners at the Games. surveying. -Contrib.
With no Johnson to support
them this time, America should- lind WU ork hop
concede the Decathlonto Kwang- W r k p
yang of Formosa who up to 1963 (Cont. from page 1)
totalled a mammoth. 9,12I pts,'beat g from the Jayceesand also
iag'th prvous d reo of ng from the Jayceesand also
1,633 pts by a handsome margin, from Mr. John Archbold
Next week we shall review the and it is expected that some
Me.'s trackev~ents. financial assistance will bo
Performance Of Note provided for in, the next
budget. 'Nevertheless, the
Mary Rand, Britain's hope for the budget. nevertheless, the
long jump gold record did a stupen- Social Welfe Department
dous 22f leap to be the first woman would welcome any aid in
in the world to clear this distance, cash or in kiid from firms
but she was asiasisted by a following' andor private individuals to
wind, way above the permitted improve and enlarge the
speed. Her prospects are very bright. m rks a e. arg
-CRICKET-- sightless people can make a
In the firt test match, Australia
vs India whi\d i began yesterday,
Australia were all out for z 2. There
was a sensational collapse after lunch
when the score slumped from 107
for I to 21x all out. The wicket is
reported to be assisting spin bowing.
Mena Warrington's 76
On Sunday Sept. 27 after I Mass
and through threatening rainstorms
a successful game of rounders was
played in Paix Boucbe, between
Calibishie an 1 Paix Bouche teams.
Calibisbie batted first and made a
magnificent 183 runs. Out of which
M. Warrington top scored with 76.
Due to ti;ht bowling and fielding
Paix Bouche only made 112 runs.
The weather was not promising so a
sec.and innings after lunch could not
be taken and the day's play was end-
ed. And Calibishie beat Paix
Bouche by 71 runs.
The Calibisbie Rounders Team is
ever prepared and can face any challenge
and make sure they will win.
useful contribution to the
community with the work of
(Continued from page i)
and winches, the Philosopher
is equipped with s5ton swing,
To mark the -occasion Messrs
Thomas and Jas. Harrison Ltd. and
the agents L. Rose & Co. Ltd. held
a cocktail party for leading business
men on board. Hosts were Harrison
Director Mr. E.S. Warwick (he and
hi; wife are passengers for the rip)
and Mr. John Chambers. The
6oto-ton gross ship had cargo for
Barbados, Trinidad, Antigua, St.
Kitts, Montserat and Dominica,
and will also unload in the other
three Windward Islands. She has a
service speed of 18 knots.
On the Thursday morning Mr.
Warwick met with importers and
exporters in the shipping depart,
men: of the 'Phoenix" when freight
charges, schedules and other busi-
ness matters were discussed.
The Philosopher was unable to
complete unloading on Thursday
due to rain and heavy ses and
I, OLIPHIE JEREMY of stayed over on Friday.
Marigot, hereby declare that Gen. De Gal
I am no longer r, sponsible
for any debtsor other liabili, President De Gaulli
ties incurred by wife, IRIS tremendous welcome i
(nee JOHNSON) who has left Tuesday, as he entered
my home and protection and couEry of his South Aa
refuses to return. His last stop had been B
refuses to returnprevious anti-governmer
OLIPHIE JEREMY ed to prevent his arrival
Oct. 3-17 al reception. CP.
e received a
n Chile on
d the sixth
It rioting fiil-
and a cordi-
I, MARK LEvIs of Pichelin, here-
by declare that I am no lon-er res-
ponsible for any debts or other lia-
bilties incurred by my wife, MARIA
NELISTER (nde Argol) she having
left my home and protection without
(Sgd,) MARK LEWIS
Banana Growers in the
Mahaut district are invited
to attend a meeting in the
Massacre Government School
at xo.oo a. m. on Sunday
iota October, 1964.
NOTICE TO BANANA GROWERS
GROWERS are earnestly requested to keep a sharp lock
out at this time for the nccurence of "tipspotting".
Active outbreaks of "tip-spotting" may be ex,
pected after a period when continuous rain is accompanied
by high winds.
The Leaf Spot Department will now start a campaign
especially to deal with this threat and growers can effectively
assist our efforts by promptly notifying the appearance of
tip-spotting, (or the usual "line setting"), in their cultiva-
tions to any of the following:-
The Leaf Spot District Inspector
The Leaf Spot Chief Inspector
The Banana Disease Officer
The Secretary, D;strict Branch
The Branch Manager, Northern Dist., Portsmouth-
The General Manager, Roseau.
J. P. BRUNEY
Ac. GENERAL MANAGER
Dominica Banana Growers' Association
NOTICE TO BANANA GROWERS.
Consequent upon the termination of the Purchasing
Company's Additional Summer Price of .z25 per lb. with
effect from the 4th October, 1964, the price payable for
bananas from the 5th October, 1964 will be as follows:-
At Reception Stations 5.6 per lb.
At Southern Buying Points 5.0o per lb.
At Northern Buying Points 4.380 per lb.
Growers who qualify for Incentive Bonus will receive
an additional .25 per lb.
A. D. BOYD
29th S-pte:nber, E964 General Manager.
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