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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1964 PRICE iog
CANADIAN AND PAKISTANI M.P.s COMING TO DOMINICA
Parliamentary Association Government MAYOR AFFRONTED FEUD GOES ON
ni.... *.I 1nfammafinn 1
s nalP Welcome
DOMINICA will be honoured by the visit, for at least
three days from October 28-29. of two Commonwealth
Members of Parliament Mr.'Beaule of Canada and Mr.
Siddiqui of Pakistan. This is in response to an invitation
from the Dominica Government.
The local branch of the Parliamentary Association
Commonwealth Parliament, meei in Jamaica is Mr.
ay A association met in the meeung in Jamaica is Mr.
ary Associaon met in theHerman Young, who recent,
Executive Council Chamber ly abandoned the St. Vincent
on October 22 to discuss Labour Party and accepted a
plans for the reception and Ministry without Portfolio in
entertainment of the distin Mr. Joshua's Government
guis"ed visitors. These will
include a dinner for the New Ford Grant
guests and Association mem.' To UWI
bers, a drive to Castle Bruce
and La Plaine, a cocktail FOP Business Study
patt a GCovernment House History & Extra-Mural
.id a rept' ~Ni y m 7 a. announced by
Speaker, Hon. L. Cools- U. W. I. that the Ford
Lartigue. Other sightseeing Foundation has made yet
tours, both in and outside of another grant to the Univfr-
Roseau, are being arranged sity, The amount this time
for the guests. C.P.A. meets is $392,0oo (U. S.) and it is
in Court House, 3 p.m. Oct. 30. earmarked mostly for Extra,
,Deputy Speaker Mural Workin the Leeward
and Windwards. M a in
In Soene projects are: the production
WE have received eye, of school textbooks by the
witness reports that the Caribbean Educational Pu,
Deputy Speaker of Domini, blications Ltd., the establish,
can's Legislative Council, ment of ExtraMural Centres
Hon. A. C. Active, was in the E. Caribbean islands,
involved in a tussle with a product;cn of a three volume
young woman with whom History of the West Indies
he was associated, on Roseau and further staff for tho De-
bay front last week-end, dur, partme.,t of Economics inclu,
ing the embarkation cf pas, ing provision for a programme
sengers to U. K. by S. S. of Lusiness Management
Ascania which had attracted Traiping.
a crowd to the jetty. Our WILSON'S U.N. SPEECH
informants state that Mr. British Prime Minster
Active's clothing was torn.arold Wlson was guest
The Dputy Speakr, who speaker last night at a dinner
is alo First Nominated Mem- in honour of the United
ber of Leg. Co., and whose Nations' birthday. (See New
wife (nee Lorna Alie) is n British Gov. Moves p. i).
England, was chosen to re,
present Dominica at the Red X Gift To
forthcoming Commonwealth -
Parliamentary Association -. M. H3
meeting to be held in Jam, Yest:rday an obstetric bed
aica early in November. was presented to the P. M.
Another 0. P. A.
St. Vincent's represent,
tive at the Commonweilth
Hospital by the Dominica
Branch of the Red Cross
through its President Mrs.
Lovelace. Fifty bloodtrans,
fusion sets were also given to
the operating theatre.
PROGRAMME : C. D & W.
Funds to amount of $21,384
approved. for Environmental
Sanitatic n. Government es-
timate the cost of building
2,200 private and 3 public
latrines as $29,300, from
which revenue of $7,920 will
accrue from sale to private
DENGUE FEVER: the mild
variety cfthis fever now pre,
valent (like a foer/day fu) is
transmitted by the Aedes
Aegypti mosquito which
breeds in pools of clear water
around the house and in
flower vases. Householders
change flower water daily.
REGIONAL COUNCIL: the
9th meeting of the Regional
Council of Ministers starts
next Wednesdaj at Sher,
,P E T I T E SOUFRIERE
ROAD: approval received of
a C. D. & W. grant of
$11S,594 for i- miles of
motorable road from Castle
Bruce to Petite Soufriere.
It will pass Tranto and Mopo
and be near Good Hope.
SALISBURY VI L L A G E
COUNCIL: ele c t i o n s on
Nov. 2 will be uncontested,
there being only 5 nomina-
tions: C. Scotland, R. Vidal,
N. Vidal, C. Lo uis and J.
The attendant at the Hills-
borough Petrol Filling Sta,
tion, Thomas Friday, report.
ed to the police a week ago
that his house by the Works
was broken into and $5oo
taken from a drawer in. his
bedroom. A latch was
ripped from the lower half of
his front door. Police are
WHIILE most Dominicans are happily anticipating tne
visit of H.R.H. Prince Philip to Dominica on Nov/
ember 16, the Mayor of Roseau feels that his exclusion (up
to the time we went to Press) from the reception, committee
on the jetty "is an affront to my office". Royal visitors of
the past have been accorded the freedom of the City of
Roseau, at which ceremonial any Mayor plays the key role.
Mayor Lestrade has been invited to a punch party at
Government House during the Prince's visit, but not so far
to any other important function.
PEOPLE IN THENEWS I The feud between Central
RT. H O N. ARTHUR Government and the Town
CREECH JON Es Labour's Council is well known. We
Colonial Secretary w h o re unable though lack of
worked hard towards a West space to print a lengthy state,
Indian Nation died Friday, meant by the Mayor refuting
aged 73 FORT YOUNG certain remarks made by the
HOTEL chef Sydney H Chief Minister at a political
Miller from B. G. arrived meeting in the marketplace
Monday, he is a member f ofn October 9. The letter
Culinary Arts inst. of U. S. which w sh l pu sh
* SIR Frank Worrell has later) categorically denies the
been seconded from UWI to Chief Minister's version of
be consultant to Trinidad's th e maintenanceofstreets
Community Development controversy.
Dept.; Gary Sobers will as.
sist him* FRED Degazon HARBOUR LOG--
onetime Dominica's Crown E 1
Attorney passed on Ascania W-E 22.10.64
intransit to Jamaica*EuLITA Saturday: M. V. Geestbay from
Gachette arrived for Pointe Portsmouth to load fruits for UK a,
chl holiday on Ascania Fond Col: M. V. Brunsbausen from
Michel holiday on Ascania UK with 81 tons general cargo inci.
after 5 years in UK PRINCE a truck, a jeep, galvanized and ice,
Philip visited Bahamas Tues, cream Sunday: S. S. Herdsman
day on way to Mexico with 103 tons general cargo mostly
JOSEPH Burke ex,Inspector foodstuffs: T. V. Ascania from UK
Traffic Dept. died yesterday ith 6 passegers incl. 5 dren;
66 left for UK Monday: ,M, V.
HERBERT Hoover once Pre' Ripon with 925 bags sugar, 50 casks
sident of U. S. A. died molasses from St. Kitts: M.V. Jane
Tuesday aged 90 SIR Os, S.]. from Nevis with 5,000 bags
wald Bancroft Barbadian cement: Sch. Harriet Whittaker from
Chief Jusce of Bahamas Bdoswith confectionery, margarine,
S soap, rum, molasses: M. V. Geestland
died Monday.* JEAN Paul fom UK with 40 tons cargo mostly
Sartre, famous French leftist beer and whisky: Sch. Enterprise
poetphilosopher refused No, from Trin;dad with aviation fuel,
bel Prize for Literature Shellane cylinders: Sch. Catherine
Isabella from Trinidad with 2,000
bags cement: M.V. Providence from
Trinidad with 7 tons fish for
Sy J. Astaphan Saturd.y (to d a y)
Protest From Italydue M. V. Ice Peal.
The Italian Communist Party is Lovelace Retires
sending a deputation to Moscow to His Honour the Admin,
protest against the enigmatic dismissal .
of Mr. Khruschev. istrator, Col. Alec Lovelace
_M. C., D. S. O., C.M.G.,
is retiring from the Colonial
Copy of Mighty Exposer's Service and will be leaving
Calypso on p. io are avai, Dominict by French Line
lable from Exposer himself Antilles on December 2. It is
or at the Herald Office- understood that he will live
price 5 cents. in England.
Corre bndents are asked to submit their fll names and addresses as
a guarat0e.of good faith. bu, not necessarily for pv',.icatimn. Letters should
te asshort as possible. Controversial political Itte.' will not be pub-
liPhed anbnymouslv. Views expressed iz Peoplea s PIr do not necessarily
reflect the policy of the Editor or the "r prietor.
queries being replied to by
Dr. Chopra and others a:
som e n gt h. Question
topics from the audience
ranged from malnutrition at
G-. nkit.. ... ^ -1d .;: ... L .
place at 17 HI
1963 64 P
/ffir \ T'M'
S- na ay to snc enes ain t es (ofiocers). In
The Giassics Freedom From feeding of under/fives. An meeting at wl
Shall Prevail Hunger Meeting 'e t film r ng hVice
Madam, world'ss population and Treas
The heading of this letter WHOs Dr. Chopra Guest nutrition state nowadays was Secre
hapens to be thePasswo Speaker shown and the,Hon. W. S. Asst.
happens to be the Password Stevens moved the vote of An advisory
of the Christian Musical At a meeting held on thanks. membersavai
Class since x945, and any Tuesday night at n e w The m
w o r d, ,phrase, statement, D. G. S., with the Minister R.H. Lockh;
argument etc, etc., t h a t for Trade and Production in Mr. Alfred L
touches "ts fiinge (Classics) the Chair, before an audience The Tr
becomes the bounden duty of some fifty persons: elegant Nurses Entrance cared closed,
the principal of the said Indian specialist Dr. Chopra Examinatin
Christian Musical Class to of the World Health Or, minatil Agricll
defend, and TIME shall ganisation, told lstiners that Tht following is a notice issued I|ndusr
prove it so. fortunately t h e Caribbean by the Nursing Council: -- IUUd al I
An extract in another isles do notsuffer very badly "Applications from girls wishing tiOn FoI
newspaper of Oct. 7 touched from hunger difficulties like to sit the next Entrance Examina-
on the "Classics." "Who some other countries, though tion to the Nursing School, Princess Pr ra
k w ether Margaret Hospital, ust be received reparation
nows whthe se very here is some malnutrition by the Secretary Treasurer, Geneal the way for
youths of today may not be due to faulty diet. Doctors, Nursing Council for Dominica, by and Industri
the BEATLES of tomorrow, Government a n d WHO 26th October. This Entrance Exam- be held in
who at every performance co-operate to promote stand- nation is held in Arithmetic, Salisbury on
draw SUCH CROWDS' ards of proper nutrition and English Language and General
Thistopsy/ urvy world i SP to c o m b a t malnutrition Knowledge to the standard of the 1964.
Thi topsy urvy world is t c bat alnriton General Certificate of Education The parties
fast leaving behind t he caused by lack of calories. "o" LeveltExamination. of Mero, Co
CULTURED MUSIC of Her organisation dealt not Applicants who have'already Rachett-, Cc
the great composers like only with feeding but with received an acknowledgement front bury have all
B E E TNH O V E N andpublic health education and the Seetar'yTreasurer must not committees
CHOPIN etc. hygienic lessons for children. re-apply. (GIS) (Cont.
BEATLES will dies fast, Much cooperation w as C
w h ist BEETHOVEN, apartments a s Agriculture,
CHOPIN and their peers Health, Education etc. All
shall live forever. BEA- members of the community A PRIZE OF THREE DOLLARS ($3.00)
TLES are a crazy world should know which are the the NEW HERALD CROSSWORD opened. A
of crazy admirers. B u t proper foods to keep them than midday on Thursday, November 5th.
above all, those who do healthy. weeks to complete. Please mark your e
know better should never Previously Mr. Ducreay
condone the deeds of a topsy, had outlined what the Govt. I
turvy world or comm-inity. of Dominica was doing in 1:1j
You may allow it, but not to the campaign, such as im,
be so cherished. proving livestock and pro- '
T!ben stop worshipping voting growth of foodstuffs
the POUNCE, (a coined etc.
word for the demoralising After Dr. Chopra's ad- 13
atmosphere in dancing, stage dress, Mr. S. 0. Pringle "' I 11M
performances, singing,types of spoke on the Agricultural l
dancsbands etc, etc, and Dept's aid through enlarging Dg L D
probably styles of writing, vegetable stock. He men- 9
certain literature, and paint tioned research work of i M
ings.) U. W. I., also the education E 23 I 2 1
Yes, the changing world is of farmer; home economics; 2
fully recognisedand upheld aad the importance of school "D
by the wise in its AD- gardens. E W9 W 1
VANCEMENT towards Dr. Dorian Shillingford 29 JI mmmmmm
civilization, contributing its pointed out how nutrition L--ELJLJLJLJL[1
true aspects of wisdom. The affects both physical and 30 || 1ZD D0 -S.
infiltration of the POUNCE mental growth and wellbeing.
does not count, yea, is even He stressed the value of ACROSS
magnetized by its Lust and cleanliness and sanitation in
Fire. a healthy community. Every i. Former Portuguese 12. Negat
Fie on sinful fantasy. Fie individual was responsible in Colony in India 14. Last I
on lust and luxury; These this regard. Nutrition was 5. Employ
are but bloody fires, kindled better in Dominica since the 7. High mountain 15. Secret
with unchase desires, and Griffin report of 1935, but 8. Turn 16. Fear c
tomorrow they die with the further action to provide 9. Woman's name 17. Amer
w i n d: B u t "THE nutritive necessities for the zo. Peace symbol 19. Look.
CLASSICS S H A L L people must be taken. II. Preposition 22. Since
PREVAIL." Questions from the floor
L. M. CHRISTIAN, followed, Mr. Loblack's HERALD CROSSWORD NO. 5
The Christian Musical
Class, Roseau. (Cont. on page 6) NAME --- : :.:=..
trred annual general meeting of the Cercle Frangais took
Eanover Street, Roseau on October zist. Resignation of the
resident, Mrs. Issa (who has left fur a vlsit to Europe) was
the resignations of the Misses Lockbart and Miss B. Bully
e retiring Vice-President, Mr. John Thomas, chaired the
which the following persons were elected to office:
lent: Mrs"Sissie'" de Caudeiron
'President: Hon. L. CoolsLarigue
;u:er: Miss M. Beswick
rary: Mr. Alfred Leevy
Secretary: Mrs. P.S. Allfrey.
councill of the officers and three other members (with alternate
lable) was formed.
meeting also elected a programme committee consisting of: Mr.
art, Mr. R.E. Allfrey, Mrs. Caudeiron, Miss Beswick, and
greed to meet on the Wednesday of each month, at 6. p.m,
easurer then collected subscriptions and the meeting was de"
ural & SOLUTION TO
CROSSWORD NO. 4
ial Exhibi- Elis[ aD sa4
r Villages1 -u1'mmu
ns are well on M] IERAIMEN I
al Exhibition to
the village of [i]M-]L]W] n -I-MIOR][N
November 3, EE9W\&NMS
:ipating villages E ll~M M A-ElI S LET
ulibistrie, Morne [1lN s
olihaut and Salis,- S *'JRIO ]SN
I formed sub, PRIZEWINNER
vhich see about Mrs. J.W.A. ,sborne of
on p. 12) King's Hill.
will be awarded to the first correct solution of
ill results must reach the HERALD Office not later
The Editor's decision is filal, `iu have two
envelope "Crossword No, 5".
services use this
2. Give counsel
3. Around and ....
4. Early empire
6. "Come in"
ii. First letter
18. Flowers from Holland
20. Romeo and Juliet
23. Move with the current
25. Male kin
24. Railway initials
26. Hat for a saint
27. Makes whisky
28. For cooking
30. Now Mayday on radio
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1964
SAT URDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1964
((Commonwealth Relations): .. BIT ann
Born 7907. Labor M. P. UBITUARY
Lanoulr uai netD since 1945, Secretary forl selina Theresa Yankey
Overseas Trade, 1947. Parl.
Potted Biographies (1) Under Secretary cf State for Isaline Theresa Yankey,
PATRICK GORDON WALKER Deminions, 1946-47. Coun' only surviving daughter of
(Foreign Secretary): born 907, cil school education, night Robert and Selina Yankey,
member cf"Shadow Cabinet" since classes at ,Toynbee Hall. was born on 26th Decimrbez
1957. Labour's spokesman for for, Member, Fabian Society; 1904. Education: attended
eign affairs. Narrowly lost 1964 elec O. B. E. W a s London Mr. Stevens Private School,
ion, but will soon have a safe seat, Organiser National Union followed by period at Roseau
in the Hcuse. Oxford M.A. During .
World War II directed broad, of Public Employees. Has girls school; served as Pupil
casts to Europe. Was first elected to visited India, B'jrma, S. Teacher for 3 years and woi
Parliament in 1945, has been a Africa, Scandiaav.a, Eurbpe, scholarship in 1924. Sh"
Minister of the Crown, and was Austria, U. S. A., Canada entered the Spring Gardens Teachers'
Sec. of State for Communwealtl and the West Indies. U.N. Training College in 1925 where
Relations 1950o5r. Has visited all adel I she spent 2 years in tran in ng.
Commonwealth countries; has re, delegate I946-49. She took up a Government
presented Britain on the consulta- BARBARA CASTLE (Over, appointment in 1927, when
tive assemblyof the Council of
vope seas Development): M. P. she s e r v e d as Assistant
GEORGE BROWN (First Sec. of for Blackburn. Educated at Teacher in Roseau for 4-1
State; Minister of Economic Affairs); Bradford Girls' Grammar years, and then over 20 years
Member of Labour Party since School and St. Hugh's Col, in 5 different schools in the
19.1. M.P. sinCe 1945. Deputy lege, Oxford. Journalist and country districts as Head
Leader of Opposition during recent
Tory regime. O me durin recent o housewife. Parliament a r y Teacher. Due to the diffi-
Tory regime. One-tme distuct or-
ganiser for the Transport and Private Secretary to the Presi, cult conditions under which
General Workers Union. Has been dent of the Board of Trade, she laboured during the latter
, Parlamentary Secretary twice. 1945-51. Member of Bri 20o years her health began to
Travelled largely in Europe, the tish delegation to British and fail (the authorities then being
Middle East ard the U.S.A. Was S ,
on the consuiltative assembly of theSoviet zonesof Germany, more concerned about ser
Council of Europe; served on high. 1946. Finland, 1947; Paris vice, than the health of em-
er education committee, National 1948; member of U. K. ployees). She was forced to
Youth Advisory Co u n c i, and delegation to United Nations resign on medical grounds in
Wages Board. Assembly 1949 and 1950. I953. Latterly she worked at
JAfME CALLAGHAN (Chancellor Has visited several African Wesley-High School for a
of ti.e Exchequer): born 9,2.1
Member of Shadow Cabinet, and countries; went to China few years.
its chief spokesman on Treasury with L. P. delegation, 1954. Miss Yankey was a most
afairs. 9~-jnre C.;viL Srvant. a-been on National Exe, loyal and devoted Daughter
Vecturer for the Workers' Education cutive of Labour Party since and Sister of the-family.
Association and served in the Royal .95. Member of .National (Contri
Navy darin World W arII. Was oatinal
Junior Minister in Commonwealth Union of Journalists.
Relations office. Widely travelled. ANTHONY GREENWOOD NOTICE
Is a visiting Fellow of Nuffield (Colonial Affairs): Born
College, Oxford. 1911, son ofRt. Hon. Arthur L. F. CHARLES "Charlo"
DENIS HEALEY (Defence Minis Greenwood, famous Labour can undertake to super-
ter): Yorkshireman of Irish descent, EduAt e d at vise or build under con-
born 1918. Educated at Bradford spokesman. Educate e at uil u e o-
Crammar School and B a l iol Merchant Taylors School and tact a types f bud-
Col.ege Oxford (double first) Major, Balliol College, Oxford. ings and heavy con-
Royal Engineers (Me tionedin des- President Oxford Union, Struction work.
patches also M.B.E). Has taken 9 Lead lecturing and Please telephone lo.
leading part while in Labour (OC- debating teams to India and 249 3 rings.
position during foreign debates. Noebating Goodwill Road.
Was member Institute of Strategic U. S. A. Was in the oct. oIw i
Studies. Represented Britain at con, R, A. F. Served with British --3
sulative assembly, C o u nci of Ministry of Infcrmrtion in BRITAIN'c
Europe. Has visited U.S.A., Russia, Russia and Middle East.
Malta and the Far East, N. Africa Vice Chairman, Parliamn.,
and Italy. Author of numerous-
books? speaks several European tary, Labour Party, Parlia,
languages, is a wellknown bread- menrary Socialist Christian
caster. Group, Has worked for
HERBERT BOWDEN (Lea, Prevention of Tuberculosis,
der of the Homse): Eorn 1905. Pure River Society, Care for
Secondary school education. Cripples, British Rheumatic
Has been Junior Govt. Association and committee
Whip and Chief Whip; is on Disablement. Very po,
a C.B.E. Member of Coun, pular television personality.
cil of Europe for three years.
M.P. for Leicester. Member
of Union of Shop, D'stribu-
tive and Allied Workers
Uiion. Has been Parlia.
mentary Private Secretary
and Lord Commissioner of
Treasury, Was lecturer fcr
National Council of Labour
The Three Ministers in charge of
Commonwealth and colonial affairs
and Overseas Development are:
A RT H U R BOTTOMLEY
L .-__. .. A -_* _--
I For Economical Starching!
t Dip gives a wonderful, long-lasting
Crisp finish to fabrics, hitherto only
waobta ined-by does Dipig afive arty
q wash. Not only does 'Dip' give party
dresses and everyday frocks a new
| look which stays in for wash after
i wash, but the whole laundry is trans-
1 formed by that special 'Dip' look.
"Dip' is available in 8 oz. bottles at 50
i THE DOMINICA DISPENSARY CO. LTD. !
S NEW PRIME MINISTER
An outcry is rising against the
plan to charge tuppence for "spend,
ing a penny" in British Railway
washrooms. Among the opposers
are two women Labour MPs: Mrs.
Judith Hart calls it monstrous; Mrs.
Bessie Braddock says "this plan of
the railways is diabolical and illcgi-
cal:... we shall of course have the
COLONY OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 26th day of Oct., 1963
Nature of request whether
Da:. of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of titlee or
SNotings thereon of Caveat
Request for the issue of a First
Request dated Isaac James Certificate of Title in respect
of a portion of land situate at
30th Sept., 1963 Layoup in the Parish of St.
by his Solicitor Joseph in the Colony of
Presented Dominica. containing 468
21st Oct., 1963 Vanya Dupigny square feet, and bounded as
at 11 55 a.m. tfollows:- On the North East
by Layou Vil'age Road, On
the North-West by lands of Edwin Jno. Baptiste, On the South-East
by Layou Ravine, On the Sonth West by lends of Emelia Adams.
Registrar's Office, (Sgd) J. MARCANO
Roseau, Dominica, Oct., 1963 Registrar of Titles.
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certi-
ficate of '.'ie on the above application may enter a Caveat in the above
office within six weeks from the da of the first appearance of the
above Schedule in the DOMINICA HERaL. newspaperpubl;shed 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.
Advertisers are asked to submit copy
by noon on Wednesdays
1 i., ..-.... . . .. .-4 `.....- ,m h i
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1964
The American Negro's
Struggle for Justice
By MARTIN LUTHER KING, Jr., 1964 Nobel Peace Prize Winner
HERE can be no gainsay, Rev. Mart,
ing the fact that we face is a prominent
a crisis in race relations in American Neg,
our nation. This crisis has gle against rac
been precipitated by the col, and for civil r
lision between the forces of which has reg
liberation and the forces of victory with th
domination. One of the of civil rights
greatest expressions of this US Congress.
criis is the resistance to the courageous
Supreme Court's decision cowardly way
(of 1954) outlawing segrega, dual who ac
tion in the public schools; at system is at
times this resistance has risen participant ii
to ominous proportions. tem, and he
But the old ideal of racial of the respor
segregation, of paternalistic perpetuation
relationships, has exhausted system.
itself, and the American There is a
society is seeking to reorient oppressed pe
itself around the idea of de- with their
segregation, the idea of in- that is to rise
tegration, the idea of person- lence and con
to-person relations. This is Now, ofc
the crisis of our age. about t h i s
Now when .a crisis de, know about
velops in a, society, there is am not here
always an attempt to solve lence has
the problem developed as a One who stu
result o the crisis and to get discovers thi
rid of the precipitating forces. often received
beeih oppressed or who have lence has often
been the victims of the forces momentary v
of domination, are always would go o
seeking to deal with the while violeA
crisis. And there are three about tempc
ways that oppressed people can never b;
can grapple with their manent peace
oppression, creating man
One method is that of problems. '
acquiescence; there are those long run, in
individuals who feel that the racial justice
only way to deal with their practical and
oppression is to resign them impractical fc
selves to the fate of oppres, and I think
sion. There are those who reasons is th
surrender and find themselves our opponer
becoming conditioned to for us to star
things as they are. They feel volution; the
that it is better to live with this as an exc
these things than to go innocent peo
through the ordeals of chang, pretence that
ing the old order to the new a riot.
order. There was a man I remembi
who lived in one of the ham, Alaban
Negro communities in At- missioner of
lanta some years ago; he used "Bull" Conr
to play his guitar and sing happy when
various songs, and one day the sideline i
he was heard singing a song community tl
that went something like this: he was always
"Been down so long that we remain
down don't bother me." I He knows he
guess he had achieved a level violence, bu
of freedom-a freedom of ex, know how t
haustion. He had given up violence.
the struggle. And viole;
So that is a method of cal because t,
acquiescence--but it is not an-eye philo
the way. It may be the easy leaving eve.
way at times, but it is not the This metho
moral way and it is not the This method
in Luther King
t leader of the
roes in their strug.
ristered a notable
e recent enactment
legislation by the
way; it is a
y, for the indivi-
ljus.s to an evil
that moment a
n that evil sys,
must take some
visibility for the
of the unjust
second way that
;ople can deal
e up with vio,
:ourse, we know
s method. We
violence and I
to say that vio,
dies history soon
at nations have
I their independ,
1-6.i1-111 V inl UI.UU,..j.Si~.A k A -" &
en brought abo:it
victories, but I
n to say that
ice cdan bring
>rary victories, it
ring about per,
Sand it ends up
ny more social
Violence in the
the struggle for
, is both im-,
immoral. It is
>r many reasons,
one of the best
at so many of
Its would love
:t a violent re,
ey would use
use to kill many
ople under the
they are inciting
er in Birming,
ma, that (Corn,
tor was always
from the Negro
threw rocks, but
s unhappy when
ow to deal wi:h
t he does not
o handle non-
nce is impracti,
he old eye-for-
sophy ends up
d is wrong.
is immoral. It
is immoral because it is a de,
scending spiral ending in
destruction for everybody. It
is wrong because it seeks to
annihilate the opponent iathLr
than convert him. It is
wrong because it leaves
society in monologue rather
So I am still convinced,
in spite of the tragedies that
we faced in our Birmingham
and other communities, that
non-violence is the most
potent weapon available to
the Negro in his struggle
for freedom and justice. If
we succumb to the tempta,
tion of using violence in the
struggle, unborn generations
will be t'le recipients of long
and mighty bitterness.
There is another method,
a third method, and that is
the method of non-violent
resistance. I feel that this is
the method which must
guide us through this tense
period of transition. We
are moving from the old
order to the new order. We
have the inevitable birth
pains, the inevitable tensions,
that accompany the birth of
a new age. But I believe
that non-violence is the
mprlt-,rhA r",n 'hi 'pv the
ideals and g azls and princi,
ples of this new age.
Now let us look for a
moment at this philosophy
and its basic meaning. Be,
cause we talk a great deal
and we hear a great, deal
about non-violence we often
fail to realise that this method
has an under-girding philo-
sophy. First, I woula like
to say that the philosophy of
nonviolence contends that the
means we use must be as
pure as the ends we seek.
Means and ends must cohere.
Means and ends are insepara,
ble. The means represent
the idea-in-themaking; in
the long run of history de-
structive means cannot bring
a b ou t constructive ends.
Immoral means cannot bring
about moral ends and so
non-violence contends that
means and ends must cohere.
Non-violence is the relentless
pursuit of truthful en ds
through moral means.
The second point that I
would like to bring out
about non-violence is this:
it contends that one's aim
must never be to inflict injury
upon the opponent. In
Indian philiscphy they call
this idea "Ahimsa" non-
This stands at the centre
of the non-violent discipline
and the non-violent philoso-
phy and it has two aspects:
first, of course, you avoid
external physical violence.
One thing we say to every,'
body getting ready to parrici,
pate in a non-violent demon,
station is that you must not
retaliate the physical violence.
If you are hit you must not
hit back; you must rise to
the heights of being able to
accept blows without retaliat-
ing. And s o non-injury
means that you refuse to en,
gage in external physical
violence. But it also means
that you are constantly mov,'
ing to the enemy. You are
constantly moving to the
point where you love your
Now a lot of people are
confused at this point.
They ask me from time to
time: "What in the world
do you mean when you talk
about love your opponents"
Somebody said to me afler a
lecture the other day: "I can
go long with tactical non-
violence and I think you are
right that it is the best tactic
and the best technique. But
when you start talking about
this 'love' stuff, you lose me."
Well this "love stuff"
stands at the centre of non-
violence. The highest ex-
pression of noninjury is love,
and I think people misun,
derstznd love at this point.
They thing that when you
talk about "love" you are
talking about a sentirmantal,
affectionate emotion, and I
would be the first to say that
this is absurd; it is nonsense
to urge oppressed people to
love their oppressors in an
affectionate sense. This is
very, difficult and almost
So when I try to explain
what I mean by this "love
stuff" I turn to the Greek
language. It has a word,
(To be concluded).
THERE KING I
God bless you, all you Nobelh.en, stand up join hands and sing
In praise of the youngest Nobelman, one Marin Luther King:
For King he is a coloured man, who never let the fact
Provoke him into jealousy or any vengeful act.
King went to prison several tiifie tfsirwrie glers bso- !
That they were both ashamed and sad the days :e had to go. !
King was a Baptist Minister, and his faith is deep and broad-
Citizen of the U. S. A., and servant of the Lord.
He studied most philosophies and spoke his simple creed:
"All men are brothers in G-d's sight! Desist from the violent deed-".
The Peace prize is a handsome sum, but what is King's intent?
In the cause of justice and civil rights the money will be spent.
So hearken you Nobehlen, stand up, join hands and sing (
In praise of a coloured Nobelman, one Martin Luther King.
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United Nations Day
October 24th 1964
Every year on October 24, United Nations Day is celebrated
throughout the world. It is the special occasion on which countries ex-
press their best wishes to this great peace-keeping force and their thanks for
benefits bestowed. We list below some of the economic and social branch,
esof the U.N.:
Economic And Social Council planning; population problems;
statistics: Four regional councils (r) Europe (2) Asia and the Far East (3)
Latin America (4) Africa help countries to tackle these common pro-
Technical Assistance (expanded programme): international sharing
of the technic 1 knowledge and skills essential to the efforts of developing
countries. Thousands ofexperts have worked for U.N. in this field and
over 2o,oou students and government officials have received advanced
U N. Special Fund: Estab!ished in 1s958. -elps countries with capital
investment. Projects even larger and of longer dura.ian than those of the
expanded programme. Millions of dollats have been usefully employed
through this food.
UNICEF: Ti is is the U.N, Children's Fund, promoting special aid
for children also supplies and equipment needed, and the training of
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PAT STEVENS NOTE BOOK
Should Ministers Interfere P
W HEN a member of the in which a particular minis,
S House is elected by the ter concerned may be called
people of his constituency, upon to account fo- such an
he is responsible to them for' incident; he is therefore ex,
all matters affecting them pected to give a satisfactory
generally. The Constituwion answer for its occurrence.
.provides for a ministerial sys- Who then should interfere is
tern of Government by virtue it; the civil servant, the
of the party in majority, and clergy, the laypan or those
hence each minister appoint, who are dedicated by virtue
ed has his particular duties of an oath of allegiance to
to perform. A minister of their country :
for his constituency's affairs A LabOr
but is also required to cori A very tough competition
cern himself with the entire at the polls saw a Labour
country, in other words he is Government take office. It
to see into. the -running of has been 13 years since the
things which happen to Socialists ruled Britain and'
come under his p >jtolio in the manner in whrch the
every constituency. English people voted showed
Most of us seem to mis, clearly that they took their
construe the questions of election seriously and there
ministerial responsibility thus was a balance of thought and
finding ourselves involved opinion exercised in their
with the view that ministers deliberations. Mr. Harold
interfere. It is unfair to Wilson who is now the
think that one is responsible Prime Minister of Britain and
for public finance and ought one of the youngest ever for a
not to be able to exercise long time shows every indica,
controlling measures. Since tioa of concern to strengthen
the cabinet is expected to his relations with the Comn
give a detailed account of its monwealth as a whole. The
,stewardship both to the policy of his party believes in
Colonial Office and to its more assistance for under,
electorate, therefore it is just/ developed territories and in
fiable that ministers should this new government lies the
interfere. A cabinet in which hope for a more stable and
its ministers fail to interfere improved life of the Comn
usually finds itself on the mcnwealth.
opposition as a result of a I would like to add it is
general election for such is a absolutely necessary that every
breeding g r o u n d for a citizen of the state who is en,
national vote of no-confi& tied to cast a vote should
dence. Carelessness a n d exercise his franchise wisely
negligence being the chief for he must remember the
agents responsible for such an destiny of his country lies in
undesirable situation. his own hands, and that he
When anything concern, must realise that at the polls
ing the State goes wrong and he is deciding not only for
the House of Assembly meets himself but for thousands
there is a likelihood for ques, who cannot vote and for
tions to arise out of :he issue posterity.
THE LIFE OF PRESIDENT LYNDON B. JOHNSON
When the U.S. was plunged ceived the Silver Star for Kennedy was nominated for
into war in December of bravery during his short the Presidency 'in 196o he
1941, Lyndon Johnson, an period of service. After war chose Johnson to run with
officer in the Naval Reserve, he won a seat in the Senate him as Vice President.
was the first member of the of the U.S. Here he rose to Johnson discharged the duties
House of Representatives to become majority leader. His of this office excellently and
go on active duty. Although astuteness and intelligence became known as a U.S.
called back to Congress by won him the respect of both good w ill ambassador
an official order a few his political party and his through his many visits to
months later, Johnson re, adversaries. When John F. other nations. (Continued)
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EMPHASIS ON COMMONWEALTH
WHATEVER the disadvantages with
which the Labour Government of
Britain is initially saddled such as a
tiny minority, difficult international and
economic problems ahead and the likeli,
hood of being continually harassed, as
well as the strong and somewhat enig,
matic position of the Liberals-they have
assigned three capable and brilliant Minis,
ters to safeguard Commonwealth interests,
and they have'the overwhelming support
and affection of several Commonwealth
countries to back them up.
Taken in addition to the noticeable
cordiality with which the new Govern,
ment has been greeted by President John,'
son of the U. S. A., who described them
as men of goed faith, the signs are that
the new Government -will increase in
strength and prestige rather than dwindle;
although the British nation is split clear
ain two between Tories and Socialists,
impetus of goodwill in the Commonwealth,
particularly in the so-called 'coloured
countries', will help to advance their
It is pleasing to learn that an early lun,
chton guest at No. zo Downing Street
was Dr. Eric Williams, whu gave a report
on the position of Trinidad and Tobago,
and that some stirring of initiative are
audible from the Seven. After all, as a
B.B.C. commentator said on Tuesday,
(Continued from page 2,
It is a pity that so much
"dirty play" has been encou-
raged this season resulting in
the marring of the quality
of football, and being par,
tially responsible for the
almost total deterioration of
the standard of play. And
in this connection one is left
to wonder what exactly is the
job of the referee; why are they
not making their presence felt?
It has become obvious that
they overlooked the question
of rough and dangerous play
and have failed to caution the
A referee must perform his
duties in such a way that he
will win the respect of players
I am beg
to say a word
the Person of
shameful to ke
ing for so long
who is to pay
take care of t
Is it a pleas
Roseau in its
order from me
gone by when
such a disting
ter came, Gov
Why not ask each of th:
doctors in the island to s:g-
ges: a minimum diet suitable
for poor people which is at
least obtainable in this island
--Dr. Wisse gives a calori,
- meter to his patients, bJt only
a few patients are likely to be
able to use it. Why nct ex,
tend such advice?
Peventy five houses, in wlhch most
of them are connected with electric
power. Bu: there is no water-supply
in tha area. In the event offire,
what are the people going to do?
The neares private phonZ is about
three tnotisand feet from the last house
of that area (near the sea). Would
Government consider in the interest
of Grand Bay tax-payers installing a
public phone somewhere within
this area (MamboushC). The people
would be very thankful.
Echoes Of A
"Members of the Labour Government NUTRICIA, near Roget. Ma c
have always complained that Conservatives lla"lch
have been mean with aid; they are likely A Challenge To Madam,
to be more generous." We should not, No one can deny that the match
however, like to see a relationship of all Domtrac between Blackburn and Spartans
give one side and all take on the other; even played on Thursday th* I3 October
a small region like the West Indies can Madam, at Windsor Park produced little by
find some means of reciprocity; and the Please allow me space on way of brilliance, according to the
Sof all is a friendly attue your paper to express a wish on be- report given by another newspaper's
first means of all a fondly at 'e half of all Domtrac workers. reporter. But surely players and
mind. How they treat British Labour Let's all look inwo our conscience spectators will all agree that the
Party members abroad, and British nation, for a moment. Isn't that really un- refereeing was theworst seen for
als in general, is indicative, fair,'for the mechanic boys working many seasons.
It is a matter of pride to us that a at Domtrac ro be working for a week- The referee's idea of a trip, an
S has ben c, osen for ite im tant ly salary of $4.00 a weeks Is that fair off-side, and applying the advantage
woman has been chosen for the important In my opinion it is not. rule left many baffled, aid his slow-
new Cabinet post of Overseas Develop, These hard days we are living in ness in deciding which side should
meant. That indomitable redhead Mrs, in Dominica, the cost of living is so be pe-ialized for a foul was much too
Barbara Castle is bound, we feel sure, to high, things are so expensive, can glaring.
make a success of this great responsibility, someone working for $4.00 a week It was this same referee who, as a
St t make a living in Dominicka Loo'k, reporter, took rains last season to
which affects the future of us all. It s ing at it those in charge referring to publish some very important hints to
pleasing, too, that she is an 'experienced the manager and all the rest of them, referes. I woulp advise him f:r uis
journalist and a graduate of Oxford. have these people got a conscience, own g-od anid that of the remaining
Mr. Arthur Bottomley, with his wide and Working mechanic (as far as I' referees to start again this season.
t ical experience both in Parliament experienced it) is not an easy job, es Yours Triely
and in Union organisation (a goodFabian ^ ohis, ._
Tractors; that work is very dangerous,
and much travelled), is a sound choice and furthermore there is plenty of Ethiopia's Eleanor
for Commonwealth Relations. And hard work to be done.
Anthony Greenwood, whose famous These boys at Damtrac, they have Roosevelt Stamp
father was once invited in the House to to eat and drink, they have to buy
"Speak f rii who is k clothes, and shoes to work, not only Addis Ababa, October I
Speak ta an o s known for working but otherwise, they may --Part of the proceeds from
as 'Socialism's Prince Charming' but is even have a family to support; most the sale of Eleanor Roosevelt
in effect a tough tighter for civil liberties of them I'm sure have to pay people commemorative stamps issued
and many humanitarian causes, is a very to wash their dirty clothes for them.
welcome man for the Colonial Secretary's Those who have poor homes and by the Ethiopian Government
post. We congratulate them particularly family have to try their best to help will go to the support of
out their parents, and $4.oo a humanitarian projects with
warmly, and wish them well. w:ek is not sufficient for all that. As which Mrs. Eleanor Roose,
far as I am concerned these boys are velt was closely identified.
Of Warn- as people used to prepare for really working hard and they need a sef
such an occasion. Ins reasonable week's salary for that type The issue of the 200,000
such an occasion. Instead, work which they are doing, commemorative stamps -
Country Eookies are quarrdl- Yours sincerely, multicolored and in three de,
ing with each other rather than PARENT OF WORKER, Pottersville nominations- took place on
m, forgetting differences and do- NOTE: Perhaps Domtrac would Saturday, the 8oth anniver-
;ging for space ing whatever possible to give wish to reply to this sary of the famed American
of warning to the visitor a rousing welcome. statement. -Editor. woman's birth. (USIS)
s well as Op, They may be calling this
t the visit of a "who is to do what" politics, Public Phone More Ecumenical Steps
Gentleman in but I don't, and we who say Needed The Ecumenical Council recently
the Duke of we deplore such action should ee voted approval to two historic
Isn't it very not let this happen. measures recognition of shared
Isn't it very not let this happen. Madam, authority between His Holiness the
cep on quarrel, These men will without The lower part of Back Pope and the Bishopl, and the
Sa time over doubt be preparing their din, Street, Grand Bay, better known as creation of a permanent body of
for repairs and ner jacket and fixing in their "Mamboush"' is covered with about married and single deacons. CP.
he T o w n of teeth in hopes of having a Banana Shipment of 16th October, 1964:
chat; don't you think that SEMS TONS
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ant thing for set about doing whatever is Roseau 38,082 486
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m? In years
a visitor of
ernment as well
.SMOND A MIENDES,
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"Unity is not the same thing
as uniformity". The Anglican
Bishop of Bristol.
Exports to 9th October, 1964 2,477,661
Exports to 16th October, 1964 2,573,663
Exports to 16th October, 1963 2,260,792
Increase 1964 compared with 1963 312,871
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1964
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they were granted voting
rights 44 years ago.
Substantial gains h a v e
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United Nations Day
Cont. from page 5
Refugees: The U.N. has a Commission on refugees which helps
rehabilitate thousands of dispossessed and homeless persons (due to war or
other disasters). In the Middle East, a Relief and Works Agency of U.N.
aids nearly a million Arab refugees.
Human Rights: respect for human rights and fundamental freedom
for all without distinction of race, sex, language or religion are contained
in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, first proclaimed on toth
December 1948. Advisory services, fellowships and seminars are available
in this field.
International Labour Organisation: Governments, employers and
workers combine internationally to drive forward and obtain better living
standards and conditions for the Labour force of ihe world. Headquarters
Food And Agriculture Organisation: parent body of the Freedom from
Hunger Campaign. Gives technical and other assistance to increase food
production ano obliterate starvation and malnutrition. Headquarters -
U N. Education, Scientific And Cultural Organisation: aims to provide
every child with a chance to go to school, students with the opportunity to
enhance their knowledge, and scientists with the international teamwork
for solving problems. Research in earthquakes, oceanic matters, desert in-
fertihty; also means of communication films, radio, television are among
UNESCO's projects. Headquarters Paris.
World Health Organisation: helps to make the world a healthier
place to live in. Assists countries to fight disease and to train urgently need-
ed doctors, nurses and health workers. Warns of epidemics.
International Finance Corporation (known as "the Bank"): makes
loans for reconstruction and economic development schemes.
International Atomic Energy Agency: advances the peaceful uses of
International Civil Aviation ,Organisation: Promotes safety in interna-
ional flying, also technical advice.
Universal Postal Union: z14 member nations over the globe unite to
form "a single postal agency for the reciprocal exchange ofcorrespondence".
International Telecommunications Union: iii members cooperate to
operate efficient telephone, telegraph and radio services. ITU gives diirct
aid to member governments to improve their facilities.
World Meteorological Organisation: sends out experts and provides
training in weather science; has 113 member countries.
Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organisation: tries to in,
crease safety at sea, helps increase shipping facilities for the expansion of
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On W. I. Persona-
The report of Dawbiney
Literary & Dabating Clnb's
recent debate on W. I. per-
sonalities (a carbon copy of
that pubhsned some days ago
in the Chronicle) will not
here be puinxed in full. Ins-
tead we give excerpts from the
chief nasies and comments
enumerated by our reporter,
who states that the panel
(H. John, J. N. Johnson and
R. St. ... Shillingford) with
R. St. Havis Shillingford as
moderator, handled questions
intelligently, and ihe modera,
tor touched on the more
aspects of politics. F i r m
opinion-nolders from the
floor added zest to the pro-
Marcus Garvey figured pro,
minently in the discussion,
because he underlined the
importance of and respect
due to the Negro. 'He
sowed the seed," it is reported,
"of future racial strife and
must accept major responsi-
tbilhy for the BacktoAtnrca
and Rastafari movements."
Bustamante was singled out
a'ong f. ka.eC, for
praise ot his championship of
the workingclass' movement
(in Jamaioa) at a time when
society most despised it. He
was linked during the debate
with men like Ciprian, Bird,
Adams and a few other 'mid,
ale-class' politicians who
gained advances for the
workers through sacrifice,
although (it was said) he
could not Jay claim to states-
manship and bears consider,
able blame for the destruction
of the W. I. Federation.
Sir Grantley Adams did
much for Barbadian Labour.
The debaters recalled the old
'colonial-stooge' label (ap,
plied to him during the Sta-
lin regime Ed.) Later in
the discussion he was credited
with drafting the federal con-
stitution himself. The
failure of Federation came
under a barrage of criticism;
selfishness of political leaders
was pinpointed. Eric Wil,
liam's early leaning towards
a strong federation and the
subsequent independence of
Jamaica and Trinidad were
examined. Jagan and Castro
were also discussed (not alto,
gether unsympathetically) by
some contributions. The
Press came under fire for
'irresponsibility', as well as
W. I. personalities who "had
not cared to use its facilities On Friday last week China an-
nor to eed its criticisms." nounced the successful explosion
Gairy and squandermaniaa' of her first atom bomb.
were touched upon as wells Red Chinese Nuclear
the immaturity of the masses. .
The panel welcomed Dr. Device
Williams' trend towards non- Following is the text of a state,
alignment. meat made recently by U. S. Sec.e-
E. G. Loblack was men- ttry of State Dean Rusk:
tioned by many members as For some time it has been known
one whose work for Domin- that the C0hinese Communists were
incan labour needed to be approaching the point where they
an labour needed to be might be able to detonate a first nu
documented. T h e la t e clear device.
C. E. A. Rawle's important Such an explosion might occur in
r3le was also called to mind. the near future.. If it does occur we
The view was also expressed shall know about it nd shall make
th the inornation public. It has been
"that some of our retired known since the i950's that the
middleclass politicians who Chinese Communists have been
now pose as elder statesmen working to develop a nuclear deice.
in fact lajy no great claim to They not only failed to sign but
have contributed to t h e strongly opposed the Nuclear Test
ae contribtd to t Ban Treaty which has been signed
economic, social or political by over o0 countries.
advancement ci the country." The detonation of a first device
SALE OF GOODS AT PUBLIC AUCTION
The following goods will be sold by public auction at the
Queen's Warehouse, Roseau at 2.30 p.m. on Thursday 29th Octo-
ber, 1964 under section 27 (4) of the Trade and Revenue
Consolidation Ordinance 1949.
1 P H W 2 Case
D/CA No. 1 1 Cast
3 Lnarles S S 1 Case
4 .IDS Firu - Ci
GE 7881 B No. 1
5 B LL 1/4 4 Cases
6 B & C 2792 No. 2 1 Case
7 HHVW 1 Bale
8 R. A. Williams & Co. 1 Case
c/o Barclays Bank
9 HHVW No., 72386 1 Bale
10 CBP 1 Case
11 Valley Engineering 1 Case
Sales & Service
12 ACB 561763 1 Case
13 P.H.W. & Co. No. 1 1 B le
14 P.H.W. & Co. 1751 1 Case
c/o Blomquist 240/5 5 Cases
489/R2 (in a triangle) 2 Cases
17 VE & Co. No. i 1 Case
18 G C I & Co. No. 1 1 Case
19 A CS 26 8290 1 Case
Tap C E Buhy
20 H H V Whitchurch
P 0 Box 71 D/ca No.2 1 Case
21 ASC No. 8409 1 Case
22 O D B & Sons D/ca 1 Ctn.
23 NMW D/ca No. i Bale
24 Valley Englneering 1 Case
Sales & Service
25 B & A Rose
CP 9170 1495/1 1 Case
26 H H V Whitcnurch 1 Case
D/ca No. 2
27 H F Ltd. 1-5 5 Cases
D296/64 (in a diamond)
28 GLA 1541 1 Case
ACS (in a diamond)
29 H L W & Co. D/ca. 1 Case
30 AG, 5907, 5915 1 Case
(in a diamond) D/ca.
31 P. H. Williams & Co.
No. 2 1 Case
32 CGC, JA, D/ca No.1 1 Case
33 MG D/ca No. 2 1 Case
34 H H V Whitchurch 1 Case
35 Dens Shillingford 1 Keg
36 G 0 Dominica 2 Crates
Customs & Excise Dept,
9th October, 1964.
does not mean a stockpile of nuclear our nuclear weapons program.
weapons and the presence of modern We would deplore atmospheric
delivery systems. testing in the face of serious efforts
The United States has fully antici made by almost all other nations to
pated the possibility of Peiping's ent- protect the atmosphere from further
try into the nuclear weapons field contamination and to begin to pu.
and has taken it into full account in i limitations upon a spiraling arms
determining our military posture and race. (OSIS)
ADVERTiSE IN THE HERALD
Dominica Banana Growers' Association
NOTICE TO BANANA GROWERS.
GROWERS are notified that consequent upon the re,
duction of the present Green Boat Price of 70. I5. o
by 2 units of 3. 10. o to 63. i5s. per ton effective
19th October, 1964, the price payable for bananas from
that date will be as f9llows:-
At Reception Stations 4..90 per ton lb.
At Southern & Eastern Buying Points 4.3' per lb.
At Northern Buying Points 4.18 per lb.
Growers who qualify for Incentive Bonus will receive an
additional .z25 per lb.
16th October, 1964.
A. D. BOYD
r\& - c*
s Plastic Household Ware
Glue and Pa oi
Advertising M trial
Cotton Piece Goods
Cash Bill Books
M. T. Flour Bags
Enamel Basins etc.
F. V. M. JAMES
Ag. Collector of Customs.
Ask for Limacol Talcum Powder at your favourite store, .
a- ----*LjluiJ Ui Ll:-
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1964
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1964
- and attach themselves to the mother's for pork would mean a loss to the
teats,to which they cling, or are placed breeder.
there by mouth. So rapid is the An answer froai the Government
growth at first that the baby which as to the provision cf a bulldozer
weighed no morethan a single grain for clearing pasture land was still I
at birth will reach the s ze of a mouse 'awaittd, the meeting was told.
in fie cavs Thrv then Ilrev the
You can now have your batteries charged at Raymond's garage in
Great Marlborough Street, opposite Singer's.
Marv's Gold Medal Lead
Dogs, cats and pigs are found in pouch but return to suckle. The
Dominica's forests and, especially pouch is not equally well developed British Guiana :i
among the pigs, seem to revert easily in all species and is sometimes little
to the wild, though they were all morethan a fold in the skin. Elections
escapees within a few generations. The difference between a rodent ,
Cars, and especially toms, frequently and a marsupial is most pronounced The Governor of British Guiana,
take to the woods on hunting ex' in the teeth. All rodent have four Sir Richard Luyt, announced on
petitions for a few weeks at a time, incisors, gnawing teeth in the front of September 25 that elections under a
.nd after afew years toms are very the moOtn, two above and two bel- system of proportional representation -
apt to come back to the homes they ow, while marsupials have a great will be held there on 7th December.
kn w as kittens only to look at them many small incisor teeth ten above Sir Richard said in a broadcast
from a distance, but not to come and eihbt below behind which they that British Guiana's 35 member .
cloe, or look for food, though they have well developed canine teeth, of Legislative Assembly and 13 mm- ,
will steal anything available by which the upper ones are the largest, ber Senate, in existence since -
night which is kft exposed. and eight molars in each jaw besides August 1961, were dissolved. They '
The AGOUTI is an herbive.ous the three premolars. would be replaced by a single cham-
animal like a large Guineapig. The most Feculiar feature about ber of 5 members to be called the
While the period of gestation, that the opossum family is their habit of House of Assembly. '
is, the length of time the female shamming dead, and so wonderful The news ofthe date of elections
carries young before their birth, is is the imitauon that it may even de- in British Guiaoa comes almost a
from twenty to thirty days as fur c:ive one who knows of the habit. year after thethree political parties .
many sadll amnmals. The Guinea- Of course when left alone unwatched asked the Secretary of State for Conm
pig takes longer about 70 days the creature makes a speedy 'escape. monwealth Relations and the
but unlike so many other small The other odd feature they have is Colonies, Mr. Duncan Sandys, to
creatures, it is not helpless at birth, hat of carrying their young on the settle "on their authority" allun-
like a mouse, rabbit or nestling bird, back, with the young clinging firmly resolved constitutional issues so that
In a few hours the baby guinea pig to the mother's tail, held over her the territory could secure indepen-
can run about and begin to feed back, with their own tiny but very dence. Mr. Sandys himself described B '
itself, though it is no doubt depen' song tails. this as an "unenviable task."
dent upon its mother'. milk for some ._Since then Britisn Cuiana has
time, unless any accident makes that -ha-d a recurrence of intet-racial vi
impossible.: had a recurrence of interracial .
impossible. he samis true The Leopard lence which led to the declaration
the wild agouti and probably the in May this year by the Governor
period of gestation is about the same, By Our Film Reporter "'HRIS" of a State of Emergency. as
though I don't think it is known The situation in the territory has Mary Bigna. Rand, Britain's first 1964 Olympic Gold
locally because so few are kept in hinformeui taac Sicily has been in, now afitainnh ter
locapllTy because so few arekcpt ian aInormeid ac Sl y has been in ow, after a year of horror, become medal winner, bounds from the white jumping mark
captivity. They b an' to breedati evaded by rebel forces, thePrince ofsufficiently stable for the Governor to a\winning leap of 20 feet Ii inches in the women's
about months. me s Siua (un Lancaser) ignores the make his proclamationfixing the, l- event last vear in T Ik- Int atic nal
drk incolourj andhigh y av-ouii-. warning thah igs familH d 1dateir the- e -ectionsi so -setn-glonrgt tek helAdia oa ntn um
I is eaten both fresh and smok-d He expects the invasion, which i motion the aecesiaiy machinery for Sports Wee, e e Na a prt ium
salted, and dried. Considering how part of the movement to unite the the organization of elections on the where the 1964 Olympic Games are now being held:
expensive the meat is, one would divided kingdom of Italy, to fail. basis of proportional representation. Her world record leap this week was 22'.".
think it profitable to breed this When it doesn't, he takes the advice
animal in captivity, but very few of his nephew (Alain DJon) and ~ .-""a ,.
people seem to do so, and those who aids the revolt against his own class. Lauta t Chapel
do, do not keep accurate and reliable Claudia Cardinal co-stars. Laudat Chapel
records oftheir experience. "Fun In Acapulco" Blessed
The MANicou is a sl'ghdy small- un Acapulco Ble sed 4 0 0
er animal, but whereas the Agouti is Stranded in Mexico after losing
a rodent, the Ma ni c ou is an his job aboard a yacht, Elvis Presley A congregation of several
opossum, and an opossum is a mar, finds the seaside resort an interesting hundreds overflowed the new,
supial, which means that it has a place to have run agrond on. A ly built chapel at Laudat" W B UE S
pouch in which, like a kangaroo, lady bull- fighter (Elsa Cardenas) sets lla during a consecration
the young remain until large enough her sights on him and moves in for Vilge un che F
to fend for themselves. The spe,ie. the kill. But he is too busy cooking ceremony Sunday Oct. 4.The 0
we have in Dominica is probably something up with a chef's daughter chapel, an unusual blend of F I E
'Didelphis Virginianum and the (Ursula Anddress). ancient and modern rough VALU ik
same which is found throughout I- boulder stones, louvre win,
most of the American states. These dows and gleaming roofing,
American species are not found in Agricultural with well/designed propor-
Australia, and are described as be' tions, simple effective tar
ing ofabout the same size as a cat. Society Meets tions, simple effective altar
Th se we generally see are apt to be and excellent pews for about
rather smaller but having shorter Blather On Stock-Raising 15so worshippers, was much HT E
legs may make theirsize deceptive. admired by visitors from all
-It i; a great climber and can use its The Dominica Agricultural So over the island. The Vicar .
rat-like tail almost like a fifh leg: it city held its October General Meet- General blessed the chapel .,RU
can hang by it in a tree and seize uing in Roseau last Monday. The
branches when climbing, and so the feature address was given by Dr. R. and preached th- sermon,
tails are called prehensile. Our Blatcher on the livestock scheme. which included an unusual l
opossum is probably mostly vegetari- The Government Ve t e r i n a r y version of protestant beliefs.
an, but the opossums vary very Surgeon told the meeting that ten The Dean of the Cathedral
much in their food preferences, some acres of land near the stock farm had celebrated the Mass. On chOose
eating birds, some preferring crabs, already been planted in pangola grass
and other, which are definitely water for use as a communal pasturefor Monday the feast of Lauda's WH | WA Y
animals, eat fish. Our manicou eats fattening young animals. Farmers Patron Saint Anne was corn E
fruit and is nat regarded as very too far distant to use the pasture memorated by Father Jolly
dangerous to ground provisions bet will get Government assistance in and the new chapel's first A L L W A YV
it attacks poultry, and sucks the kind e.g. barbed wire for fencing etc. wedding was celebrated. AW L
blood from them but appears never Several questioners from the floor
to eat the flesh, as many other species were of the opinion that the price ___ AGENTS:-
do. rnntrol on meat. esocciallv nork. Tn1r P n ruinr Iirrn
When the young of this creature
are born they are minute and almost
shapeless. There may be anything
from twelve to sixteen in a litter.
When they are born they cither crawl
should be removed. If the animal
feed was provided to obtain the
maximum weight gain, the cost was
so high per pound of saleable meat
that any price below $I.oo per tb.
You can now get your
HERALD at J. G. Royer's
Supermarket in K i n g
George V Street!
Know Your Island
E ONYB& S EKOTS LIMIT D
DOMINICA HERALD SA JRDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1964
WE WANT A BETTER PARTY
By The Mighty Exposer
As a Dominican Calypsonian,
I am here now to give my version, (Repeat)
Some people feeling too great,
And things in this island are not going straight
With this kind of policy,
Folks can't get a good job in this colony.
Becausing ah warning one, and ah wara everybody,
We want a better Party,
I am sorry about Mrs. Allfrey,
We want a better Party,
God in heaven ah begging for mercy,
We want a better Party
Everybody know its really misery,
We want a better Party,
I am also begging for Unity,
We want a better Party.
Remember in sixty one,
Labour Party won the voting election, (Repeat
They say they are helping the situation,
By doing good for the nation
But now we are in misery,
With their kind of democracy.
We all Dominicans got to be.blame,
I wFo e fik e to -ks w who -wAIt-bes ar ihe-stame-l -(#csff)-
Plenty people suffering,
Especially the poor ones they really starving,
So take it from the Mighty Exposer
And we'll have a better Dominica.
You may think that Exposer lie,
But the whole population remain to cry (Rcicalt)
It is rather starvation,
Ah can't take these things in the Island,
Things are not so right,
We would like to leave the dark and get into light.
COLONY OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
taereon and Caveata for the week ending the 10th day of Oct., 1964
Nature of Request whether for
Dat? of Request Person Presenting Certificate of Title or Noting
_thereon or Caveat
Request for 'he issue of a First Cer-
Request dated Claude Norman tificate of Title in respect of a
Mer-ill As Personal portion of land situate at Eggleston
26th Sept., 1964 Representative of in the Parish of St. George, in the
Reuben Saxon Colony of Dominica, containing
Presented Merrill, deceased 23 acres I rood 20 perches and
7th Oct., 1964 by his Solicitor bounded as follows:-Northerly by
at 11.02 a.m. Vanya Dupigny the Public Road, Westerly by lands
of I. N. Shillingford, Southerly by
by lands of Dyrelle Olive, Badineau Estate and Ravine Tijean separating
it from Ridgefield Estate and Easterly by lauds of the Heirs of Clara Guye.
Registrar's Office (Sgd.) JosePn V. JI AN PIERRE,
Roseau, Dominica, 1964 Registrar oF Titles
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Cer-
tificate of Title 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 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 application
FOLLOW THE STAR -
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-MILLIONOn occasions like thiDOLLAR PROJECT This su
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,thenumberofchannels
on main trunk routes will be increased uip to
perhaps who wan' the n ews hot! thirty times-room for all users and room to
per pS ... .W O Wan L1 ne S O. spare O This will be made possible by new
inter-island V.H.F. and tropo-scatter radio
Quick! Phone them up or send them links.A new multi-channel international lin
will give direct connection into the U.S.A. and
a cable. Your telephone authority Canadatotheworld-spanningCommonwealt
,eCable.The next planned step will provide oper-
ator-dialling between many islands, thus bring-
makes the connection ... Cable and ing still more speed and efficiency to regional
services. EO This great new development is yet
\W wireless pass the w. ord. another demonstration of the company's faith
Wiel s pas te w rd. the West Indies' expanding economy.
r THE PASSWORD IS (WIr
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MERCURY HOUSE, LONG LANE, ROSEAU, DOMINICA, TEL, No, 136 CVSS1
New British Govt.
The new British Labour
Government has held its first
full Cabinet meeting this
week, a nd Mr. Gordon
W lker (Foreign Secretary)
is off to Washington for con-
sultations w i t h President
Johnson. The President of
the Board of Trade, Mr.
Douglas Jay, is flying to
Peking for talks on trade
Among the most acclaim,
ed appointments was that of
Sir Hugh Foot as U. N.
delegate and Minister for
Foreign Affairs. A another
popular choice with th'
working population was that
of Mr. Frank Cousins, well
known trade union leader,
as Minister of Technology
(which includes Scientific
Research and At o m i c
Energy); Lord Gardiner
Q.C., whose legal reputation
is unchallenged, has become
Britain's new Lord Chan,
cdlor, and Sir Frank Soskice,
Q. C. is Home Secretary.
Mr. Ray Gunter, Ministet of'
Labour, moved quickly to,
denounce an unofficial strike
which threatened the nation's
economy. Agriculture- was
assigned to farmer Fred
Mr. Michael Stewart's ap/
pointment as Secretary for
Education, and Science is
particularly welcome to the
editors of this newspaper,
who are old friends and con,
stituents. Housing and
Local Government portfolio
was bestowed on Mr. Rich,
Ord Crossman, famous Ox,
ford Don and journalist. It
is also pleasing that Lord
Langford, a Catholic, is the
new leader ot the House of
are mentioned in our editorial,
and 'potted biographies' of
some of the new Ministers
will be found on page 3.
(More to follow next issue.)
"Girls For Canada"
Twenty young women were
trained for domestic service in Cana-
da by the following tutors:-
Mrs. E. Pringle-Child atre, Home
Nursit.g and First Aid: Miss Ruth
Hurtault Cookery, Cleaning etc.:
Mr. Carbon-OTse of electric equip-
ment, Sister M. Theophana---Ad,
justment, Personality, Tact. Mrs, L.
J. Shields Preparation of Cana-
dian dishes. Although there were
only nine places, some of the run'
ners-up still hope to obtain jobs in
Canada before long.
The verses below will be sung by schoolgirls dressed in nn.'
tional costume at the rally in honour of Prince Philip on Nov. 16.
The music (paseoheat) was composed 18 years ago by Mrs.
"Sissie Caudeiron", who also wrote the words and the phonetical,
1. Welcome Prince Philip to our sunry shores
Today's a great day for this land of ours.
Our loyal hearts are filled with,happiness
At having you with us, your Royal Highness.
Se puu di lawenn ba nu
Gen Domnik emin-y tuju,
Magwe payi nu piti
CH nu pa telman piti.
2. Our little island has wonderful sights
Her lovely scenery will bring you delight
Her crimson sunset, and her "Em'rald Drop"
Can be seen through palmtrees
Waving in the breeze.
Please tell her dear Majesty
Of our love and loyalty
Although our island's so small
Our hearts are not small at all.
3. So Welcome your Highness, to our little isle,
Enjoy her beauty for only a while
Our Creole music and our Creole dress
Will make you say "This really is the best".
Si puu di lawenn ba nu
Gen Domnik eminy tuju
Magwe payi nu piti
Che nu pa telman piti.
S Must Go
$25 Special Game
8 Other Games
Admission -- $1.00
ST. GERARD'S HALL,
Saturday Oct. 24th at 8.30 p.m.
" '- '~ ~ ~-esyh
C .PHILLIP & CO. LTD.
At The "VARIETY" STORE Include:--
Union Jack Flags, Drawing Books,
School Atlases, Sunshine Story Books,
French, Latin, Spanish & English Dic-
tionaries, Tudor Shakespeare Books,
Decimal Reckoners, Quire Books, and
Collins 1965 Diaries of various sizes
APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Pupil Sur,
veyor, Land and Surveys Department.
2. Applicants should be between the ages of 16 and
19 vears on entry into training and should be in possession
of the General Ceerificate of Education or Senior Cambridge
Certificate with passes in Mathematics, English and three
3. The successful applicants will: -
(i) undertake to serve the Government of Dom,
inca for a period of not less than three (3)
years, after obtaining the necessary Land Sur-
(ii) undertake a home study course in Surveying
and Mapping with an approved correspond,
ence school, obtaiiiing the Course Diploma.
4. The appointment is subject to medical fitness and
the candidates will be on probation for three years.
5. The salary is in the scale $894 x 48 $i,o86,
$1,146 x 60 $1,206 with a qualification bar for the
Diploma in Surveying and Mapping at $1,086.
6. Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Administrator's Office, and should reach that
office not later than 3Ist October, 1964.
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and tire easily: when, in fact, you don't
feel RIGHT but can't explain what's
WRONG your trouble may be nerves.
Take a course of Nutrophos and see what
a difference it makes. This remarkable
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FEEL well, after taking Nutrophos.
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SA.ZURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1964
SA!JRDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1964
NTL el G H T and prevented further play in the NOTICE
ORTLIGHT Blkburn vs Thunderbirds duel. Agricultural & NOTICEOT
-THE OLYMPICS- and would have ended on a reward Industrial Exhibi- It is notified for general
As they did in the swimming ng note for one or the other of the i For Vlla information that a me:tcing
and diving events,'America domina- sides possibly Thunderbirds as they r Villages of the Legislative Councl AYOUB DI
ted the Athletic track and field events were in the lead, but the Birds de- (Cont. from page 2) will be hied at the Court
and will easily emerge as the worlds fence resotting to rough tactics which contribu- House Roseau at 2.00 pm. with
foremost Athletic nation. In the have become so customary found receiving voluntary contr H seRoseau at 2. ALLO
track and field events they gained 14 themselves on the wrong side of tions of cash as well as pro-, "on Wcdesdy 4+h Novem, actOUntS Outstand-
out of the 36 possible gold medals, things, harassing Lartigue of Black moving the exhibits in each ber, 1964.
broke o1 Olympic records and csta,, burn unfairly. of the villages. Members of the public are illp to the firm of
blisbed 6 new world records. Before the match started referee In the meantime, the or hereby invited to attend. y
Mike Larabee the 3 year old Lancelot warned the players and mmitee M, C. DOCTROVE b b are no-
Californian won the 400 metres in said he expected a fair and clean gauising Committee in Sa sR
45. secs, chased by Motley of game at all costs, but though he saw bury has held two dances Clerkof the Legislative Council tifed that Gerge
Trinidad & Tobago who got the to that up to half time, he didn't and also a Choral Recital to Oct, 2 K4aram hs Power of
silver. The U.S.A. won both the quite spot jus: when the game was be held tomorrow (Sunday) Kars P r
4xIoo metres & 4x400 metres mens' getting out of hand. by Marie Davis Pierre's choir. NOTICE Attorney for Marie
relays. In the former they established Blackburn by and lrge had the These frm the main s n
anew world record of39 sees. better of the ball and when It is notified fr geneaDmain ib. creditors are
Secondwas Poland, tailed by France Thunderbirds scored through Baron of Fund Raising in aid of information th-t a meeting a i c tor t
&Jamaica. Inthe 4x4oo Britain who netted a header from fine this Exhibition. fo ation tt a meeg reqeted to settl
gained the silver and Trinidad the corner kick it was much against the Lists have been sent out to ote Standing Commitee
bronze, Jca was again fourth. trend of things. Before the incidents romnet citizeselsewhere on Finance wuil be held at t h e i r a ount
Bitila of Ethiopia won the Mara- which led to hundreds of spectators P rominent citnel the Court House, Roseau at ptl
tion, a 26 miles 395 yds effortin mobbing the players concerned in and to mechants. o Wednesdgy o R prom ptl
thenew world record time of 2 hrs. the issue, there had been lively and sobciting their generous con- 4th November 1964. (Sgd) G rg aram
zzmins II.2 sees. He also won exciting football. tributions t o war d s this Nove er, 1-
this event in the Rome Olympics 4 On Sunday Spartan got a well worthy project. Members of the public Attorney for
years ago. deserved win over Empire. Government, in the mea- are hereby invited to attend.
Valerie Brummel of Russia won time has conseted to el M.C. DOCTROVE, Marie Dib
the High Jump from John Thomas Schoolgirl Too fia Clerk of Legislative Council oct. --Nov. 7
of the United States with a jump m financially and to loin the legislative Council Oct. 7--Nv. 7
of 7ft ins, while Tama Press also Affi lent Committee lumber for build- Oct.z4-
of Russia won two gold medals in' ing the various booths. COLONY OF DOMINICA
sie z4 hrs as she won the. women A 13,year-old schoolgirl Government Officials are TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
Disacs and Shot Putt events. arrived at school on Monday expected to be present at this REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA
has only runthe o meraes seven morning with a new bag, Exhibition. (Contrib) Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
times in her lif surprised even her new books, and inside the thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 24th day of Oct., 1964
self by winning the event in the bag, four tenridollar bills. Food Crops Perso Presenting o Cature of request whether
world record time of2 mins 1.1 Her explati Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of title or
world record tim oft mins 1.1 Her explanation being usa S ciety __ Notings thereon of Caveat
sees. tisfactory, the police were Reques Request for the issue of a First
The women 4xxoo metres went called in:fter following p BarbadosM tinRequest dr rmi Ti
-Poa n 43.6 sc., ... attached) in respect f a por-
U.S.A. 4,9 secs and Britain 44 several false trails with the Mr. Francis M. Alie 21st Oct., 1964 tionof land known as a part
secs second and third respectively. girl they eventually found (Agr. Instr. Gr. I) attndedbyhis Solicitor of Cly or Sou ie, ituate in
That greatNew ZealandetPeter that Mr. Neil Joseph of River the meeting or the Caribbean 21st Oct., 1964 CilmaA.M.Dupigny the Colony of "Dominica,
Snell completed the 4oubleof win, St. (whose home the girl Food Crops Society as Dom, at 345 p.m. containing 1686 acres, and
ning the 800 metres and 5 bounded as tollows:- On the
ning the s O metres and n frequents) was the owner of iicas representative from North by land of Mac William Charles; On the East by land or Sieven-
metres. Snell won the later in 3 hrins
38. ees. with Czechoslovakia gain, the money. Oct. 19-23. at the Aquatic son Commodore aLd Knoll Alexa der; On the Sonth by land of Knoll
8. sees with Alexander; and On the West by land of Chipy Benoit and Knoil
ing the silver and another New -- Club, Bridgetown, Barbados. Alexander.
Zealander John Davies third. Scandal In Sixteen papers were sub, Regist-'r's Office (Sgd.) JoseP V. J' AN ?IERRE,
At the time of writing U.S.A. mitted by members dealing Roseau, Dominica, 1964 Aegistrar of Titles
had 33 gold medals, Russia 19, ialhedral with the production and mar/ NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certi-
Japan 9 and Hungary 8. keting of fruits and vegetables ficate of riZle on the above application may enter a Caveat in the above
S games end today wih the On Friday lastweekoffice within six weeks from the d of the first appearance of the
The games end today with the On Friday last week, a in the Caribbean area. above Schedule in the DOMINICA HERLL. n ,wspaperm~blshed in this
traditional closing ceremony, leaving k 1 t in the Caribbean area. above Schedule in the DOMINICA HER.LL- newspaper published in this
behind them a host of ine friend man walked into the Roman Discussion panels were led Island or from the date when the notice prescribed by law was last served
tbehd tmCathedral smoking Di on paon any owner or ccupier of adjoining land in respect of which the appli-
ships and togetherness, the athletes Catholic CathedraR smoking by Dean P. Ruopp of the cation is made.
from 94 nations over the globe will a cigarette and with an open College of the Virgin Islands Oct. 24--31
returnto face reality intheir various botte of beer, whilst corn (Land Tenure and Agricu
fields of endeavour. municants were at the altar- Land ure an gricul .. ..... .. .... ..
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The third and final test match be- son, w h o w a s present, varsity of Puerto Rico (Tec,
tween India and the touring Austra removed the drunk man. hical Poblems of Food WHY NO SAVE TIME MONEY & WORRY
lians was abandoned as a draw when One Frank Vigo was later hicalr o blems of F o o Carb WHY NOT SAVE TIME, MONEY & WORRY P
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Exciting watch End n FiascoIFTCTE, and left for lly democratic state of 164, Roseau, Dominica, Br. W.I.
A mammoth rowd at Windsor Jamaica without obtaining Zambia was proclaimed Oct.3-Dec.26. (i3 Sats.)
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