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Title: Dominica herald
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 42 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
Publisher: Dominica Herald
Place of Publication: Roseau, Dominica
Roseau, Dominica
Publication Date: October 31, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Dominica -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Dominica
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1955? Cf. caption.
General Note: Editor, <1963-1964>: Phyllis Shand Allfrey.
General Note: "For the General Welfare of the People of Dominica, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole."
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 12, 1963; title from caption.
General Note: Last issue consulted: December 31, 1964.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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T. % sThe RieiN
(For the General Welfare of the People of Dominie. the further edrancement of the West Indiesand the Caribbean Area as a whole)
ESTABLISHED r955 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 1964 PR]
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BARBADOS CHOSEN AS LITTLE FEDERATION CAPITAL


Agreement On Constitution Possible C L. Gen. Sec.
(By Our Barbados Correspondent) Advises D. T. U.
AFTER two and a.half years of ineffective wrangFng,
1. L-1 .. _C n_-I-L* r 1


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" spurred on by tme coming to power or a nBritsn ..Laour With rumours of argu,
Government and the hope of greater aid, the "Little Seven" ments and possible court
Ministers agreed at last on some fundamentals which might actions in the air for the
, make the prospect of a smaller Federation a reality. Dominica Trade Union.
One of these was the sit with agreement on mutual Caribbean Congress of La,
ing of the capital, for which cooperation especially in re, bour's Osmond Dyce arrived
Barbados has been openly guard orderly marketing of in Dominica nn Wednesday
and unanimously chosen at produce, and disposal of to look into everything. He
last. The Seven accepted in surplus f r u i t* T. C. met the Executive of the
principle a draft by Premier C. U seminar will be Union on Thursday at 4
Barrow incorporating certain held from Nov. 2-I4 p.m. The Portworkers held
other decisions such as full a meeting in the T. U. office
internal self-government for that evening at which Mr.
each island subject to the PEOPLE IN THE NEWS Dyce spoke. Previously the
provisions of the Federal con- HONOURABLEs' Siddiqui T. U. Executive had rejected
stitution. Governor SirJohn of W. Pakistan and Beaule in a legally phrased letter a
Stow wis chairman of the of Canada received warm motion from Mr. Patrick.
meeting. Nearly two dozen welcome from C.P.A. mem, John arid several others to
a p e r s were presented. bers in omini c mwh, call a s' L ne, lo~ ee
..,maav,. .ii--- executive addressed in the Court House Mr. Dyce obtained promises
powers of the proposed yesterday afternoon; a dinner of continued unity from the
Federation were discussed in their honoiur was held by membership and urged that
yesterday. the C.P.A. at Castaways the Union Officers spend!
the same night and there will more time in organising in
be a cocktail party tomorrow the field and less time in the
Local News In at G.H.* CABLE & Wire, office.
less Manager, St. Viicent,
Brief D.C. Frost, and wife Celia -----
(nee Shand) of Baobab, St.
Bruce Robinson o p e n s Aroment, visiting with Keith
Roseau outlet for Sylvania Robinsons SAVE the Chil, Rosalinde Fuller's
Fresh produce at El's (Corn. dren Fund's Monica Green Show
Q. Mary & Hillsborough paid brief visit this week*
Steets) today. Salisb:iry RODDY and Rosa Rodriguez Miss Rosalinde Fuller, the
vilLge is holding its agricul, returned with their children brilliant British Actress whose
tural and industrial exhibition aft:r Europoan holiday one
on Nover.ber 3: produce Geestline Piraeus: Nurse Parsy one-woman shows have won
livestock and handicrafts will Boyd returned with them* her international acclaim,
be displayed fom 1.30p. m. JoHN Scott, barrister from will visit Dominica from the
* Goodwill Summer Festival Barbados holidaying with znd to the 4th November
to aid Pottersville Church Bruce Robinsons at Syl- and will give a performance
takes place on Tues. Nov. 3: vania* ELEANOR Douglas attheSt. Gerard's Hall at
patrons hope that Coney flew to UK midweek*RoYALat .
Island will not draw off their Bank Manager Affonso re, at8.30 p. m. on Tuesday
usual generous c ro w d turned by air from leave* 3rd November.
Children from 4-I18 months Miss Fuller's dramatic pre,
were vaccinated against polio U. S. Presidential sensations will include ex,
in Coulibistrie, Colihaut, Election tracts and dramatisations from
Dublanc, St. Joseph and The people ofthe United the works of Shakeseare,
Salisbury on Friday* Nine The people ofthe United the works of Shakespeare
girls selectd for domestic ser- States go to the polls in Chekhov, Charles Dickens,
vice in Canada received an their millions to elect a de Maupassant and others.
advance send-offlast Saturday President on Tu esday Reserved and Unreserved
from Hon. Mr. Stevens; the Nov. 3 (Daminica's Dis, tickets are on sale at $2.00
Labour Commissioner will cover Day) TheNegro and $.oo respectively at
travel with them as far as vote will be higher than an Messrs. Dominica Dispetivey at
Antigua early in November ever before. Indications Messrs. Dominica Dispensary
* Conference between WIN, are that President Lyndon Co., Messrs. J. Astaphan
BAN and Jamaica Banana B. Johnson will be re- and Co. and the Unique
Board concluded Thursday. elected by a safe majority. Store. (GIS)


JOHN PRESMONT ARRESTED
Wearing Only A Beard
U. S. citizen John Piesmont, who was deported from
Dominica in July 1963, was arrested early this month after
a raid on a Greenwich Villkge apartment by the New
York City narcotics squad. Presmont, dressed only in his
beatnik beard, was charged along with 17 associates with
indecent exposure, impairing the morals of minors and
loitering for the purpose of using narcotics.
It will be recalled that the Dominican Government
was strongly pressed by the HERALD to state the real reason
for Presmono's deportation. No offical explanation was
ever given, although many rumours circulated.
CRIME REPORT with Coney Island equipment;
P.W.D. builder James Jack had JSchIUnity 0 with general
his briefcas- stolen from his car last cargo margarine, confec-
week near he Treasury. Only article tionery, molasses, rum &
.missing when the briefcase was reco coconut meal Tuesday:
veredwas a revolver. Police have not M. V. Fl er with 28
yet arrested the thief. Ice r ith 2
During his absence from his Vieille tons from U. S. A. mostly
Case home earlier this monih, the frozen chicken & feed; M. V.
M -a ;e w-or Lhtu .0 ,osque new
ken into and his radio and electric iron cargo) Wednesday: M. V.
smashed. Vieille Case police have Federal Maple with 89 tons
questioned two young men.
Police are investigating an alleged general cargo 268- cartons
case of rape by four men on a young rum, soap, margerine and
woman in a truck last Junday. sterilized milk in cartons, also
HRO6 passengers; Sch. Ttiump-
HARBOUR LOG: -29.10.64 hant Star from Guadeloupe,
Saturday: Sch. Lady Laurel no cargo,; M.. V. Piraeus
from T-dad with i,5oo bags arrived Fond Col6 to lead
cement & 13 bundles ma, bananas Thursday: Sch.
tresses Sunday: M. V. Veras Challenger & M. V. Native
from Gtloupe with 62 tons Knowledge from St. Kitts with
general cargo, incl. 1,240 58 bags ani 200 bags sugar
bags UNICEF milk; M. V. respectively EXP E T E D
Piraeus from UK with 68 Friday M. V. Delgres,
tons general cargo, incl. Ir M. V. Frontenac to load ci-
vehicles, beer & wine; M. V. trust; Saturday-M. V. Zen-
Atlantic Pearl wihh ;18 tons KoMaru with 1o tons frozen
general cargo, incl. cases of fish and Sunday M. V- EnaK
ham & frozen good Mon- from US with 9 tons poultry
day: M. V. T. B. Radar parts, apples etc.

CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. Tina Burke & family, Mr. & Mrs. Bob Burke &
family beg through this medium to express grateful
thanks to all those numerous friends and well-wishers,
who in one way or other extended tokens of sympathy
in their recent bereavement.

VERA AND BILL HARRIS
OF THE
CASTAWAYS HOTEL
WISH TO THANK EVERYONE FOR THEIR CONGRATULA-
TIONS, CARDS AND GIFTS ON THE OCCASION OF THEIR
25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY.








SATURDAY, CCTOB'R 3T :96,


People'
Correspon de 'e a,,e asked to -h.b
a guarantee of goudfai -n I,' -u, n ect
be as shot as possible" Cr,'rore.d,
listed anonymouslv. iq express
reftle- the policy of the Ed. to or th

A Letter From
Grenada
Dear Editor,
"'The Unitary" State be-
tween Grenada and Tr'nidad may be
along way 6ff but they can get closer
togter through trade, marketing
their cocoa etc. YoI probably know
that this island ship, a lot of veceta-
bles and fruit and li restock to Trini-
dad. I dread to titik what would
happen if they lost that valuable mar-
ket. Schooners are goiig and coal-
ing from Trinidad all the time.
I just cannot understand modern
youth, they seem to know nothing of
honesty and dependability. You know
it is so hard when yaJ do not know
how much to believe. A friend of
mine says they have no use for people
of middle age except for what they
can get out of us!! Orcourse I know
they have their good points but their
attitude towards their elders makes it
very difficult for both ages.
How do people in Dominica work,
I mean the daily paid people? When
I see how slowly people on the road
work, I wonder how they ever find
money (theGov't:) to do even the
smallest bit of road work.
I thiik that the people who work
for government thinkth they have
the right to db as little as possible for
- the money. It is not only in the small
.... ,-.2 ; -x-i-,^-.-- -'--"L LZ
-iow can a pla. ever gea on, if that
is the atituae of the people who
work for the Govt.?
I think if the West Indies want to
improve themselves thiy should try an
"Honesty and Truth Programme".
lind you I know that people in a
big country are also dishonest and al-
ways trying to deceive and put one ov,
er you but for the good of our islands
we should try advocating an honest
day's work.
A CONSTANT READER,
Grenada.


Where Rough
Play Started
Madam,
Permit mr space in your
valuable columns to refute a state-
ment made by your Sports Reporter
on the match played between
Blackburns and Thunderbirds at
Windsor Park on Thursday 22nd
October, 1964.
Under his article captioned
"Exciting match ends in Fasco",
there was a deliberate attempt to
impress upon the minds of your
readers the idea that the members of
the Thunderbirds team were the
only ones engaged in rough play.
His natural bias was particularly
obvious whenhen said that "The
Birds defence resorting to rough tac-
tics which have become so custom-
ary, found themselves on the wrong
side of things, harassing Lartigue of
Blackburns unfairly". He was not
harassed unfairly, but merely paid
back in his own coin.
Any unbiased spectator who
witnessed the match can verify that
it was Lartigue's play that provoked
the incident which ensued. It was


's Post
mit their full names and addresses "
.* daily for puWicati n. Letters sh, >
. political Ifttre will not >e p>I
S i People's Posf do not necessau
I, jprietor.
early in the second half when the
1iirds began to enjoy the better part
I',' th game, that he found himself
angered, thereby bulldozing and
harassing the smaller Birds.
* His behaviour became more
shocking when he tried to "stamp"
an opponent who is supposed to be
his colleague.
I have con Jemned the attitude of
Thunderbirds defender, Gage, (an
unwarranted show of extremism,) as
unsprtmanlike and dangerous, be-
cause he aucopted the eye for an eye,
tooth for a tooth doctrine, but, never,
theless, it was Lartigue's and hence
Blackburns' attitude which generated
the ill-feeling.
Had the referee been more rigid,
and had he cautioned the offending
players, this sort cf think would not
have happened; but laxity prevailed,
and the Birds, by dint of their physi-
cal superiority found themselves be,
ing given the greater measure of
blame for rough play when the game
ended.
This I believe Madam Editor. is
a much fairer report of the match,
Inasmuch as two wrongs don't make
a, right, both sides are subject to
blame, but a greater measure should
go to Blackburn for provoking the
incidents.
THUNDERBIRD
New Town


Student
Dear Madam Editor,
In the September 26 issue
of the DOMINICA HERALD,
Mr. Pat Stevens, in his note.
book, criticized Mr. Swin-
burne Lestrade's article on
Education in Martinique, the
second of a series f articles
entitled "Martinique through
S. M. A. Eyes" appearing in
the Dominica Chronicle in
September.
It is quite obvious that Mr.
S t e v e ns misunderstood
and misinterpreted Mr. Les,
trade's statements concerning
the office of the Dominica
Minister of Education as
compared with that of' his
Martinique counterpart. In
his comparison of the two
educational s y s t e s, Mr.
Lestrade made statements of
no particular reference to the
q qalificatons of any indivi-
Sual Minister of Education,
past, present or future. If
Mr. Stevens, as he does, looks
upon these statements as a
personal criticism of h i s
father, the Hon. W. S.
Stevens, present Minister of
Labour and Social Services
(and hence, of Education) in
Dominica, we would like
him to say whether he thinks
that his father has been and
will be the only Minister of
Education in Dominica.


Mr. Pat Stevens intirmaed Vehicles alone, and fro.n economy' Can the Town Clerk
,hat Mr. Lestri- -vlq w Ta.uary to October 23rd we also explain why the Caretaker with
i undr " xe ~. n, I e 3 only two women, and not even male
ing undr c x ,e n II ,ve already spmnt sventeen labourer with h'm to help him, takes
influence Whatevcr he .'roland dollars on road care ofthe parks! In wh.t partof this


:neans by "e x t e r na 1 in,
fluences", let us inform him
that there were none in this
case. The article was an
assignment which Swiiburne
Lestrade performed at the req,
uest ana r;nder the supervil
sion of the Masters in charge
of the S.M.A. French Stu,
dents Tour to Martinique.
The assignment was per,
formed and submitted in
Mirtinique, as was required
by the Masters.
JONES M. MURPHY
GERAL.D P. ANDREW
CLEMENT LEWIS


Taxes Wasted

Madam,
I listened to the
Town Council meeting last
Friday night aid any one
who pays Taxes for vehicles,
water, house and lots who
wanted to prove that our
moneys were being illtreated
had no further to go when
Mayor Lestrade stated the
the Town Council collected
fifteen thousand dollars from

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m iatenance. We want him world have you ever seen parks, and


to point out the work done
,>n :e roads to consume
that seventeen thousand
dolls. Well ifthey collect
Evertt en thousand fro m
Vehicles also we can imagine
the great amount they collect
from house, lots, water, plus
government's contribution.
Yours,


grounds kept beautiful and the -rass
kept low and level without a lawn
mower! Yet you are saying a lawn
mower is a waste of money!
Though the walls are broken down
in some parts, yet the parks could be
always we'l mowed, and the erass
kept level and beautiful.
JAMES JOSEPH, Roseau.


APAYER Returns With

Wanted--Better Parks Forestry Diploma
Madam, r. R.N. D a v i d of
For some time now as a tax. M a h a u t has successfully
payer, I've been keeping a keen eve achieved an award and
en the Windsor Park, and the Child- Diploma in Forestry foim
ren's playground, how they are being
kept, not up to mark, I wanted to the Bennet College Ltd.
find out whose fault it is, whether its During the course, which
the Council's fault, the Caretaker's,
or the Town Clcrk's. lastd three years in Antigua,
Can the Town Clerk be kind he took eleven examinations
enough to tell us, the taxpayers of and a final, his work being
Roseau, why he has, not up to now
got that lawn mower he was told assessed as 'good'.
to get, for these three places; Windsor Mr. David, who returned
Park, Rose's Perk and the Cenotaph: .
to be paying a iman ($8.0o) a month to ominica on 6. 8. 64,
to mow the Cenotaph, which comes intends to settle here with his
to $96.00 per year and is only for family if he obtains suitable
one ground, and the. machine is nev- '
er RTC's. would you call this employment.,'


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than midday on Thursday, November 5th. The Editor's decision is final, iou have two
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Colony in India 14.
S. Employ
7. High mountain 15.
8. Turn 16.
9. Woman's name 17.
o. Peace syn.bol 19.
i. Preposition 22.


Negative 24.
Last home for 26.
unrepentants 27.
Secret services use this 28.
Fear causes it 29.
American State
Looka boo-boo! 30.
Since year nought 31.


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I. Romany
2. Give counsel
3. Around and....
4. Early empire
s. Unspoken
6. "Come in"
ii. First letter
13. Happen
18. Flowers from Holland
20. Romeo and Juliet
21. Closes
23. Move with the current
24. Animal
25. Male kin


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Hat for a saint
Makes whisky
For cooking
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POMIN;CA HERALD PAGE THREE
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We have been asked by Mayor Lestrade to publish the following:-
Office of the Roseau Town Council,
Roseau,
14th October, 1964.
Chief Minister Prevaricates

THE following constitutes Issue No.r of a series of statements of fact on
the Relationship of the Central Government and the Roseau Town
Council, an undertaking which has been triggered off by the irresponsible
and inarcurate statements made by the Chief Minister on his Party's plat-
form at the Dawbiney Market on the night of Friday the 9th October, 1964.
We believe that "THE TRUTH WILL MAKE US FREE".


I am further advised to say, that whereas the Council by necessity,
looks forward to the cooperation of Government in such aspects of Street
Maintenance as technical advice and assistance, as also the use of Road
Building Equipment and the stockpiling of gravel and sand as already
agreed to at the said discussions, the Council can in no way ascede to the
proposal whereby Government maintains any street in RoseLa at the Coun-
c:'s expense.
Hoping that the reasonableness and business-like attitude of the
Council will be accordingly appreciated and that the necessary cooperation
by Government as indicated above will not in any way be impeded".
Finally, I also quote the text of para. (e) of the said report which
further illustrates the Chief Minister's misstalements:-
"Should the Council so request, the Central Government will
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More Potted
Biographies of
Labour Leaders
The Rt. Hon. Sir Frank
Soskice, Q. C., M. P.
Home Secretary
Sir Frank Soskic held the
highest law offices under the


Gente readers; unaertake to repair and resurrace all me remaining streets ot Crown, as Solicior.Ceneral
I rerer to the report in another newspaper dated I4th Octo "Roseau over a period ofyeaas provided the balance of the vote r as l oi
ber headline "C. M. Discusses R. T. C." etc. and to point oud to the "fr maintenance of streets, which should not less than $12,844 and from April 1951 a
general public where the Chief Minister has once more publicly indulged per annum, is made available to the Central Government for that Attorney-General, during the
in inccuracies. 'specific purpose period of the Labour Go,
irs caee a ar e rer ere e is sae ae sai The ChiefMinister further confused his readers on the report that he vernments cf 1945-50 and
First I challenge that part of the report where he is stated to have said has "seen no law" where the Governmn.t is responsible fbr the mainten. He s a distin
that "Government could dissolve the Town Council has seen no law ere the Govern nt is responsible for the mainten -a disti
but would not do so in te interest of Democracy". ance of approaches to bridges as stated in my release, but went on to say 1ie. eun n
t would not do son underlined is anobvious and conscious oncealmen that Government will maintain 50 feet fom either end of the bridgesin gushed Q eens Counsel
The reason underlined is an obvious and conscious aoncealment of Roseau. t who had already made a
fact. It is rasher the fact (ha' his Government is frightfully afraid of the re- oseau. who had already made a
fault of the election thatwouldha hbebound to follow within a short time rof ChiefMinister LeBlanc is also reported to have referred to the writer reputation at the Bar before
such dissolution. Another 5-0 victory by the D.U.P.P. would certainly as being high handed, stating that I released a statement in regard to the the second world war. Born
e a shasttrin blow between now and e i ext General legions. a official opening ofKennedy Avenue mentioning the sealing of the said 902, he studied at Oxford
be a shattering blow between now and he next General Elections.before had received a reply from vn,
The stco.d part of Mr. Leblanc's deliberate attempt to mislead the street ith Barbr ene even before I had received a reply from Govern d was called to the Bar n
public is in the statement that during discussions on the Council's Estimates 'ent in that connection.
3 where the possibility of a joint for between Government and the The release which I issued on the matter I hope is till available at 1926. He served during the
ncilfor wheresurfa the posst reets was discussed. Chief MinistGov er Le Blan th e offices of the Local Press as of course it is at my office; it only men, second world war with the
Council for 'esurfacing the streets was discussed. Chief Minister LeBlanc tions that I called a tentative programme.
stated that I had agreed to the proposal at the discussions but later replied tions hat I calld a tetative programme. Army in East Africa and the
saying that the terms w tre unacceptable. It would have been impossible to wait on Government's reoly before Middle East
Gentle rea jers, here is the TRUTH:- informing the public of our plans because not only we expected them to
On the r8th February, 1963, the Town Clerk and I attended discussions refuse as they always do, but also they never reply to the Council's corres, Sir Frank was appointed
on the Council's Estimates at the office of the Chief Minister in the presence pondence on any such matter before it is too late. to the British Wa Crimes
of The Chief Minister, the Minister For Social Services, the Acting Finan- By comparison Chief Minister Leblanc aid his party habitually pub- Executive after the war. He
cial Secretary, the Director of Works and the Permanent Secretary, inistny lish (days ahead) theiruseof the Dawbiney Mayrket for meetings, and only has appeared on a number of
of Social Services. apply by telephone on the morning ofithe proposed date. occasions before the nterna-
A summarized record of the procedigs which was prepared by he Obviously from the Government's point of view this is not high occasions before the nterna-
A summarised record of the proceedings which was prepared by the handedness, irrespective of public opinion. t ioral Court .,of Justice at
Permanent Secretary Ministry of Social Services, at my request was prod ha" d spciv of pub opinion. tional Court of Justice at
uced, and I quote paragraphs (b) (c) & (d) ad verbum: STAR S. LESTRADE The Hague representing
(b) "The Central Government would undertake to maintain the foal Mayor of Roseau. Britain while a member of
lowing streets in the town of Roseau which are continuous with the the Government, and after
main arterial roads of Dominica: ---- a ;
Goodwill Road _ -arguing legal cases on behalf
_gtueen I ,e ry -treetle al
Bath Road from Queen Mary Street to. Victoria Street ...~~ --.- .,.- .-.,,...,,. .. of india and of Thailand.
High Street '' He has a wide reputation as
Victoria Street Q. C., has received ,briefs
King George Vth Street Good H W s o from Australia and .Ceylon.
Great George StretaAT M A EapTearedAin Nairobi re
Str John's Avenue from Steber Street to Elliot Avenue A M nUdRR appeared in N bi renrc,
Elliot Avenue sending two Indian clients,
Cross Street from King George Vth Str. to Church Street and appeared for Dr. Aziki
Church Street frcm Cross Strent to Castle Street Br nchipax wives 24-hour we sin Nigeria.
Castle Street". I Bronch pax gives 24-hour re- we in Nigeria. w
CastlrHe was elected M. P. for
(c) 'In accordance with detailed estimates prepared by the Directcr of I from bre, I E t Brenhed in 194.
Works showing the cost of repairing and resurfacing the streets list,- ief from asthma, breathlessness, East Birkenhead in 1945;
ed at (b) above as $28,c40 or 41% of the estimates of $68,368 for represented Neepsend om
repairing and resurfacing all the streets of Roseau, the Town Coun, hay fever and bronchial troubles 95o to 1955, and was re,
cil would pay to the Central Government an annual sum of not elected to Parliament a
less than $8,924 (i.e. 41% of $68,368) to meet the cost of rep, i with a single tablet. 'Bronchipax' M.P. for Newport in July
airing and maintaining the streets listed at (b) .above'";e has been
(d) "The Central Government wil' undertake to have all the streets iS formulated on the lonexten princi- I956" He hasbeen eced
listed at (b) completely repaired and resurfaced at the end of the yearly to the "Shadow Cabi/
firt three years-approximately one, third in each year." pie of extended-action. It enters net" since 1952, with the
It must be clearly no'ed that estimates were provided by the Director exception of the period 1955
of Works for (a) resurfacing the streets listed above and (b) another for i the blood-stream s!owly, relaxing -6 when he wias ut of
the whole of Roseau including those intended for 'maintenance hy Govern- Parliament.
ment'. the bronchial tubes,; thus ensuring Co 8
Never at any time during these discussions did Chief Minister LeBlanc ( Cont. onpagc 8)
offer any 'matching'or'supplenentary'or 'complementary' or any kind of hour after hour of wonderful relief. ---- -
funds either by way of grant or loan for resurfacing the:streers of Rosean.
Any such statement besides being untrue, is a deliberate attempt at This simple eatm nt isbothe onoQUOTE OF THE WEEK
misleading the public. Throughout the discussions it is true that I agreed T maple eame t n -
that an attempt could be made to seal those streets over a period of three 'You may say, "Bur what
years; but up to that time only the principle was being discussed but not mical in price and convenient in aboutpolitics What about
the question of funds.
the questi. ofnsuse. Available in unit foil strip in the interests of the state "
It was towards the end of the discussions that I asked and where
are thesefunds o come from". There uponthe Chief Minister replied B packs of 24 table ts at $1 .80 per pack. But great writers engage in
that "the Council will provide the funds and we will do the job". politics only in so far as it is
This is clearly indicated in para (c) of the record quoted above. Three politics only in so far a it
instalments of $8,924,oo would provide $26772,00 just $1268.ooshort THE DOMINI A DISPENSARY CO. LTD. necessary to defend people
of the $28,040. estimated to resurface the above listed street. I thereupon I against politics. The role
inforired meeting that Icould notcommit the Council to this. After W ,- -- --.,,,, --,.- ..,-.,fpnl af p mnrp fitinc tn


reporting back to the Council I wrote to the Chief Minister on the IIth
Marfh as follows: -
"Sir;
Further to our discussion on the question of Streets Maintenance and
the proposals from Government for their Maintenance of Streets leading to
and from Roseau, I am advised by the Roseau Town Council to inform
you that after due consideration of all aspects of the proposals, they were
deemed to be unacceptable.


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SATURDAY,

POLITICIANS
IONG before Victorian days, Kings
Land Queens everywhere in the world
gave the impression to their subjects that
they could behave as they please; Parlia,
ment put an end to the principle of
the Divine Right of Kings, and after the
exemplary life and death of the great
Victoria, and still more so after the holo,
caust of the 1914-18 war, royal personages
became increasingly conscious of their
importance to the people as symbols of
the good life well lived, particularly of
happy and decent family life. He who
rebelled had to make a choice between
sovereignty and self-determination.
In this attitude some politicians have
lagged behind the soveeign; from Parnell
to Profumo, and ev~er before them, there
have been instances wherein elected or
chosen representatives of the people have
defied conventional morality or even sim,
pie good manners and paid for their
defiance with loss of reputation and

Let us make it quite clear that this
little newspaper is not on the side of
narrow-minded or priggish persons.
What private individuals do with their
private lives is a matter for their own
consciences. But when private persons
accepts high office what then ? Have
they accepted the fact that they are dedi,
cated to something beyond the personal,
or should thel be encouraged to flout the
canons of human kindness and respect,
ability ? Since the ord-nary people who
gave them their chance look to them for
an example, why do some of them find it
so hard to understand that they must
avoid the appearance of evil
To the average man, the world 'immo-
ral' denotes sexual immorality, although
there are many extensions of the term to
cover other transgressions, which priests
and philosophers are better fitted to ex,
plain than ourselves. The word has a
ring of heartless irresponsibility; and we
use the expression heartless purposefully.
Anyone who reads history, and who has
absorbed some of the fabulous love stories


People's Post
(Continued from page 2)
Pity The Poor
Banana
Cultivators
Unless complaints are voiced the
Honourable Minister for Communi-
cation and Works cannot know the
sufferings of tax payers and revenue
contributors.
Inthe transinsular road, higher
up than Bells or Riversdale, near the
huge cutting ofthe hill which is al-


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OCTOBER 31, 1964

AND MORALITY
of legend and fact, must admit that
of the greatest romances of all time
been based cn infidelity. Tristan
Isolde; Lancelot and Guinevere;
Queen of Scots and Bothwell. thi
is long and lordly. Looked at coldly
these records are shocking to the mint
the moralist; what saves them from so:
ness is the tragedy and the sacrifice.
let us be frank and modern. The
payer and the voter of today are begin
to want solid moral value for their
and their crosses. As a witty old ge
man who dropped in to our office rec
remarked (perhaps with a shade of ree
"the day of the concubine is nearly
in West Indies politics."
Let us put it this way. The pec
representatives are human and fall
their past is their own. How they
ducted themselves before their election
nomination is one thing; but once
are elevated to high office and per
dedicated, the manner in which they.
-. have is b- e -com c-itaner-rtre' J.
light of public opinion. Many
realized this, and regulated their
accordingl. We would say, if you
not amend your behaviour, don't take
a job which calls for integrity and res
Yet even as we write these stern w
we turn to a passage by that great Rc
philosopher Seneca . they. were wi
in A. D. 63.
"It is not possible for us to know each
except as we manifest ourselves in dis
shadows to the eyes of others. We do not
know ourselves; therefore, why should we
a neighbour? Who knows what pain is b
virtue and what fear h e h
vice? No one, in short, knows what mai
man, and only God knows his thoughts,
joys, his bittetnesses, his agony, the inju
committed against him and the injustices he
mits ... God is too inscrutable for our
understanding. After sad meditation it c
to me that all lives, whether good or in
mournful or joyous, obscure or of gilded rel
tion, painful or hapvy, are only a prologue
love beyond the grave, where all is under
and almost all forgiven."


ways sliding in the region of Basin It is hoped that the Honourables,
Weel, many banana cultivators have The Chief Minister, The Minister
to cross the Layou River. For this for Communication and Works and
reason of h zard to life, some people The Director of Works will give
had perforce to abandon their hold, their humanitarian and sympathetic
wings and emigrate to England. and urgent consideration to building
It is causing a sensational fright a swing bridge afier consulting with
or e t e c s the cultivators concerned as to the
of death to see those courageous suitableand central spot or
peoplerisking their lives in crossing location for erecting the suggest
the swollen river on rainy days. location for erecting the suggest
Due to strong loving family des swing bridge for the satisfactory use
some have to stick to it regardless ofofthe affected banana cultivators,
the e o sc o e ess o. who will be able to increase their
the carrying output affected by crossing
Those forgotten banana cultiva, the Layou River at Basin Weel at
vators need a swing bridge which is no great risk to their lives.
long overdue. ONE WHO KNOWS CONDITIONS.


Dear Madam,
Some very corn
pmr.entary remarks h a v e
b:en made by the many
people who read my letter
on Saturday's Herald. A
certain gentleman told me
(while he congratulates me
tor writing) that he still does
somenot agree. It would be wast,
have ing words to argue with him
and when he is part of the object
S which could be the cause of
Mary
Slist these people whose lack of
Sall vision is causing poverty &
d of strife in this island.
rdid- Mr. DLuncan Sandys re,
But marked that things are not
tax only sad but not all healthy
rning i Dominica. In short he
cash said that we haven't got a
ntle, health programme: if that
'ently statement means nothing to
get) those who are using the wrong
over end of the stick, it does show
its effect on the many people,
ple's who time after time have
lible; been saying "we never had it
con- so bad."
r If he many speeches made
they at the Dawbiney market
force both by Government &
be- Opposition are not for
Trch 'S fP h1mak mgt"s 8 k ime
have will prove me wrong for say,
lives ing that procrasuntion will
can- get us nowhere! Or could
on it be that such public offend,
pect. ers feel that, unless people
ores, revolt against them, that they
man will keep on quarreling with
itten each other?
t Osm Yours
^., OSMOND A. MENDES.


Madam,
This byroad extends
upwards from the top of
Massacre village, in the Parish
of St. Paul, passing above
the church, and leading to
Penton or Peddleton Estate
in the heights of Massacre
village and Les Pointe Estate.
The byroad is very rocky,
stony and slippery in rainy
weather.
Government had been re,
pairing that road, but it is
several years now since no
work had been done by
Government.
From January this year
some of the peasants have
been doing regular non,
organized repairs.
The Minister for Coma
munication and Works or
his assistant, is invited to see
the self-help work done and


the awful bad condition of
that dangerous by-road.
There are several persons
with banana holdings in
Penton, w'lo contribute the:r
share of revenue to the Go,
vernment.
About five of the banana
cultivators there, own don,
keys. The by-road is dan,
gerous for both man and
beast.
Heaven knows how long
honest men may have to toil
so arduously for their living.
Those people should be
pitied. T he i r persevering
labour is beyond imagination
except to the eye witness.
It is hoped that the Hon/
ourable Minister concerned
may not delay to alleviate
their sad predicament.
Some owners of lard there
have to abandon their hold,
ings on account of lack of a
motorable road.
Government is trying their
best but some places are fcr,
gotten. There is no need
to debate this problem in
Legislative Council.
It may be mentioned that
more than half way up, the
road in question is joined by
a branch byroad used by
Mahaut people o wni n g
-lanj'- acr'encon.=--- -" -;
This section is easier for a
motorable road from Mahaut
village.
The best personto super,
vise the'repairs of the road, is
a user and peasant from
Massacre village.
AN EYE WITNESS,
MASSACRE


Madam,
Never in the history of the
San Sauveur school had it gone down
so low. Out of six children for scho,
larship exam, all failed; cut of six for
school leaving, all failed, out of six
for entrance exai, all file I!
The results of which is due to lack
ofqualified teachers. It would seem
that the -eachers are all divided against
each other; All vexed with one ano-
ther in the sime school. How can a
house divided against itself stand ?
I do hope that Government will
send some married women to mind
their homes and children as they are
the main cause of such ruin.
INTERESTED PARENT,
Petite Soufriere.
*------^-1---
NOTE: Our Coulibistrie cones-
pondent calling himself
x-Teacher is requested to
give us his correct name
before publication. -Ed.
Acknowledgement: The Ediotor thanks
the U.S. donor of "The Catholic
Worker" and other publications for
this presentation.


School's Low
The Massacre --Standard
Pentops Road


DOMINICA HERALD


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1904


PAGE FOUR









S' UWRAO, OCTOBER 1964 DOMNICA HERALD


The American Negro's

Struggle for Justice
By MARTIN LUTHER KING, Jr., 1964 Nobel Peace Prize Winner
( Concnded forn last issue )
Now agape is more than aesthetical or romantic love.
Ag'pe is more than a friendship. Agape is understanding,
creative, redemptive good-will for all men. It is an over-
flowing love which seeks nothing in return. Theologians
would say that it is a love of God operating in the human
heart. When an individual rises to love on this level, be
loves every man, not because he likes him, not because his
way appeals to him, but he loves every man because God
loves him. He rises to the point of loving the person who
does the evil deed while hating the ceed that person does.
This is always a goal and it is beautiful to have a
method of struggle where it is possible to do this, for we
are coming to see now that hate is dangerous. It is as inju,
rious to the hater as it is to the bated It is a wonderful
thing to have a method of struggle where it is possible to
rise to the level of love and yet stand up with determine,
tion against the unjust and evil system. You come to the
point of hating segregation and standing up against it, with
all your might, and yt maintaining an understanding love
for the person who is misguided.
There is another poipt in non-violence and it is this:
it says that suffering may be a powerful social force, and
interestingly enough this is one of the points that violence
would bring out. The forces of war and violence will
agree with non-violence at this point. Both violence and
nonviolence ag-ee that suffering can be a' powerful social
force, but the difference is that violence says that suffering
is a powerful social force when you inflict the suffering on
anEo:her, but nonviolence says that suffringjisa aowerfuL
soci force when you al cw suffering and paiu and violence
,to be inflicted on yourself. It goes on with a conviction
that unmerited suffering is always redemptive.
And so the practitioner of nonviolence will say to
his opponent: "We will meet your cap, city to inflict
suffering, by our capacity to endure suffering. We vill
meet your physical force with soul force. Do to us what
you will, we will still lo-,' you. We cannot in all good
conscience obey your unjust laws, so throw us ik; jail and
as difficult as it is, we will go to jail and still love you.
We will love you, but be assured that we will wear you
down by our capacity to suffer and one day we will w;n
freedom for ourselves; we will so appeal to your heart and
your conscience hat we will win you in the process and
our victory will be a double victory."
This is the meaning of nonviolence in its deepest
dimensions and that is something that frustrates tne oppo-
nent. I: exposts his moral defences, it weakens his morale
and at the same: time it works on his conscience. He does,
rot knew how to handle it.
If he does not beat you, wonderful; if he does not put
you in jail, wonderful But if he does put you in jail,
you transform that cell from a dungeon of shame to a
haven of freedom and human dignity. Even if he tri.s to
kill you, you develop the inner conviction that there are
some things so precious, some things so dear, some things
so eternally true that they are worth dyirg for. And if a
man has not discovered something that he will die for, he
is not fit to live. If an individual at thirty years has not
found some great truth, some great principle, some great
ideal that he will die for, he is already dead. Tf he is chal,
lenged to take a stand but he refuses because he is afraid-
afraid that his home will be bombed, afraid that he may be
shot, afraid that he may lose his job he may live until
he is eighty, but he just as dead at thirty as he is at eighty,
and the cessation of breathing in his life is merely the bela,
ted announctmenr of an earlier death of the spirit. And so
non-violence sees this, and it sees that suffering can be a
powerful social force. There is another thing that I would
like to bring here and that is an element of optimism con^,
cerning human nature in the nonviolent philosophy.


No,nviolence says that with
amazing poteniali'es of Ecodnes
be misunderstood at this point IJ
devotes of nonviolence and pa
superficial about the human natu
They have not been able to se
human natue. I think we all
within nature a sort of dualism,
which justified Plato in saying th
is like a charioteer with two strong
go in different directions. There i
us which causes us to cry out W
said in his Confessions: "Lord. n
yet". There is this tension and t
nature between the high and the
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s. Now I hope I will not
niP ,I t iri ill too many An immediate conference
acifisni have bee: all too on aid to bring Britain's as.-
ire and all too sentimental. distance to the West Indies
ee the evil tendencies in up to date is suggested in a
must realise that there is new report published by the
something within all of us Overseas Development Insti-
lat the human personality tute today (Aid to the West
ig hor.,s each wanting to Indies 8,6). The report
is something within all of claims that although Britain's
,ith St Augustine as he help has been useful in the
hake me pare but not past, many changes are now
his struggle within human needed if it is to maintain
low. and increase its effectiveness,
D FOREIGN REVIEW. The grantia,aid system,
the report argues, saps local
E initiative, There are serious
Y P ORE delays in aid administered
Through London as comr
SGCO. LTD, i pared with A rierican and
United Nations programmes.
IVALS:- 1 It suggests a regional aid
Office to administer Britain's
'OWER BOLTS, i. contributions and regional
SY S, COFFIN r programmes in agriculture,
BRICK SIDING, medicin-, education, techni,
R E E Z E R S, cal training and rural credit.
IAVERS, P.V.C. The purpose of the report
SCREWS, SUIT is to pinpoint obstacles to the
M P, MATTRESS j effective us" of British aid.
NTS ETC., ETC. 4Tm people of the Common,
..... ... wealth West Indies get more
aid per bead from Britain
Fresh as a 'breezM than almost: any other part of
i with the fragrance of
: Limacol. your favou- the Commonwealth 8
rite toilet lotion. m iC rl62u:_~ lv e;"r.~;i
over 3 a head for the past
three years. In addition to
this official aid, a substantial
subsidy is given through 'the
Commonweal th Su gar
Agreement.
S-me of the countries aided
Fine as face powder, can be said to have already
Clings I o v i n g I y.
Lightens the tone of r e a c h e d self sustaining
the skin. A member growth. The report suggests
of the famous Lima-.
col family. that capital aid to such coun,.
tries should now be tapered
: off though technical and
educational aid will be need-

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staff member and formerly for
four years Head of the De,
partnent of Economic at the
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during which he visited Ber,
muda and the Bahamas,
Jamaica and Trinidad and
Tobago, B r it i s h Guiana,
Barbados and the Leeward
and Windward Isles.
Though the survey is o.
primary interest to those con,
corned with the West Indies.
the points it raises have a
wider application, and de,
serve attention by all those
concerned in the development
of smaller countries.
Aid to the West Indies is
available (8,6 post free) from:
ODI Publications, 98 Kingston
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S, W. 19.


PAGE FIVE










PAGE- SIX DOMINICA- HE{L)S~JDYOTBR3,1


Celebration Of S. Rhodesia Prefers
Tenth Anniver- Apartheid


sary O r ootwili
Priso G i
T h Goodwill Prison
celebrated its Tenth Anniveri
sary on Oct.16 wih a function
which opened with a reli,
gious service in th' Prison
Chapel followed by a lecture
to the Prison Officers and
Prisoners by Mr. Clarke.
Later the C. M. the Hon.
E. O. LeBlanc carried out
an inspection of the Prison
Officers.
The Prisoners were then
addressed by the Minister for
Labour and Social Services,
and the Probation Officer,
Mr. Wiltshire. Mr. Stevens
congratulated t h e Prison
Superintendent for the hig''
.standard of the prison and
its surroundings exhorted the,
prisoners to amend their ways
and left with them a present
of bibles to uplift their spirit.
Mr. Wiltshire also paid
high tribute to Mr. Clarke
and his staff for the very.
small percentage of recidivists
among the small number of
tody, which he attributed to
the successful methods used
by him which enabled them
to be reinstated into society
without much difficulty.
He thought that Mr.
Clarke was a very practical
exponent of the principle that
a country is judged not by
the way it takes care of its
good people but rather by tlhe
way it looks after those who
fall by the wayside.
A vote of thanks ably
moved by Mr. J. P. Cuffy, a.
Prison Officer, followed by
refreshments in Mr. Clarke's
home brought the very plea-
u.nt Tenth Anniversary cere,
mony to a close. (GIS)
I----_*------

WHO MILKED
THE COWS?
PARIS, Oct. 19, CP: The
monthlong dairy farmers
strike ended and fresh milk
is now available throughout
France.


SPAIN'S GESTURE
MADRID, SPAIN, Oct. 20,
CP: Spain has named Negro
Governors of its African
possessions, Equitorial Gui
nea and Fernando da Po.
There are now"autonomous".


Dependent Southern
Rhodesia refuses to enfran,
chise its African majority
and the British Government
will not grant independence
to a minorityruled country.
Prime Minister Ian Smith
says "S. Rhodesia has set its
c o u r s e towards indpen,
dence": he has been sum,
mond to London by the
Secretary of State. Before he
left he dismissed the Comr
mander-in-Chief of the arm,
ed forces, General Andersen,
"on grounds of old age".
General Anderson stated to
Reuter's correspondent that
he was dismissed because he
"would not agree to the use
of armed force to attain
independence." The new
Commonwealth Sec. is not
going to Rhodesia.


R.T.C. Meeting
The R.T.C. meeting held on
SOct za dealt with various matters in-
cluding the attitude of the Town
Clerk towards his job, one member
interjecting that this employee (who
is on leave) should not be criticised
'To-bisrab-sece; Clt.'epnnd- nce 1b,,
tween Social Services and R.T.C.
was read relating to debts incurred
by R.T.C. to the P.W.D., and ex-
planation rhat these were incurred
during the operation of Ordinance
22 of 96o, with authorised loans to
the R.T.C., but was subsequently
revoked by the Secretary of State.


Progress During The
Year
A recent review by the
General Nursing Council of
progress made in raising the
standard of t h e Princess
Margaret Hospital Nursing
School during the past 12
months reveals some very
definite allround improve-
ments at the school.
During this period the
school was organized and an
educational curriculum was
formulated; a modified half,
day study lecture system was
introduced; doctors have been
lecturing on all subjects on
which their professional con,
tribution is required; an
education committee to look
into entrance examination
requirements was appointed
by the Nursing Council and
entrance qualifications have
been raised to G. C. E. or
the equivalent secondary level;
a new library study room,


newly-supplied with a good
many test and reference books
was opened; the filmstrip
' library now contains
some 84 filmstrips and a
im.,nber of slides for visual!
instruction, and the new
demonstration room was for-
mally opened with addicnlal
equipment including a mi-
croscope ad lamp, as well
as an anatomy model and
four new charts.



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In good condition
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volunta


ry Service Teacher


Miss Sari Hickin, a young British school teacher, has undertaken
voluntary service in Penang, Malaya. She watches while boys from her
class enjoy themselves on an outdoor climbing apparatus. (In Deminica
Miss E. M. Smith instructs in Physical Education under The Volunteer
Service Overseas Scheme.)


-- -- Supermarket in K ing
George V Street!
P. M. H Nursing
School


DOMINICA HERAXLD


SA'TJRDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1964


PiG: SIX







DO.INICA HERALD


Regional Council School Magazines SHOWPIECE
of Ministers
of M inisterThe Reedpipe Con, By Our Film Reporter "CHRIS"
Ninth Meeting vent High School.
The Dominica delegation D. G. S. School Magazine, "Quo Vadis"
to the Ninth Meeting of the new series, No. 10. v i h
Regional Council of Minis, As St Mary's Academy interpretation of Nero wins top
tears, comprising the Honour, already produces the Marian honours in this great (revival) moe
able E. O. Le Blanc, Chief Messnger, Wesley H i g h tion picture which depicts Nero's
Minister and Minister of School appears to be the only reign of ancient Rome.
Finance, the Hoo urable W. school without a 'house or, Although Nero had won the lik-
S. Stevens, Minister for gan'. Wake up, Wesley! ing of people, he lost it as a result of
Labour and Social Services The two magazines named the greatfire of Rome, 64, which
and Mr. Ronald Armour, above are both creditably pre, waF widely credited to him although
he attempted to divert suspicion by
left the territory by air on sented, C.H.S. excelling his notorious persecution of the
Monday. This meeting was particularly in its line draw- Christians, some of whom he coated
h e I'd at Sherbourne, St. ing and layout. Advertisers with pitch and burned as living tor,
Michael, Barbadcs, as before have patrorized both gene, ches in his gardens. Others were
and commenced at ro.oo rouly; the Convent public, thrown into arenas to be eaten by
a.m. on Wednesday 28th tion is neatly duplicated, ungry lions; amongthciemupas
Peter who was crucified upside
October. Sir John Stow, while D. G. S. is in print down. Nero's lack of strategy
K. C. M. G., Governor of (Bulletin Office). and effeminacyfinally alienated the
Barbados and C airman of On examining the con- army which revolted, first inGaul
the Regional Council, pre, tents, D. G. S. has a hearty add thenin Spain, where Galba was
sided o v er the meeting. 'boys will be boys' tone and proclaimed emperor. When Galba
waas ccepted by the imperial guards
Over 2o Conference Papers an admitted aim of 'the in R6me, Nero stabbed himself. ex
were presented for discussion. exploitation of hidd n talent' claiming, (it is said) "What an artist
The Regional Council (literary); it also contains a dies in me!"
of Ministers is a standing nice letter from former Head, Marcus (portrayed by Robert
advisory body set up during master Beauchamp and some Taylor) one ofNero's chidecomman
des, inspired by the preaching of
the interval between the 1962 official mess ges. We prefer Simon Peter, accepted Our Lord
Eastern Caribbean Federation the somewhat more original and denied his Roman citizenship
Conference and the possible D. G. S. jokes, and hope partly for the lo e of Lydia (Deborah
establishment of the new, their roll all will increase Krer), Both le and Lydia were
Federation of the Govern- apace, to fill the splendid new among the Christians mar ou
ments concerned. The bui in -tMu-----.~L -
- purpos -te oun In view of its large rollcall, This picture in addition to its
cil is to coordinate and repre, C. H. S. Reedpipe is probab, Roman scenes reveals me beginng
sent the collective interests of ly'catering to a popular ma/ of the Christian faith, introduced
the Governments. It has no jority taste. The contribu, into Italy by Peter.
constitutional functions. The tions are mostly of a girlish---- -- __
Chairman, who is also the nature, the tone religious; and
Governor of Barbados, has, we congratulate Miss Emma r
however, been given adminis, Grell on the art side.
traive r:sponsibilily fcr giv, You will not find the
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DOMINICA HERALD


Potted Biographies (remain withheld from Pro,/
(Cn In r testants. The plea for keep-,
(Continuedfr.v w"; -" ') ..
ng i non/Catholic Christianr
The NRt Hon, aa" an underprivileged minor
Michael Stewart M. C. in Spain was made by the
M. P. Most Rev. Antorio Pildainy
Minister Of Education And Zapioin, Bishop of the Can,
Science ary Ishands. The bishop is
Mr. Michael Stewart re, known for strong stands on
presented East Fulham in many issues. He has on
Parliament from 1945 to several occasions been critical
1955, and after the reorga, of Generalissimo Francisco
nisation of constituencies in Franco's regime.
that ver, was elected M. P. His latest pastoral letter
for Fulham. He is a former attacked a proposed new
Minister of War and has statute that would grant a
been a member of the "Sha, measure of freedom to Spain's
dow Cabinet" since Novem, approximately 30,000 Pro,
ber 1960. testants.
He was born in 1906. took The reform would permit
a first class honours degree Protestants to worship in
in Philosophy, Politics and p-.blic, operate schools and
Economics at Oxford, and newspapers, but not to pro,
spent some time studying in selytise. The B i s h o p in,
Geneva and working for t-e structed hL flock to "work
League of Nations Secreta- with all your soul" against
riat. He than spent some the projected emancipation of
years as a schoolmaster and Protestants.
as lecturer for the Workers' -from The Ottawa Journal
Educational Associ a t i o n.
During the second world war .
he served ip. ,the Army
Intelligence Corps and the
Army Educational Corps, Obeah Man
He and his wife Mary are ArreP ted
loyal members. Loth .o the .. ;
Labour Party and the Fabian. ; L r.rntin in .Guade,
After his election to :Par, caused wh n a nooriou trick,.
lament Mr. Stewart-. served ster:"who posed as Aisorcer'
for some ;two years a and claimed he cculd .rive:
Government Whip.' TFrom out sprit; and cont~i~ zom-
October 1947 to May 195T bies was arr.sted. The man,'
hc was Parliamentary Under, who pretended he 'could s-e
Secretary of State and Finan, into the future, was accused
cial Secretary, War Office, by credulous "clients" who
and afterwards, until Labour had parted with their money.
went out of office, was
Parliamentary Secretary, Mir- -
isay of Supply.
From 196I to 1962 he
represented Britain on the N T
Consultative Assembly of N T
Council of Europe and t'se
Assembly of the Wetern AYOUB DIB
European Union.
He is author of various ALL PERSONS with
books, including Bias and accounts outstand-
Education for Democracy, The
British Approach to Politics and ing t0 the firm of
Modern Forms of Government. Ayoub Dib are no-
(More biographies to follow) ,L ,,o ,


Spanish Bishop
Opposes Liberty
For Protestants
MADRID A. Spanish
bishop has warned in a pas,
toral letter that the proposed
emancipation of Spanish
Protestants would unleash a
"spiritual civil war."
The pastoral letter con,
cluded with an exhortation
to Roman Catholics to pray
,daily that religious liberty


THE LIFE OF PRESI-1NT LYNDD'O B, JOHNSON


President Johnson is married
and has two daughters. He
is -shown above cutting a
cake given 'to him by the
late President Kennedy on
his s5th bi-tbday in August
1963. When the assassin's
bullet, fired from a warehouse
in Dallas into the Presidential


motorcade, cut Mr. Ken,
-edy's life short, the ful
weight of being an inter,
national leader fell on Lyn,
don B. Johnson. His lift
had prepared him well for
the grave responsibilities he
was assuming. As he took
the oath of office, in the


by VERUS


plane bringing the late Presi,
dent Kennedy's body back
to Washington, Lyndon B.
Johnson became the leader
f the Free'World in ;ts fight
against all forms of political
and personal oppression. -
(The End) _


Nmiea rtna ueorge
Karam has Power of
Attorney for MIarie
Dib. Creditors are
requested to settle
t h e i r accounts
promptly.
(Sgd) George Karam
Attorney for
Marie Dib.
Oct. 17-NNov. 7


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PAGE NINE


VISIT TO DOMINICA
OF
SHIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH
NOVEMBER 16th, 1964
The following has been arranged:
ic.oo a.m. His Royal Highness lands at Roseau Jetty, is
received by the Administratcr: Royal Salate:
Inspection of Guard of Honour: Presentation
of Mrs. Lovelace, Honourable Chief Minister
and Mrs. LeBlanc, Puisne Judge, The Speak-
er of the Legislative Council and M:s. Cools,
Lartigue, other members of the Executive
Council and their wives. His Royal Highness
and the abovenamed personages proceed to the
Botonical Gardens by car. To enable the
the band to reach the Gardens before His
Royal Highnss, the route which His Royal
Highness will follow will be Bay Street, Cork
Street, Great George Street, Steber Street, Fede-
ration Drive, Princess Margaret Hospital, St.
Aroment Road, Copt Hall Junction, Valley
Road.
19.45 a.m. Rally for young people of Roseau, the South
and East Coast. The Honourable Chief Min,
sister will deliver an address of welcome and
His Royal Highness has graciously consented
to reply. His R o y al Highness will drive
through the group in an open jeep. Dance by
a group of children in national costume.
11.30 a.m. Return to Government House
1X.30 a.m. Display of Dominica produce
11.45 a.m. Punch Party at Government House
1.00 p.m. Lunch at Government Houser
2.30 p.m. Leave for Melville Hall Airport via Layou Val-
Iey Road.
4.- -p.m ,, Arrive Melville Hall Airport
SChRIldrens Rally at Airport.

His Royal Highness drives through the groups
in open jeep..,.
4.30 p.m. Leave for 1st British Woreestershire Camp at
Governor,
4.45 p.m. Arrive at Camp.
5.oo p.m. Leave the Camp
6.15 p. m. Arrive Portsmouth
Children's Rally as at Roseauand Melvill: Hall.
Dinner on board Her Majesty's Yacht Britannia.
Her Majesty's Yacht sails after dinner.


B. W. I. Get U. S.
Sugar Quota

U. S. Secretary of Agri,
culture Orville Freeman has
announced an interim sugar
import program foi 1965 and
the British West Indies will
receive a quota of 112,954
short tons.
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Banana Sipment of 23rd October, 1964:
STEMS TONS
Roseau 3S,199 445
Portsmouth 52,671 677
Coast 4,056 53
91,926 1,175
Experts to 16th October, 1964 2,573,662 30,850
Exports to 23rd October, 1964 2,665,589 32,025
Exports to 23rd October, 1963 :,286,395 28,892
Increase 1964 compared with 1963 379,194 3,133


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You can phone a lot of word
period... including the three
tant ones. Quick! Pas? the
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IS in a minimum Inter-island Operator Dialling. During 1964/5
ee most impor- 14 million dollar development of Eastern Caribbean
communications will take place. Channel capacity on
word by phone main trunk routes will be increased up to thirtytimes.
II from you can A new multi-channel link will give direct connection
with the U.S.A. and Canada to the world-spanning
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less have the provideoperator-diallingbetweenmanyoftheislands.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3j, 1964


LIGHT


Local Sportlight
FOOTBALL
Thunderbirds drew nearer to win'
ning the Div I championship when
they edged out Spartans by i goal to
nil at Windsor Park on Sunday.
The lone goal came when Grge the
left winger completed a fine move
which started infield. Sparrans tried
hard for an equaliser in the closing
minutes of play but the Thunderbirds
defence would give nothing away.
Thus Thunderbirds have 12 pts.,
4 pts ahead of Blackburn their nearest
rivals. Both teams have two more
matches to play, against each other.
On Thursday D.G.S. couldn't
find the last minute thrust to equalise
and suffered defeat by 2-i at the
hands (or should it be feet) of Black-
burn. Goalscorers were Joseph and
Nesty of Blackburn, and Brinsley
Charles for D.G.S.
The D. A. S. A. has agreed to
send a team to St. Lucia in January
or thereabouts to participate in the
Quadrangular tournament to'be held
there. Thcre.will be trial matches
played during the rest of the league


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season including the knock-out for
Div i. We hope that there will be
enough incentive to players to take
the game more seriously, and try to
improve their play.
CRICKET
Again we ask what is being done
about the turf wicket at the Gardens.
The cricket season is just a little over
2-1 months away, if we make allow'
ances for a football tournament in
January. Work should have started
on this long ago, and the only real
trouble in all this,is that it is the play-
ers who suffer from the improper
handling of these affairs.
INTERNATIONAL SPORT,
CRICKET ,
The test match between Australia
& Pakistan ended at Karachi on
Thursday in a draw. The final scor-
es were Pakistan 414 and 279 for 8
declared, Australia 352 and 227 for 2
Pakistan, after their record open,
ing stand of 249 went on to score
414, to which Australia replied with
352, Bobby Simpson playing splen-
didly for xSz. Butthe home side
refused to make a match of it by
batting slowly on the fourth day and
part of the fifth, eventually declaring
at 279 for 8. Skipper Hanif


Castle Bruce-Petite
Soufriere Road
-The Director of Works, has
made a final inspection of
the it mile projected location
towards the 5 mile Castle
BrucePetite Soufriere motor-
able Road. As a result men
-ank- heavy ipmcnt-rearc
moving in quickly to enable
work to get under way any
moment now. The road is
estimated to cos t about
$116,000. Funds will not
permit of the construction of
More than x4 miles during
the current Colonial and
SWelfare period.
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Mohammed and Javed Burki were
booed very often while at the crease
Hanif scored 40 raking an hour to
register the first 7, while Burki made
5" in over 2I hrs.
Australia were set 342 to win and
had made 172 for x by t-a time.
From here onwards it was evident
that they could not rrach their target
in ihe remaining i2o mins. They
added 55 more fcr the loss of another
wicket.
Simpson, the Australian Skipper
scored another century in the second
innings.



Dr. William's
Hon. Degree
The Prime Minister of
Trinidad & Tobago, Rt.
Hon. Dr. Eric Williams, has
accepted the invitation of the
Master of St. Catherine's
College, Oxford, to become
an Honorary Fellow of St.
Catherine's.


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