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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: November 28, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Dominica -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Dominica
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1955? Cf. caption.
General Note: Editor, <1963-1964>: Phyllis Shand Allfrey.
General Note: "For the General Welfare of the People of Dominica, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole."
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 12, 1963; title from caption.
General Note: Last issue consulted: December 31, 1964.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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(For the General Welfare or the People of Domiuien. the further cdiancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole)


ESTABLISHED :955


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1964 PRICE iog


BRITISH LABOUR MP MAKES VITAL SPEECH


Here To Review Development Needs
SEVERAL rival attractions (including a concert in aid
Sof Mental Health Week at St. Gerard's Hall, the
Civil Servants' training programme and a new long film
at the Cinema) reduced the listeners to an important speech 1
by a British Labour M.P. to abour some twohundred in C
the Dawbiney Market last Wednesday evening.
Mr. Donald Chapman, mission to Mr. Ha-old Wii, q
Member of Parliament for Ison and the British Labour
Northfield, Birmingham, of Party. It may be recalled thai
which he has been M.P. the D.L.P. never once mentioned
since 195z, was born in the British election at its pre,
1923 and educated at ele, election meetings, and so far as
mentary schools and Gram, we know, never cabled congratu
mar School, and by scholar/ lations.
ships to Emmanuel College, TEN-YEAR DEVELOPMENT
Cambridge, w h re he PLAN
achieved Ist Class Hons. in The Parliamentary vsiror,
Economics and a ,degree i. after staring his pride that 1
Agnicukture. HP. has been
Agriculture. H has been one of the first acts of the t
General Secretary of the Labour Government of t
.ian Society and is atprenew Labour Government of t
Fian Society an is ath prei Britain was to augment aid A
sent Chairman of the Bi sh for the old, the sick and the S
Caribbean Assocatin.Henemployed in Britain, sid
jomined-the British -Labour he hoped to live toa see such
Partyin 1943 and is the opto livto sesuch
author of "'Holidays and the provis on made for such
Stat" and "efc of the persons in Dominica. He c
State and "efm of the exclaimed "I am shocked
Lords". Mr.. Chapman has anasamed "a an Ensho d
been examining our develop- man that the standard ofliv
ment needs.


"The Whole Of Dominica"
Mr. Chapman declared,
towards the close of a bril,
liant, competent and hopeful
address, "I am speaking of
Dominica. I am not talking
about any political party
insidee Dominica." Answer,
itig a question as to "wheth,
er any othei Party coming to
power in Dominica would
be receiving the attention you
suggest the Labour Party of
Dominica would be get,
ting?"- Mr. Chapman re-
plied: "This is in fact a very,
very important question in,
deed. Will it be only the
Labour Party in Dominica
that will have as much help
as I have been talking about?
The answer is NO. When
Ihave been talking to n.i gh t,
I have been talking about
DOMINICA." He went
on to say that naturally he
was pleased to be among
Labour people here, as "we
are all socialits together,
aren't we?" Mr. Chapman
thanked the Party for cordial
messages given him for trans,


1Ug oU tLIC V UWdLa U t.Lan
Leeward Islands is one of the
lowest in the American.
region When asked later
by a questioner whether he
thought two dollars a day
was sufficient for a man to
maintain his family on, Mr.
Chapman referred back to
this statement sympathetically.
Mr. Chapman suggested
that "the U.S., Canada an!
Britain together might pro,
vide the money for putting
these islands on their feet",
through an overall federal
scheme for the whole of the
Windwards and Leewards.
"In every sense of the word
i: is important to have this
federation .... There are ten
hundred million people in
the British Commonwealth
to help. In your homeland
there are 50-60 thousand.
We have got to help them
as well . But you must
not regard Britain as just a
cow to be milked . We
will want to be assured that
you are putting in what
money you can too."
(Cont. on p. 12)


Farewell To The
Lovelaces


ON the afternoon of 26th
November 1964 a farewell
Guard of Honour was
mounted at Police Head,
quarters Roseau, by contain,
ge,Is of the Doninica Police
Force and Fire Service for
nspection by His Honour
he Administrator Col. A.
LOVELACE, .C.M.G., M.B.E.,
M.C.
His Honour the Adminis,
rator and Mrs. LOVELACE
were metr'on their arrival at
Police Headquarters by the
Chief of Police, Mr. J. V.
MULLIGAN. His Honour
ook the salute and inspected:
he Guard of Honour which
was commanded by Deputy
Supt. of Police, Mr. F.I.L.
SYMES. Appropriate music'
orbthe occasion was renderedd
by the Government Band
conductedd by Mr. C. BEL,
LOT, M.B.E., Bandmaster. At
the conclusion of the parade,
personnel gave three cheers
and the Government Band
rendered "For He's a Jolly
Good Fellow" as His Hon,
our the Administrator left
:he parade.
At a reception held after,
wards in the Police Re,
creation Hall, Station Ser,
geant K eith ROBINSON,
Chairman of the Police Wel,
fare Association delivered a
farewell address and wished
Col. and Mrs. LOVELACE a
long and happy retirement.
The Chief of Police, Mr.
J. V. MULLIGAN, on behalf
of all ranks of the Force
presented Col, LOVELACE
with a silver cake stand and
a silver tray as a moment of
His Ho.iour's close associa,
tion with the Dominica
Police Force.

COURT BRIEFS
Henderson ?ylvester was found
guilty of ste currency value $86
from Virgin : rge; sentence, one
year* Lawi remy was convict,
ed ofunlawj wounding Flosnie
Celestin at Pointe Mich: last March;
sentence- $50 fine plus $75 comr
sensation, or six months' imprison,
ment.


HARBOUR LOG--
W-E 27.11.64
SATURDAY:-M/V Is is
arrived from Martinique with
general cargo of about 300
tons; consisting mainly of
fertilizer, for Roseau and
Portsmouth. Two passed,
gers arrived. SUNDAY,-
MV Telamon. from Trinidad
with 4 tons general cargo
sailed the same day for
Florida. MV Zenko Maru
from St. Martin -s a i 1 e d
same da y for Barbados.
Sch. Harriet Whittaker with
general cargo, mainly Rum,
Edible Oil, Margarine etc.
Monday Sch. W. L. Eunicia
arrived from Portsmouth to
load fruit fo r Barbados.
STu e s d a y M/V Hawthorne
Trader from Antigua with a
large sbippment of Lumber.
M-VV Eedral Maple from St.
Lucia with 42 t6ns general
cargo:-Rum, and general
merchandise 32 Passengers
lan d e d. WEDNESDAY:-
MV Federal Palm fr o m
Antigua with about 32 tons
general cargo; mostly cer,
ment i8 passengers landed.
THURSDAY:-- MV Fo r t
Dauphin from Guadeloupe to
load Bananas Fond Cole
(no eargo); MV Ice Fl6wer
from Guadeloupe with about
20 Tons cf general cargo and
a quantity of frozen chickens
etc. On Friday MV Geest'
port from St. Lucia arrived
to load Bananas for the
U.K.

PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
Chief Secretary Lofius Roberts
acted Administrator during today
absence in Antigua of H. H. Col.
Lovelace John Bully'(ret. Financial
Secretary) will act in the interim be-
tween the Lovelaces' departure and
the arrival ofH. H. Mr. Guy Ma-
jor-General L. D. Grand, Engineer-
Consultant on low-cost housing, ar-
rived here on 8,day visit to discuss
housing needs with Government *
Arrived in Dominica: Mr. Justice
Allan Louisy from Jamaica; Rev. Fr.
P. Joussemet fro m Guadeloupe;
Peace Corps planners Paul Bell and
Betty Duba from Washington, for
talks with Government Royal Bank
Trust Co. Gen. Manager Kennedy
arrived on Weds. for a 2zday visit *
Mr. John Macintyre returned on


Bananas To UK--
Deterioration
The following Telegram nras sent by the
Banana Growers. Association Dominica
to WIBS, Grenada, on November
22 -
"PLEASE ANNrOUNCE SUN,
DAY MONDAY--
"To all Banana Growers Domin-
ica, Board of Management gravely
perturbed by reports serious dete-
rioration in quality iDominica bana,
nas arriving U.K. last two months.
This deterioration very largely' due
widespread negligence growers, in
selection, handling and transpor-
tation fruit. There is very n di
greater proportion bruises ai'd,
broken fingers leadingk to itee,0a'
stem rot and wastage. Tbhi situa,
tion aggravated by. disturbingly..:
large -number. dishonest- persons
wrapping bad bananas uufit for
export. It is well known that at
this time of year bananas grow\sott
because of weather conditions.and,-
therelore, .highly susceptible; all
forms damage. Thelrefore, impera-
:tive efor alc.-owerstrucksrs-and
others exercise greatest care all
stages handling and transportation.
"In face of serious threat to ban-
ana industry arrising from. negli-
gence and dishonesty growers and
others concernedBoard of. Manage-
ment has decided take immediate
steps!put an end abuses and set -
about quality improvement. These
will be announced later this week
ifter consultation by the Board
with Government. Meanwhile, all
growers, truckers, dealers, buying
agents etc. are warned that selec-
tion at reception stations will be
rigidly tightened up and only ban-
anas measuring up, to export stand-
ards according tohe contract will
be accepted."
WINBAN Meeting
Meanwhile the General -Manager
of the D.B.G.A. (Mr. Alec Boyd),
Mr. Keith Alkyne Q. C. and
M r. Stanley F a d e 1 1 e
flew to St. Lucia on Thursday to/at-
tend a special meeting of WINBAN.
Chairman of the Association Mr.
Stafford Shillingford was unable to
accompany them because of illness.
Subjects for disc uss ion were
(a) relations between WINBAN
and the Jamaica Banana Growers
Association; (b) the ''shut out" of
Dominica banana caused by shortage
of freight space in Geest ships;
(c) among other items, the bad cop-
Sditions of some of Dominica's ex-
ported bananas. The D. B.G. A.
delegates returned by air on Friday.
Monday from an agricultural course
in Italy* Mr. F.G. Brown, Manager
Picards, left on Nov. 26 to attend
BWIA sales seminar n Triida4 *'


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PA~t TW DOMNIC HERLD ATUDAYNOVMEER~5,1g6


HOW MR. STEVENS MET LABOUR M.P.s

The following portion of letter (hand-written oil a
blue airmail form from an address in Seven Sisters Road,
London, and dated 19. 12. 59) was received by Mrs. P. S,
Allfrey (then President of the Dominica Labour Party and
a Federal Minister). She did not know at the tim: that
Mr. Stevens had been negotiating with Mr. C. A. H.
Dupigny to join another political party.
After two long paragraphs about personal finance and
his reception in England, the letter continues:-
"I was surprised that Barclays advice preceded us
here, and disappointed that neither Ctown Agents nor
Colonial Office has been briefed about my visit. The
Crown Agents promised to write Dominica and let me
know the reply. They have promised to pay our passages
by air from New York to Dominica in April next. We
hope to spend abott six weeks in New York with relatives
and friends. I am hoping to receive a refund of the
amount paid for the passages from Dominica to U.K. If
you can say or do anything to speed up the Govt. promise
to refund this money early in January 1960, I shall be
grateful.
"Finally and most important I retire on April, 16,
1960. On the l8:h write me up as a member of the
Labour Party. Please let me know the fee. Then while
I am.here I want you to recommend me t? the most im,
portant Labour M. P's, Officials, Secretaries etc. here in
London, I wish to talk freely with them so that we can
give fire to Labour in Dominica. You are in a position
to persuade one or two top notch folks to visit Dominica
and speak there. We need more capable people; we need
leaders. Help me however you can to get the necessary
connections and ideas here.
"We have a serious handicap in Dominica in not
having an organ. Surely if Labour is willing here it can
help us to publish a little weekly in Dominica, I could
pledge to help make it worthwhile to the people who want
t-p, rSud-itneTsem to getanything written with interest
aandcopinection at their level. All over Dominica people
have invited me to go in for politics but as I am not
persona gratia in the service. There will be tim: enough
after April 16 next. The Baron Government will do
everything to prevent general election nexc year. The Col.
Office and the Federal Government should insist on the
decision at the last London Constitutional Conference
to have one.
"I should like to hear from you as early as possible
with plans for the 1960 campaign. I am unable any
longer to see Dominica's needs economically and socially
without being able to help her. I am learning all I can
here in preparation for what lies ahead. I have already
had callers from home and I need not mention that you
will do all you can to help Helen to extend her
education."
"P.S, Although I promised not to state my address,.
I did and haven t another form to hand. Messrs-
Griffiths, Noel Baker, Gaitskell etc. etc. are among
those I should like to meet."
On 16th March 1960, Mr. Stevens wrote to Mts.
Allfrey: "Thank you immensely for the connections you
gave me. I met every person mentioned in your letter and
had valuable discussions with each in connection with the
work that lies ahead." Later still, he wrote and thanked
her for "sending along Mr. George Thompson M.P."



C.M. TO Curacao, Plan from the 26th -- 27th Novem.,
Ba-I o ber, and the Fifh meeting. of the
DBarUa os Caribbean Council from the 3oth
November to the 4th December.
Hon. E.O. LeBlanc, left the On return journey, Mr. LeBlanc
territory by air on Monday z2rd will stop off in Barbados to attend
November, for Curacao, to attend as the resumption of the Ninth Meeting
the Governments representative the of the Regional Council of Ministers
fifth Meeting ofthe Standing Ad- on the 7th December.--from a
visory Committee on the Caribbean G.I.S.


OBITUARY
HUSBAND OF A
FORMER CARNIVAL
QUEEN DIES
Leo K. Celaire married to 1958
Carnival Queen Carol Williams,
died on the 8th of November, 1964
from an accidental fall in a hospital
in London. He had almost fully
recovered from a long illness when
he had this fatalfall. He was 28
years of age.
Leo K. Celaire was an expupil
of the St. Iary's Academy; he
taught at the St. Luke's School for
eight years; he was one of the pio,
neers of the Boy Scout and Credit
Union Movement at Pointe Michel.
In April of 1959 he left Domin-
ica for United Kingdom where he
married Caiol Williams the follow-
ing year.
His corpse was cremated in
England and the ashes will be sent
to Pointe Michel for internment.
Atrangements for tne funeral will be
announced over the radio.
He leaves to mourn his wife
Carol and daughter Dawn, mother
Josephine, three brothers Julien
in Arabia with the R.A.F.; Clem
in Aruba, and Murray in England,
and si.t:r Joyce also in England.

Drawn Match At
Meiville Hall
At a cricket match played be-
tween the Calibishie and Marigot
Teams, which began at 11.30 on
Sunday zz Nov. Calibishie was the
first to bat and they made 1o5 runs.
Marigot then batted and made ISz
runs by wh'ch rhey led Calbishie
by 47 runs. Second innings for
Calibishie was very successful; but
unfortunately for them and also
Marigot there was not enough time
to end the match. So the day's play
was ended thus: Calibishie 183 for
9 and Marigot _had no time to bat
again. The match was declared
drawn by the Calibishie Captain
with which M arigot's capt. agreed.

Applications For
Liquor Licences
To the Magistrate Dist "E" and
Chief of Police.
I, Addeyes Laurent n-w residing
at Pont Cass&e Parish of St. George
do hereby give you notice that it is
my intention to apply at the Magis-
trate's Court to be held at Roseau
on Saturday, the znd of January
1965 ensuing for a retail LIQUOR
LICENCE in respect of my premises
at Pont Cass6. Parish of St. George.
Dated the Ith day of November
1964.
ADDEYES LAURENT
Nov. 28-Dec 12.
To the Magistrate Dist E" &
Chief of Police.
I, CHARLES GRAHAM, now re-
siding at Roger Patish of St George
do hereby give you notice that it is
my intention to apply at the Mag-
istrate's Court to be held at Roseau
on Monday, the 3rd day January,
1965, ensuing for a retail
LIQUOR LICENCE in respect of my
premises at Roger V a r i s h of St.
George.
Dated the z5th day of November
1964.
CHARLES GRAHAM
Nov. 28-Dec.. iz


QUOTE OF THE WEEK
A dismal universal hiss, the sound of public scorn.
-MILTON, Paradise Lost.



"NOMAD'S" XMAS DRAW

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER a8, 1964


DOMINICA HERALD ,


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DOMINICA HERALD PAGE THREE


Magistrate I
Addresses Tete
Morne P. T. A.
On Wednesday i8,h, inst.
some sixty parents assembled
at the TTie Morne Sc:hoo
wh:re they hard a very inter-
esting talk by Mr. L. I.
Austin, B. A., LL.B., Ma'
gistrate District "F."
After complimenting the
parents for turning out in
such large numbers Mr.
Austin announced the sub-
ject of his talk "How Parents
Can Help in the Work of
the S:ho- He said the
subject was a very important
one since parents must show
a keea interest in what is
going on in the school.
He said parents must guard
against slovenly habits such
as lazip-ss and lateness in
their chiiuren and mentioned
the consequences of such
habit3. They were exhorted
to co-operate wVulll tI school
cn the question of cisciplne
siice i is 'here that convicts
arise between parents and
teachers. Mr. Ausun cited
cases of this nat ire bought
before him and advised that,
instead of restoring to court,
parents should discuss matters
with ffiiefs of the P. T. A.
or the Head Teacher. One of
the aims of education is to
understand and discipline
ourselves he said.
Continuing, Mr. Austin
told parents they could give
a bit of land for a school
garden if mere was non-; set
a b o u t some fund-.aising
activities tea parties, con,
cert to provide the extra
bench or blackboard cr any,
thing else the school might
heed. He stated that such


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THE ANGLICAN CHURCH

BAZAAR i

Thursday De., 3rd, at 3 p.m. 1

Competitions: Stalls for Christmas
Presents, Cakes, Sweets, Ice Creams,
Toys, Teas Lucky lumber Tickets.
A New Moon SUPPER & BAR.
Admission:-- Adults -- 2E
Children-10O
Nov.2i-28


IDOMINICA MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION!

. GALA DANCE
AT
i AT j
i CASTAWAYS HOTEL
Saturday Nov. 28th 9.00 till
Spot Prizes, Raffles
i Music by "The Shadows"
, Tickets $1.50


Nov.21-


activities provide a lot of
inspiration to the children
concerned and h-lp them to
understand t h e important
lesson of selfhe'p. Father/
rnre, these activities, he said
lift trh social life of t'ec com
munity, help to mould ch-ar
acter, provide opportunities
for tih: use of leisure and do
away with boredom.
Parents and teachers are in
a g r e a t partnership, the
speaker explained, and pa,
rents must see io it that the
environment which the child
faces is not different from
that to which it is accustomed
at school. He urged parents
:o heed the Bible injunction,
"Train up a child in the
way he should go and when
he is old he will not depart
from it".
The meeting which was
chaired by the H. T. came
to a close after a sui able vote
of thanks was moved by the
A. T. Mr., V. St. Luce.
Contrih.


The Dance of the Year !!
-28


Students Watch New Hand Fitted


This demonstration of artificial hand being fitted to a patient: took place
in London before a selected audience of Sixth Form boys and girls. As
students of science, they were part of a group of 5oo Sixth Formers,
drawn from 21 countries, who came to London recently to attend the
Sixth International Youth Science Fortnight.

In The House Of Lords


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During the opening ceremony in the House of Lords, Lord Snowdon turns to
glance at members of tne Royal Family. From the left Her Royal Highness Prin-
cess Margaret, Lord Snowdon's wife; Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Glouces,
ter ank Her Royal Highness Princess Marina. The ritual and. colourful pageantry
of the State Opening of Parliament in London by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
was the highest of the British scene in November.


SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28. X964









SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1964


PAGE FOUR
I- --


The Teacher's Desk


"A charge to keep we have,
hy Dennis Jostpbh i God to glorify;
And ever dying soul to save,
And fit it for the sky".
We print below the short story which was broadcast as the opening
feature of Mental Health Week.
As I walk through the gates this "But sir, I heard my father and
morning, I am greeted with the Isual another man using nasty words last
babble of shrill voices saying much night, and when I tcl- him what
and meaning little. A volley of you said about that, he told me to
"Good morning sir" greets me as shut up and mind my business".
the sharp bright eyes of the youngsters "Did he continue Jack"?
flash in my direction. I am almost "No sir, but if it is not good, sir,
knocked down by an avalanche of why do people use it on the streets
vigorous human beings hurling them, and nobody t:lls them anything"?
selves precipitously towards me as "Well Jack, this is a sad situation,
they try to hide from a seeker. This which the people in charge overlook.
time a fusilade of "sorry sir" is fired But the people who use this unplea-
at me and away they go. sant speech are themselves sick, not in
body, but in mind-which is worse.
Ivalk into my classroom and out They say those things thoughtlessly;
runs Jack, who has dashed his books they refuse to realize that they are
into his desk in his anxiety to get out poisoning your young mind. Your
to play before the bell rings in 20 father does not want to do that, but
minutes' time. He has forgotten with yet he is doing it. Regard him as a
the passage of so much time (to sick person who refuses medicine, but
minutes) that he had asked me a do no- catch his disease.
question on the street, and thit I had "But sir, that is not a disease .
promised to answer it when I got to "It is. It destroys you mentally,
school. But he has already disap- just as diseases, of the body destroy it.
peared. "Warden", I say to a boy "I do not want tj destroy my
who has just arrived, "call Jack to mind sir, I need it to learn".
me". 'he next moment I am almost "What are you going to be when
deafened by an unearthly screech out- you grow up"a
side the window, "JACK! JACK! "I vant to be a policeman sir".
Sir wants you". "Why do you want to be a police,
A ~tter of running feet crashes man"i
unto the verandah, and next moment, "I want to guide traffic sir, prevent
aftrawhat must have been a shoe- people from speeding in the town,
tearinghalt,inwalks Jack very quietly. andreport people and arrest them,
"Here am I sir", he s:ys rather' especially if they use bad words by
_apj hnsivey._' me sir".
"Jac", I say, "do you remember A Tong w a i li hg cr y of
the question you asked me on the "JA ACK! JAAA CK!
street while a go"' come and give us our innings boy,
S"Oh yes sir, it was about you tel, where are you? J AA A AC K !'
ling us we should not use dirty lang-, lightigt son, iun along and
uag, sir." play", I said and he needed no
"Well what about that Jack second urging.

HARBOUR LOG-- 1randbay Wins
W-E 20.11.64 tilatcher Cup
Saturday; M.V. Benefactor from
'UK via Montserrat 87 tons The All Island Dominoes
general cargo, hardware, foodstuffs,
liquor, ice-cream; M.V. Geestbay to Championship took place vu
load citrus for UK at Fond Cole; Saturday 14th at St. Gerard's
M.V. Brunshausen from UK with 48 Hail. SixtyEtwo teams com,
tons general cargo -- two vehicles, petei for the catcher Cup
275 tr.ons gin; M.V. Sunfalcon and, after ix hours of very
from Canada via St. Lucia -220o
tons general cargo & mails. Cod, keen competitiori, Grand Bay
fish, flour, sardines, drygoods etc. No. I earn (Lucas Anselm,
M.V. Perikles arrived at Po ismouth S e v r i n Fevrier, Lennard
with general cargo from UK for Baron and Jones Dangl!ben)
Roseau* Monday: H.M. Yacht were victorious with Potcers
Brittania anchored Woodbridge Bay
left for Portsmouth in morning* Vlle (played by the Sonsea
Tuesday: M. V. Geestland from UK team) second. The semi-
with about 40 tons general carg- of finalists weie Roseau (played
cigarettes, matches, beer etc. Three by Success) ad Scoti's Head
passengers landed.* Wedneday: 1io. I. Team. Dr. Brian
Scb. W.L. Euniciafrom B.,dos -
general cargo of rum, margarine, Blatcher, kindly presented the
white lime* Thursday: M.V. Han, Blatcher Cup and ist Prize
denberg viaSt. Lucia with 23 tons, money cf $o'to the' Grand
rum; frozen meat rtc. and loaded Bay. Team. together with
fits for UK via PuertoRico. M.V. $25 2nd Prize, and the Semi/
Ripon via Montserrat with r,oIo .
bags grey sugar from St. Kitts. Two Finalists with $io. Mr.Joseph
passengers arrived. M.V. Perikkes Romulus of Lastle Bruce
from St. Lucia to load bananas at who hid drawn the winning
Fond Cole* Friday (expected): team in the Sweepstake re,
M.V. Delgre; from Gloupe with 40 ceived the Ist Prize of $50.
passengers and M.V. Brunshausen to
load cttrus at Food Cold. All proceeds of the competi..
(Crowded out last week we tion go to the Dominica Hospital
reprintfor the record) Appeal Fund.


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Ducal Jokes

One humorous moment
was when the Duke cf
Edinburgh ducked under a
multicolcured be ds p e a d
while driving through Ma,
haut . another was when
he paused to return the greet,
ings of a pretty girl whose hair
was screwed up into a mass
of 'bobinettes' (hair curlers),
and asked her: "When are
you going to take those~things
off" .. The mystery of the
two Federal Senators, b-th
of whose names were struck
off the invitation list, we are
reliably informed, but one of
whom received (and accept,
ed) a second invitation to
attend the punchparty, is
another sparkling topic in
Roseau town!
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Vieille Case
Democrats
Defeated

Successful candidates in
the Vieille Case v i i lag e
council election held on
November 9 (all Labour)
were:- Messrs. J. L. Royer,
L.O. LeBlanc, M. Elizee,
Augustus LeBlanc and Per,
cival Graneau. Our infor,
mant Mr. Alpha Johnson
regardsthisas a n index to
the next general election.
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Banana shipment of 13th November, 1984:
STEMS TONS
Roseau 44.344 553
'ortsmouth 52 88o 668
Zoast -
97,224 1,221
exports to 5th November, 1964 2,848,019 34,333
Exports to 13th November, 1964 2,945,243 35,554
Exports to I3th November, 1963 2,335,177 29,470
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.rineola, New York, Nov. 18 "is
court battle which was in prospect
e yesterday shows that one vote 28 H.P_-4
oag thousands can determine an 10 gears-
tion.
On Monday, the Board of Elec' against wai
Is finished its official recoun: on Enquiries:
November 3 election results for
district judgeship and declared ,C BELL(
us R. LippmPa, a Democrat, 29 Kennl
iner cver Francis X. Altimari, a
publican, The totals:
Lippman...... 53,371
Altimari....... 53,370
---- FORD PR
WIFE NOTICE General 0O
[, SONTYSON of Salybia, here- pletel, N
declare that I am no longer
ponsible for any debts or other For furtl
abilities incurred by my wife Contact:-
LA (ned THOMAS) .wh- has left
home and protection without M.
t cause. He
;d.) SON TYSON
v. 14-28


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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1964


Harold Wilson his grave problem of racism
in South Africa, the Rap;
on S. Africa porten'r declared.
Mr. E. C. Anyaoku, of
There will be an embargo Nigeria, also welcomed the
on the export of arms to British decision.-BIS
South Africa, d-clared Brit,
ish P. M. Harold Wilson Teacher, Nursing
in the House of Commons sister Decorated
on Tuesday lkst week. N) -
new contracts for the supply Miss Mary A. a s c a ,
of military equipment to S. retired teacher, who worked
Africa would be permitted; many years fcr infant we!flre
existing contracts would be in Marigot, will receive her
fulfilled, but those for the M. B. E. Decoration during
sixt~en Buccaneer aircraft an investiture at Melville
would have to be reconsider' Hall Airport on Sunday from
ed. 'This arms embargo," Cc!onel Alee cLovelace.
said Mr. Wilson, "bring; Sister Anthony, Nursing
British policy into line with Nun of Portsmouth Hospital,
U.N. poii-y on armaments." receives her B. E. M. on the
Questioned cn the possible same occasion.
loss of use of the Simonstown
base near Capetown by Brit, Death Grash In
ish voices as a result of the
embargo, Mr. Wilson replied Rome
that the agreement over the Roman Catholic Bishop
base could not be renounced Edwarc DAly ofDe; Moines,
without proper negotiation. Iowa, vias among 43 victims
"Sirnons:owr," he added, who died in a TWA aircrash
"would be worthless in any in Rome on Monday last.
war that the Sotth A fricans Tle Bish.,- was zrturnitg to
did not approve of." America after attendi-n the


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lates: :cumenical session of
The Vatican Council. Many
of the crash victims were em-
ployees (or their families) of
TransWorld Airlines. Se,


---Th-Ch-airman of the veral persons on the flight
Un i t ed Nations General were taken to hospital in a
Assembly's Special Corn, critical condition and died
mittee on Apartheid, M:. afterwards. R o m e airport
Archar M1arof of Guitea police are investigating.
r ece n t ly warmly Press Controi By
welcomed the British Gowv e o rl
ernment's decision to halt Government
arns supplies to South
Africa.. In Ceylon, P. M. Mrs.
Mr. Ram Malhotra of Bandarana;ke has taken over
Nep-l, the Committee Rap, the Press through her Minis/
porreur, also exprersed the try of Information. Opposi,
appreciation of all members tion Parties have held mass
for the British Government's demonstrations to protest tnat
decision, the Press has been "gagged".
"T h e attitude of the
present Labour Government CARD OF THANKS
and its latest decision is not Mr. & Mrs. Ivan Dorival and
only a gesture of friendship family, and Mrs. Fran-isca Dorival
towards the people of South wish (G thank all those who partici-
Africa and the people of the pated in the burying of Fenwick
.Africa ad the people o the Dorival, who passed away on the
African continent as a whole, 16th November, 1964; their Con-
and to all of the non-white doleices have been gratefully receiv-
peoples of the world, but it ed.
is a gesture of support for the He leaves to mourn his loss his
U. N. which is seized of wife, and seven children.
Banana Shpment of 19th November, 1964:
STEMS TONS
Roseau 32,387 408
Portsmouth -
Coast lo,639 144
43,o26 552
Exports to 13th November, 1964 2,945,243 35,554
Exports to 19th November, 1964 2,988,269 36,Io6
Exports to 19th November, 1963 2,362,172 29,781
Increase 1964 compared with 1963 626,097 6,325


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PAGE SIX DOMINICA HERALD

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1964 -

A LOT TO BE DONE


AS Mental Health Week draws to a
close the Dominica Mental Health
Association can congratulate itself on
having made considerable progress in the
last three years. No longer is the Mental
Hospital a "lunatic asylum" and officially
part of the gaol; instead it is administered
by the medical department a.nd the n"mn,
ber of patients fluctuates between 15 and
40 instead of over So. This has been
achieved partly by drawing the attention
of the sad plight of the mentally ill to the
authorities concerned, but largely by a
change of attitude by the public (the voter
and taxpayer).
Much work is still to be done and,
more than ever, people are beginning to
realise that there is no stigma attached to mental
illness. The mind breaks down occasion
ally from the stresses and strains of life,
just as the body can catch diseases.when
in a weakened state. Mental illness,
tdmaref isno .more -s~aneful than
pneumonia, and can (in these days), be
as completely cured.
SFifteen patients only are in Dominica's
mental hospital as we write these words.
But this does not represent the number of
mentally ill in Dominica who are in
desperate need of medical attention. If
one includes all the alcoholics (a form of
mental illness), the depressed persons, the
"wild" men and women who curse and
rave aggressively whenever they are frus,
treated, and the more or less harmless
wanderers who roam the streets muttering
to themselves, then the number of sick in
mind must number over a thousand (as
one authority stated at a lecture this week).
.All these people could be helped, perhaps
cured, by proper psychiatric treatment.
But these persons would have to come to
a mental hospital as voluntary patients -
under their own steam. Could any doctor
persuade them to go to that "asylum" next
to the prison, with its lack of amenities,
lack of a qualified psychiatrist, and grim
atmosphere We doubt it; the shame


attached is too great.
In Britain, over three-quarters of the
patients in mental hospitals (which are
bright, cheerful, unbarred places with
beautiful gardens) are voluntary patients.
They have not been committed by a
magistrate and two doctors as "raving
"lunatics"; they have come to hospital on
the advice of their physician to be curd -.
and cured most of them are, often in a
matter of wLeks. And when they return
home, the neighbours do not treat them as
"crazy", they just say, "Mrs. So-and-so
had a nervous breakdown" or, "Mr.
Whatsit has just come out of hospital",
and they do what they can to be friendly
and help them.
"A country is judged by the way it
treats its mentally sick" it has been said.
More and more, it has come to be realized
that the whole quality of a nation or a
community can be judged by its state of
mental health. Hitler suffered from one
of the most catching mental diseases -
paranoia and he infected the minds of
millions of Germans; the moral is clear.
Let us make up our minds to use the best
medical care in the best hospital or clinic,
cal conditions to make sure that, in the
future, Dominica will be a well-balanced,
socially normal society. To do this we
have to lay our plans NOW for the ser,
vices of a psychiatrist and for the building
of a wing of the Princess Margaret Hos,
pital for mental patients. Only then can
we alleviate the sufferings of the wretched
people who live in states of fear, depression
and anxiety and who above all are afraid
to be branded as crazy if they are sent to
"that place by the prison."
Mental illness in Dominica is often
hidden, by the patient or by the family
who are "shamed", but cure is possible,
and the people themselves should press
their Government into, taking steps to re,
move this canker from our midst. (Our
second editorial will appear on page 11).


People's Post
Correpondents are asked to ~bmit their full names and addresses as
a guarantee of good faith, but not necessarily for puhicatin'. Letters should
beas short as possible. Controversial political Iztters will not be pub-
iskhed anonymously. Views expressed in People's Post do not necessarily
reflect the policy of the Editor or the r'roprietor.
LABOUR AND Conference held at Colihaut
last Sunday and particularly
EXPLOITATION of the election of Mr.Armour


Dear Madam,-I was ex,
tremely pleased to read of the
unusual turn-out at the
Labour Party's Annual


as General Secretary.
Th e President's pro*
nouncement about exploit,
tion has made an impact and


has arrested the. attention of
at least a few thinking people
- quote:
"The Party is neatly op,
posed to exploitation of the
poor by the rich or the ex,
ploitation of the have-nots by
the haves." (Vide Chronicle
of the i8th).
The question now to be
resolved is whether all indi,
vidual members of the execu,
tive committee are opposed


.^


to exploitation of the poor steps have yet been taken to improve
by the poor or of the not-so- the unsanitary conditions in Roseau.
poor by the not-so-poor or The problem of the insanitary toilets
r the ot-r have never been tackled, yet the un-
even of the moderately-well- bearable pungent odour given off by
off by the moderately/well, these unhealthy latrines disturb the
off. If so then the Party's nostrils of the thousands who walk
policy in this connection is the nearby streets, for instance the la-
satisfactor;ly good enough. trine on the right bank of the new
If the Party's emphasis bid"get.
the ry ephas suggest to the responsible officials
relative to this policy covers that they consider a very simple reme,
all forms of exploitation then dy--tLat they demolish the bucket
it will have to make sure that system and install pipes, ..
the motives of every member This does not call for a costly major
of the executive committee operation and is sure to improve our
sanitary conditions of the town.
(which speaks through the Yours,
President on behalf of the SALOHCIN DROFFILC,
total membership) are attuned Roseau.
to that laudable policy. The
old leaven should not remain Professor Of
unpurged. "New w i n e Psychiatry UWI
must not be put into old Mic
wine-skins." Dr. Micheal Beauburn, M.B.,
inesinsh.B. (Edn.), D.PM., (ofTrini.
SHigh standards are always dad) has been appointed to the new
-known to rest securely on Chair of Psychiatry at the University
foundations which are im,, of the West Indies, IMona. Dr.
pregnable from e v er y Beauburn has been acting as Medical
direction. Superintendent of the St Anns Hos-
pital in Trinidad. He is Chairman
No principle of a very of the Caribbean Federation of
high order (which is not Mental Health.
meaningfully backed by every Tht Chair his been established
leading members who unite fiom a grant of $200,000 (U.S.)
with others in having it pro, made to the University for a period
of six years by the Foundation's
claimed) will shine very Fund for Research in Psychiatry.
brightly on the mountain
top which is claimed to be ANNOUNCEMENT
their own. THE SILVERY THISTLE
The vibrating voice of the
T r-o one of the world's leading
new Secretary in this respect one of the wold's leading
should reflect the harmonising correspondence cenit r e s! -
rshoun ect t evearmoni w Order free details via air mail
response of everyone who almanac
agrees that exploitation in all on the newest photo almanac
its aspects should be de- with photos of 895 ladies.
snounced. and prospectuses on indivi,
nounced .. .


AN ADVOCATE,
Roseau.

Insanitary Streets
Dear Sir,
Despite the many complaints
of visitors and the many speeches
given about the maintenance of pu-
blic health in Dominica, no concrete


dual introductions, pen pal
lists, etc. NOW 1o,ooo
MEMBERS THROUGH,
OUT THE WORLD!
WHY NOT YOU TOO?.
THE SILVERY THISTLE
2 Hamburg 72,DH
Germany
Nov. 28


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 8, 1964


The People Gets The

Government It Deserves...

HOW far does this apply to us in Dominica ? Take a
lo'k at Coney Island and probably you can draw
your own conclusion. Our government has failed to see
that Coney Island is detrimental to me economy and so
they have allowed them to come in. And we the people
of Dominica whose pockets are directly affected by Coney
Island also gave great support to it.
Where are our senses ? Did the $70,000 carried
away last time have no effect on us W? ll if we could
not s:e how Coney Island was detrimental, could we not
ask ourselves, "How is Ccney Island helping us? ". Is it
solving any of our problems ? Is it helping to eradicate de-
linquency Is it helping ,o eradicate illegitimacy ? Is it
helping to educate our people ? is it bringing money to
our Island i These are the questions we should ask our-
selves before lavishly spending cur money at Cor.ey Island.
Probably you, the readers, of this article, can still do some,
thing about it by withholding support. Let us try to help
our country by not making the same mistakes as our gov,
ernm.nt.
N. PREVOST, writing in S.M.A.'s
"Marian Messenger."







SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, T964


OUR BEHAVIOUR AT RALLIES..

WE were well expecting the Royl visit of H.R.H. the
Duke of Edinburgh to be a memorable and exqui,
site one. In a sense it was, however, it is a pity that things
turned out so badly at the Rally of the schools a: the Botan,
ical Gardens.
First of all, there was no crganizat;on. The schools
were asked :c be there at 1o:5 when the Duke was not
arriving until 10:45; this resulted in many children fainting.
This long waiting also caused the children to grow ex,
treamly restless and so the lnes were broken and there was
no order among them. The organizers shoulI have asked
the schools to be there a little later than the prescribed time.
Let us pass over the other faults of the Rally like the
failing P.A. system and the C.M.'s speech and move on to
the other "faux pas" made by the schools.
On the Duke's tour around the arou_-ds the students
could be seen rushing from one side to the other which re,
suited in some having worse views than if they had stayed
where they were. There was no march pass and no cheers
were giver. Thanks to the dance given tle day was saved.
My object in speaking of all these faults is to show the
students how childish and destructive it is to be disorderly
at such functions. True enough it showed -'ur enthusiasm
and joy of the visit but we should never let it get out of
hand. In so doing you bring down your name, thR name
of your school, the name of your country.
-(Editorial in "The Marian Messenger"


The Prince At
Marigot
From ten a.m. on Monday it was
a pleasure to see all kinds of Motor
Vehicles coming from the villages
packed with people, to the Melville
Hall terminal building and making
-se eraltrips. The trucks with teach.
ers and the children of the schools
from Saiyhia, Atkinson, Concord,
Iverios, Marigot, Wesley, Woodford-
Hill, Calibishie were busy too wth
their several trrps. Ovrr 2,000 cnild-
ren, most of them dressed in vhite,
were in readiness to see His Royal
Hpghness and to sing the Pa.notic
song "I pledge to thee my country"
at 3.30 1he parents gua.dians and
all adults woo could be out were. L
the Airtield, numbering over 3,000
with ui c jcreemla'ioil to Iave a
personal look at His Koyl High.
ness, the Dea ly B-lovtd husband
of Our utacus Qi'een who arrived
precisely at a quarter pest 4. p m.
with His Honour Alec Lovelace
the Chief Minister and Mrs. Ledlanc
the minister for Labour & Social
Services, Honourable W. S. Stevens.
The Chief cf Police and his staff
and the special B.B.C. representative
who about an hour previously was
on the lawn making preparatio- for
the broadcasting. His Royal High,
ness stood on a small platform, and
after tile plying of the National
Anthem he spoke to the 2,ooo chil-
dren who stood in front of him.
His Royal Highness with limited
time at His disposal -- spoke to four
ex-service meIi who were present on
the lawn. During the time His
Royal Highness was addressing the
children and people, it was a joy to
hear the crowd saying. "He is a
handsome Duke. One day we shall
see Our Gracious Queen." After
three cheers were given by the Hon
Minister for Labour and Social
Services, His Royal Highness and
the special officials who were with
him from Roseau went to Governor
Estate to visit the Soldiers there and
afterwards drove to Portsmouth.
GUSTAVUS TIMOTHY, J.P. M.B.E.


New Bcard Of
Education
The new Board of Education,
constituted under the provisions of
the Education Ordinance, 1949
(No. 3 of 1949), will hold itsinaug-
ural meeting at 2.30 p. m. at the
Executive Council Chamber, Minis,
tersal Buildings, on Thursday 3rd
December, 1964.
The new; B6ard is appointed f"r a
period ofwo years from the Ist Nov-
ember and is made up of the follow-
ing fourteen persons.
The Education Officer, Chairman-
The Resident Tu:or, U.W.I.
The Principals of the -
Convent High School
Wesley High School
St. Mary's Academy
The Headmaster, Dominica G. S.
A representative of the Dominica
Teachers Union
Mr. Keith Alleyne, Q.C.,
Mr. Cletus Angol
Mr. L. A. Pinar, O.B.E.,
Mr. L. I. Austin, B.A., L.L.B.,
Cert. Ed.
Mr. J. J. Robinson
Mr. C. O. James
Miss M. E. Charles, B.A., B.C.L,
The' functions of the Board are
mainly to advice the Government or
educational policy a nd principals
The Board may also advi se the
Educaton Officer on adminisirativi
questions referred to it and assist him
in the flaming of rules and regulations
for submission to the Government,
At the inaugural aee t i n g on
Thursday 3rd December, the Hon
W, S. Stevens, Minister for Labour
and Social Service% is expected to
address the new Board on major
points of educational policy. --GIS


Dominica last Sunday. Af-
ter some music by the Music
Lovers Government Band,
the Mayor cf Roseau, Coun-
cillor S. Lestrade, gave a
bief address in which he
outlined the history of the
assassination ofJcbn Fitzge,
raid Kennedy one year pre-
vio:isly, stating that the ob,
ject of so him.ing a street in
Roseau w a s a s a lasting
memorial to a great man.
Brother Sallivan, deputies,
ing in the absence of a mem,
br of the United States
Conrulate from Barbados,
delivered a brief eulogy of ehe
late U. S. President, then
unveiled the plaque bearing
the street name "Kennedy
Avenue" on the wall of the
old hospital compound. Tne
last post was then sounded,
during which il stood to
attention and a serving soldier
from th" U. S. Army, Don,
inicanbo'n Ma ster Sgt.
A ustin G. Alexander, who
took leave to return to
his birthplace especially, sa,
luted the Americai Stars
anA Stripes.
Couinillor Veronica Nic,
holas then cut the tape across
the "Avenue" and (after a
short technical hitch) a rocket
soared away into the sky
bursting into stars over by
the river mouth, during a
spell of perfect weather after
morning rain.
The invited guests (and
also, it seemed, half Roseau)
then proceeded to the mar,
quee in Windsor Park, where
champagne and other drinks
were served to guests.
Arrangements for dividing
the crowd from the guests
were not strict; but the loud-
speakers did not break down,
and the Avenue itself was
clean and gaily decorated
with flags and bunting-bet,
ter decorated than for the
Prince's visit.


e Ministers Bid
Farewell To Ad-
eministrator And
S Mrs. Lovelace


The Chief Minister and
* Minister of Finance, the
SHonourable E. 0. Le Blanc,
r and other Ministers of Go-
vernment the Honourables
'KTA V T H-% noIu


N. A. N. Ducreay, W. S.
Stevens, and L. C. Didier,
Kennedy Avenue as well as the Member with-
Opened out Portfolio the Honi. R. P.
St. Luce, met His Honour
In a simple but impressive the Administrator, Lt. Co.
ceremony, t h e name o f Alec Lovelace, C. M. G,
Kennedy was perpetuated in MBE, MC, and Mrs. Love,


lace in the Executive Coun,
cil Chamber on 2ist No,
member, the scene of their
their-year long association
with His Honour in the
formulation of Government
policy, and the disposal of
other matters of public ince-
rest -- in order to bid fare-
well to them in view of their
impending departure from
the territory on retirement,
Expressions of gratitude
and appreciation were ex-
changed between the chief
Minister and his Colleagues
on the one hand and His
Honour who associated Mrs.
Lovelace with his sentiments,
on the other.
Following this, the Chief
Minister, on behalf of his
colleagues and himself, pre,
sented His Honour and Mrs.
Lovelace with a gift of a set


of table napkins decorated
with tropical designs, a coat
of Arms of Dominica and a
card signed by all of them.
In their turr, His Honour
and Mrs. Lovelce presented
the Chief Minister and his
colleagues with a large
wooden shield surmounted
by nine small silver shields
which it was suggested might
be used for whatever village
council purpose it was de,
cided to use it.

This farewell function was
held on Nov. 21 in view of
the fact that the Chief Minis/
ter will be leaving the island
on Monday 23rd November
and does not expect to return
before the Administrator and
Mrs. Lovelace's departure
fram the island on the and
December. GIS.


NOTICE

FIELD OVERSEERS required for Melville
Hall and Castle Bruce Estates,,
Salary commensurate, with experiencet.
Apply:-- MANAGER, ..
Melville Hall Estate.


Nov.z8-Dec.5


Here's HEALTH


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PAGE EIGHT

PAT STEVENS
NOTE BOOK

POLITICS IN DOMINICA
POLITIcs deals with the mainer
of the way of life in the state and the
way in which its functions is seen in
the process of time. Some people look
at politics as something only designed
for a few, or perhaps a feature of base
values. The science of politics is of a
very high academic value, and ought
not to be regarded as something mean.
The London School of Economics
provides the opportunity for research
in political science, as well as among
other recognized insLitutio.s. It would
be a good thing for us to concern
ourselves with the affairs of the siate,
and refrain from the philosophy that
"I am net interfering with politics"
for if you don't it does with you. For
legislation of the state must be ob-
served by every citizen of the state or
resident of the state.
How do we look at politics in
this Island! Perhaps too sentiment,
tally and individualistically for na-
iional progress. Our sentiments
generally create the atmosphere for va-
luing in the wrong director, and too
often we fal to come to any logical
conclusion on the very simplest ef
issues. Let me illustrate for one mo-
ment. We tend to concern ourselves
not with the utility and inefficiency of
the individual, but with the know,
ledge f who is the individual and
whence he came. This behaviour is
vy evident in our capital city.
Political selfishness is one of those
ag that contributes largely to retar,
ding national progress. No section of
society should envy the setting up of
a development project in an area
wheteit is absolutely necessary. For


DOMINICA HERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, :964


in building a country we must ex- important than the individual in a
cct a fair distribution of devdeop- developing society or in other words
ment. To concentrate only in one the natin is responsible for its
direction is likely to create ideal con- society,
d~iid fn d ii blcnl f'rc h i


UIIU onir UJIIUn raUl ledLUacor; sULcI -s
an acute housing problem thus resiul
ting at some future date in a very grave
unemployment situation. Develop,
ments in any area in a country must
be treated as an asset to national pro-
gress. At this junction it is necessary
to compare and contrast the way in
which we treat our politics here: it is
far different from that of our sister
Eastern Caribbean territories. Facing
the facts is one of our weaknesses in
our political doctrine and the other is
to fal to hold in high esteem our
potentials.
We are usually ashamed of our an-
atomy and physiology as far as this
country is concerned but must realize
that we are not responsible for the
potographv. To strike a:otier note
in the music of our political ideology
we have the tendency to avoid pro.,
bouncing on any political injustice
and we are only willing to do so only
when we are affected one way or oth,
er. All these political ailments must
be cured before we can think in terms
of national movement.
There is something peculiar about
politics in big countries which per,
haps we need to copy which of
course may do us all good. When
matters of vital importance come
before these countries they are treated
on a national bisis. For instance
the appointment of Mr. Gordon
Walker as Foreign Secr.tary when
he did not gain a seat as an elected
member of the House ofCommons
and the appointment of Sir Alec
Douglas Home as Prime Minister
who was taken from the Hcuse of
Lords. The whole theory of every
argument is that the state is more


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Lord Taylor In
Barbados
British Labour Peer Lord
Taylcr said on arrival at Sea' ti
well Airport Barbados last (
Monday that the British
Government was pleased to i
hear of the progress made
towards a niw federation,
and hopes plans will go
ahead. Lord Taylor, who
was accompanied by his
Secretary, Mr. Charles Staple.
ton, held talks with Sir John
Stow and will meet the
'Lit:le 7" Ministers for dis, c
cussion.
Lord Taylor was created a a
life Peer in 1958, having I
previously been M. P. for
Catnet from 1945-50.
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gates attending the C.P.A. i
meeting in Jamaica donated
$300o to the fund for needy
U.W.I. Students.

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Department of Agriculture,
Rose u,
Domir-ica, W. I.
23rd November, 1964.

NOTICE
Outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease
in Guadeloupe
The Agricultural Superintendent has been advised
hat there is an outlireak of Foot aind Mouth Disease in
Guadeloupe.
The following precautions are being enfcrced
mmediatty:
(i) The importation of Livestock, Poultry
and meat from that source is prohibited.
(i) All passengers arriving from Guadelocpe by
boat or by air must disinfect their shoes
with the facilities provided at rhe place of
disembarkation.
Foot and Mouth Disease is highly communicable to
rattle, pig ind sheep. Poultry can be carriers of the dis,
ase. All persons are kindly asked to co operate wi-h the
authorities to safeguard against entry of this disease into
Dominica.
STANLEY O. PRINGLE
Acting Agricultural Superintendent.
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The presentation was made on behalf of the Society by the Chairman of
the local Board of Trustees, Mr. C.G. Phillip and was received on behalf of Gov,
ernment by the Honourable R.P. St. LDce, Member without Poitfolio, who was
then Ag. Minister for Labour and Social Services. The ceremony took place at
the Imray Ward of the Hospital on the 27th August.
Appearing in the picture from left to right are: Honorary Members of
the Board: Miss Ruth Nicholas and Mrs. Louisa Riviere; Board Member: Mrs.
Beryl Harris, Mr. S.J. Lewis. Mr. Alick Lazarre, (Secretary), Mr. C.G. Phillip
(Chairman) and Miss Irene Davis.


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TENDERS


TENDERS to supply the
following items and services
to all Government Depart,
ments, throughout: the island
are invited for the period ist
January to 3Ist December,
1965:-
(2) Fresh Meat (N.B.
Local Meat to be sub,
ject to inspection)
(b) Ground provisions
(c) Fresh Fish
(d) Green Vegetables
(e) Groceries
(f) Eggs
(g) Laundry Service
(sheets etc.) for the
Hostel, Dominica
Grammer School only
(h) Motor Omnibus Mail
and Passenger Service
between the towns of
Reseau a P. d Ports,
mouth
(j) Transport of Public
Office':s
(j) Making of Uniforrms
for Government
Officers
(k) Gaslenec
(1) Kerose :e
(m) Diesel Fuel
(n) Lubricating Oils
(o) Lubricating Greases
.(p) Tyres and Tibes
---q) Batteries
(r) Brake Fluid
(s) Spark Plugs
(k) Asphalt R. C. 2
2. Tenders to supply
"(a)" to "(g)" to the Hostel,
Dominica Grammar School
should be in respect of the
period xst December, 1964
to 31it-D memberr, 1965.
3. With regard to item
"(i)" tenders should specify
the rates in respect cf the
following journey:-
Within Roseau
Aquatic Club
Believue Chopin
Canefiidd
Castle Comfort
Castle Bruce Junction
Clark Hall
Copt Hall
Emshall
Eveiton
Fortune
Geneva
Goodwill
Grand Bay
Hillborough
Kings Hill
La Haut
Layou
Leper Home
L'Imprevue
,Loubiere
Mahaut
Massacre
Morne Bruce
Morne Daniel
Moant.Joy


Mount St. Mary
Observation Station


Penrice
Poinre Michel
Quarantine Stations
Ridgefield
Riversdale
River Estate
Rockaway
St. Aromant (via Bath
Estate Bridge)
St.Aromint (viaGoodwill)
St. Joseph
Shawford
Snug Corner
Springfield
Sylvania
Trafalgar
Tranquility
Wireless Station
Wotton Waven
and vice versa. The prices
tendered should include the
double journey though tend,,
ers should state what reduc,
tion, if ary, would be made
if the car is occupied one
way only. Tenders should
state the rate per mile for
j-urnevs not specified and
the reduction, if any, in the
event of th. ..ar being occu,
pied one way only. No
chu-ge for detention should
be made for the first horr,
but subsequent hours may
be tendered for, at so much
p;r hour, or poliicn thereof.
4. Details of the Uni,
forms concerned, with regard
to "(j)" are as follows:-


for Supplies to all Govern- sell (widow of the former Leader of
meant Departments, 1965" the Labour Party), who will deal
should be addressed: with Human-Rights and Social
Sffairs; and Sir Geoffrey de Freitas
The Chairman, M.P., who will be responsible for
Tenders Board, Trusteeship and Colonial questions.
Ministry of Finance, Mr. George Thomson, Minister of
ROSEAU. State at the Foreign Office, is also
and should reach the Minis- expected-to visit New York during
,the general assembly period.
try of Finance not later than 4 t a a
p.m. on November 30, 1964.
8. The Government does Communications
not bind itself to accept the For Geests
lowest or any tender.
No. 21 28 ,,..., .. ^ r


TENDERS FOR LORRY-
HIRE DURING 1965
It is Governments inten-
tion to invite Tende:s for
Dumper Trucks for the car-
riage of materials in the con,
struction of roads during
1965. All persons interested
should contact the Chzir,
man, Tenders Board, Minis-
try of Finance, giving name,
address etc.
2. Replies should be re,
ceived by the Tenders Board
not later than /3oth Novem,
ber 1964. As soon after the
above date as possible, a
meeting will be called of
interested parties so that gov,
ernment's requirements can
be explained in detail before
calling for formal tenders for
specific projects.
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Sun Beam Mac


(a) In Khaki for the Correction
N.C.O.'s
(b) In Khaki Drill for And auction
all Graded -Subordi,
nate officers and any The written judgement by Magis-
o t h e r Government rate Copeland in the case of the
Officers to whom Sun Beam Mac charged with having
Clearance from St. Kits for to bags
uniforms are issued. of sugar when 50 bags were on
(c) In Khaki Drill for board resulted in the conviction of
Excise Officers the master, George Henry. The
(d) In blue serge and judgement however states: "But
cotton d u c k ior since I consider the discrepancy was
S shown by the Treasurer to have
Treasury boatmen been due to inadverience and not
(e) In Khaki Drill for to any fraudulent intention, I simply
the Keeper of the administer a caution following
Prison and Prison correction".
Warders Owner of the boat is Aubrey
SMcQuilkin. Capt. George was
(f) In blue serge and represented by Mr. Keith Alleyne
white du c k for Q.C., associated with Mr. C. C.
N. C. O,s and man of Beausoleil.
the Police Force.
5. Requirements may fluc -
tuate. Hence there can be Lord aradon To
no guarantee of the purchase ea tih
-of fixed quantities or volume L ad British U.N.
at any particular time. Delegation
6. The conditions of the
contract with the schedules Lord Caradon, formerlyy Sir
ifor supplies may be seen at Hugh Foot) the Minister of State for
th e Financial Secretary' Foreign Affairs, will lead the British
the F ancl Secretary delegation to the 19th session of the
Office. The attention of United Nations General Assembly
parties tendering is invited to which opens in New York on
these conditions. December r.
S Tenders which should Lord Caradon, will be supported
7. Tenders which should at e general assembly by Lord
be in sealed envelopes and Chalfont, Minister of Sate, for
,marked distinctly "Tenders Disarmament Affairs; Lady Gait,


'Wllng Lto tu eaCl oi a
reliable telephone service,
Geest Industries have decided
to install their own commu,
nications system. Here last
week to make the installation
was Mr. Mercer of Cable &
Wireless Ltd. Three I35
watt -ransreceivers will be
used, one at the Roseau
Office, one at Long House,
Portsmcuth and the third at
Woodford Hill.
Also here last week were
Cable & Wireless officials,
Area Engineer Stan Crowe,
and Telephone En gi r e e r
Leslie Hill on a routine vis't.


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POMINICA HERALD


PAGE NINE


Kennedy Cultural Centre
Two years ago this manth,
President Kennedy launched a
nation-wide campaign for fajds -o
build a cultural centre ir. the action'ss
capital.
Future generations, Mr. Kennedy
declared, will remember the United
State "not for victories or defeats in
battle or in politics, but for our con'
tribution to the human spirit".
A year later, the Prsident was
dead. But the campaign for the
cultural centre continued.
On December 2, President Tohn-
son.will participate in breaking the
ground for the JohhF. Kennedt
Centre for the Performing Aftd.
which will rise on the bank of tte
Potomac River near the memorial to
Abraham Lincoln.

Contractor's Services
When you want to build, be it a
business place, a dwelling house or
renovation In or out of town you
need a Builder Contractor. Why
not contact D. J. B. Bruney (popu-
larly known as Brother Bruns),
48 Steber Street, Pottersville for
top quality workmanship.
Moderate Prices.
For reference contact Dominica
Cooperative Bank or Mr. Ted Honey-
church.








PAGE TEN DOMINICA HERALD


We print below, verbatim,the report
on the Labour Party ConferencA
as received from the Secretary Mr.
R.O.P, Armour.
Annual General
Conference of
Dominica Labour
Party
Th e Dominica Labour
Party held its Gercral An-
nual Conference at Colihaut
on Sunday the 5th Novem,
ber, 1964,
The meeting was consi,
derably larger than the 8th
Annual Ceneral Meeting
heldat Grandbay in
November last year and it is
estimated that about 300
m e m b e r s and supporters
attended.
The meeting commenced
at about 11.30 a. m. and the
formal was concluded at
2.oo p. m.
At this meeting a welcome
address was delivered by Mr.
R. Lecointe. He welcomed
members to the meeting at
Colihautand spoke of the
necessity for cooperation in
developing the party and for
the development of the pre,
sent and coming generation.
Mr. W. Stephens; Minis/
ter for.Labour and Social
Srtvices-the Chairman called
on Mr. R. ,.P. Armour,
Editor of the voice of La-,
bour to address the meeting,
he spoke of the need for party
organisation to effect Econo-
mic and Social Development
by helping the Minister to
plan and discuss problems
and putting forward suggest,
tions through the party to the
Ministers. The Chairman
read the speech of Mr. N. A.
N. Ducreay to the Confe,
rence. He apologized for
his absence through illness.
The speech dealt only with
the benefits of free organize,
tions. The nec essity to
identify the Parry with Go.
vernment, the building of
feeder roads, the resuscitation
of the Banana Industry, the
efforts of the Government in
Education, the livestock and
fishery scheme which pro,
vided subsidies, duty free gas
and repairs etc and the com,
mencement of the pumice
industry.
Finally he made an appeal
for membership drive but
warned against this at the
expense of serious and true
party members. The chaii,
man then spoke in his role
as Vice-President of the party.
He stressed the need for a
growing awareness of the peo-
ple of parties which were


generally in their interests be unable by their own lapse
making an analogy with the to vote. He ended by qua3i
advent of power of the Bri, ing from the watchwords of
tish Labour Party and the the voice of Labour, he re-
wide national support it had e c h o e d the philosophy
g a i ne d. He enlightened "Truth, hardwork, an honest
members on the concern of deed from each according
the Party for security for the to his ability to each accord,
working man and the effort ing to his need all for each
of the Government in this and each for all.
direction to essure that after A variety of serious and
s e v eII years Government searching questions were put
workers at all level would to the Executive duiriig the
have the right to a gratuity open question time.
corresponding with the length Miss Acme Trocard Assistant
of their service. He spoke of Secretary then readout the Secretary's
the Government's progress to R;port t the ye.r 1963 -64. It
secure outlets for the unem- stated that the party's efforts to
secure the n achieve increased circulation of the
played by the American Farm pany organ and the development of
Labour Scheme and the Branches was not up to expectation.
Domestic Workers Scheme He mentioned the expulsion of Mr.
in Canada. The Govern, E.C. Loblack from the party and
men was now ensuring that the readmission of the Mr. Pat
these o otntes w Stephensin September last. He talk
these opportunities were ed of the need to rebuild the Bran-
available to all on an Island che and hoped that with the ap-
level without preference. He pointment of Mr. R.O.P. Ar..our
talked of the expended and as Editor the magazine would now
expanding teacher train increase its circulation. He express-
expang ta ed happiness at his pawt service and
programme and appealed to regret that he would be unable to
parents to ensure that their serve age as Dominica Labour Party
children went to school. He General Secretary but promised his
mentioned that a mobile maximium cooperation.
Library Service would soon A resolution by the Political
be available. He ended by Leaders set the party bests wishes
congratulating the village to the President Mr. N.A.N.
con ln the vlle Ducrcay for a speedy recovery and
council of Cohihaut for their for a speedy recovery and
council of Cohaut for their regretted that he as unable to attend.
achievements at village better The conference rose sometime
menc and the people generally after two and luncheon and lavish
for the staging of (here theie refreshments were served.
was nI typing due to a shot The minutes of the th Annual
carbon piper.-Ed.) General Conference at Grandbay
carbon paperu--Ed.) in November, 1963 were read and
Mr. O. E., LeBlan: Poli, confired as amended.
tical Leader of the Party and The Treasurer's Report was read
Chief Minister of Dominica and accepted by the meeting. Writ-
Chief Minister of Dominica ten questions and motions were then
delivered a rousing and pro answered and discussed by the Con-
longed address, clarified ference. The Chairman then dis;
party ideology as regards solved the executive body and vaca-
socialism stressing the fact ted the chair. ,
that the Government did nor The following offices we elected
that the Government did not I db t onferenence to
or reelectedby the conferenence to
intend to monopolize all serve on the executive for the year
fields of industry but ensure 1964--1965.
that democracy was not
painted by bribery and ccr,
rapt elective practices. He Presid
did not believe it, robbing
Peter to pay Paul but to take
from each according to this
capacity to contribute for the
good society. He also spoke
on the Government's efforts
as regards security of daily
paid workers. He touched
on the, Government's policy
to ensure the eradication of
local waste as a prerequisite
to demanding aid, he spoke
of the planned road building
programme and its necessary
restriction due to priorities
and the necessity for approval
of grants by the Colonial
Secretary. He spoke of the
right and duty of the citizens
to ensure that they register
when the enumerating was Mr. Patrick Gordon
done next year and the dan, bour Government, p
ger that if this was not done when he visited the
people who wished would visit to the United S


Mr. N.A.N. Dtcreay
Mr. W.S. Stevens
Mr. R.O.P. Armour
Mr. C.C. Jrmes
Miss Acme Tr-card
Mrs. M. James
s


President
Vice
President
Secretary
Treasurer
Assistant
Secretary
Member-
hip Secretary


Mr. Stedman Patrick Agent
Fonr additional committee members
Mr. A.A. Bellot
Miss Angelina Dc.uglas
Mr. Emanuel I.,artin
Miss Alice Wyke
The Political leader (by convention
the ChiefMiiister and other elected
members of the Legislative Council
are alo member of the Executive
committee ex officio.
The conference ended at around
5.30 p.m.


IMigrants In
Britain
The Home Secr:tary, Sir
Frank Soskice, said last
week in Parliament that it
was essential n.t to harm
Commonwealth relation,
ship; he thought the Minis,
tries cf Housing, Education
and Health hid big parts to
play in helping Britain to
absorb new migrants. "At
present", he added, "effective
immigration control is indis,
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DOMINICA HERALD


EDITORIAL COLUMN (Cont. from p. 6
LABOUR PARTIES CONTRASTED

WE have said before in these columns that not evety
organisation calling itself "L-bour" in the Carib,
bean is Labour in the special British Commonwealth sense
of the term. The Editor of the HERALD, who (like her
husband) is a lo.ngterm member of the British Labour
Party, from which the original Labour Party drew suste-
nance and inspiration, reflects that there are undoubtedly
other returned migrants (among others) in the West Indies
in the same sound position. So far, such straightforward
socialist loyalty is no crime, even in a bright little tight little t
island such zs ours.
What happens then when a British Labour M. P. r
comes to a land where proven and loyal Labour Party
members have been shabbily treated by compatriots who
used them ruthlessly to attain power? The Brish Labo,;r
Party has always been noted for the dignity and gratitude
with which it has treated its founders and pionters. Not
fcr those people resentment of all criticism and the un,
democratic ejection of two founder-, such as the Dominica
Labour Party perpetrated upon Allfrey ard Loblack.
At the time of writing, we do not know vhpether the
visiting British Labour M. P. will be invited to meet all
C. P. A. numbers h re; we have been told that alh ar,
rangements to meet him must be made though the Minis,
ter of Labcur and Social Services. The uisitcr, closely
linked with the BritishCaribean; Association, will draw
(we hope) his own conciusiolns. In addition to its care
for the, rights of minorities all over the Commonwealth, the
Labour Party of Great Britain ieeds the support of that
same Commonwealth. And what is the Commonwealti.
A mixed, widespread amalgam of differing communities
sharing to some extent the same ideals based on justice.
It may help Mr. Donald Chapman M. P. to assess values
when he realises that in 1958 the writer of this editorial
scnd_ 345 votes to the present Chief Minister's 8968 and
there are no marked indications that the broadminded
electorate of Dominica has changed its mind save per,
haps in the town of Roseau, v.here Labour (hampered
with its present tendencies) has no hope.
If our distinguished visitor could find time to compare 1
the constitution of the Dominica Labour Party, drawnup
in x955 after kindly advice from Hugh Gaitskell, with a
recent pronouncement of the weighty and self/odvocated
President oftne local, party what would he find? The
local Party brings religion into the issue, which the British
Party does not; it mentions the Fatherhood of God, but
says nothing about the paternity practices of mankind!
'Where the British L.P.places strong emphasis on public own,
ership, the local Party speak of a "policy geared towards
free enterprise;" the phrase "efficiency in banana production"
was trotted cut, at a time when banana exports were dete-
riorating in quality due to dishonest practices.
The new Government of Britain is, we are certain, led
by men and woman who counterbalance ethical and
moral leadership by their small majority in the House. Can
we say the same of all the political leaders in power in little
Dominica today.

ANOTHER cLOTE
"Stiffin opinion, always in the wrong "-DRYDEF.



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Where, burning Sappho
loved and sung
Peeling it makes you cry
Permit
It follows after Q.E.D.
To copy stupidly
A quick bath
Write on it; eat off it
One of four in the year
Closer
No good for sailing
To slight
In the shape of a god

Lesser in amount
Period
Treeless steppes
Repurchase
Mono
A room on the ocean
wave
Via Teistar


HERALD CROSSWORD NO. 6


NAME


ADDRESS- ----------


OPENS ON


NOVEMBER 15th 1964
20 DOUBLE ROOMS WITH


PRIVATE


BATH AND


BALCONY


Rates :--- MODIFIED AMERICAN PLAN -- i.e.
Room, Breakfast and Dinner
SINGLE -- $20.00
DOUBLE -- $18.00 per person.
Air Conditioned Rooms -- SINGLE $26.00
DOUBLE $25.00 per person
10% SERVICE CHARGE
LUNCHES AND DINNER ON REQUEST.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1964


SPOTLIGHT


Local Sportlight
FOOTBALL


With no football on Sunday,
local football fans were please to see
a resurgence of activity on Monday.
Empire met D.G.S. in the semi-
finals of the First Division Knock-
out Competition.
The match ended in a 2 2
draw even after extra time was awar-
ded by referee Patrick John. John,
incidentally, rook a much needed
stand by causing rough play and
ordered an Empire offender -off the
field.
The match was not a very quick
one. Empire netted first, but found
a determined D.G.S. equalising.
Then D.G.S. went ahead with a
penalty and only a few minutes be,
fore the scheduled dose, Empire
equalised. The match is to be re-
played sometime soon.
INTERNATIONAL SPORT
-BOXING --
The World Boxing Association
has announced that it will stage two
elimination bouts early in the new-
year for the vacant heavyweight title,
i.e. the title declared vacant by the
W.B.A. In the first one (scheduled
for 29th Jan.) former heavyweight
champion Floyd Patterson will fight
the high ranking Cananadian
George Chuvalo. In the second
eliminator, Cleveland'Williams will
take on the No i contender 'Ernie
Terrell. This will probably tak:
place next February. In April the
-winners- of -these two knock out
matches will battle for the crown.
CRICKET
M.C.C. easily beat Eastern Pro-
vince at Port Elizabeth earlier this
week. The scores M.C.C. 447 for
7 declared. Eastern Pr-vince 133
and 164. Titmus, with a match
analysis of io for 70 overwhelmed
the local side with carefully flighted
off breaks.
A team of 12 Test Cricketers left
London on Thursday for India to
play two matches. The first is a
today game against, a Calcutta
Provincial XI on Nov 28th & 29th,
and the other is a more or less un-
official test, played against an all
India side starting on Dec 2ad.
The team is combined of the follow,
ing: Peter Richardson, Cohn Cow,
drey, Brian Close, Barry Knight,
John Mortimore, Keith Andrew,
and Len Coldwell. E N G LA N D
Cammie Smith, Basil Buther, Gary
Sobers, and Lance Cibbs WEST
INDIES; and Mustg Mohammed
PAKISTAN Rohan Kanhai, who was
originally selected, has been replac-
ed by Colin Cowdrey.
The youngest ever Pakistani side
to tour and the first one to tour
Australia arrived at Brisbane on
Thursday. The captain (Hanif
Mohammed) said he wants to pro-
vide t.e public with fihe eniertain-
ment. 'ihe tourists will play 3
matches, including 3 tests against
New Zealand.
One final note on cricket,
Norman O'Neil has declined to
play for N.S.W. vs Queensland
next week. O'Neil refused to give
reasons, but many have thought that
it is in connection with his not be,
ing appointed captain of that match


while Simpson is on test duty. trick John, Albert Green,
Pakistan will be playing a test away and McNeil Pinard,
against A u s t r a Ia at that time will take place shordty. A
O'Neil was not selected,
__ new trial-panel was requested
British Labour by he men, and D. T. U.


(Cont. from p.i)
"What I want to see,"
pressed the M.P., "is a brisk
ten-year programme to get
Dominica taking off lik- an
aeroplane and going up into
the clouds . Then at the
end of ten years she could
stand on her own." He
urged the Dominica Govern,.
ment to get dowii to business
and draw up such a plan,
which he thought should be
"married together" with the
economic proposals of Dr.
Calreen O'Loughlin, then
presented to the new Minis,
try of Overseas Development.
"We want to find a way to
assure you of all the money
you need . "
(Cont. next week.)
Issued By The Office Of
His Worship The Mayor,
Of Roseau
His Worship the Mayor and
Members of the Roseau Town
Council, wish to express their sin-
cere thanks and congratulations to
the residents on Kennedy Avenue
for their splendid co-operation in
beautifying their houses and in the
maintenance of neatness throughout
on the occasion of the formal open-
ing of Kennedy Avenue on Sunday
the 22nd November.
We wish further to exhort you
take pride in the maintenance of
this standard, and to make the day
to day appearance of Kennedy
Avenue second to no other in the
City.

DTU News
A retrial of the four
charged members of t he
Dominica Trade Union,
Messrs. Arnold Active, Pa,


agreed to th.s.
A stoppage of work last-
ing one and a half hours
took place at Portsmouth last
Sunday at about 5 p. m.,
during the unloading of fer,
tiliser for t he Dominica
Banana Association from
S. S. Isis of the Netherlands
Shipping Line. A spokes-
man of D. T. U. informed
us that the stoppage was
caused by an "outside agita-
tor."
A case brought by DTU
GenSec. R.P. Joseph
against Samuel Lee (port,
worker) for alleged assault
was postponed until January
8,1965 in the Magistrat's
Court.

Outstanding
Events
Castaways Dance tonight
in aid of Mental Health,
admission $i.5o Happy
official opening of the Blind
School yesterday Gilda Nas,
sief's interesting exhibition of
copper enamelling and char-
coal drawings at the DGS
(critique next week) The
wellprepared Met h o d i's t
B.5zaar opened by Mrs. Love,
lace Thursday afternoon*
The opening of the new
T. B. Ward, due next
Tuesday Children's Book
Week, the successful pro/
gress of whi.h will be report-
ed next issue*
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COLONY OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA
Schedule of Application for Certificate of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 14th day of Nov., 1964
Nature of Request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of Title
Notings thereon or Caveat.
Request for the issue of a First
Request dated Japheth Patrick Certificate of Title in respect
Henderson of that part of Berricoa Estate
13th Nov., 1964 situate in the Parish of St.
P.tri:k, in the Culony of
Presented by his Solicitor Dominica containing 12232
square feet and bounded as
13th Nov., 1964 Clifton A.H.Dupigny follows:-On the North-West
at 225 p.m. by land of Disney Xaviere
I and Fenton Henderson, On
the Ncrth-Eest by land of Geneva Estate separated by Berrieoa Ravine,
On the South East by land of Roman Catholic Church separated by
Berricoa Ravine, On the West by A Public Road.


Registrar's Office,
Roseau, 13th Nov., 1964.


(Sgd) JosePH V. JEAN PIERRE
Registrar of titles,


NoTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a
Certificate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat in
the above office within six weeks from the date of the first appear-
ance of the above Schedule in the DOMINICA HEIRALD news-
paper published in this Island or from the date when the notice
prescribed by law was last served on any owner or occupier of
adjoining land in respect of which the application is made.
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REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
hereon and Caveats for the week ending the 25th day of Nov., 1964
Nature of request whether
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Notings thereon of Caveat
Request for the issue of a First
Request dated Pinard John Certificate of Title in respect
SBaptiste of a portion of land at Weirs
14th Sept., 1964 in the Villave of Marigot In
by his Solicitor the Parish of St Andrew
Presented containing 38,300 square feet
20th Nov., 1964 R. O. P. Armour and bounded as tollows:-
North by lands of Audley
James & Rodelia Joseph,
East by lands of Willey White, Sonth-West by lands of Prince Charles
& the Reformed Methodist Church and South-East by lands of Mary
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