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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: December 5, 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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Thk Finest PeoplC e
(For the General Welfare of the
ESTABLISHED r955


People of Domi the further cdrancement of the West ndies and he Cariean Area as a whole)
People of Dominira. the furthfr crdancement of the West Indies and the Carifibean Area as a whole)


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1964


PRICE 100


THE


Decorates Pres
HIS Holiness Pope Paul brea
an orange with a large gr
children after 20,000 people ha
Mass in an open/air Bombay p
ty orphans were first to kneel a
Pope Paul gave President
S. Radhakrishnan of Lidia
$so,ooo U. S to help the
needy of his country, after
presenting him with the
highest Roman Catholic
decoration for nonCatholics.
Like Prime Minister Shastri,
Mr. Radhakrishnan is one ot
the 400 million Hindus in
the Republic of India, while
the VicePresident (Fakir
Hassein) is on: of fifty mil,
lion Muslims, There are
some twelve million Chris/
tians inI n d i a, h a 1f of
them Roman Catholic.
secrated five Bishops in a
vast speidlly constructed out-
door Cathedral during his
visit, was seen by nearly half
a million Indian people; he
flies back to Rome today.
Shastri Flies To London
The day after his warm
greeting of the Pontiff at
Bombay airport, Prime Min,
sister Shascri of India flew to
London (his first journey
abroad) for talks with British
Prime Minister Harold Wil-
son.
CONGO HOSTAGES
Concerned ahout the fate of many
European hostages still in rebel hands
in the Congo, Britain and Belgium
have agreed to try and free them
through political, not military mea,
sure. I


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Address


WITH


ident Of India Engineering And
kfasted on coffee, bread and Education
oup of happy Indian school,
d joined in the celebration of Educationfor Tecnical advance was
Sthe theme and main reason for the
playground yesterday. Twen visit to Dominica this week ofMr.
t the improvised, altar rails. George Clough, Deputy-Director
PEOPLEI THE N S of the U.W.I. Institute of Education
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS and Mr. V. Richardson of the
RETIRING Administrator Facult- of Engineering, both station-
ed in Trinidad.
Col. Alec Lovelace and At a metting of Secondary a-id
family left by S. S. Antilles Primary School Principals and
W,d *HUBERT Mathew bar, Headteachers at the D.G.S. on
rister of N:wtown who used Monday, Mr. Clough explained the
to work for A. A. Baron abolute "ec:ssity for the teaching of
good English in schools in order
a:rived Wednesday on board that pupils for technical training,
Antilles DAVID Christian, whether at University or purely
also a barrister (Inner Temr praztical technical level, could learn
ple) of Portsmouth, came by and assi.uilate correctly the tuition
the sa'le ship CECIL givMn and, of course, be able to
S communicate their acquired know-
Burton artied back from ledge to others. Mr. Richardson
U.K. by iscania on Thurs- outlined the workings of the Engin,
day FATHER Felix returned eering Departments, and stressed
from St. Lucia last week, that univerrsiy trained engineers are
.Fr Van psc-e -^ -* useless in the West Indies without
Wednesday P I C A R D i
vocationally-trained practical men
(BWIA) M a n a g e r E. able to convert the knowledge and
Browne returned from Trini, designs of the engineers into the
dad Sunday after Sales Con- realities ofbridges, roads, consumer
ference ROMANO Blanc goods, power stations, etc.
of Roseau will be appointed COURT BRIEFS
woman Probadon Officcr Lawrence Thomas of Roseau
MATRON Dorival returned changed his plea to guilty and was
Sunday after the Nursing sentenced to Is months imprison,
Conference i n Tobag ment for stealing $57.44 from Mar-
go on Thomas' shop*Ames Bedminis-
KEITH Alleyne Esq, Q. C. ter (Roseau) received sentence of 12
spoke to Dawbiney Club at months for breaking, entering and
DGS on T h u r s d a y on stealing goods value $697 from
"Foreign Capital Investment H.H.V. Whitchurch* W.R. Pac-
in Dominica" ALE quettewas convicted of receiving
Stolen articles from the same firm:
QuaisonSackey of G1,ana sentence, 15 months imprisonment*
elected President United Na, Louisa Gabriel of Trafalgar was
tions General Assembly is remanded in custody pending the
first African Negro and Judges pleasure for wounding Mar-
youngest man to hold that cel Adams.
office DEPOSED Argentine in hi> attempted comeback
dictator Juan Peron failed and was returned to Spain


by Brazilian Govt.


INDIAN


CHILDREN


Blind Workshop JOHN KENNEDY
Started HOME


Instructor Urgently
Needed
As the new Blind Work,
shop is situated in somewhat
cramped quarters in the
Infirmary, a normal opening
was held last week at the
Grammar School, when,
chaired by the Social Deve-
lopment Officer Mr. H. L.
Christian, various dignitaries
spoke to an invited audience,
and samples of the craft and
skill of blind trainees was
displayed.
The really important per-
sons present were the four
young girls who had achieved
much of the work and two
elderly ladies, Mrs. Johnson
aa nMrs Irotter. An out-
worker who makes ham,
mocks and fishnets, Mr.
Shidds, was unable to be.
present. The greatest credit
should go to their instructor,
Miss Elsie Poynter, who
started t h e workshop on
October Sch this year and
has achieved so much in so
short a time. After work,
ing for the blind in England
for 17 years, The Royal
Commonwealth Society for
The Blind sent her to the
West Indies eight years ago;
Dominica is the last island
to organize something for her
afflicted sigh 1 tie s s. Miss
Poynter explained that, with
a smll amount of capital,
the Workshop could be self-
(Cont. on p. 12)


Handicapped Children,
Grenada
TOMORROW in Grenada
the formal dedication of
the John Kennedy Home for all
handicapped children ofthat
island will be perfoinmed, ip
the presence of many officials,
Church dignitaries and well-
wishers. The name of this
much-needed home coin,
memorates the late U. S.
President's sympathy f or
"backward" and maimed
children. In the picture he-
low, a British specialist is
seen fitting this little boy
(born without arms) with
his second artificial arm.
*--- --'. :', r '


...11


Thirty miintes later the
boy caught a football for the
firsc time in his life.

WORCESTERSHIRES
SAY THANKS
A beautiful letter of thanks
from the Commanding Offi-
cer, the Ist Battalion Wore
cestershire Regiment, appears
on p. 2,


POPE BREAKFASTS


DOMINICA ELECTRICITY SERVICES

Dominica Electricity Services regret
that the electricity supply will be
interrupted in all areas on Sunday,
6th December between the hours of
6.00 a.m. and 4.00 p. m. to enable
essential maintenance to be carried
out on the Hydraulic Works and
Transmission Line.
H. B. ENTWISTLE
MANAGER.


Surface Mail
Enclosed $ Air Mail


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PAGE TWO DOMINICA kHiIRALU D ,

9p V similar privilege as ex-I.inister of Dominica Labour Party by the
P 0opl)s Por t Home Aftairs in Trinidad. same executive members who
Cor-repondses are asked to "-bmit theirfill names and addresses as 'Thanking you fn r space, "charged" her reported in
a guarantee of goudfaith. but not necessarily for pvVicati-m Letters should Yours faithfully, three on ecutive sues of the
be asshot as possible. Con:ro.vesiai political I tte w ill not b pub- BRAVADO, Roseau. tree consecutive sueso e
wished anonymously. Views expressed i People's Pos do not necessarily HERALD, starting Sept. 2,
reflect the policy of the Editor or the_ ;r)prietor. ----- --
1962.

A Political Memory Nurse said 'ne insulting In FavorOr Of ------
v a ads t her while she was money 11 and NOTE To "Islnd lover":
Dear Madam, sll in a weak ate. As a long
.L;. _4 C- your 1-M.- is too long


I came to the Nort
see Prince Philip and all the Sh
The last time I saw the C
Minister Mr. LeBlanc driving i
jeep with a blonde person was w
you and he was making election c
paign in the East, I think it was
in 1957 or early 1958. He ma
speech mentioning the Queen t
telling te people to vote for
Alfrey, shewas an Anglican
the Queen, not to let her down.
said also that when people are
rough sea in a boat, they are
looking to see what colour cr
religion the others are, they all
themselves and their boat tog
then when thegei on shore they
their churches or do what they
to do. 14ow I am hearing tall
new Federation and I want to kt
how the C.M. is going to camp
next time, whether it is another
and another crew, after the cai
was pitched in the sea to drown
swam ashore on hat own.
Yours faithfully,
LA PLAINER.
NOTE- To "Island Lover":
letter is too long for ii
sion this week, -but will
peart(with a couple of n
amendment) on Dec.

--on Labour

Questions
Dear Madam, I
generally withe wr
Labour and Exploitat
People's Post last
We have to watch o
some of the worst ex
tion is by have-no
recent-haves on weakt
nots.
After reading the
of the annual genera
ference of Labour at
laut, I wonld like to
something. If 300om
and supporters were
how many of these
paid-up members and
many were non-fi
supporters, and what d
did they come from
course 300 over 60,0
only one-two-hundrec
the population, and i
were not members, th
portion is reduced accc
ly.
FOUNDER MEMI
Roseau
29th Dec.

Impolite Nui
Madam,-This hap
in June last year, but i
a mark in my mind.
my wife was confin
P. M. H. maternity w


RDA.Y, DECEMBER 5 1964


Th
Ri

med
sent
talic
carr
and


n.to result or tnis ana auter .anotm Dear Madam, for inclusion this had
ow incident which happened in We don't disagree with a week, but willappear tain
hnie Octob*r of this year St. Mary's Academy boy (with a couple of an e
when another Ward, causing me repeating the old saying that mincr amendments) you,
am, not to be able to visit in the e government on a
a )efe.ple gets the go-.ernment on _.:c. 14. a a
slate Hospital, my wife g ays she it deserves, but we don't see T1
de a will have to go abroad if she the sense of their tying it up Etudes At The tou,
nMr gets sick again his has with Coney Island. There Grammar School not
hk caused anxiety and shame to arether blames they could und l
He u. I am asking you to pur, but speaking for our, Gilda Thebaud Nassief's exhibi- hav
;n a print this, which I have selves a.id many others, we Lion of copper enamelling and char- fort
not already reported to the S. M. really enjoyed Coney Island, coal drawings at the D.G.S, (whicn to y
what ., in the hope that all and ink it is narrow opened Thursday last week) was a care
ee Nurses will be as gentle and m r r presentation of crAfimanship of a Is!an
ve Nurses w ill be sen minded of students or mer' high order. Dominicans hve seen boo
o to polite as possible to sic chantsor anybody to tke a few cxhioitions f painting, nota-
have parents at any time. such stand. The da y bly tho by Dermott Louison and leave
k of W. A., when Dominicans can design Angelo Bellor, but the highly d:sci- vail
now,
pgn, Potteravilk. and build a fun/fair like that, plined work of line drawing and the cur
o ai it i creion of ornament; by copper hot
boat it will be the day when ou enamelling and the use of objects Ch
ptain could say, don't sinport any such as stones and pieces of crystAl s as
but Firearms And Coney Island. Until such new in Roseau. We hope one day Sto
a time, let us enjoy some of to see an exhibition which will in, Gu
Privileges the pleasures the people in clude sculpture. ceramics, etchings but
S. tr and woodcuts all art forms not rem
your Madam,-I wish to be big countries have, an no yet presented in this island. wil
ndu, more o u t s p o k e n than be so mean as to keep out The copper-euameling woAk con- inh
ap- 'Cpo' in his o her letter everything new juSt because sits mostly of necklaces and earrings mo
to the press, published iohe f cash carries. The very of a modernistic design. The small tha
. to n e o, aua te lights of Coney :re a treat amount shown hardly include any- me
SCbonicde of Saturday the g n. thing with th bright glazes which mu
the question of the misuse of Yours truly, to rather sombre browns and greys.
firearms. Sporting Youths (5), We expect more sparkle when Mrs.
There seems to be a grow Roseau and Goodwill. Nassief starts up her workshop later.
here seems to be a growThe charcoal studies are to some
agree ing awareness of the de, --- 'extent based on photography, rather
iter on structive power of firearms by than direct from nature and suffer a
ion in the community but more so something New little from the rigidity of the photo-
week by leading members of the In graphic medium which does not
week. by leading members he In DominicaII allow the arti,,the creative scope.
>ut, for public, which calls for the Studies cf the human states and
ploita, strictest and promptest action Madan, There are three tmodons make an interesting corn,
ots or by the Police. We under, questions to be answered by arson, especiallysioce many of
them areusNegronstoes an sreet
rhave- stand that our new Chief of Honorary Membeis, men of nsam. Tae Hof Neroe or Ameros
indians. The Haitvn Ncg r css
Police would wish the Police law, party leaders and union (showing the proud Nilotic strain)
report to be accepted as protectors leaders on whatever paper compares interestingly with the more
il con, and friends and is anxious you w i s h (7) Should a gentle head of a Dm.mcan type
SColi, to co-operate with the press magistrate take a charge alongside. Of the studies of Cau-
know in informing the public of against someone, can he sit caaypes the only one of interest
embers their work and criminal s eone can n to me was the bck nude with the
embers their wor an n aon that percoi's case as a halo type lighting of the profile of
there, investigation. judge the body. some uf the anatomical
were The incident which resulted in (2) Should a merchant studies in res cted detail (such as the
Show the cancellation of a license was (as k a crossed knees; had the effect al ast
owa my personal probe revealed) in con- mt e arge ainst anrobsacts and there was an effective
nancial sequence of an act of brandishment employee for embezzlement, ardtrecsual senwabstract ecnved
.. architecautal song-abstract. cnttled


districts
? Of
300 is
dths of
f some
e pro/
wording,

BER,
U.
X964

rses
ppened
t made
When
ied in
vard, a


committed outside of this territory.
The offender had already paid a
heavy penalty. Similar enquires into
the case in which charges are "under
consideration" appears to relate to
one who was about to hold high
officeofa temporary nature. The in-
cident occurred in the region of
Pond Cass6 and was reported to the
Police Station of the district. The
firearm was collected and sent to
Police Headquarters with, I presume,
the routinal report. At this stage
the matter of entering charges is "un-
der consideration" but the Corporal
of Police in charge of the Station
has been transferred.
There has been ample time to
process charges before the offender,
assumed office which makes him a
virtual head of the Police and which
would make him appear -as cnjoying-


would it be lair for the mert "la clte".
chant's sons and relatives to oApearing in a very busy week,
be Jurors' on that case it is feared that many people missed
(3) With reference to an exhibition that was stimulating
questions & 2. would not and interesting. I understand that
Mr,. Nasssef will shortly be recomn-
these men be condemned menacing her art classes with the
even before they appear in ExtraMural Department. R.c.A.
Her Majesty's court? -
Kindly spend time to read Kennedy Monument
your papers and you will
know what took place, when The gravesite of President John F.
and where such a thing Kennedy in Arlington National Ce-
happened. metery will be a classically simple
monument marked by an eternal
EDITORIAL NOTE: flame. The memorial is expected to
S h sitations are new be completed in 1966. It will be
Suchfar from built ina gently sloping plot that
in Dominica. A notorious ecx overlooks the Potomac River, the
ample was the "trial" of Found, Lincoln Memorial and other land,
*er-President Allfrey of the marks in Washington.


hanks From
im Jungle !
May I be allowed, through the
dium of your paper, to express the
iments of all raks of this iat-
)n on leaving Dom:nicap.
We came here a mo.th ago to
y out a period ofjuug!' training
Svonder-d just what the island
in store fr us. Y-ur maun-
s, rivers and forests have proved
:xcelent training ground; whilst
r East Coast rainfall, has taught
he hard way just how to achieve
ry bed at .light.
The training has been really
;h and we have benefited from it
only p ysicanly hut a's in the
,stion of co'-radeship forged
er conditions ofha;dshicr. There
e been several accidents, none
unately fatal: and w- are indebted
our doctors & nurses who have
d for our sick ard to the many
nders who i.ave called with
ks, flowers ard a cheerful smile.
We will soon be on our way and
irig Dominica behind. Your
leys and hills will no kcnger echo
ses, but many a Worcestershire
me will ring with laughter this
ristmas, and in the yea-s ahead
past experiences are recounted.
ries will long be told f Florrie
tter, Gros Bois an 1 First Camp:
Sas the memory fades there will
lain the clear recollection of a
d, rugged and beautiful island
habited by some of the kindest,
'st hospitable and loveable people
t we will ever be privileged to
et in a lifetime. Thank you 011 so
ch, and Cod bless Dominica.
LARRY TROTTER (Lt. Col.)
Commanding ist Battalion, Worces"
tershire Regiment
The above message was posted to
the "Dominica Herald" before the dear,
ture by H.M.S. "Whirlwind" for Bar"
bados of the ist Battalion, the IWVorces-
tershire Regin.ent. In Barbados they
boarded six "Brittania" transport aircraft
to the U.K., taking with them their in,
jured men, and equipment.


Convention In
New York
Maidenform, Inc, world-famous
makcr of bras and girdles, recently
held an important international sales
convention in New York City. For
the first time, Maidenform agents fiom
South and Latin America, Europe
and Africa came together for a week-
long business conference.
The visiting sales agents were taken
on a tour of Maidenform's large fac-
tories. They also visited Mlacy's Dep-
artment Store in New York and the
World's Fair.
At a farewell banquet Mr. Guldan
Aban, of Grenada, was presented
w:th a certificate, h o no u r ing his
15 years of service as a Maidenform
agent. The aominican agent Miss
Marie Karam (E. L. Ceorges) was
unable to attend, but states that she is
well able to take care of the parlic/
lar needs of the ladies of Dominica.
E.L. Georges have also recently taken
over the agency for Saccone & Speed,
suppliers of W h i s k ie s, Gis,
Wines, etc.

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1964


Donald Chapman
Cont. from last issue
Thanked Canada, U.S.
Mr. Chapman warmly thanked
the United States and Canada for
playing their part in aid. He hoped
they would do movie when the'new
Federation came int, being. "Fed-
eration is a MUST", he said, but
little response was evoked since total
secrecy about federal plans has blank,
ed out local information which might
have stimulated his audience's
reactions.
"M, P. For The West Indies"
Describing himself at the Member
of Parliament for the West Indies,
Mr. Cnapman described his consti-
tuency as having a laige number of
coloured residents who were his good
friends. He mentioned the bill which
the Wilson Government was putting
forward to make discrimination on
grounds of race illegal; then he gave
- quick outline of the pioneer Mm-n
istry of Overseas Development (Min,
tster, Mrs. Barbara Castle). This
Ministry would be a powerful force
for good in the development of poor
countries; however he pointed out
that millions of other people in India
Africa and clewt.ere also had claims
on such aid. Mr. Chapman reiter,
ated several times, "I'm not promise,
ing you anything I'm only telling
you wnat I will fight for."
Forty-%Irst Birthday
"Today is miy.birthday", said the
M.P. in a final humorous burst. He
related low in ILextio no man is ever
41, since it is a dangerous age; they
are_onvfcrtv ancdsix-omhs-or forty
and twelve months (LTaughter; he
audience joined in the singing of
'"Happy Birthday", then questions
were invited by the Chairman, Hon.
Mr. Stevens, who was rirged around
by supporting speakeis (Ag. C. M.
DuccAey, Party Secretary K. Armour,
Mr. i-at Stevens) and others. A few
queries were posed, one about a non,
estaufished worker which Mr. Chap-
man passed back to local Govern,
ment, and another on toe reasons for
the failure cf federation, to which
the M.P. replied that Jamaica's with-
Jrwal, followed by Trinidad, and
the great gaps between the islands in
trade and communications were ma,
jor causes. He declared: "I am
one of tnuse ''bho believe that in the
long run Jamaica, Trinidad, the
Leewards a nd Windwar is and
Martinique and Guadeloupe must
come together in some sort of federal,
tion'.
More Begging
A slightly whining note was in,
produced by Hon. L. C. Didier,
who turned a speech of thanks into
another begging list of Dominica's
needs. Mr. Stevs t h e n led off
God Save The Queen, a nd the
meeting was over.

Dominica
Hospitals' Appeal
Fund
The committee of the
Dominica Hospitals' Appeal
Fund, in a further effort to
raise money for the hospitals
and clinics of the Island, is
working to prepare what is


believed to be a new form of ery and slapstick, a riot of
entertainment for Dominican colour and romantic songs
audiences a Christmas and a huge cast of secondary
pantomime. It will be pre, characters, all providing an
sented at the St. Gerard's atmosphere of laughter,
Hall on the 29th, 30th and colour ard gaity. touched
3Ist of December, and a with sentimentality and
hard-working cast ofcharac- magic. The Theatre Royal
ters, under the able direction developed the pantomime in
of Mr. Joffre Robinson, is its present form, and is re,
busily practising three nights garded as the home of English
a week. pantomime. Most of the
Miming as an art is almost es(ab!ished stories used were
as old as the theatre itself, written especially for panto,
and is the representation of mime, for example,
emotions, actions and various 'Cinderella'.
situations entirely by body From the very beginning,
movement, gestures and steps, established c o m e d i ans
It was an important part of played i these shows, and
the productions of the great it became a regular occurrence
Gree. plays at the time of to see one's favourte comme,
their origin. These parts dian taking a number of
often became crystallized into par i none performance.
standard comic routines, It soon became established
enduring throughout the ages procedure for the funny men
to become features of the of the day to play the parts
Comndia d'el Ar;e in of old ladies, or dames as
Italy. Certain altitudes, these parts are known.
tricks an deceptions seen in The or i g i ns of the
modern comedy can be traced Principal Boy being play,
to tne jests and attitudes of ed Vy female seem rather
sxteenta-century Italian comr vague; for some time up to
medians. Although mimr, q915 there had beer a suc,
ing is seldom used to-day cessin of large handsome
exclusively as a form of enttr- men playing the Principle
tainmenet, t h e traditional Boy lead (i.e. Prince Charm-
Englith Christmas panto, ing, Alladin etc.) and then
mime owes much to this for no apparent reason, these

years, pantomime has referred females, and so it has con-
to a species of theatrical ex, t nued to tne present day.
travaganza, composed of It is possible :n.I the change
dances, music and elaborate was made to balance the fact
sceni: displays usually built that the dame was played by
around the thread of a ploc a male actor. Possibly too,
drawn from a nursery rhyme when pantomine became a
or a fairy tale. Most peren, Chrnsmas exuerta i n t e n t
nially famous cf pantoss' is (eriy on) for the whole
Wm. Thackeray's The RosO family, (and therefore includ-
and the Ring. ed a large number of child,
Sren in the audience) it was
Around the beginning of found that the female Pinci-
the nineteenth century, the pal Boy had a better appeal
general public tired of the
to 1oe chidrtn. Be that as
serious plays of the time, and .
drifted awiy from the theatre it may, the Principal Boy
to the music halls etc. in has always been a character
to the music als etc. I especially beloved by child,
search of something more ec b d child
aloht-hearted and spectacular ren.


In an attempt to satisfy this
need, and bring back the
audiences, the Theatre Royal,
Drury Lane, staged acts from
the circus, music hall, light
opera and ballet, and lavish
musical extravaganza involve,
ing complicated stage and
scenic effects. Out of this
strange mixture of humour,
song and dance, animal acts,
theatrical effects and colour,
ful scenes and costumes,
came the pantomime as it
is known today. Simple
tales were specially written
requiring a small number of
principal characters, lavish
and complicated scenery,
dramatic stage effects,buffoon,


'Going to the panto' has
therefore for many years been
an integral aart of the plea,
sure and wonder of the
Christmas season for English
children, and indeed for
many adults. It is the hope
and the intention of the com,
mittee of the Dominica Hos,
pitals' Appeal Fund to bring
some of that pleasure to the
children and grownups of
Dominica.
'DIGNITY OF HUMAN SOUL'
The promise of America to itself
and to the w world concerns "the dig,
nity of the hu man ,oul" rather
than technology and material prcg,
tess, U.S. Information Agency Dir,
sector Carl Rowan told a students'
convocation here recently.


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Citizens' Advice Bureaux know that they will be dealt
with in confidence. Keeping people's secrets is part of the
staff's duty, and nothing is passed on without permission.
The Old Age Pensioner, pictured here, is receiving help-
ful advice from the secretary in charge of the Citizens'
Advice Bureau at New Maiden, Surrey, England. In
Britain today, there are about 430 Citize s' Advice Bureaux
where answers are sought in the course of a year to more
than a million questions. Nor only do these centres pro*
vide local information. but their staff, three-quarters of
whom are .volunteers, give useful advice. about, personal
problems, covering an enormous range from -disputes
with landlords over tenancies and troubles with.children or
wives to difficulties with neighbours or worries caused by
an unsatisfactory shop purchase.

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DOMINICA HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, :964


Horora In The
oingo
Early last week, as
thL Czngo Government
Army reached the rebel-held
town of Stanleyville, Belgian
paratroopers (dropped trom
U. S. planes commissioned
by President Johnson) fought
to save the lives of over a
thousand Europeans a n d
U. S. citizens, including
women and children. Pre-
viously it had been stated
that the rebels were trying to
use these hostages to gain
military advantage.


SOperation "Rum-jungle"' Applications For
came to an end lasz Tuesday,
before the battalion packed iL qu Or LienIC es
up its three good Landrovers To the Magistrate Dist "E
and one d a m a g e d one Chief of Police.
(and its other equipment) i, Addeyes Laurent nw r
aiid return to England by air at Pont Cass6e Parish of St.
taking along its casuaaies. do hereby give you notice tha
Three of the near.drown, my intentionn to apply at the
g m s o st rate's Court to be held at
ing mishaps occurred whilt on Saturday, the and of J
t soldiers were having a swim 1965 ensuing for a retail r
Sin the river at Governor and LICENCE in respect of my p
one was due to a strong at Pont Cass6: Parish of St. (
2 ro Dated the inth day ofNov
swimmer going out too far Daedthe h day of No
in the sea beside Londcn 194ADDEYES LAURENT
derry. The poar fellow who Nov. 28-Dec 12.
brole a leg talhng over a
40 ii. cliff did it by missing -
his swipe with a cutlass, and To the Magistrate Dist "
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President Of Board Of Trade


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residing
George
it it is
Magis-
Roseau
anuary
LIQUOR
remises
George.
member


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Before the rescue, missionary nete were three cases 'where Chief of Police.
Dr. Carlson (accused by the soldiers slashed their own I. CHARLES GRAHAM, now re-
rebels ot spying for America), hands with their cutlasses. siding at Rger Paish of StGeorge
do hereby give you notice that it is
was killed in a massacre of One man hurt his face in a my it nti on to apply at te Mag *
some thirty humans near the Ladrover accident. Dom, istrate's Court to be held at Roseau
Lumumba Memorial. The inicans wish t h e gallant on Sa:urday, the 2nd day January,
rest of the prisoners were Worcestershires long lite and 1965, e n s ng for a retail
marched towards the airfield, good health. LIQUOR LICENCE in respect ufmy
rhed som we e rdow n premises at Roger IPa r i sh of St.
where some were shot down 'You can fOW get your George.
in sight of the paratroops, HERALD at J. 0. Royer's Dated the 25th day of November
who heard women weeping Supermarket in K i n g 1964. CHARLES GRAHAM
for their murdered children. George V Street! Nov. 28-Dec. 1
Evacuation of hostages in Mr. Douglas Jay, 57, Member of Parliament for Bat,
E v a c u a tio n o f h o sta g es in --- cal i_ D mi n ca nol_ _"---_________________- _
other districts by airlift con, tersea North, London, has been appointed President
tlimbed allc week. Some of Waitukabouli of the Board of Trade. Educated at Oxford Univer
thM saved werenearly demn,/ sity, Mr. Jay worked as a journalist specials ig in
eaOf all theilands in the world economics before entering the Ministry of Supply and
ted by wha they had en Surounded by the seat the Board of Trade as a Principal Assis
and expTerinced missiona- o I know no other I love more n e
ries were slow y beaten n to Than Wasoukabouli 'a tant Secretary.
-aZd-and-vIct~m' I We cal1 it Dominica now
ongues, hands and other For when Columbus came
imbs cut off piece by piece. And found that it was Sunday morn
A, humanitarian African He gave its shores that name,
Mayor who defended the 7he Arawaks lived here in peace L
The Caribs hewed them down
prisoners was tortured by the And kept, or ate the women while
rebels There is. no news of they made the girls their own. 1g
several religious leaders and And here they dwelt an. bore their babies
their families in certain villa- in so.row and in tears
ges. -BBC. Tisl others hands from other lands
(Last minute news, i. ) drave out the mutineers
Yet suddenly they went away
and left their slaves behindI
J There was no heed of gold for greed
to satisfy their kind.
Worcestershires The Africans the forests 'own Do ourself a power of
Their title deeds were flee; Good! Take'Sanatogen'
Give Party And Dominica has forgotTocine.oetn -;
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On Nov. 21, the officers
of the Worcestershires doing
jungle training at Governor
Estate gave an excellent lunch
party at Laville's London,
derry beach house, Guests
from as far away as Ports,
mouth and Roseau appreciat-
ed the wonderful manner in
which the officers made sure
that every glass was full and
that the guests did justice to
the buffet lunch.
His Honcur the Adminis/
trator and Mrs. Lovelace
were the guests of honour of
the senior host, O,C. Col.
Trotter, and it was clear that
the battalion had made many
warm friends during their
brief stay.


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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. T954

From Teacher's Desk
"To Youth I give that they may give
Fo:- them I live so all may live."
A. small group of about six boys are having a confe,
rence just outside the class room at rec:s time. Th:y
range f.om 8 yrs to ;o years and amid the viol-nt gestures
and high pitched voices of all vehemently attempting to
make their point at the same time, [ can just make out the
wrrds "day" and sunsett .t 6. o'clock"fr m the "shut ups"
and "you are too foolish" phrases.
Then suddenly the entire group, save one who looks
round i.,dign.ndty, practically dissolves into laughter. Over
there is Jaccb stooping low, his entire body shaking with
humour, here is C'uthbert a,.ndonirig all and lying ftat
out on the ground giving of a sort of yowl like a coyote,
and even serious minded Jackson allow; himself an hmn,
ourable squeak. By a!l this I ;know that someone has
been the victim of the traditional schoolboy way of "laugh,
ing down."
Overcome by curiosity, I stepped up to Cuthbert,
whose yowl had by then subsided to a continuous groan.
and asked him what was it all about.
"Sir," he said, "Roy just told us, that the sun shines at
midnight in some places, and he still wants to argue sir"
"But of course it does Cuthbert."
A stunned silence greeted my words.
"It does sir! but how can it sir, when it only shines
in the daylight?"
"Well boys, this is because of the shape of the earth.
As it is round, almost like an orange, there are pa-ts on
which the sun never shines directly and you know these are
the parts at the poles.
"But sir," Lewis spoke up, "whit I find with the
sun is that, it almost wants to burn us and it doesn't do
that at the poles sir.
"So you think that's unfair Lewis? Well, how
.r.. I' ., 5. be cQlALear-Ltnand"L "I woull not
like it sir" he said fe:bly.
"Then," I said, "be satisfied with what you have.
But to get back to what we were saying. Unlike the other
parts of the world, the poles receive, six months day and
six months night. The sun thea shines at night at some
time of the year and there is darkness in the day at other
times. The sun does not shine as brightly as it do-s in the
W.st In-lies though. Norway is an example of such
places. It is situated close to the North Pole and for the
reason I have just told you, it is sometimes called "The
Land of the Midnight Sun." So you see, Roy was right.
Who told you about ,hat Roy."
"Oh, I lead it in a library look sir," he said proudly.
"So you see how important the library is. If the
others of you had done like Roy, you would not have
laughed so stupidly. Learn this, the only way to have the
best laugh is not by just laughing at anybody's statement,
but by finding out its worth, first."
There were some subdued "Yes sirs" as they walked
off, Roy scriding aloofly ahead, while the others gazed at
his back.


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The Diablotin


Plea For Wildlife Preservation
A copy of David B, Wingate's
paper "Discovery of Breeding Black-
Capped Petrels on Hispaniola" has
been received by the Herald and
revives interest in the Diablotin
Gull now extinct (or apparently so)
in Dominica. Mr. Wingate made an
unsuccessful search for the Diablo-
tin (Pterodroma hasitata) here in
1961. He was successful in finding
several colonies in Haiti later in the
same year. S.H, has the following
remarks to say on the subject of
wildlife preservation:-
There has always been an abun.
dant lack of interest in the conserva-
tion & protection of wild life in
Dominica It is not unusual,
wherever people are obliged to look
after their personal needs first, the
need for the reservations of some
bird or animal has a very small
appeal -It is not so in the larger
countries where there is a leisure
class which has time to consider its
contribution to world civilization in
supporting such matters.
(Cont. on p..ge 7)


Department of Agriculture,
Roseau,
Dominica, W. I.
23rd November, 1964.

NOTICE
Outbreak of Foot'and Mouth Disease
in Guadeloupe
The Agricultural Superintendent has been advised
that there is an outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease in
Guadeloupe.
The following precautions are being enforced
immediately:
(i) The importation of Livestock, Poultry
and meat from that source is prohibited.
(ii) All passengers arriving from Guadelovpe by
boat or by air must disinfect their shoes
with the facilities provided at the place of
disembarkation.
Foot and Mouth Disease is highly communicable to
cattle, pig and sheep. Poultry can be carriers of the dis,
ease. All persons are kindly asked to co-operate with the
authorities to safeguard against entry of this disease into
Dominica.
STANLEY O. PRINGLE
Acting Agricultural Superintendent.
G.O.I41-Nov.28-Dec.Iz


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A month of tense and eventful social,
political and historic activity ended on
November 30 in Dominica: it included
visits from Prince Philip, a Labour M.P.,
and various itinerant functionaries include ,
ing the long-unencouraged Peace Corps,
at last); while on Saturday last, at a re,
dealing little ceremony in the new Gram,
mar School, members of the public learn,
ed how much the Blind, given a chance,
could do for themselves .. and for us as
well.
The Blind have special access to what
Robert Browning calls "the palace of
sound" musk which he declares to
be the highest of all arts:
"But God has a few of us whom be
whispers in the ear.
The test may reason and welcome: 'tis
we musicians know."
To many it was a marvel to hear a
nearfv_ tl.sica.a the-fa" ?. heaatL_
iully, and to realise acutelyhow important
songs and sweet sounds mean to chose
who have to live in darkness. We are
happy to know that the Blind School is
well and splendidly launched under an
excellent temporary tutor; and we may
add to this another gratification that
after many months of desultory vacancy
the Tuberculosis Wing of Princess Mar,
garet Hospital has been opened, to help
obliterate another source of human waste
and anguish.
But let us speak now of those who are
cut off from the palace of sound those
for whom no provision has as yet been
made: the deaf and the dumb. It may
be admitted that those happy "unsighted"
young people who attended the Blind


WE have noted with encouragement the
increasing demands being made by
writers in the Press all over the small
islands, that those who go on delegations
at public or organisational expense are in
duty bound to report back to the people
(through Legislative Council or any
appropriate medium) or to the association
which sponsored their tour.
For ourselves, we should never dream
of attending any representative gathering
as a delegate without keeping a strict re,
cord of the matters on the agenda, for the
purpose of reporting back. And in cases
when uncalled-for secrecy was imposed by
other delegates, we should have raised our
voice in protest, more particularly if we


*


School in Trinidad received as good an
education as most fortunate youngsters in
this island. Yet there are intelligent deaf,
and particularly deaf-and-dumb children,
who are isolated from the world of the
intellect because they cannot hear anything
and they can only, in certain cases, utter
strangled sounds which cause people to
regard them as idiots and apply to them
the derisive epithet: "Mou-mou".
In some impoverished communities
such children are herded into an institution
with other handicapped and defective
children, without special teaching; they
may have brilliant thoughts which they
are unable to express in words, because
they cannot imitate sounds. We have
not even got such a polyglot home for
them. Sometimes their ailments are cur,
able or operable, but no specialist ever
sees them; as the years go by, they really
do become "dumb" in the slang sense of
seise of solution.
Dominica has done something great
and good to help those who have lost the:
giftof sight; may we not at once turn
our thoughts to those who are
deprived of the gift of hearing
and speech, and of a proper education
or chance to make a living? Some read,
ers may be interested to know that while
discussing with our blind friends a choice
of fates whether it would be worse not
to see, or not to hear, one young person
replied immediately: "Oh! I wculd rather
be as I am, and hear voices and music."
So what can be done, then, for those
who are exiled from the palace of sound,
and left in that corner blocked with sus,
picion and frustration where "silence
resumes her reign"a


were publicly pledged to keep constituents
or associates informed.
One of the things which will 'make
trouble for the hatching federation is the
shocking furtiveness of the Regional Coun,
cil of Ministers. They appear to be so
afraid of saying anything which might
upset each ether that they ignore the dis,
turbance or the apathy their self/imposed
silence creates on their own populations,
which are expected to support a forthcom,
ing federation of which they know literally
nothing.
Our populace, for example, will want
to know details of the recent CARIBO
meeting in Curacao which might mean
the end of that estimable body; they will


DOMINIC A HERALD
AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY


Dominica Banana Growars' Association
NOTICE TO BANANA GROWERS.
BANANA PRICES.
Banana Growers are notified that owing to depressed
market conditions the current Green Boat Price of
56.15.o per ton will be decreased by a further two units
of 3. 10. o to 49. Is. o with effect from 30th Novern,
ber, 1964.
However, withdrawals from the U. K. Price Adjust,
ment Scheme will allow present banana prices paid to
growers to remain unchanged as follows:-
At Reception Stations 4.1i per lb.

At Northern & Eastern Buying Points 3.38 per lb.


28th Nov., r964.
Ref. DBGA i,7--Dec.5


A. D. BOYD
General Manager.


DOMINICA BANANA

GROWERS' ASSOCIATION

NOTICE TO BANANA GROWERS

DELIVERY OF BANANAS AT RECEPTION STATIONS
IN crder to accelerate the turn-around
of trucks and the delivery of fruit, the
Board of Management and the Purchas-
ing Company have agreed upon the fol-
lowing revised arrangements for the pre-
sentation of bananas at the Company's
Reception Stations, with effect from the
Reception in the week commencing 13th
December, 1964:-
(1) Number of Loads on One Truck
Not more than two separate loads
(commonly called "throws") shall be
presented on a truck on any one trip.
(2) Minimum Number of Stems in One Load
No single load (or "throw'") num-
bering less than Fifty (50) stems shall
be received over the Weighbridge.
A. D. BOYD
General Manager
1st December, 1964.
Ref. R. 25
Dec. 5, Za


want to know what happened at the last two Regional
Council meetings; they will be interested in the report of
the C.P.A. observer from this island. Although we must
must face the fact that our delegates are not Churchills,
who tell the people the news frankly, so that they may
rally themselves for the future, there is a certain duty to
the taxpayer. owed by expense-paid delegates, and the people
themselves are slack if they do not press their delegates for
full and precise information.
The Pope In India jChristian founders of the Faith. A
BBC commentator declared that by
His Holiness Pope Paul journeyed creating such a precedent, one might
to India last Wednesday to attend the expect the Pope to visit any country
Eucharistic Congress in Bombay. He in t'e world at any time.
was met at the airport by India's Meanwhile, Prime Minister Shastri
Prime Linister Mr. Lal Bahadur told the All-India Congress (which
Shastri a (Hindu). It will be recalled contains many Christians) on Nov. 8
that the Pope spoke recently with kind that "India will not and must not
broad-mindedness about "all religion make the nuclear bomb". Pointing
which believe in GOD". to a huge portrait of Mahatma Gan,
This is the first time that a Pope dhi, he exclaimed: "I am shocked
has travelled so far field, and visited that there should be even talk ofvlo-
a country untraversed by the early lence in his presence".


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SATURDAY, DECEMEER 5. 1964


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.SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, rgs94


Winban Refutes Jamaica Statement The Diablotin
Price Adjustment Scheme Explained Bif'd
A meeting of the Windward Islands Banana Growers Plea For Wildlife Preservation
Association (WINBAN) was held in St. Lucia on the
26th November, 1964. A mong the matters discussed (Continued from page 3)
were certain allegations which have appeared in the Jama, David Wingate, who was here
ica press charging the Windward Islands Banana Industry in 1961, searching fur The Bisk-
with "deliberately deploying a subsidy which the United Capped Petrels- found this rare
brid at last on Hispaniola -- estab-
Kingdom Government had granted the Windward Islands lishing the fact that it is not extiict.
Banara Industry, in an attempt to force Jamaican bananas "Do you think there would ever be
out of the British market." a chance". he invites, "of getting
Although they have had full opportunity to do so, it the watershed of the Picard and
is regretted that these allegations have not been refuted by Dublac river on the Ice side of
Diablotin, or parts of the area,
the Jamaica Banana Board or by th: All Island Banama secured as a wild life refuge with
Growers Association (A. I. B. G. A.) of Jamaica. effective wardeninge I feel certain
The socalled "subsidy" mentioned above can only that if the local conservation interests
refer to an internal Price Adjustment Scheme at present in of Dom:nica could organize such a
operation in the the Windward Islands, and the accusation programme world-wide conserve
tion interests would give it the
in connection therewith is both false and malicious, necessary financial backing".
The vast bulk ofJamica and Windward Islands There is a good reaso., to believe
bananas is sold in the U. X. marker. It is common that his suggestion wouldfind sup-
knowledge that prices during the summer months are port for such a measure because it
higher than those obtaining in the winter when prices are has already occurred in Bermuda
with reference to another bird the
f,equcndty unremunerative. Recognizing thi problem a Cahow, which has attracted "in-
scheme was created whereby the grower contributed to a expected support from abroad". It is a
fund when high prices prevailed and drew upon the fund chance to enable Dominica to be
when low prices existed. The U.K. Government in con- recognized by a valuable section of
junction with the -cal Governm:nt participated in this the publicthroughout the world as
scheme by undertaking a contingent liability. Jamaica modern, upto-date, locale -
schemebyundertaking a contingent liabity. Jamaica rather than an inconspicuous back-
enjoyed the benefits of this scheme from 1954 and the wat:r where nothing ever happens.
WindwardIslands from 1958. From this eminent scientist a sug-
In 1961 it became necessary to renegotiate a Price gestion should not be ignored his
Adjustment Scheme and a delegation proceeded to the words are apt to be important and
6 ii \far reaching -- in our favour.
Colonial Office for this purpose. At that stage, Jamaica S. H.
had a reserve of I,032,044($4,953,,8 ) under this scheme
and the Windwards Islands 319,792 ($3Ijo06). The
--act is,I that whilst-the Wiidwards put i.U 1 heir reserves
under the previous scheme into a new scheme, Jamaica Graduate,
categorically refused to do so. Furthermore, they held on
to their reserves and stated that they would create their own Among the twenty-five students
stabilization fund and operate their industry as a business who qualified as doctors in the
U,W.I. (University of London)
concern. M.B., B.S. examinations was one
The further fact that Jamaica now appears to have Dominican, John William Watty
exhausted all of their reserve funds has the sympathy of the Royer (San of Mr. J.-. Royer, Gt.
Windwards, but to attempt to place responsibility for this Mailborough St.) Or. Royer, a
on the Windwards is, to say the least, ridiculous in ahe ex, Government o Dominica Territorial
S rScholar, was educated at Roseau
treme. It is fair to point out that th. B-nani Industry con' Boys' .School and the Dominica
stitutes only 7% of the visible exports of independent Jama, Grammar Shoocl.
ca, whilst it represents over 70 of the total export of the
struggling Windward Islands. Unlike Jamaica, there can
be no hope whatsoever for any realistic political or econo-
mic development in the Windwards without the Banana
Industry.
The Windward Island are most grateful to H. M.
Government for protection in the form of quota restrictions
and preferential tariffs at present enjoyed by both Jamaica
and themselves on the United Kingdom market. In order
to preserve this position, there must be the normal commer- *I
cial competition for the sale of bananas in that market.
In 1961 the Windward Islands elected to use their --
own money to create a Price Adjustment Scheme, This
Scheme has always been operated for the purpose for which
it was designed. It is mischievous at this date to imply C
that this fund is being "misused" to destroy the Jamaica
Banana Industry.
Despite any provocation by Jamaica, WINBAN
policy remains unchanged and is based on cooperation in --
matters of mutual interest so far as this may be consistent
with the primary interests of the grower in the Windward I
Islands.


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THE

HERALD


IN MEMORIAL


in Loving Memory of Leonetta Henry, who breathed
her last on December 5, 1963.
It was at the Lord's behest
That thou shouldst come to rest
The angels guard and keep thee near
For thou hast been very dear
L!onetta, you are gone but not forgotten
For I know thy spirit is in heaven.
PETER L. HENRY Husband.


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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, :964


by George Pollock
The real riches of any country lie farming experts, teachers, doctors,
in the skill of its men and women. architects and so forth.
When you compare the richer
countries with those not so well off, What many developing countries
you find the big difference is that in lack are skilled people to run the
the richer countries more people schemes that will help to make
have had the chance to get special
skills. There are more engineers, everyone better off.

COLONY OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND Of- DOMINICA
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
tereon and Caveaui or the week ending the 5th day of Dec., 1964
... dNature of Request whether for
Dat- of Request Person Presenting Certificate of Title or Noting
thereon or Caveat
SRequestfor the issue of a First Cer-
Request dated Joshua Jacob tificate of Title in respect of a
lot of land at Cahibishie in the
12th Sept., 1964 Parish of St. Andrew containing
by his Solicitors 4388 square feet and bounded as
Presented follows:-Northerly by a Public
28th Nov. 1964 Armour & Armour Road to Portsmouth and the Sea;
at 11 a.m East by lands of Mathilda Warring-
ton and Calibishie Credit Union;
South by lands Mathilda Warrington and a Public Road to Portsmouth
and West by lands of Mathilda War-ingt6n.
Registrar's Office, (Sgd) JOsiPH V. JEAN P ERRE,
RDseau, Dominica, 1964 Registrar of Titles.
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing ot a Cer-
tificate ofTitle on the above application may enter a Caveat inhe Love
office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the above
Schedulein the Do iNICA HERALD Newspaper published in this Island or
from the date when the notice prescribed by law was -last served on any
owner or occupier of adjoining land in respect of which the application
is made.
Dec. 5-12 --_
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 5th day of Dec., 1964
SNature of Request whether
sc f Drpe for Certi;ficate of Title
a Notings thereon or Caveat.
--- !--- Request for the issue of a First
Request dated Ashford E. Hyson Certficate of Title in respect
of a portion of land known
10th Oct, 1964 as Fond Popot par of land
of Eelanie Lataille released in
Presented by his Solicitors thc Parish of St Andrew con-
aitaing 7 2 acres and bounded
28th Nov. 1964 Armour-& Armour as follows:-On the Ncrth&
at 11 a.m North-West by lands of Theo-
dile Ferrol and Coolie
Lataille. South-East by Beau-Plain Estate. South by Crown Lands.
South- Aest by Public Road.
Registrar's Office, (Sgd) JOSEPH V. JEAN PIERRE
Roseau, Dominica, 1964. Registrar of rides.
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 KBR.ILD news-
paper published in this Island or from the date when tha notice
prescribed by law was last served on any owner or occupier of
adjoining land in respect of which the application is made.
Dec.5-12____ _______
COLONY OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINIC
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Noting;,
hereon and Caveats for the week ending the 5th day of De.., 1964
Nature of request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of Title or
SNotings thereon of Caveat
Request for the issue of a First
Request dated Ashford E. Hyson Certificate of Title in respect
of a portion of land known
10th Oct., 1964 as La Haut in the Parish of
by his Solicitors St. Andrew containing 16,200
Presented sq. ft and bounded as fol.
28th Nov. 1964 Armour & Armour lows:-North by lands of
at 11 a.m. Alvance Lesli. East bylands
of Austin Greea. South by
lands of Grell Ettlenne. West by lands of Lucky Paul & Daniel Bannis.-
Registrr's Office (Sgd.) JosEPa V. JFAN PIERRE,
Roseau, Dominica, 1964 Registrar o- Titles.
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certi-
ficate of ritte on the above application may enter a Caveat in the above
office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the
above Schedule in the DOMINICA HERaLL. newspaper published in this
Island or from the date when the notice prescribed by law was last served
on any owner or occupier of adjoining land in respect of which, the appli.
cation is made.
Dec.5-12


Money Not Enough
This is why money alone cannot
turn poorer countries into richer
countries.
In every developing country edu-
cation is accepted as the key to pro-
gress.
One way Britain encourages this
view is through its Ministry of
Technical Ccoperation se up in
1961, as a Dept. of the Common-
wealth Relations' Office.
What is meant by technical co-
operation?
Sir Andrew Cohen, the Depart,
ment's DirectorGeneral, answers
that it is: "An agreement between
two countries that one shall use the
accumulated experience and know-
how of the other to promote its own
development and, above all, to place
itself year by year in a position
where it will no longer need outside
experts",


IBritain. The costof keeping these Flame-resistant
civil servants, who are mainly in
Africa, comes out ofthe 33 million Clothing For Children
a year budget of the Ministry of
Technical operation. by Douglas Woodward
Teachers Of All Grades


Experts in economic development,
agriculture and tramport who go
out from Britain not only do their
own job overseas but they also teach
the local people so that they will be
ready to take over from them.
Some of the' most important
people who go out trom Britain are
teachers. They teach at universities,
teacher training colleges, secondary
schools and schools where people
learn spe-ialskills needed in their
jobs.
, As well, there are young hen and
women from Brita!n who go out to
work as volunteers. Their services
abroad is arranged by voluntary servi,
ces, but the cost is largely met by the
Briti;h Government.
In the past. people who went


-.. ... 1 r - -r .. . .
TWO-Way Flow from Britain to work overseas did so
The way it works is.by a two- for a lifetime. Now they do so for
hfway flow it worksisomen. From a few years at a time. Rut while
way flow of mea and women. Fromthey ar doing so they find they
the developing countries to Britain heyarn ae d eal fro m metind t
go men and women who seek more leart a in deal from meeting and
know-how, They include nurses getting to know the people in the
chemists, engineers, all kinds ofcountries where they serve. So not
technicians, who want to learn more only are they helping others but they
about their jobs. In addition, a great are getting real benefit themselves.
mauy students from developing A E
countries go to British universities FOR SALE
and colleges; In 1963, there were
5oooo of them. FORD PREFECT HO. 899
To the developing countries, on General Overhaul just com-
the other hand, go men and women pltil. Newly sprayed,
from Briitain chosen for their know.' piere, Newl- y sprayed,
how, At presentt abor 19dooo of For further information
them are serving overseas. Among Contacti-
them are civil .erz~,ntei ll 1 - . Ualtr I


needed in newly-independent cpun-
tries, or countries still dependent on


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From Britain come children's clo-
thing which is resistant to flame.
This development follows on the
heels of a government ban in Britai,
on the sale of children's nightdresses
unless they are made from fire-safe
materials. Some of the new dressing
gowns are not yet covered by the ban,
but an enterprising firm ofchildren's-
wear specialists have gone aheld and
developed their own 'fl'tre-fee fleece"
garments. Say the firm: "'Dessing
gowns are as much a potential fire
risk to children as nightdresses were".
These new garments should have a
sales appeal in many parts of
the world-in fact,wherever children
are liable to come into close proximity
with fire of any kind, whether it be
coal, electric, or gas fuelled.
Dressing gowns of fl a r f e-f r e
"Teclan", carry a distinctive swing-
ticket bearing a large green triangle
and the words "flaeeresisant fleece:
safety first children playing''.


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
GbooperaTfynV anX or Mr. I7fe1iTmney-
church.
Signed 0. J. B. BRUNEY.


Know-How Is What Matters


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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1964


Sebastian
Abtains AGP
Diploma

Mr. Wilfred Sebastian,
Asst. teacher of the Couli/
bistrie Govt. School has just
received word fro;n the Col,
lege of Preceptors in England
that he has been successful
in his ACP Examination,
The Subjects in which he
passed are Practical teaching,
Principles of Educ a t io n.
Methods of teaching and
Educational systems and their
developments since 19oo.
Mr. Sabastian an Old
Boy of DGS which he
'attended fro m 1957-60
started his teaching career in
1961 as a Student teacher.
In that same year he topped
the list of 'passes in the
Teachers Prelim Cert. Ex-
amination and did the same
in the 1962, Teacher Final
Cert. Exam. In 1963 he
Registered for ACP Exam.


which he sat in Aug. of this
year. Mr. Sabastian a native
of Colihaut who is only 21
is an enthusiastic y o u n g
teacher who looks forward
to bigger successes in years to
come.


Children's Book
Week

Lots of bright-faced child-
ren poured in relays into the
children's reading room of
the Public Library every day
last week, ushered by inte-
rested teachers to look at a
grand selection of ne w
bright-backed bo'ks. The
"Week" was arranged by the
Library Comnmitcee in co,
operation with the Ministry
of Labour and Social Ser,
vices, and included a talk by
Hon. Mr. Stevens, two Ra,
dio Quiz cj.n etion (S. M.
A. won the Secondary one)
and an essay competition for
Primary Schols all over the


Some Topics For Discussion


suggested to the Mental Health Panel which met at new D.G.S.l:ast Tuesday.
1. What are the Panel's views on the esaAltshmPen of a home for
neglected children who sleep anywhere at night ?'
2. What measures could be adopted to deal with cases cf children
----he- _--ne-t migrate, leivinrtherm rn cirtcumitanees of chance z
3. Is it true that the unruly elements in human nature are stronger in
boys than in girls
4. What suggestions are offered to effect the correction of the fol-
lowing in children: lying, bullying, disposition to complain,
shyness ?
5. A child is encouraged by his parents to take home articles found
on the playground, when the school emphasizes that this should
not be done.
How would you deal with this conflict in the child's mind
6. Are there any advantages of single-sexed schools over mixed
schools ?
7. Some gifted pupils often give much trouble in the matter of dis-
cipline. Can any reasons be advanced for this condition e
8. What should be the place of corporal punishment in (i) the
home (2) the school ?
9. "The recent increase in juvenile crime is a reflection on our ed-
ucational system".
Do you agree with this statement
10. What practical measures would you suggest for the handling
of truancy ?


DOMINICA HERALD

island on the subject "The
Contribution of Libraries to
Education." Parents a n d
guardians were invited to visit
the bookshow and discuss
their children's reading with
the Librarian.


Col. Sec.


The Rt. Hon. Arthlir Green,
wood, Secretary of State for the
Colonies, said in the House of
Commons last Thursday that he
hoped the proposed federation of
the small West Indian Islands would
come into being, Asked about
financial aid to the federation, he
replied that he preferred to see the
proposed scheme before stating his
views.


CCL Protests

On November 16 the Secretary-
Treasurer of the .Caribbean Congress
ofLabrur, Osmond Dyce on behalf
of the free labour movement of the
Caribbean, sent the following pro-
test to In Smith, Prime Minister of
Southern Rhodesia:
"Caribbean Congress of Labour
protests arrest free trade unionists
Dangwani, Ja p a, Ndlovu. All
Caribbean workers view this new
repression with disgust'".
Sgd, OSMOND DYCE,
Secretary,
Port-of-Spain Trinidad.
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COLONY OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA
Schedule of Appliction 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
SN Notings thereon or Caveat.
Requ-et 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.
Patrick, in the Colony of
Presented by his Solicitor Dominica containing 12232
square feet and bounded as
13th Nov., 1S54 Clifton A.H.Dupigny follows:-On the North-West
at 2 25 p.m. by land of Disney Xaviere
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, (Sgd) JOSEPH V. JEAN PIERRE
Roseau, 13th Nov., 1964. 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 HEBALD 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.
Nov.28-Dec.5


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COLONY OF DOMINICA
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND OF DOMINICA
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 25th day of Nov., 1964
Nature of request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of titlee or
Noting thereon of Caveat
Request for the issue of a First.
Request dated Pinard John Certificate of Title in respect
Baptiste of a portion of land at Weirs
14th Sept., 1964 in the Villaee 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 follows:-
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
Pascal.


(Sgd.) JosEPH V. JFAN PIERRE,
Registrar of Titles.


NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certi-
ficate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat in the above
office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the
above Schedule in the DOMINICA HERLL- nwspaperpubl;shed in this
Island or from the date when the notice prescribed by law was last served
on any owner or occupier of adjoining land in respect of which the appli.
cation is made.
Nov. 28-Dec.5


He e Her Majesty the Quece walks through the Royal Gallery on her way to the House of
Lo ds' Cnalucr. Last .Novemoer).
Escorted by mounted detachments of the Aousehold Cavalry, the Queen was driver, in the
Irish State Coach from Buckingham Palace to Westminister for the State Opening of
Parliament -BIS.


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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1964


Elections B. G.

News that Dr. Stephen da, two from India, two
Moosai-Mahraj had been from Ghana, one from Nigz-
chosen to accompany Sir ria and two from Malta
Alan Reece on the Com- make up the complete team,
monwealth team of observers which will report back to
on the conduct of the forth, the Britisht Secretary of State
coming Britidh Guiana elec, as to whether arrangements
tions on December 7 w's for the elections were fairly
well received by those who conducted; whether freedom
appreciated his work during of expression through broad,
f.dcral years: he was then casing, public meetings aind
permanent Secretary in the the press was attuned; and
Ministry of Labuur and So, any others matters affecting
cial Affairs, and is now the fair and free conduct of
Principal of a Presbyterian the elections. The observers
college in Tr;nidad. will note any deficiencies and
Two observers from Cana, restrictions.


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Applications For
Liquor Licences
To the Magistrace Diet. "E" &
Chief of Police.
I, NEOLISE GEORGE now resi
ding at Citronier Par i sh of St.
George do hereby give you notice
shat it is my intention to apply at
the Magirtrate's Court to be held
at Roseau on Saturday, t h e 2nd
day of Jan. 1965, e n s u ing for a
retail LIQUOR LICENCE in respect
of my premises at Citronier Parish
of St. George.
Dat-d the 26th day of Novem,
ber, 1964.
NEOLISE GEORGE
Dec. 5-19
To the Magistrate Dist. "G" &
Chief of P.lce.
I, ETTY LAURENT now resid-
ing at Atkmson Parish of St. Da-
vid do hereby give you notice that
it is my intetion to apply at the
Magistrate's Court to be held at
Marigo: on Monday, the 4th day
of January 1965, ensuing for a
retail LIQUOR LICENCE in respect
of my premises at Atkinson Parish
of St. David.
Dated the zst day of Dec. 1964.
ETTY LAURENT
Dec. 5-19
To the Magistrate Dist E &
Chief of Police.
I. CHARLES GRAHAM, now re,
siding -at Roger Parish of St George
do hereby give, you notice that it is
my irtehtion to apply at the Maig
istrate's Cou:t to be held at Roseau
on Saturday, the and day January,
1965, ending for a retail


premises at Roger Pa r is h of St.
George.
Dated the 25th day of November
1964.
CHARLES GRAHAM
(per L. 'D. JOSEPH)


NOTICE

IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE RECENT
INCREASE IN THE BANK OF ENGLAND
RATE, INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS
BANK ACCOUNTS WILL EE INCREASE,
ED AS FROM 1ST DECEMBER, 1964 FROM
2y% TO 3%. ALL OTHER CONDITIONS
REMAIN UNCHANGED. RATES OF
INTEREST PAYABLE ON NEW FIXED
DEPOSITS WILL BE SUBJECT TO THE
SAME /%: INCREASE. THE RATE OF
INTEREST PAYABLE BY BORROWERS
ON BANK ADVANCES WILL ALSO
BE SUBJECT TO ADJUSTMENT.
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Roseau, Dominica.
S. CADMAN SMITH,
Manager.
For The Royal Bank of Canada,
Roseau, Dominica.
S. J. R. AFFONSO
Manager.
Dec. 5


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SPOTLIGHT


1 Clarke c
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Local Sportlight 7 lso
FOOTBALL Sell
won ye
D.G.S. Qualify To Meet Bburn mile. H
D OMINCA Grammar School,
wiih a lone first half gcal by Blin
centre-forward Eric James defeated
Empire on Sunday in th: third replay (Co
match. The march was by far the
dullest of the three encounters, but suppo
had a few (all too few) moments of moi;ey
excitement, ducts g
For me first fifteen minutes of play and h,
one get the impression that both sides the W
would be again content with a draw, xpes
so purposeless were the attempts at pen
goal. To their credit it could be said materi:
atthty played a hard match the day others
before, but again we tress the value work
of practice and stamina- Lilding. for the
Despite all this there was some lively
mid-field play but all too frequently t s
muffed at goai-mouth, plained
D.G.S. will met Blackburn in instruct
the final match of the knock-out take h
competition this afternoon at Windsor 1 e a v
Park. With
Erratum Work
Under "FOOTBALL" in last The
week's issue, the sentence "referee P. Prosp(
John took a much needed stand in (both
causing rough play", please read the educ
word "censuring" instead of'causing' eaucal
:which was what was originally meant. School
INTERNATIONAL SPORT lineB
Raph
-BOXING johns
The world's light-heavyweight Sylvar
champion Willie Pastrona retained ihgBr
his title aLt-M.nchesteh r on _MnnAr'4a
--. .... thepi
when he defeated challenger Terry the pi
Downes of Britain. The referee stop, won
ped the fight in the Ixth round to Trinic
save Downes from further punish- co n
mcnt. Downes was floored for a Grac,:
count of 7 and when he got up had Poem
little fight in him. Downes later pr-, poem
tested against the referee's decision Moth(
stating that he could continue. He At
wag leading on points by a fair mar- functi
gin, but there was little question ab- every
out it, he never recovered from a ter- of wo
rific right from Pastrona in the rtch.
The following day Emile Griffith twice
easily beat Dave Charnley in London could
the referee stopping the fight in the 9th
round of the scheduled ten-rounder.
Chanley had been decked three times
and never really got the better of Gri- T.B
Gith. Griffith is a welterweight and
Chanley a lightweight but Griffith Sev
brought down his weight to the re- men
quired level. install
CRICKET ;long-C
News of two test matches: At T.B.
Melbourne, Pakistan scored 287 for last V
9 at the end of the first day of the
test match against Australia. The Col.
Pakistan skipper HanifMohammed last fi
scored a century, 104. Said Ahmed After
contributed a useful 80. McKenzie S.M.C
got his zooth test wicket and finish- dared
ed the day with 3 for 66, Neil
Hawke also got 3 wickets but for various
69 runs. Lovel;
Over in South Africa, England Durin
won the toss and had scored 79 ous :
without loss by lunch on the first actual,
day, By close of play the side to- L
tailed 260 for 4, Boycott 74, Barber Lovel,
78 and Dexter zs. gave a
ATHLETICS the w<
RonClarke of Australia estab- Lovel
listed a new world record for the Christ
3 miles at Melbourne on Thursday court.


lipped 2.4 sees off the record
gurray Halberg 3 year; ago
Swon the event in 13 mins
at the same meeting Peter
d no competition and easily
?t another submfour-ms nute
[is time was 3 mins 57.6 sees.


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alfbeing retained by
workshop for running
scs and purchase of
as. S h e implored
not to encroach on the
of me Blind; "keep it
m, don't others statt
e said. She also ex,
d that a full-inme able
:tor was required tc
er place, as she was
Sing in December.
ut an instructor, the
shop would fail.
e four girls, Sylvanie
or, G r a c e Williams
having had formal
ibn at the Trinidad
Il for the Blind), Erro,
ascear and Marie
ael sang C'roIs. Mrs.
on played a guitar solo,
lie deronrstrated read-
aille and also played


ano (her sister i'auiette
the undtr-eleven all,
lad Music Festival
t e s t for Pianoforte).
recited a touching
called "Somebody's
er .
the conclusion of the
on the guests bought
one of the examples
rk exhibited at least
the number of baskets
have been sold.


. Ward Opened
'enteen patients (seven
and ten women) are
ed for treatment in the
lormant new 36-bed
Ward, opened officially
Wednesday by H. H.
Alec Lovelace at his
inction in Dominica.
an introduction by the
)., Col. Lovelace de,
the ward open (paying
s tributes), and Mrs,
ace cut the ribbon.
g the ceremonial, vari-
bouquet, verbal and
,were presented to the
ices, and Mr. Stevens
.n historic discourse on
ard and on T. B. Col.
ace then planted a
tmas tree in the fore,


IHARBOUR LOG-- INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION jthe new headquarters of the Institute
S,, .. CENTRE ,of International Education (IIF) Lst
W .1z.64 U Thant, Secretary-General of the week. The new centre, situated on
SATURDAY: Tug-boat United Nations, and Adlai E. Stev, United Nati3ns Plaza, New York,
Coamo anti Barge Dorado dis, enson, U. S. representative to the Lne.edon Monda.
I Y- ,-33 ,oe ned on Mndy.


charged z12,000 gals. emul-
sified sphalc from Puerto
Rico at Fond Cole; M. V.
Zenko Maru from Trinidad
with o1 tons frozen fish;
M. V. Brunland from UK,
70 tons gen. cargo (gin, beer,
cigarettes) & I vehicles;
Sch Agustes Compton from
St. Kitts via P-mouth with
about 300 bags sugar*
MONDAY: Sch. Turtle
Dove from T-dad with 4000
bags sugar, large quantity
rum; M.V. T.B. Radar from
Martinique to collect Con:y
Island personnel & equip,
ment; M.V. Native Knowledge
from Puerto Rico with shoes
for J. Astaphan; Sch. Ruby
C from St. Lucia en route
to AnguillA; Sch. B a h y
Made from Tdad with
general cargo.*TUESDAY:
M.V. Ena K from U.S.A.
via Montserrat with la-ge
cargo frozen chicken, general
cargo WEDNESDAY:
M.V. Piraeus from U.K. via
St. Lucia, 3 vehicles, mails
& general cargo; M.V. Sun,
rise from Canada via St.
Lucia 260 tons general
r-rca ina,l flcrir & rclrineu-


S. S. Antilles from France
via Guadeloupe with 29 pas,
sengers, 14: from U.K.:*
THURSDAY: S.S. Ascantia
with 5I passengers (families
with child Jren) from U.K. -
25 sailkd for .. K. FRI,
DAY expected M.V. Delgres
from Guadeloupe with pas,
singers.

Wesley H, S. Carols
Christmas carol will be
sung at a special carol service
in the Meth3dist Church at
7.15 p.m. tomorrow (Sunday
Dec. 6) by the students of
Wesley High School. The
carols will include Sortez
Brgers de vos Retraites, Adeste
Fideles (in Latin), Gloria,
Christmas and Cradle Songs,
"'Out in a Stable" and"'The
Babe in Bethlehem' Manger
Laid".

SPECIAL
ANNOUNCEMENT
F. ABRAHAM & BROS. announce
the opening of another branch of
their dry-goods at the corner of
Bow Lane & Hanover Street on
Dec. 4th. Our co-operative custom-
ers and the public are invited to
come in and see our newly received
variety of gents, ladies and child-
ren's wearing apparel SPECIAL
PRICES and A FREE GIFT with every
purchase during the opening week.


United Nations, tf:maliy dedicate -' `-- --
---1- --- -- A~
CARD OF THANKS
MRS. FRANCICt DORIVAL wishes to thank the various persons who
visited her dear husband Fenwick Doriv.l during his illness.
Those who cared him during her absence and were present and sat
at his bedside until the time of death.
The Parish Priest who administered the sacranents and said numer-
ous prayers with him at his bedside, and conducted the funeral, also the
Choir for having chanted during the Funeral Masq.
The officers and workmen who saw about the building of the coffin
and the business places and clerks for obliging to supply the materials,
that day being a holiday.
For the many telephone calls and -ables received whilst abroad, also
to the many d.ear friends who sent flowers, wreathes and condolence cards
or have helped to contribute in one way pr another to the well organized
end of my beloved husband Fenw.ck. Again many thanks.
He is not dead, but he has gone to rest
I am sure he was well prepared to
meet his dear Lord and Master.


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Dec. 5-12



BARCLAYS BANK D.C.O.

NOTIFICATION OF DIVIDEND

"THE BOARD HAS RECOMMENDED
A FINAL DIVIDEND IN RESPECT OF
THE YEAR ENDED 30TH SEPTEMBER, 1964,
OF 6 PER CENT. (ACTUAL) ON THE
ORDINARY STOCK, PAYABLE ON
2ND JANUARY, 1965, MAKING ix PER CENT.
FOR THE YEAR ON THE CAPITAL
RANKING, LESS INCOME TAX AT THE
STANDARD RATE OF 7s. 9d. IN THE
POUND".



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