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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 19, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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(For the General Welfare of the People of Dominim, the further cdrancement of the West Indies andthe Caribbean Area as a whole)
ESTABLISHED r955 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1964 PRICE 100


FACTS, FIGURES AND THE FUTURE


Dominica's Population Outlook 'Trade Union Newsl
MR. Oliver A. Norris, Dominicaborn law student who Charged Members
has been studying at the Faculty of Law in Martini, Expelled
que (after a period at U. W. I.) in preparation for a degree
at Bordeaux University. has published in French a research The Dominica T r a d e
study: "Situation and Perspectives of Dominica's Demo, Union has announced that
graphy": publishers, CERAG. This summary came into the verdict on the four mem,
our hands yesterday, and we hope it will be translated into bers Patrick John, Arnold
English, since it warrants attention. Active, Albert Greenaway
n sic I w ral i ---- --and Mcrlean Pinard who
In effect it is a revealing t a nM ...e a -i n a d ..w r
study of o h number A MiA Win! ..were t. i ed in absentia. fo.r
sudy of the numbers and !alleging misappropriation'
condition of our population:1 .- ,-.. ^n a members o D T UT
allowing for a margin of Last Sunday Mr. iilu against members of D. T. U..
error either in the author's ton Cato, leader ofr the St. Executive was: "guilty as
careful work or his source Vincent Labour Party, urged chargedX and that the men
material (mainly official and at a large public meeting are no ioner members ot
census-based), the outlook is, that Mr. Joshua's Govern, t h
in short, that our population nent should.discuss with the states that Mr. P. John wrote
may increase to over 8o,ooo various public and civic to Mr. Rodriguez of Geest
by 1972, but that the jobs groups in the community Industries suggesting that the
available, rev e n u e a n d proposals fortthe setting up $75 monthly "fringe benefit
standard of living of the peoe of an Eastern Caribbean should be handed to the
pile will not keep pace with Federation. He th o ,i g h t Po-tworkers Section and. not
such growth. In fact the that Federation offer.-d the to the D. T. U. Three trade
S _. .... j- unionists, Messrs. D avid
charts are excellent. They provided that there was a 1 avernim, Lu.'. 4 queen
show vividly how may peo, strong central Government and George Nibbs, formed
ple live in one, two or more and reasonable prospect of the trial committee.
rooms; how many illegitimate economic stab i I i t y. Mr. T. C. C. & W
children are born; statistics Cato forcibly criticized the ,
on infantt and adult mortality; "complete secrecy" mi`n- Copy of a long letter from
proportion of young people tamed by St. Vincent's Chief the T. C. C. & W. Union
receiving primary, secondary Minister over the whole matter to the Hon. Chief Minister
and higher education; occu, of federation. over the case o f Hesketh
nations p u rsu ed by the During the week, Mr, Gabriel and the request to
people; the effect of migration Cato's Party gained seven Ministry of Communications
to Britain; religious categories, seats.out of nine in the new and W o r k s for another
and several other enlightening Kingstown Town Council, PWD poll (refused) term,
statistics. and now controls seven out nates with the hint that the
of nine of tne local councils Union may resort to legal
NEWS FROM MARTINIQUE in St. Vincent: a substantial action to obtain satisfaction.


Television will start in Martinique
on Christmas :day Famous Depute
Aimid Cesaire w ill stand against
Maitre Leon Vallre (barrister) for
the Mayor's seat in Foit-de-France at
election time next March Csaire's
play "Roi Christophe" (about Henri
Christophe of Haiti) h.s achieved,
a tremendous success in Germany;
Italy, Franc and Belgium As from
this week, there will be direct Boeing
flights between Paris-Martinique
twice weekly *

THIEVES CHOOSE
TERYLENE! -
The Tauroy Shoppe (Proprietors,
-Mr.and Mrs. Alin Royer of Ken-
nedy Avenue) was rai i:d last Tues-
day night by unknown ,pierons-who
forced the front-door lock and re'
moved several hundred 'dollars worth
of men's wear, particularly selecting
gents' terylene 'pan's- and fancy
shirts. The Police are investigating.


majority.



Guides' Party
On Monday i4th, 80o
guides from six Companies
around Roseau and one from
Goodwill, bad their Annual
Christmas BreakingUp at
Guide Headquarters adjacent
to Govt. House. The func-
tion, which began at 5 p. m.,
included singing of Christ,
mas songs, and light refresh,
ments. The Acting Guides
Commissioner, Mrs. R. Bas-
com, presided. Gifts
were exchanged among the
Gui esin the course of the
gay evening,


Details of CLASC scholar,
ships. offered to T ra d e
Unionists (West Germany)
may be obtained from the
r.c. c &W. U.
Labour, Advisory Board
The following members
have been appointed to the
new Labour Advisory Board,
according to a Government
release; Chairman, Mr.
V. C. Josse, M. B. E.; Mr.
C. J. L. Dupigny, 0. B. E.;
Major., C- R. Thompson;
Mr. Jenner Armour; together
with representatives from the
D. T. U., the T. C. C. W.
U., the C. 8. A. and the
D. U. T. The board will
keep the broad field of indus,
trial matters under review; its


CASE OF THE SUNBEAM MAD


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AN unexpected conclusion of a Magistrate's Court case
last Monday was the dismissal 'for reasons given" of
charges against Mr. George Henry, Master of the vessel
Sunbeam Mac (a8 tons) for unlawfully importing into the
Colony of Dominica certain spirits (255 cartons of stout).
The offence was alleged to have taken place at Portsmouth,
but the trial took place in Roseau under the Prosecutor's
option. The Police prosecuted.
According to the judg,1 UADDn||D L -
ment, the goods were con, IIUA UUR LOG -
signed to A. A. Baran in W'E 18.12.64
Roseau, but the defendant SATURDAY: M.V. Dunde, U.S.
stopped first at Poatsmouth,/Cargo, 42 tons apples, grapes, eggs
having alo a cargo of sugar ozn turkeysetc* SUNY: M.V.
and sal The ermit to Perikes from UK, 69 tonii.-sgrIal
and salt. e. permit tocargo, gin, beer etc. one tractor
carry stout laid down a vehicles ** TUESDAY: M. T. Jofink
condition that the vessel at Fond Col to discharge fuel;
should proceed direct be, M.V. ZenKoMaru from Trinidad
tween Bass terre, St. Kitts with so tons frozen fish for Nassief;
and Pc-smouth. An in, M.V. Artemis from T/dad with gen.
,cargo from Europe, incl. fertilizer,
volved history of bills of beer, milk, etc.; S. S, Meaeor via St.
lading for the stout, which Vincent with tourists, 91 landed *
was shipped by S. L. Hors, WEDNESDAY: Sch, Britanian from
tora oft St. Kitts on rte in u, "y i" c U .ooi
instructions of Messrs cement THURSDAY: M.V. Rib
instructions of M e s s r Ann from U. S. with chickens parts
Alstons Ltd. of Trinidad etc.; M. T. Imacos at Fo n d Cole
and had been transhipped -at discharged fuel; M. V. Perikles via
Anguilla, appears in the St. Lucia to Fond Cole load ba-
judgment. M r. K e i t h nanas* FMDAY: Sch. Catrrine lsa'
A lle,,e Q . appare Cf ella from Mairtinique with 3 passen-
Alleyae Q. C. appeared for gers; M. V. Ripon from St.Kitts
the defence, associated with with roo bags sugar* SUNDAY:
Mr. C. C. Beausoleil, and expected M.V. Delres from Guade-
raised a number of points, loupe with passengers*
The Sunbeam Mac and the TWo Martinique
stout aboard of it had been t ar ique
"seized as liable to forfeiture" TeacherS III
by the Police on October 9th Friends of Martinique student
this year. parties which have visited Dominica
will be sorry to hear that two of
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS their teachers, of the Lyce 'Schoel-
LUIENNE Caudir, 1964 chr, have been ill one serious,
LUCIENNE Caudeiron, 1964 ly. M. Edmond Delphin was flown
Beauty Queen runnerup flies to S*. first to Guadem ope and then to
Croix Dec. 30 for Carnival with her Paris recently following a s tal
mother, replacing Allison Trotter, Pans orcel (followspn abysal
unabletogo* CALYPSONIAN Mighty acm rhage (accompanied by
Exposer joey Magloire left by air Dr.*-Lancing), to receive, specialist
Thursday for U.S. Farm Labour treatment after several blood trans-
wiThursda for US. Farm Labour fusions. His sister Liliane was in
with 4s others. Paris to meet .him, and. she flew
POSTPONEMENT back to Martinique with him when
he recovered.
The Season's reunion of Professor Pierre Luctte is resting
the Cercle Francais will be 't bohie'on prolonged sick leave.
deferred until. January 6, We wiih'sthem.both -a steady recov,
(instead of Dec. 30o) because "My 'r *
of the President's absence Caribbean Health
abroad for a few days. Problems
functions are purely advisory, Gainesville, Florida, Dec. 7-
it will be available for con, Hcalth problems in the Caribbean
sultation, it will make recomin area received close attention of lead,
miendations b u t "s u c h ing educators and diplomats from six
executive actions as may be countries attending _the isth annual
Si0confiretice on thecCaribbean held at
required will rest solely With he; University of Florida Decem
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1964


DOMINICAI HERALD


PREVENTION OF .RIME
DON'T'S FOR CHRISTMAS
It is usual for crime to increase during the Christmas
period. The public can assist themselves and the Police
by making it more difficult for the thief to steal, so:


DOl'T forget to lock up y3ur house securely when
leaving it unoccupied.
DON'T forget to check on the security of your shop
anld store, especially liquor stores, as these
premises are a favourite 'target' for thieves at
Christmas.
DON'T leave articles of Christmas shopping in un,
attended vehicles. Lock them up in the boot.
DON'T leave money lying around.
DON'T forg' t to inform the Police promptly rga.rd,
ing any suspicious characters and their
activities:.


Issued by
THE DOMINICA POLICE FORCE.
People's Post
Correspondents a.,e asked to n.bmit theirfuil names and addresses as
a guarantee of goudfaith. but not necessarily for puhticati'm. Letters should
be as short as possible. Controversial political l .e..*v' will not 5e pub-
lshed anonymously. Views expressed in People's Pos. do not necessarily
reflect the policy of the Editor or the 2rprietor.
Thanks From father may emerge as a like-
able person and perhaps the
Abroad political leader of his party.
To All Fellow Teachers in Well Mr. Stevens, face the
Dominical facts. Mr. LeBlanc has once
At this season of the year in Ca gain made an fol of him
nada both Mrs. Shields and I con- again ma an fo him-
tempate the delightful environment in self, and because of his posit
Dominica. Yesterday a West Indian tion nearly made Dominica
with whom I attend a class at the appear inhospitable and lack,
University said, as we viewed snow ing in respect and etiquette.
.fjgand saw the wind blowing, Fortunately, on this ocrasion.
.i noA lice.ja .. - .- c-- -
West Indies e" I sighed' and he '. people ot Dcminica were
didn't need a more eloquent answer. there in their many thousands
I recall with pleasure the year spent to demonstrate K with their
in Dominica, especially my associa' spontaneets Welcome that
tion with the. many teachers on the. .
once again they did not: hare
island. My plans for the future are as once again they did ot hare
yet indefinite, but I hope to again have their government's guilt.
the opportunity of renewing aquain' You are too prone Mr
tancs in Dominica. Stevens to bring society and
I would also like to thank the class into a matter of pure
Dominica Teachers' Union for their right and w n Ever
reception tendered before I left. The'ri a w r Every
presentations were greatly appreciated. Section of the community,
It is my sincere wish that you also within your own party as
may have the opportunities of renew-
ig educational adventures as I am
doing. I


The inept attempt by Mr.
Pat Stevens to justify the
Chief Minister's most inap.
propriate speech on the
occasion of the visit of
H.R H. the Duke of
Edinburgh cannot be allowed
to go unchallenged.
Also Mr. Steven's hypo,
crisy is quite evident when
he says "If we don't like the
C. M. personally say so."
It is obvious that Mr. Ste,
vens is inviting us to take
personal objection to the
C. M. so that his worthy ()


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No.119


In the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands.
Colony of Dominica
Between


veil as outside of it, realized
hat such an occasion was
not one for politicking,, or
he rudeness and discournesy
w h i c h your diminutive
C. M. hopes will give him
stature. Society, sir, had
nothing to do wiih this; bi"t
good manners certainly had.
Surly, the deplorable con,
editions Mr. Le Blanc men,
ioned could have been
firceflly exposed at the
quarters in C o lo ni a
Office where such action
would bring most good, or
,ccing that "it is good for her
(H. M. Queen Elizabeth I1)
to heCL of us", our C. M.
could with propriety have
addressed himself to her by
memorandum or
petition, but not, repeat
NOT to her husband in an
address of welcome.
Artd if, Mr Stevens, you
- and perhaps you alone -
consider that the Duke
showed be was pleased with
the speech, how do you ex,
plain his remarks en route
to London that these colon,
ies must learn to help them-
selves rather than rely solely
on Legging for help from
Britain ?
Mr. Stevens the bald fact
is that our C.M. has once
-"oain shamed Dominica's
Lair name, in-d disgracedd its
people.
STUART WILLIAMS,
Roseau

ST. KITTS BABIES
WORTH MORE
Support of a bastard child by its
putative father has been raised from
$1.5o weekly to $5.0o per week in
the island of St. Kitts. The amend-
ment is enforceable by law.


and
LIONEL' LAVILLE,

AUCTION NOTICE


Plaintiff

Defendant.


To be sold pursuant to an Order made
by The Honourable Mr. Justice E. L. St.
Bernard on the 30th day of July, 1961, in
the Colony of Dominica, in Suit No. 119i
of 1961, between E. J. Thomas and
Lionel Laville: UPON tne Application of
the above-named Plaintiff for the sale of
the Defendant's lana under Section 4 of
the Judgments Act at Public Auction by
the Provost Marshal ofDomnica, at the
Court House, Roseau, at 11.00 a.m. cn
Monday the 11th day of January, 1965.
That portion of land situate at Sam's Gutter near the
Village of Marigot, in the Parish of St. Andrew, in the
Colony of Dominica and bounded as follows:- Nouth ky
the Sea and West by land of Reanie Williams, Peter
Doram, Jabez James, Lionel Laville, Marcus Henry A-d
Kenneth Roberts, South by land of Lionel Laville, Simon
Alfred, Wilhemina Thomas and Phillip Gordon, Easr by
the Sea and containing 17.812 acre, and recorded in Book
of Deeds A No. 8 folios 923-925.
Dated the loth day of September, 1964. ,
JOSEPH V. JEAN k1ERKE,
Registrar and Provost Marshal.
Dec. 19, Jan. 2, 9

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1964
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SAFETY ON THE each student would be re,I
quired to submit to the prin,
ROADS cipal of his or her college a'
This year delegates from report of the use made of the
all over the world attended grant.
the Seventh International It is understood that the
Study Wtek in Traffic En, scheme was entirely the
giieering and the Interna, Queen's idea. Its continue,
tional Road Safety Congrcss ance will be dependent on
held in London. its success and the future
A leading British road financial position. (BIS)
saCfty expert said that the
wearing of crash helmets by Caribbean Council Pro-
pedaland m o t o r-cyclists posed Termination Of
would reduce the risk of Caribbean Organization
death or serious injury in Curacao. N.A.--December z,
road accidents by up to 50 964 --The Caribbean Council
per cent. at its meeting this afternoon adopted
The Deputy Director of a resolution calling on the govern-
the Briish Road Research ments of France, The Netherlands,
Laboratory told the congress the Unit e d K ing dom
and the United States to
that pedal-cyclists were seven take such steps as are necessary to
times more likely to suffer terminate th: Agreement Establish-
death or serious injury in ing the Caribbean Organization on'
road accidents than car December 31, 965. The Council
drivers, and rnotcr-cyclists has noweveragrtee tc dcose its Cen-
S i tral Secretariat located in Puerto
about 17 times as likely. Rico, by the m.ddk of 1965.
If all two-wheeled vehicles This action was .greed upon by
were to be replaced by cars, Council following consideration of
he said, the accident ra'e the financial and other implications
would drop by 34 per cent. of the withdrawal from the Organiz-
The wearing of a crash helaon of British Cuiana, Surinam
axid Puerto Rico.
met by all drivers of two- As all participants in tre meeting
wheeled vehicles would re consider that it is essential that steps
duce the risk of head injuries be taken to ensure the continuation
by 30 o0O40 per cent and the ofregional coopration in the area
risk o t by up to 5 o pr the Council has recommended that a
risk ofdeath by up to per Working Group comprised cf repre-
Other worwhile' meas ments now associate with the C.rib,
ures to reduce load accidents bean Organization together with
and injuries were the use of
safety belts, improved street DominiCa Banana
lighting, more road patrol
police and less highway NOTICE TO BA
parking. "If society wishes
to make some sacrifices, acci- i CENT INCENTIVE BO
dents could be drastically, With effect front
reduced", he said. the Incentive Bonus
be payable in respect
Queen Elizabeth the Association's Bu
To Help Art
Students 9th Dec., :964.
Dec. To


Queen Elizabeth has de,
cided to set aside the profits
from admission charges co the
Queen's Gallery at Bucking,
ham Palace to help British
art students further their
studies abroad.
Each year, a number of
students from recognized art
schools throughout the
United Kingdom will be
awarded grants of zoo
(WI $480) "To travel
abroad to further their
studies". The scheme will
begin next year with awards
to 41 students.
An announcement from
Buckingham Palace today
said the awards would be
known as "The Queen's
Award for Art .and Design
Students (1965)", and that
on returning from abroad


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representatives of other interested
democratic countries in the area be
convened as early as possible to
work out a new formula for regional
cooperation in the social, economic,
educational and cultural fields.
It has been further recommended
that after this meeting of the Work-
ing Group and before April 15,
1965 a mering of the above men-
tioned governments be convened at
thz highest possible level to decide
the form and nature of future co,
operation.
Following this decision, the dele-
gate of the Commonwealth of
Puerto Rico informed the Council
that his Government is prepared to
convene the meeting of the Working
Group in Puerto Rico and the sub-
sequent meeting at dates which his
government would announce soon.
--- -
Quiz Corner
answers s to last week' quiz; -
(r). An alphabet devised t be
punched in raised dots on stiff
paper to enable blind persons
to read by touch.
(2). Great Britain issued the first
adhesive postage stamp cn May
o1, 184o with the "Penny
Black".
(3) A society in which many
languages are spoken, such as
Switzerland: German, French,
Italian and Schweitzerdeutsche
are all recognized languages.
(4) Brazzaville,
(5) An instrument for detecting
and measuring nuclear radia-
tion from radio-active materials


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Dec. 12-24


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NANA GROWERS.
NUS AT BUYING POINTS
n 1st Jenuary, 1965,
of per lb. will not
t of bananas scld at
lying Points.
A. D. BOYD
General Manager.


BAD NEWS FOR RATS!

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the new development in rat kill-
ers from Wisconsin Alumni Re-
search Foundation, the originators
of Warfarin.
RINOXIN kills all Rats and Mice, leaves
no survivors to breed fresh colonies
and infestation.
RINOXIN is available in ready-to-use
form at $1.50 for a 1-lb. carton -
sufficient to kill scores of Rats and
Mice.


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S-ATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 964

A SAD "SETTLEMENT"


THE general election in British Guiana
and subsequent constitutional dead,
lock has left that unfortunate country in
much the same state of racial antagonism
as before. The hoped-for results ot pro-
portionalrepresentation logicallyy expected
to divorce race from politics) has not come
about: instead it has merely served to con,
solidate the racial groupings of the main
parties.
Dr. Jagan had to be forced out of the
Premiership by an Order in Council of
the British Government, and now talks of
partition-which means a separate state for
the East Indian population who produce
the rice and sugar wealth of the country
along a narrow coastal strip a few miles
wide and hundreds of miles lone. Such
national fragmentation with a long siege
of boundary disputes cannot surely be the
solution a solution contrary to world
trends
10 iOihe swboie&srry busin is a ae-
feat for democracy. The natural desire
for independence becomes a dividing force,
and the workers (instead of uniting) are
riven asunder like the Turks and Greeks


POLICE AND TRAFFIC NOTICE

OWNERS of Motor Vehicles and Motor Vehicles
Drivers are hereby informed that the Examiner of Motor
Vehicles, will attend at the following times and places for
the purpose of examining,Motor Vehicles, Applicants fbr
drivers licenses and collecting fees.


ROSEAU -


Saturday znd January 1965 Onwards:
Saturday -- from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
Monday to Fridays 9 a.m. to I p.m.
and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. each day.


PORTSMOUTH From Monday 25th January to Thursday
28th January 1965, inclusive: from


in Cyprus. To what good end? It is 9 a.m. to i p.m. ana 2 pm. to 4 P.".
true that the population behaved reason/ eac day.
bly during rhe election; and that the new MARIGOT From Friday 29th January x965, from
Prime Minister, Mr. Burnham, has de 9 a.m. to p.m. and from 2 pm. to
dared against racial discrimation. A 4 p.m.
coalition between the Right (United Force) Saturday 3oth January from 9a.m. to
and moderate Socialists (P.N.C.) has y oon.
been achieved; but the majority of people Monday ist February from 9 a.m to
in B.G. are excluded from this bond. i p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Certainly the result reflects no credit on r
socialism, which might have bridged the A valid Certificate of Third Party Insurance must be
gap between westernized Negro cultu-e produced along with each motor vehicle for examination.
and the largely Hindu culture of the East
Indian. d f th di 2. Owners and drivers are hereby advised .to pay
Indian. And most of the preceding vio their Motor Vehicle and Driver Licences by the end of
lence has stemmed from rivalry among e tor veiles
Trade Unions of B.G January, as drivers and owners of unlicensed motor vehi-les
The British Labour Government is fond on the roads may be prosecuted as fromnist February
faced with the' quandary of a problem ext if they are fund operang.
child conceived by the mismanagement of 3. The fact that the Examiner has not examined
a Conservative Govern'ent. The first and certified as tc mechanical fitness is no excuse for failing
result of the ousting of Marxist,traind to pay the required licence duty, as the life ofthe last issued
Jagan from the seat of power is: satisfac, mechanical fitness ceitifica:e may be extended to such time
tory to America, a large section of the as the Examiner finds necessary. (S. R. & .. 52,1951).
- i e~ttrre irirn~ti'n^ -m n m~-1Th C riL ne --44 .-MZe L-l. b'cas 'r s..=^^s---
and the other two political pa-ties in B.G., covered by Insurance at Third Party Risks.
but the way that it happened can only J. V. MULLIGAN,
leave a further legacy of bitterness and CHIEF OF POLICE
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DON'T SPOIL THE PEOPLE' PARK


ST. VINCENT may boast that her
botanical gardens are the oldest in th:
SWest. Indies; we in Dominica used to
boast that ours were the most beautiful -
until a Government put bungalow-offices
upon the grounds. Nonetheless we still
consider them to be exceedingly lovely,
and so do the tourists who enjoy our de,
lightful shady trees and shrubs.
It is a mark of civilization for the peo,
ple to cherish their green spaces. Ad,
vanced countries are very jealous over
their national parks, and do not regard
them as just a strip of spare land for
building purposes, more particularly when
they have descended from generation to
generation for the leisure enjoyment of the
populace. A beautiful park is in fact
an oasis. Cities spawn around it and
try to eat it up, but it should remain un,
touched as a symbol of nan's need for
solitude and relaxation and the poetry of
life. In most countries there are stern
laws against building on national parks.
We now hear talk that Government
may consider erecting the proposed
U.W.I. Extra Mural centre in the botaai,
cal gardens. We think that this would
be wrong, and that there are several alter,
native sites. It would even be preferable
to transfer the children's playground


opposite the northern gate into the botani,
cal gardens proper, and let the new
U.W.I. building rise up on the vacated
spot. If it is to be used for adult education,
a grown-up's playground is unnecessary,
and the park is close at hand. Or, Gov,
ernment could acquire one of the burned-
out shell-sites in the town; or better still,
some public-minded person with a love
for the University could give a piece of
land in or near the town for the purpose.
Our gardens are our Kew. They are
not just a plot of ground for utility, to be
chopped-up and uglifiedd" by the erection
of concrete and glass boxes. They are
for inspiration, rest, and -- coming to the
cricket pitch sport; for children's play;
and most of all, a green cool refuge for
poor people who have no grounds of their
own.
So we say, leave the people's park
alone. No matter how worthy the put,
pose, we would not support the further
mutilation of the botanical gardens.
There is more to education than just sit,
ting in a room at a desk. Respect for the
beauties of nature is part of man's higher
education. We hardly think that the
present rulers of this island would be such
Goths and Philistines as to ruin something
fine that belongs to us all.


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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 Civeats for the week ending the 5th day of Dec., 1964


Date of Request

Request dated
21st Oct., 1964
Presented
1st Dec. 1954
at 11 a.m.
Street; South East
Mary Street.


Nature of Request whether
Person Presenting or Certificate of Title
Notings thereon or Caveat.
Request for the issue ofa First
Wendell A. Lawrence Ceruficate of Title-in respect
of a piece or parcel of land
as Fond Popot part of land
in the Town of Roseau, in
by his Solicitors the Parish of St George con-
taining 316sq ft. and bounded
Armour & Armour as follows: Ncrth East by
by land of Hugh Lawrence;
North West by illsborough
>y land of Jessie Dixon and South West by Queen


Registrar's Office, (Sgd) JOSEPH V. JEAN PIERRB
Roseau, Dominica, 1964. Registrar ofTitles.
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 HBIALD news-
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1964


TRADE UNIONISTS AS M.P.s
By. BERNARD DIX
(Conclnded from !ast issue)
Economic Emphasis
The emphasis on economic affairs will also give a
prominent role to the Chancellor of the Exchequer. In
the new Government this poqt is occupied by Mr. James
Callaghan, onZtime assistant secretary of the Inland
Revenue Staff Federation the union which organizes the
men iad women employed in the income tax offices.
One of the surprise Cabinet appointments was that of
Mr. Frank Cousins as Minister of Technology, another
new ministry which is expected to play an important part in
accelerating the pace of industrial development. Mr.
Cousins was general secretary of Britain's largest trade
union the Transport and General Workers' Union -
and a member of the T. U. C. General Council. At the
time of his appointment to the Cabinet Mr. Cousins was
not a Member of Parliament, but he will be seeking elec,
ion to the House of Commons at an early by-election
when a seat falls vacant.
This is the second time that a general secretary of the
Transport and General Workers' Union has entered the
Cabinet before being elected an M. P., The first was Er,
nest Bevin. Mr. Cousins will not play any direct part in
union affairs while he is a Minister.
Closely linked with the economic and technological
problems occupying the time of Mr. Brown, Mr. Cousins
and Mr. Callaghan, will be labour affairs. These are the
responsibility of the Minister of Labour, and in the present
Government this post, too, has been giv-n to a trade
unionist. He is Mr. Ray Gunter, son of a mrner and pre,
sident of the Transport Sala:ied Staffs' Associa:ion, whose
85,ooo members are mainly the "white collar" workers on
mte railwa;y's;-"- ''~'---~ ~~ ~ --- ''


Any Others
The other prominent trade unionists with Cabinet
posts are Mr. Arthur Bottomley, one rime official of the
National Union of Public Employees who is now Secretary
of State fob Commonwealth Relations; Mr. Thomas Fraser,
a member of the National Union of Minework-rs wh3
worked in the pits before entering Parijament in 1943 and
who is now Minister of Transport; another examiner who
is sponsored by the miners' Union is Mr. Jmes Grifiths,
Minister for Wales. Mr. Fred Lee, a very active member
of the Amalgamated Engineering Union, is Minister of
Power, and Mr. Douglas Houghton, a former member of
the T. U. C. General Council, is Chancellor of the
Duchy of Lancaster a nondepirtmental Cabinet post
which allows the holder to cover a range of affairs dictate ]
by the circumstances of the time and in the light ef the
Prime Minister's requirements. In addition to these nine
trade unionists in the Cabinet, many others have been ap-
pointed as Ministers or to junior posts.
One ofthe youngest is 36,yearsold Mr. Richard
Marsh, who was previously a fulltime official of the Na-
tional union of Public Employees. As Parliamentary
Secretary to the Minister of Labour, Mr. Marsh has special
responsibilities for industrial training and apprenticeships
and works in close collaboration with the Ministry of
Education. Another young member of the Government is
39,yearsold Mr. Roy Mason, an ex-miner who won a
T. U. C. Scholarship to study at the London School of
Economics and who is now a Minister of State at the Board
of Trade. -
The strength of union membership in the House of
Commons and the wide rage of Gqvernment posts held by
trade unionists is a sign of the active interest which British
trade unionists display in political affair.s But the unions
distinguish clearly between these political activities from the
unio,,'s primary function of industrial relations, and to this
end the trade unionists no.v occupying posts in the Govern/
I 1 /V^ < *- * *'_ ' - - __


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Dominica
Students Marry
Two popular young
Dominican undergraduates
were niarred in November
at the Aquinas Centre,
University of the West In,
dies. The bride. Miss Toni
Ballot (CHS scholarship,
winner), and bridgegrrom,
Mr. Conrad A. Shil.ingford,
now studying at Dallousie
University, Canada. ha"e
been friends fr om child
hood.
Mr. Peter Bellot, also a
U. W. I, student, gave his
sister away during the centre's
first nuptial Mass, at which
the Catholic Chaplain of
U. W. I. (Fr. J. J. Alexan,
der, S. J.) officiated.


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SATURD)lY. DECEMEE 19 1964


Lively End Of Anglicans: Big
Term Changes
At Coacor:i a school of The Church Assembly meeting
merely 33 pupils, A Christ, at Westminster last i.onth formally
mas Play pwas staged hreent- requested :he House of Laity to
mas Play was staged teeent- "take cognisance" of the Anglican-
ly. At Marigot there was Mt iodists conversations, and "to
an 'Open Day' or Tuesday submit any comments it wishes to
with a display of teaching offer to the joint committee of the
aids, craft, and art. Some convocations."
parents visited and watched The Archbi'hop cf Canterbury,
parents visited and w hedDr. A.M. Ramsey, stressed the
teachers teaching in the pre, immense imponance of the decision
sen.; of the Ed u c a t i o n to be reached by the convoca:ions
Officer who spoke to them next May. Big changes would be
concerning the education of inevitable for both sides, much big-
ir c n. ger for the Anglicans than for the
f their children. The our Methodist, but he was convinced
buildings were all used in that this was the right way forward.
this project, and the teachers "if unity is net possible between
are to be congratulated. Anglicans and Methodists, it is not
At Wesley, the Head, possible anywhere," he added.
teacher and Staff organized a Canon E. Kemp, Oxford, said
teacher and Staff organized that the Service of Reconciliation
Fair to take place at 2.00oo did not insist on a concepton of
p.m. on Friday, Ixth Decem, episcopacy as it was held in the
ber. Atkinson and Salybia Church of England today. One
schools held -oncerts over main articleto Anglican, Methodist
the weekend. The Roseau unity has been the question of
Schools have held shows O gWarning
earlier. rrafalgar held a When the matter was thrown
Parents' Day on Friday, and open for debate several members -
Laudat a concert on Sunday, protested th-t there had been no
13th. Castle Bruce plan- warning of this and they were un-
ned a Concert for the i3th, prepared, but the Archbishop insis-
St John's Assisted eld ted that the debate continue although
John Assisted d several intending speakers withdrew
fair on 29th~ -November and their names in view of the temper of
St. Luke's Hield a Concert the House.
on Sunday 6th. Dece.nber. In a private members' motion
The Officers 'of the Edu. which was passed, the Dean of
cation Departmnt found i Worcester the V.ry Rev. R. P.
cao Deparme ound it ilburn, ure'd_ curch, epjle to
m-np bkterraeptUr ecfage no e the tbhea'encd destruction of
number of invitations, but England under the pressures of
they are pleased to know scientific discovery and social change,
'that most of the Schools are and the need for constant effort to
making their presence felt. preserve it.
The Mahaut Staff must Civil Rights Struggle
be congratulated on gaining
the full support of parems, Goes On
who will provide one hun,
dred and eightythree pupils Doctor Martin Luther King Am-
with a text bookcosting ix erican Negro civil rights leader accep,
with a text book citing s ted h;s 964 Nobel Prize in Oslo on
ty cents. In this respect, December to, as "a profound re-
Mahaut School has set a lead cognition that non-violence is the ars-
which others may well emu, wer to the crucial political and moral
late. question of our time the need for
o man to overcome oppression and vio,
The Home Econoics lence without esorting to violence
Certre at Roseau has had a and oppression".
special programme this week Meanwhile in Meridian, Mississip,
for each visiting school that pi, the United States Justice Depart-.
takes advantage of facilities meant will have to disclose evidence
e n e f fcitie that it hopes will show the need for
Sfe r e d. The: Education further legal action against 19 of the
Officer saw the termly test t2 men charged in connection with
with the results of the Home the slaying of three civil tights w-r-
Economics class operated at kers. The Federal Government must
the Mahaut Primary School. show in preliminary hearing before
United States Commissioner Esther
The large maps were pre, Charter "probable cause" for grand
sented to the St. Joseph jury action on charges filed in what
Govt. School by the Parish F.B.I. calls Klu Klux Klan plan.
Priest, who recently returned Earlier state authorities had released
fro a t T t. the men in defiance of the Federal
from a vacation. The St. a
Martn's Girls' School won arres
the J B. Charles Trophy for DEATH OF WOMAN POET
the highest ag gregate Dame Edith Sitwell famous writer
among the best four pupils and poet died in a London hospital
who sat the Standard Seven, afier a heart attack aged 77. (CP)
th School Leaving Certificate BRITISH L, P. CHAIRMAN
Examination this year.
Examination this year. Minister of Labour Ray Gunfter
(A release from the Education was elected Chairman of the British
Offier.) Labour Party last week.


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Students Support
For Federation
At a meeting held at Sir
George Williams University
in Montreal on November
-27, 1964, a group of E.stern
Caribbean Students unani-
mously adopted the following
points to present to the Ioth
Session cf t h e Regional
Council of Ministers of the
proposed "West I nd i e s
Federation."
*This extraordinary bit of
correspondence had its origin
in the joy and alacriy with
which we received the news
of your exceptionally purl
poseful and fruitful delibtra,
tions on the occasion of your
last meeting in October.
rie West Indian student
body in Canada nas been
following these ivelopirents
with keen intres., as fed;ra,
tion offers the best opportunity
ty for obtaining optimum
results from the contribution
which we hope to make to
the drive for development.
We wish to congratulate
you very sincerely on a most
outstanding achievement: -
managing at last to trano.tcr
that harmony of interest and
desire which we feel exists at
the personal leTei in cur


Jr*rUJ.& m '.3j LT' 7r m m --- is^a religictorrn tha- we- are e hilden appy V A. LAN R


decisions on the political and
economic plane which give
material expression to, rather
than frustrate, the general
will. We feel that for the
first time, we have started on
a road that leads to soTme/
where, let us with forthright
step arrive there together
undeterred by petty filibuster-
ing or tange;,tial straying into
blind alleys.
We wish to take the liberty of
outlining very broadly, our thoughts
on some ofthe more controversial
issues involved. We support whole-
heartedly a Federation strongly centra-
lized on the critical, economic and judi,
cial fronts and consequently advo,
cate: -
r. Investing the Federl Govern-
ment with superior legislative
and executive powers.
2. Securing a fair distribution af
un't representation at the centre
that is consistent with the
achievement of maximum effi-
ciency at A.inimum cost.
3. Federalisation of the admiais,
ration and unification of the
structure of the tax-collecting
machinery as far as possible.
4. Standardisation and simphfi,
cation ofcusroms regulations
and procedure wit hin the
Federal Area.
5. Freedom of movement of
gods and pe.ohs within the
Area,
6. While not making it a pre-
requisite to. Federation the
active pursuit of sizable devel,
opment funds and the speedy
invitation of a "bootstrap"


meat el s


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and


STRENGTH H


ing the fullest co-operation of guardians are too busy or too careless I
local resources and initiative, Ito educate their children from the
and aimed at ensuing fiscal cradle or to co-operate with teachers.
and economic viability. The co-operation between teachers
7. Federalisation of the Magistracy and parents is the best weapon for
and the Judiciary and the maintaining discipline at school, and
establishment of a Federal Sui- for ensuring successful teachig in
preme Court with appellate school. Some men should stop com,
jurisdiction on legal and con, plaining and lely themselves with
stiutional matters. one another for all-round improve-
8. Regional co-operation in mat- ment in the world. This is what
ters ofcommon interest in the Pestalozzi tried to teach his pupils.
wider Caribbean context, and The relations between teacher and
purposeful effort's towards re- pupil, and school discipline general-
slvng the political ambiguity ly, must be based upon and ruled
which n:w inhabits the ex- by love. The foundation of moral
tension cf the federal area. up-bringing lies in the relation of
With these reflections we send mother and child, said Pestalozzi.
you good wishes for yet another Pestalozzi's object was to foster
successful session, in the knowledge the internal growth of the intellectual
that with courage, honesty, unsel- and moral man. Herbert Spencer
fishness and statesmanship, your (r820- 1r903) ani some educa,
efforts will result in the establishment tionists accepted Pestalozzi's educa-
of a new "West Indies" of which tional theory but criticized his prac-
we can all be justly proud, rice: They said, "the Pestalazzian
Signed: system seems scarcely to have fulfill,
ROOSEVELT BERNARD DOUGLAS ed the promise of its theory." "Th.
Co-Chairman Pestalozzian schools have not turned
A.R.W. LOVELL out any uausal proportion ofdistin,
Co-CSairman guished men." "Bad teachers will


Notes On
Pestalozzi
(Concludedfrom last week)
Pestalozzie taught siaging, physi-
c:l exercises and manual work.
He taught that the home is the
basis ofthe education of humanity.
The most important need of man is
his relation with God. The source
ofjnstice and every blessing in the,
world, the source oifbrotherly love
amnnr men. i, the erand ideranF


fail even with the besi methods."
"The goodness of the method be-
comes in such a case a cause of
Failure." "An unskilled artisian
wi:l botch his work."
Says Herbert Spenser, "as before
said, however, agreement with Pes-
talozzi's theory does not involve
agreement with his practice."
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PAGE SEVEN


Drama And Music
Prizegiving
Shakespeare's Bust For R.B,S.
The prizegiving for exceptional
performances by various individuals
and schools luring the Shakespeare
Drama and Mus:c Festival was held
at the Dominica Grammar School on
Thursday Dec. io.
The fine carved Shakespeare bust
by Mr. David MacDowell, decd.,was
awarded to Roseat Boys School,
which had the highest points. The
British Council's special prize (a me-
dal) went to Miss Amah Harris of
C. H. S.
The short function, w h ic h was
poorly attended, ended at 6 p.m. after
Mr. Joffre Robinson moved a warm
vote of thanks to all who had worked
so hard in making the Festival the
success it undoubtedly was. Hon.
W. S. Stevens welcomed the Acting
Administrator (H. H. John Bully)
to his first function in the new post.
Schools which attended for special
prizes included Soufriere, Portsmouth,
Marigot, St. Joseph, Cochran, St.
John's School, and Trafalgar.


British Council
30 Years Old
The British Council celebrated
its thirtieth birthday on Sunday.
The Council has vastly expanded
over the years and now has a izo
million budget. "Right in the centre
fall our work," said a British
Council spokesman. "you will find
the English language, England is
only a part ofthe Englishspeaking
world."







D N"!ICA FPERALD


REMEMBERING ERIC'S BIRTHDAY
December 21st
These lines by Matthew Arnold recall o ur ever-beloved
Eric Shillingford, who was destroyed by fire in March 1963, in the
full flower of his manhood:
For early didst thou leave the world, with powers
Fresh, undiverted to the world without,
Firm to their mark, not spent on other things;
Free from the sick fatigue, the languid doubt,
Which much to have tried, in much been baffled, brings.
O Life unlike to ours!
-FROM HIS WIFE AND HIS MOTHER.


Pamtomime
Ahead!
With little over two weeks
to go, the producers and
members of the cast of "Cin,
derella", t he panomime
being presented by the Dom,
inica Hospitals Appeal Func
committee, are hard at work
polishing the production and
memorismg elu s i v e lines,
There have been the usual
worries and se backs the
music for the piano accom,
paniment was held up in the
mail and arrived very late,
but it is now in. the come,
tent hands of Mr. Harry
'Entwistle, while the talented
young Mr. John Armstrong
is designing and constructing
all the sets. Mrs. Jean
Thompson is hard at work
producing costumes, whilst
.--Foreti-s zooming
around in her 'topless' little
car in her inimitable 'jet-
propelled fashion! .
Little, Astrid Lewis
makes a pretty and appealing
bchoine, a poor little kitchen
maid who is wooed and won
by the dashing and hand,
some Prince Charming.
fetchingly played by the tal-
ented Barbara Bully. Ingrid
Corriette makes a glamour,
ous Fairy Godmother, who
with a troupe of very young
ballerinas (trained by Mrs.
Foster) renders an enchant,
ing excerpt from 'Sylvia' by
Delibes. Keith Alleyne, as
the woebegone and down,
trodden Baron Hangover, is
a picture of topsy dignity,
bullied and badgered by his
second wife, played magni'
ficently by Mrs. Beryl Haris.
Dapper George Derrick is
the incorrigible Buttons, who
stops at nothing to champ/
ion Cinderella against her
cruel stepmother and two
ugly sisters, hilariously acted
by Tommy Coulthard and
Jack Baker.
The pantomime is to be
presented on the 29th and
30th of December, with an
afternoon matinee on the 3 st.
Tickets are now on sale, at
D. Disp. & Unique, and it


is advisable to obtain them
early in order to avoid being
disappointed Dom in i c a
Hospitals Appeal Fund,


funds furnished by the I
Government. Actual
struction will be by a


J. .S.
con,
con,


tractor under the supervision
of the Government of Trini,
dad and Tobago.
Completion (in two years
time) will relieve congestion
at the university and will add
new facilities not now avail,
able. The new structures
will enhance the worldwide
reputation which the univer,
sity already enjoys. (USfS)
Wilson And
Brown
Prime Minister Harold


New UWI Buildings Wilson of Britai, returned
home from cordial and suc-
Soon cessful talks with U. S. Pre-
r sidert Lyndon Johnson Lst
Issuance of bids for the week. He also went to
construction of the new Ottawa for friendly discus,
$8,500,o00 (BWI) College sicns with Canadian Prime
of Ars and Sciences build Minister Le s t e r Pearson
ings at the St. Augustine befbreflying back to Eng-
Campus of the Uriversity of land, in time to attend the
the West Indies (UWI), is Labour Party's an nual
assured within the next few conference held at Brighton
weeks as a result of approval lai week.
of the final plans by the
Ministries of Education, and At the annual Confe,
Works, the Economic Plan, rence, Mr. George Brown,
ning Division of the Office Deputy P. M and Secr.tary
of the Pime Minister, the of State for E c on om ic
UWI and the U.S. AgeTcy Affairs, told d e 1 e g a.t e s
fUWI and the U.S. Agency 2z . o ..
for International Develop i ht Ertam was on the verge
ment Missiti -(AI) m- -."g- :rea eak-hro
Trinidad. on the crucial question of
Engineering surveys and forming a planned wages,
planning and the preparation income and prices, policy.
of architectural plans were This was som-thing new in
financedfrom funds provided the world, and was being
by AI D. Construction eagerly watched. Mr. Ray
costs will also be met from Gunter was elected Party Chairman.


NOTICE

This is to notify our customers and
friends that we will be closed for our
annual vacation from 21st. December
1964 to 6th January 1965. During
this period if any paris or services
are urgently required, please contact
the following:

Mr. Errol Hyson,
32 Upper Lane,
Roseau.- Tel: 343,

OR

Mr. Arthur Nesty,
5 St. Johnson Avenue,
Roseau.
DOMINICA TRACTORS & EQUIPMENT CO. LTD.
GOODWILL. TEL: 380
Dec. 19


MOTOR TYCOON DEAD
Lord Rootes chairman and founder of the giant
Rootes Company died on Saturday at age sev-nty.

REQUIRED
OPERATOR FOR
CRAWLER TRACTOR
Apply: Manager,
Melville Hall Estates,
S1Marigot,
Dc zDominica.
Dec. i, 19 1
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GOOD


WINES
OF
FINE
VALUE


choose

WHITEWAYS
ALL WAYS
AGENTS--
STOKES & BYNOE LIMITED

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DOMINICA AMATEUR SPORTS
ASSOCIATION
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
OF CRICKETERS WILL BE HELD AT
THE ROSEAU GIRLS' SCHOOL (NEAR
WrNDSOR PARK), ON WEDNESDAY 30TH
DECEMBER, AT 5.00p.m.
MEMBERS OF CRICKET CLUBS
THROUGHOUT THE ISLAND ARE IN-
VITED TO ATTEND.
AGENDA:-


I. MINUTES OF LAST MEETING
2. MATTERS ARISING OUT OF MINUTES
3. SECRETARY'S REPORT ON 1964
CRICKET SEASON
4. 1965 CRICKET SEASON
5. ANY OTHER BUSINESS.
S (SGD.) E. R. ROBINSON,
HON. SECRETARY,
_CRICKETSURB-COM IED.A
D.A.S.A.


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PAGE NINE


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1964


Applications For
Liquor Licences
To the Magistrate Dist. E"
& Chief of Police.
I, THERESA ELOI nfw reiiding
at Massacre Parish of St. Paul do
hereby give you notice that it is my
intention to a ppl 1 y at the Magiv
trate's Court to be held at Roseau
on Saturday, the and. day of
January 1965, ensuing for a
TAVERN LIQUOR LICENCE in res-
pect of my premises at Massacre,
Parish of St. Paul.
Dated the 7th day of Dec. 1964.
THERESA ELOI
Dec. 12-- 26
To the Magistrate Dist. "E" &
Chief of Police.
I, MEANELLA ALEXANDER now
residing at Belles Pa rish cf St.
Ceorge do hereby give you nouce
that it is my intenuon to apply at
the MIagistrate's Court to be held
at Roseau on Saturday, the and
day of January 1965, enu:ng for
a retail LIQUOR LICENCE in res-
pect of my premises at Belles Parish
cf St. George,
Dated the 8th day of Dec. 1964.
MEANELLA ALEXANDER
Dec. 12-26
To the Magistrale L)itr "F" &
Chief of Police
I, Coxon L'Homme niov res!d
ing at La Plaine Palish of St.
Patrick di hereby p:ve yiu nonce
that it is my intenuon to apply a' the
Magistrate's Cou:t to be he'd at
La Plaine cn Saturday, the and d-y
of January 1964 ensuing for a
TAVERN LIQUOR LICENCE in respect
of my premises t La Plaine Parish
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Dated the ioth day of December
1964.
CoxoN L'HOMME
Dec. i2 26
To the Magistrate Dist. "E" &
Chief of Police.
I, ELIZABETH ROYER now res-
iding at Rivcrsdale Parish of
St. George do hereby give you no-
tice that it is my intension to apply at
the Magistrare's Court to be held at
Rusean on Saturday, the 2nd day
of January 1965, ensuing for a
retail LIQUOR LICENCE in respect
of my premises at Rive.sdale Parish
of St. George.
Dated ihe 13th day of Nov. 1964.
ELIZABETH ROYER.
Dec 12-26


To the Magistrate Dist. "G"
& Chief of Police.
I, Leoma Dupigny now residing
at Bataca Parish of St. iJavid do
hereby give you notice that it is my
intention to apply at the Magistrate's
Court to be held at Marigot on
Monday the 4th day of January
965. ensnring f.r a retail LIQUOR
LICENCE in aspectt of my premises
at Bataca Parish of St. David
Dated 1he 8th day of December
1964.
LEOMA DUPINGY
12 Dec 26
To tle Magistrate Dist. "E"
& Chiefof Police.
I, THERESA EtOI now residing
at Massacre Parish of St. Paul do
hereby give you notice that it is
my intention to apply at the
Magistrate's Court to be held at
Roseau on Saturday, the 2nd day
of January, 1965, ensuing for a
retail LIQUOR LICENCE. in respect


of my premises at Massacre Parish
of St. Paul.
Dated the 7th day of Dec. 1964
THERESA ELOI"
Dec. 12 -26


retail LIQUOR LICENCE in respect IMarigo: on Monday, the 4th day istrate's Court to be held at Roseau
of my premises at Citronier Parish of January 1965, ens ui n g for a on Saturday, the 2nd day January,
of St. George. retail LIQUOR LICENCE in respect 1965, e n s u ng for a retail
Dated the 26th day of Novem, of my premises at Atkinson. Parish LIQUOR LICENCE in respect of my
ber, 1964. of St. David. premises at Roger P a r i sh of St.
NE1 I T.S PGEORGEC Dated the Ist day of Dec. 1964. George.


To the Magistra:e Dist. "E" & Dec. 5-ig ETTY LAURENT
Chief of Police. Dec. 5-19
I, NEOLISE GEORGE now resi- To the Magistrate Dist. "G" &
ding at Citronier P ar i sh of St. Chief of Police. To the Magistrate Dist E" &
George do hereby give you notice I, ETTY LAURENT now resid- Chief of Police.
shat it is my intention to apply at ing at Atkinson Parish of St. Da- I, CHARLES GRAHAM, now re-
the Magistrate's Courtt to be hel lvid do hereby give you notice that siding at Roger Patish of St George
at Roseau on Saturday, t h e 2nd it is my intention to apply at the do hereby give you notice that it is
day of Jan. 1965, e n s u ing for a Magistrate's Court to be held at my intention to apply at the Mag-
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Dated the 25th day of November
964.
CHARLES GRAHAM
(per L. D. JOSEPH)
Dec. 5-19

SEASON'S
GREETINGS


Happy Holidays...


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SPOTLIGHT

INTERNATIONAL SPORT-
CRICKET
The Queensland and Australia
test allrounder Tom Veivers has in-
dicated to the Australian board of
control that he won't be available if
selected for the Australian tour of the
West Indies next year. Veivers said
on Thursday that business and dom-
estic reasons were the prime factors in
this decision. This is the second top
player who has taken this stand. Pe,
ter Burge is also unavailable for bus,
iness reasons.-
M.C.C. Beat Universities
M.G.C. easily defeated the South
African Universities earlier this week
by an innings and 112 runs. The fi,
nal scores were: M. .C.C 356;
S. A. Universities 114 and 130.
-BOXING-
Joey Guardello of New Jersey
successfully defended his world m';d
dieweight title against Rubin Carter
of the same state. Guardello rallied
strongly in the later rounds to gain a
points verdict. He said after the fight
that a match with top ranking Joey
Archer or Dick Tiger would be
desirable.
Former Worl d Heavyweight


Champion, Floyd Patterson knocked members was held on Men-
out unranked Charlie Powell in a d afternoon the 14th De
bout staged in Puerto Rico on Sun- 64
day. Patterson won in the sixth round j member 1964 to decide on
of the scheduled ten rounder. He the dosing hours for shops
regarded this fight as a warm-uo for and other Commercial busit
his big fight with George Chuvalo ness during the Chris:mas I
on February Ist. season.


New Deputy
Superintendent
of Police
On the recommendation
of the Public Service Com,
mission, Mr. J. M. Lewis,
Assistant Superintendent
of St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla
Police Force, has been ap,
pointed Deputy Superinten,
dent of Police, Dominica.
Mr. Lewis is expected to
assume duty early in January,
1965. (GIS)

0. of C. AND
SHOPPING HOURS
An Extr a-Ordinary


General Meeting of th
Chamber attended by te


SPECIAL XMAS OFFER

AT THE "PH O EN IX"
Tit .Fn


4ia EaW i W


5 & 6 ft. at $3.00 each

Apples-- Pears

Red & White Grapes


$1.30 Doz.


EGGS


BEEF LIVER 800 Ib.


A. C. S. L0. TD.
Dec. 19


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BUSINESSMEN:
WHY NOT SAVE TIME, MONEY & WORRY P
The SIM PLEX ACCOUNT BOOK tel Is
you at a glance whether the business
you did for the year is GOOD BUSI-
NESS or BAD BUSINESS.
It saves you time, money and worry
and is obtainable in $ and 0 columns.
Throughout U.K., Income Tax Re-
turns supported by the SIMPLEX
ACCOUNT BOOK are accepted by
the Authorities. It is suitable for all
offices, trades and private businesses.
Order your copy or copies direct
from the Agents or write P. O. Box
164, Roseau, Dominica, Br. W.I.
Oct.3-Dec. 26. (13 Sats.)


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NOTICE
SHOP HOURS


A IE W W


NOTICE
j wish to info rm the general
public that I have disinherited
my son, EMERSON ESPRIT, and I
am no longer responsible for him,
he having given me due causes
for my disinheriting him. The causes
are too numerous to be published.
(Sgd): TOULOUTE ESPRIT
Dec. i9 Jan. 2

Contractor's Services


Under the provisions of When you want to build, be it a
Section 5 of the Shop Hours business place, a dwelling house or
Ordinance, 1937 (No. 18 of renovation in or out of town you
1937), notwithstanding any, need a Builder Contractor. Why
thing contained in the Shop not contact D. J. B. Bruney (popu-
Hours Order, 1937 (S. R. larlv known as Brother Bruns),
Hours Order, 1937 (S. k. 48Steber Street, Pottersville for
& 0. No. 14 of 1937) shops top quality workmanship.
within the boundaries of the Moderate Prices.
Town of Roseau and one For reference contact Dominica
mile beyond and within the Cooperative Bankor Mr. Ted Honey-
boundaries of the Town of church ,
Portsmouth and one mile B. BRUEY.
beyond are hereiy author;sed
to remain open for serving CALIBISH IE )
customers up to the follow,
ing hours on the dates specie A DAY-and-
fled below:-- will be held i
Thursday 24th December Decemt
7.00 p.m. by the 17th Dom


Thursday 31st December
4.00 p.m.
J. BULLY,
Acting Administrator,
Government House,
Dominica.
ith Dec.. 1064.


Ref.No. 3/74.
D=c.19-24


of Cali
Doors open (day
Entrance: 7
Night: 8 p.n
Entrance: $


WIFE NOTICE
I, SEVERIN ABRAHAM of Wood-
ford-Hill hereby declared that I am
no longer responsible f o r any
debts or other liabilities incurred
by my wife CLARON ABRAHAM
(nee Honore) she having left my
home and protection without just
cause.
(Sgd) SEVERIN ABRAHAM

TENDERS
TENDERS are invited for the pur-
' chase of one Bantam B. S.A.
Motor Cycle.
The Cycle can be seen in the
yard of the Treasury Building.
Tenders should be sealed in
envelopes marked "Tenders for
the purchase of Motor Cycle",
addressed to the Colonial Postmas-
ter, G. P 0., Roseau, and should
reach the Post Office not later
than M o n d a y the 21st Decem-
ber, 1964.
G.O. 144 Dec. 19, 24. *,


NIGHT DANCE
n Calibishie on
ber 25
inica Scout Troop
bishie
) 1 p.m.-6 p.m.;
5 and 500.
n. 3 a.m.;
1.00 and 750


_Music by Pat Stevens and His Orchestra.
Dec. 19


SCHOOL CONCERT, I i
LAUOAT
On Sunday night I3th FIRST CLASS
Dec. the pupils of the La- i
dat School staged an inter- FROM AUSTRALIA!
testing concert to mark the
end of the fist school term
of the year. The large aud -E i i
ience laughed heartily as 1 ta
they saw the pupils act the
Christmas Play (Bab.osh-
ka), Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs, Rumpelstilt-
skin, Who Killed Cock I. .
Robin, Merry Christmas,
and wore. I)
At the end the Head Tea, i iiii
cher distributed five Stan-, iiii li
dard VII Certificates and AUSTRALIAN A T ......i
two book-prizes awarded U TRAN
by Mr. Jacob Dib to the
best boy in Arithmetic and PO ]RT
the best behaved girl. Pro-
ceeds of the concert went to a high-strength, sweet red
the school's fupd.
-Contrib. wine made from luscious fresh
grapes. Healthful and 1
Victory Again invigorating. Buy a bottle .
For Calibishie today and be rewarded
On Sunday December by your choice.
13 after Mass at a successful Other EMU prize wines...
rounders game between the EMU-Burgundy and Sauternes
Calbishie and Portsmouth EU-Burgundy and Sauterne
Teams, Calibishie batted EMU-Sherriea
twice and made 76 and oS5 EMU-999 Tawny Port
runs respectively and Ports' Dominica Distributors: i
mouth 65 and 55 runs. A. C. Shillingford & Co., Ltd.,
The game was won by
Calibishie by 8r runs. 1964 Roseau.
ends and leaves Calibishie
in victory.-(Contrib.) :


PRINTED AND PUBLWU'BD BY ;,MAIARTSON CHARLES, THE BHBRAL'S PRNTIRY, 31 KENNEDY AVENUE, ROSEAU, DOMINICA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1964


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