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ESTABLISHED r955 THURSDAY, DECFMBER 24, 1964 PRICE 1o0
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Three Things Which Divide Mankind
Firmly and gently taking away the initiative from global dip.
lamats and rulers, Pope Paul issued a Christma: message on Tues,
day. We publish below the verbatim BBC report:-
POPE PAUL, in hi; Christmas message to the world,
appealed to the rulers of the nations to find a way to
promote the process of disarmament. 'We would like to
see', he sa d 'a genero"ls amount of investigation of how
miikary expenditure could by stages be diverted to human,
tarian ends. Hunger and misery, sickness and ignorance,
still cry out for remedy.' He expressed amazement at the
building up of stockpiles of
ipoerful a r, d destructive .CH R IS
weapons at enormous cost in
money and manpower, a
process which results iry
mutual fear bedig made th
treacherous and. inhuman
basis of world peace.
The Pbpe went on toast obstacles
in the way of human brotherhood.
-'UO t,. he "le '- "' --- .. ..
divides peoples and raises barriers f
conflicting ideologies. Another is
racialism, which separates the differ-
ent branches of the human family,
resulting in pride, mimust and op-
'pression. 'There is also', he aided,
'the barrier of class, still a veiy real
source of division in human society,
and man should search for a more
humane pattern ofsocial' 1ving'.
Pope Paul said the Church must
publicly express her sorrow when a
people's right to worship is impeded
or forbidden. It will go on proclaim-
ing justice and religious liberty and
permitting respect for whatever is true
and good in every religion and in
every human opinion. ....
People's Post will be re, Huge Roman candles, apparent
sumed after Christmas.-Ed. in the West End of Lordon.
The P-oprietor of the DOMIN-
ICA HERALD joins with the
Editor, Manager, Printery, and
Office Staff in wishing all our
S readers, contributors, adver-
tisers, subscribers, agents and !
newsboys, in nearby homes
and distant lands:
) 'A GOOD CHRISTMAS
A SPLENDID NEW YEAR
Infirmary Party Allfrey And
Residents of the Dominica Loblack
Infirmary enjoyed an excel-
lent party last Sunday. The '965 Public ~I
Music Lovers Band paed The two founders
in a beflagged garden, the ica Labour Party, i
Red Cross and local charities Shand Allfry and the
provided gifts, and free drinks Loblack, will hold a pu
were given by Bottlers Ltd. at 8.15 p.m. onThurs
Among those present were 14th in th'Dawbiney M
members of the B i nd have applied to the D.I
Sc s of te the public address system
MAS LIG HTS
Hot Xmas Meal
ly suspended in space, bring a gaiety and brilliance to Oxford Sre
The decorations will remain until' the New Year.
THE CHRISTMAS STROLLERS
'Tis Christ.nas eve, and cool. With quiet feet
The strolling singers cross to where the street
Splinters with silver, like a jagged sheet.
Imagine! In a land devoid of sicw
The starlight makes a frosted festoon show,
Mock fir-trees lifting up their fruits aglow.
What does it signify That everywhere,
From polar wastes to palmy hemisphere
The world keeps tryst with a remembrance clea
And the remembrance--Just some common ha
Smoothed in a box against a Boy's birthday.
Yet see! The oxen curl their hoofs to pray.
O, what a childish fancy That is why
All children love it so, and glorify
The tender legend which will never die.
And that is why, like children, strollers gaze
At neighbours' Christkmas tries through starry
And to the Child their simple carols raise,
His Lordsh;p Bishop Arnold
Boghaert, back since thepast week-
e.d from tLe Vatican's last Ecuimen-.
ical session, blessed the dinner for
ing the Poor which vas celebrated in
St. Martins's school! at 'middy+ bn
Domin. Tuesday. Over 320 'needy pdsons
Phyllis weie served with a good hot, meal,
on E.C. buns, rcbacco and tots of ,rum..
meeting Assisting at the feast were ..H..
January The caringg Administrator (Mr. J.
et. They Bully), Archdeacon La.n,' His
to hire Worship Mayor.Lestrade;,the Social
S Welfare Officer and membersof the
Local Charites.Committee withMrs.
Stafford ShilHngford. Other helpers
included Mist E. ,Richie, ';Miss
Koeune. Miss J. O'Btfie 'r nk'is.
L: Robinson. The .tfilding das
S gaily decorated by Sisters Borgia and
Theophane aided by Y.C.W. girls,
who also helped to cook th2 .meal.
A. Christmrs play by'the Y.C.W..
entertained the guests.
I if"l tuIu I uUUMI -"
S SUNDAY: M. V. Sunclip,
per from Canada via St.
Lrucia 280 tors general
cargo of flour, codfish, etc.;
M. V. Geestland from U. K.
with 42 tons general cargo
incl. beer, gin & general
merchandise, and 2 vehicles
MONDAY: M. V. Themis
from ihe Gulf Ports with 42,
tons general cargo, mostly.
M. V. Ice ;Flower, general
cargo (frozen chicken) from
et U. S. A.; M V. Federal
Maple fr om St. Lucia
with too 0 ons gen. cargo of
spirits, general merchandise
--landed 23 passengers *
WEDNESDAY (exp e c t e d)'
M. V. Federal Palm south,
bound; S. S, Herdsman (Har,-
rison Line) with ..Peneral
cargo; M. V. Geestland from
St. Lucia to load bananas at
Fond Cole cargo of 650o
bales paper for Geests. '"
ay Duke Of Windsor
The 70 year old Duke of
Windsor passed the crucial
48 hour postoperative period
in excellent condition, after
he had undergone an opera-
haze tion to replace a large bloo:l
vessel by a plastic tube. CP.
A GREAT CHRISTMIAS MESSAGE
92"Yi~.~ZIUr\,r C -rr
DOMINICA HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, r964
Dominica Expearts *r iBat os when the
.,-Chicke- questionn was one of singing.
ChIcke ::, They never failed to get warm
and prolonged applauses for
The first shipment of fresh-: tbeir peiformances on special
killed chicken, raised and ocasons in' the city o f
OUR CHRISTMAS STORY
My Grannie's Christmas
The other day when the shio Irpinia carried away people to
England, four little crying children left their Grannie, to go and join
processed on Dominica, was Bridgetown.
exported by air to Antigua I have been trying to think
last week. Among the re, of an occasion when the
cipients were the three largest Institute's choir might have
supermarkets: B r y son s, excelled t h e wellblended
Dew's and Barreto's. Part haraJnious voices I listened
of this first delivery went to to on Thursday night Dee.
three of the larger hotels: 17 at the St. Gerard's Hall.
The White Sands, Carib/ But I have not yet been suc,
ben Beich Club add Anti- dessful. The programme
gua Beach Hotel. This was a wel-balanced one Lnd i
interesting news was learned the audience was appreciative I
from Mr. Bruce Robinson, of the idea of being invited to I
Director of Sylvania Farms, take part in certain items at 3
who said, specified intervals. Song
"In spite of an-increasing sheets ror the audience rela,
demand from other islands tive to these specified items
for quality dressed chicken, were the only thing missing.
we refused to take this step The choir's renditions were
until we were absolutely cer/ truly Carols sung at their
tain we could adequately b es t. The Government
supply local orders first Music Lovers' Band was in
"An- adequate supply is attendance under the direction
nowassured. Sylvania-Fresh of Mr.C. Bellot and the
Chicken is available at many pieces contributed by the
stoes throughout Dominica members including Mr. B.
as well as our own Farm-to- Casimir's trumpet solo
iYelOQutlet- recendty opened gave enjoyment to all.
at the former Eli's Boutique At the Rawle's one had to
in Roseau." be thoroughly groindcd in
+-- '-- -- d the theory and practice of
lIt W W plk r s vocal music, then a compul
dhir Excelled At term examinations each
individual had to be tested in
I was a choir memb:-- of singing (three selections: two .
the RAWLE TEACH, by the examiner and one by
ERS',TRAINING INSTI re examine) timed by a From Dr.Eric
TUTE (Cadnngton Col,' metrp ome. If :he vocal Uiliam
lege) for two years. rhythm did not measure up
Under the expert tuition. satisfactorily to that of the Christmas.
of the famous Mr. Parkinson meronome then all the can, AoSoag
(deceased) a Barbadian gra- didate had to confess sq his Met agI
duate of Tuskegee wh o colleagues waS: "I was' ut of (1963)
conducted classes in sigingi, luck today." When he or:
woodwork, drawing, teaching' she secured a high pass it was . do rct cirA
methods and general know, not without the inward satis- cumscribe the n.rion,
ledge, Rawlites (Mr. Walker, faction that there was much al wellbeing by
I think, was one) were then earnest sweating for it (i. e. identifying it solely
regarded among the highest count on p.) with material iml
SBU SI N E SSME N:
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you at a glance whether the business
you did for the year is GOOD BUSI-
NE$S 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 ithe Agen.s or write P. O. Box
164, Roseau, Dlominica, Br. W.I.
Odt3--Dee. z2. (13 _;s.)
provements. A mass
of individuals living
now for now cannot
make a nation. The
national effort for a
carefully planned im,
provement in the
general standard of
living based on care,
fully selected priorities
cannot succeed if the
individual citi zen
arrogates to himself
the right to do what
he pleases with his
business or his or,
ganisation or to spend
freely and thought,
lessly what the nation
has so patiently
sought to accumu,
their parents in London. The reult
is that for the first time in hr life
my Grannie is free to spend Christ-
mas with ne in my present home.
Grannies in out poor and en-
chanted island Dominica should be
considered the most important people
in the different families of this terri-
tcry. Well, to tell the toth about
the grannies I am going to take as
an example one who is my own
S TS. actual story begins thus:
when I started to understand the
facts of life a little, some of te first
words I was tild were about how
my grannie was kind to me from the
time I was eight months old.
Anyone can imagine a child of
eight months in care of a grannie.
Remember she tnust have had
trouble! Anyway she was so good
and kind and wished to see her
family all well-cared for, so she took
a lot of trouble. During my eirly
childhood I was not a healthy child
and she had a lot of worry with me,
and only got help fiom my aunt, two
uncles and my dad whom I dearly
love. She grew flowers in her yard
for sale. She went walking? miles
in the early days down to town to
get medicines tc make me btter, for
we live in a ..oumtain village
I didn't go to school Carly as
some children do because of my
health; I stayed in graiue's home,
but the moment I started school she'
saw to it that I had my prer meals
znd clothes for every ocasin, When
first communion i nd confirmation
took place though she hadhdlp from
theflmily, yet most thanks are due
Ito her for what she did. She was so
cd to be independent. I can remcm-
ber once when I went up in the
Sc (ontC on pagt 9)!
Applications For Dominica Banana Growers' Association
Liquor Licences NOTICE TO BANANA GROWERS.
To the Magistrate Dist. "E"
& Chief of Police. BANANA PRICES.
I, THERESA ELOI niw reiuing
at Massacre Parish of St. Paul do GROWERS ar: notified that consequent upon the re,
hereby give you notice that it is my duction of the present Green Boat Price of 49. z5. c by
intention to a ply at the Magi, one unit of f 3. 1o to 646. 5S per ton effective 21st De,
nat's C a to be held.a Ryofau ce.nber, 1964, the price payable for bananas from that date
January y Iag5, ensuing for a will be as follows:-
TAVERN LIQUOR LICENCE in res- At Reception Stations 4.04 per lb.
pect of my premises at Massacre At Southern & Eastern Buying Points 3.4 ,,
Patish of St. Paul. At Northern Euying Points 3.28 ,, ,
Dated the 7th day of Dec. 1964.101"
THERESA ELOI Growers who qualify for Incentive Bonus will receive
Dec. 12- 26 an additional .250 per lb.
To the Magistrate Dht. "E" & A. D. BOYD
Chief of Police. 18th Dec., Z964. General Manager.
I, MEANELLA ALEXANDER now Dec. 24
residing at Belles P a r is h cf St.
George do hereby give you notice
that it is my intention to apply at
the Magistrate's Court to be held PUBLIC NOTICE
at Roseau on Saturday, the and
day of January 1965, ensuing for
a rtiail LIQUOR LICENCE in res-
pect of my premises at Belles Parish INCOME TAX-RETURNS OF INCOME-YEAR OF ASSESSMENT
cf St. George.
Dated the 8th day of Dec. 1964. 1965
Dec. 12-26 Attention is drawn to Section 40 of the Income Tax
To the Magistrate Dist "F" & Ordinance No. 7 of 1961 which states:-
Chi of Police no rsd "Ev:ry person chargeable with tax shall, on or before
ing at a Plaine Paoish of St. the prescribed date in every year, deliver t the Corn,
Patricku d, hereby give you notice missioners a true and correct Return of the whole
that it is my intention to apply at the of his income from any source whatever for the year
Magisiate's Court to be held at immediately proceeding the yearofi assessment and
L Pine on Sua r day, the 2nd dry shall, if absent from the Colony, give the name and
of January 1964 ensuing for a i
-T. xatC L .nc .5..... f --address of -nAgent.tesiding it rhef Conyv "_
of my premises at La Plaine Parish The prescribed date in each year is as follows:-
of St. Patrick.
Datld the roth day of December Public Officers. . 3st January.
1964. Persons other than Publi Officers.. 31st March.
CoxoN L'HoMME It should be specially 5toted that any persdi who fails
Dec. 12 26 to make a Return in the manner and at the time required
To the Magistrate Dist. "E" & by Section 40 of the Income Tax Ordinance No. 7 of
Chief of Police. 1961 shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance
I, ELzABETH RoYER Dnow rS' and shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not
iding at Riv ersdale Parish of
St. George do hereby give you no- exceeding seven hundred and fifty dollars, and in default
twice that it is my intension to apply at of payment to imprisonment, with or without hard labour,
the Magistrate's Court to be held at for any term not exceeding twelve months. (Vide Section
Rosean on Saturday, the 2nd day, 45 and 70 of Income Tax Ordinance No. 7 of 196r).
of January r965, e n s ui n g for a Owing to default in furnishing returns by a large
retail LIQUOR LICENCE in respect
of my premises at Riveisdale Parish number of persons, the Commissioners of Income Tax are
of St. George. caused an unnecessary amount of inconvenie.ice and extri
Dated ihe 13th day of Nov. 1964. labour in assessing Income Tax and accordingly the pro,
ELIZABETH ROYER. visions of the law against such persons will be enforced.
Dec 1--26 Returns by persons engaged in business or in agricul,
To the Magistrate Dist. "G" turalpursuits must be accompanied by statements of
& Chief of Police. account and in this respect the attention of all such persons
I, Leoma Dupigny now residing is drawn to section 74 of the Ordinance which states: -
at Bataca Parish of St. ijavid do "Any person engaged in any trade, business or pro,
hereb give yo u lyatcthe Magitrais session shallkeep in the English Language proper
Court to be held at Marigot on books of account sufficient to record all transactions
Monday the 4th day of January necessary in order to ascertain the gains and profits
1965. ensuing far a retail LIQUOR made or the loss incurred in each such trade, business
LICENCE in respect of my premises or profession and any such person who fails to com-
Bae Batca Parish of St David ply with this provision shiil be guilty of an offence
64 th day of Decemand in addition to any penalty incurred he shall be
LEOMA DUPINGY liable to pay tax to which he may be assessed under
Dec 1 -, 26 the provisions of this Ordinance."
WIFE NOTICE It should be noted that ded-ction for Insurance Pre,
I, SEVERIN ABRAHAM of Wood- miums and Interest on Loans are not allowed unless sup,
ford-Hill hereby declared that I am ported by receipts. .- ,
no longer responsible f or any
debts or other liabilities incurred
by my wife CLARON ABRAHAM
(nee Honore) she having left my
home and protection without just
(Sgd) SEVERIN ABRAHAM
J. MCAT AMNi.
COMPTROLLER OF INLAND REVENUE.
DEPARTMENT OF INLAND REVENUE,
.I6th DECEMBER, 1964.
GO. 147 Dec,Jan. 2, 9
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24,1964
WE publish in this Christmas issue
many messages of greeting from
organizations and persons to their friends
and to the community at large. Since
Christmas is not the time for politics, we
compliment those who have refrained, on
this special occasion commemorating the
Birth of Christ, from using their messages
as vehicles for propaganda or promotion.
In Britain, the politicians send indivi,
dual greetings to their constituents, but
leave it to the Queen to address the nation
and the Commonwealth. We shall be
interested to read all the Christmas mes/
sages put out by Regional Ministers: will
any ofthem direct their greetings to the
silnty waiting potential citizens of a new
Fedation, or just to their "own people"
Leafing through old Christmas cards,
one might imagine that the versifiers had
entered a contest for the banality prize.
Far better than some rhyming jingle are
golden quotations from the New Testa-
ment. The solution, of course, for those
who strive after originality is to write their
own greetings messages, within a discip,
lined maximum of words.
Christmas however, is net a specially
disciplined time of year -- particularly not
for children and even banal greetings
are lovable if the signature attached is a
So up go the decorated trees, and little
flags of cards covered with unknown holly
and ne-wrexperienced snow are pegged up
lke Christmas laundry above the Holy
family and the Crib, even in a tropical
island. They are souvenirs and signals.
They are visible symbols, like the Star
which appeared over Bethlehem some two
thousand years ago.
Two6 "Opein Ba S ^ncordSoo00!1 wh I Ai oI M9r3', TG. Will
Two o n 1y Doherty was here teaching liams 1961 and D. Vigilant
(1) MARIGOT phlyical education, and how 1964.
S l s quickly it was grasped and Following this -were talks
Permit me a little space in handed down to the children! by other speakers who called
your valuable columns to Over Day also included a upon the parents to coope-ate
pen a few lines on An Open netball match played between with the teclers: said on-,
Day of the four buildings a village team and the school "The parents are more teac-,
(Marigot Govt. Schools.) team. Altogether it w a ers than those whom they
During Open Day at the
During Open Day at te actually a splendid day and think are teacherss"
four Mangot Schools arceit is good to note the splendid The Exhibition, which
and specimens made by the effort made by teachers and was opened by Mr. B. E.
pupils and teachers wereon pupil We look forward Baire displayed needlework,
display. These consiste of to even greater things. handcraft, literary books and
drawings o, needlework, DONALD TELEMAQUE. charts.
w odwok, needlework, In the programme was a
brooms, flower-pots, charts,
brooms, flower-pots, charts, (2) LA PLAINE dance which was commend)
children exercise books,ably performed by seven
test papers and results and a On Thursday loth Dec., couples Then came the
class magazine. 1964, The La Plaine school distribution orSchool Learn,
A fair number of parents staged an Open Day at 2.30 ing Certificates. Then the
turned out, particularly in the p.m. Present at the function guests wer" served with tea
afternoon, some spoke to the were: Parish Priest Rev.Fr. by the Misses John, Beau,
pupils, complimenting the Manptit, Com. Develop, piere and Euney. At 8 p.m.
school on the marvellous ment Officer (Mr. B. E. there was a film show by
output of handiwork. The Bairie) Law Officer, (Cop. Mr. Gregoire.
pupils sang school -orgs for Toussaint) Visual Asi d s
the entertainment of the visi, Officer, (Mr. Gregoire) Iron Curtain lifts
tors. While listening to Chairman of Village Ceun, r c sma
their singing and seeing their cil (Mr. G. Rodney) The FOr Christmas
handiwork, one must agree Dist. Nurse, and Agricul, Since last Saturday over
with the Psalmist when he tural Officer Mr. Carbon. ,oo000 West Berliners have
said "Children are a heri, After the opening address been aole to pass through the
stage came a detailed history of the Berlin Wall to visit relatives
Many people were privi/ schools' Head Teachers and in East Berlin for Christma.
pledged to witness demonstra/ progress as far back as 1874. However the Communi t
tions of physical education, He particularly noted J l he government will only allcw
I personally have travelled of scholarships obtained as old age pensioners to vis.t
with the Minister of Labour follows:- Mr. J. Thomas West Berlin. The agree,
and Social Services, and Mr. 1912, 0. Georges 1929, H. ment to allow visits expires
Doherty, from Marigot to Alie 1949, F. Alie 1953, after Christmas.
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1964
ON CHRISTMAS MESSAGES
Young Christmas Shopper
"I ,. ant that funny doll'
By DEEJA Y
Which is the richest country in
the world? Answer: Ireland (Eire).
Its capital is always Dublin. So
Five fishermen out at sea, four are
smokers, have cigaret'cs but no
matches or cigarette lighter. They
light up their cigarettes. How? They
throw overboard the non-smoker
and the boat gets a "little lighter".
The answers a:r so simple. Si-si-
simple but not all si-si-silly. Try
Whbt is a pup after its four days
old: Ohviously five days old!
He.e is a very tricky one, but I
am not giving you the answer. ..
A Dutch-owned aeroplane carry-
ing 20 passengers tc.) of whom are
Cermso, five American and five
English, c-ashes between France and
Spain. Half the aeroplane is in
F r a n c e, halfi;l Spain. Where
would the survivors be buried So
Try this REALLY hard one ....
What do the words "MERRY
Canapress Looks At
Santa Claus usually arrives on a
bicycle in British Guiana siace there
are no fireplaces in tropical George,
sock bv their beds. C hrist mas
carolers carrying cand.-s -nd cups
for collecting have started their
rounds singing in quaint falsetto
voices to emulate children.
There is something different in
British Guiana this Christmas. A
hint ofapprehenslon and uncertainty
in the air. Politics and poor leader
ship have split this once friendly
community, and racial violence be,
tween Guianese of African and East
Indian descent his claimed 167
lives. Now deep fears from racial
rivalries have gone beyond political
The results of the recent election
that put Forbes Burnham ,n the
- ~-'--- `----- U-~----~--L-`
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1964
Premie.'s seat appear to have provi-
ded a potentially explosive setting
for continued unrest and violence
instead of the peace hoped for by
the Bri tish I 'ovc:nment. The
United States feared that Maxist
leader Cheddi jagan wculd tryto
set up a Ca:tro-type of Government
and is understood to have urged the
British into second thoughts abont
giving B.C. its independence. It is
estimated that in fur years rime
Indian vc.ers will be in a majority.
Unless Bur.,ham can do something
to heal racial wounds red bring
Indian voters on to his side, Jagan
could regain power in 1968. CP
Mosaic Disease Spreads
The spread of banana mosaic
disease is causing great concern to
the Windward Islands B a n a n a
Association. W I N B A N Research
Agronomist Ian Twyford states in a
letter to the Banaa Growers Associ,
action "As this disease is spreading
in t"e Windward Islands but might
be controlled if vigorous measures
are taken now, I should be gid if
the subject could be given wide
publicity". his attached memor'n-
dum states that the disease (an kill
rth banana and is spread by aphids
comirg from nearby host pants "f
the cuct mber and tomato a family
including pumpkin, chris'oFhe' t,
nielon and me!ong&ne and tl.cse
_,p ar4_nu.. !r,ot be grown iear
bananas. Also to be eradicated are
water grass and french wied. Spray-
ing with maiathion or othersuita,
ble spray to kil! apbids stors the
transfer of mosaic disease.
(Note: the memorandum will be printed
infull in subs quen: issues)
FORD THAMES VAN
12,Seater, cream & maroon:
good condition. go reason-
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Apply to: H, GEORGE
THURSDAY, DECSEiVFER 24. 1964
CHRISTMAS GREETINGS AND MESSAGES TO ALL
r FROM HIS HONOUR J. BULLY, M. B. E.,
ACTING ADMINISTRATOR, DOMINICA, 1964.
AMP. very pleased indeed to have been given the
opportunity of sending you this message on behalf
of my wife and myself.
At this time of the year Christians throughout
the world traditionally reflect on the birth of CHRIST
among men and their hearts are filled with good
cheer towards their neighbours, especially the youni
As we celebrate this Christmas Season in their
Spirit of 'Glory to God in the Highest and opr
j Earth Peace to men or GooJ Will" let us resolve
to continue to project that spirit into the coming
months and years ever remembering th.i our relations
with the Creator and our fellow creatures should not
Sbe seasonal but reflected in our every day lives.
S Let us therefore in discharging our allotted tasks
Strive to make our community, o u r country and their
Commonwealth to which we belong a little better than
iwe found them so that not only future Christmases bit
tte lives of those who follow us may be br;yhter, happier
Sand crowned with prosperity.
S A very Happy Christmas to one and all
S From The Minister Of Trade & Produetion
As Christmas is drawing nigh, I wish to extend to
you my sincere wishes for a Hdppy Chritmas and a Prosperous New
Year. You have undoubtedly noticed the great economic strides the i
island has made in the direction of increased banana production which
/may well r3a"h 4,000,000 stems this year. }
I The year 1963 was a very sad year for our island because of (
the severe devastation done to the banana industry and other crops
I by Hurricane Edith, but your efforts have been redoubled and having
been assisted by Government you hVve ben able to bring about a
better economic era than existed before.
We ar.e now on the threshold of great political and economic
events which will inevitably shape our destinies; thereforewee must
seek the necessary fortitude and guidance from Almighty God so that
Swe can face successfully the great challenge that lies ahead of us
all. During the year 1964, dignitaries such as the Queen Mother, His
Royal Highness the Duke of Edinqurgh and Hon. Chapman, Member of
i Parliament have all visited our lovely island and we should certainly
. be proud of all this.
What is needed in Dominica today is for every individual to
i cooperate with one another and endeavour to discover new fields of
Industry and enterprise which will mean increased prosperity to
Dominica and a better standard of living for all.
1 Government must play its nart within the limits of its own ability
- but the people must rise above complacency and laissez-faire, so that
[we can all reap a good harvest. I implore God's blessing on you all
Sand I wish you once a Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year.
'- N.A.N. DUGHEAY
* Minister For Trade & Prjduction
Peace On Earth Goodwill To Men1
SBy S. J. LEWIS
When one thinks ofthe rolling years which have reverberated with the
Message of the Augels, "Peace on Earth Goodwi.l to Men," and seems
to see it's non-fulfilu.ent by the Christian World, one is persuaded to
attribute the cause to SELFISHNESS which, like a cancer, afflicts the
The Nations are still warring against one another, human are
divided, Kith and Kin are at varance and the Glorious Message sent
from heaven to earth is n,t heeded.
How apt the words of the hymn:
"But with the woes of sin and srife
The world has suffered long;
Beneath the angels strain have rAlled
Two thousand years of wrong;
And man, at war with man, hears not
The love song which they bring,
O hush the noise, ye men of strife
And hear the angels sing"
Then and only then, shall:
Peace over all the earth
Its ancient splendours fling.
a Season's Greetings
From A, C. Shillingford & Co, Ltd,
At this festive time of the year it is a
pleasure to turn aside from every
day affairs and send to cur Friends
&. Customers old and new warm
Season's Greetings and sincere best
wishes for a Merry Xmas and a
Peaceful New Year.
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Dominica Mental Health Association
The Chairman and Members of the D.M.H.A.
wish everyone Health, Happiness and Jay for
CHRISTMAS and the NEW YEAR:
We appeal to all who have friends or relatives
suffering from mental illness, depression or anxiety,
instability, or irritability, to be patient and sympathetic
and 1lt ccmpasion help them over their difficulties
in this SEASON of HAPPINESS.
A MEDIEVAL CAROLLER?
-- No: it is H.R.H. Princess Alexandra, as first
Chancellor of Britain's rew University of Lancaster.
She conferred .he honorary Doccorate of Law degree
i n Prime Minister Harold Wilson. BIS
SFrom A. FREDERICK
( JOSEPH, Gen. Sec, T.C.C.
Fellow Workers of Domiaica
I have always
contended that when one is wished
a Merry Christmas and a Happy
New Year, the person making the
wish should m:an "I wish that you
Will be able, through the means at
your disposal and without undue
worry over unsettled commitmenas,
to be merry during the Christmas
Season and that things will so
change as to make ycu happier in
the New Yea: than you were this
Have said this, I ask myself but
how can o.ie be really Merry at
Christmas who has never had
enough during the other eleven
months of the year? If the worker
did not have sufficient: to even cat
one decent meal a day how can he
at Christmas be suddenly able to
provide at Last one new suit and a
few good meals for himself and his
It it isfeltthat the Lanceman's
Back-Pay can remain (after a wait
of thiee years) till after Christmas
and how can we also expect him to
rgur. to the job a happy i-an in the
SAndifit is felt that therr is no
need for a Wages Council to deter-
mine how much more a Shop
Assistant should get over the 1959-
awarded $9 per week, hereby depri-
-... T'ihese-IBIS .r..-Tkcr! ."dall j4. --
terim improvement in their standard
of living until they are properly or-
ganized to reap the fruits of Collec,
tive Bargaining through their
Union, how can we expect them to
be. Merry at Christmas and Happy
during the ensuing year? Or can one
be Merry only by selling the niceties
of Christmas while being unable t
possess at least some of these niceties
These and otner thoughts too
many to mention here weigh and
sadden my Christian heart and that
of the president and other members
of the T.C.C. & W.U. while we
think of the working-man in Dom-
inica in relation to how he exists in
general and to such a Season as
Christmas in particular.
But there is yet consolation,
Merriment and MLappiness is not
only of things material. Indeed, a
greater merriment and happiness
than that of the soul or the spirit is
yet to be found.
We of the Christian Trade Union
Movement therefore, wish all our
members in particular and the work-
ers of Dominica in general, the gift
ofA MERRY CHRISTMAS SPIRIT and
the fortitude to fight in the coming
year as a group, to ensure that during
Christmas 1965 many more ofus
will have both the spiritual and the
material wherewithal to be truly
Please remember that the excessive
use of alcohol has never succeeded
in ridding man of his worries, real
AND MESSAGES TO ALL
From The Teacher's Desk
by Dennis Joseph
Por unto us a Son is born, whose real name is Anthonius
Unto us a Son isgiven ... Mathias Polonius with a
Christmas Background surname, which for ob,
Preparations are under vious reasons, I dare not
way for the school breaking, mention. His yells of pain
up Christmas function and are the results of noble efforts
there is much excitement all at pounding in nails to hang
around. The boys are so Christmas decorations. All
excited that it has become a this amidst t h e ceaseless
troublesome business to get blabber and questions which
things moving. Jackson is they seem to delight i, asking
constantly managing to burst and numberless arguments
every balloon he tries to blow; which arise when some boy
Eusra-e has been sweeping who states his qualifications
one part of the room for the as "tired of de cora tin g
past 15 mins, in his willing,, houses," tries to explain how
ness to "do a good job" as things should be done. But
I asked him to, and every it is Christmas time and all
now and then a sfled yell of of this is a part of that joyful
pain comes from a boy whom season.
the others tor no apparent But Wilson who is fond
reason call "Big Brain,' but of querying everything won-
FROM STAR S. LESTRADE
IT is indeed pleasant relaxation from the unrelenting
demands of officialism to send you this message of
reededication to our Brotnerhood in Christ as the feast of
His birth comes once again.
1964 has been a trying year for us, one during which
our concerted efforts in the various fields of social and
cultural improvement were becet with many an una
S3iCiw a d w inefiniriny'airesolved anachronism.
In all this perhaps black cloud, there was however,
the silver lining,
It was also an all-time record year in the history
of this municipality, we having been able'for the first time
to maintain normal services without the usual twice yearly
application for salary advances from the Central Govern-
I should like to exhort you to help us maintain this
disirable standard, one which is only made possible by your
being ever constant in your civic responsibilities; the denial
of your corresponding rights by our detractors notwith-
With regret I must admit our continuing difficulty, not
being able to offer still more prompt and efficient service
both from our desks and in the field, but I must also assure
you that the future is worthy of our hopes.
My Wife and I therefore wish you......
In the inte-est of the cause that lacks assistance;
For the wrong that needs resistance
And the future in the distance..........
A MERRY CHRISTMAS!! AND A HOPEFUL NEW YFAR"!
From The S. M. 0.
On behalf of the Patients & Staffs of the
would like to thank all those kind people who
c o n t i n u a lly send gifts, mostly fruit, to the
hospitals. I try, personally, to acknowlege all those
gifts and I am asking you to publish this letter in
case I should have left anybody out. These gifts are
greatly appreciated and I only hope they will con,
tinue in 1965 as they have done in 1964.
(COL. W. G. S. FOSTER)
Senior Medical Oficer.
ders loudly, "Boy, w h y give to it what it demands.
people talk about Santa According to the Bible,
Claus and yet we cannot see,"Render to Caesar what is
any Santa Claus." Caesar's and to God what is
Robert answers, "You are God's."
a blind bar, Super Market With thi! Biblical quote,
has one every year." his arguments ceased and
Which arouses William, when a while later, I heard
"You are too stupid, that is the boys humming "O come
a man dressed like Santa all ye faithful," I said thanks
Claus." in my heart to Him that had
"Well that is what I want come to redeem the world
to know," comes back Wil, and evidently, unlike most
son, "where is the real one?" of us, is still doing this won,
At this juncture [ interrupt, derful job.
"why do you ask that ques,
"Because I want to see Merry Christmas and
him, sir,"he says a little taken BestWishes for the New
aback that I should interfere r
in such a petty conversation. Year to Everyone who loves
Well Wilson, the ings the little ones and will con
"Well Wilson, the things tinue to do all in their power
that are most real are those tinue to do
we do not see; take God for to help them.
instance, and have you con- -.
sidered w h at Christmas MEILLEURS VOEUX
would be without Santa r I r, APtP I, n,-; .
I LaPr~sidnte- ls Of cirr
The Dominica Mental
THE DOMINICA MENTAL
wish to thank all those who
contributed towards a very
successful Mental Week. It
is hoped that gradually the
public will become more
aware of the Mental
Health problems of
Dominica, and show their
interest by joining the associ,
action, the ordinary member,
ship of which is only $2.oo
The Annual Christmas
Party for the Mental Patients
was held on Sunday the
20th at 2 p.m. members of
the Association helped great;
ly to make the party a
Claus. No toys, no gifis, no -jIQ F Le
Claus. No toys nogis no les Membres du Cercle GC r Ablaze
looking forward to this time.
I do) not think you weuld Franais presentent leur vceux Whilst unconcernedly driv,
like it would you: u de Bonne Ann&e a tous leurs ing his car (554) along
ike it, would youamis, et ils leur souhaitent Upper Lane, Mr ?at Pcrre
"No sir," he says. aussie a la mode anglaise: Was forced to make a rapid
"So then, there must "JOYEUX NOEL!" stop and jump out, when a
be a Santa Claus in Christ, bystnder excitedly informtL
mrss ca was on fire!
ma thisSime Ronald has FOR SALE him thathis car was on
this time Ronald hasA fire alarm was raised, b t
been humming a calypso, to ueep Freeze 11.8 u. Ft. Capacity the fire Brigade (who had
himse!fas he believes, in a In perfect working condition gone searching for the fire)
key which defies my musical apply V. A. BLANCHARD a
knowledge. De 42 Od Street. arrived wLen tne flames had
knowledge. 42 Old Street. ben et in i
"Ronald,"I say quietly, De. 9, 24 Jan. 2. been extinguished.
"this is Ciristmas time, yet COLONY OF DOMINICA
since morning you have not TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
hummed one carol." REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND O1- DOMINICA
"But sir," he s I a Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
ut sir, e says, am taereon and Ca-eata or the week ending the 19th day of Dec., 1964
singing a calypso sir, because Nature of Request whether for
Christmas is a happy time. rlate of Request Person Presenting Certificate of Title or Noting
"I can see you do not thereon or Caveat
underst e m g of Request for the issue of a First Cer-
understand the meaning of Request dated Handell Phillip tiicate of ile ( ith plan attached)
Carols and Christmas. If io respect of a portion of land situ-
there were no Christ,there 12th Dec., 1964 ate in the Village of Wesley, in the
there were no Christ,thereby his Solicitorsarish of St. Andrew, in the
would be no Christmas, Presented Colony of Dominica containing
.w h tells yu pil t 14th Dec. 1964 Cilma A M. 2908 square feet and bounded as
which tells you plainly that at ll.10a.m Dupigny follows:- On the South by land
it is a feast of Christ and soof Sully Richards; On the North-
a holy one.f" an East by land of Mrs. Jamesey Tyson; and on the North-West by a
a holy one. Public Road.
"Yes sir, but it is a time Registrar's Office, (Sgd) JosaPH V. JEAN PFERRE,
to rejoice and .." Rsseau, Dominica, 1964 Registrar of Titles.
"R joice is the correct NOTE:-Any person wno desires to object to the issuing of a Cer-
,, tificate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat in the abovee
word," I interrupted," and office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the above
net just enjoy ourselves sel, Schedule in the DOMINICA HERALD Newsoaoer published in this Island or
from the date when the notice prescribed by law was last served on any.
fishly. Carols are songs of owner or occupier of adjoining land in respect of which the application
joy especially in honour of is inade.
the greatest and Holiest Birth ec 24-Jan 2
in history. If we would
only realize that, we would FOR SA LE
be quite happy singing them."
"But sir, when you are
happy you feel like dancingAND APEFRUITS
and you cannot dance on ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUITS
"Oh yes, there are a few BY WHOLESALE
Bit Christmas is not Contact:--MESSRS P.H; WILLIAMS & CO.
Carnival whichis the then DCc.,, 4
for dancing. Let us then Dcc.iz, Y9, z4
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24 1964
DO-,l -ICA HERALD
(Cone. from p.2)
there was much attention ari<
conceneraion, based on inte
rest, directed on every arpec
It :s my opinion that thl
stage is n w well set for Mr
Walker's Choir to thini, c
taking an outing to one c
more of the neighbourin
Inlands, for it is inconce'va
ble that ii can fail wt make
favourable impression abroa
Every effort rnould be mac
at an early dace next year t
get fui:ds raised with the ./ie'
ol' cocouraging this choir'
take a trip to at last one
th: is,a ;,s beiure the close
iL is high tir.c that oth
West itid.ain ,oplcs get
firsthand Impresion ct ti
Hanging aiihty of ;he peop
oft Domin:ca or whom it,
H. V. Wisemat: (a for,i.
Director of Educatxoni) I.
said: l'MuSi-a.l they a.c
ta.entec pe: ple ail they n i
bdiig wnom p.oper uAi ta,
tor mCe outlet a dl mtertaill.i
h'ow ot tneir niin rnytnmiI.
energy". An outing abrta
(su.,mcume or o-er) will he
give a true image ut DInun
nas been achieved and tro
look to the New Year for the,
solution of some ot our pro,
Looking back on- 1964,
i we find that we have met the
: challenge of many of the
:t iifficu'ties which have as-
sailed our Liand. The
ie Banana Industry F-as been
r. effectively rehabilitated and
>r the development which re,
)f suits from hard work is
S I also wish to refer to the
Great dynamic of community
Sbettermert which is currerdly
e C* T
Sweeping the couiry. I
S ;his context, a community
w does not mean a municipal.',
St I, a village or districts, bui
f there is a richness in the
word 'comrn nity' that goes
far Leyond trese bound'iries
er an has some&-ing -o do
a /i,: tih, fl.wting of h-:man
lives. I lke ,o t-ink of :
cor of community building
r. s the s~ inr of the people.
or Wi,h t i> spirit we may look
C 'lt, ard So even grea er pro,
,A gres, n''xL year.
I am again urged to re-
mind you of the less fortunate
members of our community
- the ged, the sick and
the children also those
friend. aid relatives ,.ho
happen to be away from
home in distant land. It is
wi.h pleasure that I take the
opportunity afforded to me
to extend to yru all on be,
half of my wife and myself
the seasons greetings.
By a free vo:e of 355-
170, the British Parliament
supported a private member's
bill. (moved by Mr. Silver/
man, Lab.', to abolish the
death penalty. Thbe b:ll
new g.es to the House cf
Lords. A former Conser,
v.tive Home Secrerary was
among those who voted with
the Socialists. The death
penr Ity will still be inflicted
Lo,(ver for treason or mu,
rhis appraisal is not with-
cut due regard to the hignly/
appreciate contr 1 o ut i o n
made by the various other Feel th'~comforting warmth penetrate
right down to the core of the pain as
ChOirs (Cahohc, McEtroaULt, you rub on Radian-B! Enjoy the
A.nglican, etc.) from which wonderful relief that Radian-B gives
you-relief from those ,-teing pains
lilOSt of the members are .f rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica,
drawn. fibrositis, sprains and bruises.
Radian-b contains pain-killing aspirin 7
CoPigrats to yo u Mr. for fast relief. Get a bottle from yourK
Walker and youi Chcir, of chemist or drug store today!
wh'ch we are, inde,-d, proud! R A D B IA N
A RAWLITE A ED I A IN8
The Chief Minis- -
ter's Message Be sure to get yo
Christmastide in Domin- At ST. GERARD'
ica has traditionally been a Tues. & Weds., 29t
time when many of our pro- -t 8:30 p
blems are forgotten and a MATINEE: Thurs
great deal of goodwill and Tickets on sale at Unique S1
fellowship is not i c e a b 1 e and at Dominica Dispens
around us. It is however $1:50 res. $1:00 ur
good as we approach the end WELL-STOOK9
of the year to reflect on what
LITTLE MOE By Rideo
II l ., I I7 I I I I
- - *4
(Courtesy United States Information Service)
NEW DOLLAR BILLS SOON
With the withdrawal of Trinidad and Tcba,
go from the Eastern Caritbean Currency Board
and the issue of their own notes by the Central
Bank on December r4th, the change of our current,
cy took its first step. Scon the British Caribbean
Territories (Eastern Group) will cease to exist and
the Regional Council of Min;steis will formally
establish a new East Caribbean Currency Authority.
Mr. D.W. Spiers, Currency Adviser
In Berbados now is the newly appoimteldCarz
rency Adviser, Mr. D.W. Spiers, who wll become
ihe Authority's first Managing Director. Mr. Spiers,
42, has been attached to the Overseas Department
of the Bank 'f England fo T 3 years.
,)..a .ul ^
I FOR SUSTAIN
P m PDOT
1 .... ... ..
L OUR MANY,
:D PATRONAGE i
TO THE WORLD I
ur tickets for
S HALL on
th & 30th Dec.
s, 31st, 4 p.m.
tore (1st Night & mat)
ary (2nd Night & mat)
nres, 500 mat.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24. T964
PAG EI~ DOLKC ERAL THURSDAY DEEE-2416
Chapman Asks A NOTICE
Question Impending Termination Of The
In the House of Commons on Library Subscription Service
December 15, Mr. Donald Chap-
man asked Mrs. Castle, Minister of For some time now Government has been concerned
Overseas Developmeat, what action s e
she proposed to take to achieve a care, about the arrangement whereby the taxpayer, in effect sub,
fully planned io-year development sidizes a periodical service for a selected clientele. Accord,
programme for t h e Leeward and ing to the Ordinance on the subject any person desirous of
Windward Islands as set out in the becoming a subscriber to the periodicals section, could do
ccantrep O'Lommissin, and whethDr. so by making the necessary application and paying the
Careen O'Loughlin and whether,
since the iotal capital needs calculated stipulated subscription. But in practice, because of the
in this report are greater than can be limited number of periodicals the list of subscribers has
provided by aid from Her Majesty's remained very small.
Government alone and in view of Viewed in financial terms this amounts to .he Go,
rcent help fr te area frm Canaa vernment spending $1,000,00 p.a. on this service and
and the United States of America
she would propose a consortium of collecting $55o.oo. This does not take into account the
the three countries to see this prog- cost of wrappers and staff time involved in the daily sorting,
rammethrough when the new t-cde- preparing and arranging of periodicals for distribution.
ratio is formed It is -stirated that the staff time is worth the salary of a
Mrs. Barbara Castle replied' "We
shall be happy to give pwhat p we Junior Assistant Librarian i. e. $z,284. The total subsidy
can to the Federation, but it is~little is therefore of the order of $1,700.
early for me to say what we shall be It has been suggested thai the subscriptions could have
able to contribute to the development been increased, but the records show that a rise in subscrip,
of any particular area. Moreover, I tion usually resulted in a reduction in the number of sub-
understand that the Islands' Council scribers. In I960 when the subscription was increased the
of Ministers would like to discuss this T
with us when they have finally decide, number ofsubscribers droppedfrom 116 to 60. There
ed about Federation. I do nut want has been a dechne ever since until today the figure is in the
to pr*jadge the Islands' own assess, region of 30. It was in 1960 also that the Director of the
men of their needs. I amsure they Eastern Caribbean Library, Mr. Hockey, in a Report on
will welcome aid from other quarters the Library Service commented on the periodical subscrip,
and !will bear my hon. friend's sug- .
gestion on this in mind".. tion service in these terms: "in a library service which
-- desperately needs books, this would seem to be a luxury
NOTICE which can be ill-afforded". This view has "been fully
SHOP HOURS endorsed by this Government.
Un r de rvisios f The decision to terminate this service rests upon the
Under the provisions of folwrg man considerations:--
u following mass considerations:--
Section 5 of the Shop Hours )T.-
ii-cei 7No18 0 rcstricte8d and is not consistent with the idea of a free library
1937), notwithstanding any-
1937), notwa standing any service open to all on equal terms.
thing conied in the Shop (ii) Te periodicals are out of date by the time they are
ours Order, 1937 (S. R. released from circulation and placed at the disposal of the
& 0. No. 14 of 1937) shops general reader.
witlin the boundarI7es of the g
w n hef Roseau and of the (iii) Some concern has been expressed (and justifiably
Town of Roseau and on e so) by those organizations which supply some of these
boundaries of the Town of periodicals free, on finding that they were oeing used in the
Potsmouth ind one mile periodical subscription service.
beyPormo aurehnd one med Government have therefore decided hat in the public
beyond are hereby authorized interest the best course is to terminate thh periodical sub,
to remain open for serving scription service and to place all magazines and periodicals
c hours on the dates spci at the disposal of everyone at the Public Library from the
iea how:-- very outset.
fe below:-- Subscribers have been informed that the service will
Thursday 24th December be officially terminated on Decemoer sist, 1964
7.00 p.m. GOVERNMENT INFORMATION SERVICE
Thursday 3ist December DOMINICA
4.oo p.m. 16th December, 1964
J. BULLY, W.O.SEVERIN
Acting Administrator, Dec. 24 Public Relatins Officer
Government House, TENDERS MUSICAL RAFFLE
^Dominica. TENDERS MUSICAL RAFFLE
13th Dec., 1964- TENDERS are invited for the purt THE CHRISTIAN MUSICAL
Ref.No.IxJ74-. chase of one Bantam B. S. A. CLASS Instrument Raffle was drawn
Dec.19-24 Motor Cycle. on the z9th of December, at the
SThe Cycle c an be seen in the Carib Theatre. ESMuND LETANG of
W AN TED yard of the Treasury Building. Virgin Lne, Roseau, was the lucky
Tenders should be sealed in winner of the Framus Tremelo Gui,
Fully mature and envelopes marked "Tenders for tar, and the UKE was bestowed on
ripe rough lemons, the purchase of Motor Cycle", EVALINA GRELLof Goodwill. The
Required for seed. addressed to the Colonial Postmas- Police Department and the Cinema
Diliver to L Rose ter, G.P.0,, Roseau, and should Management gave their fallsupport
reach the Post Ofce not later in supervising.
& Company, Bath than Mond ay the 21st Decem--
Estate, Monday to her, 1964.
Friday, after first GO. 144 Dec. 19, 24. -4FOLLOW THE STAR*
contacting Mr. J. FOR SALE
H utton, Estate
Manager, AUSTIN 4-DOOR in running condition.
Dec,ia, I9, ~ Apply:- RAYMOND'S Garage near Singer.
of St. Paul.
Dated the 7:h day cf Dec. 1964
Liquor icence THERESA EL
To ti.e Magistrate Dist. "E "
& Chief of Police. NOTICE
I, THERESA EIrOI now residing e
at Massacre Parish of St. Paul do wish to in form te genera
hereby give you notice that it is public that I have disinherited
my intention to apply at the my son EMERSON ESPRIT, and I
Magistrate's Court to be held at am ro longer responsible for him,
Roseau on Saturday, the 2nd day he having given me due causes
of January, 1965, ensuing for a for my disinheriting him. The causes
retail LIQUOR LICENCE in respect are too numerous to e published.
of my premises at Massacre Parish (Sgd): TOULOUTE ESPRIT
Dec. 19 Jan. 2
DOMINICA AMATEUR SPORTS
ITHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
OF CRICKETERS WILL BE HELD AT
THE ROSEAU GIRLS' SCHOOL (NEAR
WPNDSOR PARK), ON WEDNESDAY 30TH
DECEMBER, AT 5.00 p.m.
MEMBERS OF CRIC K ET CLUBS
THROUGHOUT THE ISLAND ARE IN-
VITED TO ATTEND.
1. MINUTES OF LAST MEETING
2. MATTERS ARISING OUT OF MINUTES
3. SECRETARY'S REPORT ON 1964
4. 1965 CRICKET SEASON
5. ANY OTHER BUSINESS.
(SGD.) E. R. ROBINSON,
A new label for wine-but
the-same wonderful quality
Agent:-- H, V. WHITCHUR H LTD.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24 1964
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1964
(Continued from page 2)
woods into the garden with her and
another girl during hurricane season,
right where we were standing a few
yards away a thunderbolt fell just
behind our backs; and we were
really afraid so we started walking as
fastas possible to get out of that dan-
gerous place. Grannic comforted us.
After that I was no longer with
her and the other children she had at
the same time. I thought she would
hove peace and a bit of freedom,
but alas! it was not so. She still
had more children to look aft:r,
whose mother had gone to England.
She dearly loved them.
In Dominica nowadays parents
disappear and their children are left
w.th grannies. When these children
grow up they have stronger liking
for )the grannies than for their
mothers, and I don't blame them
because she is the one who looked
after them when their parents left
The paint is that a lady like my
grannie had several sons and daugh-
ters to her own, and after they were
grown up, she should have been free
from children worries, butthenwas
the time Fhe had them! All her sons'
and daughters' children were as
though they were her own children.
They couldn't do without her home.
I must admit that grannies can be
troublesome at times. Old people
are said to be so, but some are worse
than others! But thanks are due to the
grannies of this island because with-
out them some of us would never
Grannies are not tobe looked
upon as old troublesome ladies.
They are to be loved and cherished
because they love and cherish us.
There ar: certainly times when I felt
that my grannie was a trial. I
would sometimes say "Oh! old
ladies, what a bore they are" but
deeo down in my heart I know she
loved and cared for me, and Iin
return did likewise and up to this
very day it is the same. So I hope
are all the other grannies and grand-
children in similar circumstances.
So this Christmas my Grannie
won't have any cooking and clean
ing to do, and she will enjoy being
a spec;.l gLest, and this time it will
be my turn to look after her.
By "FIFTH FORMER, W.H.S."
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
L ;=- .... 3- agMotor Vehicles,-Applicanis- fbr
drivers licenses and collecting fees.
ROSEAU Saturday and 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
zath January 1965, inclusive: from
9 a.m. to x p.m. and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
From Friday 29th January 1965, from
9 a.m. to i p.m. and from 2 p.m. to
Saturday 3oth January from 9 a.m. to
Monday Ist February from 9 a.m. to
z p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
A valid Certificate of Third Party Insurance must be
produced along with each motor vehicle for examination.
2. Owners and drivers are hereby advised to pay
their Motor Vehicle and Driver Licences by the end of
January, as drivers and owners of unlicensed motor vehicles
found on the roads may be prosecuted as from Ist February
next if they are found operating.
3. The fact that the Examiner has not examined
and certified as tc mechanical fitness is no excuse for failing
to pay the required licence duty, as the life of the last issued
mechanical fitness certificate may be extended to such time
as the Examiner finds necessary. (S. R. & 0. 52-1951).
4. No Motor Vehicle will be licensed unless it is
covered by Insurance at Third Party Risks.
J. V. MULLIGAN,
CHIEF OF POLICE
GO s45,-Dec.i9, 24, Jan a
AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING HARDWARE STORES
L. A. DUPIGNY Esq.,
J. W. EDWARDS
G. G. PHILLIP & COMPANY
T. D. SHILLINFORD
DOMINICA HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, :964
-- SPOTLIGHT --
Crowned Britain's Sportswoman of the Year, Mary
Pignal Rand, obtained the first Gold medal for the United
Kingdom team at the Tokio Olympics with a worldrecord
Here she is after an athletic: meet, holding her baby
AlisonlJane who slept happily whilst her mother performed.
Mary Rand's lifestory will appear in the HERALD in
St. Georges Anglican Church
Christmas Eve (Dec. 24): i1.20 p.m., Mating of Christmas.
S." ii.40 p.m. Blessing of the Crib aud Mi4nighr Mass.
Christmas Day (Dec. 25): 7.30 a.m. Christmas Communion and
." 6 p.m. First Evensong of St. Stephen's.
6 p.m. First Evensong of St. John s.
SuoDAY 27th 9.30 a.mi. Martins and Sermon
7.00 p.m. Solemn Evenng Procession & Sermon
MONDAY 28th: (Holy Innocents) s a.m. Matins & Holy Eucharist
4 45 p.m. Blessing of Children and Crib Service.
NewB. G Child Worth
Ministers $2.40 P.W.
News From Portsmouth
By S. L. JOLLY
The tourist vessel Meteor ,
is expected on Sunday D", On Sunday, 20th Decemj
cember 27th and will spend ber, 1964 At the Govern ment
5 hours in Roseau and 6 School-ro-m, under the
hours in Portsmouth. The direction of Mr. Peter Israel,
Gripsholm arrives in Roseau Acting Inspector of Schools
c,. New Years Eve (Thurs, in the North, a very grand
day) for a 5-- hour stay. Carol Recital was staged by
the Portsmouth Choral
Group. The debut of a
PEOPL, IN THE NEWS few more ladies and gentle,
DONOVON E. Robinson, men, was mentioned by the
B. Sc. Agr. appointed Plant Direcror.
Protection Officer, to check The programme consisted
on suitability and diseasefree of 23 items of old and new
condition of plants arriving Christmas Carols, beautifully
in the island CYNTHIA rendered with gusto.
Robinson arrived back from The occasion was honour,
her course in child raining ed by the presence of the
at the St. Vincent Save The. Hn. E. Leslie, District Re,
Children Fund Nursery with presentative, sore Rev. Sisters
a glowing recommendation and a fair representative of
PETER D' Aguiar, leader of the town of Portsmouth, but
the B. G. United force clashed with two cinema
Party, returned from his in, shows.
terview with S. o. S. An, All in all, the Recital was
thony Greeenwood to take well organized and the proa
up post as Premier Bum-,
ham's Minister of Finance A LASTIN
CHAIRMAN Cf thile West
India Committee, Mr. Give your absent friends and lov
ia committee, Mr. J sripionto THE DOMINICA IHE
Murray, arrived in Barba os Strfac Mai!: anywhere i
1 sSurface Mail: anywhere in
Tuesday, expected hixz week Air Mail rates on application
ip Dominica W. ANDREW
-Rose, pQne *time West Iadi
Federal Minister presented his
credentials to the Queen as .
new High Commissioner for*
Trinidad & Tobago to .
U. K. ..
gramme was a signal success.
The Di.ector of the Group
and the members deserve
great unszinted congratula,
tions, as well as the pianist,
Mis Judith Garraway, a
student of the Wesley High
School who joined only on
the 1rth December.
A novelty item was the
Musical Saw o n which
some carols were played by
Mr. P. James.
At the end of the pro,
g,am,ne, on behalf of the
members and friends Mr.
Israel bid adieu to Mr,. O.
O' Sol.no for his ou'stand,
ing interest in the social
activities of the community
of Portsm,.uth and he was
presented with a gift. Mr. O'
Solmo was in rh.rge of the
Barclays Bank at Potrrmouth,
and has been transferred to
ed ones, a year-round g
n the world $7.50
on to the Herald Office.
;ift A sub.
t an explanatory meeting held
In B. C. three United1 (Maximim) last rainy Monday night in the Mar
Force men have been ap- In Dominica, t h e maximum ket by four expelled DTU members,
pointed to e Cabnet (afe amount for maintenance of an ille Maclean Pinard took the chair and
pointed to e Canet atergitimate child payable by a pre, outlined the purpose of the meeting.
negotiation) by Mr. Forbes native father is $2.40 per week; Louis Benoit called on the Portwork.
Burnham. minimum allowance is decided by ers to unite; Albert Greenaway gave
the Magistrate. figures indicating the amount of moo,
i ; ^ ney collected in the Portworkers' vol-
roadcast Fails Legislative Council untary fund, for which (he said) n3
S- account was forthcoming. Arnold
Listeners who were told There will be a meeting of Dom. Active spoke of the verdict of the
to standby for Xmas mes, inica Leg. Co. at the Court House D.T.U. riall Committee: he stated
sages by H H. the Ag. on December 30. that the four accused rejected (by
sages rya a. the C g walk-out) t'e trial, because they felt
Admistrator and the Chief N TI that they could not accept DTU ex
Minister of Dominica last NOTICE ecudtve members on the panel who
Tuesday night over WIBS were simultaneously judges, ju y and Her Majesty the Queen will make her customary
Grenada simply heard some IT is notified for general prosecutors. Christmas broadcast at Iz am. on Christmas
gargling sounds followed s information, that the First Patrick John (Ex. Co. D.T.U. Chrismas broadcast at i I am. on Christas
music due to a defect. The Meeting of the Sixth Session member), main speaker, said he Day, Dec. 15. It will be rebroadcast at 6 p.m.
messges were broad ofthe First Legislature under wenthrgh th on' bo" Banana Sipment of 18th December, 1964:
Constitution willand demanded information from its
cast laterthe 959 Constitution will President, but did not obtain it. STEMS TONS
c (Se page and 7) be held at the Court House, He declared that they could not have
(See pages 5 ad 7 Raeau at 1o.oo a.m. on trust and confidence in D.T.J's Roseau 39,043 476
Wednesday 30th December, current President, Gen. Secretary Portsmouth 37,636 470
QUOTE OF THE WEEK 1964- and Assistant Secretary, nor in Coast -
As go alLotklli Executive member Stuat Williams ---
As good almost kill a man Members of the public are (who was challenged to defend him 76,679 946
as kill a good book; who hereby invited to attend, self at the meeting) Exports to th December, 7964 3,278,717 39,702
kills a m a n kills M. C. DOCTROVE Arising out of this meeting, a -
r easo n a b l e creature, Crk if lae strike of Roseau Portworkers was Exports to i8th December, 1964 3,355,396 40.648
d's image; but he who e gislative called under a new organization on Exports to x8th December, 1963 2,434,126 30597
God's image; but he who Council. Dec. 23, during the visit of M.V. .
destroys a good book kills nd Dc.,964, Federal Maple and the Geestland, Increase 1964 compared with 1963 921,270 Iz,o06
reason itself. -John Milton G.O.l48,-Dec,24 Police were summoned.
tN' MED AND PUBLP MD BY J.MAOGARTSON CHARLES, THE HERALD'S PRINTERY, 31 KENNEDY AVBNU, ROSEAU. DOMINICA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1964