Dominica herald
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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: 12-29-1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Dominica -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Dominica
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1955? Cf. caption.
General Note: Editor, <1963-1964>: Phyllis Shand Allfrey.
General Note: "For the General Welfare of the People of Dominica, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole."
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 12, 1963; title from caption.
General Note: Last issue consulted: December 31, 1964.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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-(orVF th P pl Dia t Vn 7usdia and t b Ara'
The Finest Peop e The Ricke.t- ..
(For the General Welfare of the People of" Dominica, the further adlvrictient or the West Indies and the Caribbean Arca a. a iwhcl/)




Regional Council Meets In Barbados Opposition Give Views To S. o. S.
yfESTERDAY at Sherbourne, Two Mile Hill, Barbados, the
S Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations a n d We have received the following release from the Secretary of the
for the Colonies, Mr. Duncan Sandys, sat doP.n with the DAU P. P. :-
for te Colonis, Mr. Duncan Sandys, sat don with the A delegation of the Opposition Party comprising Messrs Baron, Henry
Regional Council of Ministers of Barbados, the Leeward and Laville met the Secretary of State Mr. Duncan Sandys, and the
and Windward Islands (except Grenada) to hear t h e i r Under Secretary of State Mr. Thomas in the Presence of -lis Honour the
views on the possibility of setting up a Federation. Administrator at Government House at 9. oo this morning.
It is t h e present policy ith time limited the mission oiimplementing the provision in the
f th,-, tish Governmen t One Holiday went immediately into the White W. P. which related io the Opposi-
cemenths-Btsh Govederanment tn WPaper. "he Secretary of State tion Parties' participation in a final
atacement's Ility O one wanted to know what was our spe- conference if that became necessary
ith independence asthe sh and G abcific objection to the White Paper. before th London conference.
eventual goal, and the S.o.S. asWe mentioned that it did not The delegation mentioned the
has already had talks w i t h T h e Christmas Holiday w a s providefor a strong centre which I % Export Duty imposed thisyear
t h e Premier of Barbados marred byone fatal accident when we consider vital to any Federation by Government as an ill-considered
hne premier oardou Hesketh Joseph, a fireman from St. of these islands. We pointed out measure which punished agriculture
Hon. Errol Barrow about Joseph, collided on Belfast bridge that every memoranda iupphed by as it ectlyafecd con
the future in such a Fed- with truck No. t97. Joseph was responsible organisatons in the com- of the community; and besides the
eration of the centuries-old riding motorcycle No. 1290 w i t h munity supported a stronger centre yield from it was too small for the
Barbados House of Assem- Doyle Jones n the billion. Both tha that provided or the White serious psychological impact on the
bly: continuation in its pre- were rushed to the P, M. Hospital Paperr All in all a substantial community and asked that it be
y: connuation in pre- for treatment; Joseph died about an percentage of the population favoured withdrawn.
sent form would be an em- hour after admission, this vlwpomt. The S. S said that it was
The S. 6. S., said that it was a
barrassment to the proposed Bata Burgled e dd notfeel that we should go local matter;but as far as he knew
'AeralPaament. beyondthe strength provided'for in Agricultural products often enjoyed
-e arament. I the early hours of Christmas the W. P. as it might prevent the ulur s ofn ne
m 'afternoon, some foolish felons, broke IormaLo.. it the fedeSau,1 bU. a subsidy ,I, som ..o res
Zo-minica TA11 ^ ^ .^^ - A-4:: -
*... .. ....- . Sn .n th -fiu',T o' ,' :" ) with the Government.
nr tv B .ir Sie io ..thetfol ght in u itself when formed. e C government.
..taryo State and of the bay-front and made off with co lot agree wit this as we The half hour was soon up, and
andys, accompanied several pairs of socks. Cost of theft, thn i e failure of me last Federa te all too brie discussion came to a
by Mr. Ambler Taomas, under $18.00- cost of repair ion s due t o just such an err close with many matters still uns
Assistant Undec-Secretary of window, probably over $200.00. and L ides we telt toat all these ecrtary of Siat however for the
State, were met at Melville Mac l efendeads "isds ont' know ng tne i opportunity to present some copies
H a 1 Airport on Wednes mitanons otpower fom oi betan- of the Blue Paperand. some of its
day morning by H. H. The Skybolt D vision rather than risk would ctom views to him personally. He pro-
da morning by ,.H.-,.The .lt D a' ,-, .- ,' inmesei to rnh wnne te anbo
Adiminstrator and the Chief Lnn, Dec. 23, CP: Prime necessary to introduce leslaon on missed to read the Blue Paper and
LcndnDer. 23, CP: Pri.e necessary to introduce legislation on with shaking of hands all around
Minister, and 'had lunch at Minister Macmillan defended his vital matter; oh the Concurrent Ie delegation made room for the
His Honour's cottage off the agreement with President Kennedy List There was no agreement on Government delegation which were
Castle Bruce R d.- to give up the Skybolt missile in thissutjec. 0
Castle Bruce Road. favour of the Polaris as the chief On me subject of Development then just arrivintz
wp Gnr Se.re t, '., L r F .C ROYER
.weapon oi Britains independent and Planning the delegation con- L. F. C. ROYER
Reception At G. H. nuclear deterrent power. tinued to feel that the provision in GenU.P..
27. i. Q

Later the same daya ble.
recepTion was held at Gov- Exhibition of Local Produce
ernment House at w h i ch An exhibition of local
some 1oo prominent r e s i- produce had been set up
dents were introduced to the in G. H. to e n a b e Mr.
Secretary of State and Mrs. Sandys to see the important
Sandys, Mr. Thomas, a n d r o p s aud other industries of the
Private Secretary. Among island d. Among many exhibits
those present were heads of were grass mats, tinned fruit, cocoa
those present were heads and coffee beans.
religious d e n o m nations, Ait 6 a.m. ,on December 27 Mr.
Government Ministers and* Sandys held a meeting vith the
Senior Civil Servants. Al- Members of the Opposition in the
though there w e re several Legislative Council (their press re-
th lease on these discussions is printed
guests at the reception who, elsewhere). Half an hour later Mr.
for political or social reasons, Sandys met Ministers of the Domin-
were not on speaking terms ica Government, but no details of
w i t h each other, it was a their interview withthe Secretary of
friendly and cordial gathering State are yet available. Then,a-
on the whole a;.nd i 'wa companies by his Hononr' and Mrts.
on the wholeandvelace, the Chief Minister and
also m a d e an active one Mrs. LeBlanc,. Mr. Sandys and
because light showers kept party left Roseau for Melville Hall
the guests darting up a n d just after o1.30oa.m. Also going
down the steps of Govern- to Barbados by the same flight was
meant House to and from the the Honourable Chief. Minister, to
ment House to and rom the attend the Meeting of the Secretary-
garden, where a magnificent of State and the Regional Council
ari 6cial snowman was visi- of Ministers.

Para. 58 of our Blue Paper took
adequate care of tnheposiptniof tche6
Units and that this matter should be T u-Ca Accident
on the Exclusive List. The S.o.S. T y- a AcCIOenL
troughtt mat to leave it on the
Concurrent Lit would 'satisfy the Little Hesketh Peters, (aged 5) of
requirements although he accepts Grand Bay, was playing with his
Para 58. toy-car for quite a long ti me on
In the unlikely event of Grenada Chr'stmas day. One of his .elder
goi,.g Unitary with Trinidad and relatives then shelved it away. When
fobago tie S. o. S. was pleased to some minutes had passed, Hesketh
hear tnat our view was to press on was taken up from the floor with a
with the federation. dislocated left arm. He had climb-
On the subject of lack of Public ed up on a table to recover the car.

Information on events concerning
the W. P. the S. o. S. assured tne
delegation that, as far as. the Colo-
nial Office was concerned, no further
developments have taken place since
its publication and as far as he knew
the various conferences in Barbados
between Governments had: produced
nothing and were infact only con-
vened to discuss 'progress reports.
This drew the observaion from
the delegation that these meetings
have then been a waste of Publhc
The S. o. S. however promised
to discuss with the Chief Minister
in Barbados on Friday the question

Archbishop Prays
For Pope
The Archbishop of Canter-
bury, head of the Anglican
Churcb, at a Christmas-time
service asked his congregation
to nrav for the recovery of
Pop hn, that he might
continue his great work for
a unified community. His
Holiness recently left the Vati-
Scan foi the first time since
Shis serious illness, to vi sit the
I Infant Jesus creche in Rome.

P i. (" i: c'C

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Article For Youth
Prizewinning Essay
An Essay of my impressions of
our young girls in Dominica as
suggested on November 24 by
Marie Andree Darnal of Martinique.
Please accept this essay as written
by "High School Girn" and do not
publish my name.My age is 16,
The Young Girls Of Dominic;
iT iy opHinion so_-i'r",,Ii.-
girls of Dominica behave very
well, in a lady-like manner.
Some of those who behave
correctly owe a lot to the par-
ents who raised them or the
place where they were raised,
while those who are badly bred
must at times blame their par-
ents or guardians. 1 believe
Marie Andree said something
about this.
The tbiig we young girls
should most avoid is bad coma
pany. One of the greatest
troubles here in Dominica is
that parents do not keep their
daughters away from bac'i(s.,
Of course par,
policemen, bu'
bad company y<
friends get to b,
you and do not
more for their
fore you are apt
new bad friend.'
you right into
clear out wh
burning. Yout:
a warning a
friends, and ti
don't get here el
Another third
in Dominica a '
ing to keep up
others try to ru'
a very sad their
you are a goc
listen to their
sorts of na
kinds of thi
other people'
school gir!:
they say, ju
,are accusti
care what

After .
Courts v;
the Offic'
ment Nc
sible (
must i
the de


Winban Worried

Challenge Of United Frui
The Fifth Annual General
Bar ana Growers' Assocaiion was
December, 1962.

Dazzling London
A Migrant
The grandest spectacle ever seen
by West Indians in London --
that is what we feel about West
End decorations during this Christ-
mas season. There is no other
word for it than terrific. People
gasped in astonishment when the
lights were switched on, Thous
ands are journeying to London to
take pleasure in just looking. The
man who did the job is a Mr;
Pick, who decorated Nigeria dur-
ing her Independence celebrations
and also pavilions at the Seattle
Fair, U. S. A., and Brussels in
Belgium. He is a master art.st..
'ou see the three Wise Men,
nine feet high, hanging from the
.ki- above Regent Street, with dazz-
ling plastic around them resem-
bling stained glass windows. Ab-
ove them is a curtain of hundreds
of white lamps and metal draperies
In Oxford Street huge Christmas
trees in all different colours swing
above the traffic. It is so bright
you can turn night into day here,
and even on a cold night you
are bound to feel warm. We ftl-
lows just stroll around staring,
and the best expression you can hear
is Weh, Papa!

Barbados Loan


d in London to
by the Colonial
ist fcrthe Paba-
at five minutes
morning, the loan
subscribed, Tne
0 a m.
r 1,279,000 (WI
I per cent stock
VI $456)per cent
.e the deep wat-
leca at Bridge-


ieau Parish of
;ive you notice
to apply at the
to be held at
,the 2nd day
g for a Retail
aspect of my
St. George.

-. "E" &
parish of

West Indies Youth Trust Fund NOTICE

t In Jamaica Radio Broadcast by Mrs, Phyllis Shand Allfrey CENTRAL HOUSING
Meeting of the Windward Islands Some time ago you heard the voice of Lidy Hiles, who remains a & PLANNING AUTHORITI
s held in Grenada on Monday, 10th constant friend of the West Indian people and of all Dominicans, telling
you of the Trust Fund which she had founded to help our distressed and It is notified for general inrorma-
A Directors' Meeting of the needy children. This time you hear a voice which you know well already tion that the Admimis'rator i
Association was alsotheld on speaking as a Trustee of the same fund, fiom which we hope so much. Executive Council has, under th
the 10th and llth December, We have a local committee in Dominica of which I am chairman, provisions of Section 6 of Th
1962. and Mr. Eustace Butler is Secretary-Treasurer. It includes the Reverend Town & Country planning O rdin
Besides the De egates from the Sister Alicia, Canon Lane, Mrs. Lorna Robinson, and "'Auntie Fran". ance No. 4 of 1946, approved o
four Windward Islands the Chair- We have sent around collection tins -nd envelopes here and there, trusting the King's Hli Building Lot
man of the Jamaica Board, Mr. in the spirit of Christmas charity to inspire people to give money to the sad Scheme.
Phil'ips, was also present in order little children. We had to prepare the tins ourselves, and will be happy to A copy of tbe Scheme is available
to discus,' mu!al problems place others in safe spots, as desired, so that kindhearted friends may drop for public inspection at the office
affecting the banana industry. their change inside. We know that you wish us well and that you have of the Authority during office hours
entry of the United Fruit cor- a tremendous amount to pay for at Christmas-time; but just wishing well is Sgd.E.PERCIVAL NUNRO.
pany into Jamaica was examined. not enough. Secretary & Executive Officer.
One of the main matters dis One thing the committee is doing to raise funds is to give a Ball at Central Houting & Planning
cussed was thi question of es- Government House early in the New Year, through the courtesy of His Authority.
earch being, cattied on in the Honour Colonel Lovelace and Mrs. Lovelace, who is a member of the 157 Dec. 29
Windward Islands. Mr. lan Twy- committee. Now the drawing room at G.H. is not too spacious and not every-
ford, of the Regional Research body will be able t" attend, but when you h e a r afterwards that we have
Centre, gave details of experi- raised a few hundred dollars for the suffering children through this big effort,
ments bring cared out especi- you will know that it is not just a snobbish affair but a serious attempt to FOR HIRE
ally as repgrds lt,4 !spot disease FOR HIRE
fertilizer applricaio, sp cina get a large sum, as the target set by Lady Hailes is the huge amount of two
fertilizer a and the efort scins f and a half million West Indian dollars! Hall for hire at Woodford Hill
Trials and the effirt'to in:ens fy Hal! for hire at W dfrd Hill
nutrional requ'renents of the You may ask yourselves, how much of this money, when the target suitable for Dances and other enter-
ba na n a plant, etc. n an is reached, will be spent on Dominican children? The reply at present is tainment,
e ffo r t to int e s i f y that we do not know, but that you may depend on the Trustees to be scru Appl- CHRISTOPHER MARIE
these experiments. and also to pulously fair in seeing that the children of each Island get proper help and W00df0rd Hill
lay down the order of priority, treatment according to their needs. Dec 15-29
it was agreed that a Commitfee You may ask also, what kind of children will receive help from the
consisting of member oF the Reg- Trust Fund? The answer is, deprived children; that means children de-
tonal Resarch Centre, Winbn proved of care, of opportunity to get better and to learn, and above all -
turein the Windwards be esta- children deprived of love. Imagine a tty boy left in a malnutrition ward
blished, and this Committee is without toys or clothing, with never a visit from mother or father- no The Pr pe
to hold its first meting in Jan- bodys child! Imagine again intelligent blind girls and boys, longing to go to P er
uary, 1963. school; or bright deaf and dumb youngsters who have no instructor to teach Processing of
It was felt ihat in order to them how to lip-read, being shut off from the world of speech and music.g
help the grower to' meet the ever Think of children who are crippled or who have brain defects- poor in- 00Co a.
increasing competition in 'hb nocentswho started life with cruel disabilities. Then there are healthy boys
United Kingdom re:,ultng in a and girls who are going-to-waste through lack of proper training, food and
lower oGreen Boat Price every supervision. All th.se are "deprived" children in one way or another, and The Agricultu-
effort trustbe ni, de o improve we must do something hra-t -, I-- __ ha ,
Lh" .d ,-. '- e ive -ina Ta l and b and. Unlik er countries, where rel Ptepari ....""
quality of the fruit, deprived children shiver in t ow, the sun shines, there is fruit on the snch essential procesees .
Another 'vital subject which trees, yams and other vegetable Jw in our good earth- and yet we are fomenation, drying and polisndu,
received attention was the nature poor. It is not beautiful to set ,ow some of our children suffer. In in accordance w e standards
of the new contract which will Dominica there are about 60,o people- men, women and children. If lad downby the Cocoa Chocolate
tke the place of he existing one every grown person gave five cents to this Youth Trust Fund we could sure- and Confecionery Alliance.
with Geest Indusiries Ltd due c Copies of this guide will be given
to expire in July, 1964 A special ly collect over one thous can hand dollars. -woto allcocoa growers and other in
Committee has been appointed Anyone who can hand a dollar's- h of small change collected persons applying to the de-
to examine particular aspects of from neighbours over the counter of Barclays, Bank, or hand it ro our Trea teresed plying to the de-
the matter ad make recommeda- surer Mr.Butler at the Audit Office, marked "Trust Fund", will be doing p processing and preparation
tions to the Board.. the children of Dominica a great service. In such a way we can indicate Proper processing and preparation
d t w of local cocoa is essential ifDominica
Mr. D.A. Heury, O. B E. was to our wealthierfriends and helpers in Britain, Canada and all the world coa is to compete successfully in
re-appointed President of the that we are prepared to help ourselves, the world market. (G.I.S.)
Association for the ensuing year, I am hoping to get to Trinidad soon to attend a Trustee meeting of
with Mr. H.V. Atkinson as the the West Indies Youth Trust Fund. I hope not only to go with a strong
Vice-President The delegates plea for assistance, but to take wit h me the news of Christian charity and
Expressed their thanks and appre- Christmas joy, that the people of Dominica have not faild, and will never
ciation to the President, Mi.D A. let down their childeand.their friends. What's in A Nam- i
Hs-Hsif -te general Marrager, Please accept my heartfelt greeting, to all of you.
Mr, D. A. Perryman. and the
Secretary, Mr. W. D. Rapier TEXAS Dec 20 CP: The trouble
for their sterling services ,;to -- ------------ ------ ------witn being named Mary Christ-
Winban. mas isthat people expect too
much. "They expect me to be
To the Magistrate Dist. "E" & COLONY OF DOMINICA jolly all the time but I have my
I, EUSTACE WELSH, now residing at TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT bad days just like everyone ele!'"
Newtown Parish ofSt. George do REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND Ot DOMINICA says nineteen year old Mary
hereby give you notic e that it is my Christmas,.
retention to a y at t that g is-y Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings ristma
intention to apply at the Magis- .ereon and Caveats for the week ending the 22nd day of Dec, 1962
trate's Court to be held at Roseau atur--e of Request whether _for
on Wednesday, the 2nd day of Date of Request Person Presenting Certificate of lie otr Noting
January 1963, ensuing for a Tavern thereon or Caveat
p r e m i s e s at 29 Olid Request dated Ann Marie Request for the issue of a First
Street Parish of St. George, Alexander Certificate of Title in respect of
Dated the zoth day of December 1st Dec., 1961,that portion of landsituatein lease send your Ad -
12 P t by her Solicitor the Paish of St. Patrick in the P e
1962. PrPePntlA Colony of Dominica. containing .

noticeI r u .. . .. ..
tte E. WELSH 17thDec. 1962. 7.5 acres and bounded as follows:-
eat WFthe N E at .12.00 a. m. C.A.H. Dupigny On the North-East by land 01
icid at WIFE NOTICE 'Heirs of Vineve Douglas, On the
ad day North-West by land of Heirs of Vioeve. Douglas, On the Sou h-East by
g for a I, Irving Clarendon of 44 Victoria land of Heirs of Davis Durant
respect St., Roseau wish to inform the gen-
- Hills eral public that I am no longer res. Registrar's Office, T. A BOYD
h of ponsible for my wife, Audrey Clar-, Roseau, 17th Dec. 1962. Registrar of Titles
endon, nee Audr-y Lugay, nor for NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Cer-
ber any debts incurred by her, she hav- tificate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat in he above
lefn mystM incurred oyce within fourweeks from the date of the first appearance of the above
ing left my home on the 7th Sep- Schedule in the Official Gazette and in the DOMINICA HERALD newspaper
member, 1962, published in this Island.

ver:isements to trne
HERALD on or before
Wednesday morning of
any week if you wish
your Advertisement to
appear on the following



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new ideas For Coi
Leicester Crib -
,Leicester, CP: A Crib has been
unveiled outside the Methodist
Church here with Joseph, Mary and
the Child Jesus depicted as coloured ;.-
people. The tnree wise men were: an '
Amtrican getting out ofa fur-lined a;:
to represent \Vealth, a Russian arnv-'
ing via rocket to represent the Benefits
of Science and a Nigerian to repre-
sent Tradition. Instead of shepherds
there were policemen and a nurse.
1 he Crib was designed by Frede-
rick Reeves, nephew of the former
Anglihcn Bishop of Johannesburg
who was forced to leave South
Atr ca because of his stand against
Somnw people. viewing the Cub -
were cmnipimentaty: but others not.
The ROeiend Arthur Kirkby Press
Officer li the Lreiceter Free Church
Council aid 'Thi Crit wi-l shake
s me C pl: out .f1 th;er cosy ids bh Quccou l L .,
-a ut Clriuanity" : after she had eoterl

Joe Appian Freed With ber (ltar
luinidad and Toba
ACCRA Dec. 23., CP. Ghanaal Sir Alexander Bus
Opposition Leader Joe Appiahr B
was freed Saturday afier fitteen Razak, Acting Prii
months under priventive detenuon S P. C. Fcriando,
and left immediately for Kumasi,' Sitting (from left).
Central GanaW to spend Chrit- Dieficbaker, Cana
mas w:tb hi, wife and son. Ha r ofe i
was freed on President Nkrumih-s ; Preident oP kiS
orders together with three other
mpen >wh ha d been held4 for four

years for political reasons., His
ife is the daughter of the late
'iffrd Crpps. wartime
'-rrister i-J L.I-

3 S iS
So'ne 'member of the Franiih
Club spared time from thier seasonal
work or shoppingn g to attend a
final 1962 meeting in ihe Education
Office on-Satucday. Dec'moer 22.
Two distinguished guests present
were Miis Beiwick, Principal of
Wesley High School, and Dr. E.
Mueller, U, W. I. Extra-Mural
Mr. Oliver Norris, Dominica-
born U.W.I. graduate, now teach-
ing Enghsh in a Martinique school,
-- -a- :ost fllumirninaug short talk
on the life and social structure of
Martinique, and said that it was
essential to strengthen Franco-British
cultural relations between the two
islands. This would be of particu-
lar advantage to Dominica's intell-
ectual future, as our island lagged
behind Ma:tinique: the French is-
land, he said, possessed a "hive of
intellectuals" which activated and
nourished cultural thought and ad-
vance -- we had nothing like it
in Roseau, bat it could be built up'
Following Mr. Norris' discerning
assessment ofthe colour and class
position in Martinique, :s6.me inter-
esting questions were asked.. The
President of the Cercle afterwards
invited members to-her home for
Christmas refreshmehi s.

No Seat For
Communist peer
CP: Lord Milford, Britain's only
communist peer, said today that he
will not take his seat in the House
of Lords.

mmonwealth Prime Ministers Conference

osing with the Prime., in stets and Ministers of the Lormoanwc-althicouintries,
tained them at dinner party at Buckingham': Palace. '-
iding left to right) are: Mr. Rashidi Kawawa, Tanganyika, Dr. Eric Williams,
ago; Sir Milton Magai, Sierra Leone; Sir Abubakar "lafawa Balewa, Niger a;
stamante. Jamaica; iir Roy Welenslky, Rhodesia and Nyasaiand; Tun Abdul
me Minister, Malaya; Mr. F. D. K. Goka, Finance Minister, Ghana; Senat r
Minister of Justice, Ceylon; Archbishop Makarios. President uf, y p r u s,
Mr. Keith H vyoake New Zealand; V,-. Jawaaarlal Nehru, I n d i a; Mr iohn
ida; Mr.; Robert Menzies, Australia; Field-Marshal Mohammed Ayub Khan,
ta,:. Mr Harold Macmillan, Britain.

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;i"c ,me Tax- Returna 0 0- 1 aam Ye i "

S1 it( E; i is draw" to 'i Of the icamme Taxy, i; : 1 L
Ordinance lo, 7 of 1931' wiisi sI e wish to annolunce tiiat dl to iricrIJ i
i "Every person charrgeable wi tax shall, on or beft3;e .isaiiouit hias Ibeen necessary for lisi. :,. nsfer thf
Mhe prescribed daie in every y;ar, ': to t4", Cnmis- trol of futsanilin accounts flari ur Ros; l, i.,
jcnii3 a true a lP correct return of tiie wile18 o0 ,s lii- Ht eai fice in Trinidad, Our premises in ;: ,*
come from any so01rc~; whatever for the year immediatelyi 'closed effective 31st, Becember, 1962,
Illrec dillg thfi year; f s.:..~ .';'ii and shall.,:ii a'J 3I l fiol;n .
'the Colony, give the name an i oI an arent readingg Hrers are requested it make al ..
in the-Colon.v" e ch vr after the date.to our;i.ager,tin Dominica, .
S The presGribed date in ech v8.?r is as foo Lartigue, 6 Fort .Lane, Roseau, Dominica,
Public Officers 31st January. .
S Persons other trhan Public 01ieiers -- 3131 iVirch, Dec. 22,-29
It should be specially noaed that any parsoni who fails l
a;t make a rehi", in the inannr a; at the time require -".. .. ........ .
yby section 40 of l:ncoriI tax ordinance 10 7 of 9- 1 sha TiU -
hbe guilty of an offance against this Ordinance and shall b .
Liable On summary conviction to a fine not exceeding seven. i -
hundred and fifty dollars, and in default of payment to im- *
prisonment, witl or without hIarJ labour, for any term not a
Sexceeding twelve months, ,
S, (Vi"le Sec'ions 45 ani 713 n3i1f: TaKlOrdinance, i
No 7 of 1961) ,C. : "
Owiihg to default in furnishing returns by a large), CrCIIT "
lumber of persons, the Commissioners of Income Tax are TA
auseJ a unnece:slry amount of inconvenience and extr : TA
I.abour in assessing Income Tax and it is proposed to enforce. :~ '' ,'
,he provisions of the law -oqainst such persons, 1n S
SIt shouIld benoted that deduction for Insuran', Pr-,
Imiums and interest on loans are not allowed unless sup-
'ported by receipts.: I,
Comptroller of Inland Revenue

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IT is customary as the year draws to its
close for newspapers to write a sum-
m a r y of the happenings, good or bad,
w h ic h have made their impact on the
lives and minds of the people during the
preceding twelve months. The HERALD
will not on this occasion offer a month-
by-month diary of events -- this has been
both competently and amusingly done by
our esteemed contemporary the Chronicle
and meticulous repetition of fact can be
tediots.f instead we give in this editori-
al the high and low spots of 1962 as seen
from our little cage in New Street. How-
ever the Editor also has a v i e w of the
harbour with its perpetual reminder that
we are part of the great world beyond the
blue horizon, so we do not confine our-
selves to purely local happenings, but note
also some of the world-shaking e v e n t s
which have caused a slight tremor even in
The first event we record is the sad one
of the breakup of the W. I. Federation,
ending in M a y, but sealed in January
when Trinidad and.Tobago .withdrew,
the Jamaican exit. The event
o have gladdened the hearts of
ted politicians in both small and
ds. Trinidad and Tobago and
.ach got independence as: a, "e-
Other ex-colonies in the news
aganyika (a republic this month),
.eone and Uganda (achieved inde-
ice), but no immediate independ-
e for British Guiana (the Consti-
anal Conference broke down). This
co was largely due to the riots in
eorgetown last February, causing loss of
6 and property, exacerbating political
4f1r-nies qd frcvjing Premieri jaang o
)eal for British troops. The Carib-
n became the focus of world attention
v e r the Cuban crisis in October and
member, which was a drama of high-
,losive moves and strong action, and
tunately ended peacefully. Still. near-
home, Blaize defeated G a i r y in the
enada elections (the Grenada consti-
on having been suspended earlier) and
.nediately made plans to join in a un-
v state with Trinidad. Meanwhile
little Eight, having virtually become
e n, continue deliberations for the
on of a small Federation which
ted with a Conference in L o n-


figures supplied by
nisation in Dom-
W,ooo inhabitants in
king population"
and the people

On the local front good progress has
been made in the formation of co-opera-
tives to implement (he new fishing
scheme, for the marketing of copra, the
cutting of feeder roads, the purchase
of Felicite Estate and for a retail shop in
Calibishie. The Technical Wing to the
Grammar School was opened and good
progress made on the D G. S. building
itself. A new Treasury-Post-Office-Poiice
Station was opened at Marigot, the Sou-
friere road was opened and funds have
been otiaine' to complete the surfacing
and drainage: the extension of the Lee-
ward coast road continues and La Plaine
and Castle Bruce can now be reached
by car.
On the political front, Mrs. Allfrey's
expulsion from the Labour Party was the
big news. Rumoured to have stemmed
from her editorship of this paper (as
from June Ist) it resulted in a total rout
of the Labour Party by the D. U. P. P.
in the Roseau Town Council elections.
Roseau throughout the year 'has con-
tinued to be insanitary in, patches, with
several roads full of pot-holes.
Out in the world again, revolutions
I c$aicu, in -io au, A me-ric ,ian ioriUi
and Adeb. China invaded India over i
border dispute. Both Russia and Ame
ica put men into orbit around the eartl
Algeria, eventually struggled through. t
independence after a grLiiling civil wa',
attempt was made to assassinate General
de Gaulle, and OAS \chief Salan was
arrested. Late but brightest news, the
Ecumenical Council opened in Romr, in
October. A seemingly small but impor-
tant international development took place
in Roseau when the Cercle Francais was
formed to draw together in friendship
with Dominica the French islandss of
Martinique and Guadeloupe, and to
-ensourage4he-love-f--Ft iFe h.--4anguag--
and literature. Convent High School
girls scored magnificent examination
results. America lost wonderful Eleanor
And so as w,. draw near to 1963, the
last major highlight of our year is the
visit to Dominica of Secretary of State
for the Colonies, the Rt. Hon. iuncan
Sandys and his wife, accompanied by an
old Colonial Office friend of the West
Indies, Mr. 4. R. Thonas. It has been
a year of probes with publicity but with-
out results, and political rumours with-
out foundation, a peculiar, sort of year
which could however have been a lot
worse. And so We wish all our readers
an enlighteneie and happier New Year.


actually at work as 22,500. The firm
number of Unemployed as given to us
from this source is 80o in 1962 compared
with 500 in 1958.
Now these figures were shown to the

Editor in the HERALD office a few d a y s ago. But even
allowing for a brief time-lag, we beg to disagree with the
stated total of Unemployed. We think there are far more
than 800 workless ablebodied people in the territory of
Dominica. Moreover, we know that the number of under-
employed persons those who have a little "garden"
which provides ground provisions but does not maintain
its cultivators in any sort of civilised manner, is very high
indeed we can hardly guess how high. This is a fit and
urgent subject for local manpower research.
What has this got to do with the training of young girls?
A great deal. If at this moment of our history there are
hundreds of people, male and female, seeking (however
half-heartedly and listlessly) for work, what of the young
who have no skills and crafts and who will, unless
something radical is done to help them, become a further
drug on the labour market
We write mainly of young girls in this editorial, be-
cause they have been more vocal to us on the matter,
although the plight of the boys is just as pitiful. The
HERALD has for two weeks advertised the services of two
strong honest youths. Not a single offer of employment
has been received from a readership of over- a thousand loc '
people. Are there no jobs for those- who are ready and
willing to work for an honest dollar?
We have noticed that many girls show an eagerness to
learn skilled trades which is as great. as their unwillingness
to enter domestic service. If tnere were factories but
we cannot finish the sentence Ourgirls, taken early and
properly guided, coull be good, conscientious and diligent
workers in any field. Many of them, particularly in the
country districts, want to be Nujses; but there are not suffi-
cient opportunities. If.wecould co-ordinate this desire to
serve with a definite need for servic-, something might truly
be achieved.
For example, most Dominican girls have a genuine love
of chilicen, and some might, well be taught how to tare for
the nation's young Thereafter they could (if they oaitain-
a certificate or diploma) obtain jobs anywhere in "
ore to going on the streets or wasung the r pt
mental powers on idle pursuits.
In St. Vincent there is a scheme, b-cked by the Youth
Trust Fund, for the training of suitable guls as Nursery
Nurses. Dominica has desperate need of such a scheme,
and moreover already possesses the framework for it. We
believe that the moral leAders of this community would
support to the full a drive to make Dominican teen-age girls
not only self-supporting but valuable and respected assets
of our land.



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SComplete with Fittings; Soil Pipes, Clay
Pipes, Spades & Shovels, Forks; Face
Basins, Porcelain Kitchen Sinks; Floor
Tiles and Cement, Scales and
Weights, etc.

Co-respondents are asked t( submit their full names and addresses as
a guarantee of good faith, bu' not necessarilyfor publication Letters should
be as shot as possible Controversial political letters will not be pub-
lished anonymously. Views expressed in People's Post do not necessarily
reflect the policy of the Ed tor or the Proprietor.
ri inau:,urate a Cultural development
aribao Likes section in the Central Secretariat as
Herald from oJanuary I, I963.
Copies of your Newspaper, the
Dear Sir, Dominica Herald, come to us in Puerto
I feel sure that you will Rico and I have been reading with

be interested to know that the
Caribbean Organization proposes to

Cont. on p. 5





The Volunteer In Our Society -- III boards and committees because of t h e i r habitual way of
looking at things. They apply their experience so as to
(Courtesy of The Royal Bank of Canada) locate the problem, validate it as one affecting this group,
set up research and collect information, consider all the
various ways of solving the problem or meeting the situa-
Social Agencies tion, and reach a decision.

The age-long quest for paths of adjustment.,to life and of iY 'it ner t bridge a I n u e o doth thaim t he-y spd in. mw. s
,peace of mind is now aided by scientific methods of social carefully planned al d e ficienth tcaired out.
work, and volunteers need to recognize the points at which
their ministry ends and the services of professional people Cont. on p, 8
Up until not so many years ago social welfare services
were performed entirely by volunteers, but as living became Teacher's Success In Bermuda
more complex it was necessary to have full-time and well-
trained people. A new profession, among the most im- A familiar figure to S. M. A. old boys, Paul de la Chevotiere,
portant of modern social movements, came into being as a flew in here from Bermuda last week on Christmas holiday. Mr. Chevo-
response to need. There are, as indicated by membership tere before leaving the territory some ten years ago was attached to St. Mary's
in the Canadian Association of Social Workers, more than Academy as Junior Assistant for three years and thereafter was transferred
e C di an An of 11 W or k m to Roseau M ixed and Roseau Boys' School.
t h r ee thousand professionally qualified social workers in
Canada. The first School of Social Work in Canada was From 1953 to 1957 he taught in Bermuda and in I957 was granted a
Board of Education Scholrship to read for a Science Degree at Queen's
established at the University of Toronto in 1914, and in university in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. In this University he was
1918 the second was opened at McGill University. In mid appointed tut.r in biology and genetics, some of his students being medical
--i962i tre-VW ereDigtSTChobls. students and in his finalyear did some research in. physiology finmiced by
Professional social work is a rewarding profession, in the National Research Council in Canada. Among other things Mr.
w h i ch men and women find their compensation not so Chevotiere said nis Council was trying to find a workable substitute for
blood plasma, the importance of which project stemrredfrom the fact that
much in the money they earn as in love of the work, a sense large quantities of blood are not always available for transfusion during
of its dignity and importance, and the feeling of contributing an emergency such as in a National disaster. Therefore, the research, wis to
materially toward the happiness of mankind, find a non-blood substitute with plasma-like qualities which would be
But in their work they need v o 1 u n t e e r workers, available duringsuch emergencies.
Sound community planning must originate with the peopk After his period at the University had terminated, he was appointed
who live in the community, and must evolve from the joint lead of tie Science Departments of the Prospect Secondary School for boys
e ff ort of the professional worker and the oessional oe volunteer. Th and of the Prospect fbr Girls both in Bermula where he is employed. In
r ds t g d a tlooig u p o n this capacity Mr. Chevotiere is responsible for orgapising the science syllabus
professional worker needs to guard against looking upon and the general operation of the science programme in the new secondary
volunteers as merely unpaid help., school in'Bermuda.
Commenting on the relationship between the profess
Commenting on:the relationship between the profess MrI Chevotiere, the HERALD understands, has quite a free hand in
1 worker and the volunteer, an article in Voluntary the quality: and quantity of Science apparatus acquired for the laboratories
'-bed by the Canadian Associa.ion for Adult under his supervision. Added to this, he enjoys the full co-operation of

,. er environment, the technical training, o0 mink his duties pleasant.. Mr. Chevotiere who accompanied by his wife
.xntendent of nurses, of an executive secretary, of a and two children arrived here onSunday last has been quite impressed with
e p c i v t t pit o the mass improvement in the territory- such as the new bank buildings,
,rained publicist,, can intimidate a volunteer to the point of the Supermarket and Shopping Centre, the Princess Margaret hospital and
uselessness". the Goodwill development. But most of all he said, he is indeed happy
In a woarli:d so changing as outs, i: is necessary to to meet again his yoang friends, and particular y the "old ones" who he
.maintain the acutve good will of .the public and the earnest is pleased'to see still "holding the fort."
willingness of the volunteer, The professional worker needs One thing Mr. Chevotiere regretted that it was not possible for him
to convey the feeling that beyond doubt this is the proper to arrive at a time when the schools were still in session, but hopes though
agency for the job.it is doing and that it knows how the job that it will be possible for him to tour the school buildings, especially the
should be done. But the professional worker needs to go seco'daryschools inRoseau.
further. He n e e d s to do a job analysis so as to find the Apart from school business, he is a member of .a bowling team and
place which can be filled with the greatest personal satis- bowls two nights a week. He is also a football coach, but regrets he could
not move around much more as he would like to, since he is a very busy
faction to the voluntary worker and with the greatest benefit family man.
to the agency's clients.

Boards and Committees

M u c h of the work of voluntary organizations g e t s
done by t e a m s of people working on boards and com-
A good working group is not made up of people ap-
pointed because they have caste, or influence, or wealth, but
because they are interested in working toward the good of
the organization and do so w i t h intelligence, energy and
good will.
Talking, even of the most earnest kind, is not the pur-
pose of a committee. People may talk learnedly and with
self satisfaction about juvenile delinquency, but all the talk
achieves nothing comparable to one small a c t i o n. The
earnest committee will not pose, nor i n d u 1 g e in vain
_rhetoric, but will hasten to seek the most appropriate way
,of accomplishing its purpose. It will brush aside debate
about procedures and get on to grapple with the pith of its
reason for being: human necessities.
The purpose of committees and meetings is this: one
person rarely knows all the facts or all the angles. An
exchange of opinions is necessary to spark right action. The
conscientious member of a committee will study the problem
so as to make his contribution worthy of consideration.
Business men are particularly valuable on s e r v i c e

People's Post from p. 4
interest your editorials and news of
the Music Festival and the Cercle
Francais recently formed in Domin-
Paragraphs on these last two items
have been publishe-t in our Newslet-
: With best wisl'es.
Yours faithfully,
Information Officer
Caribbean Organization
Child Victims
Dear Madam,
I am writing you this
letter to let you know something
from me. Now madam I have two
cripple, children- one the age of Io
years and the otocr the age of 8 years
rhey are unable to walk. They are
growing big and I cannot get relief
for them. I heard that Mrs. Robin-
son is in charge of to look about
every criiple child so I went to her
and explainediaoiot t-ioS -Lnidrt ,
and I tell her that they told me to
come to her to see if she could send
those children away for me so that
they might be bktcer. She told me
Government do nor, have money to
send them away and is not she that
is responsible, so go to Mr. Stevens.
I got myself so shanmed and did not
know what to do.
Anyway I went to Mr. Stevens;
he took the nime of those children,
their age and my name and he said
that he must see Mrs. h.oainson again
so they wil let me know what is
happening. I was so discomfort at
his words, and up .to now I have not
had a, word from him. I, am so
sorry to send and tli you tha
times in the morning it is
boil figs and give it to them
anything else. At our place
is very rocky and the people
get place to throw net ,neither
seine, so I cannot get nothing a
to give these children to eat. I s.
myself perhaps the children ha\
marrow that is why this is hap
ing to them. I have seven chile
and cannot afford to get what
necessary for them.
They took them to the, Roseau
hospital and keep them there for
nearly two months, and tell me they
would send them io Trinidad for
rn e. i. b ;, ai meh -I k_:

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I am so distressed and do not know
what to do. Those children are
there on my account and I cannot
.Does your mirror show afford to mind them properly.
Sebarrassing I am aged 40 year and my hus-
iYOU emtl apim an band is 47 years and we have seven
Wh a sightly pimples, aene or children and are still making a fam-
blackheads? Let the ily and for the sake of those cripple
0i y0" /penetrating powers of children and the smaller ones I can-
d oesogh o pn not do nothing for myself. The third
SAlco lph Lotion and the fourth children of mine are
'm r o quickly and effectively the crippled ones. So dear madam
clear up these troubles, I am sending and beg you if you
Swi could do something for one of those,
f ll ou Alcosulph Lotion will children. I would be very please
give you a smooth, clear for I am in misery.
skin. a lighter. brighter Thanking you in advance ti
Complexion .ou will be hear from you.
SEND Note: The HERALD ro-
SKIN TROUBLES the Ministry of Soci
WITH the Social Welfarp
Sgot sufficient fun
A l- children in distre
LOP T I 0 N e effective remedy for skin ble this letter aE
and infections such as latta iarks,. suffering of P
zema,, athlete's foot, prickly heat and midst which
rashes of all kinds. means he ?"

SAr URDAY, DEC2MJ3ER 29, 195z



i'_ O IIA HRL ~u1DY .i .LR2,16

GC omnwaalth Royal Tour Of New Zealand
Judges For Privy Engagements
Council Namled Highlight of he Poyal Tour of New
Zealand, wh ch begins in Wednesday 6th
Queen Elizabeth recently approve I February, will be the ceremonial opening
ed the names of the nine Common- of Parliament by the Queen in Well'ngton
vea;lthi JdgesJfoi-membship uf the on 123h Febru-ar,.
Privy Council. Aftet wards heads of dioloma!ic missios,
Ihe Judges, from Australia, New will be presented to, he Queen and the
Zealand, Nigeria and the Federaton Duke of Edinburgh, who will after attend
of Rhodesia and Nyasala, d, will ""
re force the Judicial Commictee cf a receptol, for Members of Parliment
the Privy Council- -the final Corn- and their wives.
monwealh court of appeal on a During the evening the Queen is to hold
number or legal issues. an Investituie and she and the Duke will
This gives effect to an announce- be guests at, a Government House dinner
ment made at the clo eot the Corn pariy.
monwealth Prime Mmniters' Con- 1 he Royal y acht Britannia will anchor
ferLnce in London in September, in the Bay of Islands during the morning
when it was decided to strengthen of 6th February and ihe ceremony of wel-
the Judicial Commitee by the w
appointment of judges from C e come has been arranged to take place oil
appointment of Judges from Conm- E e.
monweahh countries, the WPl.angi Tiust Estate. Next day ,h!
The new Judges are: Sir Fiank .Royal Party noves on to Auckland.
Walters Ktto, Sir Edward McTier Included in a heavy engagement list aie
man, Sir Dui.--i Ian Mazics, Sir a visit to the New Zealand Amiteur Aih-
Vlllia-iFrancis Langer Owen Sir letic r ,soc;ati n's inviation meeting at
Alan Russell Taylor and Sir Dunedin on 15th i-'bruary and an after-
William Victor Windeyer, 'all noon's racing as guests of the Canteibury
Judgesof the lrgh Court of Auts- Jockey Club at Riccartcn on 16th February.
traha; Sir Kenneth MacFarlane While the Queen visits Blenheim on the
Gresson, President of the / New
Zealand Court of Appeal; Sir morning of the 13th, the Duke will call at
Zealand' Court 0o Appeal; Sir
Adetokunbo Adegboyega Ademola, the Outward Bound School at Anakiwa,
Chief Justice of the Federation of later rejoining the QLeen for lunch
Nigeria and Sir Henry Clayden, The tour ends oni Sundvy,17th F bruar i
ChiefJustice of the Federation of ani tice Quece atliC the, a1ukle floy O- to
Rhodesia and Nyasaland. (BIS) Australa lthe next clay. (Bi.),

Gharles Laughton Dead
HOLLYwoOD .16 DIc (CP): -- Charies Laughtr sixtythree years
old, who became the inuvic. top characitr ac:or did Saturday n,;nt of

Leading figures in the entertainment industry paid ir bute to Laughton
his creation of many mcmorabl- screen fihurc, over more rnan three
ae g air Michaeld K e irac .i he was a splendid Borg a of an actor".
LaugSlion ditied tle am o thie m sci.in ai o '-tines awry, shl.s: nil-
:d, pants' unpressed- He created lthe famous, Captain bligh of the or-
ial Mutiny on the Bounty film, the lecherous .King Henry VIlth ftbr
ich he:won an Academy Award and ti, lojbic l li.gish 't.uoli Ruggles
the frontier comedy "Ruggles of Rtdg p." He had been married to ac-
ess Elsa Lanchester since 1929.

Commonwealth Empire lanes c P0arth

Uganda Independent Too

Ato ti Ti i,.J ,,-,. :T.b: .oai, Siena Lconc and Jamaic.,
da also recc'ved ];cr indepcnde:-ce ;n 1962. The Duke of Kent was' ic
Quccn's SpeciA.! Ri.irecnnttive. In t-his picture the young Duchess receives
a bouquet fiom a young Ugandan when she visited the Town Hall of Jinja
during the tour.

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Trinidad Gains Independence
SIR = a-!' .T,'*^*?& n^ iw

world of sport one of the highlights of the year was the Corn m '

empire Games, held at Perth, Western Australia. Domini-
resentative, the middle-weight weight-lifter Nigel da Silva, Although Trinidad was disappointed in thatPrincess Mar-

but just failed to get a bronze medal. Above we de- garet did not represent the Queen at the Independence celebrations
on Auguet 31 this year, this lovely Trinidad girl, Mrs. A. P.
cots medal winner, Bobby. McGregor-the fastest swim- Burkett was pleased to present a bouquet to the Princess at a recent
garden party given for teachers under the Commonwealth Bursary
'day- Scheme.

.A& S.X


SAI U,_,DAY, D.CL-:''.il R E 9, -196:


SAT./URl. .Y, D2 3 i3E'3.1 29, 195- DOM!INICA -HERALD PAGE SEVEN

Second Childhood LorD Altrincham Has A Heart harm" to Mr. Carew. Lord Altrincham expresses-the opinion,
8 with which all of us will agree, that "the sentence was not, per.
SA Peer cf the Realm who hat' been in ho water from time haps. unduly severe". Defence Counsel maintained that the
Cosenza, Italy, Dec. zoth (CP): to time became of his criticisms of Court proceed ures and even boy who kicked Mr. Carew did not know iliat his victim had
Rosa Tiersi ofnearby San Sosti was of royal persons h:,s recently made a moving appeal ot, b half lost an Lye!
as surprised as everyone else when of an injured West Indan. That gentleman is Lord Altrincham, While Mr. Carew was in hospital he drew industrial injury bene-
two new teeth, an incisor and an who recently wro e a column in the Manchesi, r guardiann aH!,. fit, and London Transport made it up to his wage as a ousconduc or.
eyetooth, appeared in her mouth. ing the British people to contribute lurids to help a 29-ya r h'd iL.t new, having only one eye. he caniot.-regair rt ,-ame~tjo-b, ..
She is 87 and has een toothless Barbabia.n bus conductor, named Kenneth Carew. "Britain's "as been offered alternative employment by the Tiansport board as
for years welcome to tne Carew family," writer Lord Altrincham," has not a bookirg clerk. Now that he is a trainee for the new post, his
f a been up to the highest standards. I feel moved to do something pay is substantially less than before.
tangible to help them .. As a nation, we owe Mr. Carew a hav e Noble Lr. a rew, and am deely him passed hs atitdes
pleasant surprise." oumind in adversity. He seems to be entirely free from self pity
P Michai Now what is the dreadful story unfolded by Lord Altrinc- and he speaks with extraordinary restraint of what has happened to
Prince c ael bham? As long ago as last February, Mr. Carew came to Eng- him. For instance, he says that he suffered no pain-though it
Graduates land. His wife and two children staved ir Barbados until he cou:d hardly be doubted that being kicked in the face and loing an
was established in a job, and he sent for them last September. eye is a painful experience. He will not overdiamaiise, nor will nc
Two days after they joined him his wife had hoped to train give way to bitterness or vindic iveness. He is g r a t e f u I to two
Sandhurst, Dec. 20 CP: Prince as a nurse Carew's bus, No. 37, stopped outside a pub in English friends, with whom his wife and children were staying at the
Michael of Kent, cousin of the East Sheen Fourteen teenagers of the Teldy Boy type board- time of the "accident",.. His wife has been badly shaken by the
Queen graduated from Sandhurst as ed Ihe bus, merry though not drunk. They were noisy and said ob- whole affair -and nc wonder."
a Second Lieutennt today. His jectionable things to the conductor, playing around and refusing. A lad cais gong t sie Kenneth Ce back his a peasbt Lsrd
regiment is the Eleventh Hussars. to pay their fares. Mr. Carew reproached the gang hen they prise for Christmas. And we in turn hand Lord Alnincham
rang the bell at a stop, pointing out that it was his Job to start the a bouquet for b.ing a man with a h e a rt, determined to see that
--__ -------- Ibu,. Two of them then attacked him, kicking ferociously. L4- amends will be made for social injustice and c uelty. It may be
backed down the stairs, but a final kick caught him full in the wondered why we publish this sad account at Christmas-,ime. We
Engih2 i~ar aI face He was taken to hospital, where one of his eyes had to be do so hecau-e Keineth Carew is.a-her-f-a-wit.)-.allWeI rfl i.Ti.
t- --remoV-f, na--y be proud, and we wish for him and and his family a safer and
There Fir st A few days ago. th.e m.in culprits (aged 18 and 20) were happier future.
s;rtenced to five months' detention for causing "grievous bodily
LONDON, Dec. 2o: CP: A So-
"viet geographer believes that an
Enllsh Carmelite, Friar Nicholas
ot Lynne, discovered America 132'
_years before Columbus says Moscow

"Cato's Party Wins
-L St. Vincent Labour Party
to Johua)' won all
o w n Council .
.gstown; St. Vin-
jl..n, one of the candi-
.ang a woman.
rue i P.P. Govern nentr Pariy
have not t kenl tinis defeat lyinp
dow but promptly p a ss ed a
reolution in the Legs lat!ve
Council (the Labour Party Mem
bers allegedly not being allowed
debate the issue), stating that
)i Town Council Electibo.s are
ull and void owing to pol:ing
.id registration :ir!egularitiet.
Fhe mater now L.e comes the
subject of court action.

Questions of

This series of questions is
merely thought stimulating, and
not a contest.' No prizes offered
for correct solution, and the results
will not be published. i
z. In which kitchen was a loaf
baked in the shape of a hand
on the eve of the last .gener-
al election?
2. Which Dominica Minister of J
,Government told a newsman
and others that export tax
was only an excuse they
wanted to get Mrs. Allfrey
out of the Party somehow?
:. What is the mystery of the
missing rosette
If you were a modern Pilate,
where would you go to wash
your hands?

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Thet HERALD The HERALD Is The People's Own n"

SATURDAY, D; CiTv;F 9, i. i(

The Volunteer In Our Society
(Cont. from 'page 5)
Changing Times
It is part of democratic responsibility to see that citizens are not
submerged by the rising tide of a new civilization, to preserve them
from the feelng of futility.
Some of iheir pr,'blems stem from conditions in society itself.
.so S from. thebnatu ial. waywardne-ss otfhuman beings, some from
phys cal environment, some from the change, invo'v-d in the ipdus-
trializition of an agricultural soc e y aud the automation or a
manua! socieyv.
We cann( t say w th assurance that th reason for n-ed of help
is this or that single caus'. More likely the season wai b:-tt-r told
in Gulliver'sTravels, where the giant was bound by pygm e<. It was
not any one thread that held him to earth, but thousands of strands
which the busy little people carried over his body in ev.-iy direction
We must realize eihat in a large and relaiivly complex soci ty
such as ours some people are going to get hurt through no special
fault of thtii own. Mult tudes of re ;ple require help. nct because
of fire, flood,.and war, but becau e of heredity, culture and social
environment. Great burdens sometimes fall upon people who are not
equipped either physically or mentally to carry them.
And so: to work

Notice Of Application
For Liquor Licences
To the Magistrate Dist. 'E &
the Chief of Police: I, ETHELINE
JAMES now residing at Layou
Parish of St. Joseph do hereby
give you notice thit it i; my in ea-
rion- ~) apply at the Magistrate's
Ccu t to bI: held at R,s-au on
Tue day, the 22 n day o Janua y
1963, enu n; for a retail LIQuo
LICENCE in respect of my premises
at St. Joseph Parsh of St. Joieph
Dated the 27th day of Decem-
ber 1962
siding at St. Joseph Paiish, ofSti
Joseph, do her by give yuu not ce
itis my intention to apply at the
Maristrate's Court to bo heid at
Roieau on Tuesday, ti:: .:2nnd
diy of Jaiuary 1963, er'sun- for

What we require of volunteers is not a compliant dealing with things a rerall LIQUR LICENCE IIi respect
as they are, but a positive .and spirited adventure into what might be. If of mny premises at St. Joseph Parish
it be true, as Galileo said, you cannot teach a man anything but only help of Sr. Joseph.
ia-to~-fi-nd i-~ithin'himself thlenr voluntary work' for social ends can be Da-d cth 2nd day ot De:mb-r
the greatest good a person can do for himself. 1962.
The volunteer is one who is not content merely to change as the world ELENORA ABRAHAM
around changes, He wishes to be in the vanguard of a movement for im- ftA'lES "
ptovement. He is determined to achieve his greatest humanity through lead- flU -
ing the way toward constructive relationship with others.It is notified for general inform-
Despite the bomb-clouded nature of our environment, there is no needtion that a meeting ot te Li
to give in to pessimism. It is possible to rediscover the foundation of our native Councl will be held at the
humanity, however obscured it may appear to be. Men may confront their ous, Roseau at 2. 3 p.
loneliness, their fragmentation, their isolatori from the great stream of events CourtW Roseau at 2. 30 p. m
which they understand only: impe-fectly, by returning so far as it is in their onMWedmbrs of the public are hre963
power to a feeling of responsibility for society and to taking part in meeting by invited to attend.
social needs. G. DAVIS
Clerk of Legislative Council,

Honorary Degree
V.A Lewvis, Vice-Chan-
'the University of The West
's.to receive an honorary
Doctor of Laws,at Leices-
Irsily, nixt, year,
'deiee will be conferred by
.dran, Leicester University's
illor, at a ceremony in the
Je Montfort Hall on i2th July.
.ners who will be honoured
ade Sir Basil Spence, the archi-
t who designed Conventry's new
athedral, and Dame Peggy Ash-,
croft, the actress.
Dr. Lewis has been with the
University of the West Indies since
in r 915 arnd as educated at St.
Maty's College, St. Lucia, and the
London School of Economics.
After several years as a Lecturer
tid reader at the London

I: is notified for general intor -
For ArthuIr Lewis 'ni action that a me eating of th-
Foru A th_ ur_ OS tandiig Committee on :Finance
School ol Economics, he '. as for will be l-e t Court se,
1o years, until 1958, professor of Roseau at io.oo a.m. on 1 .es-
political economy at Manchester day 9th January 1963.
University. Members of the public ar ereby
.. .. . invited to attend.
He has also held a number of te to t
important government and interna- '" Co. I il
tional posts including service on be. Cl-rk Of Legislative Couhci
half of the U.N. as economic advis- P ba, hriem s a
er to the Prime Minister of Ghana,
from 1957-58, deputy managing Am na sty
director of the U.N. Special Fund
from, 1959-60, members of the Agreement has at last been reached
U.N. group of experts on under- on the freeing of the 1,200 prisoners
developed countries, in 1959, and take by Castro duringthe abortive
part time member of the board of Bay of Pigs invasion by aiti-Castro
the Colonial Development Corpora- forces, and the first 300 arrived by
tion from 195.1-53. special flight Sunday at Miami,
__Di eis. h.s.-Tso ac ed-as- con"-Fi rlaT-lh-is hoped that all the
sultant to the West Indies federal war prisoners will be freed by Christ
Government, the Caribbean Con- mas Day. In exchange for the cap-
munity, the Government of Western tivcs, Cuba is being supplied with
Nigeria and the former Gold Coast medecines and food, purchased by
Government. voluntary subscription organised by
theU Cmh b Fn ilie* Cnm it,, -I d1

I l.Si &

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Don't let the heat get you down! When the
night is close and sultry, drift away to dream-
land cooled and relaxed by Limacol. Dur-
ing the day, when you're hot and jaded, Lima-
0ol will refresh and revive you. Yes, night
aind'"day keep cool with Limacol, plain or
me'ttholated (it's extra cooling).

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STOIERS for their patronage in 19621

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the first shipment has already ;:r-.'
|LOTS FOR SALE : rived in Havana, promising a hap-
LOTS F SALE pier Christmas for Castroites and
Person or Persons requiring Empty Lots, for House Build- anti-astroites all. __
ing, can apply from now on and in the future, to me The Pope Gollabor- HArPPY &
Sole Proprietor of the Lots in question. These various in Spa
4ouse Lots are situated very close to Salisbury Proper, ate in Space
ist a few steps from the main Road in The Village, VATICAN CITY Dec. 23, CP: NEW
Pope John appealed today for 'in-
itidaries of the above Empty House Lots in question are national collaboration in space
ToWe. exploration and research saying W
rh l-byl-and ofi late Jack:Larocque "brave and able men of every race W .
uth the main public road and nation" should be used in
't Crown land such work. His appeal was voiced J
st I8nd Of 8lat AUgIstus Peter, in the consistorial Hall of his .. .......
st Land of late Augusus Peter official apartment in replying to the
*q te traditional good wishes for Christ.
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