Dominica herald

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Dominica herald
Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
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Roseau, Dominica
Dominica Herald
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v. : ill. ; 42 cm.


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Dominica -- Newspapers ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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Began in 1955? Cf. caption.
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Editor, <1963-1964>: Phyllis Shand Allfrey.
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"For the General Welfare of the People of Dominica, the further advancement of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole."
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Description based on: Jan. 12, 1963; title from caption.
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Last issue consulted: December 31, 1964.

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NEW. YORK 21. N,. Y4_ ,

_ Finest People V The RichcSt 5o^
(For the General Welfale of the People of Dominica, the firth, r tdrancemenil of the West Indies and the Caribbean Area as a whole)


Musician Among Victims
GOVERNMENT is CALLING a meeting of policyholders
who have been paying money into the St. Lucia
General Insurance Co. Ltd.; some of thcse policyholders
have never received any benefits.
Fhe meeting, to which all Au Yen's Birthday
Dominica policyholders are .y
invited to brin; relevant Celebrations,
documents, will take place 964
in the Executive Council
C-'hamor be (MiAn .l;l t ,,;iAl

ings), Roseau, at io a.m. on
Friday, June 12. (See Gov,
ernment Notice below).
Talented Girl Without Funds
One of those who has
suffered through nongimple,
mentation of a policy for
wh;ch her parents had been
paying, $2.32 a month since
she was a tiny child is Pales,
trinaa Christian, younger
A.^,,. .L * C
L. M. Christian of the well,
known Christian
Class. Palestrina, aged fifteen,
is already an accomplished
young pianist who also plays
the organ and accordion.
Her educational insurance
policy, surrendered in Octo,
ber 1961, had been intended
to help further her studies.
It is understood that there
will be several other com,
plaints from va-ious citizens.

St. Lucia General
Insurance Go.

Meeting Of Policy Holders
As the result of several complaints
over the past months from members
of the public against the St. Lucia
General Insurance Co. Ltd., Regis,
termed in St. Lucia, the Government
have decided to call a meeting in
the Executive Council Chamber at
10.oo a.m. on Friday, Izth June,
of all policy-holders, but particular-
ly policy-holders awaiting payment
of matured and surrendered policies
issued by this company.
2. The complaints have in general
referred to inability of Policy/holders'
to obtain morey due to them for
.policies which have matured or have
been su rrendere d. Government
would be grateful if aay policy hol-
der who has not already done so,
and who has had difficulty in
obtaining payment from the above
(Cont. foot next column)

It is hereby notified for
general information t h a t
Saturday, 13 June, 1964,
being the day appointed for
the official observance of. the
Birthday of Her Most Gra-
cious Majesty the Q'een, His
Honour the Administrator,
will inspect a parade at the
Botanic Gardens at 9,o-) a. rnm.
Members of the Ex-cutive
a n d Legishtive Councils

"other officials, H e a d s of
Reli g i o u s Denominations,
Consuls and Consular
Agents, Members of t h e
Roseau Tow n Council,
Managers of the Local Banks
and other citizens, together
with thidr wives and families
are invited to be present on
this o,'casiin.
GO. 54

Huge British Loan
For Kenya
Britain agreed to aid the new
independent Commonwealth country
of Kenya with 50o.o000oo,oo000o, it was
announced in London this week.

Bahamas New
Sir Ralph Grey, recent Governor
of~Bridsh 3uiana, took up his ap-
pointment as Governor of the Baha-
mas on June 3. He succeeded Sir
Robeit Stapledon (retired).
company would bringif at all possi-
ble full details to the above meeting.
However, if unable to attend please
forward details by post or hand to
reach this Ministry by noon on
Thursday 16th June 1964.
3 Government will wish to seek
the views of policy holders as to
what action government must take
in the interests of policy holders.
Acting Financial Secretary
Issued by the Ministry of Finance,
ROSEAU 3rd June, I964
G.O 4 gme0. ,

Labour Party
T. Ao.Inai l|,

e r euialks
IBRITISH GUIANA-- St. George's i iol -, 1 ,
NEW HOPES Anglicaa Church 1st--Frail Attendance

A solution for strife-torn
B. G. seemed in sight at last
when Premier Dr. Cheddi
Jagan said last Wednesday he
was willing to considerr a
Coalition Government pro,
posal made by Opposition
Leader Forbes Burnham.
The news followed the recent
entry of British forces to re-
store law and order and the
resignation earlier this week
of Mrs. Janet Jagan from
the Ministry of Home Affairs.
She resigned became of dis,
satisfaction.with the .conduct
of the police. Mr. Peter
D'Aguar (leader of the third
B. G. Party) also agreed to
consider epalirip,
misgiving i."

Labour Leader
Back Home From
Visit Satisfactory

Appearing in a television
interview over the Soviet
network before he flew back
to Britain on Wednesday,
Mr. Harold Wilson (leader
of the British Labour Party)
declared that his visit had
been worth while; that his
twohour discussions with
Mr. Khrushschev i n the
Kremlin had been "friendly
and frank", 'nd that the
curbing of nuclear warfare
and reduction of armanents
had been one of the main
topics. He had also under,
lined the need for frequent
toplevel consultations be,
tween the powers.
Meanwhile, as Mr. Wil,
son flew in, the British
Agricultural Fair in Mos,
cow was just packing up
after a sensaiioaally success,
ful exhibition. Two Bri,
tish firms received o r d e r s
worth ioo,ooo, other or/
ders were placed, and all
livestock in the Fair was sold.
Organisers of the Fair said its
success had "surpassed their
wildest dreams".

Te AT about 8.40 p.m. last
The Mothers Union Wednesday, the Labour
Christian family week Party held a public meeting
June 4 to June 9 is now at the Dawbiney Market'.
being celebrated by th e, CQaired by Mrs.-M JAi '
Mother, Union 'i Dori'iAk:t. (and attended by what surely
Their big gathering at Imray must have been a disappoint-
Memorial Schoolroom took ingly small crowd), the rfieet,
place on Friday, the Theme ing gave Labour ministers a
being Faonily life and Education. chance to air some informa,
The Mothers' Union is a tive anq controversial matters
Society within the Anglican Among .them.
communion.. Its purpose is BEANS
to strengthen, safeguard and Trade and '.Production
promote Christian family lite Minister Mr N.. A. N
on the basis of the life-long Ducreay mentioned Govern,
nature of the marriage vows ment's plans both for iocreas,
as taught by the church. g local milk produion
Members ped e them and for encouraging .farmers-
,h1 .. to grow more red _h.
-- .........-aU tons refective, e d. lare-d.
to Our Lord's teaching that of his Government's desire .to
marriage is a lifelong union; cut down on impqrts..
To .awaken in all Mothers a (Cont.on p. 12)
sense of their great response,
ability in the training of their Sha
boys and girls -- the Fathers Shakespearian
and Mothers of the Future. Pottery On"Show
To meet together for prayer
and study and to seek oppor- The Ministry of Labour and So-
tunities for service. ':ial Services has received various sam-
Membership of t h e ples of "Shakespearian Pattery" by
Mo1 nion s p *il the kind courtesy of the Countess of
Mother's Union is primarily Leicester. These are manufactured
a way of life; members who by Holkam Pottery Limited, Hol-
cannot attend meetings can kam, Wells, Norfolk, England,'
share in its work by prayer, specially to mark the 4ooth Anni-
and witness to the principles versary. of Shakespeare's Birth. -
St The articles take various forms
for which it stands. ruch as, a cigarette Box with auto,
JANE EVERSLEY graphs by eminent actors of Shake-
".- -. speare s plays, a tray with extracts
B ightwing Presi- from Shakespeare's Will, a tankard
ith extracts from Shakespeare's plays
dential Candidate and many others.

Senator Barry Coldwater won a
stunning victory in the Presidential
Primary election in Cali'.ornia, defeat-
ing conclusively Governor Nelson
Rockefeller of New York. Gold-
water is against the extension of civil
rights for Negroes, is against social,
ists, liberals and communists, and is
in favour of the use of nuclear wea-
pons in S, East Asia against com-
munism. He is now in the running
for the presidency of the United
States, but some commentators think
his progress may have heightened a
Republican defeat, and the election
of Democratic President Lyndon
Johnson. "Reports that Goldwater
has a chance of reaching the
White House", said the London
Times on Tursday, "are enough
to shake the faith of people in
America maturity".

The samples, which are beautifully
designed and would prove very at-
tractive souvenirs of Shakespea-e's
Anniversary Celebration will be on
display to the general public at the
Public Library as from Thursday
4th June. There is a price list

Time Bomb In
Arabian Leg. Co.
Last Wednesday, onet hQur before
a delegation to Britain was booked to
leave the S. Arabian Federati6o, a
time bomb exploded in the Legisla-
itve Chamber, In Aden at the'time
was Mr. Nigel Fisher, Undersecretary
of State for the Colonie:. No casual,
ties were reported, as the Chamber,
was empty at that hour.



TRIlNIDAD'S "CLEAN-UP" DRIVE Dominica Hospitals lIncreased
Extracts From County Council Releases Appeal Fund Banana

BY AND LARGE, the of money which could be
response in some areas co pu: to some usefal project ,
the Council's appeal has as building o r maintat iing
been very good and it is a 'roads.
pleasure to see how tidy and May I appeal to all, there-
clean, and therefore how fore, to cease this revolting
healthy, some parts of the practice of indiscriminate
County now look. This dun ping.
New Look must be pre, I need not remind you
served at all costs and I am that these refuse dumps breed
appealing to you never to flies and ,serve as excellent
slip back into your old habits harbourage for rats. Empty
and dump refuse or allow tins, bottles and coconut
refuse to be damped indis, shells are liable to hold water
criminately on the streets, and breed the dangerous
pavements, dramns, vacant lots yellow fever mosquito. Go-
and public places. vernment, at much expense
.'This is one si4e of the and effort, has succeeded in
picture, thed other side- ifotino 4imyiagng the, yellow fever
so satisfactory. In some nmosquito froth this' territory
areas the response of the and it is nothing short of
public is poor and little effort criminal for people to start
is being made by the people/, recreating conditions favour,
to clean up their surround, able to the breeding of this
ings. .. mosquito.
Refuse is still being dump, The (St. George) County
ed indiscriminately all ove: Council has gone to the trou,
the place and, even though' ble and expense of costruct,
communal bins have been, ing concrete communal bins
provided by the Council, re, or placing pairited steel drums
fuse is being dumped around in certain localities as a con,
the bins rather than: in them. venience to the people for the
It is difficult to understand disposal of garbage. T'Y;-
-^- aa,=alitv of those persons convenience is grossly ab
who dumnip refuse -on- thi .y .ric puD-uC.T AV-Ic.5t
Lady Young Road an: d drums' are either damaged or
Betham- Aighway, two ,of stolen and garbage is strewn
the three approaches to Port on the ground around the
of Spain. Is it that. these bins rather than n them..
peoplc.are trying to create a It is really difficult to u,-
badim~ssion of this coun- der'tand the mentality of the
try en our visitors? people who do these things
People who persist in this I wish to appeal to all resi,
dirty halit a r e probably dents uf this County to re-
unaware of their responsibi- rain from dumping rubbish
lity in this matter and not indiscriminately about che
,sufficiently proud of their place, to provide and use
country 10o discharge their covered dustbins for their
responsibility, refuse and do all in their
Let me remind you that it power to keep this County
is an obligation on every clean and healthy.
householder, owner or tenant We should not only think
of every business place to of ourselves, but also of the
collect and store household thousands af visitors passing
and trade refuse in suitable through our territory, who
containers as required by the should always go always
law. This is nct the func, with the impression t h a t
tion of the Co-'nty Council Trinidad is one of t h e
or any agency of Govern, cleanest territories through
meant. Indisc r i m i n a t e which they have passed.
dumping is an offence in Thank you.
law. It is, however, the
Council's responsibility to -
remove refuse that is placed
in bins and dispose of it in a If-Rube' For
satisfactory man ne r. Al- Self-ue For
though it is not the business Bechuanaland
of the Council to remove
retuse that is strewn on the A measure of internal self-govern,
ground, it continues to do so ment is proposed for the Bechuana,
in order to climate health land Protectorate, one of the three
hazards and to give the High Commission Territories in
Count a southern Africa This is indicated
County a tidy appearance. -0
This type of set. Vice is n. in a White Paper on constitutional
This type of sertce is inne, proposals published recently by the
cessary and results in'a waste 3ritdbh Government. (BIS) \

At a meeting held at the
S. M. O.'s House on Tues.
day, 26th May, a profit of
$3,093.19 was declared as a
result of the Donkey Derby
and Easter Fair held at
Windsor Park on Easter
Monday last.
Some seventy people
attended the meeting, and
refreshments were provided
by Mrs. L. P. Brand, Mrs.
P. Griffin, Major G. R.
Thompson, Mr. T. E. Coul,
thard and Colonel & Mrs.
W. G. S. Foster Mem,
bers of the main Dominica
Hospital Appeal Fund
An itemized statement
showing expenses of $682.82
was prcsenmed to the Easter
Fair sub-committee.
The people of Dominica
appreciate this splendid re,
suit, and are much interested
to know how the money will
be spent.

Oswald Acted


Weekly Cuttings Urg.,d
Energetically recovering from
Edith's devastation, Dominicas ban-
ana production is steadily improv-
ing. Eight hundred and ten tons
of stems were shipped to Britain on
May 28, and in the North (itself res-
ponsible for fifty-five percent of the
island's banana output), shippers
wtie earnestly requested last weex,
to cut bananas weekly not fort,
nightly thus ens u ri n g equal
quality and output.




Banana Shipment of 28th MAY,
Roseau 28,988
Portsmouth 40,580
Coast 2,998
Exports Ist jan. to 2ist May, 1964 744,371
Total exports to 28th May, 1964 816,937
Total exports to 28th ? My, 1963 1,115,110
Decrease 1964 compared with 1963 298,173




Schedule of Application for Certificatie of Title and 'Nbtings
Warren Commission thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 6th day of -June, 1964.
W .- 1 ."r ': ~~ iNature of Request' whether
PresidLntuai Commission f headed by Notings thereon or Caveat.
U.S. Chief Justice Earl Warren, in- Reque't for the issue of a first
vesugatmng the assassination of Presi, Request dated Certificate of Title in respect
dent Kennedy has concluded that Antoine Etienne of that portion of land in the
dent Ke ,nedy n as conclude hat 7ih March, 1964 'Village of Massacre, in the
Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, Parish of St. Paul, in the
was the killer. The Commission Presented by his Solicitor Colony of Dominica, con-
has found no evidence to support any 3 training 1012 square feet and
rumour that a conspiracy was in dJue, 1964 Vanya Dupigny hounded as follow;--On the
vouvdi thet as c r. (USTiS. at 3.50p.m. North-West bj lands of Aa-
volved in the assa.sition. (USIS). gelina Anthony, On the
--- North-East by lands of Victor Eugene, On the South West by The Sea,
i o On the Soitbh-East by lands of Bright Williams and which separating
Civil Rights Debate them by an Access Road.
Vote Registrar's Office, (Sgd) J. V. JEAN PIERRE
Roseau, 3rd June, 1964. Registrar of Titles,
Crucial Crucial Stage Certificate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat at
the above office within six weeks from the date of the first appear-
WASHINGTON, June 2 The U.S. ance of the above Schedule in the DOMINICA H RALn news-
Senate is expected to vote next week paper published in this Island or from the date when the notice
on whether t limit debate on pro- .prescribed by law was last served on any owner or occupier of
poset civil rights legislation. adjoining land in respect of which the application is made.
The move has the supporC of Se, June 6-13

nators favoring civil rights kgislation,
but whether it will re,.eive the neces-
sary two-thirds majority of all Sena,
tors present and voting is in some
doubt. The Civil Rights Bill has the
sup a rtt of the Johnson
Administration. (U.S,I.S.).

Typhoid In Scot-

A shocking epidemic of
typhoid struck the Scottish
city of Aberdeen last week
end, and 2z0 people were
aken to Hospital.
An inquiry 'held by the
British Government indicates
that corned beef may be to
blame; as a result two brands
have been withdrawn from
bale in Britain. -BB.

Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
tereon and Ca-ieaza for the week ending the 6th day of June, 1964
'I Nature of Request whether for
Date of Request Person Presenting Certificate of Title or Notior
I _____ thereon or Caveat
Request for 'he issue of a First Ccr-
Request dated Antoine Etienne tificate of Title in respect of a
portion of land situate at Massacre,
29th May, 1964 by his Solicitor in the Parish of St. Paul, in the
/ Colony of Dominica, cc ntaining
Presented Vanya Dupigny 1565 square feet and bounded as
2nd June, 1964 Ifollows: On the South by the
at 3.45 p.m. ,Public Road, On the 'East by an
Access Road, On the North by
lands of Bright Williams and Clara Charles, On the West by an Access
Registrar's Office, (Sgd) J. V. JEAN PIERRE
Roseau. Registrar of Titles.
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certi-
ficate of rile on the above application may enter a Caveat in the above
office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the
above Schedule in the DOMINICA HERALD newspaper published in this
Island or from the date when the notice prescribed by law was last served
on any owner or occupier of adjoining land in respect of which the appli-
cation is made.
June 6-13 ./ .





The Second Enclosure of Mr. "Morals In
Brentnol Blackman's Reply Society"--

Catholic Tests of a Social Order

By Msgr. George G. Higgins (Dir.ctor, Social Action
Dept., N.CWC.)
NO Features Release September 30, 1963

Strange Agreement
THE April zz release of the Y'rdstick, which said,
in summary, that the kind of neutral unions we have in
the United States are approved by the Church, has brought
forth a bitter protest from Mr. Nicholas Pollard of British
Honduras, Joint Secretary of ihe Inter American Con,
federation of Christian Trade Unions, British Caribbean
In a letter dated September 4, Mr. Pollard argues
rather vehemently that Pope John XXIII, in his encyclical
Mater et Magistra, gave hii blessing only to Christian unions.
Mr. Pollard is very angry with this writer and with the
distinguished German SCHOLAR Fatkhe Oswald von
Nell-Breuning, S. J., for having the temeri-y to disagree with
him in this regard. In. summary, he says that the Christian
trade union movement "certainly endorses" /Father John
Cocgan's all-out criticisms of the American labor move,
ment in his recent pamphlet, "Rome and the American
Labor Union."

Embarrassment ror Editors


Meeting Held On May 28
Talking frankly on a topic which,
as chairman A.B.A. Lazare rt-
marked, was long overdue, Dawbi-,
ney Literary and D:bating Society
(president, C. A. Maynard, main
speaker) at a recent meeting of the
society, brot ght into the open the
dangerous lack ot moral conscien-
tiousness which i; so characteristic in
Dominica's society. Although e,*
training f:',n being dogmatic, Mr.
Maynard warned that in spite of the
topical popularity of sexual morality,
lack of self-discipline in other ways
(chronic drunkeness, rash judge,
ment, etc.,) was as effective in the
destrucuon of any society. Also
stressed was the importance of the
conscience as a judge of right and
wrong, and the ncce-sity for honesty
of purpose among social workers and
other reformers.
A lively discussion followed Mr.
Maynard's talk. The general feeling
of the house was that Religious in,
stitutions and social reformers should
be more actively aware of the mora,
lity problem here and attackthe pro-
blem at its roots.

Meteorite From

"Surely, dear Monsignor", he writes, "I must disagree Idia Studied
with you and NellUBre ning and heartily endorse pour Wshin
Arnerican ridis pe 'meteoie that plunged to
review, tor reading very enthusiastically the new booklet, earth in India is being examined in
'Rome and the American Labor Union'. And I certain, the United States for possible space
ly agree with them that your American unions are 'secular' secrets .
1, 'r, rol' .nd jllV il fl fr In a hands'across-the-sea, effort
and 'neutral And essentiallv inadequate tfrom the voint of ---. L

-- --------p U%1 --- ---->'J --" Indian scientists sent the meteorite to
Catholic social teaching .. the Smithsonian Institution in
The editors of The Wanderer and the National Re, Washington. (USIS)
view will undoubtedly he very much embarrassed by tliis
unsolicited compliment when they look at it in the context
of a wildly inflammatory speech which Mr. Pcllard delivered Another LooK
ia Belize around the end of Augusc. Birth Pill
In the course of this speech, Mr. Pollard heavily
endorsed Russian communism ?nd proudly uopsted that he VaticAn uoc May 27 Cod Ac
wculd wage continuous warf re against the United States new medical Ii.cav nies including
and Bustamante (Prime Minister of Jamaica) until they those on the use of lii-h control
come "with their tails between their legs." may cause the Roman Catholic
Church to take a new lookat ts
(Cont. on page 10) stand on birth cournol.

Future Naval Offi ers
... . . .

Cadets (aged 18) an,
Midshipmen on parade&
in front of the Britainni.
Royal Naval Collegt.
Dartmouth, in South-
West England. For years
the Cellege has provid-
ed academic arid early
professional training fc.
young officers of th,
Royal Navy Highly
soecialired training, fol
lowing the lines of a
great tradition, is also
givrn to many Cadets
and Midshipmen belong-
ir;g either to Common,
wealth or foreign Nav,
ies.-- BIS

["Sodom And
By Our Film reiortel" CHRIS."
Directed by Robert Aldrick,
Produced by Coffredo Lombardo?
brought to the screen in Hollywood
style is the .i.nous Biblical epic of
tne twin cries of sin, sins unspeak,
Supported by a mammoth Italian
cast,, well-1 nown actor Stewart

Grairger plys the part of Lot, act-
ress Pie; At.gclli is Let's wife, and
Stanley Baker as the brother of
GComorrha's ruthless and vindictive
Sndom and Gomnrrah are linked
together in the Old Testament be'
cause of their joint destruction, and
in the New Testament as a warning
to those who reject the Gospel.
(Cont. on p. 5)

IT'S A FACT By Bill Wilson,
!' " "- i -

One of the most incredible sea
stories took place ir 1896, The
publisher 'cf a popular American
magazine, as a publicity gesture. off-
ered $10 00ooo to anyone who could
row a boat across the Atlantic
Ocean. Two young men of Norse
'(.escent, George Herbo,. 27 and
Frank Samuekon. 3.' surprised
eAeryone by accepting the offer. In
an 18,foot (six meter) skiff the two
harbor and 55 days.later reached
the Sicilly Island-, off the southwest
tip of Eniland. `Their feat has
.never been repeated.


Thomas Paine, whose fiery word:
voiced the demands of the American
colonists for independence in 1776,
had a profound effect epon the out,
come of the American Revolution,
Born ',i h England,.he 'joined the
SAtierican catise iand with his
"Common Sense" pamplhler and'
other writings urged complete inde,
pendence and a strong federal union.
He later we t".t';, ,n "
e renc i LVo.uton but was imn,
Sprisoped there .f: -. denouncing its
bloodshed and violence,


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University Of The West Indies J

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Assistant
Lecturer or Lecturer in Geology. Preference given to
active research worker in Mineralogy.
Duties to be assume I as soon as possible.
Salary scales: Assistant Lecturer 1,200oo x 50o -
1,350; Lecturer 1,450 x 60 1,810 x 80 2 290.
Child allowance (limited to three children) 150 for first
child, 100 for second, 50 for third. F. S. S. U.
Housing allowance of io% of salary or, if available, un,
furnished accommodation will be let by the University at
IO% of salary. Up to five full passages on appointment,
on normal termination and cn study leave (once every three
Application (6 copies) giving full particulars of quali,
fications and experience, date of birth and the names of
three referees should be sent by July 31, 1964, by persons living in the
Americas and the Caribbean area to the Registrar, Univer,
sity of the West Indies, Kingston 7, Jamaica, and by all
others to the Secretary, Intei-University Council for Higher
Education Overseas, 33 Bedford Place, London, W.C.I,
England. Further particulars may be obtained similarly.

University Of The West Indies
'APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Professor
of Psychiatry in the Faculty, of Medicine. This is a new
department and the Professor will be expected to develop
undergraduate teaching and to initiate research and post,
graduate training programmes in the specialty. Duties to
be assumed as soon aspossible.
Salary in the range 3,450 to 4,445 per annum.
Child allowance/ 4.(limited to three children) 15o pet

for third ch T.ST. Ht( ig-lwance of 10 /o
of salary, or if available, unfurnished accommnodaticn will
be let by the Universi'y at io0% of salary. Up to five fulhb
passages on appointment, on normal teiinaauon,,and on
study leave (once every three years).
Applications (1o copies) giving full particulars of
qualificationss and experience, date of birth, and the names
,of three referees should be sent by June .2, 1964 by persons
!living in the Americas and the Caribbean area to the Re,
gistrar, University of the West Indies, Kingston 7, Jam-
ai e, W. I., and by all other persons to the Secretary to the
Senate Committee on Colleges Overseas in Special Rela,
tion, University of London, Senate House, London, W.
C. I. Further particulars may be obtained similarly or by
writing to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, U. W. I.,
Kingston 7, Jamaica, W. I.

Schedule of Applications for Certificates- ef Title and Notinus
thereon and Caveata for the week ending the 23rd day of May, 1964
Nature of Request whether for
Date of Request Person Presenting Certificate of Title or Noting
thereon or Caveat
iRequestfor 'he issue of a First Cer.
Request dated Isaac Newton Itificate of Title in respect of a
Shillingford lot of land situate in the Town of
).2;h May, 1964 by his Solicitor Roseau, in the Parish of St. George,
in the Colony of Dominica, con-
Presented Vanya Dupigny trainingg 621 square feet and bounded
22nd May, 1964 as follows: On the North West
at 3.30 p.m. by land of Amanda Popo, On the
'North-East by land of Rose
Elwyn, On the South-East by land of Hillsborough St., On the South
West by land of Jamcs Faustin.
Registrar's Office, (Sgd) J. V. JEAN PIERRE
Roseau,-22nd May 1964 Registrar of Titles.
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certi-
ficate of TWie on the above application may enter a Caveat iq the above
office within sji weeks from the date of the first appearance of the
above Schedule in the DOMINICA HERALD newspaper published in this
Island or from the date when the notice prescribed by law was last served
on any owne ir or ir of djoining land in respect of which the appli-
cation is made. '
May 30-Junte .

Caribbean Workshop University Of The University Of The
On Cooperative West Indies West Indies

0Organizaticn Applications are invited for the
post of Entomologist in the Crop
SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO Protection Division of the Regi-nlt
- May 19, 1964 Many Research Centre, St. Augustine,
leaders and officials working Trinidad. Applicants should po~s,
?'a the field of Cooperatives ss a firqt or good Sicond rpass
in Barbados, St. Lucia, Bri, Honours degree in Z.ology and pre,
*is H Tbaos, G. aia ferably have poit-graduate training
tish Honduas, Grenada, in applied Eccomology. Experience
U.S. Virgin Islar ds, Dom, of the biology and control of crop
inica, Anigua and Guade, pests will be an advantage, Ap'
loupe will attend the 4-week pointmnt will be made in the
Caribbean Workshop on Lecturer Assistant Lecturer grade,
Si and is for the period ending July
Cooperative Organization 31, 1966, but may be for three years
which is scheduled to open in the first instance.
in Puerto Rico on June, Salary scales: Lecturer T,450 x
1964, 9:30 a.m. at the Col, 60o 1,810 x so 2,290;
lege of Agron nriists, Hato Assistnt Lecturer I,aoo1 x50 -
Rey, Mr. H. L. Chris i;C, 1,350o. Child allowance (limited
Rey, Mo. H. L. Christian, to three children) iso for first
Registrar of Cooperatives and child, 10o for second child, 50
Social Development Officer for third chird. F.S.S.U. Housing
will represent Dominica. allowance of o10% of salary or, if
Jointly sponsored by the available, unfiirnisned accommoda.
International Labour Oqice tion will be let by the University at
xi o% of salary. Up to five full
and the Caribbean Organiza- passages on appointment, on normal
tion, the Workshop will termination, and on study leave
bring tog other top Coopera, (once every three years).
tive leaders and officials from D-tailed applications (six copies)
ten Caribbean countries and giving full particalurs of qualifica-
,- o tions and experience, date of birth.
cooperative experts from in, and tha names of three referees
ternational agencies to study should be sent by July 6, 964 by
the ways and means by which persons living in the Americas and
social and -economic pro, the Caribbean area to the Registrar,
blems in these countries may University of the West Indies, King,
be approached though a stcn Jamaica, W.I., and by all
be approached though a other persons to the Secretary, Inter,
,- cootratiye moveH Universitv Councilfor Higher: Edu,
ment. '- ... ...... cation Oversasi Bera-ci P'ace,
The Caribbean Workshop London, W.C.I. Further particu,
on Cooperative Organization lars may be obtained similarly.
constk.utes an important June- 6
phase of the Caribbean Or, -
ganization's programme for University The
regional development through
active collaboration with the West Indies
international organizations at Amenoed Advertisement
work in the area.
ILO is contributing sub, Applications are invited for the
stantially to this project and post of Lecturer or Senior Lecturer
tantally to ths project a in Mathematics, Jamaica. Prefer,
has financed fellowships to ence will be give.n to applicants qua-
assist the participants nomina, lified to teach statistics. Duties to
ted by Governments with be assumed on October I. 1964 or
their travel and maintenance as soon as possible thereafter.
expenses as well as providing Salary scales: Lecturer 1,450
a number of lecturersconx 6 ,so x so ,2;
santb ad e Ascie Senior Lecturer 1,950 x 90 -
sultants and the Associate f2,940. Child allowance (limited
Director. to three chilJren) o50 for first
The Government of the child, doo for second child. 50o
Commonwealth of Puerto for third child. F S.S.U. Hous-
Rico Vill be host to the ing allowance of o10% of salary, or,
if available, unfurnished .ccommo-
Workshop. dation will be let by the University
Rarbad at Io% of salary. Up to five full
Barbados Stee.C band passages on appointment, on normal
At Edinburgh Tattoo termination, a nd on study leave
(once every three years).
Calypsoes of the West Indies will Detailed applications (six copies)
be heard at this year's Edinburgh giving full particulars of qualifica-
Military Tattoo, whi:h will run from tions and experience, date of birth,
x4th August to 5th September at and the names of three referees should
Edinburgh Castle. This addition be sent by June 22, 1964 by: persons
to the programme was announced on living in the Americas and the Ca,
Monday by Brigadier Alisdair Mac- ribbean area to the Registrar, Uni,
Lean, C.B.E., the tattoo producer. versity of the West Indies, Kingston
Providing the music will be 46 7, Jamaica, and by all other persons
bandsmen from the Barbados Police to the Secretary, Inter.University
Force Band, who will be flying into Council for Higher Education Ov-
Prestwick Airport early in August erseas, 33 Bedford Place, London,
with their own equipment ortho, W.C.I. Further particulars may
dox military instruments and some be obtained similarly.
42oths. weight ofsteel drums. (BIS) May 30

Applications '-e invited
for ihe post o Senior Lc,
turer or Lecturer in
Physics. Preference will
be given to candidate;
with exper nzce or interests in
lonospheri- Physics, R dio
Propagation, or any branch
of Geophysics. The Dep,
artment is quite well equipp-
ed in fields, and active
support can be promised to
research projects.
Salary s cale s: Lecturer
S1,450 x 6o 1,8io x 80o
- 2,290; Senior Lectu--
rer 1,950 x 90 2,940.
per a n nu m. A" child
allowance (limited to
three children) Zso for first
child, ioo for second child,
so for third child. F. S.
S. U. Housing allowance of
ro% of salary or, ,if availa-
ble, unfurnished accomoda,
tion will be let by the Uni,
versity at lo% of salary.
Up to five full passages on
appointment, o n o r m a 1
termination, anc on study
leave (once every three years).
Detailed applications (six
copies) giving full particulars
of qualifications and expe,
rience, daLe of birch, and the
names of three eireis s'nou'i'
bd sent by July 6, 1964 by
persons living in the Amen,
cas and the Caribbean^Area
to the kegistra., University
of the West Indies, Kingston
7, Jamaica, W. I., and by
all other persons to the Se,
cretary, I n t e r,University
Council for Higher Educa-
tion Overseas,' 33 Bedford
Place, London, W. C. i.
Further particulars may be
obtained similarly.

Applications For
Liquor Licence

To the Magistrate Dist. "E" & the
Chief of Police.
I, GEORGE PERKINS now residing
at Goodwill Parish of St George do
hereby give you notice that it is my
intention to apply at the Magistrate's
Court to be held at Roseau on Thurs-
day, the 2nd day of July 1964, ensu-
in respect of my premises at 36, Hills-
borough St. Parish of St. George,
Dated the 28th day of May, 1964.
June 6--so.
To whom it may concern.
I, Joseph Nicholas, of Tarreau
give notice hereby that I am no
longer responsible for any debts in-
curred by my wife, Miselia Nicholas
(nie Piecre-Louis), she having left
my home without my will and con,
May 23 June 6




Cable & Wireiesstvide eatly improved corn- poitirn of the peninsula of El Lisan
/U ,,-- uw \ municadions ts the Eutern "that pro(jfcts into the Dead Sea-from
(West Indies) Ltd. Ccrnbbean. A mutkichan- its eastern shore. Dr. Ralph
Baney, a Baptist mi sionery in Jor,
nAl oeltropospheric scatter system; dan, reported th.t ruins of the cities
Alva Clarke Broadcasts will link Trinidad, Barba, had been found under water nea-
A vo;ce k n o w P do, St. Lucia and Antigua. the peninsula, and that some of the
millions of radio listeners will Antigua ill be linkt d to ruins were under only 10 or I2 feet
mll of radio listeners ill Thomas and Florida an of water.-Contrib.
be heard in the advertisingg out to th e Con -.nwealth
breaks of Cable & Wireless outto he Comf onwealth
(est Indies) Ltd. on Ba- and the rest of the world. -.
bados rinidad erto Rico. Exisng VHF radio links in
radio stations this wek. o the Leeward and Windward Meth
The voice is Mr. Alva Islands will be integrated
Clarke a 3 year 1 with the system which will
Clarke-a.32 year old
We Indian now a L be in public service in the
We:t Indian now a on second half of 1965. ROSEAU 9.oo a.m. Rob
dnn brr a r a c ste r Mr R 1 O

Clarke accepted the invitation
of Cable & Wireless (West
Indies) Ltd. to taperecord
the advertising breaks which
deal with the Company's 15,
million (W. I.) dollar expon-
sion programme in the -Eas,
tern Caribbean.
Mr Alva Clarke's voice
will b- heard E,250 times
on nine radio stationsJi at
1iarbados, Trinidad, Puerto
Rico and Jamaica over the
;next .2 weeks. His message
to the public in each of the
breaks:-- "Got something to
tell the world about? Tell
them via Cable & Wireless."

Notes Re VMr. Alva
'- . /


All the radio survey work
has been completed and
active site work is in pro,
gress throughout the islands.

Sodom And
(Cont. from p. 3)
When strife arose between the
herdsinen cf Abraham and Lot, thi.
patriarch gave his nephew the choice
of land that was to be their new
homes; Lot chose the fertile, pro,
duicve plain of the lower Jordon
and "pitched his tent toward
Sodom", a city notorious for the
licentious, behaviour of the inhabit-
ants. T6fe arca, was so rich that it
incited four neighbouting k.ngs to

7.15 p.m.
LAYOU 11.3o a.m.
7.15 p.m.
GRD. BAY 11.30 a.m.
P-MOUTH i.oo a.m.
7.15 p.m.
HAMPSTEAD 9.00 a.m.
MARIGOT x i.oo a.m.
7.15 p.m.
WESLEY 9.00 a.m.
7.15 p.m.
CLIFTON 1i.oo a.m,
3.oo00 p.m.


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developing tank.
Hardly used-$140.00 for quick sale.
Apply: International Agencies
44 Kings Lane, Roseau.

odist Services For June

>erts S
betts S

J. Henry
H,. Thomas
Dash S
Dash S

L. Thomas
0. Theodore
A. T'mnaque
S'i. Samu.1

,H. T-maq, :

uas Mep ut s,
born i n St.. Lucia arid loot their cities, and carry away t..eir
educated 2t St. Ma rys Col, people, including Lot; Abraham
educated t St. M ry led a successful raid on the aggressor
lege, St. Lucia. He began kings and rescued his nephewv, and
his broadcasting careerr inf was afterward welcomed by the
1954 as programme assistant King of Sodom.
and news editor: tor the ;\When God told Abraham, sever,
Windward Islands brod years later, that He planned-to
Destroy Sodom and Gomorrab be-
casting service at Grkena.da. cause of the wickedness of their in-
He travelled extensively in habitants, Abraham intercedeJ on
the West Indies covering behalf of the cities and especially on
news and events. He went behalf of Lot and his family; in res,
to London in 1957 and ponse to Abraham's good orfices
tod promised to spare the twin
spent 12 months with news, cities of the plain if even as few as
papers and ra io. ten righteous people could be found
I; 1958 he was back in in them. Wnen this quota was not
Trinidad at. Fderpl Broad, reacted, two visiting angels warned
casting Officer in the Federa Lot of the doom awaiting the two
S. cities and urged him to flee to the
tion Infomation Service. hills with his wife and two daugh.
In 1959 e was off to eters, warning him not even to look
Ethiopia a s Broadcasting at the city again. Lot did as he was
Adviser to the Ministry of told, but his wife looked bark to
Information. He helped to the cities she loved and was turned
establish Rdio ddi Aba into a pillar of salt, even as "the
establish Radio Addis Aba- Lord rained ,apon Sodom and
ba and for two years travelled Gomrrah brimstone and fire...
widely in A fr i c a. He out of heaven."
returned a o the Windward This is not a film for the sensi,
Islands and in 1962 decided tive young, although teer.nagers are
Thrilled by its kaleidoscopic sequen-
to work in Londcn. He cies of violence and disaster it would
broadcasts regularly from not suit those who prefer their bi-
London and is very popular blical narratives unhollywoodized
in th: radio world. He lives but .t is a Zorgeous colourful show.
with his wife, two sons and About Sodom And Gomorrah
two daughters in Finchley.

The Project
Cable & Wireless (West
Indies) Ltd. announced four
months ago the i5 million
W. L dollar project to pro-,

Eodom and liomorrha (as spei-,
ed in the Bible) were two of the
five cities of the plain ia the Valley
of Saddim; the other cities were
Admah, Zeboiim, anp Bella or
Zo'r. The location of these cities
is though, by many archaeologists to
have been in the now-submirged



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Dash T
Dash T
0. Walker
M, Pascal
0. Walker
J. Henry
Dash T



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W E were extremely interested recently to
take part in a conversation at a social
gathering under pleasant circumstances.
Curiously enough the talk turned on the
subject of vindictiveness, particularly
amongst politicians. We all know that
there is a tendency in leading :ircl':s to
hunt down, take revenge upon and inflict
punishment on past adversaries, or even
(in some cases) cn past benefactors.
Only the historian-psychologist can dig
out the reason for such vindictiveness. It
is nothing new, of course; it was there in
Julius Caesar's time. Here in the Carib,
bean .'t s more petty, and can always he
hlamed'bn slavery days or underprivileged
childhoods; the Romans had their excuses
too. But the ordinary person, who does

not go into the matter analytic
knows that he despises vindic
fears the vindictive politician.o
The desire to make peop:
order to justify a personal
attitude is rather distressirg. 1
worthy of the title of leader u:
free of the taint of vengefulness
least one window open on ..he

We are as much interested i
in local affairs, and are wa
trend, just as we watch the ma
dom of speech and expression.
keep the people posted about
of tcis unhappy tender cy vi
- which is a disease of the h
as of the body politic, whereve

The Hidden Hamlet
Near Battle, England
There is a house that does not wish to be fund.
Small stars like century and pimpernel
creep to its walls, which crouch into the ground
that dwarfish trees may hide them, and a swell
of meadow terrace fritted with green spray
.... gently conceal them front them the groping sight.
I have known men go mad on a clear day,
tortured in thickets, having wandered right
up to its lintel smothered in a poll
of wild white roses at the very end.
I have known strangers hunt for it, but all
calling for guidance to some unseen friend.
Perhaps the poor sad ghost whose nightdress blazed
once when the hamlet teemed with working life,
cally simply cast her soft spell upon it, so that dazed 4
tiveness and by its unlooked r bsss. save by the accidental ques6ng eye,
ple suffer in the hamlet shrinks from the aggressive joys
or a Party of her too live successors, and is shy
No leader is of the loud earthly steps of girls and boys.
unless he is P. S. A.
I .

anid has at

in history as
thing this
.ttcr of free,
We shall
the spread
human spirit
r it occurs.

Hamlet And Ophelia
:.-. T

SORR yu~~E un~

WE have received indications that some
of ourreaders find the lengthy trade
union communications which we are in
process of publishing tedious or boring.
We see their point. You .may have to
be confirmed trade unionists with a feeling
for geopolitics to become really interested
in this controversy.
Having ploughed through one .side 'of
the argument by now, we are snowed
under with thousands of words on the
other side; and although we dislike the
attitude of some correspondents ("you
must print what we send you") we shall

People's Post

give the counter-controversy space.
Although it may be boring to some,
the quarrel between the ICFTU's affiliate
(C. C. L.) and CLASC is rather im-
portant; not only is it a trade union feud,
.but 'it is also a religio-philosophical strug,
gle affecting this hemisph-re.
We can only promise our indifferent
readers that we shall try not to give them
too large a dose of those T. U. arguments
at one time; and to those who cannot
understand what it is all about, ,ve would
say: skip it and turn to other news items
or to the diverting sports section.

Correspondents are asked to submit their full names and addresses as
a uamtee fgoodfaith. but not necessarily for publication. Letters should
be asahott as possible. Controversial political letters will not be pub-
Ilshed anonymousiv. Views expressed in People's Pao do not necessarily
reflect the policy of the Editor or the Pr2prietor. _
The Eternal that gentleman for a great
Prince A quotation was given
calling Mr. Nehru "The
Madam, Eternal Prince." I would
I was listening last Tues, agree. I would call Mr.
day evening to Radio Barba Tudor also a Prince of
dos; by accident I came into speakers.
the middle of a beautiful talk Yours truly,
on the late Prime Minister ADMIRER. Roseau.
Nehru. The talk was ad,
dressed to the dead man's
daughter. I said to myself, A Courteous Note
who is this poet speaking?
(not being able to guess the Dear Madam,
accent),- afterwards I heard it Permit me to express my
was Hion. Cameron Tudorhea felt thanks to Mr Green
of Barbados, I want to thank and hisstaff of the Dominica

Dispensary, and all those who
in any way helped me on
Tuesday, May 26th
Thank you all of you.

Civil Rights 11
WASHINGTON, May, 27--A se-,
ries of amendments to the Civil
Rights Bill, all supported by the
U.S. Justice Department and Sen-
ate advocates of the bill, were in,
produced late Tuesday in the Sen-
The Senate has had the proposed
legislation under debate for the past
zo weeks. It wos approved last Feb,
roary by the House of Representatives
The measure is designed to help
hasten the end of racial discrimina,-
tions in many aspects of American
life. (USIS)

A scene from Shakespeare's "Hamlet" filed for television in the.
a tual chapel ofElsinore Castle, Denmak, by the B3..C.- BIS.
"... I did love tbe once."
"Indeed, my lord, you made me believe so."

Winners Of Astaphan's Drugs
Department's Draw

isi Prize Oscar George Grand Bay
2nd Naamah Richards Hillsborough St. 60
Roseau, Dominica
3rd Ashton Delauney Franklyn Lar e 4
4th ,Meridith Daisy New Town
5th Bowen Alfred Marigct
6th Burton E. A. Virgin Lane 37
7th" Charles Isidore Mahait









Village Councils I P
Hamburg (DaD) -- Why did
A Hard Job To Do prehistoric animals die out -
Zoologists have long been interested
A distinguished gathering in the question why most prehistoric
Including H. H. the Ad,, animals became extinct. It was
ministrator and wife, Mrs. long believed that clima'tc fluctua-
Lovelace and C.M., E. O. tions caused the change in living
LeBhnc were among those conditions and this in turn forced
"the animal' t. die out. But on the
attending the inauguration other hand, the climatic conditions
of village councils in Atkin, did not occur all at one time where,
son, Paix Bouche, Colihaut as the animals died out roughly dur-
and Woodford Hill. Coun- ing the same period, Another theory
cils were established in the makes devastating scourges responsi-
ble. But, due to earth's rainimal
first three villages in May, population and small contact possi,
while Woodford Hill goZ abilities, it is bard to believe. how the
her; under way in Novcm, contagion could have spread. There

Duly elected and sworn
in, the village Ccuncillors
were congratulated by the
Government officials present,
warned that the responsibility

is Furthermore not a single historic .
example that wonld make a com-
plete extinction of the species plausi-


rehistoric Animal:
Brain Too Far From Heart!
A third theory finally found more
complete acceptance. Its advocators;
believe that prehistoric animals could
not survive because of their huge
dtmentions. But critics have import-
ant arguments to combat this theory'
They point to the fact that even to-
day large animals exist and that in
prehistoric times numerous smaller
species died out.
The German researcher who is
presently working in Canada agrees
in part to this last theory. B it he
believes that size was a secondary
factor for the animals' inablility to
survive. Important were the aspects
that led to a loss of correlation be-
tween the individual organs and in
extreme cases to the complete decen-
tralization of the entire body, The
huge size was therefore only an at-
tempt to restore the nerve and to

balance the centralization process -I
which did not succeed in most cases.
The German scholar is of the opin-
ion that the "anatomic structure 's of
basic importance for the execution
cfthe body functions and thus for
survival of the species''.
Professor Kaiser presented the
example of the whale to back up
his theory. This mammal category
represents the largest animals to live
on the earth. Certain members still
live today, others are extinct. Th.s
offers a good basis of comparison.
A confrontation shows that the head
made up roughly one-third of the
entire body length in the animals
that survived as is the case with the
case with the sperm-whale. This
means that important organs such
as heart and brain were pushed tj
nearly the middle of the huge body

they had assumed would be
"no bed of roses", and bec (Dept. Of Utter
seeched to keep their actions Confusion)
al-ways truly democratic. We published in last :-eek's issue
At Atkinson, His Honour a news item which contained one omr
Col. Lovelace stressed that a mission and one bad error, under the
Council should be s repre, caption "Ni'w Party Form.d". The
sentatave of its village as words "In Antigua" were omated
possible. To the Colih from the heading.
possible. To the Colihait Worse, th' name df. the alleged
Councillors, the C h ie f new pally leader was given as
Miniister. pointed out the need Mr. Anbhu De ,ick, when i was
for team spirit, tit an s m i t t e d by air as
At each of the villages*, Mr. h.ert Dennis.
"-"-*"1~-'-~", :.. -i v,/ a Jmaican who joined the Antigua
erithusiasic one. There was Trades and Labour Union at one
every indication that the vil- 'tme, was ip, tied to nave left
lage councils will. succeed. Antigua after he had started undesir-
S_ able political activities.
We apologize to any. member "of
S. M, A. Students. the Derrick family, whether in
Artigua or elsewhere, for any annoy,
Planning Tour ance caus;u by its mistake.

25 For Martinique Sacred Cantata By
Senior French Students of Methodist Choir
t. Marv's 1cademv are ilannin aM t dist C oir

tour of Martinique with thor French
master, Mr. Jones Murphy B.A. "The 1
Invited by Professor Pierre Lucetted of the Sac
Martinique, the tour will be similar Roseau M,
to that by Mr. Lucette's students who diy June
visited Dominica last year. famed for
S. M. A. students v.ill exchange the' direct
ideas with iPierre Lucette's students Cnoir Mi
and the Martinique people, study the be in four
customs and living standards of ihe tional hym
French, -get a wide knowledge of Progiam
Martinique from as many viewpoints -
as possible and improve their ability
to use the French Language. Arro
A special Bingo and a dance will
be hela later this month for raising SIR
funds to help defrfy the expenses. I. Arrows
is expected that approximately by air
twentyfive studet.ts and a few ma'. y
ters will form the touring team. wcre see
Youth In Racial underst
will att
Clash Arr.eric
NEWYORK May 31 C.P. Britain.
A young N gro youth rioted
im a Brooklyn submay train |ub
maskingg windows and mer-
cilessly beating and robbing Three
a whitc passenger. Police week by
arrested a dozen people were desc
avettirg racial clash with agent;".
angry-white residents. sentences.

anid were thus close to one another.
The centralization experiment in a
huge Locly was successful in a case
of the surviving whales. This was
not the case wibh th- now extinct
'v*ha'es. Their'ns show that
the head was relatively small in
comparison to t-eir size so that the
brain was quite a distance away
from the vital organs.
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Spears Against
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Pygmy type warriors with
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rebels with modern weapons
defeated two companies of
Congo army commandos.

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West Ind
Review By C.L
"The Rise of Wes
The Life and imn
Grantley Adams"
by F. A. Hoyo
Advocate Press, Ba
THIS is a not
Ith-e best vice
writing about V
society that I kno
it is a stage in the
tion of the sorely
ian'6a people.
As history it -,
tial virtues: Mr
so mastered the n
he unfailingly ch
,csive episode
This net only
narrative but gives
about. a region
the reader (even
Indies itself) is u.
familiar. T h u
(and -fascinating
pages .aiig w1
Adams's ierciles
and poitic ai de
the early V est In
ist, Clennell

principle politic
Grantdy. in tir
Oxford Universi
behind .ands, en
1 a b pu mo
socialism. It is
of the'many wi
to constituting 1
cal history and a
td political trad
West-Indies.; ,
Of contcmpo
chance is -he fact
Grantley Adams
the people ofI
plead their cat
Colonial Office,
1937, the Secret
for the Colonies
could to avoid re
The Fabian Soci
pathetic individ
other parties gave
ing, opened eyes
Britain, and th
nationalist mover
badly needed
Today the Briti
ment would almt
receive a represer
Indian but c
West Indian pol
of governmental
been unable to m
to find) the Bri
that ,,would give.
ment thdie fdrw
that Grantley f!
Britain of 1937.
helped from abr
Adams knew th

Acipation of Barbadcs could
Ullalm only be the work of Barba,
l dians themselves. He brilr,
H nll a political movement, built a
.R. James union movement, used the
St hianl co"cess:ons that the Coloaial
government cered to push
forward theory and practice
5s Of Sir of democracy i-i a colonial
territory. This biography is
s fittingly titled The rise of West
rrbados indian Democracy. Gran:ley
able work, from early saw that the Brit,
Cf historical ish West Indian islands faced
7est Indian insuperabol economic and
w. Second, ccrr-spondingly difficult poll/
e self realisa tical problems unless they
beset West were federated. He worked
equally at both federation and
as the essen, self-government and seemed
. Hoyos h:s to have entered the promised
material that lani in 1958 as the first
mooses thedeat Pire Minister of a Federal
ooses the de, Parliament.
or statement.
'propels the Mr. Hoyos has faced manfully and
S.nformation with adroitness the fact that the Fed-
eration with Sir Premier
with which failed miserably. His account gives
in the West emphatic evidence that West Indian
likely to be history is best written by those who
s valuable have lived in the territory and know
) are the personally the participants.,
ith Grartle' I recommend the book for a final
S Yal re reason which ill lpeak for itself. It
s-leg. defeat is dedi*atedto CaptimnA. A. Cipri-
struction f ani, the founder of th, -democratic
idian social., movement in the British West Indies.
Tickham, a In t93- I published iV n brigland a
__-j j'biography of Cipriani sub-titled
, *-, ,. The Lae [obr west Sf-
al journalist. Government,`- No biography of a
me left his West Indian politician has been writ-
tV liberalism ten during the intervening thirty years.
nibraced the The biographical character of this
cementt and book is fittingly made the subtitle.
e i' an.The West Indies, having attained the
one episode trappings of self-government and de,-
hich will go mocracy, are now painfully learning
giving politi, that there are only ways aid means,
much need, not eLds. This book sums up the
lition in the thirty years of achievement and poses
the problems which' self-government
opens up today, Cipriani and
raTy signifi- Grantley Adams and their parties
that when overcame the difficulties of 1932.
was sent by This history is one premise that the
B&rbados to difficulties of 1964 are being faced in
u the light of the past which shaped
use to the them. From a book one cannot
as late as ask for more.
:ary of St.ite Let the historian have the last
did all he word. ';On the night before the
ceiving him. Congress closed, some 20,000 peo-
ety and sym,n pe marched through Bustamente's
uals of the con'ti.tiency on the west side of
.him a hear Kingston in an impressive torchlight
a r r procession, with banners aloft, pro-
s and ears in claiming that federation with dowai
us gave the nion status was the demand of ~,fga-
ment at home nised labcur throughout the West
confidence. Indies. After proceeding along a
ish Govern, two mile route, the demonstrators
circled back to the Kingston Race
Lost certainly Course where, they were joined by
native West another io,coo persons who assem-
contemporary bled to hear Grantley and his lieuten-
liticians even ants expand the objectives of the
status have Caribbean Labour Corgrcss. In a
remarkable demonstration of enthusi-
ake (perhaps asm, the thronging multitude cheered
xish contacts, the eloquence of the leadccs of the
their move, Congress and agreed to accept the
ard. .impeus challenge pfWest Indian nationhood'
found in the Yet it is Jamaica which bears the
Although responsibility for rejecting the Feder,
SAlthough n. WhEre have all the flowers
oad Grantley gone (frort VENTURE, published
at the eman, by te FABIAN SOCIETY).


Full Day For R.G.
Sunday's First Communion
in the morning it was
First Holy Communion at t
the Cathedral. Over fifty ti
immaculately dresse 1 under- n
twelves were the guests of
honour at the 7:00 a.m /
maas, gallantly go:ng up to P
the altar-rail to receive the'r
First Holy Communion, and
after mass, marching in pro-
cession out of Church to
their thrilled parents.
Then the long, long Cor-
pus Christi procession in the
afternoon got underway.
Twining its way from the
Cathedral along piously de-
corated streets, the process-
ion finally arrived at the
flower-decordated shrine at
the Botanical G a r dne nas
where a short service was
held. From there it was
back to the Cathedral. Att-
ended by a great gathering
the' procession was every
bit the impressivee sight that it
usually is.
Fetes on Sunday night
(g o i n g into M o n d a y)
brought a full Catholic day
t0 an end--Contrib

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Bermudian Miracle Sight Healing
He pressed his hands on my eves work this way: 'Every man has some
and he prayed ..... and even be- measure of faith ..... it is my job to
forz he took them away I could see." release this faith and then God cures
These are not the w-rds of the blind them."
man of the G3sre's but Be-mudian Besides Victor Simon's mirncu-
txi-driv'r, Victor Simoo's descrip- lous cure, other Bermudian: (some
ion of the healing of his eyesight-a suffering internal disorders) were al-
nodern miracle. so completely healed--all in one
The Rev. Charles Fubler from momentous night. "Before long I
,'rizna, the sincere churchman res- hope to see people brought in on
,nsible for faith healing in Bermu- stretchers to be made well", said
6I's Church of God, summed up his Rev. Fabler.


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Overseas Students At Holborn College

Overseas students make up the bulk of those 6,ooo students now attend,
ing Holborn College of Law, Languages and Commerce.' By far Bri,
tain's most modern college and one offering a whole range cf useful,
practical courses (insurance, accounting, bankir g, languages, etc.,) its
buildings teem with part/time and fulltime students taking advantage
of courses that cost only abont C3o a year for full-time students. The
faculty of Holborn has been described as a centre where law students
from the Commonwealth could discuss legal problems together.
One flaw is the high cost of living in Britain coupled with the expense
of books and other necessities, a big problem, facing unaided overseas
student's. These are constantly cautioned to make proper arrangements
before coming to study in Britain.

SATURDAY, JUNE r, T964 ___ p___ ." A' T4ERALD

Social Development Depart- NJ
ment Short Story And Play
W writing Competition ou
Offers 35C
RESIDENTS in Dominica are invited to participate in an
a short story and play viriting competition.
The conditions are as follows:
I. Stories are expected to have a local background
and they should be wr::en in simple language
within the range of the riddle grades of the
Elementary School.
2. ThM length of the story should be between i 5 0
and 2,500 wods.
i. The play writing competition is distinct from that
of the Short Story, and contestants are reminded
that greater consideration will be given to Plays
with a truly local touch: Local speech, Lo,.al
humour and the Plot should portray a genuine
picture of grass-root life in Dominiea.
2. The performance of such a pLy should be about
30 minutes duration and not more than 45
3. The plays should preferably be one act plays.
4. All entries should be addressed to the Social
Development Officer, Social Development De,
apartment. Roseau nn' --

ienrot later than the 3 ist July, 1964.

AACP Commemorates U.S. Supreme Court Decision
New York, May 19 The National Association for the advancement of Col-
red People (NAACP) celebrated the tenth annive-sarv of the U.S. Supreme Court
hocl desegregated decision vith a twohcur nationwide telecast witnessed by some
0,000 persons.
The 400,oo0-member NAACP, oldest civil rights organization, hooes to raise one
llion dollars to be used in the NAACP's continuing fight against racial discrimination
i segregation. (USIS)

5. The decision of the Judges is final in this ,om,
6. All contributions submitted become the property
of the Social Development Department.
7. Prizes will be awarded in each section of the
competition as follows:
ist prize $15
2nd prize ;o
3rd prize 5
There will also be five consolation prizes of two
dollars ($2.00) each.
N.B.-There will be,6 prizes for the stories and 8
prizes for the plays.
June 6-13s


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the West Indies still closer in touch with each other and the whole world. New cables, V.H.F. links
and tropo-scatter networks will provide from twenty to thirty times more channels for inter-island
and international communications. International contacts will be immensely improved by rapid
connections via Montreal with the new world-spanning 80-channel Commonwealth Cable. This redt
new development is yet another demonstration of the company's faith in the WestIndies'
expanding economy.


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"I'.:.T ",; HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1964

Brentnol Blackman Priva
Cont. from page 3 The I
Pollard went on to say that he had written an editorial COUni
in 1957 in which he predicted that Nikita Khrushchev
would be the greatest man in the world. Russia, he told A b c
an audience of Christian trade unionists, will change the (WI$72,
morale and raise standards of workers all over the world. spent by
And he added that at present Russia has a higher standard in Britair
of morality than the United States. ing cou
"It is only Russia," he said, "that is preventing the to the
United States from making over and subjugating the world. 872c,000
Russia is the salvation of the world, and only she can give being sp
peace to the world." British G
The reason the Vatican is taking a new look at Rus, loans, in
sian communism, Mr. Pollard said, is that the secret of nical assi
Fatima which was to be revealed last year did come _
about, and the secret was handed to a priest who turned it
over to the Pope.
Pollard, believe it or not, declared that the secret bears
out the greatness and potentiality of Russia, but because it
might not be understood, the Pope has had to use tat and
discretion in releasing it to the world.
Obligation To Denounce
In the letter referred to above, Mr. Pollard plaintively
asks the following question: "If, as you admit; John does
indeed bless the (Christian) unions ...... how can you
as a Monsignor explain the hostility of the American
unions agamns, the (Christian) unions of Latin America,"
His own speech is a partial answer to this question.
After all, the American labour movement can hardly be
expected to wink at pro communist demagogery in Latin
America or anywhere else. This is not to say that the
policy of the American Labour movement with regard to
the Christian unions of Latin America is defensible 'in all

As I have frankly stated more. than once in this
column, the American labour, movement has mnde its share
of mistakes not only in Latin America but in other parts
of the world, Bu; its opposition to'Pollard's brarid of
quackery is anything but a mistake. Indeed the American
labour movement has an obligation to denounce this kind
of demagogic rhetoric in the strongest possible terms.
I might also suggest that the International Federatucn of Christian
Trade Unions is faced with identically the sam: responsibility. And the
sooner it faces up to this responsibility the better it wal be for the caus:-cf
legitimate trade unionism in Latin America and for the cause of labour
unity south of the border. The very least that th. Chrisdan Internatioual
can be expected to do at this s.age is to disassociate itself formally and offi-
cially from the incredibly weird views expressed by Mr. Pollard in his re--
cent speech in Belize.
After all, the Chiistian Internaticnal cannot expect to have it bot"-
ways. It cannot lay claim, on the one hand, to a status in the .y:-s of
the Church and then conveniently look the other way wh.n ooc of u s rm1-
verick spokesmen says, in effect, that co-mirnism is the wave of the future.

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Dominica T. U \
Seeks Revision
The Dominica Trade
Union has written. to the
Dominica Shipping Asso-
ciation seeking the revision of1
an agreement between the
DTU and the shipping
The Unior considers it
Countries, British private firms
are also known to be invest-
ing something like the same

necessary to enter i n t o a
separate agreement w it h
Geest Industries (W e s t
Indies) Limited, t h e corn
rany which shiFs bananas
from Dominica, as distinct
from the agreement relating
to general cargo. The letter
covers fifteen points to be
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Lightning Jets

<, ,*?* ,,6.' .. " i .' ." ,." " , ,. ,i'i RAF squadron "i tercep:o--' Framice h: thi n outh's
aerobatic show in Paris.-BIS

Princess Alexandra And Family

Princess Alexannra and Mr. Angus Ogilvy pictured with their sont, James Robert
Bruce, at their home. Thatched House Lodge, in Richmond Park. near London. This
first official photograph was taken by Cecil Beaton.-BIS

P.--GE T.:. ,


Aime CGesaire --
Play At Snlzburg
The famous Martiniqu.n poet-poli-
tician Aimi Cesaire, says our Euro-
pean correspondent, will have his
play "Henri Christphe" produced
at the renowned Salzburg festival
this summer.

Television In
In Time For Prince Philip
The sum of $510ro,00 has been
voted by the Legislature of Barba-
dos for broadcasting projects to in-
cludc the installation of television in
that island before the November
visit of H.M. the Queen's husband.
On the subject of political broad-
casts, it was stated in the House that
time would be allowed, provided it
was paid for. Only padres with
seats in the Legislature would be
able to take advantage of the service.

U.K. Representa-
tive On Caribbean

Speaking of Britain's plan for
the 'Nine' (Little Eight plus Br.
Virgin Islands) to the United Na-
tinn C.nmmitee nn eninoe l f nla| '
ialism, Mr. Cecil E. King, U.K.
representative pointed out. that al-
though Britain would welcome the
establishment of the Federation and
Independence, the nine islands pce-
sented peculiar problems because of
size, population and other factors.
West Indian Minister, he declar-
ed, had been invited up to the Uni-
ted Kingdom for talks on out-
standing problems. He expressed
the hope that these discussions
would lead to a new political unity
among the islands.

Grave Duty To
Says Monsignor Gachet
In a strong official statt.-
ment, Mgr. Charles Gaclet,
Bishop of Castries, wa. red
St. Lucians that voting was
something to be takdn serious-
ly. His Lordship pointed
out that abstention from the
polls could easily be sinful
since this could lead to an
unsuitable candidate winning
elections one who could
destroy public peace .rzd
disrespect the "rights of God
and the Church."
CAny rumours that t h e
Church was supporting a
political party the Bishop
dismissed as idle, but stressed
that the Church was all for
parties that fought the elec,
tions "in an honest, clean,
and charitable way."

A Plea From The Applications For
Reserve Liquor Licence
(Wt have been asked to peint the follow., To the Magistrate Dist. "E" & the

ing petition"':--
Kindly remind Government to
remember us. We are needing a
road to all the villages, from one
point to another, approximately
eight villages, viz:- Btaca, Cray-
fish River, Salabia,, St. Cie, Gullet
River, Mahaut River, Sinicou,
Maginie. All these villages are
in the Carib Reserve. (Signed):
J. Octave, A. Valmond D. Ben-
amin, Newieb Frencis, M. A. Ty-
The Services of
Certified and Registered
CGn Be Engaged At

Chiet ot 1- 'oce.
I, GHIORGE PERKINS now residing
at Goodwill Parish of St. George do
hereby give you notice that it is my
intention to apply at the Magistrate's
Couri to be held at RosCau on Thurs-
day, the ,nd day of July 1964, ensu,
ing for a retail LIQUOR LICENCE in
respect of my premises at 36, Hills-
borough St., Parish of St. George.
Dattd the 28th day of May, 1964.
Jue 6-20o.

Yugoslavians In
A Yugoslav Trade Mis-
sion v.'sied the island of
Grenada for talks last Mon,
day. The Grenada Govern,
ment declared that the talks
were highly satisfactory.


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June 6-27


India's New P. ME
Shastri, aged 59,
UnaninRously elected as
India's new Prime Minister
was Mr. Lal Bahadur Shas,
tri who now becomes the
political leader of India's 450
million people. The late
Mr. Nehru once said of
moderate Mr. Shastri: "Please
help me. You will have to
carry on my work."
Mr. Ayoub Khan, Presi-
dent of Pakistan, said that he
now hoped for new and
closer relations with India.
Mr. Shastri will soon -take
over officially from Mr. G.
Nandas who is temporarily
filling the vacuum created by
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Goodwill Over -

Now that the Goodwill series is
over, with praise still ringing
high for Dominica's performance in
the tourna ment, it is hoped that the
regular schedule of the unfinished
league cric.,et, especially in the first
division will be continued with a
good deal of enthusiasm. It is true
that the main incentive to many play-
ers is' recognition for and partici-
pation in the Goodwill tournament,
but club interest comes ,nto play very
strongly when the series is over.
Added to this is another key and in
fact most important playing the game
for the sole purpose of enjoying the
game. Fun in sport should be the
aim of most sportsmen.
There are several matches to be
played inDiv i amorg which will be
the return duel between Comberncrec
and Blackburn for the champion;ih;p
of Zcne "13". St. Mary's Academy
have trounced mostly all others in
Zne "A" to emerge v;inners of rhat
department, but there is still alct of
fight in Police whom S.M.A. are yet
to play. The winner of the Black-
burn vs Combermere match wil!
meet S.M.A. for the finals.
Meanwhile the two sec6id division
mi:Adtsschrdnled to have ta le Alace
oC Tiutsdaydid not come *-.ff,' but
:t all go. well, sports fans should
get some entertainment this week end
as Police are down to play S.M.A.
Snend Wisely
The miiust hive realized
good profits from the successfully
concluded 1964 Goodwill series,
and we trust that this money will be
spent wisely to further the interest of
sort in the island. Probably, first
consideration will be given to the
preparation of a new and "proper"
turf wicket. We all know the limi-
tations of the present one and there is
no need to rub it in further. But
what of football? basketball? Net-
ball and Athletics? The Sports
Assoc-ation must make concrete
plans to help establish these sports
firmly in our midst and to encourage
youngsters to take up sport.
After a complete estimate of
expenditure etc has been made and
the net profit realized, it would be a
worthy effort if the D.A.S.A. could
invite suggestions from the public or
Sprrting Clubs as regards the sport,
ing needs of the community, and
then work along the lines suggested,
ifacceptable, within the framework
of whatever money they may have
Rockets Humble
The return match between these
two 'teams was not as exciting or
entertaining as their first encounter,
when Rockets won 33 8 This
time the margin of victory was great-
er 46-25, and the standard of
play was generally lower. This may
be due in part to the break by the
cricket tournament, also the ground
was very wet and slippery and while
Rockets soon slowed down their
play, Invincibles tried to maintain
their normal speed to ball and hand.
It didn't work very well. Johnson
and Jules were as shrewed as ever

ILabour Meeting

ICKET (Cont.from p. i)
League Continues Mr. W. S. Stephen: felt
that not enough co-operatio;i
Iand Didier as usual excelled at was being given to his minis-
goal. She is quite a contrast to try (Social Services).
Dickson who is her only close rival Schools would continue to
among the shooters in the league, be built, he id, going to
Dickson is cool and neat and has a bult, he taid, going on t
sure aim, Didier is agile, methodical stress thai Goodwill did need
and finds the net with unerring ease, a school no matter what
especially ciose up. was said to the contrary.
Red Jets Impressive Win Mr. Stephens ilso pointed
On Wednesday Red Jets swamp, ou, his desire to have a
ed Humming 3irds by z5 goals to mobile library system for the
5, The game began very scrapilly, villages established.
and the first quarter whistle found ALIEN IDEAs
the score at 2 o in favour of Red
Jets. At half time it was a little After having made earlier
better 6 -- o, but the standard left caustic reference zo a "back
very much to be desired, and al- and neck" p e t i t i on
though goals were netted with better a U. S Citizen
regularity nearing the end the tore against a citizen
of play remained the same. Foe Red Chief Minister E.O. LeBlanc,
Jets Nisbitn scored 16 goals, while main speaker, had scme
V. Dickson netted 2. Camille loaded statements to make.
Simon 4 and Connie Hill, forced His government, he declared,
into service as a shoot in the absence would continue to do what
of Angela Royer, scored r. it thought fair in spte of
International Sport anybody's opposition .....
Test Series Begins Mt. LeBlanc, referring to
the Robinson incident, point"
The touring Australians are at ed out Government's "new
this moment enpag;d in the epic law" regarding Aliens and
struggle for the Ashes against host their rights. The latter he
country England. This is the 189th assured everyone, did not in,
test match between the two since the
fight for the ashes began way back clude speaking against either
in 1876-77, the Australians have the island or the Government.
..... .. ,- ,.- A ,, ..--Q- urreporterstates that the
whilee t is the reverse with Englau4 meeting was not without
64 wins 7, losses and 47 undecided customary innuendoes. The
Enganu won the toss and elected o- M r f or enes e
to bat. John Edrich injured hi C. M. or example expressed
hand at practice and bad to with, satisfaction at the present
draw from the test, so Titmus opened income tax regulations and
with new find Geoff Boycott. said the Labour Government
Heavy showers and bad light re- would not favour separate tax
stricted play to only the pre-lunch allowances for work
period-during which time England owances tor working wives;
mustered 53 for the loss of Titmus nor would they grant tax
wicket caught offHawke for 15, relief for certain persons who
On resumption the following day claimed to have adopted
Dexter soon went cut for 9 well t cnilrea, including a Carib.
ken by grout off H.wke. Boycott He quoted the law to suit
justified the faith the selectors placed
in him with a stolid 48 before he fell his purpose. It is under,
to fell to a superb catch at slip by stood that the C. M. also
Simpson off Coiling. declared that the Carib Chief'
Cowdrey 42 and Barrington 22 had gone to Martinique to
resisted well and later Parks hit out visit a Communis' organisa,
bravely, for 15 but all fell in ralat tion 1 VWe shall be interest,
ively quick succession of each other ed in Mar.iniquan reactions
and Australia were soon well on to this aspersion. SMA
top. Shdrp and Allen stemmed a to ths aspersion. SMA
complete collapse, but Allen after students will bc visiting the
making 21 gave Mckenzie his first "-Lrne gtoup soon.
wicket. At end of play the scor .
was 2r5 for 8,
Of the Austr.lian bcwler, Viev, WATCH FOR !
ers and Hawke three wickets apiece W
were the most dangerous, while
Corlicg rendered steady support.
Mckcnzi-e tended to be rather eratic
from most reports received. The
match continues at 6.30 a.m. local
rime today.

British Labour- l
Another Win
The British Labour Party won a
byelection at Faversham by a majo- t
rity of 5,000 votes; their majority at COMING SOON 1
the last general election was only z25o.


iPublic Relations
At the Instirete of Public
Relations Co'mmonwealth
Confercoce held in London
last week-end, Sir Roy
Welensky; mos: of whosc
other submissions were some-
what controversial, rcc-ived
warm support for his recem-
irendation that ni all-out
attempt to imp-ove Comrn
monwealth public relations
be put in hand befcre any
further deterioration wouldd set
'Mr. George Brown,
Deputy Labour Party Lead,
er, who had just re-urned
from attending Mr. Nehru's
cremation rites at Delhi, said
he was shocked by the
poverty he had seen in 'arts
of India, and urged members
to launch an all-cu: a.'tack
on world poverty.
Grenada Gets French Lecturer
During a visit from tbe French
Consul-General for the Eastern
Caribbean, an arrangement was
made whereby Grenada will hive-
the educational services o' a Frznch

St. Joseph

Ability And Experience more
Essential than Qualifications.
Salary Commensurate w i t h
Ability And Experience.
May 6, 23, 3o. June 6
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The following examinations are scheduled for June-
July 1964:
3rd-4th June -- Society of Commercial Accounts
(Intermediate Division)
3rd June, 4th June-Institute of BookKeepers
8th June-3rd July-General Certificate of Education-
Advanced Level (Lond-in)
i2th June--2nd July--General Certificate of Education-
Ordinary Level (London)
U7th June-7th July-General Certificate of Education
Cambridge Advanced Level
24th June-r4th July-General Certificate of Education
Cambridge Ordinary Level
PrimLry School Leaving Certificate Friday 26th June.
June 6 Education Officer
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 30th day of May, 1964
Nature of request whether
Date of Request Person Presenting for Certifica'e or Title or
Notings thereon or Caveat
Request for the issue of a New
Request dated Emma Harris Certificate of Title with plan
attached in respect of a por-
21st May, 1964 tion of land in the town of
by his Solicitor Roseau in the Colony of
Presented Dominica containing 2084
26th May, 1964 C. C. Beausoleil square feet and bounded as
at 3 30 p m. follows:- North-Easterly by
Old Street, North Wetterly
by Bow Lane, South-Easterly by land of Mathieu Bozor, formerly lot
No. 95, South-Weste ly by land of Theodore Algernon Boyd, formerly
and of A. R. C. Lockhart.
Registrar's Office (Sgd.) J. V. J'AN PIERRE,
Roseau, Registrar of Titles.
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Cer-
ificate ofTitle on the above application may enter a Caveat in 'he above
office within six weeks from the date of the first appearance of the above
Schedule in the Oficial Gazette and in the DoMINICA HERALD newspaper
)ubli.hed in this Island.
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