Dominica herald

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Dominica herald
Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
Allfrey, P. Shand ( Phyllis Shand )
Place of Publication:
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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1. ". The Piuf Souu
(For the General Welfare o Ithe People of Domiinim. the further cdrancement of the West ndies and the Caribbean Area as a whole)


Commander British Forces Caribbean Visits Regional Plans VICTORY

ONE of the most powerful destroyers in the Royal Navy, For Federation Anti-Liberals Smashed
14 M CS T)/~PrIV 8I.-R r W d-in l- 'In^

% xFt.,._. jLf ,ec ,oy J ao 0lns ,ti spacementl, 3yo li. long
and heavily armed with tozpedoes, six guns, anti-submarine
mortars and shortrarnge weapon;) arrived in Dominica on
Thursday Noiember 5 with the ist Battalion, the Worces,
tershire Regiment (commanded by Colonel T. J. Pine,
Coffin) aboard.
H.M.S. Decoy (Comman, Freedom Of The
dCr J. K. Stevens) with
Commodore E.B. Asimore Press

D.S.C., Commander Br;tisht
Forces Caribbean Area
aboard landed 240 men at
Wocdford Hill Bay, near
their base at Governor Estate,
early in the morning, anchor -
ing off Roseau at 10 a.m. to
disembark 6o more men
with full equipment comprise,
ing army 'supplies, personal
baggage and Landrovers.
T Tnifnri.ed D pi.nica
Grammart ol: Caders
under Ag. O0 2rd Lieut.
.Arthur James were on the
pier at 6 a.m. to meet the
Battalion, but due to break,
down of communications the
Decoy went first to Woodford
Hill. The Cadets were pre-
sent on the pier again at Xo
a.m. and assisted in keeping
landing operations clear and
orderly. Afterwards 14
D.G.S. Cadets accompanied
the remaining Worcestershire
men by trucks tc the North.
-A Police guard of honour of
2z led by Dep. Chief Symes
received Commodore Ash-
more when he called at Gov,
ernment House after being
met on the jetty by Chief of
Police Mulligan. H.H. Col.
Lovelace received a iS-gun
salute after his Decoy viist.
.Contingents from H.M.S.
Decoy and the Worcester,
shires are expected to take
part ia the Remembrance
Day ceremonial at the Ceno-
-taph tomorrow at 8.30 a. m.
There are also some Trini,
dad GCustguarls in training
aboard the Decoy.
Holiday For Prince
Dominicans will enjoy a
bank holiday on November
sixteenth in honour of the
visit of H.R.H. the Duke of

Communications received
from the Director of Inter
American Press Association
which met recently in Mexico
and considered submissions
from various regions regard-
ing freedom or restraint of
the Press state that in Barba,
dos, the Windwards and
Leewards, there is freedom of
the press. B t rlnr from
the Britis .aian of L'omin,
ica of political pressure being
brought u p o n individual
journalists and the radio sta,
tion, discontinuation of press
conferences by the Chief
Minister, and the require,
ment that noncitizens who
wish to purchase property in
the island must undertake
not to write anything critical
of the government indicate
trends w h i c h neccessitate
inquires by the Executive
Committee I. A. P. A. of
the appropriate government
authorities. (Text in full next

ST. KITTS' C. M. Paul
Southwell arrived Sunday to
visit his native Dominica and
left Wednesday* J. B.
CHARLES returned this
week from Tokyo Olympic
Games BARNET Defoe,
Diocesan President Y.C.W.,
retuned last week f r o m
YCW tour including Puerto
Rico, Paris & Rome *
Siddiqui and Beaule left for
Jamaica M"aday; they were
entertained in the North by
ex-legislator Mrs. E L M A
Lawrence gained his Diplo,
Sma in Public Administration
after year's course at UWI *

No Local Release THE American Presidential. Election which took place
on Dominica's Discovery Day resulted in the most
No information as to what overwhelmingg victory in American Presidential Eiection
transpire' at the Regional history for incumbent President Lyndon Baines Johnson.
Council of Ministers -loat The 56-year-old Democrat) }. l-
week has yet reached us from gained about 62% of theJ f nhermer 's Bill
the Dominica Informatio- popular vote and over 44 of Gompietely
Service. However, our Bar- the 5o states by electoral col,
bados correspondent states lege votes, showing that the Revised
that there will be a further American people decisively Loblack's Motions
meeting on December 7 when reject the right-wing policies Brushed-off
talks will be resumed. In of Senator Bairy Goldwater
the meanwhile it has been in such a way that it will The Legislative Council
decided that the seven -units cause a complete reappraisal meeting on Wednesday con,
Should achieve full internal of policy of the Republican sisted largely of reports, Vile
self-government b e f or e Party. In addition t h e lage Council estimates and
federatingg and that federal ion Democrats have strengthened byelaws and Supplementary
could come next year. No their control of the House nf Appropriations. Most inte-
member would be able to Representatives, whilst hold/ resting legislation was the
SecedeWlithon,' a JS Wr- i V,__. -.-.-Ay x-ilXIeu .
ot all the others. A confe- in the Senate. A number tion of Fishermen Ordinance
rence in Loudon for the for, of States Gevernorships also which takes the place of the
mation of the federation to be were captured fr o m the vague and unsatisfactory Bill
known as THE WEST Republicans. passed in 1963 for the esia,
INDIES may be held, in As the result of the 23rd,, blishment of Fisherment's
London:in the spring. amendment to the U. S. foreshore landing rig h t s.
Each unit have one Cionstitution, the residents of The new bill, instead of
basic representative in the the District of Columbia leaving all decisions to the
House plus one for each voted federally for the first Administraror in Council,
o0,000 of population, and time since i802. As resi, is explicit about the rights
each unit would have two dents of the site ofthe capital, of landowners, the fishermen
seats in the Senate except Washington, they had hither, themselves, compensation and
Montserrat (o n e). T h e to been denied a vote and, the size (maximum one acre)
Federal Government would even now, local government of the 1 a n d i n g ground.
control Customs and Excise, is by commissioners appoiuts There were some minor
Income Tax, The Police eed by Congress. amendments, but the Opposi,
Training School and Te!e, tion agreed to the bill in
communications (ex c e pt principle.
Broadcasting, Television and Local News In Brief An interesting resolution by
Telephone!) Hon. E. C. Loblack "fell to
After the establishment of (Fuller accounts next week) the ground" for lack of a
Customs Union The West BLACKBURN'S Dis, seconder. This referred to
Indies would be internally a covely Day dance at the old squatting on Crown lands
free trade area and the Import DGS was broken up by a and the protection given to
Revenues amo u n ting to a- brawl at 1.45 a.m. in which squatters (by the Real Pro,
bout $20,ooo,ooo over a five, Coney Islanders fought with perty Limitation Ordinance)
year period should be sudi, "natives". One participant on private lands and urged
cient to finance the Federal had his ear cut off and several Government to regularise the
Government. of the 600 dancers received situation. M r. Loblack's
St Lucia's Minister of head injuries F I R S T other resolution, calling for
Communications, Works C L A S C trade union legislation to cause land,
& Labour, Hon. J. M. D. seminar to be held in Dom, owners to set aside pasturage
Bousquet, is quoted as saying inica has been taking place for livestock, was seconded
"The agreed Federation is this week, opened by Exec. by Mr. Earl Leslie but was
not strong enough at the cen, Sec. Mr. Nicholas Pollard at defeated after the The Minis,
tre, but I believe it will get the Catholic Social Centre ter for Trade and Production
stronger. It was a matter of ROSALINDE FULLER, had spoken on the Govern,
compromise and I do not famed actress gave sensation, ment's livestock development
believe all the Ministers got ally successful one-woman scheme financed by OXFAM.
what they wanted." (Cont. o p'ge 8) Leslie did not vote.


Office of the Roseau Town Council, If there is need to have a
Roseau, memorial here to honour the!
24th October, 1964. :' reat President why not
S.' name "Federatoni Drive"
Bulletin No. 2 after him now that in truth
ar-ket For .oseau and in fact that there is no
longer a Federation and the
, Amicus Socrates, Sed Magis Park alongside it as "Ken-
Amica Veritas" nedy Park" : This I believe
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would oett-r approach me
In this issue of our series ot factual reports to the public minimal require nts for
on the relationship of the Central Governrent and the which the word stands. And
Roseau Town Council I bring you the history and upto, at least we would not have
theminute position of the above subject. to buy our heads.
The need for a new market for Roseau has been an Woe! to the legislator
obvious one for some time. But in 1959 a request from who disregard the people's
the Council for this fixture was entertained by the then wishes and A'ho is so engross,
Doriifiica United People's Party Government and on the ed with his own over-import,
8th December of thesaid year, formal approval of a new ance as to be oblivious to
market-for Roseau was given by the their rumblings and mur,
On the'9th June 1960 the then acting Minister for murings. We shall not
Labour'ind Social Services, Mr. L. O. Green wrote to the easily forget those responsible
Chairman Roseau Town Council as follows: for this misdeed.;
%I'have the honour to inform you that on the 8th Faithfully yours,
December, 1959, the Governor/in-Council allocated to the DISGSTED
Roseau Town Council from loan funds the sum of three Roseau.
hundred thousand dollars ($300,000), for the. purpose of
erecting a new market. ( Cnt. onpago 4)
I enclose for early consideration of the Roeeau Town
Council, if possible at a special meeting, a copy of the plan
of the proposed new market as well as a statement of esti ALL SOULS AND
mated costs and should be grateful to be informed of the
Council's views oni them". .LL. SAINTS
The tentative estimated cost of said project which' was
appended tothe aboveletter was detailed as follows:- de the Ded, i
r 00 o *i;T die 6in i e iord Hunireds
Market.Building zoo x 6o $ ,00 .." u "
Suptr Building 1 :~0oo. of pious Dominicans beauty
pt. Bildg field with flowers the graves
T -----' Floor. __ ..., - ,--, .-a,- ave an--
W. C. 20 X o30 1. -.aV an&-
S10 (Fish and Meat)friends on All Souls day,
Cold Storage 50' x io' (Fish and Meat) 01,oo0 69p a in o .
Cold Sorage ^ S,'o00 and a [Laze of golden candle-
Surfacing Yard 28,840 sq. yds. at $1.oo .L2f8,8o .... R
Buying Land 16,ooo on ithe Roman
-Cathmoc cemetery or--
Demolition of Existing Buildngs I2,ooo
Bu. ldingsNovember I to commemorate
Fish Market r3,5co sq. ft at $1.oo 135,0 All r Saints.
Contg. 25 4 Iri the Anglican Church
Estimated tentative total cost -- 277,794 last Sunday, before Arch,
(Cont. on page 5) deaccn La ne paid an
ecumenical visit to Potters,
People's P St ville R. C. Church to ad,
Correspondnts are asked to submit theirfill names and addresses as dress interested parishioners
a grante ofgoodh. but no necssalyor icatn Letters should there, hepreached a sermon
be as shot as possible Controversial political Ibters will 'not be pub.there, he preached a sermon
Hshed anonymouslv. Viewsexpressed in People's Post do not necessarily on th e example of the
reflect the policy of the Ed;tor or the Praprietor.M Martyrs St. Simon and St.
this defamation but all to no Jude, reminding his listeners
NOT Kennedy purpose. Because the city that St. Simon the Zealot (a
fathers in their gross obstinacy confirmed nationalist) be,
Avenue and obsequiousness refuse came converted to ehe broad,
The Editor to be swayed on the side of er and greater Christian out,
DOMINICA HERALD reason. look. T h e Archdeacon
Rosea. Is this really meant, as an condemned 'the evils of race-
RDeau insult to the citizens In nationalism and referred to
Dear Madam Editor, several of the islands those governments which resented
Significantly who know the, place laugh criticism by "foreigners and
the pages of history bears at us for this anachronism outsiders''. Speaking of the
witness to the follies and and for this deed of shame tortures endured by the Saints
wisdom of the ages. Each against which we h a v e long ago, the Archdeacon
age has its wise men as well severally in the press disclaim, reminded the congregation
as its fools and blunderers. ed. that in modern times dread,
So it is nothing strange if Dear Editor, is it yet too ful sufferings had been inflict,
the Roseau Town Council late for sane judgements and ed upon people who stood
blundered in their own age in wiser counsel to .prevail up for their faith and piinci,
naming a sordid and un, And save us in the. presence ples.

inviung street like New Street
with the no less illustrious
name of Kennedy Avenue.
Time and again the press
and many a right minded
citizen have protested about

oi strangers trom burying our .
heads in the sand" -
Really what impression YYo.can now get your
will the U. S. have formed HERALD at J. G. Royer's
of us when they come to Supermarket in K ing
know "Kinnedy Avenue." George V Street!

"Almicus Plato






Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings
hereon and Caveats for the week ending the 24th day of Oct., 1964
Nature of request whether
Dat. of Request Person Presenting for Certificate of Title or
Notings thereon of Caveat
------ -- -- -
Request for the issue of a First
Request dated Picard Germain Certificate of Title (with plan
attached) in respect of a por-
21st Oct., 1964 tion of land known as a part
by his Solicitor of Cully ur Soucie, s-tuate in
Presented the Parish of St Patrick in
21st Oct., 1964 Cilma A.M.Dupigny the Colony of Dominica.
at 3 45 p.m. containing 1 686 acres, and
bounded as follows:- On the
North by land of Mac William Charles; On the East by land or Steven-
son Commodore ai.d Knoll Alexa der; On the Sonth by land of Knoll
Alexander; and On the West by land of Chipy Benoit and Knoil
Registrar's Office (Sgd.) JosEPi V. J AN PIERRE,
Roseau, Dominica, 1964 Registrar of Titles
NOTE:-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certi-
ficate of rijie on the above application may enter a Caveat in the above
office within six weeks from the da O of the first Appearance of the
above Schedule in the DOMINICA HER^LL. newspaperpublished 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.
Oct. 24, Nov. 7


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Integrated Health they would report to the Committee.
Mr. Allen has been advising also
Plan the Prison authorities on refuse dispo;
sal 'and investigating the sanitation
Visit Of Mr. James Allen facilities of the Long House Banana
Visit Of Mr. James Allen Shed, Portsmouth.
Mr. ames Allea, World Health This has been Mr. Allen's fifib
OrgSaizatioSatation Consultant, visit to the island in connection with
arrived in the territory c;i Mnday the Integrated Health Plan and his
arrived in the territory on .M.n.y third forgthe year. He expects to
19th October on a week's visit in tbid for th er He exets to
connection with the Environm.ental pay about three o r e visits to
Sanitation Programme of the Gov- Dominica before the end of the year.
ernment Integrated Health Plan and ---
other matters. IaitfeI Nations
About tbe Environmental Sanita, United Nations
tion Programme, Mr. Alen informed Week
the Government Informiton Service
'that now the Secretary of State had
approved the required Dominica con- Financial Difficulties Unsolved
tribution of Colonial Development
and Welfare funds for the programme On Monday after the U.S.S.R.
the first planned step would be the had several times interrupted the de'
construction a nd equipping of a bate on the General Assembly reso-
work-shed at the Public Works lution to admit the new stwae of
Department compound at Goodwill Malawi to say that they would not
for casting and other purposes. This pay onekopek or one cent" to
should be ready by the Middle of mark th "illegal" peace-keeping
November by which time casting for o,xrations in the Congo and Middle
the latrines should start. By January East, Sec-Gen. U Thant stated that
1965, Mr. Allen thought the project failure to solve the United Nations'
should be ready to supply concrete financial difficulties could return
structures to various points ",here la- manki,.d to the same type of situation
trines are to be built beginning with that permitted two world warF. (CP)
Roseau. Mr. George Royer, Public Ending Of Colonialism
Health Inspector,will supervise the Last week Submmitt
Last week Subcommittee III of
proijct under the direction of Dr.
Dorian Shillingford, Medical Offi the special Commitee of 24 on the
cer of Health.ending of colonialism at a brief
asked further wheer there were meeting. ,. approved the report on
ked further wbed. er there were i d do
any other reasons for this visit, Mr. a group of British admnisered tern
tories in the eastern Caribbean. .
Allen said that one important reason whichincluded Barbados and the
asa request made to him by Leeward and Windward Islands
D. P. Boyd, W. H.. Pubic The Special Committee on the
Health Administrator for the East- o Spcecl,-.
dbheana to Policies ofAparrheid ofthe G
can Town il (as suggested b en o public of South
eau Town i as suggested by Afica . urgency demanded that
His Worshi. :Mayor) in making South Africa refrain from eecutng
a studyofrefse disposal in and ar- three leaders of the African Natio al
ound.Roseau. A Committee is tohCongrese s who had beeAfn seen al
be appointed for this purpose and tongrs who had been sentend
Mr. Allen stated that he would be to death in March 1964.
assisted in this study by Mr. Thomas Technical ASsistance
C. Baptiste R.T.C. Ag. Chief San- Subject to General Assembly
itary Inspector, at the end of which approval Technical Aseistance for

7 styles, made with "Lycra" spanacx, with back panel.

1965-6 to the following amounts
have been approved (among others)
for Barbados (USS 19,8z5), British
Guiana (US$330,650), Jamaica
(US$378,284) and Trinidad &
Tobago (US$4'3,350). (UNIC, TI
Port-OfSpain). at the C
UNESCO E. For Caribbean day iztl
Paris, October 21 The Unit, and Re'
ed Nations Educational, Scientific
and Cultural Organization J D
(UNESCO), meeting here, unani- P A C
mously voted to admit to associate 6933,/2
membership the British Eastern A A B
Caribbean group the islands of
Barbados, Antigua. Dominica,
Montserrat, St. Kitts, St. Vincent P A C
and St. Lucia (USIS)

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he following goods will be sold by public auction
Queen's Warehouse, Roseau at 2.30 p.m. on Thurs,
h. November 1964 under section 27(4) of the Trade
venue Consolidation Ordinance 1949.

I Ctn.
I Ctn.

areo & Co. .T Ctns.


Joseph Julien I
Joseph Julien & Co.
JJ 9
H H V Whitchurch
F A B 4557

I ,4

:8 Ctns.
3 cases

io Ctns.
9 Ctns.
i Ctn.

o0 (loose)
i Case
3 Ctos.
i Case

Mount Gay Rum
Cutex Display Stand

B.W.I. Gin
B.W.I. Vodka
Insect Killer
Famel Syrup
Famel Syrup
Motor Car Parts
Brake Fluid
Ceil Thinner

Canned Goods
Moment Starch

Jeep Tyres
Aerosol Spray
Cataboy Paste
Nylon Goods

O D B Ns. 4 I Case Advertising Material
J J Co. i Case Motor Vehicle Parts
Jacob 5 Cases Eyseen Cheese
C C 14 Ctns. Heineken Beer ,
E N 15 Cases Mirrors
NASSIEF 5 Tins Wall Paint
c"ron3 e. .~xcise department,
27th. October, 1964.
GO. i27 Nov. 7
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I Father Pierre's

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are a balanced blend of natural
Herbs, Seeds and Flowers, Which

speedily and effectively relieve con-
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in the treatment of rheumatism. No
brewing required 'Monastery
Herbs' are simply sprinkled on food.
Available in Large and Small size
packets at 35 & 7


S Subscribers are kindly requested to report before
12 noon on Saturday if their papers have not been
S delivered. We may be sold out by that time.



accounts outstand-
ing to the firm of
Ayoub Dib are no-
tified that George
Karam has Power of
Attorney for Marie
Dib. Creditors are
requested to settle
f. h I .1 -.k
(Sgd) George Karam
Attorney for
Marie Dib,
Oct. 17-Nov. 7








trol and political maturity.
But have we not failed miserably in
all these characters and allowed our

"party politics" to divide us, forget-
31 Kennedy Avenue, Roseau. Tel. 307 ting the maxim set forth by the
Published by J. MtaGARTSON CHARLES, Proprietor Saviour, that -'a house divided against
Editor MRS. PHYLLIS SHAND ALLFREY itself cannot stand", it must fall.
-k ,.blid _y ,, ,O C S ,Must we stand idly by, and allow
U.K. & European Representative Colin Turner (London) Ltd. politicall ineiency" to drown this
122, Shaftesburv Ave L ,,fn W. 1. i t d this
122, Sh~aftesbury Ave, L rJn W. o. Le: the men whose love is
Annual Subsncrptions: Town $5.00 Country $6.00 country.
Overseas (a race Mail) $7.50 only for the dollar stand back, and
SATU Y ..-.- ,-------- Nallows the men whose love is for the
S SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1964 country" and its welfare come forward
to help save this country. Dominica
W ORLD ELECTI N W N is belongingtoallofus, and not to
W ORLD E ELECTION W ON any particular Politician or Legislator,
When it comes to th: welfare of the
O U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELEC, and our expectation that the American country and its people we must push
S TION has ever been won by such a people would no- go beserk and let a aside personal ill-feelings and party
monumental vote, nor has any American triggerhappy or prejudiced person take grievance and unitetogether for the
election been preceded by so much world over the high command was justified. Ah! my countrymen do not forget
tension, hope and anxiety as the 1964 As the positive, astounding returns came some of you are preachers ofthe Gos-
U.S. election of President Lyndon B. in, one could see the look of happy relief pel. Remember the words of the
Johnson to the White House for a further on the faces of Dominican citizens. Saviour recorded in Math.26:52.
four-year term. 'Johnson was in, well and powerfully in, b All whe the sword shall perish
and while we congratulate him and his The struggle between the Central
Even in this little island, we felt a% if supporters, we thank all those countless Government and the Roseau Town
our hands were eagerly stretched out unknown Americans who went to the Council must stop. We cannot
alongside millions of others to put crosses polls on our behalf and voted with due bullyhistory. And s is
on the election papers, although we had respect for the past of Kennedy and Roose, nly a few weeks off, let us l' eaein
ded of the Angel's song. "Peace on
legally nothing to do with the case. To -velt and with due attention to the future earth to men of goodwill". Let's
us also, it was a matter of life or death; of humanity. (For U.S. Election details, unite together, and mke Dominica a
it was a world election for a world leader, see front page.) better place for our generations yet

ADVISE --- THEN CONSENT D hans a miiRRoseau.

W E have been saying over and over (which is how they are described abroad). Need For An Additional
again that it is wrong for a Govern/ Let us not approach a new brave Labour a a ver
-ent to keep secrets from the people. Government of Britain with a lot of non-, anaila Overseas
There is something derisory in such beba:- sense-a6outnemi-a oosu i, ufiT~qfo iisui", aP t,,
viour: it is as if the electorate is considered when we know darned well that Britain has Madam,
of no account or of inferior mentality been hastenitig to loosen her last Colonial Bananas have been the main
until the time arrives for "useful revela- ties and that the Lesser Antilles have often industry in Dominica. Recently there
tions", usually of a votecatching nature. been described as 'keeping the Colonial has b.en a rapid increase in stems.
Now m nre than ever is it important for Office open while they argue over unity. he ncreag number isso
each Government of the Easterri West We can tell the argumentative fellows that great, wheranrket our Government
seek another market: This certainly
Indies territories to advise the public about they will be properly aided this time, and would prove a very tiresome journey
what has been going on behind the scenes that an insulting or hectoring approach to and more so, an arduous burden.
in these two and a half years of protracted the source of aid is as stupid as the old But success is the usual concomitan:
Little Eiht then Little Seven negotiations. cap-in-hand. of perseverance.
Domninica is incontrovertibly the
After many interim mouths of expend The feasibility of using a proportion of poorest of the Windward Islands.
sive insularity, how do the selfsame leaders some $20 million of West Indian import Referring to development we appear
who promoted sectional interests intend duties to buoy up the overall costs of a mere pedestrians by comparison; and
to prepare the people for a proposed new new Federation has been broadcast. But it's obvious that we Dominicans
small federation? The editor of this news- we have heard nothing about freedom of would like to compete in development
as much as our neg.iabouring islands.
paper is a confirmed and dedicated federal/ movement and many other points which But to be ableto offer any form
list, who sees no hope for national exis, caused contention in the imme-iate past. of competition we need something
tence save in integration of the sea-bounded "Decision" have been made over the which we are lacking MONEY.
isles of the Caribbean. But the people heads of the common man and woman. Yet with the installation of another
must be told, the people must be prepare, So to those who have been haunting market, theinland revenue would
ed, and they must be told everything, and the Little-Something conferences or bgg e deel ent din to
prepared for everything, Every village months at some expense to taxpayers we It was recently announced that
council, every Church society, every co' say: Come clean. Tell us all. YOU only bananas ranging from 2of0 uo,
operative organisation and debating club ADVISE. W HEN WE ARE wards would be considered fit for
should be given the facts with which to FULLY ADVISED, WE SHALL shipment. If so, what would become
make known their attitudes to the federal CONSENT. oour 18 and 9lo fruit which
principle.could mean a lot to the revenue? It
principle. logically shows that Geest Industries
It is for the people to agree (through In a recent Government release it was have no more accommodation or that
their representatives) to the firm and well, stated that the Regional Council "has no the increasing amount has proved
based form of government for which most constitutional functions". We accept unmanageable. Again, with the in-
of us are waiting. Let us curb imme that declaration. Give us the facts, gen, production of another overseas mark,
diately a longterm slip-back to narrow tlemen, or you will be considered un, tbanas would bec mpetioan Dom
parochialism and talk of the Eastern worthy of constitutional powers or perhaps inica. Already, Bananas are our
Caribbean islanders as of West Indians of any powers at all. only hope. Should my ideas be
opl P would allow me space for the I say "No". It is a form of charac considered and confirmed, and with
PS P population of this shwrt article enti, ter. It follows upon the long disci, boh parties opera-ing simultaneous,
S d "Political Immatury in line, which gives a people selfpos ly, Dominica would be financially
S Dominica". session, selfmastery, a habit of order bettered, that it could undergo a
Polltical Im maturity and peace and common counsel, and "developing rampage".
Poli al Immatur Now first of all, may I ask what is a reverence for lw which will no It's evident that a contract of 6 yrs
Madam, Self Government Is it a mere form fail when they themselves become the lies between Dominica and Geest
I'd be auch obliged to you, of institution to be had when desiredl law-makers; the steadiness of selfcon' Industries and breaking it would





Prove detrimental to all the Wind-
ward Islands. But there is a solu-
tion to solve the roughest problems.
Having no money to break the con-
tract we Dominicans could urge
Geest Industries io trade with other
countries to obtain larger circu-
lation or clients. Asa matte of fact
Geest Industries authorities could
seek such a market. In this aspect of
achievement, it would be illegal for
Dominica only to have a say. The
relevant persons of all the Windward
Islands could meet to make a con'
Momentarily, there is a small
supply of banana boats resulting in
numerous stems undergoing disin-
tegration at the Reception Stations.
Ofen trucks are lefi unloaded -
due to late arrival -- all this money
has gone to the winds.
Above all, all the long hours of
labour exerted by these people met
with no satisfaction. To those con,
corned I say Get up! Wake up!

New Administrator

Her Majesty the Queen
has been pleased to approve
the appointment of Mr.
G.C. Guy, C. M. G.,
0. B. E., Administrator
Turks and Caicos Islands,
to be A dministtator, Dom;n
ica, in succession to Lieute-
nant Colonel Alec Lovelace,

who as alreaAy at. aced,
is leaving Dominica on De-
cember 2nd, 1964, on his
retirement from the Service.
Mr. Guy was born in
I92T and educated at Chat,
ham House School and
Brasenose College, Oxford;
he served in the Second
World War; his military ser-
vice covering the period 1941
-1946; he rose to the rank.
ofa Flight Lieutenant of the
Royal Air Force; he was
appoi n t e d administrative
Officer, Sierra Leone in 1951i
and Administrator, Tuiks
and Caicos Islands in 1958.

Channelling Of
(A Government Release)
It cannot too often be
repeated that students from
Dominica who are desirous
of seeking admission to in,
stitutions of learning in thji
United Kingdom must
channel their appliftions
through the Eastern Carib-
bean Governments Commis-
sion in the United Kingdom
if they wish to avoid the de,
lay and inconver.ience con,
sequent upon their failure to
do so. This applies also to
residents who wish to be
(Cont. on page 8)


New Market For Roseau
Cont. from page 2
The above letter was acknowledged by my letter dated
17th June which also conveyed the Ccuncil's acceptance
and thanks to Government; but because ofthe necessity to
study the Sanita y lay out more closely, a further letter was
despatched to th, Ministry on the 28th July 196o setting
out the Council's suggestions for the improvement of the
Sanitary lay out in the proposed plans.
On the 24th October, 196o, the then Minister for
Labour and Social Services, Mr. E. B. Henry replied as
Market For Roseau
"I have for acknowledgement your letter Ref. No.
I77/I5 dated 28th July, T960 and have t3 inform you that
all the measures recommended by the Roseau Town Ccun,
cil are considered necessary and will be incorporated in the
final plans and estimated costs, copies of which will be
forwarded to you as soon as they are completed."
In the meantime, the Council's plans for the utiliza,
tion of the present market place were formulated and it was
agreed that in view of the ever increasing volume of vehi'
cles, the spot would be used as a Parking Bay.
General Elections took place in January 1961 and the
earliest information we got on the market was thaa the
amount allocated for it was re allocated-for a Health clinic.
The Council's hopes for a market for Roseau having
been thus frustrated we considered the matter closed.
During late March 196: at a public meeting held at
the Dawbiney Market, the present Minister for Labour and
Social Services announced his "declaration of war" against
the Roseau Town Council. Among the reasons given to
justify such action by his government was that the Town
Cou tcil was doing nothing about providingg anew mn'lw-
-fobr RosFiu. \
On the h March 1962 I wrote to the said Minister:
as follows:-
"I am to refer to your Ministry's communications Ref
No. F5,9 dated 9th June 1960, and ref. No. F5,9 dated
24th October, 1960 oa the question of an allocation by
Government of the amount of three hundred thousand
dollars ($300,oo00oo) for the acquisition of the necessary
lands and the erection of a market in Roseau, and to re-
quest cf you the up to the minute situation with govern,
ment wih regard to mis most urgent project."
The Minister's reply dated the 17th April 1962 is
quoted an extenso:-
"I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of
your letter of 30th March, referring to ,previous correspon/
dence on the subject of a market in Roseau, and to say that
at the moment of writing, further progress on the matter had
not been possible because of the fact that final plans for this
project have as yet not been received from the Executive
Architect's office.
z. I am advised that a special request has again been
made for the early submission by him of the necessary

material, and [ hope to be able scon to address you further
on this matter."
To this day not only there has been no further eorres,
pondence from the Ministry on the subject, but their open
criticism of the Council on the same, has been subdued.
Banana Shipment of 28th October, 1964:
Roseau 44,585 564
Portsmouth 11,42o 145
Coast 5,485 73
61,490 782
Exports to 23rd October, 1964 2,665,589 32,025
Exports to 28th October, 1964 2,727,079 32,807
Exports to 28th October, 1963 2,295,347 29,001
Increase 1964 compared with 1963 431,732 3,806

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The Question Of Unemployment economy is to develop fully your
In Dominica natural resources and potentials,
before we begtn to lament over
This question has always been what we haven't got.
knocking at the door for discussion, I
and has now found place in my this
week's edition on the issue. We House Of
know for certain that the economic
accent of this country is on agricul,- COmmol S
ture, and that if there are any mineral
resources they are not yet explored, Cpening Day Uproar
perhaps with the exception of pumice.
We should exercise a degree of care Never has there been such a
and attention in our manner of heated debate on the speech from
thought, and should not allow our- the Throne as that which followed
selves to be led away by unbalanced, Her Majesty's address on the open,
frivolous and irresponsible ideologies. ing day of Parliament.
Our country as it now stands en- The row was caused by the
joys a liberty that very few or perhaps Prime Minister's description of
no other country in the Eastern Cari- Mr. Peter Griffiths (M.P. for
bean enjoys and that is, it's fruitful- S me t h w ic h) who ousted The
ness as a result of the quality of it's Foreign Secretary, Mr. Patrick
soil. We should be by now aware Gordon Walker, from a seat in the
of the fact that science and technolo- House by using smear tactics against
gy are two main assets to modern coloured migrants in the Birming,
civilisation. It is good to know that ham area. Mr. Harold Wilson
Dominica has the larg-st peasantry in described Gtiffiths as a "parliamen-
the whole of the Eastern Caribbean tary leper" who made capital out of
or perhaps the most independent peo- the colour problem. During the
pie in these parts. The policy of its angry exchanges which took place,
Government provides for the sale of Thirty Conservative M.P's. walked
cocoa lands an evidence of it's rising out. The British P.M. had asked
economy is proved in it's production the Leader of the Opposition (sir
and there is a general improvement in Alec Douglas Home) to bar the
the overall living standard. M.P. for Smethwich from the
The question of unemployment House. Furious Opposition cries of
comes under another head. The "withdraw" rang through the
duty. of any Government as far as the Chamber.
question is concerned is not for it to 'According to Parliamentary com-
be itself engaged In such an enterprise, mentators, the new Labour Govern-
but to create incentives to encourage ment has not watered down any of
f- l. nvyestmo.lts. Aud ,r iei.l l.nmn because of i
as far as we know th-s Government small m.joriiy, and a fresh budget
is taking careof this situation. The is being prepared immediately.
process of any enterprise im this terri-
tory over its achievements directly or ---o0---
indirectly to some form of agricultur-
al undertaking. Wilson's Govern-
Millions of people are born
through the world annually and meat -- Clear
even the great nations of the world lic
like the United States of America, Policies
Russia, Britain, France and China
cannot solve this accuse unemploy- Britain's new Labour Go,
ment situation. In, the case of China vernment is moving fast and
it is far worse. India with its surely, making clear policy
hundreds of millions ako prefers ina
this direction: and it is not only the statements at every turn.
question of unemployment that faces Most outright of these was
that nation, but millions go hungry that published on Oct. 27,
daily. Just recently appearing in the pointing out to the people of
Trinidad Guardian was the state Southern Rhodesia the disas-
ment that sixty thousand Trinidad- which
ians are unemployed. Think of our trous consequencieswhich
population unemployed in Trinidad, would ensue to their country
yet both India and Trinidad ats in, if the white minority govern-
dependent nations within the com- ment of Mr. Ian Smith chose
mouwealth. This situation is also tomake a bilateral declare'
experienced in some of the newly r I nene e. Tbis
formed African states.-- Never in on of independence. This
the history of any nation was there outspoken document had its
the time when there was not a pro- effect in that S. Rhodesia's
blem of unemployment. P. M. declared 1 a t e r
Coming back to our present state that the Labour Government
of affairs our question of unemploy- had "spoilt everything" and
ment hes in these facts either some of
us don't like the types of employ, they must abandon hopes of
meant the country has to offer, or independence before Christ-
that some have one motive and that mas. The legislature had,
is to be national parasites or in other after a lengthy debate, voted
words those who intend to profiteer a anst a unilateral declare.
heavily and live on the fat of others. aint a unila al dl
Sympathy must go out to those who tion of independence.
intend to work and cannot find President of the Board of
employment. Every section of the Trade, Douglas Jay, passed
community in this territory is be- through Moscow (where he
coming aware ofthe fact in addition talked to Kosygin and Brez,
to their daily, routine that agricul-
ture plays an important part in chev) on his way to the
solving their economic problem. British Trade Fair in Pekin.
One of the first factors on political He declared in Moscow that

Britain could greatly
her trade with both


and the U. S. S. R.
Foreign Secretary Gordon
Walker spent the week in
Washington having talks with
U. S. Chiefs and the Presi-
dent. He stated at the air,
port that he came with an
open mind but Britain's
desire to see Red China in
th e United Nations still
stood: the alliance with the
United States was "the sheet
anchor" of Britain's foreign

ministerial appointments of No CommOn-
interest ate those of novelist- ... .
scientist Sir Charles Snow Wealth History

(who will be elevated to the
Lords), as deputy to Frank
Cousins in the new Ministry
of Technology, and Times
journalist Alan Gwyne Jones
as Minister for Disarmament.
The Tories have meanwhile
exploded a bombshell within
their own ranks by summarily
dismissing "Rab" But ler
from their policy-making
group at Conservative Cen-
tral Office. ,,. .&

On the home front the
Prime Minister will fight the FOI
widening trade gap with a Hou
temporary 5i per cent sur/ HOUSE: W(
charge on foreign imports of ro
manufactured goods which in
can just as well be made in mi
England. There will be bi
encouragement for manufac, L Gadaho
turers (especially s m a 1 e r Apply: R.
firms) to increase, and im- 5
prove production for export.
Among junior B r i t i s h Nov. 7-21

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--For Eager Schoolgirls
Girlsofthe Sixth Formof Wes-
ley High School who were
encouraged by their teacher
of W. I. history to listen in
at the historical C. P. A.
meeting addressed by M. P.s
from Pakistan and Canada
were doomed to disappoint,
ment. They were informed
that only the Press could
attend. The meeting was
not held in camera, but in
the Court House, ard mem/
bers of the public did in fact
drift in.
One of the visiting M. Ps
expressed keen regret that the
students were not admitted.
The schoolgirls were .lot the
only absentees. F or one
reason and another not a single
member of the Opposition




Now th- people of Petite Soufriere, I P aice Philip
Mopo, Tran-o, Good Hope and vict P ilp
neighboring hamlets, patient for so New Britain
many yea:s, may expect some relief
after: their cries of "How long, 0 rin ii, i
Lord, how long Prince Phlp, while
Thi.kk....J bb :.i .. ..h:. ninpeav official iri;


on a
t r A

The recent Government an. te ao. Migh .I J
nouncement that 4i miles of road endonthe note every!.ing comes to Mexico, s p e a k i n g at a
from Castle Bruce, partially linking him who waits- provided he does luncheon in honour of Pre,
up the isolated villages of Petite no die in the interval. sident Lopez Mateos in
Soufriere and Good Hope with the P.ntractor' Services Mexico City, said: "The
mainsprings of island traffic was at new Britain is energetic and
lat being undertaken due to a When you wa to build, be it a forward looking, retaining
Colonial Office grant of $115,594 businessplace, a dwelling house or
calls for an analysis of early efforts to renovation in or out of town youthesame standards of honesty
obtain this benefit for Eastern coast need a Builder Contractor. Why and fair play and the same
inhabitants, including villagers of not contact D. J. B. Bruney (popu- devotion t o parliamentary
Tranto and Mopo. larly known as Brother Bruns), democracy. It is willing
The assault really starred in 48 Steber Street, Pottersville for and eager to develop the old
1951-52 when Mr. David T. top quality workmanship.
Jones M.P. (Lab.) asked several Moderate Prices. friendships and to make new
questions on Dominica in the For reference contact Dominica ones.
British House of Commons, at the Cooperative Bank or Mr. Ted Honey- SUP T
request of Mrs. Phyllis Shand church, SUPPORT THE
Allfrey. Two of these questions Signed D. J, B. BRUNEY. HERALD
diwv the attention of the British
Government to the neglected condi ----- --
tion of the Eastern Coast peoples,
not excluding the Caribs, who COLONY OF DOMINICA
suffered loss of produce, boats and TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT
even lives at times, due to lack of REGISTRY OF TITLES : ISLAND OF DOMINICA
motorable roads and enforced use of Schedule of Application for Certificate of Title and Notings
the sea in rough weather. He receiv- thereon and Caveats for the week ending the 31st day of Oct., 1964
ed a cool reply. Nature of Request whether
Between that time and the ques- Date of Reqpest Person Presenting for Certificate of Title
tion asked in the Dominica Leg. Notings thereon or Caveat.
Co. on May 13, z964 by Opposi- Requect for the issue ofa First
tion Member Hon. Frobel Laville, Request dated Samuel Alfred Certificate of Title (with plan
Mrs. Allfrcy had gone the length .f 24ih :ct:d 1.96 n respect of a p
the rtad in question both on foot in the Villas of Marigot.
and by jeep several times. She purt Presented by his Sohicitor in the Parishof Stl A drew in
sued the matter' locally before the the Colony of Dominica,
advent topo f the Dominica 26th Oct., 64 Cilma A.M Dupigny containing 25,500 square ft.
advent to power other inica at 3.00 p.m. and bounded as follow- *-P
-fabofur Governac nt, write to H Ithe East bylands of BlaInd
H. Ajlhi istrator Lindo on Sept. ford Estate and Nathan Lewis; On the South by lands of Elsine Prevost
t1958- and Claitus Robin; 'and On the West and North-West by a Ravine and
17, 1958:- lands of Stilson. Wred.,
"Thank you very much... for lands of Stilson Alfred. _______
your reply on the subject of Petite Registrar's Office, (Sgd) JOSEPH V. JEAN PIERRi
Soufriere road problem. With Roseau, Dominica. 1964. Registrar of Tiles.
reference to Petite Soufr;ere, it is the NoTE:-Any person who desires toobject to the issuing of a
glassy dangerous co-dii-on of the Certificate of Title on the above application may enter a Caveat in
road that is so awful. If something the above office, within six weeks from the date of the first appear-
could be dne (however rough and ance of the above Schedule in the DoMINICA HeRALD news-
inexpensive) to improve the surface paper published in this Island or from the date when the notice
hin nsiv at least a star would prescribed by law was last served on any owner or occupier of
of this toad, at last a st wo adjoining land in respect of which the application is made.
have been made." Nov.7-14
It is fair to slate that the present
Labour Govt. of this island did list te
the Eastern Coast road among plan-
ned activities, although the fruition
of this aspect has been extensively de-
layed. They came into office in
1961; aad writing from a Federal AN N NCEM NT
Ministry on 8th February of that year
to Hoi. L. C. Didier (Minister
Communications & Works), Mrs.
Alltrey enclosed a petition signed by G EO R G E KARAM
132 residents of Good nope-virnu
ally the entire adult population of
that village, She told Mr. Didier:-- n
"I recently received from the peo ,
ple of Good Hope theenclosed FetiTHAT AS FROM JULY 1964 HE
tion which I have acknowledged, tel- HAS ACQUIRED THE FIRM OF
ling the petitioners that I am sending
it to you as the matter falls within A fY I
your portfolio. I know how diff-
cult it is going to be to assign projects
of road making or r-ad repairing, Dry
with all the demands upon your Comprehensive Range of DryGoods
Ministry's resources. Nevertheless,
I would e most grateful if you will and Ap lances Now Carried
bear the unfortunate condition of
Good Hope in mind so that at the Shirts, Pants, Ladies Garments
earliest opportunity something may
be done to make their road safer and
more servicable. I believe that a cert- now in stock
ain amount of patching, mending
and servicing would be of greatassis- We Welcome Your Continued
tance to those living in the environ.
meant of GoodHope, especially the Patronage a n d Enquiries.
She received a bare acknowledge, Oct. 17-Nov. 7


has pleasure in announcing the
return to schedule of their M. V. Federal
This vessel will arrive in Dominica
on Wednesday November 11th from
Southern ports and proceed on the
evening of the same day to Antigua,
Montserrat, St. Kitts and Jamaica.


Cocoa growers are notified that
wet cocoa will be received at the
Cocoa Depot, CDC buildings, Good-
will, every Friday.from 6th Novem-
ber between the hours of 8 a.m. and
4p.m. This will be in addition to
the roadside collections, which will
be continued as usual in the North-
ern areas (Capuchin to Melville
Hall),. Eastern area (Castle Bruce
and La Plaine) and in the Western
area (Layou, Coulibistrie, Massacre,
Until further notice price will
be 9 cents per t1 on the roadside and
9.5 cents at Goodwill.

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Local Sportlight (To
Oh don't
: .FOOTBALL And what
Thunderbirds Div I Champions If you hea
It's Junglk
Y dropping only one voint (.heir This mon
first) 'against Blackburn on
Sunday last, Thunderbirds main- CHORUS
tainted their leads over all others in the Junle
Div I D.A.S.A. league competition. So if you
They now have 13 pts from 7 games Jungle
with one game undecided. Even Soifou
if there is a replay against Blackburn, Jungo ifle you
this wouldn't affect their position as o Jungle
undisputed champions. They have This mon
come a long way from last season and o insid
although they lost their early season
sparkle they managed to maintain a Oh don't
steady run of successes and it is a For what
true credit to them that they have not It's comn
yet been beaten this season. And sold
The match on Sunday wa- per, This mon
haps not as thrilling a one as the pre (Rep
vious game between these two sides, at Ch
but it produced in pare, some excitu- -
ing football. The standard of play, stating in n
however, was surely not co the im- he ws theol
prove and one could feel that both Incidental
sides were perhaps trying too hard. Blackburn
Blackburn went into an early lead mch was h
when they scored in a scramble at ation by th2
goalmouth. Then six to ten minutes hoped that
later Thunderbirds equalised in a like Spo Revie
manner, bit goalkeeper Charles of on Sunday
Blackburn should have collected the be discussed.
cnv'ely easy one from wbikh the Assocition
gba! ensued. At half time the scoreAssociatio
Was I-i. The second half was D.GS, Kn
goaless though there were persistent A fighting
raids on both sides. Robinson at
Therewas one incident which et was the fe
many spectators talking' and debating in the first i
--t-S---in the- first--half oalkeeper
Guye of Thunderbirds was blown for oca, regmssei
foul play against Clem John. After season, score
and gave D.
collecting the ball safely Guye attempt te gameD
ted to knee the oncoming Clem Johv. fla ende
Referee Lancelot quite rightly blow pla endmat
the whistle. ; But left everyone as, e -a
tounded when be awarded an indir ing figure f
ectfice kick for whatwas, is, and pOn Su
will always be in any football comrn- y agaitc
petition,played under F. A. rules, a XI which
penal offence.
The rules expressly states: "Any SUCceSS
player kicking or attempting to kick Dominin
an opponent is guilty of foul play".
The result a. direct free kick if At a mat
this took place outside the penalty Success Doc
area, and a PENALTY KICKif the Seraphin) be
infringement took place within the Emile JoseF
penalty place. zo20. A
We give absolutely no credence place in Port
to the report that referee Lancelot So
said he penalized the goal-keeperir C
ungentlemanly conduct, and the ROS
reason we give no credence to it is [G-:7,I|
very simple under no living foot- []E[VE][
ball regulations is attempting to kick, []i[-]N|
knee or stamp on opponent branded S_]Uljrq
under the disguise ofungentleman. [y ISl [-
ly conduct. In fact the rule book [][-[
has its own interpretation of ungen,
titmanly behaviour which deals
with such things as abusive language EI I" A
etc. [Si .U
It is unfortunate that the two L[ R|
Thunderbirds vs Blackburn matches MUM E-W i
were plagued by poor refereeing. I I [Ji
The results may have' been the same r[Sjl
but better refereeing would have
sparked less controversy and both PRI
spectators and players would have HERALD
been more satisfied. But in all fair- woo by
ness to the D.A.S.A. sub-commit, Steber St., P
tee, they asked Mr. Lancelot to stand Owing to
down for this match but he appa- sequent lack
rently did not get the letter and was lish Crosswc
unyielding on Sunday afternoon, give a long

tbe tune of Tbe Teddy Bears' Picnic)
go out in the bush tonight, the WoLcestershire men are here!
t you see in the woods tonight, it won't be a teddy-bear!
ar a frightening creepy sound
I Warfare all around:
th's the month the Worcestershires have their picnic!

Warfare all around,
bear a sound, don't think it's a Soucouyant burst its mound!
Carfare all about,
hear a shout, just yell you're a friend and quick-clear-out!
Warfare on the shore
;lers, trade no more, but head for the legal store!
th's the month the Worcestershire men are practising for war-
e and nail up your djor.
go out in the bush tonight as couples behaved of old,
you'll find in the woods tonight will not be romance or gold.
Myjguos, not canrnon-ball-fot
tiers call it serious sport:
with's the month the Worcestershires have their picnic!
orus) ROSE O.

o uncertain manner that
facial referee.
ly the report on the
vs Thunderbirds first
anded in to the Associ-
e same referee and it is
either next week or on
ew over the local station
veing the findings will
In the meantime the
is studying the report.
ock Out Shamrock
g cuie.e-bck by Eddie
id his :hamrock boys
ure event on Thursday
knockout match. Sham-
ring-for -thi fi-snt time this
ed first through Dublin
G.S. a scare for moi of
ut about 5 mius before
D.G.S. netted twice o
ch. It was an entertain-
or the fair crowd p-esent.
day an Island XI will
members of the Decoy
is anchored in the bar

Wins At
ch played at Fond Cold,
mino Club (Capt. P.
at Portsmouth (Capt.
ph) by 14'o points to
return match will take
smou'h on Sunday. 2st,




Crossword No. 5 was
Anthony Auguiste, 36
Sthe short week and con-
of space we will pub-
ird No. 6 next week and
r time for i4 solution.

D. T. U. Gen. Sec
In Portsmouth

News In Brief i
(Cont. from p.i)
performance of stage sketches
from famous authors at St.
Gerard's Hall Tuesday nighr
* SALISBURY Exhibition
attracted fair crowd to see
wonderful selection of fruits
and vegetables, livestock and
handicrafts from surrounding
villages ROSEAU &
Newtown fishermen had their
boats blessed by the Dean
after Mass at Cathedral Tues-
in a hut behind the Bath
Estate stables at midnight
Friday last week was put out
before it spread *

(Cont froan page 4)
sponsored by the Commis,
sion for arrangements for
accommodation to be made
for them by the British

obtain this service direct from
the Council can only mee't
with the delay conequen*
upon the teed for that body
to refer back to the British
Council. Similarly Certifi-
care "B" on the usual apnli,
cation farm which students
are required to complete has
to be completed by the East
Ca r i b b e a n Governmants
Commission ard failure to
channel through them can
only entail delay. The East
Ca r ib b ea n Gcvernments
Commission in the Uniied
Kingdom acts as a clearing
houst for suc'i matters for
Barbados, the Letward and
Windward Islands and their
address is a? follows: -
Commission in the United
Kingdom ftr theEast Carib-,
bean Governrr enms,
P.O. Box, 547
229,231 Kensington High

Portsmou:h trade unionists Council. Any attempt to London, W.8, England
of the Por:workers section -- ----
wcre visited by Mr. R. P. P. --
.Joseph, iot B Sd long di I N ESS M EN: i
cuvions with their executive
and promised to return on WHY NOT SAVE TIME, MONEY & WORRY P
Sunday Nov. e to -addressa -. 1
ublic meeting. T tohe SIMPLEX ACCOUNT BOOK tells
.g /ou at a glance whether the business
Vi ill Case oSd you did for the year is GOOD BjUS1-
Viellle C Iase NESS or BAD BUSINESS. '
Ni niw"- 4 llagS iaVii .-.. Ju. ,v,c. ya ,d .u- -z,
n behotly contested and is obtainable in $ and 0 columns.
nex .tonda y forseasonte Vicile Throughout U.K., Inco-ne Tax Re-
Case Villge Council: there are turns sUpported by the SIMPLEX
eleven registered candidates five ACCOUNT BOOK are accepted by
Labourites, five Demr-cras, and one the Authorities. It is suitable for all
Independent. Oflate, saysour cor- offices, trades and private businesses.
respondent, the village has become a Order ur or coies di
nightly scene of political activity, frder Ytour c or copies direct
showing the interest local peopletake from the Agents or write P. B. iO
in the affairs and management of 164, Roseau, Dominica, Br. W.I.
their political and administrative Oct.3-Dec. 26. (3lSts) .-D, . ( .- .--S-





Room, Breakfast and Dinner
SINGLE -- $20.00
DOUBLE -- $18.00 per person.

Air Conditioned Rooms SINGLE $26.00
DOUBLE $25.00 per person

Nov. 7--z8'


NOVEMBER 15th 1964

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