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26 Aug 1959

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26 Aug 1959

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Gleaner, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1959, Kingston, KingstonPage Koht fhe daily August 1999. Get it right by Matthew Strong dangerous driving 117 k hit us a lot of Money trying to Edu Cate Drivers in Safe driving. Ive spend vast bids in prosecuting them when they fail to even allow ing for the Contra entry in the books in the form of fines levied. And the toll of death and mutilation mounts. If tie problem were tackled with real it could i be solved. The clue is in our system of punishment v. Hich is old in it imaginative and quite out of monetary punishments telephones for All departments 46o6 3606 we til pc kit 14 Market Montero Bay my a advertisements Are accepted subject i to the current advertising rate card. August 19s9. Do not deter. Why not try vie Oil Dye As a part of our electoral and i the use of Kiln dyes Ai a punishment to be inflicted by a Enort. The electoral Are poor things and can am led to be fairly easily removed. But when Only Small quantities of Dye vere the chemists i produce dyes which though costly would be truly months. Indelible for Many the people s councils Jamaica s new legislature a Constitution almost entirely self govern will begin its life today. The House of representatives and the legislative Council will have More Sovereign Power than any previous jamaican legis and this includes even the Power ment that they would Settle the problem with the dutch peacefully it is doubt Ful whether the use of sanctions can cause a peaceful atmosphere and that is what Indonesia is threatening. By threatening other foreign capital As or. Sukarno obviously Hopes to warn off the Western Powers and Australia from supporting Holland at the United nations. If this threat does not or. Sukarno by manipulating the political picture and by diplomatic demonstrate How dangerous communism is to his country. Here is where the internal problems of the indonesian archipelago relevant. Because of the topographical and geopolitical problems involved and the size of the Indonesia has extraordinary administrative problems. This fact some army i ebels discovered to their Early last year. In this situation Only the army and the com Citrus Industry must be fully competitive in five years Why not a preferred place in us by r. L. M. Uri Tiuli Conri Bornn Citi in kill autocratic and turbulent houses of Monist party Are properly Assembly in the years before 1866. Because of their disciplinary both Chambers of the legislature will efficiency. In the fourteen years of in have As members people who have had indonesian governments Many years of parliamentary notably sir Robert Kirkwood in the legislative Council and or. Ivan Lloyd have been French in their there being 17 in 14 years. Recently _ or. Sukarno has gone Back to the in the House of representatives. But of the 1946 constr they wih also have Many members who which is More like a benevolent will be sitting in the country s highest dictatorship. Parties have been nominal briefly my is that a court on convicting for dangerous driving would Levy a modest j Council time because of but would order the place continuity the t has been s6cured and Are Amons the new legislators sufficient new blood and new the of a half Crown in a Dye of Brilliant Colour. I yellow for Blacks with a discretion in the court to decree which Colour for All intermediate skin tones based on which in its discretion would conspicuous. Be the More to go around with a Blob of Bine or yellow on each Cheek for six months or so would be would person by but the communists Are certainly still existent. As Long As he has the army s or. Sukarno can govern with some ideas to ensure diversity it is Success he feels this is not enough. History should teach vitality. It is with the vitality of the House of More important member of the we Are now concerned. The previous House was characterized by dynamic and unremitting work. It moved precision like to the goal of achievement and it did but what it gained in Auto Matic achievement it lost in Public respect. As a Public attendance in the particularly in the closing that external action is not enough to cure internal ills. Mussolini thought but his invasion of proved to be the Start of his downfall. President Nasser also thought but he seems to have Learnt his lesson in time. And or. Sukarno is not As Strong As presi Dent Nasser. That Public interest in the mechanism of government should be maintained a punishment which make the convicted ridiculous. It would believe deter As a Fine clearly i months rely to a new Low. Does not. It would probably it is of prime importance to democracy Pat most women Drivers off r the Road because they if convicted of dangerous Delv be virtually forced into purdah. U would thus achieve imprisonment at Nuge major us of the government in convicted person s personal the House of representatives will re More liberalism in the House Drivers would reduce the and less use of the party whip which Many debates in the previous remove the most deadly hat-1 House. And made to error unpalatable to Ard. I the Public. I have looked at the idea itis not wish that members should every Angle and i can see no be disloyal to their parties or should thing against it whatever. A it needs is a minister of Force of to character push a and imagination Short measure through the legislature casualties will immediately tall. Such a measure would in the True sense be it would in a Short while be imitated in other countries. It would put Jamaica on tie world map in a very big Way with consequent advantage to the tourist Industry. Politics and religion others is a political attitude x usually described As which is Well known in countries which Erper tir ii. As predominantly lie in religion. A Magnet for Moose or. Grenville Martin is what in modern Ontario is called a Timber which we take to mean what in less refined would have been called a Sawyer. We do not think he can be what the notorious vulgarity of the Anglo saxons would have called a Woood for the barbarous traditions of ancient Canada Call such a person a lumber from which we Are certain that the modern appellation would be lumber operator. Our contemplation of the blessings of civilization and philological Progress has allowed our attention to stray from or. Martin himself. An 3 we is All for he is a Man who at not support decisions democratically reached in party but it is to be generally hoped members of Jamaica s new legislature will recognize and holds As the sequel by Isfan f i ii 4-k a 11 that party is not above country and that the legislature is above governments. Let us have partisan or even rancorous debates sometimes. Let the members speak strongly in support of their parties. But let them remember in the final the duty they owe is not to party but to parliament As the very essence of democracy and to Jamaica As the hard Core of their with 45 members in the new House of representatives and 21 in the new legislative Council a wide of jamaican interests Are reflected in the legislature. It is the expectation of the people of Jamaica that every genuine interest will find faithful expression in the nation s councils. Roman Catho anti clerical protest and struggle against what they regard As the undue participation and influence of clergy in the things which Are Caesars. I do not know quite How to Des Cribe the growing admixture of religion and politics in Jamaica. It cannot be described As because it is i not intervention of any Churchi Indonesia and imperialism in nor can protest _ r against the phenomenon be speaking at the 14th anniversary Cele described As anti clerical Lince no Church As such is open to though some ministers of religion Are rations of Indonesia s the country s or. Sukarno warned the Netherlands that dutch attempts6 Cap Hal would be expropriated if the persuade the Public that they1 Netherlands did not re Linquish control Are fighting on the Side of Over West irian new tha t this would be a logical follow up on the on their party line. J expulsion of dutch citizens i find these attempts perfectly some of indonesian birth and from loathsome. I refuse to Indonesia two years ago or. Sukarno also warned other foreign capital of the electoral votes of same Fate if they interfered. Or. Sukar Confidence or Lack of co fld i no s do not however Stem incr in the administrative i r i i. Performances of ministers so his own imperialism or the have anything to hatred of dutch imperialism As from a to distract country s citizens prayer and fast inf to do from their problems. And exercise sound judgment indonesian hatred of the dutch stems the years of colonial Rule and the Parade their religion seems present demand is just an Extension of degrade of this hatred. Earlier on this year. Or. The indonesian foreign min the peppering of party prop sister promised australian govern Ganda advertisements with1 _ p advertisements crosses by the j l p. I thought i vile of the political funeral i of the unfortunate election casualty in May pen 1 already write n at length now we have had a service of and of the new government con will show if the Reader will persevere. It appears that or. Martin had been inspecting some Timber and was walking farther where he four Moose closing in on from the left. Thev displayed no Active they might indeed have merely been trying to decide whether or. Martin was Moose or Man. But such in an animal normally shy and reluctant to seek human society of a game Warden in the off was disconcerting. In any a Moose is a Large four Moose constitute a Mobile Hazard of considerable and or. Martin very properly turned to the right. Immediately three Moose he claims were quite different appeared on his right in the same attitude of expectant curiosity. Or. Martin be Gan to feel As if he were being stalked. It does not appear that a Bull Moose was amongst the and even if one had been we doubt whether or. Martin would have been prepared to take the Bull by the produce his Hunting and say i have As much right Here As you the course he took was one of which we thoroughly approve. It was a Back Ward and though deflected by two More and again by a solitary Moose which appeared in the same mysterious he eventually arrived in some part of Ontario not occupied by inquisitive Moose. There seem to be two plausible explanations. One is that or. Martin is a sort of St. Kind of Man whom the bolder Fauna of such As and would unhesitatingly join in his Cabin at night. The other is that while a Rose by any other name would smell As a Sawyer when called a Timber operator smells like a Moose. Or. Hoffman the world Banki recently made some important in ter on the future of Jamaica s agricultural exports. Hoffman that we shall Rev opined have to on on Citrus industries of the United i Israel. Etc. For instance there Are Many things that the or their governments have or could do to boost which could not be defined technically As dump but which would nevertheless constitute effective dumping of surplus production into the United kingdom Market. We pointed out that the West indies fit rus Indus try could not possibly be expected to make headway against such unfair Competition. Given the foregoing the Federal negotiators could hardly quarrel with the proposition that to uncompetitive industries can not be kept alive indefinitely the Evn Ense of the consumer and taxpayer Challenge Aphis is the Basic Challenge j. That jamaican agriculture faces during the next decade yet even now some of our agricultural leaders defuse to recognise the and Are still asserting that the by Anthony Dorset of the economist London or. Adenauer has re covered Bis diplomats poise after a gruelling letters to the editor travesty of Justice competitive ability and non special Trade conces Sions extended to us by the t in fed lie clearly feels that we arc too Price conscious and sufficiently Cost whilst i would not agree with or. Hoffman that we will not he Able to maintain a preferential position in the United kingdom and whilst i would re mind that the. Protectionist policies pre vent us from for in our sugar and Citrus to i am sure that his warning justified there is no doubt that there is room for much greater efficiency in wide sectors of jamaican agriculture. Participation in prolonged Nego with ministers of government and officials in the ten Ted kingdom has made it possible to form an accurate opinion As to Britain s apr Yoash to our agricultural Export problems. The conclusion h that Hie of the United kingdom we help us provid Only that we Are tire Nared to make a to e s t German genuine Effort to Heln policy no longer seems Over i near u Estern sell out to the As it plainly was in the months Between or Macmillan s Moscow visit and the opening of the Geneva conference. When president Eisenhower arrives in Bonn tomorrow he will not find or. Adenauer unduly concerned at the Prospect of or. Khrushchev s visit to Washington. The Chancel Lor s jitters Are Over. Now that the immediate russian pressure on Berlin has been at least for three West germans have begun to count the since the crisis opened last november. It shows some unexpectedly serious reverses for or. Adenauer. Misfortune heavily when or Dulles i death removed the strongest ally the Chancellor possessed in Western policy making. Although or. Adenauer has shown that he still has president Eisenhower s ear. His influence Over Day to Day american diplomacy has sen Sibly diminished. All recent West German inter such As or. Aden Auer s own talks in washing ton at or. Dulles s have seemed All the More obvious and All the More vulnerable to criticism. Or. Adenauer s Resolute opposition to a Summit meeting was jolted by m. Macmillan s overtures to Moscow on Dis engagement in Central Europe although or Macmillan s ideas have since been quietly interred a sizeable Success for Bonn and Paris the apparent danger of British together with or. Dulles s removal from the pushed the Chan cellar into his most serious Blunder of the year. Few germans believe that or. Adenauer s political authority has survived Volte face Over the with anything Ike its old effective Ness. Ris if confirmed could prove of serious diplomatic importance Only method of expanding production is to increase prices. This attitude ignores the fact that our Basic agricultural industries Are mainly Export ing and that the Consumers in other countries Are not prepared to pay higher than Market prices for our unless or course it enjoys a Quality for sentimental reasons. Thus if commodity exporters from other parts of the world can produce at lower Cost they will sell their produce and we shall be left High and dry. This is surely what or. Hoffman had in mind to sum i firmly believe that. Ministers will do everything they reasonably can to secure a Market in great Britain for those West Indian crops that traditionally look to the. For a Market. But it is equally Clear the it any government in the United kingdom will insist that. Consumers shall be Able to Purchase our products for approximately the same Price for Quality As similar produce from competitive sources. New Era of diplomacy by. Paul l. Ford aug paradoxical As ii May the recent state department Mommeut on the outside backing for the communist insurrection in Laos serves As an Excel 1 c n t explanation of a Ashington s attitude to wards the new Era of diplomacy which will open wit i president Eisenhower s Bonn London a a r i s trip this month and Usu Premier Khrushchev s vis it 1o the United states next month. In Normal the Laos statement would have been almost routine As outside influences have always been at work among laotian communists and Are unquestionably at work again in generating communist military activity there. But when restraint in criticizing communists would seem to be a was for setting the scene for Khrushchev s United states it is certainly a noteworthy bit of i timing for the state depart a ment to formally and the suspicion that Moscow itself not just North Vietnam Mav be be Hind the communist insurrection in and that the insurrection Mav in fact be part of broader communist de sign. To which president Al in his news Confer cautiously but firmly added that he would certainly take Laos and and Simi Lar incident Spires activity in his Forth coming talks with Premier Khrushchev. All this goes to show How Little or. Adenauer recovers poise allowing a person charged with a criminal in. Houj-1 the editor. There is breaking and in cent to sit on ducted if Vou please by the to be no judicial inquiry into his own Case As Jamaica Christira to the serious accusations of a there is an important Rule of which the Nii lie was Bonus vote the natural Justice when i Ted people s n i Irp Runne Hie last election that no Man shall be a Iii Cree either i a a Lis engr to or v o m his own cause there is Olsn Clad to Sav Lerl i speech on i a Basic Rule English Law in the s pernicious can Yerx Loucht there would be none. I which lays Down the Jamain Christne Conn the released in to must not Only be but must should Call a halt o these div s gleaner by the i manifestly appear to have portico Rel Plous jamborees displays the same Type of Ria do the people in the a Start it could Well Eon in Ems and shows the same i p n a. Including their lawyers. Hairier picking itself g new approach As or know of these president Bike s broadcast i am. Etc. 1 sir rest that the Cabinet Eugene c l Parkinson yesterday was merely to rubber Mamp a to ulv 19 Church St. Way to dispose of carefully prepared Kingston. Atomic waste is to ire it Thal in All prob Abili by Soin 1 of ten by n Batter of men Vith ran be turned into for or a i tra Ninfi. With some in Mil i be m of fir of Flor the Trade and Industry Thyl present p n p govern pm not u ill Zariv in my or in ment. Instead of to the in Oak ride. And the House of an Independent. On Ince nip artial judicial astronautics last week report decided o set up a com on another use for Muttee of the House of repro inserted in Senta Tives projected com no Mittee of consist of Clear reactors could lie a Majonis of pop making our recent Citrus a negotiations As an her majesty s government s attitude the prob lems of the. Citrus Indus w can be summed up j. We recognise that your Industry s products Are artificially excluded from their natural Market in the United and that you have come to look to the United kingdom Market As your main Export outlet. We Are also aware that we asked you to undertake the production of Orange concen trate for the. Welfare and that this involved the planting of Orange the expansion of Plant and equipment in Duras and and the construction of a new co operative factory in Jamaica. On the other hand we do not propose to or assist inefficient production. Our Survey shows that by world standards the average yield of Citrus per acre in the West indies is extremely especially in Jamaica. We know from experienced advisers that Citrus can be produced efficiently and competitively under. Condi and that efficient. Citrus growers Are making a fair profit at present prices. We do not think that the British consumer should be asked to pay vastly More for West Indian Citrus products just because West Indian costs Are mainly As a result of the extremely Low and of Citrus growers to make full use of and modern agricultural 3. In the Light of the foregoing. Government consider that and plan to assist the. Citrus Industry must he based on a recognition by your Citrus growers that in efficiency cannot Una life for assistance for More than a limited period. United kingdom government Are prepared to work out with the Federal government and through the Federal government with the govern ments of British Dominica. Jamaica and Troni in the next round of a it West negotiations. It will be a bitter Day for or. Adenauer if he is Ever linked with Hen the East German As an extend Able and outworn politician who must be removed to and Vance the cause of reunion. But even his own Christian Democrat party unlikely to forget forgive his authoritarian behaviour this summer. Or. Adenauer s diplomatic grasp appeared at its Sha Kiest while the West was preparing for the Geneva conference. Is was acutely from Herr von Bren Ano s at the nato meeting in that it was he. And not or. Selwyn who was in most danger t isolation in Western councils. These suspicions of Allied weakness seemed to be con firmed at the outset of the Geneva talks when the East germans gained a major diplomatic Success by being admitted to the conference floor. In or. Adenau is instructions to his Reorg san a elves allowed Little Chance of Western co operation and Unity. West German tactics at the conference Are now admitted by other Western delegations Mohave been both obstructive at in trustworthy. The germans constant to inspired leakages of information particularly roused the american delegation to anger. But in the end it has been or. Aden Auer who has had his Way and in so far As or. Gromyko did Little to save the talks. It even seems that or. Adenauer was no settlement or the German question is Possi ble on the terms that or Khrushchev has so far been prepared to discuss. The Chancellor swears to have drawn reassurance from Tho Geneva stalemate. Western appeasement Over Berlin has not materialised. Even though new ideas Are emerging in Germany and old like direct Between the two German Are now supported by Public 9pinion in the there is less nervousness in Bonn Over a soviet diplomatic coup. Was the world is divided i is difficult even for the Rule of Russia and America to try Divide it another Way american support or. Knows per1 Sonalla what talks with or Khrushchev Are his own Hasty visit to Moscow when diplomatic relations Between Russia and West Germany were resumed Means that he can hardly oppose president Eisenhower s approaching exchanges. But that president Eisenhower has agreed to go to Bonn has been taken As More than a Courtesy. It Means that. The West German View on reunification is still up held by in the past weeks h found the West germans moving increasingly toward the United states As relations Between Washington and general Degaulle have visibly worsened. There is a limit beyond which the european allies of the United states cannot expect to impose their wills 011 american policy. General Degaulle is now thought in Bonn to be perilously close to an open break Over France s demands for higher status in nato and support in the coming Algeri an debate in the United nations. Whatever or. Adenauer s per Strnal loyalty to the Paris Bonn he knows that the last France might look after Itse if american diploma in West Germany certainly could not. It was general Degaulle who rejected the idea of a full Western Summit be fore the Eisenhower Khz Irish Che v or. Adenauer was eager to accept it. The outcome has been that president Eisenhower must now visit three european capitals in a journey that May tax his and that his most difficult talks will be not in Bonn b i in Paris for his or Adenauer seems prepared to entrust Germany s future to president in the full knowledge that such in action must tie american hands More than any other. Inclination Here exists for clinging to the naive notion that a single Exchange of even on the highest would automatically mean the Advent of a new age in which communist reliability prevails around the world and International communism Reaves to be a threat to anyone. Tho fact of the matter is that Washington remains Alert and unwilling to appease Moscow or to Divide the world on the pattern of the Ribben trop Molotov pact. Which happened to be concluded 20 years ago this month and divided North Eastern Europe into nazi and soviet of what is the stage of serious experimentation is a new direct kind of. Diplomacy torn of a realization that has Long been germinating in Washington. To forestall miscalculations of the failure of the Long drawn out Geneva Fow eign ministers talks and Secre tary of state Herter s views on that deadlock constituted the most recent and nost valid argument for or. Eisen Hower s decision to invite or. Khrushchev. But the fact now confirmed by the presi Dent himself is that the search for new forms of Diplo Mac dates Back to late 1958. It must be recalled in this connection that american foreign Polk makers have icing been preoccupied with the fear that communist m i s c a icel actions could possibly Lead to War. And there is now certainly ample evidence that soviet intransigence on Berlin and vice president Nixon s user Prience Only confirmed the existence of misconceptions and thus the danger of mis calculations on the part o the soviet leaders. It is then very much to the Point to say that one of the major reasons for inviting Khrushchev to visit the Una Ted states is to forestall such miscalculations by incr i. Ing or. Khrushchev s scanty knowledge about the Unju a states and discussing v a wide Range of topics in what Eisenhower has called talks. This is a Broad it perfectly fits the Type o f intended. Washington has made it am nov Clear by now that no no Tonia tons Are planned. In so far not a word has been about an Agenda and All the state department is preparing is a Range of topics. This wide open character of the talks and the enormous importance the Eisenhower Khrushchev visits can make it Only natural for the president to discuss matters first with the North Atlantic treaty organization allies who Are so closely interested in such key problems As West Berlin and Germany. They All have their own their own views and their own ideas. To get personally and inti mately acquainted with these ideas can be helpful to or. Eisenhower when he meets with Khrushchev. While much has b Een made the need to allay fears of bilateral us user another Likely result of the unique Eisenhower mis Sion to Europe seems far More plausible and attractive. His talks with messes Adenauer Macmillan. De Gaulle and Many others ill not entitle the president to act As spokes Man for All. But in turn they will surely make it impossible for or. Khrushchev to con Sider or. Eisenhower a spokes Man for an America prepared to go it alone. The president s diplomatic mis Sion prior to his talks with the soviet Premier is thus an impressive Way of stating that the free world cannot easily be split and remains deter mined to meet whatever Chal Lenges communism May insist on issuing in Berlin or else where. Comic dictionary blab Ber Mouth a person who is Al ways shoot ing off his but never runs out of am munition. 1959 by Evan Senri education in the space age or. Malcolm s death the sir i am grateful you for the Nice Way in which you have pub or. J. Z Malcolm s without comment writ August is. 1959. Not written by me the editor sir i be Hod much Calls from Public pop and Ite some and some abuse All for what i did not write the letter on Page eight today was not sir. By the. Enemy links the Small Trose the country is sweepstakes the editor. I was in i tended to Sec your new1 Sci ick do you know which dealt with the Sweo ustakas i do not think Manv of us Realise that most of the Sweepstake prizes arc won right Here in Jamaica by jamaicans and that apart from bringing Good Fortune to hundreds of these sweepstakes help both our hospitals and the horse Breed i ing Industry. I have always bought As Many tickets As i could afford and will continue i to do so with the conviction i that i am not Only sure to i win one of the big prizes pome hut i am others As Well. 1 am. Etc Stephen Knight. Mayfair Beverly Hills. Kingston. 6. August 7. 1959 or Malcolm was my indeed i treated t Elk problems presented by the ii Eil for primary and secondary education in a country such As with much a Overly and correspondingly High illiteracy. Are trivial compared with the general of Edu Cating the people of the world to Cope with demands listed death a scheme designed within j Friend a period of 5 to m my Fri furl indeed through of what is already crease Fields and Down i out tribulations filhe spare and to so life that Belph As to it is really in Fiji it rarer into a difficult role n Fnu a difficult time. I t know he erred but Atyinn Rintal Dilc Nima production and the Rob place your growers in a Posi Tion to meet All an i Rasonable in United kingdom Market from whatever source. J by f. Seal Coon chosen this is hardly practical in View of the immense amount of specialised knowledge that must be acquired to make a Mark in most of the specialist i Elofs and the competitive need to enter them Early in life hence people Are forced to special ise almost from the Start of their educative to the detriment of their Broad development As human beings Liv ing in a Milired society May in time become too Short even for the latter a so newer Anco far More effective ones Are required. What these May be lies in the Lap of the Bat teaching tinder hypo la ii a promising line that May be at any rate for persons with a predisposition for it. This entails making permanent impressions Ott mind and once the ground was prepared it might be possible to make an enormous number of them in a comparatively Short thus crowding into a few weeks or months learn that would normally Tako a life time or More to absorb. Tins dilemma is by no Means even it is difficult to soc How in other the of term a of the United kingdom is saying to the Citrus Industry of the West indies that we must become fully competitive As an Industry within the next five years heart to a Verv Good with All the qualities of a gentleman and from conversations i had with his eyes were not open at the time to the Gravity of the error he was Makine. He paid dearer than anyone Pise in this country for his so and Pletsc deny crop a Jitney 1 1 1 n i. I _ in i t. I releasing blast would do asked to will ind open f to no Melee. No damage to roads and Dently and impartially inquire no sir. Into Nelleg nations of malpractices j no empty Palace perpetrated by members me be with love and real estate but the it within n reasonably time bring death to thai own part and even into very person within i wide similar All Callom 1 personally i t n r m a r .1 f r. K m b i i i peace i no. Etc b Wallace i n fruit a c no pan. Safet Gram Happy summer holi Day. If you re Del Vlnar at dim Lynnr a nor Sharpen Ron t would not agree with the error. But i am sure he died foregoing viewpoint be a converted but his cause i consider is a sorrows Are behind and group of underdeveloped. Emergent Colin in territories we should Ftp Able to look to the United kingdom for preferential if that is to Vav n preferred 1 place in the t Nite a Kinc Lom Market for our Nln civil Romeo div exports certain la it would be reasonable to expect that should receive preference m the. Mar Ket at equal to the Tariff concessions granted to us. In our own markets. Moreover it every Opportunity the Federal team i who loved so j Hope he is at peace i Etc Charles Hines Jamaica agricultural society. Santa Cruz p o St Elizabeth August 18. 1959 in the difficulty is bound made it Nhun Dantly Clear that were Many forms of Rompe Titor ill Raj r to he tar inv in by or except for Lead let top earing in the Tec Otid third the matter Publ Liard on thai Dors not Negeet Farill or reflect the of the Dally a Lumner. Editor to increase in scope and Magni tude As Mankind s already enormous technical knowledge expands. This it is bound to do at an accelerating rate unless some cataclysm made or puts an end to the whole process. For the rapid expansion of scientific and technical possibilities Calls for Ever greater specialist knowledge and taking the whole and for More than the whole of any individual s time to assimilate moreover Thror peaceful and productive use demands a general humanitarian Educa Tion which brine a Rill or rather than an acquisition of most take no a Long period of time anal or imbibed in an am Lent conducive to its development. The problem is thus primarily one of time even the High est forms of general education provide a puerile experience from the narrow viewpoint of scientific. And Al though would be to but even with flirt n devices a Rourl a1 i frn i then on to t speculative or Mafi Narv. But real and it demands an Active and realistic approach that it does not appear to be getting in and Hoad Cense. Though experimental methods of teaching condensation Are bring applied in limited1 Fields learning devices n p i d rending techniques the use of shorthand and mechanical writing methods Nanri App ii incs. The a Unden Stinn of porn res is into and the in nation of Virti Ricer the inter how1 any analogous process Rotilda enable an individual to absorb the behaviour patterns that Are the basis of humanity and without which Mere knowledge is a danger Ous and the educationists of the future May find it Neces sary to insist that everyone s Early or. As we now Call years be devoted to a general educative discipline Little different in form and substance from what is preferred by schools an i Colli it i but followed by n kind of per incl during which specialist know. I Edge is injected1 intensively by whatever Means May by then have been developed Crodian of electronic brains it is not be expected that any a ii part of these Nophia in their continuous use however a certain danger of principles being forgotten in fax our of empirical Solu whereby further application is inhibited and the in Rii virtual Mav literally end up by a Vine for Rotten Moru than in All the Lens Nln to to is artificial Means whatsoever will alter the proportions of average and Brilliant people born into the hut they May in pc it by widening immensely Uio scope of their to fit Thorn better to withstand Thor Cri Rov demands made on their mentalities by the fright ening complexity of and that it Are

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