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GHENJADA N'JSLETTic.R FUli TLHE WEE, EjDIn'l SL.PTE.LRt if
GAIRY IS5UE'. . .
Prime Mrinister Gairy has warned that the Police and Field
Force ''arj ,aure than anxious to defend the peace of the ni
and the life and property of every citizen." "This tin
said ir 'airy, 'they may do this with much more zeal and
enthusiasm, in the light of the manner in which the New JE
Iloveiimnt lawyers nasquaraded in the Duffus Commission of E
against the Police and Field Defence Force".
Mr Gairy's warning come in a pre-recorded national broadcd
carried by "'adio Grenada lost ionday (9th). Earlier tl
the Arinae "linisrer left for NJcew York, and, in the broadco=
promised that, as a result of proposed discussions he wou:
with investors and other groups in the USA and the United
he could "samost guarantoLee that 5UUO new jobs would be c:
in Grend a by tlh end of 197!i.
Against this background, the Prime Hinister appealed to wl
called "the subverts and disrupters of peace", to let peal
and order prevail, "in the interests of the young people ,
their jobs, and in your own interests."'
Mr GEiry said that the depressed economic state of Gronad.
resulted from disturbances earlier this year, which, he sa
been caused by "the ungodly ambitions of an ungodly group
saturated with subversive ideologies". He accused the
Jewl 1 ln -m nn-1- 11 -i - - - - -
Gren ada ijeiwsl teor for the fo-k ndiiL L itar?.r 1,- -19.74
'Now", said tho Primeo minister, ''thin is a warning. P1i
don't stretch your luck i As it were, you slapped the L
and Polica i opaartr.ecnts on one ci.;;uk when th Indu,-andonci
n o i-. ioins *ere going on, in Londndn. You slapped tlheim
o-a:h: during Inld ,epndcnca. Now, now, thii is the li.iit.
'l.o.sa bour this in mind ; "
Mr Gairy's trip to New York is priimrily in anticipation of
branaida's ontry into the United iNations at the Ui Session
coiiiilncin.i :pt iber 17th.
MIAHRYIiHiYUW ..Ei-LRIAiL Ir.FLTIVAL
;'Ir Bevwrly Stulcjr l University of thUi 'est Indies residentt
Extri.-ilurril Tutor in GrenEdu, cnnouncod this w 'o!. thi; a n
Festival will a3 held in Grnaoda to coimmomorate the birthdc
the late Honouroble T A .-.
ir 1o..rryso whose birthday falls on Niov;...bes 7th, had a
distinguished career as a politician, not on3y in Grenada,
thruu Ihau L the W utindies. A tir-ulco. fighitr and advoc
for Jnestin'.ian unity, ha earned tha titLl oaF "Father of Fed
and lived to take his seat representing nbrenadu in the Fede
Son-ta w)i-in thii Federation of the J.ea.t Indies ias ostablisn
Uutsidoi; oF politics, Vlr ar,'ryshow had a wide ranog of in ,!r
and, according, to Irs StCoia. t -u Fr ;., i .-: .. --- ....
Grenada Newsletter for the Week ending September 14, 19)
A Committee is already at work preparing for this year's
which will centre around an Exhibition of items portray
of Mr Marryshow's life. In addition, there are to be
and poetry competitions (some of which relate to the lii
times cf Mr Marryshow) and also, there will be talks anc
all dealing, in some way, with the life of this great Wc
The Headquarters, of the UWI Extra-mural Department in (
is at Marryshow House in St. George's, which building we
residence of Mr Marryshow up to the time of his death.
are that the Marryshow Memorial Festival will be held ir
Marryshow House, and it is expected that the historic s:
of the Festival will attract Westindians outside of Grel
visit for the occasion.
12th September 1974