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%* e to otll as 4iattea La the *Battle at the aesew
a0-ees ro Qnm soa* atqm"fhl 8she.ol (0398), bt*
tew to amw la efftt.
Sth the s eat Teaher Asselat1em e the Sdeat 3e4
0peNS to toe elaaeUetMO Of the b se* as osiglm
te' e eel u tt mt en, emA, fatelle a Geetaeia take '
a eOeamtest e 4Sevo4 with the Semool Anthewltsi.
the FA Anols vas e eq n eq t all paent sa&* gPeM a
stIUeate tS the g8 to emAsuo that1 stuMate theti 4
ae -wo a blame tf* sfteel eMa t wto at et tht I
nom %be the iheet aeesble6 a mt m oa t mag s PuS
.n the l4 betw*, 4N3t tta4 Uase te2 e f th e Seol,
stse, hMa smeasegmel that aso weom be ellas" JA
witMhot a Ibla s, but, te the W3ly 00 S etelst at AM
Wu6ee, los ttm a se* a we *w eta ba es.
Matta $be wgaltoat teai i Aft bg the Mlastt oat t
relative to the Sebool =nittfm, Mr ft oels e eS4 all bq
oeaplf.ug to lem the Sebool eoapeM4 iit iatel7, bU
Genada Newsletter week ediag 28.9.74
request net with loud protests froa the students aad all
teo awe. Mr rae iac and his staff retired to held a
while the students also held a meeting, apfessing aolidi
the stead take by the PTA.
When the 688 reopened on Meaday 23rd after the week-end
uamounaed that he had had sessionss with the Minister
the Chairnan et the GevernWin Body of the Sehool and the
of the PTA. An "anmioable soettleonat" was being *oeu
and he told the stdeats that, in the meaa time, the sta
aaxzious to teaoh* and he hoped the students were ajaxio
Mr Tranois warned, however, that the situation should nao
eematrued as a baskingg dowa' y t he la t Authorities.
laser in still a sampulmery part of the uifor sand he
students would be well advisedA aot to take say action w
oompromise the chances offk tiniang a solution to the p:
Meanwhile, students are attending 388 without blazers,
feel that the Minister of duesation, Mr John Morris, i
return of Pine Minister Gairy frea the UnitedA actions b
dealing with the issue.
ewsletter week ending 28.9.74
ARBNISZ AAQ LOXJ
Barly on the aorniag of Meaday 23rd, arsonists attacked *
seofetaiat of the New Jewel Movement (N M) in 8t.Georgei
Shortly after 1.00 a, a president of the area, awakened 1
smell of smoke, saw flame in the NM building and called
Quiek action saved the building and Its seatents, but tb
and furniature were found to be saturated with kerosene u
buried out pile of paper was found in the eran e one :
here v some charring etf the floor, but, apart from ke
damage, lose is believed to be slight*. fe Police sa
A NW MNNU 01 WITED lAHWS.
On Tuesday of a week (17th), Grenada was admitted to
meb rship of the United Natitemn
AAdnessing the General Assembly, Prim Minister Gairy as
because of 'unshakable faitk in fundamantal human rights
the dignity and worth of am, ...... the people of Grenad
chosen the thorny path froa eoloaial servitude to nation
Goesaods ewlettew week e iag 28.9.74
The Priae Mnisteo spoke of what he called "birth palas I
preoeoe tr sittea trsa soloatal status to fall freteae",
ate that new that OeenuAa was sooepted as a Membr of
he OhOUl s e~s the spirit of ievey Greaaaian eitise anad
harmamistag with as at this very asaat Ia giving praise
great Gw, the grme iArehit*t of the waived".
Refoartiag to woaa as *' ost iategral anA vital part tof
moseoes", Mr Gairy *a" temaaAs is the firet aa& a2j
in the sitih omeawesmaith in which a weasa was rasao i
oy so as lead of Goveraneat saa appointed as gevraetn.
"A tarthee rl astratioa of oar pillosophy*, sai Mr Oaizi
elequost testiay ofet the etaffltoee high estee wit
value the oeatributiea aen wea **a make to world affta
eovrament has chema a weasa, Mre Mlie-Jo Mloaty.e, to
first pleaipeteatiary pmraamat eresn native ia this we
Priam Miiatstr Gairy sai& he felt so strongly mad se toti
omitted to the omuse of world peac* that, it asked, he
ahesitatiagly 4o1 in any effort* at maediatea tomaing I
a peae9ful settlement of late j taa)i l disputes.
26th Soe aber 1974