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The Grenada newsletter
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v. : ill. ; 36 cm.
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English
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A. & C. Hughes
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St. George's, Grenada, West Indies
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Grenada

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Began in 1973.
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Description based on surrogate of: Vol. 11, no. 1 (Jan. 22, 1983); title from caption.

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The Grada Newvletar Saturday 22nd Febr uary 1992 Page 14
-EWS SHORTS From aPae 13


:.ports of t.:ni a; :. sugar to the EEC,
.,.h n the ,E : .- : t. ?.; :m,;non J..I.:;:et
comes into effect :ne:. yer.

SCabinet Changes

IActing on the advice of the Prime i.. -t; -
.ister, Go.'e n r Geniral. Sir Paul Scoon has.
:- ,:e- the following chr-:.. in .ilisit-
erial respor.sit.ity.




Don't write "Wes It
That spece divides, i
SLet's write "Westindi
Proud symbol of our


.Mrs Joan P-:::'1, fcrrm~-rly re...ni::-
for Tourism, Civil Aviation and
W.",en's Affi.r-< now has, in addition.,
C..lure, Sport and Youth Affairs.

-n.-?tor Carlyle Gen has relinqu1A.lhe-,
lCulture, Sport and Youth Affairs .:_,
!retains Edu.: tioln which is now set out.
in greater iet.:il than f... mn.rly.-

-- is now r .. :.nsible for Pre-prim.ry,
Primary, Seo"'ri.::'ry ?:i'i Tertiary Ed-
ucation, n.l.:udig, te 'Na.tonal College.
H I h.-r Education, ,..:.; -formal Ed .-.:i.: i ,
'.:l.:ini Skills TrE -.:: r.n-:l Libr :ry
Services.


Cut Flower Exports
Decline

1After1- a t:-+ year peri.:.-: of st.-.:d


gro w.i the export of cut flo...er' from
Grena :':. has suffered a decline.

The Gover -,rr-iit Information Service
(GIS) reports th-t. in l9;7, 20,000
li-:.-,*ms '*.'-_ e'-.,orted an2 this figure
doubled to 40,000 in 1' : and doubled
ag,.in t :- 0,000 "in 1990.

In 1991 t-.:..:. figure dr:,pped to
47 000 n' ,- M- i:tiry of Agri.,ulturei
at.tritutes t. decline to two ca-ses I


First is te fact. that several fields have
been affected by "die-back" a disease
which dries up the i,_ er-lily plants, the
m3ain -... ,~r item.

Secondl, the ,irip:l market for these
fl,',r, is the United States of America
and -:: ::ic re,':;i::-in there '.,, re-
: 1'. : the d. -..-....

According to a rok.'nrrr .for the
'--.i .:.:ry of Agri,:ltu., itli assist-
ance from rt-- Republic of Chin,. which,,
among. ot:--i strains, is to intr-.lduce a
J*i-li- .r:e althurium lily, the cut|
flo'.c-J r field is to be diversified and I
*'.h,:uld show i.-ro.e-m-ent in exports
t~il{S v- ",


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February -192


Printed & PubLizhed By Te Pir tc.or
Mister Hufhes. Jour alai.t,
Of Scott Street, St Georges,Grenada, Te.. dies
(P.O.Box 65: Phone [809] 440 2538: Cables 1-HL N, G-n3a a)




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HIE SITTING OF THE GRE-
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an- op-. .:i on a t .. :. .. -.



Spe-ar, Mr cele P- .: :- details
ofVt.- sW i.r Si3 .- ..h. L;. .m tolte
|for ;:'': : y before te ,e : --' i:
Mrs .r ic.:an said: sle had not een i -. . -
h -. r no"-ic. --4 5 pr-.- -:.. ;,y 4.the
.i e House and she asked the
,Speaker to: :'ne pres t: of te
!.^:cion w "ich : outudetails of re-:- u
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. ,oto, wo..d not ta.e place on tlat day.


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t. is ._-_ :'i ,: ir: --.a t revenue,
rom t:- :. biport duties, 1i',ces etc,
will :amount to $171.2 mili:

0-7On 7.1 -- : ...'tur, ::: e -al re-
u .ent. T :i i amount to $142-5 .-i :-:.
. dditioially, i.:- sum of $26.6 ^;'!i.:
mi:n-:, -' "-n..:ipai and arrears) is to bef
'..: towards th.e : i .,iona Debt ..17.:: at.
3 1t Decen.,.. 1991 St:, :1 at
v6, -' 11- Ple see B BtGET Pace 2


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dn 1 ^9 government plans to 3 4 the *
,su i ^EC~ 223.4: i:t wich is EC$ 7
.million less man was budgeted or in


F OM U3BRA


nr -- Present Budget ................
MichitiE Urges Pressure
On Gover-riment..........
OECS Appea Court RAeturns
To Grenada.................................
FAO FhegriEs M*ting
in Grenada..........................
C-(s- --ard Base Opened. ...........
ritish=. Aarc{pac D.e. onstrates
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The Cre.lsr Sd Febrry 992 Pae 2


Te g::-.al r- .-.rrent ,costs plus t- Fund" (CDF) wi l ra.- $11.6 million.

amn-,. to $ 17 1.2 million, a sum equal to Tqhis Fun n-i -said., wii! be built up
t .-A- e:.-..e. revenue from t-:-:+, im- outof money raised from complete
p.rt duties, .. ::.,-.. divestment of the Gover nmen t own-
R-.ived. In S ed Lq ntra Garage, the sale of 49Z
The sale o- -:. : othe i assets will shares in te Grn-ada Ele tricity
-.... -... -. -r ent will Company, and the sale of 67% of the
At ow $1.3 -:-.on -: y7 and $12.- 3tares of the National Commereial
T 1iU V i :.:; 0'-..- : rces. It is B Wak.
peected that 6.6 m-iion will be re- One Way Or The Other
-ived i grants. ^ The C'~ : is 1 7-fitalso from the sale of
cl: a to 60,000 Fr l Govern:m ts t
.- four '..-unts total $2.2 r-. !. :, properties (quarj -'- ; :!E eighth-of-an-
...i sum -hi : :-. yu d tx be acre lots ) t-o n--,_ w-ho now- occupy, --
tpossible sale' of :d .:d ; 1hil:

In hs reu:"-.'si- ': t:" the House, .t.- .otels have t "--- erected.

.ba..C: t ll-1.0:th C-;-,.: 1S @vel-pmat P l Peaj See BUDGET Page 3
!, 5 --. ... T

P les *. 2 Budg-t .I


Customs &: :-:** '
Taxes ,-, .


-- ... _.-
P:a:'-- -& f G v.: ss
*s;-. _--.s ments




Sa1- L&: --- Lancd
& :-';-:' .-_.i:: led Assets

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Re-u.T- .t Expe:- ..:ture
(r-. G'- 'a

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:$61575,000
,5,998,787
.4.4 "- 4
r. --1. 4 -" 2 %
10,340.2'3


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( 0.3%)**
( I l .'**

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(76.6%?**


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Jl -: :~ $J91 44:.4...^ j


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-i Gre.aaNsLer .- S day22 Febrry 992 Page 3

Recurrent Revenue


17 *E on Ir: 6- & Profits $9,340,000 595*
.axes on -*:. pert.y 4,055,000 2.5.-%*
ST.i:: 2.: x !it.:.: Trj.:.-;actions ## 48,1. 2 30.71'--4 I
; -- s* ..:-- : ,-~ational Tra. -:1! -, :, : -.-. . :- S,, .1 $1 5 20 1.5 1:



S74. 4,2 10, 000 2 .95%**

.T - .. ---. .. I 0 -, : 24.06%I
415 ;,.,.5 2.89 ,C

r+ 10,000 0_7.'

i :.-, asi 0: R -,ipts 2,630,233 i 0 *
b* :- : .: ",, -t ? 700.206 4...4%**
cele- 690.000 4.7o.- 14.545.002 .5E***
$ 17 1,203,2 11


..+ ** e o,* -f $171,2 ",-- / + 5 i :'To-', _.:: Recu.-rr ,t R venn ".
f W4


La l"u .. Added Ta., Busin-ss LS- ', Licenc-s, .ot! Occupancy Tax, et-c, etc.
Import Dut, For Ehan Ta Perol Ta--I '.-c: etr: '


Capital pr 1 to be : tak-: include
+"- I :1- of '-.O ter reservoir fac i i.

Ss : of nw rsr

back-+14r and pre-priL:- :.:. .


jCarracou cai.:l tis inciv.--:; c : .tF '.C:ion



:Educ-ti -- -ccc..ats for -EC32.3
million or S11ofrtfe total xecurreat.
budget o EC171.2 mi., c Heal t -
i.-s allocated ECS22 9 million, ,
-i, a sQ will absorb EC16 ilion
9, nA Ministry of Wors EC 12.2
3ril.ic, 7 .q


for Per-.-:.-i:-, and a note Vn t" 1992

.makes pr : -i-::.. for e.: c i:r:c.. 0. ti.e
- ? af I R. i* -: : policy


auction E the Value Added Tax (V AT)
from 30 25.5". r Uan said.


does not apply to f-el. motor v vehicles
h ..-. -e' -1:'y electrical fit .ig.., beef,
ham, tobacco ::, d turkey and chicken
e tii:- :..-..:1- or legs.

ori
PlegSm cBUDGET Pae ~4


Thie GCrenada

NEWSLETTER
Founded 17th Augut 1973
I ^ ^451st Issuei
COLe ITA UIUVEWRWtY
A IA MOORES CAEOT AVARBD 1984
Suk:cripti ot Rates
Payaeble In Advance
i i~itaPge Paid Bry Second Class Airmail
(luIllad PoIn Grenada)
EC$ [J$.
10 lOas1 $115.00 $ 430DO

SIsi ses $207O 0 77 -0
J IM-*es $390.00 $14630
SAboat 20 Isses Pablisied Annually









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: i.. effe t f- r .m :.T;-:y.A -st 1. 92, sof.. .

A - S%, the Mii-rof
| .... said. T .-: i ,' de :,.e:eals, :"':,
: an: PC ":- a s putry, e` xcptbacksand
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tfit ut-be *r. e in mind.. the.

...said, e-.t '- t -: any o. :. ~. .
impr f -: . a Cari ean

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jE $ 40, 000


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9if ;- b ....d to"


!.:re ie n p is. --'- -"


'will Ie -

" -ut Iif a.l iome .rnrs in the private
and puLlic. -- :. total of l6,li41, Tr..
Bri::a1said,"'54,or6,72 -will,:'y 0no levy

annumLii. I -;.ty-tw,- percent o- 3,62 1
will pay th. ratePeas ft- B ., ..te 5is,
r' *"- Please Se BRIZANT are 5


Recurrent Expenditure


333,6?-
:-' 2

4 3 9 1
,- . .
690,--44 i


,170 1 17
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573,009
732,451













:3., 449

30o.944


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0.39.M .) :


Public ; -r". i -.- OT- r .-:iJ :1 $T
AV::.- o of Public Pr4--,- A -:

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Pnt
7- .' -'-. Over ..-

Post Office 1
ue a -'--;:t of lt. re.

outi A.ffairs & .port .

Security & Co-oper". t "-- 2.
....:. L = :- of Tourism, Civil
A v ._" ;. o:': : '. : Aff:'!": 4-
..... &.... W -. icr.e.. 5
.... .::+, of E. ._ -.::_ ... ...is ),

& Fi--:-'-: ,es ,-


Public ;."; es 12,
Police 14,






$177,


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-t- a- f:70!
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.e -- .. .......-,- 5 ..,iih 9 -.,u, t pa ovid t -e for -. :.-ition
---- -- ~---- r. r_---4- --1 l :-..S f t1Ti-rpla
mereased "-.g t top n ..- .. ...

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(0.66 )
(0.755)

(0.97%)
( 1A.'i_) 3


( 1.69%)

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( 6.o05)



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(36. 13 )
(18.2 1%)


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TI Gr ci.av Nvk tter q.turd- y 22nrd February 19 2 Pag 5

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'"I &ant &l tflhgm th-ta


LR EITH 1 MITCHELL UPOL T-
| .l La..-. ; of the .....~.ional.
| -',Party:: .) and member o f the-
Si-a 4Opposition i i. 'Gr : d a a Ho -t
f Rase aati., said n an i interview

in.undertal-: important. f:.::-

: -" -.;


Warietya of -rofessional licenses and
hih will be repla wth a single


:I-- ea, ar -1
T.a. .. t --measure will, be a Trade Li ', he


v 100i000 per annum. r

Mr BDri a. said-: I- l-.:nal Demor.: :, :.

npo -;' for the. last 2 0 -mont-h.v h' sa.r-
a a ve




*- a .i and 1o :ait-r : -
-mistration could have -:i .;- - h.


A ': ":"- tion
Health
rO- ,,. .

nT:: ": 4-~i ---::.::ture


Agr++", ic.ult-ur-e
Iilil"-, .,,,--^;-,mre


t to, do, hbuit htj Lanow
fveto tv du"


These <: -.-:.s stations El':e, '.tv-_t Dr
Stch : c:.-- ..-e "r-:-i"iity of chaos" I
in !'r- .: Ia brou ._"t oa by tle p.:. iisies of a
w Democ-ratic C:,.-r .... (NDC) i
Go-er- -- -. of Prime Minister Ni.:-l:l:
Brta.- ite, and he had air' --Iy found thie
Grenada ChO. : of IiidL-.::'y & Com-
';i-, :-,"' J rm :' rT... ptive" to hlis views.
P -a.e S MITCHELL Page 6


Th Minister said :DC aA to contend
-wihl a "h i :-, irresponsi-ble and un -
, t tic press" '""s i ;:i' behaves as if the
19 90 election -. _::_;>aign h?,_ ri- !.'ecended. j
NDC has also had to contend with an I
eq:. _y, "hostile, irr- onsible ando un-
patriotic" tio has -
...able .to swa:- ow its defeat in th- r
S'". ele : : .
Mu.t Go On For r I

ts t.day is ot-'.*: rd .:4-.'.er but 'r -
1a power", he .ida, rty
;-.r: party i W i:; ut.- Gr- nada
tia .'_- c uit fot ev r."





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ture S-y sectorr | !

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4 17a000 ( .0I) j


1 7 7 1 9,ti j

567,652 ( 1.13%)
$1.2,3 00 ( 2.60%) I

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23,9 0.6,07 ( 2553%)



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Clurc -es, Ia:' --': .aSociati: r; ?sn' stud -
4'.t :..:i.s, the Political Leader said, a .nd
'- thought if trhl unions ....--:. a serious
1.s.t- .d". G- -r- :- t w ill :!-. 7n.

I '.
I a 't telIthem w a t to doh e s 4
i'but they kniow what they have to
do.. You do everythi g in steps, and,
if the Governmen_ t is not listening,
Then .they have the necessary tools
available.to them to aakie th-? Gov-
!ernment I: --n.


.... t :. at_ :. Dr M it :h+- :.-_ _

Cai of tBte 19 2 S r::::


jpl. .Ar Tie Y_.
I dget indicates, D itc '

sa,,, th at G no e -a.: s aig p "- \. *

Snu- He d sscribs- d that l ,il- --- '



f 4a iTh- + .--r



,-n .- f e.: ~- ,~.~ U-
-.':e e taxes :-r'-.u:aily- L: use i -: -
-re choked out of ir -- ..:;. :it act v E .
... ^L-_.e are less and ,--: : peop- e in t ie




J,-
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r :"ell,-m -i." you.-hav a.
.,-9_tio- al ----:?_,- a-=" ty- if-'
S ::c L.-- to look or
9 ways t fo -r:-ir sccaon0 f






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Saa~r~Ia~Z~nd F.rmrv 9~


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the oticalu A- :-r prdi .d this move
' ii e.:. ... :tr t..' -. in r -:e un-
,eploym

'I am not co,,vinced that a tax on
incomes is necessary', Dr Mitchell
said. "If you have .csnomicactivity,
the Value Added Tax (VAT)can bring
in a lot of revenue-.

TL-. Political Leade. r : .'..: critical also of
Gov. ..-it's hand. : of 't.at e ... alled
the Carr ..:,u Tr. i1.

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Carria:ou, sitre:.d some 20
.... .. oi to'. .rt st, andi

"Eri,'- v D:'-i .7 r '-:folas
--- "v. Brat.. .aite, l.as ,..-. trad-
,: I.tit allyv, a pro. -. to the,
:'L'i m ci e .
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,- - -. - - -
-' .; ,-':u n i d' art C a.. rr a.u


This deve.p.. ^';t.is 1. :.-.; seri-
_s ad.:. -s. effects ,::. '-:: ..i..:..- te ... : ,
and Dr Mitc .ell said -Go.vernment so!

cause ar..c :iultiv. n gotoitiePrime


The Poli ::- r:- -r said the annual loss"
of Go---:- .i'. .-.t revenue throug- Carri-

Wlie :ihe 'ai- !. ot-' .... it.i: E ,ble to sta p



!t is ot -- .ugL t tigt-.. p on

- i .. ... over e t st.
re -d.c- ethe- incent'.ve given the
stn_ .,er by the *-i~de gatp in price
bet',-- s'...-ae smuggled gc.ds ad




Community he said tha.t gap must be
PRa~g MITCHEL L Pa^ ?








SThe Ganada NeasAlttr Saturday d Februaa l9a2 Page7


o SUM Af f e ald- with
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Ag ENA --' DEREK ENIGHT,-
-.,- -'s :C , '.. ... the u

'-=" Co,' sitting in' Grenad. on
,- tuary 1C ,- .. that":: :- d God that
i ,Court of Appeal is of a differ-l u
---r from the CourtS of Apeal ... "..
opiratr:'G:rena -:rto Gr la 7
j uF :. court .

1,-- *.-.. su- eired with :,n .i I
Appeal Court which bar

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S.. ..r,--h 1979.. Peop; Revolu-io-. .
ut. ih r- -edin eectunllast

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f?.. .. ~"- :--- 4. f.-. T - w i t, e ,.

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a -'---" f-. people to take to the


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nAppe Court wtisrk
ntwa t if ren- for


--rs- to tlihe fact .t-, the Gr-n ov-
m- nt:: r" -. to --.y "1- .T. s- of the I
.ppeal Court of the Gr-i Suprfi-
U t in additi.:. to -: retain-. : f i
. su.m .of U :0.000 for del. .:-. of)

h I'-rder Ar -e
Cprepmny Of WelcomI
T.is sitting 0f the Appeal Court on Feb-
ruary '-:, was :r-'-: ric. This j
.-h. first time that Court
,,, \ h.-- sat in Gr+-:,.:,.: since the |
revolAution of 1.: lth

i I: _:-t-i -:t i itha
4 :. - ,- _. 4 .. .. o -
._. -., ::.:-t for a ceremonyrv
.- -- ,01 wel.:._.- :for tie
.44-


!r rIij These ws were
-Mr Vincent Flo*.e-
sac. Chief JuIc- of t- OECS Su-
reme Co-uit, Gre ad'-t.rn Miss
M.dica J_ ep- :ajd Mr Denis Byron
who -,,-a seeded from the OLECS
S' -pm- Courtto th Gre ada Sup-a
rm. Court to -:.duct, in the Gre-
S,-ia H tt h Co rt, t. e Maurice Bishop
M der-Trial

f--._ator .:.-._:t ,was not sc.. -- : .le- to
sp.a.k but took t D flooD a:c b to tc-1 the
'.,-- : *:.- t o me.. . of .- ,"I nl Bar"
S'" b.:;"' .:-s.--) had ...:. invited to

1ts re &--
It as iis :: :..-rSta.:-:. .. o said, thatf
- ceremony had been :--":_ .;.ed by the
Chi.ei -. tar and it was his f -'.i:s; that,
11 te .- -- w, elcoming the ju the- .
Bar shou, have arrn'-4 '. ceremony. I



.told .- ...1 . ..? w -ate -er ad.i:: e
t.ey ;. .t and dow- n to :-:.. pract-
_____Pse See COURT Page 8


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The Grnarday 2d


tio it .'uWd fall on -: 'r :- ,:
.:ess th: practitioners rei: tihat
ati "--a : ; ti t it -:
only to her purse:s.

{Addressing Court, ter Tilman



is a" d' --- 'a. 'a... ...^ th -' .-rr .
iCiurt. Ti ere is "" . .he said ael- rivingd




iroofof th :.-. t nu.tipli L . tof
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ich shouVI con -

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-- -.-.- . -a .. - 4-. :-
Bar are -. i, ularly
o rned .o :. .:. a ---- of issues-



-? of these, ,,.Pr-sit--vt said, is.
eq ie t-logof cas a.
i ... e ig. : Ui t. j 'y ---..c.lts,



^ard a ow, lie continued, are thos
^.ied f. 1: :," S d befo re ,

|Anot :- mat- r --'!:!:! is even L::.;,e
_ "_'-i --3, he- said is the H-.-. ,ion said, :*-


.ecur-.;, he:;-_. :, and the *-. ...- on given is-
t .-ere is :.- High Court -_.. .-_f on the,
R --gist:ar's staff.


s--ients -.:u :r _- y lawyers gets ..;e-
| n f, t --: the judge'. ... c:.:. ot be


-executed. - re must be, h said, three|
S -. h :red .. -: iir.ent- in the 3
g.. try* .-itin_ to be executed.



increase in t-he number of app-:. re- i
~r-d {-o be heard by r. ..^ C.:.irt of





p --.--. I- Q |
Rap-d Gr eh jen

litigation, he s- : a i::,::ti:l>': Btion of th- '
numv-: of -a-tin; barristers dd an g
m er-- _.? - in -- .- i.::j;: -:. : r- of, J.-. -- .:: :i : |





.....S ... n ease I the
bmer of hdges
of the Appeal





...... s '..... the
-. Courts if not thief
r'-I iO C h

.-,, d h i-
>- _,- ... ... ... ...-. to m.e: t
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The *Yres.: iys tt tf tme w-ichrt it h '*- f-
-e- ....n .... s'7-.:1 t 'i: '-.1-- 1 2 =:-- Id

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- te ,ro '-:-T of J-


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.7.... .d by M
-..- -g V r .v ible |

met. .--: ji of the Co 9-'rt o Apr -l will|
.., -: :ed-to: ;e, itF: ii-e to have!
two. divsio.s. of t..e. Court sittf.f in to,
islands it nh? same time.

T .-.- C ie uJ.:!; said 7. C. .: Supreme
Court --- -,C-'-t -and the Court of
Appeal- will accord to all Co n'-" ail the
cirtesy and assistaf-e to ,i' i... th.y anre
-title and return -ill : n: l of
Co. :.-_ e the ['-..- level of civility to:-
-w-i:>ers of ".- judiciary and the t '= :
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or. o-ian-eie- E io-- e said th
opm-t is probubl t' 4W -ast e ffrt int t is
l -e tu-. to re.l'ec d.is ss what wi"-
happevm w i..h Juk pltAel

k.R A.'FAEL MORENO ending a three-day FAO sub-region.:1
| -c':tant Director -V--a' 0- 1 -7 Fi- 1eriesF F-: p ttion W iEin
..of .e Food & A- rculture Tl he usi. ..... E ..- ,;:. s said the
I:._ -"-:.---Dion (FA: -.Did at ame :l- i Gr -:..d.. although it -ia.,'
a ress .: -inGr aon Fb- s-c orientation, -as clearly min ine
uy 1o 100 of eatery for Rio Con
1,State have indicated t_-: inr.- tin to foe---_
at -,. the orld Conf- .ce on En-
ivir, .,-,..t & elop... ta, An ,er pr. rat y -ev he s....:l, is a
|p::--'.-: -i '.- -- .ne_ -. FA which 'ill take pla:e ir

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p a v
IC -:' : centur- in o.-_-. to r and

S watisgong to ppen'1 the
1;. f:-::-. are affecting :- wa.L~y um

Vexlotortunfortj'tely~ ; *::









S-r oi

s: Mor -:.eat aa et th, puGrenaia
j Ielia1 ion t -*- the 4_urt. ano l
I C urt.

,the 0:--:.,t to e:- .",cise its ir-.:"'ii ar
| powers *-- .- s -.:4T,--. or .-y mm -

__ __ .-- -... -.
itFH gs's':ti--asg~1^ ^ ef r.- ^ ---.


.t -. ..-- then to disc. ,: th- views a1l L
ideas relative to it.. io C: :-ference.

Also 4I:. ,r"! the-re is to be e nther
pe .: ory meei::; in :.-'ii-o, Chilei
:.-- nations of the- ... Caribbean a,:d


l .ft of the Lr il position on
: .u ture, fisheri, r-estry and
utr.tio._n at the Rio Confer..-:x-.

Mr M.eo, whoisFAOeugi0onalRep-
resentl.--tive for Latin America and
the Carib b said tha in the world
today, responsibiiiy for the en-
viroum-tis not liiited to the Gov-
,eriments. Itis thersponsibility
.z uma beings, he said. j

"We :' .--:i -to e i~ .-: .- .fi-um pre-
aut .. : i, "Today, we cannot ply
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The Grenada Newsletter Satuirdav22d February 12 P 10
I U ;.l .___ A n l, e

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Co Lst ruard must ensirT- thatt thase peiopLv

possl a tlskRU to OW, s-ALbU of Our suvizuj
A-s vsv use oCr be&atSifl itsLL A us ar
rkiusshiip is t puote
EL!VRING THE FEAT- -- 1 -" he E.:, "Our Coast Guard
ure':Idress on February -*. :'t:: ensure that the::. people
9that t!: f rmal ope n- who po se a threat to the stab-
in, of the Coast Guard t f our s, ..-.:,- mdo .: i:.' -. i
'n Gr.. ...'s -""---beautiful island as a trans-
-,-. :'', .-


-*..":::nh,: :? r :-"--. .: f :. that ;
b use.. of re' .:l- -op-
! on .li- internati:-- .
. -r -, the Gr d :da Coast Guard
no .:-er has to con-::. -'': on.
protecting the island from
possible military f ^\-:-:R 1: hv :- -
t-rnal forces.

"One of It greatest dangT!; r
-*.:ich C,:-itb- ?--.' :-: col r NH
fce t:" day is is nvask: by *. ,;- ,.-.-


,-

N I W

mhLA -_b AT.WAY


SIt is e- :. ti,- duty of the C.-:e t
S'ard b l.-pGra..:-. develop
.utimllion -ii- iit'7 by
L Lf":+" that the w+ .-: of the
.; :- ::J do not ,:-:.,.-r,, a hunting
rou:ud for for@f-ig trawlers, the
-rime "Minst-: said.

.rL thie : -': . .A ., Mr
j Brath' -?t- s id th- Coast
PIae Set COAT GUARD Pame 11


F A.O F;om Pa-' 9
with the fragi ity of planet

W.ith r --eference- to .the G-. -U.i
" "+- _':,Tor -.' said one of t- e ...1 ;u : .. -: -;


.EE.) of the :. ::..-.... of L- :- 0 : = ._
:.'. from its a a i.::* a .. aries.

M Dificult zea
S.-- ".- --eson, : FA; A-v er
'.:ti ?n.-.:a in Rome i.:.:l 1.:-ft at theI
r ee^i [.-,saidtheC.. ribt Ar- -:" .,t

' :h to delimit the EEZ.


S- said, anditwilleL 105delit .ti. ::;


here are now very -.+l-tive --:otiat^-
aios. taking 1.: i said,- dit ficuit <'.--::
-lio t:,.-..4: ts:-..'.-e Columbia and
-:' -.-.. ?81 between Ven, :: 1 and
|T mid :. And for the Eastern Caribbean.


Se n to

-- -,--:--. ..s :- Ed a ,lesn wsai- ist of

tlbl, I:l.J I ut. s *, far, .: is no inrication
t it ..... . r: E.:

that mat. course is .:-i t.r-: in the
:- Very DifJcult
it is -'" to be verV (-"^ ,L:'-i;^ to resolve
-1- matt-r of ;,f- .ia tio of b :.:?d-aries
. ...- : .. e said. He t:il: it
S"" be a i-', !,. time before the n. tter of
Cari"" .-..." 2" nal ......i.. is resolved.
The pot iIs :;::1 ;..::.l-,", he- a d. and he
:oubfs w .'--r'.+" there will ever be


Tle :.: *. c .: e of the L:-:nd.-j
meeting ws to determine most
lase See FSe PAgej I


Our
who ?J


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The Grenada MevslAeter Satarday 22nd Febr"uary AW2 Page i


R JAMERS KANE1 ASSIS- T4he A-_ 't Dir:tr de lV d tIo "i



tant Director Airplane Sales details of the offer to LIAT but said the
"of.iti:he Aer..:pa ncorp- lElriris Artispac offer is highly cirh-
et, a United Stat.e sub- petitive and as o -.: as or better that
sidiFry of r:t..-? Aero..pce PLC of anytl'ir, else LIAT may have been
iBritain, said at a press conference ined
St.Vin.;.t .:, F-ti.-uary l4th that his Discu sions WeBeingHM -
..:i.paty: -_ .-.:. an offer to LIAT The demonstration flig t G-.;-s part of a
which that :iille .:. ur.he said,
1tn1n:..trefus and on t hat tour'
Si' -.,- ;co..feren ,-kls were
SWe :eieeV li-e.r L1 -i!, held with
lan airline is look- all Governments
i. at reequiping wich have
youhavetolook at --t.r-: in LIAT.
the l:,' term,. he to
~s.id 1.:!, Ve to The aircraft on
ibuy i airft. demonstration
which is a !Ing BfITIrS A.,oPtC ,..._-- the British
Tr-- inve.4-...a 'ADYANCE_ TU.RBOPROP A-:c 4- 64-
v~uI -.----
.-,, tyou I..-,kilE _.i-,t Ad'.:a n,'ced
about a Turtboprop (ATP)
con-siderable amount of money. .,.1 Mr Kane. said the sale price is US$13
Demonstrationh Flit million which figure includes some ex-
The press conference took place at t -tr.
V::i..:Irt's E T .... t-, air ,,rt fol'. i:2 ,
"i-"onstratilon ht t..r. G :..'s *Part of the ,,... we offer is that
ioint a*linUn. Into-: ti:-n.rl Airport. P'lae See ATP Pa~e 12


I FAO From Page 10
effective mechanisms for m.::mini n
the benefits to be obtained from
isustainablie fish -eryr-:our:- wit:: r
Sthe EEZ, 1-.:it ::... ..: n ., :t_"i-i tai
effec:t: on the envir,'':'-t.

& :",uint'i es repr--".e:ted at the in'e- '-i
] -.-, JinaM d iti: to Gt r.li:.a, Antigua,
the B..hr Errba. L Be ize
D.-mii ica, G n J im.i:-.. ,St Lucia, St.
i: St Vincent.. S`. i, n : and Trinidad
Tobago.

Also prernt .'erre.rer ntati'.-- of
the C.._ i .::ean Coimmunity (CARICC-r I)
and the Or ni t ion of E, .t Caribbean
States (Cr ).
9"**^*^ '-^gs rad -s ..s?5^7^


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COAST GUARD Frm Page 10


Guard must raspc.nd quickly to distress
signals, r.ially when tlhoe siiral.
...,m::4 .-in Grena;i's t-rrit r :.:i l waters.

'We expect you, like Boy Scouts," he
said. 'to be prepared to respond
immediately to the call in the event
of.,a natural disaster:"

-, n-ii_; on this occasion, Mr Michael
Ba' -1:n Head of t.h- B-iti *:;D r-'lo-nt
.:..i'.- ..in the Ea-t rn Caribbean,
sta,.. l ted in F.rt .: -, said ri:.nstruction
of the C.a': Guard I.:: had been
fin-an--- by 3a. F : 'nt of nearly one
million pound'- sCtrliS1g.
Please gee COAST GUARD Page 12


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The Grenada Nevsletter Satuday 22nd February 1992 Page 12


ATP From Page 1
|tr:;ini:: ..cu: .z..r supportand prow'ion
-of-rice . -neer,:r are included in the
".rice", he "e-, .

+The purt-ha, e or a new
of ir:1 t will

: res, Mr Kane said,
Hbut the sales pak:,*age
i .-- be tailored so
|that the t .h in-
,estm.-nt will be kept
o rrainimnum

7 1-ATP is powered b-
i-Prat.t & '- .-. .-

j2,5 hor Fvower7
ani can be ont-
f'ured to rtyany *7 1
number of --
.er-, t.etv--,en 60,
-nd 72 -- ,-ei
*-, ~n-.. cargo
:.- =

..r.:i.. to British Ae.r-.-,
space iiteryaure, theATP's "n,. i': --
-oop'ri.nt is less t :-: one-fiftl of a
Jiodern twinrtet aTPilir;- and, bec-u of
;thilow r-oi. "" airport,:,,: nitie.s
wuoid--.eet ATP flights as a '"quiet


A .: aying the aii"caft .End presentI
attl:epr - l ...rf. --.e-- -,- Mr- '. he 1Jolle .,
Vice F silentnt v uic Affairs of British
Aer -.-'.c Incorpc.rW,- s..id this is the
second time the ATP hlas
1een taken to the
Sr Est rn Caribea n on
S ..l :,.-nstrt ti-.rn. "the
first tiT JE being.g in
- ,vyaRet 99r 90.
i Aircraft Was Flovn
PT -u, ,..,, t nt sales
St?'ir was mr.-ne ex-/
..sive, he said, and
.-- t, rted when t le
-.: ::raft was flo.wn
';a 7,V U united
S:i: .'om via West
A .frica to T a Palo


IB Flyi..r,:.ortL -rd.Rio
.. 1 .nlro wo.ms visited
:.e: Salvador, Guyana,
.::, r.::-, Trinidad and


Mr Jo -.: d thetu..r :2.%uldtake the ATP
to all the. major CarinL:..e An islands
in u.:iin'. [amanca.


COAST GI.RD FrmiPge 11
.ot :." ly + :- .. the -.. ion r..-m.:
Smp 'ti-n of a new Coast Guar .I Base
-re", he said, but it also marks
T.p! etionofa ; jO r British initiative to
iupS.port the indivJidu2a: East Car~bt ;-
.* to'rx'::m ii-, .xd the R e:.-l
security "stem (RSS), by provi.:~1
i-odern shore fa cities in ..::1 of th" si
st "-0 '-n et .E.i s :.f theOr- -ii'?atioi of
ast Can bt-..n States (OECS)."
The S pport P provided
The grant to co-oer the six-island proi-.:

Bawdeasi...m a.:i tion ',: hrehas
_-, t sup ; : -.-; : i L the officers
to Royal N .yv .,.v. .rk-i with the Coast
uards in ?' the island: of the E?-.
. t n^.-n.,w ih the RSSHe.-.:1:- frt ---
n .. . .. .. .
C. i:-.:t Guard F.ss. repre.o it a
subsni r f*: nmir trrant of BDrtih


te :i:iiC 1 l ...ihich it is 4'p- d will en-
able ,_- ....- .:tGuards t throughout the East
C:-'ri1t -e. to be able b tt r to achieve
ti-ir : ntinuing oti--.:tive of mrn-itime
policing, he said.
Each Of The Countries
Thie _.:-:. .tsfor ,- c.-: _. Guard 3.- -have
.--.\, in -. .. tion to the bi-.lter2_ ,Jevel-
-op.- --'. p : rnii+:. which Britain has
-ith each of the countries of :i East
.Carii .:: _.T. Ba-.:.:en said, :nd in
G ... the bi-l jteralr.r -,r.n:-.e totals
Suta million and a t.L..f pounds sterling


SCoast Guard vessel the "Tyrell Bay,.
:.-; a gift ,.; :in 1 b to the Govern-
ment of Gren :,i-3 by the United States
O,*.vernmtenrt.


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NEWS W
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Toys From China For


Children's Homes.


|T '' -:.nted y-,,Pvv.T. :t^ i l:*w ofTr-,s
.:"':if,'-': Marine Company of !,e- Reput-i:
of China on Tai, -, -*-re pr,-- -. this
Imonith to thr- children's .r~ --.. in
Grenada.

The pre-:ntations rete mr'.-de by Mrs
|.:- Liu, wife of th- Chine.+ A'r:. ---
dor to Gr, :.:. and the children's
ihom_-; are T:heKeE.l-nl.H..rie.,Sap: ill,
,H:..A :'.r.:1 the Q ',-.1 EL- ...:.eth H,..m -.

[:,- Liu also pr --.ted 1_50 Ibs of ',i:!
po .I.zI to -of" the Homes.

A .i.:: to a release from the C- i.-:..
": -.;-'=, F-:.ruary i.s the m".onth of o -
Ci -- New Year and it is a tradition that
Cthe Chinese ren- .-:ber the less Io: t-.1n .: te
while ...- ting L Si most imp-ort ant lt
festival of the 7e.-::-.


iSt Louis Calls for More
SBananas

Tih i Eujre-;..+ ? E:.. '...:,t ic Community
.E' ) h.s, _-:_red t' e Gr-n...i:: (:-.,rn-
ment that, after thie Europ,-.:e Cr.,:,1a:,
S',Tarket ,: :.r:-- into effect xt y ,r,
r ,-*E i s ,-: ,:"; crop will ,::.titue to
re :eie the protection it now ennjo :. 0n
'.-- British tM-arke.',


i:- -.e (GIS) I .Ti-::ter of Agri-
|~cultr, Mr Phinsley St U i: rl- this

dared C.-. a f er- i-b r ::i .:on trol of
\sm+. t ciT ,.= :,1- T +'1- :";" attacks i 1.. I. .': Pr. -


i: i::k -l : -n ..T:, -* .ti ., .... i .., P
!l, a called for a3n imcre:7-. in


iBetween o C.30..:i 1991Ihe said, bsn.:n.?
output had f:. by 8,1000 tofns and, lor
':Cl vewntea tosseanot A 00 acres
i :. .,. +I;I _I -


Pawpaw Disease On
Wane


A spokes. : r: for the Car': .-an Agri-
t.. : _'. & Developmert Institure
(C.RDI h:-- advised the G-c-ernrent
Information e-i":~- (GI'S) that there!
are Ti:::'? that Erwinia disease. "bunchy
top. w.:.... at-, :k; t-he pr-:. .,w plant,.
is lessen-il i d7n intent'.|

Late st year, CARDI reported that|
meth :*-:9 used. to co:t:..:. tlis dise.-.. had
failed ,t a-.:cordi:n to GIS, the Nati.:.ni
Mar-' .-. &: E-porting Be ?. which had I
noted a de,: i nI in e:inports, now reports an
-;:,, -*eas of 10% in Ja : ,:. v j

Ai. .:T-!!:c. to CARDI, Er,.*.i-:- is carried by
..n..-blown !l.ir? iand farm.--r have been
: :-ij:..ed to p.7:1 the crop only in areas
with pre-e.:_in0 -..- :i shelters. j


ACP-EEC Assembly In
Dominican Republic

,:-t.r Ti'r.- Thomas and Parliji,-
men"'ry -"-:etary in the ministryr y of
A- ..:::.ture, Senator e.-t:: Noel, repre-
sent,.ed Gr ,-: -?- at the i th Se- i.ion of
the Af rican, C.i' t> .ni & Pa.:.ijp,: Count-
r -:/Eur E-. :.r.:or:' Community i
(AP.C/,EC) i,-- t A.r : y held in the
Dor:.iin.: *:- Republic from 17th to 2 1st
February.

A:..."i-::ii; to ".h Gov-rn'. .: t Inform-
ation Cer'-ice, itms on th- a-genda for
thi-. '' i ni i.:-.:..:... h -m1n rights
and deve .lor:rit.-. .With r':e ,:.t to
Plea S NEWS WIORTS Page 1


The Grenada 1Ne -stter


HORTS

of -.. cu. ri -1

Concer,:- m:-. die-.-:-, Mr St Louis
*said r- -:- ch work is .*ntinX ing butit is
:.,i Ly tdat :-. :.:.-e l -ver be


In he f --- of that act, he ~- -i, there is
great need for farmers to i:-. .igiant.


Saturday 22_d Febrwary 1992




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