Kingston Gleaner, June 21, 1968, Page 51

Kingston Gleaner

June 21, 1968

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Gleaner, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1968, Kingston, Kingston THE DAILY GLEANER, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1968 PAGE TWENTY-THREE (Continued from PAGE 22) 3ft. Motor Cars For Sale KARAM BROTHERS SPECIALS 41. Auto Parts Repairs 47. Legal hotit.es One Stake Truck Body. Good As new. Apply Murair Baracatt. Poms. No- I39 CHEVROLET MPALA, CHOICE OF 2, VERY GOOD CONDITION ACADIAN INVADER, CHOICE OF 3, AIR-CON- DI..ON, FUlrliY EQ.UIP- 1 PED, BOTH IN VERY GOOD COND. RAMBLER REBEL VS. COU GOLD, R.H.D., FULL POWER, VERY GOODl OONIX IMS CHEVELLE MALIBt. R.HD.. COL. WHITE, MILES. IBM VAUXHALL VICTOR 101 SUPER, CHOICE OF 3. BOTH IN VERY GOODl OJ' COND. W6 RAMBLER CLASSIC 770, R.B.D.. STD. TRANS., 12.MO MILES BUICK SPECIAL. COL. GREY. VERY GOOD CON- C DITION. (MS BDICK SPECIAL, COL. _ GREEN, LOW MILEAGE, s VERY GOOD COND. 1K7 CONSUL CORSAIB FLOOR SHIFT. COL. GREEN. VERY GOOD CONDITION. JM7 FORD ANQI4A, COL. GREY, LOW MILEAGE, itc. ii VERY GOOD COND. IMS LAND ROVER PICK-TIP, 4 COL. GREEN, DONE 21.WO 42. Bicycles Cycles__ Motor 47. Legal Notices__ IN THE MATTER Of HEOLAH ESTATES LIMITED in ticulars of their debts or GET AHEAD GET A H U N D A i SVir scJicitore Used and reconditioned models LOW DOWNPAYMENT EASY TERMS tary Uqnldatkm m e ip b r winding up AND IN THE MATTER of tt panics Act 1965 NOTICE IS HEREBY that the creditors of the above- named company which i i being wound up voluntarily sre re- ouired on or before the 2 tth day ol June 1988 to send i) their names and addresses and 110 par- quired to send farucuiart, on uicn B Com- Vlaims duly authenticated to ETHEL WILSON the duly quali- fied Administratrix of the Estate of the abovenamed land the names and addn sses of any) are by their solicitors or ally to come In and prove------- debts or claims at such t. ne and place as shall be specified TITLES LAW OFFICE OF TITLES P O Box Kingston 13th May, 1968 45. Lost BULBS. And lots more choose from at: to b 190 ORANGE ST. PHONE 26152 MANDEVILLE r PHONE 2559. Ready to drive away. HONDA SALES COMPANY, T55 HARBOUR STREET, PHONE: 25258, KINGSTON. D 24 undersigned John Cecil Wi man of Street. Kingston, the of the said c jmpany and if so required by n >tlce in writing from the said llquidatoi .._ person- he said me and .in such notice or In default there rf they will be excluded from th bene- pleci fit of any distributoln m idc be- fore such debts are prov :d Dated this 10th day of Jj ne 1968 JOHN CECIL WI mal All claims nj or will be paid in full. PURSUANT to Trustees, torney and counts and Cap. 395. (Ac- General) Law 650 BSA Lightning Under Miles. Bright metallic plenty of Tel. 24606 office hoars. D. 221 IN THE ESTATE of HOG 3 BAK- Strayed from 1A Long Lane Six weeks ago. dark grey male RINGTON BURTON Wood Park, Pembroke the Parish of 8mln tete of Ban, in Mary, Finder, deceased, Inti state. ALL PERSONS bavins against the of thrneys, Ex inat any reaBon w' _______ not be granted should send a writ- ten and signed statement of the facts to the Permanent Secretary. Ministry of Home Affairs. Klng- ]ston PO____________ 1'65 Skylark, factory Conditioned, fully equipped. For ALSTON PO in the Parish of appointment to Inspect phone I Clarendon, is applying to the Mln- 78618 late afternoon. Price isti-r for naturalization and that D 2541 any person who knows any reason why naturalization should not be ecutorss and and General) IAW IN THB ESTATE _ ____ MAK. GRETTK McMASTlER a 1 s known MAKD: ;TTB Me- MASTER and known MARGABBTTA of the Towns! ip of Tor- onto in the of Feel, Canada, and also f Anglla Running Branted should send a written and signed statement Of the facts to Phone 67118 nearest Land Rover 196S .20000 Miles No 1421 the Permanent Secretary, Ministry 1 TT___ T3 ft Kingston PO Hermitage D: in the Parish of Sa nt Andrtw, Nurse, deceafed. ALL persons having against the Estate of the above. med deceased who d ,ed In Tor- onto, Ontario, Canada the 27th day of July_ are here: short wheel bnse, 70016., Home 763916 t'or 41516 age.n In I ditlon Phone 4461 fi IMS Morris 1000 t in goo4 condition tftln.i 215 Molynes >1 1961 MOA 1600 Cortina 1500 700 fo n o 43118 after 4.30 p m Ave by required their claims ALFRED to send pirticulara duly auth nttcated top UNDER THE REGISTRATION OF one of the Attorneys Excellent Con- ation Wagon ISO 198? Cor- TITLES LAW orriCE or TITLES PO. Box 494. Kingston 29th April, 19SS. WHEREAS I have been satis- ______ to CLARKE. Estate in care of the undersignei fore the 15tb day of tugust 1968 after which date the a sets of the flpcl b> Statutory Declaration that trlbuted the clunllciUe of the Certificate of DATED Title for ALL THAT parcel of 11968. Estate of the deceased the 19th day of June DUNN. COX Sc uu >u i Etfin part of NUMBER FORTY-. Phone of SArNT ANDREW 48 Duke Street, Klnpfton. the Lot numbered "1961 VW E200. 42 _ 't Cottajte 2 off Eliztibeth Ave I Peel Hlll-i J Triumph Comertlblr n miles Fclephpnc 770541 t off the Finn of No 40B Chisholm Avenue aforesaid deposited in the: Office of Titles on the 8th day of June 1964 of the shape and dimen- Hootes Fargo 11 Scater Mlnl- bus LE-Ofl Phone tj-i035 44313 J.1 Oni- 1968 Bedford 1 ent c-onclltlOTi D 2000 miles Phore For diioi dirr (i 83188 4O. Driving- Instruction JUNE TO the and Plan hutting thereof appears by thereunto an- I nexed ind being the Innd regis- tered at Volume 1022 Folio 537 of the Register Book of Titles in the or rvnme of LUCIUS CI.ARKE BFEN LOST HAS to cancel tho an In Excel-1 to rcRlster a than duplicate In One Tipper 1965 power ste> nfi Phone NO 140 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend at or Tfter the expiration of fourteen davs f-om the first tppearanct or this advertisement Suit No. E.R.C. 1M TAKE NOTICE that day the 17th day of J ily 1968, at 10 o'clock in the. forei oon an ap- rd at the plication supreme win be he; Court Publi King Street. Kingston an oenaii oi RONALD RUSSELL SUAREZ and ESTELLE MAUD, hi i wife of Leas Flat. Red Hills of Saint Andrew for cation of the Restr enants affecting Lot 23 new listltutic E L THE PATENT LAW, CAP. Z83, the Plan part of Fore it Hills de- posited in the Office if Titles on fember. 1949 Lot regls- 'olio 6 and the lUh of Nov innd being part of th Mr. George Fatta oree nisi on the gro the1 crtion, against Rlicms has' 'idway of Port Maria. St M' Suit No. E.B.C. 104 of IMS TAKE NOTICE that oh Wednes- day the 17th day of Jujy 1968. at, 10 o'clock tn the forenoon an ap- plication will be heard at the Supreme Court Public Buildings King Street. Kingston on behalf of I STANLEY RECKOHD COOKE ol 92 Barry Street In the City and Parish of Kingston for the modi- fication of tho Restrictive Cov- enants affecting Lot 8 on the Plan part of Forest Hills deposited in tile Office of Titles on the 13th day of September. 1962 and being part of the Lot registered at Vol- ume 588 Folios 8 and 79. pend on securing this water f as at pres- Catherine. cho was represented bv ".loria Thompson Instructed OT "limbers and Bunnv Gordon of 12 Willowdenc. Spanish To vi ns granted a decree on 'n' round of "vnthjo Gordon of 59 Sundrm-" 'cent, Klnfston 10 V represented by Mr t1 Mulrhnmd, inttructed Ambers and Bunny Sihta Patricia Baker of Road, St Andrew ranted a decree nisi and m the (jround of dwertinn -pinrt Lincoln George BaVor S71 Giliro'-- Street. King-'ou Mas represented bv Mr 1 M Muirhead instructed F K Anderson Agatha Csmnnock. of 11 ir'erson Klngstor 11 i irsnted a decree nisi on tn'1 Qf cruelty, costs and of the child of tht? Clinton Gfo-i" address unkncrwn MI as represented Tlirl instructed T. N M. WlUougbbr. "''HereKa Evangeline Barrier o' "shortwood Road. St- granted a decree nisi and on tbe ground of dera- tion against Harold Anthoi N Barrier of 88J WaJtham P'I'K Road Kingston 11. She was represented by M" PURSUANT to tbe Trustees, At- and Executors Account! and General Law. IN THE ESTATE of HBNSLEY FFRENCB late of ZB Metealf Street, Dcnbam Tows in ttw parish of Kbnton, Plumber, deceased, tnteiiatc. ALL PERSONS having Claims against the estate of the above- named deceased who died at Port Maria Hospital In the parish of Saint Mary on the day of January. 1987 are required to send full particulars of their claim duly authenticated to the Administra- tor General for Jamaica. 139-141 Harbour Street. Kingston on of before the 2nd day of August. after which date the assets of the estate will be distributed Dated the 18th day of June, 1968. Silvers Sc Silvers of No. 385 Johns Lane. Kingston. Solicitors for and on behalf of for management personnel. JIS Allen: Better exam results Better examination results are being obtained in Jamaica, ac- cording to the Hon. Ed-win Al- len, Minister of Education. During the recent debate on the Budget in the House of Be- prfeeentatives, Mr. Allen gaVe the following information: The number of papUi for the GCE level Inatlon was lew than bat year; however, moro Government a further duty It must allow the Water Commission to pay proper salaries- tape the. Administrator Jamaica. General for Salt No. D-293 of 1961 In the Supreme Coait of Judicature of Jamaica In the Hlch Court of Justice nt DIVORCE BETWEEN KUTH ISABELL STEWAKT ____ ___ pennoKEB AND EGBERT STEWART RESPONDENT TO: EGBERT STEWART lately of Mount Salem, Mon- Bay In the parlih of Saint James. TAKE NOTICE that a Petition _____ for dissolution of marriage by RUTH ISABELL STEWART of 4e nA_j of "Ptt- __ Road in the parish of ____ Andrew been filed to this Court endorsed with a Notice D'Aguilar Saint An Dam Road to Appear addressed to you to en- BWMW rMltvsn n or about on or be- will be dls- ter Appearance either in person eea nnahle to pay pro per salaries because Govern rnent feels that If Water Com- mission Engineers paid more, there will be demands for hither pay inside the Civil Service. Bat there is no point in setting np a statutory board, intended to' be businesslike and not Clvll-Servlce-like, If the Commission is to be made to comply with the Civil Service scale of pay- After all. the moncv paid to employees of the Water Com- mission is not taken from taxes itr is paid by the householders of the Cor- Milbank Memorial Fellowships to 2 UWI staffers i Two of seven Fellowships awarded by the Milbank Mem- orial Fund at their Faculty Fel- lowships Conference in April and May this year, have been received by Dr. Ronald Irvine Senior Lecturer in tte Depart- ment of Medicine, Dr Owen Minott, Associate Lectur- er in the Department of Social and .Preventive Medicine, UWI, Mono. Each Fellowship is expenda Me over a five-year period tor the development of a home-care training programme (or mcdica: at the University of the West Indies oi the Order in that bv Mr F A to expand the organization ser- vice to the cause of humanity He said that the organization was founded on the higheit Island's first girls' youth camp by Dec. The first youth camp for girts is to be established this the Hon. Allan Douglas, Min- ister of Youth, and Community Development announced on June 1. The camp will be aet up at Iter Boreale, near Annotto Bay, St Mary. Mr. Douglas was speaking a the unveiling of a portrait o the late Mr. Elliston Wakeland at the Youth Centre, Falmouth About 250 girls will be train ,ed at the camp. are already three youtl for boys CobWa Chestervale and Kenilworth Mr. Douglas said Governmen plans to establish three more Christian and had a place of particular In the Jamaica Societj. Brochures on family planning "We eannot adopt a 'don't attitude about the future, or the men and women who will have to live then with the over- xjpulation problem we create today, will be our children." These of the Minister, Hon. Hugh Shearer, are part of the foreword to a "Men: Truth About Family Planning', which b one of four brochures on the lect of Family Planning recent- y Issued by the Bureau of Health Education Minlxtrji of Health, and related Others are titledt of Family planning'. You Can Plan Your Family' and 'Some Com- mon Questions about Family Planning'. Tbe three first-named book- are illustrated and printed in colour. of Family Planning' (ten are listed) in its tn- 'orma Mildred Hudson of I" Jnitr Lane Kingston Ml, granted decree nisi, coitt and ustody of the child of the against BasU RadcliW tudson of 2 Doncanter Drive, Kingston 2 She was represented by Mr oscph CooLs-Lartigue instructed by Sinclair and Parkins Urcella Mlnott of 7 Taylor DrKe, St Andrew, was grant-d decree nisi and eosta on le iround of desertion, against >ert Sylvester Miaott of 3 lla.i Drive, Kingston 17- She was represented by Mr Usurice Tenn instructed by and Bunny. The following persons were granted absolute: Edwin Crawford T. Letitta troduction is important to is no one "It that which will protect everyone realise methoCO "Martin Luther BUfaop Of UO i Gibson said, out of among TTff ond vice-president, the Rev. S. A, the Rev Luther Gibbe, assist- ant general secretary and Mr, H Fairwcaflher, treasurer Indies. Surviving lira. RossacW ere sons Charles-Esmond, and Carl. has said in London need for investment Touriat arrival figures for the first quarter of 1968 passed the mark, Mr. E Stuart Sharps, Director of Tourism, announced during May A record visitors of all categories came to the is- land in January, February and March a crease over 19.34 percent arrivals for in- the correspnding period last Long stay incrtated by 8.13 per cent, cruise pareen- gers by 36.54 per cent, and armed forces vtaitors by 62.3 per cent. A cable of congratulation! was received by, Mr. Snarpe from the Hon. Robert C. bourne, Minister of Trade and Industry, then in Geneva on official business. The cable said: "Accept heartiest congra- tulations and my warmest greet- ings to you and Board for your excellent performance of America. He had many admirers, but inspira- tion not the quality of proud, nor it the quality ol the nation, it is the quality of the individual. The spirit of God Inspiration to the indivi- No two persons, he were ever or could ever be dike. individualist who comes out of (the populist only in a century. "But could take heart under all ctrcumitanees" went on, "that indivi- dual arises and is then martyr- ed and killed, but in the end for which tbe indivi- dualist died of the populist and a common fact In society." The vote of thanks to Bishop Gibson was given by Mr. Snnguinetti 'More urgent' need for investment capital in W.I. The chairman of the West In- dia Committee Mr C. M. Hughei and crandchildren Funeral for Hossack will be held on Monday at tbe Seventh-Day Adventist Church at Kencot at 4.SO pm Interment will be in the May Pen Cemetery. that the capital in the West Indies has become even more urgent since the e was devalued "For the West Indian terri- tories devalued too Mr Hughes said, "and as a result the cost of living throughout the has risen appreciably." Mr was speaking tbe Committee's annual genera) meeting oh May 21. Mr. Hughes said much of what the West Indies buy from Canada and America, and there- fore costs at least 16 per cent more and the of Bri- tish goods, too, as a remit of rises m the prices of imported raw materials aid of freight rates, have also increased sub- stantially. i On the other hand, the prices1 the West Indies receive for their agricultural products have wot risen proportionately Mr. Hugh- es said Barbados 'Daily News' folds The Barbados Dally News and the Barbados News, published by the Caribbean Publishing; Co Ltd., Bridgetown. have shut down the weekly on May 9 and the daily on Mav 6. This was announced by Com- mander N. G. Dsyih, chairman of the company, the News re- ported on its final day. He attributed the end of the to laerwwed ope- rating costs and the effects of devaluation on prices Of newsprint and other material, and the economic facts of life were affecting the world over. He aaid the Advocate newspapers pany, Bridgetown (which Com- controlled over the physical of Caribbean Publishing on 31 ;

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