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Gleaner, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1990, Kingston, KingstonIs National first in foods kill 22 Index regional foreign------.----------5 entertainment------8-10 1 sports.----------.13-i5 across t All about the Caterpillar look to made Quality biscuits vol. Colvino. 112 established 1834 Myca launches new Branch daily 6lnmrr Kingston Jamaica monday May Price thirty two Page Knight ram Tallie Claude Clarke among those not declaring assets Arp not attracting lawyers to govt service Western Bureau the government s administrative Reform programme Arp aimed at attracting qualified personnel to the Public and Legal system is not working to attract lawyers to the government service. 1 addressing the banquet and awards ceremony of the Trelawny association of Lay magistrates at the Trelawny Beach hotel on Satur Day a fight the Hon. Edward Zacca chief Justice of Jamaica said there was a serious shortage of attorneys at Law in the director of pub Lic prosecutions department the attorney general s department and to serve As clerks of the courts. He said that although it was too Early to make a proper assessment there was danger of a breakdown in the Legal system As the Arp was not attracting any applications to fill the vacancies despite increased salaries and fringe benefits provided under the programme. Problem to address the problem the chief Justice suggested that graduates from the Norman mamey Law school whose studies Are subsidized by the government be bonded to work for one or two years in the Legal service of their country. Or. Justice Zacca said they should not be granted practice cer to effect this the chief Justice said he was in favour of the relevant legislation being passed or for the giving of an undertaking by the not to practise without turning to the decline being experienced in the Petty sessions courts or. Justice Zacca proposed that the jurisdictions of that court be increased and the Law amended increasing penalties which May be imposed in Petty sessions courts. He said that this would return the respect and fear people once had for these courts. "1 have supported these recommendations because if the punish ment does not meet the offence the citizens will not respect the courts or have any regard for he said. One recommendation he said was that the jurisdiction of the courts should be increased so As to allow the justices of the peace ups to try some of the cases which Are now being tried in the resident magistrates pm courts As ups have an important and vital role to play in the maintenance of the Rule of he called for the setting up of a Central Council of justices of the peace comprising ups from each Parish who would come together discuss their particular problems and Benefit from the experience of other Parish associations. Parnell honoured p3 arms probe St. John s. Antigua May 13, Cana British lawyer Louis Blom Cooper was preparing to head Back to London sunday after discussions Here on a judicial inquiry into a 1979 arms shipment through Antigua and Barbuda. The Queen s counsel arrived Here for talks with governor general sir Wilfred Jacobs and attorney general Forde on the illegal arms shipment that ended up in the hands of colombian drug dealers. The probe said Canara Dio will begin in two months. Conroy Walker photo Rich Beauty Queen Jacqueline Strong the new miss City of Montero is All smiles As she is crowned by last year s Winner Marcia Smith. Jacqueline has Good reasons to be Happy As by coming out on top on saturday night she became one of the richest Beauty Queens in Jamaica s history winning More than in Cash and prizes. Jacqueline Strong is miss Moray City 90 by Ian Spencer Jacqueline Strong miss lib erty car a 21-year-old student is the new miss City of Montero the 5-feet 6-Lnches tall 122-lb Beauty with vital statistics of 35 25-37, was crowned in a glitter ing affair at the Holiday inn Montero Bay on saturday night. She received More than in Cash and prizes becoming one of the richest Beauty Queens in Jamaica s history. She won a scholarship valued at a return trip for two to Atlanta Georgia Usa. With week Long accommodations at the grand Regency Hyatt hotel along with a Host of other prizes. Second place went to Annette White miss Appleton estate sex a 20-year-old, 5 9" Stu Dent weighing 118 in with vital statistics of 36-26-38. She was voted with the Best third was 18 year old Tara Hanna miss video Tara is 5 feet 3 inches 104 in and curves at 32-25-34. Jacqueline who also won the sectional prize for Best Deport wants to be a communications consultant and a lawyer. She loves Reading swimming singing dancing collecting Stamps listening to music and writing. She is also a former miss Jamaica Hal Jackson talented teens and placed in the top 10 at the International finals. Favourite she was a Strong Favourite from her first appearance and wowed the audience with her Confidence and Grace. Jacqueline Strong the new miss City of Montero in an interview with the gleaner before the Start of the contest said that if she won she would be a Queen not so much concerned with so Cial activities but would try to make a tangible Impact on the City. The Coronation show under the theme a thing of Beauty is a Joy was produced and directed by Weston Haughton. The Holiday inn ballroom was Jam packed minutes before the the show and Many pay ing patrons had to stand outside unable to witness the proceed Ings. However the show went smoothly with cabaret Singer Dennis Malcolm singing the jamaican National Anthem Fol Lowed by the contestants appear ing individually and As a group in swimwear As Well As eve Ning Wear. Sectional prizes apart from the top three other sectional prize winners were Racquet Bolton miss Sun holi Day Tours most Georgia welds miss sandals Montero Bay Best Maidan Shadman. Miss Facey commodity most con Cheryl Barrett miss Wyndham Rose Hall most improved and Carlene Moran miss reflections bridal attractive contestant. Also in the top seven were Barrett Bolton Joan Pennycott miss Morewood and pin que Green miss House of a rastafarian Contes Tant. Green was a crowd Favourite and received rousing applause during the interview Section where she eloquently spoke of her Faith and Why she became a rastafarian. Avril Graham miss Royal although not placing in the seven was Well liked by the audience and Linda Law rence miss nature a pretty and intelligent Young lady played great potential and could make the Transfer to the National Beauty contest. Jacqueline was crowned by last year s Winner Marcia Smith while Dennis Malcolm who gave a Lively guest performance serenaded the Queen. Tiff r. . Knight minister of National Security july Elmr. . Ram Tallie minister of and or. Claude Clarke former minister of Industry and Commerce have been named among Delta quests in declaring their assets to parliament s integrity commission since february 1989. Ator Courtney Fletcher who is now the Deputy president of the Senate or. Emil George or. Brascoe Lee miss Olivia Grange mrs. Joan web Ley or. Anthony Abrahams sen Ator Ephraim Morgan who was president of the Senate up to february. Derrick Smith and or. Keith Worrell. The report of the integrity com Mission for 1989 was tabled in the House of representatives on thurs Day. The commission was established under the parliament integ Rity of members act 1973, to Deal with the integrity of parliamentarians requiring them to declare As sets liabilities and income As at the Date of election or appointment and As at december 31 each year. The commissioners said they were concerned at the High rate of delinquency which was reflected in the annual reports from year to year and would wish to see an improvement in the compliance. Some delinquents have been re ported to the prime minister the Leader of the opposition the presi Dent of the Senate and the speaker of the House of representatives who now have the responsibility under Section 12 of the act to act on the matter. For 1989, the report named the blowing delinquents from the use of representatives whose rations were due As of feb 9, 1989 or. Claude Clarke Horace Dalley or. Linton Fra or. Derrick Kellier or. Aston in or. . Knight or. Carl Niiler or. . Rama Lille or. Pat Rick Rose Green and or. . Wil Liams. Senator Audley Shaw and former senator or. Charles sin Lair were named from the Senate. Or. Howard Wedemire former Jap my for Westmoreland South East has the longest outstanding declaration due from december 15, 1983, when he was elected. Or. Had often opposed the act in the House. Two others Are still outstanding for 1983 or. Basil Buck and or. Everald Warmington. Outstanding among others outstanding up to 1989 Are or. Lloyd Barnett sen during 1989, the commission examined 117 declarations which included current declarations As Well As those from previous years which were either not submitted on time or on which there Are out standing queries. In the process of these examinations the commis Sion issued 73 queries the answers to which were considered necessary for proper examination of the Decla rations. During the year the commission made monthly reports to the prime minister the Leader of the opposition the president of the Senate and the speaker of the House of representatives on the failure of the parliamentarians to furnish statutory declarations and other breaches of the act. Reports to these leaders were made on 19 maps and senators who failed to reply to correspondences seeking further information with respect to their declarations including explanations of increases of their net Worth Over their declared income. These were or. Hugh Dawes or. Ferdie Yap mrs. Patricia Pink or. Earl Patrick Stephens or. . Duncan miss Dorothy Lightbourne. Or. Rob Ert Marsh or. . Powell or. Bruce Golding or. Audley Wood House or. Douglas Vaz or. Lester Michael Henry or. Edmund Bart Lett or. Leonard Kirby or. Charles Sinclair. Or. Ryan Peralto or. Ter rence Gillette or. . Hutchinson and or. Karl Samuda. Eight of them also failed to sub Mit financial statements of Compa Nies Over which they had control. The slim wrist hugging pr100 is Tissot s Best Selling watch worldwide. Water resistant to 330 feet the dependable Swiss Quartz movement is protected by a scratch proof Sapphire Crystal and a double Back Case. Avis tue in tit Anleu steel Good plaid or two tone Kingston Comer Harbour Church streets mall Plaza 20 constant Spring Road Jamaica Pegasus hotel. Kingston International Airport. Casa Montero shopping Centre half Moon hotel. Ocean Village shopping Centre. Montero Bay Ocho Rios exquisite Originale Altery and exclusive agents in Jamaica for newspaper

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