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GRENADA


Government


Gazette


~ubis~hed b~ ~uthvarita


VOL. 87.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1969


NOTICE
APPLICATION FOR TENDERS
CUSTOMS BROKERAGE


T ENDERS are invited for Customs Brokerage
of all goods and materials imported
specifically for 'Carifta Expo '69.'
Provision should be made in the tenders for
the following: -
(1) Customs Broking
(2) Clearance from Customs
(3) Transport of goods and material to and
from the exhibition site.
(4) Re-Export.

Tenders should be addressed to the:
Executive Secretary, Carifta Expo '69.
Canadian Imperial Bank Building.
St. George's.
To reach him not later than February 15. 1969.


APPLICATION FOR TENDERS
CATERING "CARIFTA EXPO '69"
rTENDERS are invited from suitable organisa-
I tions, firms and individuals for the provision
of one more of the under-mentioned catering
facilities during 'Carita Expo '69.
4 Bars (alcoholic which could also serve soft
for convenience.)
4 Restaurants
4 Snack Bars
4. Soft Drink Bars (also concessions for snow-
cone machines.)
Candy Floss
Ices and Ice Cream Bars
The restaurants, especially must be of
exceptionally high standard and provide Chinese.
Indian, European and West Indian cusine.
The Exhibition will be opened for twelve and
a half hours daily and it is estimated that average
daily visitor-rate will be 4,000 persons, fluctu-
ating between a minimum daily rate of 2,500 and
a maximum of 5,000.
Tenders should be addressed to the:
Executive Secretary, Carifta Expo '69,
Canadian Imperial Bank Building,
St. George's.
To reach him not later than 28th February.
1969.


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62 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8, 1969.-(No. 11)


NOTICE
COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP AND
FELLOWSHIP PLAN INDIAN AWARDS
1969-1970

HE Government of India is offering fourty-five
scholarships and five Fellowships under the
Commonwealth Scholarships and Fellowship
Plan to students from Commonwealth Countries
for studies in Indian Universities.
2. The Scholarships are mainly for post-
graduate studies but in certain circumstances
some awards may be made for undergraduates or
other courses.

3. Application forms and further particulars
are available at the Ministry of Social Affaris,
Culture and Community Development.
4. It is the responsibility of the applicant to
ensure that referees' reports from the three
persons named in his application reach the Chief
Education Officer by the closing date.


5. Completed application forms and
supporting documents, including health
cates should reach the Chief Education
by 15th February, 1969.


other
certifi-
Officer


Ministry of Social Affairs, Culture and
Community Development,
St. George's,
30th January, 1969.


NOTICE


APPLICATIONS are ivitei from suitabil.
qualified young men to fill chree posts in the
Royal Grenada Police Force.
The Successful applicants must be prepared to
undergo training which would prepare them for
senior positions in the Force.
Applicants must either possess the Higher
School Certificate or pass in 2 G.C.E. 'A' level
subjects and the general paper. A pass in 'O'
level English Language is also essential Candi-
dates who hope to get these qualifications shortly
may also .apply.
Applications, together with evidence of quali-
fications and two recent testimonials, must reach
the Permanent Secretary. Premier's Office, by
Saturday, 8th February, 1969, for onward trans-
mission to the Public Service Commission.

Office of the Premier,
St. George's,
9th January, 1969.


NOTICE
PPLICATIONS are invited for the pensionable
post of Matron, Mental Hospital, Richmond
Hill Institutions.
Qualifications: State Registered Mental Nurse
(U.K.) or equivalent qualifications in Mental
Nursing.
Salary: $3,336 x 144--$3,624 x 180--$4,164.
Applications should reach the Chief Personnel
Officer, Government House, not later than the 8th
February, 1969.
Further particulars can be obtained at the
Ministry of Social Affairs, Culture and Com-
munity Development, Botanical Gardens, St.
George's.

11th January, 1969.


NOTICE
Post of Tutor at Grenada Teachers' College

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
post of Tutor at the Grenada Teachers' College.
Particulars relating to the post are as follows: -

Qualifica!ions :
Applicants should be Qualified Teachers with
a minimum of ten (10) years teaching experience
and at least one (1) year of University training.
Duties:
(a) Conducting one-year and two-year in-
College Courses.
(b) Supervising the work of young teachers in
primary schools.
(c) Such other related duties as may be
assigned from time to time by the
Principal.
Salary :

The salary of the post is in the scale $3,624 x
180--$5,640.
A travelling allowance is payable at the rate of
$720 per annum.
Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Education Officer, Ministry of Social Affairs,
Culture and Community Development and should
reach him not later than 15th February, 1969, for
transmission to the Chief Personnel Officer.

Ministry of Social Affairs, Culture and
Community Development,
St. George's,
14th January, 1969.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8, 1969.-(No. 11) 6


NOTICE

Commonwealth Scholarships--New Zeland
awards 1970


APPLICATION3 are invited for Common-
S wealh Scholarships tenable in New
Zealand from March, 1970.
Awards may be for either post-graUaate or
undergraduate study. Full information regarding
these awards may be obtained from the Chief
Education Officer, Ministry of Social Affairs,
Culture and Community Development.
Application forms are available at the Ministry
of Social Affairs, Culture and Community
Development and completed forms accompanied
by the candidate's plan of study, the certified
record of university or other course of study he
be has taken, and references from each of the
persons named in the application form must reach
the Chief Education Officer on or before 15th
March, 1969.
It is the candidate's responsibility to ensure that
references from the three referees namdd by him
reach the Chief Education Officer by the closing
date.

Ministry of Social Affairs, Culture and
Community Development,
St. George's,
16th January, 1969.


NOTICE

Commonwealth Scholarships-Australian Awards
1970


APPLICATIONS are invited for Common-
wealth Scholarships tenable in Australia
from March, 1970.
Awards may be for either post-graduate or
undergraduate study. Full information regarding
these awards may be obtained from the Chief
Education Officer, Ministry of Social Affairs,
Culture and Community Development.
Application forffs pfe v-iilable at the Ministry
of Social Affairs, Culture and Community
Development and completed forms accompanied
record of the university or other courses of study
by the candidate's plan of study, the certified
he has aken, and references from each of the
three persons named in the application form must
reach the Chief Education Officer on or before
15th March, 1969.
It is the candidate's responsibility o ensure that
references from the three refere.ee named by him
reach the Chief Education Officer by the closing
date.

Ministry of Social Affairs, Culture and
Community Development,
St. George's,
16th January, 1969.


COURT NOTICES

GRENADA
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(ORIGINAL JURISDICTION)
SUIT No. 146 OF 1962
Beteewn
NORBERT NYACK Plaintiff
and
LLOYD MARK Defendant
BY Order made 15th June 1964 there will be
offered for sale at this Office on Friday,
21st February, 1969, at 12.00 o'clock noon: ALL
THAT lot of land with the buildings thereon
containing 11,520 square feet situate in the town
of Grenville in the island of Grenada and bounded
as described in the plan marked "Z" annexed to
an Indenture dated 19th March 1920 made
between Andrew Fitzroy Fleming and Others of
the First Part Julia Iola Fleming and Others of
the Second Part and Frank Walter Hudson of the
Third Part and recorded in the Deeds and Land
Registry of Grenada in Liber B 8 at page 684.
The Sale is subject to the usual conditions of
sale a copy of which may be seen at this office
and to the RESERVE PRICE of $40,000.00.

E. C. WILKINSON,
Chief Registrar.
Chief Regjstrar's Chambers,
St. George's.

GRENADA

IN THE WT f COURT OF JUSTICE
(sGWINAtL)
SUIT No. 76 OF 1968
Between


Plaintiff


HARRY IRELAND
anm
ALISTER NEPTUNE


Defendant


N pursuance of an order of the above Court
made on 10th July, 1968, and of a valuation
of the lot o land referred to therein and described
in the schedule to the Summons for Sale herein,
by Mr. Nicholas N. Neckles there will be offered
for sale at the Registrar's Office in the town of
Saint George in the State of Grenada on Friday
the 14th day of February, 1969, at 12.00 o'clock
noon, ALL THAT lot of land with the buildings
thereon situate at Happy Hill, St. George's, con-
taining thirty-six (36 feet) square and abutted
and bounded as the same is described in a con-
veyance thereof dated 1st February, 1965,
recorded in the Deeds and Land Registry Office,
Grenada, in Liber 87X at page 422.

The interest of the defendant is believed to be
an estate in fee simple and it is being sold free
from incumbran-es so far as is known, at the
REDUCED REVENUE PRICE of $1,368.00
Dated the 21st day of January, 1969.

E. C. WILKINSON,
Chief Registrar.












64 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8, 1969.-(No. 11)


NOTICE

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED STATES


YTOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to
section 4 (7) of the West Indies Associated
States Supreme Court Order 1967 the Chief
Justice has approved for use by the Court of
Appeal as from the 1st day of March, 1969 a
seal bearing the style of the Court viz:

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED STATES
SUPREME COURT-COURT OF APPEAL

inscribed between two concentric circles, and the
following device within the inner circle,
namely: -
In the upper portion of the circle, a pair of
scales beneath which are inscribed the
words FIAT JUSTITIA, and bordering
the right hand segment of the circumfer-
ence, a group of islands.

A facsimile of the seal appears below.


E. C. WILKINSON,
Chief Registrar.

Chief Registrar's Chambers,
St. George's,
Grenada, West Indies,
29th January. 1969.


NOTICE

Tenders for the building of Truck for the Police
Department


EALED tenders are invited for the building of
a bus which could be converted into a
truck for use by the Police Department.
Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, Premier's Office, St. George's,
by noon on Friday 15th February, 1969.

Premier's Office,
St. George's,
zth February, 1969.


NOTICE

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED STATES


NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 4 (7) of the West Indies Associated
States Supreme Court Order 1967 the Chief
Justice has approved for use by the High Court
as from the 1st day of March, 1969 a seal bearing
the style of the Court viz:

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED STATES
SUPREME COURT-HIGH COURT OF
JUSTICE

inscribed between two concentric circles, and the
following device within the inner circle,
namely:-
In the upper portion of the circle, a pair of
scales beneath which are inscribed the
words FIAT JUSTITIA, and bordering
the right hand segment of the circumfer-
ence, a group of islands.

A facsimile of the seal appears below.


E. C. WILKINSON,
Chief Registrar.
Chief Registrar's Chambers,
St. George's,
Grenada, West Indies,
29th January, 1969.


NOTICE
APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the post
of Superintendent of Police soon to become vacant
in the State of St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla.
2. Applicants should possess Administrative
experience in Police work and should have a
thorough knowledge of Crime investigation,
including the taking and classification of finger-
prints and should also have some knowledge of
Immigration and Special Branch duties.
3. The salary of the post is $6,564 per annum.
4. Interested persons may obtain further par-
ticulars of the post from the Premier's Office,
St. George's, and should submit their applica-
tions to reach him not later than 15th February,
1969.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8, 1969.-(No. 11) 6:


NOTICE

Tenders for stores required by the Police
Department

EALED tenders are invited for the supply of
stores required by the Police Department


during the year
Toilet Paper
Lanudry Soap


1969,


Vim
Brasso ...
Harpic ...
Jeyes ...
Flit ...
Brass Brooms ...
Steel Brooms ...
Sweeping Brooms ...
Hand Scrubbers ...
Lavatory Brushes ...
Torchlight Batteries
Toilet Soap ...
Electric Bulbs ...
Torchlight bulbs ...
Methylated spirits ...
Mantles ...
Mops ...
Door mats ...
Buckets (gals) ...
Moth balls ...
Dust pans ...
Flit Guns ...
Hand Brooms ...


as set out hereunder:-
25 cartons (96 rolls each)
8 cartons (100 cakes
each)
10 cartons
20 dozens (medium)
20 dozens
20 gallons
25 gallons
8 dozens
5 dozens
10 dozens
10 dozens
10 dozens
120 dozens
5 dozens
42 dozens
10 dozens
10 gallons
4 dozens
20 dozens
10 dozens
10 dozens
10 pounds
3 dozens
2 dozens
3 dozens.


2. Tenders should be submitted to the Chair-
man, Tenders Board, and marked "Tenders for
Police Stores" by noon on the 14th February, 1969.
3. Government does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any tender.

Premier's Office,
St. George's,
5th February, 1969.


POLICE NOTICES

CARNIVAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
IN THE TOWN OF SAINT GEORGE

MONDAY, 17TH FEBRUARY, 1969

Jour Ouvert '-Old Mas Celebrations

BY virtue of the powers vested in me under
Section 80(1) of the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance, Cap. 194, Page 2556 of
the Revised Laws of Grenada, Vol. II, I hereby
order that on Monday, 17th February, 1969
between the hours of 5.00 a.m. and 8.30 p.m. no
Motor Vehicle shall park on or wait on the under-
mentioned streets :-
1. St. John's Street from its junction -wih
Grenville Street to its junction with Melville
Street.
2. Melville Street from its junction with
Maloney Street to its junction with Cross
and Bruce Streets.


3. Bruce Street from its junction with Melville
and Cross Streets to its junction with
Sendall Tunnel. (The Western entrance.)
4. Sendall Tunnel from its junction with
Bruce Street to its junction with Monckton
Street. (The Eastern entrance.)
5. Cross Street from its junction with Melville
and Bruce Streets to its junction with
Halifax and Gore Streets.
6. Gore Street from its junction with Halifax
and Cross Streets to is junction with Gren-
ville Street.
7. Grenville Street from its junction with
Gore Street to its junction with St. John's
Street.
8. Halifax Street from its junction with
Church and Young Streets to its junction
with St. John's Street.
9. Granby Street from its junction with
Melville Street to its junction with Gren-
ville Street.
10. Hillsborough Street from its junction with
Melville Street to its junction with Gren-
ville Street.
2. PARKING-Buses, Taxis and Other Motor
Vehicles :
Motor Vehicles will be permitted to park
as under :
(a) MELVILLE STREET between its
junction with Maloney Street ; for :-
Buses, Taxis and all other motor
vehicles travelling to the town
of Saint George from :
CHERRY HILL, FONTENOY,
GRAND MAL, MT. MOR-
ITZ, and other WESTERN
DISTRICTS ;
RIVER ROAD, TEMPE, MT.
PARNASSUS, MT. GAY,
LA. MODE, BEAULIEU,
SNUG CORNER and all
other Districts along the
Grand Etang Road.
(b) CAR PARK adjacent to the General
Post Office; CAR PARK Public
Officers Tennis Court (Government
Printing Office); CARENAGE OR
WHARF ROADWAY; for :-
Buses, Taxis and all other motor
vehicles travelling to the town
of Saint George from :
LUCAS STREET, ST. PAUL'S
and all other Districts along
the St. Paul's Road ;
TANTEEN, LOWTHERS LANE,
PADDOCK, BELMONT and
GRAND ANSE;
SPRINGS, WOODLANDS,
WOBURN, CALIVIGNY,
and all other districts along
the Calivigny, Westerhall
Road.

I. V. F. QUARLESS,
Ag. Commissioner of Police.
Office of the Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
28th January, 1969.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8, 1969.-(No. 11)


CARNIVAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

In the Town of St. George, Tuesday,
18th February, 1969

BY virtue of the powers vested in me under
Section 80(1) of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance, Cap. 194, Page 2556 of the
Revised Laws of Grenada, Vol. II., I hereby order
that on Tuesday, 18th February, 1969, between
the hours of 1.00 p.m. and 7.00 p.m. the under-
mentioned streets in the town of Saint George will
be closed to all vehicular traffic and during that
period no vehicle shall travel on, or park on these
streets :
(a) Melville Street from its junction with
Maloney Street to its junction with
Cross and Bruce Streets ;
(b) Melville Street from its junction with
Maloney Street to its junction with
Melville Street ;
(c) Bruce Street from its junction with
Melville and Cross Streets to its junction
with Sendall Tunnel ; (The Western
entrance)
(d) Sendall Tunnel from its junction with
Bruce Street to its junction with Monck-
ton Street ; (The eastern entrance.)
(e) Cross Street from its junction with
Melville and Bruce Streets to its junction
with Halifax and Gore Streets ;
(f) Gore Street from its junction with
Halifax and Cross Streets to its junction
with Grenville Street ;
(g) Grenville Street from its junction with
Gore Street to its junction with St. John's
Street ;
(h) Halifax Street from its junction with
Church and Young Streets to its junction
with St. John's ;
(i) Granby Street from its junction with
Melivlle Street to its junction with
Grenville Street ;
(j) Hillsborough Street from its junction
with Melville Street to its junction with
Grenville Street.

2. All trucks conveying bananas to the
St. George's Pier from the St. George's Road
(otherwise called the Western Road) and the
Grand Etang Road will travel along River Road,
Tempe Road to Mt. Helicon Gap, then to
Lowthers Lane, Tanteen Road to the St. George's
Pier.
3. PARKING-BUSES, TAXIS AND OTHER
MOTOR VEHICLES:

Vehicles will be permitted to park as under :-
(i) Melville Street between it junction with
River Road and the St. George's Road
and junction with Maloney Street ; for
Buses, taxis and all other motor vehicles
travelling to the town of Saint George's
from :-
Cherry Hill, Fontenoy, Grand
Mal, Mt. Moritz and other
western districts.


River Road, Tempe, Mt. Parnas-
sus, Mt. Gay, La Mode,
Beaulieu, Snug Corner and
all other districts along the
Grand Etang Road.
(ii) Car Park adjacent to the General Post
Office ; Car Park Public Officers Tennis
Court (Government Printing Office);
Carenage or Wharf Roadway for:-
Buses, taxis and all other motor
vehicles travelling to the town
of Saint George from :-
Lucas Street, St. Paul's and all
other districts along the St.
Paul's Road ;
Tanteen, Lowthers Lane, Paddock,
Belmont, and Grand Anse ;
Springs, Woodlands, Woburn,
Calivigny, and all other dis-
tricts along the Calivigny,
Westerhall Road.

I. V. F. QUARLESS,
Ag. Commissioner of Police.

Office of the Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
28th January, 1969.

CARNIVAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

MONDAY, 17TH FEBRUARY, 1969

Carnival Pageant at Queen's Park

SY virtue of the powers vested in me under
Sectic.n 80(1) of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Crdinance, Cap. 194, Page 2556 of the
Revised Laws of Grenada, Vol. II., 1 hereby order
that on Monday, 17th February,1969, between the
hours of 12.00 noon and 7.00 p.m. all motor vehicles
shall park or proceed on or along the undermen-
tioned roads as directed hereunder:-

(a) PARKING:

Motor vehicles shall be permitted to PARK
ON THE SEASIDE ONLY of the St.
George's road (otherwise called the Western
Road), between its junction with the Queen's
Park Road at the Green Bridge; and its
junction with the Power Station Road at
the Pumping Station.

(b) NO PARKING:

Motor vehicles will not be permitted to park
or wait on River Road between its junction
with the wooden Bridge and its junction
with Melville Street and the St. George's
Road.

(c) ONE WAY TRAFFIC:

All Motor vehicles shall proceed to Queen's
Park in a one way direction from the junc-
tion of the St. George's Road (otherwise












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8, 1969.--(No. 11)


called the Western Road along the Queen's
Park Road to the Wooden Bridge with its
junction with River Road.

No Motor vehicle will be permitted to enter
Queen's Park at the Wooden Bridge from
its junction with River Road.

I. V. F. QUARLESS,
Acting Commissioner of Police.

Office of the Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
28th January, 1969.


CARNIVAL

Use of Vehicles Licensed as Goods Vehicles for the
Conveyance of Passengers


(i) In the interest of public safety the attention
of the owners of goods vehicles is directed
to Section 15(3) of the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance, Cap. 194, Page
2531 of the Revised Laws of Grenada,
Vol. II, which provides for the grant of
permission to enable a vehicle licensed as a
goods vehicle to be used as a private motor
car for the conveyance of passengers WITH-
OUT HIRE OR REWARD.
(ii) Owners of goods vehicles intending to use
them for the purpose of conveying passen-
gers during Carnival are advised to apply
to the Acting Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters, St. George's, for the
necessary permission to do so. This will
be given only after inspection of the vehicle
when a certificate will be issued ,and on
production of a policy of insurance in
respect of third party risks which policy
complies with the requirements of the
Motor Vehicles Insurance (Third Party
Risks) Cap. 195, Vol. II of the Revised Laws
of Grenada.
(iii) Owners and drivers of goods vehicles are
hereby warned that the carriage of passen-
gers in goods vehicles contrary to provisions
of the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Ordinance will render them liable to prose-
cution.

I. V. F. QUARLESS,
Acting Commissioner of Police.

Office of the Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
28th January, 1969.


NOTICE


rIHE following goods, having being seized and
1 forfeited for breaches of the Customs and
Liquor Dealers' Licences Ordinances, will be
offered for sale by Public Auction at the Baggage
Shed on the St. George's Pier on Thursday 13th
February, 1969.
The sale commences at 10.00 a.m.

List of goods to be sold by Public
Auction


230
347
42
24
2
1
1
77
43
2
1
12
3
25
3
7
1
1
1
1
1
1


Bottles Black & White Whiskey.
Mt. Gay Eclipse Rum
White Horse Whiskey
,, Haigs Whiskey
,, Johnnie Walker Whiskey
,, Old Crow Whiskey
,, Segrams Whiskey
Ibis Brandy
Angus Gin
,, Tanqueray Gin
Befeater Gin
Samovar Vodka
Shirnoff Vodka
S Old Oak Rum
Liqueors
Clarke's Court Rum
Quinquina Wine
Electric Iron
Cardigan
Packet Razor blades
Bottle Mazola Oil
Rolls Twine
Packet Sewing thread.


25th January, 1969.
A. D. MITCHELL,
Comptroller of Customs and Excise


NOTICE

Under the Companies Ordinance Cap. 47

TAKE NOTICE that 'FIRST FEDERATION
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED'
will, at the expiration of three months from the
date hereof, unless cause is shown to the contrary,
be struck off the Register of Companies, and the
said company will be dissolved.
Datted this 6th day of February, 1969.

E. C. WILKINSON,
Registrar of Companies.

Chief Registrar's Chambers,
St George's,
Grenada.












68 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8, 1969.-(No. 11)


PRESS RELEASE

TpHE Annual Rice Conference was held in the
SLegislative Assembly, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent on Friday 31st January, 1969, under the
Chairmanship of Hon. J. F. Mitchell, Minister
for Trade, Production, Labour and Tourism,
St. Vincent.
Delegates and advisers from Antigua, Barbados,
Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, St. Lucia, St. Kitts-
Nevis-Anguilla and St. Vincent were in attendance,
Hon. J. F. Mitchell welcomed the delegates to
St. Vincent and Mr G. Kennard, head of the
Guyana delegation replied.
The Conference agreed to recommend that there
should be no increase in the price of rice during
1969.
The Conference noted that the quantity of
Super Quality rice being produced in Guyana was
considerably larger than that of First Quality
rice. The Conference therefore agreed that terri-
tories which were purchasing only First Quality
rice should accommodate Guyana by purchasing
Super Quality rice in amounts agreed at the
Conference.
The Conference further agreed to extend the
Rice Agreement for an additional year to
December 31st, 1973. It was further decided that
the Regional Secretariat should be invited to study
the Rice agreement in relation to the Carifta
Agreement with a view to incorporating the
former into the latter. A target date of Septem-
ber, 1969 was set for the completion of the study.
The Conference adjourned sine die at
4.15 p.m.

The Secretariat,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
31st January, 1969.


PRESS RELEASE


THE Twenty-Second Oils and Fats Conference
took place at the Legislative Council Cham-
ber, Kingstown, St. Vincent on January 30, 1969,
under the Chairmanship of Honourable J. F.
Mitchell, Minister for Trade, Production, Labour
and Tourism, St. Vincent.
The Conference opened with a public session
during which the Chief Minister of St. Vincent,
Honourable R. Milton Cato welcomed delegates
to the island. Replies to the address of welcome
were made by leaders of delegations from St.
Lucia, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Barbados
and Trinidad and Tobago.
The Chairman then welcomed the observer
delegations from Antigua and Jamaica.
The Conference agreed to recommend that the
Area Export Price of Copra for the period
February 1, 1969 to January, 31st 1970 should be
$410 per ton f.o.b. and the Area Export Price of
Raw Oil over the same period should be
$2.83 per Imperial gallon in buyers' drums.
The Conference also agreed to recommned the
extension of the Oils and Fats Agreement for an
additional year from January 31, 1970.
The Conference reviewed the Area statistics for
the Oils and Fats Industry and discussed aspects
of the Oils and Fats Agreement. The question
of the review of the Agreement was deferred and
the meeting was adjourned to a date not later
than 30th June, 1969.

The Secretariat,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
30th January, 1969.


NOTICE

GRENADA TECHNICAL CENTRE

ADULT DAY CLASSES



TiHE following one-year basic training courses are offered to young men over the age of 16 who
I wish to pursue a career in a technical trade:-


(1) BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
(2) WELDING-FITTING
(3) AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS
(4) APPLIED ELECTRICITY


- Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
- Thursday and Friday
- Thursday and Friday
- Thursday and Friday


Related instructions will be given in Drafting/Blue Print Reading and Technical Mathematics.
Instruction will be given at the Grenada Technical Centre from 8.45 a.m. to 3.45 p.m on listed
days. Attendance on each listed day will be obligatory.
Applicants will be required to write a test at the Grenada Technical Centre.
Persons wishing to take the training test must register and be interviewed at the Grenada Techni-
cal Centre, Tanteen, between the hours of 8.30 a.m. and 3.00 p.m.-Monday to Friday and 8.30 a.m.
and 12.00 on Saturday.


Phone: 2671.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8, 1969.-(No. 11) 69


NOTICE
IT is hereby notified for general information
that the 1969 Grenada Almanac has been
completed and is now on sale at the Government
Stationery Office. Price 25 cents.
8th February, 1969.

NOTICE

In the matter of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
(Cap. 153)

FIRST PUBLICATION

T is hereby notified for general information that
in pursuance of the power vested in Her under
the Land Acquisition Ordinance (Cap. 153) the
Governor acting in accordance with the advice of
Cabinet has been pleased to appoint Mr. Sylvester
Sandy to be the Authorised Officer for the purpose
of the acquisition of the lot of land mentioned
and described in the Schedule hereto.
SCHEDULE

All that lot piece or portion of land containing
by admeasurement approximately I acre situate at
Gouyave in the parish of St. John and owned by
or under the control of William De Bellotte. The
said lot is bounded as follows: -
On the North by the St. John's river;
On the South by the public highway;
On the East and West by lands owned
by William De Bellotte.
Dated this 1st day of February, 1969.

A. A. LA GRENADE,
Secretary to the Cabinet.

NOTICE

In the matter of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
(Cap. 153)
and
In the Matter of a Declaration by the Governor
that certain lands situate at Gouyave in the
parish of St. John in the State of Grenada
are to be acquired for a public purpose.
DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND
FIRST PUBLICATION
W HEREAS it is provided in effect by section
3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance (Cap.
153 of the Revised Laws of Grenada that if the
Governor acting in accordance with the advice of
the Cabinet considers that any land should be
acquired for a public purpose She may cause a
declaration to that effect to be made.
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Governor
acting as aforesaid that the lands mentioned and
described in the Schedule hereto should be
acquired for a public purpose, to wit, for the pur-
pose of constructing a public road.
Now, THEREFORE, it is hereby declared by the
Governor acting in accordance with the advice of


the Cabinet of the State of Grenada that upon the
Second Publication of this declaration in the
Gazette, the lands mentioned and described in the
Schedule hereto shall be acquired for the above-
mentioned purpose and shall vest absolutely in
the Crown.
AND it is hereby further declared and notified
that the lands referred to are situate at Gouyave
in the parish of St. John in the State of Grenada
plan of the said lot may be inspected at the
and are about I acre more or less, and that a
Ministry of Communications, Works and Natural
Resources, Saint George's between the hours of
9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon Monday to Friday of
each week and from 9.00 o'clock in the forenoon
to 12.00 o'clock midday on Saturdays.

SCHEDULE

All that lot piece or portion of land containing
by admeasurement approximately I acre situate
at Gouyave in the parish of St. John and owned
by or under the control of William De Bellotte.
The said lot is bounded as follows:
On the North by the St. John's River;
On the South by the public highway;
On the East and West by lands owned
by William De Bellotte.
Dated this 1st day of February, 1969.

A. A. LA GRENADE,
Secretary to the Cabinet.




NOTICE

LL Cocoa Producers, Buying (wet cocoa)
Agents and Buying (cured cocoa) Agents
should note prevailing prices for cocoa, effective
as from 21st December, 1968, until further notice
are:-

Locai Purchases


(a) Wet
(b) Grade II
(c) Grade I


... 14 cents per lb.
38 cents per lb.
39 cents per lb.


Remuneration to Buying (wet cocoa) Agents
as from 1st November, 1968, and until further
notice:

3 cents per lb. for Grade II Cocoa delivered
4 cents per lb. for Grade I Cocoa delivered

L. D. G. CROMWELL.
Secretary,
Grenada Cocoa Industry Board.

Grenada Cocoa Association,
Young Street,
St. George's,


20th December. 1968.











70 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8, 1969.-(No. 11)


NOTICE


ALL importers and exporters are notified that
with effect from the 31st December, 1968
Form 4, Carifta Shipping Bill/Entry, will no
longer be required for entry or shipment of goods
qualifying for Carifta treatment.
The appropriate forms would be Entry for
Goods Free of Duty and Shipping Bill for Local
Produce.


Importers are advised that they should notify
their suppliers that it is essential that the two
Carifta invoices to be supplied to Customs must
be numbered, stamped and signed by the Customs
authorities of the exporting territory.

Dated this 24th day of December, t968.

A. D. W. MITCHELL,
Comptroller of Customs.


STATISTICAL OFFICE,

ST. GEORGE'S,

GRENADA,

3rd February, 1969.
*INDEX OF RETAIL PRICES FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1968

The following table shows the index of Retail Prices at the end of each month as compared with
the base figure for February, 1964, taken as 100 :-


Year Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


1964 .. 100.0 99.9 100.4 100.6 100.6 100.8 101.2 101.4 101.6 102.4 101.2
1965 .. 101.2 99.9 100.0 99.6 100.0 00.0 101.900 101 101.8 1102. 102. 8 108 103.6
1966 .. 103.4 104.5 105.3 102.6 102.4 103.6 105.9 106.8 107.1 108.0 108.2 108.3
1967 .. 108.5 10, 109.3 110.2 110.4 111.4 113.6 112.5 112.5 112.5 113.8 118.6
1968 .. 118.11818.3 119.3 119.01 121.0 122.2 123.0 123.1 123.7 123.7 124.0 124.2


SECTION 1.


Food : There were increases in the retail prices of aerated drinks causing this group
index to rise by .12 units to 129.13.


SECTION 2. Alcoholic Drinks and Tobacco : This group index remains at 123.67.


SECTION 3.


Housing : There were increases in the prices of galvanised sheets and pitch pine.
As a result, this group index rose by .13 units to 109.76.


SECTION 4, Fuel and Light : This group index remains at 107.85.


SECTION 5.

SECTION 6.


SECTION 7.


Household and Miscellaneous Items : There was an increase in the price of Limacol.
Consequently, this group index rose by .14 units to 116.06.

Clothing and Footwear : There were increases in the prices of men's short sleeve
cotton shirts, aai uaierwaar, thus causing this group index to rise by .21 units to
124.02.

Services : There was an increase in taxi fares which caused this group index to rise
by .26 units to 115.49.


The All Items Index for November rose by .2 units to 124.2.








23/1/59


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1968

LIABILITIES


ASSETS


DEMAND LIABILITIES :


EC $


Notes in Circulation
Bankers' Deposits
Bankers' Balances


42;962,797
36,750,000
125,480


GENERAL RESERVE

OTHER LIABILITIES


EC $


79,838,277


3,009,454

1,862,085


EXTERNAL ASSETS :


EC $


Current Accounts and Money at call in
London ...
United Kingdom Treasury Bills
Other United Kingdom Government
Securities
Currency Issue Accounts with Banks in
Barbados* ......

Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago
Notes ......

British Caribbean Currency Board Notes

Government Local Debentures


Local Treasury Bills

Other Assets


EC $84,709,816


(Proportion of external assets to
demand liabilities 101.1%)

* Convertible into sterling on demand


23 January, 1969.


EC $


33,211,901
26,121,660

17,466254

3,859,202

63,000 -80,722,017

76,000


2,607,050

568,103

736,646

$84,709,816


N. L. SMITH,
Acting Managing Director.


ECC 32













72 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8, 1969.-(No. 11)

CCB 7 24/1/69
COIN CONTINUATION BOARD
BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD COIN IN CIRCULATION
AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1968
(Pursuant to the British Caribbean Currency Agreement 1964, Article 10(3))


$ c.
... ...... 365,000.00
... ... ... ... 1,295,239.50
... ... ... ... 172,075.00
... ... ... ... 272,575.00
... ... ... ... 37,250.00
... ... 179,400.00
... ... ... ... 191,700.00
... ... ... ... 161,600.00
476,817.00
... ... ... ... 928,821.00


Antigua ...
Barbados
Dominica ...
Grenada ..
Montserrat
St. Kitts/Nevis/Anguilla
St. Lucia ...
St. Vincent ...

Guyana ...
Trinidad and Tobago


"Proof Sets"


24 January, 1969.


$ c.







2,674,839.50

1,405.638.00

4,080,477.50
1,870.00


$ 4,082,347.50



N. L. SMITH,
Acting Executive Commissioner
Coin Continuation Board.


NOTICE

GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION

Effective as from Saturday 1st February, 1969
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:-


GRADS


Green Nutmegs

Dried Nutmegs

Grinders (Cracked)

No. 1. Mace

No. 2 Mace

Mace Pickings


ADVANCES


16c. per lb.


Date Fixed : 29th January, 1969.


ROBERT S. RENWICK,
Sserew .


GRENADA.
PRINTED BY iiE GOVERNMENT PRINTER. AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
ST. GEORGE'S,
1969


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