7. ST. GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1969 [No. 27
VOL. 87.1 ST. GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1969 [No. 27
I R. F. C. ALEXIS, Chief Medical Officer,
S Ministry of Haalth, Housing, Labour and
Local Government has been granted 176 days'
vacation leave with effect from 9th April, 1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
19th April, 1969.
MR. IGNATIUS FERREIR, Senior Fiej Assistant
(Agronomy) Ministry of Agricu lre, Lands
and Fisheries, has been granted 48 jys' vacation
leave with effect from 16th Ap ril 1,,9.
Office of the Public Service Cowassion,
17th April, 1969.
SR. ALLAN D. MARSHALL, Clerical Officer,
I Premier's Ministry, has been granted 46 days'
vacation leave with effect from 22nd April, 1969.
23rd Apr;l, 1969.
'T|HE following notices are circulated with and
1 form part of this Gazette:-
Development Incentive (Windwards Pulp and
Paper Company Limited) (Manufactures
of Toilet Paper and other Paper Products)
Development rncetiFs (JOYCE DA BREO) (St.
Jude's Nursing Home) Order, 1969.
26th April, 1969.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 26, 1969.-(No. 27
POST OF PRINCIPAL
Advance notice of vacancy and of two-year post-
graduate qualifying fellowship
THE Caribbean Meteorological Institute has
recently been established in Barbados under
the joint sponsorship of the Commonwealth
Caribbean Governments and the United Nations
to meet long outstanding requirements for meteor-
ological training, climatological information and
specialized advice, equipment maintenance, and
research with special reference to the Caribbean.
It will operate a wide range of equipment includ-
ing a 10-cm hurricane-tracking radar, a radio
facsimile faculty and a receiving unit for weather
satellite transmissions, a punch-card data process-
ing system, and an extensive scientific instrument.
ation. The 15-acre site donated by the Govern-
ment of Barbados provides scope for expansion
which is already taking place.
The senior staff, now headed by a United
Nations Project Manager and experts in aerology,
agricultural and hydrological meteorology, clima-
tology and electronic equipment are hoped to be
replaced by West Indian nationals within the next
two to three years; and it is expected that the
terms of service of the new posts will be decided
shortly. The possibility of their being equated to
academic appointments at the University of the
West Indies is currently under study.
Several post-graduate fellowships aimed at
enabling West Indian nationals to qualify for
these posts have been incorporated in the project;
and, as a result of previous advertisements, candi-
dates are already under consideration. However,
it has been decided to re-advertise a two-year
fellowship in advance studies in meterology,
through which it is hoped that a suitable candi-
date will qualify for the post of principal.
Candidates for this fellowship must be gradu-
ates in one of the physical sciences, preferably
meteorology or geophysics, should be at least 30
years of age on 1st July, 1969, and have had not
less than six years of progressive experience in a
position of responsibility in a scientific/educa-
tional organisation, service or institution. Experi-
ence in administration at international level will
be an advantage.
Note: -The precise field or fields of study will
be decided in the light of the candidate's
Applications must be made on prescribed forms
which may be obtained from the Director-General,
Caribbean Meteorological Service, P.O. Box 461,
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, by whom completed
applications (eight copies) must be received not
later than 15th May, 1969.
31st March, 1969.
COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP AND
PPLICATIONS are invited for a number of
Scholarship Awards being offered by the
Government of Malaysia under the Common-
wealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan tenable
from May 1970 at the University of Malaya.
These awards are for post graduate studies/
research in the restricted fields available at the
University of Malaya.
Application forms and further particulars may
be obtained from the Ministry of Social Affairs,
Culture and Community Development, and com-
pleted application forms must reach the Chief
Education Officer by 15th May, 1969.
Ministry of Social Affairs. Culture and
27th March, 1969.
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
Suit No. 125 of 1968
MARY ELIZABETH SHIRLEY MITCHELL Plaintiff
Y ORDER made the 29th January, 1969 there
Swill be offered for sale at this office on
Friday, 9th May, 1969 at 12.00 noon ALL THAT
lot of land situate in the parish of Saint David in
Grenada containing 32 poles bounded as descri-
bed in a plan annexed to an Indenture dated 4th
March, 1964 made between Celina Joseph of the
One Part and Raphael Charles of the Other Part
recorded in the Deeds and Land Registry of
Grenada in Liber S. 10 at page 121 TOGETHER
with the building thereon.
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 $6,703,56.
18th April, 1969.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 26, 1969.-(No. 27 201
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
OTICE is hereby given that a Session of the
High Court at Grenada, in its Criminal
Jurisdiction, will be held at the Court House in
the town of Saint George on Tuesday the 3rd day
of June, 1969, at 9.00 o'clock in the forenoon
when and where all concerned and bound over to
prosecute or to give evidence or summoned as
jurors or witnesses are required to give their
personal attendance, and all officers who have
taken inquisitions, depositions, examinations,
recognisances or other papers cognisable by the
Court are required to return the same without
delay to this Office.
Dated this 1st day of April, 1969.
E. C. WILKINSON,
Chief Registrar, West Indies Associa:ed States
Supreme Court, Grenada, West Indies.
No Parking on Roads
BY virtue of the power 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. 11, I hereby
order that as from 1st April until further notice,
there will be NO PARKING on that portion of
road between the junction of Lowthers Lane and
Calivigny Road, along Paddock, Grand Anse
Road between its junction with Calivigny Road
and Point Saline Road, along Point Saline Road
to True Blue first gate.
IVAN V. F. QUARLESS,
Acting Commissioner of Police.
Vacant post of Senior Specialist Physician
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
above post, which may be either permanent and
pensionable or on contract and is subject to
2. The salary of the post is $10,560 (fixed).
3. Private consulting practice is permitted both
in and out of the Hospital, provided the latter
does not interfere with Government duties. For
consulting practice in the hospital the officer will
receive a non-pensionable allowance equal to 75%
of the fees paid into the Public Treasury for
specialist services rendered by the officer. The
officer will retain full fees paid to him for con-
sulting practice outside of the Hospital.
4. Applicants must possess qualifications
registrable in the United Kingdom and must be
Members of a Royal College of Physicians or
equivalent. They must have had not less than six
years' professional experience of which at least
live ye-rs musst have been in general medicine in
a large Hospital and not less than three years at
the level of Registrar or equivalent.
5. Applications forms (S.C.21) and full details
of the post may be obtained from the Premier's
Office, St. George's Grenada.
6. Application forms should reach the Chief
Personnel Officer, Service Commissions Depart-
ment, "Flodden", Culloden Road, St. Michael,
Barbados, not later than 30th April, 1969.
Service Commissions Department,
12h March, 1969.
5th Aprill, 1969.
ALIENS (LAND-HOLDING REGULATION)
(AMENDMENT) ACT 1968 (NO. 29 OF 1968)
AS a result of certain enquiries as to the
intention of the Government in regard to
rights held by persons and companies before the
passing of the Aliens (Land-Holding Regulation)
(Amendment) Act 1968 the Attorney General
has made the following statement:
"Government has been advised that although
the amending Act does not expressly save the
-nd-holding rights of persons or companies
who were, before the amendment took effect,
not aliens but have become aliens under the
amendment Act, the amendment has been con-
ztrued so as not to disturb vested rights.
"Where enforceable contracts are shown to
exist for the purchase of land prior to the
effective date of the amendment, such contracts
are regarded as having effectively transferred
equitable estate or interests and strictly the
later conveyance of the legal estate only is
subject to licence. In practice however, Govern-
ment will exempt the subsequent conveyance
from the duty on the licence where, prior to ihe
passing of the amendment a binding contract
cf sale had been entered into. Purchasers will
be required to satisfy the Attorney General and
the Minister of Finance of the bona fides of
Dated the 17th day of March, 1969.
Assistant to Attorney General.
28th March, 1969.
02 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 26, 1969.-(No. 27
Tenders for Equipment and Materials
SEALED tenders are invited for the supply of
stores required by the Plant Protection
Division of the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands
and Fisheries, as set out hereunder: -
(a) Fifteen hundred (1,500) gallons of D.D.T.
Toxaphene in steel drums of 47-50
(b) Five hundred (500) gallons of Triona;
(c) Three hundred (300) gallons of Tenac;
(d) 44 pairs of knee-high rubber boots;
(e) 80 pairs of blue denim overalls.
2. Tenders should be submitted to the Chair-
man, Tender1 Bo3ard and marked "Tenders for
Sup-lle0,foa Cocoi Pest Control," to reach him
by the 2nd May, 1969.
3. Government does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any tender.
23rd April, 1969.
A 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
(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
3 cents per lb. for Grade II Cocoa delivered
4 cents per lb. for Grade I Cocoa delivered
L. D. G. CROMWELL.
Grenada Cocoa Industry Board.
Grenada Cocoa Association.
St. George s,
20th December, 1968.
GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION
Effective as from Saturday 1st February, 1969
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:-
Gree Nutmeg ... 16c. per lb.
Dried Nutmegs ... 24c.. .
Grinders (Cracked) .. 12c.
No. 1. Mace ... 80c.
No. 2 Mace .. 40c.
Mace Pickings ... 16c.
Date Fixed : 29th January, 1969.
ROBERT S. RENWICK,
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