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VOL. 87] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1969 [No. 47

GRENADA
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Northern Ireland and of Her other Realms and Territories,
QUEEN, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith.
WILFRED JACOBS
Governor.
To all to whom these presents shall come
GREETING:
KNOW YE, that WE reposing especial trust and confidence in the loyalty, integrity and ability
of Our Trusty and Well-Beloved COSMOS OSBORNE ROY PHILLIPS of Gray's Inn,
Barrister-at-Law, resident at St. John's in the State of Antigua, of Our Especial grace, certain
knowledge and mere motion have thought fit to constitute and appoint and by these Presents
do constitute and appoint the said COSMOS OSBORNE ROY PHILLIPS to be One of Our
Counsel for Our Windward Islands and Leeward Islands comprising the States of Grenada,
St. Lucia, Dominica, Antigua, St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla and the Colonies of St. Vincent, Montserrat
and the Virgin Islands and the Dependencies thereof to hold and enjoy within Our said States and
Colonies all and singular the RIGHTS, ALLOWANCES, PRIVILEGES and PRE-EMINENCES
to the said appointment belonging or appertaining in as full and ample a manner as any
other Our Counsel learned in the Law in any of Our States and Colonies doth hold or enjoy of
right, ought to have held or enjoyed the same, and also the liberty of sitting and practising within
the Bars of our said States and Colonies as any of our Counsel learned in the Law do ought or
may.
AND WE DO HEREBY DIRECT AND ENJOIN that these Our Letters Patent be published within
Our Windward Islands and Leeward Islands and be duly recorded in the Offices of the respective
Governors and Administrators of Our said States and Colonies.
AND to the said ends aforesaid, we have caused these Our Letters Patent to be sealed with
the Public Seal of Our State of Antigua.
WITNESS Our Trusty and Well-Beloved His Excellency SIR WILFRED JACOBS, Knight,
Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, One of Her Majesty's
Counsel, Governor of Antigua at the Governor's Residence, Antigua, this 10th
day of June in the Year of Our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixty-nine
and in the Eighteenth year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND
S. B. HULL
A.D.C. to Governor.



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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 2, 1969.-(No. 47)


GRENADA



L.S. 1


ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Northern Ireland and of Her other Realms and Territories,
QUEEN, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith.


RUSSELL BELIZAIRE
Governor's Deputy.


To all to whom these presents shall come
GREETING:
KNOW YE, that WE reposing especial trust and confidence in the loyalty, integrity and ability
of Our Trusty and Well-Beloved VINCENT FREDERICK FLOISSAC, Master of Laws,
University of London, of Gray's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, resident at Castries of Our Especial grace
certain knowledge and mere motion have thought fit to constitute and appoint and by these Presents
do constitute and appoint the said VINCENT FREDERICK FLOISSAC, to be One of Our
Counsel for Our Windward Islands and Leeward Islands comprising the States of Grenada,
St. Lucia, Dominica, Antigua, St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla, and the Colonies of St. Vincent and Mont-
serrat and the Dependencies thereof to hold and enjoy within our said States and Colonies all and
singular and the RIGHTS, ALLOWANCES, PRIVILEGES and PRE-EMINENCES to the said
appointment belonging or appertaining in as full and ample a manner as any other Our Counsel learned
in the Law in any of Our States and Colonies doth hold or enjoy or of right ought to have held
or enjoyed the same and also the liberty of sitting and practising within the Bars of Our said
States and Colonies as any of Our Counsel learned in the Law do ought or may.
AND WE DO HEREBY DIRECT AND ENJOIN that these Our Letters Patent be published within
Our Windward Islands and Leeward Islands and be duly recorded in the Offices of the respective
Governors and Administrators of Our said States and Colonies.
AND to the said ends aforesaid, we have caused these Our Letters Patent to be sealed with
the Public Seal of Our State of Saint Lucia.
WITNESS Our Trusty and Well-Beloved His Excellency RUSSELL HOROTHO VINCENT
BELIZAIRE, Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Governor's
Deputy of Saint Lucia at Government House, St. Lucia this 12th day of June in
the Year of Our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixty-nine and in the Eighteenth
Year of Our Lord.
BY COMMAND
C. W. KING
Secretary to Cabinet.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

APPOINTMENTS
No. 182.
HIS Excellency the Deputy Governor, on the
advice of the Judicial and Legal Ser-
vice Commission, has appointed MR. ERNEST
JOHN, LL.B., Senior Assistant Secretary, Premier's
Ministry, to the post of Additional Magistrate,
Grenada, with effect from 1st August, 1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada,
26th July, 1969.
P.F. 487.
No. 183.
THE Public Service Commision has appointed
DR. IVOR S. HILL to the post of Veterinary
Officer, Veterinary and Livestock Division of the
Premier's Ministry, on contract for three years
in the first instance with effect from 24th June,
1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada,
26th July, 1969.
P.F. 2616.
No. 184.
THE Public Service Commission has appointed
Mr. ALBERT ABRAHAM as an Assistant
Inspector of Schools, Education Division of the
Ministry of Social Affairs, Culture and Com-
munity Development, with effect from 1st August,
1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada,
23rd July, 1969.
P.F. 2609.


No. 185.

THE Public Service Commission has appointed
MR. DAVID FLETCHER, B.Sc. (Econ), Assistant
Secretary, to the post of Senior Economist,
Planning Unit of the Premier's Ministry, with
effect from 1st August, 1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada,
28th July, 1969.
P.F. 2142.

CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT

No. 186.
T He Public Service Commission has confirmed
the appointment of Miss ANNETTE GEORGE
as a Clerical Officer in the General Clerical Ser-
vice with effect from 1st January, 1968.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada,
28th July, 1969.
P.F. 2204.

VACATION LEAVE
No. 187.
R. C. R. ALLEYNE, Assistant Secretary, Minis-
try of Finance, Trade and Production has
been granted 233 days' vacation leave with effect
from 16th July, 1969.

Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada,
26th July, 1969.
P.F. 234










GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 2, 1969.-(No. 47) 31


RESIGNATIONS

No. 188.
ISS MARJORIE LEWIS, Clerical Officer, Audit
Department, has resigned from the Service
with effect from 25th July, 1969.

Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada,
24th July, 1969.
P.F. 2000

No. 189.
MISS GERMAINE FERGUSON, Unqualified Labor-
atory Technician, General Hospital, has
resigned from the Service with effect from 1st
June, 1969.

Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada,
22nd July, 1969.
P.F. 1969.




GRENADA CIRCUIT:'

IN THE WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT

(High Court Division)


Suit No. 125 of 1968

Between:


MARY ELIZABETH SHIRLEY MITCHELL


Plaintiff


And


RAPHAEL CHARLES


Defendant


BY ORDER made the 29th day of January, 1969,
there wll be offered for sale at this office on
Friday 22nd day of August, 1969, at 12.00 noon
ALL THAT lot of land situate at Mt. Agnes in
the parish of Saint David in Grenada containing
32 Poles bounded as described in a plan annexed
to an Indenture dated the 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 $4,886.91.

E. C. WILKINSON,
Chief Registrar.


Registrar's Office,
Grenada,
18th July, 1969.


NOTICE
Vacancies, External Affairs Division, Premier's
Office

NVITATIONS are hereby extended to suitably
1 qualified persons to become Diplomatic
Trainees in the Grenada Civil Service.
Candidates should hold a degree from a
recognized University and Languages would be an
asset.
The successful candidates will be attached in
the first instance to the External Affairs Division
of the Premier's Office and will subsequently be
posted to Overseas Missions for training.
Applications, accompanied by two recent testi-
monials, should reach the Chief Personnel Officer,
Public Service Commission, not later than the 31st
August, 1969.
Premier's Office,
St. George's,
24th July, 1969.
P.D. 15/02.

NOTICE
Vacant post of Chief Youth Development and
Sports Officer

APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
the post of Chief Youth Development and
Sports Officer, in the Ministry of Social Affairs,
Culture and Community Development.
2. Salary will be in the AD2 scale, viz., $4704
x 180-5064 x 216-5280 x 240-6480.
3. Leave will be granted in accordance with
General Orders and the Officer will be subject to
the Financial Rules.
4. Applications should state qualifications and
experience of the applicants and should reach the
Chief Personnel Officer, Public Service Com-
mission not later than 31st August 1969.
Premier's Office,
23rd July, 1969.
P.D. 5/0 26.

NOTICE
Admission to Grenada Teachers' College

APPLICATIONS are invited for admission to
Grenada Teachers' College for the two-year
course beginning on the 15th September, 1969.
Qualifications:
(a) Four G.C.E. O-Level subjects including
English Language.
(b) Part I of the Teacher's Certificate Exam-
ination or completion of the College One-
year In-Service Course or a total of four
weeks' attendance at vacation Courses for
Teachers.
Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Education Officer, Ministry of Social Affairs, and
should reach him on or before 16th August, 1969.
Ministry of Social Affairs,
St. George's,
28th July, 1969.











14 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 2, 1969.-(No. 47)


NOTICE

Grenada Agricultural Scholarship, 1969

APPLICATIONS are invited for the above
Scholarship tenable at the Faculty of Agri-
culture, University of the West Inidies, St.
Augustine, Trinidad, from October, 1969.
Applicants should satisfy the minimum entrance
requirements for admission to the University of
the West Indies and should, in addition, have
included in their qualifications: -
(i) Chemistry: A pass at Ordinary Level or
equivalent; and
(ii) Mathematics: A pass at Ordinary Level or
equivalent;
Passes at Ordinary Level in Physics and in
Biological subjects are also considered desirable
but are not essential.
Applications should reach the Chief Education
Officer by 23rd August, 1969, and should be
accompanied by: -
(a) Birth Certificate or certified copy thereof;
(b) Evidence of British Nationality;
(c) Testimonials from two persons other than
school teachers under whom education was
received;
(d) Testimonial from the Principal of last school
attended.
(e) A Medical Officer's Certificate showing that
the candidate is in a normal state of
health and fit to pursue University studies.
Candidates who expect to obtain entrance
requirements on the results of he 1969 G.C.E.
Examination may apply.

Ministry of Social Affairs,
St. George's.
30th July, 1969.

NOTICE

UNITED KINGDOM COMMONWEALTH
SCHOLARSHIP 1970

A PPLICATIONS are invited for Common-
wealth Scholarships tenable in the United
Kingdom from October, 1970.
Most of these awards are for post-graduate
study and are available in many fields of study.
A few awards are also available at the under-
graduate level.
Scholarships are open to both men and women
who will not have reached their 35th birthday
by 1st October, 1970, but preference will be
given to candidates who are between 22 and 28
years of age. In exceptional circumstances
applications may be accepted from candidates
over 35 years of age.
Further information 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. The completed forms accom-
panied by the candidates plan of study, the certi-


fied record of his Secondary School or University
Course and the letter of reference from each of
the three persons named must reach the Chief
Education Officer on or before 31st August, 1969.
Ministry of Social Affairs,
Grenada,
July 10th, 1969,
SA 212/02.
GRENADA COCOA ASSOCIATION

Notification of General Meeting under Section 14
of the Cocoa Industry Ordinance No. 3 of 1964

fTHERE will be a General Meeting of the
S Grenada Cocoa Association at the Civil
Service Association Centre, Tanteen, St. George's
on Wednesday, 3rd September, 1969 at 10 a.m.
AGENDA
1. Reading of Minutes of General Meeting of
December, 27th 1968.
(a) Amendments if any.
(b) Motion for confirmation.
(c) Matters arising.
2. President's Report.
3. Nomination of members of the Association
to serve on the Board and election by ballot of
six of the members so nominated to serve for the
ensuing cocoa year.
4. Other business.
5. Adjournment.
All members of the Association are invited to
attend.
L. D. G. CROMWELL
Secretary,
Grenada Cocoa Industry Board.
Grenada Cocoa Association,
Lucas Street,
St. George's,
Dated 30th July, 1969.

NOTICE
ALL 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: --
Local Purchases


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


... 14 cents
38 cents
39 cents


per lb.
per lb.
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












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 2, 1969.-(No. 47)


NOTICE

COMMONWEALTH CARIBBEAN REGIONAL
SECRETARIAT

VACANCY FOR SENIOR SECRETARY



APPLICATIONS arc invited from sui-ably quali-
fied persons for appointment to the post of
Senior Secretary in the Commonwealth Caribbean
Regional Secretariat, Georgetown, Guyana.

Duties :

The person appointed to this post will be required
to perform the following duties :-
(a) to supervise the day to day operations of the
Registry ;
(b) to supervise the day to day operations of the
Stenographers and Typists ;
(c) to organise and supervise all secretarial
arrangements for regional conferences and
meetings held at the Caribbean Regional
Secretariat ;
(d) such other duties as may be required from
time to time by the Secretary-General or
other duly authorised officer.

Qualifications :

(i) The General Certificate of Education at
Ordinary Level (or equivalent quali-
fication) with passes in at least five sub-
jects of which one must be ENGLISH
LANGUAGE.
(ii) A high sense of responsibility, good
judgment and initiative ;
(iii) A high degree of proficiency in shorthand
and typewriting.
(iv) Experience in serving Conferences plus
some administrative ability.

Salary :

Salary is on the scale $5,400 x $180 $6,120 per
annum. In addition to salary a house allowance
at the rate of $1,800 per annum will be paid when
the candidate reaches the point $5,760 per annum
in the scale. Starting point in the scale will be
according to merit and experience.

2. Information and Conditions applicable to the post

(i) It is proposed that in due course a scheme
of Superannuation benefits should be
initiated for Members of the staff of the
Secretariat. In the meantime it is pro-
posed that persons should be appointed
to the Secretariat on contract or on
secondment from Governments of Mem-
ber Territories. Serving officers should
apply through their respective Govern-
ments.
(ii) Appointments will be on probation for a
minimum period of one year, and con-


firmation in the appointment will be
subject to satisfactory work and conduct
during the probationary period.
(iii) Appointments will be subject to physical
fitness and to any rules, regulations, orders
or instructions which may from time to
time be instituted in respect of service
with the Commonwealth Caribbean
Regional Secretariat.
(iv) Secretariat staff will not be required to
pay income tax to the Government of
Guy,;na. They will, however, be required
to make payments month'y to a Staff
Assessment Scheme. This assessment
will be computed on the basis of gross
salary, excluding allowances.
(v) Other general conditions of appointment
such as leave have not yet been settled.
It is, however, proposed that such con-
ditions should, generally, be on similar
lines to those adopted by Governments
of Member Territories.
3. Applications should be accompanied by a
curriculum vi!ae and should give the names of two
persons to whom reference may be made, if
necessary, and should reach the Secretary-General,
Commonwealth Caribbean Regional Secretariat,
Third Floor, Bank of Guyana Building, George-
town, Guyana, not later than 15th August, 1969.


ANNOUNCEMENT

Ministry of Agriculture Lands & Fisheries,
Agronomy Division



Di ribution of Rooted Cutting of Selected
Strains of Grenada Cocoa for Planting in 1970



PERSONS desirous of obtaining planting mat
erial from the Cocoa Stations for planting in
1970 should apply on the forms provided for that
purpose, entitled : "Application Form for plants
Propagated for Distribution by the Department of
Agriculture".
(2) Application forms should be forwarded in
duplicate to the Chief Technical Officer (Agro-
nomy), Mt. Horne Cocoa Station, St. Andrew's to
reach him not later than 31st October, 1969.
(3) Applications received after the 31st October
1969 will neither be acknowledged nor considered.
(4) Application forms are available at the De-
partment of Agriculture, all Agricultural and
Cocoa Stations, and District Revenue Offices :
Application forms can also be obtained from all
members of the extension staff of the Department
of Agriculture.
(5) Rooted Cocoa Cuttings are delivered at a
cost of 5c. per plant to the applicant at a point,
as near as possible to the site at which they are
to be planted, and accessible at the time to the
motor vehicle conveying the plants.


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316 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 2, 1969.-(No. 47)


(6) The conditions under which planting mat-
erial will be issued are as follows :-

(i) The area selected by the applicant will be
inspected by an authorised officer, as
soon as possible after the receipt of the
application, for the purpose of deter-
mining the suitability of the site in regard
to altitude, soil type, wind protection and
other ecological and environmental con-
ditions. The applicant will then be noti-
fied whether or not the area is approved
for planting.

(ii) If for stated reasons the area is declared
to be unsuitable for planting cocoa clones,
no allocation of plants will be made to
the applicant.

(iii) If the area is declared suitable, an autho-
rised officer will inform the applicant
what minimum action is required of him
by the Department of Agriculture, in
regard to the provision of ground shade,
windbreaks, soil conservation measures,
soil preparation etc. The Agricultural
Department will render all assistance,
guidance and advice in this connection.

(iv) The minimum area for which plants will
be issued will be that which will contain
fifty (50) rooted cuttings planted at a
spacing of 12ft. x 12ft. in a block.

The area to be planted will be re-inspected by
an authorised Officer immediately before the pro-
posed date of delivery of the plants for the purpose
of ascertaining whether all conditions have been
satisfactorily fulfilled, and whether the area is in a
suitable state of preparation for planting.

(v) Authorised Officers of the Department of
Agriculture, will make periodic inspections
of the planted areas as often as may be
considered necessary, for the purpose of
observing field conditions, the develop-
ment of the young plants and advising
the growers on the care and management
of the young plants.

(7) Applications are advised to take advantage
of the experience already gained in replanting
methods at the Cocoa Stations and other plots,
where replantings with rooted Cocoa Cuttings have
already been undertaken.

Applicants are accordingly invited to visit the
Cocoa Stations and to make the fullest possible
use of all information available.

A small token charge is imposed for citrus,
mango, avocado and other economic plants. This
charge bears no relation to the actual cost of
production and is imposed with a view to stimulate
farmers to take more care of these plants than in
the past, thus exploiting their full potential.


A. M. CRUICKSHANK,
for Chairman
Cocoa Rehabilitation Board.


NOTICE

T AKE notice that the Register of Voters 1969
for the St. Patrick's District Board Elections
has been published and may be seen at the District
Board Office and at the Court House, Sauteurs.
The Chairman and two (2) members of the
Board will hold a special meeting at the District
Board Office on Thursday, 14th August, 1969,
from 4.00 p.m to 6.00 p.m. for hearing objections
to names not entitled to be retained therein, and
claims for the insertion of names improperly
omitted therefrom.


DA COSTA


NYACK
Secretary.


District Board Office,
Sauteurs.
18th July, 1969.


NOTICE

l AKE notice that the Register of Voters for the
St. Andrew's District Board Elections has
been published and may be seen at the temporary
Court House, Grenville and at this Office.
The Chairman and (2) two other members of
the Board will hold a Special Meeting at this
office on Wednesday, 13th August, 1969, between
4.30 p.m and 6.30 p.m for the purpose of hearing
claims for the deletion of names not entitled to be
retained therein and for the insertion of names
improperly omitted therefrom.


District Board Office,
Grenville,


L. A. JACQUES
Secretary.


18th July, 1969.


NOTICE

N OTICE is hereby given that at an extra-
N ordinary general meeting of the members of
La Sagesse (Grenada) Limited held on 5th day of
July, 1969, it was resolved that the Company be
wound up voluntarily and that MR. ROGER
PRITCHARD of the firm of Pannell, Fitzpatrick &
Co., St. George's, Grenada, be and he is hereby
appointed liquidator for the purpose of such
winding up.
All creditors and other persons having any
claims or demands against the Company are
hereby required to send particulars in writing of
their claims or demands to the undersigned, the
liquidator of the Comnany on or before 31st day
of July, 1969, at the undermentioned address.

Dated this 10th day of July, 1969.

R. J. PRITCHARD


The Carenage,
P. 0. Box 98,
St. George's.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 2, 1969.-(No. 47) 317

COMMERCIAL AND DOMESTIC ARTS INSTITUTE

ADULT EVENING COMMERCIAL PROGRAMME

BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 15


Subject

Basic Typing
Basic Shorthand
Basic Bookkeeping
Commercial English
Commercial Arithmetic
Advanced Typing
Customs Procedures
These are Credit Courses


Length and Cost of Course


-3
-3
-3
-3
-3
--1
--1


Terms
Terms
Terms
Terms
Terms
Term
Term


Instructor


- $10.00 per term Mrs. E. Mc Neilly
$- 8.00 per term Mrs. M. Derkacz, C.I.D.A.
- $ 8.00 per term Mr. J. Mc Mullen, C.I.D.A.
- $ 8.00 per term Mr. A. Redhead
- $ 8.00 per term Mr. D. Cummings
- $10.00 per term Miss M. Joseph
(Tentative Offer Depending Upon Interest)


toward an Institute Diploma in OFFICE ARTS OR STENOGRAPHY.


ADULT EVENING DOMESTIC ARTS COURSES
BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 15


Domestic Arts 2 Terms
Cookery 2 Terms
Basic Sewing Design 1 Term
Advanced Sewing Design 1 Term
All subjects except Domestic Arts are
Exceptions are: Domestic Arts


- $30.00 per course Mrs. V. Francis
- $10.00 per term Mrs. V. Francis
- $10.00 per term Mrs. A. A. LA Grenade
- $10.00 per term Mrs. A. A. LA Grenade
held for 2 evenings per week. From 4.30 to 6.30.
3 evenings 4.30-7.00


Cookery 2 evenings 7.30-9.30
Advanced Typing 2 evenings 7.00-9.00
All Fees MUST be paid at the beginning of each Term.
Application Forms are available at the Institute 8.30 a.m.-4.00 p.m. Monday to Friday.
All applications MUST be submitted by August 22, 1969.


COMMERCIAL AND DOMESTIC ARTS INSTITUTE

DAY COMMERCIAL ARTS PROGRAMME

BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 9, ,1969

The Domestic Arts Course will be offered on:
Monday, Tuesdays, and Thursdays for 13 weeks from 9 00 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.
STUDENTS will be required to perform suitable private domestic work for two other days
per week from about October 8. The Institute will attempt to place all students where neces-
sary in these positions.
FEES $30.00 ($10.00 to be paid on the day of registration-the balance to be completed by
October 30.)
DAY DOMESTIC ARTS PROGRAMME

BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 8, 1969
STENOGRAPHY-Class of 20
Applicants for this course MUST Jiave '0' Level English to qualify for Admission.
This one year course includes:
Typing Office Practice
Shorthand Commercial Correspondence
Commercial Arithmetic Elements of Bookkeeping
OFFICE ARTS-Class of 20
This one year course includes:
Typing Office Practice
Record Keeping & Bookkeeping English
Commercial Arithmetic Commercial Correspondence
Selection may be based upon the results of a qualifying examination to be written near the end
of August, the DATE will be announced later.
Fees must be paid at the beginning of each Term-$12.00 Term.
Application Forms are available at the Institute 8.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m Monday to Friday. All
applications MUST be submitted by August 15, 1969.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 2, 1969.-(No. 47)


NOTICE

GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCkATION



Effective as from Saturday 1st February, 1969

Current advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:-


GRADE


Green Nutmegs

Dried Nutmegs

Grinders (Cracked)

No. 1. Mace

No. 2. Mace

Mace Pickings


Date Fixed: 29th January 1969.


ROBERT S. RENWICK,
Secretary.


GRENADA.

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


ADVANCES


per lb.







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16c.

24c.

12c.

l0c.

40c.

16c.


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