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GRENADA


Government Gazette

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VOL. 871 SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1969


[No. 65


GRENADA:
To the Honourable Doctor ADOLF BIERZYNSKI,
Parliamentary Secretary.
BY virtue of the power and authority in me vested under the Constitution of Grenada set out in
Schedule 2 to the Grenada Constitution Order, 1967 and acting in accordance with the advice
of the Premier, I hereby authorise you the said ADOLF BIERZYNSKI as from Monday the 20th
day of October, 1969, to perform the functions of the office of Minister of Health, Housing, Labour
and Local Government until the Honourable HERBERT PREUDHOMME returns to Grenada or
until your authority for so doing is sooner revoked by me acting as aforesaid.
GIVEN under my hand at Government House in Grenada this 21st day of October, One
thousand nine hundred and sixty-nine.
HILDA BYNOE
Governor.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES
APPOINTMENT
No. 282.
IN connection with Gazette Notice No. 167 of
12th July, 1969 concerning persons appointed
to the Governing Body of the Grenada Boys'
Secondary School for the period ending 30th June,
1970, MR. CURTIS V. STRACHAN, replaces
Mr. CHASLEY DAVID, as the representative of the
Grenada Boys' Secondary School Old Boys' As-
sociation with effect from 8th October, 1969 and
ending 30th June, 1970.
Miinstry of Social Affairs,
23rd October, 1969.
S.A. 202/2.
RETIREMENT
No. 283.
MR. A. A. LA GRENADE, M.B.E., Cabin,
Secretary, has retired from the Service wii'.
effect from 19th Octobe-, 1969.6 -
Office of the Public Se i* mmniio ,3
Grenada, \
18th October, 1969.
P.F. 372 II. -

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RESIGNATION
No. 284.
MR. RAPHAEL HOBSON, Clerical Officer,
Customs and Excise Division of the Minis-
try of Finance, Trade and Production, has
resigned from the Service with effect from 17th
October, 1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada,
18th October, 1969.
P.F. 2080.

No. 285.
T HE following Reports which were laid in the
House of Representatives and the Senate on
4th and 5th September, 1969 respectively are
circulated with and form part of this Gazette:-
1. The Government Savings Bank Accounts
Certificate for the year 1968.
2. The Government Savings Bank Audited
Revenue and Expenditure for the year
1968.
25th October, 1969.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 25, 1969-(No. 65)


No. 286.

THE following Report which was laid in the
House of Representatives and the Senate on
4th and 5th Septemebr, 1969 respectively is
circulated with and forms part of this Gazette: -

Report of the Manager of the Grenada
Agricultural Bank for the year ended
31st December, 1968.

25th October, 1969.


NOTICE

IR. RoY ST. JOHN has declined to serve on the
Salaries Commission appointed by Govern-
ment to undertake a revision of Civil Servants'
Salaries on the basis that he is President of the
Civil Service Association.

He has been replaced on the Commission by
Mr. R. C. P. MOORE.

R. R. BANFIELD
Secretary.

25th October, 1969.




NOTICE

THE following goods, having been seized and
forfeited for breaches of the Customs Ordi-
nance No. 35 of 1960, will be offered for sale by
Public Auction at the Baggage Shed on the St.
George's Pier on November 6th, 1969.

The sale commences at 10 a.m.

22 cases Black & White Scotch Whisky
58 bottles Black & White Scotch Whisky
4 cases White Horse Whisky
4 cartons Mt. Gay Eclipse Rum
100 bottles .
25 bottles Gordon's Gin
24 bottles Ibis Brandy
4 cartons Old Oak Rum
25 cartons State Express Cigarettes
1 carton Lucky Strike Cigarettes
2 cartons Piccadilly Cigarettes
4 Shirts
1 Jersey
1 pair pants
6 pairs shoes
2 pairs slippers
2 pieces cloth
2 bottles of wine
2 cartons & 14 cans beer.


A. D. MITCHELL
Comptroller of Customs.


GRENADA:
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(CIVIL)
Suit No. 121 of 1969 (Original)
In the Estate of ELLIOT HALL, deceased
and
In the matter of the Real Estate Devolution
Ordinance Cap. 250 of the Revised Laws
of Grenada.

BY an Order dated the 25th day of August,
1969, there will be offered for sale at this
office on Friday the 31st day of October, 1969,
at 12.00 noon ALL THAT lot of land containing
3 acres 2 poles situate at Saint Paul's in the parish
of Saint George bounded on its several sides by
the Saint Paul's Main Road and the La Borie
byeway, lands of L. G. T. Holder, lands of
Nathaniel De Allie and lands of Joseph Williams
and lands of Cynthia Henry.
The sale is subject to the usual conditions, a
copy of which may be seen at this office and to
the RESERVED PRICE of $26,000.00.

E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar.
Chief Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
29th September, 1969.


GRENADA:
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(CIVIL)
Suit No. 254 of 1968
Betweet4


NORBERT NYACK

BETTY YONG


And


Plaintif

Defendant


Now by Order dated 6th August, 1969


LYRIS NYACK Administratrix of
NORBERT NYACK deceased.


BETTY YONG


Plaintiff


Defendant


Y order made 25th August, 1969 there will be
offered for sale at this office on Friday, 31st
October, 1969 at 12.00 noon ALL THAT lot of
land together with the buildings thereon known as
"The Club premises and Yard" situate between
Victoria Street and Albert Street in the town of
Grenville in the parish of Saint Andrew in the
island of Grenada known as the Grenville Club.
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 $64,035.00.

E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar.
Chief Registrar's Chambers,
Grenada,
1st October, 1969.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 25, 1969-(No. 65)


NOTICE

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship
.Plan Canadian Awards-1970

APPLICATIONS are invited for Commonwealth
Scholarships tenable in Canada from Sep-
tember, 1970.

Most of these awards are for post-graduate
study. A few awards are also available at under-
graduate level if the programme of studies the
applicant wishes to follow is not available in his
country. Scholarships will not be awarded to
candidates who already hold a Ph.D. degree,
nor will they be given for medical or dental
degrees, or for clinical training.

These Scholarships are open to men and
women who will not have reached their thirty-
fifth birthday by 1st October, 1970

Further information may be obtained from
the Chief Education Officer, Ministry of Social
Affairs.

Application forms are available at the Min-
istry of Social Affairs and the completed forms
accompanied by the applicant's plan of study,
the certified record of his secondary school or
university course and the letter of reference from
each of the three persons named in the application
form must reach the Chief Education Officer on
or before 15th November, 1969.

Applications not accompanied by school
records and photostat copies of certificates and
diplomas, or in respect of which letters of refer-
ence are not received will not be considered.

Ministry of Social Affairs,
St. George's,
8th October, 1969.


NOTICE

Commonwealth Scholarships East African Awards

APPLICATIONS are invited for two Scholar-
ships being offered by the East African
Governments under the Commonwealth Scholar-
ship and Fellowship Plan.
The Scholarships are tenable at the University
of East Africa and are mainly for post-graduate
study.

Full particulars and application forms are
available from the Chief Education Officer, Min-
istry of Social Affairs.

Completed application forms accompanied by
the letter of reference from each of the three
persons named must reach the Chief Education
Officer on or before 31st October, 1969.

Ministry of Social Affairs,
St. George's,
8th October, 1969.


NOTICE

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA AWARDS

General Cultural Scholarship Scheme

A PPLICATIONS are invited for Scholarships
tenable in Indian Universities/ Research
Institutions under the General Cultural Scholar-
ship Scheme for 1970-71.

The Scholarships are available in many fields
of study at both undergraduate and post-graduate
levels. Further information may be obtained
from the Chief Education Officer, Ministry of
Social Affairs.

Applications accompanied by the candidate's
plan of study, certified record of his school or
university course, photostat copies of certificates
and diplomas, and two letters of reference must
reach the Chief Education Officer on or before 1st
November, 1969.

Ministry of Social Affairs,
St. George's
10th October, 1969.


NOTICE

TT is hereby notified for the information of all
registered Cotton Growers that a Poll will be
held at the Office of the Carriacou Cotton Associ-
ation at Hillsborough on Saturday, 15th November,
1969, from 8.00 a.m.-12.00 noon, for the purpose
of electing six (6) members of the Cotton Board
for the Cotton Year ending 30th November, 1970.

G. R. MACINTOSH
Secretary.
Premier's Office,
St. George's.
15th October, 1969.


NOTICE

Importation of Animals into the State

T HE attention of the general public is drawn
to Statutory Rules and Order No. 37 of
1960, Animals (Importation Control) Regula-
tions 1960, made under section 14 of the Animals
(Diseases and Importation) Ordinance, 1953
(No. 9 of 1953).

Under Regulation 10 of S.R. & 0. No. 37 of
1960, no dog or cat shall be imported into Gren-
ada except from those countries specified in the
Second Schedule of these Regulations.

Since Trinidad and Tobago is not a specified
country under this regulation, the importation of
dogs and cats from that country is prohibited.

G. A. SOUTHWELL
Chief Technical Officer (Extension).


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 25, 1969-(No. 65)


NOTICE

SEALED Tenders are invited for the supply of
the undermentioned building materials for
use by the Ministry of Communications, Works
and Natural Resources during the year 1970: -

Portland Cement per sack of 94-lbs.
Mild Steel reinforcing rods-all sizes
Galvanized corrugated roofing-all guages
Soft Board-" x 8' x 4'

Cast Iron Pipe Fittings
Bends 4"
Plain Tees 4"
Y's 4"

P. V. C. Rigid Conduit
3-" light duty white
3" heavy duty black
1" heavy duty

Pitch Pine: -
Scantling all sizes
Boards (dressed) all sizes
Planks (rough) all sizes

Lavatory Suites-S & P Traps
Low tanks
High tanks

Hings (Galvanized): -

4"
6"
8"
10"

Steel Butts: -
2
.. .. 2 ,"
3"
4"

Brass Butts: -

2"
e 21"
S 4"

Enamel Sinks:-


.. 20" x 12"
24" x 16"
.. 30" x 18"

Cast Iron Soil Pipes 4" x 6 ft.
Galvanized Pipes-all sizes

Green Heart: -
1" X 4" grooved & tongued boards
1" x 6" "
2" X 4" scantling
2" x 6"


B. R. C. Mesh:-
No: 35
36
38
66


Rolls of 150x7ft
" 150 x 7ft.
150x7ft.
150 x7ft.


Wall Crete Cement-per 94-lb. bag
Wire Nails

Ply Board-Douglas Fir:-
4'X 8'X 3i"
4'x8'x"

Baboon 4'x 8'x 3/16"
4'x 8'x"
S 3'x7'x3/16"
Mahogany 3' x 7' x
4'x 8'x"
Illomba 3' x 7' x "
4'x 8' x"
Eyong 3'x 7'x "

Lavatory Basins-White (procelain):-
20" x 16"-1 Tap
20" x 16"-2 taps
18"x 15"-1 tap
18"x 15"-2 taps

Hollow Concrete Blocks: -
4"x 8" x 16"
6"x 8"x 16"
8"x 8" X 16"


White pine boards and planks
rough all sizes.


dressed and


Galvanized nails

Tenders should be clearly marked on the
cover, "Tenders for supply of building materials"
and should be addressed to the Chairman,
Tenders Committee, to reach him not later than
12 noon on Saturday, 1st November, 1969.

Government does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any Tender.

Ministry of Communications, Works and
Natural Resources,
St. George's.


NOTICE

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship
Plan Government of Hong Kong Awards-1970


T HE Government of Hong Kong is offering two
two-year Scholarships for post-graduate
study or research tenable at either the University
of Hong Kong or the Chinese University of Hong
Kong from October, 1970.

Further particulars and application forms can
be obtained from the Chief Education Officer,
Ministry of Social Affairs, and completed applica-
tion forms should reach him on or before 15th
November, 1969.

Ministry of Social Affairs,
St. George's,
8th October, 1969.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 25, 1969-(No. 65)


GRENADA :


IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE


CIVIL FIXTURES FOR


NOVEMBER, 1969-JANUARY, 1970 COMMENCING AT
9.00 A.M. DAILY


Plaintiff and
Solicitor

Ethelstan Cuthbert
Joseph
(Adminx. of the
Estate of Emelina
Raeburn deceased)
by
G. E. D. Clyne

T. E. Noble Smith
& Co. Ltd.
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson

Joseph Augustus
Pitt
by

C. A. St. Bernard


Martin Augustus
Douglas
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson


Defendant and
Solicitor

Roy Toussaint


by

Hosten & Punch-
Johnson

Lincoln Belfon


Thomas
Egbert Noble
Smith
by
Hosten &
Punch-Johnson

Claris Victor

by
G. E. Clyne


IN THE ESTATE OF JOSEPH JAPAL,
DECEASED
AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE PARTITION
ORDINANCE, CAP. 208 OF THE
REVISED LAWS OF GRENADA
By
G. E. D. Clyne
&
Henry, Henry & Bristol


Nature of Claim
of Matter

Damages for
Trespass


Date of
Hearing Remarks

Monday
10. 11. 69


Debt-Motion Monday
for Committal 10. 11. 69


Motion for
Committal




Damages
for
Conversion


For
Partition
of lands


Monday
10. 11. 69




Tuesday
11. 11. 69


Tuesday
11. 11. 69


WEDNESDAY, 12 NOVEMBER, 1969

CHAMBERS


Donald Mason
by


J. B. Renwick

T. E. Noble Smith
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson


Jules Forde
Executor of the
Estate of
Josephine otherwise
Justine sometimes
Justina Forde Deceased

G. E. D: Clyne


Cosnel Tobin
and
The Attorney
General


N. A. Robertson


Walter Williams
Personal
Representative
of the Estate of
Marie Williams,
dec'd
by
J. B. Renwick


Damages for
negligence


Writ of
Attachment


Thursday
13. 11. 69


Thursday
13. 11. 69


Debt Thursday
13. 11. 69


417


No. of
Suit

138
of
1964o


24
of
1962s



88
of
1964o


158
of
1966o



23
of
1966o


174
of
1965s



258
of
1960o


165
of
1962o












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 25, 1969-(No. 65)


Plaintiff and
Solicitor

Luther Hector
by
Derek Knight


Defendant and


Defendant and
Solicitor

Eileen Hypolite


Nature of Claim
or Matter

Damages for
trespass and
for an
injunction


IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF
CLAUDIA FINDA LANGAIGNE FOR A
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
CLAUDIA FINDA Bennett Joseph
LANGAIGNE Langaigne
by by
Henry, Henry & Bristol Ovid C. Gill


Joseph Hypolite
by
Ovid C. Gill

Norman Williams
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson


Eugenia Hypolite
by
Lewis & Renwick

MARK RICHARDSON
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson

Hygrade food Products
Corporation a
Corporatior'in
corporate in the
United States of
America
by
J. B. Renwick


Orin Chandler
by
Derek Knight

Federal Investments
Ltd.
and
Winston Berrotte
by
Ovid C. Gill

Joseph Hypolite
and
Neville Rennie

Wickam David
by
G. E. D. Clyne


Lennard Anthony
Purcell
by
A: Williams


For a
Declaration


Damages for
negligence




Damages for
Trespass


Damages for
breach of
contract


Debt


Monday
17. 11. 69


Monday
17. 11. 69




Tuesday
18. 11. 69


Tuesday
18. 11. 69



Tuesday
18. 11. 69


WEDNESDAY, 19TH NOVEMBER, 1969

CHAMBERS


Veronica Telesford
by .
A. M. Cruickshank

Sylvester A. La Touche
by
Derek Knight

Agatha Noel
by
Derek Knight

Felecia McDonald : :
by
Ovid C. Gill



Timotheus St. Cyr
by
Irvin I. Duncan

Eric Matthew Gairy
by
Ovid C. Gill


Daniel Telesford
,' :and
Agatha Gilbert

Peter Redhead
by
G: E. D. Clyne

Lafite Noel
by
Ovid C. Gill

.Neweldas Francis
(commonly called
Boyie Francis)
by
George E. D. Clyne

Elizabeth Robbrts
by .
G. D. E. Clyne,

Pope Mc Lean
by .
Ben J. Jones


Divorce


Damages for
negligence

Divorce



Damages for
Trespass



Recovery of
Possession.


Damages for
t, .Slander


Thursday
20. 11. 69


Thursday
S20. 11. 69


Friday
,21. 11. 69


Friday
21. 11. 69



Monday.
24.. 11. 69,


Monday
- 24, 1.1; 69 >


418


No. of
Suit

123
of
1965s


106
2of
1969o


Date of
Hearing

Friday
14. 11. 69


Remarks


Divorce


Friday
14. 11.


69


280
of
1965o

125
of
1966o



41
of
1966s

210
of
1966o


42
of
1967o


83
of
1967o

60
of
1967o

118
of
1967o

88
of
1966s



121
of
1966s

39
of
1968o












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 25, 1969-(No. 65)


(No. of Plaintiff and
Suit Solicitor

242 Peter Neckles
of by
1967o G. E. D. Clyne


2 Alice Lalitte
of by
1967s G. E. D. Clyne


Defendant and
Solicitor

Gabriel St. John
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson

Jerome Edwards


Nature of Claim Date of
or Matter Hearing

Damages for Tuesday
negligence 25. 11. 69



Damages for Tuesday
Trespass 25. 11. 69


WEDNESDAY, 26TH NOVEMBER, 1969

CHAMBERS


Eric Matthew Gairy

by
Ovid C. Gill



Lloyd C. Bullen
(Personal Represen-
tative of Claudia
Gittens dec'd)
by
Derek Knight


Samuel Bowen
by .
H.,R. Scipio

Mary Adams
by
G. E. D. Clyne




Beatrice Plenty
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson


The Roman, Catholic
Bishop in Grenada
G. E. D. Clyne


Clarie Lawrence
Lester Ilolas
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson


Hyacinth Rodney

by
G. E. D. Clyne

Magrice W. Harbin

by
G. E. P.Ci, ne.


Alice Squires
by
G. E. D. Clyne


M. A. Bullen
Alstan Andrew
(Proprietors of
the Vanguard"
Newspaper)
by
H. R. Scipio

Ifil Thomas

by
J. H. V. Redhead


Georgiana Grannum
by
J. H. V. Redhead

Beatrice Plenty
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson
George Plenty
Whiteman Plenty

Richardson Adams
Mary Adams
Edwin Adams
and `
Michael Adams


. Everest Charles
by
Ovid C. Gill


Earlyn Holas
by

G. E. D. Clyne


Michael Phillip

by ,, -,
A. M. Cruidkshank"

Mary Cromwell
Herman Barry
by
Henry, Henry &
Bristol


Damages for
Libel





Recovery of
Possession
and arrears
of rent



Recovery of
Possession


Damages for
Trespass and
assault and
battery



Damages for
Trespass


Thursday
27. 11. 69





Thursday
27. 11. 69


Friday
28. 11. 69


Friday
28. 11. 69




Friday
28. 11. 69


Damages for .,. Monday
wrongful entry' 1. 12. 69
and for a
Declaration


Recovery of
Possession


Damages for
negligence



Damages for
negligence


Jestina Gilbert: "" '" riages for
and Assault and
Fitz-Osbert Pounder Battery


Tuesday
2. 12. 69


Tuesday
2. 12. 69



Thursday
4. 12. 69



'Fiday :
5. 12. 69


419


Remarks


97
of
1968o




6
of
1967s


251
of
1967o

67
of
1967s




47
of
1967s



266
of
1967o


20
of
1968o



66
of
1967s


38
of
1968o



96
of
1967s


C)
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 25, 1969-(No. 65)


No. of
Suit

68
of
1968o


88
of
1968o


107
of
1967s


105
of
1968o



106
of
1968o


Plaintiff and
Solicitor

Raphael Joseph
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson

Caesar Roberts
by
Ben J. Jones


Norbert Cooper
by
G. E. D. Clyne

Matilda Simon
by
G. E. D. Clyne



Prescot Simon
by
G. E. D. Clyne


Defendant and
Solicitor

Joseph Liverpool
by
A. Williams


Roosevelt Walker
and
Clifton Joseph
by
Derek Knight

Septimus Clarke
by
Henry, Henry &
Bristol

Vincent Mc Donald
and
Cleophas Emmonds
by
Henry, Henry &
Bristol

Vincent Mc Donald
and
Cleophas Emmonds
by
Henry, Henry &
Bristol


Nature of Claim
or Matter

Damages for
Trespass


Damages for
negligence



Damages for
Trespass
and injunction

Damages for
negligence




Damages
for
negligence


Sheila Scott
by
Derek Knight


Ruth Surallie

by
J. H. V. Redhead


Avis Briggs
by
W. L. Nyack

Christopher Eustace
Morris
by
G. E. D. Clyne

Kathleen Fay Smith

by
Derek Knight


Francis Scott Divorce
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson and Bernadette
Martin


Dr. Rupert Japal Specific Per-
Philemon Japal formance of a
and Lawrence Japal contract
by
Ben J. Jones


Raymond Briggs


Mary Morris

by
Derek Knight

Julian Landreth
Smith
by
Ben J. Jones


Divorce


Divorce


Divorce


Monday
15. 12. 69


Monday
15. 12. 69


Tuesday
16. 12. 69


Tuesday
16. 12. 69


Tuesday
16. 12. 69


WEDNESDAY, 17TH DECEMBER, 1969

CHAMBERS


Doril Caesar
by
Irvin I. Duncan

Hubert Farray
by
G. E. D. Clyne


Renald Noel


Stephen Findley
by
Irvin I. Duncan


Damages for
Trespass


Debt


Thur4say
18. 12. 69


Thursday
1I. 12. 69


420


Remarks


Date of
Hearing

Friday
5. 12. 69


Monday
8. 12. 69



Monday
8. 12. 69


Thursday
11. 12. 69




Monday
15. 12. 69


219
of
1968o



160
of
1968o


115
of
1969o

315
of
1968o

68
of
1969o


116
of
1967s

9
of
1969o













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 25, 1969-(No. 65)


No. of Plaintiff and
Suit Solicitor

11 Hollywood Fashion
of House (per Alston
1969o Johnson, proprietor)
by
J. H. V. Redhead


Dorothy Gittens

by
Ovid C. Gill


Kent Estates Limited
by
Henry, Henry & Bristol


David Christopher
Stroude
by
L. A. Salfarlie


Defendant and
Solicitor

Rachael Ramdeen


by
L. A. Saltarlie

Foster Alphonso
Gittens
by
G. E. D. Clyne


Nature of Claim
or Matter


Debt


Divorce


Date of
Hearing


Remarks


Friday
19. 12. 69


Friday
19. 12. 69


Raphael Charles and Damages for Monday
Claude Richardson wrongful entry 22. 12. 69


Maudlyn Stroude
(nee Depradine)


Divorce


Monday
22. 12. 69


WEDNESDAY, 7TH JANUARY, 1970


CHAMBERS


Dorothy Thomas Julian Maxime
(Executrix of the Will of
Catherine Maxime dec'd)
by
A. Williams

Edward Worme Isaac Vincent
by
Hosten & Punch-Johnson

Byron Ashmore Ross Cuthbert Ross
by
Hosten & Punch-Johnson

Randolph Charles Norman De Susa
by and
H. R. Scipio Raymond De Susa

Oliver Ellis by his Everal Shockness
Attorney Sybil Sylvester
by
Hosten & Punch-Johnson

Eli James Cosmos Alexander
by
H. R. Scipio

Ashley Mitchell Lennard Telesford

by
L. A. Salfarlie


Virginia Thomas
by
G. E. D. Clyne


Camir Duncan
and
Theresa Duncan


Recovery of
Possession



Damages for
Trespass


Damages for
assault and
battery

Damages for
negligence


For a Decla-
ration



Damages for
negligence


Thursday
8. 1. 70



Thursday
8. 1. 70


Friday
9. 1. 70


Friday
9. 1. 70


Monday
12. 1. 70



Monday
12. 1. 70


Return of gold Tuesday
watch, its value 13. 1. 70
and damages for
its detention


Damages for
Waste


Tuesday
13. 1. 70


WEDNESDAY, 14TH JANUARY, 1970

CHAMBERS


Huntley Mc Leod
by
t. A. Salfarlie

Septimus Clarke
by
Henry, Henry & Bristol


Sylvia Bowen
by
Ben J. Jones

Cecilia Me Guire


171
of
1969o


9
of
1968s

164
of
1969o


29
of
1968s



19
of
1968s

47
of
1968s

38
of
1968s

48
of
1968s


51
of
1968s

64
of
1968s


52
of
1968s


66
of
1968s

81
of
1968s


Damages for
Trespass


Damages for
Trespass


Thursday
15. 1. 70


Thursday
15. 1. 70


421]












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 25, 1969-(No. 65)


Plaintiff and
Solicitor

Alice Lallite
by
G. E. D. Clyne


Julie Francis by her
Guardian ad litem and
Dudley Francis
by
Hosten & Punch-Johnson

Ethel Greene, Ferdie
Arthur, Waldemar Smitl
by
Hosten & Punch-Johnson

Mc Leish Antoine (By
his next friend Cyril
Antoine)
by
Ben J. Jones


Defendant and Nature of Claim
Solicitor or Matter

Jerome Edwards Damages for
Florence Edwards Trespass &
and Adam Mc Ewen Injunction


Joseph Ogiste




George Smith
h



Prince Sylvester and
George St. Bernard

by
Derek Knight


Damages for
negligence



Recovery of
Possession


Personal injury
due to
negligence


Date of
Hearing

Monday
19. 1. 70


Monday
19. 1. 70



Tuesday
20. 1. 70



Tuesday
20. 1. 70


WEDNESDAY, 21ST JANUARY, 1970
CHAMBERS


Beatrice Pegus (Adminx.
of Charles Pegus dec'd)
by
Hosten & Punch-Johnson

Elizabeth Roberts
by

G. E. D. Clyne


Milton Gabriel
by

J. B. Renwick
Doris Pilgrim
by
L. A. Salfarlie

Albert Lewis Trading as
International Agencies
In Person


Una Henry
Oscar Fortune



R. Arundell Phillip
Desmond Crane

Charles Buckmire
by
Attorney General
Norman Cadet
and
Alphonso Miller

George Roden
by
Derek Knight

Patrick J. Bernard
by
J. H. V. Redhead


Damages for
Trespass


Damages for
Trespass



Damages for
Injuries


1. Specific per-
formance
2. Breach of
contract
Debt


WEDNESDAY, 28TH JANUARY, 1970
CHAMBERS

Edgar De Allie Augustus De Allie Debt
and
Joslyn De Allie
by by
Hosten & Punch Johnson Derek Knight


Daniel John
by
J. J. Copland


Catherine Glean
by
Ben J. Jones


Damages for
Trespass
& for an in-
junction


Thursday
29. 1. 70


Thursday
29. 1. 70


N.B.: (i) There will be Chambers each Wednesday during these Fixtures.
(ii) This is your official notification and no further notice or reminder will
Solicitors from these Chambers.


Chief Registrar's Chambers,
St. George's,
Grenada,
15th October, 1969.


be issued to


E. C. WILKINSON,
Chief Registrar.
W.I.A.S.S.C.


422


No. of
Suit

113
of
1968s


93
of
1968s



116
of
1968s


4
of
1969o


Remarks


120
of
1968s


70
of
1967s
1967


35
of
1969s

245
of
1968o

92
of
1969o


Thursday
22. 1. 70



Thursday
22. 1. 70



Monday
26. 1. 70


Monday
26. 1. 70


Tuesday
27. 1. 70


10
of
1966s


102
of
1968s











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 25, 1969-(No. 65)


NOTICE
Claims: Baltic States, Certain Ceded Territories
and U.S.S.R. State Notes

ATTENTION is drawn to the Foreign Com-
pensation (U.S.S.R.) Order 1969, obtainable
from Her Majesty's Stationery Office (S.I.735),
which provides for the Foreign Compensation
Commission receiving and determining claims
that have arisen since 1 January, 1939, in
relation to-
(a) the Baltic States and certain territories
ceded or transferred since 1939 to the
U.S.S.R., in respect of British-owned pro-
perty or interests in property affected by
nationalisation or expropriation, and in
respect of bank balances, government and
municipal bonds and debts held by or
owing to British nationals at the material
time; and
(b) unredeemed Lena and Tetiuhe State Notes,
irrespective of the nationality of the
holders.
Those whose claims were registered under the
Foreign Compensation (U.S.S.R.) (Registration)
Order 1959 should receive application forms from
the Commission and need take no action unless
the forms fail to reach them within thirty days
of this Notice. Others should write as soon as
possible to the Commission at Alesandra House,
Kingsway, London, W.C. 2, referring to this
Notice and giving brief particulars of their claim.
The LAST DATE for RECEIPT of APPLICA-
TIONS by the Commission is 31st December, 1969.


NOTICE

ALL Cocoa Producers, Buying (wet cocoa)
1 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 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.


POST OFFICE

Post early for Christmas


THE latest times of closing mails to ensure delivery to destination before Christmas Day are as
follows.


BY SURF
DESTINATION
Letters & Prints


Great Britain
United States of America
Canada
Guyana
West Indies-Associated States
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
Europe, Asia, Africa & Australia
Barbados


November 18th
November 4th
November 4th
December 9th
December 13th
November 29th
December 9th
October 21st
December 13th


ACE MAIL


BY AIR MAIL


Parcels Letters, Prints/Parcels


November 18th
November 4th
November 4th
December 9th
December 13th
November 29th
December 9th
October 21st
December 13th


December 11th
December 15th
December 15th
December 15th
December 15th
December 15th
December 17th
December 9th
December 17th


If suitable opportunities offer, supplementary Christmas Mails will be despatched.

T. C. PAYNE
Acting Postmaster General
General Post Office
Grenada,
3rd October, 1969.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 25, 1969-(No. 65)


NOTICE

GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION

Effective as from Monday, 8th September, 1969

Current advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:-

GRADE ADVANCES


Green Nutmegs ... 24c. per lb.

Dried N-megs ... 36c. "

Grinders (Cracked) ... 16c. "

No. 1. Mace ... $1.00 "

No. 2. Mace ... 52c. "

Mace Pickings .. 20c. "


Date Fixed: 3rd September, 1969.


ROBERT S. RENWICK
Secretary.


GRENADA.
PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMM0T PRDITIM O
ST GEORGi'S,
1969.


424








REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR 1968


Expenditure
To Interest paid on closed accounts
,, ,, capitalised and credited to
Depositors' accounts ....
, Salaries and rent ........
,, Balance carried to Reserve Account


$ 990.38


23,538.06
14,100.00
12,313.15
$ 50,989.59


Revenue
By Interest on Investments .......
,, Fees on issue of Depositors' pass books ....
,, Profit on sale of securities ....
,, Deposits and Withdrawals adjustment account...


$ 49,465.78
4.06
1,519.73
.02

$ 50,989.59


Deposits and Withdrawals Account


To Withdrawals ....
,, Deposits and Withdrawals adjustment account ....
,, Balance carried forward ...


$ 463,345.90
.02
1,0C7,377.45


Balance brought forward ....
Deposits received ....
Interest credited to Depositors' Accounts


$ 1,470,723.37

DEPOSITS AND WITHDRAWALS ADJUSTMENT ACCOUNT


To Balance carried to Revenue and Expenditure Account


$ 1,067,679.07
379,458.24
23,586.06


$ 1,470,723.37


By Deposits and Withdrawals Account


Investment Adjustment Account


To Balance carried to Reserve Account


To Balance at lst January, 1968 ...


.... $ 12,821.84


By Appreciation of Investments


.... $ 12,821.84


Reserve Account


.... $ 47,186.98


By Revenue and Expenditure Account
,, Investment Adjustment
,, Deficit ....


47,186.98

Balance Sheet at 31st December, 1968


$ 12,313.15
12,821.84
22,051.99
$ 47,186.98


Liabilities
Depositors
Net amount due to Accountant General


Assets


$1,007,377.45
.... 105,442.33


Cash
Investments at market value
Deficit


.... $ 24,117.06
... 1,066,650.73
.... 22,051.99
$ 1,112,819.78


$ 1,112,819.78


Examined


S. L. CYRUS
Acting Director of Audit.
30th. June, 1969


W. F. E. THOMAS
Acting Accountant General.
6th May, 1969.


SAVINGS


BANK


...

































GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK, GRENADA


Annual Financial Statement for the Year ended 31st December, 1968


AUDIT CERTIFICATE


The attached statement has been examined in accordance with section 12 of the Savings Bank
Ordinance (Chapter 273 of the Revised Laws of Grenada). I have obtained all the information
and explanations that I require, and I certify, as a result of this audit, subject to certain minor
matters which have been notified to the Accountant General that in my opinion, the statement
is correct.

S. L. CYRUS,
Acting Director of Audit.
Audit Department,
Grenada,
30th June, 1969.









GRENADA AGRICULTURAL BANK


MANAGER'S REPORT

HON MINISTER OF FINANCE.

Sir,
In accordance with section 161(1) of the Grenada Agricultural Bank Ordinance, 1965 (No. 2 of
1965), I beg to submit report of the Grenada Agricultural Bank for the year ended 3:1st March,
1968:

The following officers and persons were appointed to be members of the Board of Directors
for the year 1968:-
Permanent Secretary (Finance) ex-officio-Chairman
The Attorney-General or his Legal Assistant, ex-officio
Mr. G. A. Southwell, Superintendent of Agiculture, ex-officio
Major F. W. Power
Mr. D. A. Henry, Q.C., O.B.E.,
Mr. Arthur J. Louison
Mr. George Marecheau, B.Sc. (Econ.)-Manager.

During the year (10) meetings of the Board of Directors were held. The most important matters
considered were applications for loans. There was no change in policy which necessitated any
amendment to the Bank Ordinance.

The Fixed Deposits at 1st January, 1968, were $200,000. During the year $250,000 was
received on deposit and $200,000 repaid, leaving balance of $250,000 on deposit at 31st December,
1968.
The sum of $250,000 was received as advances from the Government of Grenada during the
year, bringing the total of advances received at 31st December, 1968, to $1,750,000.

Four hundred and sixty-three (463) loans were made during 1968 totalling $453,184.03. They
were made up as follows: -
No. $
Long Term Loans ... ... 42 140,274.70
Medium Term Loans ... ... 221 257,233.17
Short Term Loans ... ... 200 55,676.16

463 453,184.03

The purpose for which these loans were issued were as follows:-
Trac-
tors Farm
No. of Major Food vehi- Live- build- Ferti- Sun-
Loans crops crops cles stock ings lizers dries Total
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
Long
Term 42 20,220.00 3,500 5,550 7,150 103,854.70 140,274.70
Medium
Term 221 193,589.55 3,000 7,550 9,720 3,800 39,573.62 257,233.17
Short
Term 200 11,420.00 1,400 4,350 905 22,204.16 15,397.00 55,676.16
463 225,229.55 4,400 15,400 16,175 10,950 22,204.16 158,825.32 453,184.03

STAFF CHANGES ETC.

Manager. The services of Mr. E. C. Renwick came to an end on 31st December, 1967. He
was succeeded by Mr. George I. Marecheau, who was seconded from the Civil Service on 1st
March, 1968. Mr. Marecheau was absent during the period 22nd July to 6th September, 1968,
on a course in Agricultural Credit at Jamaica. He found the course very interesting and he
made an exhaustive report to the Board on the whole system as practiced in Jamaica.
Mr. Marecheau was appointed as Executive Secretary of the Central Committee of Carifta
Exposition, 1969, from October, 1968 and, in consequence, had to relinquish his duties as Man-
ager with effect from 1st December, 1968.
Mr. F. R. Phillip, Accountant, acted as Manager of the Bank on three separate occasions:
for a short period prior to Mr. Marecheau's assumption of duty as Manager, during his absence
in Jamaica on the six-week's training course in Agricultural Credit and during the period of his
secondment in 1968 as Executive Secretary of the Carifta Central Committee.









Assistant Accountant

It was found necessary during the year to appoint an Assistant Accountant. Mr. K. M. J.
Teka, Field Officer, was appointed with effect from 1st March, 1968, and Mr. George Roden
appointed in his place. Mr. Teka resigned as from 1st August, 1968, and was replaced by
Mr. Raymond de Mahy who was appointed with effect from 8th August, 1968.

We are very appreciative of the co-operation of the staff and of the services of Mr. Ovid
Gill, the Bank's solicitor.

The audited financial statements are attache .

F. R. PHILLIP
Acting Manager.








GRENADA AGRICULTURAL BANK


MANAGER'S REPORT

HoN MINISTER OF FINANCE.

Sir,
In,accordance with section 16 (1) of the Grenada Agricultural Bank Ordinance, 1965 (No. 2 of
1965), I beg to submit report of the Grenada Agricultural Bank for the year ended 31st March,
1968:

The following officers and persons were appointed to be members of the Board of Directors
for the year 1968:-
Permanent Secretary (Finance) ex-officio-Chairman
The Attorney-General or his Legal Assistant, ex-officio
Mr. G. A. Southwell, Superintendent of Agiculture, ex-officio
Major F. W. Power
Mr. D. A. Henry, Q.C., O.B.E.,
Mr. Arthur J. Louison
Mr. George Marecheau, B.Sc. (Econ.)-Manager.

During the year (10) meetings of the Board of Directors were held. The most important matters
considered were applications for loans. There was no change in policy which necessitated any
amendment to the Bank Ordinance.

The Fixed Deposits at 1st January, 1968, were $200,000. During the year $250,000 was
received on deposit and $200,000 repaid, leaving balance of $250,000 on deposit at 31st December,
1968.
The sum of $250,000 was received as advances from the Government of Grenada during the
year, bringing the total of advances received at 31st December, 1968, to $1,750,000.

Four hundred and sixty-three (463) loans were made during 1968 totalling $453,184.03. They
were made up as follows: -
No. $
Long Term Loans ... ... 42 140,274.70
Medium Term Loans ... ... 221 257,233.17
Short Term Loans ... ... 200 55,676.16

463 453,184.03

The purpose for which these loans were issued were as follows: -
Trac-
tors Farm
No. of Major Food vehi- Live- build- Ferti- Sun-
Loans crops crops cles stock ings lizers dries Total
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
Long
Term 42 20,220.00 3,500 5,550 7,150 103,854.70 140,274.70
Medium
Term 221 193,589.55 3,000 7,550 9,720 3,800 39,573.62 257,233.17
Short
Term 200 11,420.00 1,400 4,350 905 22,204.16 15,397.00 55,676.16

463 225,229.55 4,400 15,400 16,175 10,950 22,204.16 158,825.32 453,184.03

STAFF CHANGES ETC.

Manager. The services of Mr. E. C. Renwick came to an end on 31st December, 1967. He
was succeeded by Mr. George I. Marecheau. who was seconded from the Civil Service on 1st
March, 1968. Mr. Marecheau was absent during the period 22nd July to 6th September, 1968,
on a course in Agricultural Credit at Jamaica. He found the course very interesting and he
made an exhaustive report to the Board on the whole system as practiced in Jamaica.
Mr. Marecheau was appointed as Executive Secretary of the Central Committee of Carifta
Exposition, 1969, from October, 1968 and, in consequence, had to relinquish his duties as Man-
ager with effect from 1st December, 1968.
Mr. F. R. Phillip, Accountant, acted as Manager of the Bank on three separate occasions:
for a short period prior to Mr. Marecheau's assumption of duty as Manager, during his absence
in Jamaica on the six-week's training course in Agricultural Credit and during the period of his
secondment in 1968 as Executive Secretary of the Carifta Central Committee.









Assistant Accountant

It was found necessary during the year to appoint an Assistant Accountant. Mr. K. M. J.
Teka, Field Officer, was appointed with effect from 1st March, 1968, and Mr. George Roden
appointed in his place. Mr. Teka resigned as from 1st August, 1968, and was replaced by
Mr. Raymond de Mahy who was appointed with effect from 8th August, 1968.

We are very appreciative of the co-operation of the staff and of the services of Mr. Ovid
Gill, the Bank's solicitor.

The audited financial statements are attached.

F. R. PHILLIP
Acting Manager.










REPORT OF THE AUDITORS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF GRENADA


We have audited the annexed Balance Sheet of the Grenada Agricultural Bank dated
31st December, 1968, and have obtained all the information and explanations which we have
required.

In our opinion, the said Balance Sheet is properly drawn so as to exhibit a true and correct
view of the state of the Bank's affairs, according to the best of our information and the explana-
tions given to us, and as shown by the books of the Bank.

PANNEL FITZPATRICK & Co.
Chartered Accountants:
Grenada,
10th February, 1969.





GRENADA AGRICULTURAL BANK


BALANCE SHEET


GpVERNMENT OF GRENADA

Capital Grants ... ... ...
RESERVE FUND ... ...
DEFICIT ... ...


LONG TERM LIABILITY

Amount due to Government of Grenada
at 6% interest ...

Capital Employed


31ST DECEMBER, 1968


1968


$
3,460
11,574
(19,180)

( 4,146)


1967


$
3,460
9,308
(8,098)

4,670


FIXED ASSETS

Furniture and Equipment, at Cost
Less: Accumulated Depreciation


5% SECURED LOANS


1,750,000

1,745,854


1,500,000

1,504,670


Long Term
Medium Term
Short Term


CURRENT LIABILITIES


Amounts due to Depositors including
accrued interest
Loan Interest received in Advance


258,323
2,082

260,405


206,041
3,590

209,631


CURRENT ASSETS


Loan Interest due
Solicitors' Fees Recoverable
Cash Balances:
At Banks ...
On Hand ...


$2,006,259 $ 1,714,301


1968


1967


$
3,524
1,073

2,451



705,441
1,183,783
75,675

1,964,899



7,951
70

28,235
2,653

38,909


$2,006,259


$
3,460
801

2,659



586,432
1,042,026
58,748

1,687,206



5,277
119

18,672
368

24,436


$1,714,301


L. F. WILSON, Chatrnan : G. MARECHEAU, Manager


'''









REPORT OF THE AUDITORS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF GRENADA


We have audited the annexed Balance Sheet of the Grenada Agricultural Bank dated
31st December, 1968, and have obtained all the information and explanations which we have
required.

In our opinion, the said Balance Sheet is properly drawn so as to exhibit a true and correct
view of the state of the Bank's affairs, according to the best of our information and the explana-
tions given to us, and as shown by the books of the Bank.

PANNEL FITZPATRICK & Co.
Chartered Accountants:
Grenada,
10th February, 1969.




GRENADA AGRICULTURAL BANK


BALANCE SHEET


GOVERNMENT OF GRENADA


Capital Grants ... ...
RESERVE FUND ... ...
DEFICIT ... ... ...


LONG TERM LIABILITY

Amount due to ,Government of Grenada
at 6% interest ...

Capital Employed
CURRENT LIABLITmIES

Amounts due to Depositors including
accrued interest
Loan Interest received in Advance


31ST DECEMBER, 1968


1968


$
3,460
11,574
(19,180)

( 4,146)


1,750,000

1,745,854


258,323
2,082

260,405


$2,006,259


1967


$
3,460
9,308
(8,098)

4,670


1,500,000

1,504,670


206,041
3,590

209,631


FIXED ASSETS

Furniture and Equipment, at Cost
Less: Accumulated Depreciation


5% SECURED LOANS

Long Term
Medium Term
Short Term


CURRENT ASSETS


Loan Interest due
Solicitors' Fees Recoverable
Cash Balances:
At Banks
On Hand


$1,714,301


G. MARECHEAU, Manager


1968


1967


$
3,524
1,073

2,451



705,441
1,183,783
75,675

1,964,899


$
3,460
801

2,659



586,432
1,042,026
58,748

1,687,206



5,277
119

18,672
368

24,436


$1,714,301


7,951
70


28,235
2,653

38,909


$2,006,259


::: jll


L. F. WILSON, Chafrman




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