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445


GRENADA


Government


Gazette


VOL. 871 SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1969


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

ACTING APPOINTMENT
No. 294.
T HE Public Service Commission has appointed
MR. GARY PROTAIN, Programme Producer to
act as Programme Director in the Government
Broadcasting Unit of the Premier's Ministry with
effect from 3rd October, 1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
30th October, 1969.
P.F. 2070


VACATION LEAVE
No. 295.
M R. ASHLEY C. TAYLOR, Assistant to the
Attorney General and Legal Draftsman,
has been granted 72 days' vacation leave with
effect from 1st November, 1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
29th October, 1969.
P.F. 536
No. 296.
SR. GEORGE PHILLIPS, Director of the Botanic
M. Gardens Zoo, has been granted 98 days'
vacation leave with effect from 1st November,
1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
1st November, 196 /
P.F. 1121 "

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RESIGNATIONS
No. 297.
M R. PATRICK A. D. SYLVESTER, Surveyor-
Draughtsman, Planning Unit of the Premier's
Ministry has resigned from the Service, with effect
from 1st November, 1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
31st October, 1969.
P.F. 1387.
No. 298.
MR. CARL EMMANUEL, Mechanic, Port and
Marine Division of the Ministry of Commun-
ications, Works and Natural Resources has
resigned from the Service with effect from 7th
November, 1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
31st October, 1969.
P.F. 2079.

NOTICE
APPEALS AGAINST ASSESSMENT

TAKE notice that appeals against assessments
of Town Rates in the town of Sauteurs, in the
parish of St Patrick will be heard at the Magis-
trate's Court, Sauteurs, on Tuesday the 25th day
of November, 1969, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon.
C. C. ST. LOUIS
Magistrate, Western District.
Magistrate's Office,
Sauteurs,
1st November, 1969.


[No. 70


Vutblislud bg Authorits


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 8, 1969-(No. 70)


NOTICE
Discharged Prisoners Aid Committee

IN accordance with S. R. & 0. No. 24 of 1969,
the following persons have been appointed to
serve as members of the Discharged Prisoners Aid
Committee for the period ending 11 lth June, 1970.
Rev. R. MATTERS-Chairman
The Prisons Welfare Officer-Secretary
The Social & Community Development Officer
Fr. BRUNO QUAIL
Mr. ALBERT LATOUCHE
Mr. RUPERT BISHOP
Mr. JEROME MCBARNETT.
P. G. SCOON
Acting Cabinet Secretary.
GRENADA:
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(CIVIL)
Suit No. 302 of 1968 (Original)
Between


ROYAL BANK OF CANADA


EILEEN NICHOLAS


Plaintiff


Defendant


B Y ORDER made the 24th day of September,
1969 there will be offered for sale at this
office on Friday 28th November, 1969 at 12.00
o'clock noon:
1. ALL THAT LOT OF LAND situate at
Grand Mal in the parish of Saint George in
Grenada containing one thousand three hundred
and twenty square feet and abutted and bounded
as in plan marked "E" annexed to title deed
dated 8th July, 1965 made between Eileen
Nicholas and James Mitchell first part Godfrey
Comissiong, Agatha Francois and Mary Noel
second part and the defendant third part and
recorded in Liber S 10 at Page 895.
The sale is subject to the usual conditions of
sale, a copy of which may be seen at this office
and to the REDUCED RESERVE PRICE OF'
$3,088.80.
E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
Grenada,
27th October, 1969.
POST OFFICE NOTICE
IT is hereby notified for general information
that a new Postal Station will be put into
service on premises of MRS. NELLA DE ALLIE of
Duquesne from 1st November, 1969, for the sale
of Postage and Revenue Stamps and for the
receipt and delivery of ordinary mail matter
through the post.
This Postal Station will be known as
"DUQUESNE POSTAL STATION".

T. C. PAYNE
Acting Postmaster General.
General Post Office.
St. George's,
Grenada,
28th October, 1969.


NOTICE

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


THE 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.




NOTICE

COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS 1970
GOVERNMENT OF CEYLON AWARDS


A PPLICATIONS are invited for Common-
wealth Scholarships tenable in Ceylon
from October, 1970.

2. The Government of Ceylon is offering three
post-graduate Scholarships and three under-
graduate Scholarships to students from other
parts of the Commonwealth. These awards
are available in many fields of study. Further
information may be obtained from the
Chief Education Officer, Ministry of Social
Affairs, St. George's.

3. Application forms can be obtained from the
Ministry of Social Affairs and the completed
forms accompanied by the candidate's plan
of study, the certified record of his Secon-
dary School or University Course he has
taken and the letter of reference from each
of three persons named on the application
forms must reach the Chief Education
Officer on or before 22nd November, 1969.
4. It is the candidate's responsibility to ensure
that references from the referees named by
him reach the Chief Education Officer by the
closing date.
5. Applications not accompanied by school
records and photostat copies of certificates
and diplomas, or in respect of which letters
of reference are not received will not be
considered.

Ministry of Social Affairs,
St. Geoige's,
29th October, 1969.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 8, 1969-(No. 70)


NOTICE

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship
.Plan Canadian Awards-1970

A PPLICATIONS 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

Importation of Animals into the State


THE 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).


POLICE NOTICE

REGULATION OF TRAFFIC
REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY

9th November, 1969


SY 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 the undermentioned streets in the
Town of St. George be closed to vehicular traffic
on Sunday, 9th November, 1969, at the times
stated hereunder: -
(a) Melville Street from its junction with Hills-
borough Street to its junction with Cross
and Bruce Streets from 10.00 a.m to
11.30 a.m.
(b) Granby Street from its junction with
Melville Street to its junction with Halifax
Street from 10.00 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.
(c) No vehicle will be allowed to enter Bruce
Street through the eastern end of the
Sendall Tunnel from 10.00 a.m to
11.30 a.m.
(d) Vehicles will not be permitted to park or
wait on any of the above-named streets
that are closed to vehicular traffic.

S. BASCOMBE
Superintendent of Police,
for Commissioner of Police.
Office of the Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
18th October, 1969.


NOTICE

Post of Junior Co-Operatives Officer

A PPLICATIONS are invited from suitable
qualified persons for the post of Junior Co-
operatives Officer, Division of Co-operatives
in the office of the Premier. Applications should
be addressed to the Chief Personnel Officer, to
each him not later than 13th November, 1969.
Applicants should have had some previous
training in Co-operatives with experience in
working with groups. They should aiso have
demonstrated their dedication to Community
Development work.

The successful candidate will be required to
promote Co-operatives, inspect and audit the
books of Co-operative Societies.

The salary attached to the post is HT-1
$3,984 x 180--$4,524.

Premier's Office,
St. George's,
1st November, 1969.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 8, 1969-(No. 70)


NOTICE

THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD
TRAFFIC ORDINANCE

Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the Half Year
Period, Ending 30th June, 1970

REGULATION 22 or THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

OWNERS of public service vehicles (including
motor omnibuses and hiring cars) goods
vehicles and trailers and private motor cars,
are hereby notified that the half-yearly inspection
of these vehicles will commence as follows :-

St. George's Fire Station :
Wednesday 3rd December, 1969
Wednesday 10th December, 1969
Wednesday 17th December, 1969
Wednesday 31st December, 1969 from
9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Grenville Police Station :
Thursday 4th December, 1969
Thursday 11th December, 1969
Thursday 18th December, 1969 from
9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Sauteurs Police Station :
Friday 5th December, 1969
Friday 12th December, 1969
Friday 19th December, 1969 from
9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Victoria Police Station :
Tuesday 2nd December, 1969
Tuesday 16th December, 1969
Tuesday 23rd December, 1969 from
9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Gouyave Police Station :
Monday 1st December, 1969
Monday 8th December, 1969
Monday 22nd December, 1969 from
9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

St. David's Police Station :
Tuesday 9th December, 1969
Monday 15th December, 1969 from
9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Carriacou Police Station :
Monday 12th January, 1970 to
Friday 16th January, 1970 from
9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.


Vehicles must be presented in a thoroughly clean
condition, and must have been recently over-
hauled. The body and wings, axle, chassis, frame,
steering arms, springs, trackrods,brake connections,
shackles, bolts, nuts, splitpins, engine, engine
shield and case, clutch, gearbox, magneto, or coil
air filter, carburettor and all working parts must
be cleaned in order to admit of proper examination.
Dust covers, if used must be removed before
presentation in order to admit of an examination
being made in full. All split pins, etc., must be
clearly exposed, also chassis and engine numbers.
Drivers' seats must be securely fastened so that the
driver can have proper control over the vehicle.
Spot lights, musical horns and whistles are strictly
prohibited. Each vehicle must have its tare and
maximum gross weight painted in white figures
not less than 21 ins. in height upon a black ground
in a conspicuous place on the right or off-side of
the vehicle.

The Registered Identification marks on all
vehicles must conform to provisions of Regula-
tions, 7, 8 and 9 and the Second Schedule to the
Regulations, S.R. & 0. No. 151 and be in such a
condition as to render each letter or figure readily
distinguishable. The attention of owners of
motor omnibuses and goods vehicles is specially
directed to Regulation 23 (11) (a) regarding the
position of front lamps. Spot lights will not be
allowed except with the written approval of the
Licensing Authority.

The attention of the owners of hiring cars and
motor omnibuses is directed to Regulation 50(2)
of the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Regula-
tions S.R. & 0. No. 151 of the Revised Laws of
Grenada which require that printed copies of the
tariffs and maximum fares be displayed in such
vehicles. These are now available and may be
purchased at the Treasury, St. George's, and at
any District Revenue Office at 4 cents per copy.

Vehicles which have been found by the Inspector
to have defects must not be used on the roads
until they have been issued with a certificate,
certifying that the vehicles may be duly licensed.

S. BASCOMBE,
Supt. of Police,
for Commissioner of Police,
Licensing Authority.



NOTICE

IT 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


Owners of such vehicles are advised to pay tor me cotton Year ena
inspection fees from now onwards at their respec-
tive District Revenue Offices and then approach
the Inspector of the Motor Vehicles at the Traffic
Branch, Fire Station, in advance with a view to
affecting any alterations that may be necessary to Premier's Office,
comply with the provisions of the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic Ordinance, and of the Regulations St. George's.
made thereunder. 15th October, 1969.


ing 30th Novemoer, 1970..

G. R. MACINTOSH
Secretary.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 8, 1969-(No. 70)

GRENADA:


IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE


CIVIL FIXTURES FOR


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


No. of Plaintiff and
Suit Solicitor

138 Ethelstan Cuthbert
of Joseph
1964o (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

IN THE ESTATE OF
DECEASED


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


JOSEPH JAPAL,


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

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
by
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


449


Remarks


24
of
1962s



88
of
1964o


158
of
1966o



23
of
1966o


174
of
1965s



258
of
1960o


165
of
1962o











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 8, [1969-(No. 70)


Plaintiff and
Solicitor

Luther Hector
by
Derek Knight


Defendant and
Solicitor

Eileen Hypolite


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


Nature of Claim
or Matter

Damages for
trespass and
for an
injunction


Divorce


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
Corporation 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


Verordpa 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. Clyno


Lafite Noel
by
Ovid C. Gill


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

Elizabeth Roberts
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
Slander


450


No. of
Suit

123
of
1965s


106
of
1969o


Remarks


Date of
Hearing

Friday
14. 11. 69



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


Thursday
20. 11. 69


Thursday
20. 11. 69


Friday
21. 11.


Friday
21. 11.


Monday
24. 11. 69


Monday
24. 11. 69











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 8, 1969-(No. 70) 451

No. of Plaintiff and Defendant and Nature of Claim Date of
Suit Solicitor Solicitor or Matter Hearing Remarks

242 Peter Neckles Gabriel St. John Damages for Tuesday
of by by negligence 25. 11, 69


G. E. D. Clyne


Alice Lalitte
by
G. E. D. Clyne


Hosten & Punch-
Johnson

Jerome Edwards


Damages for
Trespass


Tuesday
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 Holas
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson

Hyacinth Rodney

by
G. E. D. Clyne

Maurice W. Harbin

by
G. E. D. Clyne


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


Damages for
Libel





Recovery of
Possession
and arrears
of rent



Recovery of
Possession


Damages for
Trespass and
assault and
battery



Damages for
Trespass




Damages for
wrongful en'.ry
and tor a
Declaration

Recovery of
Possession


G. E. D. Clyne


Michael Phillip;

by
A. M. Cruickshank

Mary Cromwell
Herman Barry
by
Henry, Henry &
Bristol

Jestina Gilbert
and
Fitz-Osbert Pounder


Damages for
negligence



Damages for
negligence




Damages for
Assault and
Battery


1967o


2
of
1967s


Thursday
27. 11. 69





Thursday
27. 11. 69


Friday
28. 11.


Friday
28. 11.


Friday
28. 11. 69




Monday
1. 12. 69



Tuesday
2. 12. 69


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


Tuesday
2. 12. 69



Thursday
4. 12. 69




Friday
5. 12. 69











452 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 8, 1969-(No. 70)


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


219 Sheila Scott
of by
1968o Derek Knight



160 Ruth Surallie
of
1968o by
J. H. V. Redhead


115 Avis Briggs
of by
1969o W. L. Nyack

315 Christopher Eustace
of Morris
1968o by
G. E. D. Clyne

68 Kathleen Fay Smith
of
1969o by
Derek Knight


116
of
1967s

9
of
1969o


Doril Caesar
by
Irvin I. Duncan

Hubert Farray
by
G. E. D. Clyne


Defendant and
Solicitor

Joseph Liverpool
by
A. Williams


Nature of Claim
or Matter

Damages for
Trespass


Roosevelt Walker Damages for
and negligence
Clifton Joseph
by
Derek Knight

Septimus Clarke Damages for
by Trespass
Henry, Henry & and injunction
Bristol

Vincent Mc Donald Damages for
and negligence
Cleophas Emmonds
by
Henry, Henry &
Bristol

Vincent Mc Donald Damages
and for
Cleophas Emmonds negligence
by
Henry, Henry &
Bristol

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 Divorce


Mary Morris

by
Derek Knight

Julian Landreth
Smith
by
Ben J. Jones


Divorce




Divorce


WEDNESDAY, 17TH DECEMBER, 1969

CHAMBERS

Renald Noel Damages for T


Stephen Findley
by
Irvin I. Duncan


Trespass


Debt


Date of
Hearing Remarks

Friday
5. 12. 69



Monday
8. 12. 69




Monday
8. 12. 69



Thursday
11. 12. 69




Monday
15. 12. 69




Monday
15. 12. 69




Monday
15. 12. 69



1 uesday
16. 12. 69


Tuesday
16. 12. 69



Tuesday
16. 12. 69


'hurdsav


18. 12. 69


Thursday
18. 12. 69











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 8, 1969-(No. 70)


No. of
Suit

11
of
1969o



171
of
1969o


9
of
1968s

164
of
1969o


Defendant and
Solicitor

Rachael Ramdeen


by
L. A. Saltarlie

Foster Alphonso
Gittens
by
G. E. D. Clyne

Raphael Charles and
Claude Richardson


Maudlyn Stroude
(nee Depradine)


Nature of Claim Date of
or Matter Hearing

Debt Friday
19. 12. 69



Divorce Friday
19. 12. 69


Damages for Monday
wrongful entry 22. 12. 69


Plaintiff and
Solicitor

Hollywood Fashion
House (per Alston
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


Monday
22. 12. 69


WEDNESDAY, 7TH JANUARY, 1970

CHAMBERS


29 Dorothy Thomas Julian Maxime
of (Executrix of the Will of
1968s Catherine Maxime dec'd)
by
A. Williams

19 Edward Worme Isaac Vincent
of by
1968s Hosten & Punch-Johnson

47 Byron Ashmore Ross Cuthbert Ross
of by
1968s Hosten & Punch-Johnson

38 Randolph Charles Norman De Susa
of by and
1968s H. R. Scipio Raymond De Susa

48 Oliver Ellis by his Everal Shockness
of Attorney Sybil Sylvester
1968s by
Hosten & Punch-Johnson

51 Eli James Cosmos Alexander
of by
1968s H. R. Scipio

64 Ashley Mitchell Lennard Telesford
of
1968s by
L. A. Salfarlie

52 Virginia Thomas Camir Duncan
of by and
1968s G. E. D. Clyne 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 Tuesday
waste 13. 1. 70


WEDNESDAY, 14TH JANUARY, 1970

CHAMBERS
Huntley Mc Leod Sylvia Bowen Damages for
by by Trespass
L. A. Salfarlie Ben J. Jones

Septimus Clarke Cecilia Mc Guire Damages for
by Trespass
Henry, Henry & Bristol


Thursday
15. 1. 70


Thursday
15. 1. 70


453


Divorce


Remarks


66
of
1968s

81
of
1968s











454 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 8,1969-(No. 70)


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
Solicitor


Nature of Claim
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


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 be issued to
Solicitors from these Chambers.


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


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


No. of
Suit

113
of
1968s


93
of
1968s


116
of
1968s


4
of
1969o


Remarks


Date of
Hearing

Monday
19. 1. 70


Monday
19. 1. 70


Tuesday
20. 1. 70


Tuesday
20. 1. 70


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, NOVEMBER 8, 1969-(No. 70) 455

NOTICE

CUSTOMS (PRIVATE WAREHOUSE)
IN accordance with the provisions of the Customs Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of 1960) the following
notice is hereby given.
1. This notice may be cited as the Customs (Private Warehouse) Notice (No. 1 of 1969.)
2. The building and place specified in the Schedule hereto is hereby appointed to be a Private
Warehouse for the purpose of the Customs Laws.
SCHEDULE

No. OF WAREHOUSE OCCUPIER SITUATION


No. 20 Part of that concrete building owned by G.Y.S.
Bonded Warehouse Grenada Yacht Services bounded to the north by Employees' Lunch-
room, to the east by Electricians' shop and west
by Storerooms and on the south by a roadway.


A. D. MITCHELL
Comptroller of Customs.

NOTICE

CUSTOMS (PRIVATE WAREHOUSE)
IN accordance with the provisions of the Customs Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of 1960) the following
notice is hereby given.
1. This notice may be cited as the Customs (Private Warehouse) Notice (No. 2 of 1969.)
2. The building and place specified in the Schedule hereto is hereby appointed to be a Private
Warehouse for the purpose of the Customs Laws.
SCHEDULE

No. OF WAREHOUSE OCCUPIER SITUATION


No. 21 Trader Man Cameras Part of the lower floor of that concrete building
Bonded Warehouse Ltd. by the Portofino Restaurant situated at the
southern tip of the Carenage roadway, bounded
on the north, east and south by the sea, and on
the west by the Carenage roadway.


A. D. MITCHELL
Comptroller of Customs.

THE GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION

Agenda for the General Meeting of the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association to be held at
the C.S.A. Centre, The Spout, St. George's, on Thursday, 20th November, 1969, commencing
at 9.00 a.m.

1. Minutes :
(a) Minutes of previous General Meeting held on 22nd May and 19th June, 1969-
(b) Minutes of Extraordinary General Meeting held on 11th September, 1969.
2. Matters arising out of the Minutes.
3. Report of the Nutmeg Board.
4. Financial Statement for the year ended 30th June, 1969.
5. Continuance of the employment of Senator Greaves B. James, Clerk-in-Charge of
Thebaide Nutmeg Station, and Mr. Mitchell James, Clerk-in-Charge of the Victoria
Nutmeg Station.
6. General Business.
ROBERT S. RENWICK,
Secretary.
St. George's,
Grenada,
15th October, 1969.










456


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 8, 1969-(No. 70)


NOTICE

Tenders for Carriacou Mail and Passenger Service

SEALED Tenders are invited for the conveyance of mails, passengers and cargo weekly between
Grenada and Carriacou by auxiliary vessel for the period 1st January to 31st December, 1970
in accordance with the Schedules given hereunder.
2. The vessels to be used for the service must not be less than 40 tons and must be equipped with
adequate seating accommodation and sanitary facilities for not less than thirty (30) passengers, and
with life boats for passengers and crew.
3. Supplies including planting material and equipment for all Government Department or Public
Officers and Institutions and Wireless Stations and all personnel travelling on official business will be
conveyed free of charge.
4. If necessary, the successful tender may be required to make arrangements to transport fuel oil
for the operation of the Electricity Services in Carriacou, in drums of 45 gallons, and to return the empty
drums to St. George's at a fixed price for the period of the contract.
5. Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman, Tenders Board, Premier's Office, St. George's
marked "Tenders for the conveyance of mails, passengers and cargo between Grenada and Carriacou,"
by noon on Saturday, 29th November, 1969.
6. Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

Schedule No. 1 (Miriam B)


Leaves Carriacou
Leaves Grenada
Leaves Carriacou
Leaves Grenada


Leaves Carriacou
Leaves Grenada
Leaves Carriacou
Leaves Grenada


12.00 noon Monday
10.00 a.m. Wednesday
12.00 noon Friday
9.00 a.m. Sunday


Schedule No. 2 (Starlight)
2.00 p.m. Sunday
10.00 a.m. Tuesday
12.00 noon Thursday
12.00 noon Saturday


Arrives Grenada 4.00 p.m.
Arrives Carriacou 1.30 p.m.
Arrives Grenada 4.00 p.m.
Arrives Carriacou 1.30 p.m.


Arrives Grenada 6.00 p.m.
Arrives Carriacou 1.30 p.m.
Arrives Grenada 4.00 p.m.
Arrives Carriacou 4.30 p.m.


Persons may tender for one or both of the two services and will be required to make a trip to Union
Island from Carriacou every fortnight.

Ministry of Communications, Works and
Natural Resources,
Grenada.
24th October, 1969.

POST OFFICE

Post early for Christmas
r HE latest times of closing mails to ensure delivery to destination before Christmas Day are as
I follows.


BY SURFACE MA


DESTINATION


Letters & Prints


IL BY AIR MAIL

Parcels Letters, Prints/Parcels


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


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.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 8, 1969-(No. 70) 457

31/10/69
COIN CONTINUATION BOARD

BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD COIN IN CIRCULATION

AS AT 30TH SEPTEMBER, 1969

(Pursuant to the British Caribbean Currency Agreement 1964, Article 10(3))


$ c.
Antigua ... ... ... ... ... 418,275.00
Barbados ... ... ... ... ... 1,372,739.50
Dominica ... ... ... ... ... 173,075.00
Grenada ... ... ... ... ... 301,875.00
Montserrat ... ... ... ..... 50,250.00
St. Kitts/Nevis/Anguilla ... ... ... ... 184,400.00
St. Lucia ... ... ... ... ... 203,950.00
St. Vincent ... ... ... ... ... 165,000.00


Guyana
Trinidad and Tobago


... ... ... ... ... 448,667.00
... ... ... ... 904,946.00


"Proof Sets"


CCB 7


S c.






2,869,564.50

1,353,613.00

4,223,177.50
1,870.00


$ 4,225,047.50


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






ECCA 32


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT 30TH SEPTEMBER, 1969


LIABILITIES


ASSETS


DEMAND LIABILITIES:


EC $


Notes in Circulation
Bankers' Deposits
Bankers' Balances
International Organizations


41,616,088
8,382,710
39,539
500,327


EC $



50,538,664

4,762,454

1,762,295


EC $57,063,413


EXTERNAL ASSETS :

Current Accounts and Money at call in
London ...
United Kingdom Treasury Bills
Other United Kingdom Government
Securities ...
Foreign Notes and Coin in Process of
Redemption ... ... ...
Commercial Banks' Balances* ...

British Caribbean Currency Board Notes
Government Local Debentures ... ...
Local Treasury Bills ... ...
Other Assets ... ... ...


EC $


13,467,361
19,248,000

18,949,018

213,610
479


EC S







51,878,468

2,000
2,607,050
1,723,931
851,964


EC $57,063,413


[Proportion of external assets to
demand liabilities 102.7%]

* Convertible into sterling on demand


GENERAL RESERVE

OTHER LIABILITIES


z







00
0



00


N. L. SMITH
Acting Managing Directr.


31/10/69











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 8, 1969-(No. 70) 459


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

ATTENTION is drawn to the Foreign Com-
llpensation (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

A LL Cocoa Producers, Buying (wet cocoa)
T 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.


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-inegs ... 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 GOVERNMENT PAINTING OFFICE,
ST GEORGE'S,
1969.




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