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GRENADA


Government Gazette

ublilhed b_ iuthlritR

VOL. 88.1 SAINT GEORGE'S SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1970 [No. 23

THE GRENADA CONSTITUTION ORDER, 1967
Public Service Commission
APPOINTMENT


i LS,)

HILDA BYNOE
Governor.
TO: RAYMOND CLARENCE PATERSON MOORE, J.P.
N exercise of the powers in me vested by subsection 1 (a) of section 83 of the Grenada
Constitution Order, 1967, I hereby appoint and constitute you the said RAYMOND
CLARENCE PATERSON MOORE to act as Chairman of the Public Service Commission and to
have and exercise a'i the functions and authority appertaining to that office from the 15th day
of April, 1970 and until the Cha:rman resumes diLy or until your authority for so doing is sooner
revoked by me acting as aforesaid.
GIVEN under the hand of the Governor and the Public Seal of the State of Grenada at
Government House this 20th day of April, One thousand nine hundred and seventy.
E. M. ROBERTS
Acting Secretary of the Pub:ic Service Commission.

APPOINTMENT
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENTS
No. 72.
ITER Excellency the Governor, on the advice No. 73.
of the Pubifc Service Commission, has
appointed Mr. E. M. ROBERTS, Senior Assistait T HE Public Service Commission has confirmed
Secretary, Premier's Ministry, to act as Chief I the appointment of Mrs. MERLE GREAVES as
Personnel Officer, Public Service Commission, a Telephone Operator, Carriacou, with effect from
with effect from 15th April, 1970 and until further 16th June, 1967.
notice.
. ,,e of the Public Service Commission,
Office of the Public Service Commision, the public service Commission,
Grenada. Grenada.
14th April, 1970. 15th April, 1970.


P.F. 906.


Psc 229.











62 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 25, 1970.-(No. 23)


No. 74.

THE Public Service Commission has confirmed
the appointment of Miss NORMA BLAIZE as
an Assistant Librarian, Public Library, Ministry
of Education and Social Affairs, with effect from
1st January, 1968.

Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
15th April, 1970.
P.F. 2260.



VACATION LEAVE

No. 75.

DR. JOHN A. HOYLE, Dental Surgeon, Ministry
of Health, Housing and Local Government,
has been granted 79 days' vacation leave with
effect from 9th March, 1970.

Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
17th April, 1970.
P.F. 2328.



RESIGNATIONS

No. 76.

R. ERROL FRANCIS, Agricultural Instructor,
l (Grade II), has resigned from the Service
with effect from 17th May, 1970.

Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
17th April, 1970.
P.F. 2220.

No. 77.

R. JOHAN JOHNSON, C:erical Officer, Ministry
of Finance, Trade and Production, has
resigned from the Service with effect from 1st May.
1970.

Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
17th April, 1970.
P.F. 2413.

No. 78.

MR. CARLYLE DUNCAN, Clerical Officer, Customs
and Excise Department of the Ministry of
Finance, Trade and Production has resigned from
the Service with effect from 22nd April. 1970.

Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
17th April, 1970.
P.F. 2251.


No. 79.
AMR. LEROY ALEXIS, Senior Mechanic, Public
ll Works Division of the Ministry of Com-
munications, Works, Labour and Natural
Resources, has resigned from the Service with
effect from 1st April, 1970.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
17th April, 1970.
P.F. 2497.
No. 80.

Ml ISS VELMA HYPOLITE, Clerical Officer, Min-
1 istrv of Education and Social Affairs, has
resigned from the Service with effect from 21st
April, 1970.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
21st April, 1970.
P.P. 2190.


GRENADA:
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(CRIMINAL)

NOTICE is hereby given that a Session of the
High Court at Grenada, in its Criminal
Jurisdiction, will be held at the Court House in
the Town of Saint George on Tuesday the 2nd
day of June, 1970, at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon
when and where all concerned and bound over to
prosecute or to give evidence or summoned as
jurors or witnesses are required to give their
personal attendance, and all officers who have
taken inquisitions, depositions, examinations,
recognisances or other papers cognisab'e by the
Court are required to return the same without
delay to this Office.
Dated this 2nd day of April, 1970.

E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar,
West Indies Associated
States Supreme Court.
Chief Registrar's Chambers,
St. George's.
2nd April, 1970.


NOTICE
GRENADA:
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(Appellate Jurisdiction)

THE HIGH COURT will sit in its Appellate
Jurisdiction on Wednesday the 6th day of
May, 1970 at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon for the
disposal of Magisterial Appeals in Grenada.
Dated this 2nd day of April, 1970.
E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar.
Chief Registrar's Chambers,
St. George's,
Grenada.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 25, 1970.-(No. 23)


GRENADA:

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE

CIVIL FIXTURES FOR APRIL, 1970-MAY 1970 COMMENCING AT 9.00 A.M. DAILY


No. of
Suit


Plaintiff and
Solicitor


88 Joseph Augustus
Pitt
of
1954o


Defendant and
Solicitor


Thomas Egbert
Noble Smith
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson


Nature of Claim
or Matter


Damages for
Slander


32 IN THE MATTER of Dougaldston Estate
in the parish of Saint John and island
of Grenada
And
1968o IN THE MATTER of the Partition Ordi-
nance Cap. 208 of the Revised Laws of
Grenada
Mary Margaret Marie DeFreitas
Irene Durcan by
--Applicant- Hosten & Punch-
by Johnson


Henry, Henry &
Bristol

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


Ben J. Jones


88 Caesar Roberts

of by

1968o Ben J. Jones


Ralph Nahous
by
G. E. D. Clyne


ar.d
Vivienne Theotise
Peach

Lincoln Belfon




Egerton Mirjih
Carlyle Rathan



Roosevelt Walker
and
Clifton Joseph
by
Derek Knight

Evadney Douglas
by
Ovid C. Gill


For Partition of
lands


Debt




Damages for
Negligence



Damages for
Negligence


Monday
27. 4. 70


Monday
27. 4.



Monday
27. 4.



Tuesday
28. 4.


Debt Tuesday
28. 4.


Beatrice Plenty
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson

Mary Adams
by
George Clyne


WEDNESDAY 29TH APRIL

CHAMBERS

Richardson Adams Damages for
Mary Adams trespass
Edwin Adams and
Michael Adams


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


Damages for
Trespass and
Assault and
Battery


Date of
Hearing


Remarks


Monday
27. 4.


24

of
1962s

39

of
1968s


5
of
1969o


47
of
1967s


67
of
1967s


Thursday
30. 4.


Thursday
30. 4. 70













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 25, 1970.-(No. 23)


Plaintiff and
Solicitor


Defendant and
Solicitor


304 IN THE MATTER OF A BOUNDARY
DISPUTE BETWEEN THE APPLI-
CANT AND RESPONDENT F
of AND
1966o IN THE MATTER OF THE BOUNDARY
SETTLEMENT ORDINANCE
Alice Lalitte Jerome Edwards
Applicant --Respondent-
by
George Clyne


Alice Lalitte
by
G. E. D. Clyne


113 Alice Lalitte

of by
1968s G. E. D. Clyne


90 Bishop Issac


by
G. E. D. Clyne

Julie Francis
by


Jerome Edwards



Jerome Edwards
Florence Edwards
,ad
Adam McEwen
by
Ben J. Jones

Hilda Vincent
Bowson Vincent
by
Ben J. Jones


Joseph Ogiste


1968s her Guardian ad litem
Dudley Francis
by
Hosten & Punch-
Johnson


D


Nature of Claim
or Matter



or survey of
lands







,amages for
Trespass


Damages for
Trespass and an
Injunction


Trespass and
Damage



Damages for
Negligence


Date of
Hearing


Monday
4. 5.







Monday
4. 5.


Monday
4. 5. 70


Tuesday
5. 5.


Tuesday
5. 5. 70


George Victor
Edwards
by
H. R. Scipio


Agnes Williams


Recovery of
Possession


Tuesday
5. 5. 70


WEDNESDAY 6TH MAY


CHAMBERS


100
of
1968o


Roslyn Lord
by
Armand Williams


105 Matilda Simon

of by

1968o G. E. D. Clyne


106
of
1968o


Prescot Simon
by
G. E. D. Clyne


John McEwen For an Account
(Personal Represen- to be taken
tativcs of Gerald
Hayes, dec'd)
by
Ben J. Jones


Vincent McDonald Damages for
and Negligence
Cleophas Emmonds
by
Henry. Henry &
Bristol


Vincent McDonall Damages for
and Negligence
Cleophas Emmonds
by
Henry, Henry &
Bristol


Thursday
7. 5. 70


Thursday
7. 5. 70


Thursday
7. 5. 70


No. of
Suit


Remarks


2
of
1967s


of
1968o


2

of
1970o












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 25, 1970.-(No. 23)


Plaintiff and
Solicitor

James Kenrick
Milne
by
Armand Williams


Defendant and
Solicitor

Flora Corien

by
H. R. Scipio


Nature of Claim
or Matter

For a Specific
Performance


332 Gloria Hyacinth
Barrett
of by
1968o H. R. Scipio


350 Catherine Eula
Jeremiah Knight
of by
1969o E. A. Heyliger


244 Selwyn Michael
Ross
of by
1968o Hosten & Punch-
Johnson




171 Dorothy Gittens


of
1969o


by
Ovid C. Gill


11 Hollywood Fashion
House (per Alston
Johnson, proprietor


of
1969o

103
of
1969o


by
J. H. V. Redhead

Sylvester Thomas
by
Ovid C. Gill


Egbert Oliver
Barrett


Divorce


Friday
8.




Friday
8.


Peter Brian James Divorce
Knight


Beryl Ross
-Respondent-
by
Ben J. Jones
and
Michael Thomas
-Co-respondent-


Divorce


Monday
11.


Foster Alphonso Divorce
Gittens
by
G. E. D. Clyne

Rachael Ramdeen Debt

)


Jack Sampson
by
Lewis & Renwick


Monday
11. 5.



Tuesday
12. 5.


Damages for Tuesday
Personal Injuries 12. 5.


WEDNESDAY 13TH MAY, 1970

CHAMBERS


79 Veronica DeRavenau
Louisa Campbell
of Guillaume Linda
Edmund
1968o by
Henry. Henry &
Bristol


93
of
1969o

69
of
1969s


Phillip Pivott
by
Lewis & Renwick

Gordon Andrews
by
G. E. D. Clyne


258 David Cranston


of by
1969o Henry, Henry &
Bristol


Dorothy Archiblad

by


Derek Knight


Marvin Springle
by
Ovid C. Gill

Julien Andrews



Blanco and
Janssen Con-
struction Ltd.
by
Derek Knight


Recovery of
Possession


Damages for
Injuries


Debt


Damages for
Breach of Con-
tract and
Damages for
trespass and an
Injunction


Thursday
14. 5. 70


Friday
15. 5.


Tuesday
19. 5.


Tuesday
19. 5.


No. of


No. of
Suit

252

of
1968o


Date of
Hearing

Friday
8. 5.


Remarks


5. 70





5. 70





5. 70












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 25, 1970.-(No. 23)


Defendant and
Solicitor


Nature of Claim
or Matter


300 Eric Matthew Gairy

of by

1968o Ovid C. Gill


WEDNESDAY 20TH MAY

CHAMBERS

Merrydale A. Damages for
Bullen Libel
and
Alstan Andrew
(Proprietors of the
Vanguard news-
paper)
by
H. R. Scipio


301 Eric Matthew Gairy

of by

1968e Ovid C. Gill


75
of
1969s


Anthony Peters
by
J. H. V. Redhead


317 Joseph Thomas

of by
1968o E. A. Heyliger


325
of
1968o


9
of
1969o


Paul Alexander
by
Lewis & Renwick


Hubert Farray
by
G. E. D. Clyne


68 Kathleen Fay
Smith
of by
1969o Derek Knight


Merrydale A.
Bullen
and
Alstan Andrew
(Proprietors of
the Vanguard
newspaper)
by
H. R. Scipio

Effie St. John



McIntyre Bros.
Limited
by
Henry, Henry &
Bristol

Stressman Thomas
by
Henry, Henry &
Bristol
and
Francis McIntyre

Stephen Findley
by
I. I. Duncan


Julian Landreth
Smith
by
Ben J. Jones


Damages for
Libel


Debt


Damages for
Negligence




Damages for
Personal Injury


Debt


Divorce


Friday
22. 57. 70


Friday
22.


5. 70


Monday
25. 5.




Monday
25. 5.


Tuesday
26. 5.



Tuesday
26. 5.


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.

E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar,
W.LA.S.S.C.


Chief Registrar's Chambers,
St. George's,
Grenada.
13th March, 1970.


No. of
Suit


Plaintiff and
Solicitor


Date of
Hearing


Remarks


Thursday
21. 5. 70











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 25, 1970.-(No. 23)


THE GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION


- OTICE is given that the half-yearly statutory General Meeting of the above mentioned Associati
will be held on Thursday, 21st MAIy, 1970, at the C.S.A. Centre, St. George's commencing at 9.00
a.m., and accordingly Area Meetings will b- held on the following dates and places for the purpose of
discussing the undermentioned Agenda and electing delegates to attend the General Meeting.


Area Date 1970 Place Time


St. Andrew's .. 6th May G.C.N.A. Building Jubillee Street,
Grenville 4.30 p.m.
St. Patrick's 6th May Anglican School, Sauteurs 5.00 p.m.
St. David's .. 6th May St. David's R. C. School 5.00 p.m.
St. Mark's 7th May Upstairs P. G. Hosten's warehouse,
Union 5.00 p.m.
St. John's 7th May Grand Roy Government School 5.00 p.m.
St. George's 7th May St. Paul's Government School 5.00 p.m.


Agenda for General Meeting of The Grenada Co-Operati e Nutmeg Association to be held at the C.S.A.
Centre, St. George's, on Thursday, 21st May, 1970, commencing at 9.00 a.m.

1. (a) Minutes of previous General Mee'ing.
(b) Minutes of Extraordinary General Meeting held on 4th February and 4th March, 1970.
2. Matters arising out of the Minutes.
3. Report of the Nutmeg Board.
4. Financial Statement for the half year ended 31st December, 1969.
5. Election of six (6) members to serve on the Nutmeg Board for the ensuing year.
6. Generate Business.


ROBERT S. RENWICK
Secretary.


NOTICE

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan
Malaysian Scholarships-1971/72

APPLICATIONS are invited for a number of
Scholarship Awards being offered by the
Government of Malaysia under the Common-
wealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan tenable
from May 1971 at the University of Malaya.
These awards are for post-graduate studies/
research in the restricted fields available at the
University of Malaya.
Application forms and further particulars may
be obtained from the Chief Education Officer,
Ministry of Education and Social Affairs.
Complete application forms, supporting docu-
ments and the letter of reference from each
of the three persons named must reach the Chief
Education Officer on or before 30th April, 1970.


Ministry of Education and
Social Affairs,
St. George's.
2nd April, 1970.


NOTICE

4 LL Cocoa Producers, Buying (wet cocoa)
SAgents and Buying (cured cocoa) Agents
should note prevailing prices for cocoa, effective
as from 19th February, 1970, until further notice
are: -

Local Purchases
(a) Wet ... 14 cents per lb.
(b) Grade II ... 38 cents per lb.
(c) Grade I ... 39 cents per lb.
Remuneration to Buying (wet cocoa) Agents:
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,
Lucas Street,
St. George's.
19th February, 1970.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 25, 1970.-(No. 23)


PRIVATE BILL


SOR the incorporation of the Trustees of the Westmorland School in the State of Grenada.
1. Public Notice is hereby given in accordance with Legislative Council Standing Order
No. 45 (3) (b) of S. R. & 0. No- 21 of 1964 that it is intended to introduce into the House of
Representatives the above mentioned Bill.
2. Notice of the intended introduction of this Bill is being given in the Grenada Government
Gazette and copies of the Bill may be purchased from the Government Printer.
3. The object of this Bill among other things is to incorporate the Trustees of the Westmorland
School in order to enable them to hold property and otherwise to carry out the aims and objects of
the Westmor and School.
4. Any person wishing to be heard in opposition to the Bill must lodge, with the Clerk of the
House of Representatives, a petition showing the nature of his objections to the Bill and stating
whether his objections extend to the whole or some part of the preamble or to the clauses of the
Bill and praying that he may be heard by himself or his Counsel against the Bill.
Dated the 4th day of March, 1970.


A. WILLIAMS
Solicitor for the Trustees of
Westmorland School.


Westmorland School


ACT NO.


Incorporation


OF 1970


Bill

for


An Act to provide for the incorporation of a body to
be known as the Incorporated Trustees of the
Westmorland School.

WHEREAS there has been established in the State
a School known as the Westmorland School (herein-
after called the School).

AND WHEREAS Leo Victor De Gale of Grand
Anse in the parish of St. George in the island of


Act


1970


Preamble.


C


_ _










GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. APRIL 25, 1970.-(No. 231 169
!, ,,[ -'r
Act Westa;orianci School (incorporation) 1970


Grenada Robert L. Mac Intosh of Lance Aux Epines in
the parish of St. George aforesaid Lester Johnson of
Ten;re in the parish of St. George aforesaid Lawrence
Commnissiong of Woodlands in the parish of St. George
aforesaid and Gordon Lester Brathwaite of Lance Aux
Epines aforesaid have been asked and are willing to
serve as Trustees of and to hold property for any of the
uses or purposes of the School.

AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the Trustees
for the time being should be incorporated and should
have power inter alia to hold lands and other property
in trust for the school.

Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Enactment
Maiesty by and with the advice and consent of the
Senate and the House of Representatives of Grenada
and by the authority of the same as follows:-

1. This Act may be cited as the Short title.

,WESTMORLLAND SCHOOL (INCORPORATION)

ACT, 1970.

2. The said Leo Victor De Gale, Robert L. Mac Incorpora-
Intosh, Lester Johnson, Lawrence Commissiong and T1ostes.
Gordon Lester Brathwaite and their successors in office
as Trustees of the Westmorland School shall be and are
hereby created a body corporate by the name "The
Incorporated Trustees of the Westmorland School"
(hereinafter called the Trustees) and by that name shall
have perpetual succession and also by that name shall
have and use a Common Seal which may from time to
time be changed, altered or made anew.

3. The Trustees shall have full power to acquire for Trustees
the School by purchase, transfer, exchange, devise, property.
grant, gift, bequest, or otherwise, all lands or other
property of what nature or kind so ever in perpetuity
or for a life or lives or for any term of years, and also
any money, securities for money, goods chattels what-
soever, and to take, hold and enjoy the same and
subject also to the performance of any trust upon which
the said lands or other property, money securities for
money, goods or chattels may have been acquired.

It shall be lawful for the Trustees, subject to the Trustees
may dispose
performance of any trust as aforesaid from time to time of property.
by deed under their seal to sell or demise, grant, convey,
transfer, exchange, surrender or otherwise dispose of
any lands or other property vested or which may here-
after be vested in them.

It shall be lawful for the Trustees subject to the Trustees may
borrow and
performance of any trust as aforesaid, to borrow ivean
money and for p.i- -ir.t of the same, by deed under mortgages.










GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 25, 1970.-(No. 23)


1970 Westmorland School Incorporation Act


their seal to give and execute mortgages, charges,
pledges, or other securities of their real or personal
property or to make any such arrangement as they may
consider convenient, with such covenants, powers and
provisions as they may think proper.

Execution of All deeds and other documents requiring the seal of
Deeds etc. the Trustees shall be sealed with the Common Seal of
the Trustees in the presence of at least two of the
Trustees who shall sign every such deed or other
document to which the said Seal is affixed and such
signing shall be prima facie evidence that the said seal
was duly and properly affixed and that the same is the
lawful seal of the Trustees.
Address for The Incorporated Thustees shall at all times have a
service. fixed address in this island for the service of documents
on them and such address shall be registered with the
Registrar of Companies. All documents to be served
on the Incorporated Trustees may be served by leaving
the same at or sending the same by registered post to
the address so registered.
Saving of Nothing in this Act shall affect or be deemed to
Crowns or
other rights. affect the rights of Her Majesty, Her Heirs and
successors, or any bodies politic or corporate or of any
other persons except such as are mentioned in this Act
and those claiming by from under them.


Passed by the House of Representatives this
day of 1970.


Clerk of the House of Representatives.


Passed by the Senate this day of 1970.


Clerk of the Senate.


1P0'













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. APRIL 25, 1970.-(No. 23) 171


NOTICE

GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION



Effective as from Monday, 8th September, 1969
Current advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:-


GRADE


Green Nutmegs

Dried N- Ymegs

Grnaders crackedd)

No. 1. Mace

No. 2. Mace

Mace Pickings


ADVANCE


24c.

36c.

16c.

$1.00

52c.

20c.


per lb.
" "





" "

"
" "


Date Fixed: 3rd September, 1969.


CCB 7
EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY

BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD COIN IN CIRCULATION


AS AT 28TH


(Pursuant to the B


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

Guyana
Trinidad and Tobago


FEBRUARY, 1970


ritish Caribbean Currency Agreement 1964, Article 10(3))

S c.
... ... ... ... ... 436,200.00
... ... ... 1,561,589.50
... ... ... 177,975.00
... ... ... ... ... 330,175.00
... ... ... ... 51,250.00
... ... ... ... 201,150.00
... ... ... ... ... 232,900.00
... ... ... ... ... 175,350.00 3,1

... ... ...448,667.00
... ...... 904,946.00 1,3


"Proof Sets"


4,520,202.50

1,870.00

$4,522,072.50


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


ROBERT S. RENWICK
SereAry.


15/4/70


S c.







66,589.50


53,613.00





ECCA 32


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT 28TH FEBRUARY, 1970


LIABILITIES


ASSETS


EXTERNAL ASSETS :


EC $


Notes in Circulation
Coin in Circulation
Bankers' Deposits
International Organizations


48,413,810
4.522,072
366,000
602,176


EC S


EC S


53,904,058


4,762,455

3,532,069


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 .


6,884,746
21,240,000

26,870,342

155,006
1,264,828


EC $62,198,582


EC S







56,414,922


[Proportion of external assets to
demand liabilities 104.7%]

* Convertible into sterling on demand


N. L. SMITH
Acting Managing Director.


DEMAND LIABILITIES:


GENERAL RESERVE

OrHER LIABILITIES


3,332
2,995,050
1,472,032
1,313,246

EC $62.198,582


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LIABILITIES
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COIN CONTINUATION BOARD


STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1969


ASSETS


EXTERNAL ASSETS :


LOANS TO LOCAL (U.K.) AUTHORITIES:


COIN IN CIRCULATION

OTHER LIABILITIES

TRANSFERRED FROM INCOME
AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT


4,481,197.50

238,179.00


314,316.22


WM. Brandts

Tynemouth


Astley


240,000.03 1,800,000.03


U.K. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES:


BALANCE FROM END-DECEMBER, 1968


338,790.18


653,106.40


6 % Exchequer Stock, 1971
(Market Value)


MONEY AT CALL:


Crown Agents, London




Bank of England, London


EC$ 5,372,482.90


1,135,120.64

704,199.76 1,839,320.40


100.00

EC$ 5,372,482.90


N. L. SMITH,
Acting Executive Commissioner,
Coin Coi'tii,.tion Board.


EC $


EC $


EC $


EC $


792,000.03

768,000.03


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1,733,062.50




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