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GRENADA


Government


Gazette


9 ST G, d FEB Y rit,1 [

VOL. 90.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1972 [No. 11


GOVERNMENT NOTICE
ACTING APPOINTMENT
No. 12.
f HE Public Service Commission has appointed
1 Mrs. MONICA DANIEL, Executive Officer, to
act as District Revenue Officer, St. Andrew's,
with effect from 1st August, 1970 and until
further notice.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. Gorge's.
1st February, 1972.
P.F. 972.


CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT
No. 13.
T HE Public Service Commission has confirmed
I the appointment of Mr. JOSEPH DABREO
as a Class II Clerk in the General Clerical
Service, posted initiqllv to the Ministrv of
Finance, Trade and Production, with effect from
3rd October, 1969.
Office of the Publia Service Commission,
St. George's.
31st January, 1972.
P.F. 2704.


RESIGNATIONS
No. 14.
j R. D. M. PATERSON, Secretary of Informa-
Stion Services in the Information Services
Division of the Premier's Ministry, has resigned
from the Service with effect from 28th January,
1972.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
1st February, 1972.
P.F. 2338.
No. 15.
M R. FRANCIS RUFFIN, Clas III Clerk, Pre-
i mier's Office, has resigned from the Service
with effect from llth December, 1971.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
31st January, 1972.
P.F. 2628.
No. 16.
THE Public Service Commission has accepted
! th resiSnatlicp lf Mrs. '/Ar NrDD,
Child Welfare Officer in the Ministry of Educa-
tion and Social Affairs, with effect from
22nd January, 1972.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
27th January, 1972.
P.F. 2387.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 5, 1972-(No. 11)


POLICE NOTICE

TRAFFIC REGULATIONS


Town of St. George's


BY 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 traffic on the undermentioned streets
in the town of St. George's be restricted as
under:-

2. ONE WAY STREETS

(i) GRENVILLE STREET from its junction
with Granby Street to its junction with
Hillsborough Street is declared a "ONE
WAY STREET". No vehicle is permitted
to travel south on that portion of Grenville
Street
(ii) GRANBY STREET from its junction with
Melville Street to its junction with
Grenville Street is declared a "ONE WAY
STREET". No vehicle is permitted to
travel west on Granby Street.


NO PARKING


(i) HILLSBOROUGH STREET. No vehicle is
allowed to park on Hillsborough Street
between Halifax and Melville Streets.
(ii) MELVILLE STREET. No vehicle is
allowed to park on Melville Street between
Hillsborough and Granby Streets.
(iii) GRANBY STREET. No vehicle is allowed
to park on the southern side of Granby
Street between Melville and Halifax
Streets.
(iv) GRANBY STREET. No vehicle is allowed
to park on the northern side of Granby
Street between Halifax Street and the
Exit of the Market.
(v) NO CYCLES will be permitted to park on
the pavements.
(vi) HALIFAX STREET. No vehicles except
Taxis are permitted to park on the western
side of Halifax Street between Granby
and Hillsborough Streets.
PARKING

(i) THE ESPLANADE. Vehicles are permitted
to park on the Esplanade off Melville
Street.
(ii) GRANBY STREET. Taxis only are per-
mitted to park on the northern side of
Granby Street between Melville and
Halifax Streets and on the southern side of
Granby Street between Halifax and
Grenville Streets.
(iii) MINI BUSES only shall be permitted to
park on the northern side of Granby
Street from a point east of the exit of the
Market to Grenville Street.


(iv) HALIFAX STREET. Taxis only are per-
mit ed to park on the western side of
Halifax Street between Granby and Hills-
borough Streets.
This Order came into effect on the 23rd day of
December, 1971.
M. L. BARROW
Commissioner of Police.

Office of the Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
30th December, 1971.


POLICE NOTICES

CARNIVAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
In the Town of Saint George

MONDAY, 14TH FEBRUARY, 1972

'Jour Ouvert' Old Mas Celebrations

Y 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
orded that on Mondpy 14th February, 1972,
between the hours of 5.00 a.m. and 8.30 a.m.
no motor vehicle shall park or wait on the
undermentioned streets which will be closed to
vehicular traffiffic: -
1. St. John's Street from its junction with
Grenville Street to its junction with Mel-
ville Street.
2. Melville Street from its junction with
Maloney Street to its junction with Cross
Street and Bruce Streets.
3. Bruce Street from its junction with Mel-
ville and Cross Streets to its junction with
Sendall Tunnel (the Western entrance).
4. Sendall Tunnel from its junction with
Bruce Street to its junction with Monck-
ton Street (the eastern entrance).
5. Cross Street from its junction with Mel-
ville and Bruce Streets to its junction with
Halifax and Gore Streets.
6. Gore Street from its junction with Halifax
and Cross Streets to its junction with
Grenville Street.
7. Grenville Street from its junction with
Gore Street to its junction with St. John's
Street.
8. Halifax Street from its junction with
Church and Young Streets to its junction
with St. John's Street.
9. Granby Street from its junction with Mel-
ville Street to its junction with Grenville
Street.
10. Hillsborough Street from its junction with
Melville Street to its junction with Gren-
ville Street.
2. Parking Buses, Taxis and other Motor
Vehicles.


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Motor Vehicles will be permitted to park
as under:
(a) Melville Street from its junction with
Maloney Street to Queen's Park, for-
Buses, Taxis and all other motor vehicles
travelling to tne town of Saint George
from:-
River Road, Tempe, Mt. Parnassus, Mt.
Gay, La Mode, Beaulieu, Snug Corner and
all other districts along the Grand Etang
Road.
(b) Car Park adjacent to the General Post
Office.
(c) Car Park: Public Officers Tennis Court
(Government Printing Office).
(d) Carenage or Wharf Roadway for-
Buses, Taxis and all o'her vehicles travell-
ing to the town of Saint George from:-
Lucas Street, St. Paul's and all other dis-
tricts along the St. Paul's Road;
Tanteen, Lowthers Lane, Archibald
Avenue, Paddock, Belmont and Grand
Anse;
Springs, Woodlands, Woburn, Calivigny
and all other districts along the Cali-
vigny Wes:erhall Road.
M. L. BARROW
Commissioner of Police.
Office of the Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
12th January, 1972.

CANRIVAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
MONDAY, 14TH FEBRUARY, 1972

Carnival Pageant at Queen's Park

Y 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 on Monday 14th February, 1972,
between the hours of 12.00 noon and 7.00 p.m.
all motor vehicles shall park or proceed on or
along the undermentioned roads as directed
hereunder:-
(a) PARKING
Motor vehicles will be permitted to park on
the seaside only of the St. George's Road
(otherwise called the Western Road),
between its junction with the Queen's
Park Road at the Green Bridge; and its
junction with the Power Station Road at
the Pumping Station.
(b) NO PARKING
Motor vehicles will not be permitted to park
or wait on River Road between its junc-
tion with the Wooden Bridge, and its
junction with Melville Street and the St.
George's Road at the Round-About.
(c) ONE-WAY TRAFFIC
All motor vehicles shall proceed to
Queen's Park in a one-way direction from


the junction of the St. George's Road
(otherwise called the Western Road)
along the Queen's Park Road to the
Wooden Bridge with its junction with
River Road.
(d) NO ENTRY
No motor vehicle will be permitted to
enter Queen's Park at the Wooden Bridge
from its junction with River Road.
(e) NO ENTRY
No vehilce shall turn right at the Wooden
Bridge from Queen's Park into River
Road.
(f) NO ENTRY
Vehicles shall proceed in a one-way
direction down Cemetery Hill and shall
not turn right into RIVER ROAD.
(g) ONE-WAY TRAFFIC
River Road from its junction with the
Wooden Bridge at Queen's Park all
vehicles proceeding to St. George's shall
do so via River Road, Tempe Road to
Lucas Street.
(h) NO ENTRY
Vehicles proceeding from Mt. Gay,
Beaulieu, Snug Corner, along the Grand
Etang Road shall proceed to St. George's
via Tempe to Lucas Street.
M. L. BARROW
Commissioner of Police.
Office of the Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
12th January, 1971.
Carnival Traffic Regulations in the Town of
Saint George, Tuesday, 15th February, 1972

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 on Tuesday, 15th February, 1972,
between the hours of 1.00 p.m. and 7.00 p.m.
no motor vehicle shall park or wait on the
undermentioned streets which will be closed to
vehicular traffic:-
1. St. John's Street from its junction with
Grenville Street to its junction with
Melville Street.
2. Melville Street from its junction with
Maloney Street to its junction with Cross
and Bruce Street.
3. Bruce Street from its junction with Melville
and Cross Streets to its junction with
Sendall Tunnel (the western entrance).
4. Sendall Tunnel from its junction wth Bruce
Street to its junction with Monckton
Street (the eastern entrance).
5. Cross Street from its junction with Melville
and Bruce Streets to its junction with
Halifax and Gore Streets.
6. Gore Street from its junction with Halifax
and Cross Stieets to its junction with
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 5, 1972-(NO. 11)


7. Grenvlle Street from its junction with Gore
Street to its junction with St. John's
Street.
8 Halifax Street from its junction with
Church and Young Streets to its junction
with St. John's Street.
9. Granby Street from its junction with Mel-
ville Stree to its jincuion with Grenville
Street.
10. Hillsborough Street from its junction with
Melville Street to its junction with
Grenville Street.
2. Parking-Buses, Taxis and other Motor
Vehicles.
Motor vehicles will be permitted to park as
tinder:
(a) Melville Street from its junction with
Maloney Street to Queen's Park, for-
Buses, Taxis and all other motor vehicles
travelling to the town of Saint George
from:-
River Road, Tempe, Mt. Paranassus,
Mt. Gay, La Mode, Beaulieu, Snug
Corner and all other districts along the
Grand Etang Road.
(b) Car Park adjacent to the General Post
Office;
(c) Car Parkl: Public Officers Tennis Court
(Government Printing Office).
(d) Carenage or Wharf Roadway for-
Buses, Taxis and all other motor
vehicles travelling to the town of Saint
George from:-
Lucas Street, St. Paul's and all other
districts along the St. Paul's Road;
Tanteen, Lowther's Lane, Archibald
Avenue, Paddock, Belmont and Grand
Anse;
Springs, Woodlands, Woburn, Calivigny
and all other districts along the Calivigny
-Westerhall Road.

M. L. BARROW
Commissioner of Police.
Office of the Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
12th January, 1971.

Use of Vehicles Licensed as Goods Vehicles for
the Conveyance of Passengers

(i) In the interest of public safety the atten-
tion of the owners of goods vehicles is
directed to section 15 (5) of the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance
Cap. 194, Page 2531 of the Revised Laws
of Grenada, Vol. II, which provides for
the grant of permission to enable a
vehicle licensed as a goods vehicle to be
uCid a, a ,,;vie'e moior car for the con-
veyance of passengers WITHOUT HIRE
OR REWARD.
(ii) Owners of goods vehicles intending to use
them for the purpose of conveying
passengers during Carnival are advised


to .apply to the Inspector of Motor Vehi-
cles, Traffic Department, St. George's,
tfor the necessary permission to do so.
This will be given only after inspection
of the vehicle, when a certificate will be
issued, and on production of a policy of
insurance in respect of third party risks
which policy complies with the require-
ments of the Motor Vehicles Insurance
(Third Party Risks) Cap. 195, Vol. II of
the Revised Laws of Grenada.
(iii) Owners and drivers of goods vehicles
are hereby warned that the carrier of
passengers in goods vehicles contrary to
provisions of the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance will render them
liable to prosecution.

M. L. BARROW
Commissioner of Police.

Office of the Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
12th January, 1972.


NOTICE

CARNIVAL RULES, 1972
1. Definition. In these rules, unless the con-
text otherwise requires-"public Place"
includes any public way and any public
building, place or conveyance to which for
the time being the public are entitled or per-
mitted to have access, either without any
condition or upon condition of making any
payment; and any building or place which is
for the time being used for any public or
religious meeting or assembly, or as an open
Court.
2. Behaviour at Carnival. During carnival no
person taking part therein, and no person
accompanying any person or persons taking
part therein shall-
(a) appear dressed-
(i) in the uniform prescribed for the
Police Force unless such person is a
serving member of the Police Force; or
(ii) in any costume which might be mis-
taken for the uniform prescribed for
the Police Force or for any unit there-
of;
(b) Portray or represent to appear wearing
any costume which portrays or repre-
sents in any manner whatsoever any
deity of a living religion or portraying
any event in a manner likely to bring
into disrepute, ridicule or contempt any
religion practised in the State;
(c) throw any substance, matter or thing
likely to cause damage, injury or dis-
comfort to anyone;
(d) smear or daub on any other person any
substance, matter or thing- or, with in-
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other person any money or valuable DOMINICA (REGIONAL) YOUTH CAMP
thing, attempt or threaten to smear or
daub on such other person any such sub- 4PPLICATIONS are invited for admission to
stance matter or thing; I the Regional You-h Car:p in Domnica from
ouninrr mpn hptwefn t!, n If 15 Anrl 10Q ro


(e) have in any public place any exposed
flame or any article of an offensive
nature or for a:n nlawful purpose;
(f) carry any le'hal weapon or any article
capable of causing damage or injury, un-
less such person is a member of the
Police Service, and is on duty;
(g) drive any motor vehicle when masked
or otherwise facially disguised;
(h) sing or recite any levd or offensive
song;
(i) indulge in behaviour or gesture which is
immoral, lewd or offensive;
(j) carry or use in a derogatory manner the
fla- or Coa of Arms of the State or of
any other country.
3. Reiriction as to Kand:-(1) The leader of:
every band of more than 50 persons shall
register his band not later than 2nd day of
February, 1972, w:th the Oicer in C:arge
of the Police Division in vbhich such leader
resides, and such o'icer shall assign a
registered number to such band.
(2) For the purposes of this rule "leader"
means the person responsible for the or-
ganization of the band.
4. Dower of Search. Any member of the Police
Force or of a unit thereof may stop and
search any motor vehicle in which there is
any person who is masked or otherwise
facially disguised or may require any per-
son in such motor vehicle to give his name
and address.
.5. Mode of Dress. No male person shall in
any public place appear dressed or dis-
guised as a female person, and no female
person shall in any public place appear
dressed or disguised as a male person.
6. Prohibition-(1) No person shall at any
time during the Sunday night preceding
carnival or during carnival, in any public
place, light or keep alight any bonfire or
take part or be concerned in lighting or
keeping alight any bonfire.
(2) During carnival no person shall wear
masks or dominoes in any public place:
Provided that nothing contained in the pro-
visions of Rule 7 shall prohibit the wearing of, or
make it an offence to wear masks or dominoes
in any public place between the hours of 6.00
a.m. and 9.00 a.m. on Monday the 14th day of
February, 1972.
7. Offences. Any person who contravenes any
of the provisions of these Rules shall be
guilty of an offence.

Made this 26th day of January, 1972.

PAUL SCOON
Secretary to the Cabine't


Eighteen places are available for the State and
selectees will be expected to enter the Camp in
February.
Further particulars and application forms can
be obtained from the Chief Youth Development
and Sports Officer, Ministry of Social Affairs.
Completed applications should reach him on
or before 30th January, 1972.

CHIEF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AND
SPORTS OFFICER.

NOTICE

In the Matter of the Land Acanisition Ordinance
(Cap. 153)
(SECOND PUBLICATION)

T is hereby notified for general information
that, In pursuance of the powers vested in Her
o nder the Land Acquisition Ordinance (Cap. 153).
te Governor acting in accordance with the advice
of the Cabinet of the State of Grenada has been
pleased to appoint Mr. Raymond I. Millet to be
,ne Authorised Officer for the purpose of the
acquisition of the lot of land mentioned and
described in the Schedule hereto.
SCHEDULE
All tha: lot, riece or parcels of land lettered
lots 15 and 16 of the Tivoli Land Settlement in
the parish of St. Andrew containing by ad-
measurement 1 rood and 1 rood 3 perches respec-
tively and believed to be owned by or under the
control of Allan Braihwaite and Rose Courtenay.
The said lots of land are bounded on the north
by the pub'lc road on the south by a ravine, on
on the east by an allowed foot path and on the
we-t by Crown Lands.
Dated this 27th day of January, 1972.
PAUL SCOON
Secretary to the Cabinet.

NOTICE

In the Matter of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
(Cap. 153)
And
In the matter .of a Declaration by the Governor
that two lots of land viz. lots 15 and 16 of
the Tivoli Land Settlement formerly part
of the lands attached to the Tivoli Agri-
cultural Station containing respectively 1
rood and 1 rood 3 perches believed to be
owned by or under the control of Allan
Brathwaite and Rose Courtenay.
DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND
(SECOND PUBLICATION)

WHEREAS it is provided in effect by Section 3
of the Land Acquisition Ordinance (Cap. 153) of
the Revised Laws of Grenada that if the Governor













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 5, 1972-(No. 11)


acting in accordance with the advice of the Cabinet
considers that any land should be acquired for
a public purpose She may cause a declaration to
that effect to be made:

AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Governor
acting as aforesaid that the land mentioned ana
described in the Schedule hereto should be ac
quired for a public purpose, to wit, for the purpose
of establishing a recreational centre:

Now, THEREFORE, it is hereby declared by the
Governor acting in accordance with the advice of
the Cabinet of the State of Grenada that upon the
Second Publication of this declaration in the
Gazette, the land mentioned and described in the
Schedule hereto shall be acquired for the above-
mentioned purpose and shall vest absolutely in
the Crown.
SCHEDULE


All that lot, piece or parcels of land lettered
lots 15 and 16 of the Tivoli Land Settlement in
the parish of St. Andrew containing by ad-
measurement 1 rood and 1 rood 3 perches respec-
tively and believed to be owned by or under the
control of Allan Brathwaite and Rose Courtenay.
The said lots of land are bounded on the north
by the public road on the south by a ravine, on
on the east by an allowed foot path and on the
west by Crown Lands.

Dated this 27th day of January, 1972.

PAUL SCOON
Secretary to the Cabinet.



NOTICE

In the matter of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
(Cap. 153)

(SECOND PUBLICATION)


T is hereby notified for general information
that, in pursuance of the powers vested in
Her under the Land Acquisition Ordinance
(Cap. 153), the Governor acting in accordance
with the advice of the Cabinet of the State
of Grenada has been pleased to appoint
Mr. Raymond I. Millet to be the authorised
officer for the purpose of the acquisition of the
lot of land mentioned and described in the
Schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE

All that lot, piece or parcel of land formerly
part of Carriere Estate in the Parish of St.
Andrew and known as Carriere Cricket Field con-
taining by estimation 3 acres more or less and
believed to be owned by or under the control of
Mr. Edgcrton Mirjah. The said lot of land is


bounded on one side by the public road and on
the remaining sides by lands believed to be owned
by or under the control of Mr. Edgerton Mirjah.

Dated this 27th day of January, 1972.

PAUL SCOON
Secretary to the Cabinet.




NOTICE

In the Matter of the Land Acquisition Ordinance,
(Cap. 153)
and
In the matter of a Declaration by the Governor
that a lot of land formerly part of Carriere
Estate in tne parish of St. Andrew and
known as Carriere Cricket Field contain-
ing by estimation 3 acres more or less and
believed to be owned by or under the
control of Mr. Edgerton Mirjah.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND

(SECOND PUBLICATION)

WHEREAS it is provided in effect by section 3
ot the Land Acquisition Ordinance (Cap. 153) of
the Revised Laws of Grenada that if the Gover-
nor acting in accordance with the advice of
the Cabinet of the State of Grenada considers that
any land should be acquired for a public purpose
She may cause a declaration to that effect to be
made:

AND WHEREAS it appears to the Governor acting
as aforesaid that the land mentioned and described
in the schedule hereto are likely to be required
for a public purpose, to wit, for the improvement
of the Calivigny public main road.

Now, THEREFORE, it is hereby declared by the
Governor acting in accordance with the advice of
the Cabinet of the State of Grenada that upon
the Second Publication of this declaration in the
Gazette, the lands mentioned and described in the
Schedule hereto shall be acquired for the above-
mentioned purpose and shall vest absolutely in the
Crown.

SCHEDULE

All that lot, piece or parcel of land formerly
part of Carriere Estate in the Parish of St.
Andrew and known as Carriere Cricket Field con-
taining by estimation 3 acres more or less and
believed to be owned by or under the control of
Mr. Edgerton Mirjah. The said lot of land is
boiindcd on one side by the public road and on
the remaining sides by lands believed to be owned
by or under the control of Mr. Edgerton Mirjah.

Dated this 27th day of January, 1972.

PAUL SCOON
Secretary to the Cabinet.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 5, 1972-(No. 11) 65


GRENADA

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(Civil)
1968 Suit No. 128
Between
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK
OF COMMERCE Plai
And
BENSON DOUGLAS and
CLOTILDA DOUGLAS (otherwise
know as CLAUDIA ODESSA
DOUGLAS Defend


BY ORDER made the 31st day of March, 1971
) will be offered for sale at this office on
Friday the 25th day of February, 1972 at
12.00 noon ALL THAT lot of land situate at
Pearls, St. Andrew's, Grenada, containing by
estimation One Acre and abutted and bounded
on the North by lands of one Priscilla Henry on
the South by land of Sydney Alexanded and
Su-Su Cox on the West by lands of Simon
Estate and on the East by lands of the Govern-
ment of Grenada.
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 $10,038.33.

E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar.

Registrar's Office,
Grenada.
5th January, 1972.

GRENADA

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(Civil


1971 Suit No. 21 (Summary)
Between
SEPTIMUS CHARLES


GODOLPHIN JOSEPH


Plaintiff


Defendant


IN THE MATTER OF APPEAL AGAINST AWARD OF
ARBITRATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE
AGRICULTURAL SMALL TENANCIES ORDI-
NANCE, No. 18 OF 1963 AND IN THE
MATTER OF ARBITRATION BETWEEN GODOL-
PHIN JOSEPH OF ST. JOHN'S VILLAGE,
ST. ANDREW'S (LANDLORD) AND SEPTIMUS
CHARLES OF ST. JOHN'S VILLAGE, ST.
ANDREW'S (TENANT).

BY ORDER made the 29th April, 1971, there
will be offered for sale at this office on
Friday, t ~ 1zt! day of a ;c.arj, 1972 a.
12.00 o'clock noon, all that right, title and
interest of the abovenamed Defendant in:-

1. All that lot of land containing approxi-
mately three roods situate at St. John's in the
parish of Saint Andrew's and bounded on one


side by lands of Harietta Budhlall, on another
side by lands in the occupation of one Mrs.
Frederick De Gale on a third side by lands of
one Harold Salim and on the fourth side by
lands of one Joseph or Monday Jeffrey.

The interest being sold is believed to be the
right title and interest in the estate of Adriana
ntiff Tobias, deceased.

The sale is subject to the usual conditions of
sale, a copy of which can be seen at the Regis-
trar's Office, and to the RESERVE PRICE of
ants $2,409.00


Dated this 19th day of January, 1972.

C. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar.

Chief Registrar's Chambers,
St. George's.



GRENADA

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(Civil)
Suit No. 242 of 1969 Original
Between:
THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Plaintifi
And


PETER ALEXANDER


Defendant


BY ORDER made the 12day of January, 1972
there will be offered for sale at this office
on Friday the 17th day of March, 1972 at
12.00 o'clock in the forenoon.

ALL THAT lot, piece or parcel of land
together with the buildings thereon situate at
Birch Grove in the parish of Saint Andrew in
the State of Grenada containing by admeasure-
ment one acre one rood and eleven poles
English Statute Measure and abutted and
bounded as the same is delineated and described
in the plan or diagram thereof marked "A"
annexed to a Statutory Declaration dated the
1st day of November, 1960 which is recorded in
the Deeds and Land Registry of Grenada in
Liber E 10 at page 754 or howsoever otherwise
the same may be abutted bounded known dis-
tinguished or described.

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 $14,000.00


E. C. WILKINSON
Registrar.


Registrar's Office,
Grenada.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 5, 1972-(No. 11)


NOTICE
Canadian/Caribbean Technical Asstance
Awards, 1972

APPLICATIONS are invited for scholarships
under the Canadian Technical Assistance
Programme in the following fields of study:-
1. Mechanical Technology:
A two-year course which includes Machine
.Shop Practice, Weliing, Forging and Sheet
Metal Work.
2. Automobile Technology:
A two-year course which includes a study
of all components in engines, running gear,
chassis, electrical and fuel systems. At the
end of the course the student should have
a thorough understanding of all the princi
pies of operation of modern vehicles.
3. C.. -l.. ;:, and Joilery:
A two-year course which emphasizes on-
the-job experience in the use of modern
tools and equipment in specific areas of the
building trade and a study of desing funda-
mentals and furniiure design.
4. Plumbing and Pipe-fitting:
A two-year course which stresses the use
of new techniques and an understanding of
heat behavious, heat transfer and hot
water installations.
.5. Quantity Surveying:


6.


provide training leading to certification of
student pilots and navigators.
7. Accountancy:
A two-year course whifh offers further
education in business management, data
processing, law and economics.
8. Hotel Management
A two-year course which stresses the
application of the principles of scinetific
management, house-keeping, food pur-
chasing and storage, food preparation and
serivce, and control of beverages and staff
training.
9. Electrical Technology:
A tws-year course of study which empha-
sizes a theoretical knowledge of electricity
and skill in maintaiining complex electrical-
electronic,i pneumatic and hydrantic sys-
tems.
10. Business Administration:
A one-year course which is intendedto pro-
vide a general preparation in modern
business administration for persons having
a msnagerial responsibility in Commerce,
Industry or Government.
Quaificatons:
A minimum of 4 G.C.E. 'O' level passes or
Cambridge School Certificate. For tech-
nology courses English, Mathematics and
a Science subject must be included in the
four subjects.


A two-year course which includes the Applcstions stating age, qualifications exper-
principles and theories of estimating and ience and proposed field of study be addressed
classifying work; the analysis and deter- to the Chief Education Officer and should reach
mination of costs of construction opera- him not later than 12th February, 1972.
tions including applicable indirect and Ministry of Education and
overhead costs and the preparation of bid Social Affairs,
proposals. St. George's,
Civil Aviation: Grenada, W.I.
A one-year course which is designed to 25th January, 1972.


GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION

Effec ive as from 27th January, 1972
Advance rates payable for deliveries of Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:--


GRADE


ADVANCES


Green Nutmegs

Dried Nutmegs

Grinders (Cracked)

No. 1. Moe

No. 2. Mace

Mace Pickings


16c. per lb.


Fixed by the Nutmeg Board 26th January, 1972.
In accordance with Section 58 of the Nutmeg Industry Ordinance.


ROBERT S.


RENWICK
Secretary.


GRENADA


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
ST. GEORGE'S,
1972.


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