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Publication Date: July 8, 1972
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GRENADA


Government


Gazette


VOL. 90.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1972 [No. 44


GOVERNMENT NOTICES
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT
No. 88.
TpHE Public Service Commission has confirmed
1 the appointment of MR. W. H. OGILVIE as
an Air Traffic Control Officer, Pearls Airport,
with effect from 1st July, 1972.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
28th June, 1972.
P.F. 1706.
SECONDMENT
No. 89.
THE Public Service Commission has approved
the secondment of MR. A. M. CRUICKSHANK,
Chief Technical Officer (Agronomy), Ministry of
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, to the Carib-
bean Development Bank as Field improvement
Officer with effect from 1st June, 1972 and for a
period of one year in the first instance.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
5th July, 1972.
P.F. 589.


NOTICE
Two-Week August Induction Course
for Intending Teachers


A N Induction Course for all young people who
wish to become teachers in the primary and
secondary schools of the State will be held during
the two weeks commencing 21st August, 1972,
at Grenada Teachers' College.

The minimum qualification for appointment to
teaching is School Leaving Certificate or one
G.C.E. O'level subject. Students who sat the 1972
School Leaving Examination or who will sit the
1972 Cambridge Examinations may apply.

Applications should be addressed to the Prin-
cipal, Grenada Teachers' College to reach him not
later than 29th July, 1972.

Ministry of Education and Culture,
St. George's.
Grenada, W.I.
15th May, 1972.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 8, 1972-(No. 44)


NOTICE

Grenada Technical and Vocational Institute
Announcement of Courses

if HE Grenada Technical and Vocational Insti-
L tute, a new government training institution
sited at Tanteen, announces its provisional
programmes proposed for the school year to
commence in September, 1972.
1. Full-Time Day Programmes.
2. 1-Day Per Week Release Programmes.
3. Part-Time Evening Programmes.

Provisional Courses and Minimum Requiremnts:

1. Two-Year Technician Courses:
Two (2) G.C.E. '0' level passes (English
Language plus Mathematics or a Science
Subject).
2. (a) Two-Year Diploma Craft or Trade
Courses:
(b) 1-Day per week Release Courses:
School Leaving Certificate or if aged
18 or over, recommendation of present
or intended employer plus achieve-
ment test.
3. Foreman and Supervisors Courses:
Recommendation of .employer and evidence
of applicants position or attainment.
4. Evening Courses:
Requirements subject to enrollment de-
mands.

Courses:
The following technical subjects will be offered,
subject to enrollment demands and the avail-
ability of an instructor:-
Automotive Repairs and Maintenance
Machine Shop Practice
Welding-Fitting
Electrical Installation and Maintenance
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Carpentry and Joinery
Plumbing and Pipe Fitting
Trowel Trades
Ceramics.

1-Day Release Programmes:
Employers who might be interested in having
their employees trained or further trained on a
1-day a week release basis, should contact the
Principal-Designate, Grenada Technical and
Vocational Institute, Tanteen.

Fees: $10.00 per term.

Enquiries:
Enquiries on the above programmes and
courses may be directed to the Chief Education
Officer or the Principal-Designate.

Ministry of Education and Culture,
St. George's.
24th May, 1972.


NOTICE

TNTENDING candidates for the London G.C.E.
Examinations which are scheduled to take
place during the period Tuesday, January 2 and
Wednesday, January 24, 1973 are hereby
reminded that all Entries and Treasury Receipts
for Examination Fees are to be in the hand of
the Lozal Secretary on or before Thursday,
August 31st, 1972. No late Entries can be
accepted.
Those who do not apply in person, or who
apply by mail, do so at their own risk. Com-
munications with insufficient information may
have to be disregarded. Cash remittances of
Fees cannot be accepted by the Local Secretary.
$


Fees
University Entrance Fee
Local

Total Entrance Fees

A-Level, per subject $9.60


0-Level ,


10.80
5.00

i5.80


,, 4.32


Ministry of Education and Culture,
St. George's.


NOTICE

Grenada Agricultural Scholarship
for Girls, 1972

APPLICATIONS are invited for the Grenada
Agricultural Scholarship which will be
awarded to a girl in 1972. The Scholarship is
tenable at the faculty of Agriculture, University
of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad, from
October, 1972.
Applicants should satisfy the minimum entrance
requirements for admission to the University of
the West Indies and should, in addition, possess
the following qualifications:-
(i) Chemistry: A pass at Ordinary level or its
equivalent.
(ii) Mathematics: A pass at Ordinary level or
equivalent.
Passes at Ordinary level in Physics and in
Biological subjects are also considered desirable
but not essential.
Applications should reach the Chief Education
Officer by 15th July, 1972, and should be accom-
panied by the following:-
1. Testimonal from Principal of last school
attended;
2. Testimonals from two persons other than
school teachers under whom education was
received;
3. A medical officer's certificate showing that
the candidate is in a normal state of health and
fit to pursue University studies;
4. A summary of qualifications.

Ministry of Education and Culture,
St. George's.
23rd June, 1972.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 8, 1972-(No. 44)


NOTICE

Details regarding the vacant post of
Information Officer, Public Relations
Barbados


NOTICE


Assistant
Office,


APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
abovementioned post.
Qualifications:
Applicants should possess at least three sub-
jects, including English Language at Ordinary
Level of the General Certificate of Education or
its equivalent and experience in Radio, Jour-
nalism, Printing. Television, Commercial Art or
Visual Aids or any combination of the above.
Duties:
To assist Information Officers in any matters
assigned to them and particularly those associated
with press, publications, radio, television, film
production and operation of the Mobile Cinema.
Duties will be divided into the following
,categories:
(a) Press and Publications;
(b) Radio and TV;
(c) Film Production and Mobile Cinema.
but officers may be called on to work in any
medium.
Appointment:
The appointment is on a permanent and pen-
sionable basis, subject to medical fitness and two
years' probation. Under the Widows and Child-
ren Pensions Act, salary is subject to a deduction
of 2% per annum.
.Salary:
The salary of the post is in the scale $6,000 x
240-7,200.
The point of entry in the scale will depend on
qualifications and experience.
,Quarters:
Quarters are not provided.
Leave:
Vacation Leave:
(a) Officers in receipt of salaries of
$7,200 ped annum and over-42 days
a year: at least 14 days must be
taken annually or lost. 6 of the
14 days compulsory leave must be
taken as the officer desires.
(b) Officers in receipt of salaries less than
$7,200 per annum-30 days a year of
which 14 must be taken annually or
lost.
Sick Leave:
21 days sick leave a year.
Applications on appropriate forms S. C. 35
(to be used by officers employed in the public
Service of Barbados) and S. C. 21 (in the case of
other applicants) should be submitted to the
Chief Personnel Officer, Services Commissions
Department, "Flodden", Culloden Road, St.
Michael, "-et later than 12th August, 1972.
The advertisement of this post is scheduled to
appear in the Advocate-News on 17th June 1972
and 15th July, 1972.

Services Commissions Department,
1st June, 1972.


Details regarding the vacant posts of Senior
House Officer Queen Elizabeth Hospital,
Barbados
APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
.11 qualified persons for appointment to tne
abovementioned posts.
Qualifications:
Applicants must be fully Registered Medical
PraouLoners.
Salary:
Salary of the post is in the salary scale
$8400 x 360-9840. Officers on agreement will
be eligible for a gratuity of 20% of basic salary
on tne satisfactory completion of engagement, or
annually at tne option of the officer.
Duties:
The duties are those usually performed by a
Senior House Officer in general hospital. The
officer will be attached to one or other of the
Departments of the Hospital, but will be required
to serve in the Casualty Department for a period
of not more than three months in each twelve
months of service. He shall be responsible
through the senior staff of his department and
the Hospital Director to the Ministry of Health
for the proper performance of his duties.
Appointment:
Appointment which is subject to medical fit-
ness, is on agreement for a period of one to three
years. If the Officer is a contributor to an
approved Superannuation Scheme, the employer's
snare will be paid in the first instance by Govern-
ment and later recovered from the Officer's
gratuity.
Leave:
Leave is granted as follows:
42 days' vacation leave a year of which
14 must be taken annually or lost. On
completion of Contract, a terminal pay-
meat will be made in lieu of vacation
leave accumulated at the end of the
contract.
Sick Leave:
21 days sick leave a year.
Quarters:
Basically furnished quarters will be provided
at a rental of 6% of salary. There is an annual
charge payable monthly, for a refrigerator if
provided, of 5% of the cost.
Passage:
Passages of the officer, wife and children
under the age of 20 years (up to a limit of six
persons) are payable on first appointment and on
satisfactory completion of Contract. The officer
is eligible for a refund of up to $960. (E. C. C)
in accordance with current baggage allowances.
Claims for this refund must be supported by
vou chers.
General:
All Officers are subject to Regulations, Rules,
Orders and Departmental Instructions which may
be in force from time to time.
Applications on appropriate forms (S. C 35 to
to used by officers employed in the Public Service
of Barbados, and S. C. 21 in the case of other
applicants) should be submitted to the Chief
Personal Officer, Service Commissions Depart-
ment, "Flodden", Culloden Road, St. Michael,
as soon as possible.
Services Commissions Department,
31st May, 1972.










GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 8, 1972-(No. 44)


NOTICE

Vacant Temporary post of Agricultural Officer/
Senior Agricultural Officer
Ministry of Agriculture, Science and Technology

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
above-mentioned post, which is temporary.

Qualifications:
The minimum qualification required for
appointment to the post, is a degree in Agriculture
from a recognized University or other approved
Institution. Applicants possessing a Master's or
other higher degree or post-graduate diploma in
an approved subject would be considered for entry
to the Senior Agricultural Officer's grade.
Salary:
The salary of the post is as follows:
(a) Senior Agriculural Officer is in the
scale-$8,760 x 360-$9,840 x 480-
$10,800.
(b) Agricultural Officer is in the scale-
$6,480 x 240-$7,200 x 300-$8,400 x
360-$9,840 x 480-$10,800.
Duties:
(i) To consider any methods which may
lead to better physical soil conditions
for any areas capable of growing
economic crops;
(ii) To study rehabilitation processes and
techniques in the Soil Conservation
Districts, particularly in reformed
areas of high salt and soil content and
on Joes River muds;
(iii) To study methods of improving soil
structure and physical conditions of
heavy soils of the St. George's Valley;
(iv) To consider methods of improving
moisture holding properties of
draughty soils in the dry coastal areas;
(v) To undertake a systematic series of
studies on the effects of burning of
sugar cane on soil structure with a
view of taking remedial action;
Any such other duties as may be assigned
from time to time by the Chief Agricultural
Officer.
Appointment:
Appointment will be on contract agreement
for two (2) years.
Application forms S.C. 35 (to be used by
persons employed in the Public Service of Bar-
bados) S.C. 21 (in the case of other applicants)
and full details of the post may be obtained from
the Chief Personnel Officer, Public Service
Commission, St. George's.
Applications on appropriate forms should
reach the Chief Personnel Officer, Service Com-
missions Department, "Flodden", Culloden Road,
St. Michael, Barbados not later than 12th August,
1972.

Service Commissions Department,
27th April, 1972.


NOTICE

Vacant post of Mechanical Engineer
Ministry of Communications and Works,
Barbados

A PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
abovementioned post which will become vacant
with effect mid-February, 1973.

Qualifications:
Applicants should possess:
University degree in Mechanical Engineering
from an approved University or an approved
Engineering School.
For passage beyond the qualification bar in
the salary scale, the possession of the Associate-
ship of a recognized professional body or three
years' approved post-graduate experience.

Duties:
The successful applicant will be responsible
to the Chief Technical Director for all matters
pertaining to the Ministry's Mechanical Work-
shop and will be directly in charge of all
mechanical Plant and Equipment, auxilliary tools
and accessories of tne Ministry.

Salary:
$5480 x 240-7200 (Q. B.) 7500 x 300-8400 x
360-9840 x 480-10,800.

Appointment:
The appointment may be either on a per-
manent and pensionable basis or on agreement
for a period of two to three years.
Application forms S. C. 35 (to be used by
persons employed in the Public Service of
Barbados and S. C. 21 in the case of other
applicants) and full details of the post may be
obtained from the CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER,
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION, ST. GEORGES.
Applications on appropriate forms should
reach the Chief Personnel Officer, Service Com-
missions Department, "Flodden" Culloden Road,
St. Michael, not later than 2nd September, 1972.

Services Commissions Department,
24th May, 1972.


NOTICE
Vacant Post of Chief Agricultural Officer
St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla

APPLICATION are invited from suitably
11 qualified persons for appointment to the
above post. Appointment may either be on a
permanent and pensionable basis or on contract
for two or three years.
The salary of the post is at a fixed rate of
$10,920 per annum.
Applicants should possess a degree or diploma
in Agriculture plus adequate experience in this
field.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 8, 1972-(No. 44) 305


Full details of the post may be obtained from
The Chief Personnel Officer, Public Service Com-
mission, St. George's.
Applications should be addressed to the Per-
manent Secretary, Establisnments, Government
Headquarters, Basseterre, St. Kitts, to reach him
not later than 15th July, 1972.
Office of the Service Commissions,
Government Headquarters,
Bassesterre, St. Kitts.
31st May, 1972.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that by a Deed Pool
dated the 3rd day of July 1972 and recorded
in the Deeds and Land Registry of Grenada on
the 4th day of July 1972 as Document No. 911 of
1972 I NoNous LENEVE LA GUERRE of Lucas
Street in the city of Saint George in the State of
Grenada, a citizen of the United Kingdom and
Colonies by birth, formally and absolutely
renounced and abandoned the surname of
LA GEER and have assumed and adopted and
intend henceforth upon all occasions whatsoever
to use and subscribe the surname of LA GUERRE
instead of the surname of LA GEER so as to be at
all times thereafter called known and described
by the name of NONOus LENEVE LA GUERRE
exclusively.
Dated this 5th day of Jnly, 1972.
NONOUS LENEVE LA GUERRE
formerly known as NANOUS LENEVE LA GEER.


NOTICE

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES
AND FORESTRY AGRONOMY DIVISION

Distribution of Rooted Cuttings of Selected of
Grenada Cocoa for Planting in 1973

PERSONS desirous of obtaining planting mate-
rials from the Cocoa Stations for planting
in 1973 should apply on the forms provided for
that purpose, entitled: "Application Forms for
Plants Propagated for Distribution by the Minis-
try of Agriculture".

1. Application forms should be forwarded
in duplicate to the Chief Technical Officer
(Agronomy), Mt. Home Cocoa Station, St.
Andrew's to reach him not later than 30th Sep-
tember, 1972.
2. Applications received after the 30th Sep-
tember, 1972, will neither be acknowledged nor
considered.
3. Application forms are available at the Min-
istry of Agriculaure, all Agricultural and Cocoa
Stations, and District Revenue Offices: Applica-
tion forms can also be obtained from all mem-
bers of the Extension Staff of the Ministry of
Agriculture.
4. Rooted cocoa cuttings are delivered at a
cost of 5 cents per plant to the applicant at a


point, as near as possible to the site. at which
tney are to be planted, and accessible at the time
to the motor vehicle conveying the plants.
5. The conditions under which planting mate-
rials will be issued are as follows:-
(i) The area selected by the applicant will be
inspected by an authorised officer, as soon
as possible after the .receipt of the appli-
cation, for the purpose of determining the
suitability of the site in regard to altitude,
soil type, wind protection and other
ecological and environmental conditions.
The applicant will then be notified
whether or not the area is approved for
planting;
(ii) If for stated reasons the are is declared to
be unsuitable for planting cocoa clones, no
allocation of plans will be made to the
applicant;
(iii) If the area is declared suitable, an
authorised officer will inform the appli-
cant what minimum action is required of
him by the Ministry of Agriculture, in
regard to the provision of ground, shade,
windbreaks, soil conservation measures,
soil preparation, etc. The Ministry of
Agriculture will render all assistance and
guidance and advice in this connection;

(iv) The. minimum area for which plants will
be issued will be that which will contain
fifty (50) rooted cuttings planted at a
spacing of 12 ft. x 12 ft. in a block; the
area to be planted will be reinspected by
an authorised officer immediately before
the proposed date of delivery of the plants
for the purpose of ascertaining whether
all conditions have been satisfactorily
fulfilled, and whether the area is in a
suitable state of preparation for planting;

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

6. Applicants are advised to take advantage
of the experience already gained in replanting
methods at the cocoa stations and other plots,
where replanting with rooted cocoa cuttings
have been undertaken.

7. Applicants are accordingly invited to visit
the cocoa stations and to make the fullest,
possible use of all information available.
8. A small token charge is imposed for citrus,
mango, avocado and other economic plants.
This charge bears no relation to the actual cost
of production and is imposed with a view to
stimulate farmers to take more care of these
plants than in the past, thus exploiting their full
potential.

D. 0. RENNIE
for Chairman,
Cocoa Rehabilitation Board.











3.0 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JiUIY' 8, 1.9 72-No. 44)


GRENADA
IN THE HIGH COURT, OF, JUSTICE

1970 No. 248


BeWye~
CANADIN MMERL.CE
OF COMMERCE


Plaintiff


And
MORGAN THOMAS
LIQNwL. SYExNaY. (alo. called,,.
WELLS DEGALE) and
GEO. F. HUGGINS & CO. (G/ DA) LTD.
Deifndants
BY, ORDE4, made the 15th day of, December,
1971 there Till be offered- for sate" at this
office on Friday the 14th day of July,19~2 at 12.00
noon ALL THAT lot of land originally portion
of Hermitage Estate in St. Patrick's, Grenada,
containing Two A6ies One Rood and Thirty-
seven 'Poles, the property of, Morgan, Thomas
as described in plan annexed to indenture
recorded in the. Deeds and Land. Registry in
Liber H: 11 at page 806.
The sale is subject to the usual. conditions of
sale, a copy of "which. may be seen. at this office
;andtod the -RESERVE PRICE of $1,822.50.


Register's Office,
Grenada.
9th June, 1972.


E, C. WILKINSON
Chlef Registrar.


GRPENADA
IN' THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(Cil41.
1968 Suit. No. 128,
Between
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK


OF CQOMM. CE
And
BENSON DOUGLAS and
CLOTILDA. DOUGLAS (otherwise
known,as CLAUDIA ODESSA
DOUGLAS)


Pliintiff


Defendants


BY ORDER made the 31st:day of March, 1971
there will be offered for sale at this office on
Friday the 14th day of July, 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 Alexander and Su-Su Cox on the
West by lands of Simon Estate and on the East
by lands.of the Government of Grenada.
The sale is subject to ihe, usual conditions of
sale, a copy of which may be seen at ihis office
and to the RESERVE PRICE of $7,317.95.
E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
Grenada.
9th June, 1972.


GRENADA COOPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION

Effective as from 22nd June, 1972

Advance rates payable for deliveries of Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:-


GRADE


Green Nutmegs

Dried Nutmegs

Grinders (Cracked)

No. 1. Mace.

No. 2. Mace

Mace Pickirgs


ADVANCES.


16c. per lb.


24c.

12c.

80c.

40c..

12c.


" "


"t "
9 "


Fixed, by t, N, Bqard 21st June, 1972.
In accordance with Section 58.of the Nutmeg Industry Ordiance.


ROBERT. S.


RENWICK
Secretary.


OREl lDA

PRINT N BY THE GOVOINMENT PRINTER AT.THE. .GOV B .B NT ,FRPflG, O FICB,
ST. GEORGE'S,
1972.




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