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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: October 7, 1972
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GRENADA


Government


Gazette


VOL. 90.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7,1972 [No. 64


GOVERNMENT NOTICE


RESIGNATION
No. 152.
MISS JANICE BERNARD, Class II Clerk, Office
of the Public Service Commission, has
resigned from the Service with effect from
4th October, 1972.
Office of the Publio Service Commission,
St. George's.
2nd October, 1972.
P.F. 2852.

NOTICE

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan
New Zealand Award-1973

A PPLICATIONS are invited for Common-
wealth Scholarships tenable in New Zealand
from September, 1973.
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




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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, 1973.
Further information may be obtained from the
Chief Education Officer, Ministry of Education,
Culture and Social Affairs.
Applicants should supply the following infor-
mation:-
1. Age
2. Schools attended
3. Qualifications
4. Occupation
5. Field of Study.
Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Education Officer and must reach him not later
than 31st October, 1972.
Ministry of Education, Culture and
Social Affairs,
St. George's,
Grenada.
19th September, 1972.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 7, 1972-(No. 64)


NOTICE

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan
Trinidad and Tobago Post-graduate Scholarship
in Tropical Agriculture-1973


UNDER the Commonwealth Scholarship/Fel-
lowship Plan, the Government of Trinidad
and Tobago is making available one (1) award
for post-graduate studies/research in Tropical
Agriculture leading to a post-graduate degree or
diploma, where appropriate, and tenable at the
University of the West Indies, St. Augustine,
Trinidad, effective from the academic year com-
mencing October, 1973.
The area of study will be limited to the research
and teaching facilities available at the University
of the West Indies, St. Augustine.
This award is tenable for two (2) academic
years in the first instance (unless the course of
study is for a shorter period), with a possibility
of its being extended for a third year, in the
absolute discretion of the Government of Trinidad
and Tobago, if the candidate's work attains such
a standard that he is recommended by the
University Authorities to study for the Ph.D.
Degree.


(2) Six copies of a statement of not more than
two hundred (200) words outlining the
applicant's proposed plan of study and/
or research in Trinidad and Tobago.
(3) Confidential comments from three Referees.
Application forms are available at the appro-
priate Commonwealth Scholarship Agencies and
at the offices of the Government of Trinidad and
Tobago, in the United Kingdom, Canada,
Jamaica, Guyana and India.

VALUE OF AWARD (Allowances etc.)
The following expenses will be met by the
Government of Trinidad and Tobago:-
(i) Passage from the nominating country to
Trinidad and back for the scholar as
arranged by the Government of Trinidad
and Tobago;
(ii) Tuition and examination fees:
(iii) Any other compulsory University fees
(excluding board and residence fees but
including refundable deposits such as
Caution Money, which will be paid by
and refunded to the Government of
Trinidad and Tobago);
(iv) Cost of approved travelling connected with
the course of study in Trinidad and
Tobag to a maximum of TT $20 nper


ELIGIBILITY annum (This is not intended to cover
Applicants must be Commonwealth citizens or travelling from the normal place of resi-
British protected persons normally resident in dence to the University);
the nominating country. Applicants must already (v) Book allowance of TT $240 per annum;
have a first degree or equivalent qualification in (vi) A personal maintenance allowance of
Agriculture from a recognized institution of study (v) A personal mainth to enhance allowance of
at the time of application. As a general rule, lodgingTT $300 per month to cover board and
applicants should not be more than thirty-five (vii) Reasonable hotel charges fo a period of
(35) years of age on 1st October, 1973. Preference (v) Reasonable hotel charges fo a period of
may be given to candidates between twenty-two one (1) week after arrival in Trinidad
(22) and twenty-eight (28) years of age. A (hotel accommodation to be arranged by
detailed statement from the University or institu- the Government of Trinidad and Tobago)
tion of higher learning from which the applicant to permit the scholar to find accommoda-
graduated must accompany each application;
form. This statement must show the subjects If the scholar is accompanied by his wife and/
studied in each year of study and the results or children:-
obtained in each subject. The grades achieved (viii) A wife allowance of TT $1,440 per
must be indicated, if possible. annum nrovided that she is nnt mrnlnpd-


and


A1"1IlA i ul' IlA nnbrf^Tr


PArrLtL%^Al.n!X .,IN
Applications must be made through the Co- (ix) Allowances of TT $360 per annum for the
Applications must be made through the Coin- first child and TT $288 per annum each
monwealth Scholarship Agency of the country for the second and the third child. Allow-
making its nomination. Applications must being ances are not paid for more than three (3)
sextuplicate on the prescribed form and nomina- children.
tions must reach the Government of Trinidad
and Tobago by 31st December, 1972. N.B. The above allowances are not subject to
Originals of Birth and Educational Certificates tax in Trinidad and Tobago.
need not be submitted provided that they have GENERAL CONDITIONS OF AWARD
been seen by the nominating authority and parti- GENERAL CONDITIONS OF AWARD
culars stated in the application are certified by The scholar must return to his own country at
the agency as corrected. the end of the scholarship and in this connection
The following documents must accompany is required to give a written undertaking to do so
each application: when submitting his/her application.
(1) Six certified copies of applicant's Univer- The scholar must follow the approved course
sity/College record (including degree certi- of study and abide by the rules of the University
ficates) the subject studied and, as far as of the West Indies.
possible, the grades attained during each An award may be terminated at any time for
year of study. reasons of unsatisfactory conduct, for a breach of


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the conditions of award or for failure to make
satisfactory progress.
The scholar will not normally be permitted to
take up paid employment during the tenure of
his/her award.
Candidates for the scholarship must have a
good knowledge of written and spoken English.
The successful candidate will be required to
submit a Medical Certificate as to general, physi-
cal and mental fitness before the award can be
confirmed.

GENERAL INFORMATION
All correspondence concerning the financial
and other administrative arrangements in con-
nection with this award should be addressed to:-

The Chief Personnel Officer,
Training Division,
Personnel Department,
13-15 St. Clair Avenue,
Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, W.I.

HILTON H. CUPID
Chief Personnel Officer.


NOTICE

University of Cambridge Local Examinations
Syndicate, General Certificate of Education,
Summer 1973, Grenada, W.I.

T HE Examinations are scheduled to take place
during the period Monday, 4th June, to
Friday, 29th June, 1973, except in respect of the
following, which will be held before 4th June,
and for which the dates and times will be notified
in due course:-
Music Aural Tests;
Oral Tests in Modem Languages;
Practical Test in Cookery;
Practical Tests in Metalwork and Wood-
work.

Examination Fees must be paid into the
Treasury on or before Saturday, 30th December,
1972, to wit: -
ENTRANCE FEES: $


Cambridge
Local


9.60
5.00 $14.60


(plus)
SUBJECT FEES:'
A-Level, per subject
O-Level, per subject


9.60
4.32


The completed Form of Entry must in every
case be accompanied by the Treasury Receipt or
Receipts as evidence of payment of the requisite
fees.

Entries for Cookery, Needlework and Dress-
making, Music, and Science subjects cannot be


accepted unless satisfactory arrangements are
made beforehand for Practical Tests.

A fee of $2 is payable by each candidate for
each Oral Test direct to the Oral Examiner.

A new system of Entry documentation has
been introduced for the G.C.E. Examinations in
June 1973. A single Entry Form for Schools
candidates (Form E.C. 1), printed as a two part
carbonised set, will replace the former red and
green G.C.E. school Entry Forms, each candi-
date using one index number for entries at A, AO,
and 0 levels, the index number being shown once
instead of twice as at present. A Private Candi-
date's form (Form E.C. 2) will replace the former
entry form for Private Candidates.

All papers will be set in Metric Units for
Woodwork, Metalwork, Geometrical and Mech.
Drawing, and Surveying.

Private Candidates, who are taking the _G.C.E.
Examinations for the first time, must satisfy the
Local Secretary that they are eligible to sit, by
producing,. evidence that they have passed the
Qualifying Test, as determined by the Chief
Education Officer.


NOTICE

GRENADA:

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(ADMIRALTY)

1971 Suit No. 195 (Original).
Between

GRENADA YACHT SERVICES LIMITED Plaintiff

v.
THE OWNERS OF AND OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE YACHT


"WITCH OF ENDOR"


Defendants


PURSUANT to an Order of Appraisement and
Sale dated the 25th day of July, 1972, made
herein there will be offered for sale at this Office
on Friday the 13th October, 1972 at 12 o'clock
noon all That sail and auxiliary Motor Ship
"WITCH OF ENDOR" now lying alongside the
dock of the Grenada Yacht Services Limited at
Ballast Ground in the parish of Saint George in the
State of Grenada being the said yacht referred to
in these proceedings together with her tackle
apparel furniture and all other her effects.

The sale is subject to the RESERVE PRICE
of $8,000.00 (Eastern Caribbean Currency).

Dated this 18th day of September, 1972.

E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 7, 1972-(No. 64)


NOTICE

GRENADA:

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(ADMIRALTY)
1971 Suit No. 401 (Original).
Between
GRENADA YACHT SERVICES LIMITED Plaintiff
V.
THE OWNERS OF AND OTHER PERSONS


INTERESTED IN THE YACHT "KIM"


Defendants


PPURSUANT to an Order of Appraisement and
Sale dated the 25th day of July, 1972, made
herein there will be offered for sale at this Office
on Friday, the 13th October, 1972 at 12 o'clock
noon all That sail and auxiliary Motor Ship
"KIM" now lying alongside the dock of the
Grenada Yacht Services Limited at Ballast
Ground in the parish of Saint George in the
State of Grenada being the said yacht referred to
in these proceedings together with her tackle
apparel furniture and all other her effects.
The sale is subject to the RESERVE PRICE
of $11,688.00 (Eastern Caribbean Currency).

Dated this 18th day of September, 1972.
E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar.


POST OFFICE NOTICE
Carriacou Mail and Passenger Service

THE Auxiliary Vessel "UNITED VENTURE"
will substitute for the Contract Vessel
"MIRIAM B" in the Mail and Passenger Service
between GRENADA and CARRIACOU com-
mencing Thursday the 21st September, 1972, and
until further notice.

T. C. PAYNE
Acting Postmaster General.

General Post Office,
St. George's.
25th September, 1971.


NOTICE

GRENADA COCOA ASSOCIATION


E EFFECTIVE
producers
follows: -

Grade I
Grade II
Wet Cocoa


1st October 1972 the advances to
for deliveries of cocoa will be as

... 36 cents per lb.
... 35 cents per lb.
... 12 cents per lb.


ROBERT B. CONSTANTINE
Acting Secretary.


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCES ORDINANCE CAP. 167

NiOTICE is hereby given that the Quarterly Licensing Session for the Southern District, for the
Shearing of Applications for the granting of Certificates under the above Ordinance, will be
held at the Magistrate's Court House, St. George's on Friday the 13th October, 1972 at 9.00 in the
forenoon.
Particulars of Applications for New Certificates


Name Occupation Residence Descr of rem
NmSought to be Licenced

1. Eric La Qua Funeral River Rd., St. George's.! Concrete Building
Director
2. Constance Lewis Housewife Cherry Hill, St. George's Wall Building.


C. BUXO
Clerk Magistrate's Office, Southern District.


Court House,
St. George's.
29th September, 1972.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 7, 1972-(No. 64) 417

NOTICE

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES BY-ELECTION
27th September, 1972

P URSUANT to Section 55 (5) of the House of Representatives (Elections) Ordinance (Cap. 160),
the Supervisor of Elections wishes to inform the public that the undermentioned candidate of
the G.U.L.P. in the By-election held on the 27th September, 1972, was elected a member of the
House of Representatives for the Constituency of Saint Andrew North-East.
Constituency Person Elected

SAINT ANDREW NORTH-EAST NEDD, WAPLE, of Pearls, St. Andrew's,
Social Worker.

ERNEST W. JOHN
Supervisor of Elections.
Electoral Office,
Scott Street,
St. George's.








NOTICE

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES BY-ELECTION
27th September, 1972

Constituency of Saint Andrew North-East

Returning Officer: Mr. Claude W. Morrison, J.P.
Election Clerk: Mrs. Agnita Alexis
Votes Received by
Candidates:-

Polling Polling No. of
Division Station Electors W. Nedd P. Toussaint

No. 1 Shine Scott Pre-Primary School 396 189 17
No. 2 Moyah Society Hall 448 237 51
No. 3 Belair Government School 392 218 41
No. 4 Tivoli R. C. School 384 222 31
No. 5 Mrs. Francois House 254 162 19
No. 6 St. John Society Hall 498 192 13
No. 7 Paraclete Visiting Station 199 107 14
Total:-2,571 1,327 186


ERNEST W. JOHN
Supervisor of Elections.
Electoral Office,
Scott Street,
St. George's.










418 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 7, 1972-(No. 64)

GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION EXAMINATIONS, SUMMER 1972, OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS SYNDICATE

O-LevAl RESULTS

CENTRE NO. 4400, SEAMOON, ST. ANDREW'S




(See Gov't. Gazette, No. 61, of September 23, 1972).




St. Andrew's Anglican Secondary School.

Three Passes : Gertrude J. McMillan; Imogen P. Redhead.

Two ,, : Annette P. M. Alexander; Veronica C. Alexander; Altrice Alexis;
Lynthia M. Bain; Hermione E. Bell; Estelle D. Garrette; Corinne
Neckles; Martha G. Richards; Montgomery Alexandes; Caryl I. A.
Johnson; Norbert Paterson; P. Ragoobar; Selwyn Noel; W. S. Rennie;
Ethlyn H. Sampson; Sonia I. Shears; F. Calder; Yolande A. M.
Sawney; Leo Roberts with Distinction in History; Marlyn Henry with
Distinction in History.

One Pass Jean Bartholomew; Naomi H. Lewis; Glenda C. McGuire; Paula H.
McIntosh; Edric Ambrose; Benson H. Charles; E. M. Clement; B. F.
Gordon; Alfred W. John; K. W. Sayers; D. R. Trotman; R. Courtney;
A. Mereigh; C. P. Taylor; C. B. Thomas; J. A. Viechweg; E. T.
Edwards; V. Guillaume; R. D. Lycorish; D. McEwen; Eileen U. St.
Cyr; G. A. Abraham; R. R. Abraham; V. C. Charles; V. A. Charles;
R. R. Gordon; H. C. Henry; E. F. Hutchinson; Albert Matthew;
Margery Aberdeen; E. J. Corion; Glenna P. Francis; Florence T.
Hutchinson; Bernadette Thomas; Ruth Glynn; R. Donald with Dis-
tinction in History; Roselyn Japal with Distinction in History; Earl
Coombs with Distinction in English Language.

St. Joseph's Convent.

Seven Passes : Bernadette Graham with Distinctions in History and Chemistry.

Five ,, : Louise M. Evans.

Four ,, : Brenda M. Bhola; Edlyn Graham; Patricia A. Grimes; J. J. Henry;
Valerie B. Gordon with Distinction in Health Science.

Three ,, : Lorna E. Archibald; Josephine N. Gittens; Pauline M. John; Cecilia
Reece; Carol S. Williams.

Two ,, : Mary M. Daly; Patricia R. Felix; Mary Noel; Yolande Noel; Tessa
Rush; Mirline A. Vincent; Maureen Wilson.

One Pass Claire I. Antoine; Laurel A. Archibald; Ava A. Ashby; Hester J.
Peterkin; Veronica Roberts; Diana G. Robertson; Monica Rodney;
Lorin Tobias.

Private Candidates.

Two Passes : Auldeen Charles; Agnes I. Felix; Earla S. Humphrey; Anita M. Pierre;
Bennett C. Primus; Olive R. Roberts; Celene B. Thomas; Dudley M.
Andrews.

One Pass Devon J. Alexis; Bertrand Antoine; Theresa C. Baptiste; Valerie Calliste;
C. L. Carriman; Clifford Carter; C. A. Charles; Yvonne A. Charles;
Rosey T. Darius; A. Felix; J. T. Francis; Joslyn M. Gittens; Maria










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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 7, 1972-(No. 64)


Harford; Rita C. Henry; Aug. Henry; C. J. Horsford; Carl Humphrey;
K. S. Japal; J. Joseph; G. C. Joseph; J. T. King; B. McDonald; D. T.
McGuire; D. M. Noel; Yolande Pierre; Yolande T. Pierre; V. Ragoobar;
K. M. Rennie; Patricia Scoon; E. M. Vincent; David Williams; John
Isaac; Peter C. Joseph; Valerie A. Rush; D. A. A. Otway; Raymond
Abraham; Victor Antoine; Yvonne Ashby; Marcia H. Baptiste; Theresa
Duncan; Whitfield A. Felix; Elias Jones; Shirley Joseph; Loftus J.
McMillan; Bernadette McMillan; Elwyn McQuilkin; Cuthbert D. Noel.



SUMMARY OF PASSES


3 4 5 6


Total Total
Passes Entries


St. Andrew's Anglican Sec. School

St. Joseph's Convent ..


Private Candidates ..


.. 2 3 13 7 8 51 84 319

S- 3 13 6 16 31 69 152

- 7 4 9 43 63 331

2 6 33 17 33 125 216 802


GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION
Effective as from 28th September, 1972

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


GRADE ADVANCES


Green Nutmegs ... 16c. per lb.

Dried Nutmegs ... 24c. "

Grinders (Cracked) ... 12c. "

No. 1. Mace ... 80c. "

No. 2. Mace ... 40c. "

Mace Pickings ... 12c. "


Fixed by the Nutmeg Board 27th September, 1 972.
In accordance with Section 58 of the Nutmeg Industry Ordiance.

ROBERT S. RENWICK
Secretary.


Grades
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 7, 1972-(No. 64)


NOTICE

N accordance with the Customs Ordinance No. 35 of 1960.

Notice is hereby given that the goods listed hereunder, having remained constructively warehouse
in the Queen's Warehouse for over three months, and having not been entered and cleared, will be offered
for sale by Public Auction at the Library Transit Shed on Thursday, 2nd November, 1972.


The sale commences at 10.00 a.m.


Date
of
Receival


0
.!


Zi


Importing
Vessel and
Date of
Report


A. D. MITCHELL
Comptroller of Customs and Excise.


Packages


Marks
and
Numbers


United
Venture
1 24.11.71

Faithful Star
2 4.12.71


3 Faithful Star
4.12.71



Confident
4 26.11.71

Nomad
5 17.1.72

Topaz
6 2.3.72

Topaz
7 2.3.72


8 Topaz



Nomad
9 7.3.72

Sacred Dove
10 17.2.72

Do.

Nomad
11 21.3.72


Nomad
21.3.72

Nomad
21.3.72

Topaz

12 25.3.72


Addr.


R.N.



M.S.




H.W.


PETE

M.N.
3571

G.S.L.
821-823


KH 356


40 Rolls


5 ctns.



3 c/s

1 ctn.


10 ctns.


10 ctns.


1 case


1 case


I case


L.R. & Co.) 1 ctn.


F.C.D.




F.C.D.



F.C.D.


F.C.D.


Jetlee
RN 5329-
6329


7 ctns

4 ctns.


15 ctns.



15 pails


10 pails


2 c/s


Polythene Bags


Plastic Flowers



Nylon and Cotton

Toys


Bomber Soap





Jersey Cloth

Rubber Sole
Shoes


Electric
Sign Board



Merchandise


Margarine

Lard


Bomber Soap



Margarine


Lard



Rubber Footwear


Geo. E. D. Clyne


Order of Shippers



Do.

Do.

Henry
Winsborrow


Central Sales


Order


Order




Lartigue Richards
& Co.
(Note Antigua)


F. C. DaBreo

Do.


Do.



F. C. DaBreo


Do.


Imperial Bank
of Commerce


No. and
Kind


Contents


Consignees


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 7, 1972-(No. 64)


Packages
Dat -2 Importing
Date 60 6 Vessel and Marks
of + -o Z 3 Date of and No. and Contents Consignees
Receival g g Report Numbers Kind


Topaz
13 25.3.72 WB MS 2 c/s Ladies Bras Melville Store

Topaz B.P.
10295 Flashlight and Bristow's
14 25.3.72 10316 1 c/s Bulbs Pharmacy

Topaz
15 25.3.72 CB 740 1 c/s Ladies Bras Bank of
Commerce
16 Unknown W.E.J. 2 ctns. P.V.C. Fittings Unknown


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


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