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GRENADA


Government Gazette

ihIlished bn Authnriti

VOL. 90.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1972 [No. 66

GRENADA:
To the Honourable ARMAND JOSEPH WILLIAMS,
Attorney General.
WHEREAS the Honourable ERIC MATTHEW GAIRY, Premier of Grenada, is absent from
Grenada.
Now, THEREFORE, by virtue of the power and authority in me vested under the provisions
of section 61 (1) of the Constitution of Grenada and acting in accordance with the advice of the
Honourable Premier, I hereby authorise you the said ARMAND JOSEPH WILLIAMS as from
Sunday the 15th day of October, 1972, to perform the functions conferred by the said Constitution
on the said ERIC MATTHEW GAIRY (other than the functions conferred by section 61 of the
said Constitution), until the HQnourable ERIC MATTHEW GAIRY returns to Grenada or until
your authority for so doing is sooner revoked by me acting as aforesaid.
GIVEN under my hand at Government House in Grenada this 18th day of October,
One thousand nine hundred and seventy-two.
HILDA BYNOE
Governor.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES No. 158.
ACTING APPOINTMENTS (ONSEQUENT on the appointment of MR.
No. 157. J J. N. BAIN, Accountant General to act as
Comptroller of Inland Revenue the Public Service
THE Public Service Commission has appointed Commission has appointed MR. A. A. LEWIS,
MR. J. N. BAIN, Accountant General, to act Assistant Accountant General to act as Accoun-
as Comptroller of Inland Revenue, Inland tant General vice MR. BAIN with effect from 1st
Revenue Division of the Ministry of Finance, October, 1972 and until further notice.
Trade and Industry with effect from 1st October,
1972 and until further notice.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Office of the Public Service Commission, St. George's.
St. George's. 16th October, 1972.
16th October, 1972.
P.F. 541. P.F. 477.

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432 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER, 21, 1972-(No. 66)


No. 159.
SONSEQUENT upon the grant of vacation
leave to MR. JOHN DABREO, Permanent
Secretary, Ministry of Health, Housing and
Labour, Her Excellency the Governor, cn the
advice of the Public Service Commission, has
appointed MR. W. E. E. THOMAS, Senior Assis-
tant Secretary, to act as Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Health, Housing and Labour, with
effect from 25th August, 1972 and until further
notice.

Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
13th October, 1972.
P.F. 209.

No. 160.
THE following document is circulated with and
forms part of this Gazette: -
S.R. & 0. No. 13 of 1972:-The Post Office
(Amendment) Regulations, 1972.

21st October, 1972.


POST OFFICE NOTICE

Special Issue of Stamps to Commemorate Her
Majesty the Queen's 25th Wedding Anniversary

|IHE public is hereby notified that a Special
I Issue of Stamps to Commemorate the 25th
Wedding Anniversary of Her Majesty the Queen
and His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh
will be released at the General Post Office, St.
George's, on Monday, 20th November, 1972.

Denominations are: 8t and $1.00 First Day
Covers at $1.33 each will also be available.

A photostat of the stamps can be seen at the
General Post Office.
T. C. PAYNE
Acting Postmaster General.

General Post Office,
St. George's.
4th October, 1972.

NOTICE

GRENADA COCOA ASSOCIATION

E FFECTIVE 1st October 1972 the advances to
producers for deliveries of cocoa will be as
follows:-
Grade I ... 36 cents per lb.


Grade II
Wet Cocoa


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


ROBERT B. CONSTANTINE
Acting Secretary.


NOTICE

Commonwealth Caribbean Regional Secretariat
Vacancy for Nursing Officer

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
Qualified persons for the post of Nursing
Officer in the Commonwealth Caribbean Regional
Secretariat.
The duties of the post include:-
(i) performing the functions of Secretary to the
Regional Nursing Body;
(ii) studying existing problems and needs of the
Region in the field of nursing and
formulating regional projects;
(iii) collaborating with other nursing organisa-
tions, national and international.
Qualifications:
Applicants should preferably be from the
Caribbean Area with experience of work within
the region and must be registered nurses qualified
to practice in their own territories, with academic
qualifications and broad experience in nursing
education and administration.
Salary and Allowances:
The salary scale attached to the post is
EC $9,600 x $360-$11,040 per annum with a
house allowance of EC $3,000 per annum.
General Information and Conditions:
Staff members recruited from outside Guyana
will be paid:-
(i) settlement grants at the following rates:-
Staff Member EC $480.00
Wife ... 400.00
Each eligible child
over 12 years 200.00 up to three
Each eligible child children
5-12 years ... 100.00
Each approved elgi-
ble dependent 200.00 -up to two
dependents
(ii) economy air passages to Guyana for them-
selves and families as at (i) and ocean
freight f6r their personal and household
effects up to twenty tons ship's measure-
ment and a motor car;
Membership of the Secretariat's pension scheme
is compulsory for all eligible employees.
Staff members are not required to pay income
tax to the Government of Guyana.
Submission of Applications:
Applications should in each case be accom-
panied by a curriculum vitae and should state the
names of two references and the earliest date on
which the applicant would be able to assume
duties.
They should be sent direct to the Secretary-
General, Commonwealth Caribbean Regional
Secretariat, Third Floor, Bank of Guyana
Building, Georgetown, Guyana, to reach him
not later than 17th November, 1972.
It is suggested that persons employed in the
public sector should copy their application to
their Government.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER, 21, 1972-(No. 66) 433


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.

ELIGIBILITY
Applicants must be Commonwealth citizens or
British protected persons normally resident in
the nominating country. Applicants must already
have a first degree or equivalent qualification in
Agriculture from a recognized institution of study
at the time of application. As a general rule,
applicants should not be more than thirty-five
(35) years of age on 1st October, 1973. Preference
may be given to candidates between twenty-two
(22) and twenty-eight (28) years of age. A
detailed statement from the University or institu-
tion of higher learning from which the applicant
graduated must accompany each application
form. This statement must show the subjects
studied in each year of study and the results
obtained in each subject. The grades achieved
must be indicated, if possible.

APPLICATION
Applications must be made through the Com-
monwealth Scholarship Agency of the country
making its nomination. Applications must be in
sextuplicate on the prescribed form and nomina-
tions must reach the Government of Trinidad
and Tobago by 31st December, 1972.
Originals of Birth and Educational Certificates
need not be submitted provided that they have
been seen by the nominating authority and parti-
culars stated in the application are certified by
the agency as corrected.
The following documents must accompany
each application:
(1) Six certified copies of applicant's Univer-
sity/College record (including degree certi-
ficates) the subject studied and, as far as


possible, the grades attained during each
year of study.
(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 $200 per
annum (This is not intended to cover
travelling from the normal place of resi-
dence to the University);
(v) Book allowance of TT $240 per annum;
(vi) A personal maintenance allowance of
TT $300 per month to cover board and
lodging, daily travel and personal expenses;
(vii) Reasonable hotel charges fo a period of
one (1) week after arrival in Trinidad
(hotel accommodation to be arranged by
the Government of Trinidad and Tobago)
to permit the scholar to find accommoda-
tion.
If the scholar is accompanied by his wife and/
or children:-
(viii) A wife allowance of TT $1,440 per
annum, provided that she is not employed;
and
(ix) Allowances of TT $360 per annum for the
first child and TT $288 per annum each
for the second and the third child. Allow-
ances are not paid for more than three (3)
children.
N.B. The above allowances are not subject to
tax in Trinidad and Tobago.

GENERAL CONDITIONS OF AWARD
The scholar must return to his own country at
the end of the scholarship and in this connection
is required to give a written undertaking to do so
when submitting his/her application.
The scholar must follow the approved course
of study and abide by the rules of the University
of the West Indies.












434 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER, 21, 1972-(No. 66)


An award may be terminated at any time for
reasons of unsatisfactory conduct, for a breach of
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

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan
Australian Awards-1974

A PPLICATIONS are invited for Common-
wealth Scholarships tenable in Australia
from March, 1974.
Most of these awards are for postgraduate
study. A few awards are also available at under-
graduate level if the programme of studies the
applicant wishes to follow is not available in his
country. Scholarships will not be awarded to
candidates who already hold a Ph.D. degree, nor
will they be given for medical or dental degrees,
or for clinical training.
The scholarships are onen to men and women
who will not have reached their thirty-fifth birth-
day by 1st March, 1974.
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. School attended
3. Qualification
4. Occupation
5. Field of Study.
Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Edu nation Officer and. must reach him not later
than 30th November, 1972.

Ministry of Eduxi.on, Cu.lture and
Social Affairs,
St. George's.
15th October, 1972.


NOTICE

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan
Republic of Sri Lanka (Ceylon) Awards-1973


APPLICATIONS are invited for Common-
wealth Scholarships tenable in Sri Lanka
(Ceylon) from September, 1973.
Most of these awards are for postgraduate
study. A few awards are also available at under-
graduate level if the programme of studies the
applicant wishes to follow is not available in his
country. Scholarships will not be awarded to
candidates who already hold a Ph.D. degree,
nor will they be given for medical or dental
degrees, or for clinical training.
The scholarships are open to men and women
who will not have reached their thirty-fifth birth-
day 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 30th November, 1972.

Ministry of Education, Culture and
Social Affairs,
St. George's,
Grenada, W.I.
17th October, 1972.


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
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.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER, 21, 1972-(No. 66)


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.


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 Modern Languages;
Practical Test in Cookery;
Practical Tests in Metalwork and Wood-
work.


Examination Fees
Treasury on or before
1972, to wit:-
ENTRANCE FEES:
Cambridge
Local


must be paid into the
Saturday, 30th December,

$
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.



GRENADA

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE

(Civil)

Suit No. 242 of 1969.

Between:

THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Plaintiff'

And


r"pETER ALEXANDEKR Veenaant
SY ORDER made the 12th day of January, 1972
there will be offered for sale at this office
on Friday the 10th day of November, 1972 at
12 o'clock in the forenoon.

ALL THAT lot, piece or parcel of land
together with the buildings thereon situate at
Birchgrove 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 $9,185.40.

E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar.


Registrar's Office,
Grenada.


435


WI .... A .........












436 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER, 21, 1972-(No. 66)


NOTICE
In the Matter of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
(Cap. 153)
(FIRST PUBLICATION)

IT 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 a lot of land mentioned and
described in the Schedule hereto:--
SCHEDULE
All that lot, piece or parcel of land containing
by admeasurement 2 acres more or less situate at
Pomme Rose in the parish of St. David believed
to be owned by or under the control of Messrs.
Charles Bleasdille and Denis Whiteman. The said
lot of land is bounded on the north by lands of
the St. Joseph (Pomme Rose) R.C. School; on the
south by other lands of Charles Bleasdille and
Denis Whiteman and on the east and west by the
public road.
Dated this 20th day of October, 1972.
PAUL SCOQN
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 containing by admeasure-
rnent 2 arcres more or less situate at


Pofime Rose in the parish of St. David and
believed to be owned by or under the
control .of Messrs. Charles Bleasdille and
Denis Whiteman is to be acquired for a
public purpose.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND

(FIRST PUBLICATION)

WIHElEAS it is providedd inter alia by Section 3
of the Land Acquisition Ordinance (Cap. 153) of
the Revised Laws of Grenada that if the
Governor 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:

Now, THEREFORE, it is considered by the
Governor acting as aforesaid that the lot of land
mentioned and described in the Schedule hereto
should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit,
for the construction of a school.

SCHEDULE

All that lot, piece or parcel of land containing
by admeasurement 2 acres more or less situate at
Pomme Rose in the parish of St. David believed
to be owned by or under the control of Messrs,
Charles Bleasdille and Denis Whiteman. The said
lot of land is bounded on the north by lands of
the St. Joseph (Pomme Rose) R.C. School; on the
south by other lands of Charles Bleasdille and
Denis Whiteman and on the east and west by the
public road.

Dated this 20th day of October, 1972.

PAUL SCOON
Secretary to the Cabinet.


POST OFFICE
Post early for Christmas

THE latest times of closing mails to ensure delivery to destination before Christmas Day are as
follows.


BY SURFA


DESTINATION


Letters & Prints


CE MAIL BY AIR MAIL

Parcels Letters, Prints/1 'arcel


Great Britain
United States of America
Canada
Guyana
West Indies-Associated States
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
Europe, Asia, Africa & Australia
Barbados


November 14th
November 3rd
November 3rd
I)ecember 8th
December Ist
November 17th
December 8th
October 16th
December 8th


November 14th
November 3rd
November 3rd
December 8th
December ] t
November 17th
December 8th
October 16th
December 8th


December 12th
December 15th
December 15th
December 15th
December 15th
December 15th
December 16th
December 9th
December 16th


If suitable opportunities offer, supplementary Christmas Mails will be despatched.
T. C. PAYNE
Postmaster General
General Post Office
Grenada,
11th October, 1972.












GdtVENMlENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER, 21, I 1- 4 (. 6a


4A


NOTICE

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

Notice is hereby given that the goods listed hereunder, having remained constructively warehouse
iii 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.


A. D. MITCHELL
Comptroller of Customs and Excise.


Packages
0Im Importing -
Date zr Vessel and 'Marks
of i Z pate of and No. and Contents Consignees
Receival Report Numbers Kind


United
Venture
24.11.71

Faithful Star
4.12.71

Faithful Star
4.12.71


Confident
26.11.71

Nomad
17.1.72

Topaz
2.3.72

Topaz
2.3.72

Topaz


Nomad
7.3.72

Sacred Dove
17.2.72

Do.

Nomad
21.3.72

Nomad
21.3.72

Nomad
21.3.72

Topaz

25.3.72


40 Rolls

5 ctis.


3 c/s

1 ctn.

10 ctns.

10 ctns.

1 case

1 case

1 case



1 ctn.

I ctiis

4 ctns.

15 ctns.


15 pails

10 pails


Addr.

R.N.


M.S.



H.W.

PETE

M.N.
3571

G.S.L.
821-823

KH356



L.R. & Co.

F.C.D.



F.C.D.


F.C.D.

F.C.D.

Jetlee
RN 5329-
6329


Polythene Bags

Plastic Flowers


Nylon and Cotton

Toys

Bomber Soap




Jersey Cloth

Rubber Sole
Shoes

Electric
Sign Board


Merchandise

Margarine

Latd

Bomber Soap


Margarine

Lard


Rubber Footwear


Geo. E. D. Clyne

Order of Shipp6rs


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


2 c/s












438


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER, 21, 1972-(No. 66)


Packages
.2 Importing Pca
Date Vessel and Marks
of -- Z 3 Date of and No. and Contents Consignees
Receival 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 CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION

IN accordance with Sections 25 and 27 of the Nutmeg Industry Ordinance, NOTICE is given
that the biannual statutory General Meeting of the above Association will be held on Thursday,
30th November, 1972, at the C.S.A. Centre, St. George's, commencing at 9.00 a.m., and accord-
ingly Area Meetings will be held at the following dates and places for the purpose of discussing the
undermentioned Agenda and electing Delegates to attend the General Meeting.


AREA

St. Andrew's


St. Patrick's

St. David's

St. Mark's

St. John's

St. George's


DATE 1972

14th November


14th November

15th November

15th November

16th November

. 16th November


PLACE

G.C.N.A. Building, Jubilee Street,
Grenville

Anglican School, Sauteurs

St. David's R.C. School

Samaritan Church of Scotland School

Grand Roy Government School

Beaulieu R.C. School


Agenda for General Meeting of the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association to be held at the
C.S.A. Centre, St. George's, on Thursday, 30th November, 1972, commencing at 9.00 a.m.



1. Minutes of previous General Meeting.

2. Questions arising out .of the Minutes.

3. Report of the Nutmeg Board.

4. Financial Statement for the year ended 30th June, 1972.

5. General Business.

ROBERT S. RENWICK
Secretary..
St. George's, Grenada.
17th October, 1972.


TIME

4.30 p.m.


5.00 p.m.

5.00 p.m.

5.00 p.m.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER, 21, 1972-(No. 66)


GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION
Effective as from 12th October, 1972
Advance rates payable for deliveries of Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:-


GRAD 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 11th October, 1972.
In accordance with Section 58 of the Nutmeg Industry Ordiance.

ROBERT S. RENWICK


































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


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