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GRENADA



Government Gazette



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VOL. 90.1, SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1972 [No. 69


GRENADA:
To the Honourable HERBERT JOHN PREUDHOMME
Minister of Communications and Works.

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 pro-
visions of section 61 (1) of the Constitution of Grenada set out in Schedule 2 to the Grenada
Constitution Order 1967, and acting in accordance with the advice of the Honourable Premier, I
HEREBY AUTHORISE YOU the said HERBERT JOHN PREUDHOMME as from Tuesday the
31st 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 Constitu-
tion) until the Honourable 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 2nd day of November,
One thousand nine hundred and seventy-two.

HILDA BYNOE
Governor.











454 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 4, 1972-(No. 69)

GRENADA:
To: the Honourable ALBERT OSWALD FORSYTH, J.P.
Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Communications and Works.
BY virtue of the power and authority in me vested under the provisions of section 60 of the Con-
stitution of Grenada set out in Schedule 2 to the Grenada Constitution Order, 1967 and
acting in accordance with the advice of the Premier, I hereby authorise you the said ALBERT
OSWALD FORSYTH as from Tuesday the 31st day of October, 1972, to perform the functions
of the office of Minister for Communications and Works until the Honourable HERBERT J.
PREUDHOMME resumes or until your authority for so doing is sooner revoked by me acting as
aforesaid.
GIVEN under my hand at Governmznt House in Grenada this 2nd day of November,
One thousand nine hundred and seventy-two.
HILDA BYNOE
Governor.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES No. 168.


APPOINTMENTS
No. 165.
T HE undermentioned persons have been
appointed members of the reconstituted
Development Control Authority in accordance
with the provisions of the Land Development
(Control) Act, 1968 (No. 40 of 1968):-
The Cabinet Secretary-Chairman
The Chief Public Health Officer
The Chief Technical Officer (Works)
The Chief Technical Officer (Extension)
The Chief Technical Officer (Surveys)
The Head of the Planning Unit
MR. CURTIS STUART
MR. DON WILBUR
MRS. CYNTHIA MCINTYRE
MR. F. M. ST. PAUL-Housing Officer and
also Executive Secretary.
Premier's Office,
St. George's.
26th October, 1972.
T.P. 276/06.

No. 166.
THE Public Service Commission has appointed
MRS. STELLA MAYERS, Public Assistance
Officer to the post of Social Extension Officer
(South) St. George's in the Social and Community
Development Division of the Ministry of Educa-
tion, Culture and Social Affairs, with effect from
16th August, 1972.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
27th October, 1972.
P.F. 800.

ACTING APPOINTMENTS
No. 167.
HER Excellency the Governor on the. advice of
the Public Service Commission, has
appointed MR. E. F. CHERMAN, Permanent Secre-
tary, Port and Customs to act as Cabinet Secretary
for the period 9th to 14th October, 1972 during
the absence from the State of MR. PAUL SCOON,
Cabinet Secretary.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
25th October, 1972.
P.F. 205.


HER Excellency the Governor on the advice of
the Public Service Commission, has
appointed MR. L. F. WILSON, Jr., to act as
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Trade
and Industry for the period 9th to 14th October,
1972 during the absence of MR. L. F. WILSON,
Snr., from the State.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
25th October, 1972.
P.F. 921.

CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT
No. 169.
rp HE Public Service Commission has confirmed
1 the appointment of Miss INGRID NEDD as a
Class II Clerk in the General Clerical Service with
effect from 17th September, 1970.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
30th October, 1972.
P.F. 2625.

TRANSFER
No. 170.
T HE Public Service Commission has approved
T the transfer of MR. DAVID FLETCHER, Senior
Economist, Premier's Ministry, to the Ministry
of Finance, Trade and Industry with effect from
11th October, 1972, in a similar capacity.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
30th October, 1972.
P.F. 2142.

RESIGNATIONS OF OFFICES
No. 171.
-IRS. BRENDA PAYNE, Acting Class III Clerk,
i7L District Revenue Office, St. Andrew's, having
failed to resume duty after the expiry of her
vacation leave on 22nd August, 1972, has been
seemed by the Public Service Commission to
have resigned her office with effect from the said
date, in accordance with the provisions of Regula-
tion 41 (1) of the Public Service Commission
Regulation (S.R. & 0. No. 27 of 1969).
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
24th October, 1972.
P.F. 3062.










GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 4, 1972-(No. 69)


No. 172. ,tal
MISS CHRISTINE WHITEMAN, Acting Clerical
Officer, Labour Division of the Ministry of
Health, Housing and Labour having failed to
resume duty after the expiry of her vacation leave
on 24th September, 1972 has been deemed by the
Public Service Commission to have resigned her
office with effect from the said date, in accordance
with the provisions of Regulation 41 (1) of
the Public Service Commission Regulations
(S. R. & 0. No 27 of 1969).

Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
24th October, 1972.
P.F. 3044.



No. 173.
THE following Act which have been assented to
by Her Excellency the Governor is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-

No. 28 of 1972:-The Supplies (Control)
(Re-Enactment) Act, 1972.

Copies of this Act may be seen at the Premier's
Office, the Public Library, the Treasury, District
Revenue Offices and Police Stations.

4th November, 1972.


NOTICE


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA AWARDS


General Cultural Scholarship Scheme


APPLICATIONS are invited for scholarships
A tenable in Indian Universities and Research
Institutions under the General Cultural Scholar-
ship Scheme for 1973-74.

The scholarships are available in many fields of
study at both undergraduate and postgraduate
levels. Further information and application forms
may be obtained from the Chief Education
Officer, Ministry of Education, Culture and Social
Affairs.

Applications accompanied by the candidate's
plan of study, certified record of his/her school
or university course, photostat copies of certifi-
cates and diplomas, and two letters of reference
must reach the Chief Education Officer on or
before 13th November, 1972.

Ministry of Education, Culture and
Social Affairs,
St. George's.
26th October, 1972.


NOTICE

Commonwealth Caribbean Regional Secretariat
Vacancy for Nursing Officer

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
A 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
Staff Member EC
Wife
Each eligible child
over 12 years
Each eligible child
5-12 years ...
Each approved elgi-
ble dependent


the following rates:-
$480.00
400.00

200.00 1 up to three
children
100.00 J

200.00 -up to two
dependents


(ii) economy air passages to Guyana for them-
selves and families as at (i) and ocean
freight for 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.


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456 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 4, 1972-(No. 69)


NOTICE

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


U NDER 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 s
when submitting his/her application.
The scholar must follow the approved course
of study and abide by the rules of the Universit
of the West Indies.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 4, 1972-(No. 69)


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

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
work.


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


Wood-


must be paid into the
Saturday, 30th December,

$
9.60
5.00 $14.60


(plus)
SUBJECT FEES:
A-Level, per subject 9.60
O-Level, per subject 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

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

SECOND PUBLICATION
IT is hereby notified for general information that,
in pursuance of the power 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 1 Rood 15 Poles more or less
and being a portion of Good Hope Estate situate
at Petit Martinique in the dependency of Grenada
believed to be owned by or under the control of
the heirs of Francis Clement. The said lot of land
is bounded on one side by a public road and on
the other sides by lands said to be belonging to
the heirs of Francis Clement.
Dated this 23rd day of October, 1972.

PAUL SCOON
Secretary to the Cabinet.

NOTICE

In the Matter of the Laad Acquisition Ordinance,
(Cap. 153)
And
In the Matter of a Declaration by the Gov-
ernor that a lot of land containing by
admeasurement 1 Rood 15 Poles being a


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458 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 4, 1972-(No. 69)


portion of "Good Hope Estate at Petit
Martinique in the dependency of Grenada
and believed to be owned by or under the
control of the heirs of Francis Clement is
to be acquired for a public purpose.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND

(SECOND PUBLICATION)

WITHEREAS it is provided inter alia by Sec-
tion 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 Power Station.

SCHEDULE

All that lot, piece or parcel of land containing
by admeasurement 1 Rood 15 Poles more or less
and being a portion of Good Hope Estate situate
at Petit Martinique in the dependency of Grenada
believed to be owned by or under the control of
ithe heirs of Francis Clement. The said lot of land
is bounded on one side by a public road and on
the other sides by lands said to be belonging to
1he heirs of Francis Clement.

Dated this 23rd day of October, 1972.

PAUL SCOON
Secretary to the Cabinet.


NOTICE

Under the Cinematograph Ordinance No. 25 of
1963

T AKE notice that a session of The Licensing
Authority will be held at the office of the
Permanent Secretary (Finance) St. George's, on
Tuesday, 14th November, 1972, at 10.00 o'clock
in the forenoon for the purpose of hearing an
application for the grant of a Theatre Licence,
the particulars of which are as follows: -

Name of Applicant ... Coleridge Griffith
Occupation ... Cinema Manager
Address ... St. Paul's, St. George's
Situation of Cinema ... Marli, St. Patrick's.

Any owner or occupier of property situate
within a quarter of a mile of the premises in
respect of which this application is made, may
object to the grant of such Licence, and shall have
the right of appearing before the Licensing
Authority at the hearing personally or by Counsel
or Solicitor, and of adducing evidence in support
of his objection.


NOTICE


THE


MOTOR VEHICLES AND
TRAFFIC ORDINANCE


ROAD


Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the Half-year
Period, Ending 30th June, 1973

REGULATION 22 OF THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

O WNERS of Public Service Vehicles (including
Motor Omibuses and hiring Cars) Goods
Vehicles and Trailers and Private Cars, are hereby
notified that the half-yearly inspection of these
vehicles will commence as follows:-

St. George's Fire Station:
Wednesday 6th December, 1972.
Wednesday 13th December, 1972.
Wednesday 20th December, 1972.
Wednesday 27th December, 1972.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Grenville Police Station:
Thursday '7th December, 1972.
Thursday 14th December, 1972.
Thursday 21st December, 1972.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Sauteurs Police Station:
Friday 15th December, 1972.
Friday 22nd December, 1972.
Friday 29th December, 1972.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Victoria Police Station:
Tuesday 19th December, 1972.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Gouyave Police Station:
Tuesday 5th December, 1972.
Tuesday 12th December, 1972.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

St. David's Police Station:
Monday llth December, 1972.
Monday 18th December, 1972.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Carriacou Police Station:
Monday 8th January, 1973 to
Friday 12th January, 1973.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Owners of such vehicles are advised to pay
inspection fees from now onwards at their
respective District Revenue Offices, and then
approach the Inspector of the Motor Vehicles at
the Traffic Branch, Fire Station, in advance with
a view to affecting any alterations that may be
necessary to comply with the provisions of the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, and
of the Regulations made thereunder.


J. N. BAIN Vehicles must be presented in a thoroughly clean
for Licensing Authority. condition, and must have been recently over-












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 4, 1972-(No. 69.)


hauled. The body and wings, axle, chassis frame,
steering arms, springs, trackrods, brake connec-
tions, shackles, bolts, nuts, splitpins, engine,
engine shield and case, clutch, gearbox, magneto,
or coil, air filter, carburettor and all working
parts must be cleaned in order to admit a proper
examination. Dust covers, if used must be
removed before presentation in order to admit of
an examination being nade in full. All split
pins, etc., must be clearly exposed, also chassis
and engine numbers. Drivers' seats must be
securely fastened so that the dirver can have
proper control over the vehicle. Spotslights, musi-
cal horns and whistles are strictly prohibited.
Each vehicle must have its tare and maximum
gross weight painted in white figures not less
than 21 inches in height upon a black back
ground in a conspicuous place on the right or
off-side of the vehicles.
The Registered Identification marks on all
vehicles must conform to provisions of Regula-
tions 7, 8 and 9 and the second schedule to the
Regulations S.R. & 0. No. 151 and be in such
a condition as to render each letter or figure
readily distinguishable. The attention of owners
of motor omibuses and goods vehicles is specially
directed to Regulations 23 (11) (a) regarding the
position of front lamps. Spot lights will not be
allowed except with the written approval of the
Licensing Authority.
The attention of the owners of hiring cars and
motor omibuses is directed to Regulation 50 (2)


of the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Regula-
tions S.R. & 0. No. 151 of the Revised Laws .of
Grenada which require that printed copies of the
tariffs and maximum fares be displayed in such
vehicles. These are now available and may be
purchased at the Treasury, St. George's, and at
any District Revenue Office at 4 cents per copy.

Vehicles which have been found by the Inspec-
tor to have defects must not be used on the roads
until they have been issued a certificate, certifying
that the vehicles may be duly licensed.

M. L. BARROW
Commissioner of Police, Licensing Authority.


NOTICE

GRENADA COCOA ASSOCIATION


FFECTIVE 1st October 1972 the advances to
producers for deliveries of cocoa will be as
follows:-


Grade I
Grade II
Wet Cocoa


ROBERT B.


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


CONSTANTINE
Acting Secretary.


POST OFFICE

Post early for Christmas


THE latest times of closing mails to
follows.


ensure delivery to destination before


Christmas Day are as


BY SURFACE MAIL


BY AIR MAIL


DESTINATION


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


Letters & Prints

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


Parcels Letters, Prints/Parcel


November 14th
November 3rd
November 3rd
December 8th
December 1st
November 17th
December 8th
October 16th
December 8thi


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


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


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460 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 4, 1972-(No. 69)

GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION
Effective as from 26th October, 1972

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


GRA.DB 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 25th October, 1972.
In accordance with Section 58 of the Nutmeg Industry Ordiance.

ROBERT S. RENWICK
Secretary.

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 DATE 1972 PLACE TIME

St. Andrew's 14th November G.C.N.A. Building, Jubilee Street, 4.30 p.m.
Grenville
St. Patrick's 14th November Anglican School, Sauteurs 5.00 p.m.

St. David's 15th November St. David's R.C. School 5.00 p.m.

St. Mark's 15th November Samaritan Church of Scotland School 5.00 p.m.

St. John's 16th November Grand Roy Government School 5.00 p.m.

St. George's 16th November Beaulieu R.C. School 5.00 p.m.

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













25/10/72


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY
STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT 30TH SEPTEMBER, 1972


LIABILITIES


DEMAND LIABLITIES:

Notes in Circulation
Coin in Circulation
Money at call
Bankers' Deposits
International Organizations


ASSETS


EC $
... ... 63,365,512
5,861,246
556,724
12,420,000
143,740


EC $




82,347,222


EXTERNAL ASSETS :


EC $


a
a

g


I




I






a !



0


Bankers' Balances


GENERAL RESERVE
OTHER LIABILITIES


Government Local Debentures
7,202,072 Local Treasury Bills
2,853,540 Other Assets
EC $92,402,834


EC S


19,888,594
13,792,138
45,463,003
179,140
1,086,430 80,409,305

7,053,050
1,228,930
3,711,549
EC 92,402,834


[Proportioa of external assets to
demand liabilities 97.65%]


M. I. PHILLIPS
for Acting Managing Director.


Current Accounts and Money at call in
London ... ...
United Kingdom Treasury Bills
Other United Kingdom Government
Securities ...
Foreign Notes and Coin in Process of
Redemption ...


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Act No. 28 of 1972




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