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GRENADA


Government


Gazette


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VOL. 911 SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1973


[No. 47


GRENADA:
To the Honourable HERBERT JOHN PREUDHOMME
Minister of Communications and Works.
W HEREAS 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 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 Friday the 5th day of October, 1973, to per-
form 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) in conjunction with your substantive
functions of the office of Minister for Communications and Works until the Hortourable 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 6th day of October, One
thousand nine hundred and seventy-three.
HILDA BYNOE
Governor.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT
No. 182
WITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 165
dated 22nd September, 1973 the effective
date of confirmation of appointment of MR.
LESTER JAMES is 5th July, 1971 and not 5th July,
1973 as was stated.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
3rd October, 1973.
P.F. 1635.


7T


VACATION LEAVE
No. 183
R. WALTER W. H. OGILVIE, has been granted
159 days' vacation leave with effect from
1st October, 1973.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
5th October, 1973.
P.F. 1706.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 13, 1973-(No. 47)


RESIGNATION
No. 184
M R. MERRIL PRIME, Junior Postman, Carriacou
Shas resigned from the service with effect
from 14th September, 1973.

Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
10th September, 1973.
psc. 1001/2.

No. 185
Tr HE following Act which has been assented to
Sby Her Excellency the Governor is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 21 of 1973:-The Insurance Act, 1973.

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

13th October, 1973.

No. 186
HE following notice is circulated with and
forms part of this Gazette-


Development Incentives-Grenada
Ltd. Order, 1973.


Industries


13th October, 1973.


NOTICE

Grenada Quarry and Cement Products Limited
(In Voluntary Liquidation)
IN accordance with section 180 (1) of the
Companies Ordinance I hereby give notice
that a meeting of the Creditors of the above-
named Company will be held at the offices of
Messrs. Pannell Fitzpatrick & Co., General
Traders Building, The Carenage, St. George's,
on Wednesday the twenty fourth day of October,
One thousand nine hundred and seventy three at
ten o'clock in the forenoon.
All creditors of the above-named Company are
advised to attend this meeting
Dated this ninth day of October, One thousand
nine hundred and seventy-three.
PETER CROWTHER-ALWYN
Liquidator.


NOTICE
Grenada Cocoa Association

FFECTIVE 1st October, 1973 and until
further notice, advances to producers for
deliveries of Cocoa will be as follows: -
Grade I ... 50 cents per lb.
Grade II ... 48 cents per lb.
Wet Cocoa ... 18 cents per lb.

CONRAD B. DOUGLAS,
Secretary.


NOTICE

Management Appointment


THE Caribbean Investment Corporation intends
to appoint a General Manager to be respon-
sible to the Board of Directors for the
administration and execution of its policy.

The Caribbean Investment Corporation was
established as a special instrument to assist in the
industrial development of the less developed
countries of the Commonwealth Caribbean. It
was chartered by Inter-Governmental agreement
among member countries of the Caribbean Free
Trade Association and will act as a venture
capital Corporation investing in the equity capital
of enterprises located in the less developed
countries of the area and will complement loan
capital facilities.

The Headquarters of the Corporation will be
established in St. Lucia.

Candidates for the post of General Manager
should be nationals of the Commonwealth Carib-
bean and have practical experience in major
development p r o j e c t planning, development
banking, or commercial banking practice
associated with development planning.

It is desirable that such experience should be
supported by training at University level or its
equivalent.

The appointment will be on contract for a term
of three years. Tax free emoluments will be
$24,000 p.a. and conditions of service will include
21% gratuity; housing, car and entertainment
allowances; and 30 working days vacation leave
p.a.
Applications with resume of curriculum vitae
and the names of two referees in each case should
be forwarded to:

The Chairman,
Board of Directors,
Caribbean Investment Corporation,
P.O. Box 125,
Bridgetown, Barbados.

to reach him not later than November 15, 1973.
The successful candidate wll be expected to
take post on December, 1, 1973.


NOTICE
University of Cambridge Local Examinations
Syndicate, G.C.E. Examinations, Summer 1974,
Grenada, W.I.

T HE Examinations are scheduled to take place
during the period Monday, 3rd June, to
Friday, 28th June, 1974, except in respect of the
following, which will be held before 3rd June,


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and for which the dates and times will be noti-
fled in due course:-
Music Aural Tests;
Oral Tests in Modern Languages;
Practical Test in Cookery;
Practical Tests in Metalwork & Woodwork.

Examinations Fees must be paid into the
Treasury on or before Monday, 31st December,


1973, as follows:-

Entrance Fees
Cambridge
Local


(plus)
Subjects Fees


A-Level per subject ...
AO and O-Level per subject


$
... 9.60
... 5.00 $14.60


$


9.60
4.32


The completed Form of Entry must in every
case be accompanied by the Treasury Receipts
as evidence of payment of the 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 was
introduced in June, 1973. A single Entry Form for
School candidates (Form E.C. 1), printed as a
two-part carbonised set, has replaced the former
red and green G.C.E. school Entry Forms, each
candidate using one index number for entries at A,
AO, and O-Levels, the index number being shown
once instead of twice as at present. Form E.C. 2
has replaced the former entry form for Private
Candidates.

O-Level (0) 558, Human and Social Biology,
replaces the former (0) 760, Health Science. This
Examination may not be taken by candidates
offering Biology or additional General Science.



NOTICE

1 HE public is hereby notified that a limited
number of copies of the publication, entitled
"The Caribbean Community-A Guide", is avail-
able at the Government Stationery Store at a price
of $2.00 each.

This publication should be of particular interest
to all members of the State, and persons wishing
to obtain copies may do so by calling at the
Government Stationery Office during normal
working hours.

Ministry of Finance, Trade and Industry,
St. George's.
26th September, 1973.


NOTICE

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

(SECOND PUBLICATION)

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

SCHEDULE

All that lot, piece or parcel of land containing
by estimation 160 acres and being a portion of
Diamond Estate in the parish of St. Mark's
formerly the property of the late Norbert Nyack
and now believed to be owned by or under the
control of Mr. Maurice Nyack. The said lot of
land is bounded on one side of the Diamond-
Coast Guard Road to a point where it meets lands
of Rupert Campbell and Amon St. John. From this
point it is bounded by other lands of the said
Diamond Estate and lands of George Noel to a
public bye-way known as Coast Guard-Belmont
Road; then along the said bye-way to the Belmont
Mt. Stanhope Road; from this point it is bounded
by lands of Raymond Simon to a ravine and
along the said ravine to a point where it comes
back to the Belmont-Mt. Stanhope Road close
to a high wall in the vicinity of Diamond Estate
Boucan. It then follows the aforementioned
Diamond-Coast Guard Road and an estate road
to a point where it meets and is bounded by lands
of the said Diamond Estate recently acquired by
the Government of Grenada.

Dated this 6th day of October, 1973.

E. F. CHERMAN
Secretary to the Cabinet.
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 estimation
160 acres, being a portion of Diamond
Estate, in the parish of St. Mark's in the
State of Grenada, formerly the property of
the late Nobert Nyack and now believed to
be owned or under the control of Mr.
Maurice Nyack, is to be acquired for a
public purpose.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND

(SECOND PUBLICATION)

W HEREAS it is provided 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 follow is to available in his own country, i.e., the
cause a declaration to that effect to be made: University of the West Indies.


Now, THEftEIltEE, 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 purpose of establishing a peasant Co-
operative and also to provide house spots and
subsidiary garden.
SCHEDULE

All that lot, piece or parcel of land containing
by estimation 160 acres and being a portion of
Diamond Estate in the parish of St. Mark's
formerly the property of the late Norbert Nyack
and now believed to be owned by or under the
control of Mr. MaUrice Nyack. The said lot of
land is bounded on one side of the Diamond-
Coast Guard Road to a point where it meets lands
of Rupert Campbell and Amon St. John. From this
point it is bounded by other lands of the said
Diamond Estate and lands of George Noel to a
public bye-way known as Coast Guard-Belmont
Road; then along the said bye-way to the Belmont
Mt. Stanhope Road; from this point it is bounded
by lands of Raymond Simon to a ravine and
along the said ravine to a point where it comes
back to the Belmont-Mt. Stanhope Road close
to a high wall in the vicinity of Diamond Estate
Boucan. It then follows the aforementioned
Diamond-Coast Guard Road and an estate road
to a point where it meets and is bounded by lands
of the said Diamond Estate recently acquired by
the Government of Grenada.

Dated this 6th day of October, 1973.
E. F. CHERMAN
Secretary to the Cabinet.


NOTICE

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan
United Kingdom and Caaadian Awards


APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
Qualified persons for Scholarships tenable in
the United Kingdom and Canada under the
Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship
Plan.
Scholarships under the above-nentioned plan
are normally awarded for advanced study or
research leading towards a University Degree or
similar qualification. Before taking up a Scholar-
ship a student must hold a Batchelor's or
Master's degree from a recognized university or
some equivalent qualification. Scholarships will
not normally be awarded to candidates who
already have a Ph.D degree or for clinical
training; nor will they be awarded to candidates
wishing to undertake medical or dental degrees.
In exceptional cases an award may be made to a
graduate who wishes to study for another under-
graduate degree, or may be made to an under-
graduate if the programme of studies he wishes to


The scholarships are open to men and women
who have not reached their 35th birthday by the
1st October, 1974. In special circumstances this
age limit may be raised. Further information
regarding the awards can be had from the
Permanent Secretary, Training Division, Premier's
Office.
Applications should be addressed to the
Permanent Secretary (Training Divsion), Premier's
Office to reach him not later than 31st October,
1973.

Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Office.
PD. 201/017
10th September, 1973.


GRENADA

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE

(Civil)

1971 No. 375

Between
GRENADA BUILDING AND LOAN


ASSOCIATION


Plaintiff


And


CLOTILDA DOUGLAS


Defendant


BY ORDER made the 24th day of May, 1973
there will be offered for sale at this office on
Friday the 26th day of October, 1973, at
12 o'clock in the forenoon:

ALL THAT lot piece or parcel of land situate
at Mt. Airy in the parish of Saint George in the
State of Grenada containing by admeasurement
Two Roods and Six Poles English Statute
Measure and abutted and bounded as the same
is delineated and described in the plan or diagram
marked "A" annexed to an Indenture dated the
1st day of August. 1952 made between Elizabeth
Newton Benoit of the one part and John Augus-
tine Hypolite of the other part and recorded in
the Deeds and Land Registry of Grenada in
Libet M 9 at page 925 together with the buildings
thereon.

The sale is subject to the usual conditions of
to the REDUCED RESERVE PRICE of
sale a copy of which may be seen at this office
$29,808.00

E. C. WILKINSON,
Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
Grenada.


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OCTOBER 13, 1973-(No. 47)












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 13, 1973-(No. 47)


NOTICE

Essay Competition on Caribbean Community
for Sixth Formers in Secondary Schools
in Member Countries and the Bahamas

Topic
"How can the Caribbean Community help to
overcome the economic and social problems of
the English speaking Caribbean?".
Prizes
The Competition will carry the following
prizes:
(a) First Prize
(i) For a student resident in the Windward
Islands, Leeward Islands, Barbados
and Trinidad and Tobago:
A free trip to the Headquarters of the
Regional Secretariat in Guyana,
as the guest of the Secretary-
General, together with a free trip
to Jamaica;
(ii) For a student resident in Guyana:
A free trip to the Headquarters of
the Eastern Caribbean Common
Market (ECCM) Secretariat in
Antigua, together with a free trip
to Jamaica;
(iii) For a student resident in Belize,
Bahamas or Jamaica:
A free trip to the Headquarters of the
Regional Secretariat in Guyana,
as the guest of the Secretary-
General, together with a free trip
to one of the Leeward or Wind-
ward Islands;
(b) Second Prize
(i) For a student resident in any Member
Country of CARIFTA (Except Guyana)
and the Bahamas:
A free trip to the Headquarters of the
Regional Secretariat in Guyana;
(ii) For a student resident in Guyana:
A free trip to the Headquarters of
the Eastern Caribbean Common
Market Secretariat in Antigua;
(c) Third Prize
A gift of a set of publications and reading
material on the Caribbean.
Rules
1. The student must be at the end of June, 1973
on the register of a Secondary School of a
Member Country of CARIFTA or the
Bahamas.
2. Entries must be in the contestant's own
handwriting and must be his personal
effort and an original and previously
unpublished essay.
3. Each entry must be submitted on ruled
paper (quarto or foolscap size) and written
on one side of the paper only.
4. Each entry must be accompanied by a
statement from the Headmaster/Head-
mistress of the School which the student


attends stating the age of the student and
that to the best of his/her knowledge, the
script was written by the student sub-
mitting the entry.
5. The deadline for submission of the scripts
will be 1st October, 1973.
6. The length of the Essay should not exceed
4,000 words.
7. Entries should be submitted in sealed
envelopes addressed to:
The Secretary-General,
Commonwealth Caribbean Regional
Secretariat,
P.O. Box 697,
Georgetown, Guyana.
8. Entries will be judged by a panel of three (3)
judges to be selected by the Secretary-
General from the Staff of the University
of Gjyana and the University of the West
Indies. The decision of the judges will be
final.

NOTICE
Proposed Constitution of New Vigie Airport
Terminal Building

CONTRACT Documents for construction of
New Terminal Building at Vigie will shortly
be .available for issue to selected contractors.
These documents will comprise Architects Draw-
ings, Structural Engineers Drawings, Specifications
and Schedules of Rates only.
The proposed buildings comprise a single
storey main concourse and service wing with a
two storey departure and arrival block comprising
lounges, restaurant and administration offices.
Construction is of reinforced concrete. Suspended
floors and roof are reinforced concrete waffle
slabs. Roof to concourse area timber hyperbolic
parabaloid shells. The con ract would be carried
out in two phases and all airport facilities are to
remain functioning throughout the contract
period.
Contractors wishing to be considered for
inclusion in the Tender List should submit their
names to the Chairman, Tenders Board, Govern-
ment Buildings, Castries, St. Lucia, not later than
1st October, 1973.
Contractors selected for tendering, on notifica-
tion, will be required to deposit the sum of $100.00
E.C. with the Treasury. The deposit will be
returned to the Contractor on receipt of a Bona
Fide Tender.
The successful Contractor will be bound by the
General Conditions of Contract issued by the
Royal Ins'itute of British Architecs, and amended
to suit local conditions. He will also be
required to provide Surety of ten percent of the
Contract Sum.
All submissions shall be clearly marked "New
Vigie Airport Terminal".
N. ETIENNE
Chairman, Tenders Board.
Ministry of Finance.
Government Buildings,
Castries,
St. Lucia.
S1th September, 1973.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 13, 1973-(No. 47)


GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION

Effective as from llth October, 1973

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 Pickings


ADVANCES


16c. per lb.

24c. "


80c. "

40c. "

12c. "


Fixed by the Nutmeg Board 10th October, 1973.
In accordance with section 58 of the Nutmeg Industry Ordinanme.


ROBERT S. RENWICK
Secretary.


ECCA 32.


28/9/73


CONFIDENTIAL


Antigua ...
Barbados ...
Dominica ...
Grenada ...
Montserrat ...
St. Kitts/Nevis/Anguilla
St. Lucia ...
St. Vincent ...


Guyana
Trinidad and Tobago


"Proof Sets"
Less notes returned to the
Authority from other
currency areas ...


E.C.C.A. Notes
Issued (net)
as at 31.8.73
EC $

12,432,848.00
37,615,306.00
4,612,000.00
13,318,000.00
2,460,000.00
2,587,000.00
10,349,900.00
8,515,400.00

91,890,454.00


B.C.C.B. Notes
Redeemed as at
31.8.73
W.I. $

2,491,919.00
13,051,014.50
2,474,616.00
277,817.00
532,791.00
3,057,557.00
3,411,737.00
2,230,882.00


22,976,160.00


EC $68,914,294.00

$4 Commemorative Coin issued to 31.8.73.


W.I. $27,527,433.50


B.C.C.B. Coin Issued
(net) as at 31.3.73
EC $

600,550.00
2,288,958.92
222,625.03
442,250.00
71,200.00
270,050.00
341,775.00
233,073.00

4,470,481.92
442,767.00
879,971.00

5,773,219.92
1,870.00



5,775,089.92

526,172.00


EC $6,301,261.92


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ECCA 32


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT 31ST AUGUST, 1973


I

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a
t


GENERALL RESERVE
OTI.it: LIABILITIES


ASSETS


EXTERNAL ASSETS:


EC $

68,914,294
6,301,262
250,334
888,766


EC $




76,354,656


EC $


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

Bankels' Balances


Government Local Debentures ...
7,623,539 Local Treasury Bills
2,334,750 Other Assets ...

EC $86,322,945

(Proportion of external assets to
demand liabilities


EC $


6,199,745
22,521,460
42,787,070

830,871


650,985 72,990,131


7,2C3,250
4,329,760
1,794,804

EC $86,322,945


95.59%


G. THEOPHILUS
Acting Managing Director.


LIABILITIES

,L.N1-MND LIABILITIES:


Notes in Circulation ...
Coin in Circulation
Money at call
International Organizations


28/9/13





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