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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: January 10, 1975
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GRENADA


Government


Gazette


ublVOishAd A, JAthN ritY

VOL. 93] SAINT GEORGE'S, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1975 [No. 3


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


RETIREMENT
No. 3.
RS. WINNIFRED JENNINGS, Matron, Tuber-
culosis Sanatorium, Ministry of Health and
Housing, has retired from the Nursing Service
with effect from 7th January, 1975.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
6th January, 1975.
P. F. 1662.
No. 4
rpHE following document is circulated with and
I forms part of this Gazette:-
S. R. & O. No. 1 of 1975:-The Prorogation of
Parliament Proclamation Order, 1975.
10th January, 1975.

NOTICE
fT HE Public is hereby notified that Grenada
1 Laws 1973 have now been printed and can be
purchased from the Government Stationery
Department at $6.00 (E.C.) per copy.
Ministry of Finance, Trade and Industry
13th December, 1974.


CARIBBEAN METEOROLOGICAL
INSTITUTE


Applications are invited for the post of
TECHNICAL OFFICER (ELECTRONICS)
at the Caribbean Meteorological Institute,
Barbados
Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor's degree
(or equivalent qualifications) in electrical engineer-
ing with specialisation in electronics. Experience in
the field of radar is highly desirable.
Duties: The successful candidate will be
required to assist with the maintenance and repair
of weather radar units and a wide range of other
electronic equipment. He will be stationed at the
Institute but will be required to undertake travel
throughout the Caribbean in connection with his
duties.
Salary: Tn the scale BDS $8,472-14,088. A
non-contributory pension scheme is shortly to be
introduced.
Applications should be addressed to the Prin-
cipal, Caribbean Meteorological Institute, P. O
Box 130, Bridgetown, Barbados and should reach
him by 15th January, 1975.










12 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 10, 1975-(No. 3)


POST OFFICE NOTICE

The public is hereby notified that the First Pant
of the New Definitive issue of Stamps will be
released at the General Post Office and all District
Post Offices on Monday the 13th January, 1975.

Denominations are le, 14, 2o, 3s, 5s, 6,. 8c,
10o, 12o, 15o, 20o, 25o, 35o, and 50o.

A. W. DEBELLOTTE
Postmaster General.
General Post Office,
St. George's.
7th January, 1975.


NOTICE

THE COMPANIES ORDINANCE 1926
In the matter of
MITCHELL'S PHARMACY LIMITED
(In Voluntary Liquidation)
NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of
Section 187 of the Companies Ordinance
1926, the final general meeting of Mitchell's
Pharmacy Limited, (In voluntary liquidation) will;
be held at the offices of Messrs. Coopers and
'Lybrand, Carenage St. George's, on Friday the
,21st dqy of February 1975, at 4.00 o'clock in the
"afternoon.
Dated this 10th day of January, 1975.
Colin Dathorne-Liquidator of
Mitchell's Pharmacy Ltd.
(In Voluntary Liquidation)
C/o Coopers & Lybrand,
Carenage,
St. George's.
10th January, 1975.


GRENADA:
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE

N. OTICE is hereby given that a Session of the
ilJ High Court at Grenada in its Criminal
Jurisdiction will be held at the Court House in
the town of Saint Georee on Tuesday the 4th day
,of February, 1975, at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon
when and where all concerned and bound over to
prosecute or to give evidence or summoned as
Jurors or Witnesses are required to give their
personal attendance, and all officers who have
taken inquisitions, depositions, examinations, re-
cognisances or other papers cognisable by the
Court are required to return the same without
delay to this office.
Dated this 17th day of December, 1974.
E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar, West Indies Associated
Supreme Court.
Chief Registrar's Chambers,
St. George's,
Grenada.


NOTICE
Details regarding the Temporary Post of
Architect, Ministry of Education, Youth Affairs,
Community Development and Sport

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
L. qualified persons for appointment to the
aiove post.
Qualifications:
(a) Associateship of the Royal Institute of
British Architects; or
(b) Registered Architect in the United King-
dom; or
(c) A Degree from an approved School of
Architecture plus three (3) years' Post-
Graduate experience.
Salary:
The salary of the post will be in the scale
$$9,720 x 384-10,872 x 504-12,888 x 600-
14,088. With effect from 1st April, 1975, the
salary scale, which will remain in force until
further notice, will be $10,224 x 384-11,376 x
528-13,488 x 600-14,688.
Duties:
Design-Designing educational facilities, super-
vising the preparation of working drawings and
spe-incations for tenders, preparing contract
documents, supervision of construction and pro-
cessing Certificates for payment. Maintenance-
Assisting the Buildings Officer in preparation of
ma ntenance contracts, preparation of detail
darwings for maintenance projects, grounds,
oilets, Community Centres and playing fields,
ldv:sin~ on lhnd and building purchases and
measuring existing facilities.
Appointment:
The post is temporary and appointment would
be on contract. A gratuity of 20% of basic salary
is payable on satisfactory completion of agree-
ment or annually at the option of the officer.
Leave:
Leave is granted as follows:-
Vacation Leave:--42 days' vacation leave a
year of which 14 must be taken annually or
lost. Maximum accumulation of leave-
126 days. 21days sick leave a year.
General:
All officers are generally subject to such
Regulations, Rules, Orders and Departmental
instructions as may be in force in the Island from
time to time.
Applications on appropriate forms S. C. 35
(to be used by officers employed in the Public
Service of Barbados) and S. C. 21 (in the case of
other applicants) should be submitted to the Chief
Personnel Officer, Services Commissions Deoart-
ment, "Flbdeen", Cul'oden Road, Et. Michael,
not later than I7th February, 1975.
The advertisement of this post is due to appear
in the Advocate-News on 14th December, 1974,
and 1st February, 1975.

Services Commissions Department.
6th December, 1974.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 10, 1975-(No. 3) 13


GOVERNMENT OF ANTIGUA,
WEST INDIES

Purchase of Dredge

1. The Government of Antigua, West Indies,
invites tenders for the supply of a standard
Demountable Cutter Suction Dredge mounted on
pontoon and suitable for transport by road.
2. The Dredge should have the following
general specifications which are intended to be as
a guide and are not rigid requirements.


Length
Breadth
Depth
Draught
Dredging Depth
Main Machinery Output
,Dredging Output of
Sandy Material


approx. 40 feet
16 "
4 "
3 "
27 "
240 h.p.
up to about 130 cubit
yards per hour
through 8" diameter
pipeline at a distance
of approx. 2000 feet.


3. The hull of the Dredge can be either a
single pontoon or may consist of a main pontoon
and a number of side pontoons. The dredge
pumps, hydraulic pumps and auxiliaries may be
driven by a single diesel engine mounted on the
main pontoon. The controls for the engines,
winches, pumps and other hydraulic units, should
be mounted on a single panel located in the cabin.
The Dredge is to be supplied with approx.
2000 feet of 8 inch diameter discharge pipeline
and is to be completely fitted with all necessary
cutter, cutter ladder spuds, winches, etc., for full
operation.
4. The Dredge is required for earliest possible
delivery. Tenderers are required to state delivery
date to port of shipping.
5. The tender price should be quoted in Eastern
Caribbean Dollars, C.I.F. Antigua, West Indies.
6. Tenders will only be considered by firms or
joint-ventures whose regular place of business is
in one of the following territories:-7
Antigua
Bahamas
Barbados
Belize
British Virgin Islands
Canada
Cayman Islands
Colombia
Dominica
Grenada
Guyana
Jamaica
Montserrat
St. Lucia
St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla
St. Vincent
Trinidad & Tobago
Turks & Caicos Islands
United Kingdom
United States of America
Vene- 'ela
7. TLI- purchase of the Dredge is to be financed
jointly by the Government of Antigua and the
Caribbean Development Bank.


:8. The Government of Antigua reserves the
right to reject any and all tenders, or to accept any
tender deemed to be in its best interest. The
Government will not accept any changes claimed
to be incurred in the preparation of tender
documents.
9. Tenders are to be accompanied by a full set
of specifications, drawings, and a list of spare
parts recommended for the first year of operation.
10. Tenders will be received up to 12.00 noon on
31st January, 1975. Tenders are to be submitted in
plain sealed envelopes addressed to:-

The Director of Public Works,
Ministry of Public Works,
Housing and Communications,
St. John's,
Antigua, W.I.

Envelopes must be clearly marked "TENDER
FOR THE SUPPLY OF DREDGE".

H. B. THOMPSON
Director of Public Works.


THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, YOUTH
AFFAIRS, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
AND SPORT
requires
A TEMPORARY ARCHITECT

Qualifications:
(a) Associateship of the Royal Institute of
British Architects; or
(b) Registered Architect in the United King-
dom; or
(c) A Degree from an approved School of
Architecture plus three (3) year post-
graduate experience.

Salary:
$9,720 x 384-10,872 x 504-12,888 x 600-
14,088. With effect from 1st April, 1975, the
salary scale, which will remain in fo-ce until
further notice, will be $10,224 x 384-11,376 x
528-13,488 x 600-14,688.

Closing Date: 17th February. 1975.
Further details and appropriate application
forms may be obtained from: -

Services Commissions Department.
6th December, 1974.


VACANCY FOR TECHNICAL OFFICER

THE Caribbean Meteorological Organisation
(CMO) is inviting applications from experi-
enced West !ndian metecrol-osts for the post of
Technical Officer in the CMO Headquarters Unit,
Port of Spain, Trinidad. The OFcer who should
be at least at the level of Clais TT (WorMd Meteo-
rological Organisation Classification of Meteoro-











14. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 10; 1975-(No. 3)'


logical Personnel) will be based in Trinidad, but
will be required to serve in other Member-
countries of the CMO.
Under the general direction of the Co-ordinat-
ing Director, the Technical Officer will be
required to:
(i) visit such Member-countries of the CMO as
may be necessary and to report on their
meteorological services;
(ii) assist with the establishment of new weather
forecasting offices;
(iii) check and report on the implementation of
international standards and practices in
those Member-countries which do not
possess national meteorological services;
(iv) review the meteorological instrumentation
and equipment needs in each country and
make any necessary recommendations for
remedying deficiencies;
(v) recommend and arrange, as necessary,
for the repair arid calibration of meteoro-
logical instruments by the Caribbean
Meteorological Institute;
(vi) to work as counterpart to the Regional
Meteorological Adviser (at present based in
Antigua) for a period of one year;
(vii) to carry out such functions as may be
assigned to him from time to time.
Conditions of service are those applicable to
posts in the Caribbean Commonwealth Secretariat
and the salary attached to the post is in the scale
IT $890x30-$1010 per month. In addition a
housing allowance of $250 per month and a motor
vehicle allowance of $90 per month are payable.
Applications should be addressed to the Co-
ardinating Director, Caribbean Meteorological
Organisation, P.O. Box 461, Port-of-Spain, Trini-
dad, to reach him not later than January,
31st 1975.


East Caribbean Currency Authority Vacant Posts
of
Secretary to the Managing Director
and
Secretary to the Deputy Managing Director

The Eastern Caribbean Currency Authority
invites applications for appointment to the posts
Af Secretary to the Managing Director and Secre-
:ary to the Deputy Managing Director. The Head-
huarters of the Authority will be transferred to
St. Kitts in early 1975 and the persons appointed
to these posts will be required to undertake to
move with the Authority to St. Kitts.
Duties
(1) The Secretary to the Managing Director will
be required:
(a) to undertake all the normal duties of a
Confidential Secretary;
(b) to register, record and file incoming and
outgoing confidential mail;
(c) to circulate both confidential and
ordinary mail as directed by the
Director;
(d) to supervise the work of other office'
Secretaries and typists and to prepare
confidential reports on their perform-
ance:


(e)' to carry out such other related duties as
may be assigned by the Managing
Director.
(2) The Secretary to. the Deputy Manag:ng
Director will be required:
(a) to perform the duties of Secretary to
the.Deputy-Managing Director;
(b) to assist with general office typing;
(c) to undertake such other related duties
as may be assigned by the Managing
Director/Deputy Managing Director.
Qualifications
Applicants must have recognized secretarial
quwlifications with minimum speeds of Shorthand
100 w.p.m. and Typing 60 w.p.m. Applicants
must also have had secretarial experience of at
least 5 years, and should preferably be in the age
*ange 25-40 years. The successful applicants
will be expected to show initiative and have good
personal qualities.
Salary
(a) Secretary to Managing Director: $7,920+3
x 300-$8820.
(b) Secretary to, Deputy Managing Director:
$6,960+3 x 300-$7,860.,

The point of entry in the scale will depend on;
qualifications, training and experience.
Allowances
A house allowance at the rate of $1500 per
annum will be payable during the period that the
headquarters of the Authority remain in Barbados,
provided that the successful applicant is not a
national of Barbados.
Leave
24 working days (including Saturdays, exclud-
ing Bank Holidays) leave per calendar year.
Passages
The Authority will meet the cost of passages to
Barbados and will be prepared to reimburse any
reasonable claim made in respect of the cost of
the transportation to Barbados of personal and
household effects.
Barbados Income Tax
Staff employed by the Authority at its head-
quarters in Barbados are exempted from the
payment of income tax.
Pension Contribution
In the case where a successful applicant is a
public officer who has been seconded by a parti-
cipating Government to the service of the
Authority, a pension contribution will be paid by
the Authority to the participating Government.
The Authority has a Pension Scheme and a
Group Medical Insurance Plan for the benefit of
its staff.
Applications with detailed particulars of qualifi-
cations, training and experience as well as two
restimonials should be addressed to the Managing
Director, East Caribbean Currency Authority, P.O.
Box 620C, Bridgetown, Barbados, and should
reach not later than Wednesday 15th January,
1975. The successful candidates will be expected
to assume duty by Monday 3rd February, 1975.
East Caribbean Currency Authority,
P.O. Box 620C,
Bridgetown,
Barbados.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 10, 1975-(No. 3) 15

WEST INDIES ASOCIATED STATES COURT OF APPEAL
Notice of Sittings

URSUANT to rule 5 (1) of the Court of Appeal Rules 1968 the Acting Chief Justice has directed
that during 1975 sittings of the Court of Appeal shall be held in the undermentioned States for
the hearing of appeals pending therefrom commencing on the days herein stated:-
St. Vincent ... ... 20th January 19th May 17th September
Grenada ... ... 13th January 27th May 29th September
St. Lucia ... ... 3rd February 16th June 13th October
Dominica ... ... 7th February 20th June 16th October
Antigua ... ... 19th March 14th July 10th November
St. Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla 21st April 21st July 17th November
Fixtures for Montserrat and the Virgin Islands will be made as required.
By Order of the Acting Chief Justice.

SYLVIA BERTRAND
Deputy Registrar Court of Appeal.
Chambers Court of Appeal,
St. Vincent.
December 2, 1974.





GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION
Effective as from 9th January, 1975
Advance rates payable for deliveries of Nutmegs and Mace are as follows :-

GRADE I ADVANCES


Green Nutmegs .. 30c. per lb.

Dried Nutmegs .. 44c. ,,

Grinders (Cracked) ..| 24c. ,,

No. 1 Mace .. $1.40 t

No. 2 Mace ..j 80c.

Mace Pickings .. 28c.

Fixed by the Nutmeg Board 8th January, 1975 in accordance with Section 58 of the Nutmeg Industry
Ordinance.
ROBERT S. RENWICK
Secretary.








GRENADA.

PRINTED BY THU GOVERNMlNT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRITINGO OFFICE
ST. GEORGE'S
1975.





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