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GRENADA


Government


Gazette


p htlishUd Nb uthorit

VOL. 93] SAINT GEORGE'S THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1975 [No. 53


GOVERNMENT NOTICES
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENTS
No. 185.
THE Public Service Commission has confirmed
the appointment of MR. MOSLEY WILSON as
an Agricultural Assistant in the Ministry of
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries with effect
from 1st September, 1970.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
5th November, 1975.
P.F. 845.
No. 186.
THE Public Service Commission has confirmed
the appointment of MR. NELSON LEWIS as
a Class II Clerk in the Inland Revenue Division
of the Ministry of Finance, Trade and Industry
with effect from 12th September, 1975.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
6th November, 1975.
P.F. 3212.
No. 187.
HE following Acts which have been assented to
by His Excellency the Governor-General
are published with this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 21 of 1975:-The Insurance (Amendment)
Act, 1975.
No. 22 of 1975:-The Insurance (Amendment
No. 2) Act, 1975.


No. 23 of 1975:-The Local Government
Boards (Dissolution and Interim Com-
missioner) (Amendment) Act, 1975.
Copies of these Acts may be seen at the Prime
Minister's Office, the Public Library, the Treasury,
District Revenue Offices and Police Stations.
13th November, 1975.

NOTICE
APPOINTMENT OF CHAIRMAN
OF THE
East Caribbean Currency Authority
I R. NOEL O. WALLING a Director of the East
3a Caribbean Currency Authority, has been
appointed Chairman of the Authority for the
vear ending September, 1976 in succession/Mr.
Maurice Salles-Miquelle of St. Lucia whose/to
term of office as Chairman expired at the end of
September last.
Mr. Walling who was born in Antigua was
educated at the Antigua Grammar School and ob-
tained the Diploma in Business Administration
from Wilfred Laurier University in Canada in
1967.
Mr. Walling is currently Secretay/Accountant of
Joseph Dew Division of Dantzler West Indies
Ltd. and previously served as Accountant with the
Bank of Nova Scotia both in St. Lucia and
Antigua.
He is also a Director of the Antigua Chamber
of Commerce and Chairman of the Investment
Committee for the Antigua and Barbuda Social
Security Fund.


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GRENADA:

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(CIVIL)
No. 355 of 1971.
BETWEEN
JONAS BROWNE & HUBBARD LIMITED Plaintiff
AND
THEOPHILUS JOSEPH
AND


AGNES JOSEPH


Defendants


1:OR sale at this office on Friday the 21st day
S of November, 1975 at twelve o'clock noon,
pursuant to an order of court made the 20th day
of March, 1974, and filed herein.
1. All that lot piece or parcel of land with
the buildings thereon situate at Mardi-
gras in the parish of Saint George and
island of Grenada containing by estima-
tion 2 roods more or less and abutted
and bounded on one side by lands of
Hilda Spencer on another side by a river
and another side by lands of one Taylor
and on the remaining by the Mardigras
public road or howsoever or otherwise
the same may be bounded.
The sale is subject to the usual conditions, a
copy of which may be seen at this office and to
the RESERVED PRICE of $26,100.00.

E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registar.

Chief Registrar Chambers,
St. George's.
29th day of October, 1975.


NOTICE

Prequalification of Contractors for Construction of
Water Supply Project in Dominica

The Government of Dominica, through the
Dominica Central Water Authority, invites the
submission of prequalification data from interested
Contractors in connection with the proposed con-
struction of service reservoirs, intake structures,
treatment works, supply mains, distribution mains
and ancillary works in Dominica.
Separate contracts may be awarded for different
parts of the works.
Total estimated cost of the project excluding
cost of materials to be supplied by the Authority
(e.g. all pipework, reinforcing steel, waterworks
equipment) is approximately EC $1,320,C00.
The project will be financed jointly by the
Government of Dominica, the Government of
Canada and the Caribbean Development Bank.
Consideration will be limited to Contractors or
joint ventures of contractors whose regular place
of business is in one of the following countries:-
Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, British
Virgin Islands, Canada, Cayman Islans, Colombia,
Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, M6ntserrat,


St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla, St. Lucia, St. Vincent,
Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos, United
Kingdom, United States of America and
Venezuela.
Prequalification data must be received not later
than Monday, November, 17, 1975 and addressed
to: -
The Chief Engineer, Central Water Authority,
Roseau, Dominica, W.1. A copy is to be sent to
the Caribbean Development Bank, P. O. Box 408,
Wildey, Barbados, W.I.
Prequalification data submitted for considera-
tion should stress similar types of work performed
and location thereof. An important consideration
will be the Contractor's first hand knowledge of
the area and working conditions in the region.
The Central Water Authority will evaluate the
data submitted and will prepare a short-list of
contractors. The Contractors short-listed will be
requested to submit formal bids for the project.
The Government of Dominica will not be
responsible for expenses incurred by contractors
in the preparation of prequalification documents.

E. P. MUNRO
Chief Engineer.


POST OFFICE NOTICE

The public is hereby notified that a Special issue
of stamps to commemorate the 500th Anniversary
of the Birth of Michelango will be released at the
General Post Office on Thursday 13th November,
1975.
Denominations are: 1, 2o, 40o, 50o, 75o
and $2.00. Souvenir Sheets at $1.00 will also be
available.
These stamps will be on sale for a period of
three months from the date of issue or until stocks
are exhausted, whichever is the sooner.

A. W. DEBELLOTTE
Acting Postmaster General.
General Post Office,
St. George's,
Grenada. W.I.
4th November, 1975.


NOTICE

Ministry of Agriculture, Barbados
Prequalification of Contractors for Construction of
Irrigation Works

The Government of Barbados has received a
loan from the Caribbead Development Bank
utilizing USAID funds for the development of an
agricultural project which involves the construction
of an irrigation system, including pumping
stations, main supply lines, distribution lines and
associated works.
It is intended that the proceeds of this loan will
be applied to payments under the contract for
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 13, 1975-(No. 53)


,Caribbean Development Bank or its agent will be
made on the basis of monthly interim certificates
of payment issued by Consulting Engineers.
The Government of Barbados accordingly
invites the submission of prequalification data
from interested contractors in connection with the
construction of this project.
Prequalification data submitted for consideration
should include:
1. The firm's experience and record on similar
job requirements.
2. The firm's capabilities as to size, efficiency,
management personnel, financial situation.
3. The availability of equipment.
Only contractors whose principal place of
business is in one of the member countries of the
Bank or the USA or any eligible country can bid.
A list of the countries which are not eligible
is available at the Bank or the Ministry of
Agriculture.
Only contractors who have prequalified would
be invited to bid.
Prequalification data should be forwarded in
sealed envelopes and addressed to the Chief
Agricultural Officer, Ministry of Agriculture,
Bridgetown, Barbados,. and must arrive on or
before the 1st of December, 1975.
A copy is to be forwarded to the Caribbean
Development Bank, P. 0. Box 408, Barbados,
West Indies.


GOVERNMENT NOTICE

Pre-qualification Notice

Expansion and Improvement of the Port of
Bridgetown

Inter-American Development Bank Loan
No. 227/OC-BA

Pre-qualification of Contractors-Contract "A"
Dredging and Reclamation

THE Government of Barbados proposes to
award contracts for the Expansion and
Improvement of the Port of Bridgetown (Deep
Water Harbour) which will partly be financed
with a loan from the Inter-American Development
Bank.
2. The Project consists of three elements:
(a) Construction Works to improve and to
expand the existing Deep Water Har-
bour, including the following:-
(i) an extension to the main Wharf
(Quay Wall) approximately 600
feet long, with one mooring
dolphin, with a dredged depth of
32 feet below Low Water;
(ii) construction of a transit shed
(Container Shed) 400 feet long by
143 feet wide;
(iii) strengthening of and modifica-
tions to the Cross Berth;


(iv) renovation and modification of
existing Transit Shed No. 1 over
an area of approximately 5,000
square feet;
(v) construction of a two-storeyed
Administration Building 175 feet
wide;
(vi) dredging;
(vii) reclamation of approximately
16 acres of land;
(viii) installation of ancillary services,
paving and fencing.
(b) Construction Works to create a new
Shallow Draft Facility, including the
following:-
(i) construction of a Shallow Draft
approximately 513 feet long with a
dredged depth of 22 feet below
Low Water;
(ii) construction of a transit shed
(Shallow Draft Shed) 400 feet
long by 90 feet wide;
(iii) dredging of the Shallow Draft
Basin and the approach to it to a
depth of 22 feet below Low
Water;
(iv) installation of ancillary services,
paving and fencing.
(c) Construction Works to create a new Bulk
Handling Facility, including the follow-
ing:-
(i) reclamation of approximately 18
acres of land;
(ii) dredging the area alongside the
berth to a depth of 38 feet below
Low Water;
(iii) reclamation of a strip of land
along the coastline to continue
Land's End Road into the re-
claimed area;
(iv) construction of a loading platform
connected to land, 80 feet by 77
feet, suitable for docking of
vessels of 30,000 tons displace-
ment weight, and supporting
equipment required by the grain
terminal;
(v) construction of four berthing/
mooring dolphins;
(vi) construction of two mooring
points on land;
(vii) ancillary services, continuation of
Land's End Road, including a
culvert crossing at Indian River,
street lighting, paving and fencing.
3. It is expected that Contract "A"-Dredging
and Reclamation-will be let by April, 1976, for
an estimated time of construction of about seven
months. Contract "A" will include-
(i) construction of dykes to retain approxi-
mately 1,000,000 cubic yards of dredge
fill. Dredging to be mostly to depths of
22 and 38 feet below Low Water with
some areas to be dredged to a depth of
40 feet below Low Water;


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(ii) excavation of part of a spit of land;
(iii) reclamation of approximately 35 acres
of land in two separate areas, using
dredged materials;
(iv) armour for the protection of reclaimed
areas.
4. In order to be considered for pre-qualifica.
tion contractors must be from one of the following
countries:-
(i) countries which are members of the Inter-
American Development Bank;
(ii) relatively undeveloped countries which
are members of the International Mone-
tary Fund; or
(iii) developed countries which have been
declared eligible by the Bank for this
purpose.
5. This Notice relates to Contract "A" only
which will be awarded as a single Unit-Price
Contract based on Bills of Quantities. Only con-
tractors who pre-qualify will be invited to tender.
6. Applications are now invited from contrac-
tors wishing to qualify for inclusion in the Register
of Contractors to be invited to tender for Contract
"A".
7. Additional information on Contract "A" and
prequalification documents and questionnaries will
be provided upon receipt of applications which
should be addressed to:-
The Permanent Secretary,
Port Management Division,
Prime Minister's Office,
Old Bay Street Boy's School Building,
Bridgetown,
Barbados, West Indies.
8. All completed pre-qualification documents
and questionnaries should be returned to: -
The Chairman,
Special Tenders Committee,
Lettings Nos. 45 and 47,
The Garrison,
St. Michael,
Barbados, West Indies.
not later than 4.30 p.m. Barbados Time on Wed-
nesday, 26th November, 1975.
9. All contractors will be notified in writing of
their success or failure to pre-qualify, and success-
ful contractors will be invited by January, 1976,
to tender.
Note: The Register of Prospective Contractors
will close at 4.30 p.m. Barbados Time gn Wed-
nesday, 26th November, 1975. Applications
reaching after that date and time will be returned.


NOTICE
Professional Engineering Services for Springhall
Estates, (Consultants) St. Lucy, Barbados

The Ministry of Agriculture, Barbados, invites
the submission of prequalification data from
interested consulting engineers in connection with
the development of an irrigation project at
Springhall, Barbados.
The scope of the engineering works include
hydrogeological surveys, the preparation of
appropriate designs for the irrigation system
including pumping stations, main supply lines and


distribution lines, associated with the works, the-
preparation of specifications and contract docu-
ments, the supervision and inspection of construc-
tion of payment certificates.
Financing of the project will be undertaken-
jointly by the Ministry of Agriculture, Barbados,
and the Caribbean Development Bank, utilising
USAID funds.
Consideration is limited to Consultants whose
principal place of business is in one of the
member countries of the Bank or the USA or any
other eligible country. A list of the countries-
which are not eligible is available at the Bank or
at the Ministry of Agriculture.
Prequalifications information submitted for con-
sideration should stress similar types of work
performed and the location thereof.
Consulting engineering firms, whether acting
singly or in joint ventures should each submit an
executed copy of a pre-qualification form which
may be obtained from the office of the Ministry
of Agriculture, Bridgetown, or from the Carib-
bean Development Bank, P. 0. Box 408, Bridge-
town, Barbados, West Indies.
Prequalification information must be received
not later than the 1st December, 1975 in the office
of the Chief Technical Officer, Ministry of Agri-
culture, Bridgetown, Barbados, with a copy sent
to the Caribbean Development Bank.
The data submitted will be evaluated by the
Ministry of Agriculture, Barbados and a short list
of firms or joint ventures prepared. Those on the
short list will be requested to submit technical
proposals for the project.
An important consideration will be the firms or
joint ventures' first hand knowledge of the site and
working conditions in the region.

APPENDIX 'A'

(Countries which are not eligible)

Albania
Algeria
Andorra
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Cuba
Mainland China
Cyprus
Czechslovakia
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Federal Republic of West Germany
East Germany (Incl. the Soviet Zone of Berlin)
Greece
Hong Kong
Hungary
Iceland
Israel
Italy
Japan
North Korea
Kuwait
Latvia
Liechtenstein
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'GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 13, 1975-(No. 53)


Luxembourgh
Malta
Monaco
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Portugal
Rhodesia
Rumania
San Marino
Somalia
South Africa
Spain
Syria
Sudan
Sweden
Switzerland
United Arab Republic
Union of Socialist Republic (U.S.S.R.)
North Vietnam
Yemen
Yugoslavia
Iraq
Ireland
Regional Member States of the Caribbean
Development Bank
Jamaica
Guyana
Trinidad
St. Vincent
Dominica
Grenada
Montserrat
Antigua
British Virgin Islands
Turks and Caicos Islands
Belize
Barbados
St. Lucia
fNon-Kegional States of the U.K.
Canada
St. Kitts
Cayman Islands.


NOTICE

SCOPE OF WORK

Irrigation Works-Spring Hal
Development Scheme


Rural


Design Phase:
1. The Consultant will be expected to familiar-
rise himself with the geology of the region
with particular reference to water bearing
formations, groundwater, movements, pre-
sence of harmful minerals and salts, the
strength and porosity of foundations for
proposed structures.
2. The Consultant will review and analyse hy-
drological data to determine rainfall rates
and frequencies, infiltartion, run-off,
groundwater storage and depletion and
losses due to evaporation and transpiration.
3. The Consultant will undertake sub-surface
investigations to determine the location, ex-
tent depth, character and permeability of
water bearing formations, the velocity of
underground flows and depth to, natural
water surface. In addition information on
each well used should include drawdown,
circle of influence, water quality and
capacity.
4. The Consultant will prepare and submit for
preliminary approval plans for pumping
stations, supply system and associated
works. Upon arrival of the preliminary
submission, design and prepare final con-
tract drawings for the project.
5. The Consultant will develop and tabulate all
items entering into the construction with
the corresponding estimated quantities and
prepare all specifications and contract
documents.
An estimate of construction cost is to be
submitted to the client for his confidential
use.
6. Information as to the projected land use,
water demand and usage will be supplied
to the Consultant by the Ministry of
Agriculture.
Construction Phase:
1. The Consultant will be expected to assist in
securing bids, in analysing bids and in
letting contracts; and will furnish adequate
engineering services for the proper control
and supervision of the project.
2. The Consultant will be expected to check
contractors estimates of work completed
and materials on site and to issue certificate
for payment.


General:
The project area consists of approximately 850 NOTICE
-acres of arable land on the former Spring Hall
group of plantations in St. Lucy, in northern Bar- PRE-QUALIFICATiON OF TENDERERS FOR
bados and includes Spring Hall, Friendship, FURTHER CONTRACTS
Mount Poyer and Chance Hall, an irregular
shaped area about 21 miles long by 1 mile wide Boxing Plant Construction and Upgrading Project
at its broadest. Much of the land is gently
undulating with slopes of 10* being quite frequent HE Banana Board invites Contractors interes-
and of 200 in stony outcrops. I ted in tendering for the construction and
The area lies within the 50 inch rainfall upgrading of banana boxing plants to register
contour. their names with the Board for pre-qualification.
The object of the project is to develop a plan The works consist of the construction of eleven
for the maximum safe exploitation of the ground- (11) new boxing plants and the upgrading of
water resources in the above region and its seventeen (17) existing boxing plants, together
surroundings for the purpose of irrigating the with the construction of water supply facilities,
area. Already there are four active wells 'in the installation of mechanical and electrical equip-
area. ment required at each plant site. The area of


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each boxing plant will be approxim tely 7,00
sq. ft. and will consist of structural steel frame-
work' wi.tT alltum.iidh cladding for rbdfing 'and

'"f %work i 1pcat in the banana growing
ara -or" J.& a^Ddon, a asb ster, St.
tri St. M ; oH'l4- and St omas
Eac contract will ,$ r f q d boxing
F of quantities (or unit price tendering will
be'tn u'Ied1 iA"t''Cobtr.hc'. *CostfrUction is ex-
cftd to start ift'ea'rly 1976. A bi b6i d bf 2%,
li a' qerfbtmaidc b6nd' dri Bank' G'tantees of
24/ ''offhp'C'ar6trAcr witd Willfbe Ieqift ed.
MiAimmnm "qittifiatibh to pfe-qualify ,' Con
tractor for'tendering ifclude:--
"'(i)C6inprifiontb "'Works of a similar
nature 'Aind magnitude.
(b) A 'V 'ticvpoA "i "'business for the
S~d~n ~,~s/qr availability to him.
"` "by"ll fage, oer uiieftnf,!fd plant'
necessary fog proper exekitio of the


d) Ividece of financial stability, viz. a
& en~iet from a Bonding Company
dI 'thit performan 1beond or
'afahtee'~ill be isslued"f6r 25% of
ti'Mttract Pri&, shbuld tK6 Contrac-
toY be ia#dedtBd^the ofitt- &
The aboveiehintio6nei "cofiacf 'il"l 'e partly
fin aled 'th ilt an'&1eV D6pfiieht Blank and
a I"llh oinly Cohtiat'Yf~im their' meiM countries
of the Caribbean Development"'B'di& "'will be
eligible to apply.
'iiMember cbntiies are:
Jamaica St. Vincent
Trinidad and TQobgo Montserrag
Bahanlas" British. Virgin Islands
duyana Cayman Islands
Barbados Turks nd Gd' cos
Antigua Islands
Belize Vene`uelI
iic C9Tombia"
Giredaii' Canada'"
St. Kitts-Nevis- United Kingdom
"Arigfilli' United State 'of
St. Lucia Amnirica ,I
Interested Contractors may obtain Forms of
Part ulars at the Office of the Consulting
En.-:c rs,, Ffol.kes, Harrison and Partners Ltd.. 1A
Oxford Road, Kingston 5, and these Forms, duly
completed should accompany applications for
registration.
Applications should be directed to the Con-
sulting Engineers, 1A Oxford Road, Kingston 5.
to reach them not later than the 8th December,
1975.


DEVELOPMENT AND FINANCE
O Ci O ACTION S. KXTIS
Tendprs for Supply of Steel Structures
1. Tenders are invited from suitably qualified
manrita3turers for the supply of struciurJl
steel' for 1a 2Q.I0 sq ft. Industrial Building
to the Developient and Finance Corpora-
tin, ;St. itt ... .


2. Tender Documents and Specifications are:
available from the Manager of the
Development and Finance Corporation,
Bassterre, St. Kitts on paynt pn "non-
returnable fee of $25.00 EG.
3. Only manufacturers or supplieqp whose.
principle place of business is in qne of the
following: -
(a) Regional member of the Caribbean
Development Bank, CDB. i..'
Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize,
British V i r g i n Islands, Cayman
Islands, Colombia, Dominica, Grenada,
Guyana, Jamaica, Montsefrat,' St.
Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla, St. -ucia. St.
Vincent, Turks and Caicos Islands,
Trinidad and Tqbago anR ye,(p zuela.
(b) Non-regiional member countries of
CDB, i.e. Canada, the United King-
dom and United States of America.
(c) Any country listed in USAID CODE
941.
4. TENDERS should be forwarded in sealed
envelope marked "TNDPERS FOR SUPPLY
OF STEEL STRUCTURES" and addressed to:
The Manager,
Development and Finance Corporation,
7 Church Street, Basseterre,
St. Kitts, West Indies.
and must arrive on or before 1st December, 1975.
5. The Development and Finance Corporationt
reserves the right not to'award the con-
tract to the lowest or any tender.

HUGH REY
Manager, Development and Finance
Corporation.


nOTI(c
Pre-qualificato*p Q* Cogracif ^r Construction
of Factory IBuning at Ponds Pasture Industrial



r HE Development and Finance Corporation, St.
r 'ltitts, invite interested contractors tO st bmit
Ipre-qiai catiot data for the' contsruction of
Iiidu% if pFdctory BTilding at Ponds 'Pasture, St.
I *tt : ,- ... -. *'
T-HE PRpJ CT WIL, INCLUDE:-
1. The construction of concrete fpupnations,
concrete block walls, concretee 'floor, and
saiitry'facilities;'
2. The erection of pre-fabricated: steel frame
building 100' X, 2(00 supplied by the
Development and, Finance Corporation,
togethefi with roofing and riin, yater foods;
3. Provision of utilities;


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4. External works including access ro4, ~jE;
age, landscape, etc.

The project is estimated to cost put
EC $500,000. (five hundred thousand dolars) and
will be financed bythei Development iadFliaM&
Corporation from a Caribbean Development Bank
roan u2ftilis USAD sll .0u_

Consideration will be limited to firms or joint
v qeiifti'ipr b:Is whose regular plac of busins
is m:-

(a) Regip lnember counties, of the ribbepa
Qgyelpmet Bae)k, OP. iq.
Antigua, ahaqpas, Barha&s, Eelip,
British Virgin Islands, Cayma, Islands,
Colombia. Romnica, CQraada, O0 ana,
Jamaica, Montseriat, St. Kitts, 'evis
Ahguilla, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Turk4 and
Caicos Islands, Triniad and Tobag and
Vehezuela.
(b) Non-regi9qal nenlp r coutries o|
CDB, i.e. `'anada, the United"Ring-
dor and United States of America.

(c) Any county listed in USAID CODE
941.
Interested firms that! have undertaken com-
parable work should submit full information to the
Manager, Development and Finance Corporation,
P.O. Box 408, Wildey, St. Michael, Barbados, W.I.
no later than 1st December, 1975.

Priced tenders for construction will be received
only from bidders wvo, hqye beep prqquaif d.
HUGH REY
Manager, Development and Fmnan~e
Corporation.

17th October, 1975.


NOTICE
Gqnm health Scholarship and Fellowship
Plan-Canadian Awards, 1976
APPLICATIONS are invited from suitabb
Qualified candidates for Scholarship under
We Comiiia viMf Sc oIshif1Thidd IloMiW
Plan tenable qi Canada.
Scholarship are open to persons who are
cit ponsi Grenada, normally resident in Grenada
or im any part of the Commonwealth other than
Canada but students ilreadly ii Caniada can apply:
However, anyone who has applied for peotnoat
admission to Canada shall not be eligible foe aa
award.
Scholarsiipp will be awarded for advance
stu-y or tesqarch leading towards a Universi
degee or similar qualifications. e4ore tki
Scholarship, a student iqust fild aBacer
Mater's degree from a recognized ivi ty,* o
some equivalent qualification. In except al case
award may be made to a graduate who wishes to
sq4uy fo .pter uQ e r r ,ute digrpe., 4or may
be made to an undergraduate it e programme
of studies he/she wishes to follow is not avail-
able in his/her own country.
The scholarship are open to meaL ap4 womeg
who will not have reached their 35th birthday By
1st October, 1976.
Applications must reach the Permanent Sec-
retary, Planning, Development and Training
Division of the Prime Minister's Office not later
than 15th November. 1975.
Applicants must state clearly-age, qualifica-
tions and intended course of study.
Fog fWu 4r iaformagion, please contact the
planing, Diveloplnent and Training Division of
thd~e re Mi&ist's Office.
Planning, Development and Training Division.
Prime Minister's Office,
St. George's.


WEST BIDIES ASSOCIATED STATES
COURT OF APPEAL
NOTICE OF SITTINGS
Pursuant to rule 5 (1) of the Court of Appeal Rules 1968 the Chief Justice has directed that
-during 1976 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 14th January 10th May 20th September
GRENADA 26th January 24th May, 29tMt September
,,L.UI 9th February 14th June 11th October
DQAnSac. 1th .1s ruar 28t1 June Igth Octpler
ANTIGUA 1st March 12th July 25th QctobQ6


S,.. C1PUSTOPHER-NEvIs-ANGUILLA


15th April


19th July


1st November


Fixtures for Montserrat and the Virgins Islands will be made as required.
By Order of the Chief Justice.


E. C. WILKINSON
Registrar, Court of Appeal-


Chief Registrq a a 4,,a
St. George's,
Grenada, West Indies.
3rd October, 1975.












392 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 13, 1975-(No. 53)

POST OFFICE
Post early for Christmas

l' RE latest, times of closing mails to ensure delivery to destination before Christmas Day are as
I. follows.

By SURFACE MAIL By AIR MAIL
DESTINATION
Letters & Prints Parcels Letters, Prints/Parcel

Great Britain .. November 24th November 24th December 12th
United States of America .. November 22nd Novemeer 22nd December 15th
Canada .. November 22.,d November 22nd December 15th
Guyana December 5th December 5th December 15th
West Indies-Associated States .. November 14th November 14th December 15th
Jamaica .. November 14th November 14th December 15th
Trinidad & Tobago December 5th December 5th December 16th
.Europe, Asia, Africa & Australia .. November o1th November 10th December 9th
Barbados December 12th December 12th December. 16th

If suitable opportunities offer, supplementary Christmas Mails will be despatched.

A. W. DEBELLOTTE
Ag. Postmaster General
General Post Office
Grenada.
21st October, 1975.





GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION
Effective as from 12th November, 1975
Advance rates payable for deliveries of Nutmegs and Mace are as follows :-

GRADE ADVANCES


Green Nutmegs .30c. per lb.

Dried Nutmegs 44c. .

Grinders (Cracked) 24c.

No. 1 Mace .. $1.40

No. 2 Mace .. 80c.

Mace Pickings ..28c. ,, ,,


Fixed by the Nutmeg Board 11th November,
Industry Ordinance.


1975 in accordance with Section 58 of the Nutmeg

ROBERT S. RENWICK
Manager.


GRENADA.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
ST. GEORGE'S
19M5.





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v.93


no.53


Act No. 21-23 of 1975




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