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GRENADA


Government


Gazette


VOL. 941 SAINT GEORGE'S, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1976 [No. 9


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


APPOINTMENTS
Board of Governors, Grenada Teachers' Colhge

No. 49.
SOVERNMENT has approved the appoint-
Sment of the following persons to serve on
the Board of Governors for the Grenada
Teachers' College for the year ending
31st December, 1976:-
Chief Education Officer-Chairman
Principal, Teachers' College-(ex-officio)
A representative of the Grenada Union of
Teachers
A representative of the Association of
Masters and Mistresses
MR. H. Me PHAIL
MR. A. REASON
MR. W. E. DOUGLAS
The Resident Tutor, Extra-Mural Depart-
ment, U.W.I.
REV. FATHER PATRICK HANNELLY.
Ministry of Education,
St. George's.
19th February, 1976.


No. 50.
r~HE Public Service Commission has appointed
1 MR. GLYN EDWARDS, Supervisor of Customs
on promotion as Assistant Comptroller of
Customs and Excise in the Port, Harbour,
Customs and Excise Division of the Ministry of
Finance, Trade and Industry with effect from
1st January, 1976.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's,
18th February, 1976.
p.s.c. 320.
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENTS
No. 51.
rPHE Public Service Commission has confirmed
L the appointment of the following officers in
the Port, Harbour, Customs and Excise Division
of the Ministry of Finance, Trade and Industry
with effect from 1st January, 1976:-
(a) MR. IVAN ARCHER, Senior Customs Officer
as Supervisor of Customs;
(b) MR. COURTENAY RENWICK, Senior Customs
Officer as Supervisor of Customs.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's,
18th February, 1976.
P.S.C. 320.


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54 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27, 1976-(No. 9)


No. 52.
rTHE Public Service Commission has confirmed
Sthe appointments of the follow ing officers in
the Accounting Division of the Ministry of
Finance, Trade and Industry with effect from the
dates indicated:
(a) Mrs. C. B. LOWHAR, Senior Executive
Officer as Assistant Accountant General
with effect from 1st August, 1974;
(b) Mr. VERNON J. Buxo, Senior Executive
Officer as an Assistant Secretary with effect
from 1st August, 1974;
(c) Mr. SEON ALEXANDER, Senior Executive
Officer a an Assistant Secretary with effect
from 5th May, 1975;
(d) Mrs. MONICA HARDING, Executive Officer as
a Senior Executive Officer with effect from
1st August, 1974;
(e) Mrs. MONICA DANIEL, Executive Officer as
a Senior Executive Officer with effect from
26th February, 1975.
Office of the Public Service Comm:ssion,
St. George's.
13th February, 1976.
P.s.c. 303.

ACTING APPOINTMENT
No. 53.
T HE Public Service Commission has appointed
MRS. MARGARET BANFIELD, Acting Secre-
tary, Ministry of Labour, Youth Development
and Sport to act as Cultural Officer in the
Ministry of Social Affairs, Community Develop-
ment and Co-operatives with effect from
23rd January, 1976 and until further notice.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. GeorgeTs,
19th February, 1976.
P.F. 2529.

VACATION LEAVE
No. 54.
MR. COURTNEY RENWICK, Supervisor of
Customs proceeded on 133 days' vacation
leave with effect from 16th February, 1976.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's,
18th February, 1976.
P.F. 440.
No. 55.
HE following document is circulated wiih and
forms part of this Gazette: -
S.R. & O. No. 2 of 1976:--The Bank Holiday
Proclamation, 1976.
27th February, 1976.

NOTICE
REGISTRATION OF DENTIST
NDER the provisions of the Medical Practi-
Stioners and Dentists' Registration Ordinance,
Cap. 185 of the Revised Laws of Grenada,
Dr. HAROLD EUGENE FINLEY, Jr., has been
registered as a Dentist in this Territory.
Ministry of Health and Housing,

1lth February, 1976.


GRENADA:

To DESMOND J. CHRISTIAN,
Attorney-General.
URSUANT to the provisions of section 73 (1)
of the Grenada Constitution Order 1973, I
hereby appoint you DESMOND J. CHRISTIAN to be
a member of the Advisory Committee on the
Prerogative of Mercy for such period as you may
hold the office of Attorney General of the
Government of Grenada.

GIVEN under my hand this 19th day of
February, 1976.

L. V. DEGALE
Governor-General.

GRENADA:

To the Hon. DAVID THEOPHILUS SYLVESTER,
Minister for Health and Housing.
PURSUANT to the provisions of section 73 (1)
of the Grenada Constitution Order, 1973, I
hereby appoint you DAVID THEOPHILUS
SYLVESTER, Minister for Health and Housing in
the Government of Grenada to be a member and
the Chairman of the Advisory Committee on the
Prerogative of Mercy.

GIVEN under my hand this 19th day of
February, 1976.

L. V. DEGALE
Governor-General.

GRENADA:

To Dr. L. M. COMMISSION,
Chief Medical Officer.
URSUANT to the provisions of section 73 (1)
I of the Grenada Constitution Order 1973,
hereby appoint you Dr. L. M. COMMISSIONG to be
a member of the Advisory Committee on the
Prerogative of Mercy for such period as you may
hold the office of Chief Medical Officer of the
Government of Grenada.

GIVEN under my hand this 19th day of
February, 1976.

L. V. DEGALE
Governor-General.

GRENADA:

To: MAJOR FRANCES BATSON.
)URSUANT to the provisions of section 73 (1)
of the Grenada Constitution Order 1973, I
hereby appoint you MAJOR FRANCES BATSON to be
a member of the Advisory Committee of the
Prerogative of Mercy for a period of one year.

GIVEN under my hand this 19th day of
February, 1976.
L. V. DEGALE
Governor-General.







GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27, 1976-(No. 9) 55


*GRENADA:

To S. A. BELFON, Esquire.
URSUANT to the provisions of section 73 (1)
of the Grenada Constitution Order 1973, i
hereby appoint you S. A. BELFON to be a member
-of the Advisory Committee of the Prerogative of
Mercy for a period of one year.
GIVEN under my hand this 19th day of
February, 1976.
L. V. DEGALE
Governor-General.

GRENADA:

To MACKLIN MUNRO, Esquire.
1)URSUANT to the provisions of section 73 (1)
Sof the Grenada Constitution Order 1973, 1
hereby appoint you MACKLIN MUNRo to be a
member of the Advisory Committee of the
Prerogative of Mercy for a period of one year.
GIVEN under my hand this 19th day of
February, 1976.
L. V. DEGALE
Governor-General.

GRENADA:


IN THE HIGH COURT
(CIVIL)
1973-No. 416.
BETWEEN
AMOS MATTHEW


OF JUSTICE



Plaintiff


ALBERT J. MITCHELL Defendant
PDURSUANT to the order of the Court made
S herein on the 27th day of September, 1974
there will be offered for sale at this office on
Friday the 5th day of March, 1976 at
12.00 o'clock noon.
ALL THAT lot piece or parcel of land situate
at Lower Capitol in the parish of Saint Andrew
in the State of Grenada containing by admeasure-
ment Two thousand nine hundred and twenty-
five (2,925) square feet English Statute Measure
and abutted and bounded as the same is
delineated and described in the plan or diagram
thereof marked "A" annexed to an Indenture
dated the 22nd day of July, 1971 and made
between Gloria Shortt of the one part and the
Defendant (therein called John Mitchell) of the
other part and recorded in the Deeds and Land
Registry of Grenada in Liber R. 11 at Page 549.
The Defendant's interest in the said property
is believed to be an estate in fee simple in
possession. The said interest is sold free from all
judgments against the Defendant so far as they are
known and subject to the usual conditions of sale
of a copy of which may be seen at this office and
to the REDUCED RESERVED PRICE of
$1,260.00.
Dated this 10th day of February, 1976.


Chief Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
Grenada.


E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar.


GRENADA:

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(CIVIL)
1974 No. 26:
BETWEEN
Grenada Co-operative Bank Ltd. Plaintiff

AND

(1) Curtis Curwen St. Bernard
(2) Geo. F. Huggins & Co. (G'da) Ltd. Defendants
BY Order made the 9th April, 1975 there will be
offered for sale at this office on Friday the
5th day of March, 1976 at 12 noon the following
properties of Curtis Curwen St. Bernard.:-
1. That lot of land at Mt. Airy in St. George
containing one acre and bounded as des-
cribed in plan annexed to Indenture dated
15th September, 1901 recorded in Grenada
Land Registry in Liber B 8 at page 421 at
RESERVE PRICE of $4,500.00.
2. That lot of land at Westerhall in St. David
containing two acres one rood three poles
or thereabouts bounded as delineated in an
Indenture dated 5th January, 1917 made
between Sir George Basil Haddon Smith
and Mary Taitt and recorded in Grenada
Deeds and Land Registry in Liber Z 7 at
page 585 at RESERVE PRICE of
$10,000.00.
3. That lot of land originally portion of Old
Westerhall Estate in St. David containing
two acres one rood three poles or there-
abouts conveyed to Jacob Alonzo Taitt by
Sir James Hayes Saddler by an Indenture
dated 7th April, 1914 and recorded in the
Grenada Deeds and Land Registry in Liber
W 7 at page 173 at RESERVE PRICE of
$9,000.00.
4. That lot of land at Hope Vale in St. George
containing one acre one rood bounded as
in plan annexed to an Indenture made
22d December, 1966 between Grenada
Sugar Factory Limited and Curtis St.
Bernard and recorded in the Grenada
Deeds and Land Registry in Liber C 11
page 240 at RESERVE PRICE of
$4,000.00.
5. That lot of land originally portion of Mt.
Airy Estate in St. George containing by
estimation one acre and bounded one side
by "Top Road" byeway second side by
Taitt's lands third side by St. Mary's
Estate fourth side lands of Cyril Slocombe
or howsoever otherwise the same may be
bounded at RESERVE PRICE of
$4,500.00.
6. That lot of land portion of Hope Vale
Estate called "St. Mary's" situate in St.
George containing 23,200 square feet and
bounded as described in plan annexed to
an Indenture made 30th June. 1969
between Grenada Sugar Factory Limited
and Curtis St. Bernard and recorded in the







56 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 20, 1976-(No. 8)


Grenada Deeds and Land Registry in
Liber M 11 at page 140 at RESERVE
PRICE of $2,000.00.
The sale is subject to the usual conditions of
sale a copy of which may be seen at this office
and the lots will be sold individually at the res-
pective reserve prices mentioned hereinabove.


Registrar's Office,
Grenada.
13th February, 1976.


E. C. WILKINSON
Ch'ef Registrar.


NOTICE

THE Government of St. Lucia proposes to
invite tenders from prequalified contractors
for the construction of a sewer tank main from
the housing development of Entrepot, Patterson
lands, and the Ravine Chabot collector systems
to pumping station No. 1 in Castries.
The project will include: -
(1) The laying of approximately 8,000 lin. ft.
of 12" diameter pipe.
(2) The laying of approximately 2,600 lin. ft.
of 6" diameter pipe.
(3) All necessary in manholes and the rein-
statement of the roads along which the
pipe line passes.
Interested firms that have satisfactorily per-
formed comparable w o r ks should submit
prequaliication data to-
BLYTH & BLYTH (West Indies)
George Gordon Building,
P.O. Box, 248,
Castries, St. Lucia.
by registered mail, with a copy to the Town
Clerk, Castries City Council, Castries, St. Lucia,
no later than 15th March, 1976.
Consideration will be limited to firms or Joint
Ventures of firms whose regular place of business
is in:-
Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, British
Virgin Islands, Canada, Ca y man Islands,
Columbia, Dominica, Federal Republic of West
Germany, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Montser-
rat, St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla, St. Lucia,. St.
Vincent, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos
Islands, United Kingdom, United States of
America, and Venezuela.
The Government of St. Lucia does not
guarantee that all applicants will be invited to
tender, and will not give any reason for not
inviting any particular firm. Tenders for the con-
struction will be received only from bidders who
have been prequallified.

GEORGE C. GIRARD
Chairman, Tenders Board.
Ministry of Finance,
Government Buildings,
Castries, St. Lucia, W.I.
5th February, 1976.


NOTICE
National Port Authority-Belize

Tenders are invited for the supply of the
following equipment for the Belize Port Authority:
(a) 2 Fork-lift trucks 4,000 lbs. capacity each
(b) 6 Fork-lift trucks 6,000 Ibs. capacity each
(c) 1 Fork-lift Side-loader 12,000 ibs. capacity
Detailed specifications for the equipment listed
above are available from the Ports Commission,
Belize Port Authority, 2 Dredge Street, Belize City,
Belize, Central America.
The closing date for receipt of tenders is
1st March, 1976.

W. H. LONGSWORTH
Harbour Master.


POLICE NOTICE

CARNIVAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
In the Town of Saint George

MONDAY, 1ST MARCH, 1976

'Jour Ouvert'-Old Mas Celebrations

BY virtue of the powers vested in me under
Section 80 (1) of the Motor Vehicles and
Road Tranc Ordinance Cap. 194, Page 2556 of
the Revised Laws of Grenada, Vol. 2, I hereby
order that on Monday, 1st March, 1976, between
the hours of 5.00 a.m. and 8.30 a.m. no motor
vehicle shall park or wait on the undermentioned
streets which will be closed to vehicular traffic:-
1. St. John's Street from its junction with
Grenville Street to its junction with
Melville Street.
2. Melville Street from its junction with
Maloney Street to its junction with Cross
and Bruce Streets.
3. Bruce Street from its junction with Melville
and Cross Streets to its junction with
Sendal Tunnel (the western entrance).
4. Sendall Tunnel from its junction with Bruce
Street to its junction with Monckton Street
(eastern entrance).
5. Cross Street from its junction with Melville
and Bruce Streets to its junction with
Halifax and Gore Streets.
6. Gore Street from its junction with Halifax
and Cross Streets to its junction with
Grenville Street.
7. Grenville Street from its junction with Gore
Street to its junction with St. John's Street.
8. Halifax Street from its junction with Church
and Young Streets to its junction with St.
John's Street.
9. Granby Street from its junction with Mel-
ville Street to its junction with Grenville
Street.
10. Hillsborough Street from its junction with
Melville Street to its junction with
Grenville Street.









GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27, 1976-(No. 9) 57


2. Parking-Buses, Taxis and other Motor
Vehicles.
Motor Vehicles will be permitted to park as
under:-
(a) Melville Street from the Gasolene
Bowser unto Queen's Park and in
Queen's Park, for-
Buses, Taxis and all other motor vehicles
travelling to the town of Saint George
from:-
River Road, Tempe, Mt. Parnassus,
Mt. Gay, La Mode, Beaulieu, Snug
Corner and all other districts along
the Grand Etang Road.
(b) Car park adjacent to the General Post
Office.
(c) Car Park: Public Officer's Tennis Court
(Government Printing Office).
(d) Carenage or Wharf Roadway for:-
Buses, Taxis and all other vehicles
travelling to the town of Saint George
from:-
Lucas Street, St. Paul's and all other
districts along the St. Paul's Road;
Tanteen, Lowthers Lane, Archibald
Avenue, Paddock, Belmont and Grand
S Anse;
4 Springs, Woodland, Woburn, Cali-
vigny and all other districts along the
Calivigny-Westerhall Road.
J. U. USEN
Commissioner of Police.
Office of the Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
3rd February, 1976.


POLICE NOTICE

Carnival Traffic Regulations in the Town of
St. George

Tuesday, 2nd March, 1976

By virtue of the powers vested in me under
section 80 (1) of the Motor Vehicle and Road
T. nAfflK tO-;naA 10A DnI [ 191 P 4 f 1t,


6. Gore Street from its junction with Halifax
and Cross Streets to its junction with
Grenville Street.
7. Grenville Street from its junction with Gore
Street to its junction with St. John's Street.
8. Halifax Street from its junction with Church
and Young Streets to its junction with
St. John's Street
9. Granby Street from its junction with Melville
Street to its junction with Grenville Street.
10. Hillsborough Street from its junction with
Melville Street to its junction with
Grenville Street.
2. PARKING-BUSES, TAXIS AND OTHER
MOTOR VEHICLES
Motor Vehicles will be permitted to park as
under: -
(a) Melville Street from its junction with
Maloney Street to Queen's Park, for-
Buses, Taxis and all other motor vehicles
travelling to the town of Saint George: -
River Road, Tempe, Mt. Parnassus,
Mt. Gay, La Mode, Beaulieu, Snug Corner
and all other districts along the Grand
Etang Road.
(b) Car Park adjacent to the Genaeal Post
Office.
(c) Car Park: Public Officer's Tennis Court
(Government Printing Office).
(d) Carenage or wharf Roadway for:-
Busses, Taxis and all other vehicles
travelling to the town of Saint George'
from: -
Lucas Street, St. Paul's and all other
districts along the St. Paul's Road:
Tanteen, Lowthers Lane, Archibald
Avenue, Paddock, Belmont and Grand
Anse;
Springs, Woodlands, Woburn, Calivigny
and all other districts along the. Calivigny-
Westerhall Road.
J. U. USEN
Commissioner, of Police.
Office of the Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
3rd February, 1976.


S I Lnalnc apo. I7t, aC u
Revised Laws of Grenada, Vol. 2, I hereby order PREQUALIFICATION NOTICE
that on Tuesday 2nd March, 1976, between the
hours of 1.00 p.m. and 7.00 p.m. no motor vehicles Expansion and Improvement of the Port of
shall park or wait on the undermentioned streets i t
which will be closed to Vehicular Traffic: Bridgeown
1. St. John's Street from its junction with INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
Grenville Street to its junction w'it LOAN NO. 277/OCBA
Melville Street.
2. Melville Street from its junction with Pre-Qualification of Contractors-Contract
Maloney Street to its junction with Cross "D"--On-Shore Facilities
and Bruce Streets.
3. Bruce Street from its junction with Melville THE Government of Barbados proposes to
Street and Cross Streets to its junction with award contracts for the Expansion and Improve-
Sendall Tunnel (the Western entrance). ment of the Port of Bridgetown (Deep Water
4. Sendall Tunnel from its junction with Bruce Harbour) which will partly be financed with a
Street to its junction with Monckton Street loan from the Inter-American Development
(the Eastern entrance). Bank.
5. Cross Street from its junction with Melville 2. The Project consists of three elements:
and Bruce Streets to its junction with (a) expansion and improvement of the
Halifax and Gore Streets. existing Deep Water Harbour includ-











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27, 1976-(No. 9)
**

ing an extension of the main wharf,
construction of a transit (container)
shed, renovation and modification of
an existing transit shed and construc-
tion of a two-storeyed Administration
Building;
(b) creation of a new Shallow Draft
Facility including the construction of
a new 513' long wharf and a new
transit shed;
(c) creation of a new Bulk Handling
Facility including the construction of
an 80' x 77' loading platform con-
nected to land with berthing/ moor-
ing. dolphins and mooring points on
land.
3. Contract "D"-On-shore Facilities--is ex-
pected to be let by August, 1976; for an
estimated- time of construction of about
17 months. Contract "D" will include:-
(i) a transit (container) shed of steel frame
construction or approved alternative
400' long by 143' wide;
(ii) a transit'shed of steel frame construc-
tion or approved alternative 400' lc:ig
by 90' wide;
(iii) modifications to an existing transit
shed over an area of approximately
5,000 square feet to create passenger
facilities, a mail centre and similar
facilities;
(iv) paying, fencing, gatehouses, grading
andsimilar site work;
(v) installation of services including:
(a) sanitary facilities
(b) potable water
(c) power,
(d) lighting
(e) telephone
(f) drainage
i. In order to be considered for pre-qualifi-
cation 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
Monetary Fund; or
(iii) developed countries which have been
declared eligible by the Bank for this
purpose.
5. This Notice relates to Contract "D" only
which will. we awarded as a single Unit-Price
Contract based on: bills of Quantities. Applica-
tions are now invited from contractors wishing
to qualify for inclusion in the Register- of
Contractors to be invited to tender for the con-
tract. Only contractors who pre-qualify will be
invited to tender.
6. Additional. information on Contract "D"
and prequalification documents and question-
naires will be: provided upon receipt- of
applications- addressed to-
The Permanent Secretary,
Port Management Division,
Prime Minister's Office,


Old Bay Street Boy's School Building,
Bridgetown,
Barbados, West Indies.
7. All completed prequalification documents
and questionnaires 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
Wednesday, 31st March, 1976.

8. All contractors will be notified in writing of
their success: or- failure to prequalify,, and success-
ful contractors will be invited by April, 1976, to
tender.

Note: The Register of Prospective Contractors
will close at 4.30, p.m. Barbados Time
on Wednesday 31st March, 1976. Appli-
cations reaching after that date and time
will be returned.


NOTICE

r'jHE attention of the public especially Liquor
I Dealers is drawn to the following provisions
of the Liquor Dealers and Excise Ordinances.

1. No person may sell or expose for sale any
intoxicating liquor without being duly
licensed so to do.

2. All licenced Liquor Dealers are required to
keep a Stock Book in the prescribed form
in which al, intoxicating liquor (with the
exception of beer and wine) received from
another dealer or. sold to another dealer
must be recorded. No liquor may be sold
to or received- by any dealer unless it is
accompanied by a permit, and all liquor
sold to any person other than another
dealer in excess of one gallon must also
be accompanied by a permit.

3. No liquor may be offered for sale below the
strength of 25% under proof.

4. Every Licenced Dealer. shall affix a sign-
board above the door, or some other
conspicuous place in front of the licenced
premises, bearing ttip name of the
Licenced Dealer, also the words, 'Licensed
to Sell Intoxicating Liquor" painted there-
o in large white' letters not FIes than. two
inches in length on a black- ground, or
black letters on a lig~ltgroundi

Officers of the Customs and-Excise Department
and', the police, will be conducting. checks on
liquor dealers to check on their licence and to
see thatthe other, requirements are fulfilled.










GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27, 1976-(No. 9) 59

NOTICE

Centres for the Cambridge G.C.E. Examinations
7th June-2nd July, 1976



IT is notified for general information that candidates will sit for the 1976 G.C.E. Examinations at the
following centres :--


Candidates entered


4395 McDonaid College Sauteurs


4396 Gienada Boys' Secondary
School St. George's


4397 Presentation College Old Fort


4398 St. Joseph's Convent,
St. George's Church Street


4399 Anglican, High School Tanteen


4400 "Seamoon Pavillion" St. Andrew's


4401 St. John's Christian
College St. John's



4402 Bishop's College Hillsborough,
Carriaccu


4403 St. David's Secondary
School St. David's


-4404 The Cony nt High School,
Grenville Grenville


4405 Civil Service Centre Tanteen


4406 Private Candidates
N.E.S.


xtamibnaitions U hit,
Ministry of Education,
T'1nteen Terrace.

5th February, 1976,


G.B.S.S.
Compound


The College and S.D.A. Comprehensive
phls 81 private candidates Nos. 98-178.


Grenada Boys' Secondary School plus 17
private candidates Nos. 196-212.

The College plus 7 private candidates
Nos. 122-128.


The Convent school plus 22 private
candidates Nos. 67-88.

The High School plus 20 private candi,
dates Nos. 90-109.

The St. Andrew's Secondary School plus
95 private candidates Nos. 118-212.


The College and St. Rose Modern Sec-
ondary School plus 52 private candidates
Nos. 196--247.


The College plus 85 private candidates
Nos. 57--141.


The School plus 36 private candidates
Nos. 68 -103.


The Convent School plus 9 private candi-
dates Nos. 86-94.

The Centre plus 3 private candidat-s
Nos. 24-26.



164 private candidate s Nos. 1-164.


Centre


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60 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27, 1976--(No. 9)


NOTICE

Vacant Post of Senior Medical Officer,
St. Vincent


APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for the vacant post of
Senior Medical Officer, Ministry of Health.
Housing, Community Development and Loca.
Government, St. Vincent.

Qualifications:
Medical qualifications registrable in the United


Applications accompanied by proof of qualifi-
cations and experience, two recent testimonials
and a recent photograph should be submitted to
the Chief Personnel Officer, Service Commissions
Department, Kingstown, St. Vincent, to reach
him not later than 15th March, 1976. Applicants
already in Government Servi:e should apply
through their re3pe:tive Governments.

NOTICE
GOVERNMENT OF GRENADA
Tenders for Supply of Road
Construction Equipment


Kingdom, including a qualification and ex- 1. The Government of Grenada invites tenders
perience in Public Health. Experience in a for the supply of equipment for road construction.
similar post in the Caribbean would be an asset Equipment to be supplied are: -
Equipment to be supplied are:-
Salary and Allowances: Two (2) -- Road rollers 6 to 8 tons
The appointment may be on a permanent and One (1) Vibrating roller 1070 KG
pensionable basis or on contract for a period of Two (2)- Portable Rock Crushers 16" x 9"
two to three years and will be subject to medical One (1)- Tractor backhoe loader with addi-
fitness. Salary $13,200 E.C., plus pay addition of tional attachments.
$900 per annum along with Overseas Service Aid Three (3) -- 6 cu. yd. short chassis dump trucks
Scheme allowances where the successful candi- One (1) -- 6 cu. yd. long chassis dump truck
date qualifies for these. If on contract 25% of Three (3) Four wheel drive off-road con-
salary is payable as gratuity on successful struction supervision vehicles.
completion. Private practice is not allowed, butCold e n hd
an allowance of 25% of salary is payable in lieu Six (6)- Cold emulsion hand spraying
thereof. A transport allowance is attached to the machines.
post. 2. Prices to be CIF, Grenada, West Indies.
3. All equipment to be made available with
Passages: two years supply of spare parts.
Free passages-in the case of a contract, return 4. Equipment to be supplied with separate
passages-will be provided for the officer, his operators, parts and workshop manuals.
wife and children not exceeding six persons in 5. All unts to be commissioned, tested and
all. Children must be under 18 years of age, delivered by the supplier or his agent in working
unmarried and dependent on the officer, order at no additional cost to the purchaser.
6. Specifications for the equipment listed above
Quarters: are available from the Permanent Secretary, Min-
If Government quarters are available these will istry of Communications and Works, Grenada
be rented to the officer at a rental not exceeding and from the Caribbean Development Bank.
12% of salary up to a maximum of $100 per 7. The Government of Grenada has received a
month. An OSAS officer will be eligible for fur- loan from the Caribbean Development Bank in
nished quarters provided by Government at a various currencies towards the cost of procure-
rental of 12%. ment of the equipment.
8. Consideration will be limited to manufac-
Leave: turers or suppliers whose principal place of
business is in one of the member countries of the
Thirty (30) working days per annum out of Caribbean Development Bank, in the USA or in
which twelve (12) working days compulsory any other eligible country. A list of ineligible
leave must be taken annually. Leave will be countries available from the Permanent Secretary,
granted only after one (1) year of resident Ministry of Communications and Works, Grenada
service. or the Caribbean Development Bank.
Duties: 9. Tenders should be forwarded in sealed
envelopes marked "Tenders for Road Construc-
The Officer is the Head of the Medical and tion Equipment" and addressed, to the Chair-
Health Department and will be required to advise man, Tenders Board, Prime Minister's Office,
the Minister of Health on all medical and public St. George's, Grenada, W.I., and must arrive not
health matters in the State, including the or- later than 12.00 noon, on Monday, March 1, 1976.
ganisation and supervision of all Medical 10. The Government of Grenada reserves the
Institutions and District Health and Medical
Services; also to carry out such other duties not right not to award the contract for the supply of
inconsistent with those of the post which may be equipment to the lowest or any tenderer.
assigned to him by his Ministry. 31st January, 1976.








GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27, 1976-(No. 9)


NOTICE

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

It is hereby notified for general information that
in pursuance of the power vested in Him under
the Land Acquisition Ordinance (Cap. 153) the
Governor-General acting in accordance with the
advice of the Cabinet has been pleased to appoint
Mr. Edmund Lessey to be the Authorised Officer
for the purpose of the acquisition of the lot of
land mentioned and described in the Schedule
hereto:

SCHEDULE

All that lot, piece or portion of land containing
by estimation Eighteen (18) acres in area, more or
less situated at Mt. Reuil in the Parish of Saint
Patrick owned by Mr. Franco Thomas.
The said lot is bounded as follows:
On the North by lands of Zino English and
Alfred De Gale
On the South by lands of Me Intosh
On the East by lands of the De Gales and
John Albert
On the West by lands of Mt. Reuil estate,
Dr. E. Friday and Mr Walker.
Dated this 19th day of February, 1976.

G. A. BRATHWAITE
Acting Secretary to the Cabinet.

NOTICE

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

AND

In the Matter of a Declaration by the Governor-
General that a lot of land situated at
Mt. Reuil in the parish of Saint Patrick in
Grenada is to be acquired for a public
purpose.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND

(SECOND PUBLICATION)

WHEREAS it is provided in effect by Sec-
tion 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
(Cap. 153) of the Revised Laws of Grenada that
if the Governor-General acting in accordance
with the advice of the Cabinet considers that any
land should be acquired for a public purpose HE
may cause a declaration to that effect to be made.

AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Gover-
nor-General acting as aforesaid that the land
mentioned and described in the schedule hereto
should be acquired -fr a public purpose, to wit,
for the establishment of-a Land Settlement.
Now, TiHREFOR, it is hereby declared by the
Governor-General acting in accordance with the
advice of the Cabinet of Grenada that upon the
Second Publication of this declaration in the


Gazette, the land mentioned and described in the
schedule hereto, shall be acquired for the above-
mentioned purpose and shall vest absolutely in
the Crown.

SCHEDULE

All that lot, piece or portion of land containing
by estimation Eighteen (18) acres in area, more or
less situated at Mt. Reuil in the Parish of Saint
Patrick owned by Mr. Franco Thomas.
The said lot is bounded as follows:
On the North by lands of Zino English and
Alfred De Gale
On the South by lands of Me Intosh
On the East by lands of the De Gales and
John Albert
On the West by lands of Mt. Reuil estate,
Dr. E. Friday and Mr Walker.
Dated this 19th day of February, 1976.

G. A. BRATHWAITE
Acting Secretary to the Cabinet.


NOTICE

GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF
ZAMBIA

Ministry of Health

NURSE TUTORS

Qualifications:
Men or single women under 45 years of age,
must be SRN and Registered Nurse Tutos
(in the case of women candidates, S C M would
also be desirable).
Duties:
1. Classroom teaching and demonstrating nurs-
ing practice, both in training school and in
hospital wards and departments.
2. Reporting to Principal Tutor on effects of
teaching.
3. Interviewing students and pupils nurses on
behalf of the Principal Tutor.
S4. Assessing the progress of student and pupil
nurses in consultation with Clinical
Instructors and reporting thereon to the
Principal Tutor.
Terms of Appointment:
The posts are on contract with the Government
of Zambia for one tour of 24 to 36 months, but
the minimum tour to earn a gratuity is 30 months.
Gratuity:
On satisfactory completion of the minimum
tour of 30 months a gratuity of 25% of gross
emoluments is paid.
Leave:
Overseas vacation leave on full pay .on satis-
factory completion of contract is granted at the
rate of three days for each completed month of
resident service, less and leave taken locally.









62 GOVERNMENTT GAZETTE, FEBRUiARY 2T, 1976 -(O 0


. Government. housing, heav%.yinritur, n1)
will be provided at a rental of 12%. ,of basic
salary.
Passages: free return passages by air, subject to
satisfactory completion of the contract will be
provided .
Salary: K3600 to K4596 p.a.-entry on this scale
is according to experience. (KI=65p). v

NOTICE
GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF
ZAMBIA
Ministry of Health
i
CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR a
ii
Applicants who will be single women, for the
post of Clinical Instructor in the Ministry of
Health should possess S R N and Clinical V
Instructor certificates. e
The duties will be supervising and instructing
Registered Nurses in the wards and teaching pupil
Zambian Enrolled Nurses in both theory and f
practical. a
I
Vacancies exists at Kitwe, Livingstone, Kabwe, t
Mbereshi and Chitambo.
The salary scale MS/14 is K3600
K3756
K3912
K4080
K4248 s
K4416 t
K4596
and the entry point to this scale is determined on
the amount of post qualification experience. e
(KI=65p sterling). a
Gratuity-25% of salary after thirty months.
Furnished Accommodation at 121% of basic f
salary. a
Leave-three days monthly, accruable.
Passages and Baggage Allowance paid both
ways for candidate.
Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Paediatrics.
Terms of Appointment: s
Posts are on contract with the'Government of c
Zambia for one tour of 24 to 36 months, but the
minimum tour to earn a gratuity is 30 months. k
Gratuity: I
On satisfactory completion of the minimum I
tour of 30 months a gratuity of 25% of gross
emoluments is paid.
Leave:
Overseas vacation leave on full pay on satis-
factory completion of contract is granted at the
rate of three days for each completed month of
resident service, less any leave taken locally.
Quarters:
Government housing, (heavy furniture only) will I
be provided at a rental of 12t% of basic salary.
Passages:
Free return passages by air, subject to satis-
.factory completion of, the contract will be
providedd .
Salary:
K5136-to K6540 p.a.-entry on this scale is .
according to experience. I
(KI=65), plus K2,000 non Private Practice 1
Allowance.


"CAReBBEAN AVIATION TRAIINGIN
INSTITUTE

Vacancy Announcements
-. ': --- _ --
Applications are invited for the following posts
vith the Caribbean Aviation Training Institute:
Post 10-07: Co-Chief Flying Instructor
Salary: 21,600 x 504-23,616 TT $ per annum.
Duties: Develop Flying Training Instruction
'rogrammes-Instruct Student Pilots in flying,
SB initio to Commercial Pilot (Instrument
(ating) standards-assist in the selection of
instructional staff-prepare training curricula
nd train flight instructors-supervise flying
instruction.
Basic Qualifications: Commercial Pilot's Licence
vith valid Instructor and Instrument Rating-
xtensive recent experience as a flying instructor
.t an approved Flying Training School.
Desirable: Experience as an approved examiner
or the issue of Pilots' Licences and of instructor
nd Instrument Ratings--experience as Chief
lying Instructor at an approved Flying Training
school.
Post 10-08: Flying Instructor (Three Required)
Salary: 18,384 x 408-20,016 TT $ per annum.
Duties: To instruct student pilots in flying, A B
nitio to commercial pilot with instrument rating
tandards-to prepare training material for flying
raining.
Basic Qualifications: Commercial Pilot's Licence
vith valid instructor and instrument ratings-
xtensive recent experience as a flying instructor
it an approved Flying Training School.
Desirable: Experience as an approved examiner
or the issue of Pilots- Licenses and Instructor
ind Instrument Rating.
Post 10-15: Ground Pilot Instructor
Salary: 17,004 x 360-18,444 TT $ per month.
Duties: To develop programmes for and imple-
nent ground training for pilots-to instruct in
subjects required to obtain Private and Commer-
ial Pilots' Licences.
Basic Qualifications: Successful completion of
knowledgee examinations for Airline Transport,
ilot (Ground) Instructor, or Air Traffic Control
instructor.
Desirable: Experience as flight crew member.
Post 10-18: Co-Chief Aircraft Maintenance
Instructor
Salary: 19,108 x 408-20,740 TT-$ per month.
Ditiis: Develop aircraft maintenance training
programmes-instruct maintenance A B initio: to
'ully qualified Airworthiness Technical Officers-
assist in the selection of Aircraft Maintenance
.nstructors-prepare training: Curricula, and train
V1Iintenarine Instructors-advise on the planning,
organizations and administration of, the Aircraft
Mainteriance Branch of the Institute-supervise
:he aircraft maintenance instruction at the
Institute.
Basic Qualifications: Recogznized professional
qualifications-extensive experience" in a senior
level in aeronautical engineering-extensive recent
experience as an Airworthiness Instructor at an
approved training school.










GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27, 1976-4(NO.x9)


.Desirable: Experience as an approved national
examiner' for the issue of Maintenance Personnel
Licences--experience :as Chief-'Aircraft Main-
tenance~: Instructor at-' an approved training
establishment
Post 10-19: Aiciraft Mainitenance Instructor
Salary: 17,724 x 360-19,164 TT $ per annum.
Duties: To instruct aircraft maintenance per-
sonnel A B initio to fully qualified Airworthiness
Technical Officers-advise on the organization
and administration of the repair, overhaul and
maintenance of institute aircraft.
Basic Qualifications: Recognized professional
qualifications-experience in aircraft maintenance
and engineering-extensive recent experience as
an Aircraft Maintenance Instructor at an approved
training school.
Post 15-01: Bursar
Salary: $17,004 x 360-$18,444 TT$ per annum.
Duties: Responsible to the Principal for the
financial and general administration of the
Institute and, in particular those duties as set out
in chapter 3 of the Financial Regulations of the
Caribbean Aviation Training Institute.
Basic Qualifications: Degree in business
administration or equivalent qualifications and
experience.
Desirable: Experience in the administration of
the finances etc. of a large recognized organisation.
Preparation of Budgets etc. Aviation experience
as aircrew desirable.
Post 10-14: Meteorology Instructor
Salary: 19,108 x 408-20,740 TT $ per annum.
Duties: A) To develop Met training instruction
programmes.
B) To instruct Pilot and air Traffic
Control students in Meteorology to the
required standard.
C) To prepare training material.
D) To provide Met. Briefing to
students etc.
Qualifications: Graduate ofapproved Meteoro-
logical Training Course.
Post 10-26: Aircraft Engineer
Salary: 17,724 x 360-20,168 TT $ per annum.
Duties: To ensure that the aircraft and aircraft
maintenance equip nent operated by the Institute
are well maintained at all times and in accordance
-with the relevant Civil Aviation Laws, Regula-
tions, etc. of the Trinidad & Tobago Government.
Basic Qualifications: Holder of a current Air-
craft Maintenance Engin-er's Licence issued in
any of the Participating States of the Institute and
endorsed in Categories "A" for Sessna single
engine variants, Cessna 310 variants and "C"
for Lyconling and Continental engine variants-a
UK Aircraft Maintenance Engineer's Licence
with similar endorsement to the above is
also acceptable. Holders of USA, Canadian and


other aircraft maintenance, engineers' 1 icences of
equivalent qualifiegtionswiJ~ required to obtain
Trinidad and Tobago aircraft maintenance
engineeis'Jicences jittiap3ropa 4r endorsement.
Desirable: At least-3, years' experience as
Maintenance Engineer working, in an ,approved
aircraft maintenance organization maintaining
either single or multi-engine aircraft.
Post 15-02: Chief Accountant
Salary: 15,564 x 360-17,004 TT $ per annum.
Duties: Maintenance of control accounts-pre-
paration of accounting reports and the keeping of
records.
Basic Qualifications: C.A., A.C.C.A, or equiv-
alent-accounting and auditing experience.
Desirable: Supervisory experience and ability
to prepare financial statements.

General

Conditions of Employment 3 year contract
subject to renewal if agreeable both parties-
travelling allowance of TT$120 monthly if
necessary to own and operate a motor vehicle for
the efficient performance of duties-car loan
TT $5,000 @ 5% interest-vacation leave 30 work-
ing days and sick leave up to 14 days per annum-
contributory pension and hospitalization and
medical insurance plans under consideration.
Additional benefits if recruited outside Trinidad
and Tobago-air travel for appointee and family
-transportation of personal effects subject to
pertinent regulations-installation and repatria-
tion grants of TT $1,500 single, TT $2,100
married, plus TT $300 first and second children-
housing allowance of 20% of salary.
Closing Date Applications must be received
by February 15, 1976.
How to Apply -Application blanks may be
obtained from:
The Project Manager,
Caribbean Aviation Training Institute,
1st Floor, Salvatori Building,
Frederick Street,
Port of Spain-Trinidad-W.I.
Completed forms to be mailed to:
The Project Manager,
Caribbean Aviation Training Institute,
P.O. Box 883, Port of Spain, Trinidad, W.I.
Note: Receipt of suitable applications will: be
acknowledged.
Languages-Command of the English Language
with knowledge of the Dutch, French and'Spanish
languages desirable.
Nationality-Citizen of one of the following
States or Territories: Antigua, Barbados, Belize,
British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Grpnada,
Guyana, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles,
SSt. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla, St. Lucia, Surinam,
-Trinidad and Tobago.


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64 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27. 1976-(No. 9)

UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT Besides, he will be required to do professional
PROGRAMME liason-work between the Project and the partici-
pating governments in the Eastern Caribbean.
The Morne, Castries, St. Lucia The United Nations Development Programme,
Physical Planning Project in St. Lucia has the
APPLICATIONS are invited from among main target of completing the National Physical
suitably qualified candidates and who are Development Plans for the above islands by
from the West Indies for the following positions December, 1976. The Co-Manager should be of
of counterpart professionals in the United such qualification, leadership and experience as
Nations Development Programme, Physical to continue the Eastern Caribbean Regional
Planning Project, located in St. Lucia, and Planning functions beyond the life of the current
currently preparing physical development plans Project. The Co-Manager shall collaborate with
for ten islands: St. Lucia, Antigua, British the Project Manager of the United Nations
Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica Development Programme in the technical,
Grenada, Montserrat St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla, administrative direction of the Project and should
St. Vincent, and Turks and Caicos. be able to deal with all administrative and
Resumes with complete information on management problems directly concerning the
age, qualifications, experience, references etc., counterpart professionals and the Project in
should be submitted to the Project Manager, general. Salary at EC $1,500 per month plus
UNDP Physical Planning Project, Castries St. EC $300 conveyance allowance. The local income
Lucia on or before the 29th February, 1976. tax payable by the candidate shall be reimbursed
All appointments mentioned below will be by by the Project.
contract and initially for a period of one year. 2. Principal Planner-The candidate should
The post of Co-manager and some others are have a degree in Engineering/ Architecture/
likely to continue. The appointment is terminable or Planning with creditable professional planning
by one month notice on either side. Counterpart experience in a regional or city planning
professionals shall work with the UN Experts as organization. Salary EC $1,200 per month plus
assigned by the Project Manager/Co-Manager. EC $200 conveyance allowance.
1. Project Co-Manager-The candidate for this 3. C i v il Engineering Planner-Candidate
position should have a degree in Engineering/ should have a degree in Civil Engineering with
Architecture/Planning/Economic or Sociology experience in planning and design of Public
with extensive supervisory and managerial ex- Works, such as water supply, drainage, roads,
perience in the department of comprehensive and building works. Salary EC $1,200 plus
economic and or physical development plans and conveyance allowance EC $200 per month.
or implementation of development programmes. 4. Economist-The candidate should have a
Experience in a developing country will be an degree in Economics with special reference to
added qualification. The Co-Manager shall be Socio-economic development planning and related
responsible for supervision and management of practical experience. Salary EC $1,100 per month
all counterpart professionals and trainees. plus-EC $200 conveyance allowance.





WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED STATES

COURT OF APPEAL

NOTICE OF SrITNGS
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. VINCBNT 10th May 20th September
GRENADA 24th May 29th September
ST. LUCIA 14th June 11th October
DOMINICA 28th June 18th October
ANTIGUA 1st March 12th July 25th October
ST. CHRISTOPHER-NEVIS-ANGUILLA 15th April 19th July Ist November
wFigures, 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 Registrar's Chambers,
St George's,
Grenada, West Indies.
3rd October, 1975.









GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27, 1976-(No. 9)

NOTICE


It is hereby notified for general information that the prices of saleable
have been increased as follows with effect from 1st January, 1976:-


Yearly Gazette Subscriptions
Half-yearly Gazette Subscriptions
Single Copies
Annual Overseas Trade Report
Annual Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure
Annual Volumes of Laws of Grenada
Customs Tariff
Rules of the Supreme Court, 1970
Departmental Reports
Audit Reports
Budget Speech
Throne Speech
Nutmeg Producers' Book
Liquor Dealers Stock Book
Grenada Consti'ution, 1974
Acts and S.R.O's


Supreme Court Suit Notice Published in the Gazel t.

Ministry of Finance, Trade and Industry.
15th January, 1976


Government publications


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UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCES ORDINANCE, CAP. 167

NOTICE OF SITTING OF LICENSING BOARD

SAINT ANDREW

NOTICE is hereby given that the quarterly Licensing Session of the Licensing Board for the
District of Saint Andrew will be held at the Magistrate's Court, Grenville, St. Andrew's on Thursday,
the 18th March, 1976 at 9.00 o'clock in the forenoon for the purpose of granting Licenses, renewal
of Licenses, transfers of License etc. Under the provision of the above Ordinance.

Particulars of Application for New Certificates


No. Name of Applicant Occupation Residence Description of Premises


1. Cecilia James Shopkeeper Gladstone Road Wall Building
2. Joslyn Thomas Housewife Paraclete Wall Building
3. Edward Anderson Proprietor- Birchgrove Wooden Building
4. Joseph Charles Shopkeeper corner of Jubilee and
Albert Street, Grenville Wooden Building
5. Roosevelt E. Walber .Shopkeeper Albert Street Wall Building
6. De Costa N. Courtney Shopkeeper Canal Road Wall Building'
7. De Costa N. Courtney Shopkeeper Fish Market Wooden Building


GEORGE FREDERICK
Magistrate's Court, Magistrate Clerk, Grenville.
Grenville,
St. Andrew's.
12th February, 1976.










66 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27, 1976-(No. 9)

GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION
Effective as from 18th February, 1976
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


Fixed by the Nutmeg Board 17th February,
Industry Ordinance.


ADVANCES


24c. per lb.

36c. ,,,,

S20c. ,,,,

$1.208 ,,

68c. ,, ,,

24c. ,,


1976 in accordance with Section 58 of the Nutmeg

ROBERT S. RENWICK
Manager.


GRENADA.

PRINTED BY THE GOVEIBMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
ST. GEORGE'S.
1976.





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