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Publication Date: April 9, 1976
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GRENADA


Government


Gazette


pnl4ished bg Anthorit

VOL. 941 SAINT GEORGE'S, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1976 [No. 16


GOVERNMENT NOTICES minute in shorthand. Preference will be given to
persons with 'O' level passes in English and
No. 79. Mathematics/Physics and with experience in
The following Acts which have been assented secretarial duties.
to by His Excellency the Governor-General are Salary:; EDS $5,000-$6,400 (net per annum)
published with this issue of the Gazette: plus allowance. Qualifications and experience will
3 of 1 :-The F s (Am nt) determine the point of entry in the salary scale.
No. 3 of 1976:-The Firearms (Amendment) Applications stating age, nationality, education,
Act, 1976. qualifications and two references should reach
No. 4 of 1976:-The Loan (Development) the Project Manager, UNDP/WMO Project,
Act, 1976. Caribbean Met. Institute, P.O. Box 130, Bridge-
Copies of these Acts may be seen at the Prime town, Barbados, not later than 30th April, 1976.
Minister's Office, the Public Library, the Treasury,
District Revenue Offices and Police Stations. NOTICE
9th April, 1976. CARIBBEAN METEOROLOGICAL INSTI.
No. 80. TUTE
The following document is circulated with and Vacancy Notice: Chief Technical Officer
forms part of this Gazette:--
forms p of this Gaze Applications are mvited from suitably qualified
S.R. & O. No. 3 of 1976:-The Bank Holiday persons for the post of CHIEF TECHNICAL OFFICER
Proclamation, 1976. at the Caribbean Meteorological Institute in Bar-
9th April, 1976. bados. The Institute is a regional institution of
fourteen countries of the Caribbean Meteoro-
UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PRO- logical Organization.
GRAMME/WORLD METEOROLOGICAL Duties:
ORGANIZATION As Head of the Instruments Section of the
Project for Advanced Training in Meteorology Institute, the Chief Technical Officer will plan,
Project for Advanced Training in Meteorology direct and participate in the execution of the
Caribbean Meteorological Institute work of the Section the functions of which
VACANCY include:
(i) The maintenance of the Institute's electronic


Applications are invited for the post of Secre-
tary in the above mentioned Project.
Applicants must possess minimum speed of
45 words per minute in typing and 100 words per


equipment which include a 10 cm weather
radar, weather facsimile and meteorolog-
ical satellite receiving installations, voice
telecommunications equipment.


$ as 1 3 ~ s B

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 9, 1976-(No. 16)


(ii) A supervisory maintenance responsibility
for five other similar weather radars in
the Caribbean.
(iii) the repair and calibration of meteorolog-
ical surface observing equipment.
(iv) The training of radar and meteorological
instrument technicians.
(v) The fabrication of experimental equipment
for use by other sections (agrometeorology,
climatology, hydrometeorology, meteoro-
logy) of the Institute.
Qualifications:
Applicants should hold a degree of at least
master's level in the field of electrical engineering
with a major in electronics. Practical experience
in the field of radar is essential and experience in
the maintenance and design of electronic equip-
ment would be an asset.
Appointment:
The successful applicant will be appointed to
a post at the level of Lecturer with conditions of
service similar to those of the University of the
West Indies. A contributory pension scheme is
being established. The salary scale is:
BDS $16,500 x 774-21,144 (BAR) x 774-25,788
with 7.5% increases effective on 1st August,
1976 and 1977.
Applications should be addressed to the Prin-
cipal, Caribbean Meteorological Institute, P.O.
Box 130, Bridgetown, Barbados to reach him not
later than 18th June, 1976.
23rd March, 1976.

PRESS NOTICE

Meteorological and Air Traffic Control Cadets

Applications are invited from suitably qualified
persons to fill the abovementioned posts.
Applicants should not be less than 17 years of
age and not more than 23 and should possess
passes in the G.C.E. Examination in at least
English, Mathematics and/or Physics.
The ability to speak clearly and concisely,
mental alertness and a genuine interest in
Meteorological and Air Traffic Control Work are
desirable qualities.
Successful applicants would be required to
undergo training at the Meteorological Institute
at Barbados and at Air Traffic Control School in
Trinidad.
The posts which are pensionable, carry a salary
in the scale $2544 x 120-3624/3744 x 120-
3984 x 180-4164. On the successful completion
of the Air Traffic Control Course, candidates
would be eligible for appointment as Air Traffic
Control Officers in the scale H T1 5424 x 180-
5964 x 216-6396.
Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Personnel Officer, Public Service Commission,
St. George's to reach her by Wednesday
14th April, 1976.

Ministry of Communications and Works,
St. George's.
9th March, 1976.


NOTICE

Applications are invited from suitably qualified
persons for possible selection for:--
(a) Pilot training; and
(b) Aircraft Maintenance Training
at the Caribbean Aviation Training Institute
(CATI) Trinidad.
Applicants should not be less than 18 years of
age at time of application and should possess 5
G.C.E. "O" Levels including Mathematics,
English and one science subject preferably
Physics.
Applications on the prescribed forms, which
are obtainable from the Ministry of Communica-
tions and Works, Grenada should be addressed
to the Chief Personnel Officer, Public Service
Commission St. George's to reach her not later
than 15th April, 1976 for subsequent transmission
to the CATI Rating board.


PRE-QUALIFICATION NOTICE

Expansion and Improvement of the Port of
Bridgetown

INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
LOAN NO. 277/OC-BA

Pre-Qualification of Contractors-Contract "C'
Administration Building

THE Government of Barbados proposes to award
contracts for the Expans'on 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) expansion and improvement of the
existing Deep Water Harbour including
an extension of the main wharf, con-
struction of a transit (container) shed,
renovation and modification of an
existing transit shed and construction
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 connected to land
with berthing/mooring dolphins and
mooring points on land.
3. It is expected that Contract "C" Adminis-
tration Building -will be let by October 1976 for
an estimated time of construction of about
15 months. Contract "C" will include the con-
construction of an Administration Building as
follows :-
(i) two-storeyed reinforced concrete or steel
frame structure ;
(ii) total floor area on two floors (Ground
Floor and First Floor) approximately
35,000 square feet, with main dimensions
175' long by 100' wide ;


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 9, 1976-(No. 16) 11i


(iii) partitioning into offices,
and public areas ;
(iv) services to connections
include :
(a) potable water
(b) sanitary facilities
(c) power
(d) lighting
(e) telephone


working areas | GRENADA:


by others to


(f) central air-conditioning for part of
the Building ;
(v) miscellaneous other related works.

4. In order to be considered for pre-qualification
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 "C" only
which will be awarded as a single Contract based
on a combination of Unit Prices and Lump sums.
Applications are now invited from contractors
wishing to qualify for inclusion in the Register of
Contractors to be invited to tender for the contract.
Only contractors who pre-qualify will be invited
to tender.

6. Additional information on Contract "C"
and prequalification documents and questionnaires
will be provided upon receipt of applications
addressed to-

The Permanent Secretary,
Port Management Division,
Prime Minister's Office,
Old Bay Street Boys' 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 26th May, 1976.

8. All contractors will be notified in writing of
their success or failure to prequalify, and successful
contractors will be invited by July, 1976, to tender.

NOTE : The Register of Prospective Contractors
will close at 4.30 p.m. Barbados Time
on Wednesday, 26th May, 1976. Appli-
cations reaching after that date and time
will be returned.


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

Y Order made the 9th day of April, 1975 there
will be offered for sale at this office on Friday
23rd day of April, 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 de-
scribed 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 $4,050.00.
2. 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
at page 240 at REDUCED RESERVE
PRICE of $3,600.
3. 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 REDUCED RESERVE
PRICE of $4,050.00.
4. 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
Grenada Deeds and Land Registry in
Liber M 11 at page 140 at REDUCED
RESERVE PRICE of $1,800.00.
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
respective reserve prices mentioned hereinabove.

E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar.


Registrar's Office,
Grenada.
24th March, 1976.










GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 9, 1976-(No. 16)


POST OFFICE NOTICE

The public is hereby notified that a Second
Grenada Issue of Stamps to Commemorate the
"Bi Centenary of The American Revolution", will
be released at the General Post Office on Thurs-
day 15th April, 1976.
Denominations are , 1, 2, 350, 500, $1.00
and $3.00. Souvenir Sheets at $2.75 each 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.
7th April, 1976.


NOTICE

In 'the matter of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
(Cap. 153)

It is hereby notified for general information
that, in pursuance of the powers vested in Him
under the Land Acquisition Ordinance (Cap. 153),
the Governor-General acting in accordance with
the advice of the Cabinet of Grenada has been
pleased to appoint Mr. Sylvester Sandy 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 contain-
ing by estimation 25 acres situate at Grand Anse
in the parish of St George and owned by
Grand Anse Estate Ltd. The said lot is bounded
as follows-
On the North by the Grand Anse/Calliste main
road, starting from the True Blue roundabout to
a fence about 2000' along the main road;
On the South by lands believed to be owned
by or under the control of Holiday Services;
On the East by other lands of Grand Anse
Estate Limited;
On the West by the True Blue Development or
howsoever the same may be abutted, bounded,
known or described.
Dated this 8th day of April, 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 certain lands situate at Grand
Anse in the parish of St. George in


Grenada owned by the Grand Anse Estates
Limited is to be acquired for a public
purpose.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND
(FIRST PUBLICATION)

WHEREAS it is provided in effect by section 3
of the Land Acquisition Ordinance (Cap. 153) of
the Revised Laws of Grenada that if the Gover-
noor-General acting in accordance with the advice
of the Cabinet of Grenada 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 for a public purpose, to wit,
a communal pasture.
Now, THEREFORE, 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 contain-
ing by estimation 25 acres situate at Grand Anse
in the parish of St. George and owned by
Grand Anse Estate Ltd. The said lot is bounded
as follows-
On the North by the Grand Anse/Calliste main
road, starting from the True Blue roundabout to
a fence about 2000' along the main road;
On the South by lands believed to be owned
by or under the control of Holiday Services;
On the East by other lands of Grand Anse
Estate Limited;
On the West by the True Blue Development or
howsoever the same may be abutted, bounded,
known or described.
Dated this 8th day of April, 1976.

G. A. BRATHWAITE
Acting Secretary to the Cabinet.


NOTICE

NOTICE TO IMPORTERS

The following are Negative Lists A and B,
indicating the commodities for which Specific
Licences must be obtained before these items
may be imported.
NEGATIVE LIST "A"
1. Arms and Ammunition
2. Fireworks and Explosives
3. Gold Bullion and all other gold
4, Bread, cakes and Pastries
5. Corn (all kinds)
6. Oils and Fats: all vegetable, animal,
marine fats and oils, edible and inedible
including manufactured products derived










GOVERNMENT GAZEWIRT, APRIL 9;,-976-No7 I6)1 115


from oils and fats such as margarine lard
substitutes and soap
Ice Cream and ingredients for the making
of ice cream
Meats (all kinds)
Rice
Sugar
Goods originiat -g in the Communist
countries
Goods originating in South Africa
Beer and Malt
Milk and Milk Products (chocolate etc.)
Christmas Trees
Television Sets
Fish (all kinds)
Grapes
Apples
Pears
Prunes
Currants
Raisins
Mixed Peel
NEGATIVE LIST "B"
(CARICOM Agricultural List)
Carrots
Tomatoes
Cabbage


4. Okra
5. Peas (all kinds)
6. Beans (all kinds)
7. Black Pepper
8. Sweet Pepper
9. Garlic
10. Onions
11. Potatoes ((sweet)
12. Potatoes (not sweet)
13. Plantains
14. Fresh Oranges
15. Pineapples
16. Fresh Grapefruit
17. Peanuts
18. Groundnuts
19. Cashew Nuts
20. Eggs
21. Poultry Meat
22. Chicken Feed
23. Pigs Feed
24. Pork and Pork Products
25. Molasses
26. Spices (all kinds)
27. Jams and Jellies
28. Mixed Vegetables

Ministry of Finance, Trade and Industry,
April 1, 1976.


WEST INDIES 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 10th May 20th Seotember


24th May
14th June
28th June


ANTIGUA 1st March 12th July
ST. CHRISTOPHER-NEVIS-ANGUILLA 15th April 19th July
Fixtures for Montserrat and the Virgins Islands will be made as required.


29th September
Slth October
18th October
25th October
Ist November


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.


GRENADA
ST. LUCIA
DOMINICA


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Our Ref: ECCA 32


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES

31st August, 1975


LIABILITIES


ASSETS


DEMAND LIABILITIES :

Notes in Circulation ...
Coin in Circulation
Bankers' Deposit ...
Bankers' Balances
Unpresented Cheques
International Organisations


EC $
41,631,759
5,653,899
42,618,393
4,845,385
6,807
1,094,844


GENERAL RESERVE
OTHER LIABILITIES


EC$





95,821,087




6,654,016
7,926,659


EXTERNAL ASSETS :

Current Account and Money at call in London
United Kingdom Treasury Bills ...
Other United Kingdom Government Securities
Regional Currencies ......
Bankers' Balances... .


EC $
62,567,668
4,747.932
22,161,805
1,909,264
609,473


EC$


91,996,142


LOCAL ASSETS :


Government Debentures
Treasury Bills ...
Other Assets ...


... ... ... 7, 8,159
... ... ... 8,722,720
... ... ... 2,484,741


110,411,762


18,415,620

110,411,762


CECIL A. JACOBS
Managing Director.


[Proportion of External assets to demand liabilities 96.01%]












27th November, 1975.


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES

31st July, 1975


LIABILITIES


ASSETS


DEMAND LIABILITIES

Notes in Circulation ...
Coin in Circulation ...
Bankers' Deposit ...
Bankers' Balances ...
Unpresented Cheques ...
International Organisations


GENERAL RESERVE
OTHER LIABILITIES


EC $
42,010,406
5,655,375
39,427,457
1,852,497
76,666
1,863,738


EC $




90,886,139


6,664,016
7,672,446

105,222,601


EXTERNAL ASSETS:

Current Account and Money at call in London
United Kingdom Treasury Bills ...
Other United Kingdom Government Securities
Regional Currencies ......
Bankers' Balances ......

LOCAL ASSETS


Government Debentures
Treasury Bills ...
Other Assets ...


EC$
57,741,299
4,753,463
21,999,739
1,521,288
772,555


... ... ... 7,208,159
... ... ... 8,722,720
2,503,378


105,222,691

CECIL A JACOBS
Managing Director.


[Proportion of External assets to demand liabilities 95.49%]


EC$




86,788,344


18,434,257


Our Ref : ECCA 32,



















Our Ref: ECCA 32


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES

30th September, 1975


LIABILITIES


DEMAND LIABILITIES

Notes in Circulation
Coin in Circulation ...
Bankers' Deposit ...
Bankers' Balances ...
Unpresented Cheques ...
International Organisations


EC$
40,825,889
5,662,217
43,425,474
9,674,222
10,014
2.013,561


EC$




101,611,377


EXTERNAL ASSETS:

Current Account and Money at call in London
United Kingdom Treasury Bills
Other United Kingdom Government Securities
Regional Currencies... .
Bankers' Balances ......


LOCAL ASSETS


GENERAL RESERVE
OTHER LIABILITIES


6,664,016
8,675,965

116,951,358


Government Debentures
Treasury Bills
Other Assets


... ... ... 7,208,159
9,457,720
... ... ... 2,370,611 19,036,490

116,951,358


CECIL A JACOBS
Managing Director.


[Proportion of External assets to demand liabilities 96.36%]


ASSETS


EC $
68.387,620
4,758,584
22,153,598
1,955,163
659,903


EC $





97,914,868












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 9, 1976-(No. 16) 119

NOTICE

UNDER THE TAXES MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE
(CAP. 290)


Appeals Against Assessments for Land and
House Tax 1976


TAKE NOTICE that a copy of the TAX ROLL for each District is available for inspection
by the public at the appropriate District Revenue Office and that the days and places fixed by
each Magistrate for the hearing of appeals against assessments are as follows:-


DISTRICT

ST. GEORGE'S
ST. JOHN'S
ST. MARK'S
ST. PATRICK'S
ST. ANDREW'S
ST. DAVID'S


PLACE

Magistrate's Court, St. Georges
Magistrate's Court, Gouyave
Magistrate's Court, Victoria
Magistrate's Court, Sauteurs
Magistrate's Court, Grenville
Magistrate's Court, St. David's


DATE

6th April 1976
12th April 1976
15th April 1976
13th April 1976
15th April 1976
19th April 1976


ALL Taxes chargeable under the Taxes Management Ordinance must be paid by
30th November, in the year of assessment.
The attention of the Public is drawn to Section 14 (1) of the said Ordinance which states that
any person who shall become the owner of any Land or House, shall, within thirty (30) days after
he has become the owner, give notice in writing thereof to the Tax Officer.

G. E. ROBERTSON
Acting Comptroller of Inland Revenue.


GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION
Effective as from 24th March, 1976
Advance rates payable for deliveries of Nutmegs and Mace are as follows :-


GRADE


Green Nutmegs

Dried Nutmegb

Grinders (Cracked)

No. 1 Mace

No. 2 Mace

Mace Pickings


ADVANCES


24c. per lb.

36c. ,, ,


20c.


,, ,,


$1.20 ,, ,,

68c. ,, ,,

24c., ,


Fixed by the Nutmeg Board 23rd March, 1976 in
(ndustrv Ordinance.


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.
1976.





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No. 3 of 1976




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