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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: October 8, 1955
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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


hublishrb by 3lntioritp.


VOL. 73.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1955. [No. 58.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

APPOINTMENTS.
No. 277.
M RS. ISMAI McNEILLY, to be a Class III Clerk,
t1 Governor's Office, with effect from 1st
October, 1954.
8th October, 1955.
P.F. 730.

No. 278.
R. G. L. BRATHWAITE, to be Assistant Health
l Engineer, Public Health Engineering Unit,
with effect from Ist October, 1955.
8th October, 1955.
P.t,. 247.
III 9 G.

RESUMPTION.
No. 279.
)EFERRING to Gazette Notice No. 102, Mr.
SA. L. B. ROLLINS, Assistant Superintendent
of Police, resumed duty on 1st October, 1955.
8th October, 1955.
P.F. 489.

No. 280.
P)EFERRING to Gazette Notice No. 237, Mr. L.
C OOLS-LARTIGUE, O.B.E., Chief Secretary.
Windward Islands, returned to Grenada on 25th
September, 1955, and resumed duty.
8th October, 1955.
P.F. 513,


CONFIRMATION.
No. 281.
) EFERRING to Gazette Notice No. 228 of
ILC 1st August, 1953, Mr. J. O. SCOTT, Acting
Class II Clerk, has been confirmed with effect from
1st August, 1953.
8th October, 1955.
P.F. 469.

LEAVE.
No. 282.
SR. J. 0. SCOTT, Class II Clerk, General Post
Office, on 6 months' vacation leave with effect
from 1st October, 1955.
8th October, 1955.
P.F. 469.
No. 283.
THE undermentioned Ordinances which have
Been assented to by His Excellency the
Governor are published with this issue of the
(Gazette :-
No. 14 of 1955.-An Ordinance to make provision
for the adoption of infants.
No. 15 of 1955.-An Ordinance to provide for the
formation and to regulate the operations of
Co-operative Societies.
No. 16 of 1955.-An Ordinance to legalise the
expenditure of certain sums of money paid
from the General Revenue for the service
of the Colony for the period from the first
day of January to the thirty-first day of
December, one thousand nine hundred and
fifty-four in addition to the sums already
sanctioned under the Appropriation Ordi-
nance, 1954.


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No. 17 of 1955.-An Ordinance to make provision
for the registration and control of news-
papers and for the control of printed matter
No. 18 of 19 35.- Ar Ordinance to make provision
for a loan of one million three hundred and
twenty thousand dollars for the purpose of
financing the installation of a new telephone
system in the Island of Grenada.

By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Artiin ';1overnme.nt Secretary.
Government Office,
8th Octcber, 1955.


NO i ICE.

HE attention of the public is drawn to the pro-
visions of Statutory Rule and Order No. 35 of
1955 which forbids any per'sn engaged for reward
in Essential Trades from leaving or attempting to
leave the Colony without having first obtained
from the '1abour Commissioner a permit so to do.
The following are deemed to be Essential
Trades:-
Carpenters
Masons
Mechanics
Plumbers
JOHN R. DABREO,
Acting L ,bour Coi. :.,isioner,

The Labour Department,
Grenada,
6th October, 1955.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

POST OFFICE.

Conveyance of Inland Mails.

T HE itinerary of the Postal Vans for the con-
Sveyance of Inland Mails "round the island
will commence on Monday, the 10th instant instead
of the 1st instant as previously published.
In the meantime mails will be closed at the
General Post Office at 10.00 a.m. daily.

F. R. PHTLLIP,
COlonial Pontstster.
3rd October, 1955.


Drop Box at Upper Marli, St. Patrick's.

IT is hereby notified for general information that
a Post Office Drop 3cx has been erected at,
Upper Marli, St. Patrick's, and will be opened nat
8.30 a.m. on M,':ndav, the 10th, October, 1955.


F. R. PHI .LIP,
Colonial Posntmaster.


General Post Office,
5th. October, 1955.


UNDER THE BOUNDARIES SETTLEMENT
ORDINANCE.

IN pursuance of Section 21 (2) of the above
SOrdinance, I hereby give notice that a copy of a
diagram and report of Mr. I. R. Seon, Licensed Land
Surveyor, of a survey made at the request of the
Misses Rita and Barbara Keer through the Director
of Surveys, with respect to the settlement of the
boundary lines between three lots of land situate
at Lucas Street, St. George's, has been lodged by
the Director of Surveys in the Office of the
Registrar of the Supreme Court of Grenada.

Dated this 22nd day of September, 1955.

GORDON RENWICK,
Iegistror, S upreme Cow'rt.
Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
Grenada. B.W.I.


COURT NOTICE.

In the Supreme Court of tl'o Windmward
Islands and Leeward Islands, Grenada.

NTOTICE is hereby given that a Session of the
L Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands at Grenada, in its Criminal TJuris-
diction, will be held at the Court House, in the
town of St. George, on IVednesday the 19th day of
October, 1955, at 9,30 o'clock in the forenoon, when
and where all concerned and bound over to prose-
cute or to give evidence or summoned as Jurors
or Witnesses are required to give their personal
attendance, and all Officers who have taken
Inquisitions, Depositions, examinations, lecogni-
zances or other papers cognizable by the Court are
required to return the same without delay to
this Office.
Dated this 17th day of September, 1955.

GORDON RLN WICK,
Registrar, Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
Grenada, B. W. I.


NOTICE.

P.PLICATIONS are invited from Doctors with
.1 medical qualifications registrable in t!ie
United Kingdom and with at least one year's
hospital experience after qualification for vacant
posts of Grade 'C' Mledical Officer i- thie Medical
Department of the Government of Trinidad and
Tobago.
Officers will be stationed at one or other of the
two Colonial Hospitals. They will be required to,
carry out the duties allymaly perf.irmnd by I" use
physicians or house surgeons in acute .enei'tl
hospitals of this size (500 Ields) They \\ill he
required to assume responsibilities for ci. es in
wards under the supervision of Spucialist Otlicers
,uid/or experienced Grade 'V' Oflieors (of Regis-
trars' status).


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Appointment will be on probation for two years
or if preferable on agreement for three years. The
.salary scale ranges from $41,560 to $6,480 per
annum, and Officers may be appointed at a
suitable point in the scale depending on previous
experience.
Government quarters, if available, will be
provided at a rental of 8'i' of salary up to a
maximum of $50 per month. \Vhre quarters are
not available a house allowance will be paid in
accordance with local regulations.
Free passages on first appointment are provided
for Officer and f;lnily not exceeding five persons
in all. Also free passages on vacation leave
subject to a mnaxmium of three adult fares in
accordance with local leave regulations.


UNITED NATIONS SPECIAL INTERNE PROGRAMME
FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AND GRADUATES.

Introduction.
D IETAILS are given below of a special Interne
Programnme of a year's duration, which is to
be held at the lHeadquarters of the United Nations
in Now York, commencing in the summer of 1955.
it should le stressed that the sum of S-12.50 is
b rely adequate to cover the basic costs of living
in New York.
A Special United Nations Interne Programme
for one year's interneship, open to a group of about
twenty qualified young men and women selected
from a,ll parts of the world, has been authorised by
the General Assembly of the United Nations for
lthe year 1953-1956. The purpose of the pro-
gr .m1ne is to enable holders of the internship to
bece:me intimately acquainted with the work of the
United Nations through temporary assignments in
various units of the Secretariat through a series of
lectures on the United Nations, and through work
(n special research projects. The United Nations
will pay transportation costs to New York and
return and a: stipend of $42.50 a week for the
duration of the internship.
A a part of the programme, the internes will be
expected to devote approximately one half of the
time of the interneship to assisting the Visitors
Service of the Secretariat as guide-lecturers
escorting groups of visitors on a Guided Tour of the
Hleadquarter-; Buildings. The Guided Tour is an
integral part of the Public Information Programme
of the United Nations Secretariat, affording an
opportunity to members of the general public to
learn about tihe work of the United Nations. To
the internes, assignment to the Guided Tour will
provide on opportunity of making practical '.so of
the knowledge and information they acquire about
the United Nations, in describing the activities of
tho Organization and in answer ng questions frllom
thl general public. This phase of 'te i'ternoeslip
will also provide valuable experience in handling
anZ addressing groups of people.

I. Eligibility.
(1) Applicants must be citizens of Member
-tates of the United Nations.
(2) Candidates should he prepared to furnish
evidence of having completed with distinction thes
academic r'equlireniments of at least two years in a,
recognized college or university.


(3) Fluency in English is a prime requirement,
in view of the preponderance of English-speaking
visitors to the United Nations Headquarters.
(4) The programme is open to candidates of
either sex, between the ages of 20-26, in good
liearlth and possessing, in addition to academic
qualifications, the requisite qualities of character
and personality.

II. Conditions of Tenure.
(1) The interneship is awarded for one full year
from 1 August, 1955. Successful candidates from
the Southern Hemisphere will be accepted for a
full-vear internship commencing 1 January, 1956.
The interneship is not renewable.
(2) The hours of work are normally from 9.30
a.m. to 6 p.m., five days a week. during g assign-
ment in the Visitors Service, inteines will be
required to work on weekends, with two days off
during the working week.
(3) The interne will receive a paid vacation of
two full weeks during the year, at the discretion
of the Director of the Interne Programmne.
(f) Holders of the interneship will have the
temporary status of staff members of the United
Nations. As such t;iL;y will )b bound by the staff
Regulations and Staff Rules relevant to their
special position. The duration of this status will
he limited to the period of their interneslip. This
temporary status will carry no expectancy of em-
ploymnent in the Secretariat of the United Nations.
(5) During the periods of assignment to the
Visitors Service internes will wear the uniforms of
the United Nations Guide Service, to be provided
by the United Nations.

III. Procedures for Selection.
(1) Candidates for the Programme should apply
in writing to Miss Barbour, Secretary, United
Nations Student Association. 25, Charles Street,
London, W.I. before June 15, 1955. In their
letters they should _tate the relevance of the
interieslhip to their educational background and to
their future career. They should also enclose
evidence relating to the academic requirements and
submit the names of three persons who are in a
position to appraise their background and qualifi-
cations.
(2) Candidates should preface their applications
with the following information:-
A. Name, age, sex, marital status, nationality.
B. Educational record, especially details of
university or graduate courses. (N.B. No
original documents are required).
C. Description of military service in any
capacity.
D. Resumen of any employment record, includ-
ing summer jobs.
E. A recent photograph or snapshot.
F. A summary of travel which the candidate
may have undertaken.
G. A summary of linguistic ability, rating thl
speaking, reading, andI writing knowledge
of each language as excellent, fair or poor.
(3) If the written n submission meets the require-
ments of the internship, candidates will Ib invited
to appear for aI personal interview before a prelimin-
ary Selection Board meeting in London. Whare


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 8, 1955.-(No. 58).


distance or other factors indicated by the candidate
preclude the possibility of a personal interview,
other arrangements may be made.
(4) The results of this interview will be forward-
ed, together with the original letters of application,
to the United Nations Interne Selection Board in
New York. The decision of this Selection Board
will be final. Successful candidates will be notified
in due course by letter or telegram.

IV. Travel and Residence Arrangements.
(1) The United Nations will make all travel
arrangements for successful candidates to New
York and return upon the completion of the pro-
gramme. The United Nations will also arrange
for the necessary visa.
(2) Arrangements have been made for the
internes to reside at International House in New
York City. Subject to the prior approval of the
Director of the Special Interne Programme,
internes may make other residence arrangements.
M.i. c. 168.




REGIONAL ECONOMIC COMMITTEE OF THE BRITISH
WEST INDIES, BRITISH GUIANA AND BRITISH

HONDURAS.

THE Regional Economic Committee invites
applications from suitably qualified persons
for the following post:-
ASSISTANT TRADE COMMISSIONER
(STUDENTS) FOR THE BRITISH WEST
INDIES, BRITISH GUIANA AND BRITISH
HONDURAS IN CANADA

at an annual salary in the scale $3,600 x 150-
$4,800 Can. plus a house allowance of $1,200 Can.
per annum. Passages on assumption and termina-
tion of appointment for the Assistant Trade
Commissioner and family up to five in all from the
place of engagement will be paid by the Committee.
The post does not at present carry pension or
superannuation rights. The appointment will be
for a period of three years in the first instance.
Candidates should be university graduates
preferably with experience of university life in
Canada. Preference will be given to West Indians.
The Assistant Trade Commissioner will be
required to perform the duties of students liasion
officer and will be under the general supervision of
the Trade Commissioner for the British West
Indies, British Guiana and British Honduras in
Canada, in whose offices in Montreal, the student
liasion headquarters will be located.
The Committee reserves the right to fill the post
by invitation if no suitable application is received.
Applications furnishing full details of candidate's
education, special qualifications and experience,
together with supporting documents and names ol
two referees, should be addressed to the Executive
Secretary, Regional Economic Committee, Hastings
House, Barbados, to reach him by 19th October
1955.


NOTICE.


LAND SETTLEMENT DEPARTMENT, BRITISH GUIANA.

Vacancies for Superintendents of Land
Settlement Schemes.


PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment as Superin-
tendents of Land Settlement Schemes in the Land
Settlement Department, British Guiana.
2. The posts carry salary on scale A 3: $3,696 x
$144-$4,K60 // x $240-$6,720 per annum. Initial
salary at a point above the minimum of the scale
may be paid, dependent upon the appointee's
professional qualifications. Increments in the scale
will be granted for post-qualification experience.
Rent-free unfurnished quarters are provided.
3. The duties of a Superintendent of Lard
Settlement are, subject to the directions of the
Director of Land Settlement, to be in charge of and
responsible for the efficient administration of a
Land Settlement. Ttis involves development
work, including the preparation of land, drainage,
and irrigation etc., and the allocation of land to
settlers; the inspection and timing of agricultural
operations; the keeping cf proper statistics and
accounts; and the supervision of the general welfare
of settlers.
4. Candidates should be graduates of a recognized
Agricultural College or holders of comparable
qualifications in Agriculture. They should have had
experience in drainage and irrigation, soil conserva-
tion and land utilization and should be experienced
in handling of labour.
5. The posts are on the Pensionable Establish-
ment. Appointment may be either on a permanent
pensionable basis, subject, if the candidate is not
already in Government's employment, to his being
passed medically fit and to his serving a proba-
tionary period of two years, or on a three-year
contract, renewable by mutual consent on such
terms as may be agreed upon between the Gov-
ernment and himself. A contract officer will be
entitled to a gratuity at the rate of 22,% of his
salary for each completed period of three months
service payable either at six-monthly intervals
cr on completion of the contract period. In the
latter case gratuity will be paid in respect of the
period of leave granted. Persons over the age of
40 years will normally be appointed on contract.
6. Leave is granted at the rate of 5 days for
each month of resident service subject to a maxi-
mum of six months. .A pensionable officer is
required to serve a minimum tour of two years
resident service before proceeding on leave. An
officer on contract will be eligible for leave on
termination of the contract period.
7. If selected from overseas the officer will be
provided with passages to British Guiana for
himself and his wife and children (provided they
are under 18 years, unmarried and dependent on
the officer) not exceeding 5 persons in all, provided
They either accompany him or join him within
twelve months of his departure for British Guiana.
An officer on contract will be eligible for passages
Son a similar basis to his place of recruitment on
,the satisfactory completion of the contract. A
pensionable officer will be eligible for assisted leave


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passages for himself and his wife in accordance
with the Public Officers Leave (Passages) Regula-
tions 1952.
8. Applications stating name in full, date and
year of birth, qualifications, and details of practical
experience and accompanied by copies of at least
two recent testimonials should be addressed to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission, General
Post Office Building, Georgetown, British Guiana,
and should reach him not later than the 15th October,
1955. Applicants already in the Public Service
should submit their applications through the
normal official channels.


REGIONAL ECONOMIC COMMITTEE OF THE BRITISH
WEST INDIES, BRITISH GUIANA AND BRITISH
HONDURAS.

IHE Pr cgional Economic Committee invites
S applications from suitably qualified persons
for the following post :
BRITISH CARIB BEAN STUDENTS LIAISON
OFFICER IN THE U.S.A.
at an annual salary in the scale of $1,400xa240-
$5,120 (U.S.). A representation allowance of
$1,400 (U.S.) per annum and a house allowance of
$1,400 per annum are payable. Passages on
assumption and termination of appointment for the
Liaison Officer and family up to five in all from
and to the place of engagement will be paid.
2. The post does not at present carry pension or
superannuation rights. The appointment will be
for three years in the first instance.
3. Candidates should be University graduates
conversant with experience of life and the educa-
tional system in the U.S.A. and should preferably
have attended a U.S.A. University.
4. The duties of the post include advising
students generally, in securing places for them in
approved universities, and in evaluating of U.S.A.
degrees in relation to their equivalent in the
United Kingdom for purposes of recruitment to
service in the British Caribbean territories. The
Liaison Officer will keep Governments informed of
educational developments in North America, and
keep students in touch with employment opportuni-
ties in the West Indies.
5. The officer will be responsible to British
Caribbean Governments for the execution of his
duties but in the matter of local discipline and
administration, responsible to the U.K. Ccionial
Attach, in Washington. He will also be required
to assist the Colonial Attach6 as occasion demands
in the execution of certain of his routine duties
relating to the West Indies.
6. Headquarters will be in Washington under
the aegis of the British Embassy.
7. Applications furnishing full details of candi-
date's education, special qualifications and experi-
ence together with supporting documents and
names of two referees, should be addressed to the
Executive Secretary, Regional Economic Commit-
tee, Hastings House, Barbados, to reach him
before the 19th October, 1955.
S. The Committee reserves the right to fill the
yost by invitation if no suitable application is
i ceived.


NOTICE.
Land Settlement Department,
British Guiana.

Vacancy for a Mechanical Engineer

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
Ii qualified persons for the post of Mechanical
Engineer in the Land Settlement Department,
British Guiana.
2. The post carries salary on Scale A 3 : $3,696x
I144-i 1,560//'xS240-S6,720 par annum. Initial
salary at a point above the minimum of the scale
may be pEid dependent upon the appointee's pro-
fessional qualifications. Increments in the scale
will be granted for post-qualification experience.
3. The duties of the post are-
(a) to be responsible for the selection main-
tenance and field operations of the
mechanical equipment of the Depart-
ment including tractors, ploughs, drag-
lines and eartih-ioving and land-clear-
ing machinery ;
(b) to be in charge of the Departneat's
engineering workshops and of the
operation of its machinery pool;
(c) to be responsible for the training of
operators for the mechanical equipment.
4. Candidates should hold a professional qualiti-
cation in Mechanical Engineering and must have
had practical experience of mechanical tillage,
earth-moving and land-clearing machinery.
5. The post is on the Pensionable Establishment.
Appointment may he either on a permanent pen-
sionable basis subject, if tho candidate is not
already in Govermnent's employment, to his being
passed medically fit and to his serving a probation-
ary period of two years; or on a three year con-
tract, renewable by mutual consent on such terms
as may be agreed upon between the Government
and himself. A contract officer will be entitled to
a gratuity at the rate of 223,y-/ of his salary for each
completed period of three months resident service
payable either at six-monthly intervals or on com-
pletion of the contract period. In the latter case
gratuity will be paid in respect oi the period of
leave granted. Persons over the age of 40 years
will normally be appointed on contract.
6. Leave is granted at the rate of 5 days for
each month of resident service subject to a maxi-
mum of six months. A pensionable officer is
required to serve a minimum tour of two years
resident service before proceeding on leave. An
officer on contract will be eligible for leave on the
termination of the period of the contract.
7. If selected from overseas, the officer will be
provided with passages to British Guiana for him-
self and his wife and children (provided they are
under 18 years, unmarried and dependent on the
officer) not exceeding 5 persons in all, provided
they either accompany him or join him within
twelve months of his departure for British Guiana.
An officer on contract will be legible for passages
on a similar basis to his place of recruitment on
the satisfactory completion of the contract. A
Pensionable Officer will be eligible for assisted
leave passage for himself and his wife in accord-
ance with the Public Officers Leave (Passages)
Regulations 1952.


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8. Applications stating name in full, date and
year of birth, qualifications, and details of practical
experience, and accompanied by copies of at least
two recent testimonials should be addressed to the
Secretary Public Service Commission, General
Post Office Building, Georgetown, British Guiana.
and should reach him not later than the 15th of
October, 1955. Applicants already in the Public
Service should submit their applications through
the normal official channels.


NOTICE.

Vacant Post of Engineering Draughts-
man, St. Lucia, British West Indies.

APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
i the non pension bible post of Engineering
DirMagh sman in the Public Works Department,
St. Luci lBritish W,-st Indies, on a three-year
contract in the first instance.
2. The salary of the post is in the scale
($1776 x 7-- '-' i36) por annum and point of entry
in the sc.le will be dependent on qualifications and
experience.
3. The appoint nent will be subject to Colonial
Regulations and Local Orders in force at the time.
4. Cost of passages for Appointee and family
(up to m;.ximum of five) will be paid in the first
instance and on completion of contract unless person
appointed relinquishes appointment before expira-
tion of contract in which case return passages will
not be paid.
5. Applicants should furnish full details of
qualifiC'ations and experience accompanied by at
least two testimonials and a Certificate of Medical
fitness which should be addressed to-
The Administrator of St. Lucia,
Castries,
St. Lucin, B.W.I.
to reach him not later than 31st Octoblr, 19355.


NOTICE.

Vacant Post of Surveyor Draughtsman,
St. Lucia British )i est Indies.


A PPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
l thLe post cf Surveyor Draughtsman in the
Public Works Department, St. Lucia, British
West Indies. 'Ihe post is non-pensionable and
appointment will be on a three-year contract in
the first instance.
2. The salary of the post is in the scale
922908 x :. 2. '7 -1 per annum and point of entry
in the scale will depend on qualifications and
experience.
3. The appointment will be subject to Colonial
Regulations and Local Orders in force at the time.
4. Cost of passages for Appointee and family
(up to a maximum of five) will ho paid in the first
instance and on completion of contract unless
person appointed relinquishes appointment before
expiration of contract, in which case return
passages will not be paid.


5. Applicants should furnish full details of
qualifications and experience accompanied by at
least two testimonials and a Certificate of
Medical fitness which should be addressed to-
The Administrator of St. Lucia,
Castries,
St. Lucia, B.W.I.
to reach him not later than 31st October, 1955.


NOTICE.


Post of Inspector of Schools, St. Lucia.

i PPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
Sthe vacant p1ension;ihlo post of Inspector of
Schools, St. Lucia.
Qualification : Train i Teoacher, well experi-
enced in the work of Primary Schools and preferably
with External Acadenic anltor professional
qualifications.
Salary: $2,880 x 120-$3,600 per annum.
Travelling and subsistence allow ance at the rate cf
$500 p.a. will be paid.
Free passages for persons selected, and family,
in accordance with Colonial Regulations.
Leave : An officer drawing a I alary of $3,300
p.a. and over is eligible fcr free return leave
passages for himself and his wife after 2 years of
resident service at 6 weels per annum.
Duties: Inspection and supe vision of Primary
Schools, assisting in the oiganising of Tearcor
Training and in the general administration of the
Education Department a:s require'! by the Educa-
tion Officer.
Applications giving full details of qualifications
and experience accompanied by not less than two
testimonals should he a idressed to the Adminis-
trator, Govornment Buil lings, St. Iucia, to retch
him net later than Satwtftlay/. Oc'2,er '9th, 1955.

Government Buildings,
St. Lucia,
20th Septelnmber, 1i).i.


NOTICE.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, BRITISH GUIANA.


Vacancy for a Dental Surgeon


PPLIC \TIONS are invited from suitably
1_ qualified persons for the post of full-time
Dentuil Surg on, loedicil Dopartment, lBritish
GuianL.
2. The s-lary of tit, post is on Scale I
$4,560 x $240-- ,,7-_1 --., per annum. No
private or consulting practice is allowed.
3. The Dental Surgeon will ble req.nired to
perform all the usual pro,:cdure of a dentist itnd to
render dental treatment to school children and
other persons in his district and to perform sunhi
other duties as may be required by the I)irector of


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 8, 1955.-(No. 58.) 403

Medical Services. In the first instance, he will be 6. Vacation leave is earned at the rate of five
posted to the County of Essequibo with Suddie as days for each completed month of resident service
his headquarters. He will be required to make up to a maximum of six months. A pensionable
regular visits to the North West District and the officer is required to complete a minimum tour of
Interior of the Colony where on occasions con- two years resident service before proceeding on
editionss may be primitive t- administer treatment. i leave. An officer on contract will be eligible for
During these tours he will work primarily amongst leave on completion of the contract period,
the Amerindian population. Subsistence allowance 7. If selected from overseas the officer will be
in accordance with local regulations will be paid in provided with passages to British Guiana for
respect of absences from Headquarters. himself, his wife and children (provided they are
4. Applicants must possess an approved Dip- under the age of 18 years, unmarried and depen-
loma or Degree in Dental Surgery or the equivalent dent on the officer) not exceeding five persons in
minimum dental qualification registrable in the all, provided they either [accompany him or join
United Kingdom. him here within twelve months of his departure
5. The post is on the Pensionable Establishment. for British Guiana. An officer on contract will be
Appointment may he either on a permanent and provided with passages on a similar basis to his
pensionable basis, subject, if the candidate is not place of recruitment on satisfactory completion of
already in Government employment, to his being his contract. A pensionable officer will be eligible
passed as nimeicully fit and to his serving a pro- for assisted leave passages for himself and wife
bationary period of two years, or on a thre,-year in accordance with the Public Officers Leave
contract, r,,newibhle by mutual consent on such (Passages) Regulations, 1952.
terms as rn-my 1)b, a.g d upon between the Govern- 8. Applications stating full name, date of birth,
niont and him-elf. in officer on contract will be qualifications and experience, and accompanied by
entitled to a i-r.tuity atl the rate of 220% of his two testimonials should be addressed to the
salary for each completed period of three months Secretary, Public Service Commission, General
resident service payable either at six-monthly Post Office Building, Georgetown, British Guiana,
intervals or on termination of the contract period ; and should reach him not later than 15th October.
in the latter case gratuity will be paid in respect of 1955. Applicants already employed in the Public
the period of lcovn granted. Persons over the age Service should submit their applications through
of 4"( veainr will normally bo appointed on contract, the normal official channels.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Effective from 15th August, 1955.
i'rrent Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:

(RA DES Advances


Green Nutmegs 10 Cents

Dry do. 15 do.

Cracked Grinders 7 do.

Dried Whole Mace 70 do.

Dried Broken Mace 40 do.

Mace Pickings 20 do.

F. C. HUIGHIES,
Secretary.
Date fixed : 3rd October, 1955.







GRENADA.

I']:NTi'L' BY '11ie '; VEUNMENT PUINTERI AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
ST. GEORGE'S.
1955





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