G ,ENA. DA
Subuished ub ntthorita
VOL. 79.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1961.
T is hereby notified that Senor RODOLFO DIDIEZ
M ALLOL has been appointed as Consul-General
of the Dominican Republic, at Port of Spain, with
jurisdiction in the Federation of The West Indies,
and has been accorded provisional recognition in
this territory in his consular capacity.
M.P. No. 115V
23rd January, 1961.
MRS. LAWRENCE SHEARS has been appointed to
serve on the Board of Visitors of the Prin-
cess Alice Hospital for the period ending 31st
October, 1961 (vice Mrs. BETTY MASCOLL).
Ministry of Social Services,
21st January, 1961.
IT is hereby notified for general information that
RUTHIN OTWAY of Boulogne Estate, St.
Andrew's, has been enrolled as a Rural Constable,
with effect from 24th January, 1961.
M. P. 21 II.
27th January, 1961.
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rFjHE under mentioned Ordinance which has been
I assented to by His Honour the Administrator,
is published with this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 1 of 1961.-An Ordinance to make provision
for the Revision of the Electoral Lists of
persons entitled to vote at the Election of
Members of the Legislative Council in 1961
and for other purposes incidental thereto.
Copies of this Ordinance may be seen at the
Government Office, the Public Library, the Trea-
sury, District Revenue Offices, Post Offices and
28th January, 1961.
HE following document is circulated with and
forms part of this Gazette :-
S.R. & 0. No. 4.- The Legislative Council
(Revision of Electoral Lists 1961) Proclama-
28th January, 1961.
THE Right Honourable the Secretary of State
for the Colonies has notified the Administrator
that the Queen will not be advised to exercise Her
Majesty's powers of disallowance with respect to
the following Ordinance of the Grenada Legisla-
No. 23 of 1960-An Ordinance to amend the
Probation Ordinance, 1960.
LAURISTON F. WILSON,
Assistant Secretary to Government.
28th January, 1961,
Death of Mr. E. Gittens Knight, M.B.E.
HIS Honour the Administrator has learnt,
with profound regret, of the death, on
Sunday, 15th January, 1961, of Mr. EMMANUEL
GITTsNS KNIGHT, M.B.E.,retired Civil Servant.
20th January, 1961
22 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 28, 1961.-(No. 5.)
NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned
articles forfeited for a breach of the Customs
Ordinance will be offered for sale by public Auction
at the Old Baggage Shed, St. George's, on Thursday,
Snd March, 1961, at 10.30 a.m.
132 Bottles Mt Gay Eclipse Rum
11 ,, Brandy
9 ,, Liqueurs
G. E. C. STANFORD,
NOTICE is hereby given that the sale of ware-
house goods published as taking place at the
new Arcon Building on the St. George's Pier on 13th
January, 1961, will be continued on February 1st
at 10.30 a.m.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
Poultry Products from Trinidad
FFECTIVE immediately, no poultry products
will be permitted to enter this territory from
Trinidad until further notice, owing to an outbreak
of Newcastle disease in that island.
G. A. SOUTHWELL,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
Department of Agriculture,
18th January, 1961.
OTICE is hereby given that the Grenada Gang-
Masters Union has been registered as a Trade
Union under the Trade Unions and Trade Disputes
Ordinance, 1951 on the 18th day of January, 1961.
R. A. DANIEL,
Registrar of Trade Unions.
Grenada Motor Transport Service
THE creditors of the above-named company,
whose claims have not been admitted, are
required forthwith to sand their names and
addresses, and the particulars of their debts or
claims, together with proof thereof, and the name
and address of their solicitors, if any, to me the
liquidator of the said company, at my office at
30 Melville Street.
Dated this fourteenth day of January, 1961.
F. J. ARCHIBALD,
In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands And Leeward Islands (Grenada)
OTICE is hereby given that a Session of
the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands
and Leeward Islands at Grenada, in its Criminal
Jurisdiction, will be held at the Court House in
the town of St. George on Thursday the 16th day
of February, 1961, at, 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon
when and where all concerned and bound over to
prosecute or to give evidence or summoned as
jurors or witnesses are required to give their per-
sonal attendance, and all officers who have taken
Inquisitions, Depositions, Examinations, Recog-
nizances or other papers cognizable by the Court
are required to return the same without delay to
Dated this 28th day of December, 1960.
ERNEST C. WILKINSON,
Deputy Registrar, Supreme Court.
Post of Registrar (Surgical), General
APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
A. the above post which will become vacant on
1st July, 1961.
Qualifications: Applicants should be registered
medical practitioners and should possess either a
post-graduate qualification in surgery or have had
not less than four years' experience in a hospital.
Duties: The duties of the office include the
usual duties in surgical wards and theatre under
the direction of the Surgeon Specialist, surgical out
patients and casualty duties, and any other duties
assigned by the Director of Medical Services from
time to time.
Salary: The salary of the post is in the scale
$6,240 x 480-7,200 per annum. Officers oB
agreement will be eligible for a gratuity of 20% of
basic salary in respect of the period of engagement
on satisfactory completion of the agreement,
Appointment: Appointment may either be on a
permanent and pensionable basis or on agreement
terms for a period of three years. Pensionable
officers will be required to contribute to the
Widows' and Orphans' Fension Scheme at the rate
of 4% of salary. If an officer appointed on agree-
ment terms is a contributor to an approved super-
annuation scheme employer's share will be paid by
Passages: Passages of officer and family pay-
able on first appointment up to a limit of $1,920,
Passages for agreement officer and family are pay-
able on appointment and on satisfactory comple-
tion of agreement up to a limit of $1,920 each way.
Leave and Leave Passages: Vacation leave is at
the rate of 45 days a year. Casual and sick leave
are also granted. Leave passages for a pensionable
officer will be payable every three,and a half years.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 28, 1961.-(No. 5.) 23
Quarters: Basically furnished quarters are pro-
vided at a rental of 6% of salary.
Applications stating age, qualifications and ex-
perience, and accompanied by two recent testi-
monials, should be addressed to the Assistant
Chief Secretary (Personnel), Government Head-
quarters, Bay Street, Barbados, to reach him not
later than 8th February, 1961.
UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
General Certificate of Education Examination
E NTRIES for this examination close on
The fees are as follows:
Initial entry fee
Ordinary Level Subjects each
Advanced Level Subjects each
W ITH reference to a previous notice stating that
a sitting of the Federal Supreme Court in
its Appellate Jurisdiction will be held on Monday,
30th January, 1961, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
at the Supreme Court, York House, it is hereby
notified that the said sitting will commence at 10
o'clock in the forenoon on the said Monday, 30th
January, 1961, at the Supreme Court, York House
Datad this 26th day of January, 1961.
WINSTON F. CENAC,
Deputy Registi ar,
Federal Supreme Court.
T HE Government of Grenada has been notified
by the Federal Government that the Depart-
ment of Citizenship and Immigration in Canada
has approved of the admission into Canada during
the course of this year of nine household helps
2. The following are the requirements:-
i. (a) Persons selected must be single women
without children, in good health, of good
character, and will be required to give a
written undertaking to remain in domestic
employment for a period of one year, and
further not to change their employment
without the consent of the Minister of
Labour, Canada, or his authorised repre-
(b) Persons must be within the age group 21- 35
years, but in exceptional cases, where
employers in Canada have knowledge of
the person in question, the age limit may
be extended to 40.
ii. Education and Experience. A minimum
of five (5) years of formal education is necessary,
but preference will be given to those possessing
higher qualifications. ;redit shall be given to
those persons who have undertaken special courses
of training in homecraft 6nd domestic science.
Experience, particularly with modern household
appliances, will also be taken into account.
iii. Health. Each selected person will be re-
quired to undergo a complete medical examination
which shall include full-sized X-ray examination
of the chest as well as blook Wasserman's and
iv. Transportation. The cost of transportation
to Montreal and of rail fare to final destination in
Canada will not be borne by the employer.
v. Each person selected must be in possession
of a valid passport.
3. Persons who wish to be considered for select-
ion must register at the Labour Department not
later than Saturday, 4th February, 1961.
JOHN R. DABREO,
21st January, 1961.
FEDERAL Govertment have accepted the offer
of a scholarship by the Federal Republic of
Germany to students of The West In3ies for the
University Year, 1961/62.
Subjects; The scholarships may be granted to
students in any of the ordinary university subjects.
It is tenable at any University or Engineering
College or Vocational College or College for Arts
and Music in Western Germany and Western
Berlin. Only in exceptional cases will it be tenable
in Vocational or Engineering Schools, e.g., if there
should be no applicants qualifying for a scholarship
at University level. Admission to University or
Colleges might be difficult for students of en-
gineering and natural sciences. Chemical Engineer-
ing is not taught at German Universities.
Requirements : Applicants should be between
the ages of twenty and thirty and should have
already studies for at least two years at a recog-
nised University or have passed a University
examination (e.g. a Bachelor's Degree). Educa-
tional qualifications must be proved by means of
Certificates and recommendations of Professors. A
working knowledge of German i. most desirable.
Applications must be submitted in triplicate, on
the prescribed forms, and they should reach the
Secretary to Government, Administrator's Office,
St. George's, not later than 28th February, 1961.
It will only he possible to consider applicants who
have completed these forms and submitted the
24 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 28, 1961.-(No. 5.)
GRENADA, W. I.
18th January, 1961.
T HE following memorandum on the subject of cost-of-living index figures, in so far as agricultural
workers are concerned, is published for general information.
The index was revised in June, 1957 and is shown hereunder as a new series.
JOHN R. DA BREO,
COST OF LIVING INDEX FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1960
The revised c)i,-of-living index figure for all items for the month of December, 1960, is 109.7
a rise of 9.7 points over the base figure for June, 1957, taken as 100.
The following table shows the cost-of-living index figures at the end of each month up to June,
1957, as compared with the base year August, 1939, taken as 100; as well as the figures in the new
series with the base figure at June taken as 100:-
Sept, Ot. Nov. D'-c.
.. 173 173
173 167 169 169
178 179 179 179
184 180 180 181
184 188 190 i90
208 204 206 206
2038 06 206 206
204 213 213 220
218 215 216 216
258 25! 262 263
284 284 284 284
290 289 289 289
291 291 291 291
288 288 288 288
292 293 294 294
100 101 101 101
103 104 104 104
105 105 105 106
108 109 110 110
Food : There was no change in the prices of the items under this group during the
review. The index figure of 108.6 for November, 1960, remained unchanged.
Fuel and Cleaning : There was no change in the prices of the items in this group during the
period. Like November, 1960, the index figure remained at 115.
Clothing : During the period under review, the average level of prices of articles under this group
remained unchanged. The group index figure was the same as November, 1960, or 122.3.
Drink and Tobacco: There was no change in the prices of items in this group during the month.
The November index figure of 88.3 therefore remained unchanged.
Miscellaneous Goods: Due to an increase in the price of Cinema Fee (Pit Ticket) the index
under this group rose by 1.8 points above the November figure. The index figure at theend of the period
was therefore 116.8.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 28, 1961.-(No. 5.) 25
Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association
Effective from 15th December, 1958
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:
Dried Whole Mace
Dried Broken Mace
Cents per lb.
R. 8. RENWICK,
Date fixed: 8th December, 195L Secreary
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