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SAINT GEORGE'S, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1973
ENROLMENT OF RURAL CONSTABLE
SHE undermentioned person has been enrolled
S as a Rural Constable with effect from 14mt
Name Occupation Address
Mitchell Motor Mechanic
19th December, 1973.
THE following documents are circulated with
and form part of this Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 19 of 1973:-The Prorogation
of Parliament Proclamation Order, 1973.
S.R. & O. No. 20 of 1973:-The Grenada
Constitution Proclamation Order, 1973.
S.R. & O. No. 21 of 1973:-The Bank Holi-
21st December, 1973.
R~gegution of Trafic December; 1973
From 18th-24th December, 1973
BY virtue of the power vested in me under
section 80 (1) of the Motor Vehicle and Road
Traffic Ord'nance, Cap. 194 Page 2556 of the
Revised Laws of Grenada, Volume II, I hereby
order the following:-
(1) No Parking in the town of St. George.
Vehicles will not be permitted to park
on Hillsborough Street between its
junction with Melville Street and Halifax
(a) Vehicles are permitted to park on
Melville Street from Sendall Tunnel
to the River Road Roundabout on the
sea side only.
(b) Grenville Street between its junction
with Granby Street and Hillsborough
Street on the right side only facing
N. G. DAVID
Acting Commissioner of Police
688 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1973-(No. 61)
F you have a Degree in Engineering from an
approved Engineering School or from an
approved University and can assume responsi-
bility for all matters pertaining to the Ministry's
Mechanical workshop as well as the mechanical
plant and equipment, auxiliary tools and
accessories of the Ministry-
you can be considered for the post of Mechan-
ical Engineer in the Ministry of Communica-
tions and Works.
Salary: $8,100-$13,500 per annum.
Closing Date: 8th January, 1974.
For further information and appropriate appli-
cation forms, apply: -
Services Commissions Department.
8th October, 1973.
University of Cambridge Local Examinations
Syndicate, G.C.E. Examinations, Summer 1974,
T HE Examinations are scheduled to take place
during the period Monday, 3rd June, to
Friday, 28th June, 1974, except in respect of the
following, which will be held before 3rd June,
and for which the dates and times will be noti-
fied in due course: -
Music Aural Tests:
Oral Tests in Modern Languages;
Practical Test in Cookery;
Practical Tests in Metalwork & Woodwork.
Examinations Fees must be paid into the
Treasury on or before Monday, 31st December,
1973, as follows: -
(a) Entry Fees: $
Local ... 5.00 $15.80
(b) Subject fees, additional to the entry fee
under (a) above.
(1) For each subject offered at the Ordinary
Level or at AO-Level ... $5.52.
(2) For each subject offered at the Advanced
Level ... ... $10.80.
The completed Form of Entry must in every
case be accompanied by the Treasury Receipts
as evidence of payment of the Fees.
Entries for Cookery, Needlework and Dress-
making, Music, and Science subjects cannot be
accepted unless satisfactory arrangements are
made beforehand for Practical Tests.
A fee of $2 is payable by each candidate for
each Oral Test direct to the Oral Examiner.
A new system of Entry documentation was
introduced in June, 1973. A single Entry Form for
School candidates (Form E.C. 1), printed as a
two-part carbonised set, has replaced the former
red and green G.C.E. school Entry Forms, each
candidate using one index number for entries at A,
AO, and O-Levels, the index number being shown
once instead of twice as at present. Form E.C. 2
has replaced the former entry form for Private
O-Level (0) 558, Human and Social Biology,
replaces the former (0) 760, Health Science. This
Examination may not be taken by candidates
offering Biology or additional General Science.
6th November, 1973.
Re-Advertisement for a Competition for an
Emblem for the Caribbean Community
rTHE Carifta Council of Ministers has decided
1 to extend the closing date for submission of
entries to the competition for an emblem for the
Caribbean Community. Accordingly, the Carib-
bean Community Secretariat re-announces the
Public Competition for the award of a cash prize
to the person, who must be a national of the
Commonwealth Caribbean, submitting the most
suitable design of an emblem for the Caribbean
Community. An additional cash prize w:ll be
offered for the entry adjudged to be the next most
2. On 1st August, 1973, Barbados, Guyana,
Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago became mem-
bers of the Caribbean Community. It is expected
that the Leeward and Windward Islands, Belize
and possibly the Bahamas will become members
of the Community in 1974.
3. The competition will be governed by the
(i) the emblem should above all be simple and
capable of easy reproduction and its
component elements should be, indenti-
fiable at whatee:'size the emblem is
(ii) While reflecting the criteria of simplicity
and easy reproduction as set out at (i)
above, the emblem should be:
either reflective of t h e Caribbean
Region; or symbolic of the ideals and
aspirations of Caribbean Unity;
(iii) the design must be executed on plain
paper and should be of a size not exceed-
ing 6" x 6" square. The medium should
be in colour;
(iv) no competitor may submit more than
two entries. Competitors who have
already submitted may however submit
a further two new entries;
(v) entries must be accompanied by a state-
ment that the work is the original, un-
aided work of the competitor and not a
copy, and hearing the full name, address
nationality of the competitors;
(vi) in submitting their entries competitors
should explain for the benefit of the
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1973-(No. 61)
judges the significance of the comn
ponents of the emblem which should be
identifiable-that is to say, the
significance of any colour, object or
(vi.) the panel of judges will reserve the
right ot a:n.nd tne winning entry, if
necessary, ii! order to create a suitable
emblem. Tre decision of the judges shall
(viii) entries must be submitted in sealed
envelopes addressed to:
Caribbean Community Secretariat,
Bank of Guyana Building,
(ix) The Closing date for the receipt of
entries is 28th February, 1974.
The following prizes will be awarded:
Five hundred dollars (EC $500)
Two hundred dollars (EC $200).
T HE Public is hereby notified that Government
has approved an increase of 6 cents per lb in
the retail price of Liquid Petroleum Gas with
effect from 5th December, 1973.
As a consequence the retail prices of Liquid
Petroleum Gas will be as follows: -
$30.85 per .100 lb. cylinder
$ 7.17 per 20 lb. cylinder.
Ministry of Finance, Trade & Industry
5th November, 1973.
Ref. No.. MW 85/01.
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
N OTICE is hereby given that a Session of the
SHigh Court at Grenada, in its Criminal Juris.
diction will be held at the Court House in the
town of Saint George on Tuesday the 5th day of
February, 1974, 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
personal attendance, and all officers who have
taken inquisitions, depositions, examinations,
recognisances or other papers cognisable by the
Court are required to return the same without
delay to this office.
Dated this 19th day of December, 1973.
E. C. WILKINSON
Wes; Indies Assoc:ated States Supreme Court.
Chief Registrar's Chambers,
Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan
Trinidad and Tobago Post-graduate Scholarship
in Tropical Agriculture 1974
SNDER the Commonwealth Scholarship/Fell-
owship Plan, the Government of Trinidad
and Tobago is making available one (1) award for
post-graduate studies/research in Tropical Agri-
culture leading to a post-graduate degree or
d.ploma, where appropriate, and tenable at the
University of the West Indies, St. Augustine,
Trinidad effective from the academic year
commencing October, 1974.
The area of study will be limited to the research
and teaching facilities available at the University
of the West Indies, St. Augustine.
This award is tenable for two (2) academic
years in the first instance (unless the course of
study is for a shorter period), with a possibility
of its being extended for a third year, in the
absolute discretion of the Government of Trini-
dad and Tobago, if the candidate's work attains
such a standard that he is recommended by the
University Authorities to study for the Ph.D.
Applicants must be Commonwealth citizens or
Br't-sh protected persons normally resident in the
nominating country. Applicants must already have
a first degree or equivalent qualification in Agri-
culture from a recognized institution of study at
the time of application. As a general rule, appli-
cants should not be more than thirty-five (35)
years of age on 1st October, 1974, Preference
may be given to candidates between twenty-two
(22) and twenty-eight (28) years of age. A detailed
statement from the University or institution of
higher learning from which the applicant
graduated must accompany each application form.
This statement must show the subject studied in
each year of study and the results obtained in
each subject. The grades achieved must be
indicated, if possible.
Applications must be made through the Com-
monwealth Scholarship Agency of the country
making the nomination. Applications must be
made on the prescribed form and nominations
(with five copies of each application) must reach
the Government of Trinidad and Tobago by
31st December, 1973.
Originals of Birth and Educational Certificates
need not to be submitted provided that they have
been seen by the nominating authority and partic-
ulars stated in the application are certified by the
agency as correct.
The following documents must accompany each
(1) Five certified copies of applicant's Uni-
versity/College record (including degree
certificates) the subject studied and as
far as possible, the grades attained dur-
ing each year of study.
(2) Five copies of a statement of not more
than two hundred (200) words outlining
690 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1973-(No. 61)
the applicant's proposed plan of study
and/or research in Trinidad and Tobago.
(3) Confidential comments from three
Application forms are available at the approp-
riate Commonwealth Scholarship Agencies and at
the offices of the Government of Trinidad and
Tobago, in the United Kingdom, Canada,
Jamaica, Guyana and India.
Value of Award (allowances etc.):
The following expenses will be met by the
Government of Trinidad and Tobago:-
(i) Passage from the nominating country to
Trinidad and back for the scholar as
arranged by the Government of Trini-
dad and Tobago;
(ii) Tution and examination fees;
(ii) Any other compulsory University fees
(excluding board and residence fees but
including refundable deposits such as
Caution Money, which will be paid by
and refunded to the Government of
Trinidad and Tobago);
(iv) Cost of approved travelling connected
with the course of study in Trinidad
and Tobago to a maximum of TT $200
per annum (This is not intended ot cover
travelling from the normal place of
residence to the University);
(v) Book allowance of TT $240 per annum;
(vi) A personal Maintenance Allowance of
TT $300 per month to cover board and
lodging, daily travel and personal ex-
(vii) Reasonable hotel charges for a period of
of one (1) week after arrival in Trinidad
(hotel accommodation to be arranged by
the Government o f Trinidad and
Tobago) to permit the scholar to find
If the scholar is accompanied by his
wife and/or children:-
(viii) A wife allowance of TT $1,440 per annum,
provided that she is not employed; and
(ix) Allowances of TT $360 per annum for the
first child and TT $288 per annum each
for the second and the third child.
Allowances are not paid for more than
three (3) children.
N.B. The above allowances are not subject to
tax in Trinidad and Tobago.
General Conditions of Award:
The scholar must return to his/her own coun-
try at the end of the scholarship and in this
connection is required to give a written under-
taking to do so when submitting his/her
The scholar must follow the approved course
of study and abide by the rules of the University
of the West Indies.
An award may be terminated at any time for
reasons of unsat factory conduct, for a breach
of the conditions of award or for failure to make
The scholar will not normally be permitted to
take up paid employment during the tenure of
Candidates for the scholarship must have a
good knowledge of written and spoken English.
Tne successful candidate will be required to sub-
mit a Medical Certificate as to general, physical
and mental fitness before the award can be
All correspondence concerning the financial
and other administrative arrangements in con-
nection with this award should be addressed to:--
The Chief Personnel Officer,
13-15 St. Cla'r Avenue,
HILTON H. CUPID
Chief Personnel Officer.
TREASURY BILLS;-ISSUE NO. 3
r ENDERS are invited for the issue of Grenada
SGovernment Treasury Bills which: will be
made to the amount of $1,000,000.
These Bills will be in denominations of $1,000,
%5.0,0, $10.000 and .50.000 and will be pavwble
at par ninety-days after the date of issue. They
will be issued on Thursday. 27th December, 1973.
and payable on 27th March, 1974.
Each tender must be for an amount of not less
than $1,000 and must specify the amount which
will be given for every ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS of the amount tendered.
Bills will be issued in denominations appropri-
ate to the amount requested in the tender.
Application forms are available at the treasury
-nd, when completed, should be forwarded to the
Treasury in sealed envelopes addressed:-
Treasury Bill Tender.
The Accountant General,
All applications must reach the Treasury not
later than 11.00 a.m. on Friday, 21st December,
Successful applicants will be notified by letter
not later than Monday. 24th December, 1973.
The Government of Grenada reserves the right
to accept or reject any tender in whole or in part.
Ministry of Finance, Trade and Industry
14th December, 1973.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1973-(No. 61)
Grenada Cocoa Association
EFFECTIVE Is- October, 1973 and u:'
Further notice, advances to producers .o ,
deliveries of Cocoa will be as follows:
... 5 cenrs :per 1.
S cecn.s per ib.
. cents per ib.
CONRAD B. DOUGLAS
rTadc.s t Suslies to Government Institutions
during the year 1974
SEALED tenders will be received by the Chair-
Sman Tenders Board, Preiier's Office, Botanic
Gardens, St. George's, until 12.00 noon on
Thursday, December 27, 19.,3, for the supply
during the year 1974 of such quantities of he
undermentioned articles as may be daily or other-
wise required for the use of the several
Government Institutions and Departments in the
towns and parishes of St. George's, St. Anddew'j
HEAD A-MEAT, FISH ETC.
Beef, fresh without bore ... per pound
(Note "without bone" means cuts con-
taining not less than 75% meat)
Beef, fresh with bone ... per pound
Pork, fresh ... ... ... per pound
Chicken (Dressed) ... ... per pound
Fish, fresh ... ... ... per pound
HEAD B-DAIRY PRODUCTS
Milk, fresh ... ... ... per boitle
Eggs ... ... ... per dozen
(General Hospital, R/Hill Institutions
'irevoc d (heavy only) ...
(Gor R/Hill Institutions)
(Princess Alice Hospital, St. Andrew's)
HEAD A-MEAT, FISH ETC.
Milk, f esh ... ... per
Beef, s It ... ...
Fsh, fi sh ... ...
F.sh, slt ......
Caicker, (Dressed) ...
Pork, fesh ......
Pork, s:t ... ... ...
KEAD D-DAIRY PRODUCTS
Eggs ... ... ...
::ilk ... ... ...
(Irinccs Royal Hospital Carriacou)
HEAD A-MEAT, FISH ETC.
E eef, ir.sh without bone ...
(1 ote without t bone" means cuts con-
t ining not less than 75% meat)
Beef, fresh with bone ...
Chicken, (Dressed) ...
Pork, fresh ... ...
HEAD B-DAIRY PRODUCTS
... per cord
... ... ... per dozen
... per bottle
HEAD C-GROUND PROVISION
Plantains ... ... ... per pound
P mpkins ... ... ... per pound
Potatoes, sweet ... ... per pound
Tannias ... ... ... per pound
Yams ... ... ... per pound
ndLrs should be submitted in sealed
envelopes marked "Tenders for supplies to
Government Institutions" and addressed to the
Chairman, Tenders Board, Prerier's Office,
a an.c Garcins, St. George's.
Si:' :s'r! c Health and Housing,
L':emnbe 13, 1973.
LGENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUT IEG ASSOCIATION
Effective as from lst January, 1974
Advanic ra~es paya ble for deliveries of Nutmegs and M ice are as follows:--
-I--------~I-- ~ -
No. 1. Mace
No. 2. Mace
Mace Pick ngs
20c. per lb.
2 C. "
Fix-d by t'-e Nutmeg Board 19ih December, 1973 in ccorc I-ce wit- section 58 of the Nutmeg
Ir-d. '-ry Ord nance.
RO.BE R S. RIFNWICK
692 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1973-(No. 61)
WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED STATES
Court of Appeal
NOTICE OF SITTINGS
PURSUANT to rule 5 (1) of the Court of Appeal Rules 1968 the Acting Chief Justice has directed
that during 1974 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 ...
St. Lucia ...
St. ChrT'stopher- Nevis-
... 21st Janua-y
... lthl F bru ry
... 28a I't bruary
S 6it Marchl
Note: Fixtures will be made for Montserrat a;d 11 e Virigin Islands as required.
By Order of the Act'ng Chief Justice.
E. C. WILKINSON
Chief Registrar, W.I.A.SS.C.
Ci::mbers, Court of Appeal,
November 10, 1973.
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