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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


unbiistrhb by 3lnthoriti,


VoL. 73.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1955. [No. 65.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

APPOINTMENTS.

No. 315.
M R. J. S. Ross, Agricultural Assistant (Forestry)
Sto be Forest Supervisor, Department of
Agriculture, with effect from 1st January, 1955.
12th November, 1955.
P.F. 380.

No. 316.
ESSRS. C. CAMPBELL, and N. CREFT, to be
Plant Disease Inspectors, Department of
Agriculture, with effect from 1st November, 1955.
12th November, 1955.
P.FS. 945 & 946.

RESUMPTION.
No. 317.
SEFERRING to Gazette Notice No. 128, the
Honourable Sir DONALD JACKSON, Kt., Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court of the Windward
and Leeward Islands returned to the Colony on
3rd November, 1955, and resumed duty.
12th November, 1955.
P.F. 445.

No. 318.
SEFERRING to Gazette Notice No. 112,
Dr. F. C. ALEXIS, Medical Superintendent,
Colony Hospital, resumed duty on 4th November,
1955.
12th November, 1955.
P.F. 498.


No. 309.
Tenders for the Conveyance of Mails and Passengers
between Carriacou and Petit Martinique.

SEALED Tenders are invited for the conveyance
Sof mails, passengers and cargo weekly by boat
between Cacriacou and Petit Martinique.
2. Persons and articles shall be conveyed free
when carried on behalf of Covernment and under
the conditions laid down in the contract.
3. The contract will be for a period of one year
from 1st January, to 31st December, 1956.
4. Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, marked "Tender for thp conveyance
of mails, passengers and cargo between Carriacou
and Petit Martinique" ny 4 p.m. on 25th November,
1955.
24th October, 1955.
M.P. 1078.

No. 310.
Interment Of Paupers.

SEALED Tenders will be received for burial of
paupers in the undermentioned districts
during the year 1956 :-
Town of Grenville and Parish of St. Andrew
(including pauper inmates of the
Princess Alice Hospital);
Town of Victoria and Parish of St. Mark;
Town of Sauteurs and Parish of St. Patrick
Parish of St. David; and
The Dependency of Carriacou.
Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, St. George's, marked "Tender for
burial of paupers" by 4.p.m. on 25th November,
1955.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 12, 19.5.-(No. 65i.


Forms of tender may be obtained on application
at the Government Office.
Government does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any tender.
By Command,
GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office.
2)th October, 1955.
AT.P. 1852/56.

NOTICE
Committee For Selection Of Student Nurses
For Training In The United Kingdom.

d OVE tNl ME NT has set up a Committee, com-
G prison of the following persons to deal with
the selecli,-n of nursing candidates who wish to
apply for training in the United Kingdom :-
The Nursiing Superintendent (Chairman)
L-bour Commissioner
Inspector of Schools
SSocial Welfare Officer
Mrs. C. Gun-Munro.
2. 'Jhe duties of the Clommitioe will be:
(i) to keep in touch with and advise (a) local
applicants for nursing training, and (b)
the authorities in the United Kingdom
responsible for the placing of candidates
in hospitals, and (c) answer enquiries
from individual hospital matrons;
(ii) when required to check references, supply
details of education and previous nurs-
ing training, if any, and arrange
medical examinations.
3. All candidates wishing to enter U. K.
hospitals are therefore, advised to gp't in touch
with the Nursing Superintendent before
making any arrangements in the matter.

"Government, Office,
Grenada.
31st October, 1955.


NOTICE.

Open General Licences--IVeats.

IMPORTERS are hereby notified that Open
General Licences in respect of item "meats"
allow the importation of such products not packed
in hermetically sealed containers from the following
countries only under the Animals (Diseases and
Importation), 1953 Ordinance, No. 9,:-(Great
Britain, 'Northern Ireland, Eire, Canada, New
Zealand, Australia and the United States of
America.
Import of Salami Sausages packed in tin foil
are not permitted from other countries than those
listed above.
The prohibition of import of all pork products
from the U. S. A. is still in force.

WILLIAM G. DONELAN,
Competent Authority.
27th October, 1955.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.


TREASURY.

T is hereby notified for general information that
Wednesday 30th November, 1i)55, is the last
day for the payment of Land & iouse Tax
without fine.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.

Treasury Department,
St. George's,
8th November, !905..


CUSTOMS.

N accordance with *,he powers vested in me
under Section 21 0o the Customs Ordinance,
Cap. 58. I appoint the three (3) Bulk Installation
Tanks: Nos. 234, 235, and 236, situated at
Pontenoy, as warehouseS for warehousing of
pet ol without payment cf duty on the first entry
thereof.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Colonial Treasurer.

Treasury & Customs Dept.,
Grenada,
21st October, 1955.


CUSTOMS.

TrHE undermentioned articles forfeited for a
I breach of the Customs Ordinance will be
offered for sale by public auction at the Customs,
St. George's, on Thurssday,. '24th NSoember, 1955,
at 2 o'clock p.m.
(4) Four bottles whisky
(1100) Eleven hundred cigarettes.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.

Treasury & Customs,
St. George's.
31st October, 1955.


POST OFFICE.

T is hereby notified for general information that
the 5)c. and $1.50 Stamps with a. change in
the Royal Cypher will be placed on sale at Post
Office Counters on Fridaiy, 2ud December, 1955.

F. I1. PHILLIP,
Colonial Postmaster.


General Post Office,
Grenada,
8th November, 1955.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 12, 1955.-(No. 65.)


EDUCATION.

Examinations for Filling 32 Vacant
Exhibitions (20 Primary and 12 Post
Primary) Tenable at Secondary
Schools, Grenada.

SOTICE is hereby given that Competitive
n;Viaminatims lor filling the ahove. vacant
Exhibitions will be held on tie folhlwing dates at
10 o'clock a.m. at the Gr(nj.lia Boys' -eccndary
School (Tanlteen), and ait the Dovei (Government
School, Carriacou :-
Primary --Monday, 12th December, 1955.
Post Primary-Tuesday, 13th December,
1955,
(a) The Exhibitions are of the value of the
School fees. In addition each exhibi-
tioner will receive eight dollars (.'S.00)
per annum fi.r books.
(b) The Exhibitions are open to competition
oniv by pupils of the Elementary
(including Private) Schools who produce
certificates cf good conduct and regular
,!tendance during the two years
innediately preceding the date fixed
for the competition. Competitors for
the Primary Exhibitions must be horn
on or after 13th December, 1943, and
Competitors for the Pcst Primary
Exhibitions must be born during the
period 14th December, 1941, and 12th
December, 194:3.
(c) The subjects of examination are as follows-
(i) English Comprehension Test.
(i) IEnglish Grammar.
(iii) Simple Arithmetic.
(d) The successful candidates will be required
to attend school within fourteen
(1-1 days) of being notified.
2. Every candidate should state on his application
the name of the Secondary school he would like to
-attend.
3. Applic'iti ms, accompanied by proper proofs
of age, must reach the Education Officer not later
than Saturday, 26th November, 1955.
4. It should be clearly understood that candidates
must enter for one only of the above examinations.
5. Candidates will be considered for the award
of scholarships irrespective of sex.
A. C. G. PALMER,
Education Oficer.
Education Department,
Grenada, B.W.I.,
28th October, 1955.

NOTICE.
Government Cold Storage.

TO further goods will be received by Govern-
N ment for Cold Storage. Goods already in
Cold Storage must be removed before 30th of
November, 1955, as the Government plant will be
closed down from this date.

H. W. D. SCOTr,
Chief Engineer.
.5th November, 1935.


British Caribbean Currency Board.

Legal Tender of Currency Notes Issued by
Government of Jamaica in Eastern Group
of British Caribbean Colonies.

SIlE attention of the public is drawn to the fact
That blue Jamaica ten shilling notes were
demonetized by the Government of Jamaica on
1st July, 1951. Purple ten shilling noies only are
thereftr e now legal tender in Ja.macia and the
Eastern Group of British Caribbean Colonies.

L. SPENCE,
E.t'.ecetive CoInnmissmoner
]Brtishi Ciri'bberta CurrcInc; Lo. :rd.
28th Cctol.er, 1955.


Statement of Currency Note Circulation
in the British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group) on 1st October, 1955.

Averagne circulation
during Augus V1"5 : Britishi
Caribbean Currency Notes ... $54,299,416.00
Demonetized Goveiniment
notes (outstanding) ... 1,339,324.00
$55,638,770.00
British Cariblbean Currency Notes
in circulation on 1st October, 1955:
Trinidad & Tobago (includ-
ing Montserrat) ... $27,602,253.00
Barbados ... 5,335,6:5.00
British Guiana ... 13,878,320.50
Grenada ... 1,939,100.(.0
St. Vincent ... 504,400.00
St. Lucia ... 9:14,000.00
Dominic: ... 1,094,400.00
Antigua ... 1,545,300.00
St. Kitts ... 1,519,500.00


Total British Caribbean
Currency Notes ... $54,3
Demonetized Trinidad & Tobago
Government notes
outstanding ... $898,142.00
I)emonetized British
Guiana Government
notes outstanding ... 315,392.50
Demonetized Barbados
Government notes
outstanding ... 85,659.00
Total demonetized Government
notes outstanding ... 1.2


Total Circalation on
1st October, 1955 ...


:52,898.50


95,193.50


$55,643,092.00


L. !)PENCE,
Executive Commissioner
British Caribbean Currency Roard.
B'ritish Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port-of-Spain,
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 12, 1955.-(No. 65.)


NOTICE.

GOVERNMENT CLERICAL VACANCIES.

APPLICAT ONS are invited for clerical appoint
ments in connexion with the implementation
of the Agriculture (Hurricane Rehabilitation)
Scheme on the following conditions:-
(i) Appointments are temporary and non-
pensionable and are terminable by one
month's notice in writing given either
way.
(ii) Salary within a minimum of $94 and a
maximum of $133 per month, the
actual salary being fixed in the light
of applicants' qualifications and ex-
perience.
2. Theie are ten such posts to be filled, one for
each Agricultural Area, and the candidates selected
will be required to work with the revelant Area
Committees which have been set up by legislation.
Suitable candidates resident in the various areas
are likely to be given priority over equally qualified
applicants from other areas. Successful applicants
must he prepared to assume duty within one
week.
3. Applications should be addressed to His
Honour the Administrator, Government Office, St.
George's, to reach him as early as possible.
Government Office,
Grenada,
12th November, 1955.


VACANT POST

Graduate Master, Queen's Royal College,
Trinidad, B.W.I.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified graduates of approved Universities
for appointment to the post of Master, Queen's
Royal College, Trinidad, B.W.I., to teach
Mathematics.
The post is pensionable and carries salary on the
scale $3,600-120-$4,320-240-$5,040 per annum
for a graduate of an approved University and
$3,600-120-44,320-240-$6,000 per annum for the


holder of a recognized Hon urs Degree or an
equivalent qualification. A cost of living allowance
is payable on salaries not exceeding $4,32'i per
annum.
Appointment will be stbj ct to the applicant's
medical fitness, and will Ie on probation for two
years.
The successful candidate will be required to
teach Mathematics to School Certificate and
Higher School Certificate Standard, and ability to
assist in Games and Athletics will be an additional
qualification.
The successful candidate will be required to
commence his duties in January 1956, or a-s soon
after as possible.
Applications should be submitted to the Colonial
Secretary on the prescribed forms which may be
obtained from the personnel Branch of the Colonial
Secretariat. The completed forms should reach
the Secretariat not later than 30th November, 1955.
Original testimonials should not be submitted.


Tenders For New Bridges.

y ENDERS are invited from reputable Con-
tractors for the complete erection of twelve
bridges in the Colony, Fcrms of Tender,
Conditions of contract Specifications and Plans
can be obtained from the Public Works
Department on payment of a deposit of $25.
Contractors may tender for all or any number
of the twelve bridges. Deposits wiil be refunded
on the receipt of a bona fide tender for one or
more bridges and the return of plans and
documents.
Completed tenders on t e proper Form of
Tender should be addressed to His Honour the
Administrator and endorsed NEW BRIDGES and.
delivered so as to reach Government Office by
midday on Monday 14th November.

R. G. RAE,
Suzpe7intendent of Public Works.
Public Works Department,
St. George's,
Grenada,
1st November, 1955.


POST OFFICE.
Post early tor Christmas.


THE latest times for closing Mails to ensure delivery to destination before
follows:-


Christmas Day are as-


SBY SuRIACE MAIL By Air MAI:,
DESTINATIONS.
Letters & Prins Parcelp Letters & Prints


Great Britain and Europe .. November 19th November 17th December 6th
United States of America ... December 2nd Iecember 1st December 9th
Canada ... November 14th November 14th December 9th
British Guiana ... November 24tn November 24th December 9th
West Indies ... November 19th November 19th December 8th
Jamaica ... November 16th November 16th December 9th
Trinidad & Tobago ... December 9th December 9th December 20th

Supplementary Christmas Mails will be despatched, if suitable opportunities offer.


General Post Office,
Grenada,
October 18th, 1955.


F. P. PHILLIP,
Colonial Postmaster.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 12, 1955.-(No. 65).


441


NOTICE.

TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF SURPLUS STOCK.

TENDERS for the purchase of Miscellaneous Buildirg Materials are invited by the Government of
St. Lucia. A list of the articles offered is attached. Articles may be inspected by arrangement
with the Colonial Engineer between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on any day except Wednesday
when the period for inspection will be from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
2. Intending purchasers will be expected to make offers in writing for any quantity of the articles
set out in the said list.
3. The articles are stored in the Colonial Development Corporation building at the Conway and at
Bis6e near Castries. The purchaser will provide the necessary transport and labour for the removal
of such articles as may be purchased.
4. Sealed Tenders to be marked TENDERS FOR THE PURCHASE OF SURPLUS STOCK" should be
sent to the Chairman of the Tenders Board, Treasury, by the 30th November.
5. Government does not bind itself to accept the highest or any tender.

A. C. H. BAYNES,
Chairman, Tenders Board.


LIST OF STORES.


Description, &c.


lb. Nails
do
do
do
,, do
Dust
rolls Felt
cwt. Serapite,
,Cement
doz. Bolts


lb. Putty
lb. do
only Stopends
lb. Lead
lb. do
pkts. Distemper


coarse


Bradhead Oval, 2 ins.
do do 11 ins.
common wiie 11 ins.
do do 1 in.
Bradhead Oval 1 in.
Carborundum
Roofing bitumen, 36 ins.

Keen's pink
hook galvanized i` X 84
without nuts
sash steel tropical
do do
round gutter 6 ins.
sheet


- white muraline


- 10 bags and 1 keg
- 10 bags.
- 1M; hags and 6 tins
- I bag.
- 9 bags.
- 5 bags and 43 lb.

- 20 bags, approximate 2 cwt.
- 14 bags of approx. 300 lb.

- 6 bags.
- 1 cwt. tins.
- 3 tins.

- 10 rolls and 2 pieces.
- 7 rolls and 1 piece.
- 31 lb. packets.


GLACIER.

window clear,
do
do
do


32 ozs.
32 do
32 do
32 do


48 x 48 ins.
35 x 25 ins.
48 x 48 ins.
48 x 48 ins.-62 pairs.


IRONMONGERY.

Hinges butt brass double steel washered
do butt, C.. 4 ins. (1 side broken)
Oil mould 'Duckmans' 1 drum.
Oil Shell, P. 5 2 drums.
Thinners for above 1 drum-50 gals; 1-10 gals
Hat & Coat, black Jap, 5' ins.

PLUMBING.


lb. Lead Sheets 7 rolls
ft. Copper Tubing 1-1 ins.
ft. do 1 ins.
ft. do 2 ins.
ft. do 11 ins. 4 lent
ft. do 1l ins. 7 leng
ft. do 2 ins. 9 lenl
doz. Copper clips spacing 1 in. 48--
do do in. 71-
doz. do do li ins.
doz. do do 2 ins.
only Tees Iron to copper: assorted, to be sold as one lot.


Sand 1 piece.


gths.
;ths.
gths.
-7
73


Quantity.

1,206
1,117
2,333
95
1,005
485
9
39
36
932~

734
336
6
3,685
2,435
40


Glass
do
do
do


sheets
sq. ft.





pairs

gals.


hook


2,435
78
191
135
67
126
162
4

2
4
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442 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 12, 1955.-(No. 65.)

LIST OF STORES.-Contd.

ROOFING.

Quantity. Description, &c.

6,970 sq. ft Asbestos corrugated sheets-Big Six, 7 ft. X 3 ft. 6 ins.
11,368 ,, do do do do do do
196 ,, do do by 6 ins. for louvres
448 ,, do do sheets flat, 8 feet by 4 feet.
110 only Troughing: standard unit grey 7 feet L.H.
2 ,, do do do do (damaged)
18 ,, do do eaves unit grey, 6 feet by 6 feet L.H.
14 ,, do do do do 6 feet
31 ,, do apron flashing pieces for unit W/turnups
1 ,, do do do piece (damaged)
14 ,, do standard dead lights, grey, 7 feet L.H,
5 ,, do Soaker flanges grey, 6 ins. interior diameter.
81 ,, Bolts: hook crankled 7 ins. diameter.
141 ,, do do do 5 ,, do
13 ,, do do do 121 ,, do
25 ,, do do do i0 ,,
323 ,, do do seam galvanized. 22 ins.
143 ,, do do do 2 ins.

STEEL.

12.29 tons Steel, varying lengths of 10 ft. to 36 ft.-1 in.
12.65 ,, do Reinforcing 1 in.
14.84 ,, do do lI in.
15.87 ,, do do 11 in.

STEEL PARTITIONING.

90 Half Post-H.P./84/F.
19 Boxes cornices C/120/F.
9 do do C/72/F.
4 Filler Plates, louvres.
26 -Wall Channels, WC/84 F.
6 do 120
48 Post Covers 2 way 2W/84/F.
16 do do 2W/168/F.
8 do do 2W/84/F.
26 do do 2W/84/F.
48 do do 2W/84/F.
11 do do 2W/54/F.
33 Junction Covers, 3 way 3W/84/F.
2 End Channels, EC/84/F.
8 Bottom Glass Frames B.C.F./30/F.
8 do do do B.C.F./30/F.
15 do do do B.C.F./36/F.
2 Top Glass Frames G.F.T./24/F.
8 do do G.F.T./30/F.
15 do do /36/
2 do do /42/
3 do do /42/
67 Side Upper Glass Frames SUGF/42/F.
25 do do /42/
4 do do /30/
4 Corner Channels cc/84/F.
11 Solid Bottom Panels SP/36/F.
11 Insert Panels 1 P/36/F.
2 Solid Bottom Panels SP/36/F.
2 Insert Panels 1 P/36/F.
5 Solid Bottom Panels SP/30/F.
5 Insert Panels 1 P/24/F.
3 Solid Bottom Panels SP/24/F.
3 Insert Panels 1 P/24/F.
15 Solid Bottom Panels SP/42/F.
15 Insert Panels 1 P/42/F.
15 Solid Bottom Panels SP/42/F.
15 Insert Panels 1P/42/F.
13 Soiid Bottom Panels SP/48/F.














~


405
7,161
584
6
81
5
6
7
24
7,660


Concrete Blocks, solid-3 ins.
'Twin Leaf 9 ins.-17i x 8i ins.
Twin Leaf 81 X 8- ins.
Cover Slabs
Cradles--S.C. 4 ins.
do 6 ins.
Manhole Rings-15 ft. X 27 ins.
Pipes, O.G. 22 ft. X 18 ins.
Purlins 10 ft. long.
Wall Ties.


NOTICE.


Grenada Co-operative Nuntmeg Associatioin.


Effective from 15th August, 1955
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Cracked Grinders

,Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Advances


10 Cents

15 do.

7 do.

70 do.

40 do.

20 do.


443


F. C. HUGHES,
Secretary.
Date fixed: 31st October, 1955.


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 12, 1955.-(No. 65).

LIST OF STORES.-Contd.

STEEL PARTITIONING.
Quantity. Description, &c.

13 Insert Panels 1P/48/F.
1 Solid Bottom Panel SP/48/F.
1 do do do SP/48/F.
8 do do Panels SP/
8 Insert do do IP/
4 Top Fillers JF/942/F.
2 do do TF/1830/F.
6 do do IF/1842/F.
6 do do IF/1842/F.
1 Top Filler IF/i818/F.
40 Skirting Trim ST/120/F.
28 do do
40 C120/F for ST 120/F.
20 do do do
11 do do do
150 Top and Bottom Clips TBC/F.
373 Screws and Nuts -i" x i
9 Channels CH/18/F.
28 do do
42 do CH/9/F.
19 do do
45 Filler Plates FP/9/48
4 do do FP/1884
2 do do /9/40
3 Single Doors
1 Single Door
6 Single Doors
2 Double Doors

PRECAST ITEMS.


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444 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 12, 1955.-(No. 65).

LABOUR DEPARTMENT.
SRI.N AD^,
31st October, 1955.
'I'lI; followinia memoraidninm on the subject of Cos.-of-Living lrjcex Fi ures, in so far as the working
.I la's families are concerned, is published for general information.
JOHN R. DABREO
Acting La o)iur Commissioner.

COST OF LIVING INDEX FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1955.


The Cost-of-Living Index for all items at the end of October, 1955. was
following fable shows the Cost-of-Living Index Figures at the end of eacn month as
the basic vear (AIueLst, 1939) taken as 100:-


288, and the
compared with


Y ir a iI Jan.


193 ...

1942 ...

1:)41 3 173

1944 168

1945 180

1946 184

1947 190

1948 210

9!49 206

1950 220

1951 216


1952

1953

1954

1955


Feb. March


174

167

181

182

190

210

206

220

216

271

289

290

292


175

167

181

182

195

210

S00


April


May


172 169

172 176

182 1.82

182 182


195

212

205

220

220

272

290

290

292


Statistics for
All items ...
Food only ...


June
...


199

213

205

220

235

272

291

291

291


.I lyv






171

178

180

184

199

209

204

220

277

287

291

291

291


October, 1955.
... 188%
... 201%


Food : The average level of retail prices of those articles taken into account in the food group
was the same as at 30th September, 1955, and 201% higher than at 1939.
Rent: There has been no change recorded in the general level of the working-class rents.
Fuel and Cleaning: There wns no change in the figure for this class during the period under
review. The increase of 165% on the 1939 prices shown in the figure for 30th September, 1955,
remained unchanged.
Clothing: Information collected from retailers indicated that at 31st October, 1955, the
average level of retail prices of clothing of the kinds generally bought by the worklog-class families
was the same as at 30th September, 1955. and 188% higher than at 1939.
All Others : There was no change in the prices of the articles under this group. The increase of
95% on the 1939 prices shown in the figure for 30th September, 1955, remained unchanged.
All Items: If the average changes in the cost of all the foregoing items are combined in accord.
ance with their relative importance in the 1939 working-class family expenditure, the r fultai.t, general
average increase at 31st October, 1955, was the same as at 30th September, 1955, and 188%
higher than at 1939.
GRENADA.

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