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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: March 2, 1957
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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


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VoL. 75.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1957. [No. 11.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 50.
THE signed Royal Warrant has been received
dispensing with the Investure of COLVILLER
MONTGOMERY DEVERELL, Esq., C.M.G., C.V.O.,
O.B.E. as a Knight Commander of the Most
Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint
George and granting unto him full power and
authority to wear the Insignia of, and enjoy the
precedence and privileges appertaining and belong-
ing unto a Knight Commander of the said Most
Distinguished Order together with the use and
enjoyment of the Distinctive appellation of a
Knight Bachelor until it shall be convenient for
the Queen to confer that Honour personally, the
whole in as full and ample a manner as he would
have been entitled to enjoy the same had he been
formally invested and the Honour of Knighthood
had been conferred upon by Her Majesty.
2nd March, 1957.

APPOINTMENTS.
No. 51.
T HE following have been appointed members of
the Board of Education, in accordance with
the provisions of Section 6 of the Education Ordi-
nance 1936 (No. 42 of 1936) for the period 1st
January, 1957 to 31st December, 1957:-
The Education Officer-Chairman.
Honourable F. B. Paterson, J.P.
Monseignor Justin Field
The Ven. Archdeacon H. G. Pigott, M.A.
Rev'd Henry Cooke
Mr. K. I. M. Smith, M.A.
Rev'd Sister Frances Margaret


Rev'd Sister Frances Teresa
Brother Leonard Dennehy
Mr. J. V. Redhead, J.P., A.C.P.
Mr. Franklin Sylvester
lMr.. Z. Mark
Mr. J. W. Fletcher, J.P., M.D.E.
26th February, 1957.
M.P. SS 167 II.

No. 52.
T HE Iight Honouralle tho Socretary of ta'te
for the Colonies has noticed the Governor
that the Queen will not be advised to exercise Her
hMajesty's power of disallowance wiith respect to
the following Ordinance of the Grenada Legisla-
ture :-
No, 20 of 1956.-An Ordinance to make certain
amendments in the Statute Law of the
Colony.
2nd March, 1957.

No. 53.
THE following documents are circulated with'
and form part of this Gazette :-
S.R. & 0. No. 4.-The Pensionable Offices
Order, 1957.
S. R. & 0. No. 5.-The Facilities for Title
(Authority for Certificates) Order, 1957.
S.R. & O. No. 6.-The Travelling and Subsist-
ence Allowances (Amendment) Regulations,
1957.
S.R. & 0. No. 7.-The Stamp Ordinance (Sche-
dule Amendment) Order, 1957.
S.R. & 0. No. 8.-The Agriculture (Hurricane
Rehabilitation) (Amendment) Regulations,.
1957.
2nd March, 1957.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 2, 1957.-(No 11.)


No. 54.
THE following Draft Bills for Ordinances which
were introduced and read a first time in the
Legislative Council on the 28th February, 1957.
are published for general information. A copy of
each Bill is issued with this Gazette.
Bill for an Ordinance to amend the Fisheries
Loans Ordinance, 1954.
Bill for an Ordinanc to amend the Carriacou
Land Settlement and Developement Ordin-
ance, 1954.
By Command,
GEO. F. HOSTEN,
for Administrator.
Government Office,
2nd March, 1957.


Course in Business and Public Administra-
tion, U.C.W.I. Jamaica.

T is proposed to hold a course of training in
Business and Public Administration this
summer at the University College of the West
Indies. The course will be residential and a
charge of $4.80 per day will be made to cover
board and lodging. It will run from eight to ten
weeks and the exact dates will be notified later.
2. The main subjects of the course will be :-
Personnel Policies-including selection, training,
promotion, incentives and supervision;
Delegation and the Structure of Organization;
Methods of Control, especially Financial and
Statistical;
The Political, Economic and Social Development
of the British Caribbean Area;
Trade Unions, Employers and Government;
Sources of Capital;
Government and Business;
Problems of Development.
3. The Course will be open to persons employed
in the Government Service as well as persons
engaged in commerce.
4. Commercial firms wishing to nominate
students will be required to meet the cost (includ-
ing passages) themselves.
5. Nominations, should be addressed to His
Honour the Administrator, Government Office, to
reach him not later than 15th March, 1957.
Government Office,
Grenada.
21st February, 1957.
A1.P. 691 M.


NOTICE.

Friendly Societies Regulations, 1956.

T is notified for general information that copies
of the Friendly Societies Regulations, 1956,
are available for sale at the Government Office at
a price of $1. 00 each.
Government Office,
St. George's.
19th February, 1957
M. P. J32/40 11.


NOTICE.

THE Public is hereby notified thaa meeting of
the Select Committee of the Legislative
Council appointed to consider the private bill for
the Lincoln Radix (Registration as Medical Officer)
Ordinance will be held at the C4ancil Chamber,
York House at 10 a.m. on Thursday, 7th March
1957.
The following relevant extract of the Rules of
the Legislative Council is published for general
information:-
(9) No person, other than a Member of
the Council, shall be heard in opposition to
any Private Bill, unless he has previously
lodged a petition with the Clerk showing the
nature of his objections to the bill, and stating
whether his objections extend to the whole or
some part of the preamble, if any, or to the
clauses of the said bill, and praying that he
may be heard by himself or his counsel against
the bill.
(10) Subject to the provisions of this rule,
all petitions against a bill containing a prayer
that the petitioners be heard by themselves or
counsel shall stand referred to the Select
Committee, and the Select Committee shall
hear all such opposers who appears to have
a locus standi."
Any person or persons who wish to object to the
bill, should lodge a petition with the Clerk of the
Legislative Council in accordance with this Rule
not later than Tuesday, 5th March, 1957.
GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Clerk Legislative Council.
Government Office,
Grenada.
23rd February, 1957.


NOTICE.
CARNIVAL REGULATIONS.

HE public is hereby warned that the following
acts constitute offences against the law :-
(a) Celebrating the Carnival before 6.00 a.m. on
the Monday preceding Shrove Tuesday or
after midnight on Shrove Tuesday;
(b) Lighting or keeping alight any bonfire in any
public place on the Sunday preceding the
Carnival or on the night of the Monday
preceding z Shrove Tuesday, commonly known
as Cannes Brulee".
(c) Singing of indecent, immoral or libellous
songs;
(d) Carrying of whips, sticks, or other offensive
weapons;
(c) Dressing or disguising as a person of the
opposite sex;
(f) Blowing of any noisy instruments (including
conch shells) BETWEEN MIDNIGHT on
Saturday preceding the Carnival and 6.00
a.m. on the Monday of Carnival.


Government Office,
St. George's,
Grenada.
27th February, 1957.


W. MACMILLAN,
A dminist'rator.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 2, 1957.-(No 11.)


POLICE NOTICE.

CARNIVAL

Use of Vehicles Licensed as Goods Vehicles
for the Conveyance of Passengers.

(1) In the interest of public safety the attention
cf the owners of Goods Vehicles is directed
to Soh-section (3) of Section 14 of the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance,
1l9S3, v.-hich provides for the grant of
permission to enable a vehicle licensed as
a Goods Vehicle to be used as a private
motor car for the conveyance of passengers
without t hire or reward.
*(2) Owners of Goods Vehicles intending to use
them for the purpose of conveying passen-
gers during Carnival are advised to apply
to Police Heaidquarters, St. George's for
the necessary permission to do so. This
will be given only after inspection of the
vehicle, when a certificate will be issued,
and on production of a policy of insurance
in respect of third party risks which policy
complies with the requirements of the
Motor Vehicles Insurance (Third Party
Risks) Ordinance, 1939.
(3) Owners ant ])rivers of Goods Vehicle are
hereby warned that the carriage of passen-
gers in Goods Vehicles contrary to the
provisions of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance will render them liable
to prosecution.


J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.


Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
Grenada. B.W.I.
27th February, 1957.


$1,000 REWARD


A REWARD of $1,000 is offered to any person
giving information leading directly to the
capture of Festus LEWIS, alias "Spider", alias
"Rioy Haywood", alias "Matthew Haywood',
.alias "Blows" of St. Pauls, Grenada, a labourer
and stevedore, wanted for Murder.

DESCRIPTION AS FOLLOWS:
About 5 Ft. 8 Inches in height, stout build,
:brown complexion, round and wrinkled face with
high cheek bones, scar on left cheek, mole on left
forearm, black and curly hair, gold capped teeth at
front of mouth, little finger missing on left hand,
and walks with rolling gait and chest up.
Information will be treated with the strictest
confidence.

(Sgd) J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
Grenada, B. W. I.
6th February, 1957.


NOTICE.
Token Imports Scheme Canada and U.S.A.

IT is hereby notified for public information that
the Token Imports scheme Canada and
United States of America will continue in 1957 on
the same basis as 1956.
Ministry of Trade and Production,
Grenada.
15th February, 1957.


NOTICE.
limited number of copies of the Grenada
1 l Report for 1954 is available for sale at
Government Office at 72 cents per copy.
Government Office.
15th February, 1957.

POLICE NOTICE.

QECTION 399 of Chapter 55 of the Laws of
S Grenada, 1934, is hereby published for the
general information of the public .-
Whoever, knowing or having reason to
believe that any person has committed or has
been convicted of any crime, aids conceals or
harbours the person, with the purpose of en-
abling him to avoid lawful arrest or the ex-
ecution of his sentence, shall, if the crime is
punishable with death or with imprisonment
tor ten years or upwards, be liable to imprison-
ment for five years, or shall if the crime is a
felony other than aforsaid, be liable to im-
prisonment for two years, or shall, if the crime
is a misdemeanor, be liable to imprisonment
for six months. "
J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.

DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

TREASURY
T is hereby notified for general information that
during the month of January 1957, the follow-
ing persons have been granted Auctioneers'
Licences under Ordinance No. 12 of 1951:-
Mr. A Norris Hughes, J.P., St, George's
Mr. M. A. Bullen, St. Paul's
Mr. F. J. Archibald, St. George's.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
30th January, 1957,


Towns Administration Ordinance- Cap. 225.

NOTICE is hereby given that Assessment Lists
S in respect of the Town of St. George may
be seen at the Treasury, and in respect of the
other Towns at the respective District Revenue
Offices, from the 1st day of February, to the
30th day of April next, and that attendance will be
given at such offices for the purpose of receiving
the rates mentioned in the Assessment Lists.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
30th January, 1957.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 2, 1957.--(No. 11.)


Income Tax



NTOTICES of Employers Returns have boen sent
1i to all Employers and Heads of Government
Departments, and the co-operation of these Em-
ployers is requested so that the returns may be
received at the Income Tax Department not later
than the 28th iebrlaryn next.
The Income Tax Ordinance, Cap. 103, provides
that it shall be the duty of every employer to
send in such return. Failure to do so within the
prescribed period carries a penalty not exceeding
$480.00.
H. R. SCIP10,
Acting( Comptroller of Inlhaid 1'crenue. i
30th January, 1957.




THE Income Tax Ordinance states that :-
"It shall be the duty of every person
chargeable with tax to give notice to the Com-
missioner within three months after the com-
mencement of any year of assessment, (that is
1st January of any year) that he is so charge-
able."
2. Notices of Return have been sent out by
the Income Tax Department, but it is the duty of
taxpayers to ensure that they get such a form and
make a return as required by Law. (Forms are
obtainable from the District Revenue Offices).
3. Failure to submit such a Return within
the prescribed time renders the taxpayer liable to
a penalty not exceeding 100% of the tax payable.

H. R. SCIPIO,
Acting Comptroller of Inland Revenue.
30th January, 1957.




CUSTOMS.

THERE will be offered for sale by Public
auction commencing at 10. 00 a. m. on the
21st day of March 1957, at the Warehouses at
Tanteen, and Burns Point, St. George's the
several goods salvaged as a result of the des-
truction of the Pier by hurricane "Janet" on the
22nd September, 1955. These goods include :-
15 cases Glassware and Earthenware
5 cases Paint
100 cases Candles
1 drum Cooking Oil
5 drums Wines
and over 300 items of other merchandise.
Detailed list may be inspected at the Customs,
Harbour Master's Office, and Auctioneer's Office.

G. E-,C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary

Treasury & Customs Department,
St. George's
6th February, 1957.


C -STOMS.

TjIHE following have beon seized for a beach of
1 the Customs Ordinance:
(a) Five cartons Beer (Holland Beer).
(5) Fifty-eight bolttL Mt Gay' Eclipse Rum.
(c) Two dozen hot'.lc- Mt Gay Eclip-e Runi.
(,') ?lotor Truck Ergistration No. T 30.


G. H C STVNl 'OR1),
001(/0 ll~r ,"e'i rtoiip.


Treasury & Cus-toms D)epartment,
Grenada,
1th February, 19.57.


NO( TICE.
Statement of Currency Note Circulation
in the British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group) on 1st February, 1957.


Average cirtculat::
during December, 196G :
British Caribbean currency notes
Demonetized Government
notes outstanding


1,132,544.00
S62,393,609.00


British Caribbean Currency Notes


in circulation on
Trinidad & Tobago
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antigua
St. Kitt.s
Montserrat


Ist February, 1957:
... $27,692,637.00
... 5,837,62:5.00
... 16,1E 8,441.00
... 2,670,100.00
... 4 9,400.00
... 1,034,000.00
... 1,479,400.00
... 2,035,300.00
... 1,589,500.00
342,905.00


Total British Caribbean
Currency notes
Demonetized Trinidad & Tob
Government Notes
outstanding ... $7
Demonetized British
Guiana Government
Notes outstanding... 2
Demonetized Barbados
Government Notes
outstanding ...
Total demonetized Government
Notes outstanding ...
Total circulation
on 1st February, 1957


ago


$59,281,308.00


72,082.00


81,162.00


72,540.00

$1,125,784.00

$60,415,092.00

L. SPENCE,


Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.

British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, B.W.I.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 2, 1957.--(No. 11,)


Statement showing British Caribbean Coin
circulation in the British Caribbean Terri-
tories (Eastern Group) on 1st February, 1957.


Average circulation
$2,895,775.00.
Trinidad & Totagow
Barbados ...
British Guiana ...
Grenada ...
St. Vincent ...
St. Lucia ...
Dominica ...
Antigua ...
St. Kitts
Montserrat ...
Proof Sets ...


during December, 1956:

... $ 1,251,125.00
464,425.00
... 583,975.00
... 131,825.00
... 8 ,100.00
... 115,150.00
... 90,750.00
... 111,000.00
... 97,750.00
... 12,650.00
.1,870.00


$ 2,948,620.00

L. SPENCE,
Executive Commiss.io!er,,
British Caribbean Currency Board.

Headqu arters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, B.W.I.


NOTICE.

Purchase of Banana Plants

BANANA growers who are in a position to sell
Banana Plants (Lacatan & Giant fig varie-
ties) to the Argricultural Department are asked to
contact the Banana Officer, at the Botanic Gardens,
St. George's, or the Argricultural Assistants at
Tivoli, Mt. Moritz, and Westerhall Stations, and
Mt. Home Cocoa Station, between the hours of
9 a. m. and 4 p. m. on any week day.
Price offered for 1957-15c. per plant delivered
at any point accessible to vehicular traffic.
Acting Superintendent of Aryriculture.


VACANT POST OF SENIOR ASSISTANT MASTER
GRAMMAR SCHOOL, ST. VINCENT.

PPLICATIONS are invited for appointment
to the post of Senior Assistant Master,
Grammar School, St. Vincent, particulars of which
are as follows :-
Appointment : The school is a Government
institution. The post is pensionable and the
appointment carries with it the liability to transfer
to any post of equivalent status within the WVid-
ward Islands. The Officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations and local General Orders for
the time being in force in so far as they are
applicable. The appointment will be subject to
medical fitness, and will be on probation for a
period of one year in the first instance.
Salary: The salary of the post is in the scale
$2,880 x 120,-$3,600 ([600 x 75-750) plus a


pensionable pay addition of 20% of salary. The
point of entry into the salary scale will be de-
termined according to the qualifications and
experience of the candidate.
Qualifications: Applicants should possess a
degree of a University within the British Common-
wealth, and must be able to teach Chemistry and
Physics or Chemistry and Biology to Higher School
Certificate standard.
Quarters : Quarters are not provided.
Passages : Free first class passages to
St. Vincent will be provided for the officer his
wife and children not exceeding five persons in all;
children should be under 18 years of age, unmarried,
and dependent on the officer.
Leave And Leave Passages: Vacation leave
on fullpay will be granted in accordance with local
General Orders.
Leave passages will be provided in accordance
with local regulations.
Medical Attention: Free medical attention
and medicines are not provided.
Taxation : All Government Officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications giving full particulars, qualifica-
tions and experience of the applicant, and accom-
panied by testimonials which will not be returned
should be addressed to the Chief Secretary, Wind-
ward Islands, Grenada, and must reach him not
later than the 31st March, 1957.


_4
NOTICE.


A PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
Squa!ified candidates for appointment to the
post of Headmaster, Dominica Grammar School,
particulars of which are as follows;-
1. Appointment: The post is on the perma-
nent and pen-ionable establishment and the
appointment carries with it liability to transfer to
any post of equivalent status in the Windward
Islands.
2. Salary : The salary is in the scale of $3,840
x 120-$4,560 plus pensionable pay addition of
20% of salary. The point of entry into the scale
will be determined according to the candidate's
qualification and experience.
3. Qualifications Required: Degree in Sci-
ence of a recognized University.
4. Duties : Officer appointed will be required
to teach Chemistry and Physics to Higher School
Certificate Standard and Supervise a school of 260
boys. Knowledge of Games and all other extra-
curricular activities associated with a Secondary
School ( He will be required to take part in oat
of School activities; He will also be required to.
perform any other duties which may be assigned
to him from time to time.
5. Quarters: Quarters are not provided.
6. Leave : The officer will be eligible for vaca-
tion leave at the rate of 45 days for each completed
period of 12 months resident service, accumulating
up to a maximum of 180 days.
7. Leave Passages: Leave passages will be
provided in accordance with Local General Orders












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 2, 1957.-(No. 11.)


8. General Information: The officer will be
subject to the Colonial Regulations, the Windward
Islands Financial and Store Rules, the local
General Orders and subsidiary legislation in force
from time to time. Government Officials are liable
to taxation imposed by local enactments.
Applications containing full particulars, includ-
ing qualifications and experience of applicant,
should be forwarded to the Chief Secretary, Wind-
ward Islands, Grenada, to reach him not later than
the 31st iMiarch, 1957.


NOTICE.

Course of Training at the Eastern Caribbean
Farm Institute 1957/1958.

A PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
Qualified persons for one of the three places
open to Government on the next two year (nomi-
nal) course of training at the Eastern Caribbean
Farm Institute at Trinidad, due to commence in
mid-October, 1957.
2. The basic qualifications required for admis-
sion to the Institute are as follows:-
(i) applicants should not be less than eighteen
years of age;
(ii) they should possess a sound general edu-
cation. No formal educational require-
ments are prescribed but candidates


should have had some secondary educa-
tion up to General Certificate of Educa-
tion or School Certificate level;
(iii) applicants should have practical agricul-
tural experience to the satisfaction of the
Superintendent of Agriculture. They
should have an aptitude for agriculture
and a foundation knowledge of the
farming year and the use of agricultural
implements.
3. The successful applicant will be nominated
by Government to attend the above course but all
expenses incidental to his training at the Institute
will fall to be met by the applicant or the body
sponsoring his application. The expenses involved
would include :-
(i) the cost of the student's passages to and
from Trinidad,
(ii) student's maintenance at the Institute
($700 per annum) ;
(iii) sports subscription of $10 per annum;
(iv) allowance of $10 per annum for sta-
tionery;
(v) an allowance for contingencies.
4. Applications should be addressed to the
Secretary of the Public Service Commission and
should be submitted to reach him not later than
3rd Mcarch, 1956.

Government Office,
21st February, 1957.


NOTICE.

Orenada Ceooperative Nutmeg Association.

Effective from 14th January, 1957,
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follow:


GRADES


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Brbken Mace

Mace Pickings


Date fixed : 7th January, 1957.


Advances


25 Cents

38 do.

12 do.

$1.20

60 Cents.

30 do.


H. EWART HAYLING,
Acting Secretary.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 2, 1957.-(No. 11.)


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCES ORDINANCE.


"TOTICE is hereby given that a Quarterly Licensing Session for the St. John's District, for the
1 hearing of applications, for the granting of Certificates, under the above Ordinance, will be held
at the Court House, Gouyave, on ilonday, the 215t1 day of March, 1957, at 9.00 o'clock in the forenoon.
Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.

Name of Applicant. Occupation Residence. Description of premises sought to be licensed


Osmond Glean ... Carpenter Gouyave Wall building at Lower Depradine Street.
Preston Mason ... Shopkeeper (do Wall building at Upper Depradine Street.
Emily Thormas ... do Mt. Granby Wooden building at Mt. Granby.

Magistrate's Office, W. L. Mc INTYRE,
Gouyave, Magistrate, Western District.
22nd FelIruary., 1957.


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCES


ORDINANCE.


NOTICE is hereby given that the Quarterly Licensing Session for the Eastern District, St. David's,
I for the hearing of applications, for the granting of Certificates, under the above Ordinance, will
be held at the Court House, St. David's, on the 25th March, 1957, at 9.15 o'clock a.m.

Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.

Nonne of Applicant occupationn Residence Description of premises sought to be licensed.


Agatha Brizan ... Shopkeeper Windsor Forest Concrete building situated at Windsor
Forest.
Adina Donald ... do Perdmontemps Wooden building situated at Perdmontemps.
Louis Belgrave ... Proprietor Beaton Concrete building situated at Beaton.


Magistrate's Office,
St. David's.
28th February, 1957.


CUTHBERT GIBBS,
for VMagistrate, Eastern District.


GRENADA.


PIINTED bY TtHE' GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
ST, GEORGE'S.
1957





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