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u 78.] SAINT GEORGE'Sh SATURDAY, APhritL 30, 1960.
VOL. 78.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1960. I No. 27.
R. C. B. STRACHAN, Class I Clerk, Co-opera-
tives Department, has been appointed to the
post of Junior Co-operatives Officer, with effect
from 1st May, 1960.
25th April, 1960.
REVEREND WILLIAM A. FLEENOR and
Pastor CARL INCE have been appointed
Marriage Officers in respect of the Congregation
of the Church of God Mission in Grenada.
M.P. 164 III
22nd April, 1960.
ONDAY 2nd May being a public holiday, all
Government Offices wiil be closed.
LAURISTON F. WILSON,
Assistant Secretary to Government.
30th April, 1960.
Vacant Post of Technical Aassistant in
the Livestock and Poultry Scheme
APPLICATIONS are invited for appointmentito
-1 the vacant post of Technical Assistant in the
Livestock and Poultry Scheme in the Department
of Agriculture on the following terms and con-
Salary : The salary of the post is in the scAle
Duties: The duties of the post include all
laboratory and field work in connection with the
Livestock Artificial Insemination Programme, and
in particular the collection, examination, storage
and transportation of local and imported livestock
semen, and the artifical insemination of animals as
required by the owners. The officer will 'be
required to assist in simple veterinary First Aid
and any other duties which may from time to time
be assigned to him by the Superintendent of Agri-
culture or the Veterinary Officer.
Travelling : The officer will .le required to
keep a means of transport for the performance of
his duties in respect of which a travelling allowance
will be paid.
Quarters: Quarters are not provided. The
officer may be required to reside in any part of the
territory including the dependency of Carria'eoi.
Applications should be addressed to the Secretary
of the Public Service Commission and should reach
him not later than 12th May, 1960.
28th April, 1960.
1 17 9
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 30, 1960.-(No. 27.)
In The Matter Of The Land Acquisition
Ordinance, 1945 (No. 3 of 1945).
In the matter of a declaration by the Adminis-
trator in Council that certain lands situat-
ed in the Island of Carriacou, the Depen-
dency of Grenada, are to be acquired for
a public purpose.
DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND.
W HEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the
Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1945, (No. 3 of
1945) that if the Administrator in Council con-
siders that any land should he acquired for a
Public Purpose he may cause a declaration to that
effect to be made;
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Adminis-
trator in Council that the land mentioned and
described in the Schedule hereto should be acquired
for a Public Purpose, to wit for a Medical Visiting
Now THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DECLARED
BY HIS HONOUR THE ADMINISTRATOR, acting
after consultation with the Executive Council of
the Colony of Grenalda, that upon the second
publication of this declaration in the Gazette, the
land mentioned and described in the Schedule
hereto shall be acquired for the above-mentioned
purposes and shall vest absolutely in the Crown;
AND IT Is HEREBY FURTHER DECLARED AND
NOTIFIED that the land ref rred to at Windward
in the Island of Carriacou the Dependency of
Grenada is by approximation a 4 of an acre.
any purpose which, in the opinion of the Adminis-
trator in Council is a public purpose and it is
necessary to make a preliminary survey or other
investigation of the land, he may cause a notifica-
tion to that effect to be published in the Gazette :
AND WHEREAS the Administrator in Council
a portion of land at Windward in the
island of Carriacou, the Dependency of
Grenada, owned by the heirs of RoYAL A.
MVARTINEAU being in area approximately
a of an acre more or less and bounded
on the north by lands of HENRY MC.
FARLANE, on the south the remaining
lands of the heirs of ROYAL A. MARTIN-
EAU on the east by public road, on the
west by the remaining lands of ROYAL
is likely to be required for a public purpose, to wit,
for a Medical Visiting Station:
Now THEREFORE this is to require all persons
interested to allow D. K. SAMUELS; Lands Officer,
who has been appointed Authorised Officer for the
purpose (and his agents, assistants, and workmen)
to do all the things authorised by law.
R. A. DANIEL,
Clerk, Executive council .
THE LAND ACQUISITION
All that portion of land at Windward in the IT is hereby notified for general information that,
Island of Carriacou, the Dependency of Grenada, in the pursuance of the powers vested in him
owned by the heirs of Royal A. Martineau being under the Land Acquision Ordinance, 1945, The
in area approximately a cf a.n acre bounded by Administrator in Council has been pleased to
the north by lands of Henry Mc. Farlane, on the appoint Mr. DONALD KEITH SAMUELS to be the
south by the remaining lands of the heirs of Ioyal Authorised Officer for the purpose of the acquisition
A. Martineau, on the East by public read, on the of the following lot of land:--
west by the remaining lands of Royal A. Martineau. All that portion of land at Windward in
Dated this 27th day of April, 1960. the Is!and of Carriacou, the Dependency of
Grenada, owned by the heirs of ROYAL A. MAR-
R. A. DANIEL, TINEAU being in area a f of an acre approxi-
Clek, Emecue C ately, bounded on the north by lands of
SHENRY MC FARLANE, on the south by the
------ remaining lands of the heirs of ROYAL A.
SMARTINEAU, on the east by public road.
In the Matter of Land acquisition Ordinance, and on the west by the remaining lands of
1945, (No. 3 of 1945) ROYAL A. MARTINEAU.
Dated this 30th day of April, 1960.
Notification of Preliminary Survey under
Section 4 of the Ordinance J. M. LLOYD.
WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 4 of the
Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1945, (No. 3 of
1945) that if it appears to the Administrator in Administrator's Office,
Council that any land is likely to be acquired for Grenada.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 30, 1960.-(No. 27.)
Board of Commissioners of Currency, British
Caribbean Territories (Eastern Greup)
Article I (1) of the Currency Agreement
TIE Secretary of State for the 'Colonies h:is
appointed the Financial Secretary of St.
Lucia to be a Com.nisbiour repces tontioig Cth
Windward Islands, in place of \[r. L. Cools-
Lartigue O.B.E., with offe-t from 1st January,
M.P. No. 1817.
27th April, 1960.
Removal of Passport Office
TIH E public are hereby notified that the Passport
1 Office has been removed to the Storeskeeper's
Office (near Government Printing Office) Govern-
ment Buildings, St. George's, with effect from 1st
1st April, 1960.
Offer of Australian Scholarships under
Commonwealth Scholarship and
T E Government of Australa is offering scholar-
ships under the Commonwealth Scholarship
and Fellowship Plan tenable at Australian Univer-
sities from March, 1961. While most of these are
post-graduate Scholarships normally extending
over a period of two academic years, a number will
be available at under-graduate level, including
courses at teacher training institutions and tech-
No precise allocation of Australian scholarships
among Commonwealth countries has been made
but placement of selected candidates will be
arranged in Australian institutions in the light of
the qualifications of the applicants and the facili-
ties available in Australia.
Applicants should, in general, be less than 28
years of age on 1st March, 1961, but in special
circumstances the age limit may be raised.
Successful applicants will in due course be required
to comply with the medical provisions of the
normal immigration requirements for entry of
students into Australia.
Applications should reach the Secretary to
Government, Administrator's Office, not later than
23rd May, 1960.
8th April, 1960.
THE WEST INDIES
Vacancies In The Federal Pu'lic Service
PPLICATIONS are invited from male and
female graduates between the ages of 21 and
40 years for selection and training as officers who
will be available for service in the Federal Govern-
ment's Overseas Diplomatic Service when estab-
2. Qualifications required. Applicants should
normally be University graduates in law, science,
arts, or economics who by outlook and aptitude are
suitable to represent the West Indies abroad.
3. Salaries and allowances. The grades of
officers to be trained over the next two years will
bee as follows :-
Officers of the level of Senior Assistant Secre-
tary at a salary of 1,850 will be trained with a
view to assuming administrative direction of
Embassies or High Commissions in due course in
posts corresponding to First Secretaries in U.K.
Officers of the level of Assistant Secretary at a
salary of 1,350-1,550 per annum will be trained
for appointment at a level corresponding to Second
Junior Officers in the grade 750-850-- 1,150
will, as Cadets, receive training over a period which
will vary with the Officer's experience and previous
study in this field. On completion they will be
expected to assume responsibility as Third Secre-
During the training period overseas allowances
including foreign allowances, rent and children
allowances (where applicable) will be paid to
officers in addition to salary. These allowances
vary according to the grade of officer, the pro-
gramme of training and the location where the
training is obtained. The allowances are fixed on
the basis that they adequately cover the expenses
the trainees will have to meet. O, satisfactory
completion of training, an officer who is posted
overseas will also receive overseas allowances at
rates appropriate to the country to which he is
4. Training. The normal length of training for
a cadet will be approximately 2 years and will in-
clude a short period of induction training at Federal
Headquarters, a full academic year at a University
or similar institution, an attachment at a British
Embassy of from 4 to 6 months followed by a one-
month course in diplomatic practice.
Training for First and Second Secretaries will be
similar to that for Cadets except that, depending
upon the qualifications and experience of the officer,
the periods spent on the various courses may be
5 Candidates will be required as Federal Gov-
ernment Officers to conform to the relevant
Regulations in so far as they are applicable, to
Federal General Orders and other rules and regula-
tions in force.
6. All applications should be submitted in quad-
ruplicate on a form which may be obtained from
the Administrator's Office, Government House,
Grenada, and should be addressed to the Secretary
to Government, Grenada, to reach him not later
than the 20th May, 1960.
Candidates who are already in the Public Service
should forward their applications through their
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 30, 1960.-(No. 27).
BY virtue of the powers vested in me under the
.provisions of Section 21 of the. Customs
Ordinance, Cap. 58 of the revised Laws of
Grenada, i hereby declare the undermentioned
sheds to be warehouses for the warehousing of
goods imported without payment of duty on the
first entry thereof:-
4 Sheds Nos. 1, 2, 3, & 4 on the new Pier,
G. E. C. STANFORD,
Customs & Excise Department,
Notice to Importers
AS from the 1st May, 1960, Importers are here-
by notified that for their own convenience
they must lodge with the Customs, the relevant
warrants and invoices in respect of imports Which
they wish to clear at least two days' prior to the'
arrival of the relevant importing ship.
2. At least two invoices must be submitted with
3. Departure from the above procedure can only
be granted in exceptional circumstances.
4. Failure to comply with these instructions
may result in del.y in the passage of import
warrants through Customs.
R. W. MITCHELL,
Collector of Customs (Ag.)
Grenada Volunteer Constabulary
EMBERS of the St. George's, Grand Roy,
Gouy'ave and Victoria detachments of the
Grenada Volunteer Constabulary will be in Camp
at Queen's Park, St. George's from 8th May to
21st May, 1960.
Members of the St. David's, Grenville, Birch-
grove, Hermitage, Sautiurn, Union and Carriacou
detachments of the Grenada Volunteer Constabu-
lary will be in Camp at Queen's Park, St. George's
from 22nd May to 4th June, 1960.
Employers are kindly asked to release any
member or members in their employ for the pur-
pose of attending the Training Camp during the
above mentioned periods.
J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.
12th April, 1960.
COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
CDC Caribbean Scholarship
1. THE scholarship will be awarded for ab ap-
proved course of study at the University
College of the West Indies for .the degree of
Bachelor of science (Economics) and will late
for the normal duration of the degree courses.
2. The Scholarship is open to candidates who
are citizens of the o:~etin of The West
Indies, or British Guiana, or British Hondu-
ras. Candidates must be unmarried and
under the age ot 22 on October 1st, 1960.
3. Candidates should possess qualifications to
enter the B.Sc. (Econ.) course at the Uni-
versity College of The West Indies. The
either at least three Advanced level passes
at the General Certificate of Education
or the equivalent, and
one Ordinary level pass at the General
Certificate of Education or the equiva-
or at least two Advanced level passes at the
General Certificate of Education or the
three Ordinary level passes at the
General Certificate of Education or the
4. The scholarship will cover the whole cost of
the University College course, including
maintenance, books, and pocket mdney in
accordance with the estimate of the cost of
courses published by the University College of
The West Indies. The actual sum paid will
be decided in accordance with the circum-
stances of the successful applicant but there
will be no means test. The scholarship may
not normally be held concurrently with any
5. Selection will be made in consultation with
the education authority of the candidate's
home country and such others as the Colonial
Development Corporation may decide. Selec-
tion will be subject to confirmation by the
University College of the West Indies.
6. Scholarship holders will not be tied to service
with the Colonial Development Corporation
nor does the Corporation guarantee an offer
of employment after graduation. It is the
Corporation's intention, however, that a
successful graduate will be offered employment
with the Corporation or an associated liexelop-
meent enterprise in the C ibl..can ; candidates
will be expected to make a simiilar declaration
7. The award will be subject to the holders'
satisfactory behaviour and:progress during-the
period of its tenure and may be withdrawn at
ahy'time by the Coiporation if, in the opinion
of the Corporation alter consisltation with the
Principal of the University C6llege "df The
West Indies, the holder has failed to make
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 80, 1960.-(No. 27.)
Vacancy in the Post of Teacher Class I;
Grammar School, St. Kitts, in the
Colony of St. KittsiNeviI/Ai~gtiilla.
A PPLICATI 'NS are invited from suitable
qualified persons for appointment to vacant
pensionable posts of Teacher Class I at the Gram-
mar School, St. Kitts. The officers appointed
thereto will be subject to the Regulation of Her
Majesty's Colonial Service and to Laws, General
Orders and Statutory Rules and Orders in force in
the Colony from time to time.
2. The duties of the posts carry the rcspon-
sibility of teaching Biology, French or Geography
to the Higher Schcol Certificate level and such
other subjects in other forms as may be required
by the Headmaster to teach from time to time.
An interest in games would he useful.
3. The minimun qualification required is a degree
frem a University within the British Common-
4. The salary of the post is $2,750.40 x 129.60
--$2,880 x 144-$3,46 x 144--4,032, and the
appointee will receive commencing salary at a
point in the scale commensurate with his quali-
fications and experience.
5. An advance of salary not exceeding $1,200
repayable within a period of three years. may be
granted to the officer for the purpose of purchasing
6. Free passages will be provided for the officer
and also for his wife and not more than three
children under the age of eighteen years who are
unmarried and dependent upon him, provided that
they accompanied him or join him in the Colony
within twelve months of his appointment.
7. Vacation leave will be at the rate of 42 days'
per annum. Leave passages will be granted in
accordance with the terms of General Orders.
8. Applications with at least two testimonials
should be addressed to the Administrator, St.
Kitts/Nevis/Angulla, to reach him not later than
1st June, 1960, and the following details
should be given :
Date and place of birth
Interest in games and other extra-mural activi-
9. The appointee will be required to sign an
undertaking to serve in the Colony of St. Kitts/
Nevis/Anguilla for at least three years from the
date of his assumption of duty.
in The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Asiah:ijs and Leeward Islands
Suit No. 205 of 1959.
ANDRE SALHAB, ISABELLA STEELE,
MARY MAGDALENE PARRIS,
CATHERINE NOREEN LORNA PARRIS,
CECILIA JOAN PARRIS AND JAMES
FOR SALE at this Office on Friday the 13th day
of May, 1960, at 12.00 o'clock noon by Order
made the 14th day of April, 1960, ALL THAT
lot of land with the buildings thereon situate on
the western side of Scott Street, St. George's,
Grenada and bounded on one side by land and
premises formerly belonging to HARRIET DOTTIN
and CLIFFORD DOTTIN on another side by land and
premises formerly belonging to LOUISE ETHEL
MARTIN on another side by Scott Street aforesaid
and on the remaining side by land and premises
belonging to the beneficiaries of the Will of JOHN
HAMILTON VERNON MAHY, deceased.
The Sale is subject to the usual. conditions a
copy of which may be seen at this Office.
ERNEST C. WILKINSON,
22nd day of April, 1960.
Vacancy for Entomologist, Government
of Trinidad and Tobago
PPLICATIONS are invited for a vacant post
f of E-ntomologist (pensionable or on contract
for three (3) years) in the Government Service of
Trinidad and Tobago with salary in the scale
$4,8_0-240-$8,160 per annum; the commencing
salary will be determined by the candidate's
experience and qualifications.
2. The appointment is subject t: medical fitness
and in the cise of the pensionable post will be on
probation for two (2) years.
3. Candidates must be in possession of a Univer-
sity I'egree in Science or Agriculture with Zoology
and Entomology as major subjects or equivalent
academic qualifications to enable them to pursue
diagnosis and investigation of pests affecting plants.
Sufficent knowledge of general agriculture to ensure
a practical outlook in dealing with epidemics is
4. The duties of the post are to diagnose and
investigate injuries to plants caused by insect and
other animal agencies including nematodes, rodents,
crustaceans, birds, etc., to advise regarding control
measures and to assist with them when necessary.
To take part in Plant Quarantine work including
inspection, treatment and certification of imported
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 30, 1960.-(No. "27.)
plants and of plants for export. To perform such
other duties as the Chief Technical Officer (Agri-
culture) may from time to time direct.
5. Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Red House, Port of Spain, Trinidad,
The West Indies, to reach him not later than the
20th of May, 1960.
6. Any further particulars required may be
obtained from the Administrator, Grenada.
Bishops' High School For Girls-Education
Department, (British Guiana)
Vacancies For Mistresses
Appointment: pensionable (age limit 40 years),
or on contract for three years initially: salary scale
$3,0J8-$b,760 per annum. Commencing salary
according to qualifications and/or experience. Con-
tract appointment carries gratuity of 22/%.
Applications from married women and from persons
who expect to obtain their qualifications during
1960 will be considered.
2. Qualifications. A Degree from a University
preferably within the British Commonwealth, in
.any of the following subjects :-(i) Mathematics
(ii) Physics (iii) Chemistry (iv) Zoology (v) French
(vi,' Spanish (vii) Geography (viii) English (ix)
History or a combination of any two of these
subjects. For some of the posts preference will be
given to candidates with Honours Degrees. A
Diploma in Education and/or teaching experience
will be an advantage.
3. TIfcrmation as to duties of the posts and
conditions of service is obtainable on request from
the Secretary to Government. Administrator's
Office, St. George's, Grenada.
4. Applications giving personal data and accom-
panied by two recent testimonials (not applicable
to Public Officers) should be delivered to the Sec-
retary, Public Service Commission, Post Office
Box 224, Georgetown, British Guiana, not later than
17th May, 1960.
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
25 Cents per lb.
S 12 do.
R. S. RENWICK,
Date fixed: 8th December, 1958.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 30, 1960.-(No. 27.) 167
Air Mail Services
EFFECTIVE Friday, 29th April, 1960, AIR MAILS will be closed at (A) General Post Office
and (B) Grenville Post Office respectively, as hereunder.
(Cancelling all previous schedules).
(A) AT GENERAL POST OFFICE, GRENADA.
Monday 10 a.m.
Sa.m. Bermuda, U.S.A., Canada, Trinidad and Intransits Gt. Britain
a.m. & Europe. Jamaica.
2. p.m. 3 p.m. St. Lucia, Barbados, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Dominica,
Tuesday 10 a.m. 11 a.m. British Guiana, Canada, Trinidad and Intransits, Gt. Britain,
t Europe, Aruba, Curacao, Bermuda, Now York, Jamaica.
2 p.m. 3 p.m. Barbados, St. Lucia, Martinique, Guadeloupe.
Wednesday 10 a.m. 11 a.m.
2 p.m. 3 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m. 11 a.m.
Trinidad and Intransits, New York, Canada, Bermuda, British
St. Lucia, Antigua, St. Kitts, St, Thomas, Puerto Rico, Mar-
tinique, Guadeloupe, St. Vincent, Barbados.
Canada, Trinidad, and Intransits, Jamaica, Aruba, Curacao,
Gt. Britain & Europe.
2 p.m. 3 p.m. Barbados, St. Lucia, Guadeloupe, Martnique, Dominica,
'10 a.m 1 m a.m. Great Britain, U.S.A., Canada, Trinidad and Intransits,
1 a 11 Bermuda, Europe, Br. Guiana, Jamaica.
2 p.m. 3 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. 11.00 a.m.
Barbados, St. Lucia, Guadeloupe, Martinique.
Aruba, Curacao, British Honduras, Trinidad and Intransits
Br. Guiana, U.S.A., Bermuda, Jamaica, Canada, Barbados
Puerto Rico, Antigua, Martinique, St. Kitts, Guadeloupe
St. Thomas, St. Lucia, St. Vincent.
(B) AT GRENVILLE POST OFFICE
Monday 1.00 p.m.
Tuesday 1.00 p.m.
Wednesday 1.00 p.m.
Thursday 1.00 p.m.
Friday 1.00 p.m.
Saturday 10.00 a.m.
2.00 p m.
St. Lucia, Barbados.
St. Lucia, Barbados.
St. Lucia, Barbados.
St. Lucia, Barbados.
St. Lucia, Barbados.
Trinidad, St. Lucia, Barbados.
M. W. HAYLING,
General Post Office,
29th April, 1960.
N.B.-Intransits include all places for which a direct Mail is not closed in Grenada
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