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Title: Government gazette
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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: October 21, 1961
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SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1961. [No. 53.


G-OVERNMENT NOTICES

APPOINTMENTS

No. 225.
.-AISS CYNTHIA LA MOTHE has been appointed as
.1L a Class I Clerk, General Post Office, with
effect fnm 1st September, 1961, on probation fcr
ten months.
P.F. 1335
16th October, 1961.

No. 226.
ISS DAPHNE FRANCIS has been appointed n.s
X-Ray Technician at the Colony Hospital,
with effect from 1st August, 1961.

P.F. 1228
16th October, 1961.

NOTICE

GOVERNMENT is very much concerned cver
the illegal entry into the Territory of high
duty goods such as rum, whisky, cigarettes and the
necessary steps are now being taken to remedy the
situation.
ImIorters and other Liquor Dealers are advised
that steps would be taken to have the r necessary
checks made and should therefore comply with Sec-
tion :32 Cap. L23 of the Liquor Dealers' Licence
Ordinance which states as follows:
"A licensed dealer shall not supply another
licensed dealer with spirits in any quantity, unless
accompanied by a permit in the form prescribed
under the provisions of the Excise Ordinance for'
removal of spirits exceeding in quantity one gallon;
and any licensed dealer supplying spirits to or
receiving spirits from any other licensed dealer in
any quantity unless accompanied by such a permit,
shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance."


Owners and masters of vessels are also remind-
ed that in carrying these high duty goods they
should ensure compliance with the Customs Ordi-
nance and Regulations, by declaring such goods.
AtLention in this connection is specially invited to
Ordinance No. 35 of 1960.
The public is luriher advised that three new
Revenue Guards have been appointed for the Gren-
ville area where the practice is more prevalent.
Police vigilance in that area is also intensified and
Revenue Gi ards with Police patrol will be ol a
round-the clock duty with a view to minimising
illegal practice.


NOTICE

Scholarship in Electronic Technology at the
Philips International institute of Technological
Studies-1962/63

THE Federal Government of the West Indies
has accepted an offer by the Management of
the Philips Works, Eindhoven, Holland of the
above mentioned scholarship which will he tenible
for a study t cm of one ye-r mainly in subjects
under the general heading of Electronics and will
include such subjects as radio, television, telecom-
munications, measurement and control equipment
and their industrial applications. However, other
subjects such as light and lighting, X-rays, electron
microscopy. welding materials and techniques, and
some branches of applied chemistry will also he
possibilities.
The study will, as much as possible, be supported
by all facilities that can be provided by a close
collaboration with the Philips laboratories and
factories and will include:
(a) private theoretical and experimental studies
in the Institute.
(b) attendance to lectures given in the Instittue.
(c) a work period in one or more of the research
or factory laboratories.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 21, 1961.-(No. 53.)


Candidates should not be more then 35 years
old and should possess a degree equivalent to the
M.A. (U.S.A.) or the B.Sc. (U.K.) and must have
in addition some practical experience. They must
also be in good health and will be required to
undergo a medical examination.
The value of the Scholarship includes:
(a) tuition fees at the Institute.
(b) return passage, tourist class by plane to
Eindhoven, Holland.
(c) living allowance at the rate of 325 Dutch
guilders (3'2 approx. each month).
Applications are invited for this scholarship
which must be made in triplicate on the prescribed
forms obtainable from the Administrator's Office,
St. George's, Grenada, and completed application
forms and supporting document- must be submitted
to reach the Secretary to Government, Adminis-
trator's Office, not later than the 15th November,
1961.

Administrator's Office,
St. George's,
Grenada., W.I,
8th September, 1961.


THE CUSTOMS (TRANSIT SHED)
NOTICE, 1961

In accordance with the provisions of the Customs
Ordinance, 1960, (No. 35 of 1960) the following
Notice is hereby given :-
This Notice may be cited as the Customs
(Tempoiaiy) (Transit Shed) Notice, 1961.
-. That portion of the building situate outside
the exit gate of the St. (eorgo's Pier, previously
used as a Laggage fhed, is heLeby declared to be
a temporary transit shed.

Dated this 18th day ofPOctober, 1961.

E. F. SHERMAN,
Collector of Customs.


THE CUSTOMS (APPOINTMENT OF
CUSTOMS AREA) NOTICE, 1961

In accordance with the provisions of the Customs
Ordinance, 1960, (No. 35 of 1960) the following
Notice is hereby given:-
This Notice may be cited as the Customs
(Appointment of Customs Area) (Amendment
No. -) Notice, 1961.
2. That portion of land east of the exit gate of
the St. George's Pier whereon is erected the
building now housing the office of Geest Industries
Ltd., and the former baggage shed is hereby
notified to be a C customs Area.

Dated this 18th day of October, 1961.

E. F. CHERMAN,
Collector of Customs

Approved this 18th day of October, 1961.

J. M. LLOYD,
Administrator.


British Caribbean Rhodes Scholarship-1962

1. Applications are invited tor the British Carib-
bean Rhodes Scholarship, 1962.
2. The scholarship has been instituted by the
Trustees to be awarded to a candidate from the
British Caribbean (excluding Jamaica). The closing
date for receiving applications is 31st October, 1961.
3. The scholarship is tenable at Oxford Univer-
sity for two years, but may be extended for a third
year.
4. The value of a Rhodes Scholarship is 750 a
year (3,600 B.W.I. dollars).
5. The following are the conditions for ently:
(a) He must be a male British subject and
unmarried. A Rhodes Scholarship is f r-
feited by marriage after election, or during
a scholar's first or second year of residence.
Permission to marry without deprivation of
his scholarship may be given by the Rhodes
Trustees for a scholar's third year.
(b) He must be a British subject who was him-
self born in any of the following territories:
Bahama Islands, Barbados, British Guiana,
British Honduras, Leeward Islands, Trini-
dad and Tobago, Windward Islands, British
Virgin Islands; or of whose parents (or
guardians) either one has been domiciled
and resident in one or more of those terri-
tories for at least five years immediately
preceding 1st January in the year of his
candidature, or, in the event of both being
dead, one has been domiciled and resident in
one of those territories for at leasE five years
immediately prior to his or her death.
(c) He must have been educated in one or more
of the above territories for at least five years
between the ages of nine and twenty.
(d) Hemust have passed his nineteenth but not
have passed his twenty-fifth birthday by
October 1, 1962.
(e) Unless he already has a degree from a recog-
nised University (the U.C.W.I. or the
London external degrees are recognized for
the purpose), he must have completed at
least two years' study by October, 1962, at
a University approved by the University of
Oxford, and thus satisfy the Oxford admis-
sion requirements.
6. In making appointments the Committee will
have regard to the qualities specified by Mr. Rhodes
in that section of his Will in which he defined the
general type of scholar he desired : literary and
scholastic attainments; qualities of manhood,
truthfulness, courage, devotion to duty. Sympathy
for and protection of the weak, kindness, unselfish-
r.ess, and fellowship; exhibition cf moral force of
character and of instincts to lead and to take an
interest in his fellows: physical vigour, as shown
by fondness for or success in manly outdoor activi-
ties.
7. In applying candidates should do so on
application forms which maybe obtained from
H. L. Wynter,

Secretary of the Selection Committee,
c/o Department of Extra-Mural Studies,
University College of the West Indies
Mona, Kingston 7,
Jamaica.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 21, 1961.-(No. 53.)


TREASURY

Under the Taxes Management Ordinance,
Cap. 225


NOTICE is hereby given that the following persons
Si having become defaulters under the Taxes
Management Ordinance Cap. 2?1, in respect of General
Town Rates, the properties shown opposite their names
will be sold by Pubhc Auction on Thursday 26th
October, 1961, at 12 o'clock n: on at the Inland Revenue
Office for recovery of the taxes due thereon for the yea:
1961 and previous years.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
The Treasury Department,
St. George's.
11th October, 1961.

Description
Name Situation of Am ,.:t
Prop-rty

Alleyne, Millicent Lucas Street 1 House $18.84
Alsopp, L. G. do do 11 30
Andrew, Percy Green Street do 9.30
Antoine, Timey River Road do 2.52
Armstrong, Charles d-) do 4 92
Atkin, Angelina Up G/ville St. do 8.04
Baptiste, Catherine Tempe do 2.16
Dominique L/thers Lane do 2.76
Phillip River Road do 8.42
Festus do do 1.56
George Tyrrel Street do 15.51
Bedean. Est,, R. Scott Street do 4.78
Belgrave, Rosetta Tempe do 4.02
Bernard, Phyllis Whitehall do 1.56
Boney, Marjorie River Road do 2.76
Brown, Curtis Villa B. do 2.16
Bullen, Tennyson Villa A. dn 9.30
Bytm, Edward River Road do 6.52
Codogin, Percy Briggs Alley do 4.02
Caesar, Norbert Grenville -t. d- 9.30
Charles, Hermione Granby Sr.. do 2.2
Christophel, Ralph Grenville St. do 13.95
Coard, Allan E. B. do do 56.94
Cobb, Ruby River Read do 3.12
Cromwell, James H, Whitehall do 42.48
Crowney, Elizabeth do do 1.80
DeFreitas, Frances River Road do 2.76
Edward, Mlitchell do do 9.30
Emmanual, Gregory St. John St. do .21.64
Ferguson, Est., Jane H/borough St. do 62.84
Francis, Alexander Villa A. do 40.59
Franco, George Gore Street do 82.64
Frederick, George Malone Str. do 13.92
Garraway, Florance River Road do 1.56
Gelliseau, Herman do do 2.76
Ivan do do 2.76
George, Lenora do do 7.68
Gibbs, A. Arthur Villa do 11.56
Florence Church St. do 1.56
Jane do do 11.61
Gittens, Louisa B. Melville St. do 9.30
Gooding, Nelcia Tempe do 2.16
Granum, Frederick Green Street do 20.61
Green, P. P. Carenage do 13.66
Motor Transport Scott Street do 211.68
H ayling, Ismay do do 2.76
Haywood, Elizabeth Tyrrel Street do 9.56
Hobson, Stephanie St. John St. do 42.48


N ima


Situation


Hood, Me Donald Carenage
Humphrey, Est.,
Mary Mortley
James, Herbert Grenville St.
John, Thomas do
Tonv 1 iver lRoad
Johnson, Veronica T yrrel Street
Violetta W/amrson Rd.
Azariah, Joseph Tanteen
Joseph, blorence River Road
Franklin do
Knight, PI. G. Scott Street
Denis &
George Granby Street


Sarah
La Qua, James
Lastley, Est., John
Linck, Ella
Maitland, Edward
Mann., Louisa
Mitchell, M. Mabel
Edward
Ashley
Francis
Mabel


S. Alley etc.
M/ville Street
Green Street
St. John St.
Glenville St.
Tyrrel Street
Cox Alley
St. John St.
Tyrrel Street
Carenage
Mortley


Me Burnie,
Theopholus Park Lane


Neckles, Est.,
Phenias
Noel, Joseph
Rebecca
Noel
Lennard
Nurse, Eric
Otway, Justina
Paterson, Daisy
Paul, Julia
Phillip, Elma
Clarence
.. M.
Lennox M.
Prescode, Helaira
Mary
Protain, E. I.
Purcell, L. A.
Rapier, Duncan
Redhead, Theo A.
Roderique, Carlos
Syd rn y
Rose, Frederick
Smith. Emily

Smith, James
St. Louis, Haga
Strachan,Christopher
Taylor, Fitz
Telesford, Lawrence
Templeman, Celena
Thomas, Evere-t
Thomas, Verna
Thompson, Morgan
Thorne, Joshua
Tobin, Jonas
Toppin, Hubert
Techram, Joseph
Trustees, Court Star
William, Amelia
Est., Cecelia
Beroice
Wilson, Est., Cyril


Halifax Street
W/amson Rd.
St. John St.
Tempe
do
L/thers Lane
River Road
Maloney
River Road
do
do
Carnage
Green Street
Carenage
Gretna Green
Lucas Street
Cross Street
Green Street
Woolwich Rd.
Villa B.
Up. G/ville St.
River Road
St. John &
St. Juilie St.
W/amson Rd.
Lucas Street
Tyrrel Street
Green Street
Gretna Green
Maloney St.
Gore Street
do
Villa A.
Old Fort
River Road
Gretna Green
River Road
Tyrrel Stieet
Villa A.
W/amson Rd.
River Road
Tyrrel Street


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House $84.67


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1 house
do
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25.39
51.75
22.60
1.56
18.60
26.64
2.76
1.56
3.12
244.11

328.32
148.32
164.32
36.96
26.64
42.48
11.30
3.96
158.(.6
2.64
16.84
2.16

2.16

95.28
13.07
1.80
12.C5
26.64
9.30
3.12
4.78
1.80
1.80
6.53
16.84
4.02
53.04
2.16
18.60
137.52
74.16
3.12
21.38
95.13
1.56

33.36
15.32
9.30
26.64
18.60
18.60
2.76
2.76
2.16
156.12
18.60
1.56
2.16
1.56
30.92
1.52
2.16
18.60
11.60


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 21, 1961.-(No. 53.)


Sale of Properties under the Water Supply
Ordinance, Cap. 240

T is herehy notified for public information that
the undermentioned properties were sold on
the 28th September, 1961, for the non-payment of
water rates for the year 1960 and previous years:
The particulars are as follows:-
S', JOHN'S
Property Situdtiho, Owner Purchase Price

Houses (3) hillsview Heirs of
J. Minerve $ 5.(0
House (1) Upper De-
pradine St. Allan Alleyne $ 10.00


Unless the owners or any persons having in-
terest in the properties sold pay into the Treasury :
(1) the said purchase price plus ten per cent
thereof, aid
(2) all expenses of and incidental to the sale,
before the expiration of three months from
the date of sale, the properties sold shall
ac the end of the stipulated period vest
absolutely in the purchasers.


G. E. (. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
6th October, 1961.


GrenaMat Co-operative Nu rneg Assoc,;ila(oi


Effective from 16.h October. 1l61

Current Advances for Nutmegs auJ Mace are as follows:-


G A I)


Ad\ anIcsl,


Greeu Nutmegs

Di ied do.

irinder- (Cracked)

LDred Whole lMa.ce

Dried Broken Mace

Dried Mace Pickings


20c. Ce,'i, per lb.

30 at.


96 do.

48 do.

24 ao.


R. 8. RENWICK,
Secretary.


D-te fixed : 9:h October, 1961.


GRENADA.
PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
ST. GEORGE'S,
1961.


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