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Group Title: Official gazette, Dominica.
Title: Official gazette - Dominica
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Title: Official gazette - Dominica
Physical Description: v. : ; 31 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Dominica
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Place of Publication: Roseau
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Subject: Politics and government -- Dominica   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- April 5, 1865-
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    Statutory Rules and Orders no. 5 of 1953
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Dominica.


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Gazette.


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VOL. LXXVI. ROSEAU, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1953.


Government N

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No. 63
Post of Manager and Programme
Director Windward Islands
Broadcasting Service
APPLICATIONS are invited for the post
of Manager and Piogramme Director,
Windward Islands Broadcasting Station,
Grenada, on contract for three years in
the first instance.
Salary : The salary of the post is $3 840
per annum. A transport allowance of
$480 per annum and a cost of living allow.
ance of $480 per annum are also payable.
Duties: The station will be operated as
a sub-department of Government and the
Sjofficer will be responsible for its financial
and general management in accordance
with Colonial Regulations and the General
Orders and Financial Rules of the Wind.
ward Islands He will be required to
supervise programmes and will be expect.
ed to undertake such duties in connection
with broadcasting as may be required of
him by Government.
Qualifications: Applicants should have
broadcasting experience particularly in
script writing and production of radio
programmes. Experience in commercial
broadcasting will be of assistance although
not necessary. Applicants should also
have good administrative experience and
business abilBty. They should also possess
a sound knowledge of conditions in the
Caribbean Area and should be familiar
with current world events, Technical
knowledge of wireless transmission is not
329 ad knowledge of copyright laws
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notices.

and the laws of libel and slander is desira-
ble, though not essential.
Quarters : Quarters are not provided.
Leave and Passages : The officer will be
eligible to earn leave at the rate of one
week for each completed period of three
months resident service. Free first class
passages are provided on appointment and
on satisfactory termination of contract for
the officer and his family between Grena.
da ard the place of recruitment. Leave
passages are not provided. Further par-
ticulars are obtainable from the Chief
Secretary, Windward Islands, Grenada,
to whom applications, with three testi-
monials and a recent photograph should
be addressed to reach him not later than
30th April. 1953.
Ref. 239/53.
February, 26th 1953.


No. 61
Post of Assistant Information Officer
Caribbean Commission
APPLICATIONs are invited from persons
of British, French, Netherlands or United
States nationality to fill the post of Assis-
tant Information Officer on the staff of
the Central Secretariat of the Caribbean
Commission in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad.
Men and women are equally eligible for
the post.
Applicants should have had previous
journalistic or public relations experience.
The Assistant Informatton Officer is
required to develop and. maintain sources
of information, to collect and prepare
material for publication in the Commis-
sion's Monthly Information Bulletin and


VACANCIE


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62 OFFICIAL GAETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1953.


for use in its weekly radio programme ;
to prepare press releases and arrange
interviews, and to perform other duties
in connection with the printing and disse-
mination of publications handled by the
Information Section.
Candidates are required to be fluent
in English, preference will be given to per-
sons who also have a knowledge of
French, Dutch or Spanish.
The Salary for this post is U. S. $3,600
per annum, rising by increments of U S.
$243 to a maximum of U.S. $4,800 Ier
annum Salary is expressed in U.S. dollars,
but will be payable in the currency of the
country in which the employee is sta-
tioned.
Applications should reach the office of
the Seretary General of the Carribbean
Commission not later than March 31st,1953.
and should be accompanied by the appli-
cant's curriculum vitae, references and
one recent photograph.
Further particulars may be obtained, if
required, from
The Secretary General
Caribbean Commission
Kent House
Port of Spain
Trinidad
to whom all communications should be
addressed.
Ref. 84/53
February 27th. 1953'

No. 65
POST ON TUTORIAL STAFF OF
EASTERN CARIBBEAN FARM
INSTITUTE
APPLICATIONS are invited for the two
posts of TUTOR (Crop Husbandry) and
TUTOR (Animal Husbandry) for appoint.
ment about August 1953, by the Eastern
Caribbean Farm Institute, which is to be
opened in Trinidad later in the year by
seven British West Indian Governments,
as a residential institution for 40 students,
to train Staff of Departments of Agricul.
ture and others in the practice and theory
of agriculture at sub-university level.
The TUTORS will be required to co-oper-
ate with the Principal in responsibility for
practical and theoretical tuition, farm
management, supervision and extra-
curricula activities.
Candidates should have a Degree or
Diploma in Agriculture, with, if possible,
post-graduate training and/or experience
tropical agriculture, especially in the case
of tropical crops and/or experience in
agricultural education.
Appointments will initially be on con-
tract at a salary, according to qualifica-
tions, within the scale $3,120-120-3,840
-240 5,280 per annum. Arrangements
will be made to maintain any existing pen-


sion rights or a gravity will be paid in lieu
thereof. Self-contained quarters provided
at 10% of salary to maximum of $50 a
month, plus 5% per annum of the value of
furniture supplied Free passages for
TUTOR, his wife and maximum of two
children, on appointment and termination
of contract. Liberal leave on full salary.
Applications, giving full information of
qualifications and experience, with the
names and addresses of three responsible
persons who may be approached for refer-
ences, should be addressed to THE PRIN.
CIPAL, EASTERN CARIBBEAN FAIHM
INSTITUTE. ARIMA, P.O., TRINIDAD,
B W.I., to reach him not later than 1st
April, 1953.

No. 66
ARRIVAL OF FINANCIAL AND
ECONOMIC ADVISER WIND-
WARD ISLANDS, IN
GRENADA
WITH reference to Gazette Notice
No. 352 of December 15th. 1952, it
is notified f( r general information that
Mr. W. G. B, ss arrived in Grenada
on February 14th, i 53, and assumed
duty as Financial and Economic Ad-
viser, Windward Islands.
Ref. C 145/52
March 6th, 1953.

No. 67
FREE COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT
AND WELFARE GRANT FOR
EXTENSION OF DOMINICA
GRAMMAR SCHOOL

IT is notified for general information
that the Secre ary of State for the
Colonies has approved a free grant of
5,470 ($16,256.00) under the Colonial
Development and Welfare Act 1945
for the extension of the Dominica
Grammar School.
Ref. 95/48
March 6th, 1953.

No. 68
APPOINTMENT OF MR. P.V. McLANE
AS CANADIAN GOVERNMENT
TRADE COMMISSIONER
IN PORT OFSPAIN. TRINIDAD
IT is notified for general information
that Mr. PAUL VERNON MCLANE,
Commercial Counsellor for Canada in
Wellington, New Zealand, has been
appointed'to succeed Mr. T.G. MAJOR
as Canadian Government Trade Com-
missioner in Port of Spain, Trinidad.
Mr. McLANE's territory in addition
to Trinidad will comprise Barbados,









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1959 3


Windward and Leeward Islands and
British Guiana.
Mr. McLANE was expected to sail for
his new post around the end of Febru-
ary, 1953, accompanied by his family.
Ref. M.P. 293/53
March 9th, 1953.

No. 69
VISIT OF HIS EXCELLENCE
THE AC ING GOVERNOR
TO DOMINICA

WrrT reference to Gazette Notice
No. 52 of February 24th, it is notified
for general information that His
Excellency the Acting Governor and
Mrs. COUTTS are expected to arrive
by plane at Portsmouth at .0.40 a.m.
and to journey by crash launch to the
Roseau jatty landing at noon on
Saturday March 14th.
2. Members of the Executive and
Legislative Councils Heads of Reli-
gious Denominations, Heads of De.
apartments, Consular Officers, Mana-
gers of Banks Members of the Roseau
Town Council, and their wives, and
the general public are invited to meet
His Excellency and Mrs. COUTTS on
their arrival.
ref 681/51
March 11th 1953.

No. 70
NOMINATIONS TO ROSEAU BROWN
COUNCIL
IN accordance with section 3 (2) of
the Roseau Town Council Ordinance
1937 (No. 23 of 1937). His Honour the
Administrator has been pleased to nom
inate the following persons to be mem-
bers of the Roseau Tiwn Council up to
and including November 30th, 1953:-
Honourable N. A. Jeffers
L. Oliver Green, Esq.
P. 0. Winston Esq.
633'50
March 12th 1953.

No. 71
LEAVE
BLANCHARD, R. L.. Labour, Officer,
vacation leave from March 9th to
March 27th, 1903, inclusive.
E. 47,
DEFOE, PEMBERTON J. L., G.S.O.
Class III, District Postman,
General Post Office, vacation
leave from Maich 5th to April
8th, 1953, inclusive.


EMANUEL Mrs. VERONNE, M., Third
Class Clerk. Treasury Depart-
ment, vacation leave from March
9th to March 24th. 1953, inclusive
and leave without pay from March
25th to May 31st, 1953, inclusive.
E. 640.
GRELL, G. H. L., Accountant Treasury
Department vacation leave from
February 2nd to March 14th, 1953.
inclusive.
RICHARDS. E. R. I., Acting Special
Grade Clerk. Administrator's
Office, vacation leave from
January 16th to February 14th,
1953, inclusive.
(To be substituted for Gazette
Notice No 26, E. 139).

No 72
TRANSFERS
EDWARDS, L. W., Accountant, Trea-
suty, Department, transferred to
Income Tax Departmen t as Comp-
troller, Income Tax.
February 1st, 1953.
GR'LL, G.H.L., Comptroller, Income
Tax, transferred to Treasury
Department as Accountant.
February 1st, 1953.

No, 73
ACTING APPOINTMENTS'
BUTLER, E W, First Class Clerk,
Treasury Department appointed
to act Accountant, Treasury De-
partment.
February 2nd. 1953.
LAMBERT, D. R. M., Second Class
Clerk, Treasury Department, ap-
pointed to act First Class Clerk,
Labour Office
March 9th, 1953.
E 576.
WATTY. N. E., First Class Clerk,
Labour Office, appointed to act
Labour Officer.
March 9th. 195?.
WILLIAMS, R. I., Third Class Clerk
Treasury Department, appointed
to act Second Class Clerk, I rea-
sury Department.
February 2nd, 1953.
WYLLIS, Miss A.. Second Class Clerk.
Treasury Department- appointed
to act First Class Cle k, Treasury
Department.
February 2nd, 1953,
E. 406.


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64 OFFICIAL GAZETTE,

No. 80
THI following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with and form part
of this Gazette: -
No. 5 of 1953. Trading with the Enemy
(Eaeim Territory Cessation) (Japan)
Order, 1953.
457/40 1'. 11
No. 6 of 1953. Trading with the Enemy
(Enemy Territory Cessation) (Germany)
Order, 1953.
457/40 Pt. II
No. 7 of 1953. Trading with the Enemy
(Enemy Territory Cessation) (Austria)
Order, 1953.
457/40 Pt. II
By Command
VICTOR C. JOSSE
Government Secretary

Departmental and other
Notices


ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS undir Seetion 89 of the
Roseau Town Council Ordinanoe (No.
23 of 1937) it is ordained that the
Roseau Town Council shall twice in each
year not later than the 31st day of Janu-
ary and the 31st day of July, by Resolu-
tion, declare that a rate not exceeding
one and one quarter per cent on the values
(as assessed under the said Ordinance) of
all houses and lots of land in the Town
of Roseau shall be leviable as Land and
House rate for the current year.


THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 13

BE IT RESOLVED b. Tiosesu Town
Council this29th day of uast, 1952. that
a rate of one per cent shall be levied on the
values (as assessed under the said Ordin-
ance) of all houses and lots of land in the
Town of Roseau for the current year.

STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE
CIRCULATION IN THE BRITISH
CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN
GROUP) ON 1st DECEMBER, 1952
Average Circulation during October, 1952
British Caribbean Currency Notes :
... $39 363,864
4,121,880
$43,485,744
British Caribbean Currency Notes
Trinidad & Tobago ... $18,749,348
Barbados ... 5,250.600
British Guiana ... 9,890,607
Leeward & Windward Is F,997,700
TotaljBritish Caribbean Notes $39 888,255
Trinidad and Tobago Government
Note Circulation ... 2 461,509
Barbados Government Note
Circulation ... 288,873
British Guiana Government Note
Circulation ... 971.655
Total Government Note Circulation
$3,730,0.7
Total Circulation on Ist December.
?$43.618 292
(Sgd) L. Spence
Executive Commissioner,
British Currency Board.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port-of-Spain
Trinidad, B.W.I.


DOMINICA
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1953 TRADING WITH THE ENEMY S.R.O. 5 A 9




DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS NO. 5 OF 1953.
THE TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (ENEMY TERRI-
TORY CESSATION) JAPANN) ORDER, 1953.
made by the Governor in exercise of the Powers conferred
upon him by the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance,
1940 (No. 16 1940) as amended.
[Gazetted 12th March, 1953]
1. This Order may be cited as
TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (ENEMY TERRI- Short Title
TORY CESSATION) JAPANN) ORDER, 1953.
2. In this Order Japan means allterritory which was Interpretation
under Japanese Sovereignty on the 28th day of September,
1944,
3. Japan shall for all purposes of the Trading with the Oe nation
Enemy Ordinance, 1940 and for all purposes of any Order
made thereunder cease to be treated as if it were enemy
territory.
Dated this 19th day of February, 1953.
By Command,
H. LINDO
457/40 Pt. II, Administrator.










DOMINICA.
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(Price Id.)











1953 TRADING WITH THE ENEMY S R.O. 6 A 10




DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS NO. 6 OF 1953.
THE TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (ENEMY TERRI-
TORY (CESSATION) (GERMANY) ORDER, 1953.
made by the Governor in exercise of the Powers conferred
upon him by the Trading with the Enemy Ordinance,
1940, (No. 16 of 1940) as amended,
[Gazetted 12th Vlarch, 19531
1. This Order may be cited as
TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (ENEMY TERRI-
TORY CESSATION) (GERMANY) ORDER, 1953. Short Title
2. For the purposes of this Order Germany means Interpretation
territory comprised in the German State on the 1st day of
March, 1938.
3. Germany shall for all purposes of the Trading with Cessation
the Enemy Ordinance, 1940, and for the purposes of any
Order made thereunder cease to be treated as if it were enemy
territory.
Dated the 19th day of February, 1953.
By Command,
H. LINDO
457/40 Pt. II Administrator.










DOMINICA.
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(Price ld.)









1953 TRADI\CG WITH THE ENEMY. S.R.0 7 A 11




DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS NO. 7 @F 1953.
THE TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (ENEMY TER-
RITORY CESSATION) (AUSTRIA) ORDER, 195.,
made by the Governor in exercise of the Powers
conferred upon him by the Trading with the
Trading with the Enemy Ordinance 1940 (No. 16
of 1940) as amended.
[Gazetted 12th March 1953]
1. This Order may be cited as
TRADING WITH THE ENEMY (ENEMY TERRI-
TORY CESSATION) (AUSTRIA) ORDER, 1953. Short Title
2. Austria shall for all purposes of the Trading Cessation
with the Enemy Ordinance, 1940, and for the purposes
of any Order made thereunder cease to be treated as
if it were enemy territory as from the date of this
Order.
Dated the 19th day of February, 1953.
By Command,
H. LINDO
Administrator.
457/40 Pt. II







DOMINICA
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(Price Id.)




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