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    Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 96: Kingstown Board (Buildings and Streets) (Amendment) By-laws, 1950
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SAINT' VINCE NT


GOVERNMENT GAZET TE


Su~blisil hd bn ,uthorit .


VOL. 83.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 NOVEMBI3ER, 1950. [No. 60,.



GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 564.
WEST INDIAN LABOUR DELEGATION TO U.S.A.


A Delegation representing the Governments of all the British Caribbean
Territories was received by Members of the State Department and the United
States Department of Labour on Thursday 9th November, 1950.
The Delegation represented the great benefits which had accrued from the
opportunities afforded to Agricultural workers during World War 2 and
subsequently, and expressed the hope that-these opportunities would be continued
and that West Indian Workers would be able to share in any increased demand for
foreign labour in the United States.
The Delegation was informed that, in the opinion of the United States
Authorities, an increase in the requirement for Agricultural Labour was to be
expected and were assured that the availability of workers from the West Indies
would be fully considered in meeting the demand. It was not possible at this
time to give any precise indication of the increased number of West Indian
workers that would be required, but it was hoped to inform the West Indian
Governments on this point early in 1951.
The Delegation indicated that they would recommend to Governments that in
the meantime consideration should be given to the organisation which would be
required to deal with the recruitment, transportation, etc. of an increased number
of workers.
The Delegation also inquired as to the possibility of arrangements being made
for the recruitment of women workers of various categories for employment in
the United States, and was informed that this possibility would be sympathetically
examined.
18th November, 1950.
(L. 3/1943).















338 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 NOVEMBER,- 1950.-(No. 60).


No. 565.
FOURTH WEST INDIAN CONFERENCE,
CURACAO.

The Hon'ble E. A. C. HUGHES, Nomi-
nated Member of the Legislative Coun-
cil, left the Colony on 20th November,
1950, to attend, as a Windward Islands
Delegate, the Fourth West Indian Con-
ference to be held in Curacao from 27th
November, 1950.
21st November, 1950.
(A. 43/1950).



No. 566.
APPOINTMENT.

APPOINTMENT OF NEW ADMINISTRA-
TIVE SECRETARY, DEVELOPMENT
AND WELFARE ORGANISATION.

Mr. C. A. GROSSMITH, O.B.E., late
Assistant Secretary, Colonial Office, has
been appointed to the post of Adminis-
trative Secretary on the Staff of the
Development & Welfare Organisation
in the West Indies, in succession to Mr.
C. Y. CARSTAIRS, who has been appoint-
ed as Director of Information Services,
Colonial Office.
It is expected that Mr. GROSSMITH
will assume duty in Barbados early in
the New Year.
21st November, 1950.
(A. 22/1940).


No. 567.
LEAVE NOTICB6.

VACATION LEAVE.

Mr. J. ORMOND OLLIVIERRE, Agri-
cultural Instructor, six weeks' vacation
leave with effect from 13th November,
1950.
21st November, 1950.
(P. F. 445).


No. 568.
DUTY LEAVE.

Mr. M. A. G. HANSCHELL, B.A., Dip.
Agric., Superintendent of Agriculture,
left the Colony on 20th November, 1950
to attend, as Adviser to the Windward
Tslands Delegation, the Fourth West
Indian Conference to be held in Curacao
from 27th November, 1950.
21st November, 1950.
(P. F. 404).


No. 569.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.

Mr. H. S. McCONNIE, Agricultural
Officer, as Superintendent of Agricul-
ture from 20th November, 1950, and
until further notice.
21st November, 1950.
(P. F. 354).

No. 570.
LEGISLATION.

The following document is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & O. No. 96.-The Kingstown
Board (Buildings and Streets)
(Amendment) By-laws, 1950.
(J. 3/59/1940),
21st November, 1950.


No. 571.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

The Accounts of the Colony for the
period 1st January to 31st May, 1950,
.are published with this issue of the
Gazette.
21st November, 1950.


No. 572.


.- .- .


Copies of the minutes of meeting of
the Board of Education held on 23rd
March, 1950, may be seen at Govern-
ment Office, the Kingstown Library and
at all Revenue Offices and District Post
Offices.
21st November, 1950.


No. 562.
VACANT POSTS.

POST OF OVERSEER OF ROADS,
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,
ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for appoint-
mnent to the post of Overseer of Roads
attached to the Public Works Depart-
ment of Saint Vincent.
The salary of the post will be at $180
per annum, rising by annual increments
of $48 to $720 per annum, with a travel-
ling allowance of $480 per annum.
A cost of living allowance at the rate
of $109.20 per annum is also being paid.
Any application must be in the appli-
cant's own handwriting, accompanied
by any credentials and testimonials he
may have and should be addressed to
the Assistant Superintendent of Roads,
Public Works Department, Kingstown,
St. Vincent.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 60). 339
*No. 558.


Applications must reach the above
address net later than Saturday, 9th
December, 1950.
14th November, 1950.
(P. 5/1943 (A)).



No. 557.
Vacancies exist for an Assistant
Mechanical Engineer (Locomotive) and
.an Assistant Mechanical: Engineer (Ma-
rine) in the British Guiana Transport
.and Harbours Department. The posts
are permanent and pensionable and the
salary of each is in the scale 750 x
30-900 per annum.
The Assistant Mechanical Engineer
;(Locomotive) is required to assist the
Chief Mechanical Engineer and take
charge of locomotives, Carriage and
Wagon maintenance and operation.
The Assistant Mechanical Engineer
(Marine) is required to assist the Chief
Mechanical Engineer and take charge
of the maintenance of Marine craft
hulls, boilers and engines.
Candidates for either post should be
under 40 years of age, corporate mem-
bers of the Institution of Mechanical
Engineers or (in the case of the Assistant
Mechanical Engineer, (Locomotive) hold
exempting qualifications with experi-
ence of Steam, Diesel-electric and Pet-
rol Locomotives, and carriage and
wagon maintenance, or (in the case of
the Assistant Mechanical Engineer (Ma-
rine) hold other technical qualifications
covering the field of a'Marine Engineer.
The holders of each of these offices
should be capable of acting for the
,Chief Mechanical Engineer.
In each case, free passages to British
,Guiana will be provided for the officer,
his wife and children under 18 years
not exceeding five persons in all. On
leave after completion of a minimum
tour free passages return (not exceeding
a total of 200) will be provided for the
officer only subject to the provision of
funds annually by the Legislative Conn-
-cil. Five days leave for each completed
month of resident service, up to a maxi-
mum of six months' leave, may be
granted after a minimum tour of two
years. Free quartPrs are not provided.
Intending candidates should make
application (or write for any further
particulars desired) to the Genpral
Manager, Transport and Harbours De-
partment. British Guiana, giving brief
*details of age, qualifications and expe-
rience as soon as possible.
3rd November, 1950.
(A. 15/1950).


No. 558.
TENDERS.

MILK FOR GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS.

Tenders are hereby invited, and will be
received up to 3.00 p.m. on Thursday, the
23rd November, 1950, for the supply of
fresh whole milk to the following Gov-
ernment Institutions for the year 19541 :
Colonial Hospital, Kingstown
Fort Institutions -
Mental Hospital, Calliaqua.
2. The average daily requirements will
be-
Colonial Hospital 140 Imperial Pints
Fort Institutions 43 "
Mental Hospital 22
3. The milk must contain not less
than 3 per cent of fats and 81/2 per cent.
of non-fatty solids and is to be delivered
in good condition at the Institution con-
cerned. The contract will be terminable
by three months' notice on either side.
4. Tenders are to be addressed to the
Government Secretary, Government Of-
fice, and the envelopes are to be marked
"Tender for Milk ".
Tenders over the prices fixed by the
Board of Control will not be considered.
Any delivery charge should be stated
on the Tender separate from the actual
price of the commodity.
7th November, 1950.
(A 11/1949)

No. 556.
FISHING NETS AND SEINES.

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that. under the provisions of
the Fishery Nets (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1915, all Fishicg Nets through-
out the Colony will be examined for
the purpose of discovering whether they
con form to the measurements prescribed
by the said Ordinance.
In the case of those which do not
conform to the correct measurements,
a period of 12 months will be allowed
for their replacement by nets of the
prescribed size.
7th November, 1950.
(B. 9/1942).

No. 543.
FOR SALE.
'CONSTITUTIONAL DEVETLOIMEET IN
ST. VINCENT."
Copies.of the above Paper may he
obtained from Govei nient Office,
Kingstown, at thel price of 1 per copy.
31st October, 1950.
(259/ 1925).
By Command.
A. V. KING.
Acting Govermnent Secrelar:v.
GOVERN lNT OFFICE.
21st November, 1950.















340 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 60).


TREASURY NOTICES.

SMALL TOWNS RATES".

Notice is hereby given that the under-mentioned Houses and Land Appear-
ing in the Rate Roll of the Town of Chateaubelair as in the ownership or
occupation of the persons named hereunder have been levied upon by virtue of
a Warrant issued under the Small Towns Regulation Ordinance, Cap. 211. and
will be put up for sale on 2nd December, 1950, at 12 o'clock noon at the Trea-
sury, Kingstown.


TREASURY,
ST. VINCENT,
7th November, 1950.
Names.
Clapham, Jane E.
Francis, George Hrs. of
La Baie, Ernest
Harry, Mauassah
James, Arnold
Labbay, Festus
Williams, Alice
La Baie. Thomas
Moore, Fitzgerald
Robertson Alexandrina
Robertson, Augustus
Vanloo, James Hrs. of
Carter, Ren ben
Hurse, David
Harry, Laval
James, Percy
Samuel, David
Young, Morriah


Towbn.
... Chateaubelair
... do.
... do.
... do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
.. do
do.
do.
do.
... do.
.. do.
do.
10.. do.
.. do.
.. do.


BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.


Kind of Property.
1 House
... 1 House spot
1 House
1 House
... 1 House
1 House
1 House
1 House spot
.. House
1 House spot
1 House
1 House
I House
1 House
1 House
1 House
1 House
1 House


'Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned Houses and Land appearing
in the Rate Roll of the Town of Calliaqua as in the ownership or occupation of the
persons named hereunder have been levied upon by virtue of a Warrant Issued
under the Small Towns Regulation Ordinance, Cap. 211 and will be put up for sale
on 9th December, 1950, at 12 o'clock noon at the Treasury, Kingstown.
BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.
Treasury,
St. Vincent,
18th November, 1950.


Names
Cupid, Clarissa
Hamlet, Catherine
James, Eliza
John, Henry
John, Harry
Nicholls, Ivy
McDowald, John
McDowald, William
Pierre, Charles Hrs. of


Town
Calliaqua
do
do
do.
do
do
do
do
do


Kind of Property
1 House.
1 House.
1 House Spot.
1 House spot.
1 House.
1 House.
1 House spot.
1 House
1 House


LAND AND HODuIE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given. that the under-mentioned persons having become
Defaulters under the Land and House Tax Ordinance their properties having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 12 o'clock noon, on Saturday, 9th day of
December, 1950, at the Treasury for the recovery of taxes due thereon.
BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.
Treasury,
St. Vincent,
18th November, 1950.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 60). 341


Names
Cambridge, Arthur
Harry, Shedrack
Glasgow, George
Jack, Ethel
Farrell, Ormond
Maule, Carlton
McDonald Ephraim
Thomas, Conrad
Sheen, Julia
Yearwood, Livingston


DISTRICT I
Situation of Property
Victoria Village
Carters
Sion Hill
Victoria Village
Calder
Upper Stubbs
Calder
Calder
South Wood
do


Description of Prop.
1 House spot.
1 House.
1 House.
1 House spot.
3 acres 3 roods 21 .poles.
1 House spot.
1 House.
1 House.
34 poles.
2 acres.


EDUCATION NOTICE.

RICHMOND HILL SCHOOL.

The new Richmond Hill School will
be opened for use in January, 1951.
The school is designed to accommodate
500 children, and is intended primarily
to relieve the congestion in the Denomi-
national Schools in Kingstown which
are overcrowded.
Parents and guardians of children
attending these schools are hereby in-
vited to send to the Education Depart-
ment the names of any children whom
they would like to attend the new school.
Such information must give the:-
Name of Parent or Guardian, Name of
child, age, school which child is at pre-
sent attending, Standard attained,-and
must reach the Department before 31st
December, 1950.
All envelopes are to be addressed to
the Education Officer, Education De-
partment, and to be marked on the out-
side-Richmond Hill School.
C. V. D. HADLEY,
Education Officer (Acting).
11th November, 1950,
E. 9/1949)

MATRICULATION EXAMINATION OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON-
JUNE 1951.

Candidates are reminded that the
Matriculation Examination of the Uni-
versity of London will be held for the
last time in June, 1951.
Candidates intending to sit for the
Matriculation Examination in June,
1951. must hand in to the Local Corres-
pondent, not later than the 25th Jan-
uary, 1951, their Birth Certificate, a list
of the subjects to be taken at the
examination, and a Treasury Receipt
showing the payment of the examina-
tion fee of $12.60.
S. C. CONNELL,
Local Correspondent.
KINGSTOWN,
15th November, 1950.

CUSTOMS NOTICE.

It is notified for general information
that there will be sold by Public Auc-
tion on 25th November, 1950, at 11 a.m.


at the Customs, "THE CUSTOMS ROW
BOAT" length 15 ft. 10 ins., Breadth
4 ft. 6 ins., -Depth 2 ft. 3 ins.
BERNARD GIBBS,
Ag: Collector of Customs.
CUSTOMS,
10th November, 1950.
(A. 11/1949).


ANIMALS SENT TO CAMDEN PARK
EXPERIMENT STATION FOR
SERVICE.

It is notified for general information
that the Government Notice published
in the Official Gazette of 21st June,
1949, regarding maintenance charges
for animals sent to Camden Park Ex-
periment Station is hereby revoked. ,
2. In future, no livestock of any des-
cription whatsoever sent for service, not
being the property of the Government,
will be permitted to be kept on the
Station after 4 p.m.
M. A. G. HANSCHELL,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
11th November, 1950.
(B. 211947).

IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT,
SECOND (MESOPOTAMIA)
DISTRICT.
(Civil Jurisliction)
A.D. 1950.
Be tween
CONRAD SUTHERLAND, Plaintiff,


and
ELLIOTT SMART,


Defendant.


Notice is hereby given that on Satur-
day the 25th day of November, 1950
between the hours of 12 o'clock noon and
3 p m. there will be put up for sale at
the Police Station at Biabou, the under-
mentioned Goods and Chattels, belong-
ing to the above mentioned Defendant,
levied upon by virtue of a warrant to
levy on Goods and Chattels issued in the
above Suit:-
One House: sides boarded, roof cover-
ed with galvanized iron, situated
at Lowmans (Wd.), size 20' x 18'.
SMAURICE BUTE,
(oarporal,
Process Server, District II.














342 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 60).


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCES (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 1948.

Intending applicants for new licences are hereby notified that under Section
-9 (a) of the above Ordinance, their applications should reach the Magistrate,
Chairman of the Liquor Licensing Boards, not later than the 23rd day of Novem-
ber, 1950,
2. Holders of certificates which were granted during the current year are
here reminded to apply for renewal of their certificates prior to the holding of
the Sessions fixed for December, 1950, as stated in the Schedule below :
SCHEDULE.
Parish. Place and Time of Session.
St. George & St. Andrew ... At the Court House, Kingstown,
on Wednesday the 13th Decem-
ber, 1950, at 10 a.m.
Charlotte ... ... ... At the Court House, Georgetown,
on Friday the 15th December,
1950, at 11 a.m.
St. David ... ... ... At the Court House, Chateaubelair
on Tuesday the 5th December,
1950, at 1.1 a.m.
St. Patrick ... ... ... At the Court House, Barrouallie on
Tuesday the 12th December,
1950, at 11 a.m.
Grenadines (Bequia) ... ... At the Court House, at Port Eliza-
beth on Wednesday the 6th
December, 1950, at 11 a.m.
S. O. DASENT,
Chairman,
Liquor Licensing Boards.
1\AGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
10th November, 1950.
NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948, (No. 11 OF 1948).

It is notified for general information that the Annual Licensing Session
will be held at the Court House, Clifton, Union Island, on Thursday, 7th
December, 1950, at 10 a.m. for the purpose of hearing applications for the
granting of certificates in accordance with the Liquor Licence Ordinance 1948
(No. 11 of 1948).
It is also notified that applications for renewal of old licences must reach
the Magistrate not less than TEN days before the day appointed for the sitting
of the Licensing Session.
Notice of intention to oppose the grant of any licences, stating in general
terms the grounds of the opposition, must be served upon the licensed dealer
and upon the Magistrate not less than seven days before the day fixed for the
h,,i~.1i;,. of the Licensing Session.

PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.

Parish. Name of Applicant. Occupation. Residence. Situation of
Premises.

Grenadines Woodley Cox Proprietrr Ashton Ashton

-Grenadines Alfred Hutchin- Electrician Ashton Ashton
sonic
F, A. PHILLIPS,
Magistrate, Distri( t II.
lMagistrate's Office,
Union Island,
7th November, 1950.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 60). 343


ELECTION NOTICES.

CHATEAUBELAIR TOWN BOARD.

The public is hereby notified that the
general Election of the Chateaubelair
Town Board will take place at the
Chateaubelair Police Station on Mon-
day, 4th December,1950.
The Warden will be in attendance at
the Police Station on Monday, 27th
November, 1950, between the hours of
10 a.m. and 2 p.m. for the purpose of
receiving nominations for candidates ito
fill the four seats on the Board that will
be vacant at the end of this year.
L. D. HAYWOOD,
Warden.
Chateaubelair,
8th November, 1950.

GEORGETOWN BOARD

Notice is hereby given that the War-
den will be in attendance at the Police
Station, Georgetown, on Monday, 27th
November, 1950, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
to receive nominations for the election
of four members to serve on the George-
town Board for the term commencing
1st January 1951, and ending 31st De-
cember 1952.
(2) Should a Poll be required it will
be taken at the Police Station on Mon-
day, 4th December, 1950 between the
hours of 9 a.m. and 5.30 p.m.
C. A. STAY,
Warden
and Returning Oficer.
Town Board Office,
Georgetown.
30th October, 1950.

CALLIAQUA TOWN BOARD.

The public is hereby informed that
on the 31st day of December, 1950, the
members of the present Board shall
have served their term of office.
2. Nomination Day. On Monday,
27th November, 1950, the Warden will
be in attendance at the Calliaqua Police
Station between the hours -of 10a.m.
and 2 p.m, to receive nominations of
-Candidates for Election to the new Town
Board. Outgoing members will be eli-
gible for re-election..
3. Election Day. Election will take
place at the Calliaqua Police Station on
Monday, 4th December, 1950, from 9
a.m. until 5.30 o'clock in the afternoon
with one hour interval 12 noon--1
p.m. '
JOHN A. DOUGAN,
Warden.
Calliaqua,
30th October, 1950.


PORT ELIZABETH TOWN BOARD.

The public is hereby notified that
the general election of the Port Eliza-
beth Town Board will take place on
Monday, 4th December, 1950 at the
Port Elizabeth Court Room.
2. The Warden will be in attendance
at the Town Warden's Office, on Mon-
day, 27th November, 1950, between the
hours of 10.00 a.m. and 2.00 pm. for the
purpose of taking nominations for can-
didates to fill the four seats on the
Board that will become vacant at the
end of the year.

H. E. McINTOSH,
Warden.

Port Elizabeth,
Bequia,
31st October, 1950,



LAYOU TOWN BOARD.

The Warden will be in attendance at
the Police Station, Layou, on Monday,
the 27th November, 1950, between the
hours of 10.00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m. for
the purpose of receiving nominations to
fill four seats on the Layou Town Board
which will become vacant on the 31st
December, 1950.
Should a poll be required, it will be
taken at the Layou Police Station on
Monday, the 4th December, 1950, be-
tween the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

R. M. BRERETON,
Warden.
30th October, 1950.


THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF
TROUMACA.

Nomination Day.
The nomination of Members for the
Village Council of Troumaca, will take
Space on Monday, 237h November. 1950,
between the hours of 8 a.m. and 9 a.m.
at the Troumaca Government School.

Polling Day.
In the event of more than four per-
sons beini nominated for membership,
a poll-will he taken on Monday, 4th
December, 1950, between the hours of
8.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. at the Troumaca
Government School.

J. FERDINAND,
Chairman.
Dated 21th October, 1950.















344 SAINT -VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 NOVEMBER, 1950.-(No. 60).



CUSTOMS NOTICE.

Under Section 27 Cap. 183 Customs Ord., the undermentioned goods will
be sotd by public auction on Saturday 16th December, 1950, unless they are duly
cleared or re-warehoused.

GOODS BONDED IN NUMBER 1 WAREHOUSE


Name of Ship


Consignee


Marks, Quantity, and
Description of Goods


1947
February 5 Plato


April
June
August


J. H. Hazell Sons


13 Plato
17 Alcoa Cavalier
6 Plymouth Belle Corea & Co.


Baynes Bros.-2 c/s Cigar-
ettes
J.O.C. St. Lucia-1 ctn. Beer
E.E.S.-2 ctns. enamelware
1 c/s Sulph. Acid


8 Gardenia W.
14 Lady Angela


14 Gardenia, W
15 Can. Construc-
tor
30 Douro
13 Plato

23 Makena

21 Interpreter

3 Lady Nelson


6 Alcoa Patriot
18 Alcoa Pilgrmn
2 Ino



2 My Own
20 Nero
9 Gardenia W
9 Ino
9 Gardenia W

23 'Nero


W. J. Abbott
D. H. Nichols


J. H. Hazell Sons
Corea & Co. Ltd.

J. H. Hazell Sons
I)


Corea & Co. Ltd.


J. H. Hazell Sons







J. H. Hazell Sons
Weston Lewis

J. H. Hazell Sons
"









J. H. Hazell Sons


N.M.-1 pckge Mats
1 box Merchandise.


Hull-1 case labels
J.H.H.S. & Co.-1 c/s Xmas
cards
J.T.S.-2 ctns Beer
F.J.T.
Dominica-1 ctn. Beer.
Barclays Bank for S. O. Jack-
-1 c/s Auto-Parts.
S.R.S.
27/948-1 c/s. Compressors
L.J.W.-6 C/s. Vinegar
3 c/s. Pickles
-3 c/s. Sauce
T.H.-1 ctn. Milk
B.B.-4 c/s. Sheet metalware.
L.J.W.-2 c/s Pickles
P.H.V.-1 c/s. Tinned Butter
P.M.C.
Grade 27 Lub.-4 c/s. Lub. Oil.
1 pcl. Fire Extinguishers.
U.T.L.-1 loose Dover Stove
N.M.-1 box Engine parts.
W.J.A.-3 c/s. Tinned Butter
1 Electric Motor
1 Electric Switch
'F.J.D. 54-1 crte. Earthen-
ware.


GOODS BONDED IN NUMBER 2 WAREHOUSE


Name of Ship


Consignee


Marks, Quantity, and
Description of Goods


1944
October 28 Gloria Hen-
rietta

1945
December 1 Marcelle S.


1946
March


6 William Wint
12 Belqueen


September 21 Cyril E. Smith


Competent
Authority


Amelia Clyne


J. H. Hazell Sons
Competent
Authority
Order of Shippers


G. E. Barbados
N.M.-i ctn. Chimney,


Add-- c/s. Clothing


R.S.B.-1 Ctn. Canvas Shoes
J.H.H.S.-1 c/s Mineral Wa-
ters
E. Gibson 2 ctns. Toilet
Preparations


Date
Warehoused


1948
November
December

1949
February
March

March
April

April

May

June


July
July
August



July
September
October


Date
Warehoused














SIiNT VINCUENT, TUESDAY, 21 NOVE3IB3EIl, 1950.-(No. 60). 315


GOODS BONDED IN NUMBER 2 WAREHOUSE (Contd.)


Nam of Ship


Consignee


Marks, Quantity, and
Description of Goods


January 15 Adviser


April
June


29 Lady Lecita
7 Benjamin A.
Fisher


August 5 Alcoa Pioneer
September 5 Plymouth Belle

20 Lady Nelson

October 1 Alcoa Cavalier
December 12 Mildred Wal-
lace


J. H, Hazell Sons

Baynes Bros.
J. H. Hazell Sons



Corea & Co.



J. H. Hazell Sons
Competent
Authority


1948
February 25 Alcoa Polaris John H. Hazell


April 17 Belqueen
3 Wanderer

September 7 Alcoa Planter
14 Baralt


17 At Last


November 10 Lady Joan


Order of Shippers
Compt. Authority
Digby Hadley
Corea & Co.


20 Alcoa Pennant John H. Hazell
23 At Last W. J. Abbott & Co.


1949
March


7 Ino


June 1 Belqueen
August 11 Lady Rodney


O. D. Brisbane
Corea & Co.


31 Douro


August 31 Douro
September 9 Marcelle S
20 Explorer

June 18 Belqueen
11 Alcoa Polaris

October 18 Lady Rodney


March
February

Augu.st
i\


12'Ropl Rio
9 A. Mitchell
Palmer
li1 Flevo


Corea & Co. Ltd.
G. Williams
John H. Hazell

Order of Shippers
John H. Hazell

Corea & Co.

David A. King
John H. Hazell

John H. Hazell


S(10023)M 1 crte. Motor
Wheel
N.M.-5 bags Black Pepper
CMSC
B.B. 1963/1-1 c/s Mantle
Type Radio Sets.
H. A. Coombs-2 C/s Paint
R.S.B. 50 R6474-1 Ctn. Glass-
ware
Corea & Co.
N/M-1 c/s. Sherry
Corea 9-1 ctn. Repair-Kit
D.Q. (5) 19/20 2 bales
Oakum


Reliance Pharmacy for Rev.
F. Wain-1 c/s. Used cards
for Charity
R3775-1 drum Merchandise
J.T.S. 4818-1 c/s. Aluminium
Cutlery
J.H.H.-9 ctns. Glassware.
J.H.H.S. 815/16-2 c/s Mer-
chandise
Corea & Co.
831 N/M-1 only loose Pipe.
E.G. 1/13-13 Bales Hemp
Rope.
G-1 Box Labels
SBIAK-1 Box Boot Polish
1 Pckge. Copra Bags.
Corea & Co.-1 pckge. Sta-
tionery.
W.J.A.-5 ctns. Canvas shoes
Add-2 Pkgs. Auto Parts.


G.A.A.-50 ctns. Pilsner Beer
J.H.H.S.-2 C/s. Wine
Add-1 pkg. Printed Matter
U.T.L.-1 c/s. Sloans Lini-
ment
G.V. 8150403-1 c/s. Masons
Trowels
B212-151-1 c/s Aluminium
Caps.
G. Forde-1 c/s. C.C. Beef
N/M-1 C/s. Tinned Butter
Add.-1 ctn. Merchandise
E.V.C.
2406-1 c/s. Iron Valves
E. Gibson-1 Cask Bay Rum.
Baynes Bros.-1 c/s. Book
Matches
J.H.H.S.-1 c/s. Advertising
materials
Add.-1 Bag Sugar
R.S.B.
1/14-14 Ctns. Glassware
J.Mc. 321-1 bale Rayon
Piece Goods


Date
Warehoused


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346 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 NOV1AiMBlR, 1950.-(No. 60).


N.B. The undermentioned packages will be sold on abovementioned date :


Marks
N/M

Louisa Westcott
J. F. Dixon
N/M



Romuel Joseph
Mary Mofford
N/M

M. Andrew......Grenada
J. Bonadie
M. Hunte......Bequia,
N/M
Agnes Clarke
N/M
Mona Morrison
W. Henry......Grenada
Hamilton Jacques......St. Lucia
Clement King c/o D. King
N/M
W. D. Herbert
O. D. Brisbane & Son
S. G. DeFreitas
L/M

Bata Shoe Co.
N/M
Zillitter Bynoe
C. O. Hazell
N/M

G. Lobban


Description and contents
1 Parcel bolt and nuts
1 Carton Shoes
1 Bath pan
2 Bath Pans
1 Basket Merchandise
1 Parcel Cloth
2 Trunks Merchandise
1 Parcel clothing
1 Grip
1 Box M/dse
1 Gear Lever
1 Agricultural Fork
1 Box M/dse
1 Box Auto parts
1 Box M/dse
1 Grip
1 Parcel M/dse
1 Old Stove
1 Package M/dse
1 Carton M/dse
1 Basket M/dse
1 Tin M/dse
1 Package Bottles
1 Package M/dse
1 Package M/dse
2 Packages auto parts
1 Bottle Rum
1 Old Radiator
1 Package Posters
1 Package (2 head lamps)
1 Parcel M/dse
1 Package M/dse
1 Basket old shoes
3 Washing boards
1 Box M/dse.

BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Collector of Customs.


H.M. Customs,
8th November, 1950


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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
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183


SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1950, No. 96.

KINGSTOWN BOARD (BUILDINGS AND STREETS)
(AMENDMENT) BY-LAW.


(Gazetted 21st November, 1950).

1. Short title. These By-laws may be cited as the Kingstown Board
(Buildings and bureecs) (Amenament) By-laws, 1950, and shall be read as one
with the Kingstown Board (Buildings and Streets) By-laws, 1947, (S. R. & 0. 1947,
No. 59) (hereimater lelerrea to as the principal by-laws ").

2. Amendment. By-law 9 of the principal by-laws is hereby amended by
the addition of the following proviso thereto :-
"Provided that where a vacant lot situate in an area zoned for
commercial purposes or for combined commercial and housing purposes, is
less than one thousand eight hundred square feet, it shall be in the
discretion of the Board to permit the erection of a building on such lot to be
used for commercial purposes only subject to the prior approval of the
Central Housing and Planning Authority."

Made by the Kingstown Board under section 74 of the Kingstown Board
Ordinance (Cap. 209) this 12th day of September, 1950.

S. F. BONADIE,
Chairman.

Confirmed by the Governor under section 76 of the aforesaid Kingstown
Board Ordinance (Cap. 209) this 15th day of November 1950.

W. F. COUTTS,
Administrator.
(J 3/59/1940).

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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 2 cents. I

321 1 1950.
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SAINT VINCENT.
Comparative Statement of Revenue for the period 1st January to 31st May, 1950.


Heads of Revenue.


1Estimate i
Eo the a Actual Revenue Revenue for
r for he period of same period of
195. the return. preceding year.
li 19,\'0. \


Increase. 1)ecrease.


1. Import Duty
Warehouse Rent
2. Export Duty
3, Excise Duty on Run
Excise Duty on Sugar
4. Other Duties
5. Licences--Liquor
Motor Vehicles
Other
6. Taxes-
Income Tax
Land and House Tax
Other Taxes


$ $
425,000 20(;.845
.-,nn l 1,476
1 "' "',I 50,527
129,00(01 50,623
970
70,900; 36,3;62
8,500' 4,434
16,000 6,579
6,799 5,551

188,000 4,802
30,000 3,094
3,900i 1,471


c.
61
39
28
28
47
80 i
16
92
42

06
63
88


$
1.2,:J.2;
1,832
60,146
44,590

36,993
4,255
6,625
1,701

4,06;0
2,534
1,231


C.
84
13
75
44

36
05
3 (;
62

49
02
37


SS
14,,;',


6,03
97

17

84

74
56
240


c. $ c.
', 77
355 74
... 9,619 47
2 84 ... ...
0 47
... 630 56
49 11
... 45


:1
;0


7. Port and Harbour DUues-
Tonnage ... 9,000 4,286 83 4,039 58 247
Port ... 2,5001 1,220 70 1,282 20
Landing Dues, Aircraft ... 600 102 00 78 00 24
8." Fees of Court or Office ... 112,404 47,489 01 39,467 94 8,021
9. Post Office ... 74,800 24,060 61 239,442 35
10. Electricity Telephone and Refrigeration ... 96,549, 34,882 29 35,105 81
11. Rent of Government Property ... 4,550 1,656 01 1,197 92 458'
Interest ... 12,812 ,533 94 5,143 95 1.389
12. Sales and Leases of Crown Lands ... 7,758 1,375 15 2,133 03
1,329,132 494,346 44- 687,098 21 34,324-
8.1 Refunds of Loans from General Revenue ... 8,790 6,928 69 273 20 6,655
1,337,922j 501,275 13 687,371 41 40,979
13. Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes! 353,496 : 136,650 64 21,964 54 114,686
Total Revenue $ 1.6)1,418' 6;7,925 77 709,335 95 155,6


57 ...
61
51 ...

25 ... ...
... 61 50
00
07
.. 215,381 74
223 52
09
99 ...
.. 757 88
408 227,075 85
49 .. ...
57 227,075 85
10 ...
7T 227,075 85


Comparative Statement of Expenditure for the period 1st January to 31st May, 1950.-


I Estimate Actual Expen- Eende
for the diture for the Expenditure for
Heads of Expenditure. year period of same period of Increase, Decrease.
1950. the return, preceding year.
$ $ c. $ c. c. $
1. Governor 8,011 2,352 75
2. Legislature 4,754 2,160 00
3. Administration 41,754 15,288 82
4. Agriculture .. 59,48 18,512 94
5. Audit .* 8,1574 2,990 21
6. Central Housing Authority 6,000 3,000 00
6A. Central Road Authority ... 98,220: 28,767 15
6B. Central Water Authority 1... 3,220i 100 00
7. Charitable '. l,79,7 03
9. Education .. 16,760 6:3,446 21
10. Electricity ... 65,398 41,818 34
11. Judicial ... 22,720 6,340 61
12. Labour .... 6,950 2,39 39
13. Lands and Survey ... 1,716 4,671 Estimates
14. Legal ... 5,76(61; 2,284 77 1 Expeaditfie e Estimates
15.M Legdal 242,448' 87.7509 82 reclassified in 1950. Im-
15. Medical ... 242,448 '" 7.59 2
16. Miscellaneous . 5 ,779 72,7;3 42 1 possible to give full con.
17. Pensions .38630 14,023 72 Paraive f I.....-forindi-
8. Police ... 81,584 2i,187 5 dual Heas.
19. Port and Marine ... 20,427 7,928 06
20. Post Office ... 33,123 8,616 01
21. Prisons ... 35,0(69 17,503 05
22. Public Debt .... 59,358j 31,201 90
23. Public library .... 4,424 9'07 31
24. Public Works Department ... 46,638 13,622 01
25. Public Works Recurrent ... 36,172 13,565 39
27. Social Welfare ... 1,476 708 86 -
27A. St. Vincent Grenadines 10,669 5,995 18
28. Subventions 14,679 8,097 10
29. Supply Control ... 12,932 5,169 84
30'. Telephone ... 15.0181 6,087 81
31. Treasury ... 57,655 24,244 27 ,
1,399,347 545,751 52 535,134 66 10,616 86
26. PublicWorks Extraordinary ... 49,02( 25,263 83 29,110 83 3,847 00
1,448,367 571,015 35 564,245 49 10,610, 86 3,847 00
-8. Colonial Developmentand Welfare Schemes 353,496 114,976 04 86,795 74 28,180 30
Total Exenditure $ 1,.0i,83 685,991 39 651,041 23 38,797 -6 3,847 00


TREASURY,
16th October, 1950.
(F. 3/81947).


BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Oolonial Tracrwwr.


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Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of Saint Vincent 'at 31st May, 1950.


SITA-BTILT S.

DEPOSITS:
C.D. and Welfare Schemes Advances...
Cotton Growers Association Account *
Bain Gray Prize Fund .
Graham Bequest Fund
Grenada, Government of
Hayward X-Ray Fund
Home Fund
Muserave Prize Fund
Reserve Fund for Kingstown Board Water Supply Loan
Savings Bank Account
Simnmons Bequest Fund
Sundry Deposits ...

COTTON FA(CT'oR :
Cotton F'actory Depreciation Fund

TowN FUNDS:
Barrouallie ...
Calliaqua
Georgetown
Kingstown
Layou
Chateaubelair ..
SPECIAL ACCOUNTS :
Electric Light Plant Depreciation Fund
Electricity Generating Unit Loan, 1939
Hydro-Electric Scheme Loan Expre.
Motor Launch Depreciation Fund
Permanent Investment Eruption Fund
Public Property Insurance Fund
Public Purposes Loan 1939, Windward .Highway Expre.
Refrigeration Plant Depreciation Fund
Reserve Fund for C.D.F. Loan for Housing Scheme
Land Settlement Loan 1932
Lowmans-Biabou Water Supply Loan*, 1934

SURPLUS:

Colony's Reserve Fund


General Revenue Balance Account-
Balance at 1. 1. 50
Surplus and Deficit Account


... $361,253 79
... 48,065 61


$ c.

139.700 17
4,788 81
971 86
29.202 54
66,146 89
163 02
8,067 84
395 72
480 00
528,715 80
718 04
167.625 31


S 566 58
.. 1,700 62
3 ,025 18
32,537 09
... 251 80
312 76

... 16,140 39
... 122 16
23,428 42
S .976 64
120,000 00
56,239 90
... 18 66
12.421 78
14,821 44
... 16,029 30
... '4.848 40



96,985 22


313,188 18


$ c.












941,976 '00


39,240 14


38,394 03


265,047 09







410,173 40
Si1 O0A O RfiA


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Note: At 31st May, 1950 the Public Debt (not recorded in the above liabilities) amounted to $529,544,72. This figu e includes the following : Kingstown Board Water Supply Loan 1930 $480.00.
and C.D.F. Loan for St. Vincent Co-operative Arrowroot Association $16,987.62 for which General Revenue is only responsible in case of default.
The accumulated funds for redemption of the Debt amounted at 31.5 50 to $166,214-,60:


BERNARD GIBBS,
,. Acting. Colonial Treasurer.


TREASURY, ST. -VINCENT,
16th October, 1950.-
CF. 38/1947).


$ C


ASSETS.
CASH:
In Treasury Chest
,, Sub-Accountants Hands...
Barclays Bank, Current Account
Barclays Bank, Deposit Account ...
Crown Agents Current Account ...
Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund ......

Drafts and Remittnnes

Loan to St. Lucia for Fire Relief .. ...

ADVANCE :
Authorised Advances ..
Controller of Supplies Trading Account
.Cotton Working Account ......
Dominica, Government of ...
Imprest Account...
Port Elizabeth Town Fund ...
Saint Luoia. Government of ...
Post Office Account ...

INVESTMENTS :*
Colony's Reserve Fund .
S S&rplds Fund ......
Bain Gray Prize Fund ......
Cotton Factory Depreciation Fund ... ..
Electric Light Plant Depreciation Fund..
Graham Bequest Fund ......
Home Fund ..
Motor Launch Depreciation Fund
Musgrave Prize Fund ...
Public Property Insurance Fund
Refrigeration Plant Depreciation Fun ......
Reserve Fund for 'C.D.F. Loan for Housing ...
Reserve Fund for Land Settlement Loan 1932 ...
Reserve Fund for Lowmans-Biabou Water Supply Loan 1934
Simmons Bequest Fund
Savings Bank Fund

Savings Bank Loan Account


15,831
8,832
99,408
3
69,133
91.200





197.124
9,417
69,656
8.025
13.854
189
4.2:34
38A103.


92,100
213.777
955
39,240
19,207
27,122
3,067
976(
395
56,239
12,421
14,821
16,029
4.848
140
430,60C


40
79
83
44
04
(09





13
26
541
67
93
89
59
73


88
5(
92
14
96
42
84
64
72
90
78
44
30
411
06
22
0. !
j~


932,252

16,800


91l.694.83(j 6)


284.409 50

4162 30

.120,000 00








340,900 74


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MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION HELD
AT THE EDUCATION OFFICE, ON THURSDAY, 23RD MARCH, 1950,
AT 2.00 P.M.

Present: The Acting Education Officer, Chairman,
The Inspector of Schools,
The Headmaster, Grammar School,
The Acting Headmistress, Girls' High School,
His Lordship the Bishop of the Windward Islands,
The Hon'ble Lt. A. McINTosH,
The Ofiicer-in-Charge, Camden Park Experiment Station,
O. W. FORD, Esq.,
G. C. I1. THoMAs, Esq.,
Mrs. E. D. B. (CHARLES,
Mrs. J. H. D. Cox.

Absent: The Rev. Dr. GUALERT van der PLAs O S.B.,
# (Excuse tendered),
The Reverend EnarT HIGMAN (Excuse tendered),
Dr. F. C. ALEXIS.

Introductory Remtarks.
This was the first meeting of the Board which came into existence on 5th Febru-
ary, 1950, and the hearty welcome extended to the members by the Chairman who
also solicited their cooperation was cordially accepted.
Confirmation of l, 'Il -.
The minutes'of the meeting held on the 30th September, 1949, which had been
previously circulated to members, were confirmed.
Business arisin.q out of the Minutes.
The last Board had recommended that Regulations 39 and 81 of the Regulations
for Government and Assisted Primary Schools (Reg. 39. Each school stall each
year be classified as of 1, 2, or 3 in general efficiency within its grade. Schools failing
to attain the 3rd class of efficiency shall he regarded as inefficient, and the Education
Officer shall send with the report, formal notice to the Manager that if the s hool is
again reported to be inefficient, the Head Teacher or the teacher concerned shall be
liable to removal from that school." reg. 81. "No increment siall be given to a
Head Teacher unless the Efficiency Grading for the preceding school year in accord-
ance with Regulation 39 is at least Third Giade ") be rescind d, anI the Adminis-
trator had asked for recommendations to replace them.
With reference to Reg. 39 the Chairman said he did not think thnt there were
any objections to the classification of schools or to their examination or inspection.
Regulation 69: For breaches of tlhee Regulations, neglcrt of duty, unpuctuality
or lack of zeal, a.teacher in an Assistod School shall, iftet due inqiiy by the Com-
mittee of Management, be subject to such disciplinary action as ii, with the approval
(,f the Education Officer may in each case determine-such action may take the.form
of a fine, a reduction of class or status, o,. in the case ol' Head Teacher, rransfbr. to
a school of a lower grade or to a post as an Assistant Teacher. The disciplinary action
referred to above shall in the I:s, of a GUo, rnmen't School be taken by the Education







Officer but in all cases be first submitted to the Governor for confirmation or other--
wise," "which contained adequate sanctions had not been considered in previous
discussions, and he felt that a simple and satisfactory amendment of Reg. 39 could be-
effected by the following: Each school shall each year be classified as of 1,'2, or 3
in general efficiency within its grade. Schools failing to attain the 3rd class of
efficiency shall be regarded as inefficient, and the Education Officer shall send with the
report, formal notice to the Manager that if the school is again reported to be ineffi-
cient, the Head 'Teacher or the teacher concerned shall be proceeded against under
Regulation 69."
Mr. Thomas said that such an amendment to Regulation 39 would be contrary to
a Motion passed by the Board on the 10th June, 1949. Further, Reg. 69 called for
an Inquiry, but reasons for possible inefficiency iu schools had been set out in a
.Memorandum from the St. Vincent Teachers' Association, and were still very apparent.
The matter was discussed at length, and the recommendation that Regulation 39
should be revoked .was carried by d majority not including Mr. McIntosh who asked
that it be recorded tlit he had abstained from voting. His Lordship and Mrs. Cox
had not been members of the 1949 Board and did not vote.
SThe following proposal to rel;lace Reg. 39 made by Mr. Thomas was seconded by
the Headmaster of the Grammar School: Each school shall each year be classified
as of 1, 2, or in general efficiency within its grade. Only pupils who have made 250
attendances during the school year will be considered for purposes of grading the
schools. Schools failing to attain the 3rd class of efficiency shall be regarded as in-
efficient. If the Inspector of Schools report a school to be inefficient he shall state
specifically the grounds of such judgment, and shall send the report to the Manager
who shall relay it to the Head Teacher. Three such reports in three .consecutive
years shall make. the Head Teacher then liable to be transferred or.demoted if he fail
to prove satisfactorily to the Manager and the Education Officer that the inefficiency
is due to causes over which he' cannot reasonably be considered to have control."
The Inspector of Schools said. that the sentence. Only pupils who have made
250 attendances during the school year will be considered for purposes of grading the
schools," was not necessary as teachers were permitted to ask for the exclusion from
the tests of any pupils whose attendances they considered insufficient. In view of that
statement Mr. Thomas agreed to withdraw the sentence.
Mr. Forde's counter-proposal, "Each school shall each year he classified as of 1,
2, or 3 in general efficiency within its grade. Schools failing to attain the 3rd class of
efficiency shall be regarded as inefficient. If the Inspector of Schools report a school
to be inefficient he shall state specifically the grounds of such judgment, and shall
send report to the Manager who shall relay it to the Head Teacher. Such report
shall make the Head Teacher then liable to be transferred or demoted if he fail to
prove satisfactorily to the Manager and the Education Officer that the inefficiency is
due to causes over which lie cannot reasonably be considered to have control," was
seconded by.Mr. McIntosh, and the result of the voting was
For Against
Mr. Forde Mr. Thomas
Mr. McIntosh The Headmaster, Grammar School
Mr. Francis (Officer-in-Charge, The Acting Headmistress, Girls'
Camden Park) High School
Inspector of Schools Mrs. Charles
The Chairman Mrs. Cox








With the use of the Chairman's casting vote the counter-proposal was carried.
The Board agreed, with no dissenting voice, that Regulation 81 should be rescind-
ed and should not be replaced.
3. Anderson's Cups Competition.
The Chairman informed the Board that in 1917 Mr. R. M. Anderson had present-
ed ten Silver Cups to the' Primary Schools for Annual Competition in English (written
and spoken). Ile read Rules for the Competition made by the then Board for reconm-
menlation to Government. It was now agreed that Rule 8: That the Education
Officer shall be required to investigate the cause why any e school failed to enter the
Competition in any year," should be deleted.
In compliance with Rule 3, Messrs. Anderson and Forde, Mrs. E. D. B. Charles
and the Education Ollicer were appointed as the hBard to control the Competition.
It was decided that.copies of the Rules should be issued to Members of the Bo;rd
of Education and to the Teachers.
4. Trophmes offered by i1r. J D. i)Ran)ohn oJ Trmndad.
The Chairman ren'd correspondence between Mr. Noel Baynes and himself in con-
nection with the offer of Mr. J. I). Ramjohn of Trinidad to pr).-ent a Cup for an
Annual Football Competition among the Kingstown Primary Schools and a Shield
for an Island-wide Recitation Competition. The Managers and Head Tenchei's of the
Kingstown Schools had already been informed, and it was likely that the first Football
Competition would take place in the Football Season of 1950.
It was agreed to ask the Board for the Anderson's Cups Competition to undertake
the Recitation Cbmpetition.
5. Physical Recreation in Schools.
The-Chairman explained that financial assistance from the C.lonial Development
and Welfare Organisation had made it possible for Mr. Mclityre Keane, a Pupil
Teacher of the Kingstown Methodist Scho ol to receive a year's training in Barbados in
physical recreation from Mr. St. John. a Physical Training Instructor trained in
England. Mr. Keane had returned and had commenced to work in the Kinistownr
Schools. In reply to the Chairman's inquiry, Mr. Thomas said that as far as his
school was concerned the arrangements were quite all right and asked if Mr. Keano
would continue to work as he was doing.
6. School Buildingq: Present development.
The Chairman said that governmentt was building a Priniary S"ihool in Kingstown
which would accommodate 500 pupils and thereby the over-crowding in the Kiugstown
Schools would be relieved. A Craft Block was also to be attached to the School. A
saving of 3,000 was anticipated and it was suggested that that amount be used on
the Barrouallie School which was to be an experiment in the use of landcrete for
school buildings.
It was not yet known what amount of the Airfields Reserve Moniey would be
available for school building.
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As there was no other business, the Chairman thanked the members, and th
meeting was adjourned, sine die.
K. JACOBS,
Secretary y
Confirmed this 17th day of July, 1950.
C. V. D. HADLEY,
Chairman




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