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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


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VOL. 9().] SAINT VIN Ji:NrT, TUESDAY. 1 OC'IOBERI 1957. [No. 49.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 463.
COMMENCEMENT OF TERM OF
OFFICE OF GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

In accordance with Lord HAILES
commission as Governor General of the
West Indies, which has now been signed
by Her Majesty, his term of office will
date from 1st October, although he will
not arrive in the West Indies until
January, 1958. This decision springs
from an approach to the Secretary of
State by Ministers from the West Indies,
who visited London in July. They con-
sider that the date of appointment
should be advanced, in view of unavoid-
able delay in the Governor General's
arrival in the West Indies, and in recog-
nition of the close attention which he
is giving to West Indian affairs while in
this country. Lord HAILES, while very
appreciative of the consideration being
shown to him, would not, however, wish
to draw any salary before going to the
West Indies.
1st October, 1957.


No. 464.
APPOINTMENT AS AN ADMINISTRA-
TIVE ASSISTANT IN THE PRE-
FEDERAL ORGANISATION.

Mr. S. L. TAYLOR has been appointed
as an Administrative Assistant in the
Pre-Federal Organisation.


Mr. TAYLOR was born in Barbados and
Is 33 years old.
He was appointed a clerk, Grade II, in
the office of the Comptroller of
Development and Welfare In the West
Indies in 1943; promoted to clerk,
Grade I, in 1949 and to Assistant Secre-
tary in that Organisation in April, 1955.
His appointment to the Pro-Federal
Organisation took effect from 16th Sep-
tember, 1957.
1st October, 1957.

No. 465.
SECONDED TO THE PRE-FEDERAL
ORGANISATION AS SENIOR ASSIS-
TANT SECRETARY IN THE
FEDERAL FINANCIAL SEC-
RETARY'S DEPARTMENT.
Mr. C. S. McMoRRis, Assistant Secre-
tary, Ministry of Agriculture and Lands,
Jamaica, has been seconded to the Pre-
Federal Organisation as Senior Assistant
Secretary in the Federal Financial
Secretary's Department.
Mr. McMORRIS was born in Jamaica on
10th February, 1921, and educated at
Wolmer's Boys' School. After three
year's service in the Island Record
Office of Jamaiea, he joined the Royal
Air Force as an Air Navigator with the
rank of Flying Officer, serving from
1943-1947. After demobilisation, Mr.
McMorris spent three years reading
Economics and Geography at Leeds
University, graduating in 1950.
He re-entered the Jamaica Govern-
ment Service in 1950 in the Agriculture














SAINT VINCEN 1', TUESDAY, 1 OCTOBER. 1957.-(No. 49).


and Lands Section of the Colonial Secre-
tary's Office subsequently the Ministry
of Agriculture. In 1954 he was seconded
to the Institute of Social and Economic
Research of the University College of
the West Indies to assist with research
into the economics of small scale farm-
ing in Jamaica.
Mr. McMoRRIs arrived in Barbados on
Tuesday the 17th of September.
1st October, 1957.

No. 466.
RESIGNATION OF FEDERAL ESTAB-
LISHMENT OFFICER.

Mr. RAYMOND NORRIS, M.B.E., has ten-
dered his resignation as Federal Estab-
lishment Officer from 1st December,
1997, to take up post as Secretary, Brit-
ish West Indies Sugar Association Inc.
Mr. NonRIS was appointed Federal
Establishment Officer on 7th November,
1956. He had previously served in the
Colonial Office from 1928-40. He was
with the Development and Welfare
Organisation from 1940-53, and was
appointed Assistant Colonial Secretary
(Establishment), Leewards, and assumed
duty in January, 1954, in Antiguao He
served in the Leewards for 21/2 years be-
fore accepting the present post.
He has been associated with Federal
Developments since Montego Bay Con-
ference in September, 1947, and was As-
sistant Secretary of the Standing Closer
Association Committee from 1948-49.
1st October, 1957.

No. 467.
ACTING APPOINTMENTS.

Mr. C. S. DAISY, Junior Clerk, as Senior
Clerk, Government Office, with effect
from 12th August, 1957, and until fur-
ther notice.
1st October, 1957.
(P.F. 540.)
No. 468.
Mr. J. B. CONNELL, Senior Clerk, trans-
ferred from Customs and Excise Depart-
ment, as Administrative Assistant,
Government Office, with effect from 16th
September, 1957, and until further
notice.
1st October, 1957.
(P.F. 370.)
No. 469.
Mr. F. G. THOMAS, Personnel and Staff
Inspector, has been appointed to act as
Government Secretary, with effect from
27th September, 1957, in conjunction
with his substantive duties, during the
absence from the Colony of Mr. G. L.
FRASER, in connection with the Confer-
ence of Clerks of Unit Legislatures in
Trinidad.
1st October, 1957.
(P.F. 335.)


No. 470.
Mr. C. 0. R. PHILLIPS, Registrar,
as Magistrate, Districts II and III and
Additional Magistrate, District I, St.
Vincent, with effect from 1st October,
1957.
Mr. D. E. WEEKES, Deputy-Registrar, as
Registrar, with effect from 1st October,
1957.
Mr. 0. S. BARROW, Senior Clerk, Regis-
try Department, as Deputy-Registrar
with effect from 1st October, 1957.
(P.F: 891.)
(P.F. 145.)
(P.F. 563.)
1st October, 1957.

No. 471.
TERMINATION OF ACTING
APPOINTMENT.

With reference to Gazette Notice No.
194 of 30th April, 1957, the acting ap-
pointment of Mr. C. M. NoRRIS, as Magis-
trate Districts II and III and Additional
Magistrate, District I, St. Vincent, has
been terminated with effect from 1st
October, 1957.
1st October, 1957.
(P.F. 85.)

No. 472.

OBITUARY.

His Honour the Administrator has
learnt with deep regret of the death
of Miss JoYcE HAROLD, Clerk at the
Inland Revenue Department, which
occurred at the Colonial Hospital on
the 26th September, 1957.
1st October, 1957.
(A. 45/1943).


No. 473.
VACANT POSTS.

Two VACANT POSTS OF ASSISTANT MASTER
(GRADUATE), ST. VINCENT GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

Applications are invited for two (2)
vacant posts, at the St. Vincent Gram-
mar School, of Assistant Master
(Graduate Geography) and of Assistant
Master (Graduate Mathematics or
Science). Salary scale $2,016 x $96--
$2,688 plus 20% pay addition. Applica-
tions should be sent not later than
October 20th to the Assistant Adminis-
trator and Establishment Officer, St.
Vincent. Further details may be ob-
tained from the local Secretariat or
from the Assistant Administrator, St.
Vincent.
1st October, 1957.
(A. 6/1941 II.)














SAI' l' VIN \ 1T. TUESDAY, 1 OCTOBER. 1957.-(No. 49).


No. 474.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Administration lReport on the
Probation Service of the Colony and the
Report on the Fairhall Approved School
for the year 1956 is published with this
issue of the Gazette.

By Command,

F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Acting Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
1st October, 1957.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

POLICE NOTICES.

The general public (in particular
drivers of motor vehicles and riders of
motor cycles) is hereby warned that the
Police. Department will be operating
speed traps in certain areas.
Persons found exceeding the speed
limit will be liable to prosecution.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
24th September, 1957.



The attention of the Public is drawn
to the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
(Amendment No. 2) Regulations "20B".
"20B. ONE WAY TRAFFIC. Vehicles
in Middle Street shall proceed from
East to West only.
Vehicles proceeding from Ashes' Cor-
ner towards Frenches Gate shall proceed
in a Westerly direction along Sion Road
only.
Vehicles proceeding from Sion/
Frenches Corner to Nurse Nanton's
Corner shall proceed in a North Easterly
direction along the Richmond Hill Land
Settlement Road known as the Circular
Road.
Vehicles proceeding along Bedford
Street between Middle Street and Bay
Street shall proceed from North to South
only.
Vehicles proceeding along Bay Street
between Bedford and Hillsboro Streets
shall proceed from West to East only.
Vehicles proceeding along Hillsboro
Street between Halifax Street and Mid-
dle Street on the Eastern side of the
Cenotaph shall proceed North to South
only.
Vehicles proceeding along Hillsboro
Street between Halifax Street and Middle
Street on the Western side of the


Cenotaph shall proceed South to North
only.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Kingstown.
19th September, 1957.


There will be a parade of the Auxiliary
Police Force and the Volunteer Fire
Brigade at Victoria Park on Wednesday
16th October, 1957 at 5 p.m.
The Police Band will be in attendance
and the function will be brought to a
close with the Beating of the Retreat.
A Cordial invitation is extended to the
general public.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
17th September, 1957.


ST. VINCENT COTTON GINNERY

COPRA NOTICE.

All persons supplying Copra to the St.
Vincent Cotton Ginnery are hereby
notified that only first grade copra,
made from fully matured nuts, and
properly dried, will be accepted. All
copra not up to standard will be rejected.
Persons selling Copra are asked to
see that their copra is weighed at the
time of delivery; and that all rejected
copra is removed immediately after It
is rejected. Persons leaving copra at
the Ginnery will do so at their own risks,
and the Ginnery will not hold itself re-
sponsible for any losses resulting there-
from.
J. L. EUSTACE,
Manager,
St. Vincent Cotton Ginnery.
19th September, 1957.


KINGSTOWN TOWN-BOARD.

SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATION.

A competitive examination for the
award of four scholarships tenable at
the St. Vincent Grammar School and
the Girls' High School will be held at the
Richmond Hill Government School on
Friday, 4th October, 1957; two for boys
and two for girls. The examination will
commence at 9.00 a.m.
Qualifications:
Each candidate must be a pupil of a
private or public school in the Colony
and must have been residing in the
Town of Kingstown or within half a















380 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 1 OCTOBER, 1957.--(No. 49).


mile of the boundaries thereof during
the three years preceding the date of
his or her selection for the Scholarship.
A certificate of good behaviour must also
be produced.
Age:
Each candidate must have been less
than 12 years of age on 31st July, 1957;
a birth or baptismal certificate is to be
produced.


one-third of the maximum number of
marks in each subject and at least one-
half of the total marks in the examina-
tion.
Applications accompanied by proper
proof of age must reach the Town Hall,
Paul's Lot, not later than 11.30 a.m.
Wednesday, 25th September, 1P57.


V. G. DaSILVA


Tenure of Scholarship:
The scholarship shall be for a period
of five years. Office of the Kingstown Board,
Conditions of award of Scholarship: Paul's Lot,
No candidate will be awarded a schol- Kingstown.
arship unless he or she obtains at least 7th September, 1957.


Warden.


TREASURY NOTICE.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX OFFICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance," their properties having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday 5th October,
1957, at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.

C. R. I. ROBINSON,
Acting Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
5th September, 1957.


Name of Owner or
Occupier.

Allen, Muriel
Berkley, Robert
Browne, Lazarus
Cyrus, William
Providence, Elverton
Providence, Jeremiah
Roberts, George
Seaton, Wilfred
Shoy, Dulcina
Solomon, Cephas
Stewart, George
Stewart, Gideon
Trumpet, Dorothy


DISTRICT IV.
Situation of
Property.

Cocoa
Convent
Grove
Ruthland Vale
Grove
Grove
Gabriel Village
Spring Village
Glebe
Glebe
Spring Village
Spring Village
Grove


Description of
Property.

1 Dwelling House
5 acres
6 ac. 3 rd. 1 pole
1 ac. 1 rd. 25 poles
4 ac. 1 rd. 2 poles
2 acres
1 Dwelling House
1 House Spot
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
5 acres


Tax Owing
1956.
$ 0
1.14
1.74
2.22
1.02
1.74
1.98
1.50
.78
1.02
1.14
1.14
1.50
3.78


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
I Price 24 cents.
















ADMINISTRATION REPORT ON THE PROBATION SERVICE OF THE COLONY
OF ST. VINCENT FOR THE YEAR 1956.


GENERAL.
Throughout the year the Probation Service endeavoured to deal with its
probationers and the varied problems of juvenile delinquency.
Although a fair degree of success has been attained, there is much more
to be desired if the Service is to become more than a mere word in the penal
code-larger staff is indicated.
There has been an unfortunate increase in corporal punishment ordered for
boys over the years 1953-1956. The percentages are 1.3%, 8.5%, 16.8% and 34.6%.
Some Courts hold the view that this form of punishment brings home to some
offenders, more than any other method, the fact that they have broken the law
and offended society. However, experienced Juvenile Courts elsewhere have
abandoned this form of treatment as ineffective as it cannot be combined with
more constructive treatment.
The Service is still handicapped by not having a "place of safety" for the
detention of juveniles on remand. This is causing no end of trouble as many
parents refuse to stand as surety for their children who are granted bail by the
Police. Difficulty is also experienced in locating other juveniles on bail and
ensuring their attendance at Courts.
Since 1952 Government has been asked to pass legislation to enact the
following as in many other Colonies:-
"When a child or young person is to be brought before any Court in
respect of an offence alleged to have been committed by him, the person
bringing the child or young person before the Court shall as soon as possible
and in any event before the lodging of the complaint, notify the Probation
Officer of the nature of the charge and furnish him with such particulars
in relation thereto as he may require."
Unless our laws are brought up-to-date and the necessary provisions made
for their proper execution, the Service would not continue to progress and our
Juvenile Courts Aould fail to exercise their proper functions. Many juvenile
offenders are taken before the Courts without the knowledge of the Probation
Officer.
Young offenders of the 16-21 age group continue to present a problem. Many
of these could be saved from the contamination of Prison if only given a chance
on Probation. This form of treatment is not popular locally. There are no
institutions for the detention and prolonged training of these young adults.
It is said that statistics, like fire, may be good servants but bad iasters.
This applies particularly to statistics into which the human element enters. It
is known each year how many children appear before the Courts and how many
are found guilty but it will never be known the total number of delinquents
for each year. The Probation Officer receives a number of complaints from
parents whose children are beyond their control and from persons whose property
has been destroyed by juveniles. Similar cases are often referred by the Police.
If all these wayward, refractory and delinquent children were brought before
the Court the official statistics would indeed present an entirely different picture.

STAFF AND DUTIES.
The Probation Service is still staffed by one Probation Officer, Mr. Vivian T.
Young, (also Public Assistance Officer), and one Junior Clerk.
During Mr. Young's absence on six months vacation leave from 1st September,
1955, Mr. Claude C. Samuel, Junior Clerk, acted as Probation Officer.
Mr. V. T. Young resumed duties on the 1st March, 1956. He was appointed
to act Labour Inspector from the 15th March to 17th June, as Labour Commis-
sioner from 18th June to 6th August and from 7th August to 31st October as
Labour Inspectur again. During these periods Mr. C. C. Samuel acted as Probation
Officer.
From the 26th November, 1956, the Department was removed from under
the control of the Labour Commissioner and made a separate Department. under
the portfolio of the Minister for Social Services.
The Probation Officer continued to exercise his duties in connection with
pre-trial reports, supervision of offenders, matrimonial conciliation, bastardy
matters and the various other related matters.

















NUMBER OF JUVENILE OFFENDERS DEALT WITH BY MAGISTRATES' COURTS
AND THE PROBATION SERVICE.


1952


. 1953


1954


TYPES OF OFFENCES COMMITTED BY JUVENILE OFFENDERS IN 1956.


Boys
Larceny ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 78
Indecent language ...... ...... ... 21
Assault (including wounding) ...... ...... ...... 30
Disorder ...... .... .... .. 14
Vagrancy .......... .. 14
Miscellaneous (Gambling, throw missiles etc.) ...... 19
In need of care or protection .... ...... ...... 1


Total


Girls
11
7
7
4
3


Total
89
28
37
18
17
19
1


177 32 209


METHODS OF CASE DISPOSAL BY MAGISTRATES' COURTS IN 1956.


Boys


Girls Total


Probation ...... .... ....... ..... ...... 4 4
Fairhall (Approved) School ...... ...... 4 4
Whipped ...... ... .... .. 37 37
Convicted, cautioned and discharged .... .. 30 6 36
Fined .... ... 1 1
Parent/Guardian Fined ...... ...... ...... 23 7 30
Bound over without supervision ...... ...... 1 1
Withdrawn ...... ...... .... 6 6
Dismissed (Merits) ...... ...... ...... ..... 1 1 2
Dismissed (Doubts) ...... ...... ...... -
Dismissed for want of prosecution ...... ..... 1 1


Settled by Probation Officer out of Court
Settled by Probation Officer before process served


Total


177 32 209


TOTAL NUMBER OF PROBATION CASES DEALT WITH DURING 1956.

Men Women Boys Girls Total


Cases brought forward -
Added during the year -


- 26
1 4


1 29
- 6


- 3 1 30


1 35


Total
















16

STATISTICAL RETURN OF PROBATION CASES FOR 1956.


Cases New Completed Satisfac-
B/fwd. Cases Cases tary


- 2 1 2 1

- 26 4 25 10
.... 1 1 1


__ 29


Unsatls- Still under
factory Super-
vision

1 1
1
15 5
f -


6 28 12 16


STATISTICS


OF PROBATION ORDERS.


Particulars


Total Probation Orders made _


Crimes against the person
crimes against property with violence
crimes against property without violence
malicious injury to property
forgery: Crimes against the currency
other crimes ...... ..... ....
other offences ..... ...... -


With respect to Males:-
Aged under 14 years
,, 14 and under 16
,, 16 and under 21
,, 21 and over .

With respect to Females:-
Aged under 14 years
,, 14 and under 16
,, 16 and under 21
,, 21 and over ......


Persons under Probation brought before the
Court:-
For a fresh offence ...... ......
i For a breach of the Probation Order


Magis-
trates'
Courts


5

1

4


-
- 1



3
- '7


VIVIAN T. YOUNG,
Probation Officer.


Men
Women
Boys
Girls


Total


...... .....




..... .....
...... ..














17

REPORT ON THE FAIRHALL (APPROVED) SCHOOL FOR THE YEAR 1956.

The Fairhall (Approved) School is the only one of its kind in the Colony.
The School caters for delinquent boys under 16 years who have been brought
before the Courts for an offence or being in need of care or protection.
The cost of maintaining the School is estimated for annually and is met by
a grant ,paid out of public revenue.

ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF.
Thq School is controlled by a Statutory Board, the personnel of which are
appointed by Government.
Towards the end of the year under review the Probation Officer was appointed
to preside over the meetings of the Board in lieu of the Labour Commissioner.
The Staff of the School consists of:
1. The Executive Officer
2. The Teacher and Assistant to the Executive Officer
3. Three part-time trade instructors, three female domestic servants
and a Gardener.

BUILDINGS.
The buildings were in a satisfactory state of repairs and, except for
the washing of the external walls, nothing was done by way of repairs during
the course of the year.

POPULATION.
At the beginning of the year under review there were 25 boys in residence.
During the year ,there were 5 admissions and one discharge, so that on the
31st DIcember, 1956, our books recorded 29 boys.

SPIRITUAL WELFARE.
The 29 pupils of the School are distributed among the three Churches-
Anglican, Methodist and Roman Catholic. There are 11 Anglicans, 7 Methodists
and 11 Roman Catholics.
Eight Catholics and three Anglican boys were admitted into full membership
of their respective churches during 1956. All the boys except Catholics attend
Sunday worship regularly. There is no Catholic Church in the area and so the
Catholic boys only attend Sunday Service once every four or five weeks when
the priest attends at the Chapel in the Lewis Punnett's Home for the Aged Poor.
Some provision is also made within the School itself for Christian teaching.

EDUCATIONAL TRAINING.
Every effort 4has been made during the year to improve the standard of the
work done in th4 Primary School and the Executive Officer does not only assist
in the School during the day but also holds educational classes three or four
nights weekly.
Much encouragement is given to pupils to do lots of reading on their own
and as many magazines as can be obtained are placed at their disposal.

VOCATIONAL TRAINING.
Carpentry. Tailoring and Shoemaking are the chief vocational pursuits.
Much attention is given also to Animal husbandry, agriculture and basketry.
Two boys who showed an aptitude for motor mechanics attended the
Mechanic Shop of the Public Works Department at Arnos Vale while arrange-
ments were also made to have 2 others placed in the Carpenter's shop of the
same department during the year.
Both boys in the Mechanic Shop were unfortunately laid off towards the
end of the yewc. Every effort is being made to have them suitably placed.

COLLECTIONS.
The amount paid into the Treasury as collected for sale of handwork, animals
and animal and garden produce was $581.68.

RECREATION.
Cricket has been the chief out-door recreational game-ping-pong and
draughts the chief Indoor games.
















The boys engaged neighboring clubs in about six cricket matches during
the year and gave quite a satisfactory account of themselves. Every boy is
encouraged to take an active part in the games.
The School is grateful to the Reverend H. V. Tonks of St. Lucia, and one-time
Bishop of the Windward Islands, who donated a Silver Cup to the School towards
the end of the year. A competition will be arranged for its award annually.

HEALTH AND DIET.
The health of the boys was satisfactory and there was no serious illness of
any nature among them during the year.
The Nutrition Officer of the Windward Islands visited the School and was
satisfied that the diet-scale was reasonably well balanced.

DISCIPLINE AND PUNISHMENT.
The discipline on the whole was satisfactory. There was hardly any need
for corporal punishment among the bigger boys who were very helpful in the
control of the smaller boys.

DISCHARGE.
Grafton Primus, the first boy to be discharged from the School, left on
the 24th September, 1956 and is now a member of the Police Band Cadets.

AFTER-CARE.
There is no provision for after-care work.

OUTINGS AND TOURS.
All the boys were taken in to Kingstown to see the Carnival. Several outings
to different places of interest in the Colony were also conducted.

GENERAL.
The School entered for the Music Festival Competition held in April under
the auspices of the St. Vincent Music Council and took third place in two of
the events.
Exhibits were sent in to the Exhibition sponsored by the Y.W.C.A. in August
and First Prize Certificates were awarded the School for Leathercraft and
Woodwork.
Mr. Leonard A. Providence, Executive Officer, was granted a three-month
scholarship to observe Approved School methods in the islands of Barbados and
Trinidad. He left the Colony on October 1st and returned on December 18th.
During his absence Miss Millicent Keane, Teacher and Assistant, deputised
while Mr. Edson Stowe was appointed to act for Miss M. Keane.

VIVIAN T. YOUNG,
Probation Officer.




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