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Publication Date: February 77, 1961
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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SAINT VINCENT I


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Lubliii e b i u th orilD.


VOL. 94.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 FEBRUARY, 1961.


(GOVERNMENT NOTICES. High S
of there
effect f
No. 39.
DOMINICAN CONSULAR REPRE-
SENTATION. (P.F. 11

With reference to Gazette Notice No.
6 of 10th January, 1961, it is notified No. 42.
for general information that the Exe- P
quatur empowering Senor RODOLFO


jchuol, St. Vincent for a period
e years in the first instance with
rom 27th January, 1961.
February, 1961.
48.)



2E-RESIGN ACTION LEAVE.


DIDIEZ MALLOL to act as Consul General Mr. CRESWELL DURRANT, Class III
of the Dominican Republic at Port-of- Clerk, Customs and Excise Department,
Spain, with jurisdiction in the Federa- has been granted 83 days' vacation
tion of The West Indies, received Her leave with effect from 1st February,
Majestys signature on 6th January, 1961 prior to his resignation from the
1961. Service.
7th February, 1961. 7th February, 1961.
(484.) (P.F. 892.)

No. 40.
RESUMPTION. No. 43.

With reference to Gazette Notice No. PRE-RETIREMENT LEAVE.
125 of 5th April, 1960, Mr. H. S. I, Senr
McCoNrE. Superintendent of Agricul- Mr. DvID A. SF_&iS, Senior Bailiff,
Supreme Court, has been granted 213
ture, resumed duty on 24th January, days vacation leave with effect from Ist
February, 1961, prior to retirement
7th February, 1961. from the service.
(P.F. 354.) 7th February 1961.
(P.F. 25.)
No. 41.
TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT.
No. 44.
His Honour the Administrator has LEGISLATION.
been pleased to approve the temporary
appointment of Miss BARBARA M. The following Document is published
HEDDLE, M.A., as Headmistress, Girls' with this issue of the Gazette.








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34 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 FEBRUARY, 1961.-(No. 7.)


S.R. & O. No. 2.-Proclaiming Tues- Financial and Store Rules, the local
day, the 14th day of February, General Orders and subsidiary legisla-
1961, to be observed as a Bank tion in force from time to time. Gov-
Holiday throughout the Colony. ernment officials are liable to taxation
(13.) imposed by local enactments.
7th February, 1961. Applications containing full parti-
culars, including, qualifications and
experience of applicant, should be for-
No. 45. warded to the Chief Secretary, Admin-
BANK HOLIDAY. istrator's Office, Roseau, Dominica,
West Indies to reach him not later than
By virtue of a Proclamation issued 31st March, 1961.
with this issue of the Gazette (S.R. & 7th February, 1961.
O. No. 2), Tuesday, the 14th February,
1961, being a Bank Holiday, all Public
Offices will be closed on that day. No. 47.
7th February, 1961. CONDITIONS OF SERVICE APPERTAINING
-TO THE TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT OF
No. 46. SENIOR MEDICAL OFFICER, DOMINICA,
VACANT POSTS. WINDWARD ISLANDS.
VACANT POSTS.

HEADMASTER, DOMINICA GRAMMAR 1. Appointment: The appointment
S oo, is non-pensionable and will be for a
Period of three years in the first in-
Applications are invited from suitably stance. The officer will be subject to the
qualified candidates for appointment to Colonial Regulations and to the local
D ca General Orders in force for the time
the post of Headmaster, Dominicabein in so far as the are applicable.
Grammar School, particulars of which be appointment carries with it the
The appointment carries with it the
are as follows:- liability to transfer to any medical post
1. Appointment: The post is on the of comparable status in the West Indies.
permanent and pensionable establish- 2. lay: The salary is at t
ment and the appointment carries with 2. Salary: The salary is at the
it liability to transfer to any post of f r o $
equivalent status in the Windward nnum. ent rate of exchange of the
The current rate of exchange of the
Islands. Windward Islands dollar is $4.80 to 1
2. Salary: The salary is in the sterling. Half salary of the appoint-
scale of $5,004 X $240-$6,444 per ment, including pay addition, will be
annum. The point of entry into the paid from date of embarkation or em-
scale will be determined according to the planing for Dominica, and full salary
candidate's qualification and experience, from the date of arrival in the Colony.
3. Qualifications Required: Degree 3. Allowaces: Travelling and sub-
of a recognized University, Diploma in sistence allowances are payable in ac-
Education desirable. cordance with local regulations in re-
4. Duties: Officer appointed will be spect of approved travel on duty.
required to supervise a school of about 4. Private Practice: Private prac-
300 boys; Knowledge of Games and all twice of a consultative nature only is
other extra-curricular activities associ- allowed.
ated with a Secondary School;
ated with a Secondary School; 5. Quarters: Quarters are available
He will be required to take part in out ad rtal be charged at the rate of
of school activities; and rental will be charged at the rate of
of school activities;of ary or 5% of the assessed
He will also be required to perform value of the quarters, whichever is less
any other duties which may be assigned subject to a maximum of $720 (150)
to him from time to time. ue
per annum.
5. Quarters: Quarters are not pro- 6. Leave: While leave is not a
vided. right, the officer will be eligible for
6. Leave: The Officer will be eli- vacation leave on full salary at the rate
gible for vacation leave at the rate of of one week for each completed period
45 days for each completed period of of 3 months' resident service such leave
12 months resident service, accumulat- to be taken on the satisfactory comple-
ing up to a maximum of 180 days. tion of the peroid of the officer's
7. Leave Passages: Leave passages engagement.
will be provided in accordance with 7. Passages: Free passages to Domi-
local General Orders. nica will be provided for the officer,
8. General Information: The offi- his wife and children, not exceeding
cer will be subject to the Colonial five persons in all, on first appointment.
Regulations, the Windward Islands (Children to be under 18 years of age,














SAINT VINCENT, TUISSDPAY, 7 FEBRUARY, 1961.-(No. 7.) 35


unmarried and- dependent on the ofi-
cer:) Leave passages will be granted in
accordance with local General Orders.
8. Medical AttendcW~ :. Free.medi-
cal attendance and medicines are not
provided.
9. Duties: The duties of the Senior
Medical Officer are- minly administra-
tion of the Medical Department with
special emphasis on public health work
and any other suitable duties, which the
Government may cal, upon, hij to per-
form. The Senior Medical Officer is a
member of the Central- Housing and-
Planning, Authority and a nominated
member of the Roseau Town Council.
10. General Information: Applica-
tions should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Administrator's Office,
Roseau, Dominica, West Indies, and
should reach him riot later than 30th
April, 1961.
7th February, 1961.


No. 48.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE- OF THE
WEST INDIES;

COURSE FOR THE CERTIFICATE IN
SocIAL WORK.


(d) Candidates over 23 who while
not possessing precisely tie
qualifications under. (a),.or (1i),
or (e), are judged' by the C61-
lege to be adequately qualified:
Governments and Social Work Agen-
cies will shortly be invited to nominate
men and women for this course. Indi-
vidual applications, particularly from
students grtadlatiig in Jurly, 1961; will
als be considered.
The tuition fee will'be 50.0.0 a year
anpd'the final' date of application will be
July 31, 1961. It is' estimated that the
charge- ler student (including fees but
exiliudlg travel to and frt6ti Jamaica)
will be $2,016 per ainnum.
A brochure giving filI.detoili of this
course and conditions of eiitr will be
published shortly.
7th February, 1961;

No. 49.
OFFE.OF. A FEDERAL, GERMAN
SCHOLARSHIP.

Federal Government have accepted
the ofer of a scholarship by the Federal
Republic of Germany to students of the
West Indies for the University Year
1961/62.
2. Subjects:


The scholarship may be granted to
PRELIMINARY -NTICE. students in any of the ordinary uni-
versity subjects.' It is tenable at any
The College is making plans to insti- University or Engineering- College or
tute a two-year course in Social Work Vocational College. or College for Arts
training leading to the Certificate in and Music in Western Germany and
Social Work. The first course will Western Berlin. Only in exceptional
begin in October, 1961. cases will it be tenable in Vocational or
The Course will train men and Engineering Schools, e.g. if there should
women for service in Social Welfare be no applicants qualifying for a
organizations and in those branches of scholarship at University level. Ad-
Social work undertaken .by 'Governments mission to University.or Colleges might
and Voluntary.agencies. It will consist be difficult for .students of engineering
of academic work-in the University and and natural sciences. Chemical Engin-
practidal. work under, supervision in eering is not taught at German
field agencies.. Further details of. the UIlesities.
syllabus will be. published as they 3. Requirements:
become available. Applicants should be between the ages
The Course is open to the following: of twenty and thirty and should have
(a) Graduates of any recognized already studied for at least two years
University. at. a recognized University or have
(b) Candidates whb have passed the passed a University examination: (e.g. a
Higher School Certificate exami- Bachelor's Degree). Educational quali-
nation ogher School ..E exaina- fiations must be proved, by means of
nation or the least C.two exaPrincipa- Certificates and recommendations of
tion in at least two Principal Professors. A working. kowlede of
or Advanced,Level .subj ts.. Professors. working knowledge of
(c) Candidates who,,have passed the erman is most desirable.
old London, Mqtriculation,or.the 4. Duration:
School Certificate with Credits The scholarshipwill be of twelve (12)
in. English, Mathematics, a months duration commencing on thel.1st
foreign, language and two October, 1961; and ending on' 30th.
other subjects or the Ordinary I September, 1962, or, at the choice of
Level G.C.E. in those subjects. the candidate, commencing on 1st


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36 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 FEBRUARY, 1961.-(No. 7.)


March, 1962, and ending 28th Febru-
ary, 1963. Candidates must state their
preference when applying. When the
twelve months period has expired, appli-
cation may be made for an extension
on submission to the 'Deutscher Akade-
mischer Austauschdienst' another appli-
cation accompanied by statements of
opinion of two of his professors.
5. Value:
The scholarship grant includes.
(a) a monthly payment of 350
marks (about 50), but for ap-
plicants who have already com-
pleted at least two years of
Scientific or professional activi-
ty after taking their final Uni-
versity degree (higher than a
Bachelor's degree), this monthly
payment may be increased to
500 marks (about 65).
(b) a non-recurring financial grant
of 200 marks-for non-recurring
expenses.
(c) exemption from payment of
registration and lecture fees.
Scholars must, however, bear
social expenses (sickness insur-
ance, etc.).
(d) fees for University examina-
tions will be refunded by the
Federal German Academic Ex-
change Service if the examina-
tion is taken during the period
of the scholarship and within
three (3) months after the ex-
piring of the scholarship.
(e) travelling expenses for the jour-
ney from port of departure to
place of studies in the Federal
Republic of Germany and re-
turn. The passage will be book-
ed by the Federal German
Academic Exchange Service
after the scholarship has been
finally awarded.
6. Special Conditions:
(a) There are no provisions for rela-
tives of the scholar, the scholar-
ship applies only to the scholar.
(b) during the Semesters of Study,
scholars are required to reside
at the place of their studies.
(c) the students General Sickness
Insurance is not usually suffi-
cient to meet the cost incurred
by sickness. Consequently,
scholars are required to enter,
at their expense, an additional
sickness insurance scheme
7. Submission of Applications:
Applications must be submitted in
triplicate on the prescribed forms,
which may be obtained from the Edu-
cation Department, and should reach
the Education Officer not later than 4th
March, 1961, for transmission to the


Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs,
Federal House not later than 15th
March, 1961. It will only be possible
to consider applicants who have com-
pleted these forms and submitted the
required documents.

By Command,

E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
7th February, 1961.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

SUPREME COURT NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that a sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands in its
CRIMINAL JURISDICTION will be held
at the Court House in Kingstown on
Wednesday, the 15th February, 1961 at
10.00 o'clock in the forenoon and con-
tinuing. All parties concerned, also such
persons as are bound over by recogniz-
ance to prosecute, answer charges, or
give evidence or summoned as Jurors or
witnesses are hereby commanded to give
their personal attention and attendance.

By Command,

H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
24th January, 1961.


SAINT VINCENT.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
THE LEEWARD ISLANDS.
A.D. 1959.


Suit No. 34
Between
GEORGE DELPESHE
and
ST. CLAIB PIEBE


Plaintiff

Defendant


Notice is hereby given that on Satur-
day, 11th March, 1961, between the
hours of 12 o'clock noon and 3.00 p.m.
there will be put up for sale at the
Court House in Kingstown the under-
mentioned property of the above named
defendant St. Clair Pierre levied upon














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 FEBRUARY, 1961.-(No. 7.) 37


by virtue of a writ of seizure and sale clearly understood, however, that the
issued in the abvoe suit: Income Tax Department is under no
One house with sidc, boarded and the obligation to send a return form to any-
one and that a person is not exonerated
roof covered with galvanised iron, from the statutory liability of making
situated at Camden Park.
a return even though a form may not
Dated this 4th day of February, 1961. nwhave ti ri',eeiv"d from the Depart-
H. M. SQTUTRES. ment. Forms may be obtained, on ap-
M. SQuIJiRi. plication, at the Revenue Offices at
Registrar Supreme Court. Geor'qetown, Barronallie, Bequia and
-Union Island, or in any other district
from the Police Stalion situate therein
NOTICE. or from the Income Tax Department,
Kingstown, where any person requiring
The attention of the Pub'ic is invite:' information in connection therewith is
to Section 12 of the St. Vincent Savings invited to enquire.
Bank Rules made on 1st April, 1933 which 4. The form correctly completed,
reads as follows:-should be accompanied by all necessary
"12. Every depositor shall once in each supporting statements. Specimens of
year, in the month of February, forward the forms of account required from
his pass bokl to the Manager for exam- small traders and from occupiers or
nation and comparison with the books cultivators of land will be supplied on
of the Office, and for the entry of any I re
interest due to the 31st December request.
previous. If any depositor fails to send A. J. DaSILVA,
in his pass book as herein directed the Inland Revenue Officer.
Colonial Treasurer may without further Inland Revenue Office,
formality forthwith direct that except Kingstown,
the withdrawal of the whole amount 29th December, 1960.
no further transactions shall be allowed


in respect of the account."
Every depositor who has so far not
forwarded his pass book to the Treasury
is requested to do so as soon as possible.


MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Accountant General.
1st January, 1961.


INCOME TAX NOTICE.
TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.


ST. VINCENT POLICE FORCE.

JOIN THE ST. VINCENT POLICE FORCE.

What has the Force to offer?
To suitable men of good physique,
education and unblemished character?
It offers a career which will provide a
permanent occupation of variety and
interest.
You have an opportunity to travel to
Iarhados for your training Course.


Every erson concerned, not being a Yon take part in well organised sports
Every person concerned, not being a and games.
Government Officer, is hereby reminded
that the latest date for the submission Qualifications for Appointimernt:-
of Income Tax Returns for assessment Age 19 to 30{ ears
in the year 1961 is the 31st March, and Height -- At least 5' 8"
that failure to give notice of charge- Chest At least 84" (de-
ability is an offence against the Income flated)
Tax Ordinance, rendering the person Eye Sight --- Good
concerned liable to a fine not exceeding Teelh -- Good
SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY Health Gonl
DOLLARS. Educational -- Must have attained
2. EVERY PERSON whose income at least the Pri-
accruing in, derived from the Colony mary S cli' o 1
or elsewhere and whether received in Leaving Certifi-
the Colony or not for the preceding cate.
year, exceeded the statutory limit of Applicants must be recommended by
$480.00 is required to submit a return at least two prominent and respectable
in the prescribed form notwithstanding citizens.
that on account of approved deductions Secondary education is an asset, also
no tax may eventually be chargeable, previous service in any of H.M. Forces.
and particular attention is directed to Salary commences at $806.40 p.a.
the fact that the term "income" is A Salaries Commission was recently
deemed to include not only money but appointed to revise the Salaries of Civil
also allowances in kind. Servants, Police etc., and if the report
3. Efforts are being made to send is accepted the commencing Salary for
forms to such persons. It is to be a Constable will be $1,080.00 p.a.


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38 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 7 FEBRUARY, 1961.-(No. 7.)


The following allowances are paid if
you qualify for them.


1. House
2. Good Conduct
3. Laundry
4. C.I.D.
If you are desirous of enlisting in the
St. Vincent Police Force, call in at Police
Headquarters Office EARLY for an
enlistment form and bring along your
Birth Certificate and two Testimonials.
Applications should reach the Office
of the Chief of Police not later than
llth February, 1961.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
17th January, 1961.


NOTICE.


It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that the Amateur Radio
Station "Radio St. Vincent" which
operates on a frequency of 3,305 Kilo-
cycles or a wavelength of 90.74 meters
will cease operation as from Sunday
12th February, 1961.
As from the above date programmes
from the Public Relations Office former-
ly heard over Radio St. Vincent will
be broadcast over the W.I.B.S. Sub-
Station, Kingstown every evening be-
tween 6.30 p.m. and 6.45 p.m.

G. F. JACK,
Public Relations Officer.

7th February, 1961.


PRTNTFD BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[Price 30 cts.]











SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES, AND

1961, No. 2.


(Gazetted 7th February, 1961).


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.


A PROCLAMATION.


[L.S.1


A. F. GILES,
Administrator.


WHEREAS by section 7 of the Bank Holidays Ordinance, Cap. 161, it is enacted
that it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council from time to time, by Procla-
mation in the Gazette, to appoint a special day to be observed as a Bank Holiday
throughout the Colony:

Now THEREFORE I do, with the advice of the Executive Council, and pursuant
to the authority in me vested by the said Ordinance, hereby appoint Tuesday, the
14th day of February, 1961, to be observed as a Bank Holiday throughout the
Colony.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Island of Saint Vincent at
the Government Office in the said Island this Second day of February
in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Sixty-one
and in the Ninth Year of the Reign of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH
THE SECOND.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.

/ 1961. [Price 4

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