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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Language: English
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Publication Date: April 25, 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


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


published b| uthoritn.


VOL. 94.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 APRIL, 1961. [No. 22.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 113.


APPOINTMENTS.


Cotton Close Season 1961.

Under the provision of Section 8 (1) of the Cotton Protection. Ordinance,
Cap. 37, the underinentioned persons have bpen appointed Inspectors .for the
purpose of the Close Season Regulations:-


LESTER COLLINS
W. WILLIAMS
J. A. DEFREITAS
J. C. DUBLIN
H. V. D. SHORTTE
L. C. THOMAS
W. MARKS
L. GONSALVES
JAMES CREESE
F. ASHTON
E. PAUL
0. J. OLLIVIERRE
J. BABB
H. MORRIS
E. G. LEWIS
M. NASH
W. A. HANNAWAY
C. ADAMS
M. MORRIS
C. MATTHEWS
K. JEFFREY
K. BONADIE
T. HARREY
A. E. LAWRENCE
M. PROVIDENCE
0. F. GOULD


Georgetown
Senior Agricultural Instructor
Agricultural Instructor -
Agricultural Instructor
Agricultural Assistant
Junior Agricultural Instructor
Junior Agricultural Instructor
Junior Agricultural Instructor
Diamond
Junior Agricultural Instructor
Mesopotamia
Agricultural Assistant
Kingstown
Junior Agricultural Instructor
Junior Agrir.ultural n.Structor.
Agricultural Assistant
Layou
Barrouallip
Senior Agricultural Instructor
Agricultural Instructor
Spring Village
Senior Agricultural Instructor
Troumaca
Senior Agricultural Instructor,.
Troumaca
Agricultural Instructbr















138 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 APRIL, 1961.-(No. 94.)


RALPH LESLIE
CLIVE CHARLES
D. McTAmR
T. HUTCINsoON
L. BROWNE
E. G. HoRNE
C. A. STEPHENS
18th April, 1961.


..... Bequia
...... Canouan
...... Union Island
...... Union Island
...... Union Island
...... Plant Protection Officer
...... Assistant Plant Protection Officer


No. 119. jNo. 124.
CONFIRMATION. i COMMONWEALTH YOUTH
SUNDAY.
With reference to Gazette Notice __
No. 148 of 26th April, 1960, the following
persons have been confirmed as Junior It is notified for general information
Agricultural Instructors, Department of Lnau Conunonwealth Youth Sunday will
Agriculture, with effect from 16th April, De observed on May 14th.
1961:;- Church Services this year, at which
Mr. NOEL KIRTON, Her iiajesty's Message will be read, will
Mr.. LORENZO GONSALVES. be held at 3.30 p.m.
SThere will be a March Past of Gram-
25th April, 1961. mar School Cadets, Boy Scouts, Girl
(P.FS. 1003 & 1045) Guides and the Junior Red Cross imme-
diately aiLer the services and His Hon-
No. 120. ur Li1c Administrator will take the
.alue . front of the Methodist Church.


VACATION LEAVE.

Mr. S. B. Cox.Labour Inspector, Labour
Department; has: been granted 372 days'
vacation leave with effect from 17th
April, 1961, to be-followed by study Icave
urp *o a mrr?.!minu period of 13 months.
25th Apri,. 19g1..
(P.F. 300.)

No. 121.
ACTING APPOINTMENT

Consequent-upon the grant of 3;72 d:-.;,
vacation: leave to Mr. S. 3. Cox.- L.labour
inspector, Mr. R. I. CAMUEL, Assistant
Secretary, and Social .:iilare Officer,
Central, Housing, and Planning Authority,
has been appointed to act as Labour In-
spector Labour, Department, with effei'.
from 17th April, 1981 and until furipber
notice. -
25th Apri, 1961.
( P.Y .9.

No. 122.
VACATION LEAVE PRIOR [FO
RESIGNATION.

;i11. LEROY BONADIE, Class II Clerk,
Trcasur.. Department, has been granted
62 days vacation leave with effect from
15th .April; 1961, 'prior to resignation
from the; Service.'
25th April, 1961.
(P. F. 952.:)

No. 123.
BANK HOLIDAY.

Under the' Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday, the Ist'May, 1961 (Labour Day),
being, a Bank-Holiday all Public Offices
will be. closed.on that day.
25th April. 1961.


zoth April, 1961.

No. 125.
RECRUITMENT OF OFFICERS FOR
NEW FEDERAL SHIPS.

ljjj; ici-uios ar;t invited from suitably
q,.aiichd parsons for appointment as
deck. and engineer officers to serve on
,.he tv. o n ships which are being pro-
:'.c:;i i'r ile :',est Indies by the Govern-
m.AiL of Canada.
~ .i_' culars of thl various positions
and uhe qualifications required are as
follows:-
1'crsfer.
lMas: r's Foreiin-going Certificate
v.ith at least 2 years in command, pre-
ferably in passenger carrying vessels
-$10,800.00.
C;i ;ef Engineer.
First Class Ministry of Transport or
equivalent Certificate with motor en-
dorsement--$9,600.00.
Second Engineer.
a' With last Class Ministry of
Transport Foreign-going Diesel Certi-
ficat2 or equi-dlent--$7,200.00.
SV.'ith intercolonial 1st Class
UI Dtal CurtifL 'ate or 2nd Class MOT
Diesel Certificate- $5,760.00.
Consideration nay be given to un-
qualified candidates with satisfactory
proof of competence and experience in
an equivalent position at a salary
based on experience.
SThird Engineer.
With Intercolonial 2nd Class Diesel
Certificate with motor endorsement--
$4,200.00.
Fourth Engineer.
Uncertified-$3,120.00.
Second Officer.
With Intercolonial First Mate's Ticket
---4,200.00.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 APRIL, 1961.-(No. 94.) 13


Third Oficer.
Preferably with Intercolonial Sec-
ond Mate's Ticket as well-$3,600.00.
Chief Steward.
Previous experience in passenger ves-
sels for at least three years. Preferably
with cook's qualifications-$4,800.00.
Electrician.
Licensed with three years' service
at sea-$4,200.00
Writer.
With at least three years' sea expe-
rience-$2,400.00.
In the recruitment of officers, prefer-
ence will be given to suitable West Indian
candidates in possession of the required
qualifications and experience.
3. The ships for which crews are be-
ing recruited are each of 1,500 tons, with
accommodation for 50 cabin and 200
deck passengers, and a cargo capacity of
some, 80,000 cubic feet and will be en-
gaged in maintaining a regular service
between the various Territories of the
Federation. It is expected that they will
be completed around the middle of 1961.
4. Applicants should furnish particu-
lars of their age, qualifications and ex-
perience, with details of certificate of
competency held and the authority by
whom issued, copies of two recent testi-
monials, and names of two referees. Ap-
plications for these appointments should
be addressed to the Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Communications and Works,
Federal House, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad,
to reach him not later than the 30th
April, except that in the case of Master
and Chief Engineer, applications should
be submitted before the 15th April.
25th April, 1961.

No. 126.
APPLICATIONS TO SIT THE EXAVM-
INATIONS OF THE ASSOCIATION
OF CERTIFIED CORPORATE
ACCOUNTANTS


(i) He must hold one of the ex-
emption certificates specified
in the Association's syllabus
and otherwise conform to the
requirements of the Associa-
tion's regulations except in
the respects indicated here-
under.
(ii) He will be required to satisfy
the Association that at the
time of making the applica-
tion for exemption from the
Preliminary examination he is
employed in work of an ac-
countancy nature, but the
Association must be satisfied,
through the medium of the
Director of Colonial Scholars,
that after passing the pro-
fessional examination work of
an accountancy nature i% avail-
able to him and that he will
take up such work.
Applications for exemption under this
section must not be made to the Associ-
ation direct but. through the Education
Officer for transmission to the Director
of Colonial Scholars before the appli-
cant leaves his territory and he must
await the Association's decision before
proceeding to the United Kingdom.
The granting or refusal of such ap-
plications is a matter for the absolute
discretion of the Council of the Associa-
tion. Where exemption is in fact grant-
ed it will not become effective until the
student has .reached the United King-
dom and has commenced his studies at
an approved college .or institution.
The principal con cessioi under the
above arrangements is that intending
students -who have "been granted Schol-
arships may seek 'xeimptidh from the
Preliminary ExamTifinatibin, ''" 'and sub-
sequently registration as students -
.although not engaged in approved ac-
countancy employment.


The Association of Certified and Cor- B. Permission to sit the Intermediate
porate Accountants has long been aware and Final Examinations.
of the difficulties experienced by Colo-
nial Students in obtaining service under A Colonial Student, whether a Schol-
articles or employment of an account- arship holder 'under, A above or not,
ancy nature in the United Kingdom to may be permitted to 'sit the Intermediate
qualify them to sit for the Association's and Final Examinations whilst under-
examinations. In an endeavour to assist going a full timn course of' instruction
in this matter the Association has agreed at an approved tutorial institution in
to the following modifications to the the United Kingdom provided that:-
existing regulations. (a) he is a Registered Student of
the Association....
A. Exemption from the Preliminary (b) the College which &e is attend-
Examination. I t C hi e i ae
Examination. ing or will attend Tor full time
A Colonial Student who has been studies has been approved by
awarded a scholarship by his Govern- the Association and the Direc-
ment, to enable him to study for an tor of Colonial Scholars for
accountancy qualification in the United such purpose.
Kingdom may apply for exemption from (o) he. is recommended by the
the Preliminary Examination, subject Director ,of .Cioonial Scholars
to the following conditions. to the Association.












140 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 APRIL, 1961.-(No. 94.)

The approval of application to sit the ment of an approved accountancy nature
above examinations will, in all cases, be throughout their studentship and other-
within the absolute discretion of the wise to conform to the general require-
Council of the Association. ments of the Association as laid down in
It must be understood that the pas- the examination regulations. This is so
sing of the examinations alone will not whether they are sitting the examina-
entitle a candidate to Membership of the tions in the United Kingdom or else-
Association and his period of full time where.
study will not be taken into account 5. The exemption from the Prelim-
in computing the period of approved inary examination granted under See-
accountancy experience required to sup- tion A will automatically lapse should
port an application for Associate Mem- the student leave the United Kingdom
bership after the student has completed or cease to be a scholarship holder be-
the Examination. A student who has fore he has completed the Intermediate
successfully completed the examinations and Final examinations.
will, however, be eligible for the status The Association will, however, be
of "Registered Graduate" of the Asso- prepared in appropriate cases to con-
ciation until such time as he has ac- slider allowing the student to retain his
quired the necessary period of approved exemption from the Preliminary exam-
accountancy experience. nation and credit for the Intermediate
2. It shQuld be noted that Section A examination, if he has passed it, and
above refers only to persons who are such sections of the Final examination
awarded scholarships by the Govern- as he has already passed, provided that
meant of the territory from which they within three months of such a student's
come. The concession will however be return to the territory from which he
regarded as applying to persons who came he enters suitable employment of
have been granted paid study leave by an accountancy nature.
their Governments on appropriate study 6. The final decision in such cases
allowances and the Association will be will rest in the absolute control of the
prepared to consider applications under Council of the Association, but for gen-
Section A where the body awarding the eral guidance it may be said that no
Scholarship while being a Public Body student who has his scholarship with-
is not the Government of a Colonial drawn for any reason whatsoever, or
territory. The Association will also be resigns his scholarship, or when in-
prepared to consider, where appropri- structed to do so by the Director of Colo-
ate, cases in which a scholarship student nial Scholars refuses to accept the first
(as so defined above) goes to the United available passage to the territory from
Kingdom for some other form of study which he came, or who fails to pass the
and subsequently, with his Govern- Intermediate examination within two
ment's approval, wishes to study for the years of the commencement of full time
examinations of the Association, even studies in this country, will be allowed
though he may not, in these circum- to retain the exemption from the Pre-
stances, have obtained exemption from liminary examination granted under
the Preliminary Examination before this scheme. Students who complete
arriving in the United Kingdom, in the the Intermediate examination but fail
matter specified in Section A. within the period of their scholarship
3. All Colonial Students, other than to complete the Final examination will
those mentioned in Section A, who wish in general be allowed to retain the ex-
to sit the examinations of the Associa- emption granted and credit for such
tion in this country may seek exemption examinations already passed, provided
from the Preliminary Examination on that proof is forwarded to the Associa-
the same conditions as are specified in tion through the Director of Colonial
Section A above, except that at the time Scholars that they have within three
of making their application they must months of their return to the territory
subsequently seek through the Director from which they came, enter employ-
of Colonial Scholars permission to sit ment of an approved accountancy
for the Intermediate and Final examinra- nature.
tions whilst undergoing full time studies 7. It will be appreciated that the
at an approved educational institution concessions granted are very real and
in the United Kingdom. It cannot be are of the utmost value to intending
too strongly emphasized that exemption I accountancy students from Colonial
will not be given to students arriving in territories. It should be clear from the
the United Kingdom who rely on past foregoing that no student intending to
accountancy experience or who cannot take advantage of these concessions
satisfy condition (iii) under Section A. should leave for the United Kingdom
4. Students who are not undergoing until all arrangements have been com-
full time tuition in the United King- pleted and he is informed that he may
dom will be required to be in employ- leave for the United Kingdom. Arrival













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 APRIL, 1961.-(No. 94.) 141


before such permission is given may
mean that the student will lose the
benefit of the conc-essions.
8. Private students intending to take
advantage of section B must clearly
understand that application for exemp-
tion from the Preliminary examination
must be applied for and granted while
they are still in employment of an
approved accountancy nature and that
after such exemption has been granted
they must subsequently seek, through
the Director of Colonial Scholars, per-
mission to sit for the examinations
whilst undergoing full time studies in
this country. Any intending student
who arrives in England before both
these requirements have been completed
is likely to lose the benefit of the con-
cessions. Intending students should in
no circumstances make direct applica-
tions to Colleges for admission.
9. Students, whether scholarship
holders or private students, who intend
to sit for the Intermediate and Final
examinations will need from three to
three and a half years to complete their
studies.
10. It should be emphasized that the
Association will in the case of applica-
tions under section A pay particular
attention to the proposed future employ-
ment of the applicant and to the possi
abilities of adequate supervision by a
qualified accountant. This will be par-
ticularly so in those eases where the
scholarship awarding body is a Public
Body but not the Central Government
of a territory.
11. Private students should submit
applications through the Education Offi-
cer to the Ministry for Social Services
for transmission to the Secretary foi
Student Affairs and the following ilfor-
mation should be provided in all cases:-
(a) Evidence of the candidate's
exemption from the Prelimin-
ary Examination if this has
already been obtained.
(b) A statement to the effect that
your Ministry of Education is
prepared to support an appli-
cation to the Association for
permission to sit for the In-
termediate and Final Exam-
inations whilst the candidate
is undergoing a full-time
course of study in the United
Kingdom.
(c) Details of the employment of
the candidate up to the pres-
ent date, supported by an
original testimonial from his
employers.
(d) Details of the proposed future
employment of the candidate
when he or she has returned
to the home territory.
25th April, 1961.


No. 128.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Central Housing and Planning
Authority "Cane Hall Housing Scheme"
is published with this issue of the
Gazette.
By Command,
E. A. BRATIIWA1TE,
Chief Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
25.h April, 1961.

DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

POLICE NOTICES.

Drivers of Motor Vehicles will con-
form to a system of One-Way Traffic
along Sally Spring Road.
Vehicles will enter the Sally Spring
Road by wray of New Road proceeding
in a Southerlyv direction towards
Frenches.
Buses and trucks are strictly prohib-
ited.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
18th April, 1961.
DRIVING PERMITS.

A large number of holders of Driving
Permits have failed to have these per-
mits renewed. It is notified for general
information that it is a breach of the
Motor Vehicle Ordinance for any person
to drive a Motor Vehicle without a valid
driving permit.
2. Persons found offending will be
prosecuted.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Kingstown,
8th April, 1961.

CUSTOMS NOTICE.

It is hereby notified that under Sec-
tion 34 Cap 204 R. O. an unclaimed
wreck, one open row-boat as described
below, will be sold by Public Auction
at H. M. Customs on Wednesday, 3rd
May, 1961, at 10 o'clock a.m.
Description.
Build ...... Bow & Stern
Colour ...... White
Marks ...... Nil
Dimensions ...... 12' x 4' x 2'
J. H. D. COX,
Chief Receiver of Wrecks.
H.M. Customs,
St. Vincent.
11th April, 1961.


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