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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


S ublishdl b gDuthoritg.


VOL. 94.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JULY, 1961. [No. 37.
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GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.


No. 229.


It is noticed for general information that there will be a Meeting of the
Legislative Council, at the Council Chamber, Kingstown, on Thursday, 20th
July, 1961 at 10.00 a.m.
ATe Order of this meeting is published with this issue of the Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the General Public.
18th July, 1961.
(L.C. 1).

No. 230.
HURRICANE NOTICES.
It is hereby notified for general information that in the event of a hurricane
threatening or approaching the Island, the following warnings will be given:-
CAUTIONARY TAKE COVER


(1) A red flag with a black rec-
tangular centre will be flown
on Police Headquarters.

(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
(3) Three saluting guns will be
fired.
(1) A red flag with a black rec-
tangular centre will be flown
from Police Stations.
(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
L.


(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres one
above the other will be
flown on Police Headquar-
ters.
(2) Church Bells will ring for
5 minutes.
(3) The Siren will blow for 5
minutes.
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres will be
flown from Police Stations.
(2) Church Bells will ring for
5. minutes.


KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS




18th July, 1961


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216 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JULY, 1961.-(No. 37).


No. 231.
LAND ARRANGEMENTS.
I.-ANNUAL.
Non-Commissioned Officers in charge
of Police Stations throughout the
parishes outside of Kingstown are Hur-
ricane Relief Officers. They are to b2
in constant touch with the District
Committees and must render them
useful service in hurricane condi-
tions. They are to keep a list of local
Justices of the Peace and of persons
who may suitably be enrolled as Special
Constables should the necessity arise.

II.-HURRICANE WARNINGS.
The Cable and Wireless Company Ltd.
gives priority to hurricane warnings, and
communicates them at once to the Ad-
ministrator and to the Secretary, Central
Hurricane Committee who will then
notify the Financial Secretary and the
Chief of Police.
On receipt of such a warning the
Secretary, Central Hurricane also in-
forms all other Heads of Departments,
and the Chief of Police immediately re-
lays such warning to Non-Commissioned
Officers in charge of Police Stations.
From the time a hurricane warning
is received, the Hurricane Relief Com-
mittees are to take charge generally of
the Districts. They will at once get in
touch with the Police in their Districts
and the officers mentioned in the follow-
ing paragraphs; they are to be ready to
organise relief work with the Medical
Department, to disseminate all informa-
tion; to make arrangements for food sup-
plies; to make arrangements for centres
for first aid for the injured, for housing
and feeding the poor and for transport.

III.-AcTION TO BE TAKEN AFTER WARNING
ISSUED.
The Chief of Police will warn all Non-
Commissioned Officers in charge of Police
Stations. and they in turn warn inhabi-
tants, ships in the harbour &c.
All Departments will batten down and
secure loose stores.
The Superintendent of Public Works
will get in touch with Road Overseers


and they and the drivers and gangs will
be on the alert.
The Assistant Superintendent of Tele-
phones will get in touch with all lines-
men, and arrange with all Exchanges
for the dissemination of warnings.

IV.-AFTER THE HURRICANE.
After the hurricane is over, the Re-
lief Committees will decide on what
buildings can be used as first aid sta-
tions and for housing and feeding the
destitute.
Relief Committees will arrange in con-
junction with District Medical Officers
for transport of injured to first aid sta-
tions.
Relief Committees will arrange to
shelter the homeless and for their feed-
ing.
Relief Committees will issue food (if
they have taken charge of local supplies),
to first aid stations on demand by Dis-
trict Medical Officers.

V.-ACTION IN KINoSTOWN.
In Kingstown all action, as indicated
above, will be carried on by the
Kingstown District Committee save that
the Financial Secretary, the Superinten-
dent of Agriculture and the Labour Com-
missioner will be in charge of food sup-
plies, and the Chief of Police will be in
charge of the collection and protection
of the homeless.

VI.-ST. VINCNT. GRENADINES.
The District Officer, St. Vincent Gren-
adines and/or the individual Relief
Committees will take any necessary
action in the islands in hurricane con-
ditions.

VII.-R-ruaNs.
The Financial Secretary, the Senior
Medical Officer, the Chief of Police
and the Superintendent of Public
Works will render a return annually to
the Administrator on the 1st July to the
effect that their preparations with regard
to hurricane arrangements are up to date
and in order.
18th July, 1961.


No. 232.
CENTRAL HURRICANE COMMITTEE.

It is notified for general information that the Central Hurricane Committee
is composed of:-
His Honour the Administrator, Chairman,
The Honourable Chief Minister, Deputy Chairman,
The Minister for Communications and Works,
Ven. Archdeacon R. S. Maxwell, M.A., B.Sc.,
The Very Rev. Father M. Leo Curtin, S.F.M,
Methodist Minister in Charge of the Kingstown Circuit,
B. R. Neehall, Esq.,.
A. G. Hazell, Esq.,
The Education Officer, .
The Chairman of the Kingstown Town Board, '














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JULY, 1961.-(No. 37). 217


The Senior Medical Officer,
The Superintendent of Agriculture,
The Chief of Police,
The Superintendent of Works,
The Public Relations Officer,
Representative of C.D.C.,
Honourable A. C. Hadley, Director British Red Cross Society, St. Vincent
Branch,
Secretary: O. S. Barrow, Esq., Government Office.
18th July, 1961.
(421.)

No. 233.
The District Hurricane Committees for 1961 are as follows:

CHATEAUBELAIR.
CHATEAUBELAIR DISTRICT embrac- Alpnonso Dennie, Esq., Chairman,
ing Petit Bordel, Sharpes and Fitz fL,. PattersonDeane,
Hughes. -.Iss Florence James,
Jamies, Gorden, Esq.,
Miss A'ethia Daisey,
Charles Patterson, Esq.
TROUMACA.
TROUMACA DISTRICT embracing Timothy Providence, Esq., Chairman,
Troumaca, Westwood, Rose Hall and M~'.,ord Providence, Esq.,
Rose Bank. Rupert Basecombe, Esq.,
Edmund Richards, Esq.,
Mrs. Enid Walker,
Theophilus Harry, Esq.
BARROUALLIE.
BARROUALLIE DISTRICT embracing Reginald Ash, Esq., Chairman,
Barrouallie, Spring Village, Cumber- The Revenue Officer,
land, Wallilabou, Peters Hope, and Wills Gould, Esq.,
Mt. Wynne. Conrad Francis, Esq.,
Cleophas Blugh, Esq.,
Miss Effle Findlay.
LAYOU.


LAYOU DISTRICT embracing Layou,
Ruthland Vale, Vermont, Francois,
Clare Valley, Debois, Chauncey, Ques-
telles, Camden Park.


Donald Cambridge, Esq., Chairman,
Leon Mason, Esq.,
Algernon Douglas, Esq.,
George Walker, Esq.,
Erie Douglas, Esq.,
Mrs. Lilian Maxwell.


KINGSTOWN.
KINGSTOWN DISTRICT embracing G. A. M. Allen, Esq., Chairman,
Kingstown, Lowmans, Montrose, Edin- R. Marksman, Esq.,
boro, Boiswood, Sion Hill, Cane Gar- C. L. Martin, Esq.,
den, Dorsetshire Hill, Amos Vale, S. F. Peters, Esq.,
Belair, Gomea, Dauphine. B. A. DeShong, Esq.,
I. Shoy, Esq.,
H. K. Tannis, Esq.,
U. O. Bonadie, Esq.,
E. W. Reddock, Esq.
CALLIAQUA.


CALLIAQUA DISTRICT embracing Cal-
liaqua, Villa, Ratho Mill, Prospect and
Brighton.


Eric Alexander, Esq., Chairman,
Albert Plato, Esq.,
Miss Peggy Gibson,
Beresford Haynes, Esq.,
G. P. Dougan, Esq.,
R. A. Clouden, Esq.


STUBBS.


STUBBS DISTRICT embracing Stubbs,
Diamond, Rivulet, Glamorgan, Victo-
ria Village, Calder, Argyle, Belmont,
Fairburn Pasture, Enhams.


W. A. Falby, Esq., Chairman,
W. Alexander, Esq.,
Daniel, John, Esq.,
C. Joslyn, Esq.,
V. Theobalds, Esq.,
Rev. K. G. Swanston,
H. E. A. Daisley, Jr., Esq.













218 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JULY, 1961.-(No. 37.).


MESOPOTAMIA.


MESOPOTAMIA DISTRICT embracing
Mesopotamia, Richland Park, Hope-
well, Evesham, Evesham Vale, Car-
riere.


Alonzo Drayton, Esq., Chairman,
Vincent Janes, Ezq.,
Mrs. Gwendolyn Collymore,
George Bailey, Esq.,
Hon. L. C. Latham, Esq.,
Henry Miguel, Esq.


LOWMANS/BIABOU.


LOWMANS/BIABOU DISTRICT em-
bracing Biabou, Bridgetown, Lowmans
(Windward), Lauders, Union, Cedars,
Diamonds, New Adelphi, Greggs.


A. Louis Mandeville, Esq., Chairman,
Offord Morris, Esq.,
Malcolm Johnny, Esq.,
Roy Johnson, Esq.,
Irvin Robertson, Esq.,
Joseph Timms, Esq.,
Esau Ballah, Esq.


COLONARIE.


COLONARIE DISTRICT embracing Co-
lonarie, San Souci, Park Hill, South
Rivers, Mt. William, Gorse, Byera, etc.


Bc'.l Balc mbe, Esq., Chairman,
Rev. Fr. Leon Doyle,
C. Stephens, Esq.,
R. Gonsalves, Esq.,
Miss Victoria Beach,
Mrs. Inez Dasent.


GEORGETOWN.


GEORGETOWN DISTRICT (from Dry
River going North to Fancy).


Major F. M. C. Hobson, Chairman,
Gaorge Stephens, Esq., Deputy Chair-
man,
Anglican Clergyman i/e,
Mrs. A. Beach.


GEORGETOWN.
GEORGETOWN DISTRICT (from Dry Brinsley Browne, Esq., Chairman,
River going South to Byera) Ezekiel Marksman, Esq.,
Francis Plaisir, Esq.,
Kenneth Pierre, Esq.,
The Revenue Officer,
S- Rev. M. A. E. Thomas.

UNION ISLAND.


UNION ISLAND.


BEQUIA.


CANOUAN.


MAYREAU


MYSTIQUE.


The District Officer, Southern Grena-
dines,
The Revenue Officer, Union Island,
Lisle Browne, Esq., J.P.

BEQUIA.
Sydney McIntosh, Esq., Chairman,
The Revenue Officer, Bequia,
Cyprian John, Esq.,
Claude Peters, Esq.,
Dawson, Wallace, Esq.,
Cyril Mitchell, Esq.

CANOUAN.
SUvanus Burke, Esq., Chairman,
The Agricultural Officer,
Mrs. Theresa Antrobus,
Thornhill Sandy, Esq.

MAYREAU.
The Proprietor of Mayreau (or his
agent),
The Headteacher, Mayreau.

MUSTIQUE.
The Proprietor cf Mustique (or his
agent),
The Headteacher, Mustique.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JULY, 1961.-(No. 37). .... 219


The following is a summary of 'the
instructions issued to the Committees.
1. In the event of a hurricane strik-
ing this Island the Chairman' of each
District Committee will act at once with-
out fuiLliui. uiuL..s or ilnsLdiucLion caid
inaugurate such immediate relief work
as he considers the exigencies of the
situation demand, inclusive or a tempor-
ary hospital and first aid stations. He
will i"..c.i.aj .... ........ -.. .......


Medical Officer for the transportation of
the injured to first-aid stations; trans-
Iferring the seriously wounded tdo"Kihgs-
town for hospitalisation; detention of
the slightly wounded at first-aid stations
in the rliftri-"- FSthhli'hment of central
kitchens to cope with immediate de-
mands for relief food: rationing and
Ucalohuinll ug mu.lua, ludsatlle d prlsoi
clothing cf distressed persons.
U. SLLuld bLi1 iU aud. Ue ulUChl W.u


collect the following information ana that communication with the District
submit to head quarters as early as pos- Chairman is not possible each member
sible:- of the Committee will act on his own
(a) Number of persons killed, initiative and organise relief parties to
seriously wounded. clear the roads and tive first aid until
slightly wounded, requir- such time as he can communicate with
ing medical .ttpntinn. the Chir..-n
(b) ,, of persons destitute. In this event each member of a Corn-
(c) ,, of houses totally des- mittee will send a written statement to
troyed. the Central Committee as required in
partially destroyed and 1 (a) to (g), transmitting a copy as soon
unfit for habitation. as possible to the Chairman of his dis-
(d) What food is required immediately. trict committee.
(e) What clothes are required imme- Th _f ,,ty cf Committee is

(f) What medical stores are required o see that roads are cleared at once
immediately. so that communication can be estab-
immediately. lished
(g) Condition of Roads. wished.
2. The District Committees will ar- 18th July, 1961.
range, in consultation with the District (421.)


No. 234.
The following
hurricane season:
KINGSTOWN:
















CHATEAUBELAIR:



TROUMACA:

EIARROUALLIE:





LAYOU:


list of traders hold essential foodstuffs etc. during the

.... Corea & Co. Ltd.
J. H. Hazn!! Scns & Co. Ltd.
United Traders Ltd.
Baynes Bros.
Nanton Layne & Cc.
P. H. Veira & Co.
Amy Providence
C. K. Greaves
G. W. Frank & Sons
Dolo Clarke
W. J. Abbott
George Forde
J. S. Veira
G. A. Veira & Sons
Fitzroy Roberts & Sons
Edmund Webb
Peter DaSilva
Olive Morgan
J. A. Tucker
Louis Gellizeau
Catherine Burke
..... Enid Walker
George Sayers
.... Selwyn Connell
Melville Hamlet
Nathaniel Blugh
Wilmouth Oliver
Lennard Joachim
Reginald Ash
..... Cyril Velox
George Durham
Nathaniel Durham
Edward Fraser
Beryl Hadaway
Owen Walker












20 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JULY, 1961.-(No. 37).


VERMONT:


QUESTELLES:


LOWMANS HILL:

CALLIAQUA:


BRIGHTON & BELVEDERE:

GOMEA:

MESOPOTAMIA:




BIABOU:.







RICHLAND PARK:



IIUPEWELL:

COLONARIE:



'.'ER A HILL:



GEORGETOWN:




SANDY BAY:


BEQUIA:
Port Elizabeth


Homilton

Okar

Low Bay

Paget Farm

.Gellizea


...... Lennie Slater
Austin Mattis
Erry Mattis
Una Finch
T. Collins
Jack Brs.
Esau Williams
Fitz Williams
..... Rupert Venner
R. A. Gibson
Simeon Cumberbatch
John Dougan
Hubert Tony
...... Wilbert Phillips
Alby Payne
.... Ephraim Adams
Aflick Haynes
..... Gerald Miguel
Benedict DaSilva
Amos Bacchus
Velma Browne
Hubert DaSilva
..... Gerald Shortte
Samuel James
Bill Williams
George Goodluck
Cyril Hull
Gracel Minors
Dalton Garrick
Gerome Shearman
... J. Bacchus
D. Bacchus
Gladys Bacchus
Francis DaSilva
..... Benedict DaSilva
Albert Carr
...... Alban Gonsalves
Ridley Ryan
Vida McDowall
Alban Pereira
- St. Clair Boyea
Adolphus Showe
Leonora Home
Elijah James
-... Owen Lewis
Mt. Bentinck Shop
Percy Stephens
Henry Coombs
Percy Phillips
...... Ernest Nanton
William Sutherland
Augustus Hoyte

...... Clive Tannis
Cyril McIntosh
..... Edric Harris
George Duncan
...... Revena Phillips
Noah Osborne
..... Leon Ollivierre
Guilford Stowe
Stephen Derrick
Leopold Stowe
...... Conrad Hazell











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JULY, 1961.-(No. 37).


CANOUAN:


SGabriel Mitehell
Rebecca Telemacque
Albert Lewis
Simon Pompey
Mercedes De Roache


UNION ISLAND:
Ashton



Clifton
18th July, 1961.


Vernal Hutchinson
Ezekiel Jones
Alexander Stewart
Walter Wilson
John Allen


No. 235.
APPOINTMENTS.

BOARD OF EDUCATION.

The undermentioned persons have
been appointed as Members of the Board
of Education under the Education
Ordinance, 1937, for a period of one
year with effect from 7th June, 1961.
V. D. ARCHER, Esq. M.B.E.--
Chairman.
The Education Officer.
The Headmaslir, Grammar School.
The Headmistress, Girls' High
School.
An Inspector of Schools.
Dr. J. P. EUSTACE.
Venerable Archdeacon MAXWELL.
Rev. V. COMMISSION.
Rev. Father EDWARD MORIARTY.
Mr. II. E. A. DAISLEY, J.P.-Repre-
senting the Teachers Association.
Mrs. S. MORRIS.
Mr. II. S. McCONNIE, B.Sc., Super-
intendent of Agriculture.
Dr. II. A. MUNRO.
Mr. G. A. ALLEN.
18th July, 1961.
(S.R. 22n).

No. 236.
OFFICIAL ATTESTOR.

The following person has been ap-
pointed as an Official Attestor with
effect from 18th July, 1961:-


No. 238.
CORRECTION NOTICE.

MARRIAGE OFFICER.

With reference to Gazette Notice No.
216 of 11th July, 1961. The Reverend
ARTHUR IOSKINS HUGGINS has been
appointed a Marriage Officer with effect
from 6th July, 1961 and not from 6th
April, 1961 as was stated in error.
18th July, 1961.
(180).

SNo. 239.
PRE-RETIREMENT LEAVE.

Mr. A. M. ANDERSON, Senior Dispen-
ser, Lewis Punnett Iome for the Aged
Poor. has been granted 131 days vaca-
tion leave with effect from 15th July,
1961. prior to retirement from the
Service.
18th July, 1961.
(P.F. 127).

No. 224.
VACANT POSTS.

BRITISH IHONDIRAS.
VACANCIES FOR SCIENCE TEACIII-S.
BELIZE TECHNICAL C(OLTEGE.

A lI V i1 i! 41f. h l l


pp caJjl Uons are iIviL LU I or LU -
The Reverend ARTHUR HOSKINS lowing vacant posts with the ;overn-
HuGGINs. ment of British Honduras:
18th July, 1961. (1) TEACHER (S('IENCE) --
(179). Physics and Mathematics
No. 237. (2) TEACHER (SCIENCE) -
RE-APPO. Chemistry and Biology (or
RE-APPOINTMENT. Chemistry, Botany and Zo-
Sology).


It is nereuy Inotiied ior general n-
formation that the Administrator-in-
Council has approved the re-appoint-
ment of Senator E. A. C. HUGHES as
Chairman and Member of the Lewis
Punnett Trust for a further period of
three (3) years with effect from 2nd
November, 1960.
18th July, 1961.
(S.S. 528).


Qualifications:-
Applicants should have a University
Degree in the required subjects, and
teaching experience or experience in
industry.
Age Limits:-
Preference will be given to applicants
between the ages of 24 and 40.


221












222 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JULY, 1961.-(No. 37).
____ --------- '.. --- --,
Duties:- should reach him not later than the
Sd o t p 28th of July, 1961.
The duties of the posts are: On satisfactory completion of the con-
(a) to teach the required subjects 'tract a gratuity of 121/2% of salary is
at the Belize Technical College, payable.
up to ilte ALtvadcuC L[evl u; i 11th July, 1961.
the General Certificate of Edu-
cation set by the Associated i
Examining Board. IAo. 4o.
(b) to be responsible for the equin- MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE.
ment in the laboratories. LEEWARD ISLANDS AND WINDWARD
Salary:- ISLANDS CONSTITUTIONAL
The appointments will be on contract CONFERENCE, 1961.
for two years in the first instance. Thb'
salary is: $3120 X $120-$3240 X $1 '"- Tll Report by the Leeward Islands
-$4140 E.B. $4290 X $150-$4740 and Windward Islands Constitutional
.T-. 4 .".n.ifnprno holdr 11 T0l do1 i0 June,
, u. .l- ;. l-- .. UIIL 1961 has been received and may be
on the salary scale will depend upon the 161 has been received and may be
qualifications and experience of the sue- see on application at Government
cessful applicants. Office.
18th July, 1961.
Quarters:- (c. 774.
Government quarters will be provid-
.C , _... *..I-1
at the rate of 71/2% of salary per No. 41.
annum, subject to a maximum yearly SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.
rent of $480 (120). Basic heavy furni-
ture will be provided at an additional The Statement of Assets and Liabili-
charge of 6% per annum of its value. ties of the Colony of St. Vincent as at


Passages:-
Free passages between the place of
recruitment and British Honduras will
be provided for the officer, his wife and
children, up to a total of five adult
passages. on first appointment, and be-
tween British Honduras and the place
of domicile on final termination of en-
gagement. The children must however,
be below the age of 18, unmarried and
dependent on the officer.
Leave:-
On satisfactory completion of the
officer's engagement, he will be eligible
for vacation leave at the rate of five
days for each completed month of resi-
dent service subject to a maximum of
180 days. The officer will also be eli-
gible for local leave at the rate of 16
days per annum.
Medical Treatment:-
Free medical attention is provided for
the officer at Government hospitals. If
he is admitted to a hospital he will be
charged for maintenance at the rate of
$2.00 (10/-) a day. His family may be
treated as out patients at any Govern-
ment hospital at a cost of $1.50 (7/6d)
for each professional attendance in addi-
tion to the cost of medicines supplied.
Applications, which should be accom-
panied by three recent testimonial.
should be addressed to the Secretary,
Public Service Commission, Public
Building, Belize, British Honduras, and


31st October, 1961, is published with
this issue of the Gazette.
By Command,
B. A. BRATIIWAITE.
Chief Seorotary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
18th July, 1961.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICE.
Offers of Educational Facilities by
Member States of the United Nations.

Information has been received by
the Secretary-General of the United
Nations that the Government of Vene-
zuela has renewed its previous offer
of three five-year scholarships under
General Assembly resolution 845 (IX)
to secondary graduates from Non-Self-
Governing Territories for the study of
Petroleum Engineering at the Univer-
sity of Zulia for the academic year
1961/62.
In addition the Government of Vene-
zuela has offered four scholarships to
graduate physicians, engineers and
other public.health staff with univer-
sity degrees from Non-Self-Governing
Territories for its forthcoming Nine-
teenth International Course in Malaria













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JULY, 1961.-(No. 37). 223


and Related Diseases which will be SAINT VINCENT.
under the auspices of the Division ofB u i f R s o
Malariology, Ministry of Public Health By Authority of the egistratin f
and Social Assistance at Maracay, anited Kingd 1om Patents Ordi
Aragua. The course begins on 15th anwe (chpt. n156 of the Rev
January, 1962, and will last for Laws of St. Vincent, 1926).
approximately five months. Gazetted 11th July, 1961.
The scholarships will include the
round trip fare and a fortnightly NOTICE is hereby given that an
stpe of 500 bolivares USA application was on the 19th day of June,
$149.25). 1961, made by Corn Products Company
Candidates should preferably be less a corporation organised and existing
than 35 years old and should have under the laws of the State of D.la-
a good command of the Spanish ware, United States of America, of 717
language. Fifth Avenue, City of New York, State
Applications for the Petroleum En- of New York, United States of America.
gineering Scholarships which commen- for a patent entitled Starch Manufa,-
cc-: in October, 1961, should be sub- tuning process.
mitted through the Secretary-General i y rson m
Any person may at any time within
of the United Nations by 1st Septem- two months from the date of publica-
ber. 1961, and those for the course in tion of this notice in the Gazette, give
Malaria by 1st November, 1961. notice to the Registrar of opposition to
Applicants are requested to supply the issue of a certificate of registration
detailed information regarding their upon any of the grounds prescribed lb
qualifications and experience in their section 27 of the Patents Ordinan:e,
letter of application accompanied by (chapter 155) for ,opposition to the
supporting documents to reach the grant of Letters Patent.
Education Officer, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent, not later than 31st July, 1961. H. M. SQUIRES.
JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS, Registrar of Patr)ts.
Acting Education Officer. Patent Office,
St. Vincent,
Educatiomi Department. 4th July, 1961.
Kingstown,
27th June, 1961. T VIN
SAINT VINCENT.
FEDERAL SUPREME COURT IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
NOTICE. WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURIS- A.D. 1960.
DICTION.
SAINT VINCENT CIRCUIT. SUIT No. 91
A.D. 1961. BETWEEN
On A eal fro the Supreme o ALLABETWEEN
On Anneal from the Supreme Court of ALLAN HUGGINs Plaintiff


the Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands in its Criminal Jurisdiction.
against conviction and sentence.
No. 3 of 1961.
JAMES BOWMAN Defendant--


Appellaznt

Respondent


Charge: Attempted Murder
Sentence: Four Years Hard Labour.

NOTICE is hereby given that the Fed-
eral Supreme Court in its Criminal
Appellate Jurisdiction will be convened
on Thursday, 10th August, 1961 at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon for the purpose
of determining the abovenamed appeal.
Dated this 14th day of July, 1961.
H. M. SQUIRES,
Deputy Registrar,
Federal Supreme Court.


and
THE ST. L''lr INSURANCE
COMPANY LTD. Defendant

Notice is hereby given that on Satur-
day, 5th August, 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 goods and chattels the pro-
perty of the above named defendant The
St. Lucia Insurance Company Ltd.
levied upon by virtue of a writ of seizure
and sale issued in the above suit:
One typewriter, (Hermes Baby)
Four writing desks
Nine sitting chairs
One alarm clock.
Dated this 8th day of July, 1961.
D. A. NILES,
Deputy Registrar,
Supreme Court.


vs.
THE QUEEN














224 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JULY, 1961.-(No. 37.)


ST. VINCENT.
IN THE KINGSTOWN MAGIS-
TRATE'S COURT FIRST DISTRICT
CIVIL JURISDICTION
A.D. 1961.

Suin No. 117/61
BETWEEN:
JONATHAN 1BABB of Kingstown
Plaintiff
and
HEZEKIAII EUSTACE of Kingstown
Defendant

The undermentioned goods and chat-
tel, property of the above named defend-
ant, levied upon by virtue of a Writ of
Seizure and Sale issued in the above
suit, will be put up for sale by Public
Auction at the Court House, Kingstown,
on Saturday the 22nd day of July, 1961
at 1 p.m.
That is
Four (4) Wooden Dining Tables
Dated this 5th day of July, 1961.
L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
Magistrate.
Chambers,
Court House,
Kingstown.

ST. VINCENT.

IN THE KINGSTOWN MAGIS-
TRATE'S COURT FIRST DISTRICT
CIVIL JURISDICTION
A.D. 1961.

SUIT No. 131/61
BETWEEN :
VAL-U ELECTRICAL SERVICE
Plaintiff
and
DENNIS MASON of Sion Hill
Defendant

The undermentioned goods and chat-
tel, property of the above named defend-
ant, levied upon by virtue of a Writ of
Seizure and Sale issued in the above
suit, will be put up for sale by Public
Auction at the Court House, Kingstown,
on Saturday the 5th day of August
1961, at 1 p.m.
That is:
One (1) Siera Radio
Dated this 11th day of July, 1961.
L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
Magistrate.
Chambers,
Court House,
Kingstown.


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LAND AND HOUSE
TAX ORDINANCE, CHAPTER 194.

In accordance with the provisions of
section 21, Chapter 194 of the Revised
Laws of Saint Vincent, as amended by
section 3 of Ordinance No. 18 of 1937, it
is hereby notified that the Tax Rolls for
each District of the Colony will, after
the 30th day of June, 1961 be available
for inspection by the public at the
Treasury.
L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
Magistrate.
MIagistrate's Office,
Kingstown.
11tih July, 1961.

CUSTOMS NOTICES.

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that under the provisions of
Sees. 22 and 24 Cap. 183 of the Laws
of St. Vincent, a portion of a building
at the Arnos Vale Factory, approxi-
mately 250 sq ft., has been appointed a
private bonded warehouse.
P. D. O'N. CRICHTON,
Acting Financial Secretary.
Ministry of Finance,
St. Vincent,
4th July, 1961.

ADVERTISING MATTER AND COMMERCIAL
SAMPLES.

The attention of Merchants and Im-
porters is drawn to the subject of the
treatment of Commercial samples and
Advertising matter.
Advertising matter of no commercial
value, and patterns and samples of negli-
gible value, are exempted from duty in
the St. Vincent Customs Tariff, items
13 and 30 of Table B.
There has, however, always existed
some doubt among Importers as to how
advertising matter and samples on the
whole should be dealt with, and the fol-
lowing paragraph is an attempt to
clarify further Customs interpretation
and method of treatment.
Bona fide samples of no intrinsic value
and advertising matter which can be
used only to advertise products, are ad-
missible free of duty. If, however,
samples do have some commercial value
or use, they should be treated as dutiable
goods. Similarly, advertising matter
which, though used to advertise products
or manufacturing firms and the like, is
of use, and which if allowed in duty
free would tend to compete with the
ordinary "Commercial" commodity,














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1961.-(No. 37.) 221


should bear duty. In cases where no
value is stated for Customs purposes,
this would be assessed by the Collector
of Customs.
JAMES 11. D. COX,
Collector of Customs and Excise.
28th June, 1961.


NOTICE.

LANDS AND SURVEYS DEPART-
MENT.

The General Public is notified that
we now have available for sale at 251
each Small Scale Maps of St. Vincent
prepared by the Directorate of Overseam
Surveys.
H. NEBLETT,
Acting Crown Surveyor.
18th July, 1961.

POLICE NOTICES.

New Park Stand-Parking of Private
Cars.

The New Park Stand adjoining the
Court Yard will be available for park-
ing with effect from Monday 10th July,
1961.
This Park Stand is for Private Cars
ONLY. Buses, Trucks and H. Cars are
strictly prohibited.
The Park Stand at White Chapel
Road opposite the New Pa:-- Stand is
also available for Private Cars.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Polic'.
6th July, 1961.

No Parking Between Signs-
Middle Street.

With effect from Monday 10th July,
1961 parking is strictly prohibited in
Middle Street from the Corner of South
River Road to Hillsboro Street between
the hours of 8.00 a.m.-4.00 p.m.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
6th July, 1961.

STOP SIGNS.

It is promulgated for the information
of all concerned that Stop signs, White
lines and Cats' eye were recently erected
and placed at the following points:-


1.. Corner of Old Montrose and Lodge
Village Roads.
2. Corner of Lodge Village Road
and the unnamed Road leading
from Kingstown Park.
3. Corner of Kingstown Park Road
and Mrs. Jennings' Corner-West.
4. Corner of Kingstown Park Road
and Mrs. Jennings' Corner-East.
5. Corner of Kingstown Hill and
Murray Road.
6. Corner of Grammar Schuol Roal
and Murray Road-near Agricul-
ture Deparment.
7. Corner of Kingstown Hill and
Sion Hill.
8. Corner of McKies Hill and Murray
Road.
9. Corner of Arnos Vale road and
road leading from P.W.D.-Arnos
Vale.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
6th July, 1961.

THE ST. VINCENT BANANA
GROWERS ASSOCIATION.

BIABOU DISTRICT BRANCH.
NOTICE OF MEETING
All registered growers of the Biabou
District Branch are invited to attend a
meeting of the Biabou District Branch
to be held at the Biabou Society Hall
on Sunday 23rd July, 1961 at 4 p.m.
AGENDA.


1. Prayers.
2. Reading and
Minutes of the
June, 1961.
3. Matters arising
utes.
4. Other Business.
5. A Film Show.


Confirmation of
meeting of 25th

out of the Min-


CONROY DANIEL,
Secretary District Branch.
18th July, 1961.

NOTICE

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that as from 1st July, 1961,
importation of fresh meat from cattle,
sheep, goats and swine from Britishl
Guiana is being permitted, provided it
is from the coastal region only and must
be accompanied by an official Meat In-
spection Certificate signed by a Govern-
ment Veterinary Officer.
HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
18th July, 1961.














226 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 JULY, 1961.-(No. 37.)


AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.

ARROWROOT NOTICE.

ELECTION OF DISTRICT DELEGATES TO REPRESENT SMALL
GROWERS ON THE ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION.

Under the Arrowroot (Amendment) Ordinance No. 15 of 1954, notice is
hereby given that the election of a district delegate for each of the districts
enumerated hereunder will take place at the time and place stated:-

NORTH LEEWARD DISTRICT.
On Saturday 22nd (lay of July, 1961, between the hours of 10.30 a.m. and
2 p.m. at the Troumaca Government School.

KINGSTOWN AND SOUTH LEEWARD DISTRICTS.
(n Saturday 22nd day of July, 1961 between the hours of 7.30-9.00 a.m. at
the Layou Police Station and between the hours of 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon at
the Office of the Agricultural Department, Kingstown.

NORTH LEEWARD DISTRICT.
On Friday 21st day of July, 1961 between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and 6.00
p.m. at the Georgetown Government School.

CENTRAL WINDWARD DISTRICT.
On Friday 21st day of July, 1961, between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and 6.00
p.m. in Area "A" at the Park Hill Arrowroot Factory and in Area "B" at the
Biabou Association Hall.
Area "A" includes Three Rivers, South Rivers, Park Hill, Colonarie and
Friendly Village.
Area "B" includes North Union, New Adelphi, New Grounds, Chapmans,
Diamond Village, Lowmans, Bridgetown, Biabou and New Prospect.

SOUTH WINDWARD DISTRICT.
On Friday 21st day of July, 1961 between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and 6.00
p.m. in Area "A" at the Mesopotamia Government School and in Area "B" at
the Stubbs Government School.
Area "A" includes all small growers delivering starch to the Association
from Mesopotamia, Yambou, Evesham, Carriere, Hopewell and Richland Park.
Area "B" includes Stubbs, Mt. Pleasant, Calder, Argyle, Brighton, Belve-
dere, Enhams, Victoria Village, Glamorgan, Prospect, Diamond, Choppins,
Carapan, Rathomill, Calliaqua, Glen and Golden Vale.

SAINT GEORGE DISTRICT.
On Friday 21st day of July, 1961 between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and 6.00
p.m. 'at the Belair Government School.

All persons whose names appear on the list of small growers who deliver
starch from the above districts to the Arrowroot Association during Crop
1956-57 are entitled to vote and each person is entitled to one vote only.

HUGH S.. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
S10th July, 1961.


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











1959
$


2,008,343.(00





691,200.00







35,322.00













2,734,865.00


Stater.ent of Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of St. Vincent as at 31st October 1960.
- - -


DEPOSITS:-

*Special Funds

Other than Special Funds

OVERDRAFTS:-

C. A. Joint Consolidated Fund


5 c.



2,072,156.00

51,700.00


Colony Reserve Fund


c..





2,123,856.0C



724,800.00





35,322.CO


II


1959
$ c.

,403,341.00 ADVANCI

Person

Other

302,453.00 CASH :-

Barcla

Drafts

Imprel

Treasui

T La ,


805,120.00

223,951.00




2,883,978.00 2,734.865.00


iall


ys Bank

and Re: iit tnces

its

ry and Sub-Accountants


Crown Ag,,nts Current.

Investments

GENERAL REVENUE BALANCE:-
Surplus and Deficit

LESS :-Balance as at 1. 1. 60


$ C.


. 288,993.00

. 1,106,721.00



. 551,042.00

S 3.700.00

. 21.688.00

15,146.0u

591,576.00


S 1.096.00




S274,403.00

206,985.00


1,395,714.00














590,480.00

830,366.00




67,418,00

2,883,978.00


NOTES:-1. At 31st Ootober, 1960, the Public Debt of the Colony.(not recorded in the above Liabilities) stood at 1485,025.00 and the accumulated Funds for its Redemption stood at $102,286.00.
2. "Other Advances" include an amount of $956,118.00 advanced in anticipation of Loans.


TREASURY CHAMBERS.
SAINT VINCENT, W.I.,
28th February 1961.


M. V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.


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