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297


SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


PhblishI t bE Suthoritg.


VoL. 94.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER, 1961. [No. 47.


No. 230.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


HURRICANE NOTICE.


It is hereby notified for general informatica that in the event of a hurricane
threatening or approaching the Island, the following warnings will be given:-


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

(2) Loud Speaker and Radioi
announcements.
(3) Three saluting guns will be!
fired.
RURAL AREAS (1) A red flag with a black rec-
tangular centre will be flown!
from Police Stations.
(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
18th July, 1961.
(421.)


TAKE COVER
(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.


No. 317. Mr. DeMott will be available to the
IMPENDING VISIT TO ST. VINCENTI public at the Court House, Kingstown,
OF VISA OFFICER, UNITED STATES from 2.30 p.m.-5.00 p.m., on Thursday
MISSION, TRINIDAD. 19th October 1961, and from 8.00 -12
noon, and 2.00 p.m.-5,00 p.m., on Fri-
It is notified for general information day, 20th October, 1961, for the purpose
that Mr.- ALBERT N. DEMOTT, Vice- of extending non-immigrant facilities
Consul in the United States Mission, and other Consular services to this
Trinidad, accompanied by an assistant, territory.
will arrive in St. Vincent on Thursday,
19th October, 1961, at 12.05 p.m. 26th September, 1961.


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298 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER, 1961.-(No. 47.)


No. 318.
ACTING APPOINTMENTS.

Mr. O. E. LEIGERTWOOD, Administra-
tive Assistant, Government Office, as
Principal Secretary, Ministry for
Finance, with effect from 1st August,
1961, and until further notice.
26th September, 1961.
(P.F. 237.)
No. 319.
His Honour the Administrator has
approved the following acting appoint-
ments with effect from 11th September,
1961, and until further notice:-
Mr. 0. L. GARRAWAY, Office Superin-
tendent, Medical Department, as
Office Superintendent, Public
Works Department.
Miss K. JACOBS, Acting Administra-
tive Assistant, Ministry for Com-
munications, Works and Labour, as
Office Superintendent, Medical De-
partment.
Mr. G. V. BONADIE, Class I Clerk (as-
signed to Public Works Depart-
ment) as Administrative Assistant,
Ministry f o r Communications,
Works and Labour.
26th September, 1961.
(P.Fs. 103, 101, 854.)
No. 320.
ASSIGNMENT.

Mr. F. G. THOMIAs, Office Superinten-
dent, Public Works Department, has
been assigned to the Ministry for
Finance for special duties with effect
from 11th September, 1961, and until
further notice.
26th September, 1961.
(P.F. 335.)

No. 321.
TRANSFER.

Mr. C. A. MCINTOSH, Public Office
Superintendent, Treasury Department,
to the post of Accountant, Public Works
Department, with effect from 16th Sep.
tember, 1961.
26th September, 1961.
(P.F. 181.)

No. 322.
RENT ASSESSMENT BOARD.

RESIGNATION.
It is notified for general information
that Mr. DAVID A. KING has resigned as
a member of the Rent Assessment Board
with effect from 31st July, 1961.
26th September. 1961.
(886).


No. 323.


APPOINTMENT.


Consequent on the resignation of Mr.
DAVID A. KING, His Honour the Admin-
istrator has been pleased to appoint Mr.
OSBOR-NE ITON as a member of the Rent
Assessment Board under the provisions
of Section 4 of the Rent Restriction
Ordinance, No. 3 of 1945, with effect
from 15th September, 1961.
26th September, 1961.
(886).

No. 324.
VACANT POSTS.

VACANT POST OF ASSISTANT
DRAUGHTSMAN, LANDS AND SURVEYS
DEPARTMENT, ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons possessing the
Cambridge School Certificate, preferably
with a credit in mathematics, or its
equivalent for the above mentioned pen-
sionable post which carries a salary in
the scale $1,032 X 84-$1,284 X 96-
$1,572.
Further particulars may be obtained
from the Crown Surveyor.
Applications in the applicants' own
handwriting, accompanied by two testi-
monials should be addressed to the
Chief Secretary, Government Office, to
reach him not later than 12th October,
1961.
26th September, 1961.
(308.)

No. 306.
POST OF MANAGER, FANCY ESTATE.

Applications are invited for the post
of Manager, Fancy Estate. Salary of
the post is $3,960 per annum in a scale
$3,960 X 120--$4,200 per annum. A
house is provided for the Manager.
Applications must be in the applicants
own handwriting and .should state ex-
perience in estate management and in
the keeping of estaLe books and records.
Applications should preferably be ac-
companied by testimonials from the
owner or manager of the estate on
which the applicant last worked.
Applications should be addressed to
the Superintendent of Agriculture and
should reach him not later than 15th
October, 1961.
12th September, 1961.

No. 325.
LEGISLATION.

The Right Honourable the Secretary'
of State for the Colonies has notified'












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER, 1961.-(No. 47.)


that Her Majesty the Queen will not
be advised to exercise her power of
disallowance in respect of the follow-
ing Ordinances of this Government:-
No. 4 of 1961-An Ordinance further
to amend the Summary Gonviction
Offences Ordinance, Chapter 14.


No. 6 of 1931-An Ordinance
to amend the Recovery of
sion Act, Cap. 20.
26th September, 1961.


further
Posses-


No. 326.
The following Document is published
with this issue of the Gazette.
S.R. & 0. No. 18.-The Pensionable
Offices Order, 1961.
(CMF 12).
26th September, 1961.

No. 327.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Balance Sheet of the St. Vincent
Co-operative Bank Limited for the year
ended 31st January, 1961, is published
with this issue of the Gazette.
By Command,
E. A. BRATHWAITE.
Chief Secretary
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
26th September, 1961.


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER
NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICES.

COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS-
UNITED KINGDOM AWARDS 1962.

The Federal Government of The
West Indies is inviting applications for
Commonwealth Scholarships offered by
the United Kingdom Government under
the Commonwealth Scholarship and
Fellowship Scheme and tenable at insti-
tutions of higher learning in the United
Kingdom from October 1962. The
Scholarships are intended for persons
of high intellectual promise who may
be expected to make a significant contri-
bution to life in their own country
on their return from study abroad.
They are primarily available for post-
graduate study or research at universi-
ties and at colleges of technology, but in
special circumstances awards may be
made at under-graduate level to students
wishing to pursue courses in residential
colleges of adult education or at Col-
leges offering diplomas in fine art or
industrial design.


2. Tenure:
A Scholarship is tenable for a pro-
gramme of study or research normally
extending over a period of two academic
years and leading to a University degree
or similar qualification. Only excep-
tionally will an award be tenable for
one academic year or for three academic
years.
3. Emoluments:
These ileaude:
(a) fares (normally at s-cond class
sa rates) to the United King-
dom and return on expiry of
the scholarship;
(b) approved tuition, laboratory
and examination fees;
(c) personal maintenance allowance
at the rate of 51. 10s. per
month;
(d) a grant for books and appara-
tus o' 25 per year;
(e) a gr imt for expenses of ap-
prov-d tf vel within the United
King:lorm of up to 25 per
year;
(f) an initial clothing grant of 40
for such scholars coming from
tropical countries as are re-
commended to receive it;
(g) for male married scholars ac-
companied by their wives, a
marriage allowance at the rate
of 16. 13s. 4d. per month.
(This allowance will not be pay-
able during the first year of the
tenure of a scholarship, unless
the scholar was a married man
at the time of his application
for an award, and will not be
payable in respect of a wife
who holds a scholarship herself
or who is in paid employment.)
4. Eligibility:
Candidates must normally be resident
in the West Indies and must be, or
hope to be, by October 1962, graduates
of a University or College in their
Country or holders of an equivalent
qualification. Applications will also be
considered from such persons without a
degree or similar qualification who wish
to take a first course of study in the
United Kingdom, provided that they are
normally resident in a country where
no University or College offers courses
in the subject of their choice. Appli-
cants should not have reached their
35th birthday by 1st October 1962, but
preference will be given to candidates
who are between 22 and 28 years of
age. Only in exceptional circumstances
will applications be accepted from can-
didates over 35 years of age.
5. Method of Application:
Applications must be made through
Unit Governments, in sextuplicate, and













300 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER, 1961.-(No. 47.)


on the prescribed forms obtainable from possess a first degree if they propose to
the Education Officer, Kingstown, St. Read for the B.Ed./B.T. degree, and a
Vincent. Applicauts must lodge 1heir I post graduate degree, if they are ei-
applications with the Education Officer, barking on the M.Ed. Course.
Kingstown, St. Vincent, not later than 4. General Information: Married
30th September, 1961, to permit p:c- applicants are asked to answer para-
liminary selection and to enable nomi- graph 14 of the application form
nations to reach the Federal Ministry I.C.W.B.1., as precisely and accurately
of Labour and Social Affairs not later as possible stating number, ages and sex
than 31st October 1961. Applications of children, and to notify the Govern-
that are incomplete or are not support- ment of India immediately of any
ed by the required documents will not change in their plans for bringing their
be entertained. wives and/or children to India. This
J. J. ANTROBUS, information is essential in view of the
Acting Education Officer. acute shortage of suitable accommoda-
tion in India. Accommodation in Uni-
14th September, 1961. versity or College Hoste's will not be
provided for married couples with or
TEACHER TRAINING BURSARIES without families.
-INDIA AWARDS 1961/62 5. Methods of Application: Appli-
cation for these Bursaries must be made
COMMONWEALTH EDUCATION through Unit Governments, in quadru-
CO-OPERATION SCHEME. plicate, on the prescribed forms obtain-
able from the Education Officer by 31st
The Federal Government of the October, 1961.


West Indies is inviting applications for
a small number of Teacher Training
Bursaries which the Government of
India has offered the West Indies under
the Commonwealth Education Co-opera-
tion Scheme. These Bursaries will
provide courses of training leading to
the B.Ed./B.T. and M.Ed. degrees and
will be tenable at Universities in India
during the academic year 1962/63.
2. Value of Awards. This includes
the payment of:-
(a) Stipend at the rate of RS 250/-*
per month.
(b) Tuition and Examination fees.
(c) Medical expenses etc., incurred
on the advice of the Medical
Officer of the institution con-
cerned or the Head of the Insti-
tution (where there is no Medical
Officer attached). If a Bursar is
hospitalized for a period of one
month or longer stipend will be
reduced by 50% for the period
spent in the hospital.
(d) Book Grants at RS 300* per
annum.
(e) Return Second Class rail fare
and bus fare, together with a
daily allowance of RS 2/- if a
Bursar attends a Holiday or
Youth Welfare Camp approved
by the Government of India.
(f) Return Second Class railway
fare and bus fare together with a
daily allowance of RS 4/-*, if a
Bursar proceeds singly on a
Study Tour certified by the super-
vising teacher or the Head of
the Institution concerned of or
necessary for the course of study
pursued.
*One (1) Indian rupee=thirty six cents
(360) West Indian.
3. Qualifications: Candidates should
preferable be below 30 years and should


JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
Acting Education Officer.
9th September, 1961.

SCHOLARSHIP IN ELECTRONIC
TECHNOLOGY AT THE PHILIPS
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF
TECHNOLOGICAL STUDIES-1962/63.

The Federal Government of The
West Indies is inviting applications for
a scholarship offered by the Management
of the Philips Works, Eindhoven,
Holland to enable a suitably qualified
West Indian to pursue at the Philips
International Institute of Technolo-
gical Studies, Holland, during the 1962/
63 academic year, a course of study in
any branch of Science or Technology
which comes within the ambit of Philips
activities.
2, Fields of Study and Duration of
Scholarship:
The Scholarship will be tenable for a
study term of one year mainly in sub-
jects under the general heading of Elec-
tronics which will include such sub-
jects as radio, television, telecommuni-
cations, measurement and control equip-
ment and their industrial applications.
However, other subjects such as light
and lighting, X-rays, electron micros-
copy, welding materials and techniques,
and some branches of applied chemistry
will also be possibilities.
The study will, as much as possible,
be supported by all facilities that can
be provided by a close collaboration with
the Philips laboratories and factories
and will include:
(a) private theoretical and experi-
mental studies in the Institute..
(b) attendance to lectures given in
the Institute.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER, 1961.-(No. 47.)


(c) a work period in one or more of
the research or factory labora-
tories.
3. Eligibility:
Candidates should not be more than
35 years old, and should possess a degree
equivalent to the M.A. (U.S.A.) or the
B.Sc. (U.K.) and must have in addi-
tion some practical experience. They
must also be in good health and will be
required to undergo a medical examin-
ation.
4. Value of Scholarships:
The value of the Scholarship in-
cludes :
(a) tuition fees at the Institute.
(b) return passage, tourist class by
plane to Eindhoven, Holland.
(c) living allowance at the rate of
325 Dutch guilders (32 approx.
each month).
5. Method of Applicatiozn:
Applications for this Scholarship
must be made in triplicate on the pre-
scribed forms obtainable from Education
Department, Kingstown, and completed
application forms and supporting docu-
ments must be submitted through the
Education Officer, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent by the 31st October, 1961, so that
nominations might reach the Federal
Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs
not later than 30th November, 1961.
J. J. ANTROBUS,
Acting Education Oficer.
26th September, 1961.

BCHOLARBHIPS BY MANHATTAN
SCHOOL OF PRINTING.

The Federal Government has accepted
an offer of two Scholarships tenable at
the Manhattan School of Printing in the
United States of America. These
scholarships are open to nationals of the
West Indies and may be pursued in
any of the following fields of printing
studies offered at the school.
PHOTO OFFSET LITHOGRAPH COURSE
Line Photograph 120 Hours
Half Tone Photograph 180
Opaquing and Stripping 100
Surface Platemaking 105
Deep Etch Platemaking 100
Elementary Offset Presswork 120
Advanced Offset Presswork 200
LETTER PRESS COURSE
Hand Composition 400 Hours
Ludlow Machine Operation
and Make up 130
Linotype Operation and
Maintenance 425
Platen Presswork 120


Comprehensive Presswork in-
cluding:
A. Elementary Cylinder
Presswork 120
B. Advanced Cylinder
Presswork 120
C. Makeready 200
Entrance Requirements:
Students must be between 17 and 55
years of age and must have a minimum
of one year of Senior High School or its
equivalent.
To entry' the course in Hand Composi-
tion or I.ontype Operation and Main-
tenance, a minimum of two years of
Vocational High School or its equivalent
is required.
For entrance in the course in Ludlow
machine operation and makeup, the
student should have one year training in
the printing trade, or its equivalent, or
a working knowledge of hand composi-
tion or hSic knlorledge of Linotypp
machine operation or related Linotype
bankwork.
For advanced Cylinder Presswork, it
is a prerequisite that the student com-
plete the course in Elementary Press-
work or show to the Direator's satisfac-
tion that the student has equivalent
practical experience.
For the course in Makeready, it is
prerequisite that the student complete
either the Platen Presswork or the Ele-
mentary Cylinder Presswork Course.
Student Enrolment:
There are no set commencement or
completion dates. As the tuition is
largely individual it is possible for
students to start a course at any time;
the School is open right through the
year.
The completion day for each student
is determined by the course of instruc-
tion undertaken by the student, the
session in which the student enrolls,
the date of commencement of instruc-
tion and the prescribed length of the
course of instruction.
The value of the Scholarships now
stands at $1,850.00 (U.S.) each which it
is expected will cover full tuition and
laboratory fees as well as expenses for
tools and books.
The Scholarships do not cover travel
and maintenance expenses and the Fed-
eral Government can not meet any of
these or other related charges. The
estimated cost of maintenance in the
U.S. is $50 (U.S.) per week and as the
school does not provide accommodation
private arrangements will have to be
made. There is however a Y.M.C.A.
hotel nearby and the School authorities
have expressed their willingness to make
arrangements there on behalf of foreign
students.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER, 1961.-(No. 47.)


The charges to be borne by the student
or his sponsor will be:
(a) passages to and from New York.
(b) board and lodging, and
(c) incidental private expenses, such
as local travel, etc.
Applications should be addressed to
the Acting Education Officer, Education
Office, and should reach him not later
than 9th October, 1961.
JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
Acting Education Officer.
19th September, 1961.


GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL NOTICE.

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION.

An examination for entrance to the
Girls' High School next year will be
held at the School on Saturday 21st
October, 1961.
Candidates should arrive for registra-
tion at 8.30 a.m. on that day, and should
each present a testimonial from her
present Head teacher.
Teachers and parents are requested
to submit names and birth certificates
not later than Friday, 13th October.
Parents are advised not to send girls
under 10 years of age.
Writing and scrap paper, blotting
paper and ink will be provided for the
examination, pupils are asked to bring
their own pens, pencils and rulers.
B. M. HEDDLE,
Headmistress.
Girls' High School,
18th September, 1961.


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 Monday, the 9th October, 1961 at
10.00 o'clock in the forenoon and con-
tinuing. All parties concerned, also
such persons as are bound over by re-
Co'nniFiann, tn prosecute answer charges
or give evidence or summoned as Jurors
or witnesses are hereby commanded to
give their personal attention and atten-
dance.
By Command,
H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
11th September, 1961.


BT. VINCENT BANANA GROWERS'
ASSOCIATION.

KINGSTOWN DISTRICT BRANCH.

NOTICE OF MEETING.

All registered growers of the Kings-
town District Branch are invited to
attend a meeting of the Branch to be
held at the Memorial Hall on 2nd
October 1961 at 10.00 a.m.

AGENDA.


1.
2.
3.
4.


Prayers.
Minutes of the last meeting.
Matters arising out of the Minutes.
Other Business.


JEROME JACK,
Secretary, District Branch.
19th September, 1961.


CUSTOMS NOTICE.

The undermentioned articles have
been forfeited under section 90 Cap. 183
of the Laws of St. Vincent and will be
sold by Auction at the Revenue Office,
Port Elizabeth, Bequia on 11th October,
1961 at 10.00 a.m.
One Open Row Boat-2 oars
1 Empty Suitcase (New)
5 Suitcases containing Clothing and
Miscellaneous articles.
2 Cardboard Boxes containing mer-
chandise.
Loose Items 1 aluminium pan, 1
large enamel wash basin, 1 bottle
clorox, 1 old brown felt hat, 1 blue
Canvas shoe, 1 old blanket with 2
old pants, and one soiled pants.

JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs and Excise.

H. M. Customs,
St. Vincent,
18th September, 1961.


NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that a regular supply of fresh
fish can now be obtained ex Cold Storage
adjoining the Vegetable market or
through the Kingstown Fish Market.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
26th September, 1961.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER, 1961.-(No. 47.) 303

TREASURY NOTICE.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX OFFICE.

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 49 of the "Land
and House Tax Ordinance", Chapter 194, as amended by Ordinance No. 12 of
1954, the undermentioned property which was sold for arrears of taxes on 19th
August, 1961, will vest absolutely in the purchaser's name, unless the Owner or
any person or persons having an interest in the property sold pay into the
Treasury the said Purchase Price plus Ten per centum thereof before the
expiration of three (3) months from date of sale.
MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.

Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent.
11th September, 1961.


Name of Owner Situation of Description of Amount
or Occupier. Property. Property. Sold for. Date.


Bute, Moses Lower Lowmans 1 Spot $10.25 19.8.61.

SAINT VINCENT. A PLAN of the portion of land
bearing No. P1, can be seen at the
CENTRAL HOUSING & PLANNING OFFICE OF THE CENTRAL HOUSING AND
PLANNING AUTHORITY.
AUTHORITY. R. NEEHALL,
Secretary & Executive Officer
RESOLUTION GIVING NOTICE OF Central Housing & Planning
A DECISION TO PREPARE A Authority.
FIFTH SUPPLEMENTARY
SCHEME OF THE REGIONAL NOTICE
SCHEME FOR KINGSTOWN'
AND ITS SURROUNDINGS. CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING
I AUTHORITY.
SECTION 10 OF THE TOWN AND Persons who have purchased Build-
COUNTRY PLANNING ORDINANCE NO. 2 ing Lots on the Montrose and Dasent
OF 1946. Cottage Housing Schemes, and whose
accounts are in arrears, are hereby
The following RESOLUTION which I notified, that all arrears must be paid
gwas p d by the Athorit o the on or before the 30th September, 1961,
was passed by the Authority on the otherwise lots will be repossessed in ac-
25th September, 1961 is published for cordance with the terms of the Schemes.
general information. B. R. NEEHALL,
RESOLUTION Executive Officer and Secretary.
. .. 29th August, 1961.


BE IT RESOLVED AND IT IS IiEREBY
RiLsutuju that while CENTRAL liuc~1 iG
AND PLANNING AUTHORITY has this
25th day of September, 1961, decided
to dezone under the provision of Section
10 of the TOWN AND COUNTRY
PLANNING ORDINANCE NO. 2 of
1946, for the purpose of erecting a Gaso-
lene Service Station on
That parcel of LAND lying in the
PARISH OF ST. GEORGE and
bounded on the North by the property
of Mr. S. N. Ballantyne on the East
by Pauls Avenue on the South by
Grenville Street and on the West by
the property of Mr. V. D. Archer.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that owing to a suspected
outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease in
British Guiana, the importation of all
animals, meats and meat products from
that country is prohibited until further
notice.
HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
12th September, 1961.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER, 1961.-(No. 47.)


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE NOTICES.

It is hereby notified that the undermentioned articles which have been in the Customs Suffrance Ware-
house for over one (1) year, and are not worth the duty, shall be forfeited under Section 28 Cap. 183 of
the Laws of St. Vincent.


H. M. Customs,
St. Vincent,
9th September, 1961.


JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs and Excise.


SECTION I.


Date I
Ware- Ship Consignee Marks & Nos. Quantity & Declared Contents Remarks
housed Description

12. 3.58. Daerwood Geo. A. Forde P.H.V. 1 ctn. Medicine Empty
26. 6.59. Betwa J. H. Hazell P. & Co. St. Lucia 1 ctn. Lux Soap ,,
18. 3.58. Blue Star J. H. Hazell C.S. 1 ctn. Stout ,
18. 3.58. Blue S!ar J. H. Hazell P.H.V. 2 ctns. Stout
2. 8.60. Kirkdale Corea & Co. Ltd. J.A.B. 1 ctn. Vi-Stout



By Authority of Section 27 Cap. 193 of the Customs Ordirnuice, the undermentioned goods which
have been in the Customs Warehouse for over one (1) year as at 31st August, 1961 will be sold by Public
Auction on Wednesday 18th October, 1961 at 1.30 p.m. unless duly cleared or re-warehoused.


H. M. Customs,
St. Vincent,
2nd September, 1961.


Ship


Dalesman

Lady Angela
Anabisi
Brita Thorden

Kirkdale
Helena
Biographer

I irkdale
Biographer
Helena
Herman Lan-
greda
Herman Lan-
greda
Carib Clipper
Kirkdale
Carib Clipper
Unity O
Unity O


JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs and Excise.

CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE SECTION I.


Consignee


John H. Hazell

Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Geest Industries


Corea &
Corea &
John H.

Corea &
John H.
Corea &
Corea &


Co. Ltd.
Co. Ltd.
Hazell

Co. Ltd.
Hazell
Co. Ltd.
Co Ltd.


Corea & Co. Ltd.

Geo. A. Forde
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Geo. A. Forde
Hadley Bros.
Hladley Bros.


Marks & Nos.


Reqh #5355/1
#7897
Bottlers Ltd.
BB
Rev. Mother
Florence
Hazell
JGB
GAVS

C & C or BB
Corea & Co.
PHV & SH
Maurice R. Tannis


Quantity & Declared Contents
Description

1 C/S Paper


1 Pkg
1 Ctn
3 Pkg

1 Bdl
1 C/s
1 C/S


Ctn
Coil
Ctn
C/S'


1 C/S


E.D.

N/M
BB
N/M
PHC
PHC


Piece
Ctn
Only
Bales
Bdl


Metal Signs
Note Books
Books, Maps etc.

Steel Bars
Advt. Matter
Motor Cycle
Spares
Pineaple Juice
Wire
Milk Powder
Refrigerator
Parts
Beef

Steel
Pear Nectar
Tail-Pipe
Bags
Bags


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE SECTION II.
Date
Ware- Ship Consignee Marks & Nos. Quantity & Declared Contents
housed Description

28.11.59. Antilia O. D. Brisbane N/M 1 only Cupboard
12.12.59. Herman Lan- Corea & Co. Ltd. S. N. Ballantyne 1 C/S Advt. Matter
greda
6. 1.60. Mandalay B.B. C.F.S. 15 Pails Lard
6. 1.60. Mandalay B.B. C.F.S. 5 Pails Margarine
30 1.60. Kirkdale Corea & Co. Ltd. P.H.V. 3 1 Keg Merchandise
30. 1.60. Kirkdale Corea & Co. Ltd. C.K.G 7342 1 Ctn Confectionery
30. 1.60. Kirkdale Corea & Co. Ltd. C & Co 7334 1 Ctn


Date
Ware-
housed

7. 1.59.

22. 6.59.
29. 7.59.
12. 1.60.

23. 3.60.
9. 5.60.
3. 5.60.

21. 5.60.
3. 5.60.
9. 5.60.
13. 6.60.1

13. 6. 60.

25. 6.60.
27. 6.60.
25. 6.60.
19. 8.60.
19. 8.60.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER, 1961.-(No. 47.)


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE SECTION II. (Contd.)


Consignee


Carib Clipper
Hydra
Sculptor
Lady Angela
Carib Clipper
Carib Clipper
Herman Lan-
greda
Orestes
Hecuba
Herman Lan-
greda
Administrator
Zinnia


Order
Corea & Co. Ltd.
J. H. Hazell
SCorea & Co. Ltd.
J. H. Hazell
J. H. Hazell
Corea & Co. Ltd.

SCorea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.

J. H. Hazell
George A. Forde


Marks & Nos.


Dear B'dos 06178
Federal Trading
S.F.C. 21019
E.B
Hazell (Allen)
Hazell (Me D.B)
U.T.Ltd

R.N.E
A.R.D. Federal
W.T.A

C.H.RV 12/1
Bata


Quantity &
Description

1 C/S
100 Ctns.
1 Ctn
1 Tin
1 Ctn
1 Ctn
1 Ctn

50 Only
1 Ctn
2 Ctns

1 C/s
1 Pkg


Declared Contents


Merchandise
Beer
Merchandise
Biscuits
Apparel
Merchandise
Paints

Beds
Advt. Material
Toilet Paper

Merchandise
Advt. Material


CUSTOMS BAGGAGE ROOM.


Consignee


John H. Hazell


Marks & Nos.


Hdai-wayv Stores 1
228728
Barelays Bank 1
D.C.O. 031156
Electricity Services 1
2815489
W. J Abbott 1
292.391
Fred J. Dare 3
090172
United Traders 1
Ltd. 236975
Fitzroy Roberts 1
235776
Ethel Bradshaw 1


Nos. & Description
of PKG


pkg Rayon Swatches

pkg Cycle Spare Parts

Double Lever

pkg Liquid Asphalt

pkgs Zipper Cases

pkg Printed Matter

pkg Sandals

Fruit Cake


KINGSTOWN SPIRIT WAREHOUSE.


Date
Ware- Name of Ship
housed__

29. 6. 60. S.S. Sculptor


Consignee


J. H. Hazell


LIST OF ARTICLES AT CUSTOMS FOR OVER (1) YEAR AS AT 31ST AUGUST, 1961.


Marks & Nos.


N/M
N/M
Felix Cabral #39
ASB & LTD
ASB & LTD #7, 21
C&Co 488945
C/o Shell #4,3
N/M
C&Co #1
Bulk Ins. Supervisor, C/o Corea
CC
N/M


Quantity & Description


1 Only


Only
C/S
Ctn.
C/s
C/S
C/S
Piece
Crate
C/S
C/s
Bdl


Declared Contents


SAtlas Tyre
Jute Matting
Ferrol Compound
Advt. Matter
Advt. Matter
M/Car Parts
Shell Products
Motor Car Parts
Soap Holders
Contg 1-5 Tin Lub Grease
Advt. Matter
Sof 3 Coal Pots


Date
Ware-
housed

6. 1.60.
10. 3.60.
9. 4.60.
7. 5.60.
14. 5.60.!
14. 5.60.
4. 6.61.


7.60.
7. 60.
8. 60.

8. 60.
9. 59.


Conveyance


Date
Ware-
housed


4.60.

4. 6(.


L.I.A.T.


30. 4.60.

20. 6.60.

2. 7.60.


7.60.

7.60.


29. 8.60.


Marks


U.T.L.


Quantity


1 Ctn
(3 Bots)


Description


Whisky


I I ~-


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KINGSTOWN SPIRIT WAREHOUSE.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER, 1961.-(No. 47.)


LIST OF ARTICLES FOR OVER 1 YEAR-(Contd.)


Marks & Nos.


SN/M
Barclays Bank,'D.C.O. Bruce O.
'Bonadie
B. Bros
Reqn #4854 #6969
ARCO Trinidad
N.W.
UT LTD c1027
PHV & Co #1
N/M
Enos Francois
RP Ltd.
GWF
N/M
GM
UTL
GL
AF
N/M
BH
CF HVS
ES
BAH
PHV
PHV
GAV
C&Co
Corea
Corea
C&B PHV
JHH
N/M
JHH
VB & S
WEBB
N/M
G
UTL
C & Co Ltd
GAVS
Cosmus
EAB
GWF & Sons
N/M
Corea
N/M
VB&S
GF
PHV
HL
N/M
RP
C&Co BH 138
HH
C&Co
PICO
N/M
N/M
N/M
N/M
OAG Agric.
St. Vincent
A. Saunders for T. A. Browne
OHMS
J. T. Johnson


Quantity & Description

1 Only
B. 1 C/S

1 Ctn.
1 C/S
1 Bale
3 Ctns
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
2 Ctns
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
2 Pkgs
3 Ctns.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 C/s
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
2 Ctns
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 C/s
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
2 Ctns
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
I Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
2 Ctns
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
2 C/s
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
S1 Bdl
2 Bdls
1 Steel
2 Tins
1 Bag
1 Ctn.
1 C/S
1 C/S
1 C/S


Declared Contents


Firestone Tyre
Merchandise


Toilet Paper
Agric. Spares
Merchandise
Tennents Beer
Tomato Paste
Omo
Tide
Cocktail Tables
Listerine
Glow Spread
Michelin Tubes
Mello Kreem
Thermogene
Mello Kreem
Icing Sugar
Exeter Beef
Pear Nectar
Bull Dog Stout
Libbys Tomato Ketchup
Monarch Pineapple Juice
Cod Liver Oil Capsules
Glow Spread
Mello Kreem
Welch Juice
Gift Sets (Glass)
Drinking Glasses
Pure Malt Vinegar
Heinz Products
Khruschcn Salts
Tide
SGolden Ray Margarine
Stout
Glassware
Lard
SCarnation Milk
Pear Nectar
Dairy King Milk
E. D. Smith Juice
Johnson Baby Powder
Saxa Salt
Griffin Liquid Wax
Racks & Soap Holders
Drinking Glasses
Flasks
.' Glow Spread
Cornflakes
Stout
Mortar Plasticine
Medicine Botts.
Perma-Lastic
Candles
Harpic
Murrays Stout
Grids
Springs
Window Frame
SLard
Sulphur
Rubber Bands
Merchandise
Merchandise
Merchandise


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SAINT VINCENT. U

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS/ <

1961, No. 18. 1Z[ 9

PENSIONABLE OFFICES ORDER.
(Gazetted 26th September, 1961.)
1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Pensionable
Order, 1961.
2. Declaration. The offices in the Public Service mentioned in the
Schedule to this Order are hereby declared to be pensionable offices within the
meaning of Section 2 (1) (b) of the Pensions Ordinance, 1948 (No. 16 of 1948).
SCHEDULE.
Stenotypist;
Assistant Government Printer;
Press Minder;
Junior Press Minder;
Forest Ranger;
Organizer (in the Education Department);
Assistant Matron and Sister Tutor;
Radiographer;
Public Health Superintendent;
Public Health Inspector;
Electrical Inspector;
Engineering Assistant (Roads);
Engineering Assistant (Water);
Engineering Assistant (Works);
Statistical Officer;
Assistant Statistical Officer.

Made by the Administrator in Council under Section 2 (1) (b) of the
Pensions Ordinance, 1948 (No. 16 of 1948) this 12th day of September, 1961.
WINSTON B. D. JACOBS,
(C.M.F. 12.) Clerk of Executive Council.

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