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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
Alternate Title: Government gazette
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Physical Description: v. : ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Saint Vincent
Publisher: G.P.O.
Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
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Publication Date: July 3, 1962
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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 bi) authority.


VOL. 95.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1962. [No. 37.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 191.
SUSPENSION OF GRENADA CONSTITUTION

The following texts of telegrams between the Chief Minister and the
Secretary of State for the Colonies on the above subject are published for
general information:-
From Chief Minister to Secretary of State
Position abruptly created by suspension Grenada's Constitution and an
absolute Government by the rule of one man Administrator Lloyd outstrips
Guiana 1953 suspension. Conditions must inevitably affect Federal pro-
posals of Eight Common Services and representation peoples of Grenada.
Action taken by Secretary of State regarding Grenada's Constitution is not in
keeping with the agreement reached Marlborough House and must be regarded
as gravely endangering efforts of the territories to federate.
Firm protest of this Government is registered against this drastic action
administered to the people of Grenada.
From Secretary of State to Chief Minister
I have taken action in Grenada with very great regret and only because
former. Chief Minister left me with no alternative. Not only did he resort to
every possible device to prevent any enquiry being held into charges made
against him but, having received report, his comments on it indicated that
he showed no sign of appreciating seriousness of its findings or of being
willing to do anything to remedy situation. In view of my responsibilities
for good government in Grenada and for proper expenditure of United King.
dom monies provided for that territory I clearly could not allow this state
of affairs to continue or to permit former government to remain in office.
There is no reason in my opinion why action taken in Grenada should
delay preparations now proceeding for setting up new Federation and I re-
affirm my desire that these should go ahead as planned at our conference.
Your suggestion that action taken in Grenada was contrary to Marl-
borough House Agreement is I take it related to procedure set out in para-
graph 28 of Conference Report. That procedure was of course designed for











204 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1962.-(No. 37.)


stage when new Federation has been established and cannot be operative
before then. If your suggestion is that former Chief Minister of Grenada
should have been given sixty days in which to take steps to rectify position I
would point out that as indicated above Mr. Gairy showed no sign whatever
during the considerable period which elapsed between publication of Com-
mission's Report and suspension of Constitution that he appreciated serious-
ness of Commission's findings or that he intended to take steps of any kind
to remedy situation. Nor would the holding of a general election as provided
for by the Marlborough House Formula have sufficed on its own without the
kind of tightening up of the constitution for which provision has now been
made having regard to my responsibilities to Parliament for proper expendi-
ture of United Kingdom funds voted for Grenada.
Finally your telegram suggests that my action has been directed against
the people of Grenada. On the contrary action is intended in the best
interests of the people not only of Grenada but of all British territories in
Caribbean area. To have failed to take this action would have precipitated
serious loss of public confidence in the whole area from the consequence of
which all would have suffered.
Government Office,
29th June, 1962.

No. 192.
ACTING APPOINTMENTS.

Consequent on the absence of the Hon. E. T. JosHUA, Chief Minister, from
the Territory, the Hon. S. E. SLATER, Minister for Social Services and Educa-
tion has been appointed to act as Chief Minister, in conjunction with his duties
as Minister for Social Services and Education, with effect from 3rd July, 1962
and until further notice.
3rd July, 1962.
(C. 68.)

No. 193.
Consequent on the absence of the Hon. C. L. TANNIS, Minister for Com-
munications, Works and Labour, from the Territory, the Hon. Mrs. I. I. JOSHUA,
Member without Portfolio, has been appointed to act as Minister for Communi-
cations and Works with effect from 3rd July, 1962 and until further notice.
The Hon. A. C. ALLEN, Minister for Trade and Production, has been tem-
porarily charged with the administration of the department or subject of Labour
during the absence of Mr. TANNIS from the Colony.
3rd July, 1962.
(C. 68.)

No. 194.
NEW TOURIST BOARD APPOINTED

A new Tourist Board has been appointed for a period of two years as from
1st June, 1962.
The Members of the Board are as follows:-
1. Mr. FRED DARE .. (Merchant.)
2. Mr. EDWIN LAYNE .. (Merchant.)
3. Mr. GERRY PALMER .. (Hotel Proprietor.)
4. Mrs. SYLVIA DASILVA .. (Hotel Proprietress.)
5. Mrs. OSBERGA LAYNE .. (Hotel Proprietress.)
6. Mr. C. L. SPROTT .. (Representing Shipping and Airlines.)
7. Mr. EDGAR REDDOCK .. (Travel Agent.)
8. Mr. GEORGE KING (Taxi Driver.)
9. Mr. DAVID JACK .. (Caribbean Pioneer Industries Ltd.)
10. Mr. GEOFFREY GUNN .. (Representing Jaycees.)
11. Mr. C. G. HUGGINS .. (Principal Secretary in the Ministry
responsible for Tourism.)
At the Inaugural Meeting held on Tuesday 26th June, 1962, Mr. FRED DARE
was elected Chairman of the Board..
3rd July, 1962.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1962.-(No. 37.) 20


No. 195.


RESUMPTION.


With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 99 of 17th April, 1962, Mr. Justice
G. L. TAYLOR, Puisne Judge, Windward
and Leeward Islands, resumed duty on
Wednesday, 20th June, 1962.
3rd July, 1962.
(P.F. 880.)

No. 196.
With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 412 of 5th December, 1961, Mrs.
ERCELLE CUMMINGS, Class I Clerk, In-
land Revenue Department, resumed
duty on 27th June, 1962.
3rd July, 1962.
(P.F. 211.)

No. 197.
VACATION LEAVE.

Miss GRACE DAISLEY, Class I Clerk,
General Post Office, has been granted
144 days vacation leave with effect from
1st July, 1962.
3rd July, 1962.
(P.F. 582.)

No. 198.
Miss SHIRLEY SUTHERLAND, Class II
Clerk, Government Office, has been
granted 72 days vacation leave with
effect from 1st July, 1962.
(P.F. 967.)
By Command,
E. A. BRATIIWAITE,
Chief Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
3rd July, 1962.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

SALE OF PLANTS-BOTANIC
GARDENS & CAMDEN PARK
EXPERIMENT STATIONS

It is notified for general information
that supplies of the following plants
are now available at the below men-
tioned stations:-
Camden Park
294 grafted mangoes (varieties-
Julie, Ceylon, Imperial, Hayden) at
$1.00 per plant. A further 300 plants
will be ready shortly.


76 budded Avocado pears (Pollock,
Simmonds and Lula) at 75( per plant.
1022 budded citrus plants of the follow-
ing varieties:-
Oranges-Valencia, Parson Brown,
Lue Gim Gong, Pineapple, Washing-
ton Navel, etc.
Grapefruit-Marsh Seedless
Tangerines and Mandarin (King
Orange)
All citrus plants are available at 50(
each.
Pineapple plants--3 each.
Botanic Gardens
292 grafted mangoes (varieties-
Julie, Ceylon, Imperial, Hayden &
Bombay) at $1.00 per plant.
130 budded Avocado pears (Sim-
monds, Pollock & Lula plus some good
local selections) at 75 each.
1000 odd budded citrus plants of the
following varieties:-
Oranges-Valencia, Parson Brown,
Lue Gim Gong, Pineapple, Washing-
ton Navel, etc.
Mandarin-King 'Orange'
Ortanique & Ugli (like mandarins
-very good)
Tangerines and Grapefruit
Limes
All citrus plants are at 500 each.
Pineapple plants-3 each.
Secure your plants now for the
earlier you plant with the rains the
better the chances of survival.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
5th June, 1962.


CENTRAL HOUSING AND
PLANNING AUTHORITY

NOTICE

The undermentioned persons are
hereby notified that if the Arrears on
instalments for the houses purchased
at the Stoney Ground Housing Scheme
are not paid within two months from
the date of this publication, the
Authority would enforce the terms of
the Registered Agreements.
B. R. NEEHALL,
Secretary and Technical Officer.

Names
Lucy Jeffers
Bertie John
Clemeth Lawrence
Edward Lewis
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
22nd June, 1962.












206 SAINT VINCENT,.TUESDAY, 3 JULY,.1962.-(No. 37.)


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES AND COIN IN CIRCULATION IN: THE
BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1ST JUNE, 1962


Notes


Coins


Average circulation during April, 1962
British Caribbean Currency
Demonetized Government Notes

Total Average

British Caribbean notes and coins in
circulation on 1st June, 1962


Trinidad and Tobago ...... ...... ....
Barbados ......
British Guiana ...... ...... ......
Grenada ...... ..........
St. Vincent ...... ..... ..... ......
St Lucia ...... ... ...... ......
Dom inica ...... ...... ......
Antigua ...... ........ .....
St. Kitts ...... ......
Montserrat ..........
"Proof Sets" of Cns ...... ......

Total British Caribbean notes and coir
in. circulation on 1st June, 1982
Demonetized Government notes out-
standing-on 1st June, 1962
Trinidad and Tobago ....
British Guiana ...... ...... ......
Barbados...... ...

Total Government notes outstanding

Total circulation on 1st June, 1962


Headquarters,
IBLtBsh OaribLean Currency Board,
Treasury Building,
Port of Spain,
TRINIDAD.

SAINT VINCENT b
a
IN THE'SUPREME COURT OF THE a
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND u
LEEWARD ISLANDS p
A.D. 1960 t
-1
Suit No. 156/60. s
BaTWEEK: s
DOROTHY JOHNSON
Plaintiff


GERTRUDE GABRIEL
(Administratrix of the Estate of
Joseph Gabriel ddeeased)
defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that on
Saturday, the 21st day of July, 1962,


94,459,971
980,348

$95,440,319


$4,779,752


$4,779,752


43,3P2,243
7,730,225
30,764,845
5,087,100
720,300
1,269,000
2,319,400
4,386,300
873,600
257,300


2,162,121
679,450
1,017.786
213,800
114,325
141,825
122,725
160,175
139,575
26,100
1,870


$96,800,313 4,779,752


674,246
241,265
64,229


979,740

$97,780,053 4,779,752

L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.


betweenn the hours of 12 o'clock noon
nd i3 p.m. there will be put up for sale
It the Court House in Kingstown the
ndermentioned goods and chattels, the
property of the above-named defendant,
Gertrude. Gabriel (Administratrix of
he Estate of Joseph Gabriel, deceased),
evied upon by virtue of a writ of
seizure and sale issued in the above
uit:--
Oue wooden house with roof covered
with galvanised iron situate at
Frenches.
Dated the 29th day of June, 1962.


D. A. NILES,
Acting Deputy Registrar
Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 JULY, 1962.-(No. 37.) 207


NOTICE.

THE WINDWARD ISLANDS
BANANA GROWERS'
ASSOCIATION.

CONTRACTUAL INSURANCE OF
PLANT MATS.

Provision has been made for banana
growers to insure plant mats, that is
young mats from which a bunch has not
been harvested, against loss caused by
windstorm and hurricane. Plant mats
are not covered by statutory insurance.
The minimum number of plant mats
that can be insured is 100 mats, which
must be planted in a block.
To effect contractual insurance for
the ensuing year commencing the 1st
July, 1962, to 30th June, 1963, the
grower must apply to the Windward
Islands Banana Growers' Association,
in writing, stating the number of plant
mats and describing the area in which
th, plant mats are growing.
The premium shall be five cents (5)
per mat which must be paid on the date
that the insurance becomes effective.
To qualify for benefit payment twen-
ty percent (20%) or more of the con-
tractually insured plant mats must be
affected or damaged by a windstorm or
hurricane.
The benefit to be paid shall be based
at the rate of fifty cents (50) per dam-
aged mat.


For further particulars please con-
tact the Windward Islands Banana
Growers' Association or the Local (In-
surance) Officer.


3rd July. 1962.


D. A. PERR'YMAN,
General Manager.


SALE OF FISH.

It is notified for general information
that purchasing of fish at Canouan has
been resumed.
Regular supplies of gutted, cleaned
fish can now be obtained ex Mr. Fred
DeNobriga's Cold Storage opposite the
Customs Warehouse.
HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent nt of Agriculture.
26th June, 1962.

NOTICE

MAPS FOR SALE.

LANDS AND SURVEYS DEPARTMENT.

The General Public is notified that
the Surveys Department now has on
sale a new medium size (1/50,000) map
of St. Vincent-price 854.
Persons who have already placed or-
ders for these maps may call at the
Surveys Department for them.
H. R. WASON,
Crown Surveyor.
6th June, 1962.


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




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