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SAINT VINCENT



GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


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VOL. 95.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 JULY, 1962. [No. 40.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 205.
HURRICANE NCTICES.
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:-


KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS




17th July, 1962


(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.


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) Loud Speaker and Radio i (2) Church Bells will ring for
announcements. 5 minutes.


No. 206.
LAND ARRANGEMENTS.
I.-ANuNAL.


Justices of the Peace and of persons
who may suitably be enrolled as Special
Constables should the necessity arise.


Non-Commissioned Officers in charge II.-HURRICANE WARNINGS.
of Police Stations throughout the The Cable and Wireless Company Ltd.
parishes outside of Kingstown are Hur- gives priority to hurricane warnings, and
ricane Relief Officers. They are to be communicates them at once to the Ad-
in constant touch with the District minis rator and to the Secretary, Central
Committees and must render them Hurri ane Committee who will then
useful service in hurricane condi- notif the Financial Secretary and the
tions. They are to keep a list of local Chief of Police.


CAUTIONARY













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 JULY, 1962.-(No. 40.)


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 CE 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-


ticns 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 KINGSTOWN.
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. VINCENT 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.-RETURNS.
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 treir preparations with re-
gard to hurricane arrangements are up
to date and ih order.
17th July, 1962.


No. 207.
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,
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.
17th July, 1962.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 JULY, 1962.-(No. 40.) 219


No. 208.
The District Hurricane Committees for 1962 are as follows:
CHATEAUBELAIR.


CHATEAUBELAIR DISTRICT embrac-
ing Petit Bordel, Sharpes and Fitz
Hughes.


James Gordon, Esq., Chairman,
Alphonso Dennie, Esq.,
Rev. Patterson Deane,
Mrs. Florence James,
Miss Alethia Daisey,
Charles Patterson, Esq.


TROUMACA.


TROUMACA DISTRICT embracing
Troumaca, Westwood, Rose Hall and
Rose Bank.


Mauxford Providence, Esq., Chairman,
Timothy Providence, Esq.,
Rupert Bascombe, Esq.,
Edmund Richards, Esq.,
Mrs. Enid Walker,
Theophilus Harry, Esq.


BARROUALLIE.


BARROUALLIE DISTRICT embracing
Barrouallie, Spring Village, Cumber-
land, Wallilabou, Peters Hope, and
Mt. Wynne.


Reginald Ash, Esq., Chairman,
The Revenue Officer,
Wills Gould, Esq.,
Ivan Charles, Esq.,
Selwyn Connell, Esq.,
Robert Slater, Esq.


LAYOU.


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


Donald Cambridge, Esq., Chairman,
Hon. H. F. Young,
Algernon Douglas, Esq.,
George Walker, Esq.,
Erie Douglas, Esq.,
Mrs. Belle James.


KINGSTOWN.


KINGSTOWN DISTRICT embracing
Kingstown, Lowmans, Montrose, Edin-
boro, Boiswood, Sion Hill, Cane Gar-
den, Dorsetshire Hill, Arnos Vale,
Belair, Gomea, Dauphine.


G. A. M. Allen, Esq., Chairman,
R. Marksman, Esq.,
C. L. Martin, Esq.,
S. F. Peters, Esq.,
B. A. DeShong, Esq.,
I. Shoy, Esq.,
II. K. Tannis, Esq.,
B. O. Bonadie, Esq.,
E. W. Reddock, Esq.


CALLIAQUA.
CALLIAQUA DISTRICT embracing Cal- Eric Alexander, Esq., Chairman,
liaqua, Villa, Ratho Mill, Prospect and Joseph E. Matthews, Esq.,
Brighton. 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.,
Alfred Clarke, Esq.,
Rev. K. G. Swanston,
H. E. A. Daisley, Jr., Esq.


MESOPOTAMIA.


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


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













220 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 JULY, 1962.-(No. 40.)


LOWMANS/BIABOU.


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


Offord Morris, Esq., Chairman,
A. Louis Mandeville, 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.


Basil Balcombe, Esq., Chairman,
Rev. Fr. Leon Doyle,
C. Stephens, Esq.,
Elford Kirby, Esq.,
Miss Victoria Beach,
Miss Inez Dasent.


GEORGETOWN.


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


Major F. M. C. Hobson, Chairman,
George Stephens, Esq., Deputy Chair-
man,
Anglican Clergyman i/c,
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,
Rev. M. A. E. Thomas.

UNION ISLAND.


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


BEQUIA.


Floris Simmons Esq., Chairman,
The Revenue Officer, Bequla,
Cyprian John, Esq.,
Claude Peters, Esq.,
Dawson, Walace, Esq.,
Cyril Mitchell, Esq.


CANOUAN.


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

MAYREAU.

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

MYSTIQUE.

The Proprietor of Mustique (or his
agent),
The Headteacher, Mustique.


CANOUAN.


MAYREAU


MUSTIQUE.


UNION ISLAND.


BEQUIA.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 JULY, 1962.-(No. 40.) 221


The following is a summary of the 2. The District Committees will ar-
instructions issued to the Committees. range, in consultation with the District
In t Medical Officer for the transportation of
ing this Island the Chairman of each the injured to first-aid stations; trans-
ing this Island the chairman of each ferring the seriously wcunded to Kings-
District Committee will act at once with- town for hospitalisation; detention of
out further orders or instructions and te slightly wounded at first-aid stations
inaugurate such immediate relief work in the districts; establishment of central
as he considers the exigencies of the kitchens to cope with immediate de-
situation demand, inclusive of a tem:or- mands for relief food rationing and
ary hospital and first aid stations. He distribution of foodstuffs; housing and
will immediately summon his Committee. clothing of distressed persons.
collect the following information and
submit to head quarters as car!y as pos- 3. Should the roads be blocked so
sible:- that communication with the District
(a) Number of persons killed. Chairman is not possible each member
seriously wounded. of the Cjonmittee will act on his own
i ly w initiative and organise relief parties to
,, slightly wounded rcciuir- clear the roads and ive first aid until
ing medical attention. such time as he can communicate with
(b) ,, of persons destitute. the Chairman.


(c) ,, of houses totally des-
troyed.
partially destroyed and
unfit for habitation.
(d) What food is required immediately.
(e) What clothes are required imme
diately.
(f) What medical stores are required
immediately.
(g) Condition of Roads.


In this event each member of a Com-
mittee will send a written statement to
the Central Committee as required in
1 (a) to (g), transmitting a copy as soon
as possible to the Chairman of his dis-
trict committee.
4. The first duty of a Committee is
to see that roads are cleared at once
so that communication can be estab-
lished.
17th July, 1962.


No. 209.
The following list of traders hold essential foodstuffs etc. during the
hurricane season:


KINGSTOWN:


SCorea & Co. Ltd.
J. H. Hazell Sons & Co. Ltd.
United Traders Ltd.
Baynes Bros.
P. H. Veira & Co.
Amy Providence
C. K. Greaves
G. W. Frank & Sons
W. J. Abbott & Co.
George Forde
J. S. Veira
G. A. Veira & Sons
Fitzroy Roberts & Sons
Hubert Hinds
Edward Shoy
Edmund Webb
Peter DaSilva
Sanitary Bakery
Royal Bakery


CHATEAUBELAIR:


..... Florence James
Louis Gellizeau
Estelle Morgan
Bertram McKenzie
Almena Ottley
Jonathan A. Tucker
Catherine Burke

...... Enid Walker
M. Smith
Marion R-bertssn


TROUMACA:












222 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY,


R03EEANK:


ROSEHA-LL:


COULLS HILL:


. G. Delpeche
M. King


..... A. Stapleton
N. Samuel

...... C. Charles


SPRING VILLAGE:





'~BAfRO0ALLIE:









LAYOU:















VERMONT:




QUESTELLES:




LOWMANS HILL:



CALLIAQUA:






BRIGHTON & BELVEDERE:


GOMEA:


..... Rebecca Duncan
Hubert Davis
Enoch Morris
Cecil Charles
Adina Richards

Selwyn Connell
Nathaniel Blugh
Reginald Ash
William O'Garro
Wilmoth Oliver
Ruby Ollivierre
Joseph Anderson
Irvine Layne


..... Beryl Hadaway
George Walker
Edward P. Fraser
Donald Cambridge
Albert Gaymes
Manie Jack
George Durham
Alcine Robertson
Anna Keane
Leo McDowall
Richard Sam
Besina Trimmingham
Esmin Melville
Grace Martin
Ena Palmer
Carmin Hazlewood

..... Lennie Slater
Austin Mattis
Erry Mattis
Una Finch

...... T. Collins
Jack Bros.
Esau Williams
Fitz Williams

...... Rupert Venner
R. A. Gibson


Simeon Cumberbatch
John Dougan
Hubert Toney
...... Lawrence Robinson
.Mrs. Agatha Hunte


P. Phillips
SC. Charles
.. Mrs. C. Veira
... M. Morgan


..Afflick Haynes
Ephraim Adams


17 JULY, 1962.-(No. 40.)














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 JULY, 1962.-(No. 40.) 22:


STUBBS:


CALDER:


MT. PLEASANT:


VICTORIA VILLAGE:


ENHAMS:

DIAMOND:


MESOPOTAMIA:


LOWMANS/BIABOU ETC.:










RICHLAND PARK:



HOPEWELL:


COLONARIE:




BYERA HILL:




GEORGETOWN:





SANDY BAY:


BEQUIA:
Port Elizabeth


Hamilton


...... Doris Charles
W. A. Falby
Gladys Hutchinson
Dilla McLean
S. Rogers
Edmund McDonald
Samuel Olllvierre
Andrew Samuel
Henry Pope
Elva Power
Boston Deane
Griffith Thomas
James Hutchinson
A. Clarke

..... James Nelson
Robert Dick

.... Dorcus Caruth

Clarence Joslyn
William Henry
Alfred Joslyn

Amos Bacchus
Hubert DaSilva
Velma Browne & Son
..... Samuel James
George Goodluck
Cyril Hull
Grace Minors
Bill Williams
Dalton Gerrick
Jerome Shearman
Henry Morris
Lawrence Jack
Offord Morris
Theophilus Homer
.... J. Bacchus
D. Bacchus
Gladys Bacchus
Francis DaSilva
Benedict DaSilva
Albert Carr

...... Alban iGosalves
Ridley Ryan
Vida McDowall
Alban Pereira

- St. Clair Boyea
Adc phus Showe
Leonora Horne
Elijah James

Owen Lewis
Mt. Bentinck Shop
Percy Stephens
H. Coombs
Percy Phillips

Ernest Nanton
William Sutherland
Augustus Hoyte

...... Ermine Tannis
Cyril McIntosh
Vincent Bunyan
_ George Duncan













224 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 JULY, 1962.-(No. 40.)


BEQUIA:
Mt. Pleasant


Low Bay

Friendship

La Pompe

Paget Farm


CANOUAN:


UNION ISLAND:
Ashton


...... Evelyn Davis

...... Leon Ollivierre

...... Luther Stowe

......Louis Ollivierre

...... Clovis Derrick
Stephen Derrick

......Rebecca Telemacque
Austin Lewis
Simon Pompey
Lena Lewis


Vernal Hutchinson
Ezekiel Jones
Alexander Stewart
Walter Wilson


John Allen


17th July, 1962.


No. 210.
OBITUARY.

His Honour the Acting Adminis-
trator has learnt with deep regret of
the death of Mr. R. M. ANDERSON,
M.B.E., a Solicitor of Kingstown and
formerly a member of the St. Vin-
cent Civil Service, which occurred
on 11th July, 1962.
17th July, 1962.
(336.)




No. 211.
APPOINTMENTS.

In accordance with Section 18 of
Ordinance No. 1 of 1949, Mr. GEMEL
KING has been appointed Collecting
Officer for the Magistrate's Court at
Mesopotamia with effect from 1st July,
1962.
17th July, 1962.
(J. 9/1951.)


No. 212.
In accordance with Section 18 of
Ordinance No. 1 of 1949, Mr. NORMAN
FINDLAY has been appointed Collecting
Officer for the Magistrate's Court at
Barrouallie with effect from 1st July,
1962.
17th July, 1962.
(J. 9/1951.)


No. 213.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 147 of 22nd May, 1962, Mr. RONALD
CHAMBERS, Draughtsman, Public Works
Department, resumed duty on 2nd July,
1962.
17th July, 1962.
(P.F. 775.)

No. 214.
VACATION LEAVE.

Mr. O. S. BARROW, Clerk of the Legis-
lative Council, has been granted six
weeks vacation leave with effect from
16th July, 1962.
By Command,

E. A. BRATHWA1TE,
Chief Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
17th July, 1962.
(P.F. 563.)


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

CENTRAL HOUSING AND
PLANNING AUTHORITY.

The undermentioned persons are
hereby notified that if the Arrears on
instalments for the houses purchased at
the Paul's Lot Housing Scheme are not
paid within two months from the date
of this publication, the Authority would


Clifton












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 JULY, 1962.-(No. 40.) 25
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enforce the terms of the Registered
Agreements.
B. R. NEEHALL,
Secretary and Technical Officer.
Names.
Estella Ammon
Samuel Bonadie
Samuel Batson
Rita Culzac
Christiana Cunningham
Hilda Daniel
Rose Joseph
Agnes James
Linton Lee
George Neptune
Arnold Phillips
Caroline Quashie
Inez Raguette
Adina Sheppard
Cornelius Sayers
Daisy Williams
Lilian Weekes
Maude Williams
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
10th July, 1962.


POLICE NOTICES.

FOUND PROPERTY.

The undermentioned articles were
found at the Back Street, Kingstown on
4th January, 1962:-


One old Copio Basket with
Purse containing $40.50
dollars and fifty cents).


Owner can collect same at Central
Police Station on proper identification.

C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police.
4th July, 1962.

There will be put up for sale by
Public Auction on Wednesday 18th
July, 1962, at Police Headquarters,
Kingstown, the allowing articles:-
Seven pieces local lumber
12 dozen Graniaplhon Records
One pair Gent's Shoes
C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Kingstown,
2nd July, 1962.


SAINT VINCENT
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS
A.D. 1960

Suit No. 156/60
BETWEEN
DOROTHY JOHNSON
Plaintiff
AND
GERTRUDE GABRIEL
(Administratrix of the Estate of
Joseph Gabriel deceased)
Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given -hat on
Saturday, the 21st day of July, 1962,
between the hours of 12 o'clock noon
and 3 p.m. there will be put up for sale
at the Court House in Kingstown the
undermentioned goods and chttPlq, the
property of the above-named defendant,
Gertrude Gabriel (Administratrix of
the Estate of Joseph Gabriel, deceased),
levied upon by virtue of a writ of
seizure and sale issued in the above
suit:-
One 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.


a Clothy S TIN .
(Forty SAINT VINCENT.
(Forty I


BY AUTHORITY OF THE
PATENTS ORDINANCE
(Chapter 155 of the Revised Laws of
St. Vincent, 1926).

(Gazetted 10th July, 1962.)

NOTICE is hereby given that an appli-
cation was on the 23rd day of June,
1962, made by Imperial Chemical In-
dustries Limited of Imperial Chemical
House, Millbank, London, S.W. 1, Eng-
land, for a pai ent for HEiBICIDAL
COMPOSITIONS.
2. This invention relates to certain
new and useful improvements in herbi-
cidal compositions.
H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar of Patents.
Patent Office,
Saint Vincent,
10th July, 1962.













226 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 JULY, 1962.-(No. 40.)


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 21st of July, 1962, between the hours of 10.30 a.m. and
2 p.m. at the Troumaea Government School.

KINGSTOWN AND SOUTH LEEWARD DISTRICTS.
On Saturday 21st of July, 1962, between the hours of 7.80-9.00 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 WINDWARD DISTRICT.
On Friday 20th day of July, 1962, between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and
6.00 p.m. at the Georgetown Government School.

CENTRAL WINDWARD DISTRICT.

On Friday 20th day of July, 1962, 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 20th day of July, 1962, 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 Btubbs, 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 20th day of July, 1962, 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
1961-62 are entitled to vote and each person is entitled to one vote only.

HUGH S. MlCONNIB,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
10th July, 1962.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 JULY, 1962.-(No. 40.) 227

BI5 OAWIM 9M10W and progre as bh wsa by the tum re-
Sports are considered satisfactory.
A competitive examination for the 7. Candidates wll be examined in
award of scholarships for boys and English (including Reading and Com-
girls tenable at the Grammar School prehension) and Arithmetic, and shall
and Girls' High School will be held at be given 4a Intelligence Test.
the Richmopgod Wi Government School 8. Applications accompanied by
on Friday, 5th October, 1962 beginning proper proof of age must reach the
at 9.00 a.m. educationn Office not later than Satur-
2. The Scholarships are open to day 8th September, 1962.
pupils attending Government or Assis-
ted Primary Schools or Private Schools JiMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
which satisfy the requirements of the Education Oficer.
Board of Education, and entitle the
holders to free tuition, games and Department of Education,
library fees and the necessary school Kingstown.
books and stationery. All Scholarship 9th July, 1962.
holders, who during the tenure of a
scholarship normally reside not less
than two miles from the limits of DYNAMITING OF FISH IN THE
Kingstown measured by the shortest
public highway, shall be entitled to GRENADINES.
receive a maintenance grant at the rate
of one hundred and ninety-two dollars It has been brought to the notice of
($192.00) per annum; provided that the Government that certain persons
should a scholarship holder cease to have been engaged in the pernicious
reside, for any period during the tenure practice of dynamiting fish in and
of the scholarship, no maintenance around the St. Vincent Grenadines.
grant shall be paid in respect of such The Public is hereby reminded that
period, unless such scholarship holder the possession of explosives without a
is living away from home for the pur- licence from the Chief of Police consti-
pose of taking advantage of the scholar- tutes an offence under the Explosives
ship. Ordinance No. 22 of 1950, punishable
3. Candidates must (a) have been by a fine of Four Hundred and Eighty
less than 12 years of age on the 15th Dollars.
September, 1962. Age must be proved Ministry for Trade and Production.
by a birth or baptismal certificate.
(b) have attended a Government or 10th July, 1962.
Assisted Primary or Private School (T.P.451.)
which satisfies the requirements of the
Board of Education, during the twelve
months preceding the 15th September, NOTICE.
1962, for not less than 75% of the maxi-
mum attendances possible during such THE WINDWARD ISLANDS
period, as shown in the Attendance AAA GRO
Register kept in the School. (c) fur- BANANA GROWERS
nish certificates of good conduct from ASSOCIATION.
the Head Teacher or Head Teachers of
such School or Schools. (d) be natives CONTRACTUAL INSURANCE OF
of the Colony, or children of natives PLANT MATs.
or have been resident in the Colony for
at least two years. Provision has been made for banana
4. The Education Officer is em- growers to insure plant mats, that is
powered to accept for examination any young mats from which a bunch has not
candidate who, through illness has been harvested, against loss caused by
failed to comply with the requirements windstorm and hurricane. Plant mats
of paragraph 3 (b) above, with respect are not covered by statutory insurance.
to the number of attendances. The minimum number of plant mats
5. No Scholarship shall be awarded that can be insured is 100 mats, which
to any candidate who obtains less than must be planted in a block.
one-third of the possible marks in each To effect contractual insurance for
subject and less than one-half of the the ensuing year commencing the lst
total possible marks in the examination. July, 1962, to 30th June, 1963, the
6. Scholarships are awarded for a grower must apply to the Windward
period of not more than six years pro- Islands Banana Growers' Association,
vided the scholar's attendance, conduct in writing, stating the number of plant











228 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 JULY, 1962.-(No. 40.)

mats and describing the area in which The benefit to be paid shall be based
the plant mats are growing. at the rate of fifty cents (50#) per dam-
The premium shall be five cents (5#) aged mat. .
per mat which must be paid on the date For further particulars please con-
that the insurance becomes effective. tact the Windward Islands Banana
Growers' Association or the Local (In.
To qualify for benefit payment twen- surance) Officer.
ty percent (20%) or more of the con-
tractually insured plant mats must be D. A. PERRYMAN,
affected or damaged by a windstorm or General Manager.
hurricane. 3rd July, 1962.


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