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SAINT VINCENT



GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


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VOL. 96.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1963. [No. 37.



GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 227.
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
rectangular centre will be
flown on Police Headquar-
ters.
(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
(3) Three saluting guns will be
fired.
(1) A red flag with a black
rectangular centre will be
flown from Police Stations.
(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
3.


(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. 228.
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 be
in constant touch with the District
Committees and must render therr.


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-


/ 3sS


KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS




16th July, 1963









180 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1963.-(No. 37.)


ministrator and to the Secretary, Central I buildings can be used as first aid sta-
Hurricane Committee who will then tions and for housing and feeding the
notify the Financial Secretary and the destitute.
Chief of Police. I Relief Committees will arrange in con-
On receipt of such a warning the junction with District Medical Officers
Secretary, Central Hurricane also in- for transport of injured to first aid sta-
forms all other Heads of Departments, tions.
and the Chief of Police immediately re- Relief Committees will arrange to
lays such warning to Non-Commissioned shelter the homeless and for their feed-
Officers in charge of Police Stations. ing.
From the time a hurricane warning Relief Committees will issue food (if
is received, the Hurricane Relief Corn- they have taken charge of local supplies),
mittees are to take charge generally of to first aid stations on demand by Dis-
the Districts. They will at once get in trict Medical Officers.
touch with the Police in their Districts
and the officers mentioned in the follow- V.-AcinoN m KINcrTWN.
ing paragraphs; they are to be ready to
organise relief work with the Medical In Kingstown all action, as indicated
Departinent, to disseminate all informa- above, will be carried on by the
tion; to make arrangements for food sup- Kingstown District Committee save that
plies;4to make arrangements for centres the Financial Secretary, the Superinten-
for first aid for the injured, for housing dent of Agriculture and the Labour Com-
and feeding the poor and for transport. missioner will be in charge of food sup-
plies, and the Chief of Police will be in
III.-AcTION TO BE TAKEN AFTER WARNING charge of the collection and protection
ISSTUED. of the homeless.

- The Chief of Police will warn all Non- VI.-ST. VINCENT GRENADINES.
Commissioned Officers in charge of Police
Stations. and they in turn warn inhabi- The District Officer, St. Vincent Gren-
tants, ships in the harbour &c. adines and/or the individual Relief
All Departments will batten down and Committees will take any necessary
secure loose stores. action in the islands in hurricane con-
The Superintendent of Public Works editions.
will get in touch with Road Overseers VII.- rrrNs.
and they and the drivers and gangs will V.-ET
be on the alert.
e on theant Superintendent of Tele- The Financial Secretary, the Senior
The Assistant Superintendent of Tele- a O o Police
phones will get in touch with all lines- Medcal Officer, the chief of Police
men, and arrange with all Exchanges and the Superintendent of Public
for the dissemination of warnings. Works will render a return annually to
f t>e Administrator on the 1st July to the
eIVAect that their preparations with re-
IV-AFTER THE HU NE. ird hurricane arrangements are up

After the hurricane is over, the Re-to date and in order.
lief Committees will decide on what 1 16th July, 1963.

No. 229.
CENTRAL HURRICANE COMMITTEE.

It is notified for general information that the Central Hurricane Committee
is comprised of:-
His Honour the Administrator, Chairman,
The Honourable Chief Minister, Deputy Chairman,
The Minister for Communications and Works,
Rev. Fr. R. C. Wynne,
The Very Rev. Father M. Leo Curtin, S.F.M.,
Methodist Minister in Charge of the Kingstownr 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,
The Public Assistance Officer,
Representative of C.D.C.,
H. A. Davis, Esq., O.B.E., Deputy President British Red Cross Society, St.
Vincent Branch,
Secretary: O. S. Barrow, Esq., Government Office.
16th July, 1963.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1963.-(No. 37.) 1


No. 230.
The District Committees for 1963 are as follows:

CHATEAUBELAIR.
CHATEAUBELAIR DISTRICT embrac- Charles Patterson, Esq., Chairman,
ing Petit Bordel, Sharpes and Fitz Carlton Scott, Esq..
Hughes. Bertram McKenzie, Esq.,
Rev. Granville Forde,
Mrs. Florence James,
Leopold Anthony, Esq.

TROUMACA.


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


Mauxford Providence, Esq., Chairman,
William Byam, Esq.,
Elverton Providence, 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,
Wilmot Oliver, Esq.,
Leonard Adams, Esq.,
Sinclair Daniel, Esq.,
Miss Effie Findlay.


LAYOU.


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


Hon. H. F. Young, Chairman,
Gilbert Jack, Esq.,
James V. Simon, Esq.,
Errey Douglas, Esq.,
Mrs. Belle James,
Olphonso Lewis, Esq.


KINGSTOWN.


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


S. F. Peters, Esq., Chairman,
R. F. Marksman, Esq.,
B. A. DeShong, Esq.,
H. B. Crichton, Esq.,
S. N. Ballantyne, Esq.,
B. O. Bonadie, Esq.,
G. A. M. Allen, Esq.,
H. K. Tannis, Esq.,
E. W. Reddock, Esq.,
V. G. I. DaSilva, Esq.


CALLIAQUA.
CALLIAQUA DISTRICT embracing Cal- William H. Huggins, Esq., Chairman,
liaqua, Villa, Ratho Mill, Prospect and George McIntosh, Esq.,
Brighton. G. P. Dougan, Esq.,
R. A. Clouden, Esq.,
Eric Alexander, Esq.
Joseph E. Matthews, 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. P. A. Deane, Esq.,
H. E. A. Daisley, Jr., Esq.


MESOPOTAMIA.
MESOPOTAMIA DISTRICT embracing Hon. L. C. Latham, Chairman,
Mesopotamia, Richland Park, Hope- Vincent James, Esq.,
well, Evesham, Evesham Vale, Car- Mrs. Gwendolyn Collymore,
riere. Amos Bacchus, Esq.,
Egbert Samuel, Esq.,
Alonzo Drayton, Esq.











182 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1963.-(No. 37.)


LOWMANS/BIABOU.


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


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


COLONARIE.

COLONARIE DISTRICT embracing Co- Basil Balcombe, Esq., Chairman,
lonarie, San Souci, Park Hill, South Rev. Fr. R. Roberts,
Rivers, Mt. William, Gorse, Byera, etc. Elford Kirby, Esq.,
Miss Victoria Beach,
C. Stephens, Esq.,
Miss Inez Dasent.


GEORGETOWN.

GEORGETOWN DISTRICT (from Dry Major F. M. C. Hobson, Chairman,
River going North to Fancy). George Stephens, Esq.,
Fr. Huggins,
Mrs. A. Beach,
O'Carol John, Esq.


GEORGETOWN.

GEORGETOWN DISTRICT (from Dry John G. Richards, Esq., Chairman,
River going South to Byera) Shadrock Thomas, Esq.,
Leon Clarke, Esq.,
Rex Fraser, Esq.,
Miss Florence Wallace,
Harold Pilgrim, Esq.


UNION ISLAND.


UNION ISLAND.


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


BEQUIA.

Claude Peters, Esq., Chairman,
Lawrence Quashie, Esq.,
Cyprian John, Esq.,
Sydney McIntosh, Esq.,
Dawson Wallace, Esq.,
Cyril Mitchell, Esq.,
George Morris, Esq.


BEQUIA.


CANOUAN.


CANOUAN.


MAYREAU


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


MUSTIQUE.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1963.-(No. 37.)


The following is a summary of the 2. The District Committees will ar-
instructions issued to the Committees. range, in consultation with the District
Medical Officer for the transportation of
1. In the event of a hurricane strik- the injured to first-aid stations; trans-
ing this Island the Chairman of each ferring the seriously wounded to Kings-
District Committee will act at once with- town for hospitalisation; detention of
out further orders or instructions and the 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 tempor- nands for relief food: rationing and
ary hospital and first aid stations. He distribution of foodstuffs: housing and
will immediately summon his Committee thing cf distressed persons.
collect the following information and 3. Should the roads be blocked so
s 3. Should the roads be blocked so
sible:m- that communication with the District
sible :- ------ -
(a) Number of persons killed. Chairman is not possible each member
seriously wounc'e1. (. the Committee will act on his own
Initiative and organise relief parties to
slightly wounded, ireuir clear the roads and ive first aid until
ing medical attention. such time as he can communicate with
(b) ,, of persons destitute. the Chairman.
kc) of houses totally des In this event each member of a Com-
troyec. I -'ttee will send a written statement to
partially destroyed and the Central Committee as required in
partially 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 imr diately. strict committee.
(e) What clothes aie rc:uir'c imme- 4. The first duty of a Committee is
diately. to see that roads are cleared at once
(f) What medical stor4!: are required so that communication can be estab-
immediately. lished.
(g) Condition of Roads. 16th July, 1963.


No. 231.


The following
hurricane season:

KINGSTOWN:




















C11ATEAUBELAIR







TROUMACA:


list of traders hold essential foodstuffs etc. during the


Corea & 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
Lyric Trading Co.
McConnie's Super Market

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

..... Enid Walker
M. Smith
Marion Robertson












184 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1963.-(No. 37.)


ROSEBANK:


ROSEHALL:


COULLS HILL:


..... G. Delpeche
M. King

...... A. Stapleton
N. Samuel

...... C. Charles


SPRING VILLAGE:






BARROUALLIE:


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


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


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
Carmin Hazlewood


LAYOU:


VERMONT:


Lennie Slater
Austin Mattis
Erry Mattis
Una Finch


T. Collins
Jack Bros.
Esau Williams
Fitz Williams


QUESTELLES:


LOWMANS HILL:


CALLIAQUA:








BRIGHTON & BELVEDERE:


GOMEA:


Rupert Venner
R. A. Gibson

P. H. Veira & Co. Ltd.
John Dougan
Edith Toney
Lawrence Robinson
Mrs. Agatha Hunte
Margaret Dare
Brenetta Gibson
David James

E. Phillips
C. Charles
Mrs. C. Veira
M. Morgan
Rufus Pember


..... Afflick Haynes
Ephraim Adams












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1963.-(No. 37.)


STUBBS:


CALDER:


MT. PLEASANT:


VICTORIA VILLAGE:


ENHAMS:


DIAMOND & RIVULET:


MESOPOTAMIA:


LOWMANS/BIABOU ETC.:













RICHLAND PAK K:




HOPEWELL:


COLONARIE:




BYERA HILL:


GEORGETOWN:


SANDY BAY:


W. A. Falby
Gladys Hutchinson
Edmund McDonald
Andrew Samuel


..... Henry Payne
Boston Deane
Griffith Thomas


..... James Hutchinson
A. Clarke


....Robert Dick


Dorcus Caruth
Bentley Morford
Alma Fraser

Clarence Joslyn
Alfred Joslyn

Amos Bacchus
Hubert DaSilva
Velma Browne & Son

Samuel James
George Goodluck
Cyril Hull
Henry Minors
Bill Williams
Dalton Gerrick
Jerome Shearman
Henry Morris
Lawrence Jack
Offord Morris
Theophilus Homer
Charles Haywood
Albert Neverson

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
Leonard Horne
Elijah James

... Mt. Bentick Shop
Percy Stephens
H. Coombs
Percy Phillips
Rex Fraser
Viola Gatherer
George Huggins

.... Ernest Nanton
William Sutherland
Augustus Hoyte












186 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1963.-(No. 37.)


CANOUAN: ..... Thornhill Sandy
Walter Sergeant
Simon Pompey
Lena Lewis


BEQUIA:
Port Elizabeth



Hamilton

Mt. Pleasant


Low Bay

Friendship

La Pompe

Paget Farm


UNION ISLAND:
Ashton


..... Ermine Tannis
Cyril McIntosh
Vincent Bunyan

...... George Duncan

...... Evelyn Davis

...... Leon Ollivierre

...... Luther Stowe

...... Louis Ollivierre

...... Clovis Derrick
Stephen Derrick

Vernal Hutchinson
Ezekiel Jones
Alexander Stewart
Walter Wilson


Clifton


John Allen


16th July, 1963.


No. 232.
APPOINTMENTS.

His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appoint-
ment of Mr. CEFORD PROVIDENCE to the
post of Book-keeper, Central Housing
and Planning Authority, with effect
from 3rd November, 1962.
16th July, 1963.
(P.F. 1091.)

No. 233.
His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appoint-
ment of Mr. GRAFTON STEWART to the
post of Maintenance Officer (Electri-
cal Instalations), Public Works Depart-
ment, on one year's probation with
effect from 1st June, 1963.
16th July, 1963.
(P.F. 1185).

No. 234.
VACATION LEAVE.

Mr. JOHN HORACE BAYLISS FREDERICK,
Legal Assistant, Legal Department, has
been granted 21 days vacation leave
with effect from 8th July, 1963.
16th July, 1963.
(P.F.1231.)


No. 235.


RESUMPTION.


With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 167 of 28th May, 1963, Mr. E. G.
LEWIS, Agricultural Instructor, Depart-
ment of Agriculture, resumed duty on
4th July, 1963.
16th July, 1963.
(P.F. 1044.)

No. 236.
With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 11 of 8th January, 1963, Miss
DOROTHY MAY MUNRO, Public Office
Superintendent, General Post Office, re-
sumed duty on 6th July, 1963.
16th July, 1963.
(P.F. 90.)


No. 237.
ROYAL AIR FORCE APPRENTICE-
SHIP.

The following is published for gen-
eral information:
The Air Council will accept nomina-
tions during the month of January each
year of candidates from the Colonies
as apprentices for training and subse-
quent service in the Royal Air Force.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1963.-(No. 37.)


Conditions of Admission. An examination will be conducted by
and f an a the Education Department on Tuesday
Candidates for an apprenticeship 8th October, 1963. Further particu-
must:- lars will be promulgated in due course.
(a) Be British subjects or British Application should be submitted to
Protected Persons and sons of reach the Chief of Police not later than
parents who are (or were at the Saturday 31st August. 1963.
time of their death) British
subjects. By Command,
(b) Be members of families esta-
blished and resident in the E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Colony concerned.
(c) Have a knowledge of the English Chief Secretary.
language which ensures no diffi-
culty in their speaking, under- GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
standing and writing normal 16th July, 1963.
English.
(d) Be within the limit of 15 and 17
years on the first day of the DEPARTMENTAL AND
month of May during which they OTHER NOTICES.
start training.
(e) Have passed, or been correctly
exempted from, the qualifying THE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES
examination. ORDINANCE.
(f) Comply with the medical stand- No 11 OF 1963.
ards laid down for enlistment.


Qualifying Examination.
Exemption from the qualifying ex-
amintaion will be allowed to candidates
who produce evidence of having reach-
ed a standard of education represented
by:-
(a) A General Certificate of Educa-
tion with passes at Ordinary
level in Mathematics and one
other of the subjects listed
below,
OR
(b) A Cambridge Oversea S hool
Certificate with Credits in Math-
ematics and one of the subjects
listed below.
Applied Mathematics, Mechanics, Me-
chanical Science, Physics, Chemistry,
Physics-with-Chemistry, Chemistry-
with Physics, General Science, Addi-
tional General Science, Engineering
Science, Heat and its applications or
Biology.


Marks


Mathematics 300
Science 100
English and General 200

Total 600

To pass the examination a candidate
must obtain a minimum of:-
150 marks in the Mathematics
paper
50 marks in the Science paper
300 marks in the three papers
combined.


IT IS HEREBY notified that the
undermentioned Society has been duly
registered under and in accordance
with the provisions of the Co-operative
Societies' Ordinance No. 11 of 1963 and
the Regulations made thereunder:


Name of
Society:


Place of
Business:

Registration
No.:


St. Vincent Poultry
Farmers' Co-opera-
tive Society Limited.

Higginson and Middle
Street, Kingstown.

15.


Dated this 6th day of July, 1963.

V. P. SMART,
Registrar of Co-operative Societies.


EDUCATION NOTICE

A competitive examination for the
award of scholarships for boys and
girls tenable at the Grammar School
and Girls' High School will be held at
the Richmond Hill Government School
in Friday, 4th October, 1963 beginning
at 9.00 a.m.
2. The Scholarships are open to
pupils attending Government or Assist-
ed Primary Schools or Private Schools
which satisfy the requirements of the
Board of Education, and entitle the
holder to free tuition, games and
library fees and the necessary school
books and stationery. All Scholarship


Subject











188 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1963.-(No. 37.)


holders, who during the tenure of a NOTICE.
,scholarship normally reside not less
than two miles from the limits of iN THE COURT OF APPEAL FOR
Kingstown measured by the shortest
public highway, shall be entitled to THE WINDWARD AND LEEWARD
receive a maintenance grant at the rate ISLANDS.
of one hundred and ninety-two dollars
($192.00) per annum; provided that
should a scholarship holder cease to On appeal from the decision of a Board
reside, for any period during the of Assessment appointed under Section
tenure of the scholarship, no mainten- 12 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance,
ance grant shall be paid in respect
of such period, unless such scholarship 1946, No. 22 of 1946, as amended by
holder is living away from home for Ordinances Nos. 27 of 1948, 8 of 1951
the purpose of taking advantage of the and 12 of 1958.
scholarship.
3. Candidates must (a) have been
less than 12 years of age on the 15th SAINT VINCENT CIRCUIT
September, 1963. Age must be proved (CIVIL JURISDICTION)
by a birth or baptismal certificate; (b)
have attended a Government or Assist-
ed Primary or Private School which No. 1/1958.
satisfies the requirements of the In the Matter of the Biabou Arrowroot
Board of Education, during the Factory, a canal and a portion of
twelve months preceding the 15th land at Biabou acquired by the
September, 1963, for not less than Government of Saint Vincent from
75% of the inaximum attendances William Alexander Nanton.
possible during such period, as shown
in the Attendance Register kept Between
in the School; (c) furnish certificates HORACE WASON
of good conduct from the Head Teacher (Acting for and on be- raised
or Head Teachers of such School or half of the Govern- f OAcller.
schools; (d) be natives of the Colony, ment) (Appllant).
or children of natives or have been
resident in the Colony for at least two And
years. WVILLIAM ALEXANDER ) Claimant.
4. The Education Officer is empow- NANToN (Respondtnt).
ered to accept for examination any
candidate who, through illness has
failed u, comply 'vith the requirements NOTICE is hereby given that there.
of paragraph : ( b) above, with respect wiill be a sitting of the Court of Appeal
to the mnmb.er of attendances. fior the Windward Island; and Leeward
5. No Scholar.Ihip shall be awarded Islands at the Court House, Kingstown,
to any candidate who obtains less than on Wednesday the 24th day of July
one-third of the possible marks in each 1963 commencing at 10.00 o'clock in the
subject and less than one-half of the forenoon for hearing and determination
total possible marks in the examination, of the above appeal.
6. Scholarships are awarded for a
period of not more than six years pro- Dated the 12th day of July, 1963.
vided the scholar's attendance, conduct
and progress as shown by the term H. M. SQUIRES,
report-; are considered satisfactory. Registrar of the Appeal Court
7. Candidates will be examined in of the Windward Islands and
English (including Reading and Comn- Leeward Islands.
prehension) and Arithmetic, and shallcet
be given an Intelligence Test.nt V nt Crct)
8. Applications accompanied by
Birth or Baptismal Certificate must
reach the Education Office not later ALTERATION AND AMENDMENT
than Saturday 7th September, 1963. OF BOUNDARIES OF THE TOWN


Departm
Kingst
10th


OF GEORGETOWN.
THEODORE V. KEANE, GEORGETOWN.
Acting Education Officer. The residents of the Town of George-
town and of the, Georgetown' area in
sent of Education, general including Chili and"Caatal are
town, invited to submit 'Memoranda' on the
July, 1963. I question of altering and amending the











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1963.-(No. 37.) 189


boundaries of the town of Georgetown NOTICE.
to the Commission appointed by His
Honour the Administrator to consider
thisonour the Administrator to consider The attention of the General Public
this matters drawn to Statutory Rules and Orders
Other interested persons in the area 1963 No. 19, Post Office (Amendment)
are also invited to give evidence before Regulations, gazetted 29th June, 1963
the Commissioners. which come into force on the 1st day of
Memoranda should be submitted to July, 1963 whereby the rates of postage
the Commissioners before 24th July, on parcels destined for the United
1963, and should be addressed to the Kingdom and Northern Ireland have
Secretary, Georgetown Boundaries Com- been revised.
mission, c/o Local Government Office,
Kingstown. The new rates are as follows:-
The Commission will hold their first 22 b
meeting on 6th August, 1963 at 10.00 11
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Police $1.50 $2.16 $2.76 $3.80
Station at Georgetown.
MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
C. W. PRESCOD, Postmaster.
Chairman.
26th June, 1963. 3rd July, 1963.


SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE FIRST DISTRICT MAGIS- SAINT VINCENT.
TRATE'S COURT KINGSTOWN BY AUTHORITY OF THE
(CIVIL JURISDICTION) PATENTS ORDINANCE.
A.D. 1963

Suit No. 15/63 (Chapter 155 of the Revised Laws of
St. Vincent, 1926.)
Between
BAYNES BROTHERS (Gazetted 2nd July, 1963.)
of Kingstown Plaintiff -
NOTICE is hereby given that an
vs application was on the 14th day of
SFebruary, 1963, made by Rohm & Hass
MAURICE WALCOTT Company, a corporation organized un-
of Lodge Village Defendat der the laws of the State of Delaware,
United States of America, of 222 West
It is notified for general information Washington Square, Philadelphia 5,
that the undermentioned article, pro- State of Pennsylvania, United States of
perty of thb abov,1.iamed defendant, America, for a patent for WATER-
and levied unon by virtue of a Writ of INSOLUBLE METAL COMPLEXED
Seizure and Sale issued in the above MANGANESE ETHYLENE BISDI-
suit, will be put up for sale by Public THIOCARBAMATE, FUNGICIDAL
Auction at the Court House, Kings- COMPOSITION COMPRISING SAME
town on Saturday 3rd August, 1963, at AND PROCESS FOR PREPARING
1.30 in the afternoon. SAME.
2. This invention relates to metal
That is to say:- completed maneb (the accepted com-
mon name for the water-insoluble man-
One (1) IIouse ganese salt of ethylenebisdithiocarbam-
ate acid) and to a process for preparing
Dated this l1th day of July 1963. the same.

L. G. E. K. LEWIS, H. M. SQUIRES,
Magistrate. Registrar of Patents.

Magistrate's Office, Patent Office,
Kingstown, Saint Vincent,
St. Vincent. 25th June, 1963.











190 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1963.-(No. 37.)


AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT

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 20th July, 1963, between the hours of 10.30 a.m. and 2.00
p.m. at the Troumaca Government School.

KINGSTOWN AND SOUTH LEEWARD DISTRICTS.
On Saturday 20th of July, 1963, 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 WINDWARD DISTRICT.
On Friday 19th day of July, 1963, between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and
6.00 p.m. at the Georgetown Government School.

CENTRAL WINDWARD DISTRICT.
On Friday 19th day of July, 1963, 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 19th day of July, 1963, 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,
Rathomill, Calliaqua, Glen and Golden Vale.

SAINT GEORGE DISTRICT.
On Friday 19th day of July, 1963, 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
1962-63 are entitled to vote and each person is entitled to one vote only.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
9th July, 1963.


TREASURY NOTICE.


LAND AND HOUSE TAX DEPARTMENT.


Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned property in the ownership
or occupation of the person named hereunder whose name appears on the
District I Tax Roll for the year ended 31st December, 1960, has become a
defaulter under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance". The said property









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1963.-(No. 37.) 191


having been levied upon will be offered for sale at 2 p.m. on Saturday 20th
July, 1963, at the Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown, for the recovery
of taxes due.

P. D. O'N. CRICHTON,
Accountant General.

Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
Saint Vincent,
28th June, 1963.

DISTRICT I.

Name of Owner Situation of Description of
or Occupier Property Property

Matthews, Atheline ...... Quarry-Cane Garden Rd. Whole Property, that is
to say:-One two- sto-
rey building and 21
poles of land.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT NOTICE 59. Sale of Fish. All such fi.,h
shall be sold on counters provided
CHATEAUBELAIR TOWN BOARD in the fish shed for that purpose.
67. Penalty. Any person guilty
of an offence against these By-laws
The attention of persons in charge of shall be liable on summary convic-
boats bringing fish or corned fish in- tion to a fine not exceeding fifty
tended for sale in the Town of Chateau- dollars or to imprisonment for a
belair is drawn to the provisions of period not exceeding three months or
sections 51, 57, 58, 59 and 67 of the in the case of a continuing offence
By-laws of the Chatealibelair Town to a fine not exceeding ten dollars for
Board (S.R. & 0. 1950 No. 81) which coach day during which the offence
read as follows:- continues.
51. Sale of Fish and Meat. No 2. It is also hereby notified for gen-
persons shall expose for sale in any eral information that under the powers
street or in any public place in the vested in the Chateaubelair Town
town or within one mile from the Board by S.R. & O. No. 81 of 1950
limits thereof other than in the (section 57) (quoted above) the Board
market, or other place approved by has by Resolution at a meeting held on
the Board any meat, fish whalemeat the 8th May. 1963 decided that the
or turtle: Provided that nothing portion of the Sea Frontage in the
herein contained shall extend to pre- Town of Chateaubelair which has been
vent any person from disposing of reserved for the purpose stated in the
any tinned meat or salted fish in any said section 57 of the By-laws is as
shop or in the course of any auction described hereunder:
of general effects.
57. Fish. Boats bringing fresh' AREA RESERVED
or corned fish intended for sale in "That Portion of the sea frontage
the town shall, on arrival, be beached lying between the Chateaubelair Fish
only on the portion of the sea front- Market and the Chateaubelair Jetty".
age reserved for that purpose.
58. Fish to be Weighed. All' By order of the Board,
catches of fish, before being offered
for sale shall be brought to the fish EARLA COOMBS,
shed for the purpose of ascertaining Clerk,
the dues payable thereon in accord- Chateaubelair Town Board.
ance with the Third Schedule to
these By-laws which dues shall be Town Hall,
paid to the Warden or other officer
authorised by the Board to receive Chateaubelair,
the same. 28th June, 1963.


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