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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Publication Date: July 30, 1963
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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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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


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VOL. 96.]


SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 JULY, 1963.


[No. 40.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 241.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

The Fourth Session (1963-64) of the Legislative Council will bc opened
at the Council Chamber, Kingstown, on Thursday, 1st August, 1963, com-
mencing at 10.00 a.m. in the forenoon.:
The Order Paper for this Sitting is published with this issue of the Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the general public.
27th July, 1963.
(L.C. 43.)

No. 227.
HURRICANE NOTICE.

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
(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.
16th July, 1963.


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.


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KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS


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202 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 JULY, 1963.-(No. 40.)


No. 242.
APPOINTMENT.

LAND SETTLEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT BOARD.

The undermentioned persons have been appointed to serve on the Land
Settlement and Development Board with effect fi'om 1st July, 1963:-
HILARY DASILVA, Esq., M.B.E.,-Chairman,
The Superintendent of Agriculture-Deputy Chairman,
The Accountant General,
The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Trade and Production,
The Honourable S. E. SLATER,
ARCHIBALD ROBERTSON. Esq.,
RUPERT MINORS, Esq., For a further period of one year.
WALTER BRIGGS, Esq.,
ARTHUR COLE, Esq.
30th July, 1963.
(T.P. 42.)


No. 243.
TURKISH CONSULAR
REPRESENTATION.

With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 210 of 9th July, 1963, the Exequa-
tur empowering Mr. FIKRET BERKER
to act as Consul-General of Turkey in
London with jurisdiction in all British
Colonies and Protectorates received
Her Majesty's signature on 19th June,
1963.
30th July, 1963.
(891.)

No. 244.
VACATION LEAVE.

Mrs. GEx HAZELL, Class I Clerk,
Registrar's Office, has been granted 135
days vacation leave with effect from
19th July, 1963.
30th July, 1963.
(P.F. 844.)

No. 245.
Mr. A. WILLIAMS, Class II Clerk,
General Post Office, has been granted
144 days vacation leave with effect
from 29th July, 1963.
30th July, 1963.
(P.F. 839.)

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.

Conditions of Admission.
Candidates for an apprenticeship
must:-
(a) Be British subjects or British
Protected Persons and sons of
parents who are (or were at the
time of their death) British
subjects.
(b) Be members of families esta-
blished and resident in the
Colony concerned.
(c) Have a knowledge of the English
language which ensures no diffi-
culty in their speaking, under-
standing and writing normal
English.
(d) Be within the limit of 15 and 17
years on the first day of the
month of May during which they
start training.
(e) Have passed, or been correctly
exempted from, the qualifying
examination.
(f) Comply with the medical stand-
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 School
Certificate with Credits in Math-
ematics and one of the subjects
listed below.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 JULY, 1963.-(No. 40.) 203


Applied Mathematics, Mechanics, Me-
chanical Science, Physics, Chemistry,
Physics-with-Chemistry, Chemistry-
with Physic.;, General Science, Addi-
tional General Science, Engineering
Science, Ieat and its applications or
Biology.


Subject
Mathematics
Science
English and General


Marks


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.
An examination will be conducted by
the Education Department on Tuesday
8th October, 1963. Further particu-
lars will be promulgated in due course.
Application should be submitted to
reach the Chief of Police not later than
Saturday 31st August. 1963.
16th July, 1963.

No. 240.
BANK HOLIDAY.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday, 5th August, 1963, being a
Bank Holiday, all Public Offices will be
closed on that day.

By Command,

E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
23rd July, 1963.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

ATTENTION

COTTON GROWERS.

A reasonable price of $1.45 per lb.


Cotton Growers are therefore advised
to increase the acreage of cotton they
intend to plant in 1963. At a price
level around $1.45 per lb. for white
lint there is still good money to be
made from cotton, more so than there
is in say sweet potatoes which are now
overproduced. For increased yields
growers are advised to follow a very
simple set of rules:
1. Prepare the Land early and
keep it clean weeded both before and
after planting.
2. Plant early as soon as the sea-
son opens and make every effort to
complete all planting between the
16th and 31st August. This is highly
important.
3. Plant 10 seeds per hole to en-
sure good germination and an even
stand.
4. Space the cotton closely. The
general recommendation is 4 ft. banks
with holes 2 ft. apart along the banks,
leaving 2 plants per hole after
thinning.
5. Thin out the cotton to two
plants per hole when the seedling;
are two to three weeks old. Thin-
ning out is best done after a shower
of rain, but do not delay this opera-
tion beyond three weeks, rain or no
rain.
6. Do not plant other crops such
as corn between the cotton.
7. Apply sulphate of ammonia at
the rate of 400 lbs. per acre (or
16: 8: 16 at the rate of 600 lbs.) to
cotton when it is 5 weeks old. Two
level tablespoons of fertilisers, ap-
plied one on each side of each hole
of cotton is roughly equal to 400 lbs.
fertilizer per acre. Place the fertili-
ser two inches away from the cotton
plant on each side of it in holes two
inches deep.
8. Protect the crop against insect
losses by applying recommended
insecticides at the correct rates of
application. Growers should report
to the Agricultural Department at-
tacks of stainers and pink-boll worm
as soon as they are noticed and
efforts will be made to help them
spray.


white lint was obtained for the 1962-63 9. At the end of the cotton crop,
cotton crop recently harvested. This thoroughly destroy all cotton plant
will permit a good bonus to be paid to and seed cotton residues and follow
growers in December, 1963. While the the close season regulations.
price for the cotton for the coming
1963-64 crop will not be known until Last year the price paid for white
early 1964, it is expected to be similar seed cotton was 26 cents per lb. and the
to that offered this year. price of stained cotton 6 cents per lb.













204 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 JULY, 1963.-(No. 40.)


It has been decided to pay the follow-
ing prices for 1963-64 cotton:
White seed cotton 280 per lb.
Stained seed cotton 60 per lb.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
23rd July, 1963.


EDUCATION NOTICE

A competitive examination for the
award of scholarships for boys and
girls tenable at the Grammar School
and Girls' Iigh School will be held at
the Richmond Hill Government School
on 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
holders, who during the tenure of a
,scholarship normally reside not less
than two miles from the limits of
public highway, shall be entitled to
receive a maintenance grant at the rate
of one hundred and ninety-two dollars
($192.00) per annum; provided that
should a scholarship holder cease to
reside, for any period during the
tenure of the scholarship, no mainten-
ance grant shall be paid in respect
of such period, unless such scholarship
holder is living away from home for
the purpose of taking advantage of the
scholarship.
3. Candidates must (a) have been
less than 12 years of age on the 15th
September, 1963. Age must be proved
by a birth or baptismal certificate; (b)
have attended a Government or Assist-
ed Primary or Private School which
satisfied the requirements of the
Board of Education, during the
twelve month- preceding the 15th
September, 1963, for not less than
75% of the maximum attendances
possible during such period, as shown
in the Attendance Register kept
in the School; (c) furnish certificates
of good conduct from the Head Teacher
or Head Teachers of such School or
schools; (d) be natives of the Colony,
or children of natives or have been
resident in the Colony for at least two
years.
4. The Education Officer is empow-
ered to accept for examination any
candidate who, through illness has


failed to comply with the requirements
of paragraph 3 (b) above, with respect
to the number of attendances.
5. No Scholarship shall be awarded
to any candidate who obtains less than
one-third of the possible marks in each
subject and less than one-half of the
total possible marks in the examination.
6. Scholarships are awarded for a
period of not more than six years pro-
vided the scholar's attendance, conduct
and progress as shown by the term
reports are considered satisfactory.
7. Candidates will be examined in
English (including Reading and Com-
prehension) and Arithmetic, and shall
be given an Intelligence Test.
8. Applications accompanied by
Birth or Baptismal Certificate must
reach the Education Officer not later
than Saturday 7th September, 1963.

THEODORE V. KEANE,
Acting Education Officer.

Department of Education,
Kingstown,
10th July, 1963.


CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES
ORDINANCE
No. 11 or 1963.

Order made under Section 39 (1)
concerning the Layou Progressive
Co-operative Credit Union Ltd.
Registered No. 4.

By virtue of powers vested in me
under Section 39 (1) of the Co-opera-
tive Societies Ordinance 1963, I, the
undersigned, Registrar of Co-operative
Societies, St. Vincent, having held an
enquiry into the constitution, working
and financial condition of the Layou
Progressive Co-operative Credit Union
Limited, Registered No. 4, (hereinafter
referred to as the society) and being
satisfied that the Society ought to be
dissolved, hereby order that the registra-
tion of the Society be cancelled.
2 This order shall take effect on the
expiry of a period of two months from
the date hereof unless an appeal is pre-
sented under the provisions of Section
39 (2) of the Ordinance.
Made under my hand this 17th day
of July, 1963.

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













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 JULY, 1963.-(No. 40.) 205


SAINT VINCENT.

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


to the Registrar of opposition to the
issue of a certificate of registration up-
on any of the grounds prescribed by
section 27 of the aforesaid Ordinance
f for opposition to the grant of Letters
SPatent.
TT "* fr\TTTnf\li


n. iVM. SQUIRES,
(Gazetted 30th July, 1963.) Registrar of Patents.

In connection with the application Patent Office,
made by Rohm & Hass Company, a
corporation organized under the laws of Saint Vincent,
the State of Delaware, United States of 25th July, 1963.
America, of 222 West Washington
Square, Philadelphia 5, State of Penn-
sylvania, United States of America, for CUSTOMS NOTICE.
a patent in respect of WATER-
INSOLUBLE METAL COMPLEXED In accordance with Sec. 102 of Cap.
MANGANESE ETHYLENE BISDI- 183 it is hereby notified that the under-
THIOCARBAMATE, FUNGICIDAL mentioned articles have been seized for
COMPOSITION COMPRISING SAME a breach of the Customs Ordinance.
XND PROCESS FOR PREPARING
SAME. Albert Snagg: 3 Bags Coconuts
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1 Bag containing
the complete specification of the said Coconuts and
invention which has been lodged in due Pumpkins.
form has been accepted and is open to
public inspection. JAMES H. D. COX,
Any person may at any time within Collector of Customs.
two months from the date of publication
of this notice in the Gazette, give notice 23rd July, 1963.


TREASURY NOTICE.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX DEPARTMENT.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned properties in the
ownership or occupation of the persons named hereunder whose names appear
on the District II Tax Roll for the Parish of Charlotte have become defaulters
under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance". The said properties having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 2 p.m. on Saturday 3rd August,
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,
16th July, 1963.

Name of owner or Situation of Description of
Occupier Property Property


Baptiste, Vernie
Bucchan, Elisha
Cato, Walter
Daniel, Maude
Edwards, Violet
George, Eliza
Grant, Arthur

Gunsam, G. Hrs.
Gurley, Ernest


McMillan Mt.
Greggs
Mt. Pleasant Mt.
Richland Park
Hopewell
Fairbairns
Hopewell/Freelan d

Cane End
Richland Park


2 roods
1 Dwelling house
20 poles
1 house spot
1 house spot
3 acs. 3 rds. 24 pls.
Property-dwelling
house and spot
1 .house spot
1 house spot













206 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 JULY, 1963.-(No. 40.)


Name of Owner or
Occupier

Home, Mabel
Hull, Dalton
Jacobs, Martha
James, Ambrozine
John, Eldon
John, Jeremiah
John, Mary
Lewis, James
Liverpool, Ernest T.
Liverpool, Margaret
McDonald, Alfred
Matthews, Nathaniel
Pompey, Dorie
Richmond, Marion
Samuel, Vincent
Thomas, Ena
Woods. Calvert


Situation of
Property


Freeland
Escape
Richland Park
Byera Hill
Hopewell
Hopewell
Adelphi
Byera Hill Valley
Richland Park
Richland Park
Dumbarton
Greggs
Richland Park
Caruth
Grants
Richland Park
Richland Park


Description of
Property


16 poles
2 acs. 0 rd. 30 plR.
1 house spot
1 house spot
24 poles
1 house spot
1 acre
5 acs. 3 rds. 38 pls.
18 poles
1 Dwelling house
1 ac. 0 rd. 16 pls.
2 roods
2 roods
1 house spot
2 roods
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY


NOTES AND COIN IN CIRCULATION IN THE


BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1ST MAY, 1963.

Notes


Average circulation during March,
British Caribbean Currency
Demonetised Government Notes


1963


94,818,317
968,510


$95,786,827


British Caribbean notes and coins in
circulation on 1st May, 1963
Trinidad and Tobago ...... ...... ......
Barbados ...... ........ ......
British Guiana ...... ...... ... ......
Grenada ...... ...... ......
St. Vincent ...... ............
St. Lucia ...... ............
Dom inica ...... ............ ......
Antigua ...... ............
St. K itts ...... ............
Montserrat ...............
"Proof Sets" of Coin ...... ......

Total British Caribbean notes and coins
in circulation on 1st May, 1963
Demonetised Government notes out-
standing on 1st May, 1963
Trinidad and Tobago ...... ...... ......
Barbados ...... ............
British Guiana ...... ............


Total demonetised Govt. notes out-
standing ...... ......

Total circulation on 1st May, 1963


Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Building,
St. Vincent Street,
Port of Spain,
TRINIDAD, W.I.


40,555,045
5,958,225
36,184,906
5,214,100
974,300
1.349.000
2,359,400
4,901,300
527.600
233,800


2,366,121
711,850
1,052,402
213,800
121,325
144,675
122,725
189,000
144,925
26,100
1,870

$98,257,676 $5,094,793


669,279
63,151
234,947


967,377

$99,225,053 $5,094,793


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


Figures for British Guiana not included in statements for May and June
previously published owing to general strike in that Territory.


Coins
$


5,075,616


$5,075,646
























SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 JULY, 1963.-(No. 40.) 207


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES AND COIN IN CIRCULATION IN THE
BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1ST JUNE, 1963.


Notes


Average circulation during April, 1963
British Caribbean Currency ...... 96,760,397
Demonetised Government Notes ..... 968,022

$97,728,419
British Caribbean notes and coins in
circulation on 1st June, 1963


Trinidad and Tobago
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada
St. Vincent ......
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat ..
"Proof Sets" of Coins


Total British Caribbean notes and coins
in circulation on 1st June, 1963

Demonetised Government notes out-
standing on 1st June, 1963
Trinidad and Tobago ...... ...... .....
Barbados ...... ...........
British Guiana ...... ..........

Total demonetised Govt. notes out-
standing ...... ......

Total circulation on 1st June, 1963


40,394.330
6,438,225
36,328,906
5,235,100
863,800
1,389,000
2,280,400
4,923,300
444,600
288,800


Coins

5,088,848

5,088,848
$5,088,848


2,367,121
711,850
1,053,002
213,800
121,325
144,675
122.725
189,000
144.925
26,100
1,870
$98,586,461 $5,096,393


668,494
63.151
234,947


966,592

$99,553,053 $5,096,393


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


Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Building,
Port of Spain,
TRINIDAD, W.I.

Figures for British Guiana not included in statements for May and June
previously published owing to general strike in that Territory.




















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 JULY, 1963.-(No. 40.)


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES AND COIN IN CIRCULATION
BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1ST JULY. 1963.


IN THE


Notes


Average circulation during May, 1963
British Caribbean Currency
Demonetised Government Notes



British Caribbean notes and coins in
circulation on 1st July, 1963


Trinidad and Tobago
Barbados ...... ...... ......
British Guiana ...... ...... ......
Grenada ...... ....
St. Vincent ...... ........
St. Lucia ...... .........
Dom inica ...... .........
Antigua ...... ...... ..... ..
St. K itts ...... ...... .... ....
Montserrat ...... ...........
"Proof Sets" of Coins ...


98,023,770
967,250

$98,991,020



40,746,730
5,844,225
36,949,906
5,282,100
891,800
1,464,600
2,456,400
5,154,300
497,600
288,800


Total British Caribbean notes and coins
in circulation on 1st July, 1963
Demonetised Government Notes out-
standing on 1st July, 1963
Trinidad and Tobago ...... ...... ...... 668,494
Barbados ...... ..... ...... 63,151
British Guiana ...... ...... ...... ...... 234,947


Total demonetised Govt. notes out-
standing ...... ......

Total circulation on 1st July, 1963





Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Building,
Port of Spain,
TRINIDAD.


Coins
$


5,095,012


5,095,012



2,378,121
711,850
1,057,477
213,800
121,325
144,675
122,725
189,000
144,925
26,100
1,870

$99,576,461 $5,111,868


966,592

$100,543,053 $5,111,868


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


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