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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Sublishtd bn authority.


VOL. 96.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST, 1963. [No. 42.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

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.
I.


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. 247.
RESUMPTION.
With reference to Gazette Notice
With reference to Gazette Notice No. 265 of 4th September, 1962, Mr.
No. 234 of 16th July, 1963, Mr. J. H. C. C. SAMUEL, Administrative Assist-
BAYIuss FREDERICK, Legal Assistant, ant, Government Office, resumed duty
Legal Department, resumed duty on on 1st August, 1963.
29th July, 1963.
6th August, 1963. 6th August, 1963.


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16th July, 1963









212 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST, 1963.-(No. 42.)


No. 249. Conditions of Admission.
With reference to Gazette Notice Candidates for an apprenticeship
No. 111 of 16th April, 1963, Mr. F. 0. must:-
MASON. Senior Staff Officer. Prison De-


apartment, resumed duty on 1st August,
1963.
6th August, 1963.
(P.F. 908.)

No. 250.
RESIGNATION.

Miss SHIRLEY SUTHERLAND, Class II
Clerk, Ministry of Finance, has re-
signed the Service with effect from 14th
July, 1963.
6th August, 1963.
(P.F. 967.)

No. 251.
PRE-RESIGNATION LEAVE.

Mr. E. N. ALLEN, Class II Clerk,
Magistrate's Office, has been granted
139 days vacation leave with effect from
17th July, 1963, prior to resignation
from the Service.
6th August, 1963.
(P.F. 879.)


No. 252.
VACATION LEAVE.

Dr. W. E. P. CORBETT, Medical Officer,
District No. 6, Medical Department has
been granted 84 days vacation leave
with effect from 12th July, 1963.
6th August, 1963.
(P.F. 835.)

No. 253.
Miss PEGGY INCE, Class II Clerk,
Government Office, has been granted 60
days vacation leave with effect from
18th July, 1963.
6th August, 1963.
(P.F. 1030.)


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.


(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:-
S(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.
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.
Subject 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.









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST, 1963.-(No. 42.) 213


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.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

ATTENTION

COTTON GROWERS.


ibtn July, lvti. A reasonable price of $1.45 per lb.
white lint was obtained for the 1962-63
cotton crop recently harvested. This
will permit a good bonus to be paid to
No. 254. growers in December, 1963. While the
LEGISLATION. price for the cotton for the coming
1963-64 crop will not be known until
The following Document is published early 1964, it is expected to be similar
with this issue of the Gazette:- to that offered this year.
Cotton Growers are therefore advised
S.R. & O. No. 24.-The Pensionable to increase the acreage of cotton they
Offices Order, 1963. intend to plant in 1963. At a price
level around $1.45 per lb. for white
6th August, 1963. lint there is still good money to be
(C.M.F. 12.) 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
No. 255. simple set of rules:
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE. 1. Prepare the Land early and
keep it clean weeded both before and
after planting.
Report of the Princial Auditor Wind- 2. Plant early as soon as the sea-
ward Islands on the Accounts of the son opens and make every effort to
Controller of Supplies for the year complete all planting between the
ended 31st December, 1958. 16th and 31st August. This is highly
16t an 31t gust. This is highly


Report of the Senior Auditor on the
Accounts of the Controller of Supplies
for the year ended 31st December, 1960.

Lands and Surveys Department An-
nual Report for the year 1961.

Audited Report of the Marketing
Board for the year ended 31st Decem-
ber, 1961.

Report on the Port and Marine De-
partment for the year 1962.
6th August, 1963.

No. 249.
Copies of the Minutes of the Sitting
of the Legislative Council held on 16th
May, 1963 which may be seen at Gov.
ernment Office, the Kingstown Library,
and at all Revenue Offices are published
with this issue of the Gazette.

By Command,

E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
6th August, 1963.


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 seedlings
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









214 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST, 1963.-(No. 42.)


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.
9. At the end of the cotton crop,
thoroughly destroy all cotton plant
and seed cotton residues and follow
the close season regulations.
Last year the price paid for white
seed cotton was 26 cents per lb. and the
price of stained cotton 6 cents per Ib
It has been decided to pay the follow-
ing prices for 1963-64 cotton:
White seed cotton 28 per lb.
Stained seed cotton 60 per lb.

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


EDUCATION NOTICES.

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
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
satisfies the requirements of the
Board of Education, during the
twelve months 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,
br 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.


COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP
-UNITED KINGDOM AWARDS
1964.

Applications are invited for Com-
monwealth scholarships offered by the
United Kingdom Government under the
Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellow-
ship Scheme and tenable at institutions
of higher learning in the United King-
dom from October 1964.
The Scholarships are intended for
persons of high intellectual promise who
may be expected to make a significant
contribution to life in their own coun-
try 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
may be held for courses at other insti-
tutions, e.g., in the field of adult, social









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST, 1963.-(No. 42.) 215


or rural education, of fine art, of archi- 5. Method of Application:
lecture, or of industrial design.
Applications must be made through
2. Tenure: anit Governments, in sextuplicate, and
A Scholarship is tenable for a pro- on the prescribed forms available from
gramme of study or research normally the Education Officer, Kingstown, St.
extending over a period of two academic Vincent. Applicants must lodge their
years and leading to a University de- applications not later than 31st October,
gree or similar qualification. An award 1963. Applications that are incomplete
may, however, be made for one academic or are not supported by the required
year only. documents will not be entertained.
3. Emoluments: THEODORE V. KEANE,
These include: Acting Education Officer.
(a) fares to the United Kingdom and 30th July, 1963.
return on expiry of the scholar-
ship;
(b) approved tuition, laboratory and ST. VINCENT.
examination fees;
(c) personal maintenance allowance CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLAN-
at the rate of 51. 10s. per NING AUTHORITY
month;
(d) a grant for books and apparatus RESOLUTION giving notice of a deci-
of 25 per year, and of up to 25 sion to prepare a Seventh Supple-
for typing and binding of thesis
where applicable. mentary Scheme of the Regional
where applicable. Scheme for Kingstown and its
(e) an initial clothing grant of 40 Suoundigs.
for such scholars coming from Srrnding.
tropical countries as are recom- Section 10 of the Town and Country
mended to receive it; Planning Ordinance No. 2 of 1946.
(f) a grant for expenses of approved ___
travel within the United King- The following RESOLUTION which
dom of up to 25 per year. Tc following RESOLUTION which
(g) of map to 5 per year. was passed by the Authority on the 30th
(g) for male married scholars ae- day of May, 1963, is published for gen-
companied by their wives, a mar- t
riage allowance at the rate of
16. 13s. 4d. per month. (This RESOLUTION.
allowance will not be payable
during the first year of the ten- BE IT RESOLVED and it is hereby
ure of a scholarship, unless the resolved that the Central Housing and
scholar was a married man at the Planning Authority has this 30th day
time of his application for an of May, 1963, decided to dezone under
award, and will not be payable the provision of Section 10, of the Town
in respect of a wife who holds a and Country Planning Ordinance No. 2
scholarship herself or who is in of 1946, for the erection of buildings
paid employment.) for Educational purposes,
4. El ,..,t.,: THAT parcel of land in the Parish
S of St. George, bounded on the North
Candidates must normally be resident by the Cathedral Bye-way on the
in the West Indies and must be, or hope East by Pauls Avenue, on the South
to be, by October 1964, graduates of a by the rear boundary of the proper-
university or college in their country ties fronting on to Grenville Street,
or holders of an equivalent qualification. on the West by the Eastern boundary
Applications will also be considered of the property known as Bishop's
from such persons without a degree or House for a distance of 214 feet from
similar qualification who wish to take a the Cathedral Bye-way, thence at
first course of study in the United King- right angles in a Westerly direction
dom, provided that they are normally for a distance of 70 feet, then at right
resident in a country where no univer- eagles in a Southerly direction until
sity or college offers courses in the sub- the rear boundary of the properties
ject of their choice. Applicants should on the Grenville Street is reached
not have reached their 35th birthday by i
1st October 1964, but preference will be B R EE
given to candidates who are between 22 R. NEEHALL,
and 28 years of age. Only in exceptional Secretary & Technical Officer
circumstances will applications be ac Central Housing and Planning
cepted from candidates over 35 years of Authority.
age. 30th July, 1963.









216 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST, 1963.-(No. 42.)


BRITISH CARIBBEAN COURT OF APPEAL
(FORMERLY FEDERAL SUPREME COURT)



CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION

SAINT VINCENT CIRCUIT

A.D. 1963.



On Appeal from the Supreme Court of the \\W.i,,ir.,, Islands and Leeward
Islands in its Criminal Jurisdiction, St. Vincent Circuit.


No. 1 of 1963.


CLEMENT NANTON
HEZEKIAH LONDON
LENNIE BYNOE
ALLAN LAWRENCE
SYDNEY POPE
SONNY FRASER
ENVY PITT
Vs
THE QUEEN


Defendants-Appellants







Respondent


No. 2 of 1963


STANLEY ACKIE
Vs
THE QUEEN


Defendant-Appellant

Respondent


No. 3 of 1963.


CLAUDIUS FORBES
Vs
THE QUEEN


Defendant-Appellant


Respondent


No. 5 of 1963.


PHILBERT BROWNE
Vs
THE QUEEN


Defendant-Appellant

Respondent


Notice is hereby given that the British Caribbean Court of Appeal will
be convened in its Criminal Appellate Jurisdiction at the Court House Kings-
town, St. Vincent at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon on Monday 12th day of
August, 1963 for the purpose of determining the aforementioned Appeals.


Dated this 31st day of July, 1963.


H. M. SQUIRES,
Deputy Registrar
British Caribbean Court of Appeal.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST, 1963.-(No. 42.)


CUSTOMS NOTICE.

In accordance with Sec. 102 of Cap.
183 it is hereby notified that the under-
mentioned articles have been seized for
a breach of the Customs Ordinance
and will be put up for sale by Public
Auction at the Customs Warehouse at
10.00 a.m. on Saturday, 10th August,
1963.

Albert Snagg: 3 Bags Coconuts
1 Bag containing
coconuts a n d
Pumpkins.

JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs.
23rd July, 1963.


SAINT VINCENT.

BY AUTHORITY OF THE
PATENTS ORDINANCE

(Chapter 155 of the Revised Laws of
Saint Vincent, 1926.)

(Gazetted 30th July, 1963.)

In connection with the application
made by Rohm & Hass Company, a
corporation organized under the laws of
the State of Delaware, United States of
America, of 222 West Washington
Square, Philadelphia 5, State of Penn-
sylvania, United States of America, for
a- patent in respect of WATER-
INSOLUBLE METAL COMPLETED
MANGANESE ETHYLENE BISDI-
THIOCARBAMATE, FUNGICIDAL
COMPOSITION COMPRISING SAME
AND PROCESS FOR PREPARING
SAME.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the complete specification of the said
invention which has been lodged in due
form has been accepted and is open to
public inspection.
Any person may at any time within
two months from the date of publication
of this notice in the Gazette, give notice


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
for opposition to the grant of Letters
Patent.

H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar of Patents.

Patent Office,
Saint Vincent,
25th July, 1963.


CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES
ORDINANCE
No. 11 OF 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.


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SAINT VINCENT.


STATUTORY RULES AND

1963, No. 24. 6 3

PENSIONABLE OFFICES ORD

(Gazetted 6th August, 1963.)

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Pensionable Offices
Order, 1963.

2. Declaration. The public offices mentioned in the second column of
the Schedule to this Order being offices in the department mentioned in the
first column of the said Schedule 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.

Department. Office.

Central Housing and Planning Secretary and Technical Officer.
Authority. Assistant Secretary and Social
Welfare Officer.
Book-keeper.
Field Technician.
Cl.rk-Storekeeper.
Clerk-Typist.


Made by the Administrator in Council under section 2 (1) (b) of the
Pensions Ordinance, 1948, (No. 16 of 1948) this 31st day of July, 1963.

GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(C.M.F. 12).

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