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VoL. 96.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER, 1963.
It is notified for general information that there will be a meeting of the
Legislative Council at the Council Chamber, Kingstown, on Thursday, 5th
September, 1963 at 10.00 a.m.
The Order Paper for this meeting is published with this issue of the
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the general public.
3rd September, 1963.
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:-
(1) A red flag with a black
rectangular centre will bel
flown on Police Head-
(2) Loud Speaker and Radiol
(3) Three saluting guns will
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres one
above the other will be
flown on Police Head-
(2) Church Bells will ring
for 5 minutes.
(3) The siren will blow for 5
(1) A red flag with a black (1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centre will be rectangular centres will
flown from Police Sta- be flown from Police Sta-
(2) Loud Speaker and Radio (2) Church Bells will ring
announcements, for 5 minutes.
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252 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER, 1963.-(No. 49.)
After the cautionary Warning:-' ,. .
The cautionary warning will give you`a'mplj 't~imtin which to make your
final preparations and to. see that your.supplis are. .near at hand.
Fill as many clean receptacles as possible. with water* for drinking.
See that all livestock have, plenty of water and 'food and fasten them
Ensure that your' emergencyy food .supplies and fitrs aid supplies are in
Buckets of sand might also be prepared in case ally fire breaks out.
It is a good plan to paste strips of paper over glass windows during this
period, particularly if there are no shutters. This will strengthen the glass
and minimise splintering.
Secure all loose material that may be in the yard.
All boats should be drawn up well above high water mark.
After the Final Hurricane Warning:-
Shut, fasten and barricade all windows and outside doors and do not open
them until the hurricane has passed.
Take cover in as secure a shelter as possible. Certain churches, schools
and public buildings may be open for those wishing to shelter in them.
If you go to shelter in any of these buildings take some food with you.
Do not shelter in ravines or low lying areas that are likely to flood.
If you live in a low lying area be prepared to move to high ground. Those
on coastal areas should move further inland, there will probably be high seas.
Do not leave the shelter if there is a sudden lull. This may be the centre
and the wind will start up again very violently from the opposite direction.
Remember that a sudden calm does not mean the end of the storm but
that the wind will blow again from the opposite direction.
If shelter is taken in a house that shows sign of collapsing, the best place
to take cover is under the stairs or under a stout 'table or bedstead.
Do not go outside during the hurricane.
If you are taking shelter in a cellar, take with you your supplies of food,
water, lanterns, matches, etc. Do not forget a tin opener.
If possible, take some light articles of furniture and bedding and anything
that will make for comfort.
An axe or other suitable tool is also useful in case the entrance gets
A bucket or other receptacle with sand and disinfectant should be provided
for sanitary purposes.
HURRICANE SEASON ADVICE
Before the Hurricane Season:-
At the approach of the hurricane season make sure that all fasteners for
outside doors and windows are in order. If possible, windows should be
reinforced with shutters and doors with bars.
This also applies to buildings in which cattle and livestock are to be
housed. If suitable buildings are not available let the cattle and livestock
fend for themselves, and do not tether them.
Lay in a small amount of tinned milk and other tinned foods as emergency
Keep one or two hurricane lanterns filled with kerosene, with matches and
candles in readiness. Also keep in stock a supply of firewood and charcoal
for cooking purposes.
A small supply of first aid supplies may come in useful.
Make yourself acquainted with the system of warnings.
Make sure that you know the district relief centre for the area in which
Keep your radios on and listen for late warnings and advisories. Pay
SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER, 1963.-(No. 49.) 253
After the Hurricane:-
Never drink the water without boiling and, if possible, filtering, until the
authorities have declared it safe to drink.
If you live in Kingstown or on a main road you can assist by removing
from the road outside your house the smaller debris. This will ease the work
of the Organisation responsible for opening up communications and dealing
with major obstructions.
Do not congregate in roads and thoroughfares.
Do not crowd round relief centres needlessly.
Do not use your car unless you have a job of work to do.
Do not go sightseeing, in any case the sights will not be pleasant.
Assist the members of the Hurricane Relief Organisations as much as
possible when asked to do so.
The immediate concern is for the injured. Those requiring treatment
should go or be taken to the nearest dispensary or Police Station. If they
are too seriously injured to be removed give information to the Dispensary or
to the nearest Police Station.
Report any deaths at the Police Station giving as much information
regarding identity as you can.
If you are rendered homeless and can make no other arrangements, the
Police will direct you to the temporary public shelters, or to your local relief
27th August, 1963.
No. 279. 1964, vic
It is notified for general information (257.)
that the Administrator-in-Council has
approved the appointment of the under- No. 281.
mentioned persons to serve as Trustees S
of the Lewis Punnett Endowment Fund s
for a period of three years with effect
from 2nd December, 1962:-
The Financial Secretary
His Lordship the Bishop of
Revd. V. A. CommIISSIONG
Revd. Fr. J. P. KELLY, S.F.M.
3rd September, 1963.
GOVERNMENT HOUSING LOANS
No. 8 OF 1948
GOVERNMENT HOUSING LOANS BOARD.
With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 166 of 12th June, 1962, His Hon-
our the Administrator has been pleased
to approve the appointment of Mr.
CEFORD PROVIDENCE, nominee of the
St. Vincent Civil Service Associa-
tion, as a member of the Govern- GI
ment Housing Loans Board for the
remainder of the life of the present:
Board which will expire on 31st May, (9
;e Mr. C. W. ITON who has re-
PLEMENT TO GAZETTE.
The Estimates of Revenue and
Expenditure of the Towns of George-
town, Calliaqua, Layou, Barrouallie,
the and Chateaubelair, and of the Bequia
District Council, the Lowmans Wind-
ward District Council, and the Marria-
Squa and Troumaca Village Councils
for the year 1963, are published with
this issue of the Gazette.
3rd September, 1963.
The following Document is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & O. No. 26.-The Hotels Aid
(Articles of Hotel Equipment)
E. A. BRATHWAITE,
3rd September, 1963.
SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER, 1963.-(No. 49.)
DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER NOTICES.
UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCES ORDINANCE NO. 11 OF 1948.
It is notified for general information that the Quarterly Liquor Licensing
Session will be held in the undermentioned Parishes for the purpose of
hearing applications from new applicants in their respective Parishes, for the
granting of certificates in accordance with the provisions of the Liquor Licences
Ordinance, No. 11 of 1948, at the times and places stated hereunder:-
Parish Time and Place of Session
St. George & St. Andrew . At the Court House, Kingstown, on
Wednesday 11th September, 1963 at
Charlotte At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Monday 16th September, 1963 at
St. David .. At the Court House, Chateaubelair, on
Thursday 26th September, 1963 at
The Grenadines (Union Island) At the Court House, Clifton, on
Friday 27th September, 1963 at
Notices of intention to oppose the grant of any certificate, stating in
general terms the grounds of opposition, must be served upon the applicant
and upon the Magistrate not later than seven days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Session.
L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES
St. George &
of Applicants Occupation
Claudina De Caul
Cecil J. McKenzie
* Change of Holder
t Transfer of Premises
19th August, 1963.
I Rose Hall
L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER, 1963.-(No. 49.) 2E
KINGSTOWN TOWN BOARD.
It is notified for the information of
the Electors of Kingstown that the
Electors Roll arranged in Wards,
Eastern, Central and Western, was
published on 24th August, 1963, and
may be seen at the Registry, General
Post Office and the Board's Office.
5. The Scholarships are awarded
for a period of five years, provided the
Scholar's attendance, conduct and pro-
gress as shown by the term reports are
6. Applications, accompanied by
Birth or Baptismal certificates must
reach the office of the Kingstown Board,
Paul's Lot, not later than 11.30 a.m. on
Wednesday, 4th September, 1963.
Vt T I T CTTT A
v. 1. GI.-.AOIU V D .A L
All electors are asked to check on Warden.
these lists to see whether their names
are down. Persons who (1) claim that Office of the Kingstown Board,
their names should be enrolled and (2) Paul's Lot,
object to the presence on the lists of any Kingstown.
names, should enquire at the Board's
Office for the necessary forms to regis-
ter their claims or objections; this must EDUCATION NOTICE.
be done not later than 7th September,
1963. EVENING CLASSES for Term III,
The date for the holding of the Court 1963 will start on Monday 16th Septem-
by the Revising Officer will be publish- ber.
ed later. Tuition will be offered in the follow-
27th August, 1963.
A competitive examination for the
award of two Scholarships tenable at
the St. Vincent Grammar School and
two tenable at the Girls' High School
will be held at the Richmond Hill Gov-
ernment School on Friday, 4th October,
1963, beginning at 9.00 a.m.
2. Each candidate must:-
(a) have been less than twelve years
of age on 15th September, 1963;
(b) be a native of the Island or child
of a native;
(c) have been residing in Kings-
town or within half a mile of the
boundaries thereof during the
three years previous to 15th Sep-
(d) be a pupil of a private or public
school in the island;
(e) produce a certificate of good be-
haviour from the Head Teacher
of such school.
3. No Candidate shall be awarded a
Scholarship who obtains less than one
third of the maximum of marks in each
subject and less than one half of the
total marks in the examination.
4.. Candidates will be examined in
English, including Reading, Arithme-
tic, and will be given an Intelligence
English Language, English Litera-
ture, Mathematics, Geography, His-
tory, Health Science and Religious
Registration Forms duly completed
together with Treasury Receipts show-
ing that Fees have been paid should
reach the Department of Education not
later than Saturday 14th September,
THEODORE V. KEANE,
Acting Education Officer.
27th August, 1963.
Arrangements have been made for
Cotton Growers to purchase sulphate
of ammonia on credit through the
Marketing Board, Kingstown. Sul-
phate of ammonia on credit will, how-
ever, only be available to those persons
who plant 1/4 acre or more land in cot-
ton, and who can satisfy an agricultural
officer in their area that their cotton
was planted between 15th August and
1st October, 1963. Persons planting
less than 1/4 acre of cotton or who plant
after 30th September, 1963, will not be
eligible for fertilizer on credit terms.
To obtain the fertilizer growers must
observe the following rules:
(1) Plant their cotton sometime be-
tween 15th August and 1st
256 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER, 1963.-(No. 49.)
(2) Plant 1/4 acre or more cotton. Warehouse at 10.00 a.m. on Saturday,
(3) Register at the Agricultural De- 7th September, 1963.
apartment as Cotton Growers and G W 2
obtain their Seller's Record or George Webb: 2 sacks Rice.
'Cotton Purchase Book' as it is J. H. D. COX,
commonly called. No grower
who registers after 1st October, Collector of Customs & Excise.
1963, will be eligible for fertili- 27th August, 1963.
ser even if he (she) has planted
more than 1/4 acre cotton.
(4) Take the 'Cotton Purchase Book' SAINT VINCENT.
to the Agricultural Officer in IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
their district and have him fill in WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
the necessary information on the WARD IS
back cover of the book. LEEWARD ISLANDS
(5) After this take the book to the A.D. 1962.
Marketing Board where the
necessary quantity of fertilizer SUIT No. 176/62
will be issued. BERTIE MAIZE -Plaintiff
Growers who follow these instruc- AND.
tions will be eligible to receive fertili- SAMUEL CUMMINGS -Defendant
ser on credit up to the rate of 400 lbs. ____
sulphate of aulmonia per acre. NOTICE is hereby given that on
The co!s of the fertilizer will be de- Saturday, 7th September, 1963, between
ducted from growers when they sell the hours of 12.00 o'clock noon and 3.00
their seed cotton to the ginnery. p.m., there will be put up for sale at the
Note: Growers who 'lose' their Court House in Kingstown the under-
Seller's Record or who sell their mentioned goods and chattels, the pro-
cotton to another grower will still have perty of. the above named Plaintiff
to pay for fertilizer obtained on credit. BERTIE MAIZE, levied upon by virtue of
a writ of seizure and sale issued in the
HUGH S. McCONNIE, above suit:-
Superintendent of Agriculture. 1 wooden house, roof covered with
27th August, 1963. galvanize iron sheets, size 18' x 10',
situated at Kingstown Park.
CUSTOMS NOTICE. Dated this 13th day of August, 1963.
In accordance with Sec. 102 of D. A. NILES,
Cap. 183 it is hereby notified that the Acting Deputy Registrar
undermentioned articles have been Supreme Court.
seized for a breach of the Customs Registrar's Office,
Ordinance and will be put up for sale Kingstown,
by Public Auction at the Customs St. Vincent.
INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the "Income Tax Ordinance No. 1/1956", their properties
having been levied upon will be offered for sale at 2 p.m. on Saturday 7th
September, 1963 at the Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown, for the
recovery of taxes due.
P. D. -O'N. CRICHTON,
17th August, 1963.
TUESDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER, 19(i3.-(No. 49.)
Name of Owner
Brisbane, O. D., Est.
Providence, James A.
Description of Property
One Singer Sewing Foot-machine.
One Scale and balance and 2
Weights-4 and 2 lbs.
Property: wall cottage dwelling
One wooden house, being upper
structure of dwelling.
Lot 73 Kingstown-Realty.
One Mullard Radio.
One roll Tartan Brand manila 1/"
rope and one roll leather mate-
Realty: that is to say house and
Property: that is to say dwelling
house and spot.
One SRale & Balance and Weights.
One house spot.
One Scale and balance and 3
Weights-1, 2, & 4 lbs.
One wooden business premises and
One wooden dwelling house.
One Olympia Type-writer.
Realty: dwelling house and spot.
One Vanguard motor-car, P. 1817.
One Phillip Radio.
One (1) dwelling house.
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STATUTORY RULES AND O0
1963, No. 26.
(ARTICLES OF HOTEL
(Gazetted 3rd September, 1963).
1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the hotels Aid
(Articles of Hotel Equipment) Regulations, 1963.
2. Interpretation. In these Regulations. "the Ordinance" means the
Hotels Aid Ordinance, 1954 (No. 45 of 1954).
3. Schedule to the Ordinance replaced. The Schedule to the Ordinance
is hereby deleted and replaced with the following:-
1. Furniture made wholly or mainly of wood or metal, including beds,
bedsprings, chairs, tables, sofas, dressing-tables, chests of drawers.
desks, wardrobes, presses and mirrors.
2. Office equipment, including typewriters, adding machines and filing
3. Washstands, basins, bathi, showers, sanitary fixtures, and bathroom
fittings and fixtures generally.
4. Electrical machinery, equipment, fixtures and fittings, including
light-generating plant, bell and telephone equipment and appliances,
and electric fans, but excluding electric light bulbs.
5. Air conditioning and refrigerating machinery, fixtures and appli-
ances, including deep-freeze and ice-making machines.
6. Mattresses, pillows, bedspreads, curtains, upholstery, mats, rugs,
carpets, linoleum and other floor coverings.
7. Table linen, bed linen, towels and blankets.
8. Crockery, sivler-plated tableware, table glassware and cutlery.
9. Kitchen fixtures, equipment and utensils, including stoves and sinks.
10. Laundry equipment, including washing machines and sinks.
11. Water pumps, water-heating apparatus, water boilers and tanks
and water-purifying apparatus.
12. Fire fighting equipment.
13. Musical instruments, radios, radiograms, juke-boxes and sound
systems, and equipment for sports, games and pastimes including
ski-ing equipment, boats and outboard motors.
Made by the Adllinistrator in Council under Section 16 (2) (e) of the
Hotels Aid Ordinance, 1954 (No. 45 of 1954) this 28th day of August, 1963.
GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
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