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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
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Publication Date: August 17, 1965
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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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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Vublished bY 17 Athor. ..


VOL. 98.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 AUGUST, 1965. [No. 50.


GOVERNMENT NOTICE.


No. 160.
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 FINAL HURRICANE WARNING


KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS


(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.
13th July, 1965.


(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.


By Command,


H. H. WILLIAMS,
Chief Secretary.


GOVrNMw NT Or~ oE,
17th August, 1965.


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256 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 50.)


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

INTRODUCTION COURSES FOR
STUDENTS GOING TO BRITAIN,
1965

It would be difficult to overstress the
importance to students going overseas
of orientation before settling down to
their studies, and the British Council
in London is arranging a series of 4-day
Residential Courses at various Halls of
Residence of the University of London
for students going to Britain during
1965.
The object of these Courses is to
provide a practical introduction to life
in Britain, and to meet the needs of
students the Courses will concentrate
on local conditions of life and study
in Britain. In addition to lectures and
discussions, students will be taken on
tours to places of interest and on shop-
ping expeditions where practical advice
will be given on the purchase of suit-
able warm clothing. The first of these
Residential Courses will start on
August 25th, and they will continue
throughout September.
There is no Course fee: The British
Council will pay the full cost of tuition
and administrative expenses. Students,
howe--r, will be required to pay for
their accommodation and board at a
cost o0 approximately 1 per day, and
personal incidental expenses such as
bus fares, etc. A great number of
students from overseas have attended
these Courses in the past and have
found them very practical and useful.
Any students from the Windward and
Leeward Islands who wishes to join
one of these Courses should apply to:
The Representative,
The British Council,
P.O. Box 68,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad, W.I.
for an enrolment form which should be
completed and returned with a regis-
tration fee of 10/- (which will be
deducted from the cost of cncommods-
tion) and the student will then he
placed on the first available course.

COMMONWEALTH
SCHOLARSHIPS

1. Applications are invited for
Commonwealth Scholarships offered by
the United Kingdom Government under
the Commonwealth Scholarship and


Fellowship Scheme and tenable at in-
stitutions of higher learning in the
United Kingdom from October, 1966.
The scholarships are intended for
persons of high intellectual promise
who may be expected to make a signi-
ficant contribution to life in their own
countries on their return from study
abroad. They are primarily available
for postgraduate study or research at
Universities and at colleges of techno-
logy, but may be held for courses at
other institutions, e.g., in the fields of
adult, social or rural education, of fine
art. of architecture, or of industrial
design.
2. Tenure. A scholarship is tenable
for a programme of study or research
normally extending over a period of
two academic years and leading to a
university degree or similar qualifica-
tion. An award may however be made
for one academic year only.
3. Emoluments. These include:-
(a) fares to U.K. and return on
expiry of the scholarship;
(b) approved tuition, laboratory
and examination fees;
(c) personal maintenance allowance
at the rate of 56. 10s per
month;
(d) a grant for books and apparatus
of 25 per year and of up to
25 for typing and binding of
thesis, where applicable;
(e) a grant for expenses of approved
travel within Britain of up to
25 per year;
(f) an initial clothing grant of 40
for such scholars coming from
tropical countries as are recom-
mended to receive it;
(g) for male scholars accompanied
by their wives, a marriage al-
lowance at the rate of 22. 10s.
per month, and allowances at the
rate of 5, 3. 6s. 8d and
2. 18s. 4d per month respect-
ively for the first, second and
third of his children under the
age of 16 who are with him in
Britain. (These allowances will
not be payable during the first
year of the tenure of a scholar-
ship unless the scholar was mar-
ried at the time of -the award,
and will not be payable in re-
spect of a wife who holds a
scholarship herself or is in paid
employment.)
4. Eligibility. Candidates must
normally be resident in the West Indies
and must be, or hope to be, by October,
1966, graduates of a university or col-










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 50.) 257


lege in their country or holders of an
equivalent qualification. No applica-
tions will also be considered from such
persons without a degree or similar
qualification who wish to take a first
course of study in the U.K. provided
they are normally resident in a country
where no university or college offers
courses in the subjects of their choice.
5. Applicants should not have
reached their 35th birthday by 1st
October, 1966, but preference will be
given to candidates who are between
22 and 28 years of age. Only in ex-
ceptional circumstances applications
may be accepted from candidates over
35 years of age.
6. Method of application: Appli-
cations must be made through unit
Governments in septuplicate, and on
prescribed forms available from the
Education Officer, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent. Applicants must lodge their
applications not later than 31st Octo-
ber, 1965. Applicatiois that are in-
complete or are not supported by the
required documents will not be enter-
tained.
THEODORE V. KEANE.
Education Officer.
3rd August, 1965.


SAINT VINCENT.

BY AUTHORITY OF THE
REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ORDINANCE
(CHAPTER 156 OF THE LAWS
OF SAINT. VINCENT).

(Gazetted 3rd August, 1965.)

NOTICE.

NOTICE is hereby given that an
application was on the 30th November,
1964 made by the COSDEN OIL &
CHEMICAL COMPANY, a corporation
organised and existing under the laws
of the State of Delaware, United States
of America, of Big Spring, Texas,
United States of America, for a
PATENT relating to REACTORS
AND APPARATUS FOR CONTINU-
OUS EXOTHERMIC REACTIONS.
Any person may at any time WITH-
IN TWO MONTHS from the date of
the publication of this notice give notice
to the REGISTRAR of opposition to
the issue of a Certificate of registration
upon any of the grounds prescribed by
Section 27 of the PATENTS ORDIN-


ANCE, (Chapter 155) (see below) for
opposition to the grant of Letters
Patent.

Section 27 (1) of Chapter 155.
"Any person may, at any time within
two months from the date of the adver-
tisement of the acceptance of a complete
specification, give notice at the Registry
of Patents of opposition to the grant
of the patent, on the ground of the
applicant having obtained the inven-
tion from him, or from a person of
whom he is the legal representative, or
on the ground that the invention has
been patented in the Colony, or an
application of prior date, but on no
other ground."

H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar of Patents.

c/o The Registry,
Supreme Court,
The Court House,
Kingstown,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
28th July, 1965.


IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
THE WINDWARD ISLANDS
AND LEEWARD ISLANDS.
(SAINT VINCENT CIRCUIT.)
A.D. 1965.


SUIT No. 25/65.
JOYCE ASHTON
of Ratho Mill
AND
JAMES GREECE
of Villa


-Plaintiff


-Defendant


NOTICE is hereby given that on
SATURDAY 4th SEPTEMBER, 1965,
between the hours of 12.00 o'clock noon
and 3.00 p.m. there will be offered for
sale at the COURT HOUSE in KINGS-
TOWN the Property of the above-
named Defendant JAMES GREECE,
of Villa being all that lot, piece or par-
cel of land situate at Villa having a
Wall House thereon and in which the
said Defendant resides.

Dated this 10th day of August, 1965.

H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar Supreme Court.











258 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 50.)


NOTICE


ELECTORAL LISTS 1965.

It is notified for general information
that the lists of electors for the several
electoral districts of the Colony will
come into force on 24th day of August,
1965.
Any copy of the lists may be seen
at the Government Office, Kingstown
Library and at all Revenue Offices and
Police Stations.
Copies are also available for sale.
J. V. ALVES,
Supervisor of Elections.
16th August, 1965.



EDUCATION NOTICE.

EVENING CLASSES 1965/66.

Evening Classes leading to the Gen-
eral Certificate of Education Examina-
tion, Ordinary Level for 1966 will com-
mence on September 13th, 1965.
Tuition will be offered in the fol-
lowing subjects-English Language,
English Literature, Mathematics, Geo-
graphy, History, Health Science, Bible
Knowledge-provided that at least six
students enrol for each class.
The Department will not conduct
classes for less than six students in each
class.
Entry forms duly completed together
with Treasury receipts showing that
tuition fees have been paid must be
returned to the Education Department
not later than 31st August, 1965.
No student will be permitted to at-
tend classes if his fees are unpaid.
The Education Officer will sign up
for the Examination only those students
who pass the qualifying tests set by the
tutors.


Candidates other than Evening Class
students who wish to sit for this exam-
ination as "Private Candidates" must
also pass these tests, for which a fee will
be charged, before they will be signed
up by the Education Officer.
Further information can be obtained
from the Education Department.

THEODORE V. KEANE,
Education Officer.


PRESS RELEASE.

The American Embassy in Port of
Spain, Trinidad, announces that in-
quiries regarding applications for schol-
arships to study at universities in the
United States of America for the aca-
demic year beginning September 1966
are now being accepted. Inquiries must
be received by the Cultural Affairs
Officer, American Embassy, 2b Marli
Street, Port of Spain, Trinidad, no
later than August 27, 1965.
All candidates must be citizens of
Trinidad and Tcbago or the British
West Indies.
The basic qualifications for under-
graduate study are: (1) Candidates
must be 21 years or under; and (2)
must have a General Certificate of Edu-
cation or Higher School Certificate with
a minimum of three passes at the ordin-
ary level and two at advanced level, or
a diploma from a two-year teacher
training institution.
The basic qualifications for graduate
study are: (1) candidates must be 35
years or under; and (2) must hold a
degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor
of Science from a university outside the
United States of America.
Individuals who already have received
their University Education in the United
States are not eligible to apply for schol-
arship assistance.

THEODORE V. KEANE,
Education Officer.
August 4, 1965.


ATTENTION

COTTON GROWERS

The price of $1.51 per lb. white lint was obtained for the last two cotton
crops. This permitted a worthwhile price to be paid to growers along with
a small bonus. The bonus would have been bigger but for the high percentage
of stained cotton for which there is little or no market now. The price to be










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 50.) 259


offered by the spinners for the 1965/66 crop is not yet known but it is expected
that it will be similar to that obtained last crop with a slight possibility of a
small increase.

This crop growers will have the added advantage of having their cotton
sprayed free of charge. It is hoped that the spraying will greatly reduce
the amount of stained cotton which will mean increased returns to the grower
and to the island as a whole.

The market for cotton is good at the moment and the new gins and the
bale press for the ginnery are here and will be in operation for the coming
crop.

Growers are therefore advised to plant more cotton this season. At the
price prevailing cotton can be grown at a profit. We can sell all the cotton
we produce now and in crder to help save our shaky economy and avoid over-
producing sweet potatoes we should seize this opportunity and plant more
cotton.

For best results growers are reminded to follow these simple rules:

1. Prepare the land early and keep it clean weeded both before and after
planting.
2. Plant early, as soon as the season opens, and make every effort to
complete all planting between 16th and the 31st August. This is most
important.
3. Plant 10 seeds per hole to ensure good germination and an even stand
of plants.
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. Thinning out is best done after a shower of rain,
but do not delay thinning beyond three weeks, rain or no rain.

6. Do not plant other crops such as corn and sweet potatoes between
the cotton, or if you must, then just a little.

7. If your land is strong apply Sulphate of Ammonia at the rate of
400 lbs. per acre or 16: 4: 16 N P H fertilizer at 6-800 lbs. per acre to the
cotton when it is 5 weeks old. Two level tablespoons of the fertilizer, applied
one on each side of each hole of cotton is roughly equal to 400 lbs. of fertilizer
per acre. Place the fertilizer two inches away from the cotton plant on each
side of it in holes about two inches deep. In poorer, sandy soils cotton seed
meal applied on ranging is a good practice.
8. Insect pests can be controlled or kept in check by applying recom-
mended insecticides at the correct rates of application. Growers are asked
to report to their Agricultural Officers the first appearance of Stainers, Stink
Bugs and Pink Boll Worms as early as possible. This will greatly assist
their better control. Remember the more insect damage the more stained
cotton and the less money to the grower.
9. At the end of the cotton crop, thoroughly destroy all cotton plants
and seed cotton residues and observe the close season regulations scrupulously.
Watch those Ochroes-they should not be grown in the close season.
The price paid last crop for white seed cotton was 28S per lb. and for
stained cotton 6s per lb. only. This year's prices will be about the same. It
pays to produce white and not stained cotton.
Lastly, in areas where cotton does not do well it is best to avoid them as
you are likely to lose your money.

C. L. DeFREITAS,
Acting Superintendent of Agriculture.
10th August, 1965.









260 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 50.)


TREASURY NOTICE.

INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT.

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 49 of the "Land
and House Tax Ordinance" Cap. 194, as amended by Ordinance No. 12 of
1954, the following properties which were sold at auction on 26th June and
3rd July, 1965, for arrears of taxes, will vest absolutely in the purchaser's
name unless the Owners or any other person or persons having an interest
in the properties sold pay into the Treasury the said purchase price Plus Ten
Per Centum thereof before the expiration of three (3) months from the date
of sale.


Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
12th August, 1965.


A. A. EDWARDS,
Acting Accountant General.


(DISTRICT VI)
Union Island


Name of Owner
or Occupier

Adams, Rubina
Alexander,
Evelyn
Charles, Ernest
Dembar, Dorothy
Douglas, Isaint
Douglas,
Priscilla
Edwards, Mary
Hutchinson,
Palino
Hutchinson,
Sylvia
John, Ann Marie
,ohn, Lillian
Louis, Benjamin
McKenzie,
Ignatius
Mulzac, Esther
Mulzac, Hilda
Pope, Rosanna
Regis, Cebert
Regis, Preston
Roome, Wilfred
Samuel,
Christiana
Samuel, Julian
Samuel, Princess
Saxon, Mary Ann
Scrubb, Claudius
Scrubb, Matilda
Scrubb, Willie
Selby, Enoch
Selby, Fitzroy
SQlby, William
Simon, Jeremiah
Stewart, Charles
Stewart, Eliza
Stewart, Jestina
Stewart, Marcella
Taylor, Caroline
Wilson, Celestine
Wilson. Margaret
Wilson, Maria


Situation of
Property


Clifton

Ashton
Ashton
Ashton
Clifton

Ashton
Ashton

Ashton

Ashton
Campbell
Ashton
Ashton

Ashton
Richmond
Garden Field
Ashton
Ashton
Colin Campbell
Jerome

Ashton
Clifton Valley
Xshton
Ashton
Jerome
Jerome
Colin Campbell
Ashton North
bloody Bay
Rapid
Ashton
\shton Valley
Miss Irene
Rapid
Ashton
Ashton
Ashton
Colin Campbell
Queensbury


Description of
Property

2 roods

2 acres 27 poles
14 poles
1 House spot
2 roods

1 acre of land
1 House spot

1 House spot

1 House spot
lac. 1 rd. 32 pls.
1 House spot
1 ac. 1 rd. 36 pls.

1 House spot
1 ac. 3 rds. 16 pls.
1 House spot
1 House spot
1 rood of land
1 acre of land
2 roods of land

2 acs. 3 rds. 23 p1s.
1 House spot
1 House spot
1 House spot
2 acres of land
2 acs. 3 rds. 27 pls.
1 ac. 3 rds. 141/2 pls.
1 House spot
3 acs. 2 rds. 38 pls.
Sacs. 37 pls.
1 House spot
SHouse spot
I acs. 1 rd. 39 pls.
3 rds. 11 pls.
1 House spot
1 House spot
1 House spot
2 acs. 3 rds. 9 pls.
t acres of land


Purchase
Price


$ 3.00

$ 9.00
$ 6.50
$ 5.50
$ 5.25

$ 8.00
$ 4.00

$ 8.25

$ 5.50
$ 8.50
$ 5.50
$ 7.00

$ 8.50
$14.00
$ 5.00,
$ 5.25
$ 5.00
$ 4.25
$ 7.00

$29.00
$ 3.25
$10.00
$ 5.50
$ 8.25
$15.00
$ 3.25
$ 5.00
$11.00
$12.25
$12.50
$ 7.50
$ 7.50
$ 4.75
$11.75
$ 8.50
$13.25
$10.50
$33.25


Date


26.6.65

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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 AUGUST, 1965.-(No. 50.) 261


LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 94 of the "Land
and House Tax Ordinance" Chapter 194 as amended by Ordinance No. 12 of
1954, the following properties which were sold for arrears of taxes on the 19th
day of June, 1965, will vest absolutely in the purchasers' names unless the
Owners or any other person or persons having an interest in the properties
sold pay into the Treasury the said purchase price Plus Ten Per Centum thereof
before the expiration of three (3) months from the date of sale.

A. A. EDWARDS,
Acting Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
24th July, 1965.


Name of Owner Situation of Description of Amount Date
or Occupier Property Property sold for


Browne, Austin T. Langley Park 5 acres of land $ 70.00 19.6.65

Davis, Robert Langley Park 4 acs. 1 rd. 20 p. of land $ 30.00 19.6.65

Duncan, Headley Adelphi 2 rds. 3 pls. of land $ 8.00 19.6.65

Scott, William, Fairbairns 1 acre of land $100.00 19.6.65



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