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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
Alternate Title: Government gazette
St. Vincent government gazette
Physical Description: v. : ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Saint Vincent
Publisher: G.P.O.
Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
Kingstown St. Vincent
Publication Date: February 15, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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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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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 7: The Aid to Pioneer Industries (Fred John De Nobriga) (Manufacture of Edible Oils) Revocation Order, 1966
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 8: Proclamation appointing Tuesday, the 22nd day of February, 1966, to be observed as a Bank Holiday throughout the Colony
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


S lblished bAg guthoritp.


VOL. 99.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 FEBRUARY, 1966. [No. 13.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 41.
LEGISLATION.

The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & O. No. 7.-The Aid to Pioneer
Industries (Fred John De Nobriga)
(Manufacture of Edible Oils) Re-
vocation Order, 1966.

S.R. & O. No. 8.-Proclamation ap-
pointing Tuesday, the 22nd day of
February, 1966, to be observed as a
Bank Holiday throughout the
Colony.
15th February, 1966.


No. 26.
VACANT POSTS.

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for appointment
in the General Clerical Service.
Applicants must be between the ages
of 17 and 25 years and in possession of
one of the following minimum quali-
fications:-
(1) The G.C.E. with passes at 'O'
level in 5 subjects including
English Language and Mathe-
matics.


(2) The minimum qualifications for
Typist are:-
The G.C.E. 'O' level in English
Language and proof of ability
to copy type accurately at 40
w.p.m.
Salary scales are:-
CLERICAL: $1,392, $1,392/$1,536
x 84-$1,872 x 96-$2,160/
$2,280 x 120-$2,760 x 144-
$3,624.
TYPIST: $1,392-$2,160.
STENOGRAPHER: $1,872-
$3,192.
SECRETARY: $3,336-$3,624.
Increments of salary may be given
for additional qualifications.
Prescribed application forms are
available at the Secretariat and must
be submitted together with copies of
Birth Certificates, Educational Certi-
ficates and two recent testimonials one
of which, should if possible, be from
the Headteacher of the school last at-
tended by the candidate, to the Chief
Secretary, Secretariat, Kingstown, St.
Vincent.
1st February, 1966.
By Command,
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Chief Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
15th February, 1966.


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74 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 FEBRUARY, 1966.-(No. 13.)


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.



INCOME TAX NQTUq.


TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC,


Every person concerned, not beij4 a
Government Officer, is hereby reminded
that the latest date fgo th~e sqbmissiop of
Income Tax Returns fr. assessment in
the year 1966 is the 31st March, and
that failure to give notice of charge-
ability is an oflence against the Incoime
Tax Ordinance, rendering the person
concerned liable to a fine not exceeding
SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY
DOLLARS.

2. EVERY PERSON whose income
accruing in, derived from the Colony or
elsewhere and whether received in the
Colony or not for the preceding year,
exceeded the statutory limit of $600.00
is required to submit a return in the
prescribed form notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductions no tax
may eventually be chargeable, and par-
ticular attention is directed to the fact
that the term "income" is deemed to
include not only money but also allow-
ances in kind.

3. Efforts are being made to send
forms to such persons. It is to be clearly
understood, however, that the Income
Tax Department is under no obligation
to send a return form to anyone and
that a person is not exonerated from the
statutory liability of making a return
even though a form may not have been
received from the Department. Forms
may be obtained, on application, at the
Revenue Offices at Georgetown, Barrou-
allie, Bequia and Union Island, or in
any other district from the Police Sta-
tion situate therein or from the Income
Tax Department, Kingstown, where any
person requiring information in connec-
tion therewith is invited to enquire.

4. The form correctly completed
should be accompanied by all necessary
supporting statements. Specimens of
the form of account required from small


trei;s and from occupiers or cultiva-
to qf g 'yI4 be supplied on request.

A. J. DaSILVA,
Inland Revenue Officer.

O4 Revpue. O ce,

2s) De r,3r, 1965.


GOVERN-ME-NT COTTON GINNERY

Sea Island Cotto, Crop 1965/66

The prices to be paid for Sea Island
Sed Cotton ip respect of the 19,65/66
Crop are as follows:
WHITE 28 cents per lb.
STAINED 4 cents per lb.
2. Purchases of Seed Cotton will be
made at the Government Cotton Ginnery
on MONDAY, THURSDAY, and
FRIDAYS, from 8.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.,
commencing from Thirdayv, 19t4, Fb-
ruary, 1966.
3. Cotton Growers are hereby in-
formed that the U.K. Spinners have not
yet agreed upon the price to be. paid for
the 1965/66 Cotton. They contend that
in the face of severe competition from
the Egyptian and Sudanese Cottons and
also from the "synthetics" trade, they
are meeting severe resistance in all mar-
kets to the sale of yarn and cloth based
on last year's price. Furthermore,
owing to reduced crops in recent years,
some users have been unable to obtain
supplies and they have gone off Sea
Island Cotton until they can be assured
that supplies will be adequate. Price
negotiations are still under way but the
best offer so far has been $1.43 per lb.
for White Lint, while there has as yet
been no sale for the Stained Lint from
the 1964/65 Crop.
4. In the circumstances it will be
hardly possible to pay any "bonus" on
the price of 28* per lb. on this year's
crop, unless of course, a better price than
$1.43 per lb. for White Lint is nego-
tiated.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
5th February, 1966.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 FEBRUARY, 1966.-(No. 13.)


POLICE NOTICES.

CARIV-AL 1966.

Sale of Liqu.or

The attention of owners of Refreshment Houses and Licensed Liquor
Shpp throughout the territory is drawn to Section 4 of the First Schedule
of the Shop (Hours of Opening and Employment) (Amenidment) Ordinance
No. 14 of 1948.
2. Tuesday 22nd February, 1966, being a Public Holiday, Refreshment
Houses and Licensed Liquor Shops throughout the territory may be opened
between the hours of 8.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.
3. If any person during the time which any Liquor Licensed premises
are directed to be closed by, or in pursuance of, the Liquor Licence Ordinance
No. 11/48 or any other Ordinance, disposes or exposes for disposal in those
premises, any liquor or allows any liquor although purchased, sold, or other-
wise disposed of before the hours of closing to be consumed on those premises,
or open or keeps open those premises, shall be guilty o' an offence.
Every Licensed holder who permits any person other than an inmate
or se.vant 9x tdge .pren ises, to remain on his licensed premises during any
period during which such premises are required by law to be closed shall
be guilty of an offence.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
12th February, 1966.

Vehicles entering Victoria Park on the undermentioned dates and times
will conform to a system of one way traffic which has been arranged.

Regulations made by the Chief of Police under Section 79 (1) of the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance:-
Saturday 19th February, 1966, between the hours of 4.00 p.m. and 12.00 p.m.
Monday 21st February, 1966, between the hours of 3.00 p.m. and 8.00 p.m.

MOTOR VEHICLES ENTRY
Vehicles will enter Victoria Park by way of Peebles Bridge.
Vehicles from Windward will proceed South to North along North River
Road and turn left into Victoria Park by way of Peebles Bridge.
Vehicles from Leeward entering the Park will proceed by way of Stoney
Grounds and North River Road.

VEHICLES PROCEEDING AROUND VICTORIA PARK
Traffic will conform to a system of one way travelling anti-clockwise
around Victoria Park, that is to say, Vehicles entering the Park by way of
Peebles Bridge, will keep Right and those entering by Road to Leeward will
turn right.

MOTOR VEHICLE EXIT
Exit will be by Bentinck Square and Road to Leeward.

OQNE WAY TRAFFIC
North River Road between Grenville Street and Peebles Bridge-
SOUTH TO NORTH.
Police are under strict directions to enforce these Regulations during
the time they apply.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
12th February, 1966.


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76 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 FEBRUARY, 1966.-(No. 13.)


Sunday 20th February, 1966.

Queen's Carnival Competition-Russel's Cinema Stoney Ground.

Vehicles entering Stoney Ground on the undermentioned date and time
will conform to a system of one way traffic which has been arranged.

Regulations made by the ('Ci,;f of Police under Section 79 (1) of the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance:-
Sunday 20th February, 1966, between the hours of 7.00 p.m. and 12.00 p.m.

MOTOR VEHICLES ENTRY
Vehicles will enter Stoney Ground by way of North River Road.

MOTOR VEHICLES EXIT
Exit will be by Road to Leeward.

ONE WAY TRAFFIC
Old Montrose Road: between Peebles Bridge and junction leading to
Mr. Eustace's Residence. SOUTH TO NORTH only.

Stoney Ground Road: between Old Montrose Road and Road to Leeward.
EAST TO WEST only.

Unnamed Road: between Old Montrose Road and Road to Leeward
(near Mr. Eustace's residence) EAST TO WEST only.
Police are under strict directions to enforce these Regulations during
the time they apply.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
12th February, 1966.

Tuesday, 22nd February, 1966

Permission is hereby granted by the Chief of Police for Bands to perform
through the Streets of Kingstown during the Carnival on Tuesday 22nd
February, 1966, between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. These Bands must
however conform to a system of One Way Traffic which has been arranged.

Regulations made by the Chief of Police unvdcr Section 79 (1) of the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance:-

MOTOR VEHICLES ENTRY
Vehicles will enter Victoria Park by way of Peebles Bridge.
Vehicles from Windward will proceed South of North River Road and
turn left into Victoria Park by way of Peebles Bridge.
Vehicles from Leeward entering the Park will proceed by way of Stoney
Ground and North River Road.

VEHICLES PROCEEDING AROUND VICTORIA PARK
Traffic will conform to a system of One Way travelling anti-clockwise
around Victoria Park, that is to say, Vehicles entering the Park by way of
Peebles Bridge will keep Right and those entering by road to Leeward will
turn right.

PARKING ARRANGEMENTS AT VICTORIA PARK
Buses and Trucks not carrying advertising Bands will park in the open
space behind the Colonial Hospital Annexe. Buses and Trucks carrying
advertising Bands will go through the Western Gate, drop performers drive
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Leeward Buses will park at the Park Stand on the Eastern side of South
River Road.

Taxis which usually park in the Park Stand on Hillsboro Street will park
on the Park Stand on the Eastern side of the Court House.

MOTOR VEHICLES EXIT

Exit will be by Bentinck Square and Road to Leeward.

ONE WAY TRAFFIC

North River Road between Grenville Street and
Peebles Bridge ...... SOUTH TO NORTH

ONE WAY TRAFFIC ABOUT KINGSTOWN

Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. the following Roads will be
ONE WAY drive for all vehicles and Bands:-

TYRELL, GRENVILLE, HALIFAX AND GRANBY
STREETS (otherwise known as Back Street)
between the corner of the unnamed Street (near
Mr. Connell's residence) and Grenville Street and
James Street ...... EAST TO WEST

MIDDLE STREET, between James Street and
unnamed Street (near Mr. Connell's residence). ...... WEST TO EAST

BAY STREET, between James Street and the
unnamed Street (near Mr. Connell's residence). ...... WEST TO EAST

Unnamed Street (near Mr. Connell's residence). ...... NORTH TO SOUTH
(Back to Bay Street)
IIGGINSON STREET ...... NORTH TO SOUTH
(Back to Bay Street)
MELVILLE STREET ...... NORTH TO SOUTH
(Bay to Back Street)
BEDFORD STREET ...... NORTH TO SOUTH
(Bay to Back Street)
HILLSBORO STREET, between Halifax and Bay
Streets. ..... NO ENTRY EX-
CEPT POLICE AND
FIRE VEHICLES.
EGMONT STREET, between Halifax and Bay
Streets .. SOUTH TO NORTH
(Bay to Back Street)
SOUTH RIVER ROAD ..SOUTH TO NORTH
(Bay to Back Street)
JAMES STREET, between Halifax and Bay Streets ...... SOUTH TO NORTH
(Bay to Back Street)
McKIES HILL ROAD, between Lyric Theatre and
Judges Bridge. ...... SOUTH TO NORTH

POLICE ARE UNDER STRICT DIRECTIONS TO ENFORCE THESE
REGULATIONS DURING THE TIME THEY APPLY.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
12th February, 1966.





















SAINT VINCENT, TUESI)AY, 15 FEBRUARY, 1966.-(No. 13.)


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AT THE CLOSE
OF BUSINESS ON MONDAY THE 31ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1966



(Pursuant to the East Caribbean Curreicy Agreement 1965, Article 23 (2))


Liabilities

NOTES IN CIRCULATION

BANKERS' BALANCES


LOANS BY PARTICIPATING
GOVERNMENTS


Assets
EC$
24,187,040 EXTERNAL ASSETS

654,100 CURRENT ACCOUNTS AND
MONEY AT CALL IN
LONDOv .

375,000 UNITED I KINGDOM
GOVERN MENT
TREASU RY BILLS


EC$


EC$


1,471,347


15,222,368


OTIIL:u I UNITED KING-
DOM GOVERNMENT
SECUl I'IES . 5,709,300

BRITISH CARIBBEAN
CURRENCY BOARD
NOTES .. 505,800

NOTE ISSUE ACCOUNTS
WITI BANKS IN
BARBADOS .. 35,000 22,943,815

[Proportion of external
assets to notes in cir-
culation and other de-
mand liabilities:
92.4%.]


GOVERNMENT DEBENTURES


OTHER ASSETS

EC$25,216,140


2,018,050

254,275

EC$25,216,140


N. D. OSBORNE,
Deputy Managing Director.


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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT. [ Price 30 cents. I


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13 -
APR 27 1966 i
SAINT VINCENT. t .

STATUTORY RULES AND ORD

1966, No. 7.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (FRED JOHN De NOBRIGA)
(MANUFACTURE OF EDIBLE OILS) REVOCATION ORDER.


(Gazetted 15th February, 1966.)


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Fred John De Nobriga) (Manufacture of Edible Oils) Revocation Order,
1966.
2. Revocation. The Aid to Pioneer Industries (Fred John De Nobriga)
(Manufacture of Edible Oils) Order, 1965 (S.R. & O. 1965, No. 24) is hereby
revoked.


Made by the Administrator in Council under Section 10 (4) of the Aid
to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952 (No. 5 of 1952) this 10th day of
February, 1966.

GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
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SAINT VINCENT. /

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDE W APR 26 196

1966, No. 8.


(Gazetted 15th February, 1966).


BY THE ACTING ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.

[ L. S. ]
J. L. CHAPMAN,
Acting Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 7 of the Bank Holidays Ordinance, Cap. 161, it is
enacted that it shall be lawful for the Administrator in Council from time to
time, by Proclamation in the Gazette, to appoint a special day to be observed as
a Bank Holiday throughout the Colony:

Now THEREFORE I do, in accordance with the advice of the Executive
Council, and pursuant to the authority in me vested by the said Ordinance,
hereby appoint Tuesday, the 22nd day of February, 1966, to be observed as a
Bank Holiday throughout the Colony.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Island of Saint Vincent
at Government House in the said Island this Fifteenth day of February
in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Sixty-six
and in the Fourteenth Year of the Reign of Her Majesty QUEEN
ELIZABETH THE SECOND.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN


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