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SA NT VINCENT -7


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


9ublisbr) hbn ,uthjrity.


VOL. 101.] SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 28 FEBRUARY, 1968. [No. 13.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 29.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE 1946
(No. 22 of 1946.)
AND
I': THE MATTER OF THE ACQUISITION by the Administrator in Council
of a certain parcel of land at Ocar, Bequia, in the Parish of the Grenadines
for a public purpose.

NOTICE OF ACQUISITION.
(SECOND PUBLICATION.)
(Gazetted 28th February, 1968.)
WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
1946 (No. 22 of 1946) that if the Administrator in Council considers that any
land should be acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to
that effect to be made:
AND WHEREAS it was considered by the Administrator in Council that the
undermentioned parcel of land should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit,
the erection of an Electric Power Station:
AND WHEREAS by declaration published in the Gazette on the 3rd and 10th
days of October 1967 it was declared that the said parcel of land at Ocar, Bequia
in the Parish of the Grenadines the property of JAMES R. JUTAGIR measuring
11,406 sq. ft. in area and bounded on the north by lands in the possession of the
Heirs of Rupert Jarvis, on the east by a Public Road, on the South by the Public
road to Hamilton and on the west by an allotment road was required for a
public purpose and should vest absolutely in the Crown upon the Second Publi-
cation of the said Declaration to that effect in the Gazette:
AND WHEREAS it was further declared and notified that a plan of the said
land bearing the number GR 1/80 and prepared by E. Stinson Campbell
Licensed Land Surveyor was lodged for inspection at all reasonable hours at






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76 AIfNT ViIN(ENT, WEDNESDAY, 28 FEBRUARY, 1968.-(No. 13)


the Lands and Surveys Department of Kingstown in thl Colony of St. Vincent
on the 24th day of August 1966.
Now THis Is To REQUIRE all persons interested to render to the Authorised
Officer at the said Lands and Surveys Department within thirty days of the issue
of this notice a statement in writing signed by them or their Attorneys or Agents
setting forth the amounts and full particulars of their claim for compensation
in respect of their interest in the land here-in-before described distinguishing
the amounts under separate heads and showing how the amount claimed under
each head is calculated.

Dated at Kingstown this 12th day of December 1967.

CLIFFORD E. R. WILLIAMS,
Authorized Officer.


No. 336.


APPOINTMENT.


i\.Ubl.:lAGI:; O)i'FI(' Ii.

Reverend IAN SCOTT BUCCLEUCIH as a
Marriage Officer, with effect from 28th
February, 1968.
2Sth February, 1968.
(C.-M. 508.)


No. 37.
LEGISLATION.
The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for Commonwealth Affairs has
notified that Her Majesty the QUEEN
will not be advised to exercise her power
of disallowance in respect of the follow-
ing Ordinances of this Government:-

No. 19 of 19oL.-An Ordinance to
provide for inm unities and pri-
vileges to be granted to the United
Kingdom Government Mission to
the Associated States of the West
Indies and to members of the mis-
sion and for purposes connected(
therewith.

Nu. 23 of 19J7.-An Ordinance fur-
ther to am-nd the Money Lemihng
Ordinance.

No. 21 of 1967.-An Ordinance to
sanction certain payments from
the Public Treasury in addition to
the sums already sanctioned under
the Appropriation Ordinance.
19-6. the Supplementary Appro-
priation Ordinance, 1964, the Sup-
plementary Appr -priation (No. 2)
Ordinance, 3164 and the Supple-
mentary Appropriationn 1964 (No.
3) Ordinance, 1965.

No. 25 of 1967.-An Ordinance to
sanction certain payments from
the Public Treasury in addition to
the sums already sanctioned under


their Appropriation Ordinance, 1965,
the Supplementary Appropriation
Ordinance (1965) Ordinance, 1965,
i!(, supplementaryry Appropriation
I9uo5. No. 2) Ordinance, 1965 and
the Supplementary Appropriation
(190;5, No. 3) Ordinance, 1966.

No. 26 of 1967.-An Ordinance to
provide for expenditure during
the financial year ending on the
thirty-thrst day of December, one
thousand nine hundred and sixty-
seven, poll certain services in
excess of the Appropriation law
relating to the year one thousand,
nine hundred and sixty seven.

No. 28 of ]1967.-An Ordinam.( to
provide for expenditure during tlhe
financial year ending on the
thirty-first day of December, one
thousand nine hundred and sixty
seven, upon certain services !i
excess of the Appropriation law
relating to the year one thousand,
nine hundred and sixty seven.

No. 29 of 1967. -An Ordinance to
provd(lo for expenditure during
the financial year ending on the
thii-ty-first day of December, one
lhliosand nine hundred and sixty
seven, upon certain services in
excess of the Appropriation law
relating to the year one thousand,
nine hundred and sixty seven.

No. 33 of 1967.-An Ordinance fur-
ther to amend the Money Lending
Ordinance.
28th February. 196,S.

No. 3S.
The following Document is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-

S.R. & 0. No. 10.-The Biabon Dis-
trict (Establishment and Member-
ship of Council) Order, 1968.
2t1h February. 196{.









SAINT \,iXCIENT, WEDNESDAY. 28


No. 39.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

Copies of the Minutes of the Eleventh
S'tiig' of the First Session of the Legis-
lative Council held on the 18th Janu-
ary, 1968, which may be seen at Gov-
ernment Office, the Kingstown Library
and all Revenue Offices are published
with this issue of thfl Gazette.
2'th Fcbruary. 196o.

No. 31.
VACANT POSTS.

Application.; are invited from per-
sons willing to serve as Cadet Public
Health Inspectors in the Medical De-
partment, St. Vincent.
2. Applicants should be beciwen tlie
ages of 18 years and 25 years, and in
possession of the Cambridge Overseas
School Certificate or the General Cer-
tificate of Education, Ordinary level,
with at least three subjects including
English Language and Health Science.
3. Consideration will also be given
to applicants who have not obtained
either of the above-mentioned Certifi-
eates. but who show evidence of hav-
ing attained :i reasonable standard of
education at post primary level. Such
candidates will lihowever, b, required
to pa.-s a qualifying examination.
4. The Cadet will be under the direct
control and supervision of the Public
Health Superintendent. and will be
appointed on a temporary monthly
basis. Opportunity for further train-
ing leading to the Diploma of the
Royal Society for the Promotion of
Health is possible.
5. Salary will be paid at the rate
of $1,392 per annum in the scale
$1,392 X $84 $1,560 X $96 $2,040
X $120 $2,280.
6. Application with copies of Birth
Certifivcte, Educational Certificates
and two recent testimonials, one of
which should if possible, be from the
Headmaster of the School last attend-
ed by the candidate, are to be sub-
mitted to the Establishment Officer,
St. Vincent, before 291 h February,
1968.
20th February, 1968.
(375):)

No. 32.
VACANT POST OF PROGRAMME ASSISTANT,
ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited to fill the
vacant post of Programme Assistant,
St. Vincent, Windward Islands Broad-
casting Service.


FERrUV1Y. 1 KS.-(No. 13)


Quialifica1tions: Minimum qualifica-
tions for entry into the Civil Service
or experience in modern broadcasting
technique.
Duties: To undertake preparation
and production of programmes, to
cover outside broadcasts on sporting
events and ceremonials and to perform
othpr duties as may be assigned.
Salary Scale :-$2,400 X 120-$2,880/
3,018 X 1-1 -- :.;'21 X 180 $3,984.
Travelling Allo wance $50.00 per
month.
Application must reach the Chief
Personnel Office. Public Service Com-
mission, St. George's Grenada not
later than 15th March, 1968.
20th February, 1968.

No. 33.
Government Headquarters,
Church Street,
Basseterre.
8th February, 1968.
VACANT POST OF DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC
PROSECUTIONS, ST. KITTS.

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for appointment
to the post of Director of Public Pros-
ecutions in the Legal Department, St.
Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla.
2. Applicants should be qualified to
practise as an advocate in a Court
having unlimited jurisdiction in civil
and criminal matters in the Common-
V(walth. and should be qualified for not
less than five years to practise as an
advocate or solicitor in such a court.
3. The salary of the post is $8,400
per annum.
4. Applications together with two
recent testimonials should be address-
ed to The Establishment Officer, Estab-
lishment Office, Kingstown from whom
further particulars of the post can be
obtained, and should be submitted to
reach him not later than 20th March,
1! S.
2Ith February. 1968.

No. 14.
V' UANCY FOR POST o0' WELFARE OFFICER,
E \S' CARIBBEAN COMMISSION, LONDON.

Applications are invited from persons
with wide experience in welfare work or
with a degree or diploma in the Social
Sciences for the post of Welfare Officer
in the East Caribbean Commission in
London.
2. The basic salary of the post is
$7,200 (EC) per annum with an Over-
seas Allowance of $960 (EC) per annum.









78 SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 28 FEBRUARY, 1968.-(No. 13)


The appointment will be on a contract
for a period of three years in the first
instance, and will be subject to termina-
tion on six months' notice on either side.
3. A gratuity at the rate of 121/2%
of basic salary will be payable on the
satisfactory completion of the contract.
4. Thel officer will be responsible for
the welfare of students and migrants
and the placing of students in universi-
ties and other institutions of learning.
The officer will also be required to un-
dertake any duties assigned to him from
time to time by the Commissioner.
5. Living quarters are not provided
but the officer will be paid a house allow-
ance of $1,200 (EC) per annum.
6. Applications on the prescribed
forms, accompanied by two (2) recent
testimonials, should be addressed to the
Executive Secretary West Indies (Asso-
ciated States) Council of Ministers,
Bridge Street, Castries, St. Lucia, to
reach him not later than 31st March
1968. Application forms and further
particulars may be obtained from the
Executive Secretary, the Secretariat,
S.. Luia, or froni the Permanent Secre-
tary, Chief Minister's Office, Kingstown,
Si:. Vicent, and from the Eastern
(': ;.l. a cA mission, 10 Haymarket,
L. nla .1' V. 1.
2J3rd Janiaary, 1968.

!',- Coinmand,

0. V. jEiCERiTWOOD,
Estabi'isirient Officer.

EsT'.\ iI,!I! MENT OFI:,
28th February, 1968.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

MINISTRY FOR
COUMMSINICATIONS & WORKS.

NOTICE.

AUCTION SALE.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that a damaged Massey Ferguson
TRACTOR wiit be offered for sale by Pub-
lic Auction on Wednesday the 6th
March, 1968, at the Public Works De-
parnment Compound, Arnos Vale, com-
mencing at 1.30 p.m.
The Tractor may be seen daily from
8.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon and from
1.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. from Monday to


Friday and from 8.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon
(in Saturday at the Public Works De-
partment Compound, Arnos Vale. There
is a reserve price of $1,600.00.

F. GILBERT THOMAS,
PIermanent Secretary,
.NI1'","/'!u for Cin nini cautions
d" Works (Acting).

A1inist riv for Coiuii niiiieatiors

Kingstowtn.
201h l i F(i'ruary, 196S.


GOVERNMENT OF SAINT
VINCENT.

M.INIS''rY (OF TRADE,
I'I.;iLCTION, LABOUR AND
TOURISM.

NOTICE.

Thie aite(ition of Owners (their attor-
neys, a;,!nis and Managers) of SHOPS
is drawn to the SIHOPS (HOURS OF
OPENING AND EMPLOYMENT)
(ORI)IN\ANCE, 1942, as amended, and,
in particular, to Sections 12 and 13 of
the Ordinance which read as' follows:-

'"}hoks to be kept
12. There shall be kept in every
shop or store or place of trade or busi-
i (.ws in respect of which an Order un-
(;,i tli. Ordinance is in force, a book
in whih shall be entered daily the
iie o'r in Mis during which every shop
assistant had been employed in such
shop''.


Penalties for breach of Orders.
13. (2) Whoever, being the owner
or the attorney, agent or manager of
such owner, of the shop or store or
place of trade or business in respect
of which an Order under this Ordin-
ance is in force . . .
(c) fails to keep a book in accord-
ance with the provisions of see-
tion 12 of this Ordinance, shall
be liable on summary conviction
to a penalty not exceeding ten
pounds.
2. The following Orders made under
this Ordinance are in force:
The Shops (Hours of Opening and Em-
ployment) Order, 1963 (S.R. & 0.
1963, No. 8).
The Shops (Hours of Opening and
Employment) (Amendment) Or-
der, 1963, (S.R. & 0. 1963, No. 30).
20th February, 1968.









SAINT VINCENT. WEDNESDAY. 2S .FBP'. ARtY. 1968(.-(No. 13)


NOTICE.


UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCES ORDINANCE NO. 11 OF 1948

It is hereby 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 re-
spective 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:-


Parishes
St. Andrew & St. George


Charlotte


St. David


St. Patrick


The Grenadines (Bequia)


The Grenadines (Canouan)

The Grenadines (Union Island)


Time and Place of Session
At the Court House at Paul's Lot,
Kingstown on Saturday the 30th
March, 1968 at 9.00 a.m.
.. At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Monday, 18th March, 1968 at 10.00
a.m.
At the Court House, Chateaubelair,
on Thursday 28th March, 1968 at
at 10.00 a.m.
.. At the Court House, Barrouallie, on
Thursday 14th March, 1968 at
9.15 a.m.
At the Court House, Port Elizabeth
on Friday 15th March 1968 at
10.00 a.m.
.. At the Court House, Canouan, on
Friday 8th March, 1968 at 10.00 a.m.
At the Court House, Clifton on
Friday the 22nd March, 1968 at
10.15 a.m.


Notices of intention to oppose the grant of any Certificates stating in
general terms the grounds of opposition, must be served upon the applicant
and upon the Magistrates not later than seven days before the date fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Session.
S. A. BROWNE,
and
L. A. D. WILLIAMS,
Magistrates.

PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES


Parish Names of Applicants Occupation


Residence Situation of
Premises


St. Andrew Lawrence Weekes
and
St. George *Wilbert Lewis
Leonard Barker
T. B. Mason


Charlotte





Grenadines
(Canouan)


Theresa DeFreitas
Oswald Parsons
*Selwyn Bowman
"Parnel King


Naboth DeRoch6


Comm. Agent Kingstown

Shopkeeper Mt. Pleasant
Fisherman Buccament Bay
Shopkeeper Questelles

Housewife Colonarie
SChauffeur I Richland Park
Shopkeeper .
Proprietor Diamond
Village

Business Man Canouan


Upper Middle
i Street
Mt. Pleasant
Buccament Bay
Questelles

Colonarie
Richland Park

Diamond
Village

Retreat Village
Canouan


* TrahiAfer of name of Licencee.









~' () SAINT \ iNCENT. Y. EiSDAV. 28 ERUiY 19Li8.-(Xo. 13)


INCOME TAX NOTICE.

TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.

The attention of the general public is
drawn to the fact that the new Income
Tax ;ordinauce, No. 21 of 1967, provides
as follows:-
"Except in the ease of deduction of
tax on payment of emoluments tax shall
be pa',yable on the first day of. July in
the yeav of assessment or within one
m1o.iti" (,f th, date of issue of the notice
of as :,ssment whichever shall be the
later date."'
-:i vi, ,.- of th,:.e provisions every per-
son con-o earned is urged to comply with
the requirement to furnish the necessary
returns rot later than March 31st, 1968.
In this connection it is pointed out
that failure or neglect to render any re-
turn or statement as required is an
offence under the above mentioned Or-
dinance.

N. R. CUMMINGS,
Compirollhr of Inland Revenue (Ag.).


POLICE NOTICES.


The f(;l;wing articles will be put up
for Sale by Publi. Auction at Police
IItldqLim:rI;. Kingstown on Saturday
16th Ml\la,"., 9-GS at 1.00 p.m.

One National Panasonic Transistor
Radio
One 'wye Traf1,,istor Radio
O()ne :'',tiional Transistor Radio
,iie Sta;idard Radio
(n'.e Phii; Tr;:;,sistor Radio
()O.wi Si i.r Tr;nisistor Radio
0:- .ilak C, n. rt
(; ;.- I,otie Ve'eLrmoij til
One bottle Liqueur
One bottle Cherry
Oin battle Braindy
One kitchen knife
On. pair Ladie.i' slipper
One pair gents" brown Mocassin
shoe'
One ladies Brooch
One Parker Pen
One Blue Bajhoin Jersey
One pair Ladies' Brown Spectacles


DElPARTMENT OF AGRICU

SALE OF ANIMALS.

The undernientioned animals
feared for sale to the General Pt
may be seen at the Camden Park
ment Station on any week-day


BULL CALVES
Name


Breed


JEFF Half-Bred Holstein
JuMP-uP Pure-Bred ,,


BEN
FREDDIE
SANDY


Ilalf-Bred ,,
Half-Bred ,,
Half-Bred ,,


CASSEY Half-Bred ,,
2 Barren sows and 2 castrated
15th February, 1968.


POST OFFICE NOTIC]


It is hereby notified for gener
imatiou that Kenya, Tanzania (ii
Zanzibar) and Uganda have ci
pay British Postal Orders'.
These countries are therefore
drawn from the British Posta
Scheme.
M. M. SCO
Acting Pos
19th February, 1968.


LTURE. One pair Ladies Spectacles
One Ladies' Flowered Purse
One Gents' brown Wallet
are of- One Ladies' pink Wallet
iblie and One Cream Safety Razor
Experi- One Gents' Black Wallet
:- One Ladies' Cream Wallet
One Ladies' Red Flowered Purse
Date of One pair Gents' Shades
Birth One Ladies' Grey Wallet
31.10.6 One Ladies' Blue Purse
31.10.65 One Ladies' White Purse
20. 4.66 One Blue Fountain Pen
30. 9.67 One Gents' Brown Wallet
13.10.67 One Ladies' REc1 Wallet
One Ladies' Rodania Wrist Watch
27.10.67 Two Silver Hub Caps
5.11.67 One Gents' Green Sun-shade
One Jaylon Banlon Jersey
i Boars. One White Kay Shirt
One Blue Kay Shirt
One Ladies' Wingard Wrist Watch
One TLa'lies' Pernix Wrist Watch
E One Gents' Ardarth Wrist Watch
One Ladies' Josmar Wrist Watch
One Ladies' Samba Wrist Watch
al infor- Seventy nine drinking Glasses
including One Ladies' Flowered Purse
eased to One Brown Wallet
One Ladies' Cream Wallet
'e with- One Ladies' Red Flowered Purse
1 Order One Ladies' White Purse
One Ladies' Blue Purse
TT, One Gents' Brown Wallet
master. One Ladies' Red Purse
12th February, 1968.








SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 28 FEBRUARY, 1968.-(No. 13) 81


N.ire' is h-r'eby !ziven that the
Chief of Police acting in accordance
with the provisions of Section 13 (3)
of Ordinance No. 30 of 1956, has
approv])'d 1eii use of fMessrs Inter-
natioial Tradimn and Transport Co.
Ii-., Callia';ua for the storage of L.P.
GO;S.


The amount -tored at any one time
shall not exceed twenty-five tons.


S. A. ANDERSON.
Chief of Police.

20)th February, 1968.


COIN CONTINUATION BOARD

STATEMENT OF BRITISH CARIBBEAN COIN TN CIRCULATION
AS AT CLOSE OF BSTINE'S ON 30TH NOVEMBER, 19.7

(Pu'''ant o t; BriliJ C',ribban Cu '.rncy AgreU menOt 1961, Article 10 (3))


Average Monthly Circulation
TRINIDAD
C'UYANA
BARBADOS
ANTIGUA
DOMINICA
GRENADA
MONTSERRAT
ST. KITTS/NEVIS/AN(UILLA
ST. LUCIA
ST. VINCENT


Proof Sets


...... $4,102,395.00
974,071.00
...... 5 3,9f35.82
1,134,175.00
309,.(;5".00
...... 1 -I,875.0H
..... 23S.?75.
29,750.00
...... 1(i68525.00
171,825.00
138,150.00

$3,887.931.82
1,870.00


COIN CONTINUATION BOARD

STATEMENT OF BRITISH CARIBBEAN COIN IN CIRCULATION
AS AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON 31ST DECEMBER, 1967

(Pursuant to the British Caribbean Currency Agreement 1964, Article 10 (3))


Average daily circulation during month
TRINIDAD
GUYANA
BARBADOS
ANTIGUA
DOM(INICA
GRENADA
MONTSERRAT
ST. KITTS/NEVIS/ANGUILLA
ST. LUCIA
ST. VINCENT


Proof Sets


$3,924,442.82
974,671.00
537,292.00
1,187,775.00
...... 320,600.00
161,675.00
...... 238,375.00
29,750.00
170,775.00
174,175.00
145,725.00

$3,940,813.00
1,870.00

$3,942,683.00


J. D. HUGHES,
Executive Commissioner
Coin Continuation Board.









82 SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 28 FEBRUARY, 1968.-(No. 13)


WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
[N THIIE HIGH COURT
(ST. \VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

Between:
Suit No. 65/1964
TIHE GRANDSABLE ESTATES
LIMITED -Plaintiff
AND


LEONORA GLASGOW


-Defendant


It is heheby notified for General in-
formation that the undermentioned
Chattel, the property of the above-
named Defendant and levied upon by
virtue of a Writ of Seizure and sale
issued in the above Suit will be put up
for sale by Public Aaction at the Court
House, Kingstown on Saturday 2nd
March 195i8, at 10.00 o'clock in the fore-
n1oon.
That is to say:
5 Ware Plates
1 Enamel Plate
2 Dozen Glasses
1 Dozen Saucers
1/2 Dozen Teacups
2 Morris Chairs
2 Sitting Chairs
1 Dining Table
1 Board IHouse.

A. T. WOODS,
Registrar p'. ,,, Court (A.g).
15th February, 1968.


WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGIH COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

SUIT No. 196 OF 1966.
BETWEEN
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK
OF COMMERCE -Plaintiff
AND


HAMILTON BACCHUS
&
ELLEN BACCHUS
of Yambou


-Defeldantls


PURSUANT to an Order made on the
5th day of December, 1967, THERE
WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE by
the Registrar of the Supreme Court at
the Court House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent, between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
March, 1968 all the Right Title and


Interest inessnages lands and tenements
vested in and in ihe possession of the
I)eie'dants Hamilton Bacchus and
Ellen Baecchus of Yambou as specified
in the schedule hereto.

SCHEDULE
ALL THAT ILOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Yambou Estate in the
Island of Saint Vincent being Two (2)
Aeres more or les.- and is bounded on the
North by lands of Norman Shearman on
the East byI a road on thle South by lands
of Edwin Bacch.us and on the West by
lands of Cecil Bacchus or howsoever
otherwise the same may be butted
bounded known or described Together
with all ways waters watercourses rights
lights liberties privileges and all other
easements and appurtenances thereto be-
i!i:.':iir oi;. 7,e',l iusi Il o'eupied and en-
joyed tlherewith or reputed to belong or
be lppirtenant thereto.

IReserve Price-$4800.00
DATED THIllS 19th day of February,
196(s.
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE II1GII COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

SUIT No. 200 or 1966.
BETWEEN
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK
OF COMMERCE -Plaintiff
AND


CONRAD WILLIAMS
of Carriere


-Defendant


PURSUANT to an Order made on the
5th day of December, 1967, THERE
WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE by
the Registrar of the Supreme Court at
the Court House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent. between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
March, 1968 all the Right Title and
Interest messages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
Defendant-CONRAD WILLIAMS of
Carriere as specified in the schedule
hereto.
SCHEDULE
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Ropes Mountain Mesopo-
tamia in the Island of Saint Vincent be-
ing (33/1) Three and Three-Quarters
Acres of land which is butted and










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bounded on the North by lands of
Hubert John and Precilla Holder on the
South by lands of Fred Benn and James
Guy on the East by a stream and on the
West by a four foot road or howsoever
otherwise the same may be butted
bounded known distinguished or de-
senrib'd TOGETHER with all ways
water, watercourses rights lights liber-
ties privileges and all other easements
and advantages thereto.
Reserve Price-,2826.00
DATED THIS 19th day of February,
1968.
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.

\VEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE IllII COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

Si-IT No. 202 or 1966.
BETWEEN


CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK
or COMMERCE


J'laiiti ff


HILTON HOLDER -Defedm(int

PUERSTANT ,o an Order made on the
5th day of December, 1967, THERE
WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE by
the Registrar of the Supreme Court at
the Court House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent, between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
March, 1968 all the Right Title and
Interest messuages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
Defendant HILTON HOLDER of
Ashburton as specified in the schedule
hereto.

SCHEDULE

ALL TIIAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Warrawaroo in the
Island of Saint Vincent being Four (4)
Acres more or less and bounded on the
North by a River on the South by Cl own
lands on the East by lands of Roy
Daniel and on the West by lands cl'
Charles Ralph or howsoever otherwise
the same may be butted bounded known
or described together with all ways
waters watercourses rights lights liber-
ties privileges and easements thereto be-
longing or usually held used occupied
or enjoyed therewith or reput d to be-
long or be appurtenant.


AND ALSO

ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Ashburton in the Island
of Saint Vincent being Three Quarters
(Qi4) of an acre in area more or less and
bounded on the North by the Public
Iigohway on the South by lands of Rosa
Aliicott and an Estate Road on the
East by other lands of the Purchaser
and on the West by a track or howso-
ever otherwise the same may be butted
ilonlied known or described Together
with all ways waters watercourses rights
lights liberties privileges and easements
thereto belonging or usually held used
occupied or enjoyed therewith or re-
puted to belong or be appurtenant there-
to.
Reserve price-$3400.00
DATED THIS 19th day of February,
1968.
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Corrt.

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
SATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE IIIGH COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

SUIT No. 232 OF 1966.
BETWEEN
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK
OF COMMERCE -Plaintiff
AND
LEONARD ADOLPHUs KING
of Pilgrim Hill -Defendant

PURSUANT to an Order made on the
5th day of December, 1967, THERE
WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE by
the Registrar of the Supreme Court at
the Court House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent, between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
March, 1968 all the Right Title and
Interest messuages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
Defendant LEONARD ADOLPHUS
[KING of Pilgrim Hill as specified in the
schedule hereto.
SCHEDULE
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate a+ Pilgrim Hill (Evesham)
in the Island of Saint Vincent being (1)
One Acre of land which is abutted and
bounded on the North by lands of the
said Agatha Nicholas on the South by
lands of George Gordon on the East by
lands of the said Vendor (Agatha
Nicholas) and on the West by lands of
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may le butted bounded known distin-
unisihed or described TOGETHER with
;ill ways waters watercourses rights
light liberties privileges and easements
thereto belonging.
Reserve price-;l 14().0()
1D E TH1IS 19th day of February,


A. T. WOODS,
Acting Regislrar of the



ESi-T IND S ASSOCIATED
STATES Sti'LiJiE ((Hl;'
IN THIE HIGH COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

S Nio. -' .i
BE'rTWElN
CANADIAN IM1iERIAL BANK
OF COMMERCE laintliffJ
AND
'IMARIE V. WILLIAMS
of Belmont -Dcfendant

I/ RIZ UAN T to aim Order made on the
5th day of December, 1967, THERE
WILL BE OFFERED FOR. SALE by
th' Regis'trar of the Supreme Court at
the Court House. Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent, between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
March, 1968 all the Right Title and
Interest messuages lands and tenements
vested i:! and in the possession of the
Detei(lant-MARIE V. WILLIAMS of
Belmont as specified in the schedule
hereto.

SCHED ULE
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land by admeasurement (1) One Rood
(241,') Twenty-four and half poles more
or less situate at Fair Hall in the Parish
of St. George's of the territory of Saint
Vincent butted and bounded as follows
on the North by lands of Clarie John on
the South by lands of George Cupid on
the East by lands of Clarie John and
on the West by lands oi Beatrice Wil-
liams or howsoever otherwise the same
may be butted bounded known distilln-
guished or described TOGETHER with
all ways waters watercourses rights
lights liberties privileges and easements
thereto belonging.
Reserve price-$700.00

DATED THIS 19th day of February,
1968.

A. T. WOODS,
Act ing Registrar of the
Supreme Court.


V, EST iNDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HICII COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

S, ir No. _-. r 0 1-! 6.
BET-VEEN
CA.N.DI;A N l\IPERli.L BANK',
or Co ilcLERCE -Pla;o .'f


AND
TIIEoI: LrTS JoIN
of Cfelder


-Defendant


:'l ; T in ,i Ocder made on the
ie !n;;y of Deenmber, 1967, THERE
WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE by
the Re-ibtrar of tie Supreme Court at
tile Co rt House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
ir ,'l twe, the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 :, o.i Saturday the 16th day of
'larich, I!,S all ibe Right Title and
]'i trest -isuag'es lands and tenements
v,-'ted in an in lthe possession of the
Defendant-THEOPHILUS JOHN of
Cu(idr as sp ifimed in the schedule here-
to.
,-CHEDULE
AIL> THAT LOT piece or parcel of
1and situate at Evesham Vale in the
island of Saint Vincent aforesaid con-
taining by admeasurement ONE-HALF
2( 0 of1 an Acre more or less and
bounded on the North by a By-road on
thile South 1,y tlie Evesham Road on the
East by lands of James Samuel and on
the West by the Evesham Road or how-
soever otherwise the same may be butted
bounded known or described TOGETH-
ER within all ways waters watercourses'
lights liberties privileges and all other
easements and appurtenances thereto
belonging.
AND ALSO
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Lime Tree part of the
dismembered Calder Estate admeasur-
ing Twenty-seven thousand one hundred
and eighty-seven (27,187) square feet
and which portion is bounded on or to-
wards the North by the Public Road on
or towards the South by Alexander King
on or towards the East by a Four foot
(4 ft) Road and on or towards the West
by lands of Manassah King or howsoever
otherwise the same may be butted
bounded known distinguished or de-
scribed TOGETHER with all buildings
and erections thereon and all ways
waters watercourses lights liberties pri-
vileges and all other easements and ap-
purtenances thereto belonging.
Reserve Price-$2164.00.
DATED THIS 19th day of February,
1968.
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.







SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 28


WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN TIIE IIIGII COURT
.ST. VINCENT CiRCUIT,
A.D. 1968.

St i No. 234 OF 1966.
BETWEEN
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK
OF COMMERCE -Plaintiff
AND
GARNET B. WILLIAMS
of Kingstown -Defendant

Pi'RCI'ANT ino n Order made on the
5,h day of ,e:,emie'r, 1967, TIIERE
'ILA BE (IFERED FOR SALE by
the Rez'istrar of the Supreme Court at
the Court House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
c(:t, behveen the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12. i noon o., Saturday tihe 16th dv,, of
I:'',h, 1968 all the Right Title and
interest illessuages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
Defendant-(ARNET B. WILI.JAMS
of Kin.,t:i-n as specified in the schedule
hereto.
SCHEDULE
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
iad1 situate at Sion Hill in the Island of
Saint Vincenrt being by estimation (1)
ONE LOT more or less and is abutted
and bounded by lands of Francis Wil-
liams and by the Public Road by lands
of Jonathan Williams and by the
'avine or howsoever otherwise the same
miay be abutted bounded known distin-
gui 1,:! or described together with all
ways waters watercourses rights lights
liberties privileges and easements there-
!o belonging or usually held used occu-
pied or enjoyed therewith or reputed to
belong or be appurtenant thereto.
Reserve Price-$1200.00
DATED THIS 19th day of February,
1968.
A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.

WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.

SUIT No. 227 oF 1960.
BETWEEN
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK
OF COMMERCE -Plaintiff


AND
ROBERT MCCARTHY JOHN
of Pilgrim Hill


-Defendant


PURSUANT to an Order made on the
5th day of December, 1967, THERE


WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE by
the Registrar of the Supreme Court at
the Court House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent, between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
March, 1968 all the Right, Title and
Interest messuages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
1 defendant ROBERT McCARTHY
.JIOHN of Pilgrim Hill as specified in
the s,'hIhitle hereto.

SCHEDULE

ALL THAT LO)T piece or parcel of
land situate at Pilgrim Hill in the
Island of Saint Vincent being One and
three-tenths (1-3/10) Acres in area
more or less and bounded on the North
1)y lands of Weslmore Bramble on the
South by lands of Maude John and a
iour fool road on hlie East by an Estate
S,'d ;Iaid on the West by lands of
, hai;, a a -]n ,. howsoever otherwise
t;: Sle 1.1,v I be butted bounded known
or described T( i(;ETIER with all erec-
i th',eon and all ways waters water-
ur:'. s li-'iht liberties privileges and all
other ea'ciente and appurtenances
Shiereto belonging.

Reserve price-.$1300.00

DATED THIS 19th day of February,
199S.

A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.


WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT
,'T. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1968.


SUIT No. 113 OF 1964.

BETWEEN

PATRICK WILLIAMS
of Sans Souci
AND
GORDON THOMAS
of New Grounds


-Plaintiff



-Defendant


PURSUANT to an Order made on the
8th day of December, 1967, THERE
WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE by
the Registrar of the Supreme Court at
the Court House, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent, between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Saturday the 16th day of
March. 1968 all the Right Title and
Interest messuages lands and tenements
vested in and in the possession of the
Defendant Gordon Thomas of New
Grounds as specified in the Schedule
hereto.


FEBRUARY, 1968.-(No. 13.)






















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SCHEDULE

ALL AND SiN(;GLAl- THAT
PIECE PARCEL OR PORTION of
land being one and a h:tlf (11/2) build-
ing Lot siwuate at Sans Souei in the par-
ish of Charlotte of the territory of
Saint Vincent butted and bounded as
follows: North by lands of Charles
James South by an alloinunt road East
by land of Hllaritoin Browne and West
b]y mnd of Carls oJames or howsoever


otherwise ite same may be butted
liomniu t( known distinguished or de-
scribedl.

Rserve Price-S650.00

IDATED THIS 19ith day of February,
196(8.

A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar of the
Supreme Court.


TREASURY DEPARTMENT

INCOME TAX NOTICE

Notice is hict'chy yivcn thfa 1h lindeidi'rcnitiol'l persol~ns having become
defaulters Unidr thli "n lnmi Tiax Ordiniance", their properties having been
levied upon will be offered for sale at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday 16th March 1968
at the Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown, for the recovery of Taxes due.

A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General (Acting).
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
23rd February, 1968.


Names


Addr ss


De)ccription of Property


1. Benoit Charls Kiniiistown 1 adiogranm and 1 Vanguard Car
P. 35,
2. James Benjamin Kingstown 6 sitting chairs.


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STATUTORY RULES AND


1968, No. 10.


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ORDERS, "

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BIABOU DISTRICT (ESTABLISHMENT AND MEMBERSHIP OF
COUNCIL) ORDER.



(Gazetted 2:8th February, 1968).



1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Biabou District (Estab-
lishment and Membership of Council) Order, 1968.

2. Establishment of Council. There shall be a District Council, to be
known as the Biabou District Council, which shall be the Local Authority for
the villages enumerated in the Schedule to the Biabou (Declaration of Dis-
triet) Order, 1967 (S.R. & 0. 1967, No. 47).

3. Membership of District Council. The Biabou District Council shall
consist of six members of whom four shall be elected and two nominated in
manner provided by the Local Government Ordinance, 1951 (No. 17 of 1951).



Made by the Administrator in Council under sections 7 and 9 of the
Local Government Ordinance, 1951 (No. 17 of 1951) this 20th day of February,
1968.

HUTSON L. MARTINDALE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


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SAINT VINCENT

MINUTES OF THE ELEVENTH SITTING OF THE FIRST SESSION OF
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. I EL, AT THE COUNCIL CHAMBER,
KINGSTOWN. ON TII'RSDAY, 1,TH .JANI'ARY, 19(i8
AT 10.00 A.M.

PRESENT
The Honourable C. ST. C. D]ACON, Spcak/lr,
,, ,, R. M. CATO. MI)nbe r for East Xt. (; orf/', Ch/irf Minister,
,, S. E. LATER, .1], iMb r for North Le( ward. Minlist r for C'mi-
nniicatioins &' W'orkIs,
,, ,, J. L. E-STAnCE. Member .for So,'h L ward, Minister for
E('ucalion (a d Social Services.
. L. C. LATJIAnxI. iin r for Soutth Wii'dard, Acting Minister
for Trade, Productlion, Labour FC- Tourism,
. E. T. Josiiu., .1'imber for Central Wind ward, Leader of the
Opposition,
.A S. !. I. T Josi ,, Mcmi b r for Nortl Wini,dward,
R. F. \IARKSIIA\, 31( ni bc fo.r W, st N'. (i (.rg r,
,, ,, H. K. TANxNI, Mnlhir for Kiiqf.,toi"n.
,, E. A. C. HI nios. Yominafed M . A. FERDIN.NI), .\oniriii td 3 Di b r,
,. ,, N. (). JAcons. Arlctiiq Alorr',! (e V ra!.
ABSENT
The Honourable .I. F. MIIrrn Ei, Mcmi er fIr th, (Grcidins.. Minister for
Trade, I'rohduction. Labouir Ti ourisnm.
PRAYERS:
Mr. Speaker read the prayers of the Com(' il.

DEATH OF THE MINISTER OF i01 HITSIN'-JA'.MAICA.
The Honourable R. Milton Cato. Chief Minister, sought and obtained leave
of Mr. Speaker and the Council to move the follovingg motion:
BE IT RESOLVED that this L.oegislativNe Cou'n 'I express its sincere regret
on the passing of the Honourable DAviD CLEMENT TAVARES, Minister of
Ilousiii of .1mmica. and that o, mesage of sympathy be forwarded to the
Parliament of Jamaica and to toh herei':ivd re!alives of the Minister.
Leave being granted. imitio' a.woerdingly iimovd

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The Honourable E. T. Joshua, Leader of the Opposition, seconded the
motion.
Question put and resolved in' the aflirinative without division.
CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES
Minutes of the Sitting held on 21st December, 1967 copies of which had
been previously circulated were taken as read and were confirmed with an
amendment at page 58.
PAPERS LAID
The Clief Minister & Minister of Finance laid on the Table of the Council
the papers indicated hereunder:
Council Paper No. 1 of 1968: Finance Conmmittee Minutes of 15th Novem-
ber, 1967.
Council Paper No. 2 of 19(8 : Schedule of Virement Warrants approved
during 1967. (In typescript).
ORAL ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS
1. Ilon. E. T. JOSHUA (Central Windward) asked the Minister for Education
and Social Services if he would state the reason for delay of erecting
the clinic at Diamond Village lor which money was voted and provided
to relieve the people especially ot the upper reaches of New Adelphi,
and for which active negotiations for a spot of land were completed
for construction; and if he would further state when it is intended
to commence the construction.
The Minister replied: To prevent the funds from lapsing at 31st
March, 1966, and with the approval of the Ministry of Overseas Develop-
ment the clinic originally planned for Diamond was switched to Retreat
where Government already owned a site, and where the need of a clinic was
equally acute.
It is not correct that negotiations were completed for construction at
Diamond.
Arrangements will be made to build the clinic at Diamond as soon
as a suitable site is obtained.

Supplemendary Question
Hon. E. T. Joshua (Central Windward) asked: How is it now possible
to say "it is not correct that negotiations were completed . when I
am satisfied that even a site was selected for the Clinic when I was in the
Government.
The Minister replied: The questions of selecting a site and completing
negotiations are two different things. A site was in fact selected at
Diamond and the owners of the site could not come to any conclusion during
the time of the former Government, nor during my time.






















2. Hon. E. T. JOSTIIA (Central Windward) asked the Minister for Social
Services if he would give reasons for placing the Ministry for Edu-
cation and Social Services in the midst of a Commercial concern such
as Baynes Brothers; and would he further state whether the activities
of that concern would not conflict with the day to day catering of the
"ministry o the general public in matters of Education, Medical and
Health.
The Minister replied: It was essential that alternative office space
should be provided for the Education Department to enable alteration and
extension of the building which they occupied to be carried out, and so
provide accommodation for an integrated Ministry for Social Services.
The upper storey of the Baynes Bros. building was the most suitable space
available which could be adapted for this' purpose, and it is completely
separate from the business concern.
Supplcmentary Questions
lion. E. T. Joshua (Central Windward) asked: Is this a temporary
arrangement or a permanent one.
The Ministel replied: This is a temporary arrangement.
Hon. E. T. Joshua (Central Windward) asked: In the light of the
considerable amount of space in the compound of the Ministry created by
the removal of the Chief Minister's Office, was it not possible to save
expense by using the space available.
The Minister replied: The Honourable Member knows full well that
there is terrific congestion in the public offices of the territory. A survey
has been made whereby new Ministerial buildings and new offices are
recommended. We have cleared out this lower storey to make room for
the present offices and for the extension of the Income Tax Department.
We have had to put the Establishment Department in the hut at Richmond
Hill in the Grammar School compound. The IIonourable Member knows
full well, like everyone else, the cramped space in our schools and offices.
Plans for the new administration building are already here which is
conclusive proof that the British Government and the present Government
-if not the Opposition-accepi that the limited space and the cramped
conditions under which the civil service work cannot conduce to efficiency.
Therefore when the new offices have been built the civil service will work
more efficiently and the public will be more abundantly served.
3. Hon. E. T. JosI'A (Central Windward) asked the Minister of Finance
what steps he intends to take to stem the ill effects of the devaluation
of the Sterling and taxation jointly militating against the purchasing
power of all classes of the community and the present value of money.
The Chief Minister replied: Steps have already been taken by the
Government to soften the effects of the devaluation of the pound by the
implementation of price controls on essential foodstuffs.






















The Governmenit eow lhas the master in hindd and will take such other
steps as may be neL e'; a to e'I mu'' that there are no unwarranted price
increases. Steps have also been tWken in stimulate local exports and to
encourage the co(RiIIity I 5 onsniil!e more locally grown foods rather than
imported ti,,ed foods.
():,ERS OF1 TiE DAY
1. The Sitpplcvi',to, j Ajpj)roi/tiafioin (197,, No. 5) Bill was introduced
and read a first time.
The Ilonourahle (Chief Minister moved that the Bill be now read a
second time. Relevant Et inmate laid on ihe Table
Question )put and ia .'reed to.
Bill road :t second limie.
The llonourable C!i' F Mrinlister dIhalted the I;ill.
The IHonwirab)les I T. .oshl;, I. L. Ensil n'e, I. F. M1.rksian, II. K.
Tannis, Mrs 1. I. ,lJosh : .d S. E. Slath' ,jined thie debate.
Council ivnt iii ai ('onmittee to onllsider thie ,ill.
Council resumed.
Bill reported. read ihe third time by title Pl:I pas',ed withluit amendment.
2. The (r,0o6''je red( rick Jocl, ((;ratiui, (0 Ib nsion) Bill was introduced
and read a firrt Iime.
3. Thle iister for I oEd'ltion Sicial !e'viCes moved that ilhi Education
(Amlm,,lau ,n) B.Il be 'n)w rcI d a first time.
Quwstior): |Iut and reed to.
Bill read a second Time.
The Minister for Ed location briefly d.'b rtrd thle ill.
The Chief :\i; ...... r joined the debate.
Coeumi] vwen(t into C(omniilee to consider lle Bill.
Council resumed.
Bill ri.mtled, real the th; t ll(.ine titt! and pissed without amendment.
4. Thle Acting 'Iii- r Trid'. 1 roi ctio, I abour & Tourismn moved
that tl(,e S 11ppl c. (C(IonI!,'') (ABi_,,1dr1':1. Hil ) be t iovw read a second time.
Question put a:W awureed to.
Bill read i second lime.
The IIoniou'abl)le E. T.. ina :l.ved the >ill.
C('ouncil went il(to C(imnlitlte t, 1:" Or i!1.
Connoil resuImed.
Bill reported. '-eid 1 i third tine b, tille ;1 passed without amendment,






















5. The Acting Minister for Trade, Production, Labour and Tourism moved
that the Marke-ting Board (Amacdment) Bill be now read a second time.
Question put and agreed to.
Bill read a second time.
The Honourable R. F. Marksman debated the Bill.
The Honourables J. L. Eustace, E. T. Joshua and H. K. Tannis joined
the debate.
The Acting Minister replied.
Council went into Committee to consider the Bill.
Council resumed.
Bill reported, read the third time by title and passed with the following
amendments:
Clause 2: Delete the comma after the word "sugar"'' at line 6; sub-
stitute the word commoditiess" for the word "commodity" at line 7;
substitute the words '"by Order" for the word "so" at line 8; place a
fullstop after the word "dirm.t" at line 8; and delete the words "it to
market" at lines 8 and 9.
6. The Acting Minister for Trade, Production, Labour & Tourism sought
and obtained leave of the Speaker and the House to defer the second reading
of the Aliens (Land-Holdingl Rieglation) (Amenidment) Bill.
7. Order read for resumption of debate on the following motion:
WHEREAS the Government Land Settlement and Development Estates
were acquired by ordinance about the year 1945 by the then Government
of the day led by George A. Mclntosh for the development of Saint
Vincent and the people of the Leeward coast in particular.
AND WHEREAS the estates were purchased on a debenture stock system
supported by the Colonial Office until such time as they were redeemed
by the people of Saint Vincent by the working of the said estates.
AND WHEREAS over the past 22 years the name Land Settlement re-
mained a misnomer and the working of the estates were mainly conducted
in prejudice of the former intention towards the people.
AND WHEREAS it is understood that active steps are now being taken
to hand over the lands of the estates to Colonial Development Corporation
at this stage of this Territory's constitutional change to perpetuate
colonialism and to keep the people for whom development was intended
currently in colonial domination so that estate plantation rule be passed
from one set of colonial masters to another.
AND WHEREAS it was only within recent times that opportunity afforded
Government to amend the Ordinance so that the Minister of lands could
be able to have a say in the final destiny in the said Land Settlement




























Estate and to see that the people get some recompense for a venture
intended for St. Vincent and its development.
BE IT RESOLVED that Government dispose of parts of the Richmond
estates to the people of the area for development of crops enunciated in
the Throne Speech and Budget Speech reciting Government's policy and
because of the Agricultural Co-operative Bank to be set up adequate
funds would be at their disposal to assist the said people in earning a
living and to take part in fhe develipinent of their own country.
BE IT STILL FURTHER RESOLVED that lands for a housing scheme as was
intended over the years be established at Richmond to house the people
of the area.
The Minister for Social Services rose in his place and asked leave of Mr.
Speaker and the House for postponement of the debate on account of the fact
that the Minister for Trade who was itn the middle of his debate when the House
adjourned on 21st September, 19(i7, was absent on Ministerial business.
Question put and agreed to.
Debate accordingly postponed.
Motion made and Question put and agreed to that this Council do now
adjourn.

Council adjourned accordingly at 12.15 p.m.

C. St. C. DACON,
Speaker.



Confined this Sth iday of Febriiry, 19(8.


C. St. C. DACON,
Speaker.




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