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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: May 21, 1968
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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


VOL. 101.] lisbAINT VINCENT, T utESDAY, 21 MAY, 1rit968. [No. 33.


VOL. 101.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 MAY, 1968. [No. 33.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 93.
APPOINTMENTS.

COTTON CLOSE SEASON, 1967/1968.

Under the provisions of Section 8 (1)
of the Cotton Protection Ordinance
Cap. 37 the undermentioned persons
have been appointed inspectors for the
purpose of the Close Season Regula-
tions :-
E. G. HORNE Layou
D. L. MINORS Indian Bay
McN. NASH C.P.E.S.
C. B. MATTHEWS Mesopotamia
H. V. D. SHORTTE Villa
E. LEDGER Mesopotamia
E. LOCKHART Spring Village
J. DURRANT Sandy Bay
R. ROBINSON LowmansWindward
H. LEWIS Kingstown
T. DURRANT Shapes
V. HENDRICKSON Three Rivers
C. PROVIDENCE Layou
J. McKENZIE Troumaea
E. G. LEWIS Wallilabou
L. COLINS Georgetown
.JACKSON C.P.E.S.
DEFREITAS Three Rivers
BARKER Lowmans
) YEA Byera Hill
II E Diamond
JAMES Fountain
USLD Georgetown


M. BAISDEN Kingst
E. GONSALVES C.P.E.
C. WILLIAMS Troum
W. LEWIS
K. BONADIE Buccar
G. VANLO oo
W.A.HANNAWAY Layou
R. THOMAS ,,
C. RICHARDSON Spring
R. LESLIE Bequia
H. MORRIS
D. MCTAI Union:
L. ASHTON Chatea
E. ISRAEL Kingst


own
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ment


Village

Island
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own


21st May 1968.
(T.P. 459.)


No. 94.
BANK HOLIDAY.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday, 3rd June, 1968 (Whit Mon-
day), being a Bank Holiday, all Public
Offices will be closed on that day.
BY COMMAND,

J. V. ALVES,
Permanent Secretary,
Chief Minister's Office
CHIEF MINISTER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
21st May, 1968.


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172 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 MAY, 1968.-(No. 33.)


WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED STATES SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COUHT

(APPELLATE JURISDICTION)

ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT

A.D. 1968.



RESULTS OF MAGISTERIAL APPEALS DISPOSED OF ON


THE 8TH MAY, 1968.


Names or Parties


Offence


Result


6/1968 Arthur Miller

Chief of Police

7/1968 Bristol Frederick
vs.
Chief of Police

8/1968 Hugh Charles
vs.
Chief of Police

10/1968 Franklyn Jack
vs.
Chief of Police

11/1968 Randolph Sheen
vs.
Chief of Police




12/1968 David Primus
vs.
Chief of Police

13/1968 Karthel Mascoll
&
Bernard Mascoll
vs.
Chief of Police

14/1968 Richard Neil
vs.
Chief of Police

15/1968 Beatrice Miller
and Others
vs.
Chief of Police




16/1968 Archival Prince
vs.
Chief of Police


Assault


Wounding


Appeal dismissed. Conviction
and sentence confirmed. No
order as to costs.

Appeal dismissed. Conviction
and sentence confirmed. No
order as to costs.


Wounding No appearance of appellant.
Matter adjourned to next
sitting of Court of Appeal.

Wounding Appeal dismissed. Conviction
and sentence confirmed. No
order as to costs.


Larceny


Appeal dismissed. Conviction
confirmed. Sentence -s
varied from fine of $60.00 to
compensation to Plaintiff of
$30.00 and Fine $30.00. Time
allowed 1 Month.


Wounding Appeal dismissed. Conviction
and sentence confirmed. No
ord,,r as to costs.


Larceny


App'oal dismissed. Conviction
nld sentence confirmed. No
order as to costs. Time
allowed 1 month.


Indecent No appearance of appellant.
Language Matter adjourned to next
sitting of Court of Appeal.

Disorderly Appeal allowed. Sentence of
behaviour one month imprisonment set
aside. Fine of $10.00 each
imposed to be paid in two
weeks. In default of p
ment seven days imprisgnm
ment. /.


Assault


Appeal allowed. Ca
mitted to Magistrate
defence of Appellant
further adjudicate on


Year
and No.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 MAY, 1968.-(No. 33.) 173


Names of Parties


Offence


Result


9/1968 Arthur Plaugh
vs.
Chief of Police

CIVIL
3/1968 Julian King
vs.
Eric Benn

4/1968 Agatha Telemaque
vs.
E. Stinson
Campbell

MISCELLANEOUS
1/1968 Vincent John
vs.
Esmie John


Larceny




Debts


Removing
boundary
marks



Maintenance


Appeal dismissed. Conviction
and sentence confirmed. No
order as to costs.


Appeal dismissed. Magis-
trates order stands. No
order as to costs.

Matter adjourned to next sit-
ting of Court of Appeal.


Case remitted to Magistrate
to take evidence as to means
and to further adjudicate
matter.


A. T. WOODS,
Acting Registrar.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICES.

A competitive examination for the
award of scholarships for boys and girls
tenable at the Grammar School and
Girls' High School will be held at the
Grammar School on Friday, 5th July,
1968.
2. The Scholarships are open to
pupils attending Government or Assist-
ed Primary Schools which satisfy the
requirements of the Board of Education,
and entitle the holder to free tuition,
games and Library fees and the neces-
sary school books and stationery. All
Scholarship holders, who during the
tenure of a scholarship normally reside
not less than two miles from the limits
of Kingstown measured by the shortest
public highway, shall be entitled to re-
ceive the maintenance grant at the rate
of one hundred and ninety-two dollars
($192.00) per annum; provided that
should a scholarship holder cease to re-
side, for any period during the tenure
of the scholarship, no maintenance
grant should be paid in respect of such
period, unless such scholarship holder
is living for the purpose of taking ad-
vantage of the scholarship.
3. Candidates must (a) have been
less than 12 years of age on the 31st
July, 1968. Age must be proved by a
birth certificate or baptismal certificate;
(b) have attended a Government or
Assisted Primary School which satisfies


the requirements of the Board of Edu-
cation, during the twelve months pre-
ceding the 31st July, 1968 for not less
than 75% of the maximum attendance
Register kept in the school; (c) furnish
a certificate of good conduct from the
Head Teacher or Head Teachers of such
school or schools; (d) be natives of the
territory or children of natives or have
been resident in the territory for at least
two (2) years.
4. The Education Officer is empow-
ered to accept for examination any can-
didate who, through illness has failed
to comply with the requirements of
paragraph 3 (b) above, with respect to
the number of attendances.
5. No scholarship shall be awarded
to any candidate who obtains less than
one third of the possible marks in each
subject and less than one-half of the to-
tal possible marks in the examination.
;. Scholarships are awarded for a
period of not more than six (6) years
provided the Scholar's attendance, con-
duct and progress as shown by the term
reports are considered satisfactory.
7. Candidates will be examined in
English (including Comprehension)
and Arithmetic, and shall be given an
Intelligence Test.
8. Applications accompanied b y
Birth or Baptismal Certificates must
reach the Education Office not later than
Saturday, 8th June, 1968.
THEODORE V. KEANE,
Education Officer
Ministry for Social Services
and Education.
11th April, 1968.


Year
and No.















174 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 MAY, 1968.-(No. 33.)


ENTRANCE EXAMINATION
GRAMMAR SCHOOL

An examination for entrance to the
St. Vincent Grammar School in the
school year beginning September, 1968
will be held at the school on Friday, 5th
July, 1968 beginning at 8.30 a.m.
Candidates who should not be less
than 10 years 6 months nor more than
12 years 9 months as at 30th September,
1968 will write the same papers as can-
didates who are sitting the Scholarship
Examination-English, Arithmetic, and
Intelligence Test.
Candidates above 12 years 9 months
will write English, Mathematics, French
and/or Latin.
The standard of the papers set will be
that appropriate to the Form to which
the candidate would have to be admitted
by virtue of his age.
All prospective entrants, and all can-
didates sitting the Scholarship Examin-
ation MUST obtain the necessary Form
from the school and return it to the
Headmaster duly completed, with a
birth certificate or other proof of age,
not later than Thursday 20th June,
1968. No applications received after the
closing date will be considered.
Candidates will be expected to bring
along pencils, pens and rulers on the day
of the Examination.
AUDLEY R. MORGAN,
Headmaster,
St. Vincent Grammar School.
29th April, 1968.

GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION.

The examination for entrance to the
Girls' High School in September, 1968,
will be held at the Girls' High School
on Friday, 5th July, beginning at
8.30 a.m.
Candidates should be not less than ten
years' six months nor more than twelve
years nine months as at 30th September,
1968, except in cases where the candi-
dates have already done work in Mathe-
matics and Foreign Languages. In such
cases, an additional examination in these
subjects will be set, if there has been
success in the first examination.
All prospective entrants, and all can-
didates sitting the Scholarship exam-
ination must obtain either from their
Headmaster/Headmistress or from the
Girls' High School, a form which must
be completed and returned, not later


than Saturday 22nd June. This must be
accompanied by a Birth or Baptismal
Certificate.
Candidates must provide themselves
with pens, pencils and rulers for the
examination.
M. T. BYRON,
Headmistress,
Girls' High School.
10th May, 1968.


KINGSTOWN BOARD

A competitive examination for the
award of two Scholarships tenable at
the St. Vincent Grammer School and
two tenable at the Girls' High School
will be held at the St. Vincent Grammar
School on Friday 5th July, 1968, be-
ginning at 9.00 a.m.
2. Each Candidate must:-
(a) have been less than twelve
years of age on 31st July, 1968.
(b) be a native of the Island or
child of a native;
(,c) have been residing in Kings-
towAn or within half a mile of
the boundaries thereof during
three yeafi previous to 31st
July, 1968.
(d) be a pupil of a private or pub-
lic school in the Island;
(e) produce a certificate of good
behaviour 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 to-
tal marks in the Examination.
4. Candidates will be examined in
English, (including Comprehension)
and Arithmetic, and will be given an
Intelligence Test.
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
conisdered satisfactory.
6. Applications, accompanied by
Birth or Baptismal Certificates must
reach the office of the Kingstown Board,
Paul's Lot, not later than Friday, 28th
June, 1968.

STANLEY BRANCH,
Warden.

Office of the Kingstown Board,
Paul's Lot,
Kingstown.
29th April 1968.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 MAY, 1968.-(No. 33.)


NOTICE.

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

JUNE CRIMINAL ASSIZES

Notice is hereby given that a sitting
of the Supreme Court of the West
Indies Associated States in its CRIMI-
NAL JURISDICTION will be held at
the Court House, Kingstown, on Tues-
day, 4th June, 1968 at 10.00 o'clock
in the forenoon and continuing.
All parties concerned, also such per-
sons as' are bound over by recognizance
to prosecute, answer charges or give evi-
dence or summoned as Jurors or wit-
nesses, are hereby commanded to give
their personal attention and attendance.

BY COMMAND,

A. T. WOODS,
Ag. Registrar Supreme Court.

Registrar's Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
13th May, 1968.


NOTICE.

The Public is hereby reminded that
in accordance with the Birds and Fish
Protection Ordinance Cap. 44 as amend-
ed, it is prohibited to kill or take:-


TURTLES
(a) Turtles or turtle eggs on land.
(b) Turtles under 20 lbs. in weight.

LOBSTERS
(a) Lobsters carrying eggs.
(b) Lobsters of less than 1 lb. in
weight.
(c) Lobsters of less than nine inches
in length.

Closed Seasons:
There is a closed season for Turtles
between 1st May and 31st July, and a
closed season for Lobsters between 1st
May and 30th September.

Any person failing to comply with the
regulations mentioned above, will be
fined $24.00 or in default imprisonment
with or without hard labour for a term
not exceeding 3 months.

M. OLLIVIERRE,
Fisheries Oficer.
7th May, 1968.


NOTICE TO MARINERS

It is hereby notified that a yellow
GANNET WINKER BEACON has
been inserted in position at the entrance
to Clifton Harbour, Union Island,
12.35.7' N. Latitude and 610.25.1' W.
Longitude 1,800 feet from the Clifton
Jetty. The characteristics are:
One (1) White Flash every three (3)
seconds.

G. LISLE FRASER,
Harbour Master.
14th May, 1968.


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