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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: September 29, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines -- Saint Vincent
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 111, no. 1 (Tues., 3 Jan. 1978); title from caption.
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


ublbtishtb 1B Authority.


VOL. 103.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER, 1970.


GOVERNMENT


NOTICES.


No. 157.
HURRICANE NOTICES

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 HURRICANE
WARNING.
(1) A red flag with a black,
rectangular centre will be
flown from Police Head-
quarters.

(2) -Loudspeaker 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) Loudspeaker and Radio;
Announcements.


FINAL HURRICANE
WARNING


(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres one
above the other will be.
flown on Police Head-
quarters.
(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 Sta-
tions.
(2) Chu rch Bells will ring for
5 minutes.


No. 158.
CENTRAL HURRICANE COMMITTEE

It is notified for general information that the Central Hurricane Cormmittee
is comprised of:-


(Deputy Chairman)'


'L


[No. 5 3.


KINGSTOWN :


RURAL AREAS:















372 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER, 1970.-(No. 53.)


The Commissioner of Police
Chief Personnel Officer
Permanent Secretaries
The Manager Central Water Authority
The Chief Technical Officer
Chief Agricultural Officer
The Senior Medical Officer
Secretary and Technical Officer C.II. & P.A.
Information Officer
The Chairman, Kingstown Town Board
A Representative of the BRCS
A Representative of the Chamber of Coiainerce
A Representative of each of the three leading Churches
A Representative of the C.D.C.
A Representative of Cable & Wireless
A Representative of the Jaycees
A Representative of HAMS
Permanent Secretary Ministry of Home Affairs (Secretary).

Headquarters at Office of Ministry of Ilome Affairs.

No. 188.
It is notified for general information that the District Hurricane Committees
for 1970 are as follows:
C1lATEAUiBELAIK A DISTRICT Mr. B. A. DESIIONG


Linairmnn)
Dr. j. IoBER'SON
'!ev. N. J3JUCIANAN
'I he ;.louijry Inspector
The Corporai
'1i le i1ci. i eaher Mr. II. MORRIS
lulspal jat District Nurses
er. -. R-EDDOCK
Nir. R-. F SNKLIN
uI.'.. X. I'KANCIS
r. V DELECIA\
Mrs. A. ED\v .A)s
\lr. 0. )DElIQ'UE
Mr. W. iLASUOW
iMrs. V. SCOTT
iMrs. F. JAMES
Miss V. FINDLAY
MiR s .\. (ltARLIES
IMiss E. I[ADAWAY
Mr. C. McKENZIE

TRO1'MACA DISTRICT:
Mr. At en"Tr~s FERDINAND (Chairman)
Mr. LEONARD PROVIDENCE
Mr[. MAUXFORD PROVIDENCE
Mr. ARTIlUR BYA-M
,e'. IMo N i; KO\"OWNE
Mrs. ENID WALKER
IL\rs. laloME JACK

KINGSTOWN DISTRICT:
Mr. S. N. BALLANTYNE (Chairman]
Mr. E. M. ISRAEL (-WTrden)
Mr. BRUCE 0. BONADIE


Lir. J. M. BUiKE
A. r. I. B. CCHTCN
Mr. R. B. RUSSELL
Mi. A. i 1KING
i1r. C:EORGE KING
Mr. ELr.OlU McLEAN


CALLIAQUA DISTRICT:
Mr. Enic ALEXANDER (Chairman
Air. JONATIIAN BABH
Ml\s. J UAN 'i A liTC11ELL
3Mr. EDW\VN B3YRON
A\j V. P. A. C'LOIUDEN
lMr. G. P. DI)n[GAN
A\Ir. .JOHN DOUGAN

PARK HILL DISTRICT:
Mr. PATRncK DASILVA (Chairman)
Mr. NORDIE DAEREO
'I . ,lJhlKo:i E Fl:aERiRA
Mr. Aus'i-IN RIICnDS
Mr. AVID BOVEA
Mr. CADMAN LEWIS
i\lr. JAMES SOUPRJIAN

GEORGETOWN SOUTH DISTRICT:
IMr. JOHN RICHARDS (Chairman)
Mr. S. A. THOMAS
Mr. LIox CLA KE
Mr. REX FRASER
Mr. IVAN STEPHENS
Miss VIOLA GATHERER
Miss LUENDA LAWRENCE















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER, 1970.-(No. 53.) 373


,GEORGETOWN NORTH DISTRICT
Mr. MARTIN BARNARD (Chairman)
.Mr. O'CARoL JOHN
\iMr. BRUCE MULRAINE (IHd. Teacher
Fancy)
STUBBS DISTRICT:
Mr. W. A. FALBY (Chairman)
Mr. ALFRED JOSLYN
M\lr. CONRAD JACK
Mr. DANIEL JOHN
Mr. ALFRED CLARKE
Mr. NA'THAN SUTTON
Rev. ALLAN KIRTON
LOWMANS WD. DISTRICT:
\Mr. IRVIN ROBERTSON (Chairman)
IMr. OIFFORD MORRIS
MIr. 11ALCOLM JOHNNY
Mr. ROY JOHNSON
Mr. JEROME Sll[.ARMAN
Mr. WILLIAM PRINCE
Mr. CHARLES JAMES
UNION ISLAND DISTRICT:
Mr. PIIILLIP CIRUICKSHANK (Chairman)
Mr. MORGAN SNAGG
Mr. CONRAD RAMAGE
Miss VIRGINIA AMBROSE
Mr. AUGUSTUS MITCHELL
Mr. CONRAD ADAMS
Miss JENIFER JONES
BIABOU DISTRICT:
\.r. CA TvON WILLTAMNrs ( Chairman)
Air. FREDERICK OLLIVIERRE
Mr. JESIIURON JOHNSON
Mr. GEORGE JOHNSON
Mr. GEORGE GOODLUCK
Mr. C. A. THOM.PSON
Mr. ESAU BALLAH
MARRIAQUA DISTRICT:
,iMrs. VELMA BROWNE (Chairmt a)
Mr. A. D. DRAYTON
Mr. HAYWOOD MARECIIEAU
Mr. CLIVE RICTIARDSON
Mfr. EDWARD RICHARDSON
Mr. I.,oN PARSONS
Miss HYACINTH PIERRE.
PEQUIA DISTRICT:
Mr. WALTER BYNOE (Chairman)
Mr. WILLIAM TENNIS


No. 240.
APPOINTMENTS.

BOARD OF T', _STEES FOR THE ST. \INCENT
NATIONAL TRUST

With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 389 of 25th November, 1969 ap-


Mr. JONATHAN WILLIAMS
Mr. ORMONDE HAZELL
Mr. CASEMBE BONADIE
Mr. AUCKLAND WALLACE
1ir. KENNETHI ALLICK
Mr. ERROL OLLIVIERRS

BARROUALLIE DISTRICT:
Mr. LEONARD ADAMS (Chairman)
Mr. IVAN CHARLES
Mr. WELLINGTON WILLIAMS
Mr. CYRIL JOHNSON
Mr. REGINALD Asii
Mr. NATHANIEL BLUGH
Miss VERINA JOHN
LAYOUT DISTRICT:
Mr. CLIVE CHARLES (Chairman)
Mr. ROBERT MIELVILLE
AMr. WILLIAM IIANNAWAY
Miss \ ENLCE PATRICK
Mr. ERRIE DOUGLAS
Mr. ALGEIRNON D)OUGL\AS
Mr. SAMUEL DESHONG

CANOUAN DISTRICT:
Mr. D. WOODS (Chairman)
Mrs. ADELAIDE KING
Mr. THORNIIILL SANDY
Mrs. ANN ELLA DEROCHE

MAYREAU DISTRICT:
Dr. J. P. EUSTACE (Chairman)
The Head Teacher Mayreau

MUSTIQUE DISTRICT:
Hon. ITco MONEY-COUTTS (Clairmar)
Mir. ARxz HASSELQUIST
MIr. SIMP'SO-A IIAMILTON

PETIT ST. VINCENT DISTRICT:
Mr. IFAZEN RICHARDSON II (Chairman)
Mr. W. DAVID CORRIGAN
Mr. PHILIP A. CHARLES
AMr. CHESTER BELMAR
Mr. NOEL VICTORY

PALM (PRUNE) ISLAND DISTRICT:
Mr. JOHN CALDWELL (Chairman)
)Mrs. JO!N CALDWELL
Mr. JoHNNY CALDWELLj
Mr. PRINCE CUDJO


proval] lis been given for the appoint-
Illent of Mr. II. H. WILLIAMS as a Mem-
ber and Honorary Secretary of the
Board of Trustees for the St. Vincent
National Trust with effect from 21st
September, 1970 and for the remainder
of the life of the present Board.
29th September, 1970.
(M.H.A. 095)















374 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER, 1970.-(No. 53.),


No. 241.
It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that Cabinet has approved
the appointment of the undermentioned
persons to serve on the Board of Trustees
for the Lewis Punnett Home for the
Aged Poor for a period of three (3)
years with effect from 1st November,
19G9 :
lion. E. A. C. HUGHES, O.B.E.
(Chairman)
His I. .,.1.1i, the Bishop of the Wind-
ward Islands
Rev. Fr. RONALD R. BATES
Rev. R. GARNES
The Financial Secretary
Mr. JOIN DOUGAN.
29th September, 1970.


No. 242.
APPOINTMENT or TRAINEE COMPUTER
OPERATOR

DATA PROCESSING DEPARTMENT
MINISTRY OF FINANCE, ST. VINCENT

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons who wish to be consid-
ered for appointment to the above post.
SPECIFICATION OF POST
Trainee Computer Operator. The suc-
cessful applicant will be taught to oper-
ate the computer configuration now in
use in the department and will be ex-
pected after training, to be capable of
accepting responsibility for operating
the equipment in accordance with the
written instructions provided by the
programmer for each routine.
The Computer Configuration consists
of:-
(a) 1901/A Central Processor
-8K store
(b) Console Typewriter
(c) One Exchangeable Twin-Disc
Unit
(d) Line Printer
(e) Paper Tape Reader
The Salary of the post is in the scale
V 38-27 $1,800 x 120-$2,520 x 180-
$3,420.
QUALIFICATION.
Preference will be given to applicants
with previous experience of operating a
computer with a similar configuration
to the one in use in the department.
The qualities asked for in an operator
are:
(a) Manual dexterity and an apti-
tude to practical work


(b) Ability to reason logically
(e) Willingness to accept responsi-
bility.
EDUCATIONAL STANDARD.
A good secondary education, prefer-
ably to "0" level standard. Each appli-
cant will be required to sit an aptitude
test and the successful applicant must
reach a satisfactory level in this test.
APPLICATIONS.
Applications in the applicant's own
handwriting along with at least one tes-
timonial, should be forwarded to the
Financial Secretary, Ministry of Fin-
ance, Kiinastown, not later than 15th
October, 1970.
29th September, 1970.



No. 243.
POST OF SUPERNUMERARY PRINTING
OFFICER FOR TRAINING IN
PRINTING MANAGEMENT

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons to undergo a period of
training by attachment to the Govern-
ment Printing. Office, prior to pursuing
training in Printing Management in the
United Kingdom.
Applicants who should be between the.
ages of 25 and 38 should possess the fol-
lowing minimum qualifications:-
(1) Cambridge Overseas School Cer-
tificate, with passes in English
and Mathematics or Science;
(2) G.C.E. '0' Level in 5 subjects,
including English Language and
Mathematics or Science.
Previous experience at a supervisory
level and in a printing establishment
would be an asset, but is not essential.
The successful candidate will be re-
quired to spend a minimum of six
months on a familiarisation course at
the Government Printing Office, before.
being enrolled at a recognized technical
institution in the United Kingdom, to
pursue studies for the Diploma Course
in Printing Management. This course
is either two or three years, depending
on the aptitude of the student. The sue-
cessful candidate will also be required
to sign a Bond, with sureties, to return
to work in the Government Service.
Applications in writing, together with
two recent testimonials and proof of
educational qualifications, should be ad-
dressed to the Chief Personnel Offi-
cer, Service Commissions Department,.
Kingstown, to reach him not later than
15th October, 1970. Applications front















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER, 1970.-(No. 53.) 375


persons already in the Government Ser- No. 245.
vice should be submitted through HeadsNG DEPARTM
of Departments. DATA PROCESSING DEPARTMENT
29th September, 1970.


No. 244.
VACANT POST

VACANCY OF AGRICI'LTrIRAL INSTRUCTORS
-lIxISTRY OF AGRIc('LTi-Mr:, TRADE &
ToutisrM--ST. VINCENT, W.I.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for four vacant
posts of Agricultural Insiructors in the
Department of Agriculture, Trade and
Tourism.
Applicants who have passes in Botany
or Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and
English Languago at Ordinary Level,
G.C.E., wiil be given preference when
applications are considered but this
does not preclude others.
The anpointmAent is pensionable and
will be for a probationary period of two
years in the first instance.
The salary of the post is $1.680 x 60
-1.800 x 120-$2,520 x 18')-$3,600
(QB)/$3,860 x 240-$4,800, $5,100. To
go beyond the QB at $3.600 one will have
to have formal training, e.g. Diploma of
the Eastern Caribbean Institute of
Agriculture and Forestry.
Travelling allowance is payable also
in accordance with local regulations in
respect of a means of transport approved
by the administration.
Quarters are not provided nor any
allowance in lieu thereof. The duties of
the post include tile development and
general supervision of small scale agri-
culture with special reference to soil
conservation, land usage, co-operative
processing and marketing of crops, live-
stock development, the administration of
laws relating to agriculture and such
other duties as may be assigned to him
from time to time.
The successful candidates will be sub-
ject to the Civil Service Orders and
Store Rules of the State of St. Vincent
and to the various Ordinances and sub-
sidiary legislation in force in the State
in as far as they are applicable.
Applications giving full particulars of
the candidate's education and experience
and accompanied by two testimonials
each should be addressed to the Chief
Personnel Officer, Service Commissions
Department, Kingstown, St. Vincent( to
reach him not later than Monday 12th
October, 1970.
29th September, 1970.


Six recruits are required for training
as Punch Operators and Verifiers in the
Data iroces.ulg Department, Ministry
ot finance, St. Vincent.

Applicants should-
(a) be between the ages of 17 to 30
(b) have a good secondary educa-
tion generally, but not neces-
sarily have a G.C.E. Certificate

Applicants will be remunerated in the
Scale V 38-27 $1,800 v 120-$2,520 x
180-$3,420.

Consideration will be given for ap-
pointment above the minimum where the
applicant has previous experience of
operating punches and verifiers.

Applications in the Applicant's own
handwriting along with at least one tes-
timonial, should be forwarded to the
Financial Secretary, Ministry of Fin-
ance. Kingstown, not later than 15th
October, 1970.
29th September, 1970.



No. 246.
The Government of India is offering
a number of Seholarships for studies in
India to students from the West Indies
under their General Cultural Scholar-
ship Scheme for 1971/72.

2. The Scholarships cover a wide
range of subjects including Arts, Basic
Sciences, Agriculture, Medicine and re-
lated fields, law and Jurisprudence, In-
ternational Studies( including Afric:an
Studies) and International Relations,
Music, Dance and Drama.

3. Applicants for undergraduate
study should be between the ages of 17
and 22 and should possess Senior Cam-
bridge, Matriculation or its equivalent,
those for post-graduate courses should
preferably be between 20 and 25 years
with at least a Second Division Baiche-
lors Degree.

4. Successful candidates will be re-
quired to sign a bond with sureties to
return to serve in St. Vincent for a spe-
cified period.















376 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER, 1970.-(No. 53.)


5. Applic'!tions, on Form T1, should
) submitted to the ('ii. Personnel
Oileer. Service Conmmissions Depart-
n"nt. !by Octoher 15. 1970.
2.th September, 197I0.
By Conmmoind
C. IVOR MARTIN,
Peri rntrt Secretary,
Premier's Office.
'REIMIER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
September 29, 1970.

DEPARTME NTAL AND
OT(IE!1 NOTICES.

ST. VINCENT.
IN THE HIGH11 COURT OF JUSTICE
A.D. 1970.

OCTOBER CRIMINAL ASSIZES

Notie is h0ereby g'ivcn that a sitting
of the Suprenm e Court of Ihe West Indies
Associated States in its Criminal Juris
ditiuol will be held at the Court House,
]K:: ;s'own. on Tucxidayv th October,
1] 7(J at 13.00 o'clock in the forenoon and
continuingg.
All priities concerned, also such per-
son5ws as are bound over by recognizance
to prose( nte, answer charges or give evi-
delne oir summoned as Jurors or wit-
nesses, are hereby cmnnunnded to give
their personal attention and attendance.
By Command,
A. T. WOODS,
Registrar of Ihe High Court.
Registrar's Chambers,
Kingstown,
STr. VINCENT.
11th MAty, 1970.


EDUCATION NOTICE

ADULT CLASSES AT TECHNICAL
TRAINING CENTRE FOR
INTERESTED MALES & FEMALES

Classes for the current school year
will commence at the Technical Train-
ing Centre on Monday September 28th,


1970 at 6.00 p.m. The subjects to be
offered are:
1. Introduction to Electricity
2. Technical Drawing.
3. Maclhie Shop Operation.
4. Building Construction.
5. Ca-rpentry.
6. Welding.
Fees a 'e p-yable in advance at the
rate of $J2.00 per class.
More information could be obtained
at the Tec.hnical Training Centre, Rich-
mend 1H11.

C. D). HIERCTULES,
Chief Educati:on Officcr (Ag.).
21st Sept. 1970.



TREASURY NOTICE



The original of St. Vincent Govern-
ment Reeeipt No. 203700 issued to the
Union Island Police Station is reported
missing.
Members of the public are hereby
warned against accepting from any per-
son purporting to be an authorised Rev-
enue Collector the receipt bearing the
said number as it is invalid.

A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General.
18th September, 1970.



POLICE NOTICE



It is i ..i;.,. for the information of all
Drivers and Owners of Motor Vehicles
residing in the Grenadines that with ef-
fect from Thursday 1st October, 1970,
the renewal of Driving Permits and
Licensing of Motor Vehicles which oper-
ate in the Grenadines will be done at
the Revenue Offices at Bequia and Union
Island.

R. M. THOMAS,
For Licensing Authority.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER, 1970.-(No. 53.) 377


INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT
INCOME TAX NOTICES



Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the Income Tax Ordinance, their properties having been levied
upon will be off,'red for s le at 1.3(0 p.m. on Saturday 17th October, 1970 at the
Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown, for the recovery of Taxes due.


Inland Revenue Department,
Kingstown,
25th September, 1970.


Names


C. W. ITON,
Comptroller of Inland Rcenuce.


D( scri])Iioi ofl .rticlcs


Err'y Douglas
McDonald Beelingy


Kingstown


1 -eford Trnu'k No. T3683
1 Iliiman Waagon Reg. No. P.2041


Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the Income Tax Ordinance, their properties having been levied
upon will be offered for sale at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday 17th October, 1970 at
the Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown, for the recovery of Taxes due.


Names


A addresss


Dc. ~eriptioni of Propci-ty


George Alexander
Douglas Brisbane
Fitzroy Browne

Leon Clarke
Eugene Crosby
handolph Fox
Erry Forbes
Alvin Herbert


S.O. Jack
Stanley Jacobs
Aubrey Providence
William Raguette
Edmond Riviere

Irvin Shoy


Paul's Avenue
Kingstown
Kingstown

Liberty Lodge
Murray Road
Kin gstown
Paul's Avenue
Montrose


Kingstown
Sion Hill
Montrose
Stoney Ground
Montrose

&L Kingstown


1 Ecko Radio
1 Fiat Car P 3095
4 Morri:. chairs, 1 morris couch, 1
Bush Radio, 1 centre table.
1 Commer Van H. 3419
1 ()Opel Car P.86
1 Table, 3 Chairs
1 Scale
4 Sitting Chairs, 1 eight day clock,
2 wares cabinets, 1 Cortina Car
P.45
1 Fairbank scale
1 Radio
3 Morris Chairs
1 Radio
1 Singer sewing machine, 1 Radio, 2
morris chairs
1 Singer station wagon P.1835.

C. W. ITON,
Comptroller of Inland Revenue (Ag.).


Inland Revenue Department,
Kingstown,
17th September, 1970.


Address














378 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER, 1970.-(No. 53.)


SAINT VINCENT.
IN THE COURT OF APPEAL

RESULTS OF MAGISTERIAL APPEALS DISPOSED OF ON THE 15TII,
AND 17TII SEPTEMBER, 1970.
CRIMINAL.

Year No. Parties Criminal Offence Result

16/1970 Winston Browne Using vehicle with- Appeal dismissed.
v. out owner's con- Conviction and
Commissioner of Police sent sentence affirmed.

17/1970 George Bute Malicious wound- Apneal dismissed.
v. ing Conviction and
Commissioner of Police sentence affirmed.

18/1970 Bernard Pereira Unlawful use of mno- Appeal struck out.
v. tor vehicle
Commissioner of Police

19/1970 Hoskins Prescott Indecent Language Apneal dismissed.
v. Conviction and
Commissioner of Police sentence affirmed.

20/1970 Garvey James Unlawful use of mo- Appeal dismissed.
v. tor vehicle Conviction and
Commissioner of Police sentence affirmed.
Seven days to pay.

21/1970 Randolph John Indecent language Apneal dismissed.
v. Conviction and
Commissioner of Police sentence affirmed.

22/1970 David Samuel Offensive weapon Appeal allowed.
v. Conviction quashed.
Commissioner of Police Sentence set aside.

23/1970 Albert Woodley Unlawful use of mo- Appeal dismissed.
v. tor vehicle
Commissioner of Police

CIVIL:
Parties Subject Result
3/1970 Carnel Cuffy Claim for money lent Appeal dismissed.
Thomas Gumbs

A. T. WOODS,
Deputy Registrar, Court of Appeal.


SAINT VINCENT.
RESULT OF CRIMINAL APPEAL DISPOSED OF ON THE 15TH
SEPTEMBER, 1970.
CRIMINAL:

No. & Year Appellant Respondent Result
2 of 1970 Godwin Roache v. The Queen Appeal dismissed.

A. T. WOODS,
Deputy Registrar, Court of Appeal.


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