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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: July 27, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Gazettes -- Periodicals -- Saint Vincent   ( lcsh )
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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


1ubliVilNEh hl Authority

VoL. 104.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 27 JULY, 1971. 1No. 46.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


No. 96.


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 HU7RRICANI
WARNING
(1) A red flag with a black
rectangular centre will be
flown from Police Head-
quarters.


(2) Loudspeaker and
Announcements.


Radio


(3) Three saluting guns will be
fired.


RURAL AREAS: (1)


A red flag with a black
rectar-gular centre will be
known irom Police Stations.


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 bla-k
rectangular centres will be
flown from Police Stations.


(2) Loudspeaker and
Announcements.


Radio (2)


Church bells will ring for
5 minutes.


No. 97.
CENTRAL HURRICANE COMMITTEE
It is notified for general information that the Central Hurricane Committee
is comprised of:-
The Premier (Chairman)
The Minister of Home Affairs (Deputy Chairnan)Y
The Financial Secretary
The Coumiissioner of Police


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KINGSTOWN :















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 27 JULY, 1971.-


The Chief Personnel Officer
Permanent Secretaries
The Manager Central Water Authority
The Chief Technical Officer
The Chief Agricultural Officer
The Senior Medical Officer
The Executive Secretary, C.II. & P.A.
The Public Relations Officer
The Chairman, Kingstown Town Board
A Representative of the B.R.C.S.
A Representative of the Chamber of Commerce
A Representative of each of the three leading Churches
A Representative of the St. Vincent Electricity Services
A Representative of Cable & Wireless
A Representative of the Jayeces
A Representative of the HAMS
The Senior Assistant Secretary, Housing, Local Government and
Community Development
Permanent Secretary Ministry of Home Affairs (Secretary).
Headquarters at Office of Ministry of Home Affairs.


No. 150.
APPOINTMENT

MANAGE ( OFFICERR

Reverend Fr. JAMES A. MACDONALD,
S F.M e,- a M'rr-',- Officer with effect
from 27th July, 1971.
27th July, 1971.
(MHA. 029)

No. 151.
VACATION LEAVE

The IHon. Mr. Justice PETERKIN has
been granted 107 days vacation leave
with effect from 1st June, 1971.
27th July, 1971.

No. 152.
The IIon. Mr. Justice GLASOOW has
been granted 126 days vacation leave
with effect from 20th July, 1971.
274':! July, 1971.

No. 153.
BANK HOLIDAY

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday the 2nd August, 1971 (August
Monday) being a Bank Holiday, all
Public Offices will be closed on that day.
27th July, 1971.

No. 154.
ADVANCED MANAGEMENT
COURSE

The Government of Jamaica, in co-
operation with the Administrative
Staff College, Henley-on-Thames, Eng-


land, and supported by the University
of the \Vest Indies with technical
assistance from the United Kingdom
Overseas Development Administration,
is sponsoring an Advanced Manage-
ment Course in Jamaica from October
4th to 20th.

2. The course is designed for man-
agers and administrators in the West
Indies in both r-:ivate and public sec-
tors and will most benefit persons
between the ages of 32 and 47 who
hold maragenment positions at middle
or senior levels.
3. The course will deal with such
aspects as personnel manalgeinent and
management development, computer
applications and the economic, social
and nolilic'il future of the Common-
wealth Caribbean.
4. Applications and nominations
from the private sector are invited,
and should reach the Chief Personnel
Officer. Service Commissions Depart-
ment, for attention of Training Officer,
by July 27th, 1971.

MARY E. MORGAN,
for Acting Chief Personnel Officer.
27th July, 1971.


No. 155.
DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION,
U.W.I.,-1971/72

Subject to the availability of funds
under the West Indies Scholarship
Scheme, applications are invited from
graduate teachers for an award to read
for the Diploma in Education at the
University of the West Indies, Mona,
in the academic year 1971/72.


-(No. 46).















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 27 JULY, 1971.-(No. 46).


2. Applicants must possess a degree
from a recognized university and must
be interested in teaching as a career.
3. The successful applicant will b-,
required to sign a Bond, with sureties,
to return to teach in St. Vincent for
a minimum period of two years.
4. Applications, on Form T1, should
be submitted through School Principals,
to reach the Chief Personnel Officer for
attention of Training Officer by Tues-
day August, 3rd, 1971.
MARY E. MORGAN,
for Chief Personnel Officer (Ag.)

By Command,

F. G. THOMAS,
Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Office.

PREMIER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
27th July, 1971.


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER
NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND
HEALTH ST. VINCENT.

Saint Vincent Technical College
The following courses of study will be
offered by the. St. Vincent Technical
College for the 1971-72 session com-
mencing 27th September, 1971.
1. These courses are designed to give
initial training to prospective craftsmen.
The training will consist of a full-time
course of two years duration after which
the students will be expected to continue
their training by seeking employment in
industry.
Courses will be offered in the follow-
ing crafts:-
(a) Mechanical Engineering;
(b) Automobile Engineering;
(c) Agricultural Engineering;
(d) Electrical Engineering;
(e) Refrigeration Engineering;
(f) Blocklaying and Concrete
Practice;
(g) Carpentry and Joinery;
{h) Plumbing and Pipe Fitting.
Entry Qualifications
Applicants for Basic Craft Courses
must be at least fifteen (15) years of
age and possess a Primary School Leav-
ing Certificate.


Fees.
The course fees will be $135.00 per
annum (3 terms) payable in advance.
2. General Technical Courses.
These courses are designed for the
training of Junior Supervisors or Fore-
men in the various trades in industry.
The training will consist of full-time
courses of two years duration. The
course will be of a general nature cover-
ing the fields of:-
(a) General Engineering
(b) General Building and Con-
struction.
Entry Qualifications.
Applicants for General Engineering
courses must have completed a full sec-
ondary school education and have at
least three G.C.E. "0" level passes in-
cluding English, Mathematics and one
Fees.
The course fee will be $270.00 per
annum (3 terms) payable in advance.
3. Secretarial Course.
This is a full-time course of one year
duration provided for the training of
Shorthand Typists.
Entry Qualifications.
Applicants for the Secretarial Course
must have completed a full secondary
school education and passed in two or
more G.C.E. "0" level subjects includ-
ing English Language.
Fees.
The fee for the course will be $27U.00
per annum (3 terms) payable in ad-
vance.
4. Clerical Course.
This is a full-time course of one ycar
duration provided for the training of
Clerks/Typists.
Entry Qualifications.
Applicants for the Clerical Course
must be at least fifteen (15) years of
age and possess a Primary School Leav-
ing Certificate.
Fees.
The fee for the course will be $180.00
per annum (3 terms) payable in ad-
vance.
5. Part-time Commercial Courses.
Part-time courses, requiring attend-
ance at the College for one evening
each week, will be offered to persons
employed in Commer ial and Business
Organizations who wish to increase their
proficiency in the office skills. Indi-
vidual courses will be provided in the
specialised subjects of Book-keeping,
Shorthand, Typewriting and Commer-
cial Arithmetic.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 27 JULY, 1971.-(No. 46).


Fees. Completed form must be returned by
31st July, 1971.
The fees for the individual courses 3st July
will be $120.00 per annum (3 terms) Private enquiries cannot be enter.
payable in advance. tainted.
Entry Forms and Further Details Permanent Secretary,
These may be obtained from the Prin- Ministry of Education &
cipal, Ministry of Education and HIealth, Health,
St. Vincent. Saint Vincent.


TREASURY NOTICE.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX DEPARTMENT.

Notice is hereby given that the following persons have become defaulters
for non-payments of taxes levied under the authority of the "Land and House
Tax Ordinance". Pursuant to Section 46 of the said Ordinance, the several
properties in their ownership or occupation having been duly levied upon will
be offered for sale at Public Auction on Saturday 31st day of July 1971, at the
Land and House Tax Office (P.W.D. Compound) Kingstown, for the recovery
of taxes due.
GEORGE V. DOUGLAS,
for Accountant Gencral.
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
13th July, 1971.

(PARISH OF CHARLOTTE)


Name of Owner, Attorney
or Occupier


Situation of
Property


Description of Property


Carlton Ambris
Leah Bacchus
Hrs. Thomas B. Boyea
James Bristol
Est. Ephraim Daniel
Malony Daniel
Samuel Deane
Catherine Forde
Christopher Grant
Esau Hull

Sarah Humphrey
Frederick John
Victor John
Percival G. Joseph
Alexander King

Louisa P. King
' -rtrude Kydd
Ulrica Malony

P"a MacDowall
Est. of B. A. Spence



Frank Swift
Galgey Swift

Abraham Williams
Sylvanus Thomas

Lloyd Matthews


Farm
Richland Park
Lower Lowmans
Lower Lowmans
Greggs
Adelphi
Mt. Pleasant
Mt. Pleasant
Richland Park
Spring Estate

Adelphi
Grants Village
Bridgetown
Richland Park
Richland Park

Freeland
Richland Park
Mesopotamia

Adelphi
New Prospect



Hopewell
Hopewell

Richland Pprk ,
Lower Lowmans


Greggs


3 acres 2 roods of land.
20 poles of land.
One (1) House Spot.
One (1) House Spot.
1 rood 33 poles of land.
1 rood 12 poles of land.
2 acres of land.
24 poles of land.
16 poles of land.
One (1) Wooden dwelling
house.
1 acre of land.
One (1) House Spot.
16 poles of land.
3 roods 8 poles of land.
One (1) Wooden dwelling
house.
One (1) House Spot.
12 poles of land.
One (1) Wooden dwelling
house.
1 rood of land.
2 acres 18 poles of land,
known as lot 59 occupied
by one James Rodgers.


One (1)
One (1)
house.
One (1)
One (1)
house.
One (1)


House Spot.
Wooden dwelling

House Spot.
Wooden dwelling

Wooden dw.llirg















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 27 JULY, 1971.-(No. 46).


(PARISH OF ST. GEORGE)


Name of Owner, Attorney
or Occupier


Gertrude Branker
Henrietta Bobb
Fitzroy Bonadie
Bertram Owen Browne
Charles Browne
Eardley Browne
Reginald Browne
James II. Gibson

Dorothy Greaves
Gertrude Henry
Albert Labban
Jonathan Peters
Berresford Nichols
Beryl Pope

Sarah Quammie
St. Clair Orban Ottley



Stanley Prescott
Theophilns Scotland
Donald Thomas

Christaline Walker


Situation of
Property


Akers
Golden Vale
Liberty Lodge
Akers Hill
Akers Hill
Akers Hill
Akers Hill
Villa

Akers Hill
Evesham Vale
Calder
Brighton
Prospect
Villa

Belmont
Calder



Rileys
}Belvedere
Akers

Akers Hill


Description of Provertu


7 acres of land.
One (1) House Spot.
24 poles of land.
7 acres of land.
7 acres of land.
7 acres of land.
7 acres of land.
5 acres 3 roods 36 poles of
land.
7 acres of land.
1 acre of land.
2 roods 24 poles of land.
One (1) House Spot.
1 rood of land.
One (1) Wooden dwelling
house.
2 roods of land.
Realty:- that is to say One
two-storey wall building with
portion of land from
Zaccheus Lewis.
One (1) House Spot.
3 roods 32 poles of land.
One (1) Wooden dwelling
house.
7 acres of land.


(GRENADINE ISLAND OF BEQUIA)


Ernest Adams
Ferdinand Adams
Richard Bynoe
Muriel Davis
Herbert Derrick
Maude Durham
John Hazell
Hrs. Wilhelmina Hazell
Hrs. Samuel Hutchins
William James
James C. Miller
Howard McIntosh

.Afdpla BPhrvni
Cecila & Cally ;Ollivierre
Vibert G. & Dagma
Ollivierre
Everad Wallace


Belmont
Paget Farm
Paget Farm
Belmont
Friendship
Derrick Hill
Paget Farm
Upper Derrick
Reform
Hamilton
LaPompe
Spring Estate

Hamilton
Monkey Hill

Monkey Hill
Friendship


2 acres of land.
1 acre of land.
1 acre of land.
1 acre of land.
1 acre of land.
2 acres of land.
1 acre 23 poles of land.
2 acres 2 roods of land.
2 acres of land.
1 acre of land.
1 acre of land.
25 neres of lnmd 1-ng portion
of acreage of 266.
acre 16 poles of land.
1 acre of land.

1 acre of land.
1 acre of land.















256 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 27 JULY, 1971.-(No. 46).


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY



STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
AS AT 30TH JUNE, 1971


Liabilities


Assels


DEMAND LIABILITIES:

EC $ EC $


NOTES IN CIRCULATION ...... 59,072,093


COIN IN CIRCULATION

MONEY AT CALL

INTERNATIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS


..... 5,100,816

..... 2,587,600


17,351 66,777,860


EXTERNAL ASSETS:


CURRENT ACCOUNTS
AND MONEY AT CALL
IN LONDON

UNITED KINGDOM
TREASURY BILLS ......

OTrIER UNITED
KINGDOM GOVERN-
MENT SECURITIES ......

FOREIGN NOTES AND
COIN IN PROCESS OF
REDEMPTION


EC $ EC


6,950,386


18,503,554



33,864,269



413,642


GENERAL RESERVE


OTHER LIABILITIES


*COMMERCIAL BANKS
BALANCES

6,370,927 GOVERNMENT LOCAL
DEBENTURES
LOCAL TREASURY
560,863 BILLS
OTHER ASSETS


896,799 60,628,650


6,856,050

2,850,280
3,374,670


EC$73,709,650


EC$73,709,650'


[Proportion of external
assets to demand liabili-
ties 90.8%]

* Convertible into Sterling on demand
N. L. SMITH,
Acting Managing Director.


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GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 30 cents. ]




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