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Publication Date: August 24, 1971
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VubliNaeT by Autorit,

VoL. 104.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 AUGUST, 1971. [No. 50.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


No. 170.
APPOINTMENTS
Dr. M. S. SuNu ian has been ap-
pointed to act as a Surgeon, Kingstown
0Oneral Hospital, Medical Department,
Ministry for Education and health
with effect from 17th Auguht, 9i alnd
until further notice.
24th August, 1971.
(PF 5175)

No. 171.
Notice is hereby given that Cabinet
acting in accordance with Section 5 (1)
of the Slum Clearing and Housing
Ordinance, 1946 as amended, has ap-
pointed the following persons to serve
as members of the Central Housing and
Planning Authority for a period of one
year with effect from 1st July, 1971:
Mr. RANDOLPH RussELL--Chairman
Mr. J. L. CHAPMAN, M.B.E.
Mrs. VILNA Cox, M.B.E.
Mrs. MAvis HINDS
Mr. LEON CLARKE
The Chief Technical Officer/Miu.-
C.W. & L.
The Financial Secretary
The Senior Medical Officer
The 'Senior Assistant Secretary/
iH.L.G. & C.D.
24th August, 1971.


RESIGNATION

No. 172.
Mr. HOSKINS PRESCOTT, Printing Offi-
cer, Government Printing Office, Minis-
try of Home Affairs, has been deemed
to have resigned his office with effect
from 3rd July, 1971, in accordance with
Section 30 of the Public Service Com-
mission Regulations, 1969 (S.R. & 0.
No. 48/1969).
24th August, 1971.
(PF 4024)

No. 173.

OBITUARY

His Excellency the Governor, the
Honourable Premier, Ministers of
Goveriin ,it a.u-1 i Public Service
have learnt with deep regret of the
death of ROBERT CLOUDEN, retired
Disnenser, Ministry for Education
and Health, which occurred on
Tuesday 10th, August 1971.
24th August, 1971.
(SC 225)


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 AUGUST, 1971.-(No. 50).


No. 174.
LEGISLATION

Tlhc following Documents are pub-
1:shed with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 34.-Post Office (Over-
time) Regulations, 1971.
S.R. & 0. No. 35.-Exchange Control
(8 ch-duled Territories) O r d e r,
1971.
211 h Aug-ust, 1971.

No. 175.
WEST INDIES SCHOLARSHIP
SCHEME (WISS):
AWARDS TO U.W.I. 1971/72

Subject to the availability of funds
under the West Indies Scholarship
Scheme, applications are invited from
suitably qualified persons for awards
to pursue courses at the University of
the West Indies from the academic year
1971/72.
2. Awards are available for courses
at the Cave Hill and St. Augustine cam-
puses, and for Medicine or Special Hon-
ours Degrees at the Mona campus.
3 .Applications from undergraduate
students will not be entertained unless
accompanied by evidence of dire finan-
cial need and by an indication of the
student's progress during the years)
already spent at the University.
4. Applicants must have received
direct admission to the Faculty of their
choice. The letter of acceptance must
be submitted with the TI Application
Form.
5. Entrants to N1 courses in Arts and
Science may be considered, but prefer-
ence will be given to those students with
full admission to a three-year, or a
Special Honours, course. Students who
have completed the N1 Science year on
their own and who have now gained
admission to the Faculties of Agricul-
ture, Engineering or Medicine, are
eligible to apply. The letter of accept-
ance must be submitted with the T1
Application Form.
6. West Indies Scholarship Scheme
awards cover all fees; vacations are
provided for according to the campus
vacation residence rates; a Book &
Clothing Allowance is payable.
7. For the 1971/72 Academic Year,
awards are offered in the following
fields:
a) Agriculture t
Economics (with Statistics)
Engineering
Law
Medicine
General


b) For' teachers or those intend-
ing to return to teach:
Special Honours Degrees in
English, Maths., Physics,
Chemistry.
General Degrees including one
or more of the following sub-
jects :
(B.Sc.) Physics, Chemistry,
Zoology, Botany
(B.A.) English, History, Geog-
raphy
(B.Sc. or B.A.) Mathematics
8. Successful candidates will be re-
quired to sign a Bond with sureties, to
serve in the State for at least five years
after completion of training.
9. Applications, on Form TI, should
be addressed to the Chief Personnel Offi-
cer for attention of Training Officer, to
arrive not later than Saturday Septem-
ber 4th, 1971.
MARY E. MORGAN,
for Chief Personnel Officer (Ag.)
24th August, 1971.

VACANT POST


No. 1(4.
POST OF CONSULTANT PAEDIATRICIAN-
ST. VINCENT

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for the above
post.
Qualifications:
(1) Registerable medical qualification
(2) Membership of the Royal College
of Physicians with experience in
paediatrics.
Salary:
(a) $12,600 (Eastern Caribbean) for
a consultant without consulting
or other private practice or
(b) $10,800 (Eastern Caribbean) for
a consultant who is permitted
fee earning Consultancy practice
and ordinary private practice.
Appointments:
The appointment may be either on a
permanent and pensionable basis or on
contract for a specified period.
Applications, giving full particulars,
experience and proof of educational
qualifications, together with two (2)
recent testimonials should be addressed
to the Chief Personnel Officer, Service
Commissions Department, Kingstown
ind should reach him not later than
31st August, 1971.


10th August, 1971.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 AUGUST, 1971.-(No. 50). 285


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 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 Stations.

(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 Chairman)
The Financial Secretary
The Commissioner of Police
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.H. & 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 Jaycees
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.


KINGSTOWN :


RURAL AREAS:














286 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 AUGUST, 1971.-(No. 50).



No. 169.
It is notified for general information that the District Hurricane Com-
mittees for 1971 are as follows:-

CIIATEAUBELAIR DISTRICT:


Mr. RODWELL GORDON (Chairman)
Mr. AMBROSE REDDOCK
Mr. BENONI FRANKLIN
Mrs. MAY FRANCIS
Mr. OTTLEY DEBIQUE
Mr. FREDERICK MICHAEL
Rev. NEVILLE BUCHANAN
The Dispenser, Chateaubelair District


The Corporal i/c Chateaubelair Police
Station
The Public Health Inspector
Mir. WILLIAM GLASGOW
Miss OLIVE MORGAN
Miss ELDICA HADAWAY
Miss ERLA COOMBS


TROUITACA DISTRICT:


Mr. AUGUSTUS FERDINAND (Chairman)
Mr. EVERADE MASON
Mr. MAUXFORD PROVIDENCE
Mr. ARTHUR BYAM


Mr. MOULTON BROWNE
Mrs. 'ENmI WALKER
Mrs. YVONNE JACK


BARROUALLIE DISTRICT:
Mr. WELLINGTON WILLIAMS Mr. CYRIL ALEXANDER
(Chairman) Mr. REGINALD Asn
Mr. LEONARD ADAMS Mr. NATHANIEL BLUGII
Mr. BERTIE ROBERTS Mrs. MARY LAYNE

LAYOU DISTRICT:
Mr. DONALD CAMBRIDGE (Chairman) Mr. ALGERNON DOUGLAS
Mr. WILLIAM HANNAWAY Mr. ERRY DOUGLAS
Mr. FITZROY McALLISTER Mr. SAMUEL DESHONG
Mr. G. JACK


KINGSTOWN DISTRICT:


R. B. RUSSELL (Chairman)
H. B. CRICHTON
B. A. DESHONG
A. S. KING
G. E. KING


N S. BALLANTYNE
C. Z. HYPOLITE
E. G MCLEAN
J. M. BURKE
E. G. LEWIS


CALLIAQUA DISTRICT:


Mr. GEORGE DOUGAN (Chairman)
Mr. ERIC ALEXANDER
Mr. EDWIN BYRON
Mrs. EDITH TONEY


Mr. JONATHAN BABB
Rev. Fr. J. Mo.. i'cEr
Mr. JOHN, DObGAN


LOWMANS WD., DISTRICT:.
MALCOLM JOHNNY (Chairman) Mr. JEROME ,SHEARMAN
IRVINE ROBERTSON 'Mr. WILLIAM PRINCE
AFFORD MORRIS Mr. C .J'l.- JAM.
GIDEON KING

BIABOU DISTRICT:
FIREDERICK OLLIVIERIE, (Chairman). Mr. GORDON WILLIAMS i
(;Lr,: Gia,'L' Mrs. EULALIE' R'BERTS
GEORGE JOHNSON M i,, EaAU W: B'ALljA.If
WAITHLEY WILLIAMS .. i , ,l,;, l ;

STUBBS DISTRIdT:" '" ''-" ;! 1 '


W. A. FALBY (Chairman)"
ALFRED JOSLYN
CoNIEL JACK
DANIEL JOHN


'Mr. ALFRED .CLARKE,
Mre SAr .-A rM I DEANE
Rev. ALAN GRIST


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 AUGUST, 1971.-(No. 50). 287


MARRIAQUA DISTRICT:
Mrs. VELMA BROWNE (Chairman) Mr. CLIVE RICHARDSON
Mr. HAYWOOD MARRICHEAU Mr. LEON PARSONS
Mr. ALPHONSO D. DRAYTON Mr. LILEY CATO
PARK HILL DISTRICT:


PATRICK DASILVA
NORDIE DABREO
JEROME FERREIRA
AUSTIN RICHARDS


(Chairman)


Mr. CADMAN LEWIS
Mr. DAVID BOYIA
Mr. JAMES SOUPRAN


GEORGETOWN SOUTH DISTRICT:


EZEKIEL MARKSMAN
BRINDSLEY BROWNE
EDWARD SMITH
BASIL WELLS


(Chairman)


Mr. DODRIDGE GLASGOW
Mr. JOACHIM COZIER
Miss LUENDA LAWRENCE


GEORGETOWN NORTH DISTRICT:


Mr. MARTIN BARNARD (Chairman)
Mr. O'CAROL Jon
Father ROLAND ROBERTS


Mr. BRUCE MULRAIN (Head Teacher
Fancy)


BEQUIA DISTRICT:


CYRIL MITCHELL (Chairman)
ORMOND HAZELL
WALTER BYNOE
WILLIAM TENNIS


Mrs. EVELYN JOSHUA
Mr. AUCKLAND WALLACE
Mr. KENNETH ALLICK
Mr. CLIVE FRANK


PETIT ST. VINCENT DISTRICT:
Mr. HAZEN RICHARDSON II (Chairman)Mr. NOEL VICTORY
Mr. PHILLIP CHARLES Mr. CHESTER BELMAR

UNION ISLAND DISTRICT:


Mr. PHILLIP CRUICKSHANK
Mr. MORGAN SNAGG
Mr. CONRAD RAMAGE
Miss VIRGINIA AMBROSE


(Chairman) Mr. CONRAD ADAMS
Mr. AUGUSTUS MITCHELL
Mr. TORISITO ALLEYNE


CANOUAN DISTRICT:
Mr. PHILEMON MORRIS (Chairman) Mr. THORNHILL SANDY
Mrs. ADELAIDE KING Mrs. ANNELLA DEROCHE

MAYREAU DISTRICT:
Dr. J. P. EUSTACE (Chairman) Mr. EARDLEY ISRAEL

MUSTIQUE DISTRICT:
Hon. HUGO MONEY-COUTTS (Chairman). Mr. SIMPSON HAMILTON
Mr. ARNE HASSELQVIST

PALM (PRUNE) ISLAND DISTRICT:
Mr. JOHN CALDWELL (Chairman) Mr. JOHNNY CALDWELL
Mrs. JOHN CALDWELL Mr. PRINCE CUDJO


By Command,


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


PREMTFR'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
10th August, 1971.













288 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 AUGUST, 1971.-(No. 50).


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER
NOTICES.


EDUCATION NOTICES


On the result of the 1971 Scholarship and Entrance Examination, Cabinet
has awarded 72 Scholarships in order of merit to the following candidates to&
the Boys' Grammar School and the Girls' High School respectively, from
September 1971.


Name
Evadney Bacchus
Colin Gunsam
Sherill Sutherland
Sandra George
Beverley Garnes
Hartley Phidlips
Hazel Ann Scott
Inza King
Karen Baksh
Lancelot hobertson
.Jillian Morgan
Herbcrt Samuel
Cheryl Liverpool
Dale Russell
Lou Anne James
Conway Greaves
Rosamond Osbourne
Rosita Samuel
Roy Fitz Gerald Fraser
Samuel Norris
Erla Balcombe
Heather Bowman
Monica Priddie
Charmanne Theobalds
Donna Rose
Bridgette Samuel
Candida Cordice
Roy Darcheville
Harvey Morris
Karla Dias
Aenone Harper
Fraline Robin
Maureen James
Morris Prescott
Michael Peters
Francis Llewellyn
Bridget Caruth
Beatrice Bernard
Phillip Conner
Thaddeus Seymour
Enna Baptiste
Sharon, Quashic
Pose Mary Shallow
Maurice Edwards
Gloria Regisford
Jacqueline Tyrrell
Kay Jackson
Dona Providence
Carlson Cyrus
Lilian; Alexander
mlieter Hazell
Andrea Carmichael


School
. Richland Park Government
. Kingstown Preparatory

R.C.
...... Kingstown Preparatory




. Rose Hall Government
...... Kingstown Preparatory





Methodist
.... Georgetown Government
. Kingstown Preparatory
...... Georgetown Government
...... Kingstown Preparatory


. Union Methodist
. Kingstown Preparatory
... Westwood Methodist

. Kingstown Preparatory

. Buccament Government
ly
SRichland Park 'over-nmunt
. Buccament Government
. Kingstown Government
. Kingstown Roman Catholic
. Buccament Government
...... Sion Hill Government
...... Georgetown Government
. Kingstown Methodist
. Calder Government
. Kingstown Roman Catholic
. Cane End Government
. Kingstown Government
. Biabou Methodist
. Kingstown Preparatory


. Westwood Methodist
...... Kingstown Preparatory
. Kingstown Methodist
...... Kingstown Preparatory














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 AUGUST, 1971.-(No. 50).


Anetha McMillan
Maureen Sutherland
Joan Millington
Eula Chambers
Dominic Lewis
Foster Forde
Mylene Matthews
Glenda Findlay
Elliott LaBorde
Theresa Daniel
Jacintha Alexander
Joffe Christopher
Diane Ollivierre
Maslyn Woodley
Marilyn Clarke
Wesley Walker
Susan Jackson
Jasminie Horne
Cherall Williams
Andrea Providence


University of London General
Certificate of Education Exam-
ination-January-1972


Forms of entry for the above
examination may be obtained from
the Ministry of Education, Kingstown.
Applicants for Ordinary levels will
normally be required to offer those
subjects only for which they were
recommended at the last Qualifying
Tests held by the Department of
Education. Candidates, however, who
wish to complete minimum University
Entrance requirements may be allowed
to offer the necessary subjects) at
Advanced level.
Fees are as follows:


Entry fee
O ---1n-v level
Advanced level
Local fee


- $10.80
- $4.32 per subject
- .) (10 ner mnhject
- $4.00 for '0'
t levels
- $6.00 for 'A'
levels


A provisional entry must be clearly
iii-iiatv d on the Entrance form.
Forms must be completed and re-
turned to this Ministrv together with
a copy of Birth/Baptismal Certificate
and fees receipt between the hours of
9 a.m. and 3 p.m. (Saturday 9 a.m. to
11 a.m.) nn or before Tuesday 31st
August, 1971.
NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE
ACCEPTED.
Ministry of Education.
13th August, 1971.


...... Calliaqua Anglican
...... Georgetown Government
..... Richmond Hill Government
. Rose Hall Government
. Kingstown Roman Catholic
...... Georgetown Government
. Gomea Methodist
...... Kingstown Methodist

. Biabou Methodist
...... Kingstown Government

. Barouallie Anglican
...... Belair Government
...... Kingstown Roman Catholic
Methodist
...... Kingstown Preparatory

...... Troumaca Government
...... Kingstown Preparatory


Vacancies still exist for the following
full-time courses at the Technical Col-
lege at Arnos Vale.

Agricultural Engineering
Refrigeration Engineering
Plumbing and Pipe-fitting
Carpentry and Joinery
Blockmaking and Concrete Practice-
Commercial Courses. (Clerical and
Secretarial.

An entrance examination will be
arranged for applicants who do not
have the Primary School Leaving Exam-
ination. Persons who wish to enrol for
the above courses should do so without
delay.

All persons who cannot attend full-
time courses but are interested in
enrolling for Part-time Day Release or
Eveni: .g Classes should contact the&
Prnicipal at the Ministry of Education
and Health immediately.
Ministry of Education & Health
19tli August, 1971.



EVENING CLASSES-1971/1972


Classes for Term I, 1971/72 will begin-
on Monday, 27th September, 1971 at
the Grammar School. Classes will be-
offered at '0' level in English Language,
English Literature, Mathematics, Geog-
raphy, West Indian History, Healthl
Science and Biology.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 AUGUST, 1971.-(No. 50)


2. Candidates for '0' level subjects
must have passed the Grade 3 Pupil
Teachers' Examination or completed the
equivalent of fifth form work in the
subject.
3. The fees are one dollar ($1.00)
per subject per term. A refund will be
made of the full fee paid by applicants
who subsequently withdraw when the
results of the 1971 G.C.E. examination
are known on condition that notice of
intention to withdraw is given to the
Chief Education Officer before the first
class begins.
4. Registration closes on Wednesday,
22nd September, 1971.

T. V. KEANE,
Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Education & Health.

KINGSTOWN BOARD NOTICE

In accordance with Section 35 (2) of
the Kingstown Board Act 22/70, the
Chairman has appointed Wednesday
September 1, 1971, as the day on which
the Court will be held for the purpose
of Revising thi Electors' Roll for 1971.
The Revising Officer will be at the
Public Library at 9:00 a.m.

E. G. LEWIS,
Acting Warden.
18th August, 1971.


LOCAL GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Notice is hereby given that under the
provision of Section 16 of the Local Gov-
ernment Ordinance, 1951 as amended
by Ordinance 35 of 1954, Mr. HAYWOOD
MAR'ECHEAU and Mr. LEON PARSONS have
ceased to be members of the Marriaqua
Village Council, they having been absent
from three consecutive meetings of the
Council without leave of the Council.
Their seats are hereby declared vacant.
0. S. BARROW,
S.A.S./H.L.G. & C.D.


Notice is hereby given that the Elec-
tors' Roll for the district of Union Is-
land in the St. Vincent Grenadines can
be seen nnd Inspected at ithu ouolwing
premises:-
1 .The Revenue Office.
2. The District Council Office.

0. S. BARROW,
S.A.S./H.L.G. & C.D.

20th August, 1971.



Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for the post of
Clerk, Union Island District Council.
Applicants should be at least twenty-
one (21) years old, should have a good
knowled',_ of the English Language
anid should be able to type. Some ad-
ministrative experience is require-d.
AppFeatinis should be addressed to-
The Chairman,
Union Island District Council,
UNION ISLAND.
mnd should reach him not later than
31st August, 1971.

0. S. BARROW,
S.A.S./H.L.G. & C.D.
18th August, 1971.


AUCTION SALE


It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that there will be put up for
sale by Public Auction the undermen-
tioned unserviceable vehicles at the Gen-
eral Hospital Compound on Wednesday,
1st September, 1971 commencing at


2 p.m.
1 WILLYS PICK-UP
1 Morris Ambulance
1 Austin Ambulance


T2553
T1755
T2260


Ministry of Education & Health














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 AUGUST, 1971.-(No. 50). 291


TREASURY NOTICE.



"LAND AND HOUSE TAX DEPARTMENT"



Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 49, Cap. 194 of the
"Land and House Tax Ordinance", as amended by Ordinance No. 12/54, that
the following properties sold at Auction on 7th August, 1971 for arrears of
taxes, will Vest absoli', y ;n 11':( pii: ;s,' ,ines. unless the owners or any
other person or persons having an interest in the properties sold pay into the
Treasury the said purchase price Plus Ten Per Centum thereof before the
expiration of Three (3) Months from the date of sale.

A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General.


Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
20th August, 1971.

Name of Owner Loc
or Occupier P


cation of
property


Description of Purchase
Property Price


Hutchins, Samuel Heirs. Reform


John, Frederick
Kydd, Gertrude

Quammie, Sarah

Williams, Abraham


2 acres of
land


Grant Villa g- 1 House spot
Richland Park 12 poles of
land


Belmont


2 roods of
I loldc


Richland Park 1 lHous, Spot


$525.00 7. 8. 71
$150.00 7. 8. 71

$230.00 7. 8. 71

$465.00 7. 8. ,1
$125.00 7. 8. 71


Date of
Sale


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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
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