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Publication Date: May 19, 1953
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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 VI NC NT


GOVERNMENT -GAZETTE





VOL. 86.] SAINT VINCI',NT, TUESDAY, 19 MAY. 1953. [No. 30.


GOVERT'MEN'P NOTICES.


No. 235.
CORONATION OF HER MAJESIY QUEEN ELIZABETH II.

SPECIAL CHURCH SERVICES, KINXGS'owN,

Tuesday 2nd June, 1953.

It is hereby notified for general information that arrangements have been
made for the holding of Special Services at the principal Churches in Kingstown
on Coronation Day, Tuesday, 2nd June, 1953. Her Majesty has asked that all her
peoples should pray for her on this day.
The Services will commence some time between 8.45 a.m. and 9 a.m.
All members of the various bodies and organizations listed below and all other
members of the general public are invited to take part in the Community
Procession which will gather at 8.15 a.m. in Grenville Street and Halifax Street
from the Court House towards the Post Office. The procession will start at 8.30
a.m. and march along Grenville Street (Back Street) to the vicinity of the
Churches and, after halting, those taking part will disperse and enter their
respective Churches in the same order as in the Order of Procession.
Any Societies or organised bodies not listed in the Order of Procession and who
wish to join in the Procession as a distinct Unit are requested to inform the
Superintendent of Police as soon as possible.,
Members of the general public who are not attached to any of the organized
bodies which will form part of the procession are asked to join it at the rear of the
column. The Churches will be kept empty until the arrival of the procession and
it is particularly requested that persons who are not taking part in the procession
should not enter the Churches until after those in the procession have done so.
It is hoped that suitable arrangements can be made throughout the Colony
for public worship and prayer on this the day of Her Majesty's Coronation.
[After the conclusion of the Church Services in Kingstown the uniformed
bodies will form up in the same order as for the procession and march to the
Grammar School Playing Field for the Combirned Coronation and Queen's
Birthday Celebration Pr.r.ade. Full particulars of the Parade a.re being published
.separately.]










152 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 MAY, 1953.-(No. 30).


ORDER OF PROCESSION.
Police Band
Police
Auxiliary Police
Cadets
Volunteer Fire Brigade
Boy Scouts
Girl Guides
British Red Cross Society
Hospital Nurses


The Administrator
Executive Council
Legislative Council
Kingstown Town Board
Free Masons
Ancient Order of Foresters
British Empire Service League
Public Officers
Legal and Medical Practitioners
Representatives of the Press
Small Towns Boards and Village Councils
St. Vincent Planters' Association
St. Vincent Chamber of Commerce
Friendly Societies
Other Members of the General Public.
19th May, 1953.

No. 236.
COMBINED PARADE FOR CELEBRATION OF THE CORONATION
AND BIRTHDAY OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II.
June 2nd, 1953,
GR AMNMAR SCHOOL PLAYING FIELD-KINGSTOWN.

PROGRAMME -
A procession of Police, Auxiliary Police, Cadets, Volunteer Fire Brigade, Scouts,
Guides, Red Cross and Hospital Nurses will form outside the Churches after the
Church Services, and march to the Playing Field. The Band will fall in between
the Cadets and the Volunteer Fire Brigade and proceed directly to the Playing
Wields. Police, Auxiliary Police and Cadets will make diversion to Police Barracks
to collect arms and all parties will then fall in" on the Inspection Lines.
Members of the British Empire Service League will form up at the Playing Field.
1. 10.30 a.m. His Honour the Administrator arrives near the Saluting Base and
will be greeted with a Royal Salute as the Union Jack is broken
at the masthead.
2. The Administrator inspects the Parade.
3. March Past by all Units in Column of Route.
4. March Past by Armed Parties-in line.
5. The Administrator leaves the Saluting Base and moves to the
flank to indicate that as Her Majesty's representative he is
standing aside so that Her Majesty's presence may be imagined
and the Royal Standard is therefore flown at the Mast in place of
the Union Jack which has been lowered as the Parade gives a
6. Royal Salute.
7. Parade advances in Review Order for a Royal Salute in the
imagined presence of H.M. The Queen.
8. His Honour the Administrator calls for Three Cheers for Her
Majesty the Queen.










SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 19 MAY. 1953.-(No. 30),


9. Royal Salute of 21 Guns.
10. His Honour the Administrator returns to the Saluting Base as Bar
Majesty's representative and the Union Jack replaces the Royal
Standard.
11. Announcement of Coronation and Birthday Honours.
12. Royal Salute.
13. His Honour leaves the Parade and the Union Jack is then lowered.
19th May, 1953.

No. 237.
APPOINTMENTS.
Her Majesty the Queen has been pleased to approve the appointment of
the Honourable A. R. COOLS-LARTIGUE, Q C., Puisne Judge, Windwand
and Leeward Islands, to a post of Puisne Judge in Jamaica.
19th May, 1953.
(P. F. 156).


No. 238.
LAND SETTLEMENT AND DEVEL-
OPMENT BOARD.
The Honourable L. L. PUNNEIT has
been appointed as a member of the
Land Settlement and Development
Board during the absence on leave of
the Honourable W. A. HADLEY.
19th May, 1953.
(B. 3311948).

No. 239.
Miss JOYCE HAROLD has been ap-
pointed as a Junior Clerk in the General
Clerical Service of the Colony with
effect from 1st January, 1953. g
19th May, 1953.
(P.F. 641).

No. 240.
Mr. LEONARD SANDY has been ap-
pointed as Laboratory Assistant, Depart-
ment of Agriculture, with effect from
1st May, 1953.
19th May, 1953.
(P. F. 601).


No. 241.
TRANSFERS.
His Honour the Acting Administrator
has approved of the following transfers
with effect from 1st May, 1953:- .Zj
Mr. LOUIS DUNCAN, Junior Clerk,
P.W.D., to Customs Department;

Miss BERYL RICHARDS Junior Clerk.
General Post Office, to Labour
Department;

Mrs. MILDRED DUBLIN, Junior Clerk,
Labour Department to P.W.D.
19th May, 1953.
(P. F's. 536, 234, 324).


No. 242.
RESUMPTION.
With reference to Notice No. 203 pub-
lished in the Government Gazette of
28th April, 1953, Dr. I. A. E. KIRBY,
Veterinary Officer, Department of Agri-
culture, resumed duties with effect from
12th May, 1953.
19th May, 1953.
(P. F. 268).

No. 243.
LEGISLATION.
The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified that
Her Majesty the QUEEN will not be
advised to exercise her power of dis-
allowance in respect of the following
Ordinances of this Government:-
No. 137 of 1952.-An Ordinance to
amend the law relating to the
civil liabilities and rights of the
Crown and to civil proceedings
by and against the Crown, to
amend the law relating to the
civil liabilities of persons other
than the Crown in certain coses
involving the affairs or property
of the Crown, and for purposes
connected with the matters af ore-
said.
(J. 48/1948).

No. 4 of 1953.-An Ordinance to
amend the Shops (Hours of Open-
ing and Employment) Ordinance,
1942.
(J. 66/1940).
19th May, 1953.

No. 244.
The under-mientioned Bill is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette and
may be seen at the Government Office,
Kingstown Library, District Post Offices,
Police Stations and at all Revenue
Offices :-











154 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 MAY, 1953.--No. 30).


Prcatpi B.il fqrr an Ord4ipaoce to
.ie.td the, Anglican churchh 'n-
corporated Trustees Ordinance,
Cap. 48.
(J. 1611952).
19th May, 1953.
J.'
No. 245.
The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 17-The Villa Airport
Regulations, 1953.
(Q. 151952)'(D).
S.R. & 0. No. 18.-The Prices Control
(Amendment No. 7) Notice, 1953.
(J. 5/1951).
19th May, 1953.

No. 246.
TENDERS FOR ERECTION OF DECK
PEEL OVEN..
Tenders are invited for the erection of
one. single beck Peel Oven, 99 square
feet, with tiled sole including a 22 foot
brick chimney. Plans, specification, in-
structions for erection and particulars of
site, may be obtained at the Public
Works Department.
Tenders must be"g submitted to the
Superintendent of Works with a state-


ment of previ
of work not 1
19th May,

Nd.' 208.
,POST OF
PUBLIC
Application
of Superinte
St. Vincent
for a period
instance.
SALARY :









DUTIES :


,.,to timn be imposed on him,
,-',,by theoffioer administering
the .Govepnment.
QUARTERS i Quarters are not provid-
ed.
LEAVE &
PASSAGES: The officer will be eli-
gible to earn leave provid-
ed that his work and con-
duct have been satisfactory,.
at the rate of one week for
each completed period of
three months resident
service. Free first class-
passages are provided on
first appointment and on
satisfactory termination, of
contract, for the officer and
his family. Leave passages-
are not provided.
SThe appointment carries with it, the
liability to transfer to any. post of equiva-
lent status within the Windward Islands..
Applications should be addressed to
the Chief Secretary, Windward Islands,
St. George's, Grenada, and should reach
him not later than 81st May, 1958.
29th April, 1953.

No. 247.
EASTERN CARIBBEAN FARM
INSTITUTE.


ous experience in this type VACANCY FOR LECTURER.
water than 31st May, 1958.
Applieations'are'invited for the post
L953.'" of LECTURER at the Eastern Caribbean
-- Farm Institute, which is to be opened in
Trinidad towards the end of.1953, by
SUPERINTENDENT OF seven British West Indian Governments,
WORKS, ST. VINCENT. as a residential institution for 40 stu-
dents, to train the Staff of Departments
ns are invited for the post of Agriculture and others in the practice
ndent of Public Works and theory of agriculture at sub-Univer-
on contract or secondment sity level.
of three years in the first The Lecturer will be required to live
in the furnished flat, best suited to a
The Salary of the post will single man, attached to the Students'
be in the range from 900 Dormitory Block, and to assist with
to 1,000 per annum, de- practical and theoretical tuition, farm
pending on the candidate's management and supervision.
experience and qualifica- Candidates should have a degree or
tions. In addition, a trans- diploma in agriculture, with good prac-
port allowance at the rate tical experience.
of 212 10s. per annum is Appointments will initially be on con-
payable. Cost of living tract at a salary according to merit,
allowance is not payable. within the scale $2,400 x 120-3,600,
The Officer will be requir- plus cost-of-living allowance: arrange-
ed to perform all duties ments will be made to maintain any
appertaining to the Office existing pension rights, or a gratuity
of S p eri ntendent of will be paid in lieu thereof. A nominal
Works as laid down in deduction will be made from salary for
Chapter 143 of the Revised board and lodging. Free passage, if
Edition (1926) of the Laws required, will be given on appointment
of St. Vincent, and in other and termination of contract. Liberal
relevant legislation. Inad- leave on full salary.
dlition he will be required A applications, giving full information
to undertake such other concerningqnuilificicainsand experience,











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 MAY, 1953.-(No 30).


responsible persons to whom reference
may be made, should be addressed to
THE PRINCIPAL, EASTERN CARIB-
BEAN FARM INSTITUTE, CENTENO,
ARIMA P.O., TRINIDAD, B.W.I., to
reach him not later than 15th July,
1953.
19th May, 1953.
(A. 15/1950).

No. 248.
COLONIAL STUDENTS.
LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
AND POLITICAL SCIENCE.
With reference to Government Notice
No. 433 of 2nd Septenmber, 1952, the
following which has been received from
the Director of Colonial Scholars is pub-
lished for general information:-
"'The Authorities of the London
School of Economic: and Political
Science have decided that candidates
seeking admission to first degree c'urs.'s
must take the examination to qualify
them for al nissi, ii t, tle couri', of(f
their choice not iater than tle Noveim-
ber preceding the Octoler in wi icih Ilth
desire admission. Th'le school states
that tie results of overs-as examinations
held in the June or Jnly of any ye;ir are
not received in time for the School to
arrive at a decision and for the students
to reach the U.K. in time to commence
the course at the correct date.
2. Students at the London School of
Economics taking conrses for the Degree
of B.Sc. (Economics) or B.Sc. (Sociology)
are required before they can be admitted
not only to have satisfied University
Entrance requirements but also to have
passed their B.Sc. (Economics) Prelim-
inary Examination or some other inter-
mediate degree examination of London
University, or have passed a complete
Higher School Certificate Examination,
or be a graduate of an approved Univer-
sity, or have passed in any three subjects
at Advanced Level in the General-,
Certificate of Education Examination.
In the case of applicants for admission
to the B.A. degree courses, prospective
students are required to have passed the
Intermediate B.A. examination of Lon-
don University, or to have passed the
General Certificate of Education Exam-
ination at Advanced Level in three, sub-
jects, or to have obtained a Hibher
School Cer:ific;ite with at least three
lpases at Principal Standard. The three
subjects should he a Classical lan i:age.
another language and a subject rela'Red
to the degree course to be followed.
Students wishing to read for the
LL.B. degree are only required to have


passed normal London University En-
trance. requirements.
19th May, 1953.
(E. 16/1947).


No. 185.
POST OF SENIOR STAFF OFFICER,
PRISONS DEPARTMENT,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
Applications aiie invited for the post
of Senior Staff officer in the Prisons
Department, Saint Vincent.
The post is in the salary scale of
$1,200 x $(60-$1,440. A t mporary cost
of living allowance commencing @
$317.44 p a., house allowance of $288 p.a.
and uniform allowance of $58 pi.a. will
also be paid.
The post is no1n-i ensionaible.
The successful candidate will be re-
quired to serve a pro!.ational y period of
1 year in the fist instance. He should
hl;ive some experii nce in book-keeping,
and some knowledge of Modern Methods
of Social Reform and Prison Adminis-
tration.
Applications sihonld be addressed to
the Assistant idministrntor and Estab-
lishmient Ofi ccr. K inest oen. St. Vincent,
and siholii reach h-, im ,. t later than
l3tl M.(t?. 105.9 .
21st Aipril, 195:3.


No. 224.
BANK HOLIDAY.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday. the 25th May, (Whit Monday),
being a Bank Holiday, all Public Offices
will be closed on that day.
12th May, 1953.

No. 228.
POST OF PROOF READER, GOVERN-
MENT PRINTING OFFICE, GRENADA.
Applications are invited for the pqst
of Proof Reader, Government Printing
Office, Grenada.
The post, which is not pensionable, is
in the salary scale of $792 x $72-$1,152
per annum, and a temporary cost of
living allowance is also payable at an
approved rate. The existing rate varies
between 30% of actual salary up to $960,
a,'l 25/% thereafter.
Evidence of educational background
and previous experience in employment
should accompany application. Two
testimoni-als of recent date should also
be submitted.
The officer will be responsible to the
Government Secretary for the satisfact-
ory performinace of his duties.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 MAY, 1953.-(No. 30).


Applications must be addressed to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission,
Government Office, St. George's, Gren-
ada, and must reach him on or before
81st May, 1953.
12th May, 1953.

By Command,
A. L. SAMUEL,
for Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
19th May, 1953.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

LIVESTOCK NOTICE.

SALE OF HORSE-KIND AGRICULTURAL
DEPARTMENT, DOMINICA.

Tenders are invited for the purchase
of the following horsekind:-
(a) One Thoroughbred Stallion
(b) One half bred Colt
(c) One Jack Donkey
(d) One She Mule
(a) The Thoroughbred Stallion, Rose
Garland, is of Irish thoroughbred Blood
Line out of Roselake sired by Felici-
tation.
The Stallion is 14 years old and
rising 16 hands. He was trained in
Ireland by H. WEILLESLEY and was
owned by LORD GLENTORAN. He won
the Shandon Plate at Mallow and the
Anglesey Stakes at the Curragh Ireland
at two years old. At three years he
won the match race in His Majesty's
Plate at Galway over a distance of two
miles.
Imported to the West Indies in
1942. He raced thr'e times in Trinidad.
Purchased bv Dominic:a in 1944 for Stud
services he has several outstanding pro-
genies to his credit. His sire Felicita-
tion won 8 races including the Ascot
Gold Cup, Churchill Stakes, Jockey Club
Cup, valued at 14.675.
He is vigorous as a Sire and is being
offered for sale only to avoid uncontroll-
ed inbreeding.
(b) The Colt
Brown chestnut in colour two
years old and standing over 13 hands.
He is out of an imported half bred M:ire,
Goldflake, by Ros G(arland.
(c) The Jack Donrkey


(d) The Mule
Dark brown, 14 hands, useful for
pack purposes.
(e) Applications should be marked
"tender for Horsekind and should be
addressed to the Agricultural Superin-
tendent, Roseau, Dominica, to reach
him not later than 30th June 1953, who
does not bind himself to accept the
highest or any tender.
ST. G. C. COOPER,
Agricultural Superintendent.
19th May, 1953.
(W. 40/1949).


MARRIAQUA VILLAGE COUNCIL
BYE-ELECTION.
Notice is hereby given that according
to Section 25 of 1951 Local Government
Ordinance, the Clerk will be in attend-
ance at the Mesopotamia Police Station
on -Monday, 8th June, 1953, from 8.00
a.m. to 9.00 a.m. to receive nominations
to fill the seat of an Elected member of
the Marriaqua Village Council vacated
by Mr. Felix Browne.
Should a Poll be required, it will be
taken at the said Police Station on Mon-
day, 22nd June, 1953, from 8.00 a.m. to
12 noon, and from 1.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.
WALTER BACCHUS,
Clerk and Presiding
Officer.
19th May, 1953.


EDUCATION NOTICE.
CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS
1953.
The Cambridge Local Higher School
Certificate and School Certificate Exam-
inations will be held at this Centre in
November-Deccmler 1953.
The fees payable at the Treasury are
as follows:-
(a) University Fee:
H.S.C. ... 4. 0. 0
S.C. ... 2. 17. 6
(b) Local Fee :
(H.S.C. & S.C.) ... 2. 0
Entry Forms may be obtained from
the Local Secretary to whom the Forms,
duly filled up. should be returned not
later than Saturday, 20/h June, 1953.
Information in connection with "pri-
vate entries" may he obtained from the
Local Secreti;ry.


A half bred Kentucky Jack, age 7 GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
years, Mouse colour, standing 13 hands. 24th April, 1903.


W. M. LOPEY,
Local Secretary.










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 MAY, 1953.-(No. 30). 151


IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE, 1946,
(No. 22 of 1946)

and

In the matter of a Declaration by the Governor in Council that
'a certain portion of land situate at Layou in the Parish of
St. Patrick in the Island of Saint Vincent is to be acquired
for a public purpose.


DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND.

SECONDD PUBLICATION).
WHEREAS it is enacted by section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance,
1946 (No. 22 of 1946) that if the Governor 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 is considered by the Governor in Council that the
undermentioned land should be acquired for a public purpose, that is to say,
the erection thereon of a communal latrine:
NOW THEREFORE. IT IS HEREBY DECLARED by His Excellency the Gov-
ernor acting by and with the advice of the Executive Council of the Colony of
Saint Vincent, that upon the second publication of this Declaration in the
Gazette, all that piece or parcel of land owned by or in possession of Leonard
Paynter containing 610 square feet iandl bounded on the North, South and East
by lands of the said Leonard Paynter an(d on the West by the sea coast shall be
acquired for the abovementioned purpose and shall vest absolutely in the
Crown :
AND IT IS HEREBY FURTHER DECLARED AND NOTIFIED that the plan
showing the abovementioned land has been drawn and prepared by Mr. Lance
R. Pierre, licensed Land Surveyor, and may be inspected at all reasonable hours
at the Surveys Office in the town of Kingstown in the said Colony.
.12th May, 1953.
(-D. 7/1949).


POST OFFICE NOTICES. Leave Kingstown at 8 a.m. on Friday,
It is hereby notified for information 5th June 1953. and return on Saturday
of the general public that the General afternoon, 6th June 1953.,,
Post Office at Kingstown will be opened McD. SMITH,
between the hours of 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Colonial Postmaster.
Tuesday, 2nd June 1 953, for the sale of
the special Postage -amp to commemo- GENERAL POST OFFICE,
rate the Coronation of Her Majesty ST. VINCENT,
Queen Elizabeth II. 16th May, 1953.
This Stamp will be of the 4c. Denomi-
nation and will be on sale until the
31st December, 1953 or until stocks are FOR SALE.
exhausted, whichever is the earlier.
It is hereby notified for general infor-
McD. SMITH, nation that there will be put up for
Colonial Postmaster. sale by public auction on Wednesday
9th May, 1953. 10th June 1953, at 1.30 p.m at H.M.
Prisons, Kingstown :-
It is hereby notified for information One (1) Ford 21 Ton Truck T 12.
of the general public that the contract The truck can be inspected at the
vessel "C.L.M. Tannis" will make the Kingstown Prison, at any time between
run to the Grenadines during the 1st the hours of 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
week in June 1953 as follows:-
Leave Kingstown at 8 a.m. on Mon- C. J T. ANDERSON,
day, 1st June 1953 and return the same Superintendent of Prisons.
-evening. 12th May, 1953.










SAIIT TISOBINT, TUESDAY, 19 MAY. 1t53.-(No. 30).


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE 1948.

1~ It is hereby notified for general information that the Quarterly Licensing
5eskiAib W0ill be held in the undermentioned Parishes for the purpose of hear-
"ing&lplications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the granting of
ortifAates in accordance with the Liquor Licence Ordinance, 1948, at the times
and places hereunder :-


Parish.
St. George & St. Andrew


Charlotte


Time and Place of Session.
... At the ourt House, Kingstown, on Wed-
nesday, 17th June, 1953, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon.
.. At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Friday, 19th June, 1953, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon.


St. David ... At the Court House, Chateaubelair, on
Thursday, 11th June, 1953, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon.
St. Patrick ... At the Court House, Barrouallie, on
Friday, 12th June, 1953, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon.
Grenadines (Bequia) ... At the Court House, at Port Elizabeth'
Bequia, on Wednesday, 3rd June, 19583
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon.
Notice of intention to oppose the grant of any Certificate stating in general
terms the grounds of the opposition, must be served upon the applicant and
upon the Magistrate not less than seven days before the (lay fixed for the holding
of the Licensing Session.
E. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.
PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.

Parish. Name of Applicant. Occupation. Residence. Situation of
I Premises.

St. George & I Victor Jackson Shopkeeper Sion Hill Sion Hill
St. Andrew Kathleen Boarding- Kingstown Kingstown Park
Sherman House
Proprietress
Joseph Murphy Shopkeeper do Kingstown
Olive Samuel ,, Evesham Evesham Vale
Vale
Magderlin ,, Carriere Oarrierre
Browne
Fitzroy Hinds Merchant Richmond Kingstown
Hill
Charlotte ... Bentley Chewitt ,, South South Rivers
Rivers
Daniel Brewster ,,
Elijah James ,. Byera Hill Byera Hill

St. Patrick ... Eugene Ashton ,, Spring Spring Village
Village
St. David ... Martin Samuel ,, Troumaca Troumaca


E. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.
MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
12th May, 1953.


"M58











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 MAY, 1953.-(No. 30). 159


ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
CONTROL -NOTICES.

OPEN GENERAL EXPORT LICENCE.

Pursuant to Section 5 of the Imports
Exports Control Regulations, 1939, and
with reference to Control Notice dated
31st day of December 1951, the under-
mentioned item is hereby added to the
list of exemptions from Export Licence
and may be exported from the Colony
of St. Vincent under Open General
Export Licence :-
CASSAVA STARCH.

Dated this 8th day of May, 1953.


DE-CONTROL OF CODFISH.

Notice is hereby given that Govern-
ment has decided to discontinue the
policy of Bulk-purchasing of Codfish by
the Control Department as from the date
of this Notice.
Importation of Codfish will now be
undertaken by Merchant/Importers who
must apply to the Control Department
for a licence to import. It is to be
clearly understood that owing to the
limited dollar allocation made available
for this commodity the importation of
Codfish from dollar sources will necess-
arily have to be under strict quota, due
regard to be paid to price quotations and
quantities required.
Dated this 8th day of May 1953.

A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of supplies,
Competent Authority.


APPOINTMENT OF POLICE CON-
STABLES.

Applications are invited from young
men of good character, of good physique
and good education, for appointment as
Constables in the Saint Vincent Police
Force.
Applicants should apply in their own
handwriting on the special forms avail-
able on request at the Office of the
Superintendent of Police.
Candidates should not be less than
5' 9" in height. In exceptional cases men
below this height will be accepted.
They should be over 19 years of age and
under 30 years of age. Preference will
be given to those with a Secondary
School education and to experienced
motor drivers where other qualifications
are equal.
The standard of entry is continually
rising and for good, keen candidates the
prospects of promotion are excellent.
Persons who have already applied for
appointment within the past two years
need not apply again.
If you are interested, why not call to
see what the prospects really are ? The
Force today and tomorrow can offer even
you who are already in a good position
a permanent and pensionable job where
you can serve St. Vincent well and feel
that you really are doing a worthwhile
job.

A. H. JENKINS, Lt.-Col.,
Superintendent of Police.

POLICE HEADQUARTERS,
KINGSTGWN,
12th May, 1953.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1953, No. 17.

VILLA AIRPORT REGULATIONS.

(Gazetted 19th May, 1953).

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Villa Airport
Regulations, 1953.

2. Interpretation. "Controller shall wherever the context so admits
include Deputy Controller ".
PART I.
GENERAL PROVISIONS.
3. Name and Area of Airport. The airport, shall be known as the
Villa Airport and shall include all that area 'of the sea (being a portion of the area
shown in Admiralty Chart, No. 501, Windward Islands, Kingstown, Greathead,
Calliaqua and Admiralty Bays) starting at the seaward or South-western extremity
of Dyke's Island and running with a width of 300 feet inshore of a line 2,695 feet
long on a bearing 124 from Dyke's Island to a marker on the reef dividing Young's
Island Channel from Calliaqua Bay, and continuing from that reef marker with a
width of 300 feet inshore of a line 3,760 feet on a bearing 118 30' and as the same
is shown on a plan No. G. C. 43 prepared by G. E. Barker, Crown Surveyor, dated
12th November, 1947, and lodged in the Surveys Office in the Colony. The airport
shall also include all that area of land attached to and forming part of the
message of the Villa Customs House.

4. Controller. The Controller of the Airport shall be the British Guiana
Airways Captain in charge of Flying, who will be directly responsible to the
Administrator or any person appointed by the Administrator for the efficient
operation of the Airport. He may, however, delegate such authority as may be
necessary to members of his ground or air crew, or to the representatives of the
Agents, to ensure the efficient operation of the Airport at all times.

5. Diary. A diary (kncwn as the Airport diary) shall be kept by the
Controller, wherein all the operations of the aircraft, and of the Crash Launch,
results of inspection of the reef and channel, hours of radio watch and other
matters which are detailed in these regulations or which the Controller shall
consider necessary to record, shall be entered and signed by the appropriate person.

6. Instructions. In addition to the requirements laid down in the
preceding paragraphs of these Regulations, the Controller may issue such further
instructions either general or to specified individuals as he may think necessary
for the efficient operation of the Airport. Such instructions should whenever
possible, be in writing and a copy should be sent to the Administrator.







7. W, .."ie system on arrival and departure of the Aircraft.
Not more than thirty minutes prior to the arrival or departure of the aircraft a red
and white checkered flag shall be hoisted on Young's Island and at the flagstaff
on the Hangar. The day watchman at the airport shall be detailed to hoist the
flag on the hangar at the appropriate time which will act .as a signal to the
caretaker of Young's Island to hoist the flag there. Similarly this procedure will
serve when the flags need to be lowered.

8. Immediate Warning. Not less than fifteen minutes before the
arrival or departure of the aircraft the Crash Launch will approach the ramp and
sound its siren, a continuous note for thirty seconds, as an immediate warning of
arrival or departure.

9. Action subsequent to warning. After the warning flags have been
hoisted or the siren sounded :-
(a) no boat, unless anchored in the prescribed anchorage, shall remain
within the Airport area;
(b) no person shall swim in front of or over the ramp, or in any other part
of the said area except within thirty yards of the shore;
(c) no unauthorised person shall enter the ramp or hangar.

10-. Report of Defects. Any defects or deficiencies in the execution of
these arrangements shall be reported by the Controller to the Superintendent of
Public Works who is responsible for the maintenance of the flagstaffs and the
general discipline of the caretaker of Young's Island and the Day watchman.

11. Crash Launch. The operations of the Crash Launch shall be in
accordance with the detailed written orders of the Controller, which shall include
provision for duties as set out in paragraph 8 above, the clearance of the Alighting
Area of floating obstructions and boats, the procedure to be followed at take-off
and landing or in the event of an emergency, and the flag.signal procedure from
launch to aircraft.

12. Report by Coxswain. On commencement of duty the Coxswain
shall report to the Controller, or to such deputy appointed for this purpose by the
Controller, the state of readiness of the launch, fuel radius of action and crash
and emergency equipment on board. A summary of this information shall be
entered in the Airport diary.

13. Availability of Launch. The responsibility of knowing at what
times the Crash Launch will be required for operations lies with the Coxswain who
should obtain this information from the Controller or Airport Staff or from the
Agents.

14. Maintenance and Discipline. Any defects, deficiencies or failures
of the Crash Launch or default on the part of the Coxswain or members pf its
crew shall be reported by the Controller to the Superintendent of Public Works
who is responsible for the maintenance of the Launch and the general discipline
of the crew.







15. The Inspection of Reef and Channel. The inspection of the
reef and channel shall be carried cut from time to time at the discretion of the
Controller, who shall report to the Superintendent of Public Works what action
may be required to ensure the safety of the Aircraft on take-off and landing. The
reef channel will be required to have a minimum depth of four feet at lowest low
water and to be buoyed so as to be visible from the air and from the surface of the
water. All inspection and works on the reef will be noted in the Airport diary.

16. The Prevention of Unauthorised persons using the Ramp
and Hangar. The only persons permitted beyond the barrier within the
Hangar or on the ramp when the aircraft is about to land or depart are (a) British
Guiana Airways Staff, (b) Baggage boys, (c) Agents Clerk or representative, (d)
Customs and Immigration Officials on Duty, (e) the Day Watchman, (f) Police.
Friends and relations of arriving or departing passengers, the airport car driver
and any ether persons attending the departure or arrival of the aircraft are not
permitted on the ramp or beyond the barrier in the hangar.

17. The use of the Hangar and Ramp as a passageway for
passengers embarking in ordisembarking from the Young's Island
boat. The use of the Hangar as a means of access to the landing stage on the
East side of the ramp is prohibited. For this purpose a passageway exists on the
West side of the Hangar, between it and the property of the St. Vincent Aquatic
Club. Perscns going to or coming from Young's Island must use this passageway
and cross the ramp outside the Hangar to the landing stage on the East 4ide of
the ramp.

18. Enforcement. The Controller shall detail the day and night
watchmen or other responsible person to ensure that the above regulations are
carried out and shall report any breach of them in the Airport diary and, if
necessary, to the Administrator for further action.

19. Prescribed Anchorage for boats. No boat shall anchor in the
Airport Area. except on the nerth-west side of the Aquatic Club jetty and at a
distance of not more than fifty yards from the shore.

20. Watchmen. Day and night watchmen are employed by the
Superintendent of Public Works for the protection of the Airport, the Aircraft and
British Guiana Airways property. They will come under the direct orders of the
Controller in regard to their duties at the airport, and the Controller shall report
any deficiencies in their work to the Superintendent of Public Works.

21. Firefighting equipment and Drill. The Controller, with the
aEsistance of the Superintendent of Police, is responsible for the maintenance, in
a proper state of readiness at all times, of the airport fire-fighting equipment, and
fcr thea drilling of the airport staff in fire-fighting. The Superintendent of Police
is responsible for ensuring that arrangements exist whereby a serious fire, outside
the scope of the airport staff to control with their own equipment, and specifically
a fire originating in or endangering the aviation gasolene store, can be brought
under control without delay.







22. Use of Ramp as a boat-slip. In no circumstance is the boat to be
used as a boat-slip without the express permission of the Controller.

23.. Deputy Controller. The Controller shall nominate a Deputy
Controller to act for him when he himself is flying. This Deputy Controller will
normally be one of the two British Guiana Airways engineers stationed in St.
Vincenti,; whichever is not flying at the time, or the representative of the Agents.

PART II.

EMERGENCY PROCEDURE.
24. Accidents. In the event of an accident to an aircraft in the alighting
area or in the vicinity thereof the following action shall be taken :-
(a) the Crash Launch shall proceed with the utmost despatch to the scene of
the accident firstly taking immediate action to rescue personnel and secondly
doing everything possible to salvage the aircraft;
(b) the Deputy Controller, agent or other responsible person shall immediately
notify the Administrator, the police and the Medical and Ambulance authorities,
and arrange for aid to be despatched forthwith to the airport.

25. Aircraft overdue or in distress. (1) Three phases of distress"
may be considered to exist. These are the uncertainty phase, the alert phase and
the distress phase whioh are summarisea below together with the action that
should be taken.
(2) An uncertainty phase is considered to exist when :-
(a) no transmission has been received from an aircraft within a period of
t'irty minutes after the Lime a scheduled position report should have
been received; or
(b) an aircraft fails to arrive within thirty minutes of the estimated time of
arrival last notified to Air Traffic Control, or estimated by Air Traffic
Control, whichever is the later; or
.(c) doubt exists as to the safety o: the aircraft and its occupants.
During the uncertainty phase the Deputy Controller shall use all available
conmunicatio facilities to establish communication with the aircraft, request
news of the aircraft, prepare Crash Launch for sea, and alert shipping in port.
( An alert phase is considered to exist when:-
(a) following the uncertainty phase subsequent communication checks have
failed to reveal any news of the aircraft; or
(b) information has been received which indicates that the operating
efficiency of the aircraft has oeen impaired but not to the extent that a
forced landing is likely; or
(c) apprehension exists as to the safety of the aircraft and its occupants.
During the alert phase the Deputy Controller shall alert all neighboring stations,
i.e., Trinidad, Barbados, St. Lucia and Grenada, and inform them of the
circumstances and request their assistance in fixing the aircraft's position.
(4) A distress phase is considered to exist when-
(a), the ona board ia likely to be expended; or





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(b) information is received that the aircraft is about to make, or has made
a forced landing; or
(c) information is received which indicates that the operating efficiency of
the aircraft has been impeded to the extent that a forced landing is
likely; or
(d) there is reasonable certainty that the aircraft and its occupants are
threatened by grave and imminent danger and require immediate
assistance.
The Deputy Controller shall notify Air Traffic Control, Trinidad, and give the
fullest information available. If the aircraft is down in the sea, and its position
is known with any reasonable degree of certainty, the Crash Launch shall be
despatched by the Deputy Controller if range and weather conditions permit, but
if the Crash Launch is unable to proceed for any reason -arrangements shall be
made to despatch any larger vessel in the harbour if necessary. Any aircraft or
ships that are in a position to do so, shall be requested by the Deputy Controller to
maintain a listening watch for transmissions from the aircraft in distress.

PART III.

OFFENCES AND PENALTY.
26. Interference with airport installations. Any person who
interferes or tampers with, removes or maliciously injures any installations within
the airport area shall be guilty of an offence against these Regilations.

27. Kite flying prohibited. Any person who shall fly any kite or
captive balloon within the airport area shall be guilty of an offence against these
Regulations.

28. Penalty. Any person convicted of a breach of these Regulations shall
be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars or to
imprisonment for a period not exceeding four months with or without hard labour.

29. Revocation. The Villa Airport Regulations, 1951, (S.R..& 0. 1951, No.
56) and the Villa Airport (Amendment) Regulations, 1951, (S. R. & 0. 1951, No.
121) are hereby revoked.

Made by the Governor in Council under section 8 of the Aerodromes
(Protection) Ordinance, 1950, (No. 1 of 1950) this 8th day of May, 1953.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk oI &eeutte Council.
(Q. 15/52) (D).

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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1953, No. 18.

PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 7) NOTICE.

(Gazetted 19th May, 1953).

1. Short title. This Notice may be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 7) Notice.

2. Amendment. The prices set out hereunder are the Maximum prices
for which the articles enumerated may be sold in the Colony and the First Schedule
Part B to the Prices Control Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby amended by
deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns opposite the
article-" Rice (Dererara)," and substituting therefore the following:

FIRST 8CREDUL--PART B.


Article.


Rics (Dermirara)-

Pearl Packaged



Supr


2nd Quality


Maximum Wholesale Prce.


... $12.00 per cart on of
S 24 pac1kag, s of 21
each

... $23.90 per bag of 177


... $1.82 per ba of 177


S56c. per 57c. per
11. pkg. pkg.


Ib. 1.5 e. per 16c. per
lb. lb.

lb. 14c. per 141 c. per
S 1b. lIb.


Area "A means he town of Kinrstown and within one mile thereof.
Area B mans all other places throughout the Colony other iuan those
mentioned in Areas "A" and C' ".
Area C means all the villages of Overland, Sandy Bay, Owia, Fancy, Windsor
Forest and the St. Vincent Grenadines.

Made by the Compel Tnt Authority under section 30 Of the Prices Control
Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) this 15th day of May, 1953.


A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplies.


[ Price 4 cents. ]


1953.


Maximum Retail Price.


SAt1a "A" Area B" Area 0."


58c. per
pkg.


16.c. per
lb.

15c. per
Ib.


(J. 5/1951).


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