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SAINT VI NCINT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


|ublish d bj g uthorit.

VOL. 86.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JUNE, 1953. [No. 38.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 293.
OBITUARY.

The Administrator has learnt with deep regret of the death on 1st
June, 1953, of Miss L. FIELD, who retired fPom the Service as an Assis-
tant Telephone Operator, K(ngstown Telephone Exchange, in March,
1935.
16th June, 1953.
(A. 45/43).

No. 294.
The Administratbr has als,,'learfij with deep regret of the death on
12th June, 1953, of' r.' FIEDERICK C. T. JOHN, who retired from the
St. Vincent Police Force as Sei gca;t-Majuor at the end of NMay. 1945. Mr.
John also served as Poor Relie' and Probation Officer from 1st June. 1945,
to 31st September, 1950, and as Clerk t ,the Public Assistance and Proba-
tion Officer from 1st October, 1950, to 30th June. 1952.
16th June, 1953.
(P.F. 254).


No. 295.


LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.


There will be a meeting of the Legislative Council in the Council Chamber,
Kingstown, on Thursday, 25th June, 1953, at 10.00 :1.m.
A cordial invitation to atte nd is extended t( the general public.
16th June. 1953.
(A. 1/1949).


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JUNE, 1953.-(No. 38).


No. 296.
GOVERNOR'S APPEAL FOR FUNDS FOR WESTMINSTER ABBEY.

The Prime Miiister has launched an appeal for one million pounds for the
repair, preservation atld upkeep of Westninster Ab1bey. The Abbey is one of
the world's great churches. In it our Queen' wis crowned on 2nd June as Kings
and Queens have been crowned there for centuries. It is a shrine where genera-
tions of famous men are buried' or commemorated. It stands near the Houses
of Parliament at the centre of the Conmmonwealth, And long ago the House of
Commons used to meet in the Abbey Chapter House.
I'n this Coronation Year, when we here are also looking forward to a British
Caribbean Federation as an increasingly important part of the Commonwealth,
the appeal has been launched to ensure that the Abbey, which has fostered
much that is best in western civilisaiion, slionld be passed on worthily to the
future. I ask all of yon who can help with so ie gift, however small it may be,
to make your contribution.
Subscriptions should be lodged at Barclays Bank and marked Westminster
Abbey Appeal Fund.
GOVERNOR.
16th June, 1953.


No. 297.
MESSAGE FROM THE BISHOP OF THE WINDWARD ISLANDS.

BISHOP'S HOUSE,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
The large majority of those who read this have never been to England,
but ever since your school days you have heard about Westminster Abbey, and
I know that those who do manage to go to London make a point of visiting the
Abbey as soon as possible, standing, as it does, in the very centre of the Empire.
I am not going to enter into the long and interesting history of this truly noble
shrine, but I would like to tell you one or two important things about it. Those
who look upon it as merely a famous relic of the past make a great mistake.
The Abbey is very much alive, and not only on all great National occasions.
The daily round of prayer and praise, in all the beauty of holiness, has been
carried on without a break from the earliest times of her history. For centuries
it has been a centre of pilgrimages. Not only does it contain the shrine of St.
Edward the Confessor, but in its Sanctuary all our Sovereigns have been
Anointed and Crowned. It has recently undergone an extensive transforma-
tion, not only to provide space for the special ceremonial at H.M. Queen
Elizabeth's Coronation, but also accommodation for the large number of privi-
ledged worshippers. There are the tombs of great statesmen and poets and
others of great renown. There is the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior. There,
too, is the beautiful Memorial Chapel of the Battle of Britain. There, too mul-
titudes find spiritual rest and refreshment, and inspiration in the beautiful
daily services, with the best church music in the world. Think what it must
cost to maintain such a huge and beautiful shrine, and to preserve it for
posterity. The elaborate but temporary structural alterations and all the other
expenses in connection with the Coronation, were, of course, paid by the Gov-
ernment. But apart from this the Government does not pay anything towards
the upkeep of the Abbey. Moreover the Abbey is neither a Cathedral nor a
parish church, so that it has no Diocesan or Parochial Funds to support it.
The Abbey is known as a "Peculiar": this means that it is not under the
jurisdiction of the Bishop of London or even the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The Dean and Chapter are in full control. They have to do all they can to
maintain the Abbey, its fabric, its very large staff, and, of course, the services
which are according to the Anglican Rite. The repair work goes on daily, and
a large staff is employed on this alone. Many years ago, land and property
belonging to the Abbey were handed over to the Church Commissioners. These
were sold, and the capital used to provide an annual income for the maintenance
of the fabric, and for stipends and salaries of the staff. This was just adequate
in those days, and now it is only a very small portion of the amount now need-
ed to ensure the proper upkeep of the Abbey for all time.
















SSAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 16 JUNE, 1953.-(Nqo. 38).i1 15


A world-wide Appeal for one million pounds has now been launched by
Sir WINSTON CHURCHILL, on behalf of the Dean and Chapter. Just after the
Appeal was made public the devastation disaster to the East Coast of England
occurred, and naturally the public was asked to give at once all they could to
relieve distress. and this Flood Appeal of course had priority That urjiet
matter has now been dealt with, and we are free to appeal for the Abbey. If
the amount aimed at comes in the Abbey would be self-supporting for all t'id
and the income would also be sufficient to provide for a Choir School to ensure
a continuous supply of trained choristers to maintain the musical side of the
daily round of worship. At Coronation Day church services a collection was
given to the Westminster Abbey Appeal. Subscriptions may also be sent to
the Westminster Abbey Appeal Fund, Barclays Bank.
t NORMAN WINDWARD ISLANDS.
16th June, 1953.


No. 298.
APPOINTMENT.
His .jxcellency the Governor hasbeen
pleased to approve the appointment of
Mr. HUGH HAYN-~ SHAMLETT as Exam-
iner of Accounts, St. Vincent, on pro-
bation for one year with effect from 1st
January, 1953.
Ifith Jnne, 1953.
.(P. F. 74).

No. 299.
ACTING APPOINTMENT
Mr. CHARLES BALCOMBE has been
appointed to act as Dispenser, Medical
Department (Mental Hospital) with
effect from 15th June, 1953.
16th June, 1953.
(M. 511948).

No. 300.
TRANSFER.
Captain A. L. GENTLE, Assistant Su-
perintendent of Police, St. Vincent, as
an Assistant Superintendent of Police,
Jamaica, with effect from 21st April,
1953.
16th June, 1953.
(P. F. 387).

No. 301.
VACATION LEAVE.
Mr. LLOYD HULL, Dispenser, Medical
Department (Mental Hospital) has been
granted three months' vacation leave
with effect from 1st June, 1953 and
until further notice.
16th June, 1953.
(P. F. 436).

No. 302.
Mr. SAMUEL HALL, Foreman Car-
penter, Public Works Department, has
been granted six months' vacation leave
with effect from 15th June, 1953.
16th June, 1953.
(P. 32/1947.)


No. 303.


EXTENSION OF LEAVE.
With reference to Government Notice
No. 635 of 16th December, 1952, Mrs.
AGNES CORDICE, District Nurse, Medi-
cal Department, has been granted one
month extension of leave on half-pay
with effect from 16th June, 1953.
16th June, 1953.
(P. F. 507).

No. 304.
LEGISLATION.
The following Document is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & O. No. 21.-The Aid to Pioneer
Industries (Canning of Local
Food Products) Order, 1953.
(F. 34/1951).
16th June, 1953.

No. 284.
TREATMENT IN MEDICAL INSTITU-
TIONS IN TRINIDAD.

The following communication receiv-
ed from the Minister of Health and
Local Government, Trinidad & Tobago,
is published for general information
and guidance.
2. The public are asked to co-operate
by adhering to the instructions set out
therein, in order to avoid embarrass-
ment to this Government and delay in
the admission and treatment of patients
in future:-
"The number of patients arriving
from neighboring islands for treat-
ment in the various medical institutions
in this Colony has been increasing with-
in recent months, and there does not
appear to be any settled arrangement
for the admission of these patients to
the institutions.
Patients arrive here in various stages
of illness of one kind or another about
which the Health Department of this
Colony has not been previously inform-
ed. On occasions, the true state of


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196 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JUNE, 1953.-(No. 38).


affairs is known only a week or two
after the patient has been admitted to
the institution on the grounds of
humanity. I
While this Government and the
Health Department are willing to give
every possible assistance in obtaining
treatment for individuals from neigh-
bouring islands in cases where facilities
are not available in the home territory,
it is clear that arrangements for such
admission should be made in a proper
manner.
I suggest that the following system
should be used for all admission to
medical institutions here in future:-t
(a) That all arrangements for admis-
sion be made through the Gov-
ernment of the territory concern-
ed, who should apply to the
Minister of Health, Trinidad and
Tobago.
(b) If it is decided that the patient
may be admitted, the Minister
will so inform the Government
concerned and will arrange with
the Immigration Authorities and
the Health Department in Trini-
dad for the patient's admission
both to the Colony and to the
appropriate institution to be facil-
itated.
(c) That while it is expected that
physicians and surgeons in neigh-
bouring territories will wish to
communicate direct with special.
ist officers in this Colony about
the clinical conditions of patients
to be admitted, it should be
clearly understood that no ar-
rangements are to be made by
these indi vidual physicians or sur-
geons for the admission of any
patient. Requests should he
made only through the Govern-
ment concerned, as in (a) above,
and in sufficient time to enable
proper consideration to be given
to the requests here and adequate
ar-rangemients made.
(d) Requests for admission by indi-
vidual patients or doctors will not
be considered by this Govern-
ment. In cases in which the
proper procelnure for application
is not used, patients arrivingg in
this Colony run the risk of being
returned imnmedi:piily IIv the
Immigration Authorities to their
home territories. On no account
should patients proceed to Trini-
(lad until they have ascertained
that they can he admitted.
(e) All requ~psts for missionn to the
Mental Hrspital should always Ihe
ace rn:'anied by the case history
of the riatient.


(f) All requests for admission should
be accompanied by an undertak-
ing from the Government con-
cerned that the payment of all
fees and expenses (including cost
of repatriation and the expenses
of escorts, if necessary) is guaran-
teed by that Government."
9th June, 1953.
(M. 20/1950).

No. 273.
<, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE
WEST INDIES.

POST OF RESIDENT TUTOR IN THE.
"DEPARTMENT OF EXTRA-MURAL
STUDIES

Applications are invited tor the post
of Resident Tutor in the Department of
Extra-Mural Studies. The Tutor may
be required to serve in any of the Brit-
ish Colonies in the Caribbean.
Salary 750 x 50-900 x 50-
1,100 per annum; point of entry ac-
cording to qualifications and experience.
Child allowance and house allowance are
paid. Superannuation under F.S.S.U.
arrangements.
Applications (six copies) giving full
particulars of qualifications and experi-
ence, names of three referees and earli-
est date available for appointment
should be received 'before June 15th,
by the Secretary,Inter-University Coun-
cil for Higher Education in the:. Clb-
nies, 1 Gordon Square, London, W.C.1,
from whom further particulars may be
obtained."
5th June, 1953.1

No. 274.
POST OF STAFF TUTOR IN INDUSTRIAL
RELATIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF
ci ',-'v. EXTRA-MURAL STUDIES.

Applications are invited for the post
of Staff Tutor in Industrial Relatiorm in
the Department of Extra-Murnl Studies.
Sal;ary 1,200 up to 1.350 per
annum, according to qualifications and
experience; appointment for three
years; pension contribution and ,pns-
a, ps for person appointed and wife and
child!renl up to total number of five-
persons in all, paid to the colo:ny:and to
country of origin on completion of
certract. Practirl expeoriencr of Prit-
ish Trade U n i on org:ain :tiioi and
educational work an ad\ n t:_'. Work
ron(ires travel thronulhoi.r British
Carilhe;in for 'which cost of travel ae ii(
subsistnc ce allov a:i' es ; Ir- !: id.

















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JUNE, 1953.-(No. .38).


Applications (six copies) giving full
particulars of qualifications and stating
earliest date available for appointment
should be received before June 15th, by
the Secretary, Inter-University Council
for Higher Education in the Colonies, 1
Gordon Square, London W.C.1, from
whom further particulars may be ob-
tained.
5th June, 1953.
(A. 25/1947).

No. 275.
POST. OF SENIOR LECTURER IN
ORTHOPEDICS.

Applications are invited for the post
of Senior Lecturer in Orthopaedics. The
duties of the post will include clinical
work in the University College Hospital
and instruction of students working for
the medical degree of the University of
London. The consolidated salary scale
is 1,300 x 50-1,800. The point of
entry in the scale is determined by
qualifications and experience. Child
allowance is paid. Superannuation is
under F.S.S.U. arrangements. Unfurn-
ished accommodation is available at a
rent of 5% of basic salary. The success-
ful applicant should take up the post by
the Ist October, 1953. Applications
(twelve copies) giving full particulars of
qualifications and the names of three
referees, should be received before 30th
June 1953, by the Sectetary, Senate
Committee on Higher Education in the
Colonies, Senate Honse. University of
London, London W.C.1, from whom
further particulars may be obtained.
5th June, 1953.
By Command,
A. V. KING.
Government Secretarxy.
GoVEslNMEINT OFFICE,
lI.h Jule. 1%3.


MEDICAL REGISTRATION NOTICE.
The undermentioned person has this
day been registered as a Trained Nurse
and as a Midwife :-

Medical Name. Residence.
District.

I CORDICE, CAR- Kingstown
LITA EIRENE

A. V. KING,
Medical Registrar.
13h Jnne, 1953.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

POST OFFICE NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for the informa-
tion of the general public that the rate
for passages on the Government Mail
Van has been reduced, and as from the
15th day of June, 1953, the following
will be the rates chargeable:-
$1.00 for a passage from Kingstown to-
any place north of Bridgetown
and 50 cents to any place south of
Bridgetown.
$1.00 for a passage to Kingstown from
any place north of Bridgetown
and 50 cents from any place south
of Bridgetown.
McD. SMITH,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
8th June, 1953.

STAMP ORDINANCE, CAP. 195.

ATTENTION OF ALL WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN is hereby invited to the Stamp
(Amendment) Ordinance 1952, No 6 of
1952, which was assented to by His
Excellency the Governor on 22nd Jan-
uary, 1952.
2. The Ordinance above referred to,
and its Schedule require all "Receipts
including Cash Bills for goods purchased
at Stores, Shops or elsewhere" for $5 and
over to be stumped with an adhesive
stamp to the value set forth in the said
Schedule
3. Every person, who being required
under this Ord.inance. to sitmp any
Receipt or Cash Bill as aforesaid neg-
lects or refuses to do so in the manner-
provided, shall forfeit a penalty not ex-
ceeding Forty-eight Dollars ($48).
A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.
26th May, 1953.

ENTERTAINMENT TAX NOTICE.

To all whom it may concern Notice is
hereby given that applications for re-
mission by the Governor in Council of
the whole or any part of any fees and
taxes payable under the Entertainments.
Tax Ordinance No. 43 of 1947, as am-
ended by Ordinance No. 21 of 1951,
MUST BE IN THE HANDS OF THE COL-
ONIAL TREASURER NOT LATER THAN
ONE FORTNIGHT PRIOR TO THE DATE
OF THE ENTERTAINMENTS in respect
of which the applications are made.


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198. SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY. 16 JUNE, 1953.-(No. 38).


2. F;iilure to comply with this re-
quirement of a fortnight before tlh date
of each entertainment will Iorleit any
claim to submission for consideration
by the Governor in (Jiuncil, and tiie
fees and taxes will be due and payable
as if the application had not in fact
been made.
A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.
28th April, 1953.
(F. 15/1948).

REGISTRATION OF WAR DAMAGE IN
GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC &
WESTERN BERLIN).

Information has been received from
Germany concerning facilities which
are now available th.eare for registering
particulars of war dtnnige suffered up I
to 31st July, 1945.
All persons resident in the Colony
who have an interest in property situ-


;ted in the Federal German Republic or
Western Berlin are asked to communi-
cate with me in order that they may
take the necessary steps to protect their
interests.
Dated this 26th day of May, 1953.
D. F. JOHNSON,
Custodian of Enemy Property.

CONTROL NOTICE.

TRADE WITH JAPAN.
Importers and Agents are hereby
notified that quotas have been establish-
ed for the importa:tion of Japaiese
action piece ;ind rayon niece goods and
applications for Import Licences are
being received.
Dated this 23rd day of May, 1953.


A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplies.


26th May, 1953.
(T. 27/1947).


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE 1948.

It is hereby notified for general information that the Quarterly Licensing
Sessions will be held in the undermentioned Parish for the purpose of hear-
ing applications from applicants for the granting of certificates in accordance
with the Liquor Licence Ordinance, ]948, at the time and place hereunder:-


Parish.


Grenadines


Time and Place of Session.
... At the Court House, Clifton, Union
Island on Tuesday, 30th June,
1953. at 10 o'clock in the fore-
noon.


G. C. H. THOMAS,
Magistrate.


PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.

Parish. Name of Applicant. Occupation. Residence. Pemises


Grenadines Conrad Adams Shopkeeper Clifton, U.I. Clifton, U.I.
Augustus Mitchell ,, Ashton, U.I. Ashton. U.I.


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 day fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Session.
G. C. H. THOMAS.
Magistrate.
MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
CLIFTON,
UNION ISLAND,
30th May, 1953.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JUNE, 1953.-(No 38).


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE 1948.

It is hereby notified for general information that the Quarterly Licensing
.Sessions will be held in the undermentioned Parishes for the purpose of bear-
ing applications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the granting of
certificates in accordance with the Liquor Licence Ordinance, 1948, at the times
and places hereunder :-
Parish. Time and Place of Session.
St. George & St. Andrew ... At the Court House, Kingstown, on W'Td
nesday, 17th June, 1958, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon.
Charlotte ... At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Friday, 19th June, 1963, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon.
St. David ... At the Court House, Chateaubelair, on
Monday, 15th June, 1952, 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, 10th June, 1953,
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 day fixed for the holding
of the Licensing Session.
E. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.
PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.

Parish. Name of Applicant. Occupation. evidence. Situation of
SPremises.


St. George &
St. Andrew


















*Oharlotte




St. Patrick

'St. David


Victor Jackson
Kathleen
Sherman

Joseph Murphy
Olive Samuel

Magderlin
Browne
Fitzroy Hinds

Donald Simmons
S. G. DeFreitas
Virginia Russell
Gladstone Woods

Frederick
Gonsalves
Henry Hazell

Bentley Chewitt

Daniel Brewster
Elijah James
John Cordice
Eugene Ashton

Martin Samuel


Shopkeeper
Boarding-
House
Proprietress
Shopkeeper
,I



Merchant

Proprietor
Merchant
Shopkeeper
Speculator

Merchant

Shopkeeper

Shopkeeper


Sion Hill Sion Hill


Kingstown


do
Evesham
Vale
Carrierre

Richmond
Hill
Arnos Vale
Villa
Kingstown
Richland
Park
Kingstown

Mesopotamia

South
Rivers

Byera Hill
Caratal
Spring
Village
Troumaca


Kingstown Park

Kingstown
Evesham
Vale
Carrierre

Kingstown

Arnos Vale
Indian Bay
Kingstown
Richland Park

Kingstown

Mesopotamia

South Rivers


Byera Hill
Georgetown
Spring Village

Troumaca


E. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.


MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
12th May, 1953.


m T Ts o mNmiT PR NMt, AT T aovanmmE smmT e ams,
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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1953, No. 21.



AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (CANNING OF LOCAL
FOOD PRODUCTS) ORDER.

(Gazetted .16th June, 1953).

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Canning of Local Food Products) Order, 1953.

2. Declaration. The establishment, maintenance and operation in the
Colony of plant for the canning of locally grown peanuts and other local food
products is hereby declared to be a pioneer industry for the purposes of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952, and locally grown peanuts and other food
products so canned are hereby declared to be pioneer products for the said
purposes.

Made by the Governor in Couneil under section 3 (1) of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, 1952 (No. 5 of 1952) this 12th day of June, 1953.
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.

(F. 34/1951).

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


[ Price 4 cents. ]


1953.




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