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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Publication Date: October 13, 1953
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZE TE


Vol.. 86.] SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 13 OCTOBER, 1933. [No. 61.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 503.
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.
Hie Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. ARTHUt"
VINCEBT KING, Acting Assistant Administrator and Establishment Offier, toile
provtiionallyand temporarily a Member of the Executive Council with effect
from 8th Octo-ber, 1953, and'during the period of leave granted to the Honour-
aAble OSMUtNbtRAN-DOLPH KELSICK, D.F.O..
13th October, 1953.
(C. 3611951).

No. 504.
COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX.
APPOINTMENT.
Mr. A. V. KING, Acting Assistant Administrator and Establishment Officer,
has been appointed a Commissioner of Income Tax under the provisions of Sec-
tion 3 of the Incoffi-'TaHOrdinance, 1948, with effect from 2nl October, 1953,
and during the absence on -vacation leave of the Honourable 0. R. KELSICKI
D.F.O.
13th October, 1953.


No. 505.
LEAVE.
The Honoutrabl A. C. CYuus has
been granted one iontlh' ilen, t' f
absence from the L'.is] riv;- C'on, i .
with effect fro n9 h (Otoe ,, 1 i.3.
13th October, 1953.


No. 5( (.
BEQUIA TOWN BOARD.
TVLKCTION OF CHAIRMAN.
The 1-onourable CLIVE L. TANNIS has
been eleclod as Chairman of the Port
Eli-,ah!th Town Boaid with effect from
lo 7i h Octl:ier. 195"3.
131th October, 1953.


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324 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 OCTOBER, 1953.-(No. 61).


No. 507.
MATRON, COLONIAL HOSPITAL.
The Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies has selected Miss MAUD LILIAN
WASTELL, Assistant Matron, Tuber-
culosis Division, Health Department,
Trinidad, for transfer in the Colonial
Service to the post of Matron, Colonial
Hospital, St. Vincent.
Miss WASTELL is expected to arrive
in the Colony about the middle of
December next.
13th October, 1953.
(M. 4/1946).


No. 508.
PROMOTIONS.
Mr. T. A. ROBER'Ws, Senior Com-
positor., Government Printing Office, has
been promoted to the post of Govern-
ment Printer with effect from 1st July,
1953.
13th October, 1953.
(P. F. 297).

No. 509.
Mr. N. R. CUMMINGS. Junior Clerk,
has been promoted to a Class I Clerkship
in the General Clerical Service of the
Colony with effect from 1st January,
1953.
13th October, 1953.
(P. F. 104).


No. 510.
APPOINTMENTS.
Mr. METFORD SCOTT has been ap-
pointed as a Class III Clerk in the
General Clerical Service of the Colony
with effect from 1st January, 1951.
13th October, 1953.
(P. F. 640).

No. 511.
MT. JULIAN FRANCIS has been ap-
pointed as Construct ion Foreman, Public
Works Department, with effect from 3rd
July, 1953.
13th October, 1953.
(P. F. 329).

No. 512.
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENTS.
Mr. E. L. Moon as an Assistant
Master, St. Vincent Grammar School,
with effect from 19th September, 1952.
13th October, 1953.
(P. F. 636).


No. 513.
Mr. THEODORE WORRELL as an
Assistant Master, St. Vincent Grammar
School, with effect from 11th September,
1952.
13th October, 1933.
(P. F. 634).

No. 514.
OPENING OF FAIRHALL
PAUPERS' HOME.

It is notified for general information
that the Fairhall Paupe4s' Home will be
opened by His Honour the Admirris-
trator Mr. W. F. COUTTs,C.M.G., M.B.E.,
on Wednesday, 28th October, 1953, at
4.45 p.m.
A cordial invitation is extended to
the general public to attend the Opening
Ceremony.
13th October, 1953.

No. 5-15.
POST OF ASSISTANT MISTRESS,
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL, ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for the post
of Assit:;int Mistress, Girls' Hig'h
School, St. Vincent.
Applicants should be Graduates' of
recognized Universities. and should be
able to teach French or Geography up
to the Higher School Certificate stand-
ard, and Latin and History in the
Junior Forms.
The salary of the post is $1416 x $72-
$1704 x $96-$1992 per annum, the suc-
cessful candidate starting at a point in
the salary scale in keeping with her
experience. The post is pensionable.
Applications should reach the Assis-
tant Administrator and Establishment
Officer not later than 15th December,
1953.
13th October, 1953.
(A. 3711948).

No. 491.
VACANT POST OF LIBRARIAN,
PUBLIC LIBRARY, ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for the vacant
post of Librarian, Public Library, St.
Vincent.
The salary of the post is in the scale
$1368 x $72--$2160 per annum and com-
mencing salary will depend on the-
qualifications and experience of the
officer. No Cost of Living Allowance is
payable.
The officer will be responsible for bhe
running aind organisation of the Public
Library in Kingstown and for the organ-















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 OCTOBER, 1953.-(No. 61). 325


isation and supervision of various branch
libraries throughout the Colony, and
will be required to perform such other
duties connected with Library work as
may from time to time be assigned by
the Administrator.
The officer should possess the Associ-
ateship Certificate of the English
Library Association.
The post is pensionable and any claim
to pension acquired in respect of previ-
ous Colonial Service will be retained.


Frve fizr; class passages are provided
for tilc Oificer. aUIa up to four members
of hii family, namely a total of 5 in all,.
on fist appointment only. No Assieted
Passages are granted on leave.
Applications should be addressed to
the Assistant Administrator and Estab-
lishment Oflicer, Government Office,.
ST. VINCENT, and should reach him
not later than 30th November, 1953. ( [
29th September, 1953.


No. 516.
POLICE NOTICE.
WAR MEDALS.
Will the undermentioned persons who served in the St. Vincent Police
Force between April 1940 and August 1943 please communicate with the
Superintendent of Police at Kingstown so that delivery or collection of the,
War Medal to which they are entitled can be arranged.
John, Frederick John, Matthew Arnold
Bailey, John Walter Browne, Wycliffe Adolphus
John, Daniel Z. Martin, Bovelle Otis
Williams, Jonathan A. Charles, Reynold
Toney, Hubert Adolphus Edward.-, 1)< niston Grisby
Cordice, Bert.ram V. Cockburn, Aginton
Duncan, Pavl Norman E-natace, l1,ilkiah
Priddie, Conrad Browne, Moulton
Browne, Theophilus Popwell, Paul
Herbert, William A. John, Victor
Browne, Abraham A. Sheen, David
Roberts, Charles Alex. Cupid. Daniel
Williams, Charles Arthur, Louis
Layne, Lucas Elwin McGowan, Henry
Fifle, Handell Phillips. Sydney M.
Neverson, Ralph Israel, Egbert
Leach, Edward Conner, Owen Carden
Moore, Geo. FitzG. Wood, St(phen
Jackson, Cecil McI. Daniel, George
Walkinson, William Gabriel, Fordo
Headley, Archibald Israel, Claude
Alexander, Aubyn O'Brien, George
Williams, Daniel Richards, Samuel
Young, David Richard Adams, Sydney
Cato, Clement P. King, Fitzroy
Dennie, James Ambris, David
MeMaster, Louis S. Edwards, Cyril
McLean, Seigfroyl Williams, Napie
Woodley, Agustus Homer, Norman
Home, Everard Charles, John
Bute, Maurice McKay, Donald
Richards, David G. Boyea, Feton
Larrier, Denzil Herton King, Whitfield'
Martin, Samuel Ivan Morain, Joseph
Romeo, David A. Samuel, Punnett
Linton, Calvert F. Cain, Eric
Smith, Geo. Alex. Seaton, Canute
13th October, 1953.
(G 2/1950).

No. 517.
BRITISH WEST INDIES INTER-ISLAND SHIPPING SERVICES.

Plans for improved shipping communications among the territories of ike
British Caribbean have taken an important step forward with the recent issue
by the Regional Econo nic Committee of the British West Indies, British















326 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 OCTOBER, 1943.--(No. 61).


Graiana and British Honduras, of i _Notice inviting proposals by operators for
the establishment of two prescribed services. The Governments, acting through
the Committee, have declared that they are prepared to consider ways and
means of jointly providing some form of financial assistance or guarantee to a
selected private operator or operators of shipping in return for an undertaking
to run these Services, which shall accomnn(odate both passengers and freight.
T-he invitation defines requirements ;s to routes,.range of tonnage, accom-
modation, periods of voyages etc.; specifies cost-of-operation data required for
analysingg offers, and indicates the procedure which will he adopted in deaTing
with applications. Proposals are invited for an initial period of lhree years
beginning 1st January, 1954. The Notice is appearing in LondCon, Montreal
and New York as well as in the West Indibs.
While two separate Services are prescribed-,-it is not essential t-hat both of
them must be undertaken by the same operator. The details of the Services
are as folows:-
Eactern Caribbean
Requiring a vessel of appioxinmtel'y 750 tons deadweight capacity, with
limited refrigeration, and accommodation for 10-20 Cabin and 75 Deck Pas-
sengers. This vessel is to be based on Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, and its schedule
will be to Grenada, St. Vincent, Barbados, St. Lucia, Dominica, M(iktscriat,
Antigua. St. Kitts, returning to Port-of-Spain by calls on the same route. The
vessel is to have a speed enabling the circuit to be completed in approxi-
mately 15 days.
NorthiSouth Caribbean
Requiring a vessel of approXimately 1,2;0 tons of deaoweight capacity with
refrigeration, and accommodation for 28(-5() (abin and 100 Deck Passengers.
This vessel is to be based on Kingstton, Jamaica, alid its schedule will be to
Antigua, St. Lucia, Barbados, Grenaia, Trinib d, British Guian returning to
Kingston by calls on the same route. This Service nmay be extended to other
ports of call where inducemnInt offers. The vessel is to have a speed enabling
the circuit to be completed in appro.xiutately 35 uays.
Applicants will be free to vary to a reasonable extent, either way, the pres-
cribed size or character of the vessels) in order to take advantage of favourable
offerings in the charter market. At the same time, vessels must conform to the
requirements of the Imperial Merchant Shipping Act and amendments as re-
gards Passeager accommodation, life saving appliances and navigation equip-
ment. As regards refrigeration, particulars of temperature control system and
cubic capacity should be furnished.
Charter hire or remuneration to owners of vessels employed in the Services
shall be paid in sterling, since: Freight and Passenger receipts will be earned
mainly in sterling and any: residual financial assistance pid, in .t'h4t currency.
The Notice indicates pertaindaaptors to which special- impprtaice -wi.J be
attached. Other faphors beitg! 4e4pj. importance will be gi pn to a, relatively
high ratio of Cabin and Deckl,4asenger accommodt4qn,:,to Freigjit caygqity.
Proposals which contemplate utiluiing West Indian crews wilU alsqbe preo;epred.
The submission of a4plictiots relate to the first stage Qf.b4e prQcedSire.
Proposals are required to includ,esiiimates of annual cost. of operation Eqbrac-
ing charter hire, btak:irs, ship',., company and victualling, administrative
expenses, repairs, nimautenapce aqid,:epreciation. None of these.estimatei-jF to
be binding on applicants, ior are theGovernmenits bound to sqleetthe 1-owps~ or
any, estimate for further, negotiations. The Governments in this.iintial stpge
wish to observe the under.ly.jng. pripciple of competition. by. tender; tndi-lhe
estimates are required as qpe of the factors influencing the selection of parties
with whom further mngotiations tipay be conducted, and to assist the Govern-
ments to get a closer view of the order of subsidy or guarantee cnnmitmEfnts
which may be involved in the scheme.
The later phase of. .iegpptiations with a selected applicant or applicants, will
comprise binding specifications of operating costs with escalator clauses as rmay
be appropriate; forecasts of gross and net Freight and Passenter proceed s;
and determination of a guarantee formula, with or without im el(rnent of tjisk
remuneration, as may be mutually-; :i 1 etwen the contracting parties.
Proposals should be submitted in writing by 10th Novemiber to the F .j1,n
tive Secretary, .Regioial 1 economic. Coinmitlee, Barbados.. I,. is .undfpstood
that proposals will be considered by the Regional Economic Committfe at its
next meeting by the end of Novemnber, after' wich suhmissien will lie made to
the partieipatii g Governments.
13th October, 1953.
















SAINT., VINCENT, TUESDAY. 13 OCTOBER, 1953.-(No.: 61)'. 327


No. 518.
REGIONAL ECONOMIC COMMITTEE.

NOTICE INVITING' PO0PO8ALS.

BRIZSH OARIBBBAN SEA COMMUNICATIONS.

1. A number of Governments in the British Caribbean Area, acting Lin
association through the Secretariat of the Regional Economic Committee of the
British West Indies, British Guiana and British Honduras, located at Hastings
House, Barbados, B. W. I., wish to formulate a scheme for the improvement of
sea communications between their respective territories. For this purpose they
are prepared to consider ways and means of jointly providing some form of
financial assistance or guarantee to a selectediprivate enterprise or enterprises in
the field of sea transport in return for an undertaking to operate prescribed
services.
2. Two services are required- 1
A. Eastern Service.
A vessel ot approximately 7.30 tons deadweight capacity with limited
refrigeration, and accommodation for 10-20 Cabin and 75 Deck
Passengers.
This vessel tq be based on Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, B.'W. I.gand to
ply oi the foMowing circuit:-
Trinidad Grenada St. Vincent
Barbados St. Lucia Dominica
Montserrat Antigua -7 St. Kitts
Antigua Montserrat Dominica
St. Lucia Barbados St. Vincent
Grenada Trinidad.
The vessel to have a speed enabling the entire circuit tolbe completed lin
approximately 15 days.
B. NorthlSouth 8ervice.I
A vessel of approximately 1,250 tons deadweight capacity with re-
frigeration and accommodation for 20-50 Cabin and 100 Deck Passengers.
This vessel to be based on Kingston, Jamaica, B. W. I. and to ply on
the following circuit:-
Jamaica Antigua St. Lucia
Barbados Grenada Trinidad
British Guiana Trinidad Grenada
Barbados St. Lucia Antigua
Jamaica, or other ports of call where inducement offers.
The vessel to have a speed enabling the entire circuit to be completed in
approximately 35 days.
It is not a condition of the present Notice that both the Services above-
mentioned will have to be undertaken by one and the same enterprise.
3. Freight and Passenger proceeds fiom the operation of the prescribed
Services will be earned. mainly in Sterling, and any residual financial assistance
will be paid in Sterling. It will be necessary therefore that payment for vessels
employed for the Services shall be in Sterling. The vessels must conform to
requirements of the Imperial Merchant Shipping Act (1894) and amendments
thereto, as regards passenger accommodation, life saving appliances and navi-
gation equipment. As to refrigeration of vessels undertaking either service,
particulars of temperature control system and cbnic capacity should be
furnished."
4. Although the process of negotiating contracts to provide these Services
will at a later stage have to pass beyond the framework of tender procedure, in
the initial phase the Governments sponsoring the Scheme wish to observe tha
underlying principle of competition by tender. For this purpose proposals are
now invited from interested parties for the operation of either or both of the
Services prescribed for 'in initial, period of three years beginti.inq 1st January,
1954.
5. Proposals submitted should state the name (s) and/or type (s) of vessel
(s) to be put into th-e Service (s), and the estimated annual cost of operation of
the vessel (s) o.fered. Annual cnot of onm-rtion in this enntext is to be defined
















328- SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 OCTOBER. 1953.-(No. 61).


Repairs, Maintenance and Depreciation; Ship's Company Remuneration and
Victualling; Administrative Expenses (to be itemised). Estimated annual costs
under these headings will not be a.jim.c.cna .itment on the applicants, but are
required as one of the factors to govern the selection of parties with whom
further negotiations may be conducted. (The Goveinments do not bind thenm-
selves necessarily to select the lowesi"or any"estimate for further negotiation).
6. The later stage of negotiations with a selected applicant or applicants
will comprise binding specificatiions~d-opoat-ing-ccts (with escalaitr ciufmEs S
appropriate); forecasts of gross and net freight and PaEsergr piec Eds ; dete -
mination of A guarantee formula with or without an element of risk ren-unera-
tion as may be mutually agreed between the contracting part s.
7. In submitting an outline of proposals in the terms of the fifth pairglaph
of this Notice applicants will be free to vary to a reasonable extent either up or
down the size and characteristics of the vessel (s) indicated in paragraph 2 in
order to take advantage of the best current offerings in the charter market.
Other things being equal, in adjudging propo:is., yarticula, in, cllar(e % ill bt.
given to the question of Cabin and Deck Passenger acconrndatior., ard pro-
posals which offer a relatively high jatio of Faisej;ger to Freight capacity %ill]
be especially welcome. Proposals which contenrpnte ntilihii g N\ cst Ir dian
crew will also be preferred.
8. Proposals should be submitted in i itirg not ]i.tr 11n il t 1Oi cn.re .r.-
1955, to the Executive Secretaiy. Regiriiv1 cF( onlmic cn C riite ol tl Pi )iti
West Indies, British Guiana and British Hondiuras, Iastings House, Earl-ad.I-,
B. W. I., from whom any further information required may also be obtained.
13th October, 1953.


No. 485.
BRITISH COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIPS,
1954/55
1. These scholarships are intended
normally to enable men and women who
are graduates or of similar status to c:n ry
out advanced study or rese;~ch in the
United Kingdom.
2. The duration is normally of 10
months though in special cases it may
be of two academic fears or 22 months.
A full scholarship provides for payment
of fees, fares, maintenance and a book
grant. 1; ..
3. Only three scholarships have been
allotted to the fthole of the British West
Indies. The standard is therefore high.
4. Further information may be obtain-
ed from the Assist'mt Administrator andi
Establishment Officer, Go vernmnent
Office, to whom completed application
forms with all supporting documents
shioild be submitted before 31st October,
19513.
29th September, 1953.
By Command,
A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
13th October. 1953.

DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

INLAND REVENUE NOTICE.

Th- attention of all persons proposing
to leave tho Colony and of Aircraft aind
S ip i' : .\ ; -l:'ies i.4 h eli 'by drawn to,


Rule 2 of S.R. & 0. 1953, No. 26, In-
come Tax (Evasion of Tax Payment)
(Prevention) Rules, which forbids any
person to issue or cause to be issued any
ticket entitling any person to leave the
Colony unless such person has in his
possession an Exit Certificate.
Any person who fails to comply with
the above commits an offence against
the Income Tax Ordinance and is liable
under Section 68 of the Ordinance on
summary conviction before a Magis-
trate to a fine not exceeding four hun-
dred and eighty dollars, and in default
of payment to imprisonment, with or
without hard labour, for any term not
exceeding six months.
F. E. WILLIAMS,
Income Tax Oficer.
6th October, 1953.
(A 24/1951 II).


SUPREME COURT NOTICES.

NocICa is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will' be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CR-IMINAL causes on
Monday the 2nd day of November, 1953,
commencing at 11.00 o'clock in the
forenoon.
All parties concerned, also such per-
sons as are bound over by recognizance
to prosecute or give evidence, or sum-
moned as jurors or witnesses are corn
handed to give their personal attendance.
8th October, 195r3.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 OCTOBER. 19.73.-(No. 61). 229


NOTrce is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown.
for the trial of CIVIL causes in the
Summary and Original Jurisdictions of
the Court on Monday, the 2nd day of
November, 1958, commencing at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
Sth October, 1953.


NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the hearing of APPEALS FROM
MAGISTRATES on Monday, the 2nd
day of November, 1958, commencing at
11.CO o'clock in the forenoon.
..... D. ELSON WEEKS,
Deputy Registrar.
REGISTRARS OFPleE,
KINGSTOWN,
8th October, 1953.


NOTICE.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.

Vacancies exist for two capable and
experienced motor drivers. Commenc-
ing salary will depend on qualifications,
but it must be understood that the per-
sons appointed will be enlisted as police-
men and will be liable to perform all
the duties of a policeman. Apply at
once to Superintendent of Police.

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

21st September, 1953.
(J. 211953)


POST OFFICE NOTICE

It is hereby notified for thie informa-
tion of the general public that the latest
dateson which mails from overseas con-
taining correspondence etc. in-tended for
delvery in the United Kingdom by
Christmas Day must arrive there are as-
follows:-
Surface Mails. December.
Parcels .. 10
Packets ... 13
Letters ... 18
Air Mails.
Parcels ... 18
Packets ... 18
Letters ... 20
McD. SMITH,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
St. Vincent,
8th October, 1953.


ARROWROOT BOARD NOTICE.

The values of the respective Grades-
of Arrowroot and the proportions of
such values to be advanced by the Saint
Vincent Co-operative Arrowroot Asso-
ciation have been fixed by the Arrow-
root Board as under-L-




I. o,.g '11 C.

1 1,0.00 5.00 ] 8.00
2 9.00 4.50 7.'2)
3 8.00 4.0)0 6.40
4 7.00 :ViO f(O


C. V. BABER


ISAACS,
,Sei'qC/'r'' .


6th October, 1953.


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