Vol.. 88.] ,\AINT VINCENT. TUESDAY. L FEBRUARY. 1955.
VISIT OF HER ROYAL HIGHNESS
The following text of a telegrami
which His Excellency the Govern,r of
the Windward Islminds has asked His
Excellence the Governor of Trinidad
and To:iago to convey to Her Royal
Highness the Princess MARGARICT oni
her arrival in Trinidad is published for
general in lformatio :-
"On behalf of the (nV'eriinments and
peoples of the Windward Islands I
extend to young Royal Hiuhness ia
sincere and loyal wlecomne to the
Caribbean. It is our hope that
your visit will jo)ii us even more
strongly to the CGrown and that you
will enjoy every minute of your
stay in tihn West Indies. "
!st Fehriuarv, 1955.
Barrouallie Town Board.
ROBERT SLATER, Esq.
Calliaqua Town Board.
Revd. Fr. FRANCIS E. OGDEN.
Chateau!elair T'own Board.
OWEN STEPHENS, Esq.
Georgetown Town Board.
ROBERT STAY, Esq.
Layou Town Board.
EDWARD P. FRASER. Esq.
Port Elizabeth Town Board.
FLORIST A. SIMMONS, Esq.
Jltirriiaqur, Village Council.
ALONZA 1). DRAYTON, Esq.
Tronmarc' Village Council.
LE3)NARD A. PROVIDENCE, Esq.
1st Februar y, 1955.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL OF
THE WEST INDIES.
Apiplicati,,s ar invited for the post
--- !of senor Regisirar in the D.pnlitment
of Dienstic l;idiolo.,x at the above-
No. 34. named teach intg' hospital which i-i in
LOCAL AUTHORI TIES. sp, eial relations ip with the University
of Lonil nn. Preference wiill) e i.'ive to
With reference to Gov,'-nment Notice can.ii(d;tes hoiding :ia diplomia in idiag-
N'o. 627 of 31st D cember 1954, the nostic raditoln,.
following" persons have )een elected The -ippolinmii]t \will be fr one year
Chairmen or the v iions local authorities it the fi'-t insltah st1)ubject to VeneI al.
mentioned hereuindr for thie vyeu Sa:tlav will I iln the scale 1.000 x 100
1955:- 1-- l.400 p!r mnnum, dependinT on
Pubtklud bij -Attthortit.
30 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 1 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 7).
experience and qualifications. Single
accommodation and board or a limited
number of unfurnished flats for un-
married or married Officers, are pro-
vided ata deduction of 125 per annum
oIr 5% of salary, respectively. Return
first class passage by seawill I:>- p.idl for
onle person only.
Further infornialioii may l)e obtaitdii
from the Hospital Mlanager :and Secre-
tary, University Coll ege Hospiial, Mona
P.O. Jamaica, B.W.I., to whom applica-
tions stating age, nationality and details
of qualifications and experience, to-
gether with three recent testimonials or
the names and addresses of three ref-
erees and including the approximate
date on which the candidate could be-
come available, should be sent vb the
28th of February, 1955.
1st February. 1955.
VACANCY FOR ASSISTANT ATTORNEY
GENERAL, BRITISH HONDURAS.
officer and his family, not exceeding
four persons in all. Leave with full
salary is at the rate of five days for each
completed month of resident service,
with a maximum of 180 days. The
length of a tour is 2 to 3 years.
Free passages of leave are provided for
the ollicer aind his \vife, subject to the
provision of funds annually by the Leg-
islative Assembly. When travelling on
duty a subsistence allowance of $2.50
a day for the first six days, $2.00 a (lay
after the first six days, and $1.75 a day
after the first thirty days, is paid.
7. Free quarters are not provided.
But, if Government quarters are allocat-
ed to the officer, rental is payable at the
rate of 71% of salary and the basic heavy
furniture is provided at an annual rental
of 6% of its total value.
8. Income Tax is payable in accord-
ance with local legislation.
9. Applications, containing full par-
ticulars, should l,e addressed to the
Colonial Secretary. Belize. British Hon-
duras, to reach him as soon as possible
and in any event nrot later than the
Applications are invited for the post 28th February, 1955.
of Assistant Attorney General, British 1st February, 1955.
Hondu ras, which will fall vacant about
the middle of 19,5.
2. The duties of the post are:- N
2 Th d esf e post e CLAIMS ON PROPERTY IN ENEMY
(1) To prosecutei for thie Crown in TERRITORY.
the Courts of the Colony and
to appear for the Government The following Orders in Council have
in civil proceedings; been received in the Colony and are
(2) To act as legal adviser to Gov- available for inspection at the Govern-
ernment, as directed by the mnent Office by persons interested :-
Attorney General ;
(3) To dr;,ft or assist in drafting THE FOREIGN COMPENSATION (HUN-
the laws of the Colony ; GARY) (REGISTRATION) ORDER,
(4) To perform any other duty and 1954 (S.I. 1954 No. 219)
render any further assistance THE FOREIGN COMPENSATION (ROUM-
to the Attorney General as may ANIA) (REGISTRATION) ORDER,
lie dire.ct'di. 1954 (S.I. 1954 No. 221.
3. The qualifications required, are
those of a Biarrister-at-Law with at least TIE FOREIGN COMPENSATION (BUL-
four years' practical experien ce. GARIA) (REGISTRATION) ORDER,
4. The post is on the permanent and 1954 (S.I. 1954 No. 220).
pensionable establishment and carrit s a The purpose of these Orders in Coun-
salary in the scale of $3,120 x 120- cil is to enable the Foreign Compensa-
3,600 x 150-3,900 E. B. $4,050 x 150- tion Commission to receive applications
4,200. ($4 1.H. = 1 Sterling). The to register details concerning claims
point of entry to the scale will depend I relating to nationalization or expropria-
on the qualifications and experience of tion of British property, or interests in
the successful candidate. property, in Hungary, Roumania, or
5. Except in the case of officers con- Bulgaria.
firmed in their appointments with other The Foreign Compensation Corn-
Government, the appointment will be mission already have the names and
on probation for two years in the first addresses of a number of persons who
instance. The successful candidate will have written to the Foreign Office, and
be required to produce a medical certi- application forms will be sent to them
ficate of fitness, an d will be subject to at those addresses. If. owing to changes
Colonial Regulations and to local Gen-I of address, the application forms are not
eral Orders, received within a short time, those
6. Free Passages will be provided on applicantsshonld write to the Secretary,
first appointment and on leave for thel Foreicn Compensation Commission, 1,
,.. I I-IT
SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 1 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 7). 31
Princes Gate, London, S.W. 7, giving Holidsys. all Public Offices will be
their names and addresses and stating closed on those days.
under which Order in Council they 25th Januaiv, 1955.
wish to apply for registration. Other (A. 11/1950).
persons who wish to apply should write
direct to the Secretary. Foreign Conk- By Comrnand!,
pensation (Joil ilissiol .
It is emphasized that no assurance
can be given that in application, or the
registration of a claim under the above-
mentioned Orders, will necessirilv be
followed by negotiationby Her Majesty's
Government in respect of that claim
with any foreign Governnmeiit, or' that
any compensation will be obtained. If,
in due course, i eg,,tiations are under-
taken concerning these or any other
categories of claims with a foreign
Government information contained in
claims registered under these Orders
may be of assistance to Her Majesty's
No application to register other cate-
gories of claims in respect of these
countries should be sent to the Foreign
Compensation Commission. Arr;ange-
ments ('or obtaining information about
claims against the countries concerned,
which are not within the scope of the
present Orders, will be announced later
by the appropriate Department of Her
25th January, 1955.
Thi e under-mentioned Ordinance
which has been assented to by His Ex-
cellency the Governor is published for
general information with this issue
of the Gazette :-
No. 45 of 1954.-Ani Ordinance to
encourage the extension aind de-
velopment of Hotels in the Col-
ony by granting relief from taxa-
tion in certain circumstances.
1st February. 1955.
The following Documnent is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 7.-The Pensionable
Offices (No. 2) Order, 1955.
1st February, 1955.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Tuesday the 8th and Wednesday, the 9th
days of F.bruary, 1955, being Bank
A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.
1st February, 1 955.
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
PURCHASE OF PRIVATE CARS AND
COMMERCIAL VEHICLES FROM
It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that there exists an allocation
of dollars for the purchase of private
cars and commercial vehicles from dol-
It is to be clearly understood that the
allocation has been allowed in order to
meet cases where essential need can be
proved and the following conditions
will be taken into account in assessing
the eligibility of applicantss for licences
to import these vehicles :-
(i) the purchase of a United States
North American Vehicle is essen-
tial and no reasonable subhstitlute
can lie found inl the dol lhr world;
(ii) the cars are made available only
to users whose business or pnb-
lic duties involve long distance
travel over up-country roads ;
(iii) the iiirchlaers can establish that
they have a genuine need for this
type of car for purpose of impor-
tance to the territory ;
(iv) no resale is allowed except to a
user who would qualify under
the same conditions as the origi-
C. R. WILLIAMS,
for Controller of Supplies.
26th January, 1955.
IMPORT CONTROL NOTICE (No. 1
WORLD OPEN GENERAL LICENCE
IN RESPECT OF CERTAIN
\Vith reference to the World Open
General Licence issued pntsuant to
32 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 1 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 7).
Section 5 of the Imports and Exports 2. For this purpose, Ronmanian assets
Control Regulations, 1939. dated the held in the United Kindon, and in the
9th day o Febl ruary 1954, th" Schedule Colonial territories -\ill lI. d(ailt v ith
is hereby amended vby deleting all the a sasiinle fun also will the Bulga-
it ems h'-rein and sibstiluting therefore ri;i. and Hing., 'ian assets. Eligible
the following :- claims will be met fih ow each ol ihe
1. Newsprin three funds at di vilends which will be
2. Kraft Paper the same in the Colonial territories as
3. Fish (Dried, smoked, pickled, in the Uniied Kingdom.
salted and canned) 3. Persons who are citizens of' the
4. Onions United Kingdom and Colcnies or Brit-
5. Potatoes ish Protected Persions. now rsidivg in
6. Anirnal Feeding Stuffs this Colony. who tmay have any claims
7. cheesee similar to those which may be accepted
8. Milk, ow dered and canned under the above Trvmsury Dii cti on-.
9. Split Peas are required to foi waid srclh 1.;'ms to
10. Meat nie not later than the 21st January
11. Sulphate of Amonia 1955 under the Roumanion Directicnhs
12. Lnmiber and Wood Products. and the 28th Febr-uaary1 1955 under the
2. The following items will be ac- Bnlgarian and linngarian Directions. If
cep)ted as coming kinder the classification any such claims are -eceived, Dit sections
of 'Wood Products". and consequently similar to those issnod in the United
will need no licences for their import- Kingdom will be issued for the prv-pose
Shingles; Laths ; Box Shooks; Staves; of dealing with such claims.
Headings and barrel shonks: Soft- 4. Where Bonds of the types specified
wood and Hardwood Plywood; in Part T of the First qobhedulle to the
Mouldings inid ti immings of wood. United Kingdom Direetions are held by
Dated this L5th day of January, 1955. a citizen of the United Kingdom and
Colonies or a British Prot, eted Person
R:. R. WILLIAMS, now rreidini in this Colonv hit who
.r Conttrolier Qf Supplies. was a -esident of the United Kingdom
(N.B. The effect of the above Noti!e is on the 28tlh July 1952. such person will
that the above listed items are permitted to be he able to make a claim to the United
imported under World Open General Licence Kinodom Administrator und r Section
and no specific licence is now necessary forthe 5 (2) of the Unitped Kinedom Directions
importation into this Colony of these commo-
dities from a,n source). and sh onlI ipltly iroct to the United
Kingdom Administrator fcr the appro-
POST OFFICE NOTICE. private form. This applies to the Bulga-
rian and -Hnn,,arian Directions as well
S. .. as to the Roumanian Directions.
Lt Iis tLere y notiufil lor general in-
forniation i I a i the contract vessel
Mircelle S." will leave King '-own on
llonday, 7th F,'ebruary, 195.3, on its
usual runim to thI Grenadints and will
return the ,ame evening. due to the 8th
February, being a Bank Holiday.
General Post Offieo.
St. Vincent. B.W.I..
24th January, 1954.
DISTRIBUTION OF ROUMANIAN.
BULGARIAN AND HUNGARIAN ASSETS.
NOTICE is hi-ley given fihat Direc-
tions have bhen is,,ed by Her Majesty's
Treasury in th- United Kin.gdol for
the distrihntion of Ronmanian. Bul-
garian and Hliuniar'ian asset- a:m.ong
citizen- of the United Kingdom antd
Colonies and British Protected IPersons
who have certain clAiis against the
Governments or Nationls of thbo-e
DUDLEY F. JOHNSON.
Cus.todia*n of Enemy Property.
25th January. 1955.
GOVERNMENT COTTON GINNERY
PURCHASE OF SEA ISLAND COTTON
The advance to be paid by the Gov-
ernment Cotton Ginnery on Sea Island
Seed Cot on purchased on the Co-opera-
tive System for the Crop 1954/55 has
been fixed as follows:-
White ... 22c. per lb.
2nd White ... Sc .. ,.
Stained ... 3c. ,, ,.
G. P. DOUGAN,
15th January, 1955.
SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 1 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 7). 33
LAND- AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE.
NOTICE is hereby given th; t llin underioentioned l erFons have become (efaulters
under the "Land and IHouse Tax Ordinance ". Their properties having been levied
upon, vill be ,fferpd for saln at 1.00 o'clock noon, on Saturday, 26th February, 1955,
at the Trieasury, Kingstown for the recovery ,f Taxes due.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial Treasurer.
26th January, 1955.
No. Name of Owners,
1 Adams. Violet
Agard, .1 a ie.s
3 Alexander, Urias Albertine
4 Bascombe, Loretta
5 Benjamin, Margaret
6 Bradahaw, Vernon,
7 Charles, Abraham
8 ,, Hamilton,
9 Clarke, C'harles
10 Dirk, Cephas
11 Daniel, Robertha
12 George, Allan
13 Hug(gii s Hrs. Foster I).
14 Lockhart, Rupert
15 McDonald, Veronica
16 M atthias,I Harry J.
17 McDowall, John
18 McHardy, lPobert
19 Mayers, Charles
20 it )live
21 Morgan, James
22 Paul, Ezekiel
23 Power, James
24 Reece, Albert
25 Richards, James A.
26 Ross, Thaddeus
27 Scipio, James
28 Simons, Amos
29 ,, Horatio
30 Trotman, Lilian
31 Williams, Dulcina
32 Wright, Mary
33 Wyllie, Elmore
2 ac. 0 rds. 24 ps.
i rd. 29 ps.
I hcuse spot
5 acin s
1 house spot
1 house spot
5 acs. 2 rds. 30 ps.
I house spot
2 rds. 21 ps.
92 acs. 0 rds. 29 ps,
4. as. 3 rds. 37 ps.
3 acs. 1 rds. 20 ps.
1 house spot
1 house spot
I house, I spot
1 acre 1 rd. 8 ps.
1 house spot
I house spot
2 acres 0 rds. 17 ps.
70 acs. 3 rds. 37 ps.
I house spot
I house spot
1 acre 1 rd. 15 ps.
2 rds. 15 ps.
3 acs. 3 rds. 24 ps.
LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become de-
faulters under the Lai d and House Tax Ordinanfe, ihei. properties having been
levied upon, will be offered for sale at 1.00 p.m. on Saturday. 191h February, 1955,
at the Treasury, Kingstown for the recovery of taxes due.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial Treasurer.
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I
24th January, 1955.
34 SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 1 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 7).
No. Name of Owner
1 Barker, Edmund
2 Bradshaw, James
3 Chandler, John
4 Boatswain, Evada
5 Clarke, Reuben
6 DeFreitas, Imelda
7 Guiley, Frederiik
8 Hlewitt, Sydney
9 Jack, Wallace
10 Lewis, Montgomery
11 Lockhart. Rupert
12 Marshall, Milton
13 Mcfowan, Henry
14 Medford, Frederick
15 Millington, Beatrice
16 Oilivierre, Emanuel
17 Ottley, Charles
18 Richards, George
19 Richardson, Estella
20 Robertson, George A.
21 Sales, Albertha
22 ,, Alvin
23 ,, David Alvin
24 ,, ,, Arthur
25 ,, Ivan
26 Steele, Clarence
27 Williams, Cyril Allan
28 Woodley, McUrias
Situation of Property
1 House Spot
S ,, 1 spot
1 ,, I spot
3 acres, 1 pole
1 ,, I spot"-'
1 House spot
4 acres, 38 poles
1 acre, 3 rds. 33 poles
1 House, 1 spot
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SAINT VINCENT. .<.>
STATUTORY RULES AND (4DE S, 1955
19)'5 No. 7.
PENSIONABLE OFFICES (NO 2) ORD
(Gazetted 1st February, 1955.)
1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Pensio-niable Ofmices (Nn. 2)
2. Declaration. The following office in the public Service of the Colony
is hereby declared to be pen sionable office withiin the meining of section 2 (1)
(b) of the Pensions Ordinance, 1948, (No. 16 ot 1948):-
Snrvevingi Draughtsimna. Pn liic Worls Dep-artn nt.
Made bv the (Governor in Council under section 2 (1) (i;) of the Pen.-ions
Ordinance, 1948, (No. 16 of 1948) this 21st day of Jnnuary, 1955.
F. GILBERT THOiMAS,
Ag. Cleril of Executive Council.
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