SSAINT VublislDAY DECEMBER, 1970. [o. t rit.
VoL. 103.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 DECEMBER, 1970. [No. 72.
Approval has been given for the fol-
lowing appointments with effect from
4th June, 1970:-
(a) Mrs. STACEY McKIE, Senior
Health Nurse, as Health Nursing
Superintendent, Medical Depart-
ment, Ministry for Education
(b) Miss ELEISE JOHN, Junior Health
Nurse, as Senior Health Nurse
Medical Department, Ministry for
Education and Health.
22nd December, 1970.
The following persons who had
made payments to the Central Hous-
ing and Planning Authority with
regard to lands in the Arnos Vale
HoQusing and Industrial Scheme are
requested to call at the office of the
Ministry of Housing, Local Govern-
ment and Community Development
as soon as nosible and not later than
31st December, 1970:
1. Leon Charles
2. Myrtle Cupid
3. Gloria Cambridge
4. Archie Duncan
5. Henry G:ynes
6. Theophilus Huggins
7. Alvin John
8. Bruce Lewis
9. Josiah Lewis
10. Lorna Richards
11. Dennis Rose
12. Conrad Spence
13. James Stapleton.
2. They should bring with them any
receipts issued to them by the Central
Housing and Planning Authority with
regard to the payments referred to.
14th Deember, 1970.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR PROPOSED POST OF'
CHIEF, HEALTH SECTION COMMON-
WEALTH CARIBBEAN REGIONAL
Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for the post of
Chief, Health Section of the Common-
wealth Caribbean Regional Secretariat,.
The duties of the post are:
(i) to implement the decisions.
of the Caribbean Health Min-
isters' Conference including'
the co-ordination of any re-
gional projects- decided-
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(ii) to collaborate with other
Regional and International
Bodies operating in the field
of Health in the Caribbean.
(iii) to examine areas for regional
co-operation and to initiate
or promote programmes and
studies designed to improve
Health Services in the Re-
(iv) Servicing of the Caribbean
Health Ministers' Conference
in collaboration with other
Applicants should be persons with
broad experience in Health Adminis-
tration preferably from the Caribbean
Area. An academic qualification in
Public Health is desirable but not
As Chief of the Health Section of
the Commonwealth Caribbean Regional
Secretariat, the successful candidate
will be responsible to the Secretary-
'General for the efficient performance
of the duties set out above.
'Salary and Allowances
The salary of the post is $15,000 (G)
per annum with a. Housing Allowance
of $3,000 per annum and a local travel-
ling allowance of $480.00 per annum.
For persons recruited outside Guyana
an initial Disturbance Grant is given
:at the following rates:
$480 for an individual officer;
$400 for a wife;
$200 for each child between the
age 12 18 years
$100 for each child 5 11 years
,General information and conditions
(i) It is proposed that early in
1971, a scheme of Super-
annuation benefits should be
initiated for Members of the
Staff of the Secretariat. In
the meantime it is proposed
that persons should be ap-
pointed to the Secretariat on
contract for a period of 2 -
3 years in the first instance,
or on secondment from Gov-
ernments of Member Terri-
(ii) Appointments will be sub-
ject to physical fitness and
to any rules, regulations,
orders, or instructions which
may from time to time be
instituted in respect of ser-
vice with the Commonwealth
Caribbean Regional Secre-
(iii) Secretariat Staff will be re-
quired to pay income- tax to
the Government of Guyana.
(iv) Passages will be paid from
the pace of recruitment to
Guyana for thlie otficer, his
wile and children up to a
limit of seven (7) passages.
(v) Baggage allowance will also
be paid up to a limit of 5
shipping tons (200 cu. ft.)
Method of Application
Applications should be sent direct
to the Secretary-General, Common-
wealth Caribbean Regional Secretariat,
Third Floor, Bank of Guyana Build-
ing, Georgetown, Guyana and should
reach him not later than 15th Janu-
ary, 1971. Applicants should state the
earliest date at which they would be
able to assume duties.
It is suggested that, where applicants
are employed in the public sector,
they should copy applications to their
Governments. Applications should be
accompanied by a curriculum vitae and
should give the names of two person;
to whom reference may be made, if
22nd December, 1970.
The following Correct Version of
S.R. & 0. No. 51 of 1970 published with
this issue of the Gazette replaces the
version of S.R. & 0. No. 51 published
with the Gazette of 20th October, 1970
winch contained printing errors:
S.R. R- 0. No. 51 -The Fair Hall
Hall Home (Amendment) Rules,
C. IVOR MARTIN,
22nd December, 1970.
The original and duplicate of St.
Vincent Government Receipt Nos.
SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 DECEMBER, 1970.-(No. 72.)
800601 and 800602 issued to the Biabou
Police Station are reported missing.
Members of the public are hereby
warned against accepting from any
person purporting to be an authorised
Revenue Collector the receipts bearing
the said numbers as they are invalid.
A. J. DaSILVA,
16th December, 1970.
NOTI C E
The General Public, and in par-
ticular those persons travelling be-
tween St. Vincent and the Grenadines,
is hereby notified that the Police
Jetty will be out of commission short-
ly as the pier for the Grenadine
Traffic. Arrangements will be made
for there' boat 10 t use thle hI(uling stri e
,of the Deep Water Wharf, for berth-
MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Communications, Works & Labour.
15th December. 1970.
The attention of owners and drivers
'of goods vehicles (T-PLATES) is
-drawn to the undermentioned:-
1. It has been observed that the
above-mentioned types of vehicles
which are engaged in the haulage of
'stones and sand without tail pieces
are creating a hazard to traffic.
2. It is therefore requested for the
-safety of persons and other vehicles
using the road that tail pieces be at-
tached to these vehicles.
3. The Examiner of Motor Vehicles
has been instructed that vehicles oper-
ating as above will not pass the exam-
ination for 1970 1971 unless they
comply with the requirements of para-
R. M. THOMAS,
for Commissioner of Police.
15th December, 1970.
THE ST. VINCENT BANANA
BIABOU DISTRICT BRANCH
All registered growers of the Biabou
District Branch are invited to a meet-
ing of the Branch to be held at the
Biabou Methodist School on Thursday,
28th January, 1971.
2. Minutes of last meeting
3. Matters arising out of the
4. General discussions
5. Other business.
Signed C. A. THOMPSON,
In accordance with Section 6 (3) of
Cap. 184, importers will be required,
as from 4th .January, 1971, to complete
a special form of declaration in respect
of goods of a value exceeding $100
and liable to an ad valorem rate of
The form embodies two certificates
for completion as appropriate:-
To be completed by an importer who
is not an agent, broker, distributor or
concessionaire for the seller nor associ-
ated in business with him.
To be completed by an importer
who is either an agent, broker, distri-
butor or concessionaire for the con-
signor, or is associated in business
Forms will be made available to
importers who may call at the Custom
House for any further information fe-
garding the completion of the new
S. E. JOSHUA,
Collector of Customs & Excise.
18th December, 1970.
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