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Publication Date: March 28, 1961
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SAINT VINCENT



GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


,ublished by Authorif.


VOL. 94.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1961. [No. 16.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES. No. 93.
PRE-RESIGNATION LEAVE,
No. 90. Miss PATRICIA ANTROBUS, Class III
APPOINTENTS. Clerk, Labour Department, has been
OFICIAL ATTESTOR. granted 44 days vacation leave with
effect from 21st March, 1961, prior to
The following person has been ap- resignation from the Service.
pointed as an Official Attestor with 28th March, 1961.
effect from 28th March, 1961. (P.F. 1005.)
The Reverend HAROLD CRADDOCK
STEAD.
28th March, 1961. No. 94.
(179) Foreign Compensation (Egypt) (De-
termination and Registration of
No. 91. Claims).
MARRIAGE OFFICER. With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 171 of 28th April, 1959, it is hereby
The following person has been ap- notified for general information that
pointed as a Marriage Officer with effect an Order in Council entitled "The For-
from 28th March, 1961. eign Compensation (Egypt) (Deter-
The Reverend HAROLD CRADDOCK mination and Registration of Claims)
STEAD. (Amendment) Order, 1960, has been
28th March, 1961. made by Her Majesty the Queen and
(180.) came into operation on 2nd January,
______ 1961.
No. 92. This Order amends the Foreign
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Compensation (Egypt) (Determina-
tion and Registration of Claims)
With reference to Gazette Notice No. Order, 1959 (as previously amended).
29 of 31st January, 1961, Magistrates Its principal purposes are:-
are also ex-officio Justices of the Peace. (i) to enable claims to be estab-
(See. 10 of Cap.12.) lished under Article 4 of the
28th March, 1961. Order in respect of insurance
(144.) undertakings which were liqui-









90 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1961.-(No. 16.)


dated under Articles 24 and 25
of Egyptian Proclamation No.
5 of November 1st, 1956;
(ii) to facilitate the establishment
of other claims under Article 4
of the Order in cases in which
the applicants have been un-
able to obtain formal evidence
of the sale or of the date of sale
of their properties under the
said proclamation.
(iii) to clarify the provisions of Ar-
ticles 4 and 8 of the Order con-
cerning proof of British nation-
ality;
(iv) to make certain changes in the
arrangements regarding the
registration of claims under
Article 6 of the Order.
28th March, 1961.
(729.)

No. 95.
LEGISLATION.

The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette.
S.R. & 0. No. 7.-Proclamation bring-
ing into force the Air Transport
(Licensing of Air Services) Regu-
lations, 1952 (S.R. & O. 1952,
No. 94) on the 28th day of March,
1961.
(J. 36/1948.)
S.R. & 0. No. S.-The Air Transport
W!Licensing of Air Services) Regu-
lations, 1952, S.R. & 0. 1952, No.
94).
(J. 36/1948.)
28th March, 1961.

No. 96.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Central Housing and Planning
Authority "Stoney Ground Cinmna
Scheme" is publis-ied with this issue of
the Gazette.
28th March, 1961.

No. 88.
BANK HOLIDAYS.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Friday the 31st March, 1961 (Good Fri-
day), and Monday 3rd April, 1961 (Easter
Monday), being Bank Holidays, all Pub-
lic Offices will be closed on those days.
21st March, 1961.
By Command,
E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
28th March, 1961.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.


INCOME TAX NOTICE.


TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.


Every person concerned, not being a
Government Officer, is hereby reminded
that the latest date for the submission
of Income Tax Returns for assessment
in the year 1961 is the 31st March, and
that failure to give notice of charge-
ability is an offence against the Income
Tax Ordinance, rendering the person
concerned liable to a fine not exceeding
SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY
DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income
accruing in, derived from the Colony
or elsewhere and whether received in
the Colony or not for the preceding
year, exceeded the statutory limit of
$480.00 is required to submit a return
in the prescribed form notwithstanding
that on account of approved deductions
no tax may eventually be chargeable,
and particular attention is directed to
the fact that the term "income" is
deemed to include not only money but
also allowances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
forms to such persons. It is to be
clearly understood, however, that the
Income Tax Department is under no
obligation to send a return form to any-
one and that a person is not exonerated
from the statutory liability of making
a return even though a form may not
have been received from the Depart-
ment. Forms may be obtained, on ap-
plication, at the Revenue Offices at
Georgetown, Barrouallie, Bequia and
Union Island, or in any other district
from the Police Station situate therein
or from the Income Tax Department,
Kingstown, where any person requiring
information in connection therewith is
invited to enquire.
4. The form correctly completed,
should he accompanied by all necessary
supporting statements. Specimens of
the forms of account required from
small traders and from occupiers or
cultivators of land will be supplied on
request.

A. J. DaSILVA,
Inland Revenue Officer.
Inland Revenue Office,
Kingstown,
29th December, 1960.










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1961.-(No. 16.) 91


GENERAL ELECTIONS 1961.


DESCRIPTIONS OF PULLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.

A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such division and only at the polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH LEEWARD.


Description & Number of Polling Division.

Polling Division No. 1:-Baleine-Rich-
mond Vale-Fitz Hughes-Wallibou-
Devolet.
Polling Division No. 2:-Chateaubelair-
Barracks Town Extension Corer
Bay.
A-J.
Polling Division No. 2a-Chateaubelair,
Barracks, Town Extension, Corner
Bay.
K-Y.
Polling Division No. 3:-Petit Bordel-
Sharpes.
Polling Division No. 4-Rose Bank-
Dark View.
Polling Division No. 5-Troumaca-Bel-
mont-Bell Top.
Polling Division No. 6-Rose Hall.
Polling Division No. 7:-Westwood-
Coulls Hill.
Polling Division No. 8:-Spring Village--
Gordon Yard-Cumberland--Grove-
Cocoa Village, Mangaroo-John Spring.
A-J
Polling Division No. 8a:-Spring Village
-Gordon Yard Cumberland-Grove
Cocoa Village Mangaroo John
Spring.
K-W
Polling Division No. 9:-Barrouallie-
Gabriel Village Bamboo Square -
Keartons-Wallilabou-Bottle & Glass
-Belle Isle.
A-H
Polling Division No. 9a:-Barrouallie-
Gabriel Village Bamboo Square -
Keartons-Wallilabou-Bottle & Glass
-Belle Isle.
I-Y


Location of Polling Station.

Land Settlement Pay Offlce,-Rich-
mond Vale.

Chateaubelair Methodist School.



Chateaubelair Methodist School.



The Doctor's Home, Petit Bordel.

Mr. Theophilus Smith's Residence,
Rose Bank.
Troumaca Government School.

Rose Hall Government School.
Westwood Methodist School.

Spring Village Methodist School.



Spring Village Methodist School.




Friendly Society Hall.




Barrouallie Police Station.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH LEEWARD.


Description & Number of Polling Division.


Location of Polling Station.


Polling Division No. 1:-South Barrou- Barrouallie Anglican School.
allie-Glebe-Reversion-Three Acres
-Peters Hope.
A-J
Polling Division No. la:-South Barrou- Barrouallie Anglican School.
allie--Glebe-Reversion-Three Acres
-Peters Hope.
K-W
Polling Division No. 2:-Rutland Vale- Layou Government School.
Layou Palmiste Rock Hill Mt.
Wynne-Firstland-Leveth.
A-J










92 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2S MARCH, 1961.-(No. 16.)


Description & Number of Polling Division.

Polling Division No. 2a:-Rutland Vale-
Layou Palmiste Rock Hill Mt.
Wynne-Firstland-Leveth.
K-Y
Polling Division No. 3:-Layou.
Polling Division No. 4:-Pembroke-Buc-
cament Bay-Cane Grove.
Polling Division No. 5:-New Peniston-
DuBois-Hope-Twenty Hill.
Polling Division No. 6:-Francois-Ver-
mont Retreat Maloney-Queens-
bury-Old Mountain.
Polling Division No. 6a:-Francois-Ver-
mont Retreat Maloney-Queens-
bury.
Polling Division No. 7:--Clare Valley-
Chauncey Rillan Hill -Big Bush-
Coopers.
Polling Division No. 8:-Questelles.
Polling Division No. 9:-Chauncey.
Polling Division No. 10:-Camden Park
-Carib Village-Cane Wood-Dry Hill.


Location of Polling Station.

Layou Government School.



Layou Police Station.
Cane Grove Cotton House.

Buccament Government School.

Mr. Povel Mattis' Shop-Vermont.


Retreat Dispensary.


Clare Valley Infant School.


Questelles Government School.
Mr. Charles Alexander's Shop.
Camden Park Dispensary.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KINGSTOWN.


Description I& Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1:-Mc Kies Hill-
Paul Over-Buckhorn-Murray Road.
Polling Division No. 2:-Grenville Street
-Long Lane Upper-Sharpe Street-
James Street Bay Street Upper
Middle Street-Lower Middle Street-
Halifax Street-Long Lane Lower-
Melville Street-Egmont Street.
Polling Division No. 3:-Pauls Lot-St.
James Place-Halifax Street-White
Chapel-Egmont Street-Pauls Avenue
-Prison Compound.
A-J
Polling Division No. 3 a:-Pauls Lot-St.
James Place-Halifax Street-White
Chapel-Egmont Street-Pauls Avenue
-Prison Compound.
K-Y
Polling Division No. 4:-North River
Road-Lower Middle Street-Tyrell
Street-Road to Leeward-Bentinck
Square-St. George's Place-Grenville
Street-Higginson Street-Lower Bay
Street-Victoria Park-Park Villa.
A-J
Polling Division No. 4 a:-North River
Road-Lower Middle Street-Tyrell
Street-St. George's Place-Road to
Leeward-Bentinck Square-Grenville
Street-Higginson Street-Lower Bay
Street-Victoria Park-Park Villa.
K-Y
Polling Division No. 5:-Rose Place-
Lower Middle Street-Queen Street-
Tyrell Street-Lower Bay Street-
Battery Hill.


Location of Polling Station.
Richmond Hill Government School

Intermediate School.





Court House.




Court House.


Kingstown Anglican School.


Kingstown Anglican School.






Sanitary Department.










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1961.-(No. 16.)


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 6:-Cemetery Hill-
New Montrose (South) -Stoney Ground
-Monkey Hill-Battery Hill.
Polling Division No. 7:-New Montrose
(North) -Walker Piece-Lago Heights
-Gibson-Botanic Gardens.
Polling Division No. 8:-Old Montrose-
Lodge Village-Lago Heights-Gibson.
A-I
Polling Division No. 8 a:-Old Montrose-
Lodge Village-Lago Heights-Gibson.

J-Y
Polling Division No. 9:-New Town-
Redemption-Kingstown Park-Green
Hill-Sharpe-Lodge Village.
A-H
Polling Division No. 9 a:-New Town-
Redemption-Kingstown Park-Green
Hill-Sharpe-Lodge Village.
J-Y
Polling Division No. 10:-Kingstown
Park-Pauls Lot-North River Road.
Polling Division No. 11:-Cox Heath-
Fort Charlotte.
Polling Division No. 12:-Lowmans Hill
-Camden Park.
A-H
Polling Division No. 12 a:--Lowmans Hill
-Camden Park.
L-Y


Location of Polling Station.
Nurses' Hostel.


P.H.E.U. Workshop.


Mr. L. Linton's House, Montrose.


Mr. L. Linton's House, Montrose.



Lodge Village Government School.



Lodge Village Government School.



Girl Guides' Hut.

Mr. Eb. Duncan's Residence.

Lowmans Anglican New School.


Lowmans Anglican New School.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WEST ST. GEORGE.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1:-Fairburn-Belair
-Pilgrim Hill-Fountain-Cane Hall
-Ashburton.
Polling Division No. 2:-Belair Village-
Dauphine-Gomea-Nutmeg Grove--
Ashburton Welcome Kilburnie -
Meek.
Polling Division No. 3:-Belaair.
Polling Division No. 4:-Cane Hall-
Arnos Vale.
Polling Division No. 5:-Dorsetshire Hill
-Cane Hall-Orange Grove-Green
Hill-Richmond Hill-Sion Hill.
Polling Division No. 6:-Richmond Hill-
Murray Village-Murray Road.
Polling Division No. 7:-Sion Hill-Rich-
mond Hill-Dorsetshire Hill.
Polling Division No. 8:-Frenches.
Polling Division No. 9: Frenches -
Murray Road.
Polling Division No. 10:-Cane Garden--
Carpenter's Yard-Kingstown Hill-
Sharpe Street-Quarry-Long Wall-
Granby-Richmond Hill.
Polling division No. 11:--~zs-town Hill
-Sion Hill Richmond Hill Cane
Garden-Frenches.
Polling Division No. 12:--Cane Garden-
Sion Hill.


Location of Polling Station.
Gomea Methodist School.


Greave's Hall Dauphine.



Belair Government School.
Air Field Old Building.

Dorsetshire Hill Government School.


Mrs. T. M. Saunders' House.

Mr. Abraham Browne's House.

Mrs. Ash's House.
Cotton Ginnery Building.

Mr. Patrick Williams' HoR.se.



Methodist Hostel.


Spiritual Baptist Church, Sion Hill.











94 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1961.-(No. 16.)


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF EAST ST. GEORGE.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1:-Bonhomme-
Mt. Pleasant-Rescue-Argyle-Calder
-Stubbs-Mt. Coke.
Polling Division No. 2:-Calder-Eve-
sham Vale Akers Pleasant Hill -
Calder Range.
A-K
Polling Division No. 2a:-Calder-Eve-
sham Vale Akers- Pleasant Hill-
Calder Range.
L-Y
Polling Division No. 3:-Upper Stubbs--
Victoria Village.
Polling Division No. 4:-Lower Stubbs-
Mt. Pleasant.
Polling Division No. 5:-Glamorgan-
Enhams Belmont Belvedere Junc-
tion Joseph's Land Southwood -
Carapan-Rivulet-McCarthy.
Polling Division No. 6:-Fairburn Pas-
ture-Belmont-Fair Hall-Upper Fair
Hall-Whim.
Polling Division No. 7: Belvedere -
Brighton Choppins Ribishi-Dia-
mond -Riviere -Mangenaire Har-
mony Hall.
Polling Division No. 8:-Ratho Mill-
Prospect.
Polling Division No. 9: Calliaqua --
Glen-Fair Hall-Golden Vale-Glebe
Land.
A-J
Polling Division No. 9a:-Calliaqua-
Glen-Fair Hall-Golden Vale--Glebe
Land.
Polling Division No. 10: -Villa-Rose
Cottage-Indian Bay.
Polling Division No. 11:-Arnos Vale-
Fountain-Cane Hall-Fair Hall.


Location of Polling Siation.
Mr. Jeshurum Johnson's House, Mt.
Pleasant.

Calder Government School.



Calder Government School.



Police Station, Stubbs.

Stubbs Government School.

Mr. Feton Boyea's House, Enhams.



Belmont Infant School.


Brighton Methodist School.



Mrs. Delphina Browne's House, Pros-
pect.
Police Station, Calliaqua.



Parish Hall, Calliaqua.


Mr. Sydney Hewitt's House, Rose Cot-
tage.
Mr. Bertram King's Shop, Amos Vale.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH WINDWARD.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1: Lowmans -
South Union Lauders Hadley's -
North Union.
A-J
Polling Division No. la: Lowmans -
South Union Lauders Hadley's -
North Union.
K-Y
Polling Division No. 2:-Cedars-Bridge-
town-Massey.
Polling Division No. 3:-Biabou.
Polling Division No. 4: Simon -New
Prospect.
Polling Division No. 5:--Spring, Peruvian
Vale-Yambou-Escape.
Polling Division No. 6:---Glenside-Meso-
potamia-Yambou-Jackson Pasture-
Hopewell-Cane End-Sayers.


Location of Polling Station.
Lowmans Windward Anglican School



Lowmans 7Windward Anglican School.



Mr. John DeCaul's Residence, Bridge-
town.
Blabou Methodist School.
Mr. Waithley Williams' Residence, New
Prospect.
Miss Theresa Henry's Residence, Pe-
ruvian Vale.
Marriaqua Government School.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1961--No. 1 .) 95


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 7:-Hopewell-Rich-
land Park.
Polling Division No. 8:-Richland Park-
Kelly-Hopewell-Mesopotamia.
A--J
Polling Division No. 8a:-Richland Park
-Kelly-Hopewell-Mesopotamia.
K-Y
Polling Division No. 9: Caruth- Mt.
Pleasant Montague Cane End -
Freeland-Mesopotamia.
A-L
Polling Division No. 9a: Caruth -Mt.
Pleasant Montague Cane End -
Freeland-Mesopotamia.
M-W
Polling Division No. 10:--Carriere--Riey
-Kilburney.
Polling Division No. 11:--vesham-Pil-
grim Hill.
Polling Division No. 12:-Evesham Vale
-Belmont.


Location of Pclling Station.
Richland Park Government School.

Mr. Edward Lewis' Residence


Mr. Berkeley Thompson's Residence.


Marriaqua Friendly Society Lodge.



Marriaqua Friendly Society Lodge.



Mr. Benjamin Lewis' Residence, Car-
riere.
Mrs. Eliza Alves' Residence.

Evesham Methodist School.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CENTRAL WINDWARD.
Description & Number of Polling Divisicn. Location of Polling Station.
Polling Division No. l:-Byera Village- Byera Anglican School.
Grand Sable-Chester Cottage.
Polling Division No. 2:-Gorse-Mt. Wil- Colonarie Roman Catholic School.
llam-Mangrove-Colonarie
Polling Division No. 3:-South Rivers- South Rivers Methodist School.
Three Rivers.
Polling Division No. 4:-Park Hill. Park Hill Government School.
A-H
Polling Division No. 4a:-Park Hill. Park Hill Government School.
J-Y
Polling Division No. 5:-Mt. Grennan- Colonarie Police Station.
Sans Souci-Belle Vue-Friendly Vil-
lage.
Polling Division No. 6: Diamond Diamond Government School.
Lively.
Polling Division No. 7:-New Adelphi- Union Methodist School.
New Ground North Union Chap-
man's-Sans Souci.
A-J
Polling Division No. 7a:-New Adelphi- Union Methodist School.
New Ground North Union-Chapman's
-Sans Souci.
K-Y
Polling Division No. 8:-Higher Lowmans Lauders Government School.
-Chapman's.
Polling Division No. 9:-Greggs. Greggs Government School.



ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH WINDWARD.
Description & Number of Polling Division. Location of Polling Station.
Polling Division No. 1:-Point Espagnol W. J. Abbott's Estate Cotton House.
-Owia-Fancy-Rogues Hill.
Polling Division No. 2: Sandy Bay Sandy Bay School (Anglican).
(North).
Polling Division No. 3: Sandy Bay Sandy Bay Police Station.
(South).











96 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1961.-(No. 16.)
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Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 4:-Orange Hill-
Overland-Waterloo.
Polling Division No. 5:-Langley Park-
Chapmans-Basin Hole.
Polling Division No. 6:-Spring Village-
Mt. Bentinck, Mt. Bentinck Bay Road.
Polling Division No. 7:-Chili-Caratal-
Roseneat.
A-J
Polling Station No. 7a:--Caratal-Chili--
Roseneat.
K-Y
Polling Division No. 8: Dicksons -
O'Briens-Perseverance.
Polling Division No. 9:--Georgetown
North.
Polling Division No. 10:-Georgetown
(South) Grand Sable.


Location of Polling Station.
Orange Hill Pay Office.

Langley Park Government School.

The Club Room Mt. Bentinck Park.

Government School (Senior) George-
town.

Government School (Infant) George-
town.

Dicksons Methodist School.

The Progress Hall, Georgetown.

Town Board Office, Georgetown.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF THE GRENADINES.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1:-Port Elizabeth--
Hope-Industry Park.
Polling Division No. 2:-Hamilton--Ocar.
Polling Division No. 3:-Belmont Mt.
Pleasant-Lower Bay- Tony Gibbons
-Union Estate-Friendship.
Polling Division No. 4:-Paget Farm-
La Pompe.
A-K
Polling Division No. 4a:-Paget Farm-
La Pompe.
L-W
Polling Divisoin No. 5:-Mustique.
Polling Division No. 6:-Canouan.
Polling Division No. 7:-Mayreau.
Polling Division No. 8:-Union Island
(Clifton Hill-Salt Pond etc.).
Polling Division No. 9:-Union Island
(Ashton-Campbell).


28th March, 1061.


Location of Polling Station.
Port Elizabeth Court Room.

Mr. Edric Harris' Residence, Hamilton.
Mr. Edmund Phillips' Residence, Bel-
mont.

Paget Farm Lodge.


Paget Farm Society Hall.


Mustique School Room.
Canouan School Room.
Mayreau Government School.
Clifton Government School.

Ashton Government School.

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


Eradicate Yaws great value in the cure of other infec-
tions, septic conditions, gonorrhoea, etc.
Public Health teams will be visiting
There have been severe outbreaks of schools and making'house to house visits
yaws among school children in the Colo- starting Thursday March 16. Please give
narie-South Rivers, Park Hill-Biabou- every possible help and stay at home to
Lowmans area, during the last few receive your injection, and make sure
months. Treatment of active cases and every member of your household does
of their contacts in the home and at the same.
school has not succeeded in stamping It is very important in a yaws district
out the disease in these districts, and it It is very important in a yaws district
is now intended, under the suervisio to wash frequently with soap and water
is now intended, under the supervision and cover up all cuts and sores with a
of Dr. Gentle, W.H.O. Yaws Expert, toand cover up all cuts and see that your
make a concerted effort to treat the en- lean dressing. Please see that your
tire population in this area, men, women children do these things.
and children, during the next two or If you all cooperate now, and observe
three weeks in a final attempt to eradi- a few simple precautions in the future,
cate it once and for all. we may be able to stamp out this nuis-
Everyone is asked to co-operate in this ance for good.
task, which is for the benefit of all. Even A.SD. LOW,
ir you thinK you have not got yaws now, Senior Medical Owcer.
the single injection will protect you tem- Medical Department,
porarily against infection, and will be of St. Vincent.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1961.-(No. 16.)


Education Notices.

CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION, 1960.

PASS LIST

1. GRAMMAR SCHOOL.


Name
1. Anderson, Arden V.
2. Brisbane, Gordon F.
3. Cambridge, Ronald D. G.
4. Campbell, Stanley
5. Charles, Arnold
6. Corea, Basil E B.
7. DaSilva, Lennox K. A.
A. Dellimore, Jeffrey W. St. A.
9. Dia, Basil F.
10. England, Raymond T.
11. Fraser, Alfred A.
12. Glasgow, Carl V.
13. Harold, Charles W. P.
14. Jack, George E. M.
15. Jackson, David E.
16. Jones, Wingly R.
17. Keane, Moulton W. D.
18. Knights, Raymond E.
19. Lawrence, McKinley E. S.
20. Marshall, Bernard A. M.
21. McConnie, Keith C.
22. Peters, Trevor A.
23. Providence, Frederick B. D.
24. Punnett, Christopher R.
25. Saunders, Keith M. A.
26. Stewart, Hugh N.
27. Tucker, Carl E. F.
28. Young, Winston A.


Grade
3
3
2
2
3
3
3
2
3
1
2
3
3
3
2
3
1
2
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
2
3
3


2. GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.
Name Grade
Alexander, Wenda C. 3
Alves, Kay A. 3
DaSilva, Maureen R. 3
Charles, Eileen M. 3
Dear, Olga M. 3
DeFreltas, Hermine P.R. 3
Dias, Shirley A. 2
Emmons, Evelyn S. 3
Flndlay, June A. 3
Fraser, Elleen K. 3
Hadley, Jill 3
Hadley, Bylvia A. 2
Harold, Janice C. P. 2
Jack, Doren S. 3
John, Evelyn M. 1
Kirby, Athlyn A. 1
Mitchell, Edith D. 3
McMillan, Brenda R. 2
Nanton, Jennifer E. 2
Neverson, Shirley V. 3
Roberts, Pearl E. 3
Bearles, Veronica P. 3
Tannis, Elaine I. 3
Hadley, Leonora V. Statement
Subsidiary Subjects. of Success
John, Cecile O. Statement
Subsidiary Subjects. of Success

3. EMMANUEL HIGH SCHOOL.


Name
Cosier, Cosmus E.
Jackson, Lionel 0.
Phillps, Ronald T.


Grade
3
3
G.C.E.


Name Grade
4. Straker, Louis H. 3
5. Klrton, Hyacinth I. 3
6. Drakes, Hugh M. Statement
(Spanish) of Sucess
7. Peters, Oswald H. Statement
(Spanish) of Success
4. INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL.
Name Grade
1. Harry, Calvin A. 3
2. DeShong, Sonja E. 3
5. ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT.
Name Grade
1. Charles, Celia M. 2
2. DeSouza, Patricia M. 2
3. London, Cynthia E. 3
6. PUPIL TEACHER TRAINING
CENTRE.
Name Grade
1. Crozier, Hermon C. 2
2. Huggins, Kenneth A. 3
3. Lewis, John A. C. 3
4. Liverpool, Ormsby G. 3
5. Prescodd, Cooper U. 3
6. Reglsford, Hermus 3
7. Bargeant, Sylvester G. 3
8. Thomas, Oslan O. 3
9. Wallace, Carlisle O. 3
10. Ambrose, Ethllne N. 3
11. Alexander, Shirley 3
12. Anthony, Evelyn I. 3
13. Beckles, Sylvia G. 3
14. Child, Thelma G. 3
15. Jeffers, Carmen A. 3
16. Wilkes, Merle E. 3
17. Arthur, Paul G. G.C.E.
18. Wallace, Florence A. Statement
(Latin) of Success
CAMBRIDGE HIGHER SCHOOL
CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION.
1960 RESULTS.

LIST OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Harold W. Dougan, Rodney M. John,
Sylvanus H. A. Regisford, Leonard A.
Edwards.
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL
Delphine A. Daisy, Margot D. DaSilva,
Jacqueline V. M. Marshall.
JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
Acting Education Officer.
25th March, 1961.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

CAMDEN PARK EXPERIMENT
STATION.
SALE OF CITRUS AND PEANUT PLANTS.
The Public is notified that we now
have available for Sale a large Quantity
of Citrus Plants at 500 each.
2. We also have available a limited
supply of selected Peanut Plants.
3. Interested persons are asked to get
in touch with the Agricultural Officer
(Research) for further information.
HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
20th March, 1961.












98 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1961.-(No. 16.)


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES AND BRITISH CARIBBEAN COIN
IN CIRCULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN
GROUP) ON 1ST FEBRUARY, 1961.


Notes
$
Average circulation during December,
1960
British Caribbean Currency ...... 88,967,793.00


Demonetized Govermnent Notes


997,549.00


Total average ...... ... ... 89,965,342.00

British Caribbean Notes and Coins in $ 0
circulation on 1st February, 1961


Trinidad and Tobago
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada .....
St. Vincent ......
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antiigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat ......
Proof Set of Coins


... 40,230,481.00
.... 7,001,225.00
.... 24,199,456.50
.. 4,664,100.00
831,400.00
. -.. 940,000.00
. 2,039,400.00
.. 3,618,300.00
S .. 1,589,600.00
227,900.00


Total British Caribbean Notes and Coins
in circulation on 1st February, 1961
Demonetized Government Notes out-
standing on 1st February, 1961
Trinidad and Tobago ......
British Guiana ......... ..
Barbados ...... ...... ...

Total Government notes outstanding

Total circulation on 1st February, 1961 ....




Headquarters
British Caribbean Currency Board
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad, W.I.


NOTICE.

The Government Housing Loans Board
is in the advanced stage of procuring a
loan of 30,000 from Barclays Bank. The
Board has decided that prospective bor-
rowers should submit applications on
the prescribed form. Copies of such
forms have recently been printed and
supplies forwarded to the Secretaries of
the Civil Service Association, the Teach-
ers Association and the Police Welfare
Association. Supplies are also obtain-
able from the Secretary of the Govern-
ment Housing Loans Board, Chief Min-
ister's Office.


Coins
$ d


$4,394,125.00



$4,394,125.03

$ 0

1,984,021.00
622,150.00
918,635.00
211,000.00
109,100.00
134,700.00
122,725.00
154,475.00
128,625.00
24,350.00
1,870.00


$85,341,862.50 4,411,651.00


686,889.00
243,752.50
65,588.00

996,229.50

$86,338,092.00 $4,411,651.00

L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.







Employees eligible for loans are:-
(1) Those employees who hold pen-
sionable offices and are confirmed
in such posts.
(2) Teachers who are pensionable un-
der the Teachers Pensions Ordin-
ance and whose appointments
have been confirmed.
(3) Non-Commissioned Officers and
Constables of the Police Force
who have had not less than six
years service in the Force.
J. V. ALVES,
Secretary,
Government Housing Loans Board.
20th March, 1961.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS, f 3
a 13.
1961, No. 7.


(Gazetted 28th March, 1961.)


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.

[L. 8.]

A. F. GILES,
Administrator..

WHEREAS it is enacted by regulation 37 of the Air Transport (Licensing of Air
Services) Regulations, 1952 (S. R. & O. 1952, No. 94) that the daid Regulations
should come into operation on such date as the Governor should, by proclamation
published in the Gazette, appoint:

AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient that the said Regulations shall come
into operation on the 28th day of March, 1961:

Now THEREFORE, I, ALEXANDER FALCONER GILES, the Officer f r the time
being administering the Government of the Colony of Saint Vincent, do hereby
proclaim that the said Regulations shall come into operation on the 28th day of
March, 1961.

GrnvE under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony of Eint Vincent,
at Government Office in the said Colony this 23rd day of March, One
thousand nine hundred and sixty-one and in the Tenth Year of the
Reign of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!

(J. 38/1948.)


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SUXDSTOWN, ST. VINCET.

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SAINT VINCENT. N

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDER
S13 JUN 19
1961, No. 8.


AIR TRANSPORT (LICENSING OF AIR SERVE
(AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS.


(Gazetted 28th March, 1961.)


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Air Transport
(Licensing of Air Services) (Amendment) Regulations, 1961, and shall be read as
one with the Air Transport (Licensing of Air Services) Regulations, 1952, (S. R.
& 0. 1952, No. 94) (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations) and all
amendments thereto.

2. Regulation 36 of principal Regulations amended. Regula-
lation 36 of the principal Regulations is hereby amended by inserting the words,
figures and signs "and the Air Navigation (Licensing of Air Services) Regulations,
1952 (S. R. & 0. 1952, No. 50)" immediately before the words "are hereby repealed"
appearing in the second line thereof.


Made by the Administrator with the approval of the Secretary of State under
section 13 of the Civil Aviation Act, 1949, as applied to the Colony by the Colonial
Civil Aviation (Application of Act) Order, 1952, this 23rd day of March, 1961.

A. F. GILES,
Administrator.
(J. 36/1948.)

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CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING AUTHORITY

STONEY GROUND CINEMA SCHEME.

1. DESIGNATION OF SCHEME.
The Scheme set out hereunder gives effect to a Resolution passed by the
Central Housing and Planning Authority on 29th November, 1960, and shall be
designated "THE STONEY GROUND CINEMA SCHE".

2. AREA OF SCHEME.
The provision of the Scheme shall apply to all that area of land beig a
portion of Montrose Housing Scheme, commonly known as "Stoney Ground" in
the Parish of St. George, and defined on a Plan at the Surveys Office and registered
IBs No. G4/17, dated 22nd October, 1P60. A copy of the said plan could be seen
at the Office of the Central Housing and Planning Authority.

3. OBJECTS OF THE SCHEME.
The objects of the Scheme are to:-
(a) Enable the construction and operation of a Cinema.
(b) Provide vehicle parking space for patrons of the Cinema.
4. SUB-DIVIDING.
The area covered by the Scheme and as shown on the said Plan G4/17 shall
not be sub-divided or used for any other purpose without the consent in writing
of the Central Housing and Planning Authority.
5. BUILDING REGULATIONS.
The Public Health (Building) Regulations of 1946 shall apply in respect to
the entire area covered by the Scheme.

6. DISPOSAL OF AREA.
The area covered by the said plan G4/17 shall be disposed of by auction or
private treaty.
7. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.
Construction of a Cinema shall commence as soon as possible after the
date of purchase of the land and completed within three years of the date of
purchase.
8. PERSONS TO RECTIFY DEPARTURES FROM SCHEME.
a. Any person who executes work to which any seetion of the Scheme applies
and who receives notice from the Secretary in writing at any reasonable time
during the progress or after the completion of the work, specifying any matters
in respect of which the erection or execution may be in contravention of this
scheme, and requirine any such person within a time specified, to cause anything
done contrary to this scheme to be amended or to do anything which by any such
scheme may be required to be done, shall within the time specified, comply with
the several requirements and shall deliver to the Secretmry within a reasonable
Time, a notice of the completion of the work.

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b. In the case of non-compliance with the requirements of the scheme, it
shall be lawful for the Central Housing and Planning Authority to prosecute
the offender under section 29 of the Town and Country Planning Ordinance which
reads as follows:-

Sec. 29. "Any person who wilfully does any act (whether of commission or
omission) which is a contravention of a provision contained in a Scheme, shall be
liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding fifty pounds, and in the
case of a continuing offence to a fine of five pounds for every day during which
the offence continued."

"It shall be lawful for the Authority to execute the works required and to
recover the cost as a civil debt".



Made by the CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING AUTHORITY under the
provisions of the TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ORDINANCE: 1946, on the
Twentieth day of January in the year One Thousand Nine Hundred and sixty one.

B. R: NEEHALL,
Executive Oficer and Secretary
Central Housing & Planning
Authority.

A. C. CYRUS,
Chairman.
Central Housing & Planning
Authority.



Approved by the Administrator in Council on the 10th day of March, 1961.

J. V. ALVES,
Clerk of Council.


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