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SAINT VINCENT


13 JUN1961



4L~i


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


blisT V, T Y, 1 IL 1 il..


VOL. 94.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 APRIL, 1961. [No' 20.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES. No. 109.

No. 106.
APPOINTMENTS.
With
Official Atte:tor. No. 100
Acting I
The following person has been ap- partmer
pointed as an Official Attestor with effect cation 1
from 11th April, 1961:- la6i, an
The Reverend KENNETH SWANSTON. error.
llth April, 1961. llth I
(179.) (P.F. 174

No. 107.
Marriage Offoer. No. 110.
The following person has been ap-
pointed a Marriage Officer with effect Vacant:
from llth April, 1961.
The Reverend KENNETH SWANSTON.
llth April, 1961. Applic
(180.) sionable
Departn
x $43.20
No. 108. is expect
ACTING APPOINTMENT. increase
Trans]
Consequent on the grant of vacation cordancc
leave to Dr. A. D. Low, Senior Medical The d
Officer, prior to resignation, Dr. K. J. E. may be
MCMILLAN, Medical Officer, District 1, Officer f
has been appointed to act as Senior Applic
Medical Officer, in conjunction with his testimo
substantive duties with effect from 4th Chief Se
April, 1961, and until further notice, should r
llth April, 1961. day, 24t
(P.F. 81.) 1lth A
i lh,


AMENDED NOTICE.

Vacation Leave.
reference to Gazette Notice
of 4th April 1961, Mr. C. W. ITON,
Examiner of Accounts, Audit De-
it, has been granted 272 days va-
eave with effect from 1st April,
*d not 42 days as \.as stated in

April, 1961.
I.)



VACANT POSTS.

Post of Bailiff-Inland Revenue
Department.
nations are invited for the pen-
post of Bailiff, Inland Revenue
lent, in the salary scale $748.80
-$921.80 x $86.40-1,699.20. It
ted that this salary scale will be
d.
port allowance is payable in ac-
e with local regulations.
duties of the post are such as
assigned by the Inland Revenue
rom time to time.
nations, supported by two recent
ials, should be addressed to the
cretary, Government Office, and
*each him not later than Mon-
h April, 1961.
,pril, 1961.


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L22 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 APRIL, 1961.-(No. 20.)


No. 103.
VACANT POST OF CLERK/TYPIST, PUBLIC
WORKS DEPARTMENT, ST. VINdENT.

Applications are invited for the vacant
post of Clerk/Typist, Public Works De-
partment. The post is non-pensionable.
Salary scale $1,008 x $86.40-$1,341.60.
Point of entry into the scale will depend
on the candidate's qualifications and ex-
perience. Further information may be
obtained from the Personnel Section,
Government Office.
Applications stating age, qualifications
and experience should be submitted,
along with two recent testimonials, to
the Chief Secretary, Government Office,
not later than 18th April, 1961.
4th April 1961.

No. 104.
POST OF VAULT ATTENDANT/MESSENGER,
REGISTRY, ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for the post of
Vault Attendant-Messenger, Judicial De-
partment, Registry, St. Vincent. The
post is non-pensionable, :;l.h salary in
the scale $921.60-$72-$i,231.60.
Further particulars of the post can be
obtained from the Registrar, Supreme
Court, Registry.
Applications, supported by two recent
testimonials, should be addressed to the
Chief Secretary, Government Office, St.
Vincent, and should reach him not later
than 20th April, 1961.
4th April, 1961.


No. 111.
LEGISLATION.

The undermentioned Ordinance which
has been assented to by His Honour the
Administrator is published with this is-
sue of the Gazette:-
No. 6 of 1961.-An Ordinance further
to amend the Recovery of Possession
Act, Cap. 20.
llth April, 1961.

No. 112.
The following Document is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & O. No. 9.-The Cotton Protec-
tion (Close Season) Order, 1961.
(B.14/1951.)

By Command,

E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.

GoVER.iF_:xxT OFFICE,
llth April, 1961.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

MEDICAL REGISTRATION
NOTICE.

Druggist.

The undermentioned person has this
day been registered as a Druggist:-

Medical Name Residence
District _

I McIntosh, Harold Kingstown
Alvin
Dated this 29th day of March, 1961.
O. L. GARRAWAY,
Medical Registrar.
Medical Department,
29th March, 1961.

GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1961.

CORRECTION OF NAME OF CANDI-
DATE, SOUTH LEEWARD ELECTORAL
DISTRICT.

Under Notice of Candidates' Symbols,
Gazetted 6th April, 1961, the name,
O'Brien, George Augustus should read,
O'Brien, George Alfred.
G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.
13th April, 1961.

NOTICE.

In accordance with Section 2 (1) of the
Legislative Council (Contracts with
Government) (Disqualification) Ordin-
ance, 1960.

IT is hereby published for general in-
formation that I the undersigned
Egerton Richards of Prospect in the
Colony of Saint Vincent am the holder
of a Government Contract to supply
Fresh Cow's Milk to Government Insti-
tutions for the current year.
Dated the 18th day of March, 1961.
EGERTON RICHARDS.


NOTICE.

I the undersigned HzxRY AFFLICK
HAYNES hereby give notice to the public
that I am part owner of the Motor Ves-
sel "Madinina" and as such I am finan-
cially interested in a Government con-
tract for the carriage of Government
mails by the said Motor Vessel between
the Island of St. Vincent, the St. Vincent
Grenadines, and Carriacou.
H. A. HAYNES.
30th March, 1981.










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 APRIL, 1961.-(No. 20.) 12;


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the Land and House Tax Ordinance, their properties having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday 15th April, 1961
at the Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.
MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Treasury Chambers, Acting Accountant General.
Kingstown,
24th March, 1961.

Name of Owner or Situation of Description of
Occupier Property Property

Adams, Drucilla Questelles 1 House spot
Charles, Louisa Camden Park 1 Dwelling house
Providence, Martha Lowmans 1 House spot
Sutherland, Gertrude Camden Park 1 rood 14 poles
Warren, Reuben Lowmans 2 Acres
Gonsalves, Manoel, Hrs. Lowmans Village 1 House spot

GENERAL ELECTIONS 1961.

Set out below are names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing the
respective Polling Stations to which they have been appointed to officiate on
Polling Day for the forthcoming Elections.
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH LEEWARD.


Polling Station Number
and Name.

1. Land Settlement Pa.
Office
2. Methodist School


Location.


Presiding Officer.


y- Richmond Vale Mr. John Anthony Mr. Osborne Allen


Chateaubelair


2a. Methodist School .. Chateaubelair

3. The Doctor's House Petit Bordel


4. Mr. William Suthe
land's Residence
5. Government School

6. Government School


Methodist School
Methodist School
Methodist School


9. Friendly Society
Hall
9a. Police Station


r- Rose Bank

S Troumaca

Rose Hall

SWestwood
SSpring Village
Spring Village

Barrouallie

SBarrouallie


Rev. Patterson
Deane
Mrs. Phyllis
Charles
Mr. A. E. Law-
rence
Mr. Rupert
Bascombe
Mr. E. Sutherland

Mr. K. Bonadie


Mr. James Isaacs
Mr. Henry Morris
Mr. C. B. Mat-
thews
Mr. D. I. Gibson

Miss Effie
I Findlay


Miss Hilma
Haddaway
Mr. McLean
Douglas
Mrs. Erla Coombs

Mr. Weldon
Findlay
IMr. Edson
S Providence
[Mr. Matthew
SJocelyn
Miss Eileen Iton
Mr. Ewing Clarke
Mr. Norris
I Haddaway
Miss Patricia
Huggins
Mr. Leroy Ja.kson


NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 2. Both
will be at the Methodist School, Chateaubelair. Persons registered in this
polling division whose surnames begin with the letters A to J must vote at
Station No. 2, and those whose surnames begin with the letters K to Y must
vote at Station No. 2A.
2. There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 8. Both will
be at the Spring Methodist School. Persons registered in this polling division
whose surnames begin with the letters A to J must vote at Station No. 8, and
those persons whose surname:; begin with the letters K to W must vote at Station
No. 8A.
3. There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 9. One will
be at the Friendly Society Hall and the other at the Barrouallie Police Station.
Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames begin with the letters
A to H must vote at the Friendly Society Hall which is Polling Station No. 9,
and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters I to Y must vote at
the Barrouallie Police Station which is Polling Station No. 9A.


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124 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 APRIL, 196L-(No. 20.)


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH LEEWARD

Polling Station Number Location. Presiding Officer. Poll Clerk.
and Name.

1. Anglican School .. Barrouallie Mr. Olsen Peters Mrs. Mable Kirby

la. Anglican School ..i r:rrouallie Mr. Ormond IMiss Doretha
Robertson Quow
2. Government School Layou Mrs. Verna Mr. Harold Morris
S Douglas
2a. Government School Layou Mr. Edwin King Mr. Robert Young
3. IPolice Station .. Layou Miss Eva Patrick Miss Linda
Charles
4. Estate Cotton House Cane Grove Mr. Alexis Griffith Miss Veronica
Louis


5. Government School IBuccament


6. Mr. Powell Mattis'
Shop
Ca. Government Dispen-
sary
7. Infant School

8. Government School

9. Mr. Charles Alex.
ander's Shop
10. Government Dispen-
sary


Vermont

Retrea"

Clare Valley

Questelles

Chauncey

Camden Park


Mrs. Meta
DeCoteau
Mr. Elford Kirby

Mr. Alvin DeRiggs

Mr. Mandeville
Morris
Mrs. Inola Tucker


Miss Monica
Charles
Mr. Leonard
Slater
Mrs. Carlita
Griffith
Miss Pearlina
Roberts
Miss Emenc
Williams


Mr. C:eil Straker Mr. Arnold Jack

Mr. Edgar Lewis Mr. Kerwyn
Morris


NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 1. Both
will be at the Anglican School, Barrouallie. Persons registered in this polling
division whose surnames begin with the letters A-J must vote at station No. 1,
and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters K-W must vote at
Station No. 1A.
2. There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 2. Both will
be at the Layou Government School. Persons registered in this polling division
whose surnames begin with the letters A to J must vote at Station No. 2 and
those persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to Y must vote at Station
No. 2A.
3. There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 6. One will
be at Mr. Powell Mattis' Shop, Vermont and the other will be at the Retreat
Dispensary. Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames begin
with the letters A to J must vote at Mr. Powell Mattis' Shop, Vermont, and those
persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to W must vote at the Retreat
Dispensary.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 APRIL, 1961.-(No. 20.) 125


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KINGSTOWN.


Polling Station Number Location.
and Name.


1. Government School

2. Intermediate Schoc

3. Court House


SRichmond Hi

1 Kingstown

Kingstown


3a. Court House .. Kingtown

4. Anglican School .. Kingstown

4a. Anglican School .. Kingstown

5. Sanitary Department Kingstown

6. Nurses' Hostel .. Kingstown

7. P.H.E.U. Workshop Montrose

8. Mr. L. Linton's Resi- Montrose
dence
8a. Mr. L. Linton's Resi- Montrosc
dence
9. Government School Lodge Village


9a. Government School


il


I Lodge Village


Girl Guides' Hut .. Kingstown
Park


11. Mr. Eb. Duncan's
Residence
12. Anglican School
(New)
12a. Anglican School
(New)


Edinboro


Lowmans Hill

Lowmans Hiil


Presiding Officer. Poll Clerk.
!i i
1 iMr. C. L. John Mr. Joslyn
Williams
Mrs. L. Eustace Mr. Leroy Bonadie

Mr. Garnet Mrs. Annis
Edwards Nicholas
'Mr. Ardon Daisley Miss Beryl
Baptiste
Mr. Norman Mrs. Isabel King
I Peters M
Mr. Clinton Mr. Clement King
Antrobus
Miss Laura Mr. Norman Hinds


Hendrickson
Mr. Alfred
Herbert
Mrs. Mildred
Dublin
Mr. M. M. Scott


Miss Monica Rose

Mr. Reginald
Spencer
Mr. Alfred Dear


Mr. B. A. Richards :Mrs. Marlene
Arthur
Mr. G. V. Douglas Mrs. Eileen
Peters
Mr. Hilary Mrs. Jessie Nanton
Sutherland
Mr. Bertram :Mrs. Stella
Arthur Spencer
Mr. Louis Duncan Miss Hermina
Maloney
Mr. Cadman Lewis Mrs. Gwend olyn
Si John
Mr. Felix Cuffy iMrs. Mona Kydd


NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 3. Both
will be at the Court House. Persons registered in this polling division whose
surnames begin with the letters A to J must vote at Station No. 3, and those
persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to Y must vote at Station
No. 3A.

2. There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 4. Both will
be at the Anglican School. Persons registered in this polling division whose
surnames begin with the letters A to J must vote at Station No. 4. and those
persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to Y must vote at Station
No. 4A.

3. There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 8. Both will
be at Mr. L. Linton's Residence Montrose. Persons registered in this polling
division whose surnames begin with the letters A to I must vote at Station No. 8,
and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters J to Y must vote at
Station No. 8A.

4. There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 9. Both will
be at Lodge Village Government School. Persons registered in this polling
division whose surnames begin with the letters A to II must vote at Station No. 9
and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters J to Y must vote at
Station No. 9A.

5. There will be tw-o Polling Stations in polling division No. 12. Both will
be at the Lowmans Hill Anglican School. Persons whose surnames begin with
the letters A to K must vote at Station No. 12 and those persons whose surnames
begin with the letters L toY must vote at Station No. 12A.


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126 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 APRIL, 1961.-(No. 20.)


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WEST ST. GEORGE.


Polling Station Number Location.
and Name.

1. Methodist School .. Goinca
i
2. Mr. Greaves' Hall .. Dauphine

3. Government School Belair

4. Air Field Old Build- Arnos Vale
ing
5. Government School Dorsetshire
Hi]
6. Mrs. T. M. Saund- Murray Road
ers' Residence
7. Mr. Abraham Sion Hill
Browne's Residence,
8: Mrs. Ash's Residence Frenches

9. Cotton Ginnery .. Frenches

LO. Methodist Hostel .. Kingstown Hi

1i. Mr. Patrick Williams' Kingstow;n H:
Residence
[2. Spiritual Baptist Cane Garden
Church


Presiding Officer. Poll Clerk.


Miss Muriel James iMr. Samuel
Campbell
Mr. Avil Allen iMiss Ruby Dowers

'Mr. Darell Walker Mrs. Estelle
Liverpool
!Mr. H. B. DaSilva Mr. Frank Hope

iMr. David A. Mr. Percival
.1 I Scales Sealey
"Mr. Egbert Israel Miss Lueene
I Thorne
;Mr. Osborne Iton Miss Lorna
Campbell
Mr. Conrad Adams!Mr. George
DeRoche
Mrs. Theo. Mr. David
Saunders Frederick
ill Miss Kathleen iMrs. Dona
Patterson! Robertson
ill Mr. Fitzroy iMiss Velma
Dowers Jackson
;Mr. John !Mr. Mack Tucker
Saunders I


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF EAST ST. GEORGE.


Polling Station Number Location. Pre-iding Officer. Poll Clerk.
and Name. _~_

1. M. Jeshurun John- Mt. Pleasant Miss Winifred iMr. Randolph
son's Residence John ; Lewis
2. Government School Calder Mr. Bertram iMr. Arnold
LewisI Thomas
2a. Government School Calder Miss Jennie Miss Cynthia
Wiltshire I Sutton
3. Police Station .. Stubbs iMiss Hetty Guy Miss Joan Jack

4. Government School Stubbs Mr. Wilfred M. jMiss Merle Wilkes
Alexander
5. Mr. Feton Boyea's Einhams MIr. Charles Mrs. Beatrice Noel
Residence Boatswain
6. Infant School .. Belmont Mr!. Harriet !Mrs. Yvonn"
i Edwards Morain
7. Methodist School .. Brighton Mis, Louise Mriss Lorna Jones
Brereton
8. Mrs. Delphina Prospec. 'Mr. Hr'rbert Jack Mr. Rawlh
Browi.e' ; Residence Boatswain
9. Police Station .. Caliaqua ?i's Venice Mr. Paul Arthur
Haynes
9a. Parish Hall .. Calliaqua !Mr. Robert Mr. Selwyn Jones
SClouden
10. Mr. Sydney Hewitt's Rose Cottage ;Mr. A. K. John Miss Verdine Cato
Residence I
11. Mr. Bertram King's Arnos Vale Mj-. Verold Mr. Isaac Phillips
_Shop Crichton

NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 2. Both
will be at the Government School, Calder. Persons registered in this polling
division whose surnames begin with the letters A to K must vote at Station No. 2,


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 APRIL, 1961.-(No. 20.) 121


and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters L to Y must vote at
Station No. 2A.

2. There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 9. One will
be at the Police Station, Calliaqua and the other at the Parish Hall, Calliaqua.
Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames begin with the letters
A to J must vote at Station No. 9 which is at the Police Station, Calliaqua, and
those persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to Y must vote at Station
No. 9A which is at the Parish Hall, Calliaqua.




ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH WINDWARD.


Polling Station Number Location.
and Name.

1. Anglican School .. Lowmans Wd.

la. Anglican School .. Lowmiu' Wd.

2. Mr. John DeCaul's Brilg town
Residence
3. Methodist School .. Biahou

4. Mr. Waitheley Wil- New Prospe.t
liams' House
5. Miss Theresa Henry's Peruvian Vale
Residence
6. Government School Marriaqua

7. Government School i.i ila:rl Park


Presiding Officer.


Poll Clerk.


Mr. Alwyn Mr. Benjamin
Mandeville Boyea
:X[iss Isabelle iMr. Bertie Smart
Morris
:Mr. 0. Christopher Mr. Alston Rogers

M.r. IHiarr; S-o:'tte MIs. Faustina
Shortte
AMrs. Emily Mr. Waithcley
i Wihliams Williams
Mr. Earlsioto Mr. Ceci. John


Mr. Alon

Mr. Ormc


8. Mr. Edward Lewis' RiL, and Park iMr. Wins
Residence
8a. Mr. Berkeley Thomp- Richland Park ,Mr. Alph
son's Residence
9. Friendly Society Marriaqua Mr. Erro]
Lodge
9a. Friendly Society Marriaqna Mr. Char
Lodge
10. Mr. Benjamin Lewis' Carriere Mr. Geor
Residence
11. Mrs. Eliza Alves' Evesham JMr. Envi
Residence
12. Methodist School .. Evesham Mr. Lawr
_______ _____ C


Shortte
zo
Dray oon
ind
llivierre
ton
Baechua.,
onzo
Lewis
I Baynies


Miiss Thelma
Johnson
,Ir. Charie:.
Campbil
Mr. Orell Samuel

Mr. MIervin Cirant

7,. Edison Paul


le, Mr. William Jack
Browne ,
ge ,Mr. Matthias Cato
Glasgow .
lle Clarke Mrs. Emily Caesar

'ence Mrs. Clara Falby.
ollymore


NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in poll ing division No. 1. Both
will be at the Anglican School, Lowmans Windward. Persons registered in this
polling division whose surnames begin with the letters A-J must vote at Station
No. 1 and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters K-Y must vote
at Station No. 1A.

2. There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 8. One will
be at Mr. Edward Lewis' residence, Richland Park, and the other will be at
Mr. Berkeley Thompson's Residence, Richland Park. Persons registered in this
polling division whose surnames begin with the letters A to J must vote at Station
No. 8 and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to Y must vote
at Station No. 8A.

3. There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 9. Both will
be at Friendly Society Lodge, Marriaqua. Persons registered in this polling
division whose surnames begin with the letters A to L must vote at Station No. 9
and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters M to W must vote at
Station No. 9A.












128 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 APRIL, 1961.-(No. 20.)


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CENTRAL WINDWARD.


Polling Station Number Location.
and Name.

1. Byera Hill Anglican Byera Hill
School
2. Colonarie Roman Colonarie
Catholic School I
3. Methodist School .. South Rivers

4. Government School Park Hill

4a. Government School P-rk Hill

5. Police Station .. Colonarie

6. Government School Diamond

7. Methodist School .. New Grounds

7a. Methodist School ..! New Grounds

8. Government S:';:! ,'-
Smans
9. Government School Greggs


Presiding Officer.


Mr. Pam:'lus
Burke
r. Charles Best

r. Hubert James

Mr.;. V:Ila
Crichton
Mr. Bruce
DeFreitas
Mr. Edward
Richardson
Mr. Walden Ryan

Mr. Letchie
Dickson
Mr. Forde
Gabriel
Mr. Je;Gome
Fereira
Mr. Joseph
Greaves


Poll Clerk.


TMr. Francis
Rebeiro
M'Iis:s Theirese
Cuffy
Miss Joy Simmons

Mr. George
Stephens
IMrs. Josephine
Providence
Mrs. Leila
Daisley
Miss Iris James

Mr. Urbane
Daniel
'Mr. Kenneth
Jackson
.::. David
IBoyea
,Mr. Theophilus
SHomer


NOTE: There wi!! b- two Polling Stations in polling division No. 4. Both
will be at Park Iill Government School. Persons registered in this polling
division whose surnames begin with the letters A to H must vote at Station No. 4,
and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters J to Y must vote at
Station No. 4A.
2. There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 7. Both will
be at the New Grounds Methodist School. Persons registered in this polling
Division whose surnames begin with the letters A to J must vote at Station No. 7,
and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to Y must vote at
Sation No. 7A.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH WINDWARD.


Polling Station Number Location.
and Name.

1. Estate Cotton House Owia

2. Anglican School ..i Sandy Bay

3. Police Station ..S Sandy Bay

4. Orange Hill Pay Orange Hill
Office
5. Government School 1lalr!!ey Park

6. The Club Room .. Mt. Bentinck

7. Government School Georgetown
(Senior)
7a. Government School Georgetown
(Infant)
8. Methodist School .. Dickson

9. Progress Hall .. Georgetown

10. Town Board Office .. Georgetown


Presiding Officer. Poll Clerk.


Mrs. Augustina Mr. James Daniel
Beach
Mr. St.Elmo Mr. Ivan Stephens
Nanton
Mr. Orrin Ashton Mrs. Sybil Daniel

iMr. Robert Mr. Herman
Robertson Crozier
Miss Carol Mrs. Hyacinth
Campbell Liverpool
Mr. Kelvin Gibson !Miss Gloria
I Forbes
Mr. Parnell Miss Viola Thomas
Sutton
Rev. M. A. E. Miss Shirley
Thomas Smith
Mr. Alban Henry Miss Vida Forbes

Mr. J. D. Woods Miss Elaine
I Duncan
Miss Luenda Miss Ann Clarke
Lawrence













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 APRIL, 1961.-(No. 20.) 121


NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 7. Both
will be at the Georgetown Government School. Persons registered in this polling
division whose surnames begin with the letters A to J must vote at Station No. 7,
and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to Y must vote at
Station No. 7A.




ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF THE GRENADINES.


Polling Station Number Location. Presiding Officer.
and Name.


Poll Clerk.


1. Court Room

2. Mr. Edric Harris'
Residence
3. Mr. Edumnd
Phillips' Residence
4. "Lodge", Paget
Farm
4a. Society Hall

5. School Room

6. Government School

7. Government School


Government
Clifton
Government
Ashton


School

School


Port Elizabeth
Bequia
Hamilton
Bequia
Belmont

Paget Farm

Paget Farm

Mustique

Canouan

Mayr:,au

Union Island

Union Island


Mr. Samuel
Cunningham
Mr. Ormonde
Williams
Mr. Austin Nurse

Mr. Rawle
Marshall
Mr. Claude
Hazell
Mr. Norman
S Bellingy
Mr. Sylvanus
Burke
Mr. Egerton Scott

Mr. Samuel
S Ambrose
Mr. Lawrence
Brereton


Mrs. Lois
Williams
Mrs. Cynthia
Nurse
Mr. Arnott
Paynter
Mr. Seton
Simmons
Mr. Conrad
Francis
Miss Doreen
Simon
Mr. Simon
Pompey
rs. Anesta Scott

Mr. Timothy
Alexander
Miss Leortha
Ambrose


NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 4. One
will be at "Lodge", Paget Farm, and thi other at the Society Hall, Paget Farm.
Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames begin with the letters
A to K must vote at Station No. 4 which is at "Lodge", Paget Farm, and those
persons whose surnames begin with the letters L to W must vote at Station No.
4A which is at the Society Hall, Paget Farm.


Election Clerks.


The undermentioned persons have been appointed as Election Clerks for the
purpose of the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance No. 13. of 1951.


Name of Officer.


Mr. Grafton H. Vanloo ..
Mr. Leon Mason
Mr. S. A. Norris
Mr. Leon Huggins
Mr. C. V. Lewis
Mrs. Gwendolyn Colly-
more
Mr. Duncan Providence
Mr. Festus A. Toney
Mr. Lisle W. Brown


Electoral District.


North Leeward
South Leeward
Kingstown
West St. George
East St. George
South Windward

Central Windward
North Windward
Grenadines


Address.


Troumaca
Layou
Montrose
Frenches
Calliaqua
Evesham

Park Hill
Georgetown
Union Island


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130 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 APRIL, 1961.-(No. 20.)


Final Counting of Votes.

The final counting of votes will take place on the day following Polling Day
at the undermentioned buildings, beginning at 8.00 a.m.

Nalm of Officer. Electoral District. Place for Final Counting of
Votes.

Mr. H. H. Hamilctt .. North Leeward Barrouallie Police Station
Mr. C. T. King .. South Leeward Layou Police Station
Mr. M. V. Williams .. Kingstown Court House
Mr. T. M. Saunders .. West St. George Cotton Ginnery
Mr. D. A. Nile East St. George Calliaqua Police Station
Mr. Egbert Samuel .. South Windward Mesopotamia Police Station
Mr. H. E. A. Daisley (Jr.) Central Windward Colonarie Police Station
Mr. E. R. Hannaway .. North Windward Georgetown Police Station
Mr. H. A. Robcrtson .. Grenadines Bequia Court Room


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.
7th April, 1961.

ATTENDANCE OF DISTRICT REGISTRARS AT THEIR DISTRICTS
FOR PERFORMANCE OF DUTIES.

The undermentioned District Registrars shall attend for the performance
of their duties at their Districts every day, from the hour of eight thirty
o'clock in the forenoon to three o'clock in the afternoon, except on Sunday
and any Bank or Public Holiday:-


District Registry
Kingstown
Calliaqua
Mesopotamia
Georgetown
Bridgetown/Biabou
Layou
Barrouallie
Chateaubelair
Colonarie
Sandy Bay
Lowmans Wd.
Bequia
Union Island
Mustique
Canouan
Mayreau

Registrar General's Department,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
12th April, 1961.


Name of Officer
The Deputy Registrar
The District Postmistress
The District Postmistress
The Revenue Officer-in-Charge
The District Postmistress
The District Postmistress
The Revenue Officer-in-Charge
The District Postmistress
The District Postmistress
The Dispenser
The District Postmistress
The Revenue Officer-in-Charge
The District Officer
The Head Teacher, Government School
Miss Dorothy DeRoche, Retreat
The District Postmaster
H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar General.


CINEMA SITE-STONY GROUND,
MONTROBE.

Offers in writing are invited for the
sale of a certain lot of land, the property
of the Central Housing and Planning
Authority, at Stony Ground in the Town
of Kingstown, measuring 23,893 square
feet, as shown in a plan numbered
G 4/17, dated 22nd October, 1980, and
Registered in the Surveys Office at Kings-
town.


The successful applicant would be re-
required to commence the construction
of a Cinema on the said land within a
reasonable time after purchase, and to
complete the said construction within
three years from the date of purchase.
Only applications from bona fide per-
sons or firms, desirous, competent and
financially able to construct a cinema
on the site will be considered.
The Authority does not bind itself to
accept any offer made.














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In the event of a sale of the said land,
a term of the deed of Conveyance would
be a reversion of the land to the Author-
ity should the Purchaser not complete
the Cinema building in the time required.
Terms of sale Cash within one month
of the date when the successful Pur-
chaser is notified by the Authority that
his offer has been accepted.
The successful purchaser would be
subject to the terms of a Scheme for the
said land as approved by the Executive
Council and published on the 28th day of
March, 1961.
Offers should be submitted in writing
addressed to the Executive Officer and
Secretary, on or before the 15th April,
1961, and distinctly marked on the en-
velope, "OFFERS FOR PURCHASE OF
LANDS FOR CINEMA SITE."

B. R. NEEHALL,
Executive Oficer and Secretary,
Central Housing & Planning
Authority.
1st April, 1961.


COURT NOTICE.

ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT.

IN THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS COURT OF
APPEAL.

Take notice that the above name
Court will be convened at the Cour
House, Kingstown, on Monday the 17tl
day of April, 1961, at 10.00 o'clock in th
forenoon for the purpose of hearing Ap
peals from the Magistrate Courts.
All persons having filed appeals fron
the decision of the Magistrate are here
by kindly asked to give their persona
attention and attendance.

H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar, Supreme Cour
Registrar's Office,
Kingstown.
28th March, 1961.


POLICE NOTICES.

MINISTRIES YARD.

It is promulgated for the information
of all concerned that with effect froi
Monday, 10th April, 1961, Traffic ente
ing or leaving the Ministries Yai
will conform to a system of One WE
Traffic.


MOTOR VEHICLE EXIT.
Exit will be by way of Post Office into
Back Street.
Buses and trucks are prohibited from
parking in this area.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Kingstown,
8th April, 1961.


DRIVING PERMITS.


A large number of holders of Driving
Permits have failed to have these per-
mits renewed. It is notified for general
information that it is a breach of the
Motor Vehicle Ordinance for any person
to drive a Motor Vehicle without a valid
driving permit.
2. Persons found offending will be
prosecuted.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Kingstown,
8th April, 1961.


AUCTION SALE.


The following articles will be put up
for sale by Public Auction at Police
Headquarters on Wednesday 19th April,
1961, at 11.00 a.m.

t 4 Tins Nescafe
4 ,, Ovaltine
e 12 Packets Edinburgh Cigarettes
S 1 7-lb. bag Trebor Sweets
2 Cartons Edinburgh Cigarettes
2 Tins Plumrose Meat
S 1 Tin Trebor Sweets
S 1 7-lb. Bag Sweets
S 1 Bottle Spanish Olive
1 Carton Lucky Strike
1 Tin Pork Shoulder
15 Cakes Lux Soap
S 1 Basket
19 Small tins Condensed Milk
3 1-lb. Tins Nomad Milk
1 1-lb. Tin Nescafe
2 Plates
2 Bolts White Linen
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent, W.I.
29th March, 1961
En
m
r- NOTICE.
rd
The Government Housing Loans Board


is in the advanced stage of procuring a
MOTOR VEHICLE ENTRANCE. loan of 30,000 from Barclays Bank. The
Board has decided that prospective bor-
ntry will be by Way of Back Street rowers should submit applications on
near Barclays Bank. the prescribed form. Copies of such













132 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 APRIL, 1961.-(No. 20.)


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.
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-Commssioned 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.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.


CAMDEN PARK EXPERIMENT
STATION.


SBaL Or CITmus AND PEANUT PLANTS.


The Public is notified that we now
have available for Sale a large Quantity
of Citrus Plants at 50# 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.
21st March, 1961.


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SAINT VINCENT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1961, No. 9.


COTTON PROTECTION (CLOSE SEASON) ORDER.


(Gazetted 11th April, 1961.)


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Cotton Protection
(Close Season) Order, 1961.

2. Close Season. The period beginning on the 1st day of May 1961,
and ending on the 15th day of August, 1961, for the Island of Saint Vincent, and
the period beginning on the 15th day of April, 1961, and ending on the 30th day
of June, 1961, for the St. Vincent Grenadines shall be close seasons within the
meaning of the Cotton Protection Ordinance, (Cap 37).


Made by the Administrator in Council under section 3 of the Cotton Protec-
tion Ordinance (Cap 37) this 10th day of April, 1961.

WINSTON B. W. JACOBS,
Clerk of Executive Council.

(B. 14/1951).


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