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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


P ablht d bil luthorit .


VOL. 94.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 27 JUNE, 1961. [No. 34.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES. No. 201.
PRE-RETIREMENT LEAVE.
No. 199. Mr. I. D. B. CHARLES, Financial Sec-
CONTRACTURAL APPOINTMENT. retary, has been granted 111 days vaca-
tion leave with effect from 14th June,
His Honour the Administrator has 1961 prior to retirement from the
been pleased to approve the appointment Service.
of Dr. K. BAKSH as a District Medical 27th June, 1961.
Officer, St. Vincent, on contract for ; (P.F. 265 II.)
period of three years in the first instance
with effect from 15th February, 1961. No. 202.
27th June, 1961. VACATION LEAVE.
(P.F. 1169.)


No. 200,
APPOINTMENTS.
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE DISTRICT
COMMITTEE, MAYREAU.
In accordance with the provisions of
Section 7 (2) (c) of the Public Assis-
tance Ordinance, 1957, (No. 20 of 1957)
the following persons have been ap-
pointed to serve on the District Com-
mittee for Mayreau for a period of one
year with effect from 1st May, 1961.
Mr. EGERTON SCOTT
Mrs. ANESTA SCOTT
Miss JESTINA ALEXANDER
Mr. CHARLES WALTERS.
27th June, 1961.
(S.8. 180.)


Mr. DAVID KING, Chief Mechanic,
Public Works Department, has been
granted 42 days vacation leave with
effect from 21st June, 1961.
27th June, 1961.
(P.F. 535.)

No. 203.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.
Mr. P. D. CRICHTON, Acting Principal
Secretary, Ministry of Finance as
Financial Secretary with effect from
14th June, 1961, and until further
notice.
27th June, 1961.
(P.F. 91.)

No. 204.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.
Copies of the Legislative Council
Proceedings and Debates (Hansard)


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200 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 27 JUNE, 1961.-(No. 34.)
., ;" 2- JUNE 1961.


in the First Session (19578-:958). held
on 9th January, 1958, an&6t Faebruary,
1958, which may be seen at Government
Office, the Kingstown Library, and at all
Revenue Offices, are published with this
issue of the Gazette.
27th June, 1961.

No. 205. .
The Report on the General Elections
held on the 20th April, 1961, is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette.'
27th June, 1961.

No. 196.
Impending Visit to St. Vincent of Visa
Officer, American Consulate General,
Trinidad.

It is notified for general information
that Mr. William F. Beachner, Vice
Consul in the American Consulate Gen-
eral, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, accom-
panied by an assistant, will arrive in
St. Vincent on Thursday, 29th June,
1961 at 12.05 p.m.
Mr. Beachner will be available to the
public at the Court House, Kingstown
from 2.00 p.m.-5.00 p.m. on Thursday
29th June, 1961 and from 8.00 a.m.-
12 noon and 2.00 p.m.-5.00 p.m. on
Friday, June 30th, 1961 for the purpose
of extending non-immigrant facilities
and other Consular services to this Ter-
ritory.
20th June, 1961.
(:127.)
By Command,
E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
27th June, 1961.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICE.

OFFERS OF EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
RY MEMBER STATES OF THE
UNITED NATIONS.

Information has been received by the
Secretary-General of the United Nations
that:-
1. The Government of Ceylon has
renewed its previous offer of three
scholarships to students from non-
self-governing territories, one to
pursue secondary education, one


to study'draughting and another
Sone to study surveying and level-
ling in' Ceylon. The latter two
scholarships are for Secondary
School ,graduates and are of one
S.' year's duration. The secondary
education scholarship is for stu-
dents holding the Jr. Cambridge
School certificate and is of four
.,year's duration.
2. The Government of Turkey has
renewed its previous offer of five
scholarships to students from
Trust and non-self-governing ter-
ritories for technical and voca-
tional training for the academic
year 1962-63. The Permanent
Representative of Turkey requests
that applications for these scholar-
ships should be filed after 31st
October, 1961.
Applicants are requested to supply
detailed- information regarding their
qualifications and experience in their
letter of application and this should be
accompanied by supporting documents
to reach the Education Officer, Kings-
town, St. Vincent, not later than 31st
July, 1961.
JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
Acting Education Officer.
Education Department,
Kingstown,
22nd June, 1961.

POLICE NOTICE.

PEDESTRIAN CROSSING.

It has been observed that motorists
are not assisting Pedestrians in the use
of Pedestrian Crossings in Kingstown,
and Pedestrians are very hesitant to
use these Crossings.
In several cases brought to notice of
Police, cars have stopped to permit
Pedestrians to cross and other cars
have driven on the Crossing without
paying any attention to the Pedestrians
making use of the Crossing.
The attention of the Public is drawn
to 8.R. & 0. No. 6 of 1956 which reads
as follows:-
"Pedestrian Crossing: A Pedes-
trian Cro.Asilg is that portion of a
road contained between two yellow
lines marked on the surface of the
road, such lines running parallel to
each other and leading from one side
of such road to the other. The ap-
proach to a pedestrian crossing is in-
dicated by a traffic sign consisting of
a yellow circular board with the
words "Please cross here" printed
thereon in black letters.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 27 JUNE, 1961.-(No. 34.) 20


Drivers of Vehicles to stop if ped-
estrian walking within crossing. The
driver of every vehicle shall stop his
vehicle at the first line of a crossing
if there is a pedestrian going from
one side of the road to the other
within such crossing.
Drivers of vehicles approaching
crossing to stop if necessary. The
driver of every vehicle approaching
a crossing shall, unless he can see
that there is no pedestrian thereon,
proceed at such speed as to be able,
if necessary, to stop before reaching
such crossing.
* Pedestrian to have precedence
over vehicular traffic at crossing. The
driver of every vehicle at or ap-
proaching a crossing where traffic is
not for the time being controlled by
a police constable, shall allow free
and uninterrupted passage to any
pedestrian who is within such cross-
ing, and every such pedestrian shall
hIoirLi v 'ninar c nceoVer all VPhlPeular


PARKING IN P.W.D. YARD.

Approval has been given for a
limited number of private cars to park
in the P.W.D. yard, Kingstown, and
parking lanes have been provided ac-
cordingly. Parking will be allowed in
the lanes only, as other spaces will be
reserved for the cars of P.W.D. Offi-
cers and for P.W.D. vehicles. Trucks
and Hired Cars will not be allowed to
park in the Compound.
No-parking areas will also be de-
fined, and parking therein is strictly
prohibited.
A. W. DALRYMPLE,
Superintendent of Works.
31st May, 1961.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

Sale of Plants-Botanic Gardens and
Camden Park Experimental Station.


traffic at such crossing. It is notified for general information
Drivers of vehicles not to stop up- that supplies of the following plants
on crossing. No driver of a vehicle are now available at the below men-
shall cause such vehicle or any part tioned stations:-
thereof to stop upon any crossing, un- CAMDEN PARK.
less either- 130 grafted mangoes (Julie, Ceylon,
(a) he is prevented from proceed- Imperial and Hayden) at $1.00
ing by circumstances beyond per plant.
his control, or 5( budded Avocado pears (Sim-
(b) It is necessary for him to stop monds, Pollock and Lula) at 75
to avoid an accident, per plant.
Pedestrians not to remain upon 1,200 budded citrus plants of the fol-
crossing longer than necessary. No lowing varieties:-
pedestrian shall remain upon any ()ranges-Valencia, Parson Browne,
crossing longer than is necessary for Lue Gim Gong, Jaffa and Pine-
the purpose of passing from one side apple.
of the road to the other with reason- Grapefruit-Marsh Seedless.
able despatch. All citrus plants are priced at 50S
Penalty. Any person who commits ach.
a breach of any of these Regulations Pineapples.-20 per plant.
shall be liable on summary conviction BOTANIC GARDENS.
to a fine not exceeding ten dollars".
The Chief of Police has issued in- 500 grafted mangoes (Julie, Ceylon,
structions that all motorists found of- Imperial and Hayden) at $1.00
fending will be prosecuted. per plant.
250 budded Avocado pears (Sim-
S. A. ANDERSON, monds, Pollock and Lula) at 750
Chief of Police. per plant.
14th June, 1961. 800 budded citrus plants of the fol-
lowing varieties:-
Oranges-Valencia, Parson Browne,
WATER NOTICE. Pineapple, Lue Gim Gong, Wash-
ington Navel and Jaffa.
PAYMENT OF WATER RATES. Mandarin-King 'Orange'.
The general public is hereby re- Limes- Dominican.
minded that Water Rates for premises Tangerines and Grapefruit.
etc. outside of Kingstown are due to be All citrus plants are priced at 500
paid at the Public Works Department, each.
Kingstown by 30th June, 1961. Pineapples-2( per plant.
F. G. THOMAS, HUGH S. McCONNIE,
for Superintendent of Works. Superintendent of Agriculture.


13th June, 1961.


15th June, 1961.












202 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 27 JUNE, 19.61.-(No. 4.)


AGRICULTURAL NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general inforination that a new shipment of vege-
table seeds has arrived and will be on sale 'at the office of the Department"of
Agriculture on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between the hours
of 9 a.m. and 12 noon and from 1 p.m. to, 3 p.m., and on Wednesdays and Satur-
days between the hours of 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

The prices are as follows:-
1 oz. 1/2 oz. 1/ oz. 1 pk.
Cabbage Early Jersy Wakefield .. 650 350 184 100
,, Succession ,, ,
S Flat Dutch .. ,
,, Copenhagen Market ,, ,, .,
Earliana .. 750 380 20 120
Mammoth Red Rock .. 800 420 220 1i4
Wisconsin Hollander $1.05 55 280 15
Tomatoes Marglobe .. 1.10 580 30f 16t
Beefsleak 1.15 600 324 18
Stone .. 1.12 600 320 18f
,, Maifilucie 1.25 650 350 200
Carrots Chantenay 5. 0 270 140 80
,, Oxeart .. 520 280 150 8(
Tendersweet 500 270 140 8
Goldinhart .. 500 27 140 84
Gold Pak 550 300 160 10a
Cucumber White Spine .. 450 25 130 80
Black Diamond .. 450 250 130 80
Brussel Sprout, Improved .. $1.00 520 28# 150
Eggplant, Black Beauty .. 1.12 580 300 160
Turnips, Purple Top .. 300 160 100 -
Pepper, California Wonder .$5.75 $2.86 $1.44 750
Watermelon, Dixie Queen .. 2.27 1.15 580 300
Celery, Giant Pascal .. 5.32 2.66 $1.34 670
Lettuce, Mignonette .. 440 220 120 -
S Imperial 64# 320 160 120
S Salad Bowl .$1.46 750 388 200
,, Burpe Greenhart .. 1.37 69# 350 180
HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
27th May, 1961.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[Price 30 cents.]












ELECTORAL OFFICE,
St. Vincent, W.I.
30th May, 1961.
His Honour the Administrator,
Government Office,
Kingstown,
SAINT VINCENT.

Your Honour,
In accordance with section 52 (6) of the Legislative Council (Elections)
Ordinance, 1951, (No. 13 of 1951), I have the honour to submit herewith my
report on the General Election, 1961.

2. I wish, to place on record my sincerest gratitude to Mr. E. B. John,
Assistant Supervisor, of Elections, and Mrs. Edna DaSilva, Clerk of the Elec-
toral Office, for the ready and whole-hearted assistance given me during the
whole election period.
3. My warmest thanks and appreciation are also tendered to the follow-
ing Heads of the departments and individuals:
(a) The Crown Surveyor and his Staff-for assisting in the plotting
of the boundaries of the 94 polling divisions; for the use of land rovers
at various stages of preparations for Elections and on polling day.
(b) The Chief of Police-for use of his public address system, for
putting at my disposal the use of his telecommunication sets on Polling
Day, thus enabling me to receive results from all parts of the territory at
an early hour, and for his general interest and co-operation evinced dur-
ing the whole election period.
(c) The Superintendent of Public Works-for the loan of buildings
for Polling Stations; for the use of trucks for moving screens; for making
new ballot boxes and re-conditioning the old ones.
(d) The Education Officer for the loan of screens, tables etc. for use
on Polling Day.
(e) The Government Printer and Staff-for working overtime to get
all printing done in time for the election.
(f) The Regular Police and Auxiliary Police also deserve a great
meed of praise for the splendid order kept at polling stations on Polling
Day.
(g) Mrs. Elsa Velox for kindly coming out of her home to assist the
Surveys Department in the preparation of the Electoral Maps.

4. I desire also to place on record my profoundest appreciation of the
assistance and co-operation received from the various Election Officers. The
good conduct of the electorate on Polling Day and the heavy polling were
partly due to the keen interest in the election by the political parties.

I have the honour to be,

Sir,

Your obedient servant,

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


















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REPORT ON THE GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON 20TH APRIL, 1961


This has been the fourth general election since the introduction of Adult
Suffrage and the first under the Advanced Constitution, giving a greater
measure of Internal Self-Government with nine elected seats instead of eight
as heretofore.

2. The year 1960 was declared an enumeration year and so new lists of
electors were prepared between the months of October, November and Decem-
ber.

3. Under the New Constitution St. Vincent was granted nine (9) elected
seats on the Legislative Council. The boundaries of these Nine Districts
were demarcated earlier in the year by a Bi-Partisan Committee appointed by
the Legislative Council under the Chairmanship of Senator E. A. C. Hughes.
The names of these nine (9) constituencies are as follows: North Leeward,
South Leeward, Kingstown, West St. George, East St. George, South Wind-
ward, Central Windward, North Windward and the Grenadines.

4. Owing to the change in the boundaries of all the electoral districts on
the mainland work had to be carried out with the Surveys Department to fix
the boundaries of the various Polling Divisions. This work was carried out
during the months of September and the first half of October. During this
period opportunity was also taken to address school children in various parts
of the island concerning the change in polling divisions and the coming re-
gistration of electors.
5. Registration Officers, Assistant Registration Officers and Enumerators
were appointed on 17th October, 1960. These officers were trained for their
duties at a General Meeting at the Court House, Kingstown, and also at
branch meetings at Barrouallie, Richmond Hill School, Stubbs Government
School and Colonarie Roman Catholic School.

6. On the 20th October a proclamation was issued by His Honour the
Administrator declaring 26th October, 1960, to be the "Appointed Day" for the
commencement of enumeration. The enumeration lasted for 10 days to the 4th
November, 1960.
7. On the 5th November the Preliminary Lists certified by the enumera-
tors were transmitted to the Supervisor of Elections.
8. The Preliminary Lists were typed by the Supervisor of Elections in
quadruplicate, checked by the Registration Officers, certified again by the
Enumerators, and posted up on two buildings in each polling division, on 1st
December, 1960. These lists remained posted up for twenty days.

9. At this stage the attention of the public was drawn to the revision
procedures by Notices in the Press, by broadcast talks throughout the island,
and by personal talks by the Supervisor of Elections over the public address
system.
10. Registration Rules 18, and 23 to 32 dealing with claims for inclusion,
objections to claims, and correction of lists by Registration Officers, were
fully complied with by all officers.

11. On 3rd February, 1961, the Registration Officers certified two copies
of the finally revised lists of electors, sent one copy to the Supervisor of Elec-
tions and retained one copy. The printing of the lists was proceeded with
immediately.
12. As provided for in the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance as
amended by Ordinance No. 9 of 1960, the names of all persons serving in the
Police Eorce were extracted from the lists of electors by the Supervisor of
Elections and a Police Voters List was prepared.

13. On 18th of March, 1961, His Honour the Administrator, by proclama-
tion published in the Government Gazette, brought into force the 1961 list of
electors.














14. The Returning Officers and Election Clerks were appointed on 2nd
March, 1961 while the Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks were appointed on
5th April, 1961, the day following Nomination Day.
"15. Writs of Election were issued by his Honour the Administrator on
16th Mawch, 1961, and the Supervisor of Elections immediately gave notice
of the issue of the Writs and of the time and places fixed for the Nomination
of Candidates. Nomination Day was fixed for 4th April and Polling Day for
20th April.

16. Arrangements were made for 114 Polling Stations, 23 more than the
last General Election in 1957. The number of Electoral Districts was in-
creased to 9 while the number of Polling Divisions increased from 74 to 92.

17. On 4th April twenty candidates were nominated-9 by the People's
Political Party, 9 by the St. Vincent Labour Party, and 2 independents. The
printing of the required number of ballot papers began immediately.
18. The recognized political parties applied for and were given the
symbols of their choice. The two independents were given their symbols on
Nomination Day.

19. Opportunity was taken by the Supervisor of Elections and his Assis-
tant to travel throughout the length and breadth of St. Vincent and the St.
Vincent Grenadines giving instructions to Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks,
also in speaking to the electorate on the method of voting and the importance
of going to the polls on Polling Day. The attention of the electorate was also
drawn to the various Election offences.
20. Polling for the Police Force took place on 18th April, and for the
general electorate on 20th April. 23,976 persons or 77% of a total electorate
of 31,086 went to the polls. There were 658 rejected ballots. A summary of
votes cast appears in Table 1 of this Report.
21. The election was most keenly contested yet the conduct of the elec-
torate remained commendable throughout.
22. Table 2 shows, by Polling divisions the number of votes polled for
each candidate, the number of rejected ballots and the number of names on
list of electors for each electoral district.

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.
26th May, 1961.











TABLE 1

Summary of Votes Cast Percentage

Total number of electors on lists 31,086

Total number of ballots east 23,976 77 %

Total number of rejected ballots 658 2.7%


Total number of accepted ballots


_- 23,318 97.3%











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TABLE 2

SUMMARY OF VOTES CAST
Summary by polling divisions of the number of votes polled for each candidate, the number of rejected
ballots, and the number of names on the lists of electors for the Electoral District of North Leeward.


Polling No. of Names No. of ballots Rejected Ballots cast for Candidates
Station No. on list of cast including Ballots
Electors rejected ballots J. A. Ferdinand E. Slater


1 375 311 5 21 285
2 284 250 4 40 206
2a 240 215 3 28 184
3 380 332 4 28 300
4 372 339 5 97 237
5 818 294 1 226 67
6 351 322 8 297 17
7 227 192 1 145 46
8 251 201 1 109 91
8a 208 173 2 97 74
9 326 277 0 178 99
9a 312 258 3 176 79
^____________________ _____________________________


SUMMARY OF VOTES CAST
Summary by polling divisions of the number of votes polled for each candidate, the number of
rejected ballots, and the number of names on the lists of electors for the Electoral District of South Leeward

Polling No. of Names No. of ballots Rejected Ballots cast for Candidates
Station on list of cast including Ballots
No. Electors rejected ballots G. A. O'Brien G. O. Walker H; F. Young


1 282 229 2 3 43 181
la 239 191 4 44 143
2 250 211 5 1 15 190
2a 251 211 6 1 17 187
3 415 325 6 45 274*
4 274 219 5 10 19 185
5 279 233 11 5 50 167
6 266 173 2 3 24 144
6a 308 209 14 4 33 158
7 276 213 17 1 75 120
8 354 277 7 8 145 117
9 249 189 4 3 i 76 106
10 324 235 16 2 155 62













SUMMARY OF VOTES CAST

Summary by polling divisions of the number of votes polled for each candidate, the number of
rejected ballots, and the number of names on the lists of electors for the Electoral District of Kingstown.


No. of ballots.
cast including
rejected ballots


A. C. G. Allen


118
71
82
53
71
59
127
93
88
111
109
101
149
106
71
128
133


H. K. Tannis


114
117
79
53
108
SO
149
154
122
47
49
A1
73
144
i21
43
42


SUMMARY OF VOTES CAST

Summary by polling divisions of the number of votes polled for each candidate, the number of
rejected ballots, and the number of names on the lists of electors for the Electoral District of West St. George.


No. of Names
on list of
Electors


306
316
372
186
155
396
189
322
159
348
340
389


No. of ballots
cast including
rejected ballots


220
257
271
139
106
296
150
250
122


265


Rejected
Ballots


5
14
8
4
2
9
4
6
1
4
19
12


Ballots cast for Candidates


J. A. Baynes


99
47
60
38
88
84
73
109
66
115
62
69


H; A. Haynes


116
196
203
97
16
203
73
135
55
128
179
184


Polling
Station No.


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9'
10
11
12













SUMMARY OF VOTES CAST

Summary by polling divisions of the number of votes polled for each candidate, the number of
rejected ballots, and the number of names on the lists of Electors for the Electoral District of East St. George.


No. of Names
on list of
Electors


No. of ballots
cast including
rejected ballots


Rejected
Ballots

-I __ _______ _
8
4
6
7
3
9
9
24
3
7
9
3
3


Ballots cast for Candidates


R. M. Cato


Egerton Richards


67
44
55
215
106
68
71
100
45
50
31
50
107


SUMMARY OF VOTES CAST


Summary by polling divisions of the number of votes polled for each candidate,"
rejected ballots, and the number of names on the lists of electors for the Electoral District
ward.


the number of
of South Wind-


Ballots cast for Candidates

Donnelly Bacchus L. C. Latham


141 32
119 22
68 119
94 -220
19 100
17 92
24 238
91 117
93 90
92 63
15 192
6 189
34 152
13 127
15 146


Polling
Station No.


1
la
2
8
4
5
6.
7 ,
8
8a
9
9s
10
11
x


258
212
291
407
138
170
357
280
251
215
249
233
309
232
223


Rejected
Ballots


2
3
7
7
1
13
12
6
3
3
4
4
8
6
14


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SUMMARY OF VOTES CAST

Summary by polling divisions of the number of votes polled for each candidate, the number of
rejected ballots, and the number of names on the lists of electors for the Electoral District of Central Wind-
ward.


No. of Names
on list of
Electors


No. of ballots
cast including
rejected' ballots


402
238
397
269
269
382
252
239
215
220
299


Rejected
Ballots


22
10
18
8
11
12
7
3
7
8
15


Ballots cast for Candidates


G. H. Charles


E; T. Joshua


22 213
20 154
72 236
155 44
164 30
119 147
30 155
14 132
17 131
32 145
51 170


SUMMARY OF VOTES CAST

Summary by polling divisions of the number of votes polled for each candidate, the number of
rejected ballots, and the number of names on the lists of electors for the Electoral District of North Wind-
ward.


Polling
Station No.


1
2
3
4
4a
5
6
7
7a
8
9


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SUMMARY OF VOTES CAST

Summary by polling divisions of the number of votes polled for each candidate, the number of
rejected ballots, and the number of names on the lists of electors for the Electoral District of the Grenadines.


No. of Names
on list of
Electors


267
336
311
308
273
53
236
57
129
306


No. o
cast
reject


f ballots
including
ed ballots


218
265
194
248
214
32
188
46
107
253


Rejected
Ballots


1
4
1
5
2
1
2

1
5


Ballots

A. K. Mitchell


19
15
14
7
3
5
73
45
76
229


Cast for Candidates


C. Mitchell


C. L. Tannis


125
214
121
29
21
5
84

30
15


Polling
Station
No.


1
2
3
4
4a
5
6
7
8
9




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