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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

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VOL. 99.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1966. [No. 21.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 56.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE 1946
(No. 22 of 1946)
AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE ACQUISITION by the Administrator in Council
of a certain parcel of land at Langley Park in the Parish of Charlotte for
a public purpose.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND.
(SECOND PUBLICATION.)
(Gazetted 22nd March, 1966.)
WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
1946 (No. 22 of 1946) that if the Administrator in Council considers that any
land should be acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to
that effect to be made.
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Administrator in Council that the
undermentioned parcel of land should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit,
the preparation and implementation of a housing scheme to re-settle families
from the Basin Iole, Mt. Bentinck Bay Road and Orange Hill Estates.
Now IT Is HEREBY DECLARED by His Honour the Administrator acting
in accordance with the advice of the Executive Council of the Colony of Saint
Vincent that upon the Second Publication of this Declaration in the Gazette
all that parcel of land at Langley Park in the Parish of Charlotte the property
of Mr. Basil Balcombe measuring in Area fifteen acres three roods and twenty
poles and bounded on the North by the Basin Hole Housing Scheme on the
South and West by the remaining lands of Basil Balcombe and on the East
by the Windward Highway shall vest absolutely in the Crown.



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118 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1966.-(No. 21.)


AND IT IS HEREBY FURTHER DECLARED AND NOTIFIED that a plan bearing
the Number C 302 showing the above mentioned parcel of land has been pre-
pared by Clifford W. R. Williams Licensed Land Surveyor and lodged on the
15th day of October 1965 at the Lands and Surveys Department of Kingstown
in the said Colony and can be inspected at all reasonable hours at the said
Department.

Dated at Kingstown this 14th day of March, 1966.

GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


No. 63.
LEGISLATION.

The undermentioned Ordinance which
has been assented to by His Honour the
Acting Administrator is published with
this issue of the Gazette:-

No. 3 of 1966.-An Ordinance to
provide further for the service of
the Colony for the year ending the
thirty-first day of December, One
thousand nine hundred and sixty-
five.
22nd March, 1966.


No. 55.
VACANT POSTS.

VACANT POST OF DENTAL SURGEON,
ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
post of Dental Surgeon, St. Vincent,
particulars of which are as follows:-
Appointament:
The post is pensionable, but ap-
pointment (non-pensionable) may be
on contract for a period of 3 years in
the first instance. A gratuity of
121/'/ of salary is payable to con-
tract ...ii. ,I- on the successful comple-
tion of their contract. The Officer
will be subject to the Colonial Regu-
lations and local General Orders
for the time being in force in so far
as they are applicable. The appoint-
ment will be subject to medical fitness.
Salary:
The salary is in the scale of $5,280
X 240-7T,440. The successful candi-
date may be appointed at a point in
the scale commensurate with his
qualifications and experience.
Qualifications:
Applicants should possess, a Dental
Qualification registrable in St. Vin-
cent, and should have had at least
three years post-graduate experience
in Practical Dentliilry and some
experience in Social Dentistry.


Quarters:
Quarters are not provided, but in
the event that Government quarters
become available, the officer will be
required to pay rental not exceeding
10(). of his salary, or 5% of the as-
sessed value of the quarters whichever
is the less. A rent differential is pay-
able in the event of quarters not being
available.
Leavc and Leave Passages:
Vacation leave on full salary will
be granted as follows:-
(a) In the case of a permanent ap-
pointment, at the rate of 45
days for each period of 12
consecutive months resident
service;
(b) In the case of a contract, at the
rate of 1 week for each com-
pleted period of 3 months resi-
dent service, such leave to be
taken on the satisfactory com-
pletion of the period of the
officer's engagement.
Leave passages are provided in ac-
cordance with local regulations.
Passages:
Free passages from place of domi-
cile to St. Vincent will be provided for
the officer, his wife and children, not
exceeding 5 persons in all, on first ap-
pointment; children to be under 18
years of age and dependent on the
officer. In the case of an officer ap-
pointed on contract free passages back
to place of domicile will be provided
on the satisfactory completion of the
period of the officer's engagement.
Medical Attention:
Free medical attention and medi-
cines are not provided.
Duties:
Private practice is permitted, pro-
vided that it does not interfere with
the proper performance of his official
duties. The person engaged shall not,
either directly or indirectly, engage
or be concerned in any other services
or business whatsoever, excepting
private practice, or receive commis-
sions or profits of any kind, except













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1966.-(No. 21.) 119


fees from private practice, but shall
devote the whole of his time and at-
tention to the service of the Govern-
ment and shall use his utmost exer-
tions to promote the interests of the
Government. He shall conform to the
General or Standing Orders of the
Government, and to the Colonial
Regulations for the time being in
force in so far as the same are appli-
cable.

General:
Government Officers are liable to
taxation imposed by local legislation.
8th March, 1966.

No. 64.
POST OF HEADMASTER GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for appoint-
ment to the post of Headmaster, Gram-
mar School, St. Vincent, The West
Indies.

Appointment:
The School is a Government Insti-
tution with an enrollment at present
of 327 pupils. The post is pensionable.
The appointment may however be on
contract for a period of three years
if preferred. In this event, a gra-
tuity at the rate of 121/% of salary
will be payable on the satisfactory
conclusion of the contract. The Offi-
cer will be subject to the Colonial
Regulations and local General Orders
for the time being in force in so far
as they are applicable. The appoint-
ment will be subject to medical fitness
and will be on probation for a period
of one year in the first instance.

Salary:
The salary of the post is in the
scale $6,084 X 240-$7,044. The
point of entry into the salary scale
will be determined according to the
qualifications and experience of the
candidate.

Qualifications:
Applicants should possess a Degree
of a University within the British
Commonwealth, and must have had
experience of teaching in a Secondary
School.

Quarters:
Quarters are not provided.

Passage:
Free first class passage to St. Vin-
cent will be provided for the officer,


and if married, for his wife and chil-
dren under eighteen years and depen-
dent on him up to a maximum of five
passages in all.
Medical Attention:
Free Medical attention and medi-
cines are not provided.
Taxation:
All Government Officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legisla-
tion.
Applications giving full particulars,
qualifications and experience of the
applicant, and accompanied by three
testimonials (which will not be return-
ed) should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, St. Vincent, and should
reach him not later than 30th April,
1966.
22nd March, 1966.

No. 65.
POST OF HEADMISTRESS (GRADUATE)
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL, ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for appoint-
nment to the post of Headmistress
(Gradulate), Girls' High School, St.
Vincent, The West Indies.
Appointment:
The School is a Government Insti-
tution with an enrolment at present
of 288 pupils. The post is pensionable.
The appointment may however be on
contract for a period of three years
if preferred. In this event a gratuity
at the rate of 121C/o of salary will be
payable on the satisfactory conclusion
of the contract. The Officer will be
subject to the Colonial Regulations
and local General Orders for the time
being in force in so far as they are
applicable.
The appointment will be subject to
medical fitness and will be on proba-
tion for a period of one year in the
first instance.
Salary:
The salary of the post is in the scale
$6,084 X 240-$7,044. The point of
entry into the salary scale will be
determined according to the qualifica-
tions and experience of the candidate.
Qualifications:
Applicants should possess a Degree
of a University within the British
Commonwealth, and must have had
experience of teaching in a Secondary
School.
Quarters:
Quarters are not provided.












120 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1966.-(No. 21.)


Passage:
Free first class passage to St. Vin-
cent will be provided.

Medical Attention:
Free medical attention and medi-
cines are not provided.

Taxation:
All (Government Officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legisla-
tion.

Applications giving full particulars,
qualifications and experience of the
applicant, and accompanied by three
testimonials (which will not be return-
ed) should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, St. Vincent, and should
reach him not later than 30th April
1966.


By Command,

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Chief Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
22nd March, 1966.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

TENDERS FOR INSURANCE OF
GOVERNMENT OWNED
MOTOR VEHICLES.

Tenders are invited for the insurance
of Government owned Motor Vehicles
for the period 1st April, 1966 to 31st
March, 1967.
The number of vehicles for which in-
surance is required is 95 and tenders
should include quotations for insurance
against (a) Third Party Risks (b)
Third Party Fire and Theft.
The list of vehicles and insurable
value of each may be obtained on re-
quest from the Accountant General.
Tenders which will be received up to
3.00 p.m. Friday 18th March, 1966
must be sealed and addressed to the
Chairman. Public Tenders Committee,
Ministry of Finance, Kingstown and
distinctly marked on the envelope
"Tenders for the Insurance of Govern-
ment owned Motor Vehicles".
The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender and
reserves the power of accepting any part
of a tender.
Ministry of Finance.
4th March, 1966.
(M.F. 230.)


PRESS RELEASE.


NEW PLANS OF KINGSTOWN.


The Lands and Surveys Department
has received supplies of new plans of
Kingstown (Scale 1/2500) priced at 75
(W.I.) each prepared from records in
the Departmenit. Interested persons are
invited to call at the Survey Depart-
ment to purchase these plans.
Ministry for Communications
& Works,
Kingstown.
18th March, 1966.


NOTICE.


Under the Estate and Succession
Duties Ordinance No. 6 of 1939.


The attention of all Insurance Com-
panies is hereby drawn to Part VII
Miscellaneous Provisions Sec. 42(2) of
the Estate and Succession Duties Or-
dinance No. 6 of 1939 which require
Insurance Companies to notify the
Commissioner and furnish such par-
ticulars of the policy as may be neces-
sary upon the receipt of Notice of the
death of a Policy Holder. AND FUR-
TIER "No payment shall be made by
any insurance company to any person
claiming the Policy moneys on such a
policy unless a certificate has been ob-
tained from the Commissioner setting
forth that the duty............................. as been
paid or that no duty is payable.................."
Atte:l ion is also drawn to the
penalty under subsection 3 of the said
section in respect to contravention of
the Ordinance.
Accordingly all Insurance Com-
panies are hereby required to make
returns to the Estate Duty Commis-
sioner before the 15th April 1966 of
all policy holders dying within the
year 1966 and/or of all benefits paid
to persons upon the death of any policy
holder (within the year 1966). Such
returns in future must be forwarded
upon death of policy holders as re-
quired by the Ordinance.

H. M. SQUIRES,
Estate Duty Commissioner.
Tihe Regi-try,
Kingstown.
11th March, 1966.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1966.-(No. 21.) 121


NOTICE


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE, 1952.


In pursuance of the requirements of section 3 (2) (a) of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952, it is hereby notified for general informa-
tion that the Administrator in Council proposes to nmalk the undermentioned
Order under section 3 (1) of the said Ordinance.

2. Any person who objects to the making of such Order shall give notice
in writing of his objection, and of the grounds on which he relies in support
thereof, to the Clerk of the Executive Council on or before the 9th day of
April, 1966.

3. The notice issued in the Gazette of 7th September, 1965 (No. 55) and
all other like notices are hereby cancelled.

Dated this 14th day of March, 1966.

GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Clerk of Executive Council.

NOTE: This notice differs from the notices abovenimentioned in that the
pioneer products are extended to include foam-filled mattresses, foam pillows
and divans.


SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1966, No.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (MANUFACTURE OF SPRING-
FILLED MATTRESSES, FOAM-FILLED MATTRESSES, FOAM
PILLOWS AND DIVANS) ORDER.


(Gazetted 1966).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Manufacture of Spring-filled Mattresses, Foam-filled Mattresses, Foam Pillows
and Divans) Order, 1966.
2. Declaration of Pioneer Industry. The establishment, maintenance
and operation in the Colony of plant for the manufacture of spring-filled mat-
tresses, foam-filled mattresses, foam pillows and divans is hereby declared to
be a pioneer industry for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordin-
ance, 1952, and spring-filled mattresses, foam-filled mattresses, foam pillows
and divans so manufactured are hereby declared to be pioneer products for
the said purposes.


Made by the Administrator in Council under section 3 (1) of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952 (No. 5 of 1952) this day
of 1966.


Clerk of Executive Council.
(T.P. 746).












122 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1966.-(No. 21.)


NOTICE.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE, 1952.


In pursuance of the requirements of section 3 (2) (a) of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952, it is hereby notified for general informa-
tion that the Administrator in Council proposes to make the undermentioned
Order under Section 3 (1) of the said Ordinance.
Any person who objects to the making of such Order shall give notice in
writing of his objection, and of the grounds on which he relies in support
thereof, to the Clerk of Executive Council on or before the 15th day of April,
1966.
GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
Clerk of Executive Council.

17th day of March, 1966.

SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1966, No.

AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (CANNING OF LOCAL FOOD
OR OF LOCAL FOOD PRODUCTS) ORDER.

(Gazetted 1966).

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Canning of Local Food or of Local Food Products) Order, 1966.
2. Interpretation. In this Order:
"Canning" includes bottling.

3. Declaration. The establishment, maintenance and operation in the
Colony of plant for the canning of local food or of local food proudcts is
hereby declared to be a pioneer industry for the purposes of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952, and canned local food or canned local
food products are hereby declared to be pioneer products for the said purposes.

4. Cancellation. Without prejudice to any Order made pursuant thereto,
the Aid to Pioneer Industries (Canning of local Food Products) Order, 1953
(No. 21 of 1953) is hereby cancelled.


Made by the Administrator in Council under section 3 (1) of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952 (No. 5 of 1952) this day
of 1966.


Clerk of Executive Council.
(T.P. 466).

EXPLANATORY NOTE: This note is not part of this Order and is intended
only to explain its purport.
2. This Order is intended to extend the scope of pioneer protection to
all types of local food or local food products which are locally canned or
bottled.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY,


VACANT POST OF WARDEN OF
THE KINGSTOWN
TOWN BOARD.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
post of Warden of the Kingstown Town
Board.
Salary: The salary of the post, which
is pensionable, is in the scale of: $5,028
X$240-$5,988 per annum.
Qualification: Applicants must have
administrative experience. A knowledge
of Accounting and Building Construc-
tion will be an asset.
Duties: (1) The Warden shall be the
chief executive officer of the Board, and
shall perform all such duties as are or
may be conferred and imposed upon him
by order of the Board.
(2) The Warden shall attend the
meetings of the Board and of every
Committee, and shall keep minutes of
the proceedings of every such meeting.
(3) The Warden shall reside in
Kingstown.
Applications which shall be addressed
to the Chairmnan of the Kingstown Town
Board, Kingstown, St. Vincent, should
reach the Board's Office not later than
the 15th April, 1966.

C. E. JACKSON,
Acting Warden.
12th March, 1966.


NOTICE

BY AUTHORITY OF THE LOCAL
GOVERNMENT ORDINANCE.
NO. 17 OF 1951.

APPEALS AGAINST ASSESSMENT.

The Magistrate of the Third District
will hold a Special Session for the pur-
pose of hearing Appeals, of which due
Notice has been given, against Assess-
ment made by the Clerk of the under-
mentioned Urban District at the time
and place stated hereunder.

THIRD DISTRICT.
Port Elizabeth: On Friday 1st April
1966 at 10.00 a.m.


C. E. A. RAWLE,
Magistrate.


Magistrate's Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
2nd March, 1966.


INCOME TAX NOTICE.


TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.



Every person concerned, not being an
Employee, is hereby reminded that the
latest date for thb submission of Income
Tax Returns for assessment in the year
1966 is the 31st March, and that failure
to give notice of chargeability is an
offence against the Income Tax Ordin-
ance, 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 $600.00
is required to submit a return in the
prescribed form notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductions no tax
may eventually be chargeable, and par-
ticular attention is directed to the fact
that the term "income" is deemed to
include not only money but also allow-
ances 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 anyone 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 Department. Forms
may be obtained, on application, at the
Revenue Offices at Georgetown, Barrou-
allie, Bequia and Union Island, or in
any other district from the Police Sta-
tion situate therein or from the Income
Tax Department, Kingstown, where any
person requiring information in connec-
tion therewith is invited to enquire.

4. The form correctly completed
should be accompanied by all necessary
supporting statements. Specimens of
the form of account required from small
traders and from oceniers or cultiva-
tors of land will be supplied on request.


A. J. DaSILVA,
Inland Revenue Officcr.


Inland Revenue Office,
Kingstown.
1st March, 1966.


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124 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1966.-(No. 21.)


TREASURY NOTICE.


INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT.


Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the "Income Tax Ordinance," their properties having been
levied upon will be offered for sale at 10.30 a.m. on Saturday 2nd April, 1966
at the Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.



P. D. O'N. CRICHTON,
Accountant General.

Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
3rd March, 1966.


No. Name of Owner Situation of Description of
or Occupier Property Property


1. Brisbane, Douglas Villa 1 Fiat Motor Car P. 2053
2. Clarke, Alfred Mt. Pleasant Vauxhall Taxi H 29
3. DaSilva, Oliver Kingstown 1 Sunbeam Car P 2295
4. John, Conrad Mesopotamia Commer M/omnibus H 981
5. Lewis, Wilbert Stubbs Morris Truck T 1839
6. Ollivierre, Baldwin Kingstown 1 Anglia Motor Car P 2036
7. Roberts, Charles O. Edinboro 1 Dwelling House & Spot
8. Shoy, Irvin Kingstown 1 Singer Motor Car P. 1835
9. Toney, Jimmy Carriere Morris Truck T 1019


ST. VINCENT BANANA GROWERS
ASSOCIATION.

MARRIAQUA DISTRICT BRANCH

NOTICE OF MEETING.

All registered growers of the Marri-
aqua District Branch are invited to
attend a meeting of the Branch to be
held at the Community Hall, Mesopota-
mia, on Thursday, 24th March, 1966 at
7 p.m.
AGENDA.
1. Prayers.
2. Minutes.
3. Confirmation of minutes.


Matters arising out of minutes.
New Business:

(i) Outcome of Extraordinary
General Meeting.
(ii) Discussion on Union Propo-
sals.
(iii) Discussion on current banana
price.

Other Business.
Adjournment.


ENVILLE CLARKE,
Branch Secretary.


21st March, 1966.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1966.-(No. 21.) 125


Electoral Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
21st March, 1966.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

The following names of buildings on which Preliminary lists will be posted
up on 24th March, 1966, are published for general information.

L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH LEEWARD

Polling Division Name of Building
Number

1 (a) Arrowroot Factory, Richmond Vale
(b) Land Settlement Office, Fitz-Hughes
2 (a) Post Office, Chateaubelair
(b) Mr. Charles Morgan's Shop, Chateaubelair
3 (a) Mr. Oneal Charles' shop, Sharpes
(b) Mr. Cecil McKenzie's shop, Petit Bordel
4 (a) Mr. George Delplesche's Shop, Rose Bank
(b) Mr. Lee Roberts' Shop, Rose Bank
5 (a) Post Office, Troumaca
(b) Government School, Troumaca
6 (a) Mr. Gerald Robertson's Shop, Rose Hall
(b) Rose Hall Post Office
7 (a) Post Office, Westwood
(b) Mr. Cecil Charles' shop, Coulls' Hill
8 (a) Mr. Albert Morris' shop, Mangaroo
(b) Post Office, Spring Village
9 (a) Revenue Office, Barrouallie
(b) Police Station, Barrouallie

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH LEEWARD

Polling Division Name of Building
Number

1 (a) Mr. Reginald Ash's shop, Barrouallie
(b) Mr. Selwyn Connell's Shop, Barrouallie
2 (a) Layou Post Office
(b) Mrs. Beryl Haddaway's shop, Layou
3 (a) Mrs. Dearest Millington's shop, Layou
(b) The Public Library, Layou
4 (a) Mr. James Duncan's shop, Pembroke
(b) Mr. Harris Jackson's shop, Buccament Bay
5 (a) Mr. Enoch Peniston's shop, Peniston
(b) Mr. John Straker's shop, Dn Bois
6 (a) Retreat Clinic
(a) Mr. Samuel Moses' shop, Vermont
7 (a) Mr. Archibald Samuel's shop, Clare Valley
(b) Mr. Clement Iarry's shop, Rillan Hill
8 (a) Questelles Post Office
(b) Mr. Robertson's shop, Questelles
9 (a) Mr. Browne's shop, Questelles
(b) Mr. Rupert Jack's shop, Chauncey Village
10 (a) Camden Park Experiment Station
(b) Camden Park Clinic












126 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1966.-(No. 21.)


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KINGSTOWN


Polling Division Name of Building
Number

1 (a) Mr. S. W. Cumberbatch's shop, Murray Village
(b) The Post Office
2 (a) Police Barracks
(b) Public Library
3 (a) Mr. George Alexander's shop, Paul's Lot
(b) The Court House
4 (a) Mr. Edwin Scrubb's shop, Victoria Park
(b) Mr. Lawrence Davidson's barber shop, Higginson
Street
5 (a) Education Office, Tyrel Street
(b) Mr. Hamilton Palmer's shop, Rose Place
6 (a) Mr. Cyril Frank's shop, New Montrose
(b) Mr. Walter Martin's shop-Hospital Corner
7 (a) Mr. Grafton Bowman's shop, Old Montrose
(b) Mrs. Valerie Cato's shop, New Montrose
8 (a) Mr. L. A. Clarke's shop, Lodge Village
(b) Mrs. Findlay's shop, Old Montrose
9 (a) Miss Olga Lynch's shop, Green Hill
(b) Mr. John Allen's shop, New Town
10 (a) Mrs. Eleecia Hunt's shop, Upper Kingstown Park
(b) Mr. Bassie Ferdinand's shop, Lower Kingstown Park
11 (a) Mr. Louis Duncan's shop, Upper Edinboro
(b) Mrs. Amy Carmichael's shop, Lower Edinboro
12 (a) Mr. Rupert Venner's shop, Lowman's Hill
(b) Lowman 's Hill Post Office


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WEST ST. GEORGE

Polling Division Name of Building
Number

1 (a) Gomea Post Office
(b) Mr. James Plato's shop, Fountain
2 (a) Mr. Calvin Gibson's shop, Gomea
(b) Mr. Beresford Craigg's shop, Gomea
3 (a) Mr. Phillip Little's shop, Belair
(b) Mr. Owen Adams' shop, Belair
4 (a) Mr. Joseph Tyrell's shop, Cane Hall
(b) Amos Vale Post Office
5 (a) Mrs. Greaves' shop, Dorsetshire Hill
Sb) Mr. Clarke's shop, Miller's Gate
6 (a) Mrs. Bonadie's shop, Murray's Village
(b) Mrs. Zola Joyette's shop, Murray's Village
7 (a) Mr. Wellington John's shop, Sion Hill
(b) Mr. Erie Browne's shop, Richmond Hill
8 (a) Mr. Bertram DeRoche's. shop, Frenches
(b) Mr. Alexander's shop, Frenches
9 (a) Mrs. Iris Billinghurst's shop, Frenches
(b) Old Telefunken Centre, Frenches
10 (a) Mr. IIadaway's tailor shop, Granby Street
(b) Mr. Ephraim Neptune's shop, Kingstown Hill
11 (a) Mr. Richards' shop, Kingstown Hill
(b) Mr. Glynn's shop, Sion Hill
12 (a) Mr. Dudley Clarke's shop, Sion Hill
(b) Mr. F. Wood's tailor shop, Sion Hill













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1966.-(No. 21.) 127


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF EAST ST. GEORGE

Polling Division Name of Building
Number

1 (a) Mr. Alfred Clarke's shop, Mt. Pleasant
(b) Mr. Albert Joseph's shop, Rescue Village
2 (a) Mr. Baston Dean's shop, Calder Village
(b) Mr. Henry Payne's shop. Cald,,r Ridge
3 (a) Mr. Edmund McDomsld's shop, Upper Stubbs
(b) Mr. William Falby's shop, Upper Stubbs
4 (a) Mr. Daniel John's shop. Lower Stubbs
(b) Medical Clinic, Lower Stubbs
5 (a) Mr. Alfred Joslyn's shop. Belvedere Junction
(b) Miss Caruth's shop, Enhams Village
6 (a) Mrs. Alma Fraser's shop, Belmont Village
(b) Mr. Edson Joseph's shop, Fairburn Pasture
7 (a) Mr. Cecil Charles' shop, Brighton Village
(b) Mrs. McMaster's shop, Choppins Village
8 (a) Miss Clementina Veira's shop, Prospect
(b) Mr. George Stephen's Residence, Ratho Mill
9 (a) Calliaqua Police Station, Calliaqua
(b) Mr. Sanford Gibson's shop, Fair Hall
10 (a) Mr. Simeon Cumberbateh's shop, Calliaqua
(b) Miss Agatha Hunte's shop, Calliaqua
11 (a) Mr. Bertram King's residence, Arnos Vale
(b) Mr. John Samuel's residence, Arnos Vale




ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH WINDWARD


Polling Division Name of Building
Number

1 (a) Mr. Gr< aves Woodlhv's hop, North Union
(b) Mr. Jerome Shearman's shop, Lower Lowmans
2 (a) Mr. Henry Daniel's shop, Bridgetown
(b) Mrs. Margaret Shortte's shop, Cedars
3 (a) Mr. George Goodlu!k's shop, Biabou
(b) Police Station, Biabou
4 (a) Mr. Westmore Duncan's shop, New Prospect
(b) Mr. Edward John's shop, New Prospect
5 (a) Mr. Cecil Browne'; shop, Spring
(b) Mr. Leon Harry's shop, Yambou
6 (a) Police Station, Mesopotamia
(b) Mr. Vernon Bennett's shop, Mesopotamia
7 (a) Mr. Edgar Davis' shop, Hopewell
(b) Mr. P. II. Veira's shop. Richland Park
8 (a) Mr. George Charles' shop, Richland Park Junction
(b) Mr. Norman Bacchus' shop, Richland Park
9 (a) Mrs. Velma Browne's shop, Freeland
(b) Mr. Gerald Miguel's shop, Montague
10 (a) Mr. Darrel Richardson's shop, Carriere
(b) Mr. Benjie Mapp's shop, Evesham
11 (a) Mr. Arthur Laborde's shop, Evesham
(b) Mr. Jerry John's shop, Evesham
12 (a) Banana Station, Evesham Vale
(b) Mr. Charles Gunsam's shop, La Croix














128 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1966.-(No. 21.)


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CENTRAL WINDWARD

Polling Division Name of Building
Number

1 (a) Mr. St. Clair Boyea's shop, Byera
(b) Mrs. Isabelle DeFreitas' shop, Byera
2 (a) Mr. Ephraim Lockhart's shop, Gorse
(b) Mr. Hamilton Ellis' shop, Colonarie
3 (a) Mr. Alban Pereira's shop, South Rivers
(b) Mr. Timson Grant's shop, South Rivers
4 (a) Mr. Brendon DeFreitas' shop, Park Hill
(b) Mr. Patrick DeFreitas' shop, Park Hill
5 (a) Police Station, Colonarie
(b) Miss Agatha Fergus' shop, Mt. Grennan
6 (a) Mr. Roy King's shop, Diamond
(b) Mr. William Iarry's shop, Diamond
7 (a) Mrs. Bernice Browne's shop, Chapmans
(b) Mr. Prince Durrant's shop, New Adelphi
8 (a) Mr. Lawrence Jack's shop, Higher Lowmans
(b) Mr. Lawrence Lampkin's shop, Higher Lowmans
9 (a) Mr. Theophilus Homer's shop, Greggs
(b) Mr. Edmund Baptiste's shop, Greggs




ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH WINDWARD

Polling Division Name of Building
Number

1 (a) Mr. Samuel Bracken's shop, Fancy
(b) Mr. Ferdinand Baptiste's shop, Owia
2 (a) Mr. Charlie Child's shop, Sandy Bay
(b) Mr. Vincent Baptiste's shop, Sandy Bay
3 (a) Mr. Marcus Hoyte's shop, Sandy Bay
(b) Mr. Edmund Smith's shop, Sandy Bay
4 (a) Mrs. Hilda Williams' shop, Overland
(b) Orange Hill Estate Office, Orange Hill
5 (a) Mr. William Wall's shop, Mt. Bentinck Bay Road
(b) Mrs. Martha Humphrey's shop, Chapmans
6 (a) Mr. John Cumima's shop, Mt. Bentinck
(b) Mr. George Forde's shop, Mt. Bentinck
7 (a) Mr. Johnny Spring's shop, Chili Village
(b) Mr. David Sandy's shop, Caratal
8 (a) Mr. Alban Crichton's shop, O'Briens
(b) Mrs. Clarice Thomas' shop, O'Briens
9 (a) The Police Station, Georgetown
(b) The Revenue Office, Georgetown
10 (a) Mr. Edwin D. Layne's store, Georgetown
(b) Mrs. Ertrice Liverpool's store, Georgetown































SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARC, 1966.-(No. 21.) 129


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF THE GRENADINES


Polling Division Name of Building
Number

1 (a) Police Station, Port Elizabeth
(b) Casualty Hospital, Port Elizabeth
2 (a) Mrs. Anna Phillips' shop, Ocar
(b) Mr. Daniel Harris' shop, Hamilton
3 (a) Mrs. Lillian Farrell's shop, Belmont
(b) Mrs. Ainanda Simon's shop, Lower Bay
4 (a) Mr. Louis Ollivierre's shop, La I'ompe
(b) Post Office, Paget Farm
5 (a) Primary School Building, Mustique
(b) Estate Shop, Mustique
6 (a) Police Station, Canouan
(b) Mr. Simon Po npey's : hop, Canouan
7 (a) Mayreinu Government School
(b) Estate shop, Mayreau
8 (a) Revenue Office, Union Island
(b) Annie Adams shop, Clifton
9 (a) Police Station, Union Island
(b) Ashton Government School

L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.




















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1966.-(No. 21.)


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AT THE CLOSE
OF BUSINESS ON MONDAY TIE 28TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1966



(Pursuant to the East Caribbean Currency Agreement 1965, Article 23 (2))


Liabilities

NOTES IN CIRCULATION




LOANS BY PARTICIPATING
GOVERNMENTS


Assets
EC$
25,479,240 EXTERNAL ASSETS

CURRENT ACCOUNTS AND
MONEY AT CALL IN
LONDON

375,000 UNITED KINGDOM
GOVERNMENT
TREASURY BILLS


OTHER UNITED KING-
DOM GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES

BRITISH CARIBBEAN
CURRENCY BOARD
NOTES

NOTE ISSUE ACCOUNTS
WITH BANKS IN
BARBADOS

[Proportion of external
assets to notes in cir-
culation and other de-
mand liabilities:
92.7%.]

GOVERNMENT DEBENTURES


OTHER ASSETS

EC$25,854,240


218,164

EC$25,854,240


G. M. LAMBERT,
Managing Director.


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


EC$


EC$


1,120,694



16,102,832


5,703,600



551,500


139,400


23,618,026


2,018,050




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