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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


nablihod bY gluthoritg.


VOL. 99.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966. [No. 45.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 160.
DISMISSAL.

Mr. BENJAMIN COCKBURN, Bailiff,
Judicial Department, has been dis-
missed the Service with effect from 27th
July, 1966.
9th Augut, 1966.
(P.F. 1154.)


No. 161.
LEGISLATION.

The following Document is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R.& O. No. 21.-The Aid to Pioneer
Industries (Clement and Edith
Moller) (Canning of Local Food or
of Local Food Products) Order,
1966.
(T.P. 466.)

By Command,

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Chief Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
9th August, 1966.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

TENDERS FOR SUPPLY OF
MOTOR LAUNCH.

Tenders are invited for the supply of
one (1) motor Launch for use by the
Port Department. The specifications for
this launch are as under:-
Length 40 ft. (overall)
37 ft. 7 ins. DWL
(at water level)
Beam 9 ft. 6 ins.
Draft 3 ft. 3 ins.
Speed Minimum of 16 knots per
hour
Power Twin Diesel Engines cap-
able of building up a mini-
mum speed of 16 knots per
hour.
Hull Mild Steel
2. The launch should carry an open
cockpit, capable of seating ten (10) per
sons, sleeping accommodation for four
(4) persons, and toilet and kitchen
facilities. Two fresh water tanks, each
of 50 Imp. gallons capacity, should be
installed, one on the Port and the other
on the Starboard Side.
3. Two fuel tanks, each of 100 Imp.
gallons capacity are required to be
fitted, one on each of the Port and


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272 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


Starboard Sides. Provision must be
made for towing and receiving ropes,
with two stanchions and one traveller
or guide aft for towing, along with two
fairleads (Port and Starboard) aft for
mooring. There should also be one
stanchion and one fairlead forward.
4. A refrigerator, a radio-telephone
and a search light should be installed.
5. The launch is required for deliv-
ery not later than 30th November, 1966.
The successful Tenderer would be re-
quired to enter into a written Agree-
ment with Government for the construc-
tion of the Launch in accordance with
the above specifications. Further infor-
mation may be obtained from the Min-
istry of Communications and Works.
6. Tenders should be sealed, and
addressed to The Chairman, Public Ten-
ders Committee, Ministry of Finance,
Ministry Building, Kingstown. They
must reach him not later than 15th
August, 1966. The envelopes should be
clearly marked in block letters "'TEN-
DERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF
MOTOR LAUNCH FOR PORT DE-
PARTMENT".
7. Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any Tender.
Chairman,
Public Tenders Committee.
29th July, 1966.


U.S. GOVERNMENT GRADUATE
SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION FOR
ACADEMIC YEAR 1967/68.

The United States Embassy in Port of
Spain announces its scholarship compe-
tition for graduate study in American
Universities for the academic year begin-
ning September 1967.
These scholarships will provide the
following benefits: tuition and fees, a
monthly maintenance allowance, a book
allowance, health and accident insur-
ance coverage, and round-trip transport-
ation. Each scholarship will be awarded
to cover an initial period of one year,
but may be renewed if satisfactory
academic progrv.'s is made.
Each applicant must have the follow-
ing basic qualifications:
1. Hold citizenship of Trinidad and
Tobago or oi the British West
Indies.
2. Hold at least a Bachelor of Arts
(B.A.) or Bachelor of Science
(B.Sc.) degree with second class
Honours.
3. Be in good health.


4. Be no more than 35 years of age.
Preliminary application forms may be
obtained from the Cultural Affairs
Office, U.S. Information Service, 2b
Marli Street, Port of Spain. Completed
applications must be returned to that
office no later than September 1, 1966.

THEODORE V. KEANE,
Education Officer.
27th July, 1966.


POLICE NOTICES

GENERAL ELECTIONS.

22ND AUGUST, 1966.

The attention of the general public is
drawn to Section 57-subsections (1),
(2) and (3) of the Legislative Council
Elections Ordinance No. 13 of 1951 in
respect of the sale of intoxicating liquors.
(1) No intoxicating liquor shall be
sold, offered for sale or given away, at
any premises to which a licence issued
under the Liquor Licences Ordinance
applies at any time between the open-
ing and the closing of the poll on Poll-
ing Day.
(2) No intoxicating liquor shall be
supplied to any person at any premises
to which a licence issued under the
Registration of Clubs Ordinance applies,
at any time between the opening and
the closing of the poll on Polling Day.
(3) Any person who contravenes any
of the provisions of either of the two
last preceding subsections shall be liable
on Summary conviction to a fine of five
hundred dollars or to imprisonment for
six months.
C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police.
26th July, 1966.


The attention of the general public is
drawn to Section 71-subsections (1),
(2) and (3) of the Legislative Council
Elections Ordinance No. 13 of 1951.
(1) Subject to the provisions of sub-
section (2) of this section during the
hours when the poll is open upon elec-
tion day, no persons shall assemble or
congregate within one hundred yards of
any building in which is situate any
polling station.
(2) This section shall not apply:-
(a) to any electors who are wait-
ing to poll their votes at such polling
station and who obey any instructions
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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.) 273


officer or any constable for purpose of
forming a queue with other electors also
waiting; or
(b) to any person who may under
the provisions of this Ordinance lawfully
enter or remain in such polling station.
(3) Every person who contravenes
or fails to comply with any of the pro-
visions of this section shall be liable on
summary conviction thereof to a fine
of two hundred and forty dollars or to
imprisonment for six months or to both
such fines and such imprisonment.
C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police.
26th July, 1966.


AUCTION SALE.

The General Public is hereby notified
that there will be put up for sale by
Public Auction at Police Headquarters
at 11.00 o'clock in the forenoon on 20th
August, 1966 the following:-
One (1) 11 tons Commer Truck.

C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police.

It is hereby notified for general
information that due to the continua-
tion of repairs on the Back Street, the
following road will be closed to vehicu-
lar traffic with effect from the 6th
August, 1966.

"THAT PORTION OF BACK
STREET BETWEEN EGMONT
STREET AND TIE EASTERN
END OF HILLSBORO STREET
(U.T.L. Corner).

C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police
&
Licensing Anthoriiy.


The attention of all Owners alnd
Drivers of Motor Vehicles is drawn to
the fact that the Police will be carrying
out checks of Licences and Insurance
Certificates on 11th and 12th August,
1966, for the quarter ending 30th Sep-
tember, 1966.
It is proposed to affix "Check
Notices" on the windscreen of vehicles
checked and passed by the Police.
Any motorist so desiring may produce
the necessary documents at his/her
most convenient Police Station, and if
in order, receive and affix check notices
which will avoid delay subsequently.


Owners and Drivers of Motor Vehicles
are reminded that it is an offence to
drive an unlicensed vehicle or to drive
without a valid permit.

C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police.


SAINT VINCENT

NOTICE

BY AUTHORITY OF THE
REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ORDINANCE
(CHAPTER 155 OF THE REVISED
LAWS OF SAINT VINCENT, 1926).

(Gazetted 9th August, 1966.)

NOTICE is hereby given that an
application was made on the 21st day
of January, 1966 by CONZINC RIO-
TINTO of AUSTRALIA LIMITED a
company incorporated under the Laws
of the State of Victoria, of 95 Collins
Street, Melbourne, Manufacturers and
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial
Research Organisation for a PATENT
in respect of an invention entitled
"PRODUCTION OF ALUMINIUM
AND ALUMINIUM ALLOYS FROM
ALUMINIUM CHLORIDE".
The Patent of this invention was
granted to Ernest Foley and George
Lang Herwig but by virtue of a Deed
of Assignment dated the 30th day of
December, 1964, the said Ernest Foley
and George Lang Herwig assigned the
said Patent Rights as granted in Aus-
tralia to the said CONZINC RIOTIN-
TO of AUSTRALIA LIMITED.
Any person may, at any time
WITHIN TWO MONTHS from the
date of such advertisement, give notice
to the Registrar of opposition to the
issue of a certificate of registration upon
any of the grounds prescribed by sec-
tion 27 oi the Patents Ordinance
(Cap. 155) for opposition to the grant
of Letters Patent.
The relevant sub-section of Section 27
of the PATENTS ORDINANCE re-
ferred to above reads thus;-
S"27 (1) Any person may, at any
time within two months from the date
of the advertisement of the acceptance
of a complete specification give notice
at the Registry of Patents of opposition
to the grant of the patent on the ground
of the applicant having obtained the
invention from him, or from a person of
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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


on the ground that the invention has
been patented in the Colony, on an ap-
plication of prior date, but on no other
ground."

H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar Supreme Court
and
Registrar of Patents.

The Patent Office,
c/o The Registry,
Court House,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.


SAINT VINCENT

NOTICE

BY AUTHORITY OF THE
REGISTRATION OF UNITED
KINGDOM PATENTS ORDINANCE
(CHAPTER 156 OF THE REVISED
LAWS OF SAINT VINCENT, 1926).

(Gazetted 9th August, 1966.)

ADVERTISEMENT OF APPLICATION
FOR GRANT OF PATENT

In accordance with the requirement
of Section 3 of the Registration of the
United Kingdom Patents Ordinance,
NOTICE is hereby given that an appli-
cation was made on the 24th January,
1966 by Rohm & Haas Company of
Independence Mall West, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania 19105, United States of
America for the registration of a
PATENT in respect of an invention
relating to "OIL-DISPERSIBLE FUN-
GICIDAL COMPOSITIONS".
Any person may, at any time
WITHIN TWO MONTHS from the
date of such advertisement, give notice
to the Registrar of opposition to the
issue of a certificate of registration upon
any of the grounds prescribed by sec-
tion 27 of the Patents Ordinance
(Cap. 155) for opposition to the grant
of Letters Patent.
The relevant sub-section of Section 27
of the PATENTS ORDINANCE re-
ferred to above reads thus;-
"27 (1) Any person may, at any
time within two months from the date
of the advertisement of the acceptance
of a complete specification give notice
at the Registry of Patents of opposition
to the grant of the patent on the ground
of the applicant having obtained the
invention from him, or from a person of


whom he is the legal representative, or
on the ground that the invention has
been patented in the Colony, on an ap-
plication of prior date, but on no other
ground."'
H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar of Patents.

The Patent Office,
c/o The Registry,
Court House,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.


SAINT VINCENT. No. 5/1966.

TREASURY NOTICES.

INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that taxes on the under-
mentiomnd property, the estate of the
late Douglas A. Richards now in the
ownership or occupation of Mrs. Shirley
Abbott nee Richards and W. J. Abbott,
are long overdue. By virtue of a
Wair'ant issued under Cap. 194 Section
46 of the Laws of Saint Vincent, a
portion of the said estate having been
duly i':arked off and levied upon will
be offered for sale at 11 o'clock in the
foreno'ii of Saturday 27th August,
6i:)', it the Inland Revenue Depart-
ment, Kingstown, for the recovery of
taxes due:-
That is to say-All that area or
portion of land being part of the
Owia Estate in the parish of Charlotte
lying between that section of the
estate commencing from the Acayo
River, thence running north-easterly
along the main public road until it
reaches the Owia Little River on the
north-western end thence southerly
alon- the said Owia Little River in a
lire t the great high ridge bounded
with the said estate and Crown Lands,
as shown by Survey Plan C 318.

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

Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
6th August, 1966.


SAINT VINCENT.

INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT.

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that payments of rates levied
on the undermentioned property, the
estate of the late Henry Crichton, are
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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


issued under the Local Government
Ordinance No. 17/51, the said property
as appears on the Georgetown Rate Roll
under the name of the heirs of Henry
Crichton, has been levied upon and will
be offered for sale at 11 a.m. on Satur-
day, 20th August, 1966, at the Inland
Revenue Department, Kingstown, for
the recovery of rates due.
That is to say:-the whole of Lot
No. 85 with a two-storey dwelling
house thereon situated in the town of
Georgetown.

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

Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
2nd August, 1966.


NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that copies of the St. Vincent
Colonial Report 1962/63 are now on sale
at The Public Relations Department at
the cost of one dollar and sixty-eight
cents per copy.
T. M. VELOX,
Public Relations Officer.
23rd July, 1966.


ST. VINCENT CO-OPERATIV5
ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION.

ARROWROOT BOARD NOTICE

"Notice is given of a general meeting
of the St. Vincent Co-operative Arrow-
root Association to be held at the Peace
Memorial Hall at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Saturday 27th August, 1966 for the
purpose of balloting for fifteen members
who will in turn elect six members to
serve on the Arrowroot Board for the
crop year 1966/67."

Yours faithfully,

R. L. G. ROACI,
General Manager.
4th August, 1966.


NOTICE.

BRITISI CARIBBEAN CURRENCY
BOARD NOTES.

Notice is hereby given that, on and
after Monday, 31st October 1966, cur-
rency notes issued by the Board of
Commissioners of Currency, British


Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group),
commonly known as the British Carib-
bean Currency Board, shall no longer
be legal tender in the territories of the
Governments participating in the East
Caribbean Currency Agreement 1965,
that is to say: Antigua, Barbados,
Dominica, Montserrat, St. Christopher-
Nevis-Anguilla, St Lucia and St. Vin-
cent.
The above-mentioned date has been
determined and this Notice is given in
accordance with Article 29(2) of the
East Caribbean Currency Agreement
1965.

G. M. LAMBERT,
Managing Director.
East Caribbean Currency Authority.
15th July, 1966.


BY THE AUTHORITY
LAND AND HOUSE
ORDINANCE CAP.


OF THE
TAX
194.


In accordance with the provisions of
section 21 of Chapter 194 of the
Revised Laws of Saint Vincent as
amended by section 3 of Ordinance
No. 18 of 1937, it is hereby notified that
the Tax Rolls for each District of the
Colony will, after the 30th day of June,
1966, be available for inspection by the
Public at the Treasury.
In accordance with the provisions of
section 22 of Chapter 194 of the Re-
vised Laws of Saint Vincent the Magis-
trates of the First, Second and Third
Districts will hold Special Sessions for
the purpose of hearing objections to and
appeals from the assessments made by
the Tax Officers of St. George's Parish
(District 1); Charlotte Parish (Dis-
trict 2); St. Andrew's Parish (District
3); St. Patrick's Parish (District 4) ;
St. David's Parish (District 5); and
the Grenadines (District 6) as relate to
properties in the First, Second and
Third Magisterial Districts.
The Sessions will be held at the fol-
lowing places at 10.00 a.m.
DISTInCT 1: At the Police Station at
Calliaqua on Tuesday the
27th September, 1966.
At the Court House at
Kingstown on Wednesday
the 28th day of Septem-
ber, 1966.
DISTRICT 2: At the Police Station at
Georgetown on Monday
the 26th day of Septem-
ber, 1966.









276 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


DISTRICT 3: At the Police Station at
Layou on Thursday the
15th day of September,
1966.
DISTRICT 4: At the Police Station at
Barrouallie on Thursday
the 8th day of September
1966.
DISTRICT 5: At the Police Station at
Chateaubelair on Thurs-
day the 22nd day of
September, 1966.
DISTRICT 6: At the Police Station at
Port Elizabeth Bequia on
Friday the 2nd day of
September 1966, and at


the Court House, Union
Island on Friday the
23rd day of September,
1966.
Notice of intention to object to any
Assessment must be given not later than
ten (10) days before the date fixed for
the holding of the Sessions at which the
objection is to be heard.
C. E. A. RAWLE,
L. A. D. WILLIAMS,
Magistrates.
Magistrates' Chambers,
Court House.
26th July, 1966.


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 3rd September,
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,
26th July, 1966.


No. Name of Owner or
Occupier


Alexander, George
Alexander, Leonard
Anderson, Charles
Bennett, Alric
Browne, Amos
Browne, Maurice
Buntyn, Roy
Cain, Hugh
Charles, Reginald
Crichton, Egerton
Crichton, Horace
Coombs, De Vere
Douglas, Arleigh
Douglas, Errey
E~lnanuel,
Washington
Frank, Cyril
Gabriel, George
Hew-itt, Louis
Jack, Alwyn
Joseph, Alvin
King, Charles
Laidlow, Miriam
Mandeville, Alfred
Martin, Walton
oP,,dock, Edgar
Wallace, Neil
Woods, David
Veiva, George
Yorke, Frederick


Situation of
Property


Kingstown 1
Belair 1
Kingstown 1
do. 1
Questelles 1
Pauls Lot 1
Kingstown 1
Questelles 1
Richmond Hill 1
Kingstown 1
do. 1
do. 1
do. 1
Layou 1
Edinboro 1

Kingstown 1
do. 1
do. 1
Stoney Ground 1
Montrose 1
Kingstown 1
Pauls Lot 1
Edinboro 1
Kingstown 1
do. 1
do. 1
Lowmans 1
Kingstown 1
do. 1


Description of
Property

Radio
Dwelling House
Dwelling House and Spot
Volkswagen P. 2049
Car H. 532
Radio
Car P. 971
Dwelling House and Spot
Car H. 2319
Truck T. 247
Car P. 903
Dwelling House and Spot
Car P. 656
Commer Bus HT. 2341
Car P. 2207

Car P 823
Car P. 379
Dwelling House and Spot
Dwelling House and Spot
House and Spot
Dwelling House and Spot
Scale
Dwelling House and Spot
Car P. 2145
Car P. 604
Dwelling House and Spot
Dwelling House and Spot
Vauxhall Car P. 1480
House and Spot









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.) 277


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.


FORM NO. 28.

(Section 26.)
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of NORTH LEEWARD.

Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District that a Poll
has been granted, for election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 22nd day of August, 1966, at the
hour of seven in the forenoon and kept open until the hour of five in the
afternoon in the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling
Divisions comprised in the said Electoral District.

Polling Stations: 1. Land Settlement Pay Office, Richmond Vale
2. Chateaubelair Methodist School
3. Chateaubelair Government School
3A. Chateaubelair Government School
4. Mr. William Sutherland's residence, Rose Bank
5. Troumaca Government School
6. Rose Hall Government School
7. Westwood Methodist School
8. Spring Methodist School, Spring Village
8A. Spring Methodist School, Spring Village
9. Society Hall, Barrouallie
9A. Old Police Station, Barrouallie

And that the prospective candidates in the Electoral District are as follows:

FERDINAND, James Alexander; Rose Hall-Farmer
SLATER, Samuel Eric; Chateaubelair-Proprietor

of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern them-
selves accordingly.

The final counting of the votes will take place on the 23rd day of August,
1966 at the Old Police Station, Barrouallie, at the hour of eight o'clock in
the forenoon.

Given under my hand at Chateaubelair this 5th day of August, 1966.

CLEMENT NOEL,
Returning Officer.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

FORM NO. 28.
(Section 26.)
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of SOUTH LEEWARD.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District that a Poll
has been granted, for election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 22nd day of August, 1966, at the
hour of seven in the forenoon and kept open until the hour of five in the
afternoon in the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling
Divisions comprised in the said Electoral District.








278 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


Polling Stations:


1. Barrouallie Anglican School
1A. Barrouallie Anglican School
2. Layou Government School
2A. Layou Government School
3. Layou Police Station
4. Estate Cotton House, Cane Grove
5. Buccament Government School
6. Mr. Powell Mattis' shop, Vermont
6A. Government Dispensary, Retreat
7. Clare Valley Infant School
8. Questelles Government School
9. Mr. Charles Alexander's shop, Chauncey
10. Government Dispensary, Camden Park


And that the prospective candidates in the Electoral District are as follows:
EUSTACE, Joseph Lambert; Montrose-Proprietor
YOUNG, Herman Fraser; Layou P.O.-Peasant Proprietor
(Politician)
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern them-
selves accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place on the 23rd day of August,
1966 at the Layou Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon.

Given under my hand at Que;celles this 5th day of August, 1966.

I. A. ROBERTSON,
Returning Officer.

GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

FORM NO. 23.
(Section 26.)
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of KINGSTOWN.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District that a Poll
has been granted, for election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 22nd day of August, 1966, at the
hour of seven in the forenoon and kept open until the hour of five in the
afternoon in the following Polling .i,~.I ,,r established in the various Polling
Divisions comprised in the said Electoral District.


Polling Stations:


1. Richmond Hill Government School
2. Intermediate School, Kingstown
3. The Court House, Kingstown
3A. The Court House, Kingstown
4. Kingstovwn Aingliean school
IA. Kingstown Anglican .School
5. Sanitary Department. Kingstown
6. Nurses' Hostel, Kingstown
GA. Nurses' Hostel, Kingstown
7. P.I.E.U. Workshop, Montrose
8. Mr. L. Linton's house, Montrose
8A. Mr. L. Linton's house, Montrose
9. Lodge Village Government School
9A. Lodge Village Government School
10. Girl Guides' Hut, Kingstown Park
11. Mr. Davis' residence, Edinboro
12. Lowmans Hill Anglican School
12A. Lowmans Hill Anglican School


And that the prospective candidates in the Electoral District are as follows:
ADAMS, Emmanuel Fatima; Upper Edinboro-Barrister-at-Law
TANNIS, Hudson Kemuel; Arnos Vale-Barrister-at-Law
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern them-
selves accordingly.









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.) 279


The final counting of the votes will take place on the 23rd day of August,
1966 at the Court House, Kingstown, at the hour of eight o'clock in the
forenoon.

Given under my hand at Kingstown this 5th dav of August, 1966.


C. F. BROWNE,
Returning Officer.







GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.


FORM NO. 28.

(Section 26.)

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of WEST ST. GEORGE.

Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District that a Poll
has been granted, for election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 22nd day of August, 1966, at the
hour of seven in the forenoon and kept open until the hour of five in the
afternoon in the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling
Divisions comprised in the said Electoral District.


Polling Stations:


Gomea Methodist School
Mrs. Marion Greaves' Hall, Dauphine
Belair Government School
Public Works Department, Arnos Vale
Dorsetshire Hill Government School
Mrs. Theo Saunders' residence, Murray Road
Mr. Samuel Browne's residence. Sion Hill
Miss Sylvia Ash's residence, Kingstown Hill
Government Cotton Ginnery, Frenches
Mr Selwyn Keizer's residence, Kingstown Hill
Methodist Hostel, Kingstown
Christian Pilgrim Church, Cane Garden
Mr. Victor John's residence, Cane Garden


And that the prospective candidates in the Electoral District are as follows:

MARKSMAN, Roderick Fitzgerald; Kingstown-Manufacturer's
Representative
RUSSELL, Randolph Bertie; Kingstown-Cinema Proprietor

of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern them-
selves accordingly.

The final counting of the votes will take place on the 23rd day of August,
1966 at the Government Cotton Ginnery, Frenches at the hour of eight
o'clock in the forenoon.

Given under my hand at Kingstown this 5th day of August, 1966.


T. M. SAUNDERS,
Returning Officer.









280 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

FORM NO. 28.
(Section 26.)

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.


The Electoral District of EAST ST. GEORGE.

Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District that a Poll
has been granted, for election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 22nd day of August, 1966, at the
hour of seven in the forenoon and kept open until the hour of five in the
afternoon in the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling
Divisions comprised in the said Electoral District.

Polling Stations: 1. Mr. Jeshuran Johnson's shop, Mt. Pleasant
2. Calder Government School
2A. Calder Government School
3. Stubbs Police Station
4. Stubbs Government School
5. Mr. Fenton Boyea's residence, Enhams
6. Mr. Mofford's shop, Belmont
7. Mr. Christopher King's house, Prospect
8. Mr. Joshua Andrews' house, Ratho Mill
9. Calliaqua Town Hall
9A. Calliaqua Society Hall
10. Mrs. Agatha Hunte's shop, Rose Cottage
11. Mr. Bertram King's residence, Arnos Vale

And that the prospective candidates in the Electoral District are as follows:

CATO, Robert Milton; Ratho Mill-Barrister-at-Law
RICHARDS, Egerton McLean; Brighton-Farmer

of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern them-
selves accordingly.

The final counting of the votes will take place on the 23rd day of August,
1966 at the Calliaqua Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock in the fore-
noon.

Given under my hand at Ratho Mill this 5th day of August, 1966.

G. P. DOUGAN,
Returning Officer.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1986.

FORM NO. 28.

(Section 26.)
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.


The Electoral District of SOUTH WINDWARD.

Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District that a Poll
has been granted, for election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 22nd day of August, 1966, at the
hour of seven in the forenoon and kept open until the hour of five in the
afternoon in the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling
Divisions comprised in the said Electoral District.








SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.) 281


Polling Stations:


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


Lowmans Windward Anglican School
Lownmanl Windward Anglican School
Mr. Arnold Husband's house, Bridgetown
Biabou Methodist School
Mr. Waithley Williams' residence, New Prospect
Miss Theresa Henry's residence, Peruvian Vale
Mesopotamia Government School
Richland Park Government School
Mr. Edward Lewis' shop, Richland Park
Mr. Leon Thompson's residence, Richland Park
Mesopotamia Society Lodge
Mesopotamia Society Lodge
Mr. Benjamin Lewis' residence, Carriere
Mrs. Eliza Alves' residence, Evesham
Evesham Methodist School


And that the prospective candidates in the Electoral District are as follows:

JAMES, Vincent Winston; Belmont-Proprietor
LATHAM, Levi Calvert; Mesopotamia-Planter
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern them-
selves accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place on the 23rd day of August,
1966 at the Mesopotamia Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock in the
forenoon.

Given under my hand at Richland Park this 5th day of August, 1966.

WINSTON BACCHUS,
Returning Officer.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

FORM NO. 28.

(Section 26.)
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of CENTRAL WINDWARD.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District that a Poll
has been granted, for election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 22nd day of August, 1966, at the
hour of seven in the forenoon and kept open until the hour of five in the
afternoon in the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling
Divisions comprised in the said Electoral District.


Polling Stations:


1. Byera Hill Anglican School
2. Colonarie Roman Catholic School
3. South Rivers Methodist School
4. Park Hill Government School
4A. Park Hill Government School
5. Colonarie Police Station
5A. Colonarie Police Station
6. Diamond Government School
7. New Grounds Methodist School
7A. New Grounds Methodist School
8. Lauders Infant School
9. Greggs Government School


And that the prospective candidates in the Electoral District are as follows:
BAYNES, Rudolph Elliot; Kingstown-Merchant
JOSHUA, Ebenezer Theodore; Edinboro-Teacher & Accountant

of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern them-
selves accordingly.








282 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


The final counting of the votes will take place on the 23rd day of August,
1966 at the Colonarie Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock in the fore-
noon.
Given under my hand at Byera this 5th day of August, 1966.

ST. ELMO NANTON,
Returning Officer.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

FORM NO. 28.
(Section 26.)
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of NORTH WINDWARD.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District that a Poll
has been granted, for election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 22nd day of August, 1966, at the
hour of seven in the forenoon and kept open until the hour of five in the
afternoon in the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling
Divisions comprised in the said Electoral District.
Polling Stations: 1. Owia Government School
2. Sandy Bay Anglican School
3. Mr. James Nanton's house, Sandy Bay
4. Orange Hill Pay Office
5. Langley Park Government School
6. Mr. Balcombe's house, Mount Bentick
7. Georgetown Senior Government School
7A. Georgetown Infant Government School
8. Dickson Methodist School
9. Georgetown Bishop's College
10. Georgetown Town Board Office
And that the prospective candidates in the Electoral District are as follows:
JOSHUA, Ivy Inez; Edinboro-Housewife
RICHARDS, John Gregg; Georgetown-Proprietor
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern them-
selves accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place on the 23rd day of August,
1966 at the Georgetown Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock in the
forenoon.

Given under my hand at Georgetown this 5th day of August, 1966.

ALBAN HENRY,
Returning Officer.

GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

FORM NO. 28.
(Section 26.)
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of THE GRENADINES.

Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District that a Poll
has been granted, for election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 22nd day of August, 1966, at the
hour of seven in the forenoon and kept open until the hour of five in the
afternoon in the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling
Divisions comprised in the said Electoral District.








SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


Polling Stations:


1. Court Room, Port Elizabeth, Bequia
2. Mr. Alfred Tannis' house, Hamilton
3. Mrs. Anna Phillips' house, Belmont
4. The Clinic Paget Farm
4A. Paget Farm Society Hall
5. Mustique School Room
6. Canouan Government School
7. Mayreau Government School
8. Clifton Government School, Union Island
9. Ashton Government School, Union Island


And that the prospective candidates in the Electoral District are as follows:

MITCHELL, Cyril McSmith ; Bequia-Proprietor
MITCHELL, James Fitz Allen; Bequia-Agronomist
TANNIS, Clive Leonard; Bequia-Mariner

of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern them-
selves accordingly.

The final counting of the votes will take place on the 23rd day of August,
1966 at the Court Room, Port Elizabeth, Bequia at the hour of eight o'clock
in the forenoon.

Given under my hand at Bequia this 5th day of August, 1966.

E. R. HANNAWAY,
Returning Officer.


THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

CANDIDATES' SYMBOLS

The Symbol allocated to each candidate in accordance with the provisions
of Rule 13 of the Legislative Council (Elections) Rules, S.R. & O. No. 35 of 1960
is shown hereunder opposite his name.


NORTH LEEWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT



1. FERDINAND, James Alexander Appendix A Symbol No. 5


S.V.L.P.


2. SLATER, Samuel Eric


- Appendix A Symbol No. 3


SOUTH LEEWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT


1. EUSTACE, Joseph Lambert Appendix A Symbol No. 5


P.P.P.








S.V.L.P.


P.P.P.


- Appendix A Symbol No. 3


2. YOUNG, Herman Fraser


/-1m1








284 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


KINGSTOWN ELECTORAL DISTRICT


1. ADAMS, Emmanuel Fatima







2. TANNIS, Hudson Kemuel


- Appendix A Symbol No. 3







- Appendix A Symbol No. 5


WEST ST. GEORGE ELECTORAL DISTRICT


1. MARKSMAN, Roderick Fitzgerald Appendix A Symbol No. 3


P.P.P.







S.V.L.P.








P.P.P.







S.V.L.P.


2. RUSSELL, Randolph Bertie Appendix A Symbol No. 5


EAST ST. GEORGE ELECTORAL DISTRICT


S.V.L.P.


1. CATO, Robert Milton






2. RICHARDS, Egerton McLean -



SOUTH WINDWARD




1. JAMES, Vincent Winston -


Appendix A Symbol No. 5




P.P.P.


Appendix A Symbol No. 3



ELECTORAL DISTRICT

P.P.P.


Appendix A Symbol No. 3



S.V.L.P.


2. LATHAM, Levi Calvert


- Appendix A Symbol No. 5








SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


CENTRAL WINDWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT


S.V.L.P.


1. BAYNES, Rudolph Elliott


- Appendix A Symbol No. 5


P.P.P.


2. JOSHUA, Ebenezer Theodore Appendix A Symbol No. 3


NORTH WINDWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT


P.P.P.


1. JOSHUA, Ivy Inez






2. RICHARDS, John Gregg


- Appendix A Symbol No. 3






- Appendix A Symbol No. 5


GRENADINES ELECTORAL DISTRICT


1. MITCHELL, Cyril McSmith Appendix B Symbol No. 1


Independent

(U


S.V.L.P.


2. MITCHELL, James Fitz Allen Appendix A Symbol No. 5


3. TANNIS, Clive Leonard


- Appendix A Symbol No. 3


P.P.P.



P'P
4r!I


Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.


L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.


S.V.L.P.
















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

Set out below are names of Presiding Oiiicers and Poll Clerks showing the respective
Polling Stations to which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH LEEWARD


Polling Station Number
aiid Name

1. Land Settlement
Pay Office
2. Chateaubelair
Methodist School
3. Chateaubelair
Government School
3A. Chateaubelair


Government School
Mr. William Suther-
land's residence
Troumaca Govern-
ment School
Rose Hall Govern-
ment School
Westwood Methodist
School
Spring Methodist
School
Spring Methodist
School
Society Hall
Old Police Station..


Location
i


Presiding Officer


Richmond Vale Mr. Henry Morris

Chateaubelair Mrs. Phyllis Charles

Chateaubelair Mr. Weldon A. Findlay

Chateaubelair Mr. Bilton Dennie

Rose Bank 3i'ls. Imore Jack

Troumaca Mrs. Beatrice Noel

Rose Halt Miss Stephanie Alexander

West Wood Mr. Leopold Anthony

Spring Village Mr. Osborne Allen

Spring Village Mrs. Beulah Matthews
Barrouallie Mr. Neville Findlay
Barrouallie Mr. Leroy Jackson


Poll Clerk


SMrs. Annie Edwards

SMr. McLean Douglas

Mrs. Margaret Williams

Mrs. Erla Coombs

Miss Dorothy Providence

Mr. Foster Burke

I Mr. Benjamin Samuel

Mr. Conroy Harry

Mr. Esmond Collierre

Mr. Alpian Allen
Mr. Frank Morgan
Mrs. Mary Layne
Ii


NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 3. Persons registered
in Polling Division No. 3 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to J" must vote at
Polling Station No. 3, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K to Y" must
vote at Polling Station No. 3A.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 8. Persons registered in Polling
Division No. 8 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to I" must vote at Polling Station
No. 8, and persons whose surnames begin with Ile letters "J to W" must vote at Polling
Station No. 8A.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 9. Persons registered in Polling
Division No. 9 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to G" must vote at Polling Station
No. 9, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "H to Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. 9A.

Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.


L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.) 287


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

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.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH LEEWARD


Polling Station Number
and Name


1. Anglican School
1A. Anglican School
2. Government School
2A. Government School
3. Police Station
4. Estate Cotton House
5. Government School
6. Mr. Powell Mattis'
shop
6A. Government
Dispensary
7. Infant School
8. Government School
9. Mr. Charles Alexan-
der's shop
10. Government Dispen-
sary


Location


Barrouallie
Barrouallie
Layou
Layou
Layou
Cane Grove
Buccament

Vermont

Retreat
Clare Valley
Questelles

Chauncey

Camden Park


Presiding Officer


Mr. Conrad Francis
Mr. Elford Morris
lMrs. Verna Douglas
Mrs. Cynthia Mason
Miss Ishbel Young
Mr. Alexis Griffith
Mr. Kenrick Babb

Mr. Philip Cruickshank

Mrs. Anne McIntosh
Mrs. Cynthia Laborde
Mr. Arnold Jack

Mr. Cecil Laborde

Mr. Edgar Lewis


Poll Clerk


I Mr. Samuel Mason
Miss Sonja Quow
Mr. Alford Browne
Mr. Terry Mattis
Mr. Milton Findlay
Miss Jacqueline James
Mrs. Carlita Griffith

Miss Cleotilda Roberts

Miss Melva Wilson
Mr. Cardon Emmonds
Miss Pearlina Roberts


Miss Audrey Davis

Mrs. Evelyn Jackson


NOTE:-There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 1. Persons registered
in Polling Division No. 1 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to K" must vote at
Polling Station No. 1, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "L to W"
must vote at Polling Station No. 1A.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 2. Persons registered in Polling
Division No. 2 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to K" must vote at Polling Station
No. 2, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "L to Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. 2A.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 6. Persons registered in Polling
Division No. 6 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to J" must vote at Polling Station
No. 6, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K to W" must vote at Polling
Station No. 6A.

Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.


L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

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.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KINGSTOWN


Polling Station Number
and' Name


1. Government School
2. Intermediate School
3. Court House
3A. Court House
4. Anglican School
4A. Anglican School
5. Sanitary Depart-
ment
6. Nurses' Hostel
6A. Nurses Hostel


7.
8.

8A.

9.
9A.
10.
11.

12.
12A.


Location


Richmond Hill
Kingstown
SKingstown
Kingstown
. Kingstown
I Kingstown

. Kingstown
Kingstown
Kingstown


P.H.E.U. Workshop Montrose
Mr. L. Linton's
House .. Montrose
Mr. L. Linton's
House .. Montrose
Government School Lodge Village
Government School Lodge Village
Girl Guides' Hut . Kingstown Park
Mr. Davis' Resi-
dence .. Edinboro
Anglican School .. Lowmans Hill
Anglican School .Lowmans Hill


Presiding Officer


Mrs. Elaine DeShong
Mrs. Lucille Eustace
Mr. Joslyn Williams
Miss Pearlina Guy
Mr. Norman Peters
Mr. G. V. Douglas

Miss Isley Daisley
Miss Laura Hendrickson
Mr. Ormond Williams
Mrs. Mona Kydd

Mr. Fitzroy Dowers

Mr. Cleophas Blugh
Mr. Bertram Arthur
Mr. William Dublin
Miss Beryl Baptiste

Mr. Louis Duncan
Mr. Cornelius Williams
Mr. Clement Bowen


Poll Clerk


Mr. Godfrey Fraser
Mr. Egbert Gould
Mr. John Jack
Mr. Leslie Lawrence
Mrs. Mable Scrubb
Mr. Vincent Ryan

Mr. Clement King
Mrs. Louis Williams
Mrs. Germine Rose
Mrs. Gwendolyn John

Miss Monica Baisden

Mrs. Jessie Nanton
Mrs. Eileen Peters
Mr. Charles Quashie
Mr. Carl Scales

Miss Germine Browne
Miss Aneitha Davis
Mrs. Grace Williams


NOTE :-There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 3 Persons registered
in Polling Division No. 3 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to J" must vote at
Polling Station No. 3, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K to Y" must
vote at Polling Station No. 3A.
There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 4. Persons registered in Polling
Division No. 4 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to I" must vote at Polling Station
No 4, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "J to W" must vote at Polling
Station No. 4A.


There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Station No. 6. Persons registered in
Division No. 6 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to K" must vote at Polling
No. 6, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "L to W" must vote at
Station No. 6A.
There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 8. Persons registered in
Division No. 8 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to J" must vote at Polling
No. 8, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K to Y" must vote at
Station No. 8A.


Polling
Station
Polling

Polling
Station
Polling


There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 9. Persons registered in Polling
Division No. 9 whos: surnames begin with the letters "A to J" must vote at Polling Station
No. 9, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K to Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. 9A.
There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 12. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 12 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to L" must vote at Polling
Station No. No. 12, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "M to Y" must vote at
Polling Station No. 12A.

Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.
L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.




















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.) 289


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

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.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WEST ST. GEORGE


Polling Station Number
an'd Name


SLocation


Presiding Officer


1. Gomea Methodist
School .. Gomea Mr. Edward Richards
2. Mrs. Marion
Greaves' Hall Dauphine Mr. Rawle Boatswain
3. Belair Government
School .. Belair Mr. Darrell Walker
4. Public Works Dept. Arnos Vale Mr. Robert Robertson
5. Government School Dorsetshire Hill Mr. Gordon Weekes
6. Mrs. Theo Saunders'
residence .. Murray Road Miss Muriel James
7. Mr. Samuel Browne's
residence .. Sion Hill Mr. Felix Cuffy


Miss Sylvia Ash's
residence .. Kingstown Hill
Government Cotton
Ginnery .. Frenches
Mr. Selwyn Keizer's
residence Kingstown Hill
Methodist Hostel . Kingstown
Christian Pilgrim
Church .. Cane Garden
Mr. Victor John's
residence .. Cane Garden
i


on


Mrs. Annette Liverpool

Mr. Eardley Cato

Mrs. Mildred Dublin
Mr. Kevin DeFreitas

Mr. John Saunders

Mr. Percy Sealy


Mr. Reginald Davis

Mr. Maurice Greaves

Mrs. Cynthia Nurse
Mrs. Alicine Boatswain
Mr. Fred Gibson

'Mr. Victor Fraser

Mr. Ronald Phillips

Miss Stella Layne

Mrs. Estelle Liverpool

Miss Jean Cambridge
Mrs. Annis Nicholas

Miss Sylvia Steele

Mr. Vibert Dublin.


NOTE :-There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 12. Persons registered
in Polling Division No. 12 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to J" must vote at Polling
Station No. 12, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K to W" must vote at
Polling Station No. 12A.

Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.

L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.


Poll Clerk


12A.




















290 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

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.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF EAST ST. GEORGE


Polling Station Number
and Name


1.

2.
2A.
3.
4.
5.

6.
7.

8.

9.
9A.
10.

11.


Location Presiding Officer


ivlr. Jeshuran M. iasa
Johnson's shop
Government School Calder
Government School Calder
Police Station .. Stubbs
Government School Stubbs
Mr. Fenton Boyea's
residence . Enhams
Mr. Mofford's shop Belmont
Mr. Christopher
King's house .. Prospect
Mr. Joshua
Andrews' house .. Ratho Mill
Town Hall .. Calliaqua
Society Hall .. Calliaqua
Mrs. Agatha Hunte's
shop .. Rose Cottage
Mr. Bertram King's
residence .. Arnos Vale


Mr. Forde Gabriel

Miss Winnifred John
Mr. Wilfred Alexander
Mr. Hubert Daisley
Mr. James Francois

Mrs. Noreen Thomas
Mr. Vini Robin

Miss Louise Brereton

Mr. Reynard Jones
Miss Vernice Hanyes
Mr. Robert Clouden

Mr. Daniel Williams

Mr. Verold Crichton


Poll Clerk


Mr. Randolph Lewis

Miss Beryl Parsons
Miss Lynette Payne
Miss Anita Black
Mr. Marcus Sutton

Miss Elaine George
Miss Sylvia King

Mr. Reeves Lewis

Miss Joan Jack
Mr. Bernard Baynes
Miss Celia Dougan

Mrs. Verdine Gurley

Mr. Isaac Phillips


NOTE :-There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 2. Persons registered
in Polling Division No. 2 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to L" must vote at
Polling Station No. 2, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "M to Y" must
vote at polling Station No. 2A.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 9. Persons registered in Polling
Division No. 9 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to J" must vote at Polling Station
No. 9, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K to Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. 9A.

Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.

L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.) 291


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

6et 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.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH WINDWARD


Polling Station Number
an'd Name


1. Anglican School
1A. Anglican School
2. Mr. Arnold Hus
band's house
3. Biabon Methodist
School
4. Mr. Waithley Wil.
liams' residence
5. Miss Theresa
Henry's residence
6. Government Scho
7. Government Scho
8. Mr. Edward Lewi
shop
8A. Mr. Leon Thomp-
son's residence
9. Society Lodge
9A. Society Lodge
10. Mr. Benjamin
Lewis' residence
11. Mrs. Eliza Alves'
residence
12. Methodist School


Lowmns W. qr i3"tie mar


.Lowmans Wd.
.Lowmans Wd.

.. Bridgetown


Biabou


.New Prospect

.. Peruvian Vale
ol Mesopotamia
ol I Eichland Park
s'
.Richland Park

.Richland Park
.Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia


Carriere

Evesham
Evesham


Mr. Bertie Smart
Miss Isabelle Morris

Mr. Obadiah Christopher

Mrs. Faustina Shortte

MIrs. Emily Williams

Mr. Earlston Shortte
NIr. Alonzo Drayton
NIr. Patrick Bowman

Mr. Percival Lewis

Mr. Harewood Marryshow
Mr. Fitzroy King
,Ir. Charles Browne


Mfr.


George Glasgow

Donald Woods
Hilary Falby


Poll Clerk


Mr. Matthew Thomas
Mr. Cradmore Sutherland

iMr. Alston Rogers

Mr. Milton Davy

Mr. Waithley Williams


Cecil John
Curtis George
Hubert Bacchus


Mr. Orrel Samuel

Mr. Alwyn Clarke
Miss Thelma Johnson
Mrs. Clara Falby

Mr. Daniel Johnson

Mrs. Emily Caesar
Mr. Edison Paul


NOTE:-There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 1. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 1 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to J" must vote at Poll-
ing Station No. 1 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K to Y" must vote at
Polling Station No. 1A.


There will be two Polling
Polling Division No. 8 whose
ini Station No. 8 and persons
Polling Station No. 8A.

There will be two Polling
Polling Division No. 9 whose
ing Station No. 9 and persons
Polling Station No. 9A.


Stations in Polling Division No. 8. Persons registered in
surnames begin with the letters "A to K" must vote at Poll-
whose surnames begin with the letters "J to Y" must vote at


Stations in Polling Division No. 9. Persons registered in
surnames begin with the letters "A to L" must vote in Poll-
whose surnames begin with the letters "M to W" must vote in


Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.


L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.


Location Presiding Officer



















292 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

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.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CENTRAL WINDWARD


Polling Station Number Location Presiding Officer Poll Clerk
and Name

1. Anglican School .. Byera Hill Mr. Alban Pereira Miss Iris James
2. Roman Catholic
School .. Colonarie Mrs. Vivienne Mandeville Mr. Ghofton Fergus
3. Methodist School . South Rivers Miss Joy Simmons iMr. IIynford Ryan
4. Government School Park Hill Mr. Jerome Fereira Mr. Wilbert Ryan
4A. Government School Park Hill Mr. George Stephens Mr. Nordie DaBreo
5. Police Station .. Colonarie Mr. Eardley Israel Mr. Julian Pitt
5A. Police Station .. Colonarie Mr. Selwyn Jones Miss Cynthia Simmons
6. Government School Diamond Mr. Joseph Greaves iss Molly Alexander
7. Methodist School .. New Grounds Mr. Letchie Dickson Miss Venus Spencer
7A. Methodist School .. New Grounds Mr. Urbane Daniel Mr. Emery Lewis
8. Lauders Infant
School .. Lauders Mr. Kenneth Jackson Mr. Alston Mercury
9. Government School Greggs Mr. Elmond Jackson Mr. Theophilus Homer


NOTE :-There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 4. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 4 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to H" must vote at Poll-
ing Station No. 4, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "J to Y" must vote at
Ploling Station No. 4A.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 5. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 5 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to J" must vote at Poll-
ing Station No. 5, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K to Y" must vote in
Polling Station No. 5A.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 7. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 7 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to L" must vote at Poll-
ing Station No. 7 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "M to Y" must vote at
Polling Station No. 7A.

Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.


L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.






SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

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.
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH WINDWARD


Polling Station Number
and Name


Government School
The Anglican
School
Mr. James Nanton's


Location Presiding Officer


Owia

Sandy Bay


Mrs. Augustina Beach

IMr. James Daniel


house .. Sandy Bay Miss Jean Stephens
4. Orange Hill Pay
Office .. Orange Hill Mr. Reynold Bailey
5. The Government
School .Langley Park Iliss Carol Campbell
6. Mr. Balcombe's
house .. Mount Bentick lMrs. Hyacinth Liverpool
7. The Government
School (Senior) Georgetown Miss Gloria Lewis
7A. The Government
School (Infant) .. Georgetown Mr. Olson Thomas
8. Methodist School .. Dickson Miss Viola Crichton
9. Bishop's College Georgetown Mr. Shadrach Thomas
10. Town Board Office. .Georgetown Miss Ann Clarke
I


Poll Clerk


Mr. Charles Daniel

Mr. Joseph Peters

Mr. Vibert Child

Mr. Ulric Alexander

Mrs. Ruth Henry

Mr. Doddridge Glasgow

Mr. John Peters


Peter Serubb
Lennox Lewis
Ormsby Liverpool
John Cozier


NOTE :-There will he two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 7. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 7 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to K" mnst vote at Poll-
ing Station No. 7 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "L to Y" must vote at
Polling Station No. 7A.


Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.


L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

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.
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF THE GRENADINES


Polling Station Number Location Presiding Officer Poll Clerk
and Name

1. Court Room .. Port Elizabeth, Mr. Macaulay Peters Mr. Albert Hazell
Bequia
2. Mr. Alfred Tannis'
house . Hamilton Mr. Innis Quashie Mr. Gabriel Glynn
3. Mrs. Anna Phillips'
house . Belmont Mr. Carlisle Wallace Mr. Sylvester Simmons
4. The Clinic . Paget Farm Mr. Sylvanus Burke Mrs. Elrita Parris
4A. Society Hall .. Paget Farm iMr. Claude Hazell Miss Kathleen DaSilva
5. The School Room .. .Mustique Miss Doreen Simon ;Mr. Newsam Ollivierre
6. Government School Canouan 'M. Cadman Lewis Mr. Evariste Sandy
7. Government School Mayreau Mr. Bertram Lewis iMrs. Rosalyn Lewis
8. Government School Clifton- Mr. David McTaire Mr. Jason Jones
SUnion Island
9. Government School Ashton-
UI Tnion Island r. Orrmn Ashton Miss Ethelie Ambrose

NOTE :-There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 4. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 4 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to J" must vote at Poll-
ing Station No. 4 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K to W" must vote at
Polling Station No. 4A.
Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.
L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.











294 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

DESCRIPTION OF POLLING 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:
Windsor Forest Baleine Richmond
Vale.
Wallibou-- Fitz Hughes.

Polling Division No. 2:
Town of Chateaubelair i n c 1 u ding
Corner Bay and Barracks.

Polling Division No. 3:
Town Extension Sharpes Petit
Bordel.
A- J

Polling Division No. 3A:
Town Extension Sharpes Petit
Bordel.
K- Y

Polling Division No. 4:
Rose Bank Dark View.

Polling Division No. 5:
Troumaca 2nd Belmont.

Polling Division No. 6:
Rose Hall Jack Hill.

Polling Division No. 7:
Westwood Coull's Hill.

Polling Division No. 8:
Spring Cumberland Coco Village
Mangaroo Gordon Village -
Grove.
A I
A--I

Polling Division No. 8A:
Spring Cumberland Coco Village
Mangaroo Gordon Village -
Grove.
S- W

Polling Division No. 9:
Barrouallie North Gabriel Kear-
tons Wallilabou.
A--G

Polling Division No. 9A:
Barrouallie North Gabriel Kear-
tons Wallilabou.
H--Y

Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.


Location of Polling Station

Land Settlement Pay Office.




Chateaubelair Methodist School.



Chateaubelair Government School.




Chateaubelair Government School.




Mr. William Sutherland's residence
Rose Bank.

Trcumaca Government School.


Rose Hall Government School.


Westwood Methodist School.


Spring Methodist School.





Spring Methodist School.





Society Hall, Barrouallie.




Old Police Station, Barrouallie.


L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.) 295


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

DESCRIPTION OF POLLING 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 SOUTH LEEWARD


Description & Number of Polling Division

Polling Division No. 1:
Barrouallie South Glebe Rever-
sion Three Akers Peters Hope.
A- K
Polling Division No. 1A:
Barrouallie South Glebe Re-er-
sion Three Akers Peters Hope.
L-W
Polling Division No. 2:
Mt. Wynne Ruthland Vale North-
ern Portion of Layou.
A-K
Polling Division No. 2A:
Mt. Wynne Ruthland Vale North-
ern Portion of Layou.
L--Y
Polling Division No. 3:
Southern Portion of Layou -- Layou
Hill Akers.
Polling Division No. 4:
Cane Grove Buccament Bay Pem-
broke.
Polling Division No. 5:
Hope Peniston Dubois.
Polling Division No. 6:
Table Rock Francois Retreat --
Vermont Maloney Old Mountain
Queensbury.
A J
Polling Division No. 6A:
Table Rock Francois Retreat -
Vermont Maloney Old Mountain
Queensbury.
K-W
Polling Division No. 7:
Rillan Hill Clare Valley.
Polling Division No. 8:
Questelles.
Polling Division No. 9:
Chauncey.
Polling Division No. 10:
Camden Park.

Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.


Location of Polling Station

Barrouallie Anglican School.



Barrouallie Anglican School.



Layou Government School.



Layou Government School.



Layou Police Station.


Estate Cotton House, Cane Grove.


Buccament Government School.

Mr. Powell Mattis' shop, Vermont.




Retreat Dispensary.




Clare Valley Infant School.

Questelles Government School.

Mr. Charles Alexander's shop.

Camden Park Dispensary.


L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.












296 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

DESCRIPTION OF POLLING 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 KINGSTOWN


Description & Number of Polling Division

Polling Division No. 1:
McKie's Hill Buckhorn Richmond
Hill.
Polling Division No. 2:
Halifax and Grenville Streets
Melville Street Bay Street Granby
Street Sharpe Street.
Polling Division No. 3:
Paul's Lot St. James White
Chapel.
A--J
Polling Division No. 3A:
Paul's Lot St. James White
Chapel.
K- Y
Polling Division No. 4:
Road to Leeward Bentinck Square.
North River Road Higginson Street.
A--I
Polling Division No. 4A:
Road to Leeward Bentinck Square.
North River Road Higginson Street.
J-W
Polling Division No. 5:
Rose Place Lower Middle Street.
Tyrell Street Battery Hill.
Polling Division No. 6:
Southern Montrose Stoney Ground
Monkey Hill Cemetery Hill -
Battery Hill.
A--K
Polling Division No. 6A:
Southern Montrose Stoney Ground
Monkey Hill Cemetery Hill -
Battery Hill.
L-W
Polling Division No. 7:
New Montrose (North) and Botanical
Gardens and Lago Heights.
Polling Division No. 8:
Old Montrose Liberty Lodge West -
Bow Wood.
A--J
Polling Division No. 8A:
Old Montrose Liberty Lodge West -
Bow Wood.
K--Y
Polling Division No. 9:
Upper Kingstown Park Green Hill -
Redemption rest of Liberty Lodge
(East).
A--J


Location of Polling Station

Richmond Hill Government School.


Intermediate School.



The Court House.



The Court House.



Kingstown Anglican School.



Kingstown Anglican School.



Sanitary Department.


Nurses' Hostel.




Nurses' Hostel.




P.H.E.U. Workshop.


Mr. L. Linton's House, Montrose.



Mr. L. Linton's House, Montrose.



Lodge Village Government School.








SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.) 297


Description & Number of Polling Division
Polling Division No. 9A:
Upper Kingstown Park Green Hill -
Redemption rest of Liberty Lodge
(East).
K--Y
Polling Division No. 10:
Kingstown Park (South).
Polling Division No. 11:
Edinboro Fort Charlotte Cox
Heath.
Polling Division No. 12:
Lowmans Ottley Hall Part of
Camden Park Gun Hill.
A-L
Polling Division No. 12A:
Lowmans Ottley Hall Part of
Camden Park Gun Hill.
M--Y
Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.


Location of Polling Station
Lodge Village Government School.




Girl Guides' Hut.

Mr. Davis' Residence.


Lowmans Anglican School.



Lowmans Anglican School.




L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

DESCRIPTION OF POLLING 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 WEST ST. GEORGE

Description & Number of Polling Division Location of Polling Station
Polling Division No. 1: Gomea Methodist School.
Fairburn Pasture Fountain Ash-
burton Gomea.
Polling Division No. 2: Mrs. Marian Greaves' Hall.
Kilburney Welcome Dauphine -
Meek.
Polling Division No. 3: Belair Government School.
Belair.
Polling Division No. 4: Public Works Department.
Cane Hall Arnos Vale.
Polling Division No. 5: Dorsetshire Hill Government School.
Dorsetshire Hill Orange Grove -
Green Hill.
Polling Division No. 6: Mrs. Theo Saunders' residence, Murray
Murray Village Paul Over part of Road.
Rockies.
Polling Division No. 7: Mr. Samuel Browne's residence, Sion
Upper Sion Hill Estate and Richmond Hill.
Hill.
Polling Division No. 8: Miss Sylvia Ash's residence.
Frenches.
Polling Division No. 9: Government Cotton Ginnery.
Frenches and Murray Road.
Polling Division No. 10: Mr. Selwyn Keizer's residence.
Quarry Long Wall Granby.
Polling Division No. 11: Methodist Hostel.
Sion Hill (North) and Kingstown Hill.
Polling Division No. 12: Christian Pilgrim Church, Cane Gar-
Sion Hill (South), Cane Garden. den.
A--J
Polling Division No. 12A: Mr. Victor John's residence.
Sion Hill (South), Cane Garden.
K-W
Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.
L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.












298 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

DESCRIPTION OF POLLING 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 EAST ST. GEORGE


Description & Number of Polling Division

Polling Division No. 1:
Argyle Mt. Pleasant Rescue -
Bonhcmme.
Polling Division No. 2:
Calder Akers and Part of Evesham
Vale.
A-L
Polling Division No. 2A:
Caider Akers and Part of Evesham
Vale.
M-Y
Polling Division No. 3:
Upper Stubbs Victoria Village.
Polling Division No. 4:
Lower Stubbs.
Polling Division No. 5:
Glamorgan McCarthy Joseph's
Land Carapan Diamond En-
hams Rivulet Southwood.
Polling Division No. 6:
Belmont Fairburn Pasture Upper
Fairhall Whim.
Polling Division No. 7:
Brighton Belvedere Ribishi -
Harmony Hall Choppins.
Polling Division No. 8:
Prospect Ratho Mill.
Polling Division No. 9:
Calliaqua Golden Vale Glen -
Lower Fairhall.
A--J
Polling Division No. 9A:
Calliaqua Golden Vale Glen -
Lo'.ver Fairhall.
K Y
Polling Division No. 10:
Villa including Indian Bay and Roe
Cottage.
Polling Division No. 11:
Fountain Ainos Vale.


Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.


Location of Polling Station

Mr. Jeshuran Johnson's shop.


Calder Government School.



Calder Government School.



Stubbs Police Station.

Stubbs Government School.

Mr. Fenton Boyea's residence.



Mr. Mofford's shop.


Mr. Christopher King's house.


Mr. Joshua Andrews' house, Ratho Mill.

Town Hall, Calliaqua.



Society Hall, Calliaqua.



Mrs. Agatha Hunte's shop.


Mr. Bertram King's shop, Arnos Vale.


L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS.
Supervisor of Elections.












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GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.

DESCRIPTION OF POLLING 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 SOUTH WINDWARD


Description & Number of Polling Division

Polling Division No. 1:
Lowmans Hadley's South Union.
A-J
Polling Division No. 1A:
Lowmans Hadley's South Union.
K--Y
Polling Division No. 2:
Cedars Massey Bridgetown.
Polling Division No. 3:
Biabor -- Adelphi.
Polling Division No. 4:
Simons New Prospect.
Polling Division No. 5:
Spring Peruvian Vale Escape -
Yambou.
Polling Division No. 6:
Mesopotamia Cane End Saycrs.
Jackson's Pasture Dumbarton.
Polling Division No. 7:
Lower Richland Park HoIpeweUl -
Gaskill Stuart Greggs Simp-
sons.
Polling Division No. 8:
Upper Richland Park Montreal -
Kelly.
A-K
Polling Division No. 8A:
Upper Richland Park Montreal -
Kelly.
L--Y
Polling Division No. 9:
Freeland Farm Caruth Golden
Grove Forty Acres Mt. Pleasant
Mountain.
A--L
Polling Division No. 9A:
Freeland Farm Caruth Golden
Grove Forty Acres Mt. Pleasant
Mountain.
M-W
Polling Division No. 10:
Carriere Collins Carapan Mt.
Rileys Kilburney.
Polling Division No. 11:
Evesham Pilgrim Hill.
Polling Division No. 12:
Evesham Vale (La Croix).

Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.


Location of Polling Station

Lowmans Windward Anglican School.


Lowmans Windward Anglican School.


Mr. Arnold Husband's House, Bridge-
town.
Biabou Methodist School.

Mr. Waithley Williams' residence, New
Prospect.
Miss Theresa Henry's residence, Peru-
vian Vale.

Mesopotamia Government School.


Richland Park Government School.



Mr. Edward Lewis' shop, Richland
Park.


Mr. Leon Thompson's residence, Rich-
land Park.


Society Lodge, Mesopotamia.




Society Lodge, Mesopotamia.




Mr. Benjamin Lewis' residence, Car-
riere.

Mrs. Elija Alves' residence, Evesham.

Evesham Methodist School.



L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.












300 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.


DESCRIPTION OF POLLING 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 CENTRAL WINDWARD

Description & Number of Polling Division Location of Polling Station

Polling Division No. 1: Byera Anglican School.
Grand Sable Chester Cottage -
Byera.

Polling Division No. 2: Colonarie Roman Catholic School.
Mt. William Mangrove Gorse -
Colonarie.

Polling Division No. 3: South Rivers Methodist School.
Three Rivers South Rivers.

Polling Division No. 4: Park Hill Government School.
Park Hill.
A-H

Polling Division No. 4A: Park Hill Government School.
Park Hill.
J-Y

Polling Division No. 5: Colonarie Police Station.
Friendly Village Belle Vue Mt.
Grenan Sans Souci.
A -J

Polling Division No. 5A: Colonarie Police Station.
Friendly Village Belle Vue Mt.
Grenan Sans Souci.
K--Y

Polling Division No. 6: Diamond Government School.
Diamond Lively.

Polling Division No. 7: New Grounds Methodist School.
New Adelphi New Grounds Chap-
mans North Union.
A-L

Polling Division No. 7A: New Grounds Methodist School.
New Adeiphi New Grounds Chap-
mans North Union.
M-Y

Polling Division No. 8: Lauders Infant School.
Higher Lovmans Lauders.

Polling Division No. 9: Greggs Government School.
Greggs.

Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.

L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Elections.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.) 301


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.



DESCRIPTION OF POLLING 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 WINDWARD


Description & Number of Polling Division

Polling Division No. 1:
Fancy Owia.

Polling Division No. 2:
Sandy Bay North.

Polling Division No. 3:
South Sandy Bay.

Polling Division No. 4:
Overland Tourama Orange Hill -
Waterloo.

Polling Division No. 5:
Langley Park Chapmans Village -
Basin Hole.

Polling Division No. 6:
Mt. Bentick Bay Road Mt. Bentick
and Spring Village.

Polling Division No. 7:
Caratal Chili Roseneat Cottage.
A K

Polling Division No. 7A:
Caratal Chili Roseneat Cottage.
L-Y

Polling Division No. 8:
O'Briens Dicksons.

Polling Division No. 9:
Georgetown.

Polling Division No. 10:
Georgetown (South) Grand Sable.


Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.


Location of Polling Station

Owia Government School.


Sandy Bay Anglican School.


Mr. James Nanton's house.


Orange Hill Pay Office.



Langley Park Government School.



Mr. Balcombe's house, Mt. Bentick.



Georgetown Government School
(Senior).


Georgetown Government
(Infant).


Dickson Methodist School.


Bishop's College, Georgetown.


Town Board Office.


School


L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS.
Supervisor of Elections.







302 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST, 1966.-(No. 45.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1966.


DESCRIPTION OF POLLING 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 THE GRENADINES


Description & Number of Polling Division

Polling Division No. 1:
Bequia (Industry Spring Hope -
Port Elizabeth Pretoria).

Polling Division No. 2:
Hamilton Ocar.

Polling Division No. 3:
Union Estate Belmont Mt. Pleas-
ant Friendship Tony Gibbons -
Lower Bay.

Polling Division No. 4:
La Pompe Paget Farm Isle de
Quartre.
A-J

Polling Division No. 4A:
La Pompe Paget Farm Isle de
Quartre.
K--W

Polling Division No. 5:
Mustique.

Polling Division No. 6:
Canouan.

Polling Division No. 7:
Mayreau.

Polling Division No. 8:
Union Island (Clifton).

Polling Division No. 9:
Union Island (Ashton),

Dated this 5th day of August, 1966.


MOUNT BENTINCK ESTATES
LIMITED.



NOTICE is hereby given that the
following special resolution was passed
at a general meeting of the above-
named Company held on the 12th day
of July, 1966, and confirmed at a sub-
sequent meeting held on the 28th day
of July, 1966:-


Location of Polling Station

The Court Room, Port Elizabeth.



Mr. Alfred Tannis' house.


Mrs. Anna Phillips' house.




The Clinic, Paget Farm.




Society Hall, Paget Farm.




The School Room.


Canouan Government School.


Mayreau Government School.


Clifton Government School.


Ashton Government School.


L. A. DOUGLAS WILLIAMS.
Supervisor of Elections.


"That the Company be wound up
voluntarily and that Harold
Ernest Tryhane be appointed
Liquidator for the purpose of
winding up the affairs and dis-
tributing the Assets of the Com-
pany."
Dated this 28th day of July, 1966.

MOUNT BENTINCK ESTATES
LIMITED.
CHAS. JOS. DOPWELL,
Secretary.


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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDER

1966, No. 21.

AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (CLEMENT AND EDITH MOLLER)
(CANNING OF LOCAL FOOD OR OF LOCAL FOOD PRODUCTS)
ORDER, 1966.

(Gazetted 9th August, 1966).

WHEREAS on the 3rd day of May, 1966, by S.R. & O. No. 15 of 1966, the
establishment, maintenance and operation in the Colony of plant for the
canning of local food or of local food products was declared a pioneer in-
dustry for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952
(No. 5 of 1952) (and canned local food or canned local food products were
declared to be pioneer products of that industry:
THEREFORE in exercise of the powers conferred upon him by sub-
section (1) of section 4 of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952, the
Administrator in Council has been pleased to make the following Order:-
1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer In-
dustries (Clement and Edith Moller) (Canning of Local Food or of Local
Food Products) Order, 1966.
2. Declaration. CLEMENT and EDITH MOLLER are hereby declared
to be pioneer manufacturers in relation to the canning of local food or of
local fqod products at the pioneer factory to be established at a building
situate in Sungingdale, Glen Road, Calliaqua.
3. Construction Day. Construction day shall be the 2nd January,
1967.
4. Production Day. Production day shall be 1st June, 1967.

Made by the Administrator in Council under section 4 (1) of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952, this 3rd day of August, 1966.

GABRIEL V. BONADIE,
(T.P. 466). Clerk of Executive Council.


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