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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


V 1 ublislAr1N bi AU tlU i.rity.


VoL. 100.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967. [No. 28.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 78.
APPOINTMENTS.
COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX

His Honour the Administrator has been
pleased to approve the appointment of
Mr. ALBERT JOFFRE SHILLINGFORD, Esq.,
as a Commissioner of Income Tax with
effect from 1st May, 1967.
9th May, 1967.


COMMITTEE

.d persons have
irs of the Prison
r the year 1967,
of Rule 3 of the
ules 1945 (S.R. &


:ER, Esq., M.B.E.
-. JEROME BURKE, Esq.
Revd. ERROL C. WILTSHIRE
D. E. FRANK, Esq.
Brigadier CLEMENTINA LEOPOLD
Magistrate District 1 Visiting
Justice
The Matron, General Hospital
The Public Assistance & Probation
Officer Secretary.
9th May, 1967.
(SS 107).


No. 77.
BANK HOLIDAYS.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday, 15th May, 1967 (Whit Mon-
clay), being a Bank Holiday, all Public
Offices will be closed on that day.
2nd May, 1967.

No. 80.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Thursday, 25th May, 1967, (Corpus
Christi), being a Bank Holiday, all
Public. Offices will be closed on that day.
9th May, 1967.


No. 81.


LEGISLATION.


The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-

S.R. & 0. No. 15.-Roads .(Prohibi-
tion of Certain Vehicles) Order,
1967.
(S.M.P. 1296).
S.R. & 0. No. 16.-Proclamation for
the preparation of an electors' roll
for the Town of Kingstown.
(C.M. 301).
By Command,
0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Establishment Officer.
(GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
9th May, 1967.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28).


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.


EDUCATION NOTICES.


A competitive examination for the
award of scholarships for boys and girls
tenable at the Grammar School and
Girls' High School will be held at the
Richmond Hill Government School on
Friday, 7th July, 1967.
2. The Scholarships are open to
pupils attending Government or Assist-
ed Primary Schools or Private Schools
which satisfy the requirements of the
Board of Education, and entitle the
holder to free tuition, games and
Library fees and the necessary school
books and stationery. All Scholarship
holders, who during the tenure of a
scholarship normally reside not less
than two miles from the limits of
Kingstown measured by the shortest
public highway, shall be entitled to
receive the maintenance grant at the
rate of one hundred and ninety-two
dollars ($192.00) per annum; provided
that should a scholarship holder cease
to reside, for any period during the
tenure of the scholarship, no mainten-
ance grant should be paid in respect
of such period, unless such scholarship
holder is living for the purpose of tak-
ing advantage of the scholarship.
3. Candidates must (a) have been
less than 12 years of age on the 31st
July, 1967. Age must be proved by a
birth certificate or baptismal certificate;
(b) have attended a Government or
Assisted Primary School which satisfies
the requirements of the Board of Edu-
cation, during the twelve months pre-
ceding the 31st July, 1967 for not less
than 75% of the maximum attendances
possible during such period, as shown
in the attendance Register kept in the
school; (c) furnish a certificate of good
conduct Erom the Head Teacher or
Head Teachers of such school or
schools; (d) be natives of the territory
or children of natives or have been resi-
dent in the territory for at least two
years.
4. The Education Officer is em-
powered to accept for examination any
candidate who, through illness has
failed to comply with the requirements
of paragraph 3(b) above, with respect
to the number of attendances.
5. No scholarship shall be awarded
to any candidate who obtains less than
one third of the possible marks in each
subject and less than one-half of the
total possible marks in the examination.


6. Scholarships are awarded for a.
period of not more than six years pro-
vided the Scholar's attendance, conduct
and progress as shown by the term re-
ports are considered satisfactory.
7. Candidates will be examined in
English (including Comprehension) and
Arithmetic, and shall be given an In-
telligence Test.
8. Applications accompanied by Birth
or Baptismal Certificates must reach the
Education Office not later than Wednes-
day, 7th June, 1967.

THEODORE V. KEANE,
Education Officer.
20th April, 1967.


ENTRANCE EXAMINATION-GRAMMAR
SCHOOL

An Examination for entrance to the
St. Vincent Grammar School in the
school year beginning September 1967
will be held at the School on Friday
7th July, 1967 at 8.30 a.m.
Candidates should be not less than
10 years 8 months nor more than 12
years 6 months on 30th September, 1967
and parents are asked to submit Birth
Certificates before Friday 23rd June,
1967.
Candidates will be expected to bring
along pencils, pens and rulers. Writing
paper will be supplied.

AUDLEY R. MORGAN,
Headmaster,
St. Vincent Grammar School.
18th April, 1967.




NOTICl

Movements of ..the Wfest Inlies
Associated states High Court
during the 'month of
May, *67. .

(Appellate Jurisdiction)

The W'est indiez Associated States'
High Court, sitting in its appellate
jurisdiction, will dispose of Magisterial
Appeals in the following Circuits on the
dates .'5 ,1 hereunder:

GRENADA: Monday 8th May.
The Court will comprise the
Honourablo the Chief Justice
and the Honourable Mr. Jus-
tice Glasgow.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28). 15S


ST. VINCENT: Wednesday 10th May
and continuing.
The Court will comprise the;
Honourable Mr. Justice St.
Bernard and the Honourable
Mr. Justice Glasgow.

Dated this 22nd day of April, 1967.

A. D. WOODS,
Deputy Registrar, Supreme Court.


SAINT VINCENT.


IN THE COURT OF APPEAL OF THE
WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES HIGH COURT
(ST. VINCENT CIRCUIT)
A.D. 1967.

NOTICE is hereby given that the
abovenamed Appeal Court will be con-
vened at the Court House, Kingstown
on Wednesday, 10th day of May, 1967
at 9.00 o'clock in the forenoon and con-
tinuing for the purpose of hearing
Magisterial Appeals now pending be-
fore the said Court.
ALL PARTIES concerned also such
persons as are bound over by recog-
nizance to prosecute Appeals are here-
by notified and are commanded to give
their personal attention and atturlnd-
ance.
BY COMMAND,

IT. M. SQUIRES.
Registrar, Supreme Court.


AUCTION SALE.

UNSERVICEABLE VEHICLES M.C.W.

It is hereby notified for public inform-
ation that the undermentioned unser-
viceable vehicles belonging to the Min-
istry for Communications and Works
will be sold by auction at the Ministry
Compound, Arnos Vale, on Wednesday,
17thi May, 1967 at 1.30 p.m.:-

1 Opel Car P. 1496
1 Burnt Bedford Truck T. 831

Ministry for Communications & Works
2nd May, 1967.


NOTICE

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that in accordance with Sec-
tion 14 sub-section (2) of Ordinance


No. 17 of 1951, Mrs. DAPHINE GRANT
has been appointed to serve as a Nom-
inated Member on the Bequia District
Council for the remainder of the life of
the Council which expires on 31st De-
cember, 1967. She replaces Mr. VICTOR
FREDERICK who forfeited his seat.

T. M. VELOX,
Local Government Officer.
29th April, 1967.
(C.M. 104).


POLICE NOTICE.


GENERAL ELECTIONS


19TH MAY, 1967


The attention of the general public is
drawn to Section 71 Sub. Sections (1)
(2) and (3) of the Legislative Council
election 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
con(fregate within one hundred yards
of aul building in which is situate any
polling station.
(2) This section shall not apply:-
(a) to .any electors who are wait-
incg to 1oll their votes at such
polling station and who obey
any instructions which be
given by the presiding 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 Or-
dinance lawfully enter or re-
main in such polling station.
(3) Every person who contravenes or
fails to comply with any of the pro-
visions of this section shall be guilty of
vn offence against this section and shall
be liable on summary conviction there-
for to a fine of two hundred and forty
dollars or to imprisonment for six
months or to both such fine and im-
pr isonment.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.

21st April, 1967.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, -9 MAY, 1967.-(No. ,28):.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.

FORM NO. 23.
(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 19th day of May, 1967, 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 Office, Fitz Hughes
2. Chateaubelair Methodist School
3. Chateaubelair Government School
3A. Chateaubelair Government School
4. William Suthrland's IlIo-us,, Rose Bank
5. Troumaca Government School
6. Rose Hall Government School
7. Westwood Methodist School
8. Spring Methodist School
8A. Spring Methodist School
9. Barrouallie Society Hall
9A. Barrouallie Old Police Station

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

DENNIE, Alphonso Alphaeus; Troumaca-Retired Headteacher
SLATER, Samuel Eric; Chateaubelair-Proprietor

of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.

The final counting of the votes will take place on the 20th day of May,
1967 at the Old Police Station, Barrouallie, at the hour of eight o'clock in
the forenoon.
Given under my hand at Troumaca this 2nd day of May, 1967.
LAWRENCE BRERETON,
Returning Officer.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.

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 19th day of May, 1967, 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 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28). 161


Polling Stations:


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


Barrouallie Anglican School
Barriouallie Anglican School
Layou Government School
Layou Government School
Layou Police Station
Estate Cotton House, Cane Grove
Buccament Government School
Mr. Powell Mattis' Shop, Vermont
Government Di.qpensary, Retreat
Clare Valley Infant School
Questelles Government School
Mr. Charles Alexander's Shop. Chauncey
Govern:!'-int Dispnsary. C(amden Park


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

EUSTACE, Joseph Lambert; Montrose-Proprietor
SYLVESTER. OthniA. Rudolph; QuesTelle.-Barrister-at-Law

of which all persons are hereby required to take not'ce and govern themselves
accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place on the 2';th day of May,
1967 at the Layou Police Station, a, the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon.

Given under my hand at Questelles this 2nd day of May, 1967.

VINSGATH DOUGLAS,
Returning Officer.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967

FORM NO. 28.
(Section 26.)
THE LEGISLATIVE COITNCIL (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 19th day of May, 1967, 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. Richmond Hill Government School
2. Intermediate School, Kingstown
3. The Court House, Kingstown
3A. The Court House, Kingstown
4. Kingstown Anglican School
4A. Kingstown Anglican School
5. Sanitary Department, Kingstown
6. Nurses' Hostel, Kingstown
6A. Nurses' Hostel, Kingstown
7. P.H.E.U. Workshop, Montrose
8. P.H.E.U. Workshop, Montrose
SA. P.H.E.U. Workshop, Montrose
9. Lodge Village Government School
9A. Lodge Village Government School
10. Girl Guides' Hit. 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












162 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, '1967.-(No. 28).


of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.

The final counting of the votes will take place on the 20th day of May,
1967 at the Court House, Kingstown, at eight o'clock in the forenoon.


Given under my hand at Kingstown this 2nd day of May, 1967.


C. F. BROWNE.
Returning Officer.




GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.


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 19th day of May, 1967, 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. Gomea Medthodist. School
2. Mr. Rupert Minors' Residence, Dauphine
3. Belair Government School
4. Public Works Department, Arnos Vale
"5. Dorsetshire Government School
6. Mr. George Lougheed's Residence, Murray Road
7. Mrs. Inez Garrick's Residence, Sion Hill
S. Miss Sylvia' Ash's Residence, Tingstowu Hill
9. Government Cotton Ginnery, Frenches
10. Mr. Selwyn Keizer's. Residence, Kingstown Hill
11. Emmanuel High School. Kingstown Hill
12. Christian Pilgrim" Church, Cane Garden
12A. Mr. Victor -John's Residence, Cane Garden


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

MARKSMAN, Roderick Fitzgerald: Grenville Street, Kingstown-
Businessman
RUSSELL. Randolph Bertie; Kingstown-Cinema Manager

of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.

The final counting of. the votes will take place on the 20th day of May,
1967 at the Government Cotton Ginnery, Frenches, at the hour of eight o'clock
in the forenoon.

Given under my hand at Kingstown this 2nd day of May, 1967.

LEON HUGGINS.
Returning Officer.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967


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 19th day of May, 1967, 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. Stubb: Government School
5. Miss Dorcas Caruth's Shop, 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. The Indian Bay Beach Club
11. Mr. Bertram King's Residence, Arnos Vale

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

CATO, Robert Milton: Rath' Mill-Barrister-at-Law
RICHARDS, Egerton McLe-an; Brighton-Farmer

of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.

The final counting of the vot-e vill take place on the 20th day of May,
1967 at the Calliaqua Police Station, at the hour of eight o'clock in the
forenoon.

Given under my hand at Frenches this 2nd day of May, 1967.

E. R. HANNAWAY,
Returning Officer.

GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967

FORM NO. 2{.
(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 ei.ctors nif 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 19th day of May, 1967, 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 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28).


Polling Stations: 1. Lowmans Wd. Anglican School
1A. Lowmans Wd. Anglican School
2. Mr. Brandford John's House, Bridgetown
3. Biabou Methodist School
4. Mr. Waithley Williams' House. New Prospect
5. Miss Theresa Henry's Honse, Peruvian Vale
6. Marriaqua Government School
7. Richland Park Government School
8. Mr. Edward Lewis' Residence, Richland Park
8A. Mr. Berkley Thompson's House, Rich!and Park
9. Society Lodge. Mesopotamia
9A. Society Lodge, Mesopotamia

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

BACCHUS, Donnelly Augustus; Richland Park-Planter
LATHAM, Levi Calvert; Mesopotamia-Planter

of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern th-mselves
accordingly.

The final counting of the votes will take place on the 20th day of May,
1967 at the Mesopotamia Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock in the
forenoon.

Given under my hand at Richland Park thi. 2nd day of May, 1967.

W. G. BACCHUS,
Returning Officer.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967

FORM NO. 28.
(Section 23.-

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of CENTRAL WNIDWARD.

Notice is hereby given to the electors of the E!,- 7torai 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 19th day of May 1967, 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 Pollinr 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 Sehool
8. Lauders Infant School
9. Greggs Government School


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

DAISLEY, Hubert Ernest Augustus; Stubbs-Retired Headteacher
JOSHUA, Ebenezer Theodore; Edinboro-Accountant Teacher

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











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28).


The final counting of the votes will take place on the 20th day of May,
1967 at Colonarie Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon.

Given under my hand at Byera this 2nd day of May, 1967.

PARNEL SUTTON,
Returning Officer.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967

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 19th day of May, 1967, 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. Fancy Government School
1A. Owia Government School
2. Sandy Bay Anglican School
3. Sandy Bay Anglican School
4. Orange Hill Clinic
5. Langley Park Government School
6. Mr. Balcombe's House, Mt. Bentick
7. Georgetown Government School (Snr.)
7A. Georgetown Government School (Infant)
8. Methodist School, Dickson
9. Georgetown Bishop's College
10. Town Board Office, Georgetown
And that the prospective candidates in the Electoral District are as follows:

JOSHUA, Ivy Inez; Edinboro, Kingstown-Housewife
RICHARDS, John Gregg; Georgetown-Planter

of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place on the 20th day of May,
1967 at the Georgetown Police Station, at the hour of eight o'clock in the
forenoon.

Given under my hand at Georgetown this 2nd day of May, 1967.
THEODORE BALLAH,
Returning Officer.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967

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 19th day of May, 1967, at the hour of












166 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28).


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 Disirict.


Polling Stations:


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


And that the prospective candidates in the Electoral District are as follows:
MITCHELL, James Fitz Allen; Bequia-Agronomist
WILSON, Rupert Augustus; Union Island-Chauffeur
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place on the 20th day of May,
1967 at the Court Room, Port Elizabeth, Bequia, at the hour of eight o'clock in
the forenoon.
Given under my hand at Union Island this 2nd day of May, 1967.
F1TZROY DOWERS,
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. & 0. No. 35 of 1960
is shown hereunder opposite his name.


NORTH LEEWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT



1. DENNIE, Alphonzo Alphaeus .Appendix A Symbol No. 3


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2. SLATER, Samuel Eric


- Appendix A Symbol No. 5


SOUTH LEEWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT



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





2. SYLVESTER, Othniel Rudolph Appendix A Symbol No. 3


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28).


KINGSTOWN



1. ADAMS, Emmanuel Fatima






2. TANNIS, Hudson Kemuel


ELECTORAL DISTRICT




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WEST ST. GEORGE ELECTORAL DISTRICT


1. MARKSMAN, Roderick Fitzgerald
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2. RUSSELL, Randolph Bertie Appendix A Symbol No. 5



EAST ST. GEORGE ELECTORAL DISTRICT


1. CATO, Robert Milton






2. RICHARDS, Egerton McLean


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- Appendix A Symbol No. 3


SOUTH WINDWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT




1. BACCHUS, Donnelly Augustus- Appendix A Symbol No. 3


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1. DAISLEY, Hubert Ernest
Augustus





2. JOSHUA, Ebenezer Theodore


CENTRAL WINDWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT


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- Appendix A Symbol No. 3


NORTH WINDWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT


1. JOSHUA, Ivy Inez






2. RICHARDS, John Gregg


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GRENADINES ELECTORAL DISTRICT



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


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Dated this 2nd day of May, 1967.


G. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1907.-(No. 28). 160


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.


Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing the respective
Polling Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forth-
coming Election:-

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH LEEWARD


Polling Station Number Location
and Name


Presiding Officer


1. Land Settlement
Office
2. Chateaubelair
Methodist School
3. Chateaubelair
Govt. School
3A. Cha, aubelair
Govt. School
4. William
Sutherland's Hou
5. Troumaca (', vt.
School
6. Rose Hall Govt.
School
7. Westwood
Methodist School
8. Spring Methodist
School
8A. Spring Methodis
School
9. Society Hall
9A. Old Police
Station


.- Fitz Hughes : Weldon A. Findlay

Chateaubelair Mrs. Phyllis Charles

Chateaubelair 'Mr. McLean Douglas

* i Chateaubelair Mrs. Margaret Williams

se Rose Bank Mrs. Imore Jack

. Troumaca Mrs. Beatrice Noel

.. Rose Hall M.iss Stephanie
Alexander
.. Westwood !,eopold Anthony

Spring Village Osborne Allen
t
.. Spring Village Mr. Esmond Collierre
Barroualie, Mr. i.-nson Jack

. .Barronallie ,Mrs. Mary Layne


Mrs. Annie Edwards

Mr. Rodney Adams

Mr. Allan Compton

Mrs. Earla Coombs

Mr. Hugh Delpesche

Mr. Foster Burke

;ujamin Samuel

Miiss Eileen Iton

Miss Dorothy
Providence
Mrs. Hureldine Joseph
I:uovrell IHull

Mr. Weldon Jack


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 Poll-
ing Station 3A.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 8. Persons registered in Poll-
ing Division No. 8 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to I" must vote at Polling
Station No. 8. end persons whose sornamnes hewin with the letters "J to W" must vote
at Polling Staion No. SA.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 9. Persons registered in Poll-
ing 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 2nd day of May, 1967.
G. W. Y. HIUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.


i Poll Clerk













170 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, *1967.-(No. 28).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing the respective
Polling Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forth-
coming Election:-
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH LEEWARD


Polling Station Number
and Name


Location


Presiding Officer


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


Mr. Conrad Francis
Mr. Egbert Me K.
Lawrence

:Mrs. Verna Douglas

Mrs. Cynthia Mason

Miss Isabel Young

Mr. Alexis Griffith


Mr.


Samuel Mason


Miss Son;j i Quow

Miss Ena Patrick


Mr.


Terry Mattis


Mr. Milton Findlay

?I Jacqueline James


Mrs. Viola John Mrs. Carlita Griffith

Mr. Phillip Cruickshank Mi,' Vernice Grant

M". Alston Rogers Miss Melva Wilson


k


Mrs. Cynthia Laborde

IM". Arnold Jack

ATM Cecil Laborde

Mr. Edger Lewis


Mr. Cardon Emmons

Miss Pearlina Roberts

Miss Arudrey 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 1A.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 2. Persons registered in Poll-
ing Division No. 2 whose surnames begin with 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 Poll-
ing Station No. 2A:

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 6. Persons registered in Poll-
ing Division No. 6 whose surnames begin with the letter "A to J" must vote at Polling
Station No. 6. and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K to Wr mnst vote at
Polling Station No. 6A.


Dated this 2nd day of May, 1967.


G. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.


Poll Clerk


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.


Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing the respective
Polling Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forth-
coming Election:-

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KINGSTOWN


Polling Station Number Location
and Name

1. Government School Richmond Hill
2. Intermediate Sch. Kingstown

3. Court House .. Kingstown ;
3A. Court House .. Kingstown
4. Anglican School .. Kingstown
4A. Anglican School .. Kingstown
5. Sanitary Dept. .. Kingstown
6. Nurses' Hostel .Kingstown
6A. Nurses' Hostel . Kingstown
7. P.H.E.U. Workshop Montrose
8. P.H.E.U. Workshop Montrose
8A. P.H.E.U. Workshop Montrose
9. Government School Lodge Village
9A. Government School Lodge Village
10. Girl Guides' Hut.. Kingstown
Park
11. Mr.Davis' Residence Edinboro
12. Anglican School. ., Lowmans Hill
12A. Anglican School..'Lowmans Hill


Presiding Officer


Mrs. Elaine De ;i-hng
Miss Pearlina Guy

IMr. Clifford Law.rence
Mrs. Lucille Eustace
Mr. Clinton Antrobus
Mr. Norman Peters
Mr. Aubrey Duncan
.Mrs. Adeline Arthur
Mr. Ormond Williams
Mrs. Mona Kidd
Mr. Cleophus Blugh
Mrs. Gwendolyn John
Mr. William Dublin
Mr. Ceford Providence
Miss Beryl Baptiste

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


Poll Clerk


IMr. Vinoent Rya1i
Mr. Washington
Emmanuel
Mr. John Jack
Mr. Leslie Lawrence
Mr. Godfrey Fraser
Mrs. Mable Serubb
71". Clement King
Mrs. Lou:s Williams
i Mrs. Germaine Rose
Mrs. Azubah Williams
'Miss Monica Baisden
Mr.. Jess,;. Nanton
, r. C(aor!es Quashie
!Mrs. Eileen Peters
Mr. Alphonso Millington

Miss Germaine Browne
Miss Aneitha Davis
IMrs 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 Poll-
ing Station No. 4, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "J to W" mnist vote at
Polling Station No. 4A.

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 K" must vote at Poll-
,ing Station No. 6, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "L to W" must vote
'at Polling Station No. 6A.

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 J" must vote at Polling
Station No. 8, and persons whose surnames beg n with the letters "K to Y" 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 J" must vote at Polling
Staion No. 9. and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K to Y" must vote at Poll-
ing Station No. 9A.

There will be two Polling Stations in Poll'ng Division No. 12. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 12 whose surnames begin w'th the letters "A to L" must vote at Polling
Station No. 12, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "M to Y" must vote at
Polling Station No. 12A.

Dated this 2nd day of May, 1967.
G. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY,. 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.


Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing the respective
Polling Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forth-
coming Election:-

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WEST ST. GEORGE


1. Methodist School.. Gomea Mr. Austin Nurse
2. Mr. Rupert Minors'
residence .. Dauphine Mrs. Cynthia Nurse
3. Belair Government
School .. Belair Mrs. Yvonne Francis
4. Public Works Dept. Arnos Vale Miss Stella Layne
5. Dorsetshire Govt. Dorsetshire
School .. Hill Mr. Gordon Weekes
6. Mr. George
Lougheed's res. . Murray Road -Miss HMiriel James
7. Mrs. Inez Garrick'sl
residence . Sion Hill I Mrs. Annis Nicholas
8. Miss Sylvia Ash's
residence .. Kingstown Hill' Miss Velma Jac-kson
9. Government Cotton
Ginnery .. Frenches Mrs. Elaine Huggins
10. Mr. Selwyn
Keizer's residence Kingstown Hill Mrs. Mildred Dublin
11. Emmanuel High
School .. Kingstown Hill Mr. Hector Anthony
12. Christian Pilgrim j I
Church .. Cane Garden Mrs. Gweneth Gabriel
12A. Mr. Victor John's I
residence .. Cane Garden Mr. Felix C,,ffy


Mr. Reginald Davis

Mr. Maurice Greaves

Mr. Hope Martin
Mr. Alphaeus Phillips

Mr. Frederick Gibson

Mr. Victor Fra-:er

Mr. Winston Layne

Mr. Ken Browne

Mrs. Estelle Liverpool

Miss Jean Cambridge

Mr. Randolph Ellis

|Mrs. Edith MeLeish

Mrs. Theresa Jackson


NOTE:-There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 12. Persons regis-
tered 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 2nd day of May. 19j7.
G}. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.


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GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing the respective
Polling Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forth-
coming Election:-
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF EAST ST. GEORGE


Pahjinfi f'htn.hnn ATurnh~r


Location


Prcsiding Officer


and Name


1. Mr. Jeshuran
Johnson's Shop .. Mit. Pleasant
2. Government School Calder
2A. Government School; Calder
3. Police Stalion .. Stubbs
4. Government School Stubbs
5. Miss Dorcas
Caruth's Shop .. Enhams
6. Mr. Mofford's Shop Belmont
7. Christopher King's.
House .. Prospect
8. Mr. Joshua
Andrews House .. Ratlho Mill
9. Town Hall .. Calliaqua
9A. Society Hall .. Calliaqua
10. The Indian Bay
Beach Club .. Indian Bay
11. Mr. Bertram King's
Shop .I Arnos Vale


Mr. James A. Francois
'Ir. Bertram Lewis
M?,r. Vini Robin
Mrs. Moreen Thomas
Mr. Forde Gabriel

Mr. Reginald GWttens
Miss Beryl Par ons

Miss Louise Brereton

Mr. Reynard Jones
Miss Venice Haynes
Mr. Daniel Williams

Mr. Frederick Phills

Mr. Verold Crichton


IMr. Riandolph Lewis
Mr. Errey Dai.ley
Miss Lynette Payne
Mr. Marcus Suiton
Mr. Chester. Rogers

Miss Elaine George
iFiss Sylvia King

iMr. Carlos Browne

Miss Celea Dougan
Mr. Bernard Baynes
Mrs. Verdine Gurley

Mr. Henry Stephens
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 Poll-
ing 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 Poll-
ing 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
.-Elling Station No. 9A.


Dated this 2nd day of May, 1967.


G. W. Y. HUJCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.


Poll Clerk












174 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.



Set out below are the names of Presiding, Offiexrs, and Poll Clerks showing the. respective
Polling Stations at which they have been appointed' to- officiate on Polling Day for the forth-
coming Election:-

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH WINDWARD


Polling Station Number Location Presiding Officer Poll Clerk
and Namea


1. Lowmans Wd.
Anglican School . Lowmans Wd. Mr. Bertie Smart Mr. Matthew Thomas
lA. Lowmans Wd. I
Anglican School .. Lowmans Wd. 'Miss Isabell Morris Mr. Cradmore
2. Mri. Branford Sutherland
John's House . Bridgetown iMr. Cci' John Mr. Million Davy
3. Biabou Methodist
School BiaboIt ;ils. Faustina Shortte Mrs. Eva Babb
4. Mr. Waithley
Williams' House .. New Prospect 3iirs. Emily Williams Mr. Waithley Williams
5. Miss Theresa
Henry's House .. Peruvian Vale I Mr. Earlston Shortte Mr. Philemon Morris
6. Marriaua G7ovt.
School .. Mesopotamia I Mr. Alonzo Drayton Miss Curtis George
7. Richland Park
Govt. School .. Richland Park Mr. Edward Richardson Mr. Gideon Lewis
8. Mr. Edw'ard Lewis'
residence .. Richland Park Mr, Alban. Bacchus Mrs. Orrel Samuel
8A. Mr. Berkley Mr. Harewood
Thomnpson's IIouse Richland Park Marechean Mr. Ahvyn Clarke
9. Society Lodue .. >r; ),t;nmia Mr. Fitzroy King AMiss Thelma Johnson
9A. Society Lodge .. Mesopotamia \ir. Charles Browne Mrs. Clara Falbv
10. Mr. BeTijamin
Lewis' residence Carrierre Mr. George Glasgow Mr. Daniel Johnson
11. Mrs. Eliza Alves i
residence ..1,veham Mr. Donald Woods Mrs. Emily Caesar
12. Evesham Methodisr
School .. Evesham Mr. Hilary Falbv Mr. Edison Paul


NoTa :--T r- wtll be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 1. Persons registered
in_ Polliiga Division No.. I whose surnames, begin with- the" letters "A to J" must vote at Poll-
ing StatioirNo- 1, and persons whose surnames beein with the' letters "K toY" must vote at
Polliig: Station- No- IA.

Trere..will. b two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 8. Persons registered in
Folliifg-Division' N." S9 whose -surnames begin-with-the letters "A to J" must vote at Polling
Stticirr No: 8, anff persons whose surnames begin with' tlte letters "K to Y" must vote at
Polling Station No. 8A.

T1:ere-will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division-No. 9. Persons registered in
Pollifig Division- N6; 9 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to 17 must vote at. Polling
Station No. 9, and persons whose- surnames begirr with' the letters "IT to W"' must vote at
Polling' Stationr No: 9A.

lHafed this,2hd day of May, 1967.
G. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing the respective
Polling Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forth-
coming Election:-

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CENTRAL WINDWARD


Polling Station Number Location
and Name


1. Byera Anglican
School .. Byera Hill
2. Colonarie R.C.
School .. Colonarie
3. South Rivers I
M[et'iodist School. South Rivers
4. Park Hill Govern-
ment School .. Park Hill
4A. Park Hill Govern-
ment School .. Park Hill
5. Colonarie Police
Station .. Colonarie
5A. Colonarie Police
Station ..' Colonarie
6. Diamond Govern-
ment School . Diamond
7. New Grounds
Methodist School.. i New Grounds
7A. New Grounds I
Methodist School.. ?T: GCrounds
8. Lauders Infant
School .. Lauders
9. Gr. .-. Govern-
ment School .. Greg''s


Presiding Officer


i]dimund Jackson

hMr. Eardley Israel

.\A.s Joy Simmons

.Mr. Jerome Fereira

I'. George Stephens

sir. Emery Lewis

Mrs. Alban Pereira

Mr. .7oseph Greaves

ll.. linford Ryan

y1,. [rbane Daniel

_r'. Alston Mercury

Mr. Theophilus Homer


Poll Clerk


Hyacinth Alvis

Mrs. Annis Alexander

Mr. Alrick Francis

Miss Cynthia Simmons

Mr. Nordie Dabreo

Miss Aletha Latham

Mi-; Iris James

Miss Molly Alexander

Mr. Albert Warrican

Mrs. Audrey Johnnie

Miss Norma Richards

Mr. Rudolph Browne


NOTE:-There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 4. Persons registered
in Pollinz 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
Polling Station No. 4A.

The-o- will be two Polling Stations in PollinE" Division No. 5. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 5 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to J" must vote at Polling
Station No. 5 av, py.-sons whose surnames begin with the letters "K to Y" must vote at
Polling Station No. 5A.


Ther will be two Polling Stations in Poll'ni Division No. 7.
Polling Division No. 7 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to
Station No. 7, and persons whose surnames be rin with the letters
Pollin, Station No. 7A.

Dated this 2nd d.yv of. May. 1967.


Persons registered in
L" must vote at Polling
"M to Y" must vote at



G. W. Y. HIUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.












176 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing the respective
Polling Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forth-
coming Election:-

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH WINDWARD


Polling Station Number
and Name


Location


Fancy Govt School Fancy
Government School Owia
Anglican School .. Sandy Bay
Anglican School .. Sandy Bay
Orange Hill Clinic Orange Hill
Government School Langley Park
Mr. Balcombe's
House Mt. Bentinek
Government
School (Snr.) .. Georgetown
Government
School (Infant) .. Georgetown
Methodist School.. Dickson
Bishop's College . Georg town
Town Board Office Georgetown


Presiding Officer



Mr. Julian Pitt
'Mr. John Anthony
Mr. James Daniel
Mr. Joseph Peters
Mr. Reynold Bailey
MN;s Carol Campbell

Mr Selwyn Jones


Poll Clerk


Mr. Monty Roberts
Mr. Chacii-s Daniel
Mr. Claredon Browne
Mr. Felix DaSilva
Mr. Ulric Alexander
Mrs. Ruth Henry

Miss Angella Crozier


Mr>. Hyacinth Liverpool Mr. Doddridge Glasgow


Mr. 01son Thomas
Mrs. Viola Crichton
Mr. John Crozier
Miss Ann Clarke


;Mr.
Mr.
Mr.


Walter Child
Lennox Lewis
John Peters
Joel Pitt


NOTE :--There will be two separate Polling Divisions Nos. 1 Fancy and 1A Owia. All
voters resident at Fancy will vote at Polling Station No. 1, and all voters resident at Owia
will vote at Polling Station No. 1A.

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 K" must vote at Polling
Station No. 7, and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "L to Y" must vote at
Polling Station No. 7A.


Dated this 2nd day of May, 1967.


G. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.


Set out below are the names of Presiding Oe.. .- and Poll Clerks showing the respective
Polling Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forth-
coming Election:-

ELIECTORAL DISTRICT OF THE GRENADINES


Polling Station Number 1 Location Presiding Officer
and Name


Court Room . arbor,
Bequia M r. Wilfred Barbour
Mr. Alfred G.
Tannis' Home .. Ianilton Mir. hIiis Q'mashi?
Mrs. Anna Phillips'
Home .. Belnont W'v. Ca,~ isl' Wallace
The 'Clinic .Paget Farm i r. Sylvanus Burke
Society Hall .. Paget Farm -I! r. Claude Hazell
The School Room .Mustique 'Miss Doreen Simon
Government SchooliCanouan 1'r. Cadman Lewis
Government School iMavreau i Mr. Rooplal Lakhram
Government School Clifton, Union I
Island Mr. Rupert Bascombe
Government School Ashton. Union
Island 1 M. Orrin T. Ashton


Poll 'Clerk


Ormsby Liverpool

LIawrence Wiley

SSvylvester Simmons
Mrs. Elritha Paris
Mrs. Kathleen DaSilva
Newsam Ollivierre
MYs. Marie Laidlow
Mrs. Arlene Lakhram

Mri. Milford Wilson

Miss Wirnnifred John


NOTE:-There will be two Pollinz Station- -; Polling Div-ion No. 4. Persons registered
in Polli ov Division No. 4 whose surnames begin with the letters "A to .T" mist vote at Polling
Station No. 4, and persons whose surnames be;in with the letters "K to Y" must vote at
Polling Station No. 4A.


Dated this 2nd day of May, 1967.


G. W. Y. HTTCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967-(No. 28).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.

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 incl uding
Corner Bay and Barracks.

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


-- Petit


Polling Division No. 4:
Rose Bank Dark View.

Polling Division No. 5:
Troumaca and Belmont.

Polling Division No. 6:
Rose Hall Jack Hill.

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

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

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

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Polling Division No. 9:
Barrouallie North Gabriel Kear-
.,ans Wallilabou.

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

Dated this 4th day of May, 1967.


Location of Polling Station

Land Settlement Pay Office.



Chateaubelair Methodist School.



Chateaubelair Government School.



Chateaubelair Government School.



Mr. William Sutherland's residence,
Rose Bank.

Troumaca Government School.


Rose Hall Government School.


Westwood Methodist School.


Spring Methodist School.




Spring Methodist School.


Society Hall Barrouallie.


Old Police Station, Barrouallie.


G. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967-(No. 28). 179


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.

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 Location of Polling Station

Polling Division No. 1: Barrouallie Anglican School.
Barrouallie South Glebe Rever-
sion Three Akers Peters Hope.
A -K

Polling Division No. 1A: Barrouallie Anglican School.
Barrouallie South Glebe Rever-
sion Three Akers Peters Hope.
L- W

Polling Division No. 2: Layou Government School.
Mt. Wynne Ruthland Vale North-
ern Portion of Layou.
A -K

Polling Division No. 2A: Layou Government School.
Mt. Wynne Ruthland Vale North-
ern Portion of Layou.
L- Y

Polling Division No. 3: Layou Police Station.
Southern Portion of Layou Layou
Hill Akers.

Polling Division No. 4: Estate Cotton House, Cane Grove.
Cane Grove Buccament Bay Pem-
broke.

Polling Division No. 5: Buccament Government School.
Hope Peniston Dubois.

PIlinc, Division No. 6: Mr. Powell Mattis' shop, Vermont.
Table Rock Francois Retreat -
Vermont Maloney Old Mountain
Queensbury.
A- J
Polling Division No. 6A: Retreat Dispensary.
Table Rock Francois Retreat -
Vermont Maloney Old Mountain
Queensbury.
K-W

Polling Division No. 7: Clare Valley Infant School
Rillan Hill Clare Valley.


QuPolling estelleDivision No 8: Questelles Government School.

Polling Division No. 9:
Chauncey. Mr. Charles Alexander's shop.

Polling Division No. 10:
Camden Park. Camden Park Dispensary.

Dated this 4th day of May, 1967.


G. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967-(No. 28).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.



DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLIaG 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'


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.



P.H.E.U. Workshop.




P.H.E.U. Workshop.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967-(No. 28). 181


DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.
Description & Number of Polling Division Location of Polling Station

Polling Division No. 9: Lodge Village Government School.
Upper Kingstown Park- Green Hill -
Redemption Rest of Liberty Lodge
(East).
A- J

Polling Division No. 9A: Lodge Village Government School.
Upper Kingstown Park- Green Hill -
Redemption Rest of Liberty Lodge
(East).
K- Y

Polling Division No. 10: Girl Guides' Hut.
Kingstown Park (South).

Polling Division No. 11: Mr. Davis' residence.
Edinboro Fort Charlotte Cox
Heath.

Polling Division No. 12: Lowmans Anglican School.
Lowmans Ottley Hall Part of
Camden Park Gun Hill.
A- L

Polling Division No. 12A: Lowmans Anglican School.
Lowmans Ottley Hall Part of
Camden Park Gun Hill.
M- Y

Dated this 4th day of May, 1967.


G. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967-(No. 28).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.

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: Mr. Rupert Minors' residence.
Kilburney Welcome Dauphine -
Meek.

Polling Division No. 3: Belair Governmnet 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: Mr. George Lougheed's residence,
Murray Village Paul Over Part of Murray Road.
Road.
Rockies.

Polling Division No. 7: Mrs. Inez Garrick'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: Emmanuel High School.
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 4th day of May, 1967.


G. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967-(No. 2~' .


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.

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 -
Bonhomme.

Polling Division No. 2:
Calder Akers and Part of Evesham
Vale.
A- L

Polling Division No. 2A:
Calder 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 -
Lower Fairhall.
K- Y

Polling Division No. 10:
Villa Including Indian Bay and Rose
Cottage.

Polling Division No.11:
Fountain Arnos Vale.


Dated this 4th day of May, 1967.


Location of Polling Station

Mr. Jeshuran Johnson's Shop.



Calder Government School.




Calder Government School.



Stubbs Police Station.


Stubbs Government School.


Miss Dorcas Caruth's Shop.



Mr. Mofford's Shop.



Mr. Christopher King's House.



Mr. Joshua Andrews' House, Ratho
Mill.

Town Hall, Calliaqua.



Society Hall, Calliaqua.



Indian Bay Beach Club.



Mr.- Bertram King's Shop, Arnos Vale.


G. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967-(No. 28).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.

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:
Biabou Adelphi.

Polling Division No. 4:
Simons New Prospeetl.

Polling Division No. 5:
Spring Peruvian Vale Escape -
Yambou.

Polling Division No. 6:
Mesopotamia Cane End Sayers -
Jackson's Pasture Dumbarton.

Poling Division No. 7:
Lower Richland Park Hopewell -
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 X

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 4th day of May, 1967.


Location of Polling Station
Lowmans Windward Anglican School.



Lowmans Windward Anglican School.



Mr. Branford John's House.

Biabou Methodist School.

Mlr. Waithley Williams' Residence, New
Prospect.


Miss Theresa Henry's residence Peru-
vian Vale.

Mesopotamia Government School.



P-ichland Park Government School.




Mr. Edward Lewis' Residence, Rich-
land Park.



Mr. Berkley Thompson's Residence,
Richland Park.



Society Lodge, Mesopotamia.





Society Lodge, Mesopotamia.





Mr. Benjamin Lewis' Residence, Car-
riere.


Mrs. Eliza Alves' residence, Evesham.


Evesham Methodist School.


0. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28). 135


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.



DESCRIPTION CF POL3_I:G -IVISIO N. A.D POLL'XG 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-HI-

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

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


Polling Division No. 5A:
Friendly Village Belle Vue Mt.
Greenan San Souci.
K- Y

Polling Division No. 6:
Diamond Lively.

Poling Division No. 7:
New Adelphi New Grounds Chap-
mans North Unhfon.


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

Polling Division. Nd.. 8:
Higher Lowmans Lauders.

Polling Division. No. 9:
Greggs.



Dated this 4th day of May, 1967


Colonarie Police Station.



Diamond Government School.


New Grounds Methodist School.



New Grounds Methodist School.



Lauders Infant School.

Greggs Government School.


G. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.

DESCRIPTION C0? PoL'LIGC SVIIOY;> AD PCLLImNG STATIONS

A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such division aind 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 Location of Polling Station

Polling Division No. 1: Fancy Government School.
Fancy.

Polling Division No. 1A: Owia Government School.
Owia.

Polling Division No. 2: Sandy Bay Anglican School.
Sandy Bay North.

Polling Division No. 3: Sandy Bay Anglican School.
South Sandy Bay.

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

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

Polling Division No. 6: Mr. Balcombe's House, Mt. Bentick.
Mt. Bentick Bay Road Mt. Bentick
and Spring Village.

Polling Division No. 7: Georgetown Go vernment School
Caratal Chili Roseneat Cottage. (Senior).
A-K

Polling Division No. 7A: Georgetown Government School
Caratal Chili Roseneat Cottage. (Infant).
L- Y

Polling Division No. 8: Dickson Methodist School.
O'Briens Dicksons.

Polling Division No. 9: Bishop's College, Georgetown.
Georgetown.

Polling Division No. 1,: Town Board Office, Georgetown.
Georgetown (South) Grand Sable.


Dated this 4th day of May, 1967.


' G. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections..












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 9 MAY, 1967.-(No. 28). 187


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1967.



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 Location of Polling Station

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

Polling Division No. 2: Mr. Alfred G. Tannis' House.
Hamilton Ocar.

Polling Division No. 3: Mrs. Anna Phillips' House.
Union Estate Belmont Mt. Pleas-
ant Friendship Tony Gibbons -
Lower Bay.

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

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

Polling Division No. 5: The School Room.
Mustique.

Polling Division No. 6: Canouan Government School.
Canouan.

Polling Division No. 7: Mayreau Government School.
Mayreau.

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

Polling Division No. 9: Ashton Government School
Union Island (Ashton).



Dated this 4th day of April, 1967.


G. W. Y. HUCKS,
Supervisor of Elections.


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STATTUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1967, No. 15.


ROADS (PROHIBITION OF CERTAIN VEHICLES) ORDER.


(Gazetted 9th May, 1967).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the the Roads (Prohibition
of Certain Vehicles) Order, 1967.


2. Interpretation. In this Order-
"cart" does not include a hand-cart or
or by a draugh
3. Prohibition. rson shlia I p
road, any scooter i .

Made by the IIMLnL 2 W AAi
Ordinance, 1955 ( 5 of 1955) thi- v


a cart drawn by a motor vehicle

r cause or permit to be used, on a


under section 36 of the Roads
ay of May. 1967.

ARTHUR DALRYMPLE,
Superintendent of Public Works.


Approved by the Administrator under section 36 of the Roads Ordinance,
1955 (No. 15 of 1955) and by virtue of all other powers enabling him in that
behalf this 4th day of May, 1967.

II. GEORGE,
Administrator.
(S.M.P. 1296).


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SAINT VINCENT.


STATUTORY RULES AND


ORDERS,


1967, No. 16.

(Gazetted 9th May, 1967).

BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.


[ L.S. ]
H. GEORGE,
Administrator.

"WHEREAS it is
Elections) Ordina
roll for the Towj
with, the provij'

AND WH1 P it
to the said 0 nJ
by proclamatioV of tl
shall come in operatic
the provisions of the'


;ion 3 (a) of the Kingstown Board (1966
;6), that it shall be lawful for an electors'
prepared subject to, and in accordance
hedule to the said Ordinance:


electors' roll shall come into operation
r- -Council published in the Gazette, and
by a new electors' roll prepared under
Ip Ordinance (Cap. 209):


AND WHEREAS it is exipe nt that the electors' roll so compiled shall come
into operation on the 9th day of May, 1967:

Now THEREFORE I, HYWELL GEORGE, the Officer for the time being
administering the Government of fhe Colony of Saint Vincent, pursuant to
the authority in me vested by the said Ordinance and by virtue of all other
powers enabling me in that behalf, DO HEREBY proclaim the 9th day of May,
1967, as the date on which the said electors' roll shall come into operation.
GIvEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony of Saint Vincent
at Government House in the said Colony this 6th day of May, One
thousand nine hundred and sixty-seven and in the Sixteenth Year
of the Reign of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
(C.M. 301).

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