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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 105] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972. [No. 19.


GOVERN M EIN


No. 54.
VACANT POSTS

VACANT POSTS OF STENOGRAPHER AND
TYPIST IN THE GOVERNMENT SrRVICE
Applications ar3 invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment lo
posts of Stenographer and Typist in th.
Government Service.
Qualifications
(a) Stenographers Applicants
should possess a GC.E. '0' Level pass
in English Language plus Certificates
from a recognized Secretarial Train-
ing School, stating ability to type
accurately at 40 words per minute to-
gether with a, shorthand speed of 80
words per minute.
(b) Typists Applicants should
possess a G.C.E. '0' Level pass in
English Language, plus a certificate
from a recognized Secretarial Train-
ing School stating ability to type
Accurately at 40 words per minute.
:Salary
(a) Stenographers in the scale
V.. V38-21 $1,800 x $120-$2.520 x $180
-$3,420/3,600 x $240-$4,800..


JT NOTICES


(b) Typists-in the scale V3.8-27
$1,800 x $120-$2,520 x $180-$3,420.
Point of entry into the salary scale
will depend on qualifications and ex-
perience of applicants.
Bonus increments will ba awarded
as follows:-
1 increment for each approved
G.C.E. '0' Level pass in addition to
English Language
1 increment for typewriting speed
of 50 words per minute
1 extra increment for typewriting
spe. d of 60 words per minute
2 extra increments for shorthand
speed of 100 words per minute
3 extra increments for shorthand
speed of 120 words per minute
Applications stating qualifications and
experience together with two (2) recent
testimonials should be forwarded to the
Chief Personnel Officer, Service Com-
missions Department, Kingstown and
should reach him not later than 11th
April, 1972.
J. A. POMPEY,
Chief Personnel Officer (Ag.).
28th March, 1972..


3-c? I W' ?9


, ublishe by Aut ority













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


No. 45.
COMMONWEALTH CARIBBEAN
REGIONAL SECRETARIAT

VACANCY FOR CHEMICAL/INDUSTRIAL
ENGINEER

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for the post of Chem-
ical/ Industrial Engineer in the Com-
monwealth Caribbean Regional Secreta-
riat.
The duties of the post are:
i) To examine and advise on the
technical aspects of projects in-
cluding
-the selection of plant and equip-
ment ;
-the evaluation and, adaption of
alternative processes to suit lo-
cal conditions and raw material
inputs;
ii) To assist or conduct industrial
surveys and feasibility studies;
iii) Other duties as may be assigned
from time to time.
Qualifications
The qualifications for the post are:
i) An Honours Degree in Chemical
Engineering, but an Honours
Degree in Mechanical Engineering
will also be considered; and
ii) Post-Graduate training in Econo-
mics, Business Management or In-
dustrial Engineering is essential.
Working experience in the field will be
a distinct advantage.
Salary and Allowances
The salary of, the post is G$11,718 x
$651-$14,322 per annum. In addition
the holder will be paid a house allowance
of G$3,255 per annum.
Persons recruited from outside Guy-
ana will be paid settlement grants at
the 'following rates:
G$520.80 for himself
G$ 34.00 for his wife
G$217.00 for each eligible child over
I years
G$103.50 for each eligible child.from
5 to 12 years
G$217.00 for each eligible approved
depe.dentup .to a maximum of two
dependents.
General Information and Colnditions
(i) For a person recruited from out-
side of Guyana


(a) economy class air passage by
the most direct route to Guy-
ana will be provided for him-
self, wife, a maximum of three-
unmarried and dependent
children below the age of 18
years and a maximum of two.
other approved dependents;
(b) ocean freight charges on ship-
ping personal and household
effects up to twenty tons
ship's measurement (800 cu-
bic feet) plus a car will be
paid.
(ii) Membership of the Commonwealth
Caribbean Regional Secretariat
Pension Scheme is compulsory ex-
cept where an officer is seconded
from the public service of a Mem-
ber Government in which case the-
Secretariat will contribute to his
pension plan with that Govern-
ment.
(iii) Secretariat staff members are not
required to pay income tax to the-
Government of Guyana.
(iv) The appointment will be subject
to passing a physical fitness test
and to such regulations, rules, or-
ders and instructions as exist now
and as may be introduced from
time to time.
Submission of Applications
Applications must in each case be ac-
companied by a curriculum vitae and
state the names of two referees and the-
earliest date at which the applicant
would be able to assume duties. Appli-
cations should be sent to the Secretary-.
General, Commonwealth Caribbean Re-
gional Secretariat, P.O. Box 607,
Georgetown, Guyana, to reach him not,
later than 7th April, 1972.
14th March, 1972.


No. 55.
NOTICE

FOR SALE

ONE LAND ROVER

Tenders arcinvited for the purchase.
of one .eoiud-hand Land Rover which
could be inspected.in theb yard of the
Ministry for Agriculture, Trade and
Tourism.
Tenders should be sent to.the Chair-
man, Tenders Board, Ministry of Fin-
aneQ.. no later than noon on Saturday
1st April, 1972.
28th March, 1972.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.) 181


No. 51.
TENDERS FOR INSURANCE OF
GOVERNMENT OWNED
MOTOR VEHICLES

Tenders are invited for the Insurance
of Government owned Motor Vehicles
from the 29th April, 1972 to 30th April,
1973.
The number of vehicles for which in-
surance is required is approximately one
hundred and thirty (130) and tenders
should include quotations for insurance
against-
(a) Third Party Risks only
(b) Third Party Fire and Theft.
The list of vehicles and insurable
value of each may be obtained on re-
quest from the Accountant General.
Sealed tenders addressed to the Chair-
man, Central Supplies Tenders Board,
Ministry of Finance, Kingstown and


distinctly marked on the envelope "Ten-
ders for the Insurance of Government
Owned Motor Vehicles.", will be re-
ceived up to 3.00 p.m. on Wednesday,
12th April, 1972.
The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender and
reserves the power of accepting any
part of a tender.
Ministry of Finance
21st March, 1972.


No. 5G.
LEGISLATION

The following Document is publish-
ed with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 13.-House of As-
sembly (Elections) (Amend-
ment) Rules, 1972.
28th March, 1972.


No. 52.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE, 1946:
(No. 22 of 1946)
AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE ACQUISITION by the Governor of a certain
parcel of land at Ratho Mill.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND

(SECOND PUBLICATION.)

WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance-
1946, (No. 22 of 1946) fhat if the Governor considers that any land should be
acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to that effect to-
be made:
ANDi WV'7rmAs it is considered-by the Governor that the undermentioned
parcel of land should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit, the erection
of a; New Government Hospital.
Now IT Is HEREBY DECLARED by His Excellency, the Governor, acting-
in accordance with the advice of the Cabinet of Saint Vincent that upon the
Second Publication of this Declaration in the Gazette all that parcel of land
at Ratho Mill in the parish of St. George belonging to Melda Mapp con-
taining 5,189 square feet as shown on Plan number G7/121, shall vest absolutely
in the Crown.
AND IT Is HEREBY FURTHER DECLARED AND NOTIFIED that a plan bearing-
the Number.G7/121 showing the abovementioned parcel of land has been prepared
by Clifford E. R. Williams, Licensed Land Surveyor,and lodged on the 28th day
of May, 1971, at the Lands and Surveys Department of Kingstown in Saint
Vincent and can be inspected at all reasonable hours at the said Department.
Dated this 15th day of March, 1972.

F. G. THOMAS,
Secretary to the Cabinet.













182 S! ::T VI:ECENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


No. 53.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE, 1946
(No. 22 of 1946)
AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE ACQUISITION by the Governor of a certain
parcel of '.nd at Ratho Mill.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND

SECONDD PUBLICATION.)

WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
1946, (No. 22 of 1946) that if the Governor considers that any land should be
acquired for a public purpose le me y cause a declaration to that effect to
be made:
AND WnEREAS it is considered by the Governor that the undermentioned
parcel of land should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit, the erection
of a New Government Hospital.
Now IT Is HEREBY DECLARED by His Excellency, the Governor, acting
in aeeordancje with the advice of the Cabinet of Saint Vincent that upon the
Second Publication of this Declaration in the Gazette all that parcel of land
:it !Betho Mill in the parish of St. George belonging to O'Connell Ashton
containingg 3 roods 16 poles and numbered Lot 58 as shown on Plan number
G 49 shall vest absolutely in the Crown.
AND IT Is HEREBY FURTHER DECLARED AND NOTIFIED that a plan bearing
th., Number 0 49 showing the abovementioned parcel of land has been prepared
by ('h. i F. Richardson, Licensed Land Surveyor and lodged in March,
19;0, at the Linds and Surveys Department of Kingstown in Saint Vincent
ald can be inspected at all reasonable hours at the said Department.
Dated h"is 15th day o0 Mmrch, 1972.


By Command,


F. G. THOMAS,
Secretary to the Cabinet.



F. G. THOMAS,
Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Office.


PREMIER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT,
2Sth March, 1972.


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER
NOTICES.

POLICE NOTICES

GENERAL ELECTIONS

The attention of the general public is
drawn to Section 57-Sub. Sections (1),
(2) and (3) of Ordinance No. 13 of
1951 in respect of sale of intoxicating
Liquors.
(1) No intoxicating Liquor shall be
sold, offered for sale or given away, at
any premises to which a Licene issued
under the Liquor Licences Ordinance
applies at any time between the opening


and the closing of the poll on Polling
Day.
(2) No intoxicating liquor shall be
supplied to any person at any premises
to which a licence issued under the Reg-
iO r'ion of Clubs Ordinance applies, at
P-y 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
*preceding sub-sections shall be liable on
summary conviction to a fine of five hun-
dred dollars or to imprisonment of six
months.

R. M. THOMAS,
Commissioner of Police.
9th March, 1972.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS
7TH APRIL, 1972

The attention of the general public is
drawn to Section 71 Sub. Section (1)
(2) and (3) of Ordinance No. 13 of
1)01.
(1) Subject to the provisions of sub-
section (2) of this section during the
iiours Wni-i WeiiC pui Ai open upon eiiu-
tion day, no persons snail assemote or
cvngregate within one hundred yards
of any ouildsug in which is situate any
polling station.
(2) This section shall not apply:-
(a) to any electors who are waiting
to pun tieir voues a. saucn poi.-
ing station and who obey any
instructions which be given
by the Presiding Officer or any
Constable for purpose of form-
ing a queue with other electors
asio waiting, or
(b) to any person who may under
the provisions of the Ordinance
lawimiy enter or remain in
suen polling station.
(3) Every person who contravenes or
fails to comply with any of the provi-
sions of this section shall be guilty of an


offence against this section and shall be
liable on summary conviction therefore
tu a fine of two hundred and forty dol-
lars or to imprisonment for six months
or to both such fine and imprisonment.
R. M. THOMAS,
Commissioner of Police.
9th March, 1972.


TREASURY NOTICE.

St. Vincent Government Dispensary
Receipt Nos. 98713, 98727, 98734 and
98741 are reported missing from Receipt
Book No. 98701-98900 issued to the
Medical Department.
Members of the public are hereby
warned against accepting from any per-
son purporting to be an authorised Rev-
enue Collector the receipts bearing the
said numbers as they are invalid.
A. J. DaSILVA,
Accountant General.
Accountant General's Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent, W.I.
17th March, 1972.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972.



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 one polling station relating thereto.

Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.

1. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH WINDWARD


Description & Number of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Fancy


Polling Division No. 1A
Owia


Location of Polling Station



Fancy Government School


Owia Government School












184 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


Polling Division No. 2
Sandy Bay-North


Polling Division No. 3
Sandy Bay-South
A"-" F


Polling Division No. 3A
Sandy Bay-South
"G"--_' "Y"


Polling Division No. 4
Overland, Tourama, Orange Hill,
Waterloo


Polling Division No. 5
Langley Park, Chapmans Village,
Basin Hole


Polling Division No. 6
Mt. Bentinck Bay Rd., Mt. Bentinck


Polling Division No. 7
0 'Brien's, Dicksons


Sandy Bay Anglican School



Police Station, Sandy Bay



R.C. Church, Sandy Bay



Estate Office, Orange Hill



Langley Park Infant School



Langley Park Government School


Dickson Methodist School


Dated this 22nd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972.




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 one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.
2. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH CENTRAL WINDWARD


Description & Number of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Caratal & Spring Village

Polling Division No. 2
Chili & Roseneat Cottage (near
Montague House)


Location of Polling Station


Mt. Bentinck Estate House


Georgetown Government School














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.) 18r


Polling Division No. 3
Georgetown-North

Polling Division No. 4
Georgetown-South (Corbeautown,
Grand Sable (North)
Polling Division No. 5
Grand Sable (South), Chester
Cottage, Byera
"A"-"H"

Polling Division No. 5A
Grand Sable (South), Chester
Cottage, Byera
SJ -__, Y "Y

Pollinr Division No. 6
Mt. William, Mangrove, Gorse,
Colonarie
Polling Division No. 7
Three Rivers, South Rivers
"A"--"H"
Polling Division No. 7A
Three Rivers, South Rivers
"J"-j'"W"

Polling Division No. 8
Park Hill (East)
Polling Division No. 9
Park Hill (West)
Polling Division No. 10
Friendly Village, Belle Vue


Bishop's College


Town Board Office


Byera Anglican School


z-Ak


Byera Anglican School


R.C. School, Colonarie


South Rivers Methodist School


South Rivers Methodist School


Banana Station, Park Hill

Government School, Park Hill

Colonarie Police Station.


Dated this 22nd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections,


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972.

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 one polling station relating thereto.

Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.
3. CONSTITUENCY OF SOUTH CENTRAL WINDWARD


Description & Number of Polling
Division
Polling Division No. 1
Mt. Grennan, Diamond (East)
Sans Souci

Polling Division No. 2
Diamond (West), Lively


Location of Polling Station


Mqrs. Myrtle McDowall's Residence,
Diamonds


Mr. Clarence Andrews' Residence,
Diamonds













186 SAINT ViNCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


Polling Division No. 3
New Adelphi, New Grounds,
Chapmans (North)

Polling Division No. 4
C'i., P.; -i.; (South), North Union

Pollin'iI Division No. 5
Higher Lowmans--Lauders

Polling Division No. 6
South Union-Hadleys


Polling Diviiion No. 7
Lowmans

Polling Division No. 8
Greggs


New Grounds Methodist School



North Union Boxing Plant


Lau lers Government School


Stone Mill, Tool Room or Office,
North Union


Lowmans Anglican School


Greggs Government School.


Dated this 22nd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELEf"TIONS, 1972.


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 one polling station relating thereto.
I Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.

4. CONSTITUENCY OF SOUTH WINDWARD


Description & Number of Polling
Division
Po'lirio Division No. 1
Cedars, Massey, Bridgetown

`,11fi1C Division No. 2
Biabou
A"-I "

Polling Division No. 2A
Biabou

Polling Division No. 3
Simon-New Prospect

PollinR Division No. 4
Spring, Peruvian Vale, Escape,
Yambou


Location of Polling Station


Mrs. Margaret Shortte's Shop, Cedars


Biabou Methodist School



Biabou Methodist School


Mr. Edward John's Shop, New Prospect

Mrs. Catherine Browne's House,
Peruvian Vale














SAINT-VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.) 187


Polling Division No. 5
Argyle, Mt. Pleasant, Rescue,
Bonhomme
Polling Division No. 6
Calder-Akers
Polling Division No. 7
Upper Stubbs (East),
Victoria Village (East)
Polling Division No. 8
Upper Stubbs (West)
Victoria Village (West)

Polling Division No. 9
Lower Stubbs-Diamond


Mrs. Emelda Rogers' House,
('Summer Place'), Rescue Village

Calder Government School

Mrs. Irene Nelson's House, Victoria
Village

Carapan Government School



Stubbs Government School


Dated this 22nd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972.


DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS


A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereund r can
only vote in such division and only at one polling station relating thereto.

Presiding Oflicers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.

5. CONSTITUENCY OF MARRIAQUA


Description & Number of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Mesopotamia, Cane End, Dumbarton,
Jackson Pasture, Sayers

Polling Division No. 2
Lower Richland Park, Hopewell,
Gaskill-Simpsons

Polling Division No. 3
Central Richland Park
"A"-"K"

Polling Division No. 3A
Central Richland Park
"L"-"W"

Polling Division No. 4
Upper Richland Park-Montreal-
Kelly

Polling Division No. 5
Freeland, Farm, Caruth


Location of Polling Station



Community Hall, Marriaqua



Richland Park Government School


Mr. Eli Bacchus' IHouse, Richland Park



Mr. Eli Bacchus' House, Richland Park



Mr. Edward Lewis' Residence,
Richland Park


Society Lodge, Mesopotamia













188 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


Polling Division No. 6
Golden Grove, Four Acres,
Mt. Pleasant Mt.

Polling Division No. 7
Carriere-Collins-Carapan Mt.
Rileys

Polling Division No. 8
Evesham-Eyry Hill


Polling Division No. 9
Evesham Vale-La Croix


Cane End Government School



Mr. Jimmy Toney's Residence, Carriere-



Mr. George Dower's House, Formerly
Mrs. Eliza Alves' House, Evesham


Evesham Methodist School.


Dated this 22nd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972.


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 one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer-
certificates are not affected by this notice.
6. CONSTITUENCY OF EAST ST. GEORGE


Description & Number of Polling
Division
Polling Division No. 1
Glamorgan-McCarthy-Joseph's
Land, Carapan, Enhams, Rivulet,
Southwood
Polling Division No. 2 .
Belmont-Uppcr Fairhall-Whi&h
Polling Division No. 3
Brighton, Belvedere, Ribishi,
Harmony Hall
Polling Division No. 4
Prospect-Ratho Mill

Polling Division No. 5
Calliaqua
Polling Division No. 6
Golden Vale, Glen, Lower Fairhall,
Chopping
Polling Division No. 7
Villa (including Indian Bay & Rose
Cottage)
"A"-"'G"


Location of Polling Station


Mrs. Gwendolyn Gittens' Shop, Enhams.



Mrs. Alma Fraser's Residence, Belmont-

Brighton Methodist School


Mr. Percival Scott's Premises, Ratho
Mill

Town Hall, Calliaqua

Glen Clinic


Coronation Club, Indian Bay












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


Polling Division No. 7A
Villa (including Indian Bay & Rose Coronation Club, Indian Bay
Cottage)
"H"-"Y"


Polling Division No. 8
Fountain

Polling Division No. 9
Greathead


Infant School, Fountain


Mr. Crichton's Shop, Arnos Vale.


Dated this 22nd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972.


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 one polling station relating thereto.

Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.

7. CONSTITUENCY OF WEST ST. GEORGE


Description & Number of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Belmont-Fairburn Pasture

Polling Division No. 2
Ashburton-Gomea

Polling Division No. 3
Kilburney, Welcome, Meek,
Dauphine, Gomea.

Polling Division No. 4
Belair
"A"-"H"

Polling Division No. 4A
Belair


Polling Division No. 5
Cane Hall-Arnos Vale


Polling Division No. 6
Dorsetshire Hill, Orange Grove,
Claxton


Location of Polling Station


Belmont Government School


Gomea Old Methodist School


Roman Catholic Church, Gomea


Belair Government School


Belair Government School


Mr. Veno Leigertwood's Residence,
Arnos Vale


Dorsetshire Hill Government School














190 SINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCII, 1072.-(No. 19.)


Polling Division No. 7
Upper Sion Hill Estate, Richmond
Hill

Polling Division No. 8
Sion Hill South (Roseau)

Pollinwr Division No. 9
Sion Ilill Central

Polling Division No. 10
Kingstown Hill-Quarry

Polling Division No. 11
Cane GC rden


Sion Lodge, Sion Hill



Mr. Edwin Providence's Hall, Roseau


Christian Pilgrim's Church, Sion Hill

Yrs. Agnes St. Hill's Property,
Kingstown Hill

-irs. Alrica Emimnnuel's Residence,
Cane Garden


Dated this 22nd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972.



I)ESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS



A vO' r who is r(Iistered in any pdiiing division described hereund.r can
only votle in such division and oily at one polling station relating thereto.

Presiding Officers and Poll Cl-rks who have obtained the necessary transfer
. .. :s are ~not affected by this notice.

8. CONSTITUENCY OF EAST KINGSTOWN


Description &( Numbe r of Pollwlg
Division

Polling' Div)vLm No. 1
Gr;nb.y, Long Wall

Prlihg Division No. 2
FIrnc lies

Polling Division No. 3
Frel2ches Murray Road

PollIng Division No. 4
Murry Village (North), Paul Over,
Rocki's (East)

Polling Division No. 5
Murray Village (South), Rockies
(West)

Polling Division No. 6
McKies Hill, Buckhorn, Richmond
Hill


Location of P. ..i;,.g Station


Enmau1ancl HIlgh School, Granby St.


Mrs. Sylvia Grant's Residence,
Frenches

U.W.I. Centre, Murray Road


Mr. Arthur Cambridge's House,
Ric hmond Hill


Mrs. Estina Gibsoi's House,
Murray Road

RichmonI Hill Govt. School


Polliin Division No. 7 Intermediate High School,
Granby Halifax & Grenville Street James Street
to Melville










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.) 191


Polling Division No. 8 Mr. George Daisy's Building,
Paul's Lot, St. James, White Chapel Paul's Lot


Polling Division No. 9
Upper Kingstown Park, Green Hill,
ItLuenmpt0.o1

Polling Division No. 10
Kingstown Park (South east)

Polling Division No. 11
Kingstown Park (South west)

Polling Division No. 12
North River Rd., St. George's Place
Park Villa


Christian Brothers' Residence,
Kingstown Park.


Girl Guides' Hut, Kingstown Park


Peters Ville School, Kingstown Park

Bishop's College, Kingstown.


Dated this 22nd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


DESCRIPTION OF


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972.

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 one polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll Clrks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.
9. CONSTITUENCY OF WEST KINGSTOWN


Description & Number of Polling
Division
Polling Division No. 1
Road to Leewvard, Bentinck Squar
Higginson St., Melville St. (Norti
'*A" -- ,

Polling Division No. 1A
Road to Leeward, Bentinck Square
Higginson St., 6ewilvw_ t. (iNorUt
"K" -- "Y"
Polling Division No. 2
Rose Place
Polling Division No. 3
Stoney Ground Lower Old
Montrose
Polling Division No. 4
Botanical Gardens, Upper Old
Montrose, Lago Heights
Polling Division No. 5
New Montrose (South) Monkey
Hill, Cemetery Hill, Battery Hill
"A" "J"

PoPing Division No. 5A
New Montrose (South), Monkey
Hill, Cemetevy Hill, Battery Hill
'"K" "Y"


Location of Polling Station

Kingstown Anglican School
e,
1)

Kingstown Anglican School

1)

Mr. James Isaacs' Premises, Lower
Middle Street
Government School, Stoney Ground


Central Housing and Planning
Workshop, Old Montrose

Mr. Gordon Anderson's Premises,
New Montrose


Mr. Gordon Anderson's Prcmises,
New Montrose














192 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2S MARCII, 1972.-(No. 19.)


Polling Division No. 6
New Montrose (North) Gibson,
Walker Piece, Gun Hill
"A" "J"


Polling Division
New Montrose
Walker Ph ce,
"K"


No. 6A
(North) Gibson,
Gun Hill


Poling Division No. 7
Liberty Lodge (Lower), Newtown
Village
"A" "'I"
Polling Division No. 7A
Liberty Lodge (Lower), Newtown
Village
i-J ",,Y

Polling Division No. 8
Liberty Tjodo-o, Upper Old Mont-
rose, Bow Wood
Polling Division No. 9
Edinboro, Fort Charlotte, Cox
Heath, Ottley Hall


Nurse Bcchus' Residence, New
Montrose


Station Sergeant Alfred Samuel's
Residence, New Montrose



Lodge Vl]'age Go't. School




Lodge Village Govt. School


Mr. Lawr-,ence
Sharpes


Clarke's Residence,


Dr. Edgar Adams' Club, Edinboro.


Dated this 22nd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972.



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 one polling station relating thereto.

Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer-
certificates are not affected by this notice.

10. CONSTITUENCY OF SOUTH LEEWARD


Description & Number of Polling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Pembroke

Polling Division No. 2
DuBois New Penniston

Polling Division No. 3
Vermont (East)
"A" "J"

Polling Division No. 8A
Vermont (East)
"K" "W"


Location of Polling Station


Mr. Henry Glynn's House, Rillan
Hill

Mr. Evan Daulton's House, DuBois


Mr. Christopher Robinson's Shop,
Verniont


Mr. Christopher Robinson's Shop,
Verrhoilt













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.) 193


Polling Division No. 4
Table Rock, Francois, Retreat

Polling Division No. 5
Rillan Hill, Clare Valley
"A" "J"

Polling Division No. 5A
Rillan Hill, Clare Valley
"K" "Y"

Polling Division No. 6
Questelles

Polling Division No. 7
Chauncey

Polling Division No. 8
Camden Park
-A __ f -l


Polling Division No. 8A
Camden Park
"L" "Y"

Polling Division No. 9
Lowmans (West)

Polling Division No. 10
Lowmans (East)


The Clinic, Retreat


The Govt. School, Clare Valley



The Govt. School, Clare Valley



Government School, Questelles


Mr. Charles Alexander's Shop,
Chauncey

The Clinic, Camden Park



The Clinic, Camden Park



Anglican School, Lowmans Ld.


Mr. Vivian Bonadie's House,
Lowmans Ld.


Dated this 22nd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor 9f Elections..


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972.



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 one polling station relating thereto.

Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer-
certificates are not affected by this notice.

11. CONSTITUENCY OF CENTRAL LEEWARD


Description-& Number of Palling
Division

Polling Division No. 1
Barrouallie (East) Keartons,
Wallilabou, Grove

Polling Division No. 2
Barrouallie .(West), Gabriel

Polling Division No. 3
Barrouallie (East), Portion of
Glehe


Location of Polling Station

Junior High School, Barrouallie.



Police Station, Barrouallie


Mr. Goulbourne Alleyne's Garage,
Barrouallie














194 .A-::T VIN.CNT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


Polling Division No. 4
Barrouallie (South), Three Acres
Glebe, Reversion Peters Hope

Polling Division No. 5
Mt. Wynne, Ru;thland Vale,
Ljyou (N;rth)

P]linig Dvl' t'ni No. ii
L:you (Central)


Community Hall, Barrouallie



L;you Government School



Mdss Grant's Lodge, Layou


Poling Division No. 7 Mrs. Clarie Dollarson's Residence,
Layou (South), Layou Hii]], Akers Layou


P'llir.::" D:v'yr No. 8
Btee an ent Bay, Cane Grove,
fope, Pen'uston. Vermont (West),
Queen-ibury, 01l' mountain, Maloney


Government School, Buccament Bay.


Dated this 22nd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972.



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 one polling station relating thereto.

Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certincates are not arieeLed I y tins notice.

12. CONSTITUENCY CF NORTH LEEWARD


Description & Number of Polling
Dio"sion


Polling Division No. 1
Windsor Forest, Ba'eine, Rich-
mond Vale, Wallibou

Polling Division No 2
Fitz Hughes, Portion of Sharpes

Pollinr Division No. 3
Chateaubelair (including Corner
Bay & Barracks)

Polling D;vis"eI No.
Town Extension Remainder of
Sharpes

Polling, Division No. 5
Petit Bordel


Location of Polling Station



Land Settlement Pay Office,
Richmond Vale


'Government School, Fitz Hughes


Infant School, Chateaubelair



Methodist School, Chateaubelair



Mr. Kenneth Alexander's House,
Petit Bordel













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


Polling Division No. 6
Rose Bank

Polling Division No. 7
Troumaca and Belmont

Polling Division No. 8
Rose Hall Jack Hill

Polling Division No. 9
Westwood Coull's Hill

Polling Division No. 10
Spring, Cumberland, Coco Village,
Mangaroo, Gordon Yard, Gordon
Village


Mr. Campbell Bourne's Garage,
Rose Bank

Troumaca Govt. School


Rose Hall Govt. School


Westwood Methodist School


Spring Methodist School


Dated this 22nd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972.



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 one polling station relating thereto.

Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.

13. CONSTITUENCY OF TIHE GRENADINES


Description & Number of Polling,
Division
Polling Dvisciin No. 1
Port Elizabeth, Union Vale

Polling Division No. 2
Pretoria, Ocar, Industry, Cinna-
mon Garden, Spring

Polling Division No. 3
Hamilton

Polling Division No. 4
Belmhnont, Mt. Pleasant, Ambo's,
Friendship

Polling Division- No. 5
.La Pomne, Derrick, Paget.,
Farm (East)

Polling Division No. 6
Paget Farm (West), Isle
-,de Quatre


Location of Polling Station

Bequia Anglican School


Friendly Society Hall, Port
Elizabeth


Mr. Edr-ic Harris' Residence,
Hamilton

Mrs. Lillian Farrell's Residence,
Belmont


Mr. Leyvi Belmhar's. Residence,
La Pompe


United Brethren Society Hall,,
Paget Farm













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


Polling Division No. 7
Mustique, Balliccaux, Battowia

Polling Division No. 8
Canouan
Polling Division No. 9
Mayreau

Polling Division No. 10
Clifton (Union Island) Prune
Island, Petit St. Vincent

Polling Division No. 11
Ashton (Union Island)

Polling Division No. 11A
Ashton (Union Island)


Mustique School Room


Canouan Government School

Mayreau Government School


Clifton Government School



Ashton Government School


Ashton Government School


Dated this 22nd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972


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

1. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH WINDWARD

Polling Station Number Location Presiding Officer Poll Clerk
and Name

1. Govt. School Fancy Mr. Bruce Mulraine Mr. Frank Joseph
1A School Building Owia Mr. Julian Pitt Mr. Monty Roberts
2. School Building Sandy Bay Mr. Joford Sutherland Miss Pamela Francis
3. Police Station Sandy Bay Mr. Charles Cropper Mr. Kim Child
3A R.C. Church Sandy Bay Mr. Garvin Seymore Miss Sandra Gill
4. Estate Office Orange Hill Mr. Tyrone Cyrus Miss Monica Cyrus
5. Infant School Langley Pk. Miss Carol Campbell Mr. George Child
6. Govt. School Langley Pk. Mrs. Shirley Bowen Mr. Wilfred Jack
7. School Building Dickson Mrs. Viola Crichton Miss Claudette Forbes

Note: There will be two separate Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 1-No. 1 Fancy
and No. 1A Owia. All voters resident in Fancy will vote at Polling Station No. 1 i.e. Fancy
Anglican School and all voters resident in Owia will vote at. Polling Station No. 1A, Owia
Government School.


There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 3.
ing Division No. 3 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to
Station No. 3 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters
Polling Station No. 3A.

Dated this 23rd day of March, 1972.


Persons registered in Poll-
"F" must vote at Polling
"G" to "Y" must vote at


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.) 197


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972



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

2. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH CENTRAL WINDWARD


Polling Station Number
and Name


Mt. Bentinck House
Government School
Bishop's College
Town Board Office
Anglican School
Anglican School
R.C. School
Methodist School
Methodist School
Banana Station
Government School
Police Station


Location


Mt. Bentinck
Georgetown
Georgetown
Georgetown
Bycra
Byera
Colonarie
South Rivers
South Rivers
Park Hill
Park P
Colonarie


Presiding Officer


Mr. Lennox Lewis
Mr. Winston Bailey
Mrs. Hyacinth Liverpool
Miss Jecan Stephens
Miss Hyacinth Alvis
Mr. Pamelus Burke
Mr. Hyrdford Ryan
Mr. Alston Rodgers
Mrs. Mazeline Branch
Mr. George Stephens
Mrs. Pearl Beste
Mrs. Therese Cuffy


Poll Clerk


Miss Zetilda Fraser
Miss Shirla James
Mr. Grofrey Thom
Mrs. Ruth Henry
Mr. Sheldon Rebario
Miss Minetta Warricart
Mr. Leonard Crichton
Mr. Vibert Andrews
Miss Ancil Dublin
Mr. Wendell Marks
Mrs. Roser Debriel
Mrs. Annis Alexander


Note: 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 "H" must vote at
Polling Station No. 5 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "J" to "Y" must
vote at Polling Station No. 5A.

There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 7. Persons registered in Polling
Division 7 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to "HI" must vote at Polling Station No. 7
and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "J" to "W" must vote at Polling Station.
No. 7A.

Dated this 23rd day of March, 1972.
G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


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


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972



Set out below are the names of Prcslding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
.Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections.


3. CONSTITUENCY OF SOUTH CENTRAL


WINDWARD


Polling Sil!ion Num'ber
and Name

1. Mrs. Myrtle
McDowval's
Residence
2. Mr. Clarence
Andrews' Residence
3. Methodist 'School
4. North Union
Boxing Plant
5. Government School
6. P cne Mi'1 Tool
Room or Office
7. Angli1can School

8. Government School


Location


Di:n ond.,


Di'ninds,

Neo Grounds
North Union


NorthU "''


(Wd.)
N ol'''"'.


Presiding Officer


K;. Lyder Thomas


Miss Vernic Horne

\Mi;s Elmhiin Durrant
Mr. Willamn Roberts

\fMr. Vero'&d Barnwell
M,. Earl Barnwell

A Miss IsMbe'le Morris

MTss Norma Richards


Poll Clerk


Miss Magg Latham


Miss Isola Wharton

Mr. Victor Mornix
Mr. Dennis Barnwell

Miss Janice Browne
Miss Cleopatra Jackson

Mrs. Bethel Alexander

Mr. Isaac Legair


Dated this 23rd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.) 19!


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972



Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections. fif-S .
4. CONSTITUENCY OF SOUTH WINDWARD


Pollting Station NAumber
and Name

1. Mrs. Margaret
Shortte's Shop
2. Biabou School
2A. Biabou School
3. Mr. Edward John's
Premises
4. Mrs. Catherine
Browne's House
5. Mrs. Emelda Rogers
Building (Summer
Place)


6. Calder School
7. Mrs. Irene Nelson's
House
8. Carapan School
9. Stubbs School


Location


Cedars
Biabon
Biabou

New Prospect

Peruvian Vale


R-seue
Village
Calder
Calder
Victoria
Village
Carapan
jtubos


Presiding Officer


Mr. Frederick Ollivierre
Mrs. Faustina Shortte
Mr. Clifton Woodley

Mr. Carl Browne

Mr. Alston Caine



Mr. Roosevelt Browne

Mr. Daniel Latehman

Miss Sylventn France
Mr. Chester Rogers
Mrs. Merle Trotman


Poll Clerk


Miss Sylvia King
Mr. Robert Fitz-Patrick
Miss Audrey Williams

Miss Festina Keir

Mr. Joel Williams



Miss Carrol -Bullock

Mrs. Thelma Yearwood

Mr. Hernmus John
Miss Celene Jack
'[ :Joan George


Ndte: -There -will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 2. .Pgrsons registered in
Polling Division No. 2 whose surnames begin with the letters--"A" to- "I". ust..y.o.te, at Polling
Station No. 9 and persons whese suri mes begin with the letters "J" to,"Y"' must vote at Poll-
ing Station No. 2A.

Dated this 23rd day of March, 1972. ..


G. F. JAi'-.
Supervisor of El,:i,,,.


1 -1















200 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)

GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972


Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling-
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections.
5. CONSTITUENCY OF MARRIAQUA

Polling Station Number Location Presiding Officer Poll Clerk
and Name

1. Community Hall Marriaqua Mr. Alonzo Drayton Mrs. Clara Falby
2. Government School Richland Park Miss Ce!ena Bowman Mr. Leonard Cordice
3. Mr. Eli Bacchus'
House Richland Parl Mrs. Orell Samuel Mrs. Pearlina Bacchus
3A. Mr. Eli Bacchus'
House Richland Park Mrs. Christena Bubb Mr. Whitford Bacchus
4. Mr. Edward Lewis'
Residence Richland Park Mr. David Gibson Mrs. Eilcen Bailey
5. Society Hall Mesopotamia Mr. Harewood Miss Noreen Knights
Marrecheau
6. Government School Cane End Liley Cato Mrs. Olivia DaSilva
7. Mr. Jimmy Toney's
Residence Carriere Mr. George Glasgow Mr. Trevor Andrews
8. Mr. George Dowers
House formerly
Mrs. Eliza Alves'
House Evesham Miss Dorothy Edwards Mr. Emil Telfer
9. Methodist School Evesham Miss Aurora Davis Miss Earner Kezier

Note: There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 3. Persons registered irk
Polling Division No. 3 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 "W" must vote at Poll-
ing Station 3A.

Dated this 23rd day of March, 1972.
G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972


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

6. CONSTITUENCY OF EAST ST. GEORGE


Polling Station Number
and Name

1. Gwendolyn Gittens
Building
2. Alma Fraser's
Building
3. Methodist School
4. Mr. Percival Scott's
Premises
5. Town Hall
6. Clinic
7. Coronation Club
7A. Coronation Club
8. Infant School
9. Chrichton's Shop


Location


Enhams

Belmont
Brighton

Prospect
Calliaqua
Glen
Villa
Villa
Fountain
Arnos Vale


Presiding Officer



Miss Irene Alexander

Mrs. Isola Greaves
Mr. Recardo Sandy

Miss Carol Dougan
Mr. Hendrick Alexander
Mrs. Elsa Jones
Mrs. Inez Mandeville
Mr. John Hamlet
Mrs. Beatrice Noel
Miss Sybil Dougan


Poll Clerk



Miss Maudeline Peters

Mr. C. Jack
Miss Noreen George

Mr. Kensley Dougan
Mr. Clerence Thomas
Miss Hazel-Ann Williams
Mrs. Lois Michael
Miss Christine Stephens
Miss Azucena Williams
Miss Thelma Charles


Note: 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 Polling
Station No. 7 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "H" to "Y" must vote at Poll-
ing Station No. 7A.

Dated this 23rd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.















202 7 A',, T VIN CENT, T-,:DAY, 23 MARCII, 1972.-(No. 19.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972



Set oul blow are tie names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
St.ai-;ns i v .ii.h tly liave been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthciomng
Eletio::s.

7. C(C :i. ::. CY OF WE'-'T ST. GEORGE


J)oll j1~g Station N umber
and Namte


2. Old THMiio" s'I
Ir Ii o 0

Church
4. Government Sch1001

4A. (x~nr 4ca
5. 111-r. V '.


7.. 2. t "Ior

8. 'Mir. Edkvi
Pro2v:defr'(t'$i t

10. SbL 1111,71' Rhsidcnce

11. -M~rs. A'~1r.a -W no
uel's 11.sideae-.


Location






G omea
Belair

Belair


Ain s Vae

Hill
S'cn 1111


Sen Hill.

Hill

C0ne Garden


Presiding Officer


iss P;!i;nore Huggins

'[:s Angella Ambris

Mr. Doie Bern"-d
Mrs. Yvmo;e C. E.
Francis
Mrs. Cyn.lhia Nurse


Pobcrt Robertson
Frederick Gibson

-John r'f.i:ng

Mr. Gregor Sealey
Miss R- v in A. ,,.
Mrs. A'i' Emf immanuel


Mrs. Gweioeth Gabral


Poll Clerk


Miss Estella Euggins

Mr. Freddie Campbell

Miss Carmellie Matthew
Christobel Andrews

[Trias King


Mrs. Alicene Boatswain
Mrs. Pearlina Bascombe

Mrs. Kathleen DaSilva

Miss Yvonne Brbwne
LMr. Eric Andrews
Miss Carmelita
Llewellyn

Jean Corea


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
Polling station No. 4 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "J" to "Y" must
,yote at Polling Station No. 4A.

Dated this 23rd day of March, 1972.

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


'GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972



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

8. CONSTITUENCY OF EAST KINGSTOWN


Polling Station Number
and Name

1. Emmanuel High
School
2. Mrs. Sylvia Grant's
Residence
3. University Centre
4. Mr. Arthur Cam-
bridge's House
5. Mrs. Estina Gibson's
Residence
6. Richmond Hill Gov-
ernment School
7. Intermediate School
8. Mr. George Daisy's
Building
9. Christian Bros.
Residence
10. Girl Guides Hut
11. Peters' Ville School
12. Bishop's College


Location


Granby Street

French es
Murray Road

REihmond Hill

Murray Road

Richmond IIlli
James Street

Pauls Lot

Kingstown Park.
Kingstown Park '
Kingstown Park
Kingstown


Presiding Officer


Mr. Basil Jackson

Miss Velma Jackson
Mrs. Estelle Liverpool

Miss Katherine Fraser

Miss Muriel James

Mrs. Annette Liverpool
Mr. Edison John

Mrs. Sylvia Stoddard

Mr. Douglas DaSilva
Mr. Edgar Branch
Miss Doreith John
Mr. William Dublin


Poll Clerk


Mrs. Louise Toney

Mrs. Jean Walker
Mrs. Maureen Alexander

Mrs. Pearline King

Mr. Michinson James

Mrs.. Geraldine Spring
Miss Diana Leigertwood

Miss Rose-Clare Thompson

Miss Jean DeFreitas
Mrs. Yvonne Mulraine
Mr. Alban Bowman
Mrs. Jane Jack


Dated thio 23rd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.














204 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972


Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing respective Polling
Stations at which they have been appointed to officiate on Polling Day for the forthcoming
Elections.
9. CONSTITUENCY OF WEST KINGSTOWN


Polling Station Number
and Namne

1. Kingstown Anglican
School
1A. Kingstown Anglican
School
2. Mr. James L. Isaacs'
Premises
3. Government School
4. Central Housing &
Planning workshop
5. Mr. Gordon Ander-
son's Premises
5A. do.
6. Nurse Bacchus'
Residence
6A. Station Sargeant
Alfred Samuel's
Residence
7. Government School
7A. Government School
8. Mr. Lawrence Clarke's
Residence
9. Dr. Edgar Adams'
Club


Location


North River
Road
North River
Road
Lower Middle
Street
Stoney Ground
Old Montrose

New Montrose

New Montrose
New Montrose

New Montrose


Lodge Village
Lodge Village
Sharps

Edinboro


Presiding Officer


Mr. Claude Israel

Mr. Milton Morgan

Miss Elaine DeShong

Mrs. Adeline Arthur
Mr. Harold Providence

Mrs. Stella Anderson

Mr. Vincent Ryan
Mr. Michael Bennett

Mr. Grenville Stephens


Mrs. Mona Kydd
Mrs. Hermina Cambridge
Mrs. Gwendolyn John

Mrs. Lucille Eustace


Poll Clerk


Mr. George Crichton

Mr. Charles Quashie

Mrs. Vernalyn Blencowe

Mrs. Azubah Williams
Mrs. Germaine Ross

Mrs. Yvonne Byron-Cox

Mrs. Decima Cunningham
Mrs. Jessie Nanton

Miss Mildred Layne


Mrs. Eileen Peters
Miss Celina Bibby
Mrs. Arlene Lackhram

Mr. Louis Duncan


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 Polling
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 Stations in Polling Division No. 5. Persons registered in
Division No. 5 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to "J" must vote at Polling
No. 5 and persons whose surnames begin with letters "K" to "Y" must vote at Polling
No. 5A.

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


Polling
Station
Station


Polling
Station
Station


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

Dated this 23rd day of March, 1972.

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.














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GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972



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


*Polling Station Number
and Name


1. Mr. Henry Glynn's
House
2. Mr. Evan Daulton's
House
3. Mr. Christopher Rob-
inson's Shop
3A. Mr. Christopher Rob-
inson's Shop
4. Clinic
5. Government School
5A. Government School
6. Government School
7. Mr. Charles Alexan-
der 's Shop
8. Clinic
SA. Clinic


Anglican School
Mr. Eugene Bonadie's
House


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Du

Ver

Ver

Ret
Cla
Cla
Qu.
Ch!

Cai
Cai

Lov
Lo


Location Prcsiding Officer


lan Hill Mr. Casper Marshall

Bois Mr. Landreth Samuel

rmont Mr. Sanoford Bobb

rmont Mr. Victor Bushay

reat Mr. Terry Mattis
re Valley I Mr. Gregary Marshall
re Valley Mrs. Hermina Scott
estelles Mr. Arnold Jack
auncey Mr.Ivan IIaynes

nden Park Mr. Jeremiah Scott
nden Park Mr. Montgomery Provi-
dence
vmans Mr. Clement Bowen
vmans Mr. Clyde Job


Poll Clerk


Mr. Bernard Cooke

Mr. Earl Myer

Miss Elsie Hickson

Miss Vernis Grant

Mr. David Abraham
Mr. Peter Sprott
Mr. Paul Roberts
Miss Ann Jones
Mr. Rupert Jack

Miss Anita Hull
Mr. Daniel Richards

Mr. Wendell Roberts
Mr. Jeffrey Fraser


NOTE : There will be two separate 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 the letters "K" to "W" must vote at Polling
Station No. 3A.

There will be two separate Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 5. Prsons registered in
Polling Division No. 5 whose surnames begin withthe letters "A" to "J" must vote at Polling
Station No. 5 and persons whose surnames begin with the letters "K" to "Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. 5A.

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

Dated this 23rd day of Marcli, 1972.
G. F. JACK.
Supervisor of Elections.


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SA::,TT VIN 1ENT, TIU,'DAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972



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

11. CONSTITUENCY OF CENTRAL LEEWARD


Polli;ig Stalion Number
and Name

1. Junior High School

2. Police Station

3. Mr. Goulbourne Al-
leyne 's Garage

4. Community Hall

.5. Governmen t School

6. Mi--;s Crant's Lodge

7. Mrs. Claria Dollarson's
Reside(1 e

S. Goverrmpnt Scehool


Loca ion


Barrouallie

Barrouallie


Barrouallie

Barrouallie

Layou



Layou


Presiding Officer


Mr. Grantley Kirby

Mrs. Monica Coombs


Miss Sonja Quow

Mr. Lelan RiLihardson

Mr. Anthony Young

Mrs:. Verna Douglas


Mr. Winston Gaymes

MTr. TKrioth Bonadie


Poll Clerk


Miss Corcelle Jack

Mrs. Beverley Kirby


Miss Morlene Richardson

Mr. Daniel Rawlins

Mr. Dave Charles

Miss Inola Jeffers


Mr. Gideon Exeter

Mr. Wilford Hewrriekson


Dated this 23rd day of March, 1972.
G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.) .207


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972


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

12. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH LEEWARD


Polling Station Number
and Name

1. Land Settlement Pay
Office

2. Government School

3. Infant School

4. Methodist School

5. Kenneth Alexander's
House

6. Mr. Campbell Bourne's
Garage

7. Government School

8. Government School

9. Methodist School

10 Methodist School


Location


Richmond Vale

Richmond Vale

Chateaubelair

Chateaubelair


Petit Bordel


Rose Bank

Troumaca

Rose Hall

Westwood

Spring Village


Presiding Officer


Mr. Wilfred Barbour

Mrs. Margaret Williams

Mrs. Erla Coombs

Mr. William Glasgow


Mr. Rodney Adams

Mr. Treldon Simmons

Mr. Leopold Anthony

Mr. Benjamin Samuel

Mr. Conroy Stapleton

Mrs. Haroldine Joseph


Poll Clerk


Mr. Stanley Douglas

Miss Monica Coombs

Miss Verona Findlay

Miss Urselline Phillips


Miss Beryl Bacchus


Mr. Herbert Creese

Mrs. Lynda Allen

Miss Alix Sayers

Miss Carlitha Lewis

Mr. Curtis Findlay.


Dated this 23rd day of March, 1972.


G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.













208 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MARCH, 1972.-(No. 19.)


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1972



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

13. CONSTITUENCY OF THE GRENADINES


Polling Station Number
and Name

1. Court Room
2. Society Hall
3. Mr. Edric Harris'
Residence
4. Mrs. Lillian Farrell's
Residence
5. Mr. Levi Balmar's
Residence
6. United Brethren
Friendly Society Hall
7. The School Room
8. Government School
9. Government School
10. Government School
11. Government School

11A. Government School


Location


Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth

Hamilton

Belmont

La Pompe

Paget Farm
Mustique
Canouan
Mayreau
Clifton
Ashton

Ashton


Presiding Officer


Mr. Cuthbert John
Mr. Woodroe Andrews

Mr. Clive Frank

Mr. Norbert Simmons

Mr. Carlisle Wallace

Mr. Claude Hazell
Mr. Milton Davy
Mr. Philmon Morris
Mr. Eardley Israel
Mr. Albert Warrican
Mr. McLawrence Hutchin-
son
Mr. Alban Jones


Poll Clerk


Miss Althea Gregg
Mr. Lucion Glynn

Mr. Sylvester Tannis

Mrs. Vesta Bunyan

Mrs. Erene Dewer

Mr. Wren Bynoe
Mr. Vedold Browne
Mr. Louis DeRoche
Mrs. Annette Israel
Mrs. Evelyn Clouden
Mr. Cleveland Mulraine

Miss Angella Taylor


NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 11. Persons registered in
Polling Division No. 11 whose surnames begin with the letters "A" to "L" must vote at Polling
Station No. 11 and persons whose surnames begin the letters "M" to "Y" must vote at Polling
Station No. 11A.

Dated this 23rd day of March, 1972.
G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


CORRECTION NOTICE


With reference to Notice of Grant of a Poll for the Constituency of the
Grenadines published in Gazette No. 17 of 21st March 1972, the final
counting of the votes oi the 8th April 1972, will take place at the Court
Room, Bequia instead of Revenue Office Union Island.
A. V. LEWIS,
Returning Officer.
28th March, 1972.


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