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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 105] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1972. [No. 26.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


No. 78.


VACANT POSTS


POST OF CROWN LANDS BAmLIFF
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, TRADE
AND GRENADINFS AFFAIRS

Applications are invited for the post
of Crown Lands Bailiff, Ministry of
Agriculture, Trade and Grenadines Af-
fairs, St. Vincent. The post is pension-
able with salary in the scale V 32-21,
$2,520 X$180-$3,600 X $240-$4,800.
Travelling allowance is payable in ac-
cordance with local regulations.
, Further particulars of the post can be
obtained from the Permanent Secretary,.
Ministry of Agriculture, Trade and
Grenadines Affairs, St. Vincent.
Applications, supported by two recent
testimonials should be addressed to the
Chief Personnel Officer, Service Com-
missions Department, Kingstown, and
should reach him not later than 17th
May, 1972.
J. A. POMPEY,
Chief Personnel Officer (Ag.)
9th May, 1972.


No. 79.
Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
post of Assistant Storekeeper, Ministry
for Communications and Works.
The post is pensionable and in the
salary scale V 38-25 i.e. $1,800 x $120
-$2,520 x $180-$3,600 x $240-$3,840.
The holder of the post will be re-
quired mainly to assist the Storekeeper
in the receipt and delivery of Stores and
preparation of time and' wages lists and
accounting records relating thereto ..,
Applicants should possess a Primary
School Leaving Certificate. Preference
will however be given to holders of
G.C.E. '0' Level passes.
Previous experience in Commercial
Stores duties will be an advantage.
Applications supported by two recent
testimonials should be addressed to the
Chief Personnel Officer, Service Com-
missions Department, to reach him not
later than 20th May, 1972.
J. A. POMPEY,
Chief Personnel Officer (Ag.).
9th May, 1972.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1972.-(No. 26.)


No. 80.
TENDERS FOR INSURANCE OF
GOVERNMENT OWNED MOTOR VEHICLES

Tenders are invited for the Insurance
of Government owned Motor Vehicles
from the 29th May 1972 to 30th May
1973.
This invitation for tenders replaces
the notices on this subject which ap-
peared in the Government Gazette and
in the local press during the months of
March and April, 1972.
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
"Tenders for the Insurance of Govern-
ment Owned Motor Vehicles" will be
received up to 12 noon on Saturday the
20th May, 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,
Kingstown.
9th May, 1972.


By Command,
F. G. THOMAS,
Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Office.
9th May, 1972.


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER
NOTICES.

POST OFFICE NOTICE

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that a special issue of Post-
age Stamps depicting "Fruits of St.
Vincent" would be released for sale at
the General Post Office, Kingstown and
at District Post Offices throughout the
State on Tuesday 16th May, 1972.
Descriptions and denominations are
as follows:-
The Breadnut (Artocarpus
Incisus) .03


The Pawpaw or Papaya
(Carica Papaya) ...... .050
The Plumrose or Roseapple
(Eugenia Malacccnsis) ...... .12#

The Mango (Manifera
Indica) ...... .250
Official First Day covers at a cost of
.750 each would be offered for sale at
the General Post Office, Kingstown and
at the District Post Office, Bequia on
the release date.

M. M. SCOTT,
Ag. Postmaster General.
General Post Office,
Kingstown.
30th March, 1972.



TREASURY NOTICE

St. Vincent Government Receipt Nos.
858103 to 858106 are reported missing
from Receipt Book No. 858101 to 858200
issued to the Public Health Section of
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-


THE GAMBLING, LOTTERIES AND.
BETTING ORDINANCE 1968


It is promulgated for the informa-
tion of the general public that appli-
cations for the grant of Betting
Licence or a Permit to carry on such
business as is mentioned in paras. (a)
and (b) of Sub-section 1 of Section 30
of The Gambling, Lotteries and Bet-
ting Ordinance 1968 or a Permit to,
operate a Pinball Machine under Sec-
tion 15 of the said Ordinance or
Pinball Machine Licence will be con-
sidered on 22nd June, 1972, at Police
Headquarters at 4.30 p.m.
Applications addressed to the Chair-
man must reach the Authority not
later than Saturday 3rd June, 1972.
Any person who desires to object to
the grant by the Authority of any
particular Permit or Licence should:












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1972.-(No. 26.)


send to the Authority before the 3rd
June, 1972, two copies of a brief state-
ment in writing of the grounds of his
objection.

R. M. THOMAS,
Chairman, Gaming Atthority.
25th April, 1972.


THE GAMBLING, LOTTERIES AND
BETTING ORDINANCE 1968


Persons desirous of making applica-
tion to carry on the following:-
(a) business of receiving or negoti-
ating bets or conducting betting
operation, or,
(b) by way of business in any man-
ner to receive or negotiate bets
or conduct such operations, or
(c) to operate a Pin Ball Machine
are requested to note that it is neces-
sary to obtain:
(a) a permit, and
(b) a licence
Application should be made on Form
1, and it will be necessary for the
applicant to state in the application
the following information:-
(a) date of birth,
(b) office and usual place of resi-
dence
(c) place of residence during the
past 5 years
(d) that during the 12 months pre-
ceding the date of the applica-
tion, he has not been refused
the grant or renewal of such
a permit, and
(e) two references as to character.

It should further be noted that in
making an application for a licence,
the applicant should state:-
(a) that he is the holder of a per-
mit, and
(b) submit a plan, sufficient to show
the lay-out and location of the
said premises and the means of
access thereto.

In addition, the applicant should
comply with the following:-
(a) send copy of application to ap-
propriate Police Officer,
(b) publish in the newspaper circu-
lating in Saint Vincent, a notice
of the application, not later


than twenty-eight days before
the hearing of any such appli-
cation,
(c) send copy of newspaper con-
taining publication to the Auth-
ority not later than seven days
after advertisement.

Persons wishing to object to the
grant of a permit in respect of any
premises should send to the Authority
two copies of the grounds of objection,
not later than ten days after publica-
tion of advertisement.

Forms of application may be obtain-
at the Inland Revenue Office or Police
Headquarters.

R. M. THOMAS,
Chairman, Gaming Authority.
25th April, 1972.


IN THE WEST INDIES
ASSOCIATED STATES
SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT
(SAINT VINCENT)


The Legislative Council (Election)
Ordinance 1951

Election for the East Kingstown Con-
stituency holden on the 7th day of
April 1972

BETWEEN
EMMANUEL FATIMA ADAMS
Petitioner
AND
RANDOLPH B. RUSSELL
First Respondent
AND
FELIX ALEXANDER CUFFY
Second Respondent

TAKE NOTICE that the above peti-
tion will be tried in the High Court in
the Town of Kingstown on Tuesday 23rd
day of May, 1972 commencing at 9.30'
o'clock in the forenoon and on such
other subsequent days as may be need-
ful.

LEONARD REVIERE,
Acting Registrar.

To:
The Petitioner and the Respondent-
and their Solicitors.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1972.-(No. 26.)


IN THE WEST INDIES
ASSOCIATED STATES
SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT
(SAINT VINCENT)


The Legislative Council (Election)
Ordinance 1951

Election for the West Kingstown Con-
stituency holden on the 7th day of
April 1972

BETWEEN
EMERY WINSTON ROBERTSON
Petitioner
AND
HUDSON KEMUEL TENNIS
AND
JOHN SAUNDERS
Respondents

TAKE NOTICE that the above peti-
tion will be tried in the High Court in
the Town of Kingstown on Tuesday 23rd
day of May, 1972 commencing at 9.30


o'clock in the forenoon and on such
other subsequent days as may be need-
ful.
LEONARD REVIERE,
Acting Registrar.
To:
The Petitioner and the Respondent
and their Solicitors.


SAINT VINCENT:
IN THE COURT OF APPEAL

NOTICE

TAKE NOTICE that the Court of
Appeal will sit in the State of St. Vin-
cent, commencing on Tuesday 16th day
of May, 1972 at 9.00 o'clock in the fore-
noon.

Dated this 2nd day of May, 1972.
Sgd. LEONARD J. RIVIERE
Ag. Deputy Registrar,
Court of Appeal, St. Vincent.
Registrar's Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.


ATTENDANCE OF DISTRICT REGISTRARS AT THEIR DISTRICTS
FOR PERFORMANCE OF DUTIES



The undermentioned D*rict Registrarp shall attend for the performance
of their duties at their Districts every day, from the hour of eight thirty o'clock
in the forenoon to three o'clock in the afternoon, except on Sunday and any
Bank or Public holiday.


District Registry


Name of Registrar


Calliaqua
Mesopotamia
Georgetown
Biabou
Layou
Barrouallie
Chateaubelair
Colonarie
Sandy Bay
Lowmans Windward
Stubbs.
Questelles
Spring Village
Bequia
Union Island
Canouan
Mayreau
Mustique


Sybil Dougan
Cecelia Harry
Joel Gilchrist
Noela Morris
Madeline Woodley
W. Ryan
Carmen Cummings
Alnora Quow
Richard S. John
Angela Prince
Adeline Ollivierre
Evelyn Roberts
Joan Charles
Cosmus Cozier
McLawrence Hutchingson
Dorothy DeRoche
A. Israel
Doreen Simon


District Post Offider

Revenue Officer in Charge
District Post Officer

Revenue Officer in Charge
District Post Officer

The Dispenser
District Registrar

District Post Officer

Revenue Officer in Charge
District Registrar


District Post Officer


Post













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1972.-(No. 26.) 243

IN THE WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED STATES SUPREME COURT

IN THE HIGH COURT

(SAINT VINCENT)

1972, No. 45


The Legislative Council (Election) Ordinance 1951 (as amended)

Election for the East Kingstown Constituency holden on the 7th day of April
1972.

BETWEEN

EMMANUEL FATIMA ADAMS Petitioner

AND

RANDOLPH B. RUSSELL First Respondent

AND

FELIX ALEXANDER CUFFY Second Respondent


PETITION


The Petition of Emmanuel Fatima Adams of Upper Edinboro Kingstown,
Saint Vincent, whose name is subscribed.

1. Your Petitioner was a candidate at the above election.

2. Your Petitioner states that the election was holden on the 7th day of April
1972 when the First Respondent, Randolph B. RUSSELL and Your Petitioner
Emmanuel Fatima ADAMS were candidate at the said election for the said
constituency and the second Respondent, Felix Alexander CUFFY, the Return-
ing Officer, has returned Randolph B. Russell as being duly elected.

3. Your Petitioner says that:
(a) On the 7th day of April 1972 at Polling Division No. 8 at Mr. George
Daisey's building at Pauls lot in the constituency of East Kingstown in the
parish of Saint George in the Associated State of Saint Vincent the presid-
ing officer Mrs. Sylvia Stoddard did fail at the time of the preliminary
count to give full opportunity to those present to examine each ballot paper
as required by Section 47 (1) (F) of the Legislative Council Elections Ordin-
ance.

(b) On the 7th day of April 1972 at Polling Division No. 10 at the Girl
Guide's Hut at Kingstown Park in the aforesaid constituency, parish and State,
the presiding officer, Mr. Edgar Branch did commit a breach of Section 44 (3)
and (4) of the said Ordinance in that whilst assisting a blind elector namely,
Inez Stapleton in her request to vote, he did at the time of marking her said
ballot paper fail to mark the said paper in the presence of the poll clerk and/or
the sworn agents of the said candidate.

(c) That at the final count at the Court House at Kingstown aforesaid
the ballot box for Polling Division No. 5, when opened by the Second Respon-
dent, the said Felix Alexander Cuffy, Returning Officer, was found to contain,
contrary to the said Ordinance, only four empty envelopes and did not contain
any of the ballots cast or any of the other things or documents required to
be placed in the said box by Section 47 (10) of the said Ordinance.













244 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1972.-(No. 26.)


(d) As a result of the matters alleged in 3 (c) hereof, the said Returning
Officer adjourned the said final count to a time and place to be fixed but did
fail thereafter to comply with the provisions of S:ction 50 of the said Ordinance.

(e) Further and/or alternatively at the said final and/or adjourned final
count the said Returning Officer was in breach of the said Ordinance in that
he failed properly and/or validly or legally to ascertain the votes cast for each
candidate and/or in that he did irregularly or improperly admit to the said
final or adjourned final count votes which were not found in the said ballot
box referred to under 3 hereof and/or which were not placed therein as required
by Section 47 (10) of the said Ordinance

(f) That at the said final count on the 8th day of April 1972 the following
irregularities were found in respect of the following matters:

(i) Ballot box No. 4 concerning Polling Division No. 4 was not found
sealed nor was the keyhole thereto found sealed and this condition existed
prior to and up to the time of the opening of the said box by the said Returning
Officer.

(ii) Ballot box No. 9 concerning Polling Division No. 9 was not found
sealed andi this condition existed prior to and up to the time of the opening
of the said box by the said Returning Officer.

(iii) Ballot box No. 2 concerning Polling Division No. 2 was not found
sealed- and this condition existed prior to and up to the time of the opening
of the said box by the said Returning Officer.

(g) The said Returning Officer did on the 8th day of April 1972 commit
a breach of Section 47 (6) of the said Ordinance in that he failed to record
objections made by the candidate's -agent.

'WHEREFORE Your Petitioner prays:
(1) That it may be determined that the said Randolph B. Russell was not
duly elected or returned and -that his election an4 return were and ,are wholly
null and void and the said election was void
(.2?.: T-lat the said Randolph B. Russell and/or, the Second Respondent
may. be ordered to pay the.costs of this, Pqtition. to your petitioner.




,NOTE .. ..

(a) It is intended to serve this petition on the First Respondent Randolph
. B. Russell, and on the Second Respondent, Felix Alexander, the said Returning
...O officer -....

(b) Mr. Emery Robertson Solicitor 'of Chambers Whitechapel Kingstown
Saint Vincent, is hereby authorised to act on my behalf and my address fbr
* service is in care of Mr. Emery Robertson, Chambers, Whitechapel, Kingstown,
.Saint- Vincent ..

Dated the 28th day of April 1972 "
Emmanuel F. Adams, Petitioner











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1972.-(No. 26.) 245


IN THE WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED STATES SUPREME COURT

IN THE HIGH COURT

(SAINT VINCENT)
1972. NO. 46

The Legislative Council (Election) Ordinance 1951 (as Amended)
Election for the Constituency of West Kingstown holden on the 7th day of
April 1972

BETWEEN:

EMERY WINSTON ROBERTSON PETITIONER

AND

HUDSON KEMUEL TENNIS
and .. RESPONDENT
JOHN SAUNDERS,

P ET I T IO N


The Petition of Emery Winston Robertson of Cane Garden Kingstown
Saint Vincent whose. name is subscribed .
1. Your Petitioner, Emery Winston Robertson, was a candidate at the
abovenamed Election.

2.. Your Petitioner states that the Election was holden. on the 7th, April
1972' when Hudson Kemuel Tannis and your Petitioner Emery Winiston Robert-
son' were Candidates at the said election for the West Kingstown. Constituency
and the Returning Officer John Saunders had returned Hudson Keniuel Tannis
as duly elected.

3. Your Petitioner further states that before and during the said election
'the said Hutdson Kenitzel Tannisi'was by himself and by his agents guilty of
the currupt practices of bribery, treating, undue influence and of aiding abet-
ting and counselling the commission of election offences.

(i) Contrary to Section 60 of the Legislative Council (Election) Ordin-
ance 1951, hereinafter referred to as the Ordinance several,ppsters
and ensigns bearing the symbol of the said Hudson Kemuef Tan'nts,
the Star. together with the .wprds "Vote for ,the Star',' were stuck
on .the'Central Housig 'and Planiing Workshop which' as Polling
SSttion 'No. 4 of the said ('t.istitu -.-y where 225 persons voted and
Qn -Polling. Station, No. 5 where. 187 persons yoted and Pplling Station
.. 5A where 169 person s, vbted, an'd on P0ll6 'statioi Nr'. 6A where
-190 pers.-ii.s o)ted and 'the' Syimbil, 'of the' Star, of th'e said Hudson
Kemuel Tamnis were stick' up anid dsplay'd .and the words "Dont
vote, don't vote P.P.P. but vote Labour wer, Writt6h.'

(ii) That Contrary to Section 4 of the Ordinance Leroy Leach of New
Montrose Grace Fraser of Lodge Village and Cecilia Jack of New
Montrose and others all of the West Kingstown Constituency voted
while they were not qualified to exercise such right and in spite of
objections raised by agents of the said Emery Winston Robertson.

(iii) That Contrary to Section 70 of the Ordinance Alfred Mandeville of
New Montrose, the authorised Agent of the said Hudson Kemuel
Tannis, left the Polling Division No. 6A several times and communi-
cated with Gale Deshong of Villa and H. B. Crichton of Frenches and
others and disclosed the names and number of persons who voted in
Polling Division No. 6A.











246 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1972.-(No. 26.)


(iv) That contrary to Section 44 (3) of the Ordinance persons were al-
lowed and/or permitted to vote for others, i.e. Lionel Richardson of
Upper Edinboro voted for Wilhelmina French a voter not incapaci-
tated by blindness also Amy Hazlewood of Upper Edinboro voted for
Eileen Brereton a voter not incapacitated by blindness.

(v) That at Polling Division Nos. 5 and 5A that persons other that Hudson
Kemuel Tannis were permitted and/or allowed to relieve the duly
appointed Agent of the said Hudson Kemuel Tannis.

5. And your Petitioner further stated that Hudson Kemuel Tannis was
by his agent Henderson Huggins guilty of illegal practice in reference to such
election in that the said Agent exhibited and carried about on his car on the
said 7th April 1972 in various part of the said Constituency ensigns of the
Star the symbol of the said Hudson Kemuel Tannis

6. AND Your Petitioner further states that such general intimidation
undue influence and irregularities prevailed during the said election as would
by common law render such election void.

7. By reason of the matters hereinbefore set out the said Hudson Kemuel
Tannis was and is incapacitated from serving in the House of Assembly for
the said Constituency of West Kingstown and the said election and return
of the said Hudson Kemuel Tannis were and are void.

WHEREFORE Your Petitioner prays

(i) That is may be determined that the said Hudson Kemuel Tannis was
not duly elected and that his election and return are wholly null and
void.

(ii) That the said Hudson Kemuel Tannis or such other person as the
Court may think fit be ordered to pay the cost of this Petition to your
Petitioner.

Dated this 27th day of April 1972.
EMERY WINSTON ROBERTSON




NOTE:

(a) It is intended to serve this Petition on the said Hudson Kemuel
Tannis and John Saunders the Returning Officer as Respondents

[ (b) Emmanuel F. Adams Solicitor of Chambers Halifax Street is
authorised to act on my behalf and my address for service is in
care of Mr. Emmanuel F. Adams Chambers Halifax Street Kings-
town Saint Vincent.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1972.-(No. 26.)


SAINT VINCENT

IN THE COURT OF APPEAL

CAUSE LIST FOR SITTING AT SAINT VINCENT
COMMENCING TUESDAY 16TH MAY, 1972


HIGH COURT

CRIMINAL


NO. AND
rEAR APPELLANT RESPONDENT


1 of 1972

6 of 1972

MAGISTERIAL

CRIMINAL


NO. AND
YHAR

1 of 1972



6 of 1972



7 of 1972


George Browne

Errol Smith


NAMES OF PARTIES

Nathaniel Adams
V
Commissioner of Police

Vincent Samuel
V
Commissioner of Police

Sonny Fraser
V
Adina Samuel


The Queen

The Queen


CRIMINAL OFFENCES DISTRICT

Exceeding Speed Limit 1



Unlawful and malicious damage 1



Unlawful Assault 1


CIVIL


1 of 1972



2 of 1972



3 of 1972


Durrant Liverpool
V
Kenneth Ash

Bruce Joseph
V
Lester Williams

Julian Laidlow
&
Garfield Laidlow
V
Chieftain Browne


SUBJECT MATTER
Debt



Damages for Slander



Malicious damage to Property


Deputy Registrar Court of Appeal


247













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 9 MAY, 1972.-(No. 26.)


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY



PROVISIONAL STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
AS AT 31ST MARCH, 1972


Liabilities


Assets


DEMAND LIABIjTs:


EXTERNAL ASSETS:


EC $ EC $


NOTES IN CIULATION 64,466,564

CoI iN Cion cAToN ..- 5,609,199

MONEY AT CALL .... 231,023


CURRENT ACCOUNTS
AND MONEY AT CA
IN LONDON

UNITED KINGDOM
TREASURY BILLS


EC $ EC $

LL
...... 7,179,255


...... 26,123,768


INTERNATIONAL
ORGANISATION


BANKERS' DEPOSITS


OTHER UNITED
KINGDOM GOVERN-
MENT SECURITIES ......
24,261 70,331,047
FOREIGN NOTES AND
COIN IN PROCESS OF
1,036,579 REDEMPTION


COMMERCIAL BANKS'
BALANCES


GENERAL RESERVE


OTrHER LIABILITIES


6,370,927
GOVERNMENT LOCAL

DEBENTURES
4,181,736 LOCAL TREASURY
BILLS
OTHER ASSETS

EC$81,920,289


...... 3,916,635 70,983,722



7,053,050

393,300
3,490,217


EC$81,920,289


[Proportion of external
assets to demand liabili-
ties 100.9%]

N. L. SMITH,
Acting Managing Director.


33,756,466



7,598


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