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369


SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


inblifista hy Authority

VOL. 107] SAINT VINCENT,- TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974. [No. 62.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


No. 167.
APPOINTMENTS

In accordance with the provisions of-
Section 18 (1) of the Maintenance Or-
dinance (No. 1/1949) approval has
been given for the appointment of Mrs.
PALMISTE SHALLOW as Collecting Offi-
cer for the Mesopotamia District with
effect from 1st November, 1974.
19th November, 1974.


No. 168.


MARRIAGE OFFICERS


R e r en d -SEYMOUR RoILO'K and
Reverend ELIJAH HOLDER as Marriage
Officers with effect from 19th November,
1974.
19th November, 1974.
(M A/029)


No. 169.
ADOPTION BOARD

It is notified for general information
that the following persons have been






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3 7


appointed by Cabinet to serve as mem-
bers of the Adoption Board for a period
of two years from 1st October, 1974.
THE MAGISTRATE DISTRICT 1
THE MAGISTRATE DISTRICT 2
MRS. MINERVA VANLOO
MR. IIENRY A. ROBERTSON
MRS. MILLICENT ITON
Miss LEILA DEANE-Secretary.
19th November, 1974.

No. 170.
COtiRT FOR REVISING JURY
LISTS.

By virtue of the provision of Section
9(1). of the Jury (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1963 (No. 19 of 1963) His
Excellency ,the Governr ,has been-
pleased to appoint the following per-
sons as Assessors of the Court compris-
ing the -Magistrate of the District and
two Assessors, for the purpose of revis-
ing the Jury Lists of the Districts
mentiound in respect of the year
1974:-
FIRST MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT:
Kingstown:
The District Medical Officer.
R. B. A. Richards, Esq.
Theophilus Collins, Esq.


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370 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62).


SECOND MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT:
Mesopotamia:
The District Medical Officer.
C. 'F. Browne, Esq.
Mrs. Gwendolyn Collymore.
Colonarie:
The District Medical Officer.
Miss Inez Dasent.
Albert Neverson, Esq.
Biabou:
The District Medical Officer.
Esau Ballah; Esq..
James Bramble,, Esq.
Georgetown:
The District Medical Officer.
Lancelot .O'e. Jhn, -Esq.
Ezekiel Marksman, 'Esq.
THIRD MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT:
Calliaqua:
The-District Medical Officer.
John Dougan, Esq.
H. E. A. Daisley, Esq.
Layou:
The District Medical Officer.
Donald Cambridge, Esq.
Robert Slater, Esq.
Barronalie: -
The District Medical Officer.
Robert Slater, Esq.
George A. Dyer, Esq.
Chateaubelair:
The District Medical Officer.
Charles Morgan, Esq.
*Rodwell Gordon, Esq.
November 12, 1974.
MHA/092


No. 171.
RESIGNATION

Mr' DUNCAN GEORGE, Maintenance
Collecting Officer Mesopotamia with
effect from 31st October, 1974.
19th November, 1974.



No: 172.
PREQUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS
FOR CONSTRUCTION OF FEEDER
ROADS.


The government of St. Vincent in-
vites the submiission of prequalification
data from interested Contractors in
connection with the proposed construc-
tion of Feeder Roads in St. Vincent.


The proposed project requires the
construction and/or reconstruction of
30 Feeder Roads totalling approxi-
mately 33 miles. In general, the roads,
wifll have a paved carriageway 12 feet
wide and hard shoulders 2 feet wide,
designed with a maximum gradient of
15% and a mininmim radius of horizon-
tal curvature of 50 feet. Earthwork
is.expected to be a major construction
item, an4. ancillary works will include
walls, reinforced concrete box culverts
,and culvert pipes, curbs anid drains.
The present concept is to divide the,
total construction project into three
sub-projects, and to have one of the
suib-projects carried out by the Ministry
of Communications' and Works, St.
Vincent. .It is intended that priced
tenders for construction will be invited
only from pre-qualified contractors.
Consideration will be limited to Con-
tractors or-Joint Ventures of Con-
tractors whose regular place of
business is in one of the following
countries:-
(a) Regional member 'countries of
the Caribbean Development
Bank, i.e., Antigua, Bahamas,
Barbados, Belize, British Virgin
Islands, Cayman Islands, Dom-
inica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica,
M o n t s e r r a t, St. Kitts-Nevis-
Anguilla, St. Lucia, St. Vincent,
Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and
Caicos Islands and Venezuela.
(b) Non-regional Member countries
of the Caribbean Development
Bank. i.e., Canada and the United
Kingdom.
(c) The United States of America.
The project will be financed jointly
by the Government of St. Vincent and
the. Caribbean-Development Bank.
Interested Contractors with exper-
elnce of similar work should apply
promptly for Contractors' Prequalifi-
cation Forms to:-
Seither (a) Republic Engineering Con-
sultants,
59 'High Street,'
'- Georgetown,
Guyana.
(b) Chief. Engineer,
Ministry of Communication
and Works,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent, West Indies.
Contractors' Prequalification forms
must be completely filled out and for-
warded by registered mail to Republic
Engineering Consultants at the above
address s6 as to arrive not later than
20th December, 1974, Two copies
should also be forwarded at the same
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SAINT VINCENT, TUESI)AY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62).


time, one to the Chief Engineer at the
above address, and the other to the
Caribbean Development Bank, Trea-
sury Buildings, Bridgetown, Barbados,
West Indies.
REUBEN BAILEY,
Chief Enginecr (Ag.)
Ministry of Communications and
Works.

19th November, 1974.


By Command,

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Offce.


PREMIER'S OFFICE,
ST. -VINCENT,
19th November, 1974.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
NOTICES.


POST OFFICE NOT


It is hereby notified for general in-
formation- that an issue of Postage
Stamps, commemorating the Centenary
of the Birth of Sir Winston Churchill
would be released for sale at the Gen-
eral Post Office in Kingstown and
District Post Offices throughout the
State on Thursday 28th November,
1974.
The Issue which depicts Sir Winston
in Military and Naval Uniforms and as
a Statesman, is comprised of a St. Vin-
cent set of four (4) Stamps in denonii- .
nations of 250, 350, 450 and $1.00, and
of a Grenadines Set of four (4) Stamps
in denominations of 50, 40, 50 and
$1.00 with designs for both sets being
the same except for background
colours.
Official First Day Covers would be
offered for sale at the General Post
Office in Kingstown and District Post
Office at Port Elizabeth, Bequia at the
price of $2.400 for a St. Vincent Cover
and at $2.30# for a Grenadines Cover.
E. ~T. HANNAWAY,
Postmaster General.
13th November, 1974.

STAMP VENDORS' LICENCE-1974.

Notice is hereby given und-er the
Stamp Vendors Regulation No. 16 of
1969 that the undermentioned Business


place has been granted a Licence in
respect of the year ending December
31, 1974.


Name
28. General Suppliers
Ltd.


Address

Kingstown.


IN THE THIRD MAGISTERIAL
DISTRICT (LAYOU)


Suit No. 132/73
FLORENCE TllEOBALDS -Plaintiff
Vs.
ANDREW JARVIS of Layou--Dfendant


It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that the undermentioned
chattel, the property of the above-
onamed defendant levied upon by virtue
o R of- a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued
OTHER in the above suit will be put up for sale
by Public Auction at the "Court House,
Kingstown on Wednesday 27th Novem-
ber, 1974 at 1.30 o'clock in the after-
'ICE noon.


That is to say:-
One (1)- Radio (Phillips)
Dated this 8th day of November, 1974.
(Sgd.) D. K. McINTYRE,
Magistrate, District 3.


TENDERS, FOR MOTOR CAR SERVICE


Sealed tenders are invited for the
provision of Motor car service for the
conveyance of public officers during
1975.

-The Tenders submitted should con-
tain particulars of the charges proposed
to be made for waiting.

The Contract may be terminated by
.one month's notice on either side, and
the person to whom the Contract is
awarded will be required to enter in
a bond with the Government for the
satisfactory performance of the Con-
tract.

Tenders close at 3 p.m. -on Friday
27th December, 1974, and should be
addressed to the- Chairman, Tenders
Board, Ministry of Finance, Kingstown
and distinctly marked on the envelope
'Tenders for Motor Car Service'.

Government -does not'bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.


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372 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62).


SUPPLY OF FOOD YEAST BISCUITS

Tenders are hereby invited and will
be .received up to 3 p.m. on Friday 27th
December, 19j4, for the supply of Food
Yeast Biscuits to the Education Depart-
ment during the year 1975.
The estimated requirements have
been placed at 1,350 tins per annum
and the supplier must guarantee to
supply 450 tins at the beginning of each
term and to deliver same in good condi-
tio4 at Primary Schools on the main-
land and Grenadines as directed by the
Chief Education Officer.
Any delivery charge should be stated
n the Tender separate from the actual
price of the commodity. ,
Tenders are to be addressed to the
chairman Tenders Board, Ministry of
Finance and the envelope sealed and
marked 'Tenders -for the Supply of
Food Yeast Biscuits'.
Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.


UNIFORMS FOR POSTMEN

Tenders are invited for supplying
nd making Uniforms for Postmen for
he.year ending 31st December, 1975.
The Uniforms consist of long-brown
rerylene Trousers and beige cotton
shirts, long sleeves with two (2) flap
rockets and shoulder straps, and tlie
requirements are for approximately
(20)'twenty postmen. Samples should
be submitted with the Tender.
Tenders which will be received up to
3 p.m. on Friday 27th .December, 1974
must be sealed and addressed to the
Chairman Central Supply Tenders
Board, Ministry of Finance, Kingstown
ald distinctly marked on the envelope
'Tenders for the supply of Postmen
Ufnifo.rms'.


TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF
UNIFORMS

Tenders are invited for supplying
and making khaki drill uniforms for
Port Gufards, Customs Guards, Attend-
ants at the Institutions and Workers at
the Health Department for the year
1975.
The drill used must be of the same
shade and texture for each uniform,
and sample should be submitted with
the Tender.


Uniforms consist of long trousers and
short sleeved 'shirts with two flap
pockets, and shoulder straps and the
requirements are for approximately
160 men.
Tenders which will be received up to
3 p.m. on Friday 27th December, 1974
must be sealed and addressed to the
Chairman, Tenders Board, Ministry -of
Finance, Kingstown and distinctly
marked on the envelope 'Tenders for
the supply of Uniforms'.
The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender, and
reserve the right to accept any part of
a tender.


UNIFORMS FOR MESSENGERS AT
GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS

Tenders are hereby invited for
supplying and making uniforms for
Messengers at Government Depart-
ments in respect of the year 1975.
Details for make of Uniforms will be
submitted at a later date.
Tenders which will be received up to
3 p.m. on Friday 27th December, 1974
must be sealed and addressed to the
Chairman, Central Supply .Tenders
Board, Ministry of Finance, Kingstown
and distinctly marked 'Tenders for the
supply of uniforms for Government
Messengers'.
The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender and
reserves the right to accept any part
of a tender.


TENDERS FOR GOVERNMENT SUPPLIES
AND SERVICES
\

Sealed Tenders will be received until
3 p.m. on Friday 27th December, 1974
for the supply to Government for the
' period. st January to 31st December,
1975, of such, quantities of the under-
mentioned articles as may daily or
otherwise be required:-
(a) For the use'of the Prison Depart-
ment :
Breadfruit ...... er lb.


Plantains ....
Potatoes (sweet)
Tannias
Yams
Kallaloo
Flour (enriched)
Fish (fresh) ......


,, 100 lb.
,, 100 lb.
,, 100 lb.
, 100 lb.
,, lb.
,, lb.
, lb.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(N1o. 62). 3


(b) For the use of any Government
Department:


Beef, fresh
: out bone
Beef, fresh
bone
soup bone
Gasolene
Kerosene
Diesel Oil


with-
...... per pound
with
..... per pound
...... per pound
...... per gallon
...... per gallon
...... per gallon


Tenders are to be addressed to the
Chairman, Tenders Board, MiniStry of
Finance, Kingstown, and distinctly
marked on the envelope (a) 'Tender for
Supplies to Prisons" or (b) 'Tenders
for Supplies to Government Depart-
ment'; Printed forms will be issued
on 'application at the Ministry of
Finance.
Tenders for the supply of flour
should give the analysis of the flour
which should meet the requirements
of:-


Maximum Moisture
Maximum Ash
Minimum Protein


14
0.52
12


Enriched Standard:--
Min.
Thiamine 2.0
Milligrams for each lb. of
Mil.
Riboglanie 1.2
Niacin 16.0
Iron 13.0
Calcium
Carbonate 500
Any delivery charge should
on the Tender separate from t
price of the commodity.
The Government does not b
to accept the lowest or any te
reserves the power to accept
part of a tender. Nothing in
tract which nray be entered
be considered as affecting the
the Government to import at
any articles it may require
standing such supply is contr
locally.
The attention of parties
is particularly directed to,tl
tions of contract' inserted at t
this notice, which will .be bi
them.

CONDITIONS OF CONTRB

1. The Contract to be
January to 31st December, 1


2. The Contractor undertakes to
deliver at his own expenses into the
stores of Institutions the articles placed
opposite his own name at the price
stated, on such days, at such times arid
in such quanitiies as may be stated on
the requisition of the Head of Depart-
ment or officer in charge.
3. Every article supplied must be of
a sound, good quality and no article is
to be substituted for the one requisi-
tioned for without the consent of the
requisitioning officer first being
obtained.
4. Any articles considered by the
Head of Department or officer in charge
to be of inferior quality may be reject-
ed by him, and shall be immediately
removed and replaced by the Contrac-
tor at his own expense without any
allowance being made to him for such
articles.
5. If the rejected articles are not
41_ r d th 1 9 h f th +ti


ICIIUtVCU V lblllll eJ IJUUI IjU111 Lwt LC llUll
% notice shall have been given to the
7I/, Contractor, they will be returned to,
and at the expense of the Contractor,
%0 provided that if the Contractor give
such explanations as may be satis-
Mx factory to the Minister of Finance, the
Max. expense of such return shall not be
2.5 charged.
flour 6. Should the Contractor neglect.
Ma. to refuse to replace rejected articles
ax contracted for at the time stated in
1.5 the requisition, the IIead of Department
20.00 or Officer in charge shall be, at liberty
to purchase the said articles from other
16.5 persons; and the difference between the
price paid for such articles and the
600 contract price shall be deducted from
the next payment. made to the Con-
be stated tractor.
;he actual
7. The Head of Department or
Officer in charge may, if he should
ind itself deem it necessary, purchase articles of
under, and perishable food such as bread, meat,
ting any etc., at once to replace rejected articles.
any con- ,
into will 8. -All fresh meat contracted for
right of must be slaughtered in the slaughter
any time house in Kingstown.
not with-
acted for 9. If the Contract6? should persist
in such irregularities as stated in para-
graph 6, the Minister of Finance shall
tendering have the power to terminate the con-
le 'condi- tract immediately or at such time ap
he end of may appear to him proper and con-
inding to venient. "

10. The Contract may be terminated
ACT at any time by one month's notice being
given either by the Contractor to the
from 1st Minister of Finance or by the Minister
975. of Finance to the Contractor.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62).


THE(
VEI
AIS


POLICE NOTICE

OWNERSS OF PUBLIC SERVICE
[ICLES; GOODS VEHICLES
D TRAILERS (H., H.T. & T.
PLATES)


The attention of persons who' own the
type of. vehicles mentioned above is
drawn to the provisions contained in
Regulations 20 and 21 and all amend-
ments thereto of Motor Vehicle and
Road Traffic Regulations 1959 whereby
no licence may be issued or renewed for
such vehicles unless the. Inspector cer-
tifies that the vehicle complies with all
the provisions of the Ordinance and
these Regulations.
The Inspector of Motor Vehicles will
be available at Arnos Vale (P.W.D.


Yard) daily from 8.30 a.m. to 12 mid-
day and 1.30 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. except
on Saturday, Sundays and Bank Holi-
days to ensure that all* the above men-
tioned vehicles are inspected and road
worthy before January 31, 1975.
Regulations 20 (6) requires that
these vehicles are examined twice an-
nually, that is before 30th June and
31st December each year.
WARNING.
Vehicles -which have not been in-
spected or if inspected have not passed
the examination by 31st January, 1975
will be taken off the road.
E. B. JACKSON,
Commissioner of Police Ag.
Licnsig authority.
Licensing Authority.


CALEDONIAN INSURANCE COMPANY-TRANSFER OF INSURANCE
BUSINESS TO GUARDIAN ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE
LIMITED



Notice is hereby given to policyholders and to the public that it is the
-intention of Caledonian Insurance Company to transfer all its assets and liabil-
ities in St. Vincent to Guardian Royal Exchange Assurance Limited with effect
from 1st April 1975.

The effect of the proposed transfer will be that Guardian Royal Exchange
Assurance Limited will become responsible for the due fulfilmentof all existing
obligations of Caledonian Insurance Company in- St. Vincent. Cover, expiry
date, terms and other conditions of insurance policies will rot be in any way
affected by the change of company.

It is intended to apply to the Registrar of Insurance for confirmation of the
proposed transfer and any objection may be lodged with the Registrar of
Insurance within the above period.

12th November, 1974.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 197&4
FORM NO. 28
(Section 26.)
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE.,
NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL..

The Constituency of NORTH WINDWARD.
Notice Is hereby given to the electors of the Constituency aforesaid that
a Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Constituency
and that such Poll will be opened on the 9th day of December, 1974 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in
the following Polling Stations established in the various PIolling Divisions com-
prised in the said Constituency.
Polling Station No. 1 at Government School, Fancy
Polling Station No. 1A at Government School, Owia
Polling Station No. 2 at Anglican School, Sandy Bay
Polling Station No. 3 at Police Station, Sandy Bay


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 1!) NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62). 375


Polling Station No. 3A at R.C. Church, Sandy Bay
Polling Station No. 4 at Estate Office, Orange Hill
Polling Station No. 5 at Infant School, Langley Park
Polling Station No. 6 at Government School, Langley Park
Polling Station No. 7 at Methodist School, Dickson

And that the prospective candidates in-the above Constituencyare as follows:-
1. GIBSON, Kelvin Philemon; Businessman;
2. JOSHUA, Ivy Inez; Me Kies Hill, Kingstown
Legislator
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 10th day of December,
1974, at Langley Park Government School at the hour of eight o'clock in the
forenoon:
Given under my hand at Langley Park Government School this 18th day of
November, 1974.
LYDER THOMAS,
Returning Officer.



GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.

FORM NO. 28
(Section 26.)
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Constituency of NORTH CENTRAL WINDWARD.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Constituency aforesaid that
a Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for,the said Constituency
and that such Poll will be opened on the 9th day of December, 1974 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in
the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions com-
prised in the said Constituency.
Polling- Station No. 1 at Mt. Bentick House, Mt. Bentick
Polling Station No. 2 at Government School, Georgetown
Polling Station No. 3 at Bishop's College, Georgetown
Polling Station No. 4 at Town Board Office, Georgetown
Polling Station No. 5 at Anglican School, Byera
Polling Station No. 5A at Anglican School, Byera
Polling Station No. 6 at R.C. School, Colonarie
Polling Station No. 7 at Methodist School, South Rivers
Polling Station No. 7A at Methodist School, South Rivers
Polling Station No. 8 at The Clinic, Park Hill
Polling Station No. 9 at Government School, Park Hill
Polling Station No. 10 at Police Station, Colonarie -

And that the prospective candidates in the above Constituency are as follows:-
1. BEACHE, Vincent Ian; South Rivers;
Electrical Technician
S2. GONSALVES, Gregory Thorald; Colonarie;
Farmer
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.
The final counting of the votes wilftake place on the 10th day of December,
1974, at Georgetown Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon.
forenoon:
Given under my hand at Returning Office's Office, Georgetown this 18th day
November, 1974,
ALBAN HENRY,
Returning Ogicer.










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376 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62).


GENERAL ELECTIONS; 1974.
FORM NO. 28
(Section 26.)
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE.

NOTICE OF GRAN-T, OF A POLL.

The Constituency of SOUTH CENTRAL WINDWARD.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Constituency aforesaid that
a Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Constituency
and that such Poll will be opened on the 9th day of December, 1974 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in
the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions com-
prised in the said Constituency.

Polling Station No. 1 at Mr. Amos Johnney's Residence, Diamond
Polling Station No. 2 at Medical Clinic, Diamonds
Polling Station No. 3 at Methodist School, New Grounds
Polling Station No. 4 at North Union Boxing Plant, North Union
Polling Station No. 5 at Government School, Lauders
Polling Station No. 6 at Stone Mill Tool Room or Office, North Union'
Polling Station No. 7 at Anglican School, Lowmans
Polling Station No. 8 at Government School, Greggs

And that the prospective candidates in the above Constituency are as follows:-
1. CHARLES, George Hamilton; Prospect;
Power House MechaAic
2.. CUFFPY, Victor Ivor; Villa;
Barrister-at-Law
3. JOSHUA, Ebenezer Theodore; McKie's Hill, Kingstown;
Legislator

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 10th day of December,
1974 at Lowmans (Wd.) Anglican School at the hour of eight o'clock in the
Sforenoon:
Given under my hand at Lowmans (Wd.) Anglican School this 18th day of
SNovember, 1974.
PAMELUS BURKE,
Returning Officer,


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.

FORM NO. 28
(Section 26.)
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL,

The Constituency jof SOUTH WINDWARD.
Notice is hereby given to the electorss qf the Constituency aforesaid that
Sa Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Constituency
and that such Poll will be opened on the 9th day of December, 1974 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in
the following Pling Stations 'established in the various Polling Divisions com-
prised in the said Constituency.
Polling Station No: 1 at Mrs. Margaret Shortte's Shop, Cedars
Polling Station No. 2 at Methodist School,;Biabou
Polling Station No. 2A at Mbthodist School, Biabou
Polling Station 2No. 3 at Mr. Edward'John's Shop, New Prospect
Polling Station No. 4 at Mrs. Catherine Browne's Shop, Peru.vian Vale
Polling Station No. 5 at Mrs. Emelda Rogers' Building, (Summer Place)
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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62). 377


Polling Station No. 6 at Government School, Calder
Polling Station No. 7 at Mrs. Irene Nelson's House, Victoria Village
Polling Station No. 8 at Government School, Carapan
Polling Station No. 9 at Government School, Stubbs

And that the prospective candidates in the above Constituency are as follows:-
1. BESS, Norton Wilfred; Biabou;
Process Operator
2. DACON, Charles St. Clair; Prospect;
Barrister-at-Law

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 10th day of December,
1974, at Stubbs Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon.
Given under my hand at Stubbs Police Station this 18th day of November
1974.

JOSEPH GREAVES,
Returning Officer.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.


FORM NO. 28
(Section 26.)
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Constituency of MARRIAQUA.
Notice Is hereby given to the electors of 'the Constituency aforesaid that
a Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Constituency
and that such Poll will be opened on the 9th day of December, 1974 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and-kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in
the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions com-
prised in the said Constituency.
Polling Station No. 1 at Community Hall, Marriaqua
Polling Station No. 2 at Government School, Richland Park
Polling Station No. 3 at Mr. Eli Bacchus' House, Richland Park
Polling Station No. 3A at Mr. Eli Bacchus' House, Richland Park
Polling Station No. 4 at Mr. Edward Lewis' Residence, Richland Park
Polling Division No. 5 at Society Hall, Mesopotamia
Polling Station No. 6 at Government School, Cane End
Polling Station No. 7 at Mr. Jirpmy Toney's Residence, Carriere
Polling Station No. 8 at Mr. George Dowers' House, formerly Mrs. Eliza
Alves' House, Evesham
Polling Station No. 9 at Methodist School, Evesham

And that the prospective candidates in the above Constituency are as follows:-
1. JAMES, Vincent W.; Belmont;
Farmer
2. LATHAM, Levi Calvert; Marriaqua;
Planter

of which alt persons are\hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place on the 10th day of December,
1974, at Mesopotamia.Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon:
Given under my hand at Mesopotamia Police Station this 18th day qf
November, 1974.
C. F. BROWNS,
Returning Officer.












378 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.

FORM NO. 28
(Section 26.)
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Constituency of EAST ST. GEORGE.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Constituency aforesaid that
a Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Constituency
and that such Poll will be opened on the 9th day of December, 1974 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in
the following Polling Stations established In the various Polling Divisions conm-
prised in the said Constituency.
Polling Station No. 1 at The Clinic, Enhams
Polling Station No. 2 at Alma Fraser's Building, Belmont
Polling Station No. 3 at Methodist-School, Brighton
Polling Station No. 4 at Mr. George Mills' Premises, Ratho Mill
Polling Station No. 5 at Town Hall, Calliaqua
Polling Station No. 6 at The Clinic, Glen
Polling Station No. 7 at Mr. Lloyd Hull's Residence, Villa
Polling Station No. 8 at Mr. Otto DeFreitas' Garage, Villa
*Polling Station No. 9 at Infant School, Fountain
Polling Station No. 10 at Mrs. King's Shop, Arnos Vale
And that the prospective candidates in the above Constituency are as follows:--
1. CATO, Robert Milton;. Villa;
Barrister-at-Law
2. JOHN, Prenila Adina; Ratho Mill;
Housewife
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 10th. day of December,
1974, at Calliaqua Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon. *
Given under my hand at Calliaqua Police Station this 18th day of November
1974.
LAWRENCE BRERETON,
Returning Oficer.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.

FORM NO. 28
(Section 26.)
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Constituency of WEST ST. GEORGE.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Constituency aforesaid that
1 a Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Constituency
and that such Poll will be opened on the 9th day of December, 1974 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in
the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions com-
prised in'the said Constituency.
Polling Station No. 1 at Government School, Belmont
Polling Station No. 2 at Old Methodist School, Gomea
Polling Station No. 3 at New Gomea School, Dauphine
Polling Station No. 4 at Government School, Belair
Polling Station No. 4A at Government School, Belair
Polling Station No. 5 ati PW.D. Office, Amos Vale
Polling Station No. 6 at Government School, Dorsetshire Hill
Bolling Station No. 7 at Sion Hill Clinic, Sion Hill
Polling Station No. 8 at Mr. Edwin Providence's Hall, Roseau
Polling Station No. 9 at Miss Eliza V. White's Residence, Sion Hill














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Polling Station No. 10 at St. Hills' Residence, Kingstown Hill
Polling Station No. 11 at Dr. Robertson's Residence, Cane Garden
And that the prospective candidates in the above Constituency aie as follows:-
1. CUPID, Theophilus Mannassah; Fountain;
Electrical Engineer
2. FORBES, Conrad David; Sion Hill;
Peasant Proprietor
3. TANNIS, Clive Leonard; Beachmont;
Mariner
4. WILLIAMS, Arthur Francis; Cane Hall;
Barrister-at-Law
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 10th day of December,
1974, at Sion Hill Government School at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon:
Given under my hand at Sion Hill Government School this 18th day of
November, 1974.
ROBERT ROBERTSON,
Returning Officer.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, .1974.

FORM NO. 28
(Sectioi '26.)
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Constituency of EAST KINGSTOWN.
Notice Is hereby given to the electors of the Constituency aforesaid that
a Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Constituency
and that such-Poll will be opened on the 9th day of December, 1974 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in
the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions com-
prised in the said Constituency.

Polling Station No. 1 at Emmanuel High School, Granby Street
polling Station No. 2 at Mrs. Sylvia Grant's. Residence, Frenches
Polling Station No. 3 at University Centre, Murray Road
Polling Station No. 4 at Mr. Arthur Cambridge's House, Richmond Hill
Polling Station No. 5 at Mrs. Louise Glenn's Residence, Murray Road
Polling Station No. 6 at Richmond Hill Govt. School, Richmond Hill
Polling Station No. 7 at Intermediate School, James Street
Polling Station No. 8 at Mr. George Daisy's Building, Paul's Lot
Polling Station No. 9 at Christian Bros. Residence, Kingstown Park
Polling Station No. 10 at Girls Guides' Hut, Kingstown Park
Polling Station No. 11 at Peters' Ville, Kingstown Park
Polling Station No. 12 at Bishop's College, Kingstown
And that the prospective candidates in the above Constituency are as follows:-
1. ADAMS, Emmanuel Fatima; Upper Edinboro, Kingstown;
Barrister-at-Law
2. GRIFFITH, Edward Greig; Beachmont;
Teacher
3. RUSSELL,.Randolph Bertie; 'Stoney Grounds;
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 10th day of December,
1974, at Court House, Kingstown at the hour of eight *o'clock in the forenoon:
Given under my hand at Court House, Kingstown this 18th day of November,
1974.
HENRY MORRIS,
Returning Officer.













380 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.


FORM NO. 28
(Section 26.)
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE.

'NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Constituency of WEST KINGSTOWN.
Notice Is hereby given to the electors of the Constituency aforesaid that
a Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Constituency
and that such Poll will be opened on the 9th day of December, 1974 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in
the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions com-
prised in the said Constituency.
Polling Station No. 1 at Kingstown Anglican School, Higginson Street
Polling Station No. 1A at-Kingstown Anglican School, Higginson Street
Polling Station No. 2 at Mr. Dennis Grant's Premises, Lower Middle Street
Polling Station No. 3 at Government School, Stoney Ground
Polling Station No. 4 at Central Housing and Planning Workshop, Old
Montrose
Polling Station No. 5 at Mr. Ulric Antoine's Premises-Cyrus Street, near to
Nutricia Centre, New Montrose
Polling Station No. 5A at Mr. Ulric Antoine's Premises-Cyrus Street, near to
Y Nutricia Centre, New Montrose
Polling Station No. 6 at Nurse Bacchus' Residence, New Montrose
Polling Station No. 6A at Miss Louise Thomas' Residence. Walker Piece
Polling Station No. 7 at Government School, Lodge Village
Polling Station No. 7A at Government School, Lodge Village
Polling Station No. 8 at Mr. Uriah Adams' Premises, Liberty Lodge
Polling Station No. 9 at Miss Myrtle Daisley's Private School Building
Edinboro
And that the prospective candidates in the above Constituency are as follows:-
1. JOHN, Kenneth Randolph; Villa;
Lawyer
2. ROBERTSON, Emery Winston; Cane Garden;
Barrister-at-Law
3. TANNIS, Hudson Kemuel; Arnos Vale;
Lawyer
4. WILLIAMS, Kenneth; Edinboro;
Psychologist
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 10th day of December,
1974, at Public Health Department at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon:
Given under my hand at Kingstown Government School this 18th day of
November, 1974.
JOHN SAUNDERS,
S.. .... Retring ,Oper.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1974.

FORM NO. 28
(Section 26.)
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Constituency of SOUTH LEEWARD.
S Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Constituency aforesaid that
a Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Constituency
and that such Poll will be opened on the 9th day of December, 1974 at the hour of













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19,NOVEB3BER, 1974.-(No. 62). 381

seven ,in the' forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in.
the .following Polling: Stations established in the various Polling Divisions com-
prised in the said Constituency.
S Polling Station No. 1 at Mr. Henry Glynn's House Rillan Hill
Polling Station No. 2 at Buccament Government School,'DuBois
,Polling Station Nq. 3 at Earl Winston's House, Vermont'
Polling Station No. 3A at Arnold Samuel's House, Vermont
Polling Station No. 4 at Clinic, Retreat
Polling Station No. 5 at Government School, Clare Valley .
Polling Station No. 5A at Government School, Clare Valley
Polling Statioh No. 6 at Government School,,uestelles
Polling Station No. 6A at Government School,. uestelles
Polling Station No. 7 at Mr. Charles Alexander's Shop, Chauncey
Polling Station No. 8 at Clinic, Camden Park
Polling Station No. 8A at Clinic, Camden Park
Polling Station No. 9 at Anglican School, Lowmans .
Polling Station No. 10 at Mr. Granville Williams' Shop, Lownians '

And that the prospective candidates in the above Constituency are as follows:-
1. ISSACS, Grafton Cephas; P.O. Box 104, Kingstown;
Barrister-at-Law
2. SYLVESTER, Othniel Rudolph; Questelles;
Barrister-at-Law
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice ad go*e themselves
accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place on the 10th day of December,
1974, at Questelles Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon:
Given under my hand at Questelles Police Station this 18th dayof November,
1974.
OLSON PETERS,
turning .Officer.


GENERAL ELE0TiO6NS, 1974.
.____ /

FORM NO. 28
(Section 26.)
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) \ORDIN NCE.
NOTICE OF GRANT 'OF A POLL.

The Constituency of CENTRAL LEEWARD.
Notice is .hereby given to the electors of the Constituency aforesaid that
a Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Constituency
and that such Poll will be opened on the 9th aay of December, 1974 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in
the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions com-
prised in the said Constituency.
Polling Station No. 1 at Junior High School, BarroublliH
Polling Station No. 2 at Police Station, Barrouallie
Polling Station No. 3 at Mr. Bertie Kirby's Shop., Barrouallie
Polling Station No. 4 at Community Hall,. Ba rouallie
Polling Station No. 5 at Government School, Layou ;
Polling Station No. 6 at Miss Grant's Lodge, Layou
Polling Station No,/7 at Mrs. Clarke Dollarson's Residence, LayoU
Polling Station No. 8 at Government School," Buccament

And that the prospective candidates in the above Constit.epe y are as follows:-
1. JOACHIM, Alfred Edmund; New Montrose;,
Insurance Manager
S2. WOODS, Arthur Theophilus; Villa;
Barrister-at-Law
.of which all persons are hereby required.to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.
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382 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62).

The final counthig of the votes will take place on the 10th day of December,
1974,:at Layou Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock'in the forenoon:
Given under my land at Layog Police Station this 18th day of November, 1974. +
G. V. 'DOUGlA.S
S.,. .~~ .RetuMlng., Officer.


GENERAL EX.EQIONS, 1974.

S"" ': C : .. .* m
.- RM NO. 28.
(SOMMUbsi 28.)
T4 .IOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELCTIOs8) ORDINANCE.

NOTICE' OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The ,0postittlincy 5f NORTH LEEWARD,
Notice 1- i.ereby given to th electors of the Constituency aforesaid that
a Poll bas been granted, for the election now pending for the said Constituency
Sand .a. such Poll will be opened on the 9th day of beoember, 1974 at the hour of
seven 1.. the' orepan and kept open till the hour of live in the afternoon in
: the tolWai' Polling Stations established in the various Polling DivisIons com-
prised in te.sald Co Itituency.
Polling Station No. I at Land Settlement Pay Oflice, Richmond Vale
Polling Station No. 2 at Government School, FitzsHughes
Polling 'Satlon No. 3 at.Infant School, Chateaubelair
Polling Station No. 4 at Methodist School, Chateau~belair
SPolling Station No. 5 at Community Centre, Petit Bordel
S Polling Stition No. 6 at Mr. Campbell Browne's Garage, Rose Bank
SPolling Station uNo. 7 at Government School, Troumaca
Polling Station I'.' 8 at Government School, Rose Hall
Polling Station No. 9 ,at Methodist School, Westwood .
Polling Statign No. 10 at Meitodist Schbol, Sprigg Village
And th he prospective candidates in the above Constituency are as follows-
1. 1 FElNIE, AlphonS Alphaeeu; Kingstown;
Ex-School teacherr
S. THOMPSON, John Pilbrt; Arnos Vale;
"Accountant
of which..all persons are hereby required to take notice a d govern themselves
accordingly.
SThe, final counting of the votes will take place on the 10th day of IDecember,
1974, at.4hateaubelair Police Station at the hour rf eight o'clock in the totenoonz
Given inder my hand at Chateaubelair .Police Station this 18th day of.
November, 1974.
LEOPOLD ANTHONY,
Returning Officer.
.~~~. .I ---- .--------' ------- ; -
SGNERAL E Q.rIONS, '1974.

F.."" O NO. 28
S (Sectien 26.)
Tb .,HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (EIOTIONS) ORDINANCE

NOTI E OF GRANT OF A POLL.

Te Constituency of GRENADINES.
1i4otice I hereby given tq the electors of 'the Constituency aforesaid that
Sa Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Constituency
and that such Poll will be opened on the 9th day of December, 1974,at the hour of










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62). 383

seven in the forenoon and kept open till'the hour of five in the afternoon in
the following Pol4ng Stations established in the various Polling Divisions com-
prised in the sald Constituency.
Polling Station 14b. 1 at Court Room, Port Elizabeth
SPqlling Station No. 2 at Society Hall, Port Elizabeth
Polling Station No.. 3 at. Mri Edric Harris' Residence, Hamilton
Polling Station No. 4 atirrs. Lillian .Frrell's Residence, Belmont
Polling .Station No.'5 at Mr. Norman Ollivierre's Residence, La Pompe
Polling Staion .o. '6 at United Brethren Friendly Society Hall, Paget Fitrm
.,Polig Station No. 7 at Custom Officer's Residence, Mustique '
Polling Station No. 8 at. Government School, Canouan
P o p nllg Station No. 9 at Governmpit School, Mayreau
Polling Station No., 10 at Government School, Clifton
Polling Station No. 11. at Government School, Ashton
Polling Station No. 11A at Government School,, Ashton
And that the pros pective candidates in the above Constituency are as follows:--
1 i 6UN-IUNRO, Sydney Douglas; Filendship, Bequla;
SMedical Piactitioner
2. ,'WTOHEI4, Jarles Fitz-Allen; Belmont, Bequla;
Agronomist
of which all persons are hereby. -reqyuied to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.
The final counting of the votes: will take place on the 10th dy -of December,
1974, at Revenue Office, Union Island, at the hour of eight o'clock' in the forenoon:
Given under my hand at Revenue Office, Union Island this 18th day of
November, 1974
S COlSMBis 'COZIER,
S- Returning Officer.

TEE HOUSE OPF ASSEMBLY ORDINANCE.

CANDIDATES' SYMBOLS

Th, Symbol allocated to each. Candidate in accordance with the pro-
visions of Rule 13 of S.R. & 0. No. 35 of 1960 is shown hereunder opposite
his nafet.'
NORTH WINDWARD CONSTITUENCY



*1. GIBSON, Kelvin Philemon Appendix A Sym1ol No,. 4




2. JOSHUA, Ivy Ine Appendix A Symbol No. 6



NORTH CENTRAL ,WINDWARD CONSTITUENCY


S 1' 1*. BEACHE, Vincent Ian Appendix A Symbol No. 5





2. GONSAIsVES,. Gregory Thorald Appendix A Symbol No. '4




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384 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOV[MBBE .1974.-(No. 62).


SOUTH CENTRAL WINDWARD CONSTITUENCY



1. CHARIES,: George Hamiton Appendix A Symbol No. 8.

i '



2. CUFFY, Victor Ivor Appendix A Symbol No. 4






3. JOSHUA, Ebenezer Theodore Appendix A Symbol ,o. 6



SOUTH WINDWARD CONSTITUENCY


a,.'


1. BESS, Norton Wilfred


- Appendix A Symbol No. A


,2. 'DACON, Charles St. Clair Appendix'A Symbol No. 5



MARRIAQUA CONSTITUENCY '



1. JAMES, Vincent W. Appendix A Symbol No. 4





2. LATHAM. Levi Calvert Appendix -A Smnbol No. 5.



EAST ST. GEORGE CONSTITUENC .



1. CATO, Robert Milton Appendix A Symbol No. 5
x A. *Smo'o 5. 1%j


2. JOHN, Prenila Adina


- Appendix A Symbol


a.


Th a


A


V''i
.1


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62). 38


WEST ST. GEORGE CONSTITUENCY


1. CUPID, Theophilus Mannassah


2. FORBES, Conrad David






3. TANNIS, Clive Leonard


- Appendix A Symbol No. 8


- Appendix A Symbol No. 4






- Appendix A Symbol No. 6


4. WILLIAMS, Arthur Francis Appendix A Symbol No. 5



EAST KINGSTOWN CONSTITUENCY


1. ADAMS, 'Emmanuel Fatima





2. GRIFFITH, Edward Greig


- Appendix A Symbol No. 4


- Appendix A Symbol-No. 9


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



WEST KINGSTOWN CONSTITUENCY



1. JOHN, Kenneth Randolph Appendix A Symbol No. 9


2.- ROBERTSON, Emery Winston Appendix A Symbol No. 4


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62).


3. TANNIS, Hudson Kemuel *




4. WILLIAMS, Kenneth


- Appendix A Symbol No. 5




- Appendix A Symbol No. 8


SOUTH LEEWARD CONSTITUENCY


1. ISAACS, Grafton Cephas


- Appendix A Symbol No. 5


2. SYLVESTER, Othniel Rudolph Appendix A Symbol No. 4


CENTRAL LEEWARD CONSTITUENCY


1. JOACHIM, Alfred Edmund




-2. WOODS, Arthur Theophilus


- Appendix A Symbol No. 4




- Appendix A Symbol No. 5


NORTH LEEWARD CONSTITUENCY


1. DENNIE, Alphonso Alphaeus


- Appendix A Symbol No. 4


A.


2. THOMPSON, John Gilbert


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386.


- Appendix A Symbol No. 5












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1974.-(No. 62). 3


GRENADINES CONSTITUENCY


1. GUN-MUNRO, Sydney Douglas


- Appendix A Symbol No. 5


2. MITCHELL, James Fitz-Allen Appendix A Symbol No. 4




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