The fol­low­ing events took place on Novem­ber 1 in the years iden­ti­fied:

Jamaica Gleaner - - COMICS & PUZZLES -

1963:Gor­don The Se­nate meets at

House and re­ceives eight bills from the House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives, one be­ing the bill en­ti­tled an Act to Make Spe­cial Pro­vi­sions in Re­la­tion to the Mode of Trial and Pun­ish­ment of Cer­tain Of­fences. (The Rape Bill), which it passes in a record sit­ting. The Se­nate also passes two res­o­lu­tions re­lat­ing to the set­ting up of boards of man­age­ment for cer­tain spec­i­fied hospi­tals. 1967:Ja­maica

An ap­peal to the new cruise ship ter­mi­nal, as well as the area in front of the pub­lic build­ings on King Street which is be­ing land­scaped. These are all projects of the Kingston Wa­ter­front Re­de­vel­op­ment Pro­gramme. Seaga is told by the chair­man of the Kingston Wa­ter­front Re­de­vel­op­ment Com­pany, Moses Mat­alon, that the projects are all on time and will be com­pleted by De­cem­ber 15 to be in op­er­a­tion for Christ­mas. 1990:Ja­maica The Bank of

and the Bus­ta­mante In­dus­trial Trade Union reach an agree­ment re­solv­ing the dis­pute over mo­tor car al­lowance for se­nior of­fi­cers at the Min­istry of Labour. The par­ties meet for some six hours at the min­istry to dis­cuss the mat­ter, which threat­ens to lead to in­dus­trial ac­tion by the work­ers. The union de­mands that the bank’s se­nior ad­min­is­tra­tive and ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cers be paid a mo­tor car al­lowance. The bank was not against the idea, but the Min­istry of the Pub­lic Ser­vice ob­jected.

– The Gleaner Archives

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