THIS DAY IN OUR PAST

The fol­low­ing events took place on Novem­ber 2 in the years iden­ti­fied:

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1967:code Reg­u­la­tions and a

of con­duct are to be drafted aimed at ban­ning pol­i­tics in schools, the min­is­ter of ed­u­ca­tion tells the House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives. E. L. Allen reads a state­ment to the House on the re­cent in­ci­dent at the Bal­lards Val­ley School dur­ing the St El­iz­a­beth by-elec­tion cam­paign and says that no for­mal in­quiry will be con­ducted. In­stead, con­sul­ta­tions will be held with the Ja­maica Teach­ers’ As­so­ci­a­tion, the Ed­u­ca­tion Ad­vi­sory Coun­cil, the churches and other in­ter­ested par­ties to draft ef­fec­tive reg­u­la­tions sup­ported by a code of con­duct aimed at ban­ning pol­i­tics in schools. 1971:Hugh or­gan­i­sa­tions, and to be pre­pared to start at the bot­tom and po­si­tion them­selves for such ad­vance­ment. Ad­dress­ing the com­pany of young peo­ple in the Na­tional Arena be­fore declar­ing open the Ca­reers Day ex­hi­bi­tion dur­ing Youth De­vel­op­ment Agency Week, Shearer says there is at present a tremen­dous surge of in­ter­est in ed­u­ca­tion and train­ing. 1973:A

re­minder to the Gov­ern­ment on their at­ti­tude to­wards de­val­u­a­tion of the Ja­maican dol­lar while they were the Op­po­si­tion is made by the present leader of the Op­po­si­tion, Hugh Shearer. State­ments made by the Peo­ple’s Na­tional Party dur­ing 1971 against de­val­u­a­tion of the Ja­maican dol­lar are re­called by Shearer in a state­ment which he is­sued in light of the is­land’s present for­eign re­serves cri­sis. Shearer takes note of the fact that the Gov­ern­ment is go­ing into re­treat on the week­end and that the for­eign re­serves po­si­tion will come un­der study then.

–The Gleaner Archives

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