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VOL; CI


*Jttiridal


6apefft


PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS, 23RD JUNE, 1966


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Gazette Notices
Applications for Liquor Licences Dists.'A', 'B'& 'D':
McDonald Lynch; Morris Redman;
Keith Rouse and Eudine Thornhill.............. 625, 688
In the Supreme Court: Edghill vs Jones............ 680
Gilkes vs Moller; Grant vs Burnett et al 680, 628
Inniss vs Inniss; McClean vs McClean..... 682, 683
Maraj vs Lynch; Power vs Armstrong....... 627, 681
Power vs Williams; Simmons vs Coppin.... 681, 628
Skeete vs Skeete; Skinner vs Toppin........ 683, 684
Turney vs Goodridge; Watson vs Haynes 682, 684
Probate Advertisement dated 17th June, 1966.... 626, 627
Report of the Auditor General on the Audit of
the Accounts of the Bridgetown City Coun-
cil for 1960-61................................. 629-679
Revocation of Appointments and Appointments
of Ministers: Hon. H. A. Vaughan and
Senator C. Asquith Phillips.......... 625
Statement of Currency Notes and Coins for ..........
March May, 1966.............................. 685-687
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House of Assembly Debates for 3rd August, 1965
Legal Supplement
(L.N. 76) Notice re Specification for Insecticide for the
Purposes of the Customs Act, 1962: "Rogor 40".

NOTICE NO. 483
GOVERNMENT NOTICE

Revocation of Appointment, and
Appointments of Ministers

Pursuant to the provisions of paragraph
33 of Schedule 2 to the Barbados (Letters
Patent Consolidation) Order, 1964, His Ex-
cellency the Acting Governor has, with effect
from 15th June, 1966, revoked the appointment
of Senator the Honourable H. A. Vaughan,
O.B.E., Q.C., as Minister designated Attorney
General during his absence from the Island,
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and has appointed him to be Minister without
Portfolio.

Pursuant to the said provisions, His Ex-
cellency has appointed Senator C. Asquith
Phillips to be Minister designated Attorney
General.

(M.P. 8682/18)

NOTICE NO. 484
LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE
(4ct 1957-40)


APPLICANT:
OCCUPATION:
ADDRESS:
PREMISES:


KEITH C. ROUSE
Shopkeeper
Sayers Court, Christ Church
Wall and galvanised building
Sayers Court.


Dated this 7th day of June 1966.

Signed: KETHZC. ROUSE
., Applicant.


This Application for a retail licence will
be considered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Magistrates' Courts Dist. "B" on Tuesday
the 28th day of June 1966 at 9 o'clock a.m.


F. G. HAREWOOD
Clerk to Licensing Authority District "B".


NO. 50








OFFICIAL---- GAZTT Jue2,16


PROBATE ADVERTISEMENTS

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Applications have been made
for the following grants of Probate and Administration namely:-


PROBATE of the Will dated the 18th day of April, 1953 of DUDLEY SHILSTONE O'NEALE
late of "Claremont", Rockley in the parish of Christ Church in this Island, who died
on the 6th day of March, 1966, by MAY ANNA O'NEAL the sole Executrix named in
the Will of the said deceased.

PROBATE of the Will dated the 21st day of January, 1965 of MIRIAM EDWARDINA
BATSON late of Near Ruby in the parish of St. Philip in this Island, who died on the
12th day of December, 1965, by HILDA DOREEN GITTENS the sole Exceutrix named
in the Will of the said deceased.

PROBATE of the Will dated the 26th day of May, 1959 of CLARA LUCINDA SEON late of
the parish of St. Michael in this Island, who died at St. Johns, Antigua on the 10th
day of October, 1963, by EUNICE SAVOURY the sole Executrix named in the Will of
the said deceased.

PROBATE of the Will dated the 5th day of October, 1957 of JOSEPH BERTRAM BANFIELD
late of Garden Gap in the parish of Christ Church in this Island, who died on the 3rd
day of January, 1965, by EDITH CARMEN BANFIELD the sole Executrix named in
the Will of the said deceased.

PROBATE of the Will dated the 6th day of April, 1959 of IRENE SARSFIELD BARROW
late of Whitepark Road in the parish of St. Michael in this Island, who died on the
2nd day of January, 1965, by D'ARCY AUGUSTUS SCOTT the sole Executor named
in the Will of the said deceased.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of CLEBERT WATSON late of Hindsbury
Road in the parish of St. Michael in this Island, who died on the 26th day of Septem-
ber, 1965, by ILENE ANNESTA WATSON widow of the said deceased.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of HUBERT AUSTIN BRATHWAITE late of
Newbury in the parish of St. George in this Island, who died on the 16th day of August,
1965, by MARIA ELFREDA GERTRUDE BRATHWAITE widow of the said deceased.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of VINCENT RUDOLPH JORDAN late of
Rose Hill in the parish of St. Peter in this Island, who died on the 17th day of De-
cember, 1965, by JOYCE ELEEN BOUCHER Mother of the said deceased.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of RUPERT COWARD CECIL BURNETT
late of Long Gap, Spooners Hill in the parish of St. Michael in this Island, who died
on the 18th day of February, 1965, by CLARICE ELINE BURNETT widow of the said
deceased.


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


June 23, 1966











PROBATE ADVERTISEMENT Camt'd.


LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of RHODA BARROW late of theGarden
Land, Country Road in the parish of St. Michael, who died on the 19th day of March,
1966, by CAMERON FITZ ALLEYNE GREENE son of the said deceased.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of EDNA MANSFIELD NICHOLLS late of
The Garden in the parish of Christ Church in this Island, who died on the 9th day of
February, 1962, by DAPHNE CECILLE INCE daughter of the said deceased.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of ALBERT ST. CLARE CADDLE late of
St. David's in the parish of Christ Church in this Island, who died on the 4th day of
November 1965, by MARTIN SELBY CADDLE heir-at-law of the said deceased.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of FRANKLIN JEFFERSON IFILL late of
Butler's Avenue, Spooner's Hill in the parish of St. Michael in this Island, who died
on the 5th day of July, 1965, by BELFIELD DaCOSTA IFILL next-of-kin of the said
deceased.

AND UNLESS CAVEAT is lodged within fourteen days from the date of this Adver-
tisement with the Registrar of the Supreme Court through whom the abovenamed appli-
cations have been made, Probate or Administration will be granted accordingly.


Dated this 17th day of June, 1966.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar (Ag.)


NOTICE NO. 485

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BARBADOS
(Civil Jurisdiction)

No. 41 of 1966


RAMNATH MARAJ:

ELDICA LYNCH:


Plaintiff

Defendant


The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
15th day of July 1966 at 2 p.m. and if not then
solditwill be setupfor sale on each succeed-
ing Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Harts Gap in the par-


ish of Christ Church and Island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement Five thousand
four hundred and forty-five square feet or
thereabouts Abutting and bounding on lands of
one Morrison on lands now or late of Forde
and a private road and on a public road called
Harts Gap.



UPSET PRICE: $1,000.00


Dated this 15th day of June 1966.



C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


June 23, 1966


OFFICIAL GAZETTE








OFFIIAL AZETE Jue 23 196


NOTICE NO. 486

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BARBADOS

Civil Jurisdiction

No. 49 of 1966

ROBIN HERWALD SIMMONS: Plaintiff

NELLIE ALLEYNE COPPIN: Defendant

The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
15th day of July 1966 at 2 p.m. and if not then
sold it will be setupfor sale on each succeed-
ing Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: FIRSTLY ALL THAT cer-
tain piece or parcel of land situate at Four
Roads inthe parish of St. Philip in this Island
containing by admeasurement Forty-nine
thousand sevenhundred and three square feet
or thereabouts Abutting and bounding on lands
now or late of William Lyte deceased, on lands
now or late of one Thomas, on lands now or
late of the Government-in-Executive Commit-
tee, on lands of St. Martin's Junior School
and on the public Road leading from Six Cross
Roads to St. Martin's Church or however else
the same may abut and bound.

SECONDLY ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Four Roads in the
parish of St. Philip and Island aforesaid con-
taining by admeasurement twenty-seven
thousand twohundred and forty square feet or
thereabouts Abutting and bounding on lands
now or late of one Garner, on lands now or
late of one Lyte on two sides and one Agard
and on the public road or however else the
same may abut and bound.

UPSET PRICES: $1,200.00; $500.00

Dated this 15th day of June 1966.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


NOTICE NO. 487

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BARBADOS

Civil Jurisdiction

No. 59 of 1966


ELDON BALFOUR GRANT:


HELEN BURNETT et al:


Plaintiff


Defendant


The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
15th day of July 1966 at 2 p.m. and if not then
sold it will be setupfor sale on each succeed-
ing Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.



PROPERTY: FIRSTLY ALL THATcer-
tain piece or parcel of land situate at Carlton
in the parish of St. James and Island of Bar-
bados containing by admeasurement Ten
thousand two hundred and sixty-two square
feet or thereabouts Abutting and bounding on
lands of one Cummins, one Richards, one
Jordan, one Springer and on the public Road
or however else the same may abut and bound.


SECONDLY ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Carlton in the parish
of St. James and Island aforesaid containing
by admeasurement thirty-eight thousand seven
hundred and twenty-nine square feet or there-
abouts Abutting and bounding on lands of one
Hobbs, one Rogers, one Hinds, one S. Samp-
son and on the public Road or however else
the same may abut and bound.


UPSET PRICES: $3,500.00; $6,000.00


Dated this 15th day of June 1966.



C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court. (Ag.)


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


June 23, 1966








June23, 966 FFICAL GZETT


BARBADOS.


REPORT OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL ON THE AUDIT
OF THE ACCOUNTS OF THE BRIDGETOWN CITY
COUNCIL FOR THE YEAR 1960-6


I have the honour to submit my Report on the audit of the accounts of the Bridge-,
town City Council for the financial year 1960-61.

2. There was no improvement in the manner of keeping the accounts during the
financial year. Similar practices as were employed during the previous financial year
were again evident and as a result similar irregularities were observed. In all the cir-
cumstances and in view of the comments and observations made in this Report it cannot
be said that the accounts for the year under review have been satisfactorily kept and
rendered for audit.

REVENUE

3. The actual Revenue for the year amounted to $1,681,160.19 and accrued
revenue was $321,169.23 making a total of $2,002,329.42 which was $169,658.82 more
than was estimated. Overpayments totalling $1,784.42 resulting from alterations and
cancellations in assessments was shown in the accounts as a deduction from revenue
and a credit to a suspense account pending refunds. The method employed in this re-
spect does not appear to be correct inasmuch as provision is made in the Estimates of
Expenditure for Remission of Taxes due to applicants' poverty, incorrect assessments
and refunds. In all the circumstances therefore it seems that the total amount received
should be credited to Revenue and any refunds due should be charged in the usual manner
to the appropriate item of expenditure.

4. There were net excesses over the Revenue Estimates as follows:-
General Rate .. .. $ 18,491.86
Trade Tax .. .. 130,488.05
Licences .. .. 6,931.00

Departments and Services 7,633.22

Special Receipts .. 6,114.69


$169,658.82


In each case, it seems that the excess occurred as a result of the revenue received being
more than had been anticipated.

5. The following table contrasts the position of General Rate Revenue and Trade
Tax Revenue for the financial year 1959-60 and 1960-61.

S General Rate Trade Tax


Amount receivable during
year
Amount received during year

Amount outstanding at end
of year ..


1959-69 1960-61 1959-60 1960-61

$ $ $ $

672,409.73 474,048.46 1,349,874.29 1,486,738.05
491,527.12 390,226.61 1,220,944.52 1,249,390.67


180,882.61 83,821.85 128,929.77 237,347.38


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


June 23, 1966


83,821.85


128,929.77


237,347.38


180,882.61








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It will be noted that while there has been some improvement in the balance of General
Rate there was a deterioration in that of Trade Tax at the end of the year under review.
6. Under Revenue Head V, Departments and Services of the Approved Estimates,
the estimated revenue in respect of Queen's Park and Playing Fields is shown separately.
The detailed statement of revenue shows that no revenue was received in respect of
Queen's Park and that $5,549.69 was received in respect of Playing Fields but it has
been verified that the amount has been received from both services. This observation
was pointed out in the report on the audit of the accounts of the Council for the year
1959-60 and it is therefore to be regretted that there should be a recurrence in the ac-
counts of the year under review. The amounts collected under Queen's Park was
$3,198.19 and under Playing Fields, $2,351.50.


EXPENDITURE
7. The authority for expenditure was the Estimates as approved by the Governor-
in-Executive Committee on the 2nd August, 1960. The actual expenditure during the
year was $1,858,958.19 and accrued expenditure $32,250.95 making a total of$1,891,209.14.
The estimated expenditure shown in the Approved Estimates is $2,055,477.00 but this
amount contained an error of $300.00 owing to the over-addition of Head IV Public
Health (1) Sanitation General by $200.00 and Head VIII Pensions by $100.00. The correct
estimated expenditure is therefore $2,055,177.00 which was $163,967.86 in excess of the
actual and accrued expenditure.

8. Net savings totalling $163,967.86 were effected under eleven Heads of Ex-
penditure as follows:-

Debt Charges .. .. .. $ 7,870.19
Administration .. .. .. 11,243.37
Public Assistance
(i) General.. .. $ 32,142.55
(ii) Bridgetown In-
firmary .. 7,022.36
(iii) Food Centre .. 2,859.01
(iv) Nightengale Mem-
orial Home .. 1,530.86
(v) Dispensary and Clinic 250.45 43,805.23
Public Health
(i) Sanitation General $ 13,192.64
(ii) Sanitation Scavenging 17,241.84 30,434.48

Parks, Playing Fields and Civic Centres 5,713.80
Cemeteries and Burial Grounds .. 5,713.11
Street Lighting .. .. .. 7,646.30
Pensions .. .. .. 10,580.71
Education .. .. .. 1,436.70
Miscellaneous Services .. .. 35,523.97
Working Balance Contribution .. 4,000.00

$163,967.86
9. The actual and accrued expenditure under Head XI Miscellaneous Services
is shown in the Summary and Detailed Statement of Expenditure as $33,347.60. The
correct amount however is $35,132.03, the difference of $1,784.43 being accrued expen-
diture chargeable to Item I, Remission of Taxes, which was omitted from the expenditure
accounts as pointed out in paragraph 3 above. The net savings under this Head should
therefore be $35,523.97 instead of $37,308.40 and the total actual and accrued expendi-
ture $1,891,209.14 instead of $1,889,424.71 as shown in the Statements.


r\c~r~ra~. naeer~lrE


e nuJ 23 1966








June23,196 OFFCIA GAETT


REVENUE ACCOUNT

10. As previously stated, the total income for the year was $2,002,329.42 and
total expenditure $1,891,209.14 resulting in an excess of income over expenditure of
$111,120.28. The excess is shown in the account as $112,904.71 but this is due to the
omission of expenditure of $1,784.43 mentioned at paragraph 3 above.

11. A comparison with the accounts of the previous year showed that the excess
of income over expenditure of $111,120.28 mentioned above $85,397.55 less than that of
the previous financial year. It is hoped that the rates struck in each year should be such
in amount that the receipts therefore with the other income of the Council should, as near-
ly as may be, be equal to the outgoings of the year so that the ratepayers of each year
should bear their proper burden.


VIREMENT

12. In accordance with the provisions of Rule 51 of the Local Government
Councils (Financial) Rules 1960 approval was given for the transfer of sums totalling
$18,657.80 from eleven to eleven items of expenditure in respect of the year under re-
view. One instance was observed where the application for virement was made only
after the provision under the item of expenditure in respect of which virement was
sought had been exceeded. This is contrary to law and shows laxity in the control of
expenditure.

13. Application was made and approval obtained for the transfer of $100.00
from Head 4(1) Item 38 to Item 29. Savings under this item however totalled $1,616.04.
A number of instances were also observed where the amount of virement requested was
less than the excess expenditure incurred. The total amount of virement requested was
$18,657.80.


UNAUTHORISED EXPENDITURE

14. The total expenditure in excess of the amount originally authorised was
$14,445.12 but excesses totalling $13,031.69 were covered by virement so that the net
unauthorised expenditure was $1,413.43. This presents a very unsatisfactory and un-
desirable feature in the accounts under review. A list of such expenditure is attached
as Appendix I. It should however be noted that the excess expenditure could have been
covered by virement inasmuch as there was a saving of $163,967.86 on the estimated
expenditure for the year.

15. With reference to the unauthorised amount of $1,413.43 mentioned in the
preceding paragraph, it has been observed that provision for the payment of certain out-
standing bills included therein and amounting to $451.89 has been made in the Approved
Estimates for the financial year 1964-65. According to the proviso to Section 213(1) of
the Local Government Act this amount does not therefore fall to be disallowed by the
Auditor General. The net amount for disallowances in accordance with the provisions
of the abovementioned section and reasons for this and the attendant surcharge will be
forwarded in a separate report.


LOANS
TEMPORARY
16. Under the provisions of Section 204 of the Local Government Act, 1958
temporary loans sanctioned by the Governor-in-Executive Committee during the year
amounted to $125,000.00. The position with regard to temporary loans as at 31st March,
1961 was as follows:-


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


June 23, 1966








e nuJ 23 1966


632



Balance brought forward on 1st April, 1960 $500,000.00
Loans obtained during the year .. .. 125,000.00

625,000.00
Loan repayments during the year .. 250,000.00

Loans outstanding at 31st March, 1961 .. $375,000.00
Interest paid on such loans in respect of the year under review amounted to $18,781.61.

CAPITAL
17. The position with regard to Capital loans as at 31st March, 1961 was as
follows:-
Balance brought forward on 1st April, 1960 $107,130.00
Loan repayments during the year .. 16,170.00

Balance outstanding at 31st March, 1961 $ 90,960.00

Interest paid on such loans in respect of the year under review amounted to $4,519.80;
accrued interest was $158.40.


QUERIES
18. A number of queries involving five hundred and fifty-two discrepancies,
breaches and irregularities was issued in connection with the audit of the accounts of
the year under review. This showed an increase of two hundred and eighty-three over
the number of queries in respect of the previous financial year.

19. There was inordinate delay in answering some of the queries. While none
of the queries related to irregularities of a serious nature they tend to indicate that more
care and knowledge are necessary.


BALANCE SHEET
20. As pointed out in paragraph 2 above, overpayments totalling $1,784.43 have
been erroneously credited to a Refunds Suspense Account. In the circumstances, there-
fore, the liability of $2,259.91 shown under this account in the Balance Sheet should be
reduced to $475.48. The consequential amendments to the Balance Sheet would be as
follows:- Sundry Creditors Council $34,082.67 instead of $32,298.24, Revenue Ac-
count Accumulated Surplus $370,470.92 instead of $372,255.35, and General Rate and
Trade Tax outstanding $153,703.71 and $265,256.88 instead of $155,149.99 and
$265,595.03 respectively.

21. During the year three vehicles were purchased by the Council at a capital
cost of $26,731.28. The capital asset of $93,226.28 shown in the Balance Sheet as the
cost of motor vehicles includes the insured value of vehicles belonging to the Council
as at the close of the previous financial year.

22. The cash at the Banks at 31st March, 1961 was verified to be as follows:-
Capital Account $2,877.84 and Current Account $316,487.39. The bank balance on the Cur-
rent Account as shown by the books of the Council was $284,047.54, the difference of
$32,439.85 being the total of cheques issued but not presented for payment by the end
of the accounting period.

23. In accordance with the provisions of section 213(f) of the Local Government
Act, 1958, I certify that the position in respect of the accounts of the Bridgetown City
Council for the financial year 1960-61 is as set out in this Report, subject to the dis,
allowance of items of account totalling $961.54.


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June 23, 1966 OFFICIAL GAZETTE 633



24. I direct that in accordance with the provisions of section 212 of the Local
Government Act, 1958, within one month of the receipt of this Report, the Bridgetown
City Council shall cause the statement of account together with the Report thereon to be
published in the Official Gazette.


C. D. GITTENS
Auditor General
26th May, 1966.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


June 23, 1966


APPENDIX I

STATEMENT OF EXCESS EXPENDITURE DURING THE FINANCIAL YEAR 1960-61
ABOVE THE ORIGINAL PROVISION INCLUDING ADDITIONAL

PROVISION BY WAY OF VIREMENT


General
Provision
HEAD Item Expenditure Excess
and
Virement


I. Debt Charges .




III. Public Assistance
(1) General ;.


(2) Infirmary .


(5) Dispensary and Clinic


IV. (1) Sanitation General




V. Parks, Playing Fields and
Civic Centres
(1) Queen's Park ..
(3) Indian Ground .. .


VI. Cemeteries and Burial
Grounds .. .


9. Interest St
Michael's Loan
Act 1947-2



23. Scholarship
Assistance
65. Light and
Power
67. Ordinary An-
nual Repairs
9. Skimmed Milk
11. Medicine

18. Travelling
Allowance
30 Suckwells




8. Overtime Fees
4. Light
5. Overtime Fees


12. Burial Fees
For Clergy


403.00




10,850.00


5,600.00


10,000.00
18,000.00
40,000.00


2,760.00
4,100.00




900.00
300.00
200.00




400.00


$94,013.00


403.20




10,858.06


5,702.11


10,455.88
18,515.68
40,380.27


2,779.80
4,160.49




951.80
313.64
497.50




408.00


95,426.43


.20




8.06


102.11


455.88
15.68
380.27


19.80
60.49




51.80
13.64
297.50




8.00


1,413.43


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LOCAL GOVERNMENT COUNCIL

Balance Sheet as at 31st March, 1961


CAPIT- AL


Loans Outstanding
Capital Provisions:-
Loans Redeered
Revenue Contribution for Cap. Purposes
Vested Interests (Valuation)


Capital Total ..


90,90.00

27,440.00

. 1,502,089.00


1,620,489.00


Lands and Building (at Valuation)
Motor Vehicles at Cost
Furniture, Fixtures, Fittings and Equipment
Street Lighting ..
Cash at Banks:- Canadian Bank of Commerce


Capital Total ..


. 1,416,434.00
93,226.28
82,560.00
25,390.88
S 2,877.84

1,620,489.00


REVENUE


Loans Outstanding:-
(Temporary Banks)
Sundry Creditors:-
Vestry
Council .
Revenue Account Accumulated Surplus
Suspense Account Bank Surplus
Friendship Revenue Account .
Undrawn Wages ..
Est. A Piggott account
Sarah Walters account
Suspense Account
Suspense account Refunds
Accountant General Highway Account ..





Examined see comments and observation


375,000.00


1,376.17
32,298.24
372,255.35
6.42
111.80
48.60
6.81
7.39
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2,259.91
266.40



783,637.17
s in attached Report
C. D. GITTENS
Auditor General,
26th May, 1966.


Sundry Debtors:-
Rates and Taxes Outstanding:-
Vestry
Council General
Trade


Trust Funds
Frienship Account
Southern District Council
Suspense Account (Nightengale Home)
Advance Account (Xmas Loans)
Cash at Banks:-
Barclays ..
Royal Bank of Canada I
Canadian Bank of Commerce (
Bank of Nova Scotia ..
Cash in Band


65,840.24
26,751.62
6,798.55
44,657.13 284,047.54
10,291.89


PERCY C. KNIGHT
Treasurer,
Bridgetown City Council.
9th April, 1966.


Liabilities


Assets


68,303.43
155,149.99
265,595.03
76.75
3.79
60.16
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1,979.00 4. Licences 700.00 7,631.00 6,931.00

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NOTICE NO. 488


IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BARBADOS
(Civil Jurisdiction)


No. 75 of 1966


ALICIA DOREEN GILKES:


IVA MOLLER:


Plaintiff

Defendant


The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
15th day of July 1966 at 2 p.m. and if not then
solditwill be setupfor sale on eachsucceed-
ing Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at The Garden in the
parish of St. James and Island of Barbados
containing by estimation One acre or there-
abouts be the same more or less abutting and
bounding towards the south on lands now or
late of one Mrs. Briggs towards the west on
the Sea shore towards the north on lands of
the estate of Leslie Baird deceased and to-
wards the east on the public road or however
else the same may abut and bound.


VALUE OF PROPERTY: $10,000.00

Dated this 15th day of June, 1966.


C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


NOTICE NO. 489


IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BARBADOS

Civil Jurisdiction

No. 74 of 1966.


CHARLES EDWIN EDGHILL:

HENRY CECIL JONES:


Plaintiff

Defendant


The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
15th day of July 1966 at 2 p.m. and if not then
sold itwill be setupfor sale on each succeed-
ing Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Eastbourne in the
parish of St. Philip and Island of Barbados
aforesaid containing by admeasurement One
Acre Five and one-half perches or thereabouts
Abutting and bounding on lands now or late of
Rebecca Doughty on the Public Road formerly
a road twelve feet wide on lands late of D. C.
C. DaCosta et al but now of the Estate of one
Lorde andonthe Public Road formerly a pri-
vate road twelve feet wide or however else
the same may abut and bound.


VALUE OF PROPERTY: $3,000.00

Dated this 15th day of June, 1966.


C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


June 23, 1966







OFFICIAL GAZETTE


NOTICE NO. 491

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BARBADOS

NCivil Jurisdiction)


No. 433 of 1965


ALWYN DENZIL POWER:

MABEL NELLA WILLIAMS:


Plaintiff

Defendant


The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
15th day of July 1966 at 2 p.m. and if not then
sold it will be setup for sale on each succeed-
ing Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Pipers Hill in the
parish of St. Michael in this Island containing
by admeasurement ten thousand and nineteen
square feet or thereabouts abutting and bound-
ing on lands of Alexander Williams, on lands
of Ivy Coward, on lands of one White deceased
and on the Public Road or however else the
same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $2,000.00

Dated this 15th day of June 1966.


C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


NOTICE NO. 490

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BARBADOS

Civil Jurisdiction

No. 503 of 1964


ALWYN DENZIL POWER:


Plaintiff


ELFREIDA IRENE ARMSTRONG: Defendant

The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
15th day of July 1966 at 2 p.m. and if not then
solditwill be setupfor sale on each succeed-
ing Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at St. Sylvan's Village
in the parish of St. Joseph and Island afore-
said containing by admeasurement twenty-
one thousand four hundred and six square feet
or thereabouts abutting and bounding on lands
of one Chandler on lands of one Scott on lands
of Henry Marshall and on the Public Road or
however else the same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $1,200.00

Dated this 15th day of June 1966.


C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


June 23, 1966


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE June 23, 1966


NOTICE NO. 492

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BARBADOS

Civil Jurisdiction



No. 65 of 1966


OLGA EUDENE INNISS:


Plaintiff


GEORGE ARCHIBALD INNISS: Defendant

The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
15th day of July 1966 at 2 p.m. and if not then
sold it will be set upfor sale on each succeed-
ing Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Blades Hill in the
parish of St. Philip and Island aforesaid con-
tainingby admeasurement one rood or there-
abouts Abutting and bounding on lands now or
late of C. Reid on lands now or late of one
Howard but separated therefrom by a road,
on lands now or late of S. Haynes, on lands
now or late of J. Skeete, on lands now or late
of J. E. Clarke, and on the Public Road or
however else the same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $600.00

Dated this 15th day of June 1966.


C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


NOTICE NO. 493

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BARBADOS
Civil Jurisdiction



No. 60 of 1966


ELON TURNEY:


Plaintiff


JOSEPH NATHANIEL GOODRIDGE:
Defendant

The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
15th day of July 1966 at 2 p.m. and if not then
soldit will be setupfor sale oneach succeed-
ing Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THATcertain piece or
parcel of land situate at Rock Dundo in the
parish of St. James and Island of Barbados
containing by estimation one rood or there-
abouts be the same more or less abutting and
bounding on lands now or late of Branford
Cox on lands now or late of Fitz Fenty on lands
now or late of Helena Burnham and on the
public road or however else the same may
abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $2,400.00

Dated this 15th day of June, 1966.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


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june 23, 1966 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


NOTICE NO. 494

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BARBADOS

Civil Jurisdiction


No. 62 of 1966

REUBEN ETHELBERT SKEETE: Plaintiff


OLGA AVONDALE SKEETE:


Defendant


The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
15th day of July 1966 at 2 p.m. and if not then
solditwill be setupfor sale on each succeed-
ing Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THATcertainpiece or
parcelof land situate at Jackmans in the par-
ish of St. Michael and Island of Barbados
aforesaid containing by admeasurement sev-
enteen and thirty-one hundredths perches or
thereabouts abutting and bounding towards the
South and towards the West on lands of the
Estate of S. C. Thompson deceased towards
the North on lands of Charles Dash and to-
wards the East on the Public Road or however
else the same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $1,000.00
Dated this 15th day of June 1966.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


NOTICE NO. 495

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BARBADOS
Civil Jurisdiction


No. 61 of 1966


DAISY INEZ MC. CLEAN:


Plaintiff


ERNON WILFRED MC. CLEAN: Defendant

The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
15th day of July 1966 at 2 p.m. and if not then
solditwill be setup for sale on each succeed-
ing Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.


PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Kendal Hill in the
parish of Christ Church and Island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement two thousand
one hundred and thirty square feet or there-
abouts abutting and bounding on lands of the
estate of one Ince deceased on lands ofthe
said Ernon Wilfred Mc. Clean on lands of
Clarence Eversley and on the Public Road or
however else the same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $800.00

Dated this 15th day of June, 1966.


C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


June 23, 1966


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NOTICE NO. 497


IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BARBADOS IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BARBADOS


Civil Jurisdiction


No. 64 of 1966


St. ALBAN O'BRIAN SKINNER: Plaintiff

EDWARD FOSTER TOPPIN: Defendant

The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
15th day of July 1966 at 2 p.m. and if not then
sold it will be setup for sale on each succeed-
ing Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THATcertainpiece or
parcel of land situate at Spout Farm in the
parish of St. Lucy in this Island containing by
admeasurement Two roods Nineteen Perches
be the same more or less Butting and bound-
ing on lands of one Sobers, on lands of one
Jordan, onlands of E. Cumberbatch, on lands
of Howard Skinner and on the Public Road
called River Bay Road or however else the
same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $1,900.00

Dated this 15th day of June, 1966.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


Civil Jurisdiction


No. 63 of 1966


ALLAN ST. CLAIR WATSON:


WAPLE HAYNES:


Plaintiff

Defendant


The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
15th day of July 1966 at 2 p.m. and if not then
sold it will be setup for sale on each succeed-
ing Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Shop Hill in the par-
ish of St. Thomas and Island aforesaid con-
taining by admeasurement nineteen and four-
fifths perches or thereabouts Abutting and
Bounding on lands of one Dorant, deceased,
on lands of Vernon Reeves on lands of Al-
phonso Scott and on the Public Road or how-
ever else the same may abut and bound.


VALUE OF PROPERTY: $600.00

Dated this 15th day of June 1966.


C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


NOTICE NO. 496


OFFICIAL GAiETTE


June 23, 1966













Statement of Currency Notes and Coins in Circulation in the British Caribbean
Territories (Eastern Group) on 1st March, 1966


Average circulation during January, 1966


Notes
$


Coins
$


British Caribbean Currency
Demonetised Government notes


Notes and Coins in circulation on


1st March, 1966
Trinidad (Minus)
Barbados (Minus)..
British Guiana ...
Grenada ...
St. Vincent (Minus).
St. Lucia (Minuts)
Dominica ...
Antigua
St. Kitts (Minus)...
Montserrat


23,256,431


$23,256,431
$23,256,431


... ... ... 4,511,114
... ... ... 6,892,335
... ... ... 20,994,211
... ... ... 7,174,100
... ... ... 755,900
... ... ... 1,319,247
... ... ... 723,000
... ... ... 4,130,100
... ... ... 2,865,000
... ... ... 107,900


"Proof Sets" of Coins


$16,785,715


$6,259,718


Demonetised Govt. notes outstanding
on 1st March, 1966 ...
Trinidad ...
Barbados ......
British Guiana ......


Total circulation on st March, 1966 ... $16,785,715
*Note:- "Minus" means excess of Withdrawals over Issues


$6,259,718


A. E. REECE


British Caribbean Currency Board
Treasury Chambers,

Port of Spain,
Trinidad, W.I.


Executive Commissioner
British Caribbean Currency Board


6,258,979


$6,258,979


2,959,671
915,400
1,280,102
226,100
130,225
160,850
155,925
247,100
154,925
27,550
1,870


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


June 23 1966


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Statement of Currency Notes and Coins in Circulation in the British Caribbean
Territories (Eastern Group) on 1st April, 1966


SAverage circulation during February, 1966


Notes
$


Coins
$


British Caribbean Currency

Demonetised Government notes


Notes and Coins in circulation
on 1st April, 1966

Trinidad (Minus)

Barbados (Minus.).

British Guiana ...

Grenada ...

St. Vincent (Minus).
St. Lucia (Minus)
Dominica ...

Antigua

St. Kitts (Minus) ...

Montserrat (Minus.)


18,769,340


$18,769,340


6,259,394


$6,259,394


... ... ... 4,751,714
... ... ... 7,116,335

... ... ... 19,569,211

... ... ... 7,174,100

... ... ... 899,900
... ... ... 1,319,247
... ... ... 689,000
... ... ... 3,958,100

... ... ... 3,046,500

... ... ... 73,100


"Proof Sets" of Coins


$14,183,615


2,959,671

915,400

1,280,102
226,100

130,225
160,850
155,925

249,100

154,925
27,550


1,870


$6,261,718


Demonetised Govt. notes outstanding

on IstApril, 1966 ...
Trinidad ...
Barbados ... ...

British Guiana ... ...


Total circulation on 1st April, 1966 ... $14,183,615

*Note:- "Minus" means excess of Withdrawals over Issues.


$6,261,718


British Caribbean Currency Board

Treasury Chambers,

Port of Spain,

Trinidad, W.I.


A. E. REECE
Executive Commissioner

British Caribbean Currency Board


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


June 23, 1966












Statement of Currency Notes and Coins in Circulation in the British Caribbean
Territories (Eastern Group) on 1st May, 1966


Average circulation during March, 1966

British Caribbean Currency ...
Demonetised Government notes


Notes and Coins in circulati

on 1st May, 1966

Trinidad (Minus)
Barbados (Minus)..
British Guiana ...
Grenada ...
St. Vincent (Minus).
St. Lucia (Minus)
Dominica ...
Antigua ...
St. Kitts (Minus) ...
Montserrat (Minua)


Notes
$


15,389,415


$15,389,415


... ... ... 4,964,314
... ... ... 7,334,835
... ... ... 19,028,211
... ... ... 7,174,100
... ... ... 899,900
... ... ... 1,388,247
... ... ... 649,000
... ... ... 3,931,100
... ... ... 3,077,500
... ... ... 73,100


"Proof Sets" of Coins


.13,044,515


Demonetised Govt. notes outstanding

on 1st May, 1966 ...
Trinidad ...
Barbados ......
British Guiana


Total circulation on 1st May, 1966


$13,044,515


* Note:- "Minus" means excess of Withdrawals over Issues.


British Caribbean Currency Board
Treasury Chambers,

Port of Spain,

Trinidad, W.I.


A. E. REECE
Executive Commissioner
British Caribbean Currency Board


Coins
$


6,259,960


$6,259,960


2,959,671
927,400
1,280,102

226,100
130,225
160,850
155,925
249,100
154,925
27,550
1,870


$6,273,718


$6,273,718


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


e nuJ 23 1966








OFIIL AETEJn 2,16


NOTICE NO. 498

LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICES
(Act 1957-40)


APPLICANT:
OCCUPATION:
ADDRESS:
PREMISES:


EUDINE THORNHILL
Shopkeeper
Baxters Road, St. Michael.
Board and galvanized build-
ing shop situated at Cr.
Hinkson Gap, Baxters Rd.,
St. Michael.


Dated this 17th day of June 1966.

Signed: EUDINE THORNHILL
Applicant.

This Application for a transfer of a re-
tail liquor licence to a new Licensee will be
considered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Magistrates' Courts Dist. 'A' on Friday the
1st day of July 1966 at 10 o'clock a.m.


C. A. HOLDER
Clerk to Licensing Authority.


APPLICANT:
OCCUPATION:
ADDRESS:
PREMISES:


MAC. DONALD LYNCH
Shopkeeper
Beckwith Street, St. Michael
A wall building situated at
Beckwith Street, St. Michael.


Dated this 17th day of June 1966.

Signed: Mc. DONALD LYNCH
Applicant.


This Application for a transfer of a re-
tail liquor licence to new premises will be
considered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Magistrates' Courts Dist. 'A' on Friday the
1st day of July 1966 at 10 o'clock a.m.


C. A. HOLDER
Clerk to Licensing Authority.


NOTICE NO. 462


LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE

(Act 1957 40)


APPLICANT:
OCCUPATION:


ADDRESS:
PREMISES:


MORRIS W. REDMAN
Secretary, Bristol Cricket
Club.
St. Peter
Old Coleridge Grounds,
St. Peter.


Dated this 6th day of June 1966.



Signed: MORRIS W. REDMAN
Applicant.

This Application for the grant of a Club
licence will be considered at a Licensing
Court to be held at Magistrates' Courts Dist.
'E'onMonday the27th day of June 1966 at
9 o'clock a.m.


O. HOWARD
Clerk to Licensing Authority.


Government Printing Office.


June 23, 1966


OFFICIAL GAZETTE













THE






House of Assembly Debates





(OFFICIAL REPORT)


SECOND SESSION


HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

Tuesday, 3rd August, 1965.
Pursuant to the adjournment, the House of Assembly
met at 2,4n n,m. -'clock today.

PRESENT

His Honour J. E. T. BRANCKER, Q.C., (Speaker)
Hin. W. A. CRAWFORD, (Minister of Development, Trade,
Labour and Social Security); Mr. L. E. Smith, j.p.; Mr.
F. E. MILLER; Hon. C. E. TALMA, (Minister of Comr
munications and Works); Hon. J. C. TUDOR, M.A., (Minis-
ter of Education); Mr. J. W. CORBIN; Mr. S. E. SEALEY;
Hon. G. G. FERGUSSON, (Minister of Agriculture and
Fisheries); Mr. W. R. COWARD; Mr. St.C. WEEKES, J.P.;
Mr. W. R. LOWE; and Mr. J. B. YEARWOOD.

Prayers were read.




MINUTES

Mr. SPEAKER: The Minutes of the meetings of the 1st,
6th, 13th and 20th July, 1965, have been duly circulated and
unless there is any objection, these Minutes will be con-
firmed. There being no objection, I declare these Minutes
duly to be confirmed.

LETTER

Mr. SPEAKER: I have the honour to inform the House
that I have received a letter from the Senior Official Re-
porter, Mr. Eldred Callender, thanking hon. members for
our expressions of sympathy on the occasion of the bereave-
ment sustained by the death of his father.

Messrs. Lynch, Goddard, Mottley and Husbands entered
the House and took their seats.

PAPERS LAID

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, on behalf of the
Hon. Premier, I am commanded to lay the following:-

Report on the Training Scheme Fund 1964-65.

The Public Officers Loan and Travelling Allowances
(Amendment) Regulations, 1965.

The Qvil Establishment (Teachers) (Amendment)
Order, 1965.


OF 1961-66


The Civil Establishment (General) (Amendment) (No.5)
Order, 1965.

Also on my own behalf, I am commanded to lay:-

The Petroleum Drilling and Production (Amendment)
Regulations, 1965.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, onbehalfof the
Hon. Premier, I beg to give notice of a Resolution to ap-
prove the Regulations entitled "The Pensions (Amend-
ment) Regulations, 1965."

REPLIES TO QUESTIONS

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, on behalf of the
Hon. Premier, I shall like to say that the Oral Reply to
Parliamentary Question No. 49/1964 asked by the hon.
Junior member for St. Joseph is now ready.

Hon. C. E. TALMA: Mr. Speaker, I beg to give notice
that the Oral Reply to Parliamentary Question, No. 21/1964,
asked by the hon. Junior member for St. Joseph is now
ready.

Also, the Oral Reply to Parliamentary Question, No.
53/1964, asked by the same hon. member is now ready.

Hon. A. DaC. EDWARDS: Mr. Speaker, I beg to give
notice that the Oral Reply to Parliamentary Question No,
28/1964, asked by the hon. senior member for St. Thomas
is now ready.

Also, Oral Reply to Parliamentary Question, No.
50/1964, asked by the hon. junior member for St. Joseph
is now ready.

PRIVATE MEMBERS" NOTICE

Mr. MOTTLEY: Mr. Speaker, I beg to give notice of a
Resolution to discuss the Customs (Amendment) Regula-
tions, 1965, which were laid on the 8th July, 1965.

SUSPENSION OF STANDING ORDERS

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, in order to fa-
cilitate the progress of Government Business today I
do not know if hon. members doing Private Members'
Business would take up the entire time allocated to
Private Members' Notice but, be that as it may, I now
move the suspension of Standing Orders, Nos. 5, 14, 16,
18, 40 and 45 with the understanding that hon. members
will have the time allocated to them under Standing Orders,
but merely to ensure if at any time the proceedings of the
House make the action warranted, that we can as we like,
proceed from Private Members Business to Government
Business or vice versa as the case may be.













Hon. C. E. TALMA: I beg to second that.

The question was put and resolved in the affirmative
without division.

Mr. LOWE APPOINTED TO ACT AS CHAIRMAN

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, as the House is
aware, the Chairman of Committee is absent from the Island
in the furtherance of his intentions to engage in the literacy
activity of writing a book.

Mr. MILLER: Mr. Speaker, I rise on a point of order.
Will you tell me what is the position as regards Private
Members' Business?

Mr. SPEAKER: As I understand the Hon. Leader of
the House just now, Private Members' Business will con-
tinue as usual, but only if it so happens that it is concluded
before the time, the Hon. Leader of the House will move
that the House revert to Government Business.

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Your Honour could not be
more correct.
2.55 p.m.

ACTING CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, I beg to move
that the hon. senior member for St. George be appointed to
act as Chairman of Committees during the absence of the
Chairman of Committees.

Mr. SPEAKER: That motion, if seconded, applies only
for today. A similar motion will have to be made on a sub-
sequent occasion.

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: The motion was that the hon.
senior member for St. George be appointed to act as Chair-
man of Committees during the absence of the Chairman of
Committees.

Hon. C. E. TALMA: I beg to second that.

The question was put and resolved in the affirmative
without division.

RESOLUTION OF SYMPATHY re DEATH OF
Mr. E. A. TALMA

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, beforewepro-
ceed with the normal matters, it is my very sad duty to
draw to the attention of hon. members the passing last week
in British Guiana of the brother of the Hon. Minister of
Communications and Works, the hon. senior member for
Christ Church. His brother, Mr. Eugene Albert Talma,
familiarly known as "Bertie", was a very well known
personality in this Island. He did scienceinthe Sixth Form
at Harrison College and studied industrial Chemistry under
two very famous Specialists in the Agriculturalprofession
in this Island, namely professor D'Alberquerque and.Pro-
fessor Harley. On attaining his Degree, he spent some time
at Edgecumbe Factory and afterwards went to Martinque
and Guadeloupe where, for a long time, he was very highly
regarded by his employers, and contributed immeasurably
to the growth of the sugar industry in those two colonies.
With the outbreak of World War II and the fall of France
and the subsequent association of the French Government
with the Hitler Regime, conditions in Martinque became
intolerant for him and he left that colony and went to
British Guiana where he became factory manager and
Chemist of one of the largest sugar factories owned by the
late Monsieur Aubrey, a factory called La bonne Intention.

For the ten years during which he served in British
Guiana he was very highly respected there, and he won not
only the loyalty and the respect of his colleagues but also
the affection of his employers who always thought very
highly of him. I remember meeting him in 1946, five


years after he was there, and there was not a single per-
son concerned or connected with the sugar industry in
British Guiana who did not speak of him in the highest
possible terms. Outside the sugar industry he was uni-
versally respected in British Guiana and his general
camaraderie enabled him to enjoy a wide circle of friends.
He returned to this colony very frequently and we were all
sad and shocked to hear that in 1951 he had become the
victim of a rather sudden illness. From 1951 until last
week, although in impaired health, he was still a very popu-
lar figure in the Magnificent Colony. I would say that just
as many Guianese as Barbadians deeply deplore his pass-
ing.

I would say, Sir, that the late Mr. "Bertie" Talma
was a man who was endowed by nature with a number of
rare talents. Above his profession he was a linguist; he
was exceedingly courteous, a very lovable personality and
it was difficult to find someone who made friends as easily
as he did. His illness in 1951 which took him away from his
familiar haunts was a matter of deep sadness, and we join
with his family here in extending our deepest sympathy to
them, to his widow in British Guiana and to his children
most of whom, I think, are in Trinidad. As Your Honour
and other hon. membe s are aware, although he and his
family made outstanding contributions to the West Indies
and even further afield, his contributions in the field of
sugar technology had been widely appreciated inside and
outside the Caribbean.
3.05 p.m.
We know the contributions made by his other brothers,
the late Mr. Magistrate Talma and the late Louis Talma
In other important fields of public life in this country and
I am sure that the House would like to place on record
its profound regret over his passing.

I therefore beg to move, Sir, the passing of the follow-
ing Resolution:

"BE IT RESOLVED that this House place on record
its profound sympathy to the relatives of the late Eugene
Albert Talma on the occasion of his death;

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this
Resolution be forwarded to his relatives".

I would like on behalf of the members of this Assembly
to move the passing of this Resolution, and to assure both
the hon. senior member for Christ Church and his relatives
that in our opinion it is not often that any community has
the fortune to number among its inhabitants so many
people in one family whose contribution to the public wel-
fare is so significant; and while we are fully aware that
pur expressions of condolence cannot effectively assuage
the grief which they must feel at this time, we would still
like to think that the expressed appreciation of the com-
munity, the encomiums of those who knew him and who
were fortunate enough to have shared his acquaintance
during his life time, must in some measure mitigate the
sorrow which they feel on an occasion like this.

In my own personal capacity, Sir, as one who has
known the deceased for probably forty years and know the
place he enjoyed In the hearts of his family and friends, I
am personally deeply sad over his passing, and would like
in moving the passing of this Resolution to assure the hon.
member that we appreciate the blow which hand his fam-
ily have suffered.

Mr. MOTTLEY: Mr. Speaker, there is very little I
can add to what the Hon. Mover of this Resolution has said,
more than the fact that I may add that several years ago
I shared offices in the same building with the late Mr.
Albert Talma where I first met the deceased, and I can
testify to his manner, his dignity and the way he went about
things, and the fact that he had been one of a distinguished
family, not only in Barbados, butinthe West Indies. I
agree with the hon. member thatvery seldom you find fam-
ilies in these parts making contributions such as the Talmas
have made to the West Indies.


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I feel, Sir, that in offering our condolence and sympa-
thy to the family not only those who are here in Barbados,
but those in Trinidad, the least we can do is to offer our
sympathy to this great blow to which none of us will never
get accustomed, which is death.
Mr. Speaker, it is with profound regret that I have to
second the motion that this Resolution do now pass and be
sent to the relatives of the deceased.

The late Mr. Talma was one of the older brothers of
the family, and one of those gentlemen who, as the hon. mem-
ber said, was educated at the time in Barbados and distin-
guished himself in the sciences, and had gone out not only
in other British West Indies colonies but in the French Col-
onies, and there distinguished himself in making the name
of Barbados and Barbadians great. As I said, I do regret
that it falls upon me to second such a great motion and I
do it with deep sympathy towards the family, especially the
Hon. Minister of Communications and Works, whom I have
known for so many years, and the relatives in general of
the deceased.

I have much pleasure in seconding the Resolution with
deep sympathy and regret.

Mr. MILLER: Mr. Speaker, on behalf of our Party and
Organization I want to share the sentiments expressed by
the Leader of the Hous- over the passing of the late Mr.
Talma. Mr. Talma's name *vill continue to be revered in
our country, and his contribution in the field of agriculture
will leave so much for this country's benefit. It is with heart-
felt sympathy that I beg on behalf of my Party to share with
the last two members who spoke the expressions of sym-
pathy to the family and relatives and even friends over the
passing of one who has been a great person in our society.


Mr. SPEAKER: I desire to associate myself with the
tributes which have been paid by all Parties in this Chamber
to the memory of the late Albert Talma and to associate
myself with the expressions of sympathy which have been
tenered to the relatives of the deceased. As in the case of
hon. members of this Chamber had the advantage and ben-
efit of being personally acquainted with the late Mr. Talma,
an' I have had ample opportunity of assessing his great
work to this community and the Caribbean.

In associating myself fully with the sentiments expressed
by all the hon. members who have spoken, I will invite the
House to Join with me in passing this Resolution by stand-
ing in silence for two minutes to indicate the assent ofthis
House.

(Ilon. members stood in their places for two minutes.)

In respect of this Resolution which has been unanimous-
ly passed, I now request the Deputy Clerk to see to it that
its terms are fully implemented.

Hon. C. E. TALMA: Mr. Speaker, on behalf of all the
members of my family both in this Island and overseas, I
should like to express our profound gratitude and apprecia-
tion for the kind words of sympathy and the encomiums
which have been expressed here this afternoon in respect
of the passing of my brother, the late Eugene Talma. I may
say that I listened very in:e-ily to the s.~eiments expressed
by the Hon. Leader of the House in particular, with whom
he was on very intimate terms during his life time, and who,
I believe, is very well qualified to speak on his behalf and
as to his work. I also listenedwithintent interest to the Hon.
Leader of the Opposition whowas also verywell acquainted
with him.
3.15 p.m.


I must say, Sir, that it has givenmyfamily and I some
measure of relief, satisfaction and comfort by the senti-
ments expressed in this Resolution. However, I hope that
my family will not give this House any further need to have
messages of sympathy extended to them,


QUESTION TIME

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, I beg to move
that Question Time be now taken.

Hon. C. E. TALMA: I beg to second that.

The question was put and resolved in the affirmative
without division.


LOANS FROM DEVELOPMENT BOARD


Mr. SPEAKER: The answer to Question No. 49 which
stands in the name of the hon. Junior member for St. Joseph
is now ready.

Mr. SMITH: To enquire of the Appropriate Minister:

Will the Minister state:

(a) if there are any contractors or suppliers of
building material who are granted loans from
the Development Board?

(b) if any of the said contractors or suppliers are
selling materials to the Government?

2. If the answer is in the affirmative will the Minister
state how many they are?

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, the reply is as
follows:-

Yes, Sir.

2. There are 5 contractors or suppliers of building ma-
terials who have been granted loans from the Development
Board. Four of these:-

Building Suppliers Ltd..,
Moffett Industries,
C. Watson and
F. G. E. Gibson

are currently selling materials to Government.


Mr. SMITH: Mr. Speaker, as a supplementary;Iwould
like to ask the Hon. Minister: Is it the policy of the Govern-
ment to carry on with the practice of lending these same
contractors money and at the same time doing business with
them?

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, as regards the
granting of loans by the Development Board, if they are
qualified for a loan, they will get a loan. That has nothing
to do with their trading with the Government. In other
words, if they offer the best conditions to the Government
for the product or materials for the Job required, well then,
they will get the tender.

MrFSMITH: Mr. Speaker, thlkis another supplemen-
tary. At what rate of interest is the Government lending
them money?

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Sir, when I entered the Min-
istry, I found the Development Board set up by the last
Government was lending money at a very low interest. My
recollection is that it was at the rate of 37. I immediately
gave instructions that it should be increased to the current
bank rate. In other words, the Development Board was
loaning out money at a rate lower than what they were bor-
rowing at and I stopped it and increased it to the current
bank rate.

Mr. SMITH: Mr. Speaker, I would also like to find out
from the Hon. Minister if small contractors would qualify
for loans of this sort, and if they would be given the same
facilities to supply the Government with materials.













Hor:., ,. A. CRAWFORD: Sir, the basis of the granting
of loans is not according to the size of the person. He can
get a loan whether he is big or small. The conditions are
laid down, and so long as those conditions are satisfied,
you will get a loan. In other words, as long as the security
is there, you will get it. I am sure that if we start lending
out money without security, the hon. member will be the
first to come in here and criticize the Government about it.

Mr. SMITH: This is another supplementary question.
Mr. Speaker, I want to know the present rate of interest.
The Hon. Minister mentioned the rate at which the last
Government was lending.

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Sir, I do not know what is the
rate. At any rate, as I have said, it is tied to the bank rate.
If the bank rate is 5% or 6%, it is that.

VANS USED BY HOSPITAL

Mr. SPEAKER: I am indicating that the next question
No. 50/1964, be now taken.

Mr. SMITH: To enquire of the Appropriate Minister:

How many vans are being used by the Hospital for the
transporting of patients to and from the Hospital?

2. Will the Minister state how many of the said vans
operate

(a) between the hours of 6.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m.,
and

(b) between the hours of 4.00 p.m. and 6.00 a.m.?

Hon. A. DaC. EDWARDS: The reply is as follows:-

Normally, two ambulances and one station wagon, al-
located to the Hospital, are used for transporting patients
to and from the Hospital.

Two of these vehicles are on duty for use from 9.30
a.m. to 4.00 p.m. on Mondays to Fridays and from 9.30 a.m.
to 2.00 p.m. on Saturdays. One vehicle is on duty for use
at all other times.

In an emergency, if the Hospital vehicles on duty are
not available, transportation assistance is sought by way
of the use of suitable vehicles of the Police Department
and/or the St. Michael's Infirmary.

Mr. SMITH: Mr. Speaker, as a supplementary, will the
Hon. Minister tell us if these services are still free or if
the patients have to pay for them?

. : Hon. A. DaC. EDWARDS: Mr. Speaker, Just as the for-
mer Government had a fee for services in the Casualty at
24 cents and did not charge it, so too this Government has
not collected anything for this.

Mr. SPEAKER: The next reply is to question No.
21/1964, but I am asking that it be held over owing to the
fact that the hon. Junior member for St. Thomas is not
now in his place.
3.25 p.m.

Mr. SPEAKER: There is the Reply to Question No.
28/1964 which also stands in the name of the hon. Junior
member for St. Thomas. Likewise the Reply to Question
No. 53/1964. That stands in the name of the hon. member
who is not now in his place.I will allow those Questions to
remain on the Order Paper for a short while until the
hon. Junior member for St. Thomas resumes his seat.

ACTING APPOINTMENT OF CHAPLAIN

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, I should like to
inform the House that the term of the acting appointment
of the Chaplain has expired and Iwouldlike to apologise to
hon. members for the fact that the appointment of the


Chaplain has not been finalised before. It is not that we do
not appreciate the manner in which the Acting Chaplain has
been performing his duties. I should like to move that the
acting appointment of Chaplain be extended for another
month. I can assure the House that the failure to resolve
this matter finally is not due in any way to any dissatis-
faction with the performance of the duties of the acting
incumbent, but it is merely due to an oversight on our
part.

Mr. SPEAKER: In the possible event of a recess......

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: In the event of a recess we
will not need any Chaplain. However, Sir, we can extend
the time of the acting appointment for two months in order
to cover the possibility of a recess.

Mr. MOTTLEY: Mr. Speaker, I am quite sure that the
Government will make up its mind as to what it will do,
whether it will advertise for a Chaplain or what. The Acting
Incubent was appointed to act until the end of last month
and today we are saying that we will appoint him to act for
another month, and that there willbe a recess and so on. In
the event of a recess the hon. member said something about
our doing without a Chaplain. I am sure that we would not
want to do without our Chaplain. I know that a lot of sport
has been made before in relation to our not having a Chap-
lain, but I think that something shouldbe done as quickly as
possible. It is not necessary for us to appoint somebody
to act all along. The question is this: Are we going to have
a. Chaplain or not? I am sure that it is not the Government's
policy that we should not have a Chaplain. I think that the
Hon. Leader of the House should have this matter resolved
once and for all and let us have a Chaplain, whatever the
qualifications may be.

Mr. MILLER: Mr. Speaker, last Tuesday Ithoughtthat
there would have been some discussion on this matter. We
were sure that the Government would, in some way, spare
the humiliation which would result from a debate of this
kind. What are we waiting for? The last Chaplain died some
four or five months ago and what is more embarrassing at
the moment is that the Acting Chaplain should be present at
this time. We want to spare any embarrassment by making
an appointment of the Chaplain. What is wrong with making
that appointment? The Acting Chaplain has been performing
his duties during the illness of the last Chaplain who, as
I say, died some four or five months ago. I hate to say
anything which would cause any embarrassment to the
present acting holder of the office. We want to have a Chap-
lain, we have to pay the salary and I think the proper thing
to do is to appoint a Chaplain. It is unfortunate, I repeat,
that the acting Chaplain should be present at the moment
when we are making these remarks. However, Sir, I am
suggesting that this matter should be dealt with immediately
and I say that it is a pity that we cannot force the hands of
the Government into making this appointment today. The
delay in making this appointment is certainly frightening
and it looks ugly. You are exposing yourself to all sorts of
criticism.
3.35 p.m.

Hon. J. C. TUDOR: Mr. Speaker, when the Leader of
the House spoke a few moments ago on this matter, he
said it was an oversight, and that isthe fact of the matter.
I do not know why the hon. junior member for St. George
should pretend that it is some other reason on the part of
the Government why this matter has not been attended to
and I notice that both he and the Leader of the Opposition
have spoken on this matter as if it rests with Govern-
ment entirely. The appointment of the Chaplain of this House
is the appointment of one of the servants of the House, and
in a matter like this which Mr. MacMillan used to call the
customary processes of consultation, it is as well that the
Government did not proceed to think of appointment over
the heads of the Opposition, because we want the Chaplain,
when he is appointed, to be Chaplain of the whole House
and not Chaplain of the majority; and so I imagine now that
the matter has been drawn to our attention, and I say this
with apologies to the Rev. Cayless who has been acting for
us, that certainly the Leader of the House and the Leader













of the Opposition and one or two members of the House with
Your Honour presiding will possibly get together and con-
sult on this matter and come up with a solution which will
satisfy the whole House.
The question that the Rev. F. A. Cayless be re'
appointed to act as Chaplain until 30th September, was
put and resolved in the affirmative without division.

PRIVATE MEMBERS' BUSINESS

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, I beg to move
that Private Members' Business be now taken.
Hon. C. E. TALMA: I beg to second that.
The question ras put and resolved in the affirmative
without division.


HOUSE RESUMES DEBATE ON FINANCIAL
STATEMENT AND BUDGETARY PROPOSALS
Mr. SPEAKER: The first Order of the Day under Pri-
vate Members' Business stands in the name of the hon.
junior member for Christ Church: to resume debate on the
passing of a Resolution relating to the Financial Statement
and Budgetary Proposals made by the Hon. Premier or, the
1st July, 1965.
When the debate on this measure was adjourned, it was
so done by motion of the hon. senior member for St. Andrew
which was seconded by the Hon. junior member for St.
George. Now, the hon. senior member for St. Andrew may,
if he is so disposed, continue his comments and his address.

Mr. CORBIN: Mr. Speaker, at the last meeting of the
House 1 did not have the full opportunity to speak on the
Budgetary Proposals of the Premier, and I am thankful to
have this opportunity to voice my opinion with respect to
these proposals. The first thing I should like to speak on is
agriculture and the drop in the price of sugar. I realize,
Sir, that the chief source of revenue here is sugar, and
I was shocked when I heard that the price of sugar had
fallen so low. I had to sit down and study what steps the
Government would take or what advice I could offer to
Government concerning these proposals.
Mr. Speaker, for the longest time we have depended
on sugar in this Island, and today the price has fallen to
$98.40 per ton, and our difficulty now is that the wages are
too high. The countries to which we shipped our sugar are
now making their own sugar, which leaves us in a very dif-
ficult position. The countries to which we sold our sugar
are now telling us what price we must pay for their commo-
dities. If they tell us that we have to buy flour at 20 cents
per pound, we would have to purchase it because we do not
manufacture that here. There are other commodities we
will have to continue to buy because we do not manufacture
them here either. It is now high time for this Government
to refrain from planting all sugar and to plant other crops
which will enable us to consume some of our own produce.
We have to import corned beef and other kinds of beef, and
I am calling on Government to bring in some cattle so that
we can make our own milk and save some of the money
from going out of the country.
The only possible way for us to stabilise our economy
is to try and manufacture some of the things we are import-
ing, and allow the people to consume the commodities we
are making here. If we do not do that, wewill find ourselves
in a very bad state. Our future is looking very gloomy be-
cause our main source of revenue has been weakened. If
we keep cows here, we can eat our own beef and drink our
own milk. We can raise pigs and rear our sheep and goats
and eat some of what we raised, If we do not do that, we
will have to depend always on countries outside, and will
find ourselves in a very backward position.
3.45 p.m.
I remember the old people used to say in their own
language: "Father has and mother has: blessed is the child
who has his own." If this land of ours can grow some of
these things, it will be a great consolation to the country and
the people.
Mention has been made about milk and we have the milk
Pasteurization Plant. There are millions of dollars spent


in milk which we have to import. What we should do now
is to start and raise as many cattle as we can, so that we
would not have to purchase milk from abroad. We have our
own land and that can produce many things which we get now
from abroad. We have a factory at Lancaster, St. James,
which has been closed for the longest time.Ihope that this
Government would put It into operation as soon as possible
so as to manufacture foodstuff for both man and beast.

Sir, we have to import chickens from abroad. Just
fancy that in the United States, in France, and in Canada,
chicken Is sold at 19 cents and 20 cents per pound ready
picked In this country, we are importing that same com-
modity and we have to pay $1.20 per pound and $1.32 when
we can raise the same sort of chickens here and can manu-
facture the food to feed the same chickens We have no right
to buy that commodity at $1.20 per pound from abroad.

What the Government has to do Is to give back th. sub-
sidy which it was giving in respect of pigs until the people
catch their hands again and raise as many pigs as we can
so that we would not have to import pork from abroad.

We spend thousands of dollars importing peanuts from
South Africa when we have our own land. How can we ever
strengthen and stabilise our economy when we have to im-
port all these things from abroad?

Sir, it is high time that I call on the Government to
take up a portion of the landinthis country and to see to it
that it be planted in various provisions of food for both
man and beast. The time is coming when this is going to
be a very serious matter. Even if a war broke out tomor-
row, you cannot raise the price of sugar, and the reason
why is because all of the other countries are planting beet
to manufacture into sugar. If we do not look out and do
something, we will find ourselves in a sorry state.

I remember reading history of old in the Old Testa-
ment when God issued a warning before He sentdestruction
on the people for their wickedness. He told Joseph to get the
entire nation together and put up for five years of famine;
so therefore, you have it that Joseph took one-fifth of the
land and cultivated it during the seven years of plenty and
stored up for both man and beast during the seven years of
famine. After they had stored up during those seven years
of plenty, there were seven years of famine. When the
Labour Party took up this Government from the hands of
the Conservatives, this island was prospering from then
until now. The land has yielded more from that time than It
had ever yielded before. Every country Is seeing for itself
and trying to be independent; therefore, we have to plant
as much as we can and cultivate the land so as to provide
food for both man and beast before destruction comes. I am
sure that if this Government would give heed to what I tell
them, the time will come when they would be able to pro-
vide for both man and beast.

Hon. G. G. FERGUSSON: Mr. Speaker, I rise on a poini
of order. If the hon. senior member for St. Andrew would
look at the policy of the Government, he would see that we
have a policy for the entire diversification of the land and
that the Government has been carrying out experiments on
the soil itself and various other scientific experiments. We
have a plant being constructed for the pasteurization of
milk. Only a few days ago, cattle came from Canada to
replenish our stock. The hon. senior member for St. An-
drew would agree that all that is going on in this Govern-
ment.

Mr. CORBIN: Mr. Speaker, you know that there are
certain things that happen in the very Cabinet which mem-
bers of the Government do not even know about. I know
that there is a scheme which is being implemented as re-
gards milk, but I am asking the Government to speed up
and bring down the animals so that when the time comes
to put this milk plant into operation we will have the
necessary cattle to provide us with milk and beef.

The Hon. Minister said that there are plenty of things
being raised. Some I know about and some I do not know
about; but I am here to voice my opinion.













When it comes to assisting the people n 'he ge:.:Ing
.ut of he.:r canes from the various districts in St. Andrew,
I have :o compliment the Government because in hh ve.y
difficult and hilly districts, the Government is cutting
roads, thus relieving the burden o' the p)o.r ,)'.. Tia
Is o-la o. the b>, :hiioi .v'.'ch Government has ever done.
Government is making headway in this direction and it is
doing many other things: but I am asking them to speed up;
I am not criticising them in the least.

Mr. Speaker, concerning local industries we need to
encourage as many local industries as we can. I passed
through Roebuck Street a few days ago and I saw that
they have two local vulcanising plants. That is one of the
best jobs which they are doing in this Island; but what Iwas
made to understand was that only one of the proprietors of
this industry was prospering now and that was Mr.
Springer's. He was getting all the work from the Trans-
port Board while the other proprietor, Mr. Joseph, was
not getting any.

Mr. SPEAKER: I do not think the hon. member should
go into such details in dealing with the financial proposals.
3.55 p.m.

I am dealing with the financial proposals. I know that
you, Mr. Speaker, realise that one will go away from the
matter at some time but I hope that I will not stray too
far from my latitude.

We come to the industries. We do need to encourage
these industries because the development of such is the
only possible means of our salvation. We have heard that
this Government will be joining with British Guiana. They
could not do a better job than to join with that country so
that we can get political stability in British Guiana. If we
can do that, I am sure that we will find ourselves all right.
Our little island is very thickly populated, and a country
like British Guiana which has its riches, I hope the British
Government will develop. We could get all the materials
which we need from British Guiana. If that country is de-
veloped it will relieve the West Indies.

I understand that there will be a milk plant and that
would be a great asset to Barbados. I am asking the people
of Barbados to try and consume commodities which are
produced locally; I am asking them to wear the clothes
which are manufactured here and to eat the food which is
provided here. That will encourage industry. We should eat
and drink what we produce here; we must not try to criticise
what we manufacture here.



I would also like to see a brick factory in operation
here. The one situated at Apes Hill has been closed down
-and I would be glad to see that factory returned to opera-
tion. If we can build brick houses, that will strengthen our
economy all the time. Instead of having one brick factory,
we need another one. I would also be glad to see a cement
factory set up here so as to relieve the entire situation. We
must do what we can do ourselves. If we do not help our-
selves, who is going to help us? America is making her
own sugar, England is making her own sugar and what will
we do if we do not help ourselves? I hope that the Govern-
ment will speed up and do what they can in order to sta-
bilise our economy. By so doing wewillbe able to do more
expansion work. The position today is that you cannot get
any work in certain parts of the world unless you are
educated. England says that you must be a skilled person
and you must be educated before you can go there. If we
cannot get our people educated, what are we going to do?
I think we should devote ourselves to the land. The
man who tilleth the land shall have bread enough, but the
man who followeth after vain pursuits shall have poverty
enough. All the things which we can produce here we
should produce so as to stabilise our economy for the help
of the people of this island. We should not be importing the
things which we can produce here.


Mr. Speaker, I trust that these feeble remarks may
have their effect upon the appropriate Ministers; I hope
that the Ministers will add to their machinery and so help
it to go ahead.I am making a speech here, and all the help
I can give I am willing to give. The Government has a great
work in their hands to carry out; they are carrying a
greater burden than any other Government previously has
carried. If they do not get going, then what is going to hap-
pen? I am sorry to know that the price of sugar has fallen,
but we must try and do the best we can about tourism. We
have to stabilise our economy; I repeat that. I am calling
on every man and woman in Barbados to give an honest
day's work for an honest day's pay. That is the only possi-
ble means of our existence;,it is the only way in which we
can stabilise our economy. Let every working man and
woman give an honest day's work.for an honest day's pay.
I thank you, Mr. Speaker.

Mr. MILLER: Mr. Speaker, lfas fallen my turn to ad-
dress this Chamber on the Premier's Budget Speech and
Financial Proposals, but before I say anything on this
question, I want to say something on a matter of dis-
crimination which should be brought to Your Honour's at-
tention immediately in view of the composition of this
Parliament. There has been some agreement that the
Budget Speech made in this Parliament should be broad-
cast, but only the Hon. Premier and the hon. senior mem-
ber for Christ Church have been granted this courtesy. I
want to say, Sir, that we, on this side, are not any second-
class members of Parliament. By the Constitutionwe know
how members are elected to this Chamber. I think that
you would like to add your share in this matter because
this is something to do with democracy, and this question
of democracy is something which has been fought for by
all thinking persons in this world.
4.05 p.m.

That 1 -ir. so, all members elected to this Parliament
have exactly the same right. You may come together in a
group and use your voting strength or be Just a group of
nom-de-plumes or just act as you like; but Mr. Speaker,
I think that you are just as grieved as I am, and my atti-
tude at the moment is white hot with indignation at what
could be regarded and treated as a mean, selfish and dis-
criminatory act. I remember three years ago when the first
Budget Speech was made by the Premier In this Parliament.
He came to the House with the idea that his speech alone
would be broadcast through the Island. That would not be
done in any Parliament anywhere in the world, and, to say
the least, in a Parliament that savours of democracy and
its many glorious Christian tenets. Mr. Speaker, I am mad
and angry to think that it would come to pass in a period
not of living memory, but actually while we are sitting as
members of this Parliament,and I hate the thought that is
expressed in the attitude of the Government that we can be
regarded as second class members. To discriminate against
members of the Opposition, you can probably come to
several conclusions, and as I said my indignation tells
me it would have to be in the first place a mean act to
instruct the Information Department to broadcast the reply
to the Premier's speech of one member of the Official
Opposition and no other.

We have a group in Parliament known as the group of
the Barbados Labour Party. Reasons easily obvious tell
you why we are denied an opportunity to address this coun-
Stry on the Budget speech like other members. This Is known
by every breathing soul in the Island. But because you are
in trouble with your own condemnation, you still want to
have things appear as though democracy still prevails, and
you have elected to use it as the name of your own organi-
zation. Mr. Speaker, this is a form of indignation every
member of Parliament should be unhappy about, and should
be willing to go to any extent to see that their rights are
preserved In this Assembly. I am worried and angry about
It because it is a mean thing to think and to put into action
by giving instructions to one of the Government Departments
which is paid out of the taxpayers of this Island that it should
ban speeches made by certain members. Why are you afraid


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of the Labour Party's voice? A week ago my colleague made
a speech in here, and it was recorded as was done in the
case of the Hon. Premier and the hon. Junior member for
Christ Church in this Chamber. The speech of the hon.
Junior member for St. Jospeh was recorded and instructions
were given to the Department that his speech should not
be released for Broadcast. Today a member of his own
Party spoke and the debate on the Budget continues. The
Leader of the House knows that we are continuing the
Budget Speech because the senior member for St. Andrew, a
member of his party, started his speech last Tuesday, and
today, look and see what is taking place No provision is
made for recording his speech because it is not going to be
broadcast.
Now, Mr. Speaker, it is wise and intelligent in the
attitude of the several Leaders of the West Indies that
they do not address their communications to Barbados any
longer, as, no man who is interested in democratic free-
dom would want to welcome the attitude of the present
Government. We know that you are afraid of the voice of
the Labour Party; we know that you have given instructions
to Highways and Transport that the Barber Green machine
should be used in every lane, alley and back street in St.
Michael; but when you reduce it to the sort of indignities
andl the rights of this Parliament, that is going to far.

Mr. Speaker, you are responsible for the conduct and
the general behaviour of this House, and for that reason I
respect you not only as a person but in your office: but
you cannot ask me to examine the Standing Orders and
to obey the Chair when you see the simple attitude of dis-
crimination displayed in this Parliament. How could you
observe the member for St. Andrew speaking today without
the recording equipment? There was an instruction to the
Information Department that the speeches of the member
for St. Joseph and the members of the Labour Party be not
released for broadcast. Is there anything that the Premier
could be afraid of? For this reason you have to face it and
accept it. We realise that you have spend $1/4 million
setting off the election date and you are bringing a group of
people here from the United States who will idle and get the
money, but the whole idea is to push it off; and now because
you are so afraid and trembling at the very thought of what
the Barbados Labour Party would have to say, you have
banned the speeches from this Parliament. If you are un-
happy about some of the speeches made by the Backbenchers
of your organisation, and no doubt that was the case on the
last occasion, keep them from speaking, but that must not
be applied to the Labour Party members in Parliament. Mr.
Speaker, I take great exception to this form of behaviour.
If you are going to permit broadcast and let the Premier
do it, then every member of the House should be entitled
to do this. If the Premier is satisfied that he does not want
the Labour Party to share in this hopeless Budget Speech,
we would sit down in peace; but do not tell me that these
dingy and dirty things can take place in the name and guise
of Government. The Chair has some responsibility in this
matter.

Mr. SPEAKER: The hon. Junior member for St. George
has said that the Chiar has some responsibility in this mat-
ter. Let me remind the hon. member and all hon. members
that the permission to bring and use the apparatus of the
Broadcasting Company or Companies in this Chamber was
given by my colleague, the Hon. and Learned Deputy Speaker
before commencement of this year's Budget Speech. The
Chair merely gives permission; the Chair has no respon-
sibility whether for what may or may not happen after
the speeches are recorded or whether they are or are not
reproduced or broadcast. Whether the permission thus
granted is not fully taken advantage of is nothing at all to
do with the Chair. The Chair has no responsibility at all in
respect of what transpires after it has given permission,
and in giving permission, the Chair was acting in accor-
dance with precedent.

Mr. MILLER: Mr. Speaker, precedents are always
preserved and referred to more often than not, not only in
Parliament but anywhere where discussion and debate take
place; butas Speaker of this Parliament you are free to call
on the Leader of the House against any principle which you
might decide is not becoming in Parliament. The moment
you share and enjoy that right, your job is to protect the


members of this Parliament against any indignities that
might occur not only in Parliament; and to say that you are
not responsible or that you take no responsibility for what
is taking place is not what we expect, and I do not think that
is what any Speaker anywhere would be expected to do. It is
true that when the Deputy Speaker gave permission that
loud speaker equipment be brought into this Chamber, he
might have felt it would apply to every member. If you tell
me it is not so, I will have something else to say; but when
you gave that permission it could not appear to you that they
would want to discriminate or that some members would be
denied the use of it to let this country know what we have to
say about the Budget Speech. I think, Mr. Speaker, that you
are aware of the responsibility, and especially when it is
soiled with this type of discrimination.
4.15 p.m.

To tell me that you are without responsibility and hope
to exonerate yourself, that is an entirely different matter.
The Chair would lose its meaning. Apart from the written
law in Standing Orders, the Speaker calls on members of
Parliament to protect him. You get the instructions on
request of the Government that this House of Assembly
would broadcast the debates of hon. members on the Bud-
getary Proposals. Suddenly it is going to occur to you that
the Hon. Premier was interested in discrimination. Mr.
Speaker, I do not know how you hope to get out of this.

Mr. SPEAKER: I am not hoping to get out of anything. In
fact I have nothing to get out of. There is no question of the
Chair having given any instructions. That which was given
by the Chair was solely permission. That is all that the
Chair gave. For the information of the hon. member, the
permission which the Chair gave was to bring within the Bar
of the House the necessary apparatus to broadcast the
speeches. In doing so, no precedent was created.

Mr. MILLER: Mr. Speaker, you have said that yours
was permission to bring the loudspeakers in so that mem-
bers of Parliament should have access to it. Why is it that
members of Parliament should have access to it. Why is it
that all members have not had access to it? Why is it that
the Clerk of Parliament is expected to record everything?
Why is it that the Reporters of Parliament are expected to
take down every word that falls from the lips of all hon.
members? You say that you gave permission to record it.
Why is it that discrimination is permissible?

Mr. SPEAKER: I have made no remark that discrimin-
ation is premissible. I have never said anything about dis-
crimination.

Mr. MILLER: I am not saying that you said this. I am
only saying that that is the choice of the word in our lan-
guage. When this request was made, the only thing that
could be in the mind of your Hon. the Speaker was that this
recording equipment was to be used for every single mem-
ber of Parliament since there are not any second class
members in Parliament. You are telling me that there was
some secret second-hand deal with the Radio Broadcasting
Department not to release the speeches of the B.L.P. mem-
bers. You are telling me that there was some such agree-
ment. That is the only agreement which the Government will
have and that is to deny the members of the Barbados
Labour Party from expressing themselves over the air. Why
are you afraid of the voice of the Labour Party? What has
it come to? Why don't you behave like a man? You come in
here and have your speech recorded. You said to the Official
Opposition that you would allow the debate of the Official
Opposition to be broadcast over the air. You have failed to
stand up for common human rights. You have sat down like
things which I would not like to callyou in here. That is the
kind of brutal, ugly discrimination which you have in here
and it is not carried on in any Parliament. It can only be
carried on in here with this form of brutal dictatorship
which has come about; you feel it all over the country.
But there is a revolution which is going on in the hearts of
the people and I hope It is going to be bloodless. All funny
tricks are put into operation so as to prevent your going
to the polls. Now, you are afraid of the voice of the Bar-
bados Labour Party. We know why you are denying that
voice. The Police have been instructed to even stop the
public meetings held by this Party.













Mr. SPEAKER: I am afraid to say that I see nothing
in this Financial Statement by the Hon. Premier and Minis-
ter of Finance about the Police being instructed to stop the
holding of Public Meetings.

Mr. MILLER: I have always respected the Chair.

Mr. SPEAKER: And I have always appreciated that
expression of the hon. junior member for St. George.

Mr. MILLER: Mr. Speaker, I want to be a gentleman
all of my life. You need not remind me of that, but you can-
not sit quietly and ask me to behave like some fumble-
fotted weasel when all of this discrimination is going on. You
,see that all about in here. Look at the heavens Look at the
lack of man of manhood Who would dare address the com-
munity and talk about elementary rights and dignity of mem-
bers of this Parliamentl Tell me of any other person who
would deny the speeches of the Barbados Labour Party being
recorded. It is that you are afraid of the Labour Party as
you always were, and still continue to be afraid?

Mr. Speaker, I must address this Parliament on the
Finanical Statement and Budgetary Proposals, but I must
tell you that this would go on until we have an election. How-
ever, Sir, I will not discuss the Budget Speech until I am
given the same rights as the Hon. Premier and the hon.
junior member for Christ Church. Look at itl Look and see
If you do not feel sorry that you are a member of this or-
ganization and to sit in here and be a party to discrimina-
tioni This must rob you of all your manhood. To sit in here
today and to deny the Labour Party and a colleague of your
own group the right of having their speech recorded can
only be done because you think you have the power to do so.
4.25 p.m.




This debate will go on and on until the decision is
taken to present you, with a modicum of the feelings of
democracy. You should appreciate the rights and privileges
of other members of this Parliament. You must understand
that we are not any second-class members of this House
so that you can bring in the recording equipment and use it
when you like and then refuse to allow other hon. members
to use it because you are afraid. You are acting like a pack
of cowards. Mr. Speaker, that is parliamentary; that is per-
missible in Parliament. You look at those stained glass
windows up there; they are not cowards. You can have ten
million people, but they are not all cowards. When you are
thinking of self-confidence, how can you sit glibly by and
see an ugly act, the act of a coward, being carried out by
people who have no right to lay claim to any superiority?
You can play no part in the formation of a nation or of
society. You are not capable of doing the right thing so as
to inspire confidence in those who want to consider you as
being in a modern society. Permission has been sought for
the debate on the Budget Speech to be broadcast, and then
we have what looked like the angry fangs of the vampire
who takes the cover of night in order to select its victims.

Mr. Speaker, you are going to interrupt, but here is a
case where there is a matter of discrimination. Look at
the case The Speech of the Hon. Premier and that of the
Official Opposition Party have been broadcast and why are
you afraid of hearing the voice of the Barbados Labour
Party?

Mr. SPEAKER: I should like to point out to the hon.
member that the Chair does not interrupt. The Chair inter-
venes or interposes. I wanted to intervene before; I did not
want to disturb the hon. member in his flow of oratory, but
there is no question of any interruption by the Chair. The
Chair does not interrupt: it interposes or intervenes. May
I say that the hon. member for St. George has made the
point which he sought to make and the point which he has
made has been very clearly made in so far as one's under-
standing is concerned. The hon. member rose to speak on a
Resolution standing in the name of the hon. junior member
for Christ Church to the effect that this House note the Fin-
ancial Statement and Budgetary Proposals for the Fiscal


year 1965-66 contained in a Statement made in this Honour-
able House on 1st July, 1965 by the Minister of Finance.
I would exhort the hon. junior member for St. George to
realize that he has already made his point. It is not necess-
ary for me to say that he need not again and again repeat
it, but he has emphasized itvehemently. Will the hon.mem-
ber now proceed to deal with the Resolution on which he
rose to speak?

Mr. MILLER: Mr. Speaker, it is the outflow of lang-
uage or innuendo which has caused the Chair to intervene.
It is the right of the Chair to intervene, and it is the out-
flow of English usage which is the glory of the occasion.
There are those who are now squirming under the attack.
You will permit me, Sir, to join in the debate, but I will
not join in the debate on the Financial Statement and Budget
Proposals of the Premier until I am at least permitted to
share and enjoy the use of the recording equipment which
was brought in here and which was used by other hon. mem-
bers. I see that the Hon. Leader of the House wants to
interrupt and I will give way to him.

SUSPENSION OF SITTING
.4t this stage, it now being 4.30 p.m. of the clock,
Hon. W.A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, although the
Standing Orders have been suspended, the time allowed for
the consideration of Private Members' Business has expired.
As I said today, the suspension of the Standing Orders
would not inhibit Private Members from going on with their
business nor would it inhibit the Government from going on
with its business. The suspension of the Standing Orders
would not prevent private members from doing their own
business during the time which is normally allotted to them.
However, Sir, I will move at this stage, that this House do
now adjourn for half an hour in order to permit Your Honour
to relax from your duties for a little while, in the absence
of His Honour the Deputy Speaker. I therefore beg to move
that this sitting be now suspended for half an hour.

Hon. C. E. TALMA: I beg to second that.

Mr. SPEAKER: It is clear that when the sitting of this
House is resumed, the hon. junior member for St. George
will be entitled to resume his speech.

Mr. MILLER: Mr. Speaker, the Hon. Leader of the House
is quite well aware of the fact that it is now 4.30 p.m., of
the clock and the resumption of Government business is
automatic.

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, we cannotallow
the remarks of the hon. junior member for St. George to go
unnoticed. The hon. member does not know what takes place
in here. We have suspended the Standing Orders and there
is no automatic resumption of Government Business. A
motion will have to be made that the matters on the Order
Paper under Government Business be taken.

Mr. MILLER: Mr. Speaker, when you suspend the Stand-
ing Orders of the House you are entitled to put hon. mem-
bers right on this matter.
Mr. SPEAKER: Is that a point of order?
Mr. MILLER: Yes Sir. I have always understood that
the consideration of Private Members' Business would come
to an end at 4.30 p.m. of the clock. At that time you are
to go on with Government Business. Are you going to kill
time by a suspension of the sitting?
The question that this sitting be now suspended for
half an hour was put and resolved in the affirmative with'
out division, and Mr. SPEAKER suspended the sitting ac-
cordingly.
4.35 p.m.
On !esumption:

Mr. LOWE: Mr. Speaker, I observe that there is no
quorum and ask that you direct the Clerk to ring the Bell.

Mr. SPEAKER: I thank the hon. senior member for St.
George. Let the Bell be rung.


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The Bell was rung and a quorum was obtained.


GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, I beg to move
that Government Business be now taken.

Hon. G. G. FERGUSSON: I beg to second that.
The question was put and resolved in the affirmative
without division.
COMMITTEE OF SUPPLY

Mr. SPEAKER: The first Order of the Day under Gov-
ernment Business stands in the name of the Hon. Leader
of the House: to move the House into Committee of Supply
to consider the grant of sums of money for the service of
the Island.

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, I beg to move
that Your Honour do now leave the Chair and the House
go into Committee of Supply.

Hon. C. E. TALMA: I beg to second that.

The question was put and resolved in the affirmative
without division, and Mr. Speaker left the Chair and
the louse went into Committee of Supply, Mr. LO!TE in the
Chair.

SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATE, 1965-66 No. 12

Hon. J. C. TUDOR: Mr. Chairman, the Commonwealth
Press Union is an organisation of journalists of the Com-
monwealth, and this organization has been going for a
half-century, and every five years the Commonwealth
Press Union holds a Conference in some country of the
Commonwealth. They have decided that in this year 1965
their Conference should be held in the West Indies.

The purposes of these Conferences are that among other
things they are to encourage publishers, newspaper editors
and other journalists and broadcasters of Commonwealth
countries to become more familiar with the characteristics
and problems and history of parts of the Commonwealth
outside of their own. Secondly it is the sort of Conference
which sheds a lot of good publicity on the area in which it
is being held. There have been such conferences in Aus-
tralia, New Zealand, West Africa, East Africa, and Canada
as well as the United Kingdom already. Now the Govern-
ments of the territories, that is to say, from Bermuda
back down to Trinidad have decided to make certain con-
tributions to the CPU for the purpose of holding their Con-
ference in the West Indies, and our proposal is that we
should give to them a sum not exceeding $7,200 to be spent
here in Barbados on this stage of their visit to meet the
cost of an official reception, ground transportation and
hotel accommodation within the Island.

Hon. members will see from the Addendum that we
expect to have in Barbados about 100 delegates of the Com-
monwealth Press Union. The Government's intention, sub-
ject of course to the approval of the Legislature, has already
been communicated to the CPU headquarters as well as
to the local branch. We made it clear of course that this
offer was subject to the approval of the Legislature, and
replies coming back to us have said that this figure will not
only be quite generous and quite gratefully received, but
that it represents a proportionate contribution equal to what
other territories are giving for the same purpose. Of course
absolutely speaking, the contributions of Jamaica and
Trinidad will be more than our own, but proportionately
speaking, we are giving as much as they are. So I think
hon. members will realise that the prospect of having
100 newspapermen and broadcasters from other parts
of the Commonwealth visiting the West Indies in general
and Barbados in particular, in December this year will be
an opportunity too good for us to miss, and I think
we should have no good reason not to entertain these very


distinguished Commonwealth newspapermen and broad-
casters.

I therefore beg to move that this Resolution for the
sum of $7,200 for the purposes as set out in the Addendum
for the Tenth Quinquennial Conference of the Common-
wealth Press Union to be held in the West Indies, do now
pass.

Hon. C. E. TALMA: I beg to second that.

Mr. GODDARD: Mr. Chairman, I do agree with this
Resolution because it is to our good to have such important
people coming to Barbados from time to time. We live in
a large way through our tourist trade, and the more pub-
licity and advertisement we can get of Barbados in all its
aspects, the better it is for us. We are a small area in a
big ocean, and we in Barbados may think that people in
North America and all over the United States know about
Barbados, but that is not so. We have to be constantly
advertising and getting people to know about Barbados,
what we have to offer, its stability and things that people
are interested in. This is a medium through the Press.
This sum will be small indeed for the value we will get,
because when the Press representatives return to their
homes, they will be writing from time to time in their
many newspapers about what they have seen and done; and
if we in Barbados could impress them as being outstanding
in this area for stability and friendliness, and that we have
a nice climate and it is a nice place to live, this $7,200
will be but a small fraction of the publicity that we so much
need.


I welcome this Resolution, and I would only ask the
Minister how many days they are expected to be here, be-
cause they will be in the region from the 22nd November
to 30th December. It seems as if it will be $72 per person
from the Addendum to provide hotel accommodation, en-
tertainment, a cocktail party and so on. I presume other
organizations other than the Government will also be
contributing, and I do hope that this $7,200 will be spent
in a way to really impress this Conference, and Barbados
will stand out as one of the highlights in their tour of this
region.
5.20 p.m.

Hon. J. C. TUDOR: Sir, just to answer the hon. mem-
ber's questions. It appears that the delegates will be arriv-
ing here in Barbados on the afternoon of the 6th December
and will be leaving Barbados on the afternoon of the 8th
December; therefore, it looks like two days.
The question that the Resolution for the sum of $7,200
do now pass was put and resolved in the affirmative with'
out division.

On motion of Hon. I. C, Tudor, seconded by Hon.
G. G. Fergusson, Mr. Acting Chairman reported the passing
of one Resolution in Committee of Supply.

Mr. Deputy Speaker resumed the Chair and reported
accordingly.

On separate motions of Hon. i. C. Tudor, seconded
by Hon. G, G. Fergusson in each case, the Resolution
was read a first and second time and agreed to.
THE CIVIL ESTABLISHMENT (GENERAL)
(AMENDMENT) (NO. 4) ORDER, 1965

Mr. DEPUTY SPEAKER: The next Order of the day
stands in the name of the Hon. Premier: To move the pas-
sing of the following Resolution: Resolution to approve the
Order entitled "The Cvil Establishment (General)
(Amendment) (No. 4) Order, 1965.

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Deputy Speaker, I am
asking for leave to deal with this Resolution in the absence
of the Hon. Premier.


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There being no objection, leave was granted the hon.
member.

Hon. W.A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Deputy Speaker, this Reso-
lution, as you will observe, is to provide for some adjust-
ments in the establishment of the Regiment, the Department
of Highways and Transport and the General Hospital.

With regard to the Regiment, we have the upgrading of
the post of Adjutant from $6,600 $7,080 to $7,440. This
adjustment restores the grading of the post of Adjutant
with that of the third post in the Police Force.

With regard to the Department of Highways and Trans-
,port, we are abolishing the posts of Mechanical Superin-
tendent at'$3,528 $4,464 and the note explains:-

"The Civil Establishment (General) (Amendment) (No.6)
Order, 1963 provides for the replacement of the posts of
Mechanical Superintendent by two posts of Senior Foreman.
The posts of Mechanical Superintendent were retained on
the establishment to accommodate serving officers. The
posts are now vacant and have become redundant."

With regard to the General Hospital, we are upgrading
the post of Tutor from $3,672 $4,176 to $4,344 $5,208
and the explanation is that the existing salary has failed to
attract candidates who possess the Registered Nurse's
certificate plus three or four years post graduate service
and a Sister Tutor's Diploma. It is expected that the re-
vised salary will solve the recruitment problem.

I beg to move that this Resolution do now pass.

Hon. C. E, TALMA: I beg to second that.

The question was put and resolved in the affirmative
without division.

THE WAREHOUSING OF RUM
REGULATIONS, 1965
Mr. DEPUTY SPEAKER: The next Order of the day
stands in the name of the Hon. Premier: To move the pas-
sing of the following Resolution:-

Reolution to sanction the Regulations entitled "The
Warehousing of Rum in Bond (Amendment) Regulations,
1965.

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Deputy Speaker, I am ask-
ing leave to take charge of this Resolution in the absence
of the Hon. Premier.
There being no objection, leave was granted the Hon.
Minister.
Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Deputy Speaker, this is
merely an attempt to facilitate the Warehousing of Rum in
Bond Regulations. If you look at the Addendum, you will
see that the main purpose of this Resolution is to make it
no longer necessary to amend the Warehousing of Rum in
Bond Regulations whenever the rates of overtime payable
under the Customs Regulations are revised.

The Schedule to the Warehousing of Rum in Bond Regu-
lations, 1957, sets out the fees payable to Customs Officers,
Guards and Porters for attendance at any rum bond on Sun-
days, Public Holidays and on any working day outside
official hours.

Now, the amended Regulations which we passed this
year revokes the old Schedule and make provision whereby
the fees payable will be such as from time to time pre-
scribed by the Customs Regulations, 1963, for attendance
outside of official hours. By this means it will no longer
be necessary to amend the Warehousing of Rum in Bond
Regulations whenever the rates of overtime payable under
the Customs Regulations are revised.

I beg to move that this Resolution do now pass.

Mr. SEALEY: Mr. Deputy Speaker, as regards to the
remuneration of these officers when it comes to overtime, I


would like to know from the appropriate Minister, what the
present fees are.

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Under the existing Regu-
lations, Officers of the Customs get $2.00 for every hour
or part thereof.
5.30 p.m.

If their services are not retained from the close of
official hours, rton .qsch officerss are paid at the rate of
$4.00 for every hour or part thereof. If the services of these
officers are required on Sunday, Good Friday, (Cristmas
Day or a public holiday, they are paid $6.00 for any period
of three hours or less, and if their services are required
for a longer period, they are paid for the period in excess
of three hours at the rate of $2.00 per hour or part thereof.
When we come to the Customs Guards, they are paid $1.00
per hour or part thereof; but if they are not required to
work from the close of official hours, then they are entitled
to be paid at the rate of $2.00 for every hour or part there-
of. If their services are required on Sunday, Good Friday,
Christmas Day or a public Holiday, they are paid $3.00
by the person requiring their services for any period of
three hours or less, and if their services are required for
a longer period, then they are paid for the period in excess
of three hours at the rate of $1.00 per hour or part thereof.

As to the Porters, they are paid 75 cents an hour or
part thereof and if their services are not retained from the
close of official hours, they are paid at the rate of $1.50
for every hour or part therof. If their services are re-
quired on Sunday, Good Friday, Christmas Day or a public
holiday, then they are paid the sum of $2.25 by the person
requiring their services for any period of three hours,
and if their services are required fora longer period, then
they are paid for the period in excess of three hours at the
rate of 75 cent per hour or part thereof.

Mr. SEALEY: I thank the hon. member very much for
his information. I am only hinting or giving a warning to the
Government that all is not well in the Customs Department.
The Customs Officers are quite satisfied with the payment
of $2.00 per hour for a normal working day, but the trouble
is that the Manager and the Assistant Manager at present
get $2.90 an hour for the normal working day. If they spend
one hour they get $2.90 on the basis of the normal working
day. The foremen of the ship get $2.00 in the same way as
the Customs Officers and they claim that they are responsi-
ble for carrying out the laws and they are also responsible
in other respects. If they have to work on a Bank Holiday
they can only get $6.00 for a three hour working period.
For an ordinary Sunday the workmen in charge of the ship
will get $16.00, which is more than what the officers who
are directly responsible for catering for the goods and
seeing after the Government's business will get. lam ask-
ing that the Government look into this matter very carefully.
It appears to me that the men are not satisfiedwith the way
in which their rates of pay are calculated.

The Manager and the Assistant Manager, if they work
for half an hour on Sunday, they get $22.00 as compared
with the Customs Officers who will only get $6.00 when the
Customs Officers are responsible for the entire ship. The
foreman of the ship gets $2.00 an hour, and for a Sunday
or Bank Holiday he will get $16.00 when the officers who
are responsible for collecting the revenue for the Govern-
ment will only get $6.00. A clerk gets $2.40 an hour on
Sunday, and if he spends one hour after 4 o'clock he gets
$3.40, whereas the Customs Officers who are responsible
for carrying out the laws can only get $2.00. I would like
the matter to be gone into a little more carefully otherwise
you are looking for trouble.

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Deputy Speaker, the hon.
senior member for St. Michael is to be higly commended
for his representation of these public officers. Obviously,
they have appealed to him because, in their opinion, there
were anachronisms in view of the Schedules, and the hon.
member has discharged his responsibility in informing the
Government of the position as it has been detailed to him.
As a matter of fact, I have been approached by some of
these officers in the same connection. Less thanaweekago














the officers came to me appealing against these new rates.
I pointed out to the officers then that coming to their Par-
liamentary representatives in the case of Public Officers
is not the answer to the question. The Civil Service has its
own Trade Union, and these are the rates which have been
recommended to the Government by the Central Whitley
Council. Therefore, the Government, having recognized the
Whitley Council as the valuation body, is entitled to the
policy as has been determined by the Government. The
Government has been scrupulously fair in agreeing to the
increases proposed by the Central Whitley Council. As a
matter of fact, these increases have been effective as from
the 1st April this year, and in the Budget proposals we
made provision for the sum of $75,000 over and above
the sum expended for the payment of Public Officers for
this purpose alone. For this increased pay in overtime
fees for the Customs Officers, we have provided the sum
of $75,000 which, in any country, is an appreciable sum.
5.40 p.m.

The House might be interested to learn what are the
present rates of overtime. In the case of Customs Officers,
they get $1.20 an hour from the close of official
hours. If not retained from the close of official hours $2.40
an hour, and Sundays and Public Holdays $4.80 for periods
of two hours or less and thereafter $1.20 an hour. The new
rates effective from April this year carry the rates from
the close of official hours from $1.20 to $2.00; if not re-
tained from the close of official hours it goes from $2.00
to $4.00 an hour, and for Sundays and Public Holidays from
$4.80 for two hours to $6.00 for three hours, and the
additional period instead of being $1.20 an hour is $2.00
an hour. The present rate of overtime for Customs Guards
and Porters is 48 cents an hour. Under the Resolution be-
for us they will go to $1.00 an hour, more than double in one
sweep, and the hon. junior member for Christ Church, I
am sure, will inform his colleague, the hon. seniormember
for St. Michael that this overtime rate is paid by the mer-
chants, and they themselves, I am sure, will concede that
if the person requiring the overtime work, that is, if you
have to take out goods from the Customs or have goods
checked for Customs purposes, the persons to whom the
goods are consigned pay the overtime rate, and I am sure
the mercantile community will concede that these overtime
rates are fairly generous.

The Customs Guards and Porters will go from 48 cents
an hour to $1.00 an hourand 75 cents an hour respectively.
If not retained from official hours they go from 48 cents
an hour to $2.00 and from 48 cents to $1.50 in the case of
Porters if not retained from the close of official hours;
and for Sundays and Public Holidays from $1.92 for any
period of four hours or less to $3.00 for a period of three
hours or less and from 48 cents an hour thereafter to $1.00
an hour. In the case of Porters from $1.92 to $2.25 and for
a period thereafter at 75 cents an hour.

I repeat, Sir, that I am sure that these officers will
appreciate the action of the hon. senior member for St.
Michael in bringing their case as comprehensively and
forcefully to the attention of Parliament as he has; but he
himself will admit also at the same time that his hands, not
unlike the Government's, are tied, because these, Sir, are
the recommendations, as I said earlier, of the Central Whit-
ley Council and the Government is In honour bound under Its
arrangement with the Civil Service to implement the recom-
mendations of the Whitely Council. The officers therefore
are left with the alternative course of detailing these
avenues of dissatisfaction to their representatives on the
Whitley Council, and endeavouring to have the matter re-
viewed and resolved through the appropriate channels of
representation in the Public Service.

Mr. GODDARD: Mr. Deputy Speaker, I hate to rise
after the Hon. Minister, but in the absence of the Hon. seni-
or member for Bridgetown who tabled the Resolution on this
matter, I should say that he has had representation in ano-
ther matter. This Order dates back from 1st April, but it
was laid on the Table of the House some time in June. It
would mean that fees would have to be paid retroactively
and representation has been made to him by some section
of the mercantile community that the retroactive manner


in which the Regulations were made though they do not
question the increases was distasteful to them. He has
tabled the Resolution to discuss this Order which, I pre-
sume, he will want to do next week. I would not have risen
had be been here or if the Minister did not admit that it
dates back from Ist April because it means having to collect
not only from the merchants, but from private individuals
who may have something in warehouses and had to bring in
an officer after the hours for which he would normally have
paid. He would have to go and bill again on something
was not the law at the time. If the date of the Order was
the date it was laid in the House, there would have been
no bitterness whatever; but the mercantile community, I
understand, has made representation to him that it savours
of retroactive taxation. If this is permitted on this occasion,
it could lead to this being upheld as a precedent for other
things. I am sure he will debate it next week, because the
Order has the force of law after forty days, and he will be
able to go into detail on the figures and facts. That is the
objection he has and the reason for his Resolution today. As
far as the Resolution itself is concerned, we have no objec-
tion, because it says that the Cabinet may from time to time
fix the fees for overtime for these officers.

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: If I may be permitted, Sir,
Your Honour will concede that the two hon. members of the
Official Opposition are not speaking with the same voice at
all. Whereas the hon. senior member for Bridgetown is
concerned with discrepancies alleged to have existed with
regard to overtime payments for officers, the hon. junior
member for Christ Church has expressed his concern over
the fact that these rates are retroactive from April and not
from June. In other words, the merchants in Bridgetown
have to pay retroactive rates from Aprilwhilethe Regula-
tions were tabled in June. The only answer to that is that
the Government is also concerned. Some of these rates
apply, as far as I remember, to the Government Printery
and to other Departments, and we are paying from April
on the recommendations of the Whitley Council; and while
one can appreciate that this circumstance will of necessity
cause considerable concern to merchants who may have
imported goods on the basis of the c.i. cost and the duty,
if there is price for selling and they would therefore have
sold at a lower rate, then if they had known the c.if. costs
were higher, there is nothing we can do about it now.
5.50 p.m.


I have no doubt that the Hon. senior member for the
City in the implementation of the obligations to his con-
stituents in the City would make the representations which
he proposes next week when he debates the Resolution.
So far as the Government is concerned, although we have
budgeted already, we are making an appropriate provision
of $75,000 as from April last in order to give effect to
the recommendations of the Whitley Council as from that
date.

One can appreciate that the merchants will find that
this is out of pocket to them; but in business what you lose
on this thing, you gain in the roundabout. The merchants
will have to recoup this in some other direction.

Mr. GODDARD: What I said was that it was a matter
of principle. If this is adopted, other things can happen as
well.


The question that this Resolution do now pass was
put an d resolved in the affirmative without division.


THE PUBLIC OFFICERS LOAN AND TRA-
VELLING ALLOWANCES AMENDMENT
BILL, 1965.

Mr. DEPUTY SPEAKER: The next Order stands in the
name of the Hon. Premier: Second reading of a Bill to
amend the Public Officers Loan and Travelling Allowances
Bill, 1948.













Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Sir, I am asking for leave
to take charge of this Bill standing in the name of the Hon.
Premier.

There being no objection, leave was granted the Hon.
Minister.

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Deputy Speaker, this
Bill seeks to amend the Public Officers Loan and Travel-
ling Allowances Act, 1948, in order to amend the Schedule
to the Act to permit the inclusion of some other additional
officers.

We are deleting from the existing Schedule, the offices
of Senior District Welfare Officer, District Welfare Officer
and Mechanical Superintendent and adding thereto Deputy
Social Welfare Officer, Senior Community Welfare Officer
and Community Welfare Officer to the Social Welfare De-
partment; Sports Assistant to the Ministry of Health, Hous-
ing, Local Government and Community Development; Senior
Valuation Officer to the Inland Revenue Department: and
Senior Foreman to the Highways and Transport Department.

It seems to me that I need not say too much on this
because it is more than obvious than the new officers pro-
posed have to do a certain amount of travelling in the
execution of their duties; therefore, they are entitled to
travelling under the Schedule of the Public Officers Loan
and Travelling Allowances Regulations. No honourable
member would expect a Public Officer under these circum-
stances not to have his out-of-pocket expenses defrayed.

I therefore beg to move that this Bill be now read a
second time.

Hon. C. E. TALMA: I beg to second that.

The question was put and resolved in the affirmative
without division.


On motion of Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD, seconded by
Hon. C. E. TALMA, Mr. DEPUTY SPEAKER left the
Chair and the House went into Committee on the Bill,
Mr. LOWE in the Chair.

Clauses I and 2 were called and passed.

Clause 3 was called.
Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: I beg to move that Clause 3
stand part.

Hon. C. E. TALMA: I beg to second that.
Mr. CARMICHAEL: Mr. Chairman, I hope that this is
the appropriate time when I can deal with this matter of
travelling allowances. Representations have been made in
this House already that there is much dissatisfaction among
the Marshals who attend the Supreme Court. I think hon.
members are well aware that there are few Marshals, and
they know that these Marshals have to travel the length and
breadth of this island; very often they have to travel at the
eleventh hour in order that the Courts may not be held up.
They have to process summonses at the eleventh hour,
and they have to do everything possible to get everything
in order by the time the Court meets.


Since six years ago, the rate of travelling given to them
has not been increased and, as a matter of fact, the rate
has not been in keeping with the increased cost of travel-
ling. When compared with other officers of some of the
other departments, it is thought that they are entitled to
the same rate and that they should be put on the same
scale. I think that this was also referred to the Whitley
Council. I believe representation has been made through
the appropriate Association that some consideration should
be given to these Marshals: either that they have an in-
creased cost in travelling allowance or that they be put or
the same scale as officers receiving travelling allowances.

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: The hon. member can rest
assured that the attention of the Government is now being
given to the cases of the Writ Servers, the Marshal, the
Deputy Marshals and Postmen. Therefore, I am sure the
hon. member would be gratified to know that this matter
has already received the attention of the Government and
will be brought to the Legislature for its ratification
shortly.

The question that Clause 3 stand part was put and
resolved in the affirmative without division.

Clause 4 was called and passed.
6.00 p.m.

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Acting Chairman, I beg
to move that you do now report the passing of this Bill in
Committee.

Hon. C. E. TALMA: I beg to second that.

The question was put and resolved in the affirmative
without division.

The ACTING CHAIRMAN reported and Mr. DEPUTY
SPEAKER resumed the Chair and reported accordingly.

On motions of Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD, seconded by
Hon. C. E. TALMA in each case, the Bill was read a
third time and passed.

At this stage, Mr. SPEAKER resumed the Chair.

GOVERNMENT BUSINESS CONCLUDED

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, with the con-
sideration of that Bill, we have concluded Government
Business for today.

ADJOURNMENT

Hon. W. A. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, I beg to move
that this House do now adjourn until Tuesday, 17th August,
1965, at 2.30 p.m. of the clock.

Hon. C. E. TALMA: I beg to second that.

The question that this House do now adjourn until
Tuesday, 17th August, 1965, at 2.30 p.m. of the clock,
was put and resolved in the affirmative without division
and Mr. SPEAKER adjourned the House accordingly.
6.05 p.m.






Subsidiary Legislation Supplement No. 39
Supplement to Official Gazette No. 50 dated 23rd June, 1966

L.N. 76
Notice

SPECIFICATION OF INSECTICIDE FOR THE
PURPOSES OF THE CUSTOMS ACT, 1962
It is hereby notified that the Cabinet has declared
"ROGOR 40" to be a specified insecticide for the
purposes of Part III of the First Schedule to the Cus-
toms Act, 1962.
Dated this 2nd day of June, 1966.

F. M. BLACKMAN
Secretary to the Cabinet.


(M.P. 5007/7/ T. 2)




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