GUARDIA - Memorial University of Newfoundland
Ernest Harmon has nine representatives with Norbert W. White, chairman. A slogan often used in their program is: "Remember that this is your Civilian Advisory Council. Help them to help you by disclosing your problems to one of your representatives." A Suggestion Plan encourages ideas in regard to time saving, money saving. morale and safety. Competition is keen and a monthly plaque is given to the shop submitting the greatest number. For the year 1955, Ernest Harmon expected around 180 suggestions, but at the close of the year the figure was climbing toward the 300 mark. Already 22 of them were accepted, for the period between January to July, 1955, with many others still under consideration. Incentive Awards are presented for every six month period. The civilian employees at Ernest Harmon were awarded the total sum of $ 610 for the period between January to July, 1955. At that time Pepperrell took first place, and Ernest Harmon second. Fire Chief John E. Peyton is responsible for one suggestion that paid him $200. His idea recommended a modified commercial St. Stephen's Bo)'s' Tumbling Team are rated as good as any team their age in Canada. In the back row can be seen Ralph West, physical training instructor and director of both team and band; also Very Rev. P. Bromley of St. Stephen's. JUNE, 19"