THIS DAY IN OUR PAST
The following events took place on September 27 in the years identified:
a visit to Jamaica as the guest of Ludlow Moody is Joseph Harold Sheldon, director of medicine at the Royal College, Wolverhampton, England. He arrives from Miami and will remain for four weeks. “I have always wanted to come to Jamaica. This is really my first visit and I am looking forward to my stay”, he tells a Gleaner reporter. 1965:Minister Finance and S. Stephenson of the Bank of Jamaica. 1967:Tourism Director of
E. Stuart Sharpe says that Jamaica must work with the other islands of the Caribbean to offer a complete comprehensive resort area to suit every taste and pocket. Addressing the Lions Club luncheon held at the Courtleigh Manor Hotel, Sharpe says that a revolution of untold magnitude has started in the world of air travel and within the next five years, the advent of the jumbo jets will shrink the globe in a most amazing way.
– The Gleaner Archives