THIS DAY IN OUR PAST
The following events took place on September 30 in the years identified:
1935:ceremonies Two interesting
take place in the Corporate Area; the new bridge at Kencot and that at Rousseau Road are open by Governor Edward Brandis Denham and Mrs Sidney R. Cargill, respectively. The bridge at Kencot (Chisholm Bridge) runs over the Shoemaker Gully and is built at a cost of £1,070. Mrs S. R. Cargill officiates the opening at Rousseau Road. The bridge at Rousseau Road will be called the Duval Bridge, as it is being named after Councillor Duval. 1969:communications
The minister of Association, is held under the patronage of the Governor General Clifford Campbell and Lady Campbell, who both attends accompanied by ADC Delroy Ormsby. Distinguished viewers include Minister of Education Edwin Allen; Minister of Youth and Community Development Allan Douglas and Mrs Douglas; Minister of Legal Affairs Victor Grant; Minister of Home Affairs Roy McNeill; Minister of State for Youth and Community Development Hector Wynter; Custos of Kingston Aubrey McFarlane and Mrs McFarlane; Mayor of Kingston councillor Eric Bell; Mrs Aroti Dutt, president of the Associated Country women of the World; Dorothy Lightbourne, chairman of the Jamaica Federation of Women; Maurice Byer, principal medical officer in the Ministry of Health, and Mrs Byer.
– The Gleaner Archives