THIS DAY IN OUR PAST

The fol­low­ing events took place on Oc­to­ber 1 in the years iden­ti­fied:

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po­si­tion. Show wis­dom and courage, not anger. TAU­RUS (April 20-May 20): Don’t take any­thing or any­one for granted. A sud­den turn of events will sur­face due to an emo­tional dis­agree­ment. Lis­ten and ob­serve, but don’t say any­thing that may be held against you. Time is on your side. GEM­INI (May 21-June 20): An emo­tional in­ci­dent will end up cost­ing you fi­nan­cially. Anger will not solve any prob­lems or op­po­si­tion you face. Be smart and refuse to let any­one talk you into con­tribut­ing to some­thing that doesn’t ben­e­fit you. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Try not to over­re­act to sit­u­a­tions that in­volve part­ner­ships. Only get in­volved in a joint ven­ture if you are will­ing to take an equal part in the work. An un­wanted change will hap­pen if you aren’t will­ing to com­pro­mise. LEO (July 23-Aug 22): In­ter­act with the peo­ple you know and trust. The in­for­ma­tion you gather will help you make a de­ci­sion re­gard­ing the changes you want to make to your life. Don’t fold un­der pres­sure. Do what’s best for you. VIRGO (Aug 23-Sept 22): Mem­o­ries will sur­face, help­ing you deal with a tricky sit­u­a­tion and giv­ing you a much bet­ter view of the pos­si­bil­i­ties that are within your reach. A short trip will help you re­con­nect with some­one you miss. LI­BRA (Sept 23-Oct 22): You crave change, but not every­one who is in­flu­enced by your choices will be in agree­ment with what you want to do. Make ad­just­ments to your plans that will of­fer in­cen­tives to those you need on board. SCOR­PIO (Oct 23-Nov 21): Bul­ly­ing can be ex­pected if you aren’t pre­cise about what you want. Some­one will use emo­tional ma­nip­u­la­tion to per­suade you to do things dif­fer­ently. Don’t give in when you know you should stick to your orig­i­nal plans. SAGIT­TAR­IUS (Nov 22-Dec 21): If some­one from your past tries to in­ter­fere in your busi­ness, push back. You can come out on top if you are dili­gent and de­tailed about your work. Don’t over­spend or you will face crit­i­cism. CAPRI­CORN (Dec 22-Jan 19): Use the power of com­mu­ni­ca­tion to get peo­ple on board to help you achieve your goals. You Ac­tors Justin Tim­ber­lake and Anna Ken­drick, (cen­tre), pose with peo­ple dressed as char­ac­ters from the film upon ar­rival at the premiere of the film ‘Trolls’ in Lon­don on Thurs­day. 1965:Lyn­den Min­is­ter of Labour

New­land made two or­ders fixing new min­i­mum-wage rates for bak­ery work­ers for the Cor­po­rate Area and ru­ral parishes, re­spec­tively. The min­is­ter acted on the ad­vice of the Min­i­mum Wage Board for the bak­ery trade, and the new rates will be ef­fec­tive from Oc­to­ber 11, 1965, a re­lease says. 1975:city Kingston’s twin

is about to start tak­ing shape. Devel­op­ment of Hell­shire Bay, the first phase in the es­tab­lish­ment of a new city in the Hell­shire Hills of St Cather­ine, ca­pa­ble of hous­ing a pop­u­la­tion of 300,000, is launched by the Ur­ban Devel­op­ment Cor­po­ra­tion (UDC). A mar­ket­ing pro­gramme to sell the land to be used in the devel­op­ment of Hell­shire Bay and to al­low for the be­gin­ning of hous­ing-unit con­struc­tion in 1976 will be launched on Oc­to­ber 24, UDC of­fi­cials an­nounce at a press con­fer­ence. A sum of $4.7 mil­lion is al­ready in­vested in the scheme by the UDC, and an­other $5 mil­lion will be spent over the next year. Hell­shire Bay is the first of three ur­ban cen­tres which will be de­vel­oped to form Kingston’s twin city. The others are Man­a­tee Bay and High­land City. 1992:lose Two Rasta­far­i­ans

their bid in the Supreme Court to bar the Prison Au­thor­ity from cut­ting their locks and beards. The Rasta­far­ian men who are jailed for ganja re­lated charges say they want to serve their prison terms with their locks and beards be­cause of their Rasta­far­ian be­liefs and the fact that their locks are an in­te­gral part of their religious prin­ci­ples. The prison rules pro­vide for the shav­ing of the hair of con­victs. The men say in their af­fi­davits that they are of the Nazarine Vow whereby no ra­zor or scis­sors must be used upon the head. Jus­tice Walker, af­ter hear­ing the sub­mis­sions in Cham­bers, re­fuses to grant the ap­pli­ca­tion.

– The Gleaner Archives

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