THIS DAY IN OUR PAST
The following events took place on October 29 in the years identified:
1967:premier George Price,
of British Honduras, arrives in Jamaica in transit to Montego Bay, after attending the Commonwealth Caribbean Conference in Barbados. He says in an interview at the Palisadoes Airport: “I think the conference has done a great thing in bringing the leaders of the Caribbean area together. It has also caused them to think regionally.” courts are largely due to members of the Bar. 1970:Utilities Minister of Public
and Housing Wilton Hill says that the bill to impose sanctions on the Jamaica Public Service Company for damage to industrial operations on Jamaica or equipment, as a result of nonaccidental power failure, is ready. The minister is speaking to a deputation from the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce led by President Lester Parke, who waits on him to discuss electricity, telephone services, and housing development.
–The Gleaner Archives