THIS DAY IN OUR PAST

The fol­low­ing events took place on Oc­to­ber 29 in the years iden­ti­fied:

Jamaica Gleaner - - FAMILY & RELIGION -

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

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