CANADA: Second Try

British Columbia's case of the unwelcome wife took a turn for the better last week. When Dorothy Hewitt, a pretty ex-model, flew home to Jamaica in September, leaving her schoolteacher bridegroom at his job in Vancouver Island's exclusive Shawnigan Lake School for boys (TIME, Oct. 4), it seemed doubtful that she would ever return to Canada. According to Dorothy, who is one-eighth Negro, Shawnigan Lake's Headmaster G. P. Kaye had asked her to leave rather than embarrass the school by remaining as a faculty wife. John Hewitt joined his wife in Jamaica,...

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