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Youngsters arriving at Fort Clarence Beach for the Annual Summer Youth treat

"J.O.S. helps too: Youngster arriving Fort Clarence for the Annual Summer Youth treat at Fort Clarence Beach for children living in custodial care at places of safety and children's homes. The programme is jointly sponsored by the Hellshire Bay…

Bus-car accident

"Bus-car accident: Two people were admitted to hospital following an accident involving a JOS bus and a Chevelle motorcar along the Half Way Tree Road early yesterday. Reports said the bus was being driven by Albert Wright of Maxfield Avenue ran into…

JOS bus and tanker crash at Ferry

"This JOS bus was extensively damaged when it struck a tanker at Ferry on Tuesday night. The Daily News was informed that the tanker was parked when the accident occurred. No one was reported seriously hurt in the accident."

St. Mary special passenger bus crash

"Death crash: This is what was left of the St. Mary Special passenger bus which crashed in Clonmel, St. Mary Wednesday afternoon, while travelling from Highgate to Annotto Bay. Five people including three children lost their lives in the accident."

Road accident on Half Way Tree Road

"The people in this picture probably smiled for our photographer because no one was injured in this accident yesterday. Reports said the Mini was entering Half Way Tree Road from West Ivy Green Crescent when it got out of control and ran into the…

Downtown Kingston (Victoria Avenue)

A view of a section of Victoria Avenue with a Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) bus driving past the Machado building located at the corner of Victoria Avenue and Lower South Camp Road in Kingston, Jamaica.

JOS media representatives

"Checking it out: Media representatives, Jamaica Omnibus Services workers and other members of the touring party trying out the new aluminium seats which have been installed in this JOS bus. Following a scarcity of fibreglass on the open market, JOS…

JOS engineering department

"At work in the [Jamaica Omnibus Services] engineering department."

First 'Miss JOS'

"First Miss JOS [Jamaica Omnibus Services]: Mrs. Myrtle Burton, seated centre, winner of the first Miss JOS contest, wears a broad smile after a broad smile after she was crowned by Public Utilities and Transport Minister Carlyle Dunkley, at JOS'…