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A typical Chinese shop

Chinese business owner standing before his shop, 'Lyn's Grocery'. A customer is walking away with a bottle crate full of items.

Adella Campbell

"Bombay Bazaar's Jack Naraindas presented a cheque for $216 to Adella Campbell yesterday to assist her with renting a room. With Adella is her daughter Nadine."

Air Jamaica president, Dr. Ken Rattray with staff

"Sales push - On Monday, June 15, Air Jamaica launched a major sales campaign aimed at winning greater public support for the National Airline. Recently appointed sales manager Jamaica and the Caribbean, Maria Williams heads the team of 10 Air…

Al Langly hands over the Texaco Challenge Trophy to Nick Phillpots

"Al Langley, (right) Retail Sales supervisor of Texaco Caribbean Inc., handing over the Texaco Challenge Trophy to Nick Phillpoits (left) and Gordon Brandon, members of the organising committee of the Jamaica motoring Club. The trophy will be…

Al Tapper

"Al Tapper, newly installed president of Kiwanis and Managing Director of J.I.D.C."

Al Tapper - General Manager

"Railway talk: Jamaica Railway Corporation general manager Al Tapper (second right) making a point to other members of the JRC Board of Directors shortly before Wednesday's meeting with Transport Minister Horace Clarke. From left are JRC Board…

Al Tapper and others

"Hide improvement - Robert Hunter (far right), flaying expert, being welcomed to Jamaica at a reception in his honour. From left is Dr. Abdul Wahab, acting director of the Inter-America Institute of Agriculture Sciences, sponsors of Mr. Hunter's…

Alpart's General Manager Noel T. Chaplin presents a cheque to Ferdie Gunter

"Alpart helps dental clinic: Alpart's general manager Noel T. Chaplin presents a cheque for $2,000 to Ferdie Gunter, president of the Rotary Club of Mandeville, to help building Howard Chevannes Dental Clinic, the club's priority project for 1979.…

Alty Sasso (chairman)

"Jamaica Chesire Village, local affiliate of Chesire Foundation Homes for the Sick, on Wednesday received a $12,500,000 boost from Scotiabank Jamaica Limited. This sum will defray the cost of one house out of twenty houses projected for the scheme.…