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- Tags: Patterson, P. J. (Percival James), 1935-
On March 15, 1979, Federal Chancellor Helmut Schmidt received the Foreign Minister of Jamaica, Percival Patterson, for a talk in the Federal Chancellery.
"Minister of Industry Tourism and Foreign Trade P.J. Patterson, (2nd left) listens carefully as Miss Jean Taylor of Studio Potters explains pottery making. The Minister was on a tour after the official opening of the Complex. At right is Wesley…
"Foreign Affairs Minister and Deputy Prime Minister P.J. Patterson yesterday received a team from the European Economic Community and issued a call for the EEC to develop a perspective of unity in its approach to the Caribbean territories rather than…
"P.J. Patterson, Minister (2nd left) announcing Governments shared acquisition in Jamaica Cement Company yesterday others Don Brice, Permanent Secretary, George Ashenheim, acting chairman and Sydney Chen-See, Managing Director."
"Industry, Tourism and Foreign Trade Minister P.J. Patterson again defending the Iranian Sugar Deal at the JAS Farmer's Conference at the George Lisle Education Centre yesterday."
"P.J. puts across a point: Tourism Minister P.J. Patterson describing one aspect of the aims of the Tourist Board during cocktails before the Press Luncheon hosted by the Jamaica Tourist Board at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel Tuesday."
The Phoenix Foundry or 'The Dome' in Falmouth, Trelawny is one of the oldest surviving industrial complexes in Jamaica. It was built by engineer, Mr.…