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Arnold Smith and Mrs. Smith being welcomed by Prime Minister and Mrs. Manley

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"Commonwealth Secretary General Arnold Smith (right) and his wife (second from right) meet Prime Minister Manley (second from left) and Mrs. Manley (left) at the P.M.'s reception at Jamaica House during the Commonwealth Heads of Government…

Arnold Smith, Kenneth Kaunda and Michael Manley

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"Commonwealth Secretary General Arnold Smith with Zambia's Kenneth Kaunda and Jamaica's Michael Manley, arriving at the Pegasus Hotel yesterday for the opening of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting."

Derrick Webb

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"Derrick Webb...he was lucky, only his car was washed away."

Derrick Webb

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"PNP South-East St. Mary caretaker Derrick Webb. High hopes for victory at the polls."

Derrick Webb talking with supporters at constituency office

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"Victims: PNP candidate for South East St. Mary, Derrick Webb [third from right] talking with some of his supporters following the attack on the constituency office, Friday night."

Derrick Webb, St. Mary

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Portrait of Mr. Derrick Webb, People's National Party (PNP) candidate for the constituency of South East, St. Mary.

Edward Seaga with arms outstretched

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Edward Seaga raises his arms as he addresses an audience. Seated on the platform [to the right] is Sir Alexander Bustamante.

Enos Chikowore from the U.K.

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Former politician from Zimbabwe, Enos Chikowore, speaking at an event.

Kingston Mayor, Ralph Brown, with PNP supporters

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"Ralph's finest hour: Kingston Mayor, Ralph Brown, is engulfed by cheering PNP supporters and gets his hands raised in acknowledgement Wednesday night after his victory over the JLP's Ivan Moore in the West Central Kingston constituency was…