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Cecil Charlton, Mayor of Mandeville (with mic)

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"For Workers' Fun: Cecil Charlton, Mayor of Mandeville (with mic) cuts the ribbon to declare open the Recreational Centre for Public Health workers attached to the Manchester Parish Council, at a function in Mandeville on Thursday. Others from left:…

Councillor Algon Samuels, Mayor of the K.S.A.C

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"What are all the smiles for? Well it's a message of goodwill being handed to Mr. Ossie Clarke (left) President of the Customs Tourers of Jamaica by Councillor Algon Samuels, Mayor of the KSAC for the Mayor of New York John Lindsay. The tourers will…

D. Theophilus Wint, Member of the Assembly

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Mr. Dunbar Theophilus Wint - educator, journalist and former member of the Assembly and the St. Ann Legislative Council.

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.

Errol Anderson at the podium

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Former Jamaican Minister of Justice, Errol Anderson giving an address.

Hugh Springer

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Sir Hugh Worrell Springer, lawyer, parliamentarian and public officer from Barbados.

John Pringle, Director of Tourism

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Jamaica's first Director of Tourism, John Pringle, who served between 1963 and 1967. He also founded the Round Hill Hotel in Montego Bay, Jamaica.