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Scouts from Jamaica were attending the 1933 World Jamboree of Scouts. Pictured here are, left to right:

(1) Ben Campbell (from Lucea. Later became a Customs Officer. His father was the Inspector of Police in Lucea).

(2) Arthur Dickson (in Sea Scout uniform; retired from overseas service in Belize in early 1980s as Chief Justice and Law Revision Commissioner.)

(3) An English speaking Hungarian teacher, who acted as guide and translator for the Scouts when sightseeing about the city.

(4) Hopeton Roy Powell (1912-1987. Born in Porus, Manchester, third child of George Theodore and Alice Jane Powell (nee Parnell).)

(5) Allan Douglas (1908-1990. District Scout Commissioner for Trelawny 1939-1949; Captain in the Jamaica Battalion 1944-1947; Solicitor; Government Minister and Member of Parliament in Jamaica.)

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