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    Kingston Gleaner {Newspaper} - 1985-07-30,Kingston, Kingston                                 PAGE EIGHTEEN  íes elect (resident  fhc Portmore    have elected Mr.  (. olin fjgan, a Social Development Commis-\on technii-jl supemtor *s rhe new President ot their ihjpter Mr. lpgan was elected ¿long with other members o 1.1 he 1985-86 executive .tt a meeting whith theWortmore J-iyiees held it the Bridgeport Sei.o%!ary School, BriJge pari. St C Jtherme on full 1 I  Mis\ PjiiIj 'A* illurit*»    Denise Thompson  ■ nJ Mr Vmion Milh.ido un t*ake olfuc Ji Vue rrtsnicnts tur iht thjpttr wh® thi nt* Ponmort \i\ir btgin 1 . in (Xrobift Mn Sharon ( arr Hjs hitn Stirturv ind Mrs AnfkU Siotr will sine hi r ihjpirr .is I rt isurcr during tnk loming rerm [h( nti* t xctntnc will fiKiA on tht dotl • lpimni t»l iMining opportunitiel, for numbs. r> Lin,k r rhi ltJik r%hip ol Mr hjgjn fl  r liis Prisidi nl clitt thL lurrtnt M’ortmorc Jj> itr of tht ’Kir, fttfls strongly thJt hi*. ihjpur should str(.!)j;rln n us i omnium«, nr to ifc-lp numbtrs Kst lr>p tht lt.idtrship pounrul whithVits nttd to itki.tn«K uMn.igt rtrsponsibilitv on tHttyjob jnd in  rl u i <minnimr\ Hi hopts to drjw on flis L\p<-n i ikI m ihi | ivicts moMiiuni .ind rhimtHji it.jrs ot ¡mftwcinil «.xptmni.1 in rlii held ot \(Kition)l r nniiif; to m nrdm.iti .1 m in iKt-nunt fluimiiji [ : irimint tor rrunihd'. diinnj, iht tommf; tt rn>  THE DAILY GLEANER, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1985  New look and outlook for the Denbigh Show  New and far-    recently adopted by the    trjcting the enthusiasm known bands and amst-  reaching reforms of    B°^rd for implements-    of the young He said ts  tht! Denbigh Agricul-     tlon ,; beginning this    the main theme of the On Sunday, August  rural Show have been     year     reforme was “Denbigh 4, a special ecumeni-  announced by the Ja-    mam focus of    Not Just a New Look, cal service will high-  liiaica Aertculturc So-     t ' le  programme is the    hut a New Outlook," light the morning parr  uetv.lAS President     ,Jea  S lvln 6 each of    and that rhis_new rheme of that day, ou  t ' ' r- .    the show’s three days    would t ~ - -  Senator Courtnev    . , . ,,  J  ’     L i .  p, ,    , , l'    August 3,4 and 5,its own    advance| publicity  rietcher says that the    high-poim, while ensur    promotional mat'-rial for encouraged  says that the  changes are deisgned     ln g ^  ran g e 0 f  sl( j e Jt   to achieve two basic     frauicms an <|  emertjnn  aims- firstly to make     me nt to Capture tht  ___ Denbigh more attrac-    imagination of habitual  J.I S photo  Ilve  ro a Wider audl-    show goers, young farm  POLICE GIFT: National Security and Justice Minister, Hon. cnee, and secondly ro    en. and the enure family Winston Spaulding (2nd left) in discussion with Senior Super-  f h<-’ show a In presenting the pro  intendent Gerald Bramweil (left) about some of the mainte- greater income-earn-    gramme to the annual  nance equipment for the police force, which was presented to mg operation    JAS meeting rnenth, address  the Minister. The equipment for the maintenance of police “With this m mind,"    program me* designer Mr    Sunday, will feature the  tehiclcs waf> presented to Mr. Spaulding bv the Charee d’Af-  Senarar Hetc her said, a    Desmond Henrv, said    Governor Générai s  fa ires in the embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Mr.    P romorion jnJ    ,he  °' er - lîi  - llm    s P««- h l)n h   Hermann Erath (2nd right) on Thursday..... '  mjr eTm8  P r °S r ' i   lig]  of that day, durin. would be reflected m all whith farmers an and their families will be  T  °  the show    worship at Denbigh,  President’s Day     of , ,hcir ri &-   c  ,    ular churxhei»  Speuhc sTrutturai From a security  Lhanges ^vill iwoUc rhe     it andpoint, the new  i.rst day being kno^n as     pr0grammcS  erWge  the President s Day     a drast|t overhdu |  Q f  when the Society s Presi-     the former jrrjnge .  dent will give the mam     mem s T  with maximum  Day Two, the     stLUrltv dt d ]\  oierali aim  .    ------------ B  |___gramme “hov ro turn a show  ... ... ° n li, “ rsda > VJ u y 4) at the  W j S  p re pjred .ind prt into a showpiece.” with Agriculture and rhe Department.of Supplies m Vineyard ioun. At right is Police sented to the Central out losing the support ol Prime Minister wil! bt t ommissioner Herman Ricketts.    Show (onnmttee and the faithfuls while at the kevnore speakers  hrorn in entertain ■    ment standpoint, the  Show will open with '    marchbands. colourful  costumes and increased fanfare, «.lule each dav  ,    will have a range ot   1     stage shows, magic  '    shows, participative con  tests and kiddies* enter tainmenr The tradition al horse, cattle and livestock |udging will take place along with crops and parish pavilion contests At the end of each day rhere will be a ’ fa|or pop and entcrtan. lent show featuring line of the island s best  ;ates  and along the sFow-  ground’s entire bor-  1 n L li    / ders The Polite, JDF  nal Day, rhe Minister of  Jnd ¿ pnvjt(f WtUnty   firm vu!l be compo-  Brighten up your house Fashion up youicar  nents ol the security arrangements, which will as well, utilise both radio and canine control  "Illegal or unauthorised entnes will be virtually nnpossib !e,” Mr Mete her ob sened  “Over the three-day period, the programme anticipates combined crowds ot around 200,000 persons, and will have an adequate public ad dress svstern and oth er pedestrian control measures to cope,” the IAS President con chided  I Wood Floors |Sanded and Refintshed  i Floors Restored to Ongin«l Beauty t or Polyurethan* Finish  arquet Specialists Ltd  21 Ardenne Road KmgstOf 10 Tef 927 8S50 926-5579 927 8932  Qutuir hardwood  fLOORS  SHERWl  KS  FIRST  ÍAMS ^  i  ANY    .  1 GAL. SIZE ; SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PRODUCT CAN GET YOU IN THE RUNNING.  PUBLIC AUCTION SALE  on  TUESDAY 30/7/85, CENTRAL POLICE STATION -EAST QUEEIt ST.,  Radios, TVs, Amplifiers, Car parts, Tools, Batteries, Stoves, Clothing etc etc  MADURO & KITCHINS — AUCCS.  2)  5  OC  On the unprinted side of the label, write i your name and address and the word ‘  TRUE” or “FALSE” about this statement ^ UE   *  _ 'X' You do not have to write out the statement, just the word “TRUE” if you think it’s true, i w ^ or the word “FALSE” if you  1   HOW TO ENTER  1 ) Remove the label SIZE SHERWIM-  DEALER PRIZES TOO:  Your stamp on the label of the FIRST PRIZE WINNING ENTRY will gel you 20 GALLONS OF THE WINNING LABEL PRODUCT - 10 GALLONS FOR TV-WINNING ENTRIES  NOTE: Dealers should ensure they are identified on all labels It s the only way we can know who you are if you win a prize  ■om ANY 1 GALLON JAMS PRODUCT.  WANTED  Dry Corn Dry Cassava  • Very good prices paid.  Phone Miss Sawyers at  92-94457 or 92-65806. ARIZONA FEEDS LTD.,  5 Elgin Rd., Kgn. 5.  think it's false.  3)  Fold up the label, put it in an envelope, and addres the envelope as follows:'  SHERWIN WILLIAMS “COLOUR BUSTERS ‘85” P.O. BOX 1985 KINGSTON 10.  4| CLOSING DATE    ’ ’  Entries must be mailed by Friday, August 16,1985, for 1  drawing on Wednesday, August 21.    .  NOTIFICATION OF WINNERS  WINNERS NAMES WILL BE PUBLISHED IN THE PRESS MONDAY, AUGUST 26 (Winners will also be individually notified by telegram and informed how to collect their prizes NOTE: SUITABLE IDENTIFICATION WJLL BE REQUIRED )  RULES OF THE DRAW  The first correct entry drawn will wtn the first prize of $10,000.00. The dealer identified on this winning label will win 20 gallons of the product as perthe winning label. The next five consecutive entries drawn wi II each win a'GTR ,19” colou r TV - the dealers iden-. tifted on these winning labels wilt each win 10 gallons of the product as per each winning label.  Members of  s taft and imm*diale*f«mittei tot members of staff of Sherwin-Williams (W<)) tttf and tfttir Advertisfnj A&mcy are not •ligibt« to »nler ‘ STterwn-Willtams Paint Stores wIK not 1» ehgible for dMltr prii$* but enlrles sent in on labels of paint purchased from Ihes# stores will quality for .consumer prizes  m  z  ALL PRODUCTS  •AUTOMOTIVE PR •HOUSE PAINTS, V> & STAINS ♦BURNITURE BNtSHI  A LI F Y -  UCTS  NISHES  Por oil your  optical  requirement/  Eye Examinations *  Contact Lenses «  Fashionable Frames  Glass and Plastic Lenses *  A tradition of quality —   :  Manufactured in Jamaica by Sherwin-Williams (W.l.) Ltd.., White Mari, St. Catherine and exported throughout the Caribbean. ^  A WORLD LEADER IN THE WORLD OF FAINT  Broadbent  Broadbent  Broadbent  Broadbent  at 5 convenient offices.  1Duke Street, Kingston Telephone: B224721  Nutttll Madlctl Cantr* City Centra Plaza Croa Road*    Port Antonio  Phone 936-7672    Phon«; W3-3Q18  25 St. Jame* Street Montego Bay Phona 952-5216  Rannle Street Ocho Rio* Phone. 974-2193  Pf mi« d tiid  Pubfi'Jiid by [ht Gleaner Company Limited. 7 North Street, Kingslon, Jail)jira. Tuesdaj, Jttly SO, 1985  Broadbent Ja. Ltd. Optometrists & Opticians  /SFAPFRl  ^SPA'PF'RI  ÌHIVI   

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