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Gleaner, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1985, Kingston, Kingston PAGE EIGHTEEN elect new President The olin Pagan a have elected Mr Development son technical as the new President ot their chapter Mr was elected along with other members executive a meeting which the Wortmore Jaycees held it the Bridgeport School port St C on 11 Miss Paula Nws Demse Thompson inJ Mr Milhado take office as Vice Presidents tor thi chapter the new begins in Mrs Sharon C air been ind Mrs Siott will sene In r Chapter as re during The new will on the training tor members leadership ot Mr n President the current Ja ic of the Kir thai his chapter hould strengthen its to members lollop the leadership potential need to on and in ie He hopes to draw on Bis experi tin in the and vears ot I il experience in the held ot t lining to coordinate a in in training I i toi rs dunni the coming term THE DAILY GLEANER TUESDAY JULY 30 1985 New look and outlook for the Denbigh Show New and reaching reforms of thd Denbigh rural Show have been announced by the maica Agriculture President Sena tor Courtney ri u L L Fletcher says that the changes are to achieve two basic firstly to make Denbigh more S photo to a wider POLK E National Security and Justice Minister Hon ence Winston Spaulding 2nd left in discussion with Senior Super- tne show a intendent Gerald Bramwell left about some of the greater nance equipment for the police force which presented to operation the Minister The equipment for the maintenance of police thls ln vehicles was presented to Mr Spaulding by the Charge said faire in embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany Mr Hermann Erath 2nd on Thursday July 4 at the WJS fnd Supplies in Vineyard Town At right is Police sented to the Central Commissioner Herman Ricketts Show Committee and recently adopted by the Board for beginning this year The of e programme is the the August and own while ensur ing a range of side at tractions and entertain ment to Capture tht imagination of habitual show goers young farm secondly to ers and the entire family In presenting the pro gramme to the annual JAS meeting recently Mr Desmond said the c hov into a with out losing the support ot the while at the enthusiasm of the young He said the main theme of the reforme was Denbigh Not Just a New Look but a New of giving each of hat this new theme Brighten up your house Fashion up your car FIRST ANY 1 GAL SIZE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PRODUCT CAN GET YOU IN THE RUNNING 2 On the side of the label write your name and address and the word TRUE or FALSE about this statement OR ONE OF 19 COLOUR TV'S CONTES DEALER PRIZES Your stamp on the label of the FIRST PRIZE WINNING ENTRY will get you 20 GALLONS OF THE WINNING LABEL UCT 10 GALLONS FOR WINNING ENTRIES Dealers should ensure they are identified on all labels Its the only way we can know who you are if you win a prize 5 DC 3 You do not have to write out the statement just the word TRUE if you think it's true or the word FALSE if you think it's false Fold up the label put it in an envelope and the envelope as SHERWIN WILLIAMS COLOUR BUSTERS 85 BOX 1985 KINGSTON 10 4 CLOSING DATE Entries must be mailed by Friday August 16 1985 for 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 SUITABLE BE REQUIRED RULES OF THE DRAW The first correct entry drawn will win the first prize of The dealer identified on this winning label will win 20 gallons of the product as ning label The next five consecutive entries drawn will each win colour TV on these winning labels will each win 10 lons of the product as each winning label Members of staff and of menders of staff of Sherwin-Williams Ltd and Advertising not Paint Stores wlH not be tor but entries sent in on labels of paint purchased from these stores will for consumer prizes HOW TO ENTER 1 Remove the label ANY 1 GALLON SIZE PRODUCT m ALL PRODUCTS PRODUCTS PAINTS VARNISHES STAINS Manufactured in Jamaica by Sherwin-Williams Ltd White Marl St Catherine and exported throughout the Caribbean THE WORLD OF FAINT known bands and es On Sunday August 4 a special cal service will light the morning part of that day during would be reflected in all which farmers and publicity and their families wilt be promotional material for encouraged to the show worship at Denbigh President's Day of at their r ular churches Specific structural prom a standpoint the new int prOgrammes envisage a drastic overhaul of the former ments with maximum security at all gates and along the entire ders The Police JDF and a private security firm will be nents ot the security arrangements whicH will as well utilise both radio and canine control Illegal or will be virtually Mr Fletcher ob served Over the day period the gramme anticipates combined crowds ot around sons and will have an adequate public ad dress system and er pedestrian control measures to the IAS President eon eluded first day being known as the President's Day when the Society's dent will gne the mam address Day Two the Sunday will feature the Governor General's erall aim was speech while on the h o turn a show nal Day the Minister of Agriculture and the Prime Minister will be the keynote speakers in entertain ment standpoint the Show will open with colourful costumes and increased fanfare while each day will have a range of stage shows magic shows participative con tests and kiddies enter The tradition al horse cattle and livestock will take place along with crops and parish pavilion contests At the end of each day there will be a pop and lent show featuring line of the island s best Wood Floors Sanded and I Floors Restored to Original Beauty I Wax or Finish arquet Specialists Ltd 21 Ardenne Road Kingstor 10 Pel 927 8850 927 8932 noons PUBLIC AUCTION SALE on TUESDAY CENTRAL POLICE STATION EAST QUEEN ST Radios TVs Amplifiers Car parts Tools Batteries Stoves Clothing etc etc MADURO HITCHINS WANTED Dry Corn Dry Cassava Very good prices paid Phone Miss Sawyers at or ARIZONA FEEDS LTD 5 Elgin Rd Kgn 5 Por oil your optical Eye Examinations Contact Lenses Fashionable Frames Glass and Plastic Lenses A tradition of quality Broad bent Broadbent Broadbent at 5 convenient offices Duke Street Kingston Medical CroM Roads Phone 25 St Bay Phone City Port Antonio Phonw Street Ocho Riot Phone ind Published by the Gleaner Company Limited 7 North Street Kingston Jamaica July SO 1985 Broadbent Ja Ltd Optometrists Opticians
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