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[[image - black and white photograph of three seated women and 20 other women standing behind them]]
Standing Left to Right: Catherine Watts, Jean Gordon, Terrecita Watkis, Alice Smith, Eloise Shelton, Ellen McCatty, Joan Stukes, Maureen Peterson, Ethel Charles, Ilza Williams, Joyce Campbell, Cheryl Starke, Jacquelyn Ray, Ardrena Cooke, Lennie Jackson, Ida Davis, Rosalyn Whitehead, Mary Reid, Deidre Jones, Grace Wheeler.

Seated Left to Right: Anne M. Davis, Executive Director, Bernice Sumlin, Supreme Basileus, Mildred Stuart. [[/caption]]

[[image - black and white photograph of a woman wearing sunglasses and hat]]

I love my side of Barbados because there isn't anything I want to do that I can't do there.

I can walk on a wide white beach and swim in the warm blue Caribbean. [[image - sketch of ocean waves]]

I can dance until the moon turns into the sun. [[image - drawing of  crescent moon superimposed over left side of sun]]

I can buy great things for beautiful prices.

And, best of all, my side of Barbados is right next to his. [[image - drawing of a straw handbag filled with packages]]
[[image - black and white photograph of the woman from first photo, now drinking a large tropical drink, with a man standing next to her]]

Just 21 miles long and a smile wide.
See your travel agent or call or write:
The Barbados Tourist Board
800 Second Ave., N.Y., N.Y. 10017 (212)986-6516

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