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THE DAILY GLEANER. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1971.

^Nuggets Grand Gala

HOTEL

Monte wishes to inform you that all Friday and Saturday night functions for the month of December will foe suspended due to heavy bookings of private Christmas \parties. ; • • . . ,

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RADIO' and TV

ondly, visual acts will be in ated, and the Mystic RevelaJBC-7V The 1971 NUGGETS FOR THE corporated into the show al- tion of Eastafari. 9.00—Ring ping with Louise . NEEDY GRAND GALA SHOW, though it is being produced Bennett sponsored by the Jamaica mainly for Television and The line-up of entertainers in- 9.10—Sesame Street. Broadcasting Corporation, will Radio audiences. This is also cludes: The Blues Busters, The 10.10—Ring jjiflg be staged at the Ward Theatre the first time, that the Gala Fabulous Flames. Ernie Smith, 11.00—Sesame Street on Tuesday, December 14 com- .Show is being staged at the Scotty and the Chosen 'Few, 12.00—Sexton Blake mencing at 8 p.m. Harriott, ' Hopeton 12.30—Sir' Francis Drake Ward Theatre since the incep- Derrick 1.00—Headline News tion of the Nuggets for the Lewis, Bongo Herman, Les .1.02^-Moment of Truth Ms year's show is an entirely Needy Drive eleven years ago. and Bi^inji, Louise ..Bennett, 2.00—Special Movie Barmy Williams, Faith D'AguiJamaican affair, and in both 5.3d—Disneyland 1 Ja- "00—News Headlines production and presentation, The bands appearing on the lar. The Jay-Teens, The 6.02—Disneyland there is a significant depar- programme are Byron Lee and maican Folk Singers, Hoy 6.30—Bambu-Tantbu (JIS) ' the Dragonaires, The Boris Shirley, Bob Marley and the ture from the usual format. Munster . „. Gardiner Happening, who will Wailers,. Leila Ducheshe, Eric 7.00—The News, Weather and 'irstly, more entertainers from be appearing by courtesy of Donaldson, Dobby Dobson, 7.30—JBC Sports outside the Corporate Area the Little Theatre Movement; The Pe,ter Ashbourne Affair, 8.00—National Lottery will be performing, and sec- The Fabulous Five Incorpor- Pat Walker, Louis Gooden, 8.25—Alias Smith and Jones Keith Stewart, Lou Sparkes 9.20^-Saturday Night Sit In 9.50—Mqd Squad and tr Roy./ 10.50—Headline News

From the JBC TV will be pre- 10.52—Saturday Movie , • ' senter Bobby Ghisays from IJi.22—Sign Off "SATURDAY NIGHT S.ITIN" artistes from "SWEET AND LOVELY".... and models from Tivoli Gardens who have appeared on "WHERE 5.00—Lift up your Hearts IT'S AT" They will.be show- 5.07—Morning Song ing-off clothes donated by 5.15—the way to Me various fashion houses. '5.30—Oral' hooerts B'Cart 6.00—News A wealth of talent was discover- 6.06—Banana Report ed during the* JBC's TALENT fl.lO—Jood Morning, Mat HUNT SERIES and four acts 6.55—Calypso Corner which were featured on the 7.00—.RJR News J • Forecast series, will also be appearing 17.09—-Weather 10—Early Moinlng Syom on the show. They are the Report Morant Bay Ecumenical Group, 7.13—Good Morning ManCount Lebbe and the Central 7.30—Bjp News • Western Calypsopians . from 7.35—Gooc! Morning Matt Westmoreland, Roy and Junior 8.00—BBC News . from St. Elizabeth and the 8.10—Good Morning Man Roy Powell. Acrobats from the 8.30—Children's Bible Club 8.45— ifour Dally Horoscope Corporate Area. 8.50--D.J. Round-up ' '' « The Gala Show is being pro- 10.00—News 10.05—D,J. Round-up duced for the second consecu12.00-rNews tive year by Bari Jonson as- 12.09—Weather Forecast sisted by Leonie Forbes-Amiel. 12.:o—Piano .Playtime ^The set ,is being' designed by 12.25—1st Race JTBC TV Producer Director 12.35—Piano Playtime. Don Bucknor, who also de- 12.45—Association -Football Result signed the set for the very suc- 12.55—News cessful ballet "KUMINA" 12.55—2nd Race • i '. staged by the National Dance 1.00—News the L'ines Theatre Comrjany in their. 1971 1.10-^-Between 1.15—The Jet Scene Season of Dance. 1.30—3rd Race 1.40-^Tet Scene Tie show wEl.be emceed by the 2.00-^News full complement of JBC an- 2.05—4th Hace nouncers as. well. as .IjTeyille :2J10—The Jet iScene Willoughby.' Dwight Whylie, 2.35—StH Race 'Jet Scene Don Topping and Leo Allen. ,2.45—The 3.H>H5th» Race

RJR

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THE DYNAMIC 15 ARE BACK !!

TONIGHT

MANDEVILLE Here We Come To

Waggon Wheel Club with BARRY BIGGS, KEITH LYN, VIC TAYLOR, JUNIOR GRAY

Advance bookings will comni&tce at the Little Theatre on De. cember 6. Prices for admission: Dress ''Circle — $5.00; Stalls — $2.50 and'Balcony — $1.50. • '

Don't Be A Dropout for $3.

3.15—the Jet Spene 3.40—7th; Race 3.50—Th& Jet Scene 4.15—8til Race 4.20—The-Jet Scene 4.45r-9tb Race 4.55—The Jet Scene 5.0«—C£rJ»bean News

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ANNOUNCEMENT Corner of Hope and Waterloo Roads, Kingston.

MEMBERS are REMINDED of the WELCOME PARTY for the DRAGON TEAM on Saturday 4th December ' from 7 p.m.

A Musical Extravaganza BY

IIVOLI GARDENS STEEL BAND and OPEN BARBEQUE SUPPtR NO COVER — FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 936-3580

Open Daily (except Sundays) Lunch Dinner Special Rum Drinks Draught Beer ^ Oysters On Friday Nights

GLEANER WANTS WGHK WONDERS

5.10—Fisherman .Forecast ' 5.11—Caribbean Rhythms 5.15-rlOth Race '.5.35—Caribbean Rhythms 6.00—News 6.20-*Country Jamboree 6.45—Sports Round-UD 7.00—News 7.30—HJE Top '20' Sounqs 7.55—News ' 8.00^-Drawing o£ National Lpttery 8.22—RJH Top Twenty Countdown 9.00—On. The Town Ifl.Ob—News . . ' 10.09—Wea'ther Forecast 10.10—the Derrick Harriott Show case • 10.25—On • The Town 12.00—Midnight News; .

THE

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4.30—Desmond Elliott Show "5.00—Back to the Bible 5.30—Sunshine Show S.88—W,eather Hepprt 6.00—News Headlines -6,02—Sunshine . Show 8.30—News V 6.40—Sunshine Mac 7.00—JBC News 7.05—Sports Heport 7.10—You did no seh 7.25—Sunshine Show 7.30-1sFBC News , Y.40—Sunshine Man 7.58—Weather Report «. ' B.OO—BBC News 8.10—JBC News 8.15—Red Stripe Club 9.00-i-Top 100 Soundstorm' 11.30—News Headlines 11.32—Top 300 Soundstorm 12.00—Back \ to the Bible >2.30—JBC News ' 12.45—BBC Sports Round-up 12.55—Isl Hace 1.07—Saturday Blast off 1.27—News 9eaii:mes ' 1.30—2nd Race 1.45-4Saturdsy. Blast OH 2.00—Weather Forecast/Sat ii'day i • . Blast off ' .. 2.05—3rd Race 2.17—Saturday Blast off 2.40—Jth Race 2.47—Saturday Blast off '. ' 3.15—5th Race / 3.30r-News Headlines 3.32—Saturday Blast off 3.50—6th Hace 4.02—Saturday Blast off 4.25—7th Race ; 4.37—Saturday Blast off 5.00—Sth Race 5.12—Saturday Blast oif • 5.M—9th Race 5.43—Saturday .Blast Off S.5Z—Between the Lines 5.57—Banana Report 6.00—Saturday Blast off 6.10—10th Race 6.20r-Saturday .Blast off 6.30—JBC News 6.35VCarlbbean' Fiesta . 6.55—The': World r.f-Snorts 7.00r-On the Farm (JIS). 7.30-JBfi Kews . , . . . 7.35—Church Bulletin , 7.454«evlval Time B.OO^*Tational Lottery . 8.20-^ance Tihr-» 'JBC 9.0f)-^&Uiny Lee Show .. . 10.00— tfattce Tune. JB(! ll-OO-^Weather Forecast/World tomorrow 11.30— News Headline 12.00-^The Milford Edwards Show

THE BUILDING COMMITTEE of the Lodge Club v-1 So^-anna-Lq-Mar Present thdir . . FUND RAISING DANCE at JACISERA PARK (off Molynes Rd.) ON SATURDAY, .December 4th Time 9 p.m.

A REAL GIMAL That's what Mike calls his Sunday Breakfast Special of Bammy and Escoveitchjfish ( and, ftist between you and us - that's what some people call Mike - A Real Ginal). .Then there's the"Quashie - Mike's very special ackee and saltfish, and the true Jamaican favourite, Mike's "Rurr Down". Breakfast is served at Mike's 'Spanish Court every Sunday till 2 o' clock. So come, on down, you're in for quite a treat Another treat youll get as Mike's is a free Sunday Gleaner with your breakfast.

ltd. .

The Spanish Court, Kingston Arcade and the Village.'

DRAMA SOCIETY

/THE

"CAROUSEL" "Lock Up Your Daughters7 LASt

JBC

STOP!

PERFORMANCES AT THE

WARD THEATRE TONIGHT 8P.M. TOMORROW 5th CjEC. 4.30 P.M. BOOKINGS AT • • ( . - . TIMES STORE, KING STREET HI LO SUPERMARKET, TROPICAL PLAZA

PRESENTS

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TALLAWAH INTER-COLLEGIATE S FESTIVAL

AT •'••; . CREATIVE ARTS CENT-RE

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8:30 P.M. SUNDAY Sth DECEMBER , • . Vine Hall ' . . : "The Wall" ' Student : .-'Somethang ' ' Nurses ' " Old, Something THURSDAY 9th DECEMBER : Taylor HErtl : "The Professor" U.T.C. :>-;"The Dilemma" FRIDAY 10th DECEMBER . Chancellor Hall

: "Terminus"

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Mico : "The Trials', of Brother Jero"1 SATURDAY 1 1 th DECEMBER C.A.S.T; '•• : "The Rape of Fair Helen" Mary Seacole : "Dance Bongo" Tickets: 50c, Season: $1.50 at C.A.C. .

Spread Christmas warmth and cheer across the miles with special greetings from our Hallmark card collection. '

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mountains of really' wonderful toys to please every child

PERFUMES AND 3COLOGNES exquisite gifts for your lady love

DECJIth.

Hl

IAT10NAL ARENA

when only.the best is good enough.

ASSORTED ENGLISH BISCUITS

JNAIDOFCMUSTMKTH&OSHR JHECHMMNOFWESUHI KINGSTON

^fye^isrm^ Charity Ball ^uncl^^efiatronage of the

a mouthwatering treat for all the; family

mm mi PHARMACY

Vf IojiiEdvjardSeaa and

SUPPER

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Charcoal Barbecued tender calf, rum flambe; young chicken barbecued potato and green salad, Spnce donated by Worldwide Agencies

FANCY BOXED CHOCOLAp

RESERVATIONS & TICKETS$10 per person, supper and drinks Included. For tickets and reservations: Call Advertising & Marketing &5 Tobago Avenue 61231-3 or 36185 . Continuous dancing to two bands Byron Lee and the Dragonaires and Whylie Lopez & his Orchestra

Dick Gregory who will be appearing exclusively for the Christmas Charity Ball, will be flying Air Jamaica and staying at the SheratomKingston Hotel

THE MERRY CHRISTMAS SHOP

1971-12-04(2)  
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