THE DAILY GLEANER, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1975.
OPENING WEDNESDAY at CARIB & HARBOUR VIEW (A) Adult* 16 & over
'Some films have a special quality... J —" this is one. DON'T MISS IT: ^ Margaret Hvuma't Daily Ma '. 1
PLEASE NOTE: No 10 «.«. Matinee Showing of "SMILE ORANGE" Tod. & Tom. at CARIB LAST 2 DAYS •
£12031GB II Ton. 7:
Today ~5 :00 & 8:30
(A) Adnlti 1« fit Ortr
Hie International Award Winner treeorrtgneV
crar Starring: Carl BRADSHAW
SPECIAL PRICES: Carib — Balcony B*zci »Z.M. Stall Boxei I2.M. BiltOBT S1.50 * Btalli S1.M HARBOUR-VIEW Drtre IBB Tkwtre t*.W, SOBRT! NO COMPLIMENT AKY PAS SIS.
Palace — Ton. 7:30 FIVE ON THE BLACK HAND SIDE, BEACH HEAD & CAGE OF EVIL
Ton. 7:30 (A) Adults 16 & Ovei 5 CARD STUD, FEVER HEAT & ROBBERY
Gaiety — Ton. 7:30 Majestic — Ton. 7:00 (A) Adults 16 & Over HAMMER HEAD, CA) Adult. 16 & Over TANK FORCE & RETURN OF SAHOOK LINE & BATA, MOSQUITO SINKER SQUADRON & ONE THOUSAND PLANE ODEON (M/vUe) Ton. BANDITS FROM SHANTCNC RAID CAPRI (May Ptn) Ton. (A) ONE-AKMCO BOXKB
STRAND (MoBay) TOD. HONBT BABY
Merry Go Round every one else. and wife H\acmth CloveJ a Last week's crowd behavpopular request on ^ t h e iour at the Santos-Cosmos __ _ _ . , . , KI 11 The Dream Concert vie might radio £ match at the National! ^^ |he fiM, b; M*.. &.H Stadium certainly showed, presenMtion f or the year, in. up the need for the high view of the government's Where The ActJorTS est security and crowd anti-inflation programme, and the drain such showscontrol at the venue, whenever any big pro- put on foreign exchange. public Service workers TODAY motions are being staged. The should be back at work by 5:15 & 8:30 P.M. I then to ensure a lighted BACK AGAIN TO THRILL With the 'Dream Concert' 1 city, buses will be running YOU The GIANT KARATE FILM being promoted by National, late, and Nasaba s expertise OF 1974 Sports Limited, only a week! on technical arrangements away, the promoters should j will be put to the test to be concentrating on ways' please the large audieme , and means of keeping things expected at the show in order. <^part from the headliners The giant promotion, featurBob Marley and Stenc Won ing Bob Marley and Stevie' der, the show features Har Wonder on Saturday night, old Melvin and the Blue will undoubtedly attract a Notes, and the Third World large audience to the staband dium, and gain there will be ' * * * Illur Notes. thousands not willing to The Jamaica Federation of pay. Musicians Tastee Limited In any event the prices of tickConcert on Thursday feaets for such promotions now- \ tured the Diamonds, with adays are being inflated out! their big sellin g single of the reach of most of the "Right Time Come", Mor younger people, many of vin Brooks and the New PARIS: whom are unemployed. Vibrations, the Pacesetters •MY M A R R I A G E to actor j •One might say that if they canand the Shades Dance Kenneth Moreis a good one. not afford a ticket, then s and his voice Group. But if I wanted to have an The headliners on next Sat-1 band's choreography, as well j voca, g COMING SOON! they should not bother to large crowd was on hand to SHOJI KARADA affair, I wouldn't be with urday's big concert at the as his singing duties. He has ! ranges from baritonc to firs, go. But all the time at the A see a unique talent of creating ' the show which was one tenor. He is an outstanding Kenny. He is a solid gold | N a t i o n a l S t a d i u m , stadium there exists the pos'THE FLYING man. Very kind, very gener- | Jamaica's Bob Marley choreography that interprets dancer and an accomplished sibility of finding an "under- of the more ettractive shows the lyrical and musical TIGER" percussionist (he has played ground" ticket merchant in the series started bv the ous. We spoil each other union and Tasiees a> a in James Brown's band). dreadfully." —Angela on ' and Stevie Wonder, had aspects of a performer into who will h a l f the price, graceful body language. better watch out for a husbandKenneth Morr Appearing on stage juit before unlike, in foreign countries means of obtaining, funds years older than she. -WNS I g r o u p w h i c h w i l l b e His ideas of choreography the Blue Notes will be where they would double for the union activities appearing before them " have been noticed not only Jamaica's Third World the price most times, or General Release by Blue Note audiences Band, who will be giving of and which has been enjoy- (and listeners too) but by FRIDAY there might be a broken w ; n Ed Bim Lewiss"Gun Court Affair", is fast becoming the their best. ing tremendous popu- some of the most soulful ' Starting dow to jump through. ; "SEX & THE time fo this big con hottest show in town with larity in Jamaica. bands around today - none even a tune from the show cert is 7.00 pm and gates The pushing, the fighting, the OTHER WOMAN" Harold Melvin and the less than the O'Jays. the "Sweetheart' featuring Bim open at 4.00 pm. fuss, and the troublf to get Blue Notes are billed as the Intruders, the Delphonics, j inside, has now become a secondary act on this major Brenda and the Tabulations ' regular feature of local big presentation by National and the Turnpikes (just to , promotions. Sports Ltd. and Nasaba Art-! list a few), all of whom have : CHARCOAL GRILLED STEAK istes Mahagement of New| employed his soulful serv- i IS Ol'R SPECIALTY Be it "The H a r d e r t h e y Y o r k . b u t p r e s e n t ! ices. The third of the origi- , Dine and wine in an intimate, truly Swiss atmm-l Come"; "Smile Orange", phere featuring excellent Swiss Continental gonr-[ indications are that they arei nal Blue Notes is Lawrence ' Santos-Boy's Town, or Bob met dishes. RESTAURANT a great favourite with local! Brown, a versatile singer i 11RUTHVEN RD.KINGSTON 10 Marley, there is going to be , fans. i who can go from first tenor ' •-, RESERVATIONS ." For reservation phone 63530. trouble to get inside. Prob iOne thing which has contrib-' one minute to a raw, natu- ' I 926-2267-922-6049 I by JAMES BACON ably the easiest way we will uted to their popularity here, ral bass the next with a learn is from our mistakes, HOLLYWOOD .is the excellent presentation i voice that sounds trained for of their current hit single! the opera. A dancer and a DIRECTOR PETER YATES and National Sports with its Special Business 1A Holborn Rd.. off Trafalcir Rd 'Bad Luck' and the album | large contributor to, the hates to admit it but he's h e a v y s c h e d u l e of pro(Press Optional) Man's LUNCH 'Where are all my Friends'. | band's success. Brown's voc- having trouble finding the motions has the edge on Harold Melvin is one of the! al versatility makes it posright man to make love to original members of the! sible for the character of the RAQUEL WELCH. Yates band, along with Lawrence background voices to mainhas a number of handsome Delicious selections THE CARIBBEAN THESPIANS Brown and Bernard Wilson.! tain perfectly intact. leading men eager for the from our Present Harold, self-taught pianist. The two newest members are role in the wild comedy,' A GREAT PLAT OF OUR TIME A-LA-CARTE arranges the majority of the Lloyd Parks and Theodore "MOTHER, JUGS AND' MENU group's material. The lead Pentagraa. Lloyd, like Lar- SPEED" which starts ini singer, he is a graceful choPARIS Remember we are ry Brown, has tremendous mid-September. •reographer with a stimu- vocal control; he can span a Vates is being careful because1 OPEN EVERY lating voice and great gift singing range from a deep the actor has to have the '1 KNOW I am a skunk not to! DAY for harmonic arrangements. take Joanna 'to the altar It ban to a mellow first tenor. right balance of good looks An American Negro Comedy \>y except Sundays. is so much more difficult for Lloyd sang with a number , OSSIE DAVIS and comedy ability. Bill CosUnique talent women. Thev just like to be FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY! Bernard Wilson is responsible of groups (nine years of pro- b y p l a y s M o t h e r a n d married I am just nervous for the proper steps the fessional experience) before Raquel, n a t u r a l l y , plays DIRECTED BY RONALD HARRISON of the disasters that little bit! Jugs iruihe story about indeband goes through; which is joining the Blue Notes. of paper can bring .Teddy Pentagrass has sung pendent ambulanre drivers to say that he arranges the Edward The Jackal Fox. with numerous choirs and.j who race each other to the OPENING: TODAY, THURSDAY, scenes of accidents. Yates ^unwed fftthrr of j^ircssj Joanna David's babv i promises t h a t the chase 25th SEPT. AT 8.00 P.M. 1 - W.N.S.' scenes, shot in Los Angeles, PLAYING Sundays at 5.00 p.m.; will be wilder than his San Thursdays, Friday*, Saturdays at Francisco "Bullit" chase. 8.00 p.m. - NANA TON. T:l«
Solid gold man
Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes could steal it
Someone to love Raquel
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Directed by lobby Ghlsoys with toil Kelly-Barrow Claudia Roblnion Linda Gambrill Down Forrester Bobby Ghlsays Andy ftathtoigh Musical Director: Barry Davies with Ian Johnson 8.30 p.m. tue*., Wad., Thur.. Frl., Sat. WAY OUT THEATRE. JAMAICA PEGASUS Tickets: S3.00 — theatre dinner tickets $8.90
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SADDLE THE WIND
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The drawing of the North St Catherine Sports Council Raffle has been postponed until Friday, 31st October 1975 at
IRONSHORE BEACH CLUB This is to notify the public that effective Wednesday October 1,1975, admission fees to the Ironshore Beach Club, Ironshore, St- James, will be:— ADULTS.. $0.50 each CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OLD $0.20 each
7.30 p. m
at a Bingo Party at the Pleasant Farm Club, Ewarton. Vendors are requested to make retmns of outstanding tickets as early as possible to the Public Relations Department, Ewarton-
SIGNEDrG. A DAWKINS SECRETARY \ \
6p.m. Saturday,October4 — 9.00a.m.—12noon JUNIOR DEPARTMENT Saturday, Oct. 4, ^ 9.00 a m. —12 noon / All students should contact the Secretary for Student Affairs, Miss Theala Hall, during the times listed above. Students will, then be taken to their Student Advisers, who will finalize with the student the *
courses to be taken. After these have been finalized, the course outline should be taken to the Secretary 40 that bills can be computed, based on the number
and type of courses to be taken.
INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN CARIBBEAN ART HISTORY TUTOR: Trevor Roche Burrowes, M.F.A. TIME: 7.00 p.m. - 8.00 p.m. Tuesdays (10 sessions, 7th October to 9th December) PLACE: Creative Arts Centre, U.W.I. FEE: $10 per person for the course. REGISTRATION: Creative Arts Centre, 8.30 - 4.30 p.m. Monday - Friday.
REMEMBER The Jamaica 4-H Clubs Island Advisory Council Bingo Takes Place Ar CURPHEY PLACE • (Near Cross Roads) on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1975 commencing at 8 00 p m. Main Prize: Jamaica Heritage Li vin* Room Suite Gate Priie: Weekend for 2 at the Rosehall InterContinental Hotel VALUABLE PRIZES AND SURPRISES! Tickets available at Jamaica 4-H Head-: quarters, 6 Richmond Ave., Kgn 10. * Admission: $3.00 (play all night)
Proceeds in aid of the 4-H club project development programme.