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THE DAILY GLEANER. FRIDAY P^CEMBER 3, 1976

The Last, Word THE PRISONERS

-REHABILITATION

COMMITTEE

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Free public! concert this ' Sunday

PARIS (WNS) .L]fe ltse]{ a the interesting I m all for marnage I ve thmg No regrets Absolutely two- parents who ve witnessed non£, . _ Bmrsh actre ss for me that it can and does joyCE GRENFELL who has work It needs working at )ust put,i,shed her memoirs needs- a bit of tender care ..joyce Grenfen Requests the and nobody seems prepared to pieasure do that <\nd mamage is the right wav to bring up a child 0 - Actress SARAH MILES. 1 'We'd like to get manned J because we d love to have a I baby and I won t have one TONIGHT I u n t i l I'm m a r r r e d " — TWIGGY a b o u t h e r b o y I fnend American actor Mich }eal Witney, a w a i t i n g a j divorce

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(Under the Auspices of The Ministry of Justice) •WVITE YOU TO ATTEND

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SUMPTUOUS SEAFOOD BUFFET

VICTORIA MUTUAL'BUILDING SOCIETY 73 HALF WAY TREE ROAD

Sunday, November 28 to LUNCH

Saturday, December 4 1 10:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M.

IN AN ELEGANT SETTING TONIGHT Dancing under the strains to RUDDY EVANS Tom. Night: SUGAR BELLY LESLIE BUTLER & TINGA STEWART

'Devon 'House

Corner Hope and Waterloo Roads FOR RESERVATIONS TEL: 936-3580/1

EARNING AND

"IVORY BALLS": 32 concentric ivory ballls in open-work, each ball enclosing another and is rotatable. The column

LEARNING

TONIGHT! TONIGHT!

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CALABAR HKH SCHOOL

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,Mr:Thornas

ON THE SCHOOL GROUNDS DECEMBER 3rd, 1976 AT 7 P.M. MENU: BARBECUED CHICKEN BARBECUED SPARE RIBS CHINESE FOOD THE TIDES BAND AND VARIETY SHOW GATE PRIZE: TRIP FOR 2 TO GRAND CAYMAN PROCEEDS IN AID OF PURCHASING A SCHOOL BUS TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM THE SCHOOL OR ANY CALABAR STUDENT $4 EACH With the Compliments of

For your lunchtime pleasure the Top presents a •' , lively show of men's and women's fashions byone of Jamaica's most original designers . everything from resorf wear-to evening dress. Buffet lunch $7 50 plus 10% * service charge. From 12.30 p.m. No cover charge.

HARDWARE & LUMBER LTD. That's what Sheraton's doing for you

now!

Sheraton-Kingston Hotel New Kingston, Kingston 5. Tel. 92-65430,

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supporting the balls is encircled by figures of performing acrobats. This is one of the highlights in the current exhibition of Chinese Arts and Crafts at the Olympia International Art Centre. The exhibition closes i tomorrow..

Craftsman presents hats

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THE FUND RAISING COMMITTEE

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to^TBdirector "My family has been making hats for a long time . I myself have been making Jippi-Jappa hats for more than fifty years." _—-This^was the comment made by 71 year-old Reme niah Smith as he presented a set of beautifully crafted Jippi Jappa hats to Tourism Direc tor, Adrian Robinson recently. Mr. Smith, an ex-offender, originally from Gtengpffe, St. Catherine, described in detail the characteristics of his distinctive hats. He traced the intricate patterns for which such descriptive names as 'daisy-lace' and 'cord-and-diamond' were corned. "The young people nowadays don't know many of these styles/' Mr Smith pointed out. In thanking the craftsman, the Tourism Director noted that there were many Jamaicans who possess artistic skills of an extremely high quality He said that it was his hope that such talents would receive the necessary encouragement from all sectors of the society -JTB

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GIVING mode easier

WEEKEND!

FBI., DEC. 3 - SUN., DEC. 5

Third World band and the Richard Ace group will be the major supporting acts *••••••••• on the big 'Smile Jamaica' concert m the Natidnal Heroes Park Kingston, this Sunday afternoon Bob Marley and the Wallers AT THE DEVON HOUSE GROUNDS J and the I Threes headline SEE JAMAICAN ARTISTS & CRAFTSMEN AT WORK J the attractive package which is being presented free to * POTTERY by Joan Taylor * NOVELTIES by EH! Craft:* the people of Jamaica pnn * ORCHIDS by The Orchid Sac. 4 PAINTINGS by ThoC* cipally through the cpm Jamaica School of Art * TOYS -ft CARDS BOOKS by The '• bined efforts of Marley and Operation Friendship * JEWELCRAFT by Tho Polio-* the cultural section of the Rehabilitation Centre * LEATHER by Ronnie Clarke «r • Prime Minister's Office Andrew Gordon * WOODEN & METALTOYS by 'Impact1-** Added attraction to the Rich Women's Co-op it SEWING, BATIK. LARGE. CUSHIONS by>* ard Ace segment will be the The Bryan* & WATER COLOURS/ MACRAME, HANGINGS' • appearance of his sensation by Susan Shirley * WASTE PAPER BASKETS & WOVEN,. 9 al drumming son Richard CHAIRS by The Salvation Army * CHILDREN'S ART-** Ace Jnr , the 11 year old TABLES ir MAKING POTS WITH WHEEL by Art School &i* maestro whose works with Cecil Baugh * WOOD CARVING by Austin Campbell *rvZ the sticks have won acclaim FINGER POTS by Norma Harrack * WOOL SPINNING. ^?J here and overseas Two other acts on the package feature th& Light of Saba • MUSIC by SUGAR BELLY • drummer's and the, St • DISCO by ROY REID '-J Anne's Dancers The Third World, aftentrmes • FOLK SONGS by HOPE ff described as the first Jarnai( HOWARD & AINSLEY DEER if can band to fully realize the progressive potential of reg- • CHRISTMAS CAROLS by .: • gae , are now based in San WORTLEYHOME : J Francisco after a successful overseas debut in the United • POETRY READING by 3* "Kingdom i GLENWOOD LAWRENCE ?S Individually the Third World ; is Stephen Coore on lead gui • PUPPET SHOW — 2:30 P.M. | tar bass, harmonica cello • FASHION SHOW BY .' <J and percussions, Michael Cooper, keyboards, per CLAUDIA — 4 PM. || cussions and vocals Rich • ard Daley, bass guitar, per * SKATEBOARD Oenfo. by Nlg«f Andrade 'gi 'cussions and vocals, Irvm Jarrett, congas, Bunny Delicious JAMAICAN LUNCHES & Clark, vocals and William Stewart drums AFTERNOON TEAinTheGroggShoppe^ Richard Ace, a musician with enormous potential has added a new dimension to his group since making some adjustments to his usual cabaret acts When he terminated his regular act at the Pegasus' Talk of the Town in October) it was, as he CORNER HOPE & WATERLOO ROADS said then, "To.launch a •"•<§ more meaningful career %••••••*•**••••••*•«•••*••*•••* based on the musical and cultural movements in the country" ^ IF YOU ARE ow m addition to Richard himself at the keyboards the group includes Val Douglas, bass, Willie AND LOVE THE SUN COME TO Lmdo, guitar, Milte •Rich ards, drums and Densil Lamg, percussions Sunday s entertainment is expected to run over two and -a half hours and show tor t time is 5.0Q.p m ^^^ Cool, quiet, private relaxation RATES: 1

TOMORROW 5- 12 P.M.

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Exhibition of

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IT'S A FAMILY AFFAIR!

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FOND OF FUN

CASA MARIA HOTEL Port Maria .

GLYNEBOURNE THEATRE

(I mile past Blue Mountain /nn Newcastle Roatl /el 7II&491 4 presents

A Night of operas featuring

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Louis Gooden accompanied by

Hazel Lawson-Street. L R A . M . , A R,C M , C RS M

Saturday, Dec. 4th 1976 at 8.00 p m. " Tickets may be purchased at Headers Book Stalls Liguanea and Manor Park Plazas or at int. gate Adults S3 Children S!>

SINGLE (INCLUDES BREAKFAST),* S • 5 DOUBLE (INCLUDES BREAKFAST) Telephone: 92-62092/3 or 994-2323

ABBEY COURT! BADMINTON CLUB BUILDING FUND RAFFLE The drawing for this raffle was made at the offices of British Airways, 102 Harbour Street Kingston on 10th November. 1976 in the presence of representatives from, the Honorary Auditors Mair Russelt and Partners The winning tickets draw were,as follows ° 1st Prize 2 return tickets to London by British Airways Ticket no 28407 Kubena Bolton ' 17 Church Street, May Pen 2nd Prize 19 Television set Ticket ho 02817 c/o Public Relations dept ' r , Alcoa Minerals Inc 10 Grenada Cres ' > Kingston 5 3rd Prize 1 A /KM portable radio i Ticket no 24574 Miss D Bailey c/o Liguanea Drug &, Garden Cent 134 Old Hope Road j Kingston 6 Winners have all been notified. The organisers wish to thank the public for the support given to this raffle

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Have the next round on us. Come and tee off at Upton's 18 hole golf course. It is waiting to challenge you and there's been a special tournament arranged for the weekend. While you are playing, the family can go horseback riding. So pick up your bag and come and play ... just play. Carib Ocho Rios is the ideal place to swing this weekend.

Carib Ocho Rios

3 DAYS £r 2 NIGHTS!

SPECIAL GOLF WEEKEND PACKAGE! FRIDAY-SUNDAY 5P.M. All Suites, self-contained £r fully-equipped

The Special Seiko Sale is here again in time for Christmas

STUDIO - $18

10 DAYS ON IY!

1 BEDROOM - $24

Ghte a Seiko this Christmas It's the perfect time.

(2 persons)

(Family of 4)

2 BEDROOM - $36 (Up to 6 persons)

Plus 10%

CHILDREN andSo^. (Under 12 FREE!) room tax TEL: 0974-2441

TROPICAL PLAZA TEL: 92-66062

JEWELLERS MANOR PARK PLAZA TEL: 92-45227

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This Christmas tell her iow much TOPAZ you love her. A gift will tell it all. We have the most beautiful selection in of Rings, Earrings, 10K, 14K and Sterling SSilver, with precious and semi-preciov » stones thing you are 1 >okuig f


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