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Gleaner, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1984, Kingston, Kingston PAGE TWO WHAT'S ON J Shearer tells of water schemes for island's mid-southern region THE DAILY AUGUST 1984 I i MORNING K-Miv.il '8-J National An exhibition of graphic works ccr.imics. Upstairs DowmMirs 108 Harbour Street...9.00 I xliibiuon ot original pami- by JnUrcn of KiriKMnn .nui St. Andrew r.irisli l.ilu.irs Tom Red- xhibuion new paintings by M.tnk-y by ll.isil I Ken ii-rcmics by K-nc I'r Frame t'lilre. I .tiigcrme works by I lnyil .iliott. Design .I'nnluuion Snulr'o Icry. 9l't.1 Harbour I xlnlutiim .1 Roy by Barrington NX .iFMHi .irul Jutiy Ann liar- r i n u1 IJ ope K.M. I Omit AHEKNOON New' Kingston KVENING 1C Season of I I New Kingston riieatre...S. WEATHER Vt'i-.iihiT toteeasi tor today ias supplied by the National Met. Olhce .it Mainly except for isolated showers over eastern coastal areas in the and scat- tered showers over wcs- tcYn parishes and the interior of central and eastern parishes during the afternoon. li.iroim'tne pressures. yesterday al 7 a.m. 1014.2 nibs and .it 7 p.m. 1013.9 nibs. Tcmper.mires yesterday at a.m. ants I p.tiv Kingston................2G...32 Montcgo Bay.......'..26...31 New York..............24...30 Chicago..................12...27 Miami....................2S...32 .San Francisco........13...20 Dallas.....................22...S2 MOON PHASES I asi Onarter............Aug. 19 New Moon..............Aug. 26 I ust Quarter..............Sept. 2 lull Moon...............Sept. 10 SUN TIMES Sunrise....................S.49 a.m. Sunser....................6..14 p.m. TIDES FOR AUG. 16 HIGH LOW Km.il a.m. 12.01 .i.m. io2.i.tn I U4 .l.m. r.m j.m. .i.m. d.l-lp.m. p.m. Si K.it l2.Wii.in.. p.m. p.m. M.iniren Hit -.2'l.i.m. U5p.m. 'ISjvm I.IWj.m. CURRENT ITEMS The Chinese Ambassa- dor and the visiting troupe of Guangdong Ao.rob.its from the Peo- ple's Republic of China will pay courtesy call on the Governor Gener- al Sir Glasspole at King's House this morning ar I The acrobatic performances continue at National Arena this Wednesday. Friday and Saturday. Si. Andrew Jaycees will hold a forum to cope with the Vising cost of tomorrow at its head- 6 Derrymore Kingston commencing at 7 p.m. The public is to attend. The official opening of an exhibition ot paintings by Sylvester Marsh takes place at the St. I homas 1'artsh Li- Morant Bay on August 2.3 at S.30 p.in.Guest speaker will be Public Utilities and Transport Minister Pearncl Charles. The ex- hibition will run until September Walesa marks anniversary of 1980 strikes Aug. Solidarity leader Lech Walesa marked the fourth anniversary today of the baltic port strikes which gave birth to his free trade union by lay- mp a floral wreath to workers shot dead in 1980. A small crowd cheered Walesa as he laid the flowers at -a monument to the work- ers outside the Lenin shipyard in Gdansk. GLEAMR WANTS WORK WONDERS LIONEL Two projects one for irrigation and drain- the other for in- creased domestic water supply were an- nouneed here last Sun- day. A large-scale feasibili- ty and engineering study of the mid-southern part of the island covering acres to deter- mine water demands and oth- er factors and a water supply to in- crease domestic supply to the areas served by the Kemps Hill scheme covering Gimme-me-Bit to Port- land were the projects announced by Deputy Prime the Rt. Hon. Hugh' Shear-r M.P. for South larendon. Mr. Shearer' was ad- dressing the Area 6 C ouncil of the Jamaica Labour Party at the Bus- tamante Secondary School where he gave details of the schemes. He said the feasibili- ty engineering design will include the Claren- don Plains of which ap- proximately acres are now inadequately Ir- rigated as a result of worn salinity ineffi- cient water distribution and water loss. The programme over the 18 month he would include wa- tersheds for irrigation and drainage WHITE PINE For sale Limited Quantity Top Quality PRICED unbelievably low Come early and avoid the RUSH. TEL 92-92190. OFtjr -Daily Published by The Gleaner Company Limited Managing Director OLIVER CLARKE Financial Director ROBERTS Editof'Director HECTOR WYNTER Company Secretary FRANK HAWKINS Advertising Manager HENRI HENDRIKS Acting Circulation Manager HENRI HENDRIKS HEAD OFFICE 1 NORTH STREET. BOX 40. KINGSTON Telephone 92-23400 BRANCH OFFICE WESTERNWREAU 34 UNION STREET MONTEGO BAY Telephone 952-2454 systems for land and farming water re- water demands for other users and land .reclamation. The totaj project cost is estimated at U.S. of which the actual foreign cost is estimated .at U.S. million. Some elements of the project are at state of preparedness to allow implementation-to commence as early as next month and to con- tinue through to 1987- The meeting ap- plauded news of the im- proved water supply project which Mr. Shearer said would cov- er of Kemps Gimme-me- Lionel Race Mitchel Town Portland Ridge. The project is designed to increase the supply 1.25 million gallons per and is estimated to cost U.S. The work involves harnessing of the Ver- narnfield erection of a 250 pump and miles of transmission a and improvements to ap- proximately 6 miles ofj distribution network. Colombian Govt. warns rebels on peace talks Aug. 14 Colombia's National Security meet- ing after renewed guer- rilla violence claimed 42 today warned the rebels that the Govern- ment's willingness to en- ter peace talks was not a sign of The Council called an emergency session af- ter rebels of the M-19 attacked -the City Hall and police station in 300 km south of in revenge for the killing of M-19 founder-mem- ber Carlos Toledo Plata by unidentified gunmen the day before. DEATHS DEATHS ANDERSON Late of 2F Water Kgn. 16 passed away under tragic circum- stances Leaving 4 chil- and other relatives. Fu- neral service at Holy Trinity North Street on Thursday at 3.00 p.m. Interment in Dovecot Memorial Pork. Harold Of 19 Beethoven Kings- ton age lots of the Ministry of Foreign died August 13th in the Be- thesda Institute of Maryland. Leaving mother father Vemon Bart- sister Dr. Celia Ramcho- ran and brother-in-law Dr. Rowley Ramcharan Further arrangements will be announced. ELECTORAL OFFICE VACANCIES RETURNING OFFICERS and ELECTION CLERKS The Electoral Advisory Committee established under the provisions of the Representation of the People Electoral invites applications for the posts of Returning Officers and Election Clerks for the undermentioned Returning Officers St. Andrew Western Southern Hanover Eastern Manchester South Election Clerks Kingston West Central St. Andrew West Central St. Andrew South Western St. Andrew Southern St. Andrew North Western Portland Eastern St. Mary Western Clarendon North Western St. Catherine North Western Manchester South The duties and responsibilities of the post of Returning Officer include the preparation ot the official list of electors and the conduct of all elections for the constituency. The Election plerk will be required to assist the Returning Officer in the performance of his duties. Applicants should be persons of strength of character and balanced judgement and should own a reliable motor car. Interested persons should apply in writing giving a resume of their qualifications and experience and submit-testimonials from two referees. Applications should bt unt The Director of Elections 43 Duke Street Kingston. not later than 5th 1984. BRODERICK Dervln Con- Of 74 Mead- owbrook Avenue and Air Con Trix 139V4 Max- field passed on in the Kingston Public Hospital on Aug. 1984. Leaving wife daughters Joni and son Christopher and 2 grandchil- dren. Funeral service takes' place tomorrow Thursday 16th at The Sunset Shooters Hill at 3 p m. No floral tributes. Donations in aid of The Temple of Light Sunday School. COLLIER Dr. Adri- an of Falmouth Health passed peacefully away in London on July 1984 at the age of 70 years. Memorial service to be held at the Knibb Me- morial Church Falmouth on August 1984 at 4.00 p.m. GOUOH Alpton Laonotot Formerly of 13 Gtenmore Kingston 16 and late of 1_. toyd's retired Accountant of United Fruit passed away leaving nieces Erty Barbara Stuart Vanessa close Jessis Lloyd. Camilla Amy sisters and brothers ol the Laymen's Home Missionary and other relatives. Funeral service at Dovecot Chapel. St. John's St. Catherine at 3.00 p.m. on Sun- day Interment In the Memorial Park. HALL VtoM -Late of Morris Portland 37 Riverside New died on the leav- ing daghter brother Afcnon Broughton.j nephews arid other relatives. Body leaves House of Serenity Fu- neral Orange on Sunday 19m for funeral service 2.30 p.m. at New Haven S.D.A. Duha- ney Park. Interment follows in the Dovecot Mem. Pork. JOHNSON Eardtey Age late Sates Manager B.H. Paints. Ltd. and of 96 Canal died on August 1984 leaving wife chil- dren brothers Maxwell Claude and sister Dr. Daphne John- son. Funeral service at Angli- can church ol Bridgeport on Aug. 18 at 2 p.m. Burial follows at Dovecot Memorial Park.______ JOHNSON Died wife Gwen- sons Dughters Hazel and Rena and other relatives. Body lies in state at the Church of God of Pennants on Thursday Au- gust 1984 at 2 p.m. for funeral service at 4 p.m. In- terment in the family plot. DAVIS Sydney Of Bangor age 79 died in the Buff Boy Hospital on 9th August 1984. He leaves wife sons daughter great one one nephews and other relatives. Funeral service takes place at St. Phillips Anglican Bangor on Sunday 19th August at 2.30 p.m. Interment follows in the fami- ly plot. DUNCANSON William Per- Of 6 Moll died on the leaving daughters Stewart and Mrs. 5 grandchildren and other rela- tives. Body lies in state at p.m. Funeral service at p.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of the Angels 75A Molynes Rd. Interment at Dovecot. No donations will be ac- cepted in aid of the Church. ESCOFFERY Irwin Lote of St. .died August leaving wife sisters Alda Rita. Funeral service takes place at the St. Johns Methodist Number Montego August at 3.00 p.m. Interment in the Pye River Cemetery. Dona- tions will be taken for the Church Indigent Fund. Advenfists to hold Festival of the Laity Lay preachers and Ministers from Jamaica and the English-speaking Caribbean in all will attend a Festi- val of the Laity at West Indies in Man- from August 15 to 19. A previous Festival was held for the region in Barbados in 1979. The theme will I Officials from the Church's headquarters in in the United will in- clude Pastors G. Ralph and J.R. Min- isterial Also from the Inter-American Division will be Pastors George Presi- Carlos Aeschli- Ministerial and .Sergio Lay Activ- ities Director. Remember Our CAFETER Kingston Entertainment Centre NEW KINGSTON'S LUNCH SPOT EN DAILY FROM 11 .30 A.M. tb 2.30 P.M. FOR AND DUR ING SHOWTIME EVERY NIGHT I ADEQUATE PARKING ORPORTABLE RADIOS OPENING TONIGHT Over IJKN HcttOiKH IUIMIUHT IU IN CM A 1 16 THE MISSION TO CRACK YOU UP PACKED WITH LAUGHTER... WILD WACKY LEGEND BIOLOGY AND THE OCCULT ...ON THE EDGE OF JOHNSON Enid HHgente Mm. KM Late of Hanover died at Lucea Fri- 'day 10th. Leaving husband Uton Mayor of Son Lloyd daughters Shirley Local Government Montego Loma Knock- olvo Valerie Emtyn Church Tea- chers College eleven rela- tives and friends to mourn. Funeral service at the Jeho- vah's Witness Kingdom Hanover August 19th p.m. Inter- ment in the Lucea Cemetery. JONES Enwet Late of Mai- St. Elizabeth and Bethle- hem Teachers' died leaving wife son son-in-law Fer- land daughters Daphne Osie Parish sisters Es-. mie and grandchildren. Funeral arrangements to be announced. KIRKBY Mra. Either Age 97 late of Santa Hill Spaulding Clarendon died on leaving children Doslyn Roy 2 1 grandchil- great grandchildren other relatives. Body leaves Lyn's Funeral Thurs. to St. Luke An- glican Church Sanguinetti for funeral service ot 4 p.m. In- terment in the Church Ceme- tery. In lieu of flowers a donation will be token in aid of the church fund. McLEOD Ina Of 12 Halifax Ave. Kgn. 6 died 'Au- gust 9 leaving sisters brothers'Bertie George other relatives. Funeral service on Wednes- day August at 4.00 p.m. at Methodist Church. Interment in the Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers offering for Provi- dence Church Organ Fund. DEATHS MeCALLA Cephlyri Widow of Pilot Izet Mc- late of 4C Upper Ivy Kingston 5 died on August 1984. Leaving son daughter-in-law sisters brother nephews and other relatives. Body leaves Bryan's Funeral Home n Thursday to the St. James Cathedral Spanish Town for funeral service at 400 p.m. Inter- ment in the Dovecot Memori- al Pork FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION IS WHERE The Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago will be offering the following three Van Carriers for sale by Public Auction oh the 22nd 1984 at 2 p.m. at King's Port Port of Trin- idad W.I. TWO VAN CARRIERS' Model VC 8 wheel 20' and 40' Container Handler. New in May 1977. Engine V8 cylinder 504 cub in Cummins Diesel. Max. H. P. 1ST BMP Governed R.P.M. 2500 Fuel tank capacity 341 litres Av. Fuel consumption -27 32 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Volt Battery wilh electric. charging system and audio warning equipment. TRANSMISSION 7 Torque Converted with power shift and- finaP drive. BRAKING SYSTEM Foot brake dual with safety fea- i Mechanical parking brake. SUSPENSION AND WHEELS Each'wheel is individually suspended .and fitted with 1400 x ply rated tyres. STEERING Six wheels steer with hydraulic power steering. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Two tandem gear type pumps supply oil to lift side shifting and twist lock mechanism. LIFT MECHANISM Lift frame is hydraulically hoisted and mechan- ically stabilised within carrier frame. Telescop- ic. Lifting capacity 40' and 20' 74000 Ibs. and 67200 Ibs. Stacks containers 3 high. OPERATORS CAB All steel operator's with glass all located at 90 to direction of travel. WEIGHT Service weight with lift frame-110081 Ibs. OPERATING SPEEDS Lift 30 Lowering 45.2 Level -15 mph. ONE VAN CARRIER Model Model 512 6 wheel 20' container handler. New in May 1974. ENGINE V 6 cylinder 378 cub. ins. N.A. 4 cycle Cummins Diesel. Max -155 BHP 3300 R.P.M. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM x 12 Von electric charging sys- tem and audio warning equipment. All specifi- cations are similar to the. VC 830L with the exception of the lift beam which is fixed at 20' and stacks 3 high. This unit is missing Hydraulic valves and fittings. The above Van Carriers are in the Crane Maintenance Garage of the Port Authority of Trinidad and and can be inspected by arrangement. For further particulars apply The Manager Port Operations Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO TELEPHONE 62-32901 or direct 62-52644. No. 3477 PATT WG General Manager Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago. MUIXINS i_ Leo Late of Upper Somerset died 9.8.84. Leaving daugh- ters Leonie and Do- lores sons-in-law Vtticent and grandsons grand- daughters Judith and Suz- brother Allan Funeral service at Christ Vineyard Town on August 1984 at 3.00 Interment follows at the St. Andrew Parish Church Cemetery. Half Way Tree. An will be. tak- en in aid of the Church's Outreach Programme. MCKAY viRis ATHELSAA J.P. Age 72 yrs. late of Hanover died on Friday August 10. 1984 leaving husband Ron- sistrs Beryl and brothers Renford Vic- tor son Giles Haugh- tgn of daughter Audrey Anderson stepson Manley step daughter grand neph- other relatives and friends. Funeral service will be on Sun- day. August 1984 at 3.00 p.m at the Cacoon Castle Baptist Haddington. Hanover. Interment in the fami- ly plot. No floral tribute. Dona- tions in aid Of the Cacoon Castle church building fund O'MEALLY Dorett Late of 22 Lower Mall Road died on August leaving husband daughters sons Edward and Charles. 2 grand children and friends. Funeral service will be held on Friday August 17. 1984. at Bt. Jude's Catholic Church at 3.30 p.m. interment at Calvery Cemetery. Donation will be accepted in aid of the Radio Therapy Depl. of the Kingston Public Hospital.- SIMON Lale of 7 Maiden Street. Kgn. 16 passed away leav- ing husband Linval Si- other relatives and friends. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced. SILVERA Frank Late of 4 Nutmeg Kingston died August 1984 at the age of leav- ing wife sons Oliver Edward Herbert daughters Karlene Erica twelve grand- other relatives and friends to moum their loss. Funeral service' at Dovecot Chapel on August 18 at 4 p.m. Interment at Dovecot Park. THOMAS Leonelle Mrs. Late of Water- St. Catherine and 20 Garden Kingston died on August leaving husband Gustavus J.P. daughters Mrs. Ena Thomas- Smith Matron Mrs. Geraldine Kerr Sybil Pantry University Mrs. Daphne Dunstan Nursing Education Unit and School of Nursing. University Mrs. Eunice Williams Mistress St. sons Clinton Lukie Julius sons-in-law Mr. D. Sam Mr. G. C. Mr. Freder- ick Dunstan and Mr. Nathan daughter in law grand great grand nephews and other relatives to mourn her loss. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced lot- TAYLOR Luther Merita Late of 9 Text away leaving wife daughters Joyce Huie House 56 Constant Spring Shirley. Bev Janice sons Vincent Owen Maurice Spring Police grand great grand nephews and other ret atiyes. Funeral service at Sun- set Chapel. Shooter's Hill. St. Andrew oh Sunday at 4.09 p.rru Interment hi the Sun- set Park. WAITE toHde IsoHne Of Cocoa Cross Manchester. Died on. the Leaving daugh- ters Dorothy Mrs. Shirley Blair Mrs. Tenneth Mrs. Janet sons Leo Guy Prince Waite sons-irvlaw Winston Melbourne Carl grand sister brother Frank other rela- tives. Funeral service wil be at St. Joseph's Catholc Cross MOTH Chester on Thursday 16th 1984 at 2.30 p.m. Interment in.the family .Cross wB be taken in aid of Church Organ Fund. WILLIAMS Late of Richmond Washington Gardens and St. Thomas and'moth- er of the late Gene Williams ppssed off on the 11.7.84. Leaving sons David .and Ed- gar of daughters Eu- -phie Murray of All Island Evangelistic Ervena Williams grand daughters and Shirley Murray Local and Foreign Missionaries and.fif- teen other grand and great grandchildren. Funeral Serv- ice at Disciples of Christ .70 Kingston at 3.00 p.m. on Silndjy August inter- ment at Norris Stl Thomas. 78. INMEMORIAM BONITTO Raymond In loving and unfading memory of our dear son who left us on 15th 1980. Sadly missed Parents Kenneth Joyce sisters .and- Other relatives. TOMLINSON Arthur Can- Late of Auditor Gener- als Department and Sov-ia- Mar died peacefully on the 14th inst. leaving mother brohters Bert. Sisters Fay and Luclnde. sis- nieces and neph- ews and other relatives. Funeral on Saturday 18th inst. Wesley Methodist Church Sov-la'-Mar ot 4 p.m. Thence to Tate Cemetery for interment. CHRISTIE Herman In loving memory of a dear husband and father-who left us on the '-'Life moves on and years 'go' 'by But memories never fade nor Deeply missed Wife children Ray- Eliza- Walter. CHRISTIE Herman In loving memory of a be- loved and devoted brother. To live in the hearts of those who love you is riot to die You left so suddenly No chance to say goodbye Our secret tears still flow God knows. Sadly missed Sister Eileen. the rest of family. HALL Sybil In mem- ory of a darting'. sister and sfster-in-law who died 15.8.83. for the touch of the vanished-hand. And the sound of the voice that is We miss you. Game Rinnie HIBBERT-8YGRAVE of In loving memory of a dear grandmother great grand- mother who was called to be with her on the'l Ith of one sad .year ago- Alight in our life has A voice so sweet is still we ofteri wonder why But all is well that's done by thee. Sadly rnissed grand great grand son-in-law daugh- ter-in-law. MEMQRIAM PETAL D. CLARKE In laying memory of a dear one who slipped away on AugUHl God gave us strength to accept Courage to face life without But memories never fade or When thoughts go back as often at they do. Today and always we. think of Remembered Aunt Muriel. In this year celebrating our Golden Jubilee. Madden's Funeral Supplies Ltd. Salutes its Founders. LESLIE MADDEN Aifnt 1966 HAZEL MADDEN Imwy 1974 Tkt floldtn enfMeei hi to fetthfyl werrleri eemei IMr nil tweet It tke el kliit ANelele.
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