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Kingston Gleaner {Newspaper} - 1982-11-29,Kingston, Kingston Put amp a two to Days Essa i h.1u Mcd 1 his time the i old is in the right and i and my people Are m the a Rong. Entreat the lord 9 21 1 i daily gleaner Mono. Go blames population Rise As economic Block the daily gleaner monday november 29, 1982 Intel farm Man arrives the governor general his excellency the most Hon. Sir Florine Glasspole has pointed to the increasing population As a Inai or deterrent to Jamaica a econom Whai s on Tofta development. 3 in Luyat a a As we Rake one step Forward then the population increase puts us Back two Steps. If this trend continues then god help us by rhe end of this Century Quot sir Fronzel said at the 33rd annual confers acc of the Jamaica legion of the British Commonwealth sex servicemen league held at Curphey place Kingston 5, on saturday. Sir Florine also spoke out against what he described As an element in the jamaican society that seeks Only a to grab left Ghr and Centre Quot devoid of any concern for the country. Morning Deniage exhibit on a out of Manv land we love Quot out standing jamaican artists upstairs downstairs gallery 108 Harbour St 9 00 exhibition of tags by George Rodney Bolivar Gal Lerv Lagro a Road. 9 00 Fth Ibison of ceramics by Oene Pearson and drawings by Toul Cooper the Frame tango inc place annual exhibition of soft and Ooden toys and bats fab re Quot i Jamaica town ii for the handicapped 91 Hope Road 900 Kapos castings and paintings a Larrv with collection a to West building the mall. 9 00 a your Hent age in dance Quot National Library of Jamaica exhibition 12 East Street 9 00 works by Barry Watson Gal of Tiv barn Gron 70 Hope Road 9.00 a the Golden age Quot exhibition b 2� jamaican artists. Mutual i Ife gallery Oxford Road 10 00 exhibition to Mart first Arini Tersar. Harmony Hall Ocho Rios 10 00 Axhi Bivion mating first Crary. Harmony Hall Ocho 10 00 r m court sittings 10 00 High t Oun sittings 10 00 the weather weather forecast for today As supplied by the Caribbean met. Office at Palisades most areas will be sunny however new slight morning showers will Ai Feci sections of the North coast and St. Thomas and one or Shours vill occur Over the Hills of Western parishes pres ii tips of Serdj at 7 j in a a h 2 nibs and 7 p in 11 12 7 Nib i i under natures Mcelmu Day at 7 and i p in Kingston 2s. 30 Monu j o24. 28 Man be i be 22 26 of Gyorkos 0-t Chicago 02. 04 \1unii 23 27 a san Francisco 3 2 1 of Rovito 06. 00 Dallas 04. 13 Moon phases Ull Moon. Nov 30 last Quarter. Dec 7 new Moo dec 13 str or Quaner. Dec. 23 Moon times Moonset 446am Moonrise. 4 37pm Sun times a Unise 6.20 am. Sunset .5 29. Tides for nov. 28 Low High Pon re i lp6am 1003 pm 2 22 7 03 Pon mourn 1 in ? 13 j m 2i1pn 625p m is Ann s Bay 103ani j53jn 319pm 453pm, More Jobity 240im 1026am 3 36 pm 7 26pm two shot dead to of four men Nho Wert caught breaking stores in Santa Cruz St. Tlizabeth and Mande Ille Manchester Verda Mornini shot dead when reportedly attacked police who accosted them a third Man was held i Hill it fourth escaped. One of the dead men has been identified As Lton Samuels. 23, upholsterer of Chham District Manchester the other is or identified according to the police information Centre about 10 am esterday Samuels sent into a bus mess place on Caledonia Road Mande mlle and stole qua Niit of goods was chased by citizens and a policeman and uhen cornered he at lacked his pursuers Mth stones and shot dead by the iceman i he unidentified was killed Hen police surprised him and two others breaking into a Bata shoe store in Santa Cruz about 2 30. When challenged one of the men attacked a member of the police a party with a knife and was shot dead. One Man who gave his name As de on Powell 19, of Balcarres Road Mandeville was held b the police 34id arrested and charged Mth shop breaking and larceny. I he other escaped jes w Ere they a he was to Man sir Florizel said that a this elements grabs All it can through corruption and other devious Means and then proceeds on a one a a it Street of self gratification at the expense and detriment of the wider population. But if this aggressive individual self interest continued the g g. Warned Jamaica a is going to remain in the Woods for a Long times for those who behave As though All is Well and foreign Exchange is available to be spent indiscriminately he said. A they Are living in a fools Paradise. We can Only begin to feel satisfied when we Are earning enough foreign Exchange to pay our Way Quot a new Era needed recognizing that a serious unemployment problems exist in Jamaica the governor general called for a a Well prepared programme to increase production to make possible a a greater distribution of urged that efficiency and hard work be the Hallmarks of activities for the next three years. A i am quite War Ned he said a we need a new god we have had peace relative to a few years ago. Turning to the financial problems being faced by the legion the governor Genera stated that he was aware of the a terrific pressure on the government but urged greater financial assistance for sex Serif iceman both from the government and private sources. Also speaking at the meeting was the minister of social Security the Hon. Neville Lewis he said Mai a was proud of the sex servicemen who Quot unselfishly volunteered to Lay Down their lives to defend those in Sciples of democracy and Justice which Al jamaicans hold dear to their Heans. Or. Lewis noted that the jamaican government had always been aware of the dislocations and hardships experienced by those who returned from War. He praised the legion for the ing High morale horrors of War tremendous Job m maintain among those returning from the a charge accepted in 1970, or. Lewis continued a the tremendous of done by the legion was recognized by the government and As a result the legion willingly accepted the charge by the government to unde Nake the responsibility of ensuring that the welfare and needs of Allex servicemen Are provided for. The minister recalled that a few months ago he was told of Lenain problems at Curphey Home and he pursued All the avenues to speedily remedy the situation. A but i am aware that the difficulties of your members do not end there and i will pursue the solution of other matters brought to my attention with All the persuasive Powers i am Able to Muster Quot chairman of the meeting mias brigadier Dunstan Robinson the director general of the inter american Institute for agricultural cooperation Mica or Francisco Morillo arrives in Jamaica this afternoon for a four Day visit. Or Morillo who is coming to Jamaica at the invitation of agn Cul Ture minister or Perci Val Broderick is scheduled to arrive at the Norman a Anley International Airport at 2 45. And will participate in a press conference to be Given by or Broderick at 3 in the Ftp lounge at the Airport the Jis says or Morillo will hold discussions with the minister of agriculture tomorrow. He is also scheduled to Call on the minister of state in the ministry of foreign affairs or. Neville Gallimore. Tomorrow and on the governor general his excellency the most Hon sir Florine Glasspole on thursday. Births in memorial of h mrs Sameer Roums a feud by announce the birth of Llie if Long a Walett baby Iii bom Tiu radar november 2s 1962 at 600 am Fyfo Het amp baby healthy and Fiat pm deaths Aub Stimmy do parian a an died sunday 26th move by of 1982 surrounded by Ner family alter a Long and Brave struggle with illness she a aur Vived by her husband Marlin Aub children Simon. Mekaal and Rebecca father Vernon Parkinson and Alma this wife sister Rosemary Mcculloch funeral Ai Range meals a Ltd be Sanrra unwed Laler Hamiton cont Lanc mfg. Died on 27th nov leaving cat uhlers mrs Barbara Hattison mrs Beverly Fergurson son in Law Callon Ferguson grandsons Cohn Atkinson Leighton Harrison of the Usa a of Force Lyle Hanson d Fredyma University Craig Ferguson funeral arrange i Menis will be announced later in memorial Tsa Fivey Rodrick d in never fading memory of a beloved Hus band father and fiend who went to Higner service Ono sad years to nov 29 1932 when we Are sad and lonely we seem to hear you wikis Pei cheer up and carry on we will Meel again one Day in a twist United still Are we Loving memories ideas Rod sadly missed by wife in and othe relatives Henderson a Stanley Handy 1 la 10 of lol 025 Flamingo re passage of t and general penile b Lary d de 22 11 82 under tragic. Circumstances leaving Mother i Fiss g dear Ivy Brothers Aslon and Lesler of Post s Telegraph Sitsler mrs Meira Henderson Les Ter and other relatives body leaves Madden s on wednesday dec i 1982 lost Michaels Church Victoria ave a be vice 2 co i Lermen in the Ian by plot Cedar Valley s1 Thonas i4lines mra dont in Loving memory of our Tje loved Molher a no Deparle this life four Saa ears oif were almost broken when to 1 Jere called to rest by cd no s besi Beai Stilu re Nacios of you Vili. Aia ays be Kepi a a sadly missed by a a Karl g and daughter Oon a and intends Palmer a charges and Agatha Lale of Boro Fidge is Ann in Loving memory of a dear Moitis 4 a her who died 22/11/53 and a 11 75 a a a a Ftfe in cuts Resi peace a Hildren Baba Beryl Softis and Giand Chitren Grizzle Jonathan Loyd who departed this life 27lh of 1380 two sad years lovingly remembered by widow Myrtle children Arl Hony Beverley Keith Soma Andrew Grace grandchildren Garvey Rodnick a in Loving memory of Ore who went to rest on the 29 11 is ii nazi s memory lives on in the funeral of Hose i hat Tove you always Mem Breed by Mike l n sister Cilery son Lloyd d id other eat Ives sex Serviceman meeting the govt nor general sir Florizel Glasspole speaking at the 33rd annual meeting of the Jamaica legion held at Curphey place Kingston 5, on saturday. Seated in the front Row from right Are major general Robert Neish chief of staff of the Jamaica de a Force or. Barry Smallman British High commissioner to Jamaica major Oliver Marshall the Hon. Powell minister of state in the ministry of Public utilities who represented the prime minister i brigadier Dunstan Robinson president of the legion who was chairman of the function brigadier David Smith and the Hon. Neville Lewis minister of social Security. Pressman barred at music festival a. Number reporters hers graph from h of jamaican id photo erred an. Ivere a from backstage by Security personnel assigned by Fechne presents in the organisers of the first Jamaica world music festival on thursday evening s Start of the show the Security men told the journal its who included representatives for Sal Ocho Rios established seafood chinese restau ads Quot Sale a Quot a 1 bedroom api Al carib Ocho Rio. Fully furnished and equipped. _ Tel. 974-5197 or 974.?0�a of the gleaner daily news and that they could Only enter if they had been Given a special pass to do so. A number of Black. Journalists were also barred White Pressman entered the area with a pass which differed in Colour from that which had been Given jamaican Pressman. But Fechne inc said that a Mandeville a Large upstairs House for Sale in Man Deville with 6 bedrooms twin Carport Gnile throughout Large Patio and water tank floodlights Etc 5 a mutes drive from town Lee Tel 962-0863. Another creamy Comers coming make your world taste Good Ferng ourt High school calling All past students re Union Day saturday december 4,1982 10 00. Part students association meeting 3 00. Paid is prese of students football match afterwards social get together. If ii am entail be on Sale Sloe isaly Steiner published by the gleaner company limited managing director Oliver Clarke financial director Christopher Roberts editor director Hector Wynter company Secretary Frank Hawkins advertising manager Henri Hendriks circulation manager Kingsley Thomas head office 7 North Street Box 40, Kingston Telephone 92-23400 Branch office Western Bureau 34 Union Street Montero Bay Telephone 952-2454 there was no racism in olved at the Gates or Mark biea7er, press director for the festival told this reporter that what had taken place was a very serious oversight on the part of the organisers. A we Are truly sorry and embarrassed and have already started to set things right Quot or bleaker said that Fey line had ensured since Neus of the incidents reached them that at least one representative of each Media House was equipped with a special entry pass to the stage area. Among the Black journalists barred were Ronnie and Vonnie Mcgowan of Hbl pm m new York Thev said they were sad to know that Quot Colot tred members of the press could be treated with such they say they have been promoting reggae music and the music festival itself but Here turned off by the a red tapes Quot that attends the organisation of the shove other journalists de i dared that they Hadj come to Inorg and not to watch the show otherwise Thev would have paid their via into the Centre and joined the dancing crowds James a Otwald Dale late of ferns Westmoreland died on november 201h leaving sons James Peter wife Corine step son Kenneth and daughter Pau line funeral service will be on monday 29lh at 400 pm Al St a Georges Parish Church Savia mar in Lement at tale cemetery a Arlig Streel Len Kee Chow Mary mrs a sow late Al 120 Decarteret pm Mandeville died 23/11/62 leaving children Winnie ins Joseph Kiflay s Wanwick grand and 3fea1 grandchildren amp other rela lives body leaves Lyn funeral Home on Mon 29 11 82 Loema Nigel Cheroti Ward ave Olande Ville for funeral service at 3 Pra interment m Itie Mandeville come Tery Stennett Arnold e. Taylor ate of Worcester St James died 2011&Quot novem Kif 1982 Leav ing sons Roy hems Lloyd Slead Man Bruce and Allan daughter Dorothea Bro liners Sisters and other Rota Tives body a eaves mad Den e Monigo Bay on monday 29th Tutov Mintier to lie in slate at the new Irwin moravian Church Tucker is James from 30 funeral service 3 internment in the family plot Worcester no Floral tributes donations wll be accepted in Aid of the Church t i gilding fund a fight Janet Al Berttia Hilda in lond and Loving Nerro y o a dear Mother Mother in Law Ard Grandizio her Riiho left us one sad year ago we know her soul rests in peace lovingly remembered of daughter Joyce Olivo Nick Anne and Clifford Hobbins Margarlt. In Long memory of a dear Mother Tio Deo arled today one year precious memories never die sadly missed by sons daughters and their families in memorial Jackson Mavis miss Mae in Momory of w so a idea 29/11/81 always remembered by Wiss Young Jackson Elhel mrs Dar Wiio Anc Mother who went of rest on the 29/11/61 one sad year Okay we cannot lord thy Pupos see 0u1 ail is Well that done by Tecc sadly missed by husband Chil Drin grandchildren and Othef Rel Alives and friends sri a ? r Parker Veronica Tets in Loving. Iti Emory of old dear Mother Graid nother and Feal grand a not he who Depa ded this life 29 11 m 6 years today Quot k a Olden heart is sleep no t to hire i i is a e soil Quot the one acc Iid to nor of us k. �5 it god s Vil Alivs or me Maxi Al t3, cd Dren Cru old Loel Kef Fla Nind g ills on ors i Law Ard Grai Gran j Parker Veronica Teta it into a of Oik do 1 t in Over of o de paned mis life Sigf to Yea s o a go in ii net to Cut ten Dom used t. Tott or Siulc is b Wiher and Pela i is Parkinson Obediah in Loving me no c a dear unc e fio Ana Aries 4 pc ars Luv. Me la Liiri Irac a the via s s p by w i do. 1 s to riptide red in phew i ton Are grand Chilo and of or Eia ves Ard trends Smith Kenneth daddy Ken n Long and url Tjing Wernor a of oter c a trend who departed this no Ctibor 1981 Ono sad ear beaut f in in of ones 0� one acc to a l 5 a cd in \ Dof a n c of per s of a c Alyssa by a Ere your tit nordics Vii a ways by Ion Weinberc Job join the or i Enda Eber a a am Othor Motif cider rip Smtth Leonard Edward in a incr of r in it in Huddard amp Dica on 29 h 82 Ono Siil Icar pc. Ore be have left a Elt up s a a up m of hoc a or be a leg by Ion to missed by it is p been children a q Ard a hearer Vande pump Vernon g n reito y of of dear one who of to High if service 2a 11. Re Iier la Iea Wilh love Jackson Leroy amp Elaine died 27/11/76 and 20/12/75 respectively sadly missed by Adassa and can Der Johnston Ruby Gracie six years have passed since you went a aay till memory Ades amp we deaf is Volt will five fair Var in our Hea is sadly missed by son Betty Lawrence Fitchard amp pc a Gay personal Gabbldon Ranford Matt ran in Loving memory of a dear Hus band who died on the 29 11 79 May the winds of love blow softly o l a Quick spot where the one we love lies sleep ing and wiil never tie forgotten today Lon Orrow or whole lives Iri rough we shall always remember you Alwa a Emen bared by i Ife Lucille sons Lascelle Aston Keith daughter Evelyn grandson Annee grandchildren and other relay us Johnston Ruby Grace in Loving memory of a dear Sis Tbs and aunt who Lefi us nov 29 1976 no More in our lives to share set in our hearts you Are Al Vays there Beryl Sonny David Geoffrey and Kevin Johnston Ruby Gracia in Oving memory of cur dear sister and aunt who left us november 29 1976 today 6 sad years deep in our hearts your memory is Kepi we love you too dearly to Ever forget always remembered try fs5ig Lulu Horace la Reite i Sonja Kirlew a Ida May in memo7 of our dear Molher and grandmother who died 26 h november 1977 always remembered by her loved ones Constantine Shaw to ise called con Shaw b one of tie late a Jami i Sha a who died b 10,s2 wishes to thank Al those Well Ushers Tio Rende de Condo once during h s Roger Jere ave Mert the parents of inc Lale Peia Gaye a an wish to Lexiena Pineir g a at Lude to All who opre Soa Pineir sympathy Anci support go Quot Ino me Lime of therr there Cavemen a a honks for or Contr but or. To the Unive sity Hospital paediatric surgical Ward an official of the Lamai de notice to farm workers it is regretted that due to circumstances Over which the management has no control it is not possible to Pav farm workers returning from the United states of America and Canada since october 1982, the savings held on their behalf. Every Effort is being made to make the payments available for the 13th december 1982, by which time it is hoped that the information would have been received and the workers accounts updated. Workers involved Are asked to follow the news Media for announcements and not to attend at the agricultural workers Centre during the period 29th november 1982 to 10th december 1982, when the office will be closed to the Public. C. A. Harvey accountant general 25th november 1982. Ozment committee Var. Hope Howard was also barred when he interceded on the journalists behalf As Nas Muta Baruka Well known dub poet a Hen he tried to join other reggae performers backstage How Ever w Hen contacted representatives of the Media in Montero Bay told the gleaner that they had in fact been told Friday to collect the official pass of which or bleaker spoke the husband Aston r Henry a a family of the late Gwendolyn t a Henry wish 10 sat s nce a thanks Loine in ends and Well Lof lie 5,nipa1hy and Camion of Eredi in our Recey it Crea vement ? thank you the family of the late Wilford Brentworth Brent Haritis or wishes to express sincere the Aviks and Apprll to to All friends it i we hrs and Rel Tives for the thoughtful fxpre5s-during their recent be k r a v h i n i generous contributions to fund 5tin Baptist Church Lii Ding memorial in Loving memory of Catherine Carmen Fitz Ritson at peace since 29th november 1979 Bach passing year unfolds More a treasure memories of the love that was unceasing an1> Alwa Ysen Riching Jennifer Geoff Ingrid amp Duncan Karen winsome amp Lisa Donald fuse apr

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