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NOW- STO: S
"SLACKING OFF"
by The Naesatrin
(tfetered with Postmaster of Baham tfor peate


coneIemona within the bahamu.)


Sribunbm


Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXXI, No. 143 Monday, May 13, 1974 Pric 2


Sybil


is a


super


mum


MRS. SYBIL CAREY,
widow and mother of 11, is the
1974 "Mother of the Year."
She has 18 grand-children.
She was chosen by the
Bahamas Mothers Club and
named at Mothers Day
ceremony yesterday on the
S Southern Recreation Grounds.
She was married to the late
Joseph S. Carey and their
children, who range in ages
from 43-20 years are:
Mrs. Jackie Olssen secretary;
Mrs. Orville Shoupe, organist
and secretary, residing in
Louisiana, U.S.A.;
....Mrs. Phyllis.. C-rnea, a
missionary at Sandy Point,
Abaco, with her husband;
Gordon Carey, president and
managing director of Tropigas;
Eric Carey, a trust officer
with the Bank of New
Providence;
Sherrin Carey;
Mrs. Daphne Roberts, a
teacher at Spanish Wells,
Eleuthera;
Mrs. Florence Albury,
secretary;
Mrs. Sandra Wilkinson,
travel representative;
Steven Carey, an accountant
with the Bank of Nova Scotia
Trust, and
Miss Gail Carey, a student at
Southeastern Bible College,
Lakeland, Florida, U.S.A.
Mrs. Carey, of Montfort
Street, is an active member of
the Evangelistic Temple,
Collins Avenue, and is the
assistant to Mrs. Gary Curry,
headmistress of the Toddlers
Academy.
The academy is situated in
the Evangelistic building on
Collins Avenue, and now has
77 children. Mrs. Carey has
been teaching there for seven
years.
She taught for two years at a
government school in Tarpum
Bay, Eleuthera, where she is
originally from. She has been
residing in Nassau for the past
37 years.
In an interview with The
Tribune, Mrs. Carey said she
was completely surprised at
being named Mother of the
Year. She felt shocked and
happy, she said.
Her philosophy in life is
"Love God with all thine heart
and thy neighbour as thyself."
With this philosophy, she said,
you can't go wrong.
Her advice to the young
people of the nation is "Let
God be your guide. Go through
life with a smile, doing good to
all whom you can, just as long
as you can. We pass this way
only once, and only what's
done for Christ will last."
Asked how she felt about
Mrs. Pindling's observation that
having children doesn't
necessarily make one a mother,
Mrs. Carey said she agreed with
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Family photo (from left): Lynn Olson, Shelly Olson, Debra Carey, Sandra Wilkinson, David Olson, Jackie Olson. David
Olson, Mrs. Sybil Carey, Mrs. Pindling, Gordon Carey, Gail Carey, Stephen Carey, Florence Albury. Children front row:
Andrew Albury, Rhonda Cornea, Cinda Albury.


Rebels


oouJSt



AN UNDERGROUND policy
political force, calling the n
itself The Twentieth member
Century Revolutionaries, that an
has been formed locally some o
and is bent on the young I
overthrow of the present reflects
Government, and t society.
economic and social It
restructuring of Bahamian organize
society,. enlistin
In an unsigned press release very
to this 'newspaper, TCR embrac
considers it necessary "for secrecy


aim


to


Pindlin


reasons" not to disclose
ames of its leading
rs. It claim's however,
nong the members are
f the most outstanding
people in the nation and
a cross section of

also states that the
ation's method of
g new members is "a
complicated one and
es very rigid rules of
y, allegiance and


integrity."
At this stage, said the press
release -- given to The Tribune
as "the objective news media"
- TCR is concentrating its
energies on the political and
liberal education of the
nation's young people who will
be the core of its strength in
years to come.
The release went on: "One
of the main motives for the
formation of TCR is the lack
of political choice that has
developed as a result of the


You're a liar, Shobek-



tells his mother


MRS. JUANITA Spencer,
mother of accused killer
Michiah Shobek, made a
surprise appearance in the
witness stand today and
testified that his family had a
history of mental illness.
Shobek, who rounded off
his testimony declaring that he
is also known to God as "The
Destroyer," has pleaded not
guilty to murdering Ocean City
New Jersey accountant Irvin
Bernstein, on January 18 at
Yamacraw Beach.
The 19-year-old youth
admitted that he "destroyed"
his victim upon divine orders
that he fearecfaio disobey.
His mother, a Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, housewife whom he
called a "liar," asked the court
if she had to experience being
humiliated. She had "already
answered all the questions that
counsel has put to me the best
I can," she said.
Shobek, who admitted
under cross-examination, prior
to his mother's appearance in
the stand, that he used "a
sword" to kill 44-year-old Irvin
Bernstein on January 18, also
had some words for defence
attorney Randol F. Fawkes
who objected to his being
allowed to question his
mother.
"You're a stinking mother ...
You know that man? You
know that," he told Mr.
Fawkes
Dr. Henry Podlewski,
psychiatrist at the Sandilands
Rehabilitation Centre was the
final prosecution witness to
testify.
He was unable to find
symptoms supporting Shobek's
claim that he was psychotic, he
said. But he also stated that he
was not ruling out the
possibility of Shobek having
had an abnormality that
diminished his responsibility
and was present at the time of
the act.
He also said that he had "no
conclusive evidence that
Shobek is insane" and that
"further examinations and
in-depth study may reveal


Mrs. Juanita Spencer


Shobek ... pictured
today on his way
from court
something supportive of
delusions and hallucinations."
Shobek had told him of
having been seeing visions and
of being given orders from God
- "an unusual phenomenon,"
he said.
Mrs. Spencer, dressed in a
navy blue matching outfit with
blue-and-white hounds-tooth
patterned blouse gave her
evidence with a tremor in her
voice.
"Michael is here in y'our


... surprise e appe.ara.nc
court. I do not see him. Where
is he?" the witness asked when
told to point out her son by
defence counsel.
She said that the youth "was
a very aggressive boy in the
sense of being ambitious, and
often told me that one of these
days, I'd see his name up in the
lights."
His father, Alexander
Spencer, whom she married in
1950 also had two other sons
by a previous marriage. The
boys. John and Alexander, Jr.
are both presently in mental
institutions in the United
States, she said.
"I have a brother who is
undergoing treatment in
Whitfield Institution,
Whitfield, Miss., ... that's
Michael's uncle," she said.
He had a deep religious
background, she said. "He
attended the Baptist Church
and taught Sunday school.


maladministration of the PLP
Government and the need for
stronger political opposition in
this country. The PLP is
rapidly losing favour with the
common people in this
country."
,TCR holds that the PLP and
the Government "have served
its sole purpose of wresting the
Government from the hands of
the few and leading the
country into independence.
Slams the TCR release: "In
every department of the
present Government there is a
high degree of inefficiency and
lack of concern. As a result the
great majority of Bahamians
suffer. Two ministries that
afford model examples of the
Government's poor adminis-
stration are those of Health
and Education. Mr. Roker has
made a play-house of the
Ministry of Health.
"With the blindness and
inability of this Government to
control the affairs of the
country, political trends show
it as speedily approaching the
hilt of its reign."
And the release concluded:
"What the country needs more
than ever is a new and vigorous
political youth voice. TCR has
been watching very closely the
attitude of the Government
towards young people of this
country. It has been shown
quite clearly that there is no
recognition for them."
TCR claimed that it aims to
lead young people "to the
achievement and maintenance
of political power" in the
Bahamas.


NEWARK, N. J. The
Boeing 707 in which fugitive
financier Robert L. Vesco
once roamed the world now
sits idle on a runway pending
a courtroom showdown over
how the multi-million dollar
craft got here from Panama.
The private plane 'was
flown from Panama to
Newark International Airport
Friday and was impounded
by receivers for one of
Vesco's former corporations.
The plane is outfitted with
plush carpeting, chaise lounge
chairs, two beds, a sauna,
psychedelic lights, a dance
floor and bar, a belt reducer
and even an exercise bicycle.
After touring the plane
Saturday, superior court
judge Irwin J. Kimmelman
ordered the pilot, Capt. A.L.
Eisenhauer, and lawyers for
the various receiverships into
court on Monday to explain
.how the plane got out of
Panama, into Mexico, and on
ito Newark via Miami.
Attorney Jay Benenson, a
court-appointed receiver of
'Vesco's Fairfield General
'Corp., said the plane had
'been "decommisdoned," that


.MAN

FOUND

HANGING

FROM

TREE
AN UNIDENTIFIED man
who "could be a Haitian" has
been found dead, hanging by
a rope from a tree near the
edge of a 12-foot cliff about
200 yards south of Shirley
Street, behind Grosvenor
Close.
The man is believed to
have committed suicide.
Police said a youngster
spotted the body Sunday
morning, but it was not
reported to police until
almost midnight. Efforts to
locate the body in the dark
proved fruitless, but it was
found at first light this
morning.
The man appeared to have
been dead about two weeks,
police said.
A cliff runs east-west from
just west of Collins Avenue to
Fort Fincastle, in places 40
feet high. The dead man
apparently tied a three-
quarter-inch rope around the
trunk of the tree at the edge
of the cliff where it was
about 12 feet high, climbed
down a tree growing from the
base of the cliff and then let
go, suspending himself by his
feet about three feet from the
ground.
Co-incidentally, police
early this morning arrested a
suspect, in the same area, in
the break-in Friday night or
Saturday morning and theft
of a large safe from the
William Brewer liquor
company on Chesepeake
Road.
An overgrown and unused
extension to the Grosvenor
Close Road ends in a
cul-de-sac about 150 yards
from Shirley St.
Acting on information
received, police found the
stolen sate at the end of the
cul-de-sac on Sunday, but left
it undisturbed in the belief
that the thieves might return
to renew their obvious efforts
to get into the locked safe
with a cutting torch.
Police surveillance paid off
early this morning when a
suspect was arrested on the
scene. The arrest of two other
suspects was expected shortly,.
police said.
The safe was only about 50
yards from the dead body.

Weech funeral
FUNERAL services for Mr.
Foster Weech, sr., who died in
Norway recently, have been
rescheduled for 5.30 p.m.
Wednesday at Faith Temple,
Palmdale. The Rev. Jennings
will officiate.
The services were originally
slated for Sunday
Friends may pay their last
respects at Pinder's Funeral
Home, Palmndale Avenue, 12-1
p.m. Wednesday.
Mr. Weech is survived by his
wife, Barbara, one son, one
daughter, two grandsons, his
father and mother, two
brothers and one sister.


is, made incapable of flying
by removal of a key part.
"Now that we've got the
plane, we want to make sure
what happened in Panama
doesn't happen here,"
Benenson said.
Kimmelman said he
wanted to see the plane to
make certain his court order
on impounding was posted
and that the plane was made
incapable of leaving his
court's jurisdiction.
The plane once was owned
by Fairfield General, a part of
Vesco's fallen corporate
empire. The central firm was
International Controls Corp.
The financier's corporate
troubles centre around a
claim by the Securities and
Exchange Commission that
Vesco looted $224 million
from four mutual funds
connected to International
Controls.
Vesco, who apparently
divides his time between
Costa Rica, where his family
lives and children are enrolled
in school, and the Bahamas,
also has been charged in a
New York indictment with
embezajing S50,000 from


THE CHANCE presence of a
charter fishing boat in the
vicinity of Ship Channel Cay
early Sunday morning led to
the dramatic rescue of 36
passengers and nine crew from
the stricken motor vessel San
Salvador Express.
The operation, which began
shortly after 4 a.m. and did not
end until 12 hours later, was
co-ordinated %.t the scene by
Captain Jerry Lewless, who
was the first to spot the
112-foot vessel aground on Sail
Rocks, 30 miles east of Nassau.
Captain Lewless, whose boat
the Sara Lee was taking part in
a fishing tournament decided
Saturday night to anchor in
Ship Channel Cay ready to
start fishing early Sunday
morning.
Don Delahey, one of those
fishing from the Sara Lee, told
The Tribune today that
Captain Lewless woke up at
about 4 a.m. and saw the lights
of the San Salvador Express
about half a mile away.
The boat on its way from
Cat Island to Nassau, was
already aground and the waves
were breaking over her, Mr.
Delahey said.
Meantime the Express had
also spotted the Sara Lee. The
engineer, identified only as
Fernander, put over the side in
a life raft and rowed to the
cruiser. He said the radio on
the Express was not working
and they had been unable to
summon help.
Captain Lewless then tried
to call the Nassau marine
operator and eventually
succeeded in reaching her
tnotigh another nearby vessel
which contacted the Coast
Guard.
By 7 a.m. BASRA had been
alerted and the rescue:
operation moved into high gear
duty officer Glyn Philpot told
The Tribune. An alert message
was immediately sent out to all
vessels in the vicinity of Ship
Channel by the marine
operator.
BASRA's 31-foot Bertram
was advised to stand by and
the police marine division was
contacted to see if one of its
patrol boats could be
dispatched.
Meantime Mr. Ed Chambers,
who lives at Highborne Cay,
called in and advised BASRA
that he was heading for the
Express aboard the freighter
Bessie Virginia.
In Nassau B ASRA's
honorary life commodore Ben
Astarita got in touch with the
Coast Guard which dispatched
a fixed wing amphibian and
two helicopters to the scene.
Between 11 a.m. and 12.30
p.m. a small flotilla of vessels
had converged at the
northernmost tip of the Exuma*
chain where the Express was
by now listing badly.
Throughout, constant radio
contact was kept with Captain


ICC.
A federal indictment
charges Vesco conspired with
former Atty. Gen. John N.
Mitchell and former
Commerce Secretary Maurice
H. Stans to halt the SEC
probe of his affairs. Mitchell
and Stans have been
acquitted in that case.
Eisenhauer refused to say
how he obtained the plane
and got it out of Panama. He
said it was flown from Costa
Rica about five weeks ago by
a Bahamas World Airways
crew. Eisenhanuer, Vesco's
pilot before the financier left
the United States, said the
plane was taken to Buenos
Aires, Rio de Janiero,
Paraguay and then to
Panama.
Benenson said Kimmelmen
authorized prepayment of
$7,500 to Eisenhauer and
authorized payment of
another $55,000 when the
pilot brought the plane to
Newark.
Vesco's Esirflel Ge.eral
company sold the aircraft la
December 1973 to a Bahamw
corporation, Air lateruanh. .
Baenson Maid offlil st* .


Lewless,
"There was no panic among
the passengss. They were very
quiet. It looked asif they were
praying, and I would have been
too in their plce," Mr.
Delahey said this morning.
He said there were at least a
dozen children among the 36
passengers. Most were wearing
life preservers.
According to Mr. Delahey
Captain Wilson of the Express
had meanwhile ordered the
passengers off the boat and on
to a nearby rock.
At this point the Coast
Guard helicopters moved in.
One of them, skimming juut
above the rough seas, hoisted
eight passengers at a time
aboard and flew them to the
beach on to a larger rock.
The second chopper used a
basket to pluck passengers and
bagage from the wave.
"They even rescued the two
sheep and two goats which
were aboard the Express," Mr.
Delahey said.
From the beach the rescue
operation then shifted tO the.
police boat San Salvador which
had arrived and was standing
offshore to take the rescued
passed gers aboard.
These were ferried out by
the BASRA boat under Chris
Haseltine and Ted Brown adid
other smaller boats taking part
in the rescue.
Captain Lewless was the last
man to leave the San Salvador
Express. He went below to
make certain everyone aboard
had been evacuated and tat alld
personal belongings of tt.
Spassge had bee removed.
At 1: 10op.m he tepo6 i at
San Salvador sailed for Naoau
and put into port at Potter's
Cay at 4 p.m.
Duty officer Phllpot today
praised the "marvellous
cooperation" of alA those
taking part in the rescue.
"Captain Lewless and the
Coast Guard deserve the
highest praise," Mr. Delahey
said.
It would have been virtually
impossible to remove the
passengers without the
helicopters, as it was too
shallow for any of the ,rescue
boats to go in, he explained.
The San Salvador Exprea,
which is owned by Mr. C. N.
Williams, is b-lieved to have
broken up on the rocks. The
vessel operated the Cat Island,
San Salvador, Rum Cay and
Nassau route.
According to reports, the
ship's compass was not
functioning properly and the
vessel ploughed into the rocks
at full speed. It had apparently
deviated nine miles off course
and was due north of Ship
Channel Cay when it ran
around.
The San Salvador Express is
said to be "fully insured," but
the owner could not be
contacted.


firm had assured Fairfiedd
Vesco would not have an
interest in the plane.
But according to
Benenson, Vesco wea the
most frequent user of thbt3 .
million jet. He tb Mid Air
Intersales never made its fkst
payment to Farfleld on .the
purchase.
Books for
the blind
Bill's Real Estate, playing its
part in "Rehablitatoan Week,
sponsored by. the Coaus for
the Handicapped, has hf ti.d
extensive information t ".
availability of .
books and recword*tt .
use of the blind, I*
announced.


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2 T Tribue *- - Monday, MTy 13, 1974


Bloodhound 'found Patty Hearst


Up go

streaking

and

smoking

PRINCETON, N.J. The
percentage of college students
who have smoked marijuana at
least once has increased 50 per
cent since 1967, according to
the latest Gallup poll.
Fifty-five per cent of the
1,100 students surveyed this
January and March said they
had tried marijuana, as
compared with 51 per cent in
1971, 42 per cent in 1970, 22
per cent in 1969 and 5 per cent
in 1967.
The students were asked:
"Have you yourself ever
happened to have tried
marijuana "
The survey showed that
students from relatively
affluent families are more
likely to have tried the drug
than students from less
affluent families.
In addition, men are more
likely to have smoked
marijuana than are women.
The poll showed that 62 per
cent of the male students
indulged while only 42 per
cent of female students had
smoked the substance.
Men were also in the
majority on the question of
streaking. Of those polled, only
25 per cent had streaked, with
6 per cent of male students and
2 per cent of female students
having shed their clothes for
the run.
A spokesman for the Gallup
organization said the 25
percentage figure projects to a
quarter of a million streakers
for the total college
population. (AP)


Athens
Rome
Paris
London
Berlin
Amsterdam
Brussels
Madrid
Moscow
New York
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Chicago
Miami
Tokyo
Hong Kong
Buenos Aires
Montreal
Honolulu
Toronto
Rio
Lisbon
Tehran
Seoul
Bangkok
Taipei
Vancouver


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72 sunny
70 rain
64 clear
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65 sunny
55 rain
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68 rain
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91 sunny
55 cloudy


SAN FRANCISCO Randolph A.
Hearst said yesterday he is neither
surprised nor encouraged by reports
that a bloodhound led agents to a
blindfold bearing the scent of his
kidnapped daughter.
"It is not surprising they found it,"
said Hearst, president and editor of the
San Francisco Examiner.
"1 never at any time believed she
was taken except against her will. I
always felt she's been coerced."
The FBI had no comment on the
report that on May 2 a bloodhound
trained to detect the scent of Patricia
Heat led agents to a blindfold
fashioned from sponges. Agents had


taken the dog into an apartment that
had been ued by the terrorist
Symbionese Liberation Army.
"I am not encouraged," said Hearst
of the report. "I would be a damned
sight more encouraged if they would
get her back."
The Chicago Tribune, quoting
federal sources, made the report in its
Sunday Editions.
If confirmed, the development
could indicate that Miss Hearst still is
being held against her will. In her most
recent taped messages, the 20-year-old
coed repudiated her parents, said she
had cast her lot with her abductors


Buzhardt


lashes


rumours


WASHINGTON Bolstered
by the echo of cheers from
America's midland, President
Nixon spent a quiet, rainy day
at the White House Sunday as
one of his lawyers charged that
a "malicious and vicious"
campaign is afoot to poison the:
public's mind against him.
Presidential counsel J. Fred
Buzhardt said that in recent
days "we have been literally
besieged" with unsupported
rumours that some of the tapes
of Nixon's conversations
contain ethnic slurs."
Nixon cancelled a trip to his
mountaintop retreat at Camp
David, Maryland, Sunday
because of the rainy weather.
In a visit to Oklahoma
Saturday, he vowed he would
"never give up" despite
brugeoning clamour for his
resignation, and he was
received with general warmth
by large growds at both Vance
Air Force base and at
Oklahoma State University.
To shouts of "hang in
there," and "we're with you,"
Nixon said "Believe me, that
does your heart good."
The message that Nixon is
determined to stay on the job
also was borne by Vice
President Gerald Ford and the
president's daughter, Julie
Nixon Eisenhower, in public
appearances Saturday.
Julie declared he would fight
impeachment all the way
through a Senate trial, even if
"only one senator believed in
him."
Ford told Republican
gatherings in Texas that Nixon
should stay in office and
asserted the nation is "a lot
better off than if we had
Geroge McGovern" Nixon's
1972 Democratic opponent, in


the presidency.
Buzhardt, referring to
reports that Nixon had used
ethnic characterizations such as
"Jewboy" and "wop" in
sp making of government
officials, said he had listened to
"close to 40" of the tapes and
"I don't remember the word
'Jew;' I do remember the word
'Jewish' being used
somebody may have said
somebody was Polish."
In any case, said Buzhardt,
none of the references was
used as a slur.
Buzhardt appeared on CBS'
"Face the Nation." He
reaffirmed that Nixon does not
contemplate turning over any
further tapes or documents to
either the House Judiciary
Committee or the Special
Prosecutor on the Watergate
matter.
Meanwhile Sunday, Sen.
Lowell Weicker, R-Conn., said
he feared that Americans
already are forgetting the
damage Watergate has done to
some of the nation's
institutions.
Buzhardt said he didn't
know who was behind the
alleged campaign to descredit
the President "because
reporters don't reveal thlir
sources." He said he will make
an effort to review the tapes
again. (AP)


and participated in the $10,690 bank
.robbery with SLA members.
Hearst > has! contended that Miss
Hearst was brainwashed by her
abductors.
"Tbe girl we've known all her life
would not say something like that of
her own free will," Hearst said after
hearing the tape in which Miss Hearst
renounced her parents.
She is. wanted as a material witness
to the bank robbery. The SLA claims
it kidnapped Miss Hearst from her
Berkeley apartment on Feb. 4.
Investigators also reportedly found
a bag they believe may have been used


p I


ITALIANS finished voting
today in a two-day
referendum to decide
whether this predominantly
Roman Catholic country will
retain or repeal its
three-year-old law permitting
divorce.
A decision either way
could collapse the govern-
ment of Premier Marnano
Rumour.

RUSSIAN ballet dancer
Valery Panov was called to a
police station in Leningrad
today and friends in London
said they feared for his
safety.
The former star of
Leningrad's Kirov ballet
company has been hounded
by officials for the past two
years since he expressed a
wish to emigrate to Israel. He
was dismissed from the Kirov
and refused permission to
dance professionally in
Russia.

EGYPTIAN President
Anwar Sadat was quoted
today as saying Egypt was
ready to negotiate secure
borders with Israel perhaps
via a demilitraized zone -
under the condition of a
return to the 1967 lines.
In an interview with Milan
weekly Epoca, Sadat also
excluded that the final goal
of hiis country was
destruction of Israel.

BEIRA, the Indian ocean
port city of 60,000 was quiet
today after riots Sunday in
which five Africans and one
white person were injured.
Reports from AP


Who needs a hero?
SEATTLE A recent But a high s
survey of 100 grade school and said, how ca
high school students in Seattle anyone if you
and Everett, Washington shows on T.V. and ne
apparent differences in hero or question the
worship. Another tee
One class of Seattle fifth with what ma;
graders most admired athletes, answer: "Maye
movie and t.v stars, don't need he


BOGOTA A relief pilot
and disguised policeman
wielding karate blows led the
storming of a hijacked
Colombian airliner Saturday at
the Bogota airport. -


When it was over, one air



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were captured and all the
passengers safe, authorities
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Passengers escaping through
an emergency exit said a
stewardess was wounded, a
woman passenger was shot in
the leg and others were bruised -
in jumping to the ground.
Witnesses said five or six
shots were fired in the
confusion of switching crews,
fleeing passengers and
attacking police.
The plane, hijacked Friday
night on a flight from Pereira
to Bogota with 112 passengers
aboard, was forced on a zig-zag
course around Colombia.
The hijackers released 26
passengers in Bogota, but
demanded $300,000 in


blindfold'


by the ,SLA as a face covering but
added" 4 'the bloodhound did not
detect the scent of Miss Hearst on that
article.,
In enA of her earliest tapes released
by the SLA after the kidnapping, Miss
Hearst said. her captors kept her
blindfolded most of the time.
Clothing, bedding, acid, shotgun
shells, rifle cartridges and gunpowder
previously had been reported as
discovered by agents when they
entered the cockroach-infested
apartment just 14 blocks from FBI
headquarters. (AP)


Messmer: Save



France from



communism


PARIS The head of
France's caretaker government
has urged voters to back
presidential candidate Valery
Giscard d'Estaing to save the
country from "the threat of
communism."
"We must demonstrate that
France does not want the
Communist Party," Prime
Minister Pierre Messmer said in
a newspaper editorial.
"We must also launch an
urgent appeal to all those ...
who have still not realized the
dangers of the Communist
programme."
Thirty million persons are
expected to vote next Sunday
in what public opinion polls
indicate will be a close race
between Giscard d'Estaing, the
Conservative Finance Minister,
and leftist leader Francois
Mitterrand.
Mitterrand, a Socialist, has
the backing of France's
Communist Party.


Giscard d'Estaing of secretly
undermining Pompidou's
resistance to American
economic domination and said
his election would perpetuate
France's "Submission to the
requirements of American
capitalism."
Rene Dumont, the
environmentalist who was
eliminated with nine other
candidates in the first round of
the election on May 5,
announced his support for
Mitterrand.
Dumont received 337,800
votes, or 1.32 per cent, which
would be a meaningful margin
in an extremely close contest.
D'Estaing has regained his 3
per cent lead over Mitterrand,
according to the latest opinion
poll.
The poll predicted 51.5 per
cent of the May 19 vote would
go to d'Estaing and 48.5 per
cent for Mitterrand.
Earlier straw votes showed
d'Estaing and Mitterrand
running neck and neck.
Figaro said 47 per cent of
viewers said d'Estaing won the
television debate, while 35 per
cent considered Mitterrand the
winner and 18 per cent had no
views on the subject. (AP)


--YARD Germans


PROBES

PORN

BRIBES

CLAIM

LONDON Scotland Yard
said today it was investigating
charges that senior police
officers took blibes from the
owner of a string of
pornographic book shops.
The bribes allegedly
included large cash payments
and a secret deal to set up
senior police officers as
owners of their own
pornographic shop.
The charges came from
Mrs. Rusty Huhtphries, a
former striptease dancer, who
is campaigning for the release
from prison of her husband
James. He ran some 30
pornographic bookstores in
London's Soho district.
"The various allegations by
Mrs. Humphries are being
thoroughly investigated by
our officers," a Scotland
Yard spokesman said.
Mrs. Humphries passed on
to the yard a dossier claiming
her husband paid out bribes
to 15 police officers. She
named names and at least
three of the officers allegedly
involved have been suspended
during the investigation.
Her husband, she said, paid
out more than 80,000 pounds
$200,000 in bribes to
one senior police officer over
a period of years.
She said bribes cost him an
average of 500 pounds a week
$1,200 to ensure that
police would let him operate
his shops.
"Jimmy set up two senior
coppers in their own
bookshop business," she
claimed.
Humphries is serving eight
years in jail for causing
previous bodily harm to his
wife's ex-lover. (AP)


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ate Helmut Schmidt said
Sunday that elements of the
governing coalition had agreed
on a new cabinet and a ruling
programme with emphasis on
the domestic economy.
The cabinet will not be
announced until after
Schmidt's formal election
Thursday. But informed
sources said. it would likely
exclude Egon Bahr, former
Chancellor Willy Brandt's chief
troubleshooter in East-West
negotiations.

The Cabinet was agreed on
in talks between his Social
Democratic party and its
coalition partner, the Free
Democratic Party. Schmidt
said it would have two
members less than Brandt's
18-man Cabinet.

Brandt resigned last
Monday, taking personal
responsibility for negligence in
a scandal over the presence of
and East German spy in his
chancellory.
Schmidt, the Finance
Minister in Brandt's
government, said the ruling
programme he presents to
Parliament Friday would
centre on "tightening the
overall economic policy."
The aim of the programme
he suggested, would be to
prevent the spread of price
hikes from neighboring West
European economies to West
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Monday, May 13, 1974


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
IT IS AMAZING the way people take their surroundings for
granted.
They look around them and see things as they are ... and they
feel that it has always been so ... and that at no time have the
rights and privileges they enjoy today been threatened.
Nor are they concerned ... if any right they now enjoy has been
ever threatened ... to know how it was protected and preserved
for present and future generations.

I thought of this fact during my last visit to Nassau when I was
driving past the Fort Montagu Beach Hotel with a young friend.
This hotel was recently closed as a tourist place of
accommodation and has been taken over by a moving picture
company.
"I suppose the beach in front of the hotel went with the
property," my young friend said sorrowfully.
"No," I said, "not unless this was done by private negotiation
but I don't think a sale of this beach could be made without the
authority of the Legislature."
Oldsters in Nassau will remember the battle that had to be put
up in the early days of this hotel to save this beach for the public.
The Montagu Beach has always been a popular spot for
Bahamians. It became increasingly so with the growth of motor
car transportation in the island.
After the Montagu was built real estate promoters tried to get
possession of the beach for the exclusive use of its hotel's guests.
At the time it was said that the hotel wanted to build a cottage
colony on the northern section of its grounds.

The Tribune went to bat for the public. I was also a member of
the House at the time. A group of us in the House fought this
proposal. I should not call names because I am bound to forget
most of the members who crusaded against this proposal ... but I
do remember Sir George Roberts, the Hon. A. F. Adderley, the
Hon. T. A. Toote, Wilfred Cash and my late brother Gilbett
because we usually worked together as a team. Strange, they are
all dead and forgotten now. I think Bert Cambridge, who is still
alive, also fought this issue. If any living member of the past
remembers other names please refresh my memory so I can put it
on record in this column.

We pointed out at the time that this was an unfair imposition
on the Bahamian people who had shown such great consideration
for visitors to the island.
At that time the hotels in Nassau opened for a short winter
season.
Bahamians swam at this beach during the summer but as soon as
the hotel opened they stayed away so that the visitors could have
it to themselves.
This was typical behaviour for Bahamians of that period ...
they were anxious that visitors to the island should not be
exposed to any experience that they might consider unpleasant.

But the management of the Montagu wanted their own beach.
The section of the beach at their end was rocky. The western end
of the beach was the good portion.
When the late Hon. George Murphy took over management of
the hotel he said he wanted to fix up the rocky portion of the
beach so that the hotel's guests could walk straight across the
road to a good beach.
This part of the beach was so rough that it wasn't used by the
public anyway ... and so the House approved a proposal that the
hotel could have the exclusive use of a short part of the western
section of the beach during the period the hotel was open. This
meant three to four months during the winter season.
When the hotels in Nassau decided to remain open the year
round the Montagu had the constant use of a small portion of this
beach.
I now assume that ... with the closure of the hotel for tourist
accommodation ... this piece of the beach has reverted to the
control of the government and the use of the public.
I mention these facts so that the young men who now control
the government may know the facts of the case and not be misled
into thinking that this bit of beach is owned by the Montagu.

It is terrible to think that the entire Montagu Beach might have
been sold by real estate speculators were it not for the men who
sat in the House in the early days of tourist development in the
island and who sought to save some of the birthright of our
people from the greedy hands of selfish speculators.
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'Bahamians can no


longer identify


with their


leaders IYCA


'THE OVER-EMPHASIS of
material values and the absence
of a firm sense of direction has
brought the Bahamian people
seriously close to being a
"nation of things rather than'
people"', proclaimed Mr. Alfred'
Sears last week in Freeport.
Mr. Sears, president of the
Inter-denominational Christian
Youth Association, headed a
group to Freeport to take part
in a panel discussion arranged
by the Freeport Jaycees. His
topic was "How Is Our
Life-Style Affecting the Cost
of Living and the Economic
Growth of the Bahamas?"
"This, we must admit, is the
sad and tragic price we have to
pay for directing our best
efforts towards ever increasing
material wealth at the expense
of our cultural, spiritual and
psychological needs," he said.
"Moreover, this development
becomes more conspicuous as
we continue to emulate the
American way of life which
has, moreso than any other
single factor, been the shaping
direction and fabric of our
life-style."
We see Bahamians trying to
conform to an artificially
created image of status,
happiness, health and success,
he said. But not only have the
American businessmen been
capitalizing on the Bahamian
public's desire for instant wish
fulfilment, self-gratification
and success, but our own
leaders have also been
capitalizing on this weakness,
he continued.
We see certain individuals
who are known to possess
limited capacity and resources
converted overnight, by some
strange turn of events, into
presidents, chairmen, directors
and even proprietors of
complex multi-million dollar
establishments, he exclaimed.
Needless to say, this disturbing
development has had an
immeasurably adverse effect on
the Bahamian youth Mr. Sears
continued.
The youth is told to qualify
and prepare himself for
leadership, but in this society,
the person he sees progressing
is usually the person who has
been most loyal to a particular
partisan cause, instead of the
person most qualified, said Mr.
Sears.
In essence, what he sees is a
society based upon mediocre
standards instead of being
based upon human dignity and
individual merit, declared the
youth leader.
Another sad feature of our
society is the lamentable need


for stable leaders at various
levels of the society, for "it is
my belief that the Bahamian
people can no longer identify
with most of our leaders, as
our leaders exert more and
more of their status in material
things," he said.
Needless to say, the
glamorous life-style of those
people who influence us in
society has had an extremely
,bad influence on the people, as
it is a psychologically accepted
fact that a people try to
emulate their leaders, he went
on.
Many Bahamians, in a
frantic attempt to emulate
them, have been living above
their means, and so have
acquired warped prionties, as
the emphasis is upon
conspicuous signs of progress.
In most cases this should not
be given priority over the areas
that are neglected. "I am sure
we are all aware of the
crippling social problems that
usually emanate from such a
life-style", he said.


In this growing country,
moreso than ever before, we
must assess the depth of our
predicament as "I am
convinced our disproportionate
effort-reward system created
by an almost exclusively
tourist-oriented economy has
been, and continues to be, a
demotivating, dehumanizing
and de-persorializing force for
our people as we fall deeper
and deeper into the abyss of
selfishness, acquisitiveness and
superficiality," Mr. Sears
declared.
Since people are bound to
be influenced and persuaded
by their leaders, we need
leaders who will persuade
through example rather than
by rhetoric; moreover, as a
people, we must acquire a
sense of purpose, self-direction
and self identity. We must
come to terms with our
history, and with ourselves as a
people and as individuals, he
felt.
Especially, we must acquire
a sense of basic inner security,
which comes from within the
person and not from things.
This should be the foundation
on which to build the structure
of a more balanced society, Mr.
Sears said.
Moreover, as a people we
must cease to recognize others
on the basis of their material
possession, but rather our
respect should be based on the
qualities and. development of
the individual, Mr. Sears
concluded.


... there is some satisfaction in knowing that the Montagu Beach
still belongs to the public and has not been turned into a privately
owned cottage colony.



The TV recently featured a protest staged by taxicab drivers at
Miami's airport against a proposal to grant a concession to a
private company to put a bus service on at the airport with a rate
of 50 cents to the city ... and half price for the aged.
The excuse used by the proposers of this plan was that this
would be a way to save fuel during the present energy cirisi.
But the taxi drivers had another story to tell. They maintained
that they are now barely making a living and that such a service
would adversely affect thousands of people who depend on them
for support.
To emphasize their objection to this proposal a cavalcade of
taxi drivers drove to the city and surrounded City Hall with their
taxis.
As a result of this protest ... City Councillors have postponed a
decision on this controversial issue.


I was talking with a
visit to Nassau. Mark
There is quite a distinct


At a later period a big battle was fought over a fine stretch of A friend is a lady.
Emerald Beach east of Cable Beach that belonged to the usually this means son
public. And so I repeat ...
Hotel interests wanted the whole stretch. Some of us in the wife of one of my best
House and The Tribune too fought to keep a part of this She said she had
beach for the public. Box" but she couldn't
We lost this tight when the government promised to provide a She told me what it
beach nearer to town for the use of the people ... which, in those I should pass it on.
days, meant the coloured people because they were then barred She pointed out I
from places of tourist resort. property on Bay and
The government tried to improve the beach at the western end are extending beyond
of the Esplanade. But this area was exposed to seas rolling in suggested that these rc
from the ocean when there was a "rage" on the bar ... and so this is done to the road.
arrangement was never satisfactory becasue the beach was washed She also pointed ou
away with every rage on the bar. Street in front of the
After the barriers of racial discrimination were broken down Parking sign. But taxis
by a resolution pressed through the House by me in January She pointed out I
1956, the whole situation was changed because, after that date, crossing the road at
everything was opened up to all sections of the Bahamian people. approaching this poin
But had a reasonable stretch of the Emerald Beach area been the person is well out i
kept for the use of the public, not many of the local people These are two p
wouldd nowt-frequesnt beaches used by visitors to the island ... th.%PWvernment.
woar ha a pimc ground of their own to se on holidays. *^
' WhatWteW it ancesf or f In the past :.. A AT
pub&k sered without a utar either form of r .r God is the I of the i,


friend a lady at a party during my last
what I said ... "a lady". Not a "lady friend".
;tion between these two terms.
A lady friend could be a lady too ... but
nething else.
I was talking with a lady ... a real lady the
t friends in Nassau.
something for The Tribune's "Suggestic.t
get down to writing it.
A was and, since it is of public interest, I feel

hat roots of big trees in the Silk Farm
Shirley Streets west of the Montagu Hotel
I the walls and ripping up the road. She
oots should be cut before too much damage

it that there is a pedestrian crossing on Bay
e Pilot House. On both sides of it is a No
are constantly parked on this spot.
hat this creates a hazard for pedestrians
t this point because drivers of vehicles
t cannot see anyone crossing the line until
in the middle of the street.
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who left their children without named "Most Unselfish Mother
bothering to find out what was of Ohe Year." She is married to
happening to them anymore. Ke4rick Murray, and they are
"1 think a mother's first both 'Ministry of Education
-interest should be her family Teachers.
c.- children should be conceived They are stationed in Lowe
in love, not passion." Sound, Andros. Although the
She also agreed with Mrs. Murrays have no children of
'Pindling's statement that their own, they have fostered
parents should not expect their children in every area where
'children to owe them anything they have been stationed They
for rearing them, that the best have also adopted and cared
way a child could recompense for ten children.
his parents is by being a good Dr. Doris Johnson described
titien. heri- .as a hard-working
frs. Carey received a community mother. and a
bodquet of red roses, a pen and person active in many
pencil set, a cooler and cases of organizations, including the
Pelld Cola, all from the Pepsi Girl Guides and the Red Cross
Cola Company; and a trip for in the Family Islands. Mrs
twq to Luxembourg. Murray is an Anglican.
Mrs. Olivia Evans, 111 years The Youngest Mother with
old. from Lowe Sound, Andros, the largest number of children
ii Mrs. Effie Ferguson 38 She
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Roker denies $100 report


HEALTH Minister A. Loftus
Roker has denied that
expectant mothers are required
to deposit S 100 to reserve a
bed at the Princess Margaret
Hospital.
The Minister was answering
questions tabled earlier by
Cleophas Adderley
(Ind.-Nassau City). who
wanted to know whether the


$100-deposit report w trie,
and what provisions are -made
for expectant mottae .who
cannot afford the depoift
In his answers last week, Mr.
Roker said expectant mottsn
are required to depelt $3.on
booking a bed in the Maternity
Ward. and "in the majority of
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Guilford Hanna Commerce, Religious Knowledge, Norma
Michael Hanna English Pyfrom English Language.
Language, Cynthia Holmes William Rahming -
English Language. Delores Religious Knowledge, Marjorie
Ingraham History, James Reid English Language, Olga
Opens 7 p.m. Shows start 8:, ngraham English Language, Richards Human Biology,
See 2 featureslate as 9:55 Mary Ingraham English Eulease Rigby English
FINAL 2 NITES! Language Language, Sandra Roker -
"DOUBLE K" 8:10i& 11:40 Basil Johnson English English Language, Anthony
"DRUMS of TABOO" 9:s5 Language, Charles Johnson Rolle Art, Cassandra Rolle -
NO ONENDER18ADMTTED English Language, Hosea English Language, Charles
Johnson Accounts, Patricia Rolle, English Language,
Johnson English Language Cecilia Rolle Mathematics,
Paulette Johnson English Joseph Rolle, English Language
Language & Religious & Geography, Linda Rolle -
Knowledge, Dorothea Jones English Language, Wesley Rolle
English Language, Myrtle Jones English Language, Winifred
English Language, Eugenie Rolle English Language,
Kemp English Language, Foster Rose English
M Arlington King English Language, Charles Russell -
Language, Garth King English Language, Gloria
N F 1 English Language, Thomas Russell English Language,
King Religious Knowledge, Sydney Saunders English
r ZSrbm TOFCAAiS _Brenda Knowles, Math- Language, Bennett Seymour -
R muivcse Bematics, Delores Knowles Mathematics, Eunice Seymour
English Language, Diana English Language, Remelda
Seymour, English Language,
Christopher Sherman English
Language, Florette Sinclair -
LAST DAY TUESDAY Geography, Hardoowar Singh..
Matinee 3:00 & 5:00, Evening 9:00-'Phone 2-1004, 2.1005 English a Language &
SOEnTglish Langld uage, Ellen Smith
.- English Language, Jennifer
fSmith English Language,
I Jewel Smith English
I Language, Karen Smith -
I English Language, Margaret
Smith English Language,
,-gs aISn, ar Aaawetmnbuu Rudolph Smith Religious
i RESERVATIONS NOT CLAIMED BY 8:45 WILL BE SOLD owledge, Ruthnell Smith -


Knowledge, Edwin Strachan -
ELnag list h Language, Lily
Last Day Tuesday Last Day Tuesday Strachan English Language,









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The Tribune ... Monday, May 13, 1974


Rehabilitation Week under way


DR. HAROLD WILKE of
New York is in Nassau this
week to discuss "total
rehabilitation" as the featured
guest speaker in "Re-
habilitation Week," sponsored
by the Bahamas Council for
the Handicapped.
Dr. Wilke, pictured, is
himself severely handicapped.
Rehabilitation Week began
on Sunday and a full schedule
of events is planned for this
week.
On Tuesday, at' 1.00 p.m.,
an exhibition portraying the
work of the various agencies
that form the Bahamas Council
for the Handicapped will be
officially opened at the Cafe
Royale building in the grounds
of the old Victoria Hotel.
A special luncheon will also
be served on Tuesday and
Frida at the Ca1Ro ale.


Tickets are available from
Council members or at the
door.
Other events planned for the
wek-iare as follows: 8 p.m.
Tuesday, evening of films at


Dr. H. Wilke
the Stephen Dillet School.
Wednesday 10 a.m. 7 p.m.
exhibition at the Royal
Victoria Gardens. Wednesday 2
p.m., "Think Tank" for those
in the helping professions at
the Teachers Training College.


At 8 p.m. Dr. Wilke will speak
to young adults at Calyary
Church.


On Thursday exhibition -
Royal Victoria Gardens froih
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. At 12.30
p.m. Dr. Granville Bain talks to
Rotary Club at the Sonesta
Beach Hotel. 1 p.m. Dr. Wilke,
talks to Kiwanis at
Sheraton-British Colonial
Hotel. 8 p.m. Seminar for
Handicapped and relatives at
Epworth Hall, Chairman will
be Dr. Wilke.


Friday from 10 a.m. to 4.
p.m. exhibition at Royal
Victoria Gardens. Luncheon at
noon. I p.m. Dr. Wilke talks
to East Nassau Rotary 2 p.m.
to 5 p.m. "Think Tank"
continues for those in helping
professions at Teachers
Training College.
Saturday 7:30 p.m. Hospital
Calling Occupational
Theraphy and its role in
rehabilitation. (Dennis Knight
Occupational Therapist,
S.R.C.).
Sunday, preaching engage-
ment for Dr. Wilke and on
Radio Bahamas, Bahamas
Christian Council Forum
Broadcast. (Dr. Wilke and
members of Bahamas Christian
Council).


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Chartered Accountant or Certified Public
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the Group Controller to a large group of
Companies operating in Freeport. This is a newly
created position reporting directly to the Group
Controller. The successful candidate will be
required to involve himself deeply in all aspects of
the Group's accounting functions, ensuring that
procedures are properly followed, suggesting, and
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instructing in the Group's on the job training
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FNM WOMEN.

ORGANISE 'om ei

GROUP i& L
THE WOMEN of the am- S ,
National Movewment, tel a ...
recently sponsored a Wry -- a7tlash LW
successful fair on Windsa ta,0ug ("
Park have now formally Hl -11i W.... E. "
organized themselves into a -',.a... :t.Auag lv a
national organization, the F ...
National Movement WOMAt's M."M W ,aon
Association. th (i-.P"u tl 1'' J,
President of the AssociatioHn a ,(
is Miss Patricia (PANy) K
Lightbourn of Shirley Heights. Hil
Miss Lightbourn, who is now ind ", t L We
the Centreville constitute W.1. I.4J ', .i4 .. ("
was formerly active in Shirlba. ,. Ed
Miss Lightbourn expressed T.. l W Cright Km
thanks on behalf of the Ri .li tc S HiK
Association to all thtk who r t 'SS Hi
helped to make the fair mbch a Ca Thf Ia EN
great success. She announotd 63 m .5* a iJo1
that the Association's fund SIy4 -- s S
raising efforts will contiBe -/k-Nthal al Sn
with a Cook-out on Saturday ln."i i'si- d,&
May 25 at SonestaBeach. latherine llusit--ligesh
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phasized, however, that th Comgua, os il
activities of the Womnwi .AO*AM .L E.L
Association will not be limited PRVT C L]D ,EV S E
to fund-raising. Tie PR1VATECANDIDIArtES "
Association which couprite* Fre e llard Art ("O"
women from mshy
constituencies, plans to be
fully involved in t tie : ,
organizational and poltial"
activities of the party. Thih Will
include membership drives,
seminars, and visits to the
various constituencies of the
Commonwealth. '
The Association has applied
to the Central Council of the
FNM for official recognition as 2
an affiliate of the party and for
representation on the Council. .r
Mr. Kendal G. L. Isaacs., '
Leader of the FNM, Senator
Orville Turnquest, Chairman,
and other officers of the party
expressed their delight that th,
women had decided to enter I
into a formal organization.


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ELEUTHlERA
Donald Cah -
Language fA &iltory. A-la
Forbes Sa h I
Laurie Lee Gibson -
Lanmuap, dna aye -
English Language History A
Religious Knowledp.
ADVANCED LEVEL
ELEUTHERA,
Mildred MGNhe Reliious
Knowledge.


vel Pass), Michael Cooper -
ppled Mathematics ("O"
vIl Pass), Harcourt Davis -
.fous Knowledge ("O"
n"' Pass), Ceta Fraser -
"tory ("O" Level Pass),
lkul ponzales Economics
V' Level Pass), Rosemary
aItp Spanish ("O" Level
s), Eric Lopez Art ("O"
wvel Pass), Brazil McDonald -
onomics ("O" Level Pass),
rbara Parnell History ("O"
O" Level Pass) Olga
1owledge ("O" Level Pass) &
story, Richard Wells -
lls British Constitution
D" IAVel Pass) & History,
ia Lopez Religious
knowledge, Cecil Thompson -
story, Kent Wilson -
story, NHortense Douglas -
lish Literature, Cecilia
nes History, Stephen
ollett Art.
ORDINARY LEVEL
FREEPORT PRIVATE
teville Brennen English
nguage, Elvera Clarke -
iglish Language, Mariam
trville English Language,
dric Johnson Economics,


Simeon Johnson Religious
Knowledge. Nelson Knowles -
English Language, Leroy Miller
- English Language &
Religious Knowledge, Norms
Jane Stuart Religous
Knowledge, Colin Tatem -
British Constutiton, Commerce
& 'Economics, Merlene Taylor
- History, Carolyn Young-
English Language. Judy Major
- English Language, Allison
Pinder History.
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CLASSIFIED SEC

REAL ESTATE FOR RENT PUBLIC AUCTION PUBLIC ACTION P .eUlM POSITION WNT HELP NTED TRADE SERVICES


C14434
BEAUTIFUL homesite located
in Montagu Heights off Village
Road. Available for your
future home. Phone 5-8512.

C 14519
EASTERN DISTRICT BLAIR
ESTATE off Village Road 3
bedroom 2 bath, living room
patio room, dining room,
maid's quarters, kitchen,
double garage, own water
supply, double lot, view by
appointment. Phone 2-1741-2
business hours.

C14320
Large lot Adelaide Beach.
Phone 41298 day or nite

C14456
SSPACIOUS three bedroom, 2
bath home Seabreeze Estates.
Tastefully furnished, living and
dining area, wall to wall carpet,
carport and laundry, 2 large
S patios, airconditioned large
modern kitchen. Phone 4-2867
9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.

C14448
CORNER LOT 110 by 127
(13,700 ft. sq.) SEABREEZE
not far from Canal high and
dry Area Only $6200.00.
CANAL LOTS 100 by 100.
Live on the water for only
$9000.00.
Four lots PRINCE
CHARLES AVENUE only
$6000.00 and $8000.00. If
four bought, big discount
allowed.
DIAL FOR ACTION 22033,
22305 evenings 41197.

C14520
HARMONY HILL three
bedrooms, 2 baths, plus maids
quarters, furnished in good
taste, excellent condition.
$47,000.00.
DUPLEX Little Blair Estates
Income established, sale price
on $52,000.00.
BLAIR Three houses to
choose from -- good buys. See
anytime.

HILLTOP WINTON
HIGHWAY 3 bedrooms, 3
baths, plus maids quarters,
garage, storeroom, spacious
patios, gorgeous views of Sea.
Only $110,000. Beach rights.
2-storey house, WINTON
facing Bay Street furnished,
spacious grounds, garage maids
quarters. Has three bedrooms
K 6s0 maids quarters only
$110,000.00. With gorgeous
views, beach rights.

GOLDEN GATES three
bedrooms 2 baths, only
$33,000.00.

AN ESTATE OUT WEST
312 feet on Sandy Beach -
with four bedrooms four baths,
plus 5 bedroom Garage
Apartment affair ideal for
expansion, cottage Colony,
Condo, or small hotel. See it to
appreciate. Best swimming Out
West.
200 ft. by 880 on
WATERFRONT CABLE
BEACH $325,000.00 Income
$17,000.00. Ideal for
development. DIAL THE
ACTION NUMBERS 22305,
22033, 22307 evenings 41197.

C14442
START building your house
snytime at YAMACRAW
BEACH ESTATES. 70 x 100
lots. From $5800. Only $75
down. Beach and lake rights.
Tel: 41141 or 2-4148 or
2-3027 Morley & O'Brien Real
Estate (Brea Brokers).

I FOR RENT
C14511
2 BEDROOM apartment in
new duplex building Boat
Alley, off Market Street.
Information call 5-4258.

C14445
1 BEDROOM apartment,
carpeted, airconditioned,
centrally located. Telephone
2-3010.

C14543
LPVRGE unfurnished 1
bedroom apartment. Phone
2-3709 or 3-4881.

C14355
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly airconditioned,
fully furnished, maid service


available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone,
31297, 31093.

C14427
ONE room in large home,
single person only. Located on
Victoria & Lancaster St. in
Twynam Estate. Phone 5-1378.

C14444
SHOPS AND OFFICES FOR
RENT
Modern airconditioned office
and store space available in
busy shopping area, telephone
and ample parking. Rental fees
will appeal to the business
man with a future. 41301.


C14454
NEWLY refurbished Italian
Villas two or three bedrooms
in The Grove off West Bay
Street, one with swimming
pool. Suitable for executive.
Telephone enquiries 59403.


Sport Centre and running
thereon Forty (40.00) feet
Eastwardly by Lot Number
Two Hundred and
Fifty-eight (258) in the said
Subdivision and running
thereon Eighty (80.00) feet
Southwardly by a portion of
Derby Road in the said
Subdivision and running
thereon Forty and One
hundredth (40.01) feet
Westwardly by Lot Number
Two Hundred and Sixty
(260) in the said Subdivision
and running thereon Eighty
(80.00) feet."
Mortgage dated 23rd
September, 1968 Stafford
and Louise Albertha Newbold
to Finance Corporation of
Bahamas Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1329 at
pages 152 to 159. .,
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the


Auctioneer or any person on to Finance Corporation of C14457


his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.

Dated this 1st day of May
A.D. 1974.

KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.


C14345
TWO, Furnished and
airconditioned, 1-bedroom
apartments, Contreville, Ring
5-8679, ask for Mr. Pritchard.

C14550
NASSAU HILLCREST
TOWERS
swimming pool, sun terrace,
laundry facilities, fully
furnished 1 1-bedroom
apartment, 1 3-bedroom
apartment. Contact 7-8421 or
2 Evenings 7-7065.

PUBLIC AUCTION
C14463
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 7th day of June
1974, at 12 noon, the
following property:-
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the
Southern District of the
Island of New Providence
one of the Bahama Islands
and being Lot Number Two
Hundred and Fifty-nine
(259) in Kennedy
Subdivision."
Mortgage dated 16th January,
1969 Henry James Ellis and
Carnetta V. Ellis to Finance
Corporation of Bahamas
Limited.
Recorded in Book 1362 at
pages 75 to 81.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.

Dated this 1st day of May
A.D. 1974.
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.
C14549
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot ea'.t of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 7th day of June
1974, at 12 noon, the
following property:-
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the said
Eastern District being Lot
Number Two Hundred and
Sixty-five (265) in the
"Pyfrom Subdivision" Phase
11 bounded on the North by
Campbell Avenue and
running thereon Sixty (60)
feet on the East by Lot
Number Two Hundred and
Sixty-six (266) in the said
Subdivision and running
thereon Ninety-seven (97)
feet on the South by Lot
Number Two Hundred and
Sixty-two (262) in the said
Subdivision and running
thereon Sixty (60) feet and
on the West by Lot Number
Two Hundred and
Sixty-four (264) in the said
Subdivision and running
thereon Ninety-seven (97)
feet."
Mortgage dated 13th April,
1967 Walton Leonard
Gibson and Kendall Wentworth
Gibson to Finance Corporation
of Bahamas Limited.
Recorded in Book 1116 at
pages 500 to 506.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.

Dated this 1st day of May
A.D. 1974.
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.

C14459
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 7th day of June
1974, at 12 noon, the
following property:-
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land situate in the said
Western District of the said
Island of New Providence
comprising a portion of the
said Subdivision designated
as Lot Number Two
Hundred and Fifty-nine
(259) on the said plan which
said piece parcel or lot of
land is bounded
Northwardly by a portion of
land formerly designated as
Oakes Field Sports Centre
but now known as and
called Queen Elizabeth


aforesaid and running
thereon in an arc Thirty-one
and Forty-two hundredths
(31.42) feet and
Northwestwardly by Lot
Number Two Hundred and
Fifteen (215) of the said
Subdivision and running
thereon One Hundred (100)
feet."
Mortgage dated 17th April.
1969 Jonas Alfred Edwards


Bahamas Limited.
Recorded in Book 1446 at
pages 360 to 366.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person or
his behalf to bid up to thai
price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale anc
balance on completion.
Dated this 1st day of May
A.D. 1974.


C14460
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 7th day of June
1974, at 12 noon, the
following property:-
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of Land being Lot
Number Two Hundred and
Seventy-nine (279) on the
plan of lots in the
Subdivision called and
known as "Ridgeland
Valley" situate in the
Southern District of the
Island of New Providence
which said plan has been
approved by the Public
Board of Works and is filed
in the Registered Office of
Englerston Limited which
said piece parcel or lot of
land hereby assured is
bounded Northwardly by
the Lot Number Two
Hundred and Seventy-eight
(278) of the said plan and
running thereon Sixty (60)
feet Eastwardly by the Lot
Number Two Hundred and
Seventy-three (273) of the
said plan and running
thereon Seventy (70) feet
Southwardly by a Road
Reservation Forty (40) feet
wide and running thereon
Sixty (60) feet and
Westwardly by the Lot
Number Two Hundred and
Eighty-five (285) of the said
plan and running thereon
Seventy (70) feet."
Mortgage dated 19th
September, 1966 Winston
Reuben Campbell and Doreen
Agatha Campbell to Finance
Corporation of Bahamas
Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1038 at
pages 30 to 37.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.

Dated this 1st day of may
A.D. 1974.

KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.

C14461
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 7th day of June
1974, at 12 noon, the
following property:-
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land being lot Number
One Hundred and Sixty-nine
(159) in "Yellow Elder
Gardens" Subdivision situate
in the Western District of
the Island of New
Providence."
Mortgage dated 30th January,
1968 Edith Mae Clarke to
Finance Corporation of
Bahamas Limited.
Recorded in Volume 1230 at
pages 11 to 17.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Term.: 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.

Dated this 1st day of May
A.D. 1974.

KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.
C14462
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell at
the parking lot east of the
Harbour Moon Hotel, Bay
Street, on the 7th day of June
1974, at 12 nqon, the
following property:-
"ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land being situate in
the Western District and
being Lot Number Two
Hundred and Fourteen
(214) of the Subdivision
called and known as
"Golden Gates Estate
Section One" and bounded
Northeastwardly by Lot
Number Two Hundred and
Forty-eight (248) of the said
Subdivision and running
thereon Fifty (50) feet
Southeastwardly by a road
of the said Subdivision and
running thereon Eighty (80)
feet Southwestwardly by
another road of the said
Subdivision called and
known as "Saunders Road"
and running thereon Thirty
(30) feet Southwardly by
the junction of the roads


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IN sad and
our dear
BETHELL
life on Mayv
On the re
Soul and bc
No more
weeping
No more pi

Left to n
Linda, Deb
Cynthia Ra
Stubbs, 3 !
and John, D

C14552
IN loving
husband
HENOERS(
this life May
No longer
weep,
For death
sleep
And every i
To fall asleep
To dwell Iw
than life..


I loving memory of
mother BLANCHE
who departed this
7th 1970.
surrection morning
ody meet again
sorrow, so more

in!

lOum 5 daughters
>orah, Joyann, Mrs.
ahming, Mrs. Gloria
sons Robert, Phillip
16 grandchildren.


memory of my
LESLIE LENITH
ON, who departed
y 12th 1971.
must the mourners

is hallowed into

grave becomes a bed
ep and not to die
Nith Christ is better


KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.

FOR SALE
C14536
1 Hoover Washing Machine,
like new $125.00
1 Vacuum Cleaner $70.00
1 Bedroom Set $250.00
1 Hide-A-Way Bed, like new -
$150.00 Phone 3-1626.
C14465
SPECIAL SALE
DOUBLE KNIT POLYESTER
50 different colours
$4.50 per yard
THE YOUNG MISS,.
Market Street near Bay.
Telephone 23365
C14464
SPECIAL SALE
WEDDING GOWN, complete
with plastic covering, and
including:- Headpiece (50
styles to choose from), veil,
formal slip, long line bra,
girdle, bridal garter, bouquet of
flowers, panty hose or stay up
stockings and a pair of shoes.
ALL FOR ONLY $175
New arrival of bridesmaids
material starting at $3.50 per
yard.
We sew bridesmaids gowns for
$25.00 .
THE YOUNG MISS, Market
Street near Bay. Telephone
2-3365.
C14538
SPECIAL SALE
Bridesmaids Hats
from $8.00 to $25.00
AND
Bridesmaids Shoes (all colours)
5 styles to choose from
$16.00 per pair
THE YOUNG MISS
Market Street near Bay
Telephone 2-3365.
C14452
TWO Hydraulic Barber Chairs,
1 Barber Unit. Phone 2-2054,
2-3725 between 9 a.m. 5
p.m.



NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street:-
Decoupage
Clear Cast
Candle Craft
Tissue Craft
Phone 2-2386, 2-2898.

I PETS FOR SALE
C14531
FULL BREED German
Shepherd Pups for sale 12
weeks old. See Alexander
Virgil Durham Street off
Mount Royal Avenue Price
$100.00
C14455
ONE MALE Poodle, black, full
breed, eight weeks old. Call
31120. Mrs. Joan Gates.

CARS FOR SALE
C14429
1972 MERCURY COMET, 2
door, vinyl top. One owner,
Immaculate condition. Owner
leaving Island. Phone: G.
Farrington, Mon. to Fri., 94to
5, 2-4240.,

M INE SUPPLIES
C14548
26' SMACKBOAT, new sails,
rigging, paint. 40 h.p.
Evinrude, big well, strong,
sound, fast. $2,000. Phone
7-4215.
C14504
18 ft. fibreglass cabin cruiser
with 110 h.p. inboard/out-
board Volvo. $2500. or near' t
offer. Must sell. Owner leaving
island. Phone 2-4212 Donal
Russell. i

C11894
1969 311 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander. Sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours.
Kitchenette, good condition
Call 24267, 54011. i

C14430
22 Ft. NORTH AMERICaN
BOAT. New Engine ar
Trailer, Top Condition, Call
31642.


C14533 C14553
YOUNG LADY seeking FEMALE COOK Must be
position as clerk typist, willing over 30 years. Apply Sugar
to learn. Telephone 42106, P. Beach Hotel, Great Harbour
0. Box 5406. Cay, Berry Island.

C14545 C14453
IMMEDIATELY available. BEAUTICIANS needed with at
Person with 15 years least five years experience.
international and domestic Apply in person at Mar-Dee's
banking experience. Office Beauty Salon, Boyle Buildina.
management and accounting.
Complete resume upon request C14458
available for interview at FARM PRODUCT
anytime. Phone4-1707. W. I. McKINNEY, P. 0. Box
1312
AN UC TS 5 men urgently needed for
F .. .. -I farm work
C14422 Lincoln Boulevard opposite
COMMERCIAL Adderley Upholstery.
PAPER HOUSE
Has a variety of Wedding CA4hoe repair man wanted.
.. r oe repair man wanteo
announcement cards in stock. Must have 5 years experience.
Select yours now for your big $75 per week. Telephone
"" 3-6016.
5th Terrace Centreville 3-016.
Phone 59731- Box N-7679. TRADE SERVICES


HELP WANTED | C14353
i4339 .gPlder's CisteM
PHOTOGRAPHIC and -
Lithographic Technical Br lkrlLf de
Consultant. Apply in writing to Mackey Street
P. 0. Box N-226, Nassau, & Roosevelt Avenue
Bahamas. NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
C14488 IATA CARGO AGENTS
GIRL FRIDAY. Must be able CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
to type and drive. Must be & DELIVERY
alive, enthusiastic and MOVING. STORAGE
Versatile. & PACKING
Apply Adv. C14488, c/o The STEEL BANDING
Tribune, P. 0. Box N3207, & SHIPPING
Nassau. HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
C14534 MECHANICAL HANDLING
FINANCE company requires EQUIPMENT
female cashier/typist for its SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
Freeport branch. In Nassau EXCELLENT SERVICE
phone 2-1421, 2-1154. If REASONABLE RATES
Freeport 352-8307. CONTACTT LYMAN PINDER
__OR JACK CASH
C14535 Phone: 2-3795, 2-3796
YOUNG men between the ages 2-3797, 22798
of 22-28 required to be trained Airport 7-7434
in the Finance business leading FREE ESTIMATES
tn Mahnaerial nritinn -PhoneII


C 14374
SOUTHERN PAINTING
SERVICE
Specialising in spraying house
roofs, furniture, stipple
finishings, appliances.
Telephone 5-1919 (days)
3-6700 (nights).

C14351
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
Mackey Street
Next to Frank's Place

C14544
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or trenching
done?
Call
CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD.
2-4996 or 5-8725.
C 14344
MASTER TECHNICIANS
LTD., Mackey Street, your.
Whirlpool distributor offers
refrigerators, washers, dryers,
compactors, freezers, ice
makers, air conditioners and
garbage disposers. With full
warranty on every home
appliance we sell. Service done
by factory trained mechanics.
Telephone 23713, 5-9322.

C14358
SEWING MACHINE PARTS
AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY
P. O. Box N4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie
Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152.

C14400
LANDSCAPING and for all
your gardening needs,
trimming, hedging, pruning and
tree felling. Call 5-7810.
LAWNS AND HEDGES.


Telephone 5-97399 V -
2.-1421 or 2-1154 for
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY interview.
The NasuvnsC-------14438
e El r cleHARDWORKING handyman
OPEN TILL 4:00 a.m. For information call Tel h r*bl
C14489-55-3723 between 5 and 9 p.m. Nassau d Bahama Islands

THE NASSAU AMATEUR C14408 m Iln
OPERATIC SOCIETY WANTED. Certified NAUI & Leading Newspaper
will present PADI Scuba Instructor to take
oer cb nsitin ruo flDrector ae


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CATERING
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8:30 a.m.
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officee is now open at
Lumber Company
t, telephone 24001
tions.




ON NOTICE
NUAL GENERAL
G OF THE
S HOTEL &
NG WORKERS
ILL BE HELD ON
MAY .26. 1974 AT
UNION HALL,
OAD AT 9:00 P.M
FINANCIAL
[S WILL BE
) TO TAKE PART
: BOBBY GLINTOfN
ERAL SECRETARY

SCHOOLS

AUTO SCHOOL
ive with confidence.
105 between 7 and
or after 6 p.m. or
time.


ONTED

metal typewriter
ood condition. Call
2-2768, 9 a.m. to 5


C14361 ....
TUITION r 4
THE RAPID RESULT
COLLEGE. World-fam ht\
postal tuition for the GCE

Accountancy. Banking. law
Marketing, Comprn
Secretaryship Examinatid
For details of our special
courses write for Free
-of YOUR CAREER to TELEPHONE
Rapid Results Col TLEHN
Department. TNI Tultil
House London SW19 4S. 1 21988


Water Sports and
Entertainment. Duties will
comprise of: Administration of
all water sports programmes,
holding beginners and
advanced scuba courses,
directing and actively
supervising all maintenance.
German language preferred.
Write: Stella Marls Marina &
Yacht Club, P. 0. Stella Marls,
Long Island.
C14446
BAY STREET Merchant
requires an accountant to
handle full accounting
functions and supervise other
clerical staff 2-3 years
experience required. Apply in
writing to Adv. C14446, c/o
The Tribune, P. 0. Box
N-3207, Nassau.

C14433
APPLICATIONS are invited
from suitably Qualified lady
teachers with a recognized


Teaching Certificate and three ANTENNAS LAUNDRY
recent years of teaching .. -,-v ,,A,,
experience in Primary island TV 2-2618 DRY CLEANING
Education for the post of AUTOMOTIVE New Oriental
T rry Teahi of AUTOMOTIVE New Oriental
Temporary Teaching of Laundry 2-4406
General Subjects for Class 11 at Lucas Batteries L
Lyford Cay School from 'Bay Street Garage 2-2434 MEN'S WEAR
September to December 1974. _ -___"___
Ability to teachbeginner's BOOKSTORE Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7
Spanish and play the piano will | .......
be an advantage. Please apply The Christian Book OPTICIANS
in writing stating qualifications Shop 58744 Optical Service
and experience to:- -Sop_5-8744 Optical Service
The Head Mistress Lyford Cay USINESS FORMS Ltd. 2-3910/1
School P. 0. Box N-7776 BUSISSO-M__ .
,Nassau, Bahamas. Executive PAPER
SPrinters 24267/54011 Commercial
C14551 Paper House 5-9731
NEW PROVIDENCE CABINET MAKERS
LEASING LTD. REQUIRE -- PRINTING
# THE FOLLOWING STAFF: Commonwealth Executive
(1) An Accounts Clerk. Must Furniture 31120 Pritver 2.4267/5-4011
have RSA stage II and at least CAM AS Wiong'siPrinting 5-4506
two years experience in a CAMERAS
similar position. J RUBBER STAMPS
(2) A Copy Typist. Must be John Bull 24252/3 'RUBE Sta
accurate and have had some E.-....NR ME Wong's Rubber Stamp 54506
office experience. ENTERTAINMENT
The Company offers a health SPORTS GOODS
and pension scheme for all Movies SO SGO
employees. For appointment Film & Equip. Service 2-2157 Champion Sport Land
please call 24801 Mrs. GARDEN & PET 2-1862
Ro SUPPLIES TRAVEL
C14450 Modernistic Garden Pet TRA
ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT Madeira Shop Peaza 2-288 Playtour 2-2931/7
required to be responsible for R.H. Curry & Co., 2-881/7
general maintenance of Namu Garden & Pet
accounting records and Montrose Avenue 2-4259 TV REPAIRS
procedures. Applicants should
have a minimum of 5 years .ARlWARE Channel Electronics Ltd.
experience preferably with a ,i .57
knowledge e of computerised John S.Geroge 24421/k6 a3
work output and, in addition HOUSE PLANS UPHOLSTERING
to having G.C.E. Ordinary OuSE PLANS UPO
Level Subjects in Maths and Evangelos G. Zervo. 2-4128 Eddie Upholsteri 5-9713
English, should be at least in mmMIEMO ilnm a-
the process of qualifying 5 T T WAM WA r
towards a professional R T W V WWAN
accounting degree.
Salary will be commensurate
with qualifications and lm
experience, Please send full S a
resume and salary history in S Na Me h t
full confidence to John S.
George & Co. Ltd., P. 0. Box For hukf AMd Suvi
6330 E.S. Nassau.


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Left to mourn: Wife Myrtle
Henderson, four daughters
Rita, Leona, Sheba and
Sheron, one sister, one brother,
friends and a host of relatives.

I ENTERTAINMENT
C14336
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street


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'ANP IMCEMENTS HELP WANTED
14366 SHAWNEE C15155
DBaiServce between West LIFE GUARD: One (1) Life
Pgili lach and West End. For Guard to be employed In Pool
mzitions call The Grand Area. Applicant must be a
Oja.. a Hotel (Ex. 5). holder of Red Cross Life Guard
certificate or equivalent. Must
ELP WANTED have a minimum of two (2)
SW years experience.
4397 For the above please apoly to
JOB TITLE INDUSTRIA, the Personnel Office Holiday
IEIECTRICIANS Inn of Lucayan Reach, P. 0.
Minimum Education Good Box F-760, Freeport, Grand
basic Odut4elln. Bahama, Bahamas.
Minimum Epwrlence 5 years
experience, .preferably in C15156
umnt at or similar
industry or smlar ASSISTANT PASTRY CHEF:
buties/Responsibilities One (1) Assistant Pastry Chef.
Inspect, repair, install andwire Must be able to run a pastry
all electrical apparatus, Cevcl shop on his own. Must have
and ircts of any voltage Id knowledge of French Pastry,
ent plant or as-_gned area. Assorted Pies, Gourmet
:Interested applicants contact Desserts. Must be able to make
Personnel Department, Bahama outstanding decorative cakes-
rCemelnt Company, P. 0. Box wedding cakes etc. Must have
F-100, Freeport, Grand two (2) years experience.
3Bahanjm. For the above please apply to
_ __the Personnel Office, Holiday
C1439.5 Inn of Lucayan Beach, P. 0.
Job Title GENERAL Box F-760, Freeport, Grand
REPAIRMEN Bahama, Bahamas.
Minimum Education Good,
basic education. C15153
Minimum Experience 5-10 TWO (2) MAINTENANCE MEN
eQatts/.esponsibilities Individuals should be first
b)9pEcts, repairs, replaces, grade carpenters and possess
Instslt, adjusts, and maintains extensive experience and
all mechanical equipment in a ability !n general maintenance.
cement manufacturing plant. Preference would be given to
Interested applicants contact applicants with good
Personnel Department, Bahamp references.
iennt Company, P. Box Apply to: Grand Bahama
100, Freeport, Grand Development Co. Ltd.
00 Freeport Grand Personnel Dept. Lucayan
ne. Ruildinn P O Box F- 2666.


C14447
KING'S INN & GOLF CLUB
requires a Sales Convention
Manager who will be
responsible for communication
and corresponding with our
prospective travel agents,
wholesalers, and ground tour
operators, coordinating
convention functions and
meeting room set-ups.
Knowledge, of audio visual
equipment and meeting room
'set up procedures essential.
.Proven ability to supervise
convention set-ups crew
essential. Good references and
clean police certificate
necessary.
Interested applicants apply to
Personnel Office, King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. Q. Boc F-207,
Preepor t,Grand Bahama.
C15151
Job Title PROCESS
ENGINEER
Minimum Education High
School or College Graduate.
Training In the art and
itessity of attaining.
maximum efficiency in Cement
*nLufacturing Process.
Minimum Experience 3-5
ties/Responsibilites -
S /nage activities relative in
Inning maximum efficiencies
1li the cement manufacturing
ifocess while making a quality
Zuct.
mtes Applicant Contact:
lrsonnel Department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
l- 100, Freeport, Grand
"hama.
($5158
Iynahoe Operator with five
years experience.
6hamians only need apply.
Sn Jose Construction, P. 0.
Box F-2494, Phone 352-7461.


g,. ,,,90, ,. % DuA vu v,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15157
SERVICEMAN required. Must
be fully experienced in all
phases of Pest Control and
Fumigation.
Apply to Rentokil Int. Ltd. P.
0. Box F-95. Freeport.
C15159
WANTED Lady with over
five years experience to sell
Jewels In exclusive jewellery
Boutique. Commission only.
Also to assist in lecturing to
the public and children and
Teachers on historical exhibits
and able to lecture on over
5,000 years of history. Must be
willing to work several evenings
per week until 11 p.m.
Please reply in writing only,
giving complete resume of past
experience to International
Jewels Display Limited, Box
F-149, Freeport.

C15123
iPetrochemical I. I. Co. has the
Following job opportunities
available for Bahamians to
work at BORCO Oil Refinery:
3 Instrument Fitters
3 Industrial Electricians
3 Pneumatic Instrument
Technicians
3 Pneumatic Line Fitters
3 Pipe Fitters
Applicants should have
previous experience in similar
jobs in Oil Refineries or
Chemical Plants. For
information please apply in
writing to: Petrochemical 1. I.
Co. Box F-343, Freeport, G.B.

C15152
'BODY man and estfrriator, 15
years experience, own tools.
Kent Motors, Box F-384,
'Freeport, 352-7231.


CARROLL RIGHTER'S


From the Crroll Rihtw Institute
'V71 GENERAL TENDENCIES: A fine day and
evening to p into effect the modern decisions
which you have made ree6nm y as well as improving your
relationships with business asociates. Take the time to let
good friends know that you value the alliance. .
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) If you contact many friends by
telephone at this time excellent'results will follow. Do favors
for those who have been good to you. 0
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Ad influential person will be
willing to give the support you,need if you make the proper
approach. Think along constructive lines.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Good day to increase your
knowledge by obtaining the Information you need from
available sources. Don't neglect correspondence.
MOON CHILDREN (June* 2 to July 21) Make sure you
follow through with what you have agreed with others.
Improve ego of close tie and have more happiness.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Make certain you do the work
that is expected of you by associates. You can get the backing
you need from bigwig at this time.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 122) Find a more up-to-date
system through which to handle routines and you will have
more time for important duties. Act wisely.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Use spare time for planning
your favorite recreation- Put those creative skills on a high
level and impress the right people.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Make the little changes and
repairs that will make your home more charming. Show more
courtesy to kin and increase harmony.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Make those necessary
appointments so that you can improve your productivity and
profits. A little social life is fine tonight.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Make sure you finish a
practical task you have started. Study your monetary position
and make improvement if necessary.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Take the time to improve
your appearance which is important to you at this particular
time. Attend the social tonight.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You have many personal tasks
that need your immediate attention. Seek an adviser and get
the suggestions that will aid your progress.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will have
fine ideas on how to make self and surroundings more
charming. A combination here of one who is old-fashioned at
one time and then very modern can lead to big success. A most
interesting personality here. Spiritual training is most
important for this youngster early in life.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


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Acrom
1. Completed a deal. (6, 3)
9. Child. (8)
10. Som the Scout or Peter
O'SuleTan. (61 3)
11. Smallvee e (85)
12. Erratic estimate. (4, 5)



Chess
By LEONARD BARDEN












A grandmaster made a hash of
this position from Wijk ann Zee
1974; can you do better ? Donner
(White, to move against Hecht)
has the choice of (a) 1 B xKt
(b) 1 P-K4 and (c) 1. KR-Q1.
Which should he play-and
which is the move to avoid 7?
Par times: 10 seconds, grand-
master; 30 seconds, chess master;
1 minute, expert; 2 minutes,
county player; 4 minutes, club
standard; 7 minutes, average;
15 minutes, novice.


letter, and there must be at
least one eight-letter word In the
list. No plurals; no foreign words;
no proper names. TODAY'S
TARGET: 23 words, good;
27 words, very good ; 34 words,
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION :
Epos stop Isotope oppose
OPPOSITE pest pipe poet poise
poop pope pose posit post sept
sippet spit spite spot step stipe
stoop stop tope.


14. 4
17. Planned route. ()
19.raa a ()
20. T d witl the mouth. (4)
8 lrch seats. (4)
M. Scottilsh 1isad. (4)
Down
L Without an tree of other
odour. (4, 5)
2. aes riyOGreenwleb
t. Pt
5. Beady for the rae. (8. 4)
.ty (4)
9. Lasso.

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SOLUTION NO. 9965 -

Chess Solution
(c) is right: after I KR-Q1
White is better because of his
active centralized bishop. (a) is
dubious, swapping B for Et with-
out reason. Donner blundered
with (b) 1 P-K4? KXtxPI win-
ning at least a pawn because of
2 KtxKt, Kt-BS; 3 Q-K.
QxB; 4 QxQ? Kt-K7 ch; 5
K-R1. Kt x Q.




Winning

Bridge
By VIOTa MOO
The diagrammed band,
played by the late Albert More-
nead, t& a neat example o" the
vantuanmg tricL Lnow More-
head coudnt see tmde saMA-Wes
hanas, the contract wasat easy,
even played double d"nM.
seawer doe". /W V
Morth
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Westest
'AQJU5 4109
V: 652 V 4
QJ10 O98432
gKoa
AQ 10 7
K a6

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head a o bhave tour
losers, tree spades and a clu.
oino up with the OA, he
drew triumnl, oGsaed the CK

marked with Usx id catds at
i least and preimably five spade
(3|6o justify* his ulnentbe over-
call. That left rom for at most
two clubl*
Thereupon Moaebead cashed
the and A and exited with
--
w now cashed hig #QJ.
be would have to lead a fourth
crd. and M nebwAls club 101w
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c&sh his club. but be
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By Kerrington Wilkinson
FIRST B\SI M,\ N Glen
Rolle's rbi single tied the score
in the top of the seventh inning
and Bimini Marlins utilized two
costly errors to emerge
victorious over Becks Bees
Sunday giving Bimini a clean
sweep of the double header at
the Queen Elizabeth Sports
Centre.
Bimini's hurler Shelton
Floyd picked up two wins over
the weekend giving up a total
of nine hits and five runs.
On Saturday Floyd pitched
five innings of shut out ball
before Beck's got pass the
Marlins defense to plate three
runs in the sixth frame.
Becks holding onto a one
run lead going into the seventh
frame saw their lead dwindle as.
the Marlins scored three runs
then held off Becks rally in the
bottom of that inning for a 7-5
win.
Parke Rolle walked leading
off the seven frame and stole
second base. Georce Weech was
safe on an error by Fred Taylor
to put runners on first and
third
Glen Rolle batting with the
count two and two drilled
Moncur's fast ball up the
middle plating Parke with the
tying run.
Oriel Rolle walked and
Lawrence Rolle bounced a
hard grounder to Sunny Haven
in short stop who failed to
filed the ball enabling Weech
and Glen to score giving Bimini
the victory.
Becks Bees threatened in the
bottom of that inning but
unsuccessful for the Marlin's
defense held their own
Becks drew first blood in the
first inni g when they plated
three runs of starter Sterling
Wilkinson and came back to
score two more runs in the
second inning of reliever


day


Glory


BRIDGETOWN Ion
Antonas, a powerfully-built
Univ ersity of Miami
undergraduate, scored a major
upset with a stunning victory
over Richard Russell as the
Bahamas took a 2-0 lead over
defending champions Jamaica
in the Co mmonwealth
Caribbean men's team tennis
championships.
Antonas, playing superb
tennis on the slow hard courts
at Paradise Beach Club, beat RI
Russell, acknowledged as the
Commonwealth Caribbean's
top player, 4-6, 6-2, 5-7, 6-2, Russ
6-1. right-ha
Earlier, Leo Rolle swept past game,
David Tate 6-4, 6-3, 6-0 to put the slo'
the Bahamas into an early lead. by Ant


Shelton Floyd to lead 5-0 at
the end of two innings.
Bimini scored three runs in
the third and one in the fifth
while Floyd kept the Bees
inchecked through out the five
innings of the seven innings
contest. Gilbert Moncur was
charged with the lost.
In the first game on
Saturday Floyd held the Bees
scoreless until the sixth inning
when the Bees managed to
score three runs on two hits.
Mike Huyler started the
game for Manager Bernie
Turnquest but had to leave in
the second frame as Don
Taylor took over the mound
duties.
In the fourth frame Oriel
singled and stole second base
then rode home on an error by
short stop Roosevelt Turner
off the bat of Sherrick Ellis.


SWIM CHAMPION Andy
Knowles set five new records in
the third annual Bahamas
National Swimming
Championships over the
weekend and all the nine and
10 year olds both boys and
girls broke all existing
national records.
In a very successful national
meet at the St. Andrew's
School pool 33 new records
were set.
Star of the meet was Andy
Knowles who bettered all his
existing national times in the
1500 in. freestyle, the 200 m.
freestyle, the 100es m
breaststroke, 100 m freestyle
and 200 individual medley.
But Mario Carey in the boys
15-17 group also set five new
records and won all the six
races he entered. Another boy,
Greg Geiselmhnan in the 9-10 age


for


made several simple mistakes
and Antonas was quick to
capitalize on them.
Antonas was at his best in
the final two sets, allowing the
dispirited Russell only three
games. A crowd of about 500
cheered lustily for Antonas
who has become a big favourite
in his first Brandon series for
the Bahamas.
Rolle was in devastating
form in the other match. The
Jamaicans decided to replace
David Pratt, who played
second string singles in the
semi-final against Barbados,
with David Tate. But Tate,
obviously favouring a suspect
knee, never seriously extended
the speedy Rolle.


In the fifth Randy Rolle got
things started for Bimini when
he base hit and stole second
and third base.
Lonney Ellis got first base
on a miscue then Weech singled
to plate Rolle with a run.
In other senior league action
over the weekend Saint
Bernards shut out Carroll's
Food Store 10-0 as Larry
Turnquest threw a two hitter.
And in Freeport Del Jane
picked up two wins by beating
The Classic Bucks 12-0 and
9-2.

In the junior league action
over the weekend Curferg
Cardinals chalked up a win
over Kilarney Pro's when the
Pro's manager called his players
off the field in the top of the
sixth while trailing 7-3 at the


Jon


"We are really thrilled over
Jon's win," Bahamian team
manager Peter Isaacs said.
"He has been the find of the
tournament so far and this was
one of his best wins. It's not
over yet but we feel confident
-- just as we did when we came
here."
The Bahamas had never won
the Brandon trophy but
needed to win one of the two
singles or the doubles to take
it.
In the women's competition
for the Phillips trophy,
defending champions Trinidad
and Tobago took a 1-0 lead
over Jamaica when Jean Merry
and Ria Mark beat Sue Biscoe
and Lorna Wood 6-3, 6-2.


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Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Kirk Forbes manager for the
Pro's disagreed on the action
by the umpires on the
unsportsmanship of his player
towards a member of the
Cardinals ball club and
in turn ordered his players to
pack and split the ball scene.
On Saturday in the bottom
end of the junior league
twinbill, Heineken Stars
defeated Nassau Astros 8-5 at
Q.E.S.C.
Heineken's hurler George
Edgecombe scattered four hits,
five walks and allowed the
Astros' five runs while going
the route to adhere to the
victory.
Ronald Seymour who
replaced Terrance Clarke in the
first inning gave up five walks,
seven hits and allowed the
Stars to score seven runs as he
was tagged with the loss.


Andy

Backstroke 1 20.8
Hugs Ribot 100 Breaststroke
1.24.9*
Hugs Rihbot 100 Butterfly
1.17.3
Iugs Rihot lOO1m Freestyle
1.05.4
Hugs Ribht 200m Freestylie
2.25.3


GIRLS
DI)ehhbbie ayers
Medley 2.59.0*
)ehhbie Sayers
Backstroke 1.21.2*
D)ehhie Savers
Breaststroke -- 1.29.5


200 Ind.


I 00


('anille Adderley 100 Butterflr
1.24.3
)ebhie Sayers 100I reestyle
1.10.8*
Uehcca' Waerner 2001ni


Freestyle -2.39.3
BOYS
IS &


Mario Carey
2.21.9*
Mario Carey
1.14.0*
Mario Carey
1.21.1*
Mario Carey
1.15.4
Mario Carey
1.01.4*
Mario Carey
2.36.6*


17
200 Ireestyle
00 Backstroke
100 Breaststroke
100 Butterfly
100 I reestyle
200 ind. Med.


GIRIl. S
Charlotte Knowles 200
Ireestyle 2.52.7
Charlotte Knowles 100
Backstroke. 1.25.4
Jennifer Adderley 100
Breatstroke 1.36.6
Jennifer Adderley 100
Butterfly 1 .29.9
Charlotte Knowles 100
Freestyle 7.17.5
Charlotte Knowles 200 Ind.
Med. 3.13.8
18 & Over
BOYS
Andy Knowles I 500 m
Freestyle 7.54.6*
Andy Knosles 100 Backstroke
1.10.6
Andy Knowles 200 1 reestyle
- 2.02.0*
Andy Knowlhs 100
Breastroke 1.17.0*
John lindley 100 Butterfly
1.01.7*
Andy Knossles 100 I reestyle
- 57.1*


Andy Knowles
Medlev 2 26 3*


200 Ind.


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IALE Fittipaldi

UPSETS races

4ORTON to victory
FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD NIVELLES, Belgium' -
hael Hale scored a bi Brazil's Emerson Fittipaldi, in
et in the Montagu Beach a McLaren, scored a dramatic
Studio and Club's first wheel-to-wheel victory in the
itational tournament Belgian Grand Prix Sunday for
day when he beat second his second triumph of 1974
d Steve Norton. and took the lead in the World
lale put away the Drivers Championship.
-hander 8-7, 6-3. He crossed the line just
n other first round mens ahead of young Austrian Nikl
les J.R. Ford beat H. Lauda in a Ferrari after expert
ville 6-1, 6-0; Charles driving put the pair ahead of
naldson beat W. Nichols the early group of leaders in
6-0; C. Bethel beat Percy the 196.69-mile race.
innings 6-1, 6-2 and J.R A bitterly disappointed Clay
d Jr. beat V. Miller 3-6 Regazzoni, who led the race In
6-3. his Ferrari from the start to
n the ladies first round almost the halfway mark, was
les P. Hanrahan d. J. beaten out of third place in the
rington 6-4, 4-6, 6-2; S. last lap by South African Jody
dal d. G. Galloway 6-3, Scheckter in a Tyrell.
; J. Tivy d. D. Overend Regazzoni ran out of fuel in
10, 6-1; and S. Jolly d. A. the final mile and Scheckter
ter 2-6, 6-4, 7-5. passed hin in the last 100 yards
n the men's doubles Dr. as Regazzoni coasted toward
Hale and his son beat R. the finish line.
>wles and K. Bethel 3-6, It was a bad day for the
6-2: C. Donaldson and C. black IJPS Lotus cars.-Sweden's
t h e I b. Jimmy Ronnie Peterson dropped out
tern-Hunt and R. Alleyne on the 38th lap with a fuel leak
6-2; J. Farrington and and firatly retired after
ry Farrington d. S. two-thirds cf the race.
ville and S. Rodgers 6-1, Belgium's Jacky Ickx never
was in contention in the other
n the ladies doubles J. Lotus and was hampered by
rington and K. Seller d. W. break troubles.
burn and J. Hutchinson Standings in the world
64; Edith Powell and S. driving championship.
4; Edith Powell and S. tmerson Fittipaldi, Brazil. 22 points
lall d. V. Robins and P. Niki Lauda, Austria 21
rahan 6-0, 4-6, 7-5. Clay Regazzoni. Switzerland, 19
1 matches will be Dennis Hulme, New Zealand. 11
tinted on Saturday at 10 Jenn-Pierre Beltoise, France, to
tinued on Saturday at 10 Mike Hailwood, Britain. 9
. with the Ladies doubles (arlos Reuteman, Argentina, 9
Is set for Sunday at 4 Jody Scheckter, South Africa, 6
Hans Stuck, West Germany, 5
Jacky Ickx Belgium 4

Yorkshire hammer Indians


BRADFORD The Indian
cricketers were hammered by
Yorkshire and were struggling
to avoid the first defeat of
their English tour at Bradford
today.
A century partnership by
Barrie Leadbeater and Peter


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS 30. Goddess of
1. Dominion healing
6 Son of Chaos 31. Pouch
12. See eye to eye 32. Short jacket
13. Garden plant 33. Girl's
1. Traveler's inn nickname
15. Thwarted 34. Sir Anthony
16 Shakespearean 36. Faculty
character 37. Japanese
18. -- Greco admiral
19. Sprite 38. Leaflet
21. Educational 40. Russian sea
association 42. Young fish
23. Icelandic saga 46. Mistreat
27. Flower wreath 49. Buckingham
29. Broad'ay 50 Curtain
playwright material


Ireland

stun

World

Cup

Scots
GLASGOW Northern
Ireland's soccer team humbled
Scotland, a contender for the
World Cup. 1-0 in the Eritish
international championship at
Glasgow's Hampden Park
Saturday.
The Irish led 1-0 at half-time
and held on to their lead as
Scotland skidded about on a
wet field and Iried to find their
rhythm.
It was a disastrous warm-up
game for the Scots, who are
grouped with Brazil,
Yugoslavia and Zaire in the
World Cup ir Germany next
month.
Tom Cassidy, who plays for
Newcastle, scored Ireland's
goal in the 39th minute.
A crowd of 53,775 watched
Scotland's failure. it was the
third time the Irish had beaten
Scotland at Hlanmpden Park in
the last four years.
The Irish, using robust
tactics, knocked the Scots out
of their stride. Three Irish
players Sammy Nelson,
Sammy Morgan and Allan
Hlunte' were booked by the
referee in the first 23 minutes.
Pools of water lay on the
field after heavy overnight rain.
The Scots failed to adapt
themselves and sent many
passes astray.
The Irish made the running.
A header from Morgan hit the
bar before Cassidy outran the
Scottish defense to shoot home
for the deciding goal. Scottish
defender Marlin Buchan tried
to clear but only helped the
ball into the net.
Cardiff, I ngland downed
Wales 2-0 in its first
international galse since Sir Alf
Ramnsey was dismissed as
English teai m manager.
Stan Bowles scored his
first-ever goal for England in
the 35th minute to give his
team a 1-0 half-time lead.
Kevin Keegan, two-goal hero
of Liverpool's English (Cup
final triumph last week. made
it 2-0 in the 55th minute.
Joe Mercer. acting as
England's caretaker manager
until a successor to Ramsey is
appointed, dropped Martin
Peters, the last surviving
member of Ramsey's world
Cup winning team of 1964.
played in midfield and was
made captain. In the past
Hughes has always played for
England in the back four. (AP)
SOCCER RESULTS
L (NI(DON N Results o) I iglishi
league soccer games Saturdi
l)ivisi, ) I
Newcastle 0 I oitiiami 2
DI)vision 4
Rotherham 3 i'eterhorough I


Squires enabled Yorkshire to
declare at 170 for 3 in their
second innings.
The Indians were set a
victory target of 274 runs. By
lunch they had made only
seven, with both opening
batsmen out.


ION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
vanished 2. Personality
Adolescent 3. Finesse
ears 4. Ugly look
DOWN' Girl's name
'DOWN 6. German city
Varies 7. Melirw
8. zobl
0 It ? 9. Fruit fly larva
10. Manipulate
11. Gloomy
- 17. Opera role
19. Other
17 ?O. .Ftqr par'
/ 2. Market place
24 25 26 24. Crescent
?- 5. Far-
3 26. Jason's ship
33 29 Contestant
35. Maritime
-7 39 gambling game
41. Rose's
husband
!%< 42. Baboon
48 14 43. Negligept
44. Yale
45. Boy's
- nickname
47. Offspring
5- 48. Abstract being


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GOLDSMITH of San Salvador Island is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
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person who knows any reason why registration should not
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City Abaco is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality ar', Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
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Par lime 26 min. AP Newsfaeoures


Five records for


group also set three new
records.
There were also some good
girl swimmers, and three of
them Debbie Sayers in the
13-14 age group, Tracy Jagr in
the 11-12 age group, and
De:ise Dickie in the 9-10 age
group all set new records in
three events each.
Winners:
NATIONALS SWIM WINNERS
(*New Records)
6 & Under Group All 25 Meters
Boys ('hidi Achara
Breaststroke 29.5
Girl Jackie Zuccaccia
Breastroke 31.46
Boy Adam Cafferata
Backstroke 27.9
;irls --Jackie /Zuccaccia
Breastroke 29. 1
Boys Adam Caffereta
Butterfly 27.2
Girls Jackie /Zuccaccia
Butterfly 31.6
Boys while e Achara Ireestyle
2 1.0
Girls Jackie Zuccaccia
I reestyle 23.9
8 & Under Group AI.L. METERS
BOY S
Jim Woerner Backstroke
48.6
Philip Holdorn Breastroke -
52.9
Jim Woemer Butterfly 49.5
Philip Holdon- Freestyle
38.4
(;I 1RS1
Rona Hickman Backstroke


53.7
Katie Stewart Breaststroke -
53.3
Joanna 'erry Butterfly --54.3
Rona Hilckman Freestyle -
45.0
9 & 10 Group (ALL 9 & 10
BROKE OL RECORDSS.
BOYS Greg Geisitnan 50
Breaststroke 42.9*
Sean McCartney 50
Breaststroke -- 46.2*
;reg Geiselman 200 Ind
Medley 3.16.0 (new event)
Greg Gceisel an --50 Butterfly
39.0*
Sean McCartney 50 Freestyle
34.2*
GIRl S
200 Ind. Medley wvas a new event -
last year was I00.
Denise Iickie 50 Backstroke
40.2 Karen Sands 50
Breastroke 44.9 DIenise D)ickie -
200 Ind Medley 3.07.7 (newevent)
Viki Ansell 50 Butterfly
39.4*
D)enise iickic -50 I reestyle -
34.7*
(II & 12 Group)
BOYS
Clinton Sayers 100 m
Backstroke 1.26.2
Nicholas l'opor 100 iO
Breaststroke 1.33.6
C'linton Sayers 200 m Ind,
Medley .- 3.04.4
Bill Woemer- S50 Hutterfly -
36.4
Clinton Savers 100 In'
Freestyle .ll .5*
GIRLS
Tracy J. aw 100 m Breastroke
1.26.3*
Fli/aheth Biarcardi 100m
Breaststroke 1.33.7*
Tracy Jagr 200m Ind Medlei.
3.04.9* 100
Tracy Jar 50 m Butterfly -
36.7*
Tammy Cole 100 mn Freestyle
1.12.20
13 & 13 lOOm Butterfly new event,
SOm last year.
BOYS
Huls Rihot 200m Ind Medley
2.46.8*
Donald Martinborough 100


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