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VOL. LXXI, No. 147 Fray, May 17, 1974. Pri:
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Trio get 5pfor robbing vis


TWO LABOURERS and a 16-year-old
-routh were yesterday sentenced to five
; ears in prison after they were convicted
'f robbing and extorting money from
lwo American visitors whom they held up
>.nd forced into a car last September.
Leon Johnson, presently serving a
ison term imposed earlier in the
aesions, Tom Michael Jones, 21, and
avid Munnings, both of whom were
convicted two weeks ago for robbing two
I ritish envoys, had pleaded not guilty.


Poli accused the trio of robbing
Queens, New York, police officer Bill
Helmig and his friend Denise Garner
around 1:30 a.m. September 17, last
year.
The trio forced them into a
grey-col ured European model car in an
area n ar Fort Charlotte and after
relievi the woman of her jewellery and
money, held her hostage outside the
Parad Island Hotel.
They had taken the two visitors to


B' NEY DORSEI

A MF.MBEI eciallN Witing German hockey t am w '
injured last mgn, 'big nefter-happy bandits who eld u
.: 1 meter cab and iobo6' it tiriver the Lov Beac,
..Colony Club.


"' Princess Margaret Hosp
authoritieses this morning
.that Dr. Max Tree aclt
admittedd to the male gic.
ard at midnight, was in fairly
satisfactory condition today.
Treserbacher was injured
1..when two thieves shot at him
as he stood on the balcony of
his apartment at the Love
each Colony Club watching
them as they held up the taxi
Driver.
John Taylor, driver of a
Bahamas Transport meter cab
"and Clarita Stewart, a
passenger, escaped injuries as
the two masked men made
theirr get-away on foot after
Sg, shooting Treserba4her.
Stewart, a Jamaican cook
employed with the Love Beach
Colony Club, became
frightened during the robbery
and began sc~taming. At the
i time of the Icident.hB taxi
dtriw was on "iwaf( lpck
up her daughter, Patricia
Nelson, who was Inside one of
Sthe cottages.
CRIME WAVE
Last night's incident follows
recent reports of armed
robbery attacks on New
Providence businesses and also
Monday morning's hold-up of
the newly opened Montagu
Beach Film Studios an
incident the Criminal
Investigation Department
denied any knowledge of.
With Goombay Summer
only two weeks away, the
rising wave of serious crimes
remains unchecked, and
reports of armed robberies and
offences against the person
have recently increased.
The recent crime wave has
left in its wake several unsolved
bank robberies, numerous
hold-ups and murders including
the brutal killing of an Ohio
attorney in his Paradise Island
hotel suite in late December,
last year.
Last night's armed robbery
and shotgun attack took place
around 11:30 p.m.
Taylor, the driver of
meter-cab number 213, had
gone to the Love Beach Colony
Club to pick up two passengers
at the time, he said.
"I arrived promptly at 11
p.m. but as it was too early, I
was asked to wait for one of
the women. Miss Stewart came
into the car and so I began to
drive down to the cottage to
collect the other passenger -
Patricia Nelson.
"I never picked her up,"
Taylor said.
MASKED MEN
While going down the
drive-way to the cottage,
located adjacent to the club, he
said two young, masked men
jumped out from the bushes.
"They were speaking in a
low tone of voice and ordered
me to stop the taxi," he said.
"As they approached, I also
noticed that one of them was
carrying a sawed-off shotgun in
his hand."
S "When they said to stop the
car, I began to get nervous.
My feet came off the pedal and
the car continued down the
drive-way. Miss Stewart was in
the back seat screaming.





SMOKED GLASS
DINETTES


"I could not stop the cat
and we never stopped until we
bumped into another car thai
was parked in the drive-way,
Taylor said.
VISITOR SHOT
He said that one of the
robbery then came up to hi:
side of the car and told him tc
hand over his money. He had
about $75 in cash at the time
and they took if fromthim.
He said that "a Germas
tourist who was supposed to bi
leaving the island today cami
outside his cottage" and as hi
was watching, the gunmen sho
at him. He was taken tc
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their hotel
inside and
see her again
Chief Ju
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that it wai
pedestrians
sentence w
discouragin
Their
imposed to
present prii


A STUDY by the Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce has
revealed that the reluctance of
developers to make any new
investment in the Bahamas is
the result of the government's
"uncertain immigration
policy."
To assist in reversing the
trend, the Chamber has
prepared a report on
recommended policy and
submitted it to Home Affairs
Minister Darrell Rolle,
Chamber president Bill
Farquharson revealed at the
annual general meeting
Wednesday night.
As a result, the Minister is to
address the Chamber's July
supper meeting on this
all-important subject, Mr.
Farquharson said.
Emphasizing the wide scope
of the Chanber's activities, the
president noted the closer
working relationship that has
now been established between
the Chamber and Government.
"This increasing awareness
of the Chamber by government
was also demonstrated during
the increase in electricity rates
in October. Prior to the
increase," he said, "the
Bahamas Electricity Cor-
poration had invited the
Chamber to attend a special
meeting to outline the new
rates and to give their reasons
for applying such."
Mr. Farquaharson said that
during the past year the
Chamber's Development
Committee had devoted almost
its entire efforts to improving
liaison with the Ministry of
Development and the
Development Corporation.
During the beginning of the
year the committee answered a
call to assist the Corporation in
its industrial promotion
programme, and since that
time the relationship had been
considerably strengthened.
Concerned by the absence of
new investment, the committee
carried out a study which
revealed, the effects which
immigration was having.
Touching on the reports of
the Chamber's other
committees, Mr. Farquaharson
said that the Tourism
Committee has forwarded a
letter to the Ministry of
Tourism outlining the
Chamber's views on points
raised at the Ministry's recent


Interview '75 conference.
The most outstanding
project of the Retail
Committee was its proposals
on an amendment to the Shop
Licence Act and introduction
of an annual business licence.
The committee's efforts were
in response to a government
request for assistance in
formulating a workable scheme
for the licensing of businesses.
Among other matters
discussed were: travelling
salesmen and a proposal for a
native craft market. The
committee is also looking into
the possibility of setting up a
local Better Business Bureau.
The Education Committee is
in the process of finalising
plans for a forthcoming
Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce Drug Prevention
Week.
The Road Traffic Com-
mittee has obtained
government approval on a
proposal to restructure the
traffic flow pattern at the
Mackey Street roundabout,
permitting traffic from Potter's
Cay to turn west if they wish
instead of having to turn into
Okra Hill.
The Hospital Committee has
presented the Blood Bank with
a blood donor register of 750
names and is presently
instigating a membership drive
among the medical profession.


tors

I and ordered Helmig to go
get money "or you wiu never
in," Helmig said they told him.
stice Leonard Knowles, passing
pon the three prisoners, said
s becoming more difficult for
at night. He hoped that the
vould reflect his attempt at
g the crime situation.
sentences, however, were
o run concurrently to their
son terms.


doctor is






now shot









r hospital by ambulance after 'for twelve years and this is the
e being struck on the arm and first time in my life I have ever
t chest, experienced such an incident,"
Treserbacher, who arrived Taylor said.
here last week with other team Treserbacher, along with
mates on the German Hockey other team-mates left Nassau
e team which played friendly this afternoon to return to
s matches with the local national Hamburg, West Germany,
o squad, had been attracted by following their stay here, it was
d the screaming, he said.' confirmed.
e The thieves, making their Meanwhile, Criminal
get-way on foot, jumped over a Investigation Department
n wall near the cottage to escape, continues its investigation into
e he said. Taylor said that both Monday's hold-up of the
e men wore dark clothing and Montagu Film Studios and
e were about five feet eight and Tuesday's armed robbery of a
t five feet ten inches in height. Coral Harbour resident and his
. "1 have been driving taxis four guests on Carmichael Road.


The licensing Committee is
reviewing the travelling
salesman work permit and
licence regulations with a view
to presenting recommendations
to government on possible
improvement.
The Ecology and
Beautification Committee has
been responsible for aaecology
supplement in the press and a
walking tours brochure.
The Docks and Freight
Committee has been
instrumental in obtaining
government approval to move
containerized perishables on a
trial basis. It is hoped this
scheme will be enlarged to
include general cargo in due
course, it was said.
The Chamber's immediate
plans for the future include
organization of a Federation of
Bahamian Chambers and/or
trade organization; revamping
of the Memorandum and
Articles of Association to
broaden the Chamber's scope
and to reflect changing times;
introduction of a Bahamas
Chamber logo and an annual
trade fair.
This promotion was
introduced by the newly
established fund-raising
committee as a major means of
raising funds for committee
budgets and extraordinary
Chamber expenditures.


UK.ELECTION IN JUNE?


LONDON -- Prime Minister
Harold Wilson's minority
government has suffered its
first legislative defeat, fueling
speculation that a general
election will be called as early
as June in a Labour Party bid
for a commanding position in
the House of Commons.
The defeat came Thursday
in the committee stage of a
Labour Party bill to abolish the
Industrial Realtions Act,
passed in 1971 by the
Conservatives to curb wildcat
strikes.
An alliance of Conservative,
Liberal and Scottish
Nationalist members on the
all-party committee succeeded
in passing an amendment to
the Labour bill. It would revive
a code of industrial conduct
contained in the 1971 law.
Wilson has reportedly told
senior party colleagues that he


has not ruled out a June
election. Observers said he had
to decide by the end of next
week if he wanted a June 13
election date. Three weeks
notice is required.
Additional pressure for an
election could come if
opposition alliances tried to
force the government to
outlaw closed shop agreements
which require labour union
membership of employes,
sources said.
The Labour Party, which
came into power Feb. 28,
holds 301 out of the 635 seats
in the House of Commons. The
Conservatives have 296 seats
and the Liberals 14 while the
rest are held by Scottish, Welsh
and Irish Nationalists and
independents.
Wilson's government has
formed no alliances with any
of the other parties. (AP)


Barefoot Moxev



wants Maynarcds



resignation


PLP PARLIAMENTARIAN EDMUND MOXEY
marched barefoot and barebacked into the Ministry of
Tourism in Nassau Court this morning to personally
deliver a letter demanding the resignation of Tourism
Minister Clement T. Maynard.
A confrontation between the two was avoided by Mr.


EDMUND MOXEY, M. P.
Barefdot protest




Govt. stock loan


oversubscribed



by $4 million

By NICKI KELLY
THE GOVERNMENT'S $11 million stock offer has been
oversubscribed by more than $4 million.


O


the $1,000 subscription unit
.was too high and did not allow
for smaller people to take part,
he explained.
Mr. Baswell Donaldson,
governor-designate of the
Central Bank, and Mr.
Reginald Woods, financial
secretary, were present at
today's conference.
"The reason the Central-
Bank wanted to subscribe was
to have stock to engage in open
market operation," Mr.
Donaldson said. Because of the
Bank's own policy of not
wanting domestic savings
exported, it was felt that
Bahamian securities should be
available to trusts and banks in
which they could profitably
invest their funds.
Mr. Hanna also revealed that
the Central Bank is to come
into force on June 1. The only
thing now causing delay is the
appointment of the members
of the board, but this should
be completed in the next week.
The Bank building itself is
slated for completion between
August and September.

"SAFETY AT SEA"

BASRA in co-operation with
Radio Bahamas is broadcasting
its own five minute radio
programme every Friday at
6:25 p.m. on ZNS 1. The
programme which is called
"Safety at Sea" will consist of
the marine forecast for the
twenty-four hour period
commencing 6:00 p.m. on the
Friday evening with a further
outlook for the following
twenty-four hour period and a
brief feature each week on
safety in boating, swimming
and diving. Other topics will
include first aid and interesting
cases which BASRA has dealt
with.
The programme is being
sponsored by Canadian
Imperial Bank of Commerce.


Hotel contract signing


OFFICIALS of the Hotel
and Catering Workers Union
and the Hotel Employers
Association fly to Exuma
tomorrow, and the trip is
expected to lead to the signing
shortly of a work contract
covering the estimated 80
employees of George Town's
Out Island Inn.
It will be the first contract
for a hotel outside New
Providence and Grand Bahama.
Flying to George Town in
the morning will be Union
secretary general Bobby
Glinton and Associafton
executive director Trevelyan


Cooper. Mr. Glinton said they
expect to finalise contract
provisions with Inn general
manager George E. Blackmore.
The union organised its
Exuma branch in early 1973.
Management of the Out Island
Inn recognized the
Nassau-based Hotel Union at
sole bargaining agent for its
employees in an agreement
signed January 6 this year in
the offices of Cash, Fountain
and Bowe, the Inn's Nassau
legal advisors.
Negotiations for a wska
contract have been in progfme
since early last month.


Maynard's absence from his office
- Mr. Moxey, backbencher
representative for Coconut
Grove, has been highly critical
of what he sees as a cut-back
this year in grass-roots
involvement in Goombay
Summer.
Mr. Moxey walked the 25
yards from the offices of the
Musicians and Entertainers
Union, also in Nassau Court, to
the Ministry clad only in
beige trousers with one cuff
rolled to the knee, and a white
handkerchief tied around his
head ;:nd stained with red ink.
His scanty attire, Mr. Moxey
said, symbolises the poor
people over the hill he
represents in his Goombay
fight. The "bloody"
handkerchief, he added,
represents "the blood from the
bruises and scorches he (Mr.
Maynard) has inflicted on me
and my people."
Finding the Minister away
from his office, Mr. Moxey left
his letter with Mr. Maynard's
secretary. It read:
"After an extensive tour of
my constituency yesterday
and after receiving many
telephone calls and visits
from the people all over the
country, including Gambler
(Mr. Maynard's constituency)
where I live, I have no other
alternative but to request that
you resign your Ministerial
post.
"You have betrayed the
people once, you have
betrayed the people twice
and you have betrayed the
people the third time when
you demonstrated to the
world who you are by
bringing a man from
Australia, a place where the
black man cannot enter, to
head our Ministry.
"Please, please, in the
name of God, go," the letter
urged.
Mr. Moxey, after leaving the
letter with the secretary, read a
copy to the press outside the
Minister's door, and then
staged an impromptu press
conference outside, where
Tourism permanent secretary
E.A. Thompson tried, without
success, to get him to stop.
INJUSTICES
Commenting on his own
stand as a PLP representative
openly attacking a PLP Cabinet
member, Mr. Moxey revealed
that "after consultation with
my people, they have
requested me to stay on (in the
House) and fight their battle. I
will fight anyone who stands in
the way of the people, because
of the social injustices meted
out tu our people in the
densely populated area over
the hill, an area where people
seem to forget they came from,
an area we must do something
for as soon as possible."
When Mr. Thompson arrived
on the scene and attempted to
get Mr. Moxey's attention the
parliamentarian at first
pointedly ignored him.
"1 can only hope," Mr.
Moxey continued, "that all
Bahamians will rally around
this cause so we may walk this


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'Uncertain immigration policy


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By Mike Lothian

proud land a free and happy
people. I am trying to achieve
justice for the people who live
in the neglected areas, who live
over the hill and who, I must
say, are in urgent need of help.
"We should now move to
eradicate the ignorance that
exists in our densely populated
areas."
In the background Mr.
Thompson was saying "this
property is under the control
of the Ministry of Tourism and
this sort of thing should not be
going on here without his (the
Minister's) permission. I object.
Mr. Moxey, you should know
better."
Raising his voice and
bringing a number of Ministry
employees to nearby windows,
Mr. Moxey declared, "Mr.
Thompson, I am standing on
ground that belongs to me and
to the people. You all believe it
is your own personal thing and
that is why nothing can be
done."
"You should do this
elsewhere," the permanent
sectetary.insisted. 'This is not
the proper place."
BRING JUSTICE
"The time has come," Mr.
Moxey continued, "when the
old must join with the youth
to bring freedom to this
country. I say bring justice to
the poor people," he shouted,
"whose money you are
spending all over the world,
wasting it. This is what the
fight is about. As long as God
gives me breath I will preach!"
He described himself as "the
voice of the true PLP crying in
the wilderness."
Mr. Moxey's complaints
centre on the alleged lack of
interest on the Ministry's part
in promoting Jumbey Village,
his Blue Hill Road south
brainchild, confirmed Ministry
plans to build an entertainment
centre at Fort Charlotte that
Mr. Moxey charges will
compete directly with Jumbey
Village, and the Ministry's
introduction of foreign
entertainers into the Goombay
Summer programme, a
supposedly indigenous
enterprise.
Mr. Moxey, who claims
credit for originally thinking of
the Goombay Summer idea,
has said it was intended to
move tourists, and their
dollars, over the hill to bring
grass-roots people into the
economic mainstream. This is
not being done, he charged.
Mr. Maynard has denied
cutting the Village out of the
Ministry's promotional
material, and has asserted that
the Fort Charlotte project will
not be detrimental to Jumbey
Village.
The Ministry and the
Musicians and Entertainers
Union have made a
compromise arrangement to
allow some foreign artists to
perform here during Goombay
Summer, but on a small scale.
GAMBLE ENGAGED
MRS. G. 0. Gamble of
Village Road has announced
the engagement of her
daughter, Susan Brionie, to
Solomon O. Odubanjo of
London and Lagos, Nigeria.
Mr. Odubanjo is the son of
Mr. G. O. Odubanjo, former
Nigerian Ambassador to Great
Britain, and Mrs. Odubange =


"The very success of this
issue gives the lie to all those
who believe no one has any
confidence in the
government," Finance Minister
Arthur Hanna told reporters
today at a noon-day news
conference called to announce
the results.
Mr. Hanna said the
commercial banks had taken
up $8.8 million of the
securities offering, insurance
companies $1.08 million, the
Monetary Authority $814,000
and a number of prominent
local Bahamian businessmen
and other people the remaining
$276,000.
The most interest, he said,
had been shown in the
long-term eight to ten year
maturities.
The bids were opened at 10
a.m. today and closed one
minute later. "It was
envisioned that the Monetary
Authority would subscribe $5
million but it was allowed to
take $814,000 to give first
preference to the others," the
Minister explained.
Mr. Hanna blamed local
newspaper reporters for
perpetuating the "rumours"
that there was no confidence in
the government.
"1 think it is time that we be
honest to this country and give
the country the facts. This is
an opportunity to honestly say
to the country that the things
they have been hearing are lies
and the facts speak for
themselves," he said.
The success of the issue
expressed the confidence not
only of the banks and
insurance companies with
offices abroad but of
Bahamians regarded as sound
businessmen.
"Even the Opposition has
confidence in the government
by subscribing themselves," he
added.
The stock issue, first under
the government's 1973
Registered Stock Act, is the
first move towards
establilishing regular issues by
the government, the Minister
said.
It was also the first time that
the Ministry of Finance and
the Central Bank had taken the
lead in organizing a loan. .
Last year's $30 million
refinancing loan, also
oversubscribed by $8 million,
was led by the Royal Bank of
Canada, the government's
bankers.
"The demands of the times
will dictate when future
securities will be offered and
what other role they can play,"
Mr. Hanna said.
One of the criticisms made
of the present issue was that
























Court blast
kills five
POTCHEFSTROOM, South
Africa Five persons,
including a magistrate, were
believed killed when an
explosion ripped through a
courthouse here today.
Twelve people were
admitted to hospital in serious
condition.
The South African
Broadcasting Corporation
reported the blast occurred
when an object was thrown
into the court after a man had
been found guilty of a driving
offence. (AP)

Aussie voters
told: Smile
SYDNEY Australia's 7.9
million voters were urged
today to get to polling stations
early for Saturday's general
election- and smile.
The grin-and-bear-it advice
comes from top electoral
officials who have requested
polling stations staffs to srpile,
too. They anticipate long
queues as electors complete
three ballot papers which could
take as long as 15 minutes per
elector. Voting is compulsory.
Balaguer leads
v\I() DI)OMINGO -
President Joaquin Balaguer
took the pred icted
overwhelming lead today in
early returns from the
Domin i can Republic's
presidential election.
The count of more than 25
per cent of the ballots in Santo
Domingo gave the 66-year-old
incumbent a 5-1 lead over Luis
Hlomero Lajara Burgos of the
ultraconservative Popular
Democratic party. The tally so
far was 36,460 to 7,821. (AP)

Inflation
PARIS Inflation rates for
S- the 1I2-month period ending
March 31, 1974'
United States 10.4 per cent,
Canada 10.4, Australia 13.2,
New Zealand 10.3, France
12.2, Italy 14.3, Britain 13.5,
Belgium' 9.5, Denmark 14.1,
Ireland 13.5, Finland 17.3,
Spain 15.7, Sweden 10.8,
Switzerland 9.7, Turkey 19.2.


Schmidt backs


US presence


in Europe

BONN Chancellor Helmut Schmidt today strongly endorsed
a continued U.S. presence in Europe and described the Atlantic
alliance as a vital backdrop to east-west efforts to reduce tensions.
"We stand by the aim of the
political unity of Europe in Snipers kill
partnership with the United
States," Schmidt said in his mother
inaugural address before
the lower house of parliament, BELFAST Terrorist
the Bundestag. snipers killed a young mother
"The European community in Belfast last night, as strong
is the indispensable basis for arm squads of Protestant
this. The creation of a extremists roamed the city
European political union is enforcing a Northern Ireland
more urgent than ever." strike ordered by their leaders
The Bundestag elected that threatened to paralyze the
Schmidt yesterday to succeed province's war-ripped
Willy Brandt, who resigned economy.
because of a spy scandal The woman, a 21-year-old
involving an East German agent Roman Catholic mother of two
on his staff, babies, was shot in the head by
Schmidt stressed his a sniper as she stood chatting
government would continue with a friend on the fringe of
the foreign and security the New Lodge quarter, a
policies of the Brandt predominantly Catholic
government which he first district, police reported. (AP)
served as Defence Minister and
then Finance Minister. Spinola in
"What Brandt did to create a
respected and honoured peace move
position for the federal LI SBON President
republic was an outstanding Antonio de Spinola- has invited
service to our people," guerilla leaders in Portuguese
Schmidt told an applauding Africa to come to Portugal and
Bundestag two weeks after talk to the new government
Brandt's resignation over the about p eae.
spy scandal about peace.
spy scandal. He promised them free
Pledging to pursue the He pmrnised them free
course of east-west detente movement in and out of the
that brought Brandt the 1971 country.AP)
Nobel Peace Prize, Schmidt Thousands idle
said: "The change in office of
the Federal Chancellor does LISBON Wildcat strikes
not change the continued idled thousands across Portugal
correctness and necessity" of today as new premier Adelino
that policy, da Palma Carlos called his new
Schmidt also praised "the government to its first working
creative power with which he
('Brandt) placed our country on No change
a new course of domestic
reform ... which in barely half PARIS Foreign Minister
a decade, brought more social Michel Jobert predicted that
progress than ever before in a either of the candidates in the
similar time span." French presidential election


Concerning the
Schmidt described
serious burden
normalization of
between the West
Germany.


spy case,
it as a
to the
relations
and East


But he pledged that his
government would continue to
seek better relations with East
Germany as well as to cultivate
its relations with the Soviet
Union and the rest of Eastern
Europe. (AP)


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would, if elected, continue the
late President Georges
Pompidou's foreign policy
virtually without change. (AP)


Dugdale goes on

hunger strike
DUBLIN Bridget Rose Dugdale, the millionai
daughter accused of masterminding a $20 million
robbery for Irish terrorists, said today she is going o
hunger strike.
Miss Dugdale, who earned a doctorate in economic
London University, told a court here she expects to be
weakened condition by the time her trial on the art th
charges starts June 24.
She said she would continue her hunger strike until f
Irish terrorists convicted of planting bombs in London
transferred from British to Irish jails. She claimed the f
have been tortured in Britain.
The paintings taken from the country home of Sir All
Beit, were also used in an unsuccessful attempt to win
transfer of the four prisoners.
Miss Dugdale, 33, is the daughter of a British finan
who made a fortune with Lloyds of London, the insura
group.
A former dubutante, she later became associated v
radical causes including the Irish Republican Army, wh
is fighting to drive Britain out of Northern Ireland. (AP)


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LONDON Prince
Charles, the 25-year.old heir
to the British throne, is
getting a 17th century
mansion with I IS rooms and
3,000 acres of grounds for his
bachelor pad.
"Most young men would
expect to have their own
home by the time they are his
age. He will appreciate a place
of his own," said an official
at Buckingham Palace.
"Marriage rumours
surrounding the Prince have
nothing to do with his
decision to take the place,"
the spokesman added,
referring to press speculation
that Charles is planning to
marry Lady Jane Wellesley,
the 23-year-old daughter of
the Duke of Wellington.
The mansion is Chevening
House, near Sevenoaks, 25
miles southeast of London. It
was willed to the nation by
the Earl of Stanhope, who
died without an heir in 1967.
He asked in his will that
Charles be invited to live
there.
The Prince is now on active
duty with the Navy. He is
expected to move into
Chevening House next year
after it has been renovated.
Buckingham Palace said
the renovation will be paid
for by a trust fund left by
Lord Stanhope, which also
pays for the maintenance of
the house and grounds. But
Charles will provide his own
staff.
The Prince will live in the
main part of the House,
which has four sitting rooms.
Buckingham Palace said
Charles would use Chevening
as his country home and
would keep his three-room
apartment at the Palace in
London. (AP)


Catch -


NAHARIYA, Israel -
We were sleeping on the second
floor of the school when we
heard shouts at 4 o'clock.
Three terrorists came in and
began firing at the soldiers
accompanying our group.
Speaking good Hebrew, one
of them said:
"Sit down and we will not
harm you."
He led us into a classroom
and we were crying and
shouting. We were so
frightened:
Later, they separated us.
The boys went upstairs and the
girls down. The terrorists broke
windows.
I guess I lost track of time.
A girl soldier with us, Narkiss
Mordechai, was called by the
Arabs. They gave her a piece of
paper with demands they were
asking our government and
sent her outside.
The Arab who spoke
Hebrew was fairly nice. He
kept telling us to calm down.
But there was another one who
was quite brutal and
threatened us. The Hebrew
speaker told him to leave us
alone.
Now and then the Arabs
would shoot out the windows.
The Hebrew speaker shouted
to the Israelis through a
loudspeaker. We had a radio
and we could hear everything
happening outside.
We were allowed to drink
our water and eat our
provisions.
Then the Arabs prepared
their explosives and put them
on a table and told us:
"Don't be afraid," one said.
"If Israel gives us the prisoners
you won't be harmed. But if
they don't, we'll blow up the
building."
After that we didn't want to
eat or drink any more.
We are all religious from a
religious school in nearby
Safad. We took out a Bible and
read Psalms. and we prayed to
God and we pleaded with the
Arabs not to set off the
explosives.
Later, the cruel Arab
threatened: "If you don't shut
up I'll kill you one by one."
We also argued among
ourselves whether Israel should
give in.
One of the girls asked the
Hebrew speaker: "I want to
ask you something but don't
get angry."
"Go ahead," he said.
"Why don't you want
peace with us?"
"It's Israel which doesn't
want peace."
"Not true, not true," he
said. But he didn't want to
argue.
Later it must have been
after 5 o'clock the Hebrew
speaker said: "I am going
downstairs to set off the
bomb."
Then everything exploded


Th Tribune Friday, May 17,


ten revenge


iraeli air raid
Ministry said 36 Israeli jets wounded and scores more
made simultaneous strikes unacco ted for.
Thursday afternoon on seven Altho the Israeli Chief of
targets, and an eight-plane raid Staff, Lt Gen. Mordechai Gur,
followed at dusk. said th raiders hit "guerilla
The Israeli pilots made bases," ensen said Sidon took
repeated bombing and strafing the br nt of the attack, and
runs on three villages near the casualty were particularly
Israeli-Lebanese border, a heavy a ong Lebanese families
Palestinian refugee camp 15 living a block of three-storey
miles southeast of Beirut and apartm nt buildings next door
three refugee camps on the to the in El Helweh refugee
outskirts of Sidon, the ancient camp. *
port 25 miles south of Beirut. Mea while, U.S. Secretary
No firm casualty figures of Sta Henry Kissinger flew
were available, but Associated back to Israel early today after
Press correspondent Holger injecti new life into hopes
Jensen reported from Sidon for re thing a Golan Heights
that an incomplete tally diseng cement agreement.
indicated at least 48 dead, 84 Afte marathon talks with

DEAF MUTE URVIVES
TEL AVIV The official death t in assault or dea
Wednesday's Maslot terrorist attack oas Two died
revised Friday to 21, including two'ore Two mor
students who died in hospital Thursday. In addition
Israeli officials said they initially th t 20 74 students w
children died when three P tinian
commandos opened fire inside a sch where The three
the children hd been held all day Wt .esday. and five other
One 15-year-old girl, originally lWted as whose truck
dead, was discovered alive at her ikme in and an Israe
nearby Safad. pregnant wife
The latest official count was: deaf mute 4
Seventeen students killed outri in the didn't cry out


e, I m ing


TAMAR BEN-HAMU is a 16-year-old girl who
was among 85 Israeli students held hostage
Wednesday by three Arab terrorists in Maalot. This
is her story.


around us. The whole building
shook like an earthquake.
I don't know who started
shooting first. It was terrible.
Blood and broken glass
everywhere.
A bullet went through my
back into my stomach. We
were screaming. There was fire
and smoke.

I-


We started jumping out of
the windows. Our soldiers were
below.
I jumped out a window
crying: "Catch me, I'm dying."
We started jumping out of
the windows. Our soldiers were
below.
I jumped out a window


Syrian president Hafez Assad
that ended at 1.30 a.m.
Kissinger said at the airport
that "progress was made but
no agreement was reached."
He said he hoped to return
to Damascus Saturday to
continue efforts to separate the
Syrian and Israeli forces in
Golan.
Kissinger said that in talks
with President Assad he
concentrated on seeking new
approaches to bridge remaining
differences.
"I am now going to Israel to
meet leaders there and I hope
to return to Damascus
Saturday.

MASSACRE
d on arrival at hospital.
I Wednesday night in hospital.
e died Thursday for a total of 21.
n to the dead, there were at least
rounded, several critically.
commandos died in the carnage,
ea led: Two Arab women
a0andos had ambushed,
sYosef Cohen, 50, his
yeaMr-old son. The Cohen'i
a y, Moshe, was spared he
t and was missed by the guerillas.


crying: "Catch me, I'm dying."
A soldier caught me and the
next thing I remember was this
hospital.
You know, we had been on
a three-day hike and the day
before we had asked
permission from the police to
camp near the Lebanese
border. They refused because
they said there were terrorists
at large. They sent us to Maalot
to spend the night.
I hadn't wanted to go on the
hike. I don't think I will ever
again.


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BEIRUT Palestinian
guerilla leaders promised swift
revenge for Israeli air strikes
into southern Lebanon that
killed or wounded more than
225 persons in refugee camps,
apartment houses and villages.
The Israeli raiders bombed,
rocketed and strafed four
Palestinian camps and three
border villages Thursday in
retaliation for the Arab
terrorist attack Wednesday in
which 24 Israelis were killed
and 74 were wounded.
The Israeli bombs and
rockets also hit a block of
apartment houses in Sidon
adjoining a refugee camp,
levelling one three-storey
building and causing heavy
casualties.
"This new Israeli crime will
not pass without punishment.
Israel will pay very dearly for
the price of our children,"
declared the Palestinian new
agency WAFA.
Communiques from the.
Palestine Liberation Organi-;
zation promised "violent
reaction" to the raids, and one
guerilla leader said retaliation
will "come sooner than Israel
expects."
The Lebanes. Defence


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LEON E. H. DUPUCH,Pu.baUer/EBdtor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E.. K.CG.,D...LittU., LL.D.
Puibldwr/EdItor 1917.1972
ContrifmtiS Editor 1972.
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Friday, May 17, 1974




than you think


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
AN ESTABLISHED principle in evaluating
rule that every 100 miles away from the home
event decreases.


news value is the
base interest in an


At the present time thousands of people in Ethiopia are dying
from starvation as a result of a prolonged drought ... and millions
more are threatened.
Millions of tons of precious soil is being transported through
the air from the parched areas of Africa and deposited on islands
in the Caribbean, especially Barbados.
This should rflake big news for people in the Bahamas but it
really doesn't because it is too far away to concern them.
They are more interested in triplets born at the hospital to
someone they know.
People are interested in the things they can .see, touch, feel,
hear and understand. They are not a bit concerned when millions
of people in a distant land face tragic disaster.
On two occasions Lord Beaverbrook pointed out that he
thought The Tribune had missed on what he considered big
stories.
They were a funeral attended by a number of lodges and a
mass baptism at the Western Esplanade. He thought The Tribune
should have carried pictures of these events.
I told him that these were such commonplace events in Nassau
that no one paid any attention to them. I suggested that he was
impressed because he was seeing these events for the first time
and so they were a novelty to him.
He said I was wrong ... anything in which hundreds of people
in a small community were involved was a great news story.
I had to admit ... he was right.
But there are things happening in the world today that should
concern all of us because people everywhere are caught up in a
social, political and economic revolution. Everything is in the
processs of change and no one can accurately forecast where it will
xall end.
;* * **
liaj ~ should all bear _mind that the future of free peoples
ui'*ywre depends survival of the'U.~. as a strongand
dominant force in the councils of the nations.
It is true that most of the disruption in the world today is the
result of a shortsighted American foreign policy, especially during
;he Presidency of General Eisenhower who played golf while his
-Foreign Secretary Foster Dulles made decisions that have had
far-reaching disruptive effects throughout the world, especially in
-the realm of speeding too hastily the dissolution of the British
Empire.
in the same way that Nero fiddled while Rome burned it might
-be said that Eisenhower golfed while Foster Dulles knocked the
props from under some of the most stabilizing forces in the
world.
The dissolution of the British Empire created great areas of
vacuum that the U.S. 4as been unable to fill with an awakened
Russian Bear challenging for every ounce of control released by
Britain.
When Britain withdrew her navy from the East, America was
unable to fill the gap. Russia stepped in the breach. Now Japan is
hopefully trying to develop muscle in waters surrounding the
Asian sphere of operation, at the same time making an effort not
to return to the aggressive militancy that got the nation involved
in two world wars and made it the victim of the two first atom
bombs dropped in recorded history ... I say "recorded history"
because the Bible tells us that "there is no new thing under the
sun".
It is also seen that the U.S. is incapable of enforcing the
Monroe Doctrine in our own western hemisphere, a function
performed by the Royal Navy for her for over a century. Today
Russia is strong enough to challenge or create disruptive
influences in every theatre of activity in the world.
*******
As I have repeatedly emphasized, America's great mistake after
the second world war was in concentrating all her resources in
rebuilding her enemies, Germany and Japan, while she not only
neglected Britain, her natural ally, but actually pursued a policy
obviously designed to push Britain into the background of world
power.
As a result America woke up one day to find herself facing a
growling Russian Bear with no second force in the world
powerful enough to give her the support she needed.

Today America is fortunate in having Henry Kissinger, a
German Jew who took refuge in the U.S. during the Hitlerian
massacre of Jews in Europe, as its Foreign Secretary.
This man is really amazing. I think his greatest achievement is
the progress he has made in negotiating settlements between
Arabs and Jews .in the Mid-East war that could have been the
spark for a third world conflict.
A Jew talking with an Arab ... and bringing a measure of
understanding between these two naturally hostile groups ... is
r)othing short of a miracle.
But he has not been very successful in two important areas
where he might have been expected to succeed.
S, * * *
:" The oil situation, which is now being used as a vehicle of world
power by the Arab nations in the Mid-East has created a crisis
which needed to be faced as a combined force by the
Governments of the entire western world.
:- Working together the industrial nations might have been able to
:ing some reasonable pressure on the situation. But France
puld have none of this ... she wantd no association with the
S. on this matter. And surprisingly both Britain and Germany
in a smaller measure, tried to soft-pedal their approach to
grave situation.
;,An extraordinary fact is that, although the U.S. and Britain
>cued France from German domination in two world wars,
chnce has shown a disposition to resist any association with both
2ole Sam and John Bull in international negotiations.
: 1Her latest act has been to veto a proposal for a measure of
..Qperation between the European Economic Market and the


EDITOR, The Tribune
Land sales are on the move
and so are consumer
complaints about some of the
companies doing the selling.
The complaints come from
consumers who have bought
undeveloped land for
residence, vacation homes, or
simply for speculation.
Typically, the operation that
has enticed them into
purchasing works like this. The
promoter buys often with
little money down a large
section of raw, undeveloped
land at a low price, perhaps in
Nassau, the Family Islands or;
more receatlv, in potential
recreation areas near large
urban centres. The land is then
plotted into acre or
residential-sized lots. Perhaps
the promoter puts in a road or
two and a few buildings.
A team of master salesmen
then go to work selling the
land, or instalment contracts to
buy the land as quickly as
possible and at prices many
times over the developer's
purchase price. The skill of this
special breed of salesmen is
illustrated by the fact they
have been able to sell totally
undeveloped land in the
Bahamas for outrageous profit
when much of the property is
under water during rainy
seasons; cost for draining


the land and buildings are the
obligation of the buyer.
The come-ons of the
salesmen typically include free
hotel accommodation, dinner
and plane flights to the Family
Islands or a wide variety of
gifts for "just visiting" the
development. The result is that
many consumers buy
promotional land on impulse at
sales dinners or other
presentations where the
pitchmen whip up excitement
over the prospect of high
profits buyers will make.
Later many buyers find, to
their regret, that the salesman's
glowing prediction of rapidly
rising land prices simply does
not materialize.
(1) PROPERTY REPORT
Some facts buyers should
know about the land and
include information such as:
name and location of developer
and subdivision; road distances
to nearby communities;
financial terms and refund
policies, if any, mortgages and
liens; protection, leasing
arrangements; escrow and title
arrangements; recreational
facilities available and expected
dates of completion; utilities
and trash collection to name a
few.
(2) REFUND POLICIES
Here the problems are
misrepresentation of the


U.S.
This was a policy ingrained in the French nation by General
Charles de Gaulle who emerged from the second world war with
deep hatreds for both Britain and the U.S.
Churchill said of de Gaulle that the greatest cross he had to
bear during this great war was the Cross of Lorraine ( meaning de
Gaulle).
It is true that Churchill and Eisenhower refused to give de
Gaulle, head of the French government-in-exile, the place he felt
he deserved in planning the war effort, but it is nevertheless
unfortunate that such a great man and he really was great for
the reconstruction of his defeated nation should nurse a
grievance to the extent that it has affected the thinking of his
people even long after his death.
This one big disruptive force in the free world will continue to
open chinks in the armour of freedom for the intrusion of the
Communist doctrine.
(Since writing this article President Pompidou has died. He was
a disciple of de Gaulle. It remains to be seen whether his
successor will bring a breath of fresh air to the government of the
nation).
Lenin had a correct measure of the western mind. He told the
Russian people to leave them alone, they would destroy
themselves.
This is the danger today. Every time the free world falls back
through disunity the Russians quietly move in and establish
themselves without the need for war or any other form of
sacrifice,
And now the new Labour Government of Britain is causing
disruption in the European Common Market.
Because of de Gaulle's resistance Britain was kept out of this
economic alliance of the most powerful nations in Europe.
When the de Gaulle resistance was removed by death, Britain
finally squeezed into the ECM. This was accomplished by the
Conservative Government under the leadership of Edward Heath
who, for many years before he became Prime Minister, led the
movement for Britain to enter the ECM.
But it served the purposes of Mr. Wilson although he and his
party had supported Britain's entry into the Market to use this
as a political lever to help him win the recent elections in
England. He told the nation that Britain should have got more
out of the negotiations. Now he must carry out his promise to the
people to renegotiate Britain's position in the Market ... an effort
that seems bound to failure, especially because of the hostile
attitude of France.
Some observers now feel that Britain may quit the Market, an
act that, it is suggested, may result in the collapse of the whole
structure.
This would be a serious matter for the whole free world. In the
first place Britain herself would be reduced to the inglorious
position of a small, isolated island off the coast of France,
without influence in world affairs. This would be a great loss to
the councils of free nations everywhere.

Mr. Kissinger's most worrisome failure was in an effort to
negotiate an arms treaty with Russia.
The threat posed to the world by instruments of destruction in
the hands of the U.S. and Russia today should be of concern to
everybody ... everywhere.
There have been many situations that would have provoked a
war a quarter century ago. But there has been no war because the
nations realize that a war today would end in the total
destruction of the human family.
For a long time America, which is really a peace loving nation,
has been trying to negotiate a check in the arms race with Russia.
Now seemed the time to bring this hope off ... and Mr.
Kissinger seemed to be the man to do it. But his talks with
Brezhnev in the Kremlin led to no positive results.
This failure by Kissinger to work out an arms agreement with
Russia has raised the question among Americans: "Does Russia
feel she has a secret weapon that is capable of wiping us out
before we can retaliate?"
The possible answer to this question should concern us all.


As I said in the opening sentences of this article these are
questions that ordinarily would not interest readers in the
Bahamas.
These situations seemed to be too far away too remote to
concern us in our tiny island kingdom.
But this is 9 false notion. They do concern us. They are nearer
to us than you might think.
The Bahamas may have a vital role to play in the shaping of
events in this hemisphere. As the nearest neighbour of the U.S. ...
and with islands scattered over a wide area of the Atlantic ... we
are of great strategic importance to Uncle Sam.
For this reason we should bear in mind that today our future is
inextricably tied up with the interests of the U.S. and that we
should do all in our power to cultivate and maintain friendly
relations with the government and people of America.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
The longer I live, the more deeply I am convinced that that
which makes the difference between one man and another -
between the weak and the powerful, the great and the
insignificant -is energy, invincible determination, a purpose once
formed and then death or victory. POWELL BUXTON


refund policy by company
personnel, failure to provide
refunds when requested and
misunderstandings by the
buyer of what he must do to
obtain the refund. One typical
example is the provision that a
buyer must travel to the
property site, at his expense, in
order to obtain the refund.
(3) BAIT AND SWITCH
Officials say complaints in
this category fall into two
types: "On the spot" in which
salesmen tell the buyer that the
advertised lot has been sold
and then attempt to switch
him to a more expensive
parcel. And "delayed bait and
switch" when the buyer visits


the property for the first time
in months or years after the
initial sale and discovers that it
is under water, inaccessible or
not what he was led to believe
The company then attempts to
"placate" the buyer by selling
him (or "switching" him to) a
better, higher priced lot. The
company credits the consumer
with only the equity he has
built up (not total payments)
in the first lot towards
purchase of the higher priced
one.
(4) OWNERSHIP RIGHTS
These relate to the consumer
discovering that he does not
"own" the land subject to a
typical home mortgage unless


Can't see any


headway here


EDITOR, The Tribune,
Please allow me space in
your news column in voicing
my opinion about something
that has been on my chest for a
long time. I would like to
know what is coming to this
little Nassau island? Everybody
wants to rule, everybody wants
something to say. They say
they want to build this island
but you can't see any headway.
You cannot build a nation this
way with hatred, you have to
have love. Build from the
foundation. You don't start
from the top and come down,
you start from the bottom and
go up.
First thing we have to look
back from where we have come
from, and what caused us to
get where we are. We must
look back and realize how we
got where we are now. When
we realize this we should go
around the corner to see how
our sisters and brothers are
living. If we see how they are
living and we see that they are
down then we should and must
lend a helping hand. We should
not forget them. If we only
think the way Jesus acted we
can build a nation. He issued to
the poor, the sick, the blind,
and the down-cast. He said, to
paraphrase: "The healthy do
not need a doctor only the
afflicted."
I am sick of so much talking,
so why not do somethirl We
shall never get anywhere by
talking unless we put our
thoughts into action.
Jesus said the poor shall
always be with you and if you


do unto one of these my
brothers you do it unto me
also.
When having their meetings
they must put God first, and
thank him for bringing them to
where they are now.
Look at the state Nassau is
in. All the killings, the
robberies, all sorts of unheard
incidents. Young people lost
and running around looking
and searching for something to
happen and what is happening,
nothing.
We talk about the young
people sitting around on the
blocks having nothing to do. If
there are no jobs for them to
work at what are they to do
with all this lost and full time.
I don't mind to hear the
talking if I could see what you
do. You talk after you do
things, not before you do. The
biggest thing that we need in
this country is love. No matter
what type of riches we have
remember we have to leave it
all when we die. Be cautious
and give a helping hand.
You are always having a
programme for this and a
programme for that, but
remember it is us the people
who support you. How can we
keep this up when we don't see
any results in making headway
for us down here. Don't forget
your sisters and brothers,
fathers, mothers and cousins
remember how you got where
you are it was by us.
MRS. THOMPSON
MISS THOMPSON
Nassau,
May, 11, 1974.


he paid the full asking price at
the time of the sale, the
consumer has precious few
legal rights to the land.
Chances are he does not have a
deed at all, but merely aa&.
agreement with the company
to furnish a deed years later
after he pays off an instalment
sales contract for the lot.
Should he fail to make any
payment on the contract for
any reason the company can
declare him in default, take
back the property and keep all
the money the consumer has
paid.
(5) WHAT PROTECTION
DO BUYERS HAVE'
In the United States a few
years ago a Land Sales


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P. O. Box 2490
Nassau.


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Ase of 0 -iving
C K E k 6 ARE)


Bahamasair


Salesman
Bahamasair has a vacancy for a Sales Representative.
The position requires a young man between the ages
of 21 and 36.
Neat and Tidy appearance;
Ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in
writing;
Willing to work long hours without direct supervision;
Willingness to meet people;
Own transportation;
Airline experience not essential, but an asset;
Sales experience in other fields an asset.
Apply to Manager, Personnel, P. 0. Box N-4881,
Nassau, Bahamas. Telephone 7-8381


IF WE in the Bahamas (with
a few exceptions) have one
thing in common today it's the
necessity to stretch a dollar to
make at least a dollar fifty, if
not two dollars.
The Bahamas have had a
turbulent economic history
moving from periods of boom
to burst and much of this
history has been witnessed by
John S. George & Co.
described as "Nassau's oldest
hardware store with the newest
ideas."
We are now in an unusual
economic period (for the
Bahamas) in our history. There
is neither booming prosperity
nor devastating economic ruin.
We. in the Bahamas, who grew
accustomed to the good things
in life are loathe to give them
up yet we cannot be as free
and easy with our money as we
were before.


** -:il


So, maybe for the first time
in our history we are counting
our pennies. Before we either
had no pennies to count or we
had so many pennies we had
no need to count them. An
accusation of "being cheap"
was a hurtful thing for the
recipient.
Modern day circumstances
have forced us "to be cheap"
in order to buy the things we
have become used to. Maybe
one day in the near future
"being cheap" will be a
compliment instead of a
slander such as "a penny saved
is a penny earned."
One way to save pennies and
dollars is to catch John S.
George's Annual Spring Sale
now in progress.
Among the best values at
this sale are the reductions up
to thirty three and a third per
cent in items in the gardening
department, tool department,
housewares and applicance
department.
John S. George in the past
119 years since it was founded
by the young Englishman,
John Saffrey George, has
witnessed greater changes in
the amenities of life than in the
previous 1,000 years.
Imagine the world without
running water, inside toilets.
anaesthetics, painless dentistry,
penicillin, antiseptics, insect
sprays, plastics, motor cars and
trucks, motor vessels.
aeroplanes, telephones, radios,
television, electric lighting and
power. refrigeration, air
conditioning, stainless steel
cutlery and numberless other
conveniences several of which
John S. George & Company
were the first to introduce to
the Bahamas.
Imagine this and who would
sigh for the "good old days"? I
doubt if there is one among us
who would willingly give up all
the conveniences and comforts
of modern life and return to a
fishing village.
Now is the time to buy
everything you need for the
garden to get it in tip-top shape
so as to take full advantage of


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the rainy season.
Now is also the time to buy
that Bar-B-Qu grill or Styro
foam ice chest (less 33 and a
third %) for the outdoor living
season is upon us. And
hammocks are less 50%.
Scared of the rising crime
rate? Now is the time to save
those pennies on chain door
fasteners, patio door pin
locks, door viewers, chain *
alarms etc.
And, for those who like to
take their sea pleasure in the
summer months (after all it can
get prefft' co6f in the winter
for those used to living all year
round in a semi-tropical
country) there is a fishing rod
and reel for $13.97 and three
sizes of rubber boats (less
20%.)
If fitness is your bag, muscle
toning belts are half price.
Anticipating your needs is
perhaps the golden rule for
getting value from your hard
earned dollar. PLENTY
Plan to paint for Xmas? Buy to buy at th
your equipment and paints annual spring
now at John S. George's annual on.
spring sale. complete sets
Stock up on necessary steel knives
housewares which you can put (September v
away for future use or for gifts. and plastic
Buy your hurricane draw will ta
protection needs now instead Saturday, the
of waiting for that hurricane sale which
warning and buying in a panic
(and therefore with value for SHIPPING
money as an irrelevant Arrived t
consideration), from Miami
Once you get started on this Southward fr
method of buying you'll be V. Is.
well ahead of coping with the Arriving to
cost of living. Star, Emerald
John S. George & Company. Miami; Tropic
as an added bonus, are also Palm Beach.
giving away free gifts with -
purchases of over $5.00. There FO
are free balloons for all (save LAWNI
them for that next children's
party) and 145 door prizes FERTILIZI
including such items as Black & PES1
Decker drills, gallons of paint, TROPI
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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
THE BAHAMA ISLANDS 1967
Equity Side No.45
IN THE MATTER of The Quieting Titles Act,
1959
AND

IN THE MATTER of the Petition of Balfour
Investments Limited


AND


IN THE MATTER of Two (2) tracts of land
situate on the Island of Crooked Island one of
the Bahama Islands approximately Two (2)
miles Southeastwardly of the Settlement of
Landrail Point containing Three hundred and
sixty-eight and seventeen thousandths (368.17)
acres more or less

TO The Adverse Claimants Cecelia Farquharson,
Victoria Elizabeth McLain, Evelyn Farquharson
and Roston Moss

The above-named adverse claimants are hereby
requested to file at the Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas an Abstract of
Title in support of their claim and a plan showing
the portion of the area claimed by them before
June 3rd, 1974. If the said adverse claimants fail to
comply with this notice before that date the Court
will determine the issues in their absence.

HIGGS & JOHNSON
Attorneys for the Petitioner


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sale which is now

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vill be here soon)
utility bags. This
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started Thursday.


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The Tribune - Friday, May 17. 1974


Contesting the auction


IT IS AN ESTABLISHED
principle of modern bidding
tactics that wherever possible
the opponents should not be
left in peace to exchange their
information, but should be
harried, or at least diverted, by
interference. This applies
especially at the lower levels of
the auction.


In practice this produces a
sharp disparity between the
values required for an opening
bid and those required for an
overcall. When the dealer on
your right opens I Heart, it is
unthinkable these days to pass


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On the other hand, with the
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unthinkable to open the
bidding with 1 Spade. So
players all over the world have
settled for the recognition that
their partner's overcall could
be as weak as my example
above, and in many cases, a
good deal weaker still.
Because of the wide range of
hands you may want to bid on
after the right-hand opponent's
opening bid there is also a wide
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are roughly six different
categories into which these
hands fall,. and therefore there
are six different ways of
dealing with them. For the
sake of convenience, we will
imagine that in each case your
right-hand opponent has dealt
and has opened I Heart.
(1) The 'normal' overcall
You have the values for an
opening bid yourself, but
without exceptional power or
exceptional length, as in the
two examples shown below:
(a) K 10 9 7 2 (b) K 6 3
A54 752
AQ63 AIO
2 KQJ95
The obvious and indeed the
correct course is to bid your
long suit; in hand (a), 1 Spade,
and in hand (b), 2 Clubs.
(2) The strong hand
(upwards of 15 points). With
hands where your strength is
dispersed, and you have no
holding of any special
significance in the opponent's
suit, you : make a take-out
Double. Here are two hands
which call for such a bid after
I Heart:


He wants to horse


around, not get bridled
DEAR ABBY: I am a s2-ear-old guy with a problem. I
was married for less than one year, and it was a disaster.
My divorce will be final in three weeks.
I am presently in pretty deep with a chick who is hot to
get married as soon as my divorce is final. She's okay to
go with, but there is no way I could ever marry this gal.
Besides, I want to play the field a while before tying
myelf down again.
I've tried to explain this to her, but she says: "Don't be
afraid of marriage because you had one bad experience. If
Sperson falls off a horse, the way to overcome his fear is
*to get back on the honrse and ride."
Abby, this may be true with riding, but does it apply to
marriage? T EX
* DEAR TEX: No. Marriage is a hersne of a different color.
If you want to horse around a while longer, tell that chick
to cool It. And don't restrict yourself to one gal. There's
safety In numbers.


(a)K 10 bA DEAR ABBY: I have always wanted to make up a prob-
(a) K J 105 (b)A973 lem and send it In just to see if it would get printed, but
32 J95 now I have a real one.
A QJ4 KA About two years ago I started a pen pal correspondence
AJ 10 A K 42 with a girl in Japan. We are both 18 now. [I'm also a girL]
With either of those hands, We exchanged pictures and became very friendly. I just got
you would be primarily a letter from her which nearly knocked me over. She says
interested in finding out which she wants to come over here and spend A YEAR with me
was your partner's longest suit, and my family! Abby, I would love to have her here for a
and the best way to do that month maybe, but I can't have her here for a year.
would be to double. As such a I live with my parents in a crowded apartment, and it's
sequence is generally regarded out of the question.
asit non-forcing, you couldpass She says it's her lifelong dream to come to America, and
responded 2 Clubs, or with I hate to disappoint her, but I need advice on how to tell
6._- hl\ r ..her. STUMPED


nanu o(b) i ne was so perverse
as to respond 2 Diamonds.
(3) The overcall of
1NT is comparatively rare, but
it has its uses when your hand
is right for it. Your point-count
should be at the top of the
no-trump range (either a very
good 17 or an 18 count -
many players even include 19)
and of course a solid
double-guard in the opponent's
bid suit,because if you play in
No Trumps, you know that
you will surely have to contend
with an immediate attack in
that suit. Of the two hands
shwon below, (a) is suitable for
a I NT overcall, while (b) is
not:
(a) QJ 10 (b) A84
AK9 A95
A1032 A732
KJ 10 A J4
(4) Just now and again
you will hold a super-strong
hand, and after your
opponent's bid of say 1
Heart you need to do things in
one bid; first, you must inform
your partner that your hand is
in the super-strong category,
and secondly you must make a
bid which he cannot under any
circumstances pass. Such a bid
is available, and consists of the
immediate overcall of your
opponent's suit in this case,
a bid of 2 Hearts. Partner will
then keep the bidding open to
Game. Such a hand might be:
AK 1093
A
AK3
KJ 102
The final two categories
consist of hands where your
overcall is based on your
holding in a single suit. But
because players differ in their
approach to stch holdings, it is
as well to make sure your
partner understands how you
propose to handle them. And it
involves the jump overcall,
which as we shall see, has two
meanings, according to the way
the players concerned have
learnt their game. (5) The
weak jump overcall is gradually
ousting the strong version. It
means that if you have a hand
like
AQJ853
42
Q 104
32
Over I Heart on your right
you bid 2 Spades. Providing it
is clearly understood between
you that the jump overcall
shows a weak hand, the bid can
not come to any serious harm.
But if partner gets excited with
10 or 11 points, you can come
an awful crash if you get too
high.
(6) The strong jump
overcall is mainly used by Acol
devotees and the remnants of
the Culbertson garnson. Take a
hand like
AKJ984
3
AKJ
843
If partner will recognize
your jump overcall as being the
strong variety, that hand is
custom-made for it. Otherwise
you will double I Heart, and
over whatever partner says,
you emerge into the open with
your Spades. The double
guarantees a minimum of 15
points, while to follow up with
a suit will show that yours is
essentially a single-feature
hand. RC


DEAR STUMPED: Tell her, Just as you've told me, that
you live in a small apartment, and much as you'd like to
have her visit for a year, you're able to extend your par-
eats' hospitality for only me month*

DEAR ABBY: I am a 16-year-old boy who is living at
home-but I may not be by the time you get this letter if
things don't improve at my house.
I have a friend [another guy] who is studying to be a
hairdresser. I asked him to bleach my hair and make it a
golden blond. My natural color is a dull, uninteresting light
brown. I repeat-I ASKED my friend to do this. Nobody
talked me into it.
I like my hair this way, but my parents don't. You. would
think I had committed some kind of crime. My mother said
I would have to let it grow out. [As you know, this would
look terrible.] My father says I look like a guy who likes
guys.
"I think it's my 7 aid I-shodld be able to have it the
color I like. My mom dyes her hair, and I'm not crazy
about HER color, but I don't hassle her about it. I figure, if
she likes it, that's her business. So why can't I have my
hair the way I like It? GOLDEN BOY
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CLASSIFIED


SECTION


CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS-FAST
TO PLACE YOUR ADV. TELEPHONE 21986 EXT. 5


REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE


I


C14589
BUY A LOT
in EASTWOOD or
WINTON MEADOWS
Call Frank Carey
at 27667 or 24815
FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
Box N4764
3ay & Deveaux Streets.

C14620
TWO lots in Palmdale with a
two storey building Price
$40,000.00
A lot on Bay Street. Price
$56,000.00 deposit $6,000.00
balance over five years.
I Acre of commercial property
in Nassau City with frontage
on three roads. Reasonably
priced.
Large property East Bay Street
comprising approximately
50,000 sq. ft. Price
$100,000.00
'A large lot with 100 feet beach
frontgage Eastern Road. Price
$25,000.00
For information call Bill's Real
Estate 23921 or 42856.
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
plus 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.


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C14612
KIRK S.
behalf of
Ltd. at
Nassau


HINSEY will sell on
Nassau Bank & Trust
the Parking lot of
Bank House 2nd


Terrace West, Centreville on
the 1st day of June 1974 at 12
noon the following property.
ALL THAT lot of land
situate in the Eastern
District of the Island of New
Providence originally
forming part of the
subdivision called "Village
Estates" the said lot of land
hereby conveyed being
bounded NORTHWARDLY
by a reservation for a road
20 feet wide and running
thereon 50 feet
EASTWARDLY by land
now the property of Collins
Turnquest and running
thereon 100 feet
SOUTHWARDLY by land
the property of the Vendor
and running thereon 50 feet
and WESTWARDLY by land
the property of Sidney C.
Bethel and others and
running thereon 100 feet the
said lot of land being
formerly designated as lot
number seven (7) in Block
Mumber Five (5) in the said
plan.
Mortgage dated 1st August
1965 Winifred Bullard to
National Bank of the Bahamas
Limited. Recorded in Volume
909 pages 416 to 421.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right of the
Auctionber or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10 per cent of the
purchase price at the time of
sale and balance on completion
Dated this 6th day of May
.A.D. 1974.
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer


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C14557
FURNISHED 1
airconditioned
Telephone 5-8134.


bedroom,
apartment.


r14M63
LARGE lot Adelaide Beach.
Phone 41298 day or night.
C14456
SPACIOUS three bedroom, 2
bath home Seabreeze Estates.
Tastefully furnished, living and
dining area, wall to wall carpet,
carport and laundry. 2 large
patios, airconditioned large
modern kitchen. Phone 4-2867
9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
C14434
BEAUTIFUL homesite located
in Montagu Heights off Village
Road. Available for your
future home. Phone 5-8512.
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.
C14564
CABLE BEACH -- Large 2
Bed/2 Bath Apartment Situate
in Nassau's finest
Condominium Block
CONCHREST Swimming pool
and Sand Beach. Unfurnished
at ONLY $55.000.00.
Mortgage available up to
$45,000.
Call BERKLEY FERGUSON
REAL ESTATE Frederick
Street Phone 21328 24913
P. 0. Box N4278.
C14574
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 or
7-4105.

C14443
Come to YAMACRAW
BEACH ESTATES this
Saturday or Sunday. Salesman
on duty from 12 to 6 at
MODEL HOME. Lots from
$5800. $75 deposit. NO
INTEREST. Beach rights.
Tel: 4-1141 or 2-4148 or
2-3027 Morley & O'Brien Real
Estate.
(BREA BROKERS)


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.


C14591
FOR SALE
VILLAGE ROAD AREA
Excellent residential lot
approximately 100 x 140.
Telephone 2-3814.



C 14624
WINTON HIGHWAY Large 211
storey modern house designed
by Ray Nathaniels. Sea view. 3
bedrooms, maid's quarters,
double garage Guest
apartment. Phone 22776,
42264.

PUBLIC AUCTION
C 14614
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on
behalf of Nassau Benk & Trust
Ltd. at the parking lot of
Nassau Bank House, 2nd
.Terrace West, Centrev.ille on
the 1st day of June 1974 at 12
noon the following property.

ALL THAT piece parcel or
lot of land being Lot 276 on
the Plan of the Subdivision
called and known as
"Sunshine Park Estate" and
situated on the Western Side
of Baillou Hill Road in the
Western District of the
Island of New Providence.

Mortgage dated 2nd December
1966 Lawson Rolle to
International Bank and Trust
Company (Nassau) Limited.
Volume 1081 pages 342 to
347

This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the riqht of the
Aurtioneer or anrv person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10 per cent of the
purchase price at the time of
sale and balance on
completion.

Dated this 6th day of May
A.D. 1974.
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.

C 14613

KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on
behalf of Nassau Bank & Trust
Ltd. at the parking lot of
Nassau Bank House, 2nd
Terrace West. Centreville on
the 1st day of June 1974 at 12
noon the following property.
ALL THAT lot of land
situate on the Southern Side
of Cambridge Street in the
Western District of the
Island of New Providence
aforesaid and bounded on
the NORTH by Cambridge
Street on the EAST by land
the property of David
Solomon on the SOUTH by
land the property of
Ethelyn and Virginia
Braithwaite and on the
WEST by land the property
of Norman Sands.
Mortgage dated 7 December
1966. Leonie Cumminqs to
National Bank of the Bahamas
Ltd. Recorded at Registry of
Records Volume 1101 Pages
179 to 184.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right of the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
rice.
Terms 10 D.er cent of the
purchase price at the time of
sale and balance on
completion.
Dated this 6th day of May
A.D. 1974.
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer.


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.

C14592
OFFICES available,
Centreville, 600 sq. ft.,
carpeted, reception area,
kitchenette, bath, private

airconditioned. Phone
2-1741/2 business hours.

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

C14476
NEW luxurious 2 bedroom
apartment fully furnisheo.
magnificent views. Winton
Highway. Phone 2-1631.

C14582
4 bedroom, 2 bath house, fully
furnished, Mackey Street.
Contact Carl G. Treco
Contractors. Phone 2-4996,
5-8725.

C14583
One 2-bedroom apartment,
Ansel Building, Crawford
Street, Oakes Field. $170,00
per month. Phone 3-4999
evenings .

C14584
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house,
unfurnished, 7th Street Grove.
Call 24168.
C14577
OFFICE SPACE,
approximately 600 sq. ft., ideal
for professional use (architect,
accountant, etc.) Telephone
7-8421 or 2. Evening 7-7065.
C14575
LARGE unfurnished 2
bedroom apartment 5 minute
walk to town, reasonable.
Phone 5-1612 after 5 p.m.
C14355
COTTAGES and apartmentL
monthly airconditioned,
fully furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297, 31093.

C14616
BACHELOR ROOM ideal
for a reserved person in
Palmdale. For information call
5-1044.
C14567
CABLE BEACH Lovely 2
bedroom/2 Bath Condominium
Apartment in CONCHREST
Semi-furnished Swimming
pool and Beach. Available for
Long Term lease $550 per
month.
BERKLEY FERGUSON
REAL ESTATE Frederick
Street Phone 21238 24913.

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.

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.

FOR SALE
C14573
SEVEN Showcases for sale.
Sdnd's Variety Store, Mackey,
Street opposite Albury Supply
Company Limited.

C14578
FABULOUS Floating Home,
beautiful condition 2
bedrooms, kitchen, dining
room, sunken living room.
Contact Bill Weir. telephone
5-5441, Hurricane Hoie, Must
sell ... best offer.

C 14606
YAMAHA Electric Organ.
Brand new condition. Double
Keyboard. Rhythm Section
and Instrumental Panel. $1000.
Phone after 5 p.n. 3-1228.


3 year old 50' steel hull vessel.
British registered. Built in
Holland. Powered by two 671
GM Diesels. Ideal for fishing or
conversion to Island Cruising.
Call David Lowe, Treasure Cay,
Abaco, 150 days, 156 nights.
C11894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander. sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours.
Kitchenette, good condition
Call 24267, 54011.


C 14621
28 ft Twin Screw Cabin
Cruiser Fly Bridge with dual
controls, ariconditioned cabin.
Excellent shape. $10,000 0. N.
0. Please call 22058 days
32163 nights.


C14623

YACHI
C


IRW

AVO

SEAG


iTS and BOATS LTD.
:HRIS CRAFT
CONCORDE

IN SAIL YACHTS
)N INFLATABLES

3ULL OUTBOARDS


27 foot Chris-Craft
Commander flybridge sport
fisherman with 210 h.p. Chris
engines. This boat is as new
with all extras. 20 hrs on
engines since overhaul. For
equipment it has, Bimini top,
rear cockpit awning and cover,
outriggers, fish chairs, fish boxk
rod holders, all lines and
anchors. Sleeps 4 with head,
dinette and galley. Must be
seen. At our dock $14,000.00

28 Foot Thunderbird flybridge
sport fisherman. Twin i-/out
Mercruisers 210 h.p. A very
fast and complete boat ready
to go. At our dock priced at
$14000.00 asking.


C 14603
12" R.C.A. Victor Black and
White T.V. $100.00. Perfect
condition. Call 5-3739.
C14452
TWO Hydraulic Barber Chairs,
1 Barber Unit. Phone 2-2054,
2-3725 between 9 a.m. 5
p.m.
C 14609
PATIO SALE
Prospect Ridge Condominium
Sandford Drive 10 to 4 p.m. -
Saturday May 18th.
Movie Projectors
19" Philco T.V.
Duplicator (Copy-Mate)
Portable Dish washer
Chaise-Longue
Lamps
Lounge Chairs
Toasters
Tamies
Radio
Electric Curlers
Electric Hedgecutter
Chest of Drawers
Mirrors
Pictures
Tables
Drapes
Bedspreads
Clothing Men's Women -
Children
MISCELLANEOUS
Phone 34734-5.

CARS FOR SALE
C 14565
1971 MUSTANG fastback
Mach I. Body in yellow and
black, Fast and immaculate.
$3,500. Telephone 77412.

C14560
WANT TO SAVE ON GAS?
1971 Chevelle, 6 cylinder,
standard shift, $2,300.
Financing available. Phone
28645 daytime 51547 after
5 p.m. Wilkinson.

C14571
1970 PLYMOUTH VALIANT
6 cyl., power steering A-1
condition, new paint.
$2100.00. Can be seen at
Texaco Seaside Service Station
or phone 31230.
C14587
NEW PROVIDENCE
LEASING LIMITED HAVE
FOR SALE .... 1972 6-TON
CHEVROLET FLAT BED
DUMP TRUCK.
THIS TRUCK IS IN GOOD
CONDITION, BODILY AND
MECHANICALLY.
THE COST TWO YEARS AGO
WAS $10,000.
WE ARE OPEN TO FIRM
OFFERS AND THIS DUMP
TRUCK CAN BE SEEN AT
OUR LOT. GIBBS CORNER
OPPOSITE SUPER WASH.
SUITABLE FINANCING CAN
BE ARRANGED.
C14610
'72 CAMARO V8-350
automatic, factory air, many
extras, excellent condition, one
owner, must sell, offers please.
Ferguson 77517.

C 14615
1970 MGB-GT. good
condition, new tires and
batteries. $1.950 ( O.N.O.) Call
Craig 2-3041 (days) 2-2319
(nights).

CRAFT SUPPLIES
C14357
NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street:-
* Decoupage
* Clear Cast
* Candle Craft
* Tissue Craft
Phone 2-2386, 2-2898.



C14599
26' SMACKBOAT, new sails,
rigging, paint. 40 h.p.
Evinrude, big well, strong,
sound, fast. $2,000. Phone
7-4215.


EMBARK At Prince George
Dock
SETTLE Into the
comfortable accommodation
of the Catamaran Tropic Bird.
SKIM -- Turquoise waters
around New Providence.
ENJOY Music, drinks, and
all the food yoy can eat
FREE!!!
$10.00 TICKETS.
Reservations: Phone Hubert
Lewis 74271

ZISCOOLS
C 14356
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
35084 anytime.


S WANTED
C14537
Two used metal typewriter
stands in good condition. Call
John Cash, 2-2768, 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.

I POSITION WANTED
C14436
YOUNG LADY Bahamian -
with commercial experience
and Stage 2 professional
Book-keeping and
Accountancy seeks position
with progressive firm. Please
write "Book-keeper", P. 0.
Box N-3404, Nassau. Bahamas.


C14545
IMMEDIATELY available.
Person with 15 years
international and domestic
banking experience. Office
management and accounting .
Complete resume upon request
available for interview at
anytime. Phone 4-1707

i HELP WANTED
C14572
CHIEF ENGINEER required
for Deborah K. Telephone
2888 Marsh Harbour. Abaco.
P. 0. Box 579.

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.

C14568
COMPUTER Service Engineer
require 3 years experience
Honeywell 115 computer
diagnosis and repair. Phone
31023 or 31026 Family
Guardian Insurance Company.

C14534
FINANCE company requires
female cashier/typist for its
Freeport branch. In Nassau
phone 2-1421, 2-1154. Ils
Freeport 352-8307.

C14339
PHOTOGRAPHIC and
Lithographic Technical
Consultant. Apply in writing to
P. 0. Box N-226, Nassau,
Bahamas.

C14535
YOUNG men between the ages
of 22-28 required to be trained
in the Finance business leading
to Managerial position. Phone
2-1421 or 2-1154 for
interview.


C14595 Square. Only Bahamians need
DIRECTOR of European apply.
Activities and Communications
needed. Must have university C14604
education, full command of MASTER JOINER with at
French, German, Spanish and least fifteen years experience,
English languages. 3 years must be able to reproduce all
experience in hotel travel field. types of quality furniture.
Please contact General Must also produce references.
Manager, Flagler Inn 5-5561. Call 2-4510.






BUSINESS S PROFESSIONAL


DIRECTORY

SSave Time


.S,.


AT THE DIVE SHOP

We take trade-ins. Take
advantage of our new and wide
selection of diving equipment
from top manufacturer the
new unbeatable easy breathing.
comfortable Poseidon
regulator. The U.S. divers
luxury back pack with super
soft shapes, quick release D.
rings, carrying handle at top.
All aluminum tanks in 50 cu.
in. size. Light weight, non
rusting, and the super 80 cu.in.
"professional" cylinder for the
larger diver, and the air bag.

As usual bringing you the best
from Nassau's most complete
Dive Shop. The shop with the
Dive Flag Awning.
P. O. Box N-1658
Telephone 24869

ENTERTAINMENT
C 14336
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY
The Nassauvians
The Electric Circle
OPEN TILL 4:00 a.m.

C14570
BAHAMAS MUSIC SOCIETY
presents
FISK UNIVERSITY
WOODWIND QUINTET
in 2 DIFFERENT Programmes
Friday 17th May 9:00 p.m.
Sunday 19th May 9:00 p.m.
at
The Lutheran Church, John F.
Kennedy Drive
Admission at the door $3.00
Reservations Tel 58035.
C14593
!FETE CHAMPETRE!
A GALA FUN-FILLED
TROPICAL EXCURSION
THRU LOCAL WATERS
Sponsored by National Youth
Congress (aid youth summer
camp programme)
May 25 7:30 p.m.

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> SIE'TINEI E ISE


ANTENNAS
Island TV 2-2618
AUTOMOT IVE I
Lucas Batteries
Bay Street Garage 2-2434

BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book
Shop 5-8744

BUSINESS FORMS
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011

CABINET MAKERS
Commonwealth
Furniture 3il20
CAMERAS
John Bull 2-4252/3

ENTERTAINMENT
Movies
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157
GARDEN & PET
SUPPLIES
Modernistic Garden Pet
Madeira Shop Plaza 2-2868


U


LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
New Oriental


Laundry


2-4406


MEN'S WEAR
Fashionette Ltd. 2-2376/7

OPTICIANS
Optical Service
Ltd. 2-3910/1

PAPER
Commercial
Paper House 5-9731

PRINTING
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011
Wong's Printing 54506
RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubber Stamp 5-4506

SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport L-nd
2.1862

TRAVEL
Playtours 2-2931/7
R.H. Curry & Co., 2-8681/7


Nassau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259 TV REPAIRS
HARDWARE Channel Electronics Ltd.
John S. Geroge 2-8421/6 3-5478

HOUSE PLANS UPHOLSTERING
Evangelos G. Zervos 2-4128 Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713
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FOR TE ACTION YOU WANT


HELP WANTED


SAINT AUGUSTINE'S
COLLEGE
Applications are invited for a
suitably qualified and
experienced person to fill the
vacancy of Art Teacher
commencing September 1974.
The successful applicant must
be qualified to teach art from
grades 7 through 12 up to
G.C.E. '0' Levels.
Please apply in writing with
details of experience. etc. to:
The Headquarter Saint
Augustine's College P. 0. Box
N3940. Nassau.


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gL I reads small ads ...
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Shop Nassau Merchants reading this aren't you?
Call 2-278 for
For Business And Services IInformation on mall or
Large display ads.


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C14585
2 CABINET MAKERS. Must
have at least 5 years
experience. Contact 24168 or
write to P. 0. Box 5486,
Nassau.

C14600
PROFIT IMPROVEMENT
MANAGER: The services of a
profit Improvement manager is
required. The successful
applicant must be between the
ages of 30-45 years, and have
had a minimum of five (5)
years experience in hotel
management, of which at least
three (3) years should have
been spent In being directly
responsible for this area. The
job requires an Individual
capable of developing and
implementing Improvements in
cost control and operating
systems in the hotel's operating
and non-operating
departments.
Contact: Personnel
Department Nassau Beach
Hotel P. 0. Box N7756 Nassau,
Bahamas. Telephone 7-7711.

C14596
WELDING ENGINEER
between 30 and 45 years of
age. Must be able to read blue
print, also design and do
aluminium welding for patio
furniture. 5 years experience.
Contact Mr. Leroy A.
Knowles, G. & G.
ASSOCIATES, TELEPHONE
59453.
C14576
THE BANK OF NOVA
SCOTIA requires the services
of an Assistant Manager of its
Nassau Branch. Applicants
should be over 30 years of age
and possess at least 14 years
routine and. international
banking experience. He must
be thoroughly familiar with the
internal control operations of a
large bank and as well be
thoroughly knowledgeable in
administration and credit.
Please apply in person to Mrs.
H. Barrett at The Bank of Nova
Scotia. Bav Street and Rawsonn


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C14597
MAID for regular household
duties also to care for young
baby and 2 small school
children. Woman should be
between 30 and 40 years, a
motherly type person with
own transportation "Fox
Hill" area. Hours from 8:30
a.m. until 5:30 p.m 41V day
week. Salary $34.00 per week.
Telephone 2-4431 Mrs. Russell.
C14558
INTERNATIONAL firm of
Chartered Accountants have
several vacancies for Chartered
or Certified Accountants In
their Freeport office.
Successful candidates will be
paid excellent salaries and
bonuses. Applicants should
apply in writing to the Staff
Palper, Price Waterhouse &
Co., P. O0. Box F-2415,
Freeport, Bahamas.

C 14607
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
with good skills and
organizational ability required.
Great career opportunity for
well-seasoned person. We ask
that only highly qualified
executive secretary apply. Call
Dupuch Publications telephone
3-5665 between 8 a.m. --4:30
p.m.

C14579
RESORT community
developer requires a Controller
to be responsible for
accounting functions, including
financial statements, cost and
accounting controls, and date
processing. Applicants should
be Chartered Accountants with
five to seven years experience.
Send details in writing to:
Treasure Cay Ltd., c/o P. 0.
Box N-3229, Nassau, Bahamas.

C14346
STUDENTS
International firm of chartered
accountants requires students
in their Nassau Office.
Applicants should be
considering a career in
accounting leading to
an A.C.C.A. Degree The
successful applicants will have
at least 5 "0" levels, including
English and Maths. Preference
will be given to those
applicants having an additional
2 "A" levels.
Please send resume of
qualifications, experience ip
public counting, if any, an
salary expected 'to: Tout e
Ross & Co., Chartered
Accountants, P. 0. Box
N7526, Nassau.
C14453
BEAUTICIANS needed with at
least five years experience.
Apply in person at Mar-Dee's
Beauty Salon, Boyle Buildino.

C14605
TILE MAKER and Terrazzo
Operator wanted by The
Nassau Tile Factory.
Dowdeswell Street, Telephone
2-2100.
C14618
THERE Is an immediate
opening in a growing
Agricultural Research and
Development operation for a
person with administrative
qualifications Applicants must
have either an educational or
experience background in
general administration and be
knowledgeable in property
control and management,
contracting and purchasing.
The minimum qualifications
,are either two years .college
l el~ study in Business
Administration or comparable
subjects, or three to five years'
experience in a responsible
position requiring knowledge
of the above listed activities.
Interested persons should
submit brief resume giving
education and working
experience to Adv. C14618,
c/o The Tribune, P. O. Box
N-3207, Nassau.

C14617
A Private Bank and Trust
Company requires an
accountant. The applicant
should have a final stage
bookkeeping diploma or at
least five years banking or trust
experience. Applicant should
be able to work on own
initiative and be able to assist
the Treasurer in all aspects of
the accounting department.
Please send resume to P. O.
Box N.7028, Nassau.

C14622


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C14598
18 ft. Fibreglass Cabin Cruiser
with 110 h.p. inboard/out-
board Volvo. $2000. Must sell.
Owner leaving island. Phone
day 24431, night 24212;
Donald Russell.

C 14283












. The Tribune ..-Friday, May 17, 1974


TRADE SERVICES


PIer's Custos

rtehrte Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. 0. Box N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING. STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACTT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
Phone: 2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 22798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES

C14594












PINDER'S EXTERMINA-
TORS
Termite and Roach Control
Fertillse Lawns, Destroy
Insects
Phone: Terry Pinder 42066,
42244.








GRAND





ANNOUNCEMENTS
C14366
SHAWNEE
Daily Service between West
Palm Beach and West End. For
Reservations call The Grand
Bahama Hotel (Ex. 5).

L IELP WANTED
C14397
JOB TITLE INDUSTRIAl.
ELECTRICIANS
Minimum Education Good
basic education.
Minimum Experience 5 yerrs
experience, preferably in
cement plant or similar
industry.
Duties/Responsibilities
Inspect, repair, install and wire
all electrical apparatus, devices
and circuits of any voltage in
cement plant ,r ,t''g.ed area.
Interested applicants contact
Personnel department, Bahama
Cement Company, P. 0. Box
F-100, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


C15162
Experienced MECHANIC' with
full set of hand tools to do
general repairs including
front-end alignment, auto
transmissions and able to give
estimates.
Apply: Sllvera's Auto Service
Ltd., 2 Poplar Crescent Drive,
Freeport.


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.


C15165
BORCO ,
KEY PUNCH OPERATOR
REQUI RED
The Bahamas Oil Refining
Company has an immediate
opening for a Key Punch
Operator with three (3) or
more years experience on 029
and 5496 Data Recorder.
Excellent opportunity for
advancement to Computer
Operator. Applicants must also
have completed High School
and possess a minimum
qualification of High School
Diploma. Qualified persons
should either submit Resume,
or call at the BORCO
Personnel Office Monday thru
Friday between 9 a.m. and 5
P.m. Tel. 352-9811 ex. 235, P.
0. Box F- 2435.
C15166
INSTRUMENT MECHANIC
Must be familiar with the
installation, design, and
operation of gas, steam.
hydraulic and pneumatic
control systems as
manufactured by Honeywell,
Johnson, Edwards, White
Rodgers Taco and Thrush.
Qualifications required.
London City & Guilds 1st Class
or National School Certificate
In Engineering. At least five
years experience in installation
of control systems. Apply in
Own handwriting, McConville
Plumbing Ltd., P. 0. Box
F-227, Freeport, Grand
sBhama.


TRADE SERVICES CARROLL RIGHTER'S


Boosters for homes
apartments and hotels from tt" Carrol Rieli' Institute
SALES AND SERVICES f ..I
Call 59404UC GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until midafternoon
WORLD OF MUSIC there are many delays which could prevent you
Mackey Street from attaining the goals you are striving for. In the late
Next to Frank's Place afternoon and evening you are able to tune in on what is best
C 14344 for you and make considerable progress.
MASTER TECHNICIANS ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) The situation at your home Is
LTD., Mackey Street, your. not as you would like it to be, but mutual understanding will
Whirlpool distributor offers bring the harmony that has been lacking.
refrigerators, washers, dryers; TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Your ideas are being twisted
compactors, freezers, ice by some kind of annoyance so be sure you wait until
makers, air conditioners and tomorrow before making any important decisions.
ar y er e GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Instead of worrying about
appliance we sell. Service done money, try to cooperate more with associates. Come to a
by factory trained mechanics, better understanding with one who has opposed you.
Telephone 23713, 5-9322. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Don't act
strangely at your daily work and let others gain the upper
C 14374 hand. Speak frankly to others. Control your emotions.
SOUTHERN PAINTING LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Important affairs should be
SERVICE handled early before you engage in new situations. Avoid a
Specialising in spraying house talkative person who wants to waste your time.
roofs, furniture, stipple VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) Being meticulous in handling
finishing, appliances, important affairs before going into new interests is vital now.
Telephone 5-1919 (days) Show more devotion to loved one.
3-6700 (nights). LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) Plan some time to get a
confusing matter straightened out with an associate. Strive for
C14581 more harmony in personal relationships.
FOR YOUR BUILDING SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) You have much to do and
NEEDS and CRANE HIRE ... you can show that you are a fine organizer by having your
see: AND B RS work completed by sundown. Be more cooperative.
LIMITED SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec 21) Plan early the kind of
P. 0. Box 6285 ES Phone recreation you want to engage in later in the day. Good friends
3-1671-3-1672. will be happy to go along with you.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan. 20) Instead of starting an
C14544 argument with a family tie, use that energy for constructive
BACKHOE FOR HI RE purposes. Evening is fine for having fun,
AQUARIUS (Jan, 21 to Feb 19) You have an alert mind
Need a septic tank or trenching and can now solve some problems in a most clever way. Think
Call before speaking and avoid getting in trouble.
C A R L G. T R E CO PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You are able to understand
CONTRACTORS LTD. problems you have in a very clear fashion now. Go to the right
2-4996 or 5-8725. sources for the information you need.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY.. he or she will be
C14358 one who can easily comprehend other people and their
SEWING MACHINE PARTS individual problems because of the humanitarian quality in
AND REPAIRS this nature.
ISLAND FURNITURE C SDIL
COMPANY CROSSWORD
P. 0. Box N4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie PUZZLE I T I
StreetsT
Telephone 21197, 23152. ACROSS E A
ACROSS 30 Hurry a EDT
1. Ivy Leaguers 31. Innovation RI F LE C
5. Also 34. Talking birds O LY P 5 R
8. Creator 37. Half dozen 01y
11. Agreement 38. Worn ON 0L Az U
12. Golfer Elder 40. Ethical E U 0
13. Before 44. Three-line
15. Cost 47. Legend SOLUTION OF SATURDAY'S PUZZ
--- 17. Skeleton staff 48. Away DOWN 5. Porter
HELP WANTED 19. Shredded 49. Front 6. Following
S20. Japanese fan 50. Russian John 1. Heroic poem 7. Arsenal
C15161 22. Whitewalls 51. Snoop 2. Turner 8. Customary
ELECTRICAL WHOLESALE 25. Earshell 52. Leaf cutter 3. Frosted 9. Alternatives
WAREHOUSE 29. Auto club 53. 10 mills 4. Solid alcohol 10. Balmoral
MANAGER Applicant must F 3 '5 1 io Castle's rive
have at least 5 to 7 years -/ 16. Bombyx
experience with electrical i2 318. Vanity
materials with technical 21.Roadhouse
knowledge to adapt material 1 3 1Co6 2. de
for construction use. 24. State
Contact: Anglo-American 25. Limb
Electrical Co. Ltd. P. 0. Box 26. Bargain
F-2504, Freeport, Grand /. 6 2 27. Form of
Bahama. Telephone: 352-7261. P P6 27 I2E W - insurance
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C15167- -o
GARDENER: To work eight
hour day, rain or shine. Dig 4
graves; also holes for trees and
plants. Prepare plant beds, "
weed, cut grass, handle -~
insecticides, rake and collect
trash on planted area. ,
Must have proof of previous _
experience. 51
Apply: Lucaya Nursery & I I
Landscaping, Ltd. Forest Ave., Par time 23 min.
& Yellow Pine St., P. 0. Box
F-252, Freeport, Grand
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C 14395 By LEONARD GARDEN
.Job Title GENERAL
REPAIR RMEN
Minimum Education Good
basic education.
Minimum Experience 5-10
years.
Du ties/Responsibilities
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts,, and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
Interested applicants contact
Personnel Department,
Bahama, Cement Company, P.
0. Box F-100 Freeport, Grand (900)
Bahama reWhite mates In two moves
against any defence (by P.
Wahlmark). (If you find It hard
C15169 to follow the chess notation used
Salesmen with at least 10 years in the solutions, send a stamped
experience in Real Estate and addressed envelope for my tre
CSEvening Standard booklet How
Condominium Sales. to Read Chess Moves.)
Good knowledge of Par times: 2 minutes, problem
Freeport/Lucaya area. master: 4 minutes, problem
Own car, high commissions expert; 7 minutes, good; 15
Send resume to Republic minutes, average; 30 minutes,
Realty Ltd. P. 0. Box F-2570. novice.


C15171
SAIPEM S.p.A. (BAHAMAS
BRANCH) HAS A VACANCY
IN THE BORCO REFINERY
EXPANSION PROJECT FOR
THE FOLLOWING
POSITION:
ADMINISTRATION MANAGER
Must be responsible for the
Resident manager but
immediately and ultimately to
the Head Office in Milan, Italy.
He is responsible for the
general administration of the
contract in terms of
stipulations of the company's
financial policies in the
Bahamas with regard to
invoicing, payments of
suppliers and employees,
judicial and fiscal problems. He
must be able to make sound
financial projections that meet
the demands of the Head
Office and its auditors. A
knowledge of English, Italian.,
Spanish together with
professional qualifications 1.i
accounting is essential. Five to
ten years experience required.
For the above apply in writing
to: Salpem. S.p.A. (Bahamas
Branch) P. 0. Box F.2471,
Freeport, Bahamas.


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no proper names. TODAY'S
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C15170 1
For Sale by Owner, Building C15172
lot 75 x 100 Summer Haven LEGAL SECRETARY. 5 I-
Estates, Nassau, lot No. 68, YEARS EXPERIENCE IN 3
Cash $4,000.00. Call Freeport CORPORATE AND LEGAL J
352-5910. WORK. SHORTHAND SPEED U-
120 W.P.M. ABLE TO WORK
C15168 WITHOUT SUPERVISION.
Ocean 1 Restaurant Saucier EXCELLENT WORKING
Chef wanted. Contact CONDITIONS. SALARY
373-3033. NEGOTIABLE. Edward St.
S-George. P. 0. Box F-2222.
C15123
Petrochemical I. I. Co. has the C15160
following job opportunities WANTED: Gentleman with
available for Bahamians to over five years experience to sell
work at BORCO Oil Refinery: Jewels in exclusive jewellery
3 Instrument Fitters Boutique. Commission only.
3 Industrial Electricians Also to assist in lecturing to w
3 Pneumatic Instrument the public and children and
Technicians Teachers on historical exhibits
3 Pneumatic Line Fitters and able to lecture on over o
3 Pipe Fitters 5.000 years of history. Must be .
Applicants should have willing to work several evenings D
previous experience in similar per week until 11 p.m.
jobs in Oil Refineries or Please ieply In writing only,
Chemical Plants. For giving complete resume of past
information please apply in experience to International
writing to: Petrochemical I. 1. Jewels Display Limited, Box
Co. Box F.343, Freeport, G.B. F-149, Freerp-rt.


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The Tribune - Friday, May 17, 1974


Antonas



falls to




Ordaz


BRIDGETOWN Bobby
Ordaz of Puerto Rico won a
hard-fought tussle with Jon
Antonas of the Bahamas 5-7,
6-3, 7-5 to take a Caribbean
invitational men's singles tennis
championship here Wendesday
night.
Ordaz, ranked number three
in his island, proved the
steadier player in the match
which lasted just short of two
hours. He consistently passed
Antonas at net and used the
slow clay courts at the Paradise
Beach Hotel to good effect.
Antonas seemed to have
made a breakthrough when he
went ahead 3-1 in the final set.
But the Puerto Rican pulled
back and when Antonas
dropped his service in the 11 th
game, it was the break Ordaz
needed.


Ordaz was specially invited
for the championships.
Commonwealth Caribbean
players who took part in the
recent team competition for
the Brandon Trophy made up
the rest of the field but
neither Richard Russell of
Jamaica nor Leo Rolle of the
Bahamas, considered two ot
the leading players in the area,
participated.
Russell left for Britain to
play a series of tournaments
there while Rolle dropped out
because of illness early in the
tournament
Antonas and Rolle had some
consolation in the doubles final
when they beat the
experienced Trinidad and
Tobago pair, Michael Valdez
and Alan Price, 6-4, 6-2. (Al')


Phillies' frolic


NEW YORK Tonnlmmy
Hutton slugged two home runs
and drove in five runs last
night, powering the
philadelphia Phillies to a 6-3
victory over the Montreal
Expos.
Steve Carlton, 4-3, went all
the way for Philadelphia,
scattering seven hits.
Elsewhere in the National
League, Marty Perez drove in
six runs with a single, double
and homer and Dave Johnson
slugged two home runs as the
Atlanta Braves shelled four San
Diego Pitchers for 16 hits and
trounced the Padres 11-1.
Rookie Mario Mendoza
rapped out the first three hits
of his career and pitcher Ken

frpIt


Brett drove in two runs, pacing
the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 5-2
triumph over the Chicag,
Cubs.
Don 1Hahn's two-run homer
and Teddy Martine/'s two-run
double carried the New York
mets to a 6-4 decision over the
St. Louis Cardinals.
In the American League,
John Mayberry hit a two-run
homer and Hlal McRae
slammed a solo shot to lift the
Kansas City Royals to a 5-3
victory over the I exas Rangers.
Home runs by Buddy
Bradford and Ken Henderson
helped the Chicago White Sox
post a 4-3 victory over the
Oakland A's ( AP)

SAINTS-STARS
Del Jane Saints will play
Heineken Stars in the first
game tonight at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre
beginning at 7:00 and Citibank
meet Becks in the second game
-oarting 9:30 p.m.


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Stephen Boyd,
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WRESTLERS

THE AL.L STARS
wrestlers gave a sp.'ctacular
performance last night at
House of Champions, Mt.
Royal Ave.
All six matches were filled
with action. Rough Joe Barr
lost in his debut with Kil
Moses, El Paco had a tough
time but pinned Wild One
Egoo.
The main event saw a
mixed lightweight and Middle
Weight. Sneaky Bugs, the
Tenn and Hall were beaten by
Mr. Confidence, Chris Rolle
and sensational Bahamian
Grappler who suffered a cut
eye. Referee for the match
was Super Plus who suffered
a broken hand last Thursday.
Watching were 500 junior
high school students, guests
of the Bahamas Wrestling
Club.
The All Stars will be in
action again on Saturday
(8:30 p.m.) in three revenge
trophy matches plus two
other bouts.

HAYES HITS 100
MANCHESTER Frank
Hayes and David Lloyd,
Lancashire batsmen, hamm'nered
centuries against the Indian
cricket team in an oigy of
run-making at Manchester's
Old Trafford yesterday.
After the Indians had
declared at 309 for 7,
Lancashire raced to the lead
and were 374 for 6 at close of
play.(AP)


EIGHTY GOLFERS enter
the Heineken beer tourney and
Family Day this Sunday at
Coral Harbour.
The plans have now been
finalized for Sunday's golf
tournament and family day
outing.
There has apparently been
some confusion as to the type

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See 2/ features late as 10:15
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Pictured (from left): Joan Hayling, Cynthia Curry, Bea Brown, Eleanor Darville and Karen
Pinder, of Home Furniture.


Mercury and Home


Furniture are top


THE BAHAMAS Bowling
Association's 1973-74 season
ended last Friday as the
powerful men from Mercury
squad rolled over Guinness and
the ladies of Home Furniture
pulled a major upset in
completely out-classing
perennial champs, The Amoury
Nationals.
Plaza League Champs,
Mercury, carried a 340 pin
edge into the final three game
block of the nine game series
to decide the men's champions.
Guinness, the Madeira
League Champs, saw all hopes
of a come-back sink, as Larry
D'Albenas (214) and Cedric
Saunders (190) led Mercury to
a 865-750 victory to widen
their lead by 455 pins.
Guinness finally took ad-
vantage of the 42 pin spot
given to them by the Mercury
squad and rolled closing lines
of 918 and 906, cutting the
final margin to a 272 pin
victory for Mercury. Larry
d'Albenas (214-616) and
Cedric Saunders (200-526)
paved the way for Mercury's
final 2506 series.
Graham Bell (517), Valdo
Prosa (508) and Charles Lunn


By Kerrington Wilkinson

(503) were instrumental in
Guinness 2574 series.
In 1973, when Thompsons
Dept. Store broke Amoury's
string of League
Championships at Four, the
adage that Amoury could not
be beaten was becoming a
reality. At the start of the
1973-74 series, it appeared that
once again the team to beat in
the Ladies Zephyr League,
would be the Amoury Co. with
Thompsons Dept. Store a
distant second. The first half
proved this to be true as the
Amoury gals clinched that
championship about three
weeks before the half ended,
and appeared to be headed for
a clean sweep of both titles.
However, out of nowhere
came a team of young and
mostly inexperienced keglers
sponsored by the Home
Furniture Co. This team, who
was not even considered at the
start of the series, pulled a
major upset as they clinched
the Second Half on the final
night of the regular series.
Monday, April 29 rolled
around and the roll-offs began.
The first line of the match saw
the Furniture gals down by
two marks as they entered the
tenth frame, but Eleanor
Darville found the pocket in
the ninth, tenth and eleventh
and finished with a good 176


game. Her teammates took the
hint and edged Amoury by 22
pins in the opening game.
There was no looking back
from this point as they won
the second game by 94 pins
and dropped the last by a mere
16 pins to finish the first
block with a 100 pin lead. Joan
Hayling (443) and Eleanor
Darville (439) top scored for
Home Furniture while captain
Rosie Saunders (454) was high
for the Nationals.
Final Statistics for the two
teams:
Home Furniture
Total Avg.
E. Darville 1,377 .153
C. Curry 1,080 .120
K. Pinder 1,238 .137
B. Brown 1,288 .143
J. Hayling 1,362 .151
6,543 .148

The Amoury Nationals
Total Avg.
P. Roberts 1,269 .141
J. Louis 1,131 .125
C. Moree 1.182 .131
K. Lowe 1,040 .115
R. Saunders 1,377 .153
5,999 .133
JETS CHAMP
THE NASSAU Jets Football
team will hold a try-out camp
on Tuesday at 6.30 p.m. at the
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.

BRIDGETOWN A team
from Barbados will tour
Bermuda for a series of cricket
matches between June 7 and
20.


of Tournament being played,
commented tournament
director Fred Higgs.
The event is a scocth
foursome partnership one,
which means that both
partners hit drives, then select
the best ball, then hit alternate
shots until the ball is holed
out."
To date there have been 80
entries, but very few entered as
partners, therefore pairing will
not be made before Sunday,
but as the event is also a
shotgun start, all golfers are
requested to be at the Club no
later than 12 noon.
Golfers are also requested to
select their partners and make
up provisional foursome, in
order that tee allocations only
will be necessary on Sunday
afternoon. Those persons who
have no partners will be paired
by the Committee prior to play
on Sunday.
Those golfers who have not
entered so far, may do so by
presenting themselves no later
than 12 noon on Sunday.
There will be many special
prizes during the Tournament,
including, longest drive for
men, ladies and juniors, least
number of team putts, most
team birdies etc.
The driving and putting
contest will commence at 12
noon, with the driving from
the 10th Tee.
The Crazy eights contest will
start on completion of the
Tournament.
For those persons who
intend to make a complete day
of it, baby sitters will be
available from 12 noon for the
very young. Hamburger
lunches will also be available
from 12 noon, and the steak
Bar-B-Q on completion of the
Tournament. Complimentary
I Heineken Beer will be available
throughout the day for the
Family Day Outing.


RAFFLE RESULTS


BAHAMAS Volleyball Federation
raffle results:
1st prize Trip to N.Y. via Pan
Am No. 126 V. Johnson. 2nd prihe
trip to Miami via Chalk No. 1280
Chris Johnson. 3rd prize weekend
Kings Inn. No. 1783 Laurie Miller.
4th prize weekend at Cape
Eleuthera No. 2186 Jenlfer Jones.
Sth prize 3 days Britannia, P.I. No.
1170 Blanch Stubbs. 6th prize
dinner for 2 Le Cabaret Theatre
No. 1784 Nugget. 7th prize
weekend Nassau Beach. No. 2366
Archibold Lockhart. 8th prize
dinner for 2 Cafe Martenique No.
604 Deleveaux Sweeting. 9th prize
$25 gift certificate Alston Role.
No. 0701. 10th prize $25 Super
Value certificate 7599 Spucks,
1282 B. Whymns, 7799 Alkcy 429
OChris McKinney 155 J. Cooper,
2494 Apache, I53, J. Darville,
2559 Young, 2195 D. Knowles,
1960 S. Hiltbyarincy (3rd
Terrace)


BASEBALL AVERAGES
TOP S PITCHERS (40 or more inninaBs
SO BB H IP W-L ERA
M. Moss (Citibank) SO 22 37 46 7 0 1.37
R. Hall (Del Jane) 36 8 46 51 6 2 1.65
H. Williams (Schlitz) 80 26 80 79-2/3 9 3 2.46
1. Fox (Jet Set) 28 15 47 41 3 4 2.56
K. Smith (Del Jane) 87 18 78 76-2/3 9 2 2.65
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
Home Runs: A. Roberts Schlitz, Randy Rolle Bimini, B. Burrows -
Citibank (3 each.)
Triples: R. Role Bimini, S. Outten Citibank (3 each.)
Doubles: G. Weech Bimini, Ed. Moxey Del Jane (6 each) three
players tied with 5 each.
INDIVIDUAL. LEADERS
Hits: V. Albury, L. Lockhart, Schlitz, W. Knowles Becks (32 each)
Stolen Bases: R. Turner Becks, Andre Woods St. Bernards (14 each)
four players tied with 13.
Runs: S. Haven Becks 26, four players tied with 25.
RBI: F. Taylor Becks, V. Albury Schlitz, B. Burrows Citibank all
have 20 each.
TOP TEN BATTERS (50 or more at bats)


V. Albury
L. Lockhart
E. Thompson
W. Knowles
E. Ford
H. Bethel
B. Burrows
C. Thompson
W. Thompson
P. Bethel


(Schlitz)
(Schlitz)
(Jet Set)
(Becks)
(Del Jane)
(St. Bernards)
(Citibank)
(Schlitz)
(Heinkens)
(Del Jane)


AB R
63 11I
65 25
54 18
75 21
78 22
65 I1
73 14
59 11
51 14
60 12


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1 st Annual

South Ocean Beach Hotel


OPEN TENNIS

TOURNAMENT

MAY 18 JUNE 8, 1974
Entry forms from any local tennis pro,
or call Oral Martin, South Ocean Beach
tennis pro, at 7-4391.


AVG.
.508
.492
.463
.427
.397
.385
.384
.373
.373
.367


PUBLIC IS INVITED



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that BENJAMIN FITZ-ALBERT
THOMAS of Arthur's Town Cat Island is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and 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 written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 10th day of
May 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N3002,
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that CYBRUNT CONSTANTINE
GORDON of Montrose Avenue and Arundel Street, (Box
1460) Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and 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 written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 10th day of May, 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship
Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that WILLIAM BLACKETT
CALDWELL of Queen Road Nassau East is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and 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 written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 10th day of
May 1974 to The Minister responsible for Natlonality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N3002,
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that FOOK YUEN YU of Wulff
Road, John Chea Apartments P. 0. Box N621, Nassau
Bahamas is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and 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
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 17th day of May 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P. 0.
Box N7147, Nassau.


MISS REGINA HUMES
whO is to be married to

\ MD.OLITN4AIN

on June Ist, 1974

has chosen as her Wedding C
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by ROYAL DOULTON


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E. Bay St. at. William St.
TELEI'HONIE 5-4641
Sittings by appointment please, at your convenience



Tagaiyka Concessions Limited


Further to a press announcement made on 23rd October
1973, it is jointly announced by Tanganyika Concessions
Limited ("TANKS") and Invent Incorporated of Houston,
Texas ("INVENT") that the boards of both companies have
unanimously approved and signed a new agreement, which
supersedes the agreement of 22nd October, 1973,
concerning the merger of their respective oil and gas
exploration interests in the North European Continental
Shelf.
Under the old agreement it had been proposed that
TANKS North Sea would be the holding company but this
has proved impracticable for United States taxation reasons.
Under the new agreement the whole of the issued share
capital of TANKS North Sea Limited ("TANKS NORTH
SEA") in which are vested all the oil and gas interests of
TANKS will be transferred to INVENT (U.K.) Limited, the
wholly owned subsidiary of INVENT, which will change its
name to Tanks Oil And Gas Limited ("OIL AND GAS");
All the oil and gas interests of INVENT in the North
European Continental Shelf apart from those in the
German sector will be vested in OIL AND GAS. OIL AND
GAS will be owned after completion in equal proportions
and jointly managed by TANKS and INVENT, but TANKS
will have ultimate voting control. As under the old
agreement TANKS will provide financial and administrative
services and INVENT technical services.

Under the new agreement, TANKS will:-
(a) Contribute to OIL AND GAS U.S. dollars 4 million in
full on completion, rather than U.S. dollars 2 million
upon completion and U.S. dollars 2 million upon
request at any time up to 1st September 1979, as
provided under the old agreement: and
(b) Contribute to OIL AND GAS up to a maximum of
US. dollars 3 million if prior to 1st September 1981
there is a commercial discovery of oil and gas on any
of the areas covered by the agreement rather than only
in certain areas as provided under the old agreement.

As under the old agreement, additional loan finance of
up to U.S. dollars 2 million will still, if necessary, be
provided by TANKS to OIL AND GAS up to 1st
September 1978, but this finance will only be drawn down
after the U.S. dollars 4 million has been expended.
The new agreement between TANKS and INVENT is
conditional upon receipt of certain favourable
governmental consents and .clearances and upe" the
approval of the shareholders of INVENT. INVEN. has
been advised by TANKS that it has entered into 'n
agreement under which certain directors and officers
INVENT holding an aggregate of approximately 37 per cent
of the share capital of INVENT, have irrevocably agreed to
vote in favour of the resolution approving the new
agreement.


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