<%BANNER%> manager, John Greene, left,
on their good luck. Pictured
next to Mr. Greene are Donna
Mantoan, actress/singer from
Los Angeles; B.G. Fisher,
actor from Los Angeles; and
Theresa Andrews, Dating
Game chaperone on hand to
make certain that everything
stays ... well, on the up and
up!
Beauty Pageant
set next month
THE MISS COMMONWEALTH
Bahamas Beauty Pageant will be held at
the Lc Cabaret Theatre. Paradise Island
on June 30 at 8:30 p.m.
It will be held under the patronage
of the Minister of Home Affairs and the
Minister of Transport.
Prizes include a trip to London to the
Miss World Contest and a paid scholarship
to Bethunc Cookman College.
There will be many other prizes and
each contestant will receive a gift, says
Mr Ty Saunders of the pageant
committee. Entrants must be between the
ages of 17 and 26, and between 5'2"ipd.
S'9" tall Closing date for entrance is
June 3.
Applications may be obtained by
calling Miss Gardiner at 59703 or 27500.
Miss Rolle, 42697 or 23915; Miss
Cartwright. 32051 or 23915; or Mr Ty
Saunders, 24818 or 77078.
The first entrant is Miss Madeana Una
Turnquest. Miss Pepsi Cola.
Miss Turnquest, 18, measures
35-25-37, weighs 125 lbs. and is 5'4" tall.
Born in Nassau on May 27, 1955 she
has black hair and eyes. S!ie is a secretary
and her hobbies arc bal'.et, reading, sport i
and singing.
Her ambition is to travel and gain the
invaluable knowledge and experience
offered by the world's people and their
cultures.
She was previously in the "Miss C. R.
Walker" contest
COLD STEEL w
ON THE OUTSIDE
...ALL WOMAN
ON THE INSIDE!
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No one under 18 admitted
Self-Service Ristzirant
preliminary meeting will be
held on Tuesday, May 28, at 8
p.m On this occasion. Mr Bill
Cherney, the retiring chairman,
will induct Jaffery Stewart as
his successor.
Bill Cherney emphasised
today the importance of an
early start, not only in getting
the general over-all plans
organized. but, more
specifically, the making of
articles lor the inside booths
The women of Ereeport are
invited to assist with this
important project.
ANGLICAN CHANGES
Till REV. IVtcr Crist has
been assigned to assist at St.
Margaret's parish, and the Rev.
Louis Dames has been
appointed priest-in-charge at
St. Patrick's parish in
Governor's Harbour,
Addinglon House announced
.Saturday

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Estee Lauder girl at Mademoiselle
MADEMOISELLE owner Norman Solomon
has a few last words with Carol Cash, who
leaves Nassau this week for the first of several
specialised training sessions designed to make
her an Estee Lauder cosmetics consultant.
Carol's course is to be held in Fort Lauderdale.
Carol came to be a promoter of Estee Lauder
products at Mademoiselle ty a long but not
devious route. She came to the Bahamas
from Scotland in 1965, and stayed for a few
years, first at Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, where
she married a Bahamian and had two children.
Mr. Solomon conceded that Estee Lauder is
an expensive cosmetics line, but argued that
"no matter what the business may be, when
you buy the very best you pay a little more."
Wants US to drop trade barriers
Philippines
will host
Miss Universe
The fitst Lad) of the
Philippines. Mrs Itnekla
Romualde/ Marcos, is
supervising preparations tor thf
Miss Universe beaut) pageant
in Manila on July 21
The Philippines Department
of Tourism is training 200 girls,
ages 18-25. to serve as
usherettes ami raceptionsits
during the contest
i In- Philippines' own Margie
Moran is the present Miss
Universe and won her title last
year in Athens. (Irene
Site of the contest will be
the Folkloric \n. Centre now
being constructed along Roxas
Boulevard. Manila with a
capacity lor 10,000 people It
fronts Manila Bay
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nation-wide referendum i< allow
tirceks i" determine future <>i ilifir
kin*.
1972 U.S. rreaWeni and Mrs
Ki.li ir.l Nixon an- in I .mnvr.nl ufl
their vUl hi the Suvfcl Union.
I rains colHda in
< .. -rmant killm,' -Is
THE U.S. was urged
Thursday to drop trade
barriers against the Bahamas
to end the "gross disparity"
that favours Florida in the
Florida-Bahamas balance ol
trade.
Development Corporation
chairman Carlton E. Francis
termed the present trade
position "an almost one-way
street in Florida's direction,"
according to Miami Herald
financial writer Darrell
Eiland.
Mr. Francis, whom the
Herald mistakenly identified
as Minister of Development,
headed the Bahamas
.lei. .(.it inn to the Governor's
Conference on World Trade
at the Four Ambassadors
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NOTICE
Bahamas Telecommunications Corporation
wishes to announce that telephone service is now
available in RWgeland Park East and Montell
Heights.
Residents living in these areas who are interested
In obtaining service should contact the
Corporal ion's Commercial Office on Thompson
Boulevard. Oakes Field, telephone number 3491 I,
at their earliest convenience.
When applying for service, applicants are
requested to provide information regarding streel
name and number on pole nearest their properly.
hotel on Miami Beach. Mr.
Francis addressed the group
Thursday.
He said that in 1972 the
Bahamas spent more than
SI SO million in the U.S.
"As you can imagine." he
told the conference, "most of
this was spent in the state of
Florida for a variety of goods
and services. Although I do
not have the precise figures, I
am confident that the
corresponding value of total
exports (from the Bahamas to
Florida) is appreciably-
lower."
He said this "gross
disparity" in trade must end.
"Unfortunately. those
countries which were
formerly governed under
colonial auspices have been
regarded for centuries as little
corners and clusters of plums
to be plucked at the will and
fancy of metropolitan
powers." he said.
In addition to a lowering
of trade barriers, Mr Francis
urged U.S. investors to help
develop industry here
Black magic raid
NAKLI.S Polite arrested
19 persons in a downtown
Naples church last night iftei
they allegedly practised black
magic around a sarcophagus
The police said they louncl
the 19, including three women,
singing around a 19th csntur)
sarcophagus in the church.
Bones from the sarcophagus
were placed on the floor
around the altar and inside the
marble coffin was a crucifix
with chicken feathers around
Christ's head" and a noose
around his neck, police said.
The 19 were charged with
violating a tomb, breaking into
a church and offending the
Catholic religion
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1970 Leftist vtjllti"ii Ird hy
Mrs Slrlmavu llandaranniks- wins
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1962 (..n.-r.tiissimo Kranclaco
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wave of utrikii on r uinmunlsts and
liberate and Roman Caihulk las
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1961 < unstltuenl sssrmbli
proposes new rurklali constitution;
Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaya
iTvmkr. proposes *rralrr M.iI.i'mi
federation.
i960 United Statea endi its lid
to Cuba.
I9SK siai.- ol emergence is
declared hi t e) kin
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which has beer under Kakiataa ruk
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1954 Morethan 100 crewmen
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Mir- i' s .iirsrjii carrier
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NOTICE is hereby given that MILOT C. METAYER of
Winchester Street East, Nassau is applying to the Minis..:
responsible for Nationality and C tizenship. for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahama'., and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
ol the lacts within twenty-eight days from the 20th day of
May 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship. Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nassau
NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that CHARLES BENNETT
WARRY of Sans Souci Nassau 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 20th day of May 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship.
Ministry of Home Affairs. P. O. Box N3002, Nassau.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that HILDA I DOLLY JENKINS of
Fortfincastle, Nassau is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for legislation 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 27th day of May 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LIVITH PEARSON
HENFIELD of Carib Road, Pyfrom's Addition, New
Providence 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 27th day of May 1974 to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship
Ministry of Home Affairs P. O. Box N3002, Nassau.
NOTICE
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Court E22 Freeport Grand Bahama 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 27th dayof
May 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nassau.
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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 27th day of May 1974
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The Tribune Mondy, Miy 27, 1974
Barrett training two
years in Canada
A young Bahamian left Nassau this weekend with his family to spend two years in Canada,
seconded to the Montreal Trust Company from Trust Corporation of Bahamas Limited (TCB). He
will be the second Bahamian TCB employee to undergo two years of on-the-job training with the
Montreal Trust Company.
Prime Minister Lynden Pindling is pictured with top officials of the Canadian Imperial
Bank at a reception held on Wednesday at the East Hill Club to mark the official opening
of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Trust Company. From left are: Mr. Frank
Flanagan, who heads the, new trust company, Mr. Clifford J. Shirley, Vice President
(International Banking), Mr. Pindling, and Mr. J. D. Cockwell, Area Manager for Canadian
Imperial Bank.
Canadian Imperial opens
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Complete confidence in the
Bahamas' continued growth as
a financial centre and tax
haven was expressed this week
by noted international banker
Clifford J.Shirley.
He was speaking following a
reception held on Wednesday
at the Last Hill Club to mark
the official opening of the
Canadian Imperial Bank of
Commerce Trust Company.
Mr Shirley is Canadian
Imperial's Vice President
(International Banking).
"We are continually
reviewing and expanding our
international operations," he
said, "With the continued
expansion of the
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas as a financial centre
and tax haven, it is necessary
that we establish a
wholly-owned subsidiary Trust
Company to provide those
financial services, including the
handling of trust business,
which are not normally
provided by our branch bank
operations.
"We look forward to
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assisting in the continued
growth of the Bahamas, both
internally and as an
international financial centre,"
he added.
Among dignitaries attending
the reception were
Governor-General Sir Milo
Butler Prime Minister Lynden
(). Pindling and Deputy Prime
Minister and Minister of
Finance Arthur D. Hanna.
Also present were Mr. T.
Baswell Donaldson, Chairman
of the Bahamas Monetary
Authority and the Governor
designate of the Central Bank,
and Mr. William Allen Research
Manager of Authority.
In welcoming the new Trust
Company, Mr. Donaldson said:
"I am most happy to welcome
this new addition to our
financial community. We are
always happy to invite good
corporate citizens."
The new trust company,
which is located on Bay Street,
is a wholly owned subsidiary of
the Canadian Imperial Bank of
Commerce, Toronto, Canada.
It is headed by Mr. Frank
Flanagan, who has many years
experience in trust and
banking, both here and in
Canada.
Born in Galway. Ireland, Mr.
Flanagan was educated at the
University College, Dublin. He
came to the Bahamas in 1966.
Mr. Flanagan, whose hobbies
are golf and bridge, resides on
Eastern Road with his wife,
Sally, and two children,
Pauline and William.
Leaving Nassau this coming
Sunday with his wife
Jacqueline, their son and twin
daughters is Edward D. G.
Barrett, widely known locally
as "Butch" Barrett, an athlete
of distinction in cricket,
soccer, Softball, tennis and
golf.
Dennis Mackey returned to
Nassau last week. Mr. Mackey,
a bachelor, moved to Montreal
in August of 1972 for a similar-
two year secondment.
Mr. Mackey is enthusiastic
about his experience in
Canada. "I'm very pleased to
have had the opportunity," he
says. 'The wide variety of trust
company matters I was
exposed to in Canada should
give me a much sounder base
for eventual advancement in
KB than I would have had
otherwise."
The Montreal Trust
Company is one of the
principal shareholders of the
RoyWest Banking Corporation
Limited, of which TCB is a
direct subsidiary.
During his time with the
Montreal Trust Company, Mr.
Mackey spent about 3 months
in each of six major
departments: audit. ac-
counting, guaranteed
investments, securities,
mortgages and head office
investments.
"Although I spent most of
my time in Montreal, I had a
chance to see a good deal more
of Canada in the line of duty,"
Mr. Mackey recalls. "I went as
far West as Calgary, Alberta as
a member of an audit team,
and to St. John's,
Newfoundland, which is about
as far East as you can go. I also
went on an audit to Quebec
City, which is a really
interesting old place. You hear
very little English there.
While we were working in
Calgary, we spent a weekend
up in Banff in the snow-capped
Canadian Rockies. That's really
strange scenery for
Bahamian!
"I found Canadians in
general very friendly and
Montreal a very cosmopolitan
city. There are a lot of West
Indian immigrants there and I
made a lot of Canadian friends,
many of whom are bilingual.
My lack of French was no
drawback," he concluded.
Mr. Barrett, 20, is looking
forward to his two years in
Canada. Like Mr. Mackey, he
sees his secondment as an
opportunity to build a base of
experience to fit himself for
future responsibilities with
TCB
He graduated from
Government High Sctyc-ojji

Mackey
back
from same
course
1964.
After IS months with
Barclay's Bank and short terms
of employment with Nassau
Dairy Products and the Bank
.of Nova Scotia, he became an
articled clerk in the chambers
DENNIS MACKEY
of Mr. Henry Bostwick, where
he read law for 3V4 years.
Deciding that his interests
lay more in the administration
of law than its practice, he left
Mr. Bostwick in May, 1971 to
become a TCB trainee trust
officer. He joined the trust
department in September of
that year and was appointed
Assistant Trust Officer in
January, 1973.
Although, like Mr. Mackey
he will move about within the
Montreal Trust Company, the
scope of his experience will be
along somewhat different lines
He will snend time in the
personal trust department the
Canadian taxation department
and the estate planning
department, as well as pursuing
Donald R. Kester, Deputy
Chairman an4 Managing
Director of TCB, o'fers: btst
wishes to Edward Barrett on
eve of his departure for two
years secondment In Canada.
further studies
He is enrolled for the
Institute of Bankers courses
and has already completed
Principles of Law and English
Language, Part I.
"Sending Dennis Mackey
and Edward Barrett away to
Montreal for further training is
of course only a small part of
our continuing programme for
our Bahamian staff," said
Donald R. Kester. Deputy
Chairman and Managing
Director of TCB
"Aside from the overall
breadth of experience a
two-year stay with Montreal
Trust will give these young
men there is a very specific
advantage to TCB in sending
them there," he continued.
"You cannot expect a
Bahamian born and brought
up in the tax-free Bahamas, to
have any conception of why
foreigners bring their accounts
to us to administer in a tax
shelter country. Two years in a
tax environment like Canada
should make them much more
appreciative of the viewpoint
of our foreign clients than they
might otherwise be," he said.
NOTICE
ATLANTIC MANAGEMENT LIMITED
(Formerly known asGramco Management Limited)
Claughton House
Shirley Street,
P. O. Box N-4883,
Nassau. Bahamas.
Audited financial statements of Atlantic
Management Limited and Subsidiaries, for the
fiscal year ended 31st December, 1973, have been
issued and are available upon request at the
following locations:-
ATLANTIC MANAGEMENT LIMITED
P. 0. Box N4883, Nassau, Bahamas.
BANQUE DE PARIS ET DES PAYS-BAS POUR
LE GRAND DUCHE DE LUXEMBOURG
Blvd. Royal. Luxembourg-Viile, P. O. 51.
Banque De Paris Et Des
Pays-Bas
When it comes to insurance
it's Dominion for Life
...in Nassau
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THE DOMMON LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY


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VOL. LXXI, No. 156 Monday, May 27,1974 Pric: 20 Cents


By Mike Lothian
HOPE has faded that Lucy
Lloyd will ever regain her
sight.
Lucy is the victim of a
gunman's blast, and friends
on Saturday will try to
brighten her future with a
dance.
Lucy, 29, is not
completely disabled and is
doing as much as she can to
help herself.
She is already enrolled in
the School for the Blind, and
is trying to recall the typing
experience she once had.


She is hoping, too, that she
can learn to operate a
telephone switchboard.
But will her efforts, limited
as they must be by blindness,
be enough?
Lucy's friends are taking
no chance that experience
will prove it insufficient.
They have organised a
dance, with food and
refreshments, to begin noon
on Saturday at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre's
recreation building.
The affair is to launch
fund-raising efforts to build a


Police


ALFRED BUTLER
'History making'

roots who brought them to
power.
Tomorrow the Bahamas
Teachers Union is expected to
stage a demonstration of its
own outside the Churchill
Building to protest the
government's refusal to discuss
wage and working conditions
and the future of the Widows
and Orphans Pension Fund.
The teachers are meeting
tonight to reach a final
decision whether to
demonstrate or not.
"We have made it clear we
are supporting them and many
of us will be out there lending
them out moral support," Mr.
Butler vowed.
Although the PPAC
reportedly has the blessing of
several PLP legislators, none


home for Lucy on property
she is purchasing in Yellow
Elder Gardens.
Lucy, presently a
Ridgeland Park resident, lost
her sight in an armed robbery
at Ann's Paradise Club on
Thompson Boulevard, where
she was cashier, on January
12.
The tragedy need never
have happened; it resulted
from a bandit's uncaring
discharge of his weapon even
though he was never
threatened.
Lucy was sitting at one of


will be taking part in the
march. "This is the people's
thing. We intend to be a
watchdog on government and
we will keep shouting until
they start acting in the best
interests of the people," the
PPAC officer declared.
A delegation of PLP
supporters in Freetown will
reportedly -also be taking part
in the march in protest against
their representative, Works
Minister Simeon Bowe. They
claim they have been
abandoned by both the party
and its representative and are
demanding Mr. Bowe's
resignation.
Leading the move is a
former chairman of the
Freetown PLP branch who quit
the National General Council
because of his disenchantment
with government policies.
The placard-carrying
Jumbey demonstrators will
leave the Village at 9 a.m.,
Wednesday, marching north on
Blue Hill, east to Princess
Street and on to Shirley Street,
turning north to Bay on East
Street.

The House is also due to
consider a no confidence
motion Wednesday being
brought against Health Minister
Loftus Roker by the
Opposition.


the restaurant's tables while a
waitress served the club's
only customer at the time
when she heard the ring as
the cash register was opened.
She looked up for
practically the last time in her
life and saw two men, one
taking money from the cash
register while the other stood
guard with a shotgun.
Lucy did nothing.
The armed robber waited
in the club a few seconds
after his accomplice left the
scene with the money taken


Lucy did nothing to either
hinder or provoke the
gunman.
It remains something of a
mystery why the armed man
fired his weapon just before
he, too, dashed from the
club. The shotgun pellets
struck a wall and some of
them rebounded, flying into
Lucy's face.
Lucy remained in hospital
for a time while doctors
treated her in the hope to
restoring her sight. The hope
was in vain and has faded


go-ahead for


mass demo

THE PEOPLE'S POSITIVE Action Committee today received police permission
for its mass demonstration march on the House of Assembly when it meets
Wednesday.
Planned initially as a passive protest against the government's disregard of Jumbey Village, the
march has become the rallying call for hundreds of Bahamians disenchanted with certain of the
administration's social and economic policies.


"We have been promid the
support of a number of labour
organizations and will alpo be
joined by a group from Mrsh
Harbour, Abaco, led by a
fjrmer'PLP Council member,"
Mr. Alfred D. Butler, PPAC
secretary said today.
Mr. Butler, himself a former
vice-chairman of the PLP, said
Wednesday's march will be
history making. "It will be the
first time that any organization
outside of tht o/l .ijt
Opposition, has demonstrated
against the policies and
practices of the government,"
he declared.
The display in the square
outside the Assembly will in all
likelihood be paralleled by an
equally fierce debate inside,
when Coconut Grove
representative Edmund Moxey
the driving force behind the
Jumbey conception -- moves
for appointment of a
committee to consider "the
social, economic and cultural
plight of the Bahamian."
Observers close to events
predict that Wednesday's scene
in Rawson Square may well
have the same dramatic impact
as Black Tuesday April 27,
1965, when Prime Minister
Lynden Pindling, then Leader
of the Opposition threw the
parliamentary mace out the


window.
Ironically, it is
Prime Minister and
who are under fire
alleged disregard of


now the
his party
for their
the grass


Man found dead in


beach car, court told


JOSHUA SAUNDERS, a
15-year-old Gambier youth
whose body was found in the
back seat of a stolen rental car
in March 1972, was last seen in
the company of a 20-year-old
accused youth and his death
was caused by strangulation, a
Supreme Court jury heard
today.
Six witnesses ranging in age
from a 69-year-old retired
police officer, Randol
"Rannie" Balfour, to a
17-year-old former companion
of the deceased, Everette
"Judge" Duncombe, testified
before the luncheon
adjournment today.
Prosecuting attorney Pericles
Maillis, opening his case against
Colin Chipman, 20, of
Adelaide Village, told the jury
that the Crown is basing its
case on the third statement
which was given to police by
the accused.



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The defence, represented by
attorney J. Henry Bostwick, is
expected to contest the
statement and the manner
under which police obtained
the supposed confession from
the accused.
Dr. Joan M. Read, Princess
Margaret Hospital pathologist,
and first to testify today said
Saunders' death was caused by
"a head injury and manual
strangulation."
She testified that Saunders
had several abrasions in the
area of the throat and that he
was hit on the left side of the
head with "some sort of blunt
instrument ... a shoe or a boot,
or a piece of wood."
Balfour, Mitchell Road, said
the .car in which Saunders'
body was found was parked at
Adelaide beach for "two or
three days." before March 18,
1972.
On March 18, he said he
went to the beach to get some
sea-weed to sell to a Mr.
Dorsett who was with him.
Dorsctt went over to the
car and "peeped" inside. "He
said that there was a man in
the car with the glass all
screwed up. I went and peeped
in and saw the dead man ..."
Balfour testified.
Balfour said he remained at
the car after contacting police.


After the body was removed,
an officer drove the car away,
he said.
Duncombe testified that he
was with the accused and the
deceased from 7 a.m. until
about 10 p.m. on March 15,
1972.
He said that Chipman and
Saunders were in a yellow
Maverick car. He did not know
where Saunders had gotten it
and it was not the first time he
saw him in a car.
He went with them to
Adelaide where he played
dominoes and where Saunders
gambled before they let him
out in Gambier again.
It was about 10 p.m. at the
time and he went to a club
although he was only
15 years old at the time.
After sitting around and
listening, he ran home.
"I don't know why I ran
home," Duncombe had also
said.
John Saunders, father of the
15-year-old youth, said he last
saw his son alive on March 15,
1972, when he gave hint $5. He
was very friendly with the
accusedand they went around
together a lot. He did not
always attend school and
sometimes he washed cars at
the airport, he testified.


march




Dolphins for



the wofid


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Mr. Curtis Johnson (at rear) of the Seafloor Aquarium
helps pack a dolphin for London. Water sprouting
continuously through spray bars keeps the dolphin cool
during the flight.

NASSAU COULD BE TOP

TRAINING CENTRE


PLANS are afoot to make
Nassau's Seafloor Aquarium a
dolphin training centre for
aquatic shows around the
world.
The move is a joint venture
by Seafloor Aquarium owner
Curtis Johnson and Don
Robinson of Don Robinson
Holdings Limited, a British
firm operating "dolphin-
ariums" in Europe and
Canada.
The two companies already
have Government licences to
export 20 Bahamian/bottle-
-nosed dolphins from the
aquarium here to Mr.
Robinson's Scarborough Zoo
and Marineland.
The first four, untrained,
were shipped out last night to
England via BEA, Mr.
Johnson told The Tribune.
No formal proposals have
yet been submitted to
Government in connection
with the joint-venture
training scheme, which is to
be an extension to the export
programme with more direct
benefits for the Bahamas.
The joint proposal would
call for the construction of an
80,000-galon, .40-foot long
pool at the Seafloor
Aquarium to house the extra
animals and for training
purposes.
The proposal would


include training trips to
Britain for Bahamian dolphin
trainers.
The dolphins would be
trained at the Seafloor
Aquarium, a process that
would become a part of the
Aquarium's show. Training
now is done between shows.
The trained dolphins
would be leased to aquatic
shows all over the world, and
the Bahamas would get some
free advertising, as the
dolphins would be introduced
as having been captured and
trained here.
There might be cases, also,
where Bahamian trainers
would go with the dolphins
on their overseas contracts.
In the case of northern
aquariums that close for the
winter months, the dolphins
would winter at their Nassau.
base.
Don Robinson Holdings is
a subsidiary of Trident
Television, owners of
Yorkshire Television and
Tyne Tees Television, two of
Britain's independent
networks.
It operates dolphinariums
in Scarborough, England,
Drummond, Scotland, and
Montreal, Canada.
"The deal is expected to be
finalised within the next few
weeks," a spokesman said.


now.
Lucy cannot see, and she is
not likely to ever again.
At the'time of the incident'
Lucy had partially paid for
her lot in Yellow Elder. A
fund was opened at the
Robinson Road FinCo branch
shortly afterwards to help
meet payments that she could
not meet.
Now the same fund is
being turned to a bigger
project, building Lucy a
home ... to brighten a dark
future.



I'm much

better,

says

Theresa
"I'M MUCH better today
and looking forward to my
test tomorrow," young
Theresa Henderson told The
Tribune today from her
hospital wheelchair.
Her big test comes
tomorrow when the doctor
who performed the operation
that saved her life puts her
through a test to determine if
she is able to walk. On the
outcome of this will depend
the type of artificial leg to
be fitted to replace the left
leg she lost.
Theresa, 16, has a rare
form of bone cancer and had
to have her leg amputated last
Friday to save her life. She is
now recuperating in the
National Children's Cardiac
Centre at the University of
Miami.


But although young
Theresa has suffered this
blow she is not letting it get
her down. She sounded
cheerful on the 'phone and
said that her cousin, Penny,
was bringing her seventy-two
year old grandmother to see
her. She is looking forward to
the visit.
"Yes, I'm feeling a lot
better and my big test is
tomorrow when Dr. (Jerry)
Ennis sees if I can walk," she
said. Theresa has been sitting
up out of her hospital bed for
the past two days, but
tomorrow she will try to walk
on crutches. She said she is
looking forward to it.
And she is not even
nervous about it.
A former student at C. C.
Sweeting Senior High,
Theresa wants to be a
cosmetologist.
She is spending her time at
hospital at the moment
working at a book of puzzles.
She may even try her luck at
The Tribune crossword
puzzle, she said.
She wanted to thank those
who had written or sent her
get well cards and hoped to
be back home before too
long.

Boat goes

aground

LAST night about 11
o'clock it was reported that a
boat, the "French Leave",
went ashore on a sandbar at
the northern end of Darby
Island which is halfway
between George Town and
Staniel Key, Exuma.
It went aground about noon
yesterday with several people
aboard, BASRA reported.
There was a high tide early this
morning but it is not yet
known whether the boat got
off.
Another boat, the "Denya"
of Hamburg went ashore off
the east end of Atoll Island
yesterday afternoon, but was
pulled clear about 6 p.m. after
assistance from boats in the
area. She arrived safely in
Nassau last night.
A B95 twinengine aircraft,
registration number N716JD,
was reported missing this
weekend, but found safely in
Haiti this morning.
The aircraft, piloted by Mr.
W. G. Browning, left Nassau at
3.30 p.m. Saturday for Haiti
but did not arrive on schedule.
However, BASRA learned this
morning that the aircraft
arrived safely at its destination.


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DRAGGING ON


PERPIITUATION of a
dispute between the Grand
B.'hama Telephone and
Communications Workers
Union and the Grand Bahama
Telephone Company is the
result of a company attempt to
pressure the government into
allowing a phone rate increase,
union president James
Thompson charged today.
The union filed notice of the
dispute on April 10 and is
threatening strike action
following expiration today of
the 53-day cooling off period.
It is reported however that
Labour Minister Clifford
Darling plans to look into the
situation personally and will be
flying to Freeport this week.
'The telephone company
applied to increase its rates
some time ago, but government
didn't give them what they
wanted. If they can force the
union to take illegal action


cordial atmosphere where there
is respect for the other's
opinions."
Mr. Turnquest said he was of
the opinion that both the
union and the company had
displayed "utter contempt"
for each other.
Preferential treatment had
been shown to non-Union
members, he said, and
strengthened the union's
argument that the move was
intended to show the
ineffectiveness of the union.
The G.B.T.C. applied to
government nearly two years
ago to increase its rates
following extension of service
to Eight Mile Rock at the
request of Batelco.
But in a letter from th :
Transport Minister Dai: l
Rolle, the rate increase was
rejected although the company
was allowed to increase service
connection charges.


hey can threaten to shut According to the
down," Mr. Thompson said. Continental Telephone
The union's grievances Company subsidiary, its
centre on the "discriminatory" extension to Eight Mile Rock
manner in which the company was carried out with the
has paid out back pay due understanding that suitable
under the March wage contract rates would be established for
and its refusal to employ the this service.
check-off system in relation to Continental Telephone
the $2 dues deduction per advised the Minister in October
union member. 1973 that it would have to
take certain economy measures
Under terms of the two-year as a result of his refusal and
agreement, retroactive pay was half all capital investments in
to have gone to employees the Grand Bahama Telephone
from February, but the company.
company in fact paid Company.
company in fact paid Staff layoff would also be
non-union members from carried out, the Minister was
January. told. The G.B.T.C. claimed
A ruling by Deputy Chief that interest rates payable to
Industrial Officer C.H. finance the company were
Turiquest called on both higher than its present rate of
parties to show more respect return from the service.
and courtesy to each other G.B.T.C. has re-applied to
"and to iron out, whatever the Ministry of Transport for a
differences may occur, in a rate increase.

Manager elected


to society

MR. COLIN Tatem has been
elected to membership in The
British Society of Commerce.
Notification of his election was
recently received from the
president of the Society, the
Rt. Hon. Lord Meston,
F.B.S.C.
Mr. Tatem is credit and
insurance manager with the
Bahamas division of Princess
Properties International. He
prepared for final examinations
of the Society through The
Rapid Results College,
London.
Mr. Tatem is a former r.ws
editor of The Freeport News
and once was a columnist for
The Nassau Guardian. He has
also served as a customs officer,
divisional manager with E. H.
Mundy & Co. (Bahamas) Ltd.,
Grand Bahama representative
for the Dominion Life
Assurance Company and
director of public relations for
Princess Hotels, Bahamas.


COLIN TATEM
The 32-year-old Mr. Tatem
began his business career while
still a schoolboy at St. John's
College, Nassau, when he
worked part-time for the late
Sir George Roberts.
He is the son of Mrs. Helen
Anne Russell of Soldier Road.
Mr. Tatem is married to the
former Brenda Allison Turner
of Mandeville, Jamaica. They
have two sons, Colin Jr. and
Christopher Arthur.


THE BAHAMAS has been
selected as the site for the first
Caribbean area branch of Pilot
Club International, one of the
five international classified
service organizations for
business and professional
women.
Mrs. Barbi Hoefling was
elected president of the
23-member Nassau branch at
its initial meeting held at the
Sonesta Beach Hotel.
Wednesday evening. Other
officers named were: Mrs.
Veronica Adderley,
vice-president; Miss Lorraine
Onderdonk, treasurer, and Mrs.
Cora Carey, secretary.
Elected to serve as
directors were: Mrs. Gwen
Kelly, Mrs. Nicki Kelly and
Mrs. Sylvia Cole-Tierney.
Pilot is an international
service organization for women
similar in structure to Rotary,
Kiwanis, Lions, etc.
Members of the 53-year-old
club are chosen from
executive, business -ad
professional women and the
club's clasification rUab.
nents assure a cro swotion of
all interests.


The primary aim of Pilot
International is srevice to the
community and world-wide
human advancement.
Organized in 1921, the club
was named for the intrepid
river boat pilots. The
organization now has over
17,500 members in more than
550 clubs located in the United
States (including Hawaii)
Bermuda, Canada, England,
France and Japan.

Strike threat

NEW YORK (AP) A strike
by 17,000 American Airlines
employees has been averted by
a last-minute tentative
agreement on new labour
contracts.


Friends bid to brighten blind Lucy' dark future


LUCAS C.A.V. GIRLING


& oWDESWEL NAL S.


DOWI)DESWELL ST. PHONm


By NICKI KELLY


BAHAMAS VENUE

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Communists
LUXEMBOURG Early
trends in the Luxembourg
general election showed a
surprising 10 per cent loss for
the ruling Christian Democrat
Party and pointed to a severe
defeat for the Communist
Party.
The Liberals, who have ruled
with the Christian Democrats
for more than 5 years,
appeared to make 5 to 6 per
cent gains. Opposition
socialists also looked like
advancing 5 per cent.
the Communist votes
looked likely to be halved as
206,000 citizens over 18 years
of age voted Sunday in
compulsory elections to renew
the single Parliament house.
The outgoing Parliament
included 21 Christian
Democrats, 18 Socialists, 11
l.ibcrls and 6 Communists.
T1he biggest surprise was the
likely setback of the Christian
r .iocrat Party.
It confirmed, it would mean
their going into opposition to a
centre-left government of
Socialists and Liberals.
The first time vote of about
13,000 citizens aged from 18
to 21 seemed to mark a hard
blow for the Conservative
Christian Democrat Party and
the Stalinist Communist Party
the only one in the west to
have approved the Soviet
invasion of Czechoslovakia in
1968.


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included work
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TROOPS



MOVE IN
BELFAST British troops took over Northern Ireland's two
major oil depots and a score of filling stations today in the
government's first major move to break a 13-day strike by
Protestant militants that has paralyzed the province.
Military sources reported an estimated 500 soldiers moved into
the installations soon after dawn despite warnings from the Ulster
Workers Council, the group masterminding the shutdown, that an
army takeover would escalate the strike.
Army headquarters reported no resistance when the troops
moved in on the gas stations, the big Sydenham oil complex in
Belfast harbour and another depot in Londonderry.
But Secretary for Northern Ireland Merlyn Rees acknowledged
the move could lead to a bloody confrontation with the
extremists.
Troops leaped from armoured vehicles to string thick coils of
barbed wire around the gas stations. Armoured vehicles covered
the operation.
The Protestant militants retaliated by erecting some barricades
in East Belfast and several country areas. No violence was
reported but militant sources said they soon would be throwing
up roadblocks throughout the province.
The army operation followed mounting pressure by the Roman
Catholic partners of Northern Ireland's fragile coalition
administration, in grave danger of collapsing because of the strike.


Later, militant Protestant
leaders called for a major
escalation of the strike,
including a total power
blackout, in retaliation for the
decision to use troops to take
over oil depots and filling
stations.
The Ulster Workers Council,
which organized the crippling
strike, urged all workers to
refuse to perform even the
essential services which had
previously been maintained
through the strike. (AP)


JONATHAN VISIT
VISITING Prime Minister
Leabau Jonathan of Lesotho
defended his assumption of
power in his African country
during a stopover in Barbados
on his current Caribbean tour.
Questioned about critics
who term his African regime
"repressive and undemocratic"
Jonathan said he nullified the
1970 elections only after it
proved to be a "farce"' on
account of opposition tactics.


Building collapse:

death toll mounts


KUWAIT Rescue teams
today dug five more bodies
from the dusty rubble of a


six-storey unfinished building
:n was extremely that collapsed in the heart of
peaceful country Kuwait city Sunday, raising the
)yment and high known death toll to 12,
ving. Top issues authorities reported.
ers' participation Police said a hole was
ed companies, punched into what was the
abortion. divorce,, third storey of the $15 million
hough moderate, construction and 12 other
bodies, seen inside were
presumed dead.
"No one stirred as we
shouted to them through
MIN MAX bullhorns," said one policeman
64 79 clear on the scene. "We expect to
57 75 sunny reach them by nightfall."
46 68 cloudy The structure, which still
54 70 sunny was to rise six more floors,
50 5 rain collapsed before sunrise
57 68 sunny
50 66 clear Sunday, while workers
39 77 sunny prepared for breakfast. Seven
39 57 overcast bodies were excavated by
54 67 5 nn midnight Sunday.
5s' 83 clear Police said between 18 and


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84 cloudy
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77 clear
88 sunny
63 rain
85 rain
58 cloudy
62 sunny
79 sunny
90 clear
81 clear
88 rain
90 cloudy
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25 were believed to be under
the rubble in addition to the
five bodies excavated Monday
and the 12 others spotted
motionless.
But a Syrian worker brought
out alive Monday told
reporters 30 syrian workers
trapped with him in the fifth
floor alone still were missing.
"I found none of them
among those already in the
morgue," Eid Shaker Saleh, 22,
said.
Describing the collapse, one
of the survivors said: "I had
gone out of the building to buy
bread and cheese for breakfast.
"Suddenly I heard the
shattering sound. I ran back
and saw what happened. I
could not believe my eyes. The
big building was no more there.
It became a heap of rubble."
Kuwait's Interior and
Defence Minister Sheikh Saad
Abdullah supervised the rescue
operations.


Control spending-Simon


WASHINGTON -- Treasury
Secretary William Simon says
the government should aim
toward a balanced budget in
1976 as a key to controlling
what he called, the nation's
"totally unacceptable" inflation
rate.
In an interview with the


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Associated Press, Simon said
inflation can't be contained in
the long run unless there is
control over government
spending.
He adds the federal budget
has been in deficit for 14 of
the last 15 years and Simon
said the U.S. must stop
spending more than it takes in.
Meanwhile, the chairman of
the Federal Energy Board,
Arthur Burns, says continued
inflation at the present rate
could place the future of this
country in jeopardy.
Burns told graduating
students at Illinois College in
Jacksonville, Illinois yesterday,
inflation continued at the
present rate would threaten the
very foundations of U.S.
society. (AP)


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COLUMNIST Stewart
Alsop, who had been
suffering from leukemia, died
Sunday at the age of 60 at a
hospital in Bethesda,
Maryland, where he was
undergoing treatment for
cancer of the bone marrow.
Alsop had been a
columnist since 1968. He was
contributing editor and then
Washington editor of the
Saturday Evening Post
between 1958 and 1968.

AT LEAST 10 Ugandan
military officers were killed
in a barracks shootout
between two rival groups of
officers.
The sources, relaying
accounts from eyewitnesses
in Uganda, said fighting broke
out last. Wednesday at
Entebbe air force
headquarters. Both groups
were opposed to President Idi
Amin but disagree over tribal
and regional issues,
the sources said.


AUSTRALIA'S blue-eyed
Susan Currie, 20, was
crowned Miss Asia 1974 after
a close contest in Manila with
talented Miss Ethel Lau of
Hong Kong who had to settle
for first runner-up honours.
The honey-blonde girl
from Brisbane, Queensland, is
a television weather fore-
caster.


NEWSMEN ended their
Il-day-old strike against
Reuters News Agency Sunday
by ratifying a new contract
that gives them a $43 weekly
pay boost spread over three
years and a cost-of-living
escalator clause.
Members of the Newspaper
Guild of New York, which
represents 149 unionized
employees of the
British-based agency in the
United States, walked off the
job May 16 in a demand for
the cost of living escalator.


POLICE said three-year-old
Stacy Holloway was in bed
next to the window of her
Manhattan apartment early
Sunday when she apparently
turned in her sleep and fell
out, plunging 10 stories to
her death.

THE UNITED States will
withdraw its last
unauthorized military
personnel from Laos "some
time this week," ending one
of the major chapters of
American military
involvement in this country.

INDIA'S militant rail
unions today called off their
20-day-old strike in a major
victory for Prime Minister
Indira Gandhi.
Officials of the Action
Committee representing the
striking unions said Mrs.
Glandhi's government had
granted no concessions and
that the walkout was ended
unilaterally.


Nixon left with hard-core, says poll


NEW YORK Time magazine Yankelovich,
reported that a "hard-core" of 38 per loyalists today
cent of Americans want President Nixon 50 years of
to stay in office, college, to b
The magazine said in its issue that will live in the soi
appear next week that this compared "The Nix<
with 60 per cent last August. have since
The sizeable minority who want him to almost entire
stay, Time said, "is solidifying into a college and hi
loyalist bastion that is supporting him
with growing determination." Time said
"Americans are becoming increasingly only 14 per
polarized," the magazine went on, "with though he w
53 per cent wanting Nixon out of office per cent of t
and 38 per cent wanting him to stay." nearly two-ti
Time said the poll, conducted in early thought the
May among 771 people by Daniel the President
110 11 1 1111 I


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into final i
DAMASCUS U.S. Secretary of State head
Henry Kissinger held a round of final talks 31-day
today with Syrian President Hafez Assad on a The
disengagement in the Golan Heights. There was AsiadJ
no immediate word on the outcome. a thir
Americ
Kissinger was to shuttle back to Israel Sisco,
tonight just about when Soviet Foreign Carlyle
Minister Andrei Gromyko arrives here and Depart


New tape riddle


in hunt for


Patty Hearst


LOS ANGELES The
search for Patricia Hearst and
William and Emily Harris
continued today as authorities
puzzled over a tape recording
with a voice alleged to be that
of a woman field marshal in
the Symbionese Liberation
Army.
The new tape.recording was
received late Saturday by radio
station KPFA of Berkeley. It
carried the voices of a woman
claiming to be a general field
marshal of the terrorist SLA
and a man who said he was the
Minister of Clutural Affairs for
the black liberation army.
An FBI spokesman said
Sunday his office has no
evidence of other radical
groups aiding the SLA,
believed to be a small group of
about 20 to 25 members. But
he said: "Any fugitive tries to
connect up with people who
are friendly to him."
The woman, who identified
herself as "general field
marshal Cabrella of the
federated forces of the
Symbionese Liberation army"
said her message was intended
for Miss Hearst and the
Harrises:
"If you have not received
our message through proper
channels, I say to you,
'regroup, regroup, do nothing
in haste we will unite in
time."
The woman announced
formation of a coalition, the
United People's Liberation
Army. She said she was a war
council member of the group
and was authorized to speak on
its behalf.
"This united front of urban
guerilla organizations was
forged out of an emergency
meeting after the events in Los


Inc., showed that "Nixon
ly are more likely to be over
age, not to have gone to
e blue collar workers and to
uth.
onites of last August, who
deserted the President, are
ly under 35, have attended
iod white-collar jobs."
that, among pro-Nixonites,
Scent felt he has acted as
ere above the law while 78
he anti-Nixonites felt he has;
hirds of the Nixon loyalists
news media have victimized
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Angeles last week," she said.
She apparently referred to
the shootout May 17 between
police and SLA members
which left six SLA members
dead, including the terrorist
leader, Donald David "Cinque"
Defreeze.
The FBI agent in charge of
the Hearst case, Charles Bates,
said he had never heard of the
United People's Liberation
Army.
"From what I know about
the tape, it doesn't appear to
come from Patricia Hearst or
the Harrises."
The other- person on the
tape identified himself as
Thunga Abdul Asad the
Minister of Cultural Affairs of
the Black Liberation Army
(BLA).
He said that because of the
Los Angeles shootout, the
group has decided that no
more than three members
would occupy one location at
any time.
"Six soldiers are too many
comrades to lose in one
attack." (AP)
NAMBIA MEETING
THE NEXT meeting of the
Council of Namibia will be
held in Georgetown to coincide
with the second anniversary
ol the Guyana meeting of
foreign ministers of
"nonaligned" nations, ac-
cording. to an announcement
by Guyana Prime Minister
Forbes Burnham.
OIL TALKS
TWO SHELL oil officials
have returned to Caracas from
Port of Spain after preliminary
talks on Trinidad's proposed
take-over of the company's
assets in that island nation.


Britain 'shelving plans


to seize North Sea oil'
LONDON Britain's Labour Government is quietly shelving plans to seize a controlling interest
in North Sea oil, The Sunday Times newspaper said. James Margach, the paper's well informed
political correspondent, said the government is now thinking of increasing its holdings up to a
maximum of 50 per cent in companies operating in the North Sea.
Earlier, the Labour party's
left wing had been pressing the
government to go all the way
and nationalize a 100 per cent
takeover of these operations.
Prime Minister Harold
Wilson's government
campaigned in February on a
plank of increasing state e ecutive prin
participation in the North Sea
oil industry. The pledge was
left deliberately vague as to ANNUAL
whether the takeover would be'
a majority interest. ? PO5 'i/
Former Conservative Prime C
Minister Edward Heath argued \ Of
that nationalization would be a TO
disaster. Heath said a British vO
takeover of American interests NAOPOU N ,
in the North S-a would invite CO ,rS
retaliation perhaps an
American takeover of British O/
petroleum interests in Alaska. ''L P LED


Heath also noted that the
technology of off-shore drilling
now in use was developed by
American companies. He said
U.S. oil firms would be
discouraged from exploring in
the North Sea if the British
government threatened to
confiscate future profits.
Britain expects to produce 3
million barrels of oil a day
from the North Sea by 1980.


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"He has no plans t
to Damascus," said
Anderson, a spokesr
Kissinger.
Asked whether
accomplished a separa
Syrian and Israeli
Anderson replied: "I
going to say anything
the discussions at all."
In Israel, Kissinger v
with Prime Minister G
and other leaders
caretaker government
remain overnight in Je
before his long flight hi
He had planned to
Cairo to talk with I
President Anwar Sad
possibly in Bonn and
Anderson declined
newsmen whether I
would keep to that i
schedule.
Today's final meetii
Assad were marked
official Syrian st
charging Kissinger
injecting the issi
Palestinian guerrillas in
deliberations.
Kissinger was adv
address his concern
guerrilla leadership.
The statement s;
Syrians were not pre:
discuss the guerrilla issi
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'difficult points," r
for discussion. (AP)


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foreign relations would suffer if the
President left office.
Only 35 per cent of those who want
Nixon to go felt foreign policy would
suffer and only 14 per cent of them
thought the media have victimized the
President.
Time said the Nixon loyalists base their
defence of the President of three points:
A feeling that not the president but his
associates are to blame for Nixon's
troubles;
A view that politics is a dirty game;
A conviction that the President has the
right to bend the law and even break it
if he acts in the best interests of the
country. (AP)


CHIRAC

NAMED

FRENCH

PREMIER
ding his PARIS President Valery
Giscard d'Estaing today named
ne with Jacques Chirac, a dissident
,heduled Gaullist, as premier.
iree top The appointment of the
Joseph 41-year-old Chirac -- an ardent
rton and French nationalist who was
ie state instrumental in helping Giscard
d'Estaing to power came as
o return no surprise. He had served as
Robert Agriculture and Interior
an for Minister under President
Georges Pompidou.
iir It was seen as an indication
action of that Giscard d'Estaing would
orces continue traditional Gaullist
am not foreign policies while taking his
g about distance from the old guard of
the Gaullist party which is still
ill meet the largest group in the
SMirnational assembly.
odi Meir Giscard d'Estaing announced
in her
nt and Chirac's appointment five
erusalem hours after he formally took
office as the 20th President of
stop in the French Republic, ending
E tian 16 years of uninterrupted
Egyptiand Gaullist rule.
ndon Chirac defied the old guard's
London.
to tell choice of former Premier
Kissinger Jacques Chaban-Delmas as
t enttiver official Gaullist presidential
candidate and drummed up
ngs with dissident Gaullist support for
S Giscard d'Estaing during the
by an election campaign. (AP)
statement
with
ue of ELLINGTON CLUB
nto their MUSIC LOVERS and sport
fans in Trinidad have launched
tis to what they call the "Ellington
Sports and Cultural Club."
aid the Plans reportedly call for the
aid the excha
ared to exchange of youth sports
teams between Trinidad and
several the United States, Puerto Rico,
-emained Venezuela, Jamaica, Barbados
and Guyana. (AP)


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Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publiher/Editor 1903-1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972 -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publlher/Edltor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday


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Monday, May 27, 1974


EDITORIAL

The story of people


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
(This is the second article I am writing on the question of
population growth ... and immigration restrictions.)
UNTIL some time after the first world war America was wide
open. Millions of people poured into the country, especially from
Central Europe.
Up to this time there was only restraint on Oriental
immigration into the U.S. Both the U.S. and Australia were afraid
of what was then commonly described as the "Yellow Peril".
The U.S. openly discriminated against the entry of Orier.tal
people into the U.S. after California, in particular, had attracted
heavy migration from the East. New York also has a large China
Town. Japanese are to be found in California. This restriction
provoked the ill-will that led to the Japanese attack on Pearl
Harbour in the second world war.

Then the time came for the wholesale tightening up on
migration into the U.S. Quotas were established that sought white
migration, especially from Great Britain. The Englishman was
then considered the superman. He was welcomed everywhere.
Because of this tightening up by the U.S. other areas of the
world found it necessary to close their borders to unrestricted
immigration. The world was no longer tn open oyster. Soon it
was necessary to have a passport to travel anywhere.

It was an Exuma man who introduced immigration restrictions
to the Bahamas. This is an interesting human story.
R. J. Bowe married Mamie, the second daughter of my
grand-uncle Joseph Dupuch, one of the leading businessmen of
the island and a rnember of the House. When they were married
Uncle Joe built a f'r.c three-storey hou=e on Bay Street, near
Deveaux Street, and gave ii to them as a wedding present.
Uncle Joe's eldest daughter Eugenic had married a Frenchman
and they had gone to Sierra Leone with a French expedition.
There they branched out into their own business and became
immensely wealthy in the export trade, with offices in London
and Paris.
During a depressed period in Nassau R. J. and Mamie Bowe
went to Africa to join Eugenie's organization.
Africa was still the graveyard of foreign immigrants -
especially Europeans. Mr. Bowe contracted an Africa fever and
nearly died. His wife exhausted herself in nursing him back to
life. Then she went down with the fever and died.
Years later R. J. Bowe returned to Nassau with an English wife
and was elected to the House for his island of Exuma where the
Bowes were the largest land owners and virtually controlled the
lives of the people.
After one of R. J. Bowe's trips to England he returned to
Nassau full of the "Yellow Peril" propaganda. lie introduced a
Bill in the House establishing immigration control and giving the
government unrestricted discretion on who should be allowed to
come into the islands and who should be kept out. An
immigration Board was established and there was to be no appeal
from its decisions.
The Tribune opposed this provision in the Bill as being both
unfair and dangerous. But R. J. Bowe maintained that the people
who ruled the country at that time could be trusted to exercise
good judgment in handling immigration. And, of course, they all
agreed.
No one in the House at that time could dream that the time
might come when there would be people administering this Bill
whose unchallenged judgment could not be trusted in its
execution.
Anyway ... that's the way immigration restrictions were
introduced to Nassau.
There has never been any invasion of the "Yellow Peril" in the
Bahamas. The small Chinese population in the islands today are
among our finest citizens. They are wonderful people. But the
measure has actually protected us from a human flood from
overpopulated islands in the West Indies. And so it has served a
useful purpose, except for the unlimited powers it gives to
government, the abuse of which has almost wrecked the economy
under a P.L.P. government.

Great Britain was probably the last great nation in the world to
seal its doors tightly against unrestricted immigration.
Until a few years ago Britain was an open door for
Commonwealth immigratns. But the flow was so great
especially from Jamaica that the government found itself faced
for the first time with racial conflicts that the British people
didn't understand and the government was unable to handle.
And so the barriers went up in Britain too, thereby greatly
accentuating the population problem in islands like Jamaica and
Barbados.
The Bill has certainly been a useful instrument for Britain at a
time when hordes of Indians and Pakistanis are being run out of
Africa by today's black governments.

With the too rapid dissolution of the Briti, Empire as a result
of an immature American foreign policy Brit ,,, herself has gone
into deep decline and the Englishman is no longer regarded as the
superman.He is still in fact a remarkable human being but the
world no longer recognizes this fact.


Because of the economic decline in Britain this island kingdom
is now experiencing a great migratory movement.
Even before the Labour Government was recently returned to
power it was estimated that at least 300,000 young Englishmen
would migrate this year. The movement was principally to
Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa which had not
only always been an open door for English people but for years
these countries had offices in London that recruited British
immigrants.
Now all this has suddenly changed. Canada, Australia, New
Zealand and South Africa are now calling a halt to unrestricted
migration from England. As a result many English people are now
looking to Rhodesia as a possible alternative.

An interesting news story on this question was published in


EDITOR, The Tribune,
These are troubled times.
Troubled for the world and its
people as a whole.
The Bahamas, while sharing
this global trouble, has done
nothing to date that we
know about to promote or
support these conditions.
It is true that we have
problems. Most of our
problems are national,
promoted by international
conditions beyond the scope
and abilities of any of us to
subvert, impede or alter.
With our tiny problems, we
wish that this was otherwise.
Still not being satisfied with
mere wishing, we can help to
alleviate this suffering by using
ourselves and country, as an
example for good.
This would be a genuine
contribution that would not
only enhance our respect and
appreciation for ourselves and
country, but it could also serve
as a reflection that the rest of
the world would want to
mirror itself in.
These are high ideals. They
are none the less attainable
because of their height.
If man can reach the centre
of the earth and climb to the
moon. If man can dream and
believe in his dreams, and, in
the dreams of a dreamer larger
than himself, then nothing in
the universe of his imagination,
provided that it is a force for
good, is unattainable.
I believe this. I believe that
everyone, regardless of how
poorly they may behave or
how ignorant they may be
judged, are basically good.
I believe this as strongly as I
believe in the validity of my
own existence.
Presently, we are in a state
of flux. Most of these
frustrations are the result of
fore-mentioned conditions.
Some are using this state of
frustration and confusion to
organize. Sonie are doing this
for negative reasons ... that
appear valid to them. Still
others are organizing, but their
reasons are positive and for the
good.
It has been suggested in the
press recently that as a result
of the Jumbey Village
controversy, Edmund Moxey,
MP for the Coconut Grove
constituency, supported by
persons that support his views
with regard to the issues,
intends to march to Bay Street
sometime soon and stage a
demonstration in the front of
the Honourable House of
Assembly ... before innocent
tourists and possibly the
international press as well. This
disturbs me.
Now, it is being proposed
that a counter group ... one
that supports the other side of
the opinion on which Mr.
Moxey intends to demonstrate
...will also march on Bay
Street.
This can be a frightening,
sickening and sad situation
should these two groups come
face to face ... each believing
they are right ... and support
equally by this May heat.


The consequences from such
an encounter can be such, that
none of us. big or small black
or white, rich or poor, could
ever repay for such an
unfortunate occurrence
should one occur. This remains
true whether or not we live
forever and regardless as to
who is right or wrong.
We cannot afford this. The
country cannot afford this.
And. God knows, our love for
humanity should not support
it.
Life is a bift. Let us treasure
and guard it jealously. Not
from each other, but for the
glorification of the iver of
that life itself.
I should like t. ;avite Mr.
Moxey to call bKs tgr( up off this
march. I sho',ld l:k to extend
a similar invitation to the
organizers of the other group.


Please call it off! You might
both be right. You could both
be wrong. But then what is
right and what is wrong?
You can ask yourselves these
questions in the quietude of
your own hearts, or, you could
debate them in less hostile
environments.
I would venture to suggest
one of these lesser evils. Life is
so short. Forgetting is so long.
And please be mindful that it is
far cheaper to lose 'face' than
to lose life. We can all learn to
fast. to wait and to think
I invite you, both groups.
please rethink your decisions.
It is but a short walk that
you are planning. It can turn
out to be a long journey.
May God Bless Your Better
Judgments.
RUPERT MISSICK


CALL FOR FREEPORT

PRODUCE EXCHANGE
EDITOR, The Tribune,
Thank you Mr. Editor for allowing us space in your
valuable paper. We, the housewives of Freeport would like
to suggest that a Produce Exchange be introduced in
Freeport similar to the one in Nassau.
We see an ugent need for a Produce Exchange outlet in
view of the high costs and prices of the local farm products
being meted out to housewives in this Freeport
Community.
We feel, in view of the surplus amount of produce that is
spoilt in Nassau, this could easily be marketed in Freeport
at reasonable prices, subsequently helping our fellow
farmers in the Family Islands, as well as housewives in
Freeport.
We sincerely hope that Government would consider our
views in the hope that something will be done at their
earliest convenience.


LET'S BE COURTEOUS


EDITOR The Tribune,
I should like to make the
following appeal to the
street-travelling public for our
mutual benefit and tranquility:
(1) Do take off immediately
after the traffic light turns
green. This will help more of us
to cross before the change.
(2) Drivers do stop and let
pedestrains cross when they are
on the zebra-crossing. Police
give an eye please!
(3) Pedestrians when the
driver stops to let you cross on
the zebra-crossing do lift your
feet and walk briskly and not
deliberately drag yourself
across as a taunt. Some people
seem to find it most
convenient to stop and chat
while in the middle of the
cross-walk.
(4) When street lights are
out we all should halt (correct
me if I am wrong) at the light
and make first hand
on-the-spot arrangements
proceeding cautiously
thereafter and
(5) Drivers let's not splash
mud and/or water on


The Daily Telegraph of April 3rd.
"As applications from fed-up Britons wishing to immigrate
flood in at double the rate of last year," the story by Hugh Davis
reports. "Australia has decided to follow New Zealand in
introducing a visa system. It will take effect on July Ist."
Canada and South Africa have also experienced a great
upsurge in the number of applications from would-be immigrants
from Britain and they are also tightening up immigration
restrictions but the American embassy in London reports it has
noticed no "appreciable change".
The Diplomatic Correspondent of The Telegraph reported that
Prime Minister Wilson had written a letter to Mr. Kirk, New
Zealand's Prime Minister, expressing regret at the new curb on
migration from Britain. But he added that Britain too had been
obliged to establish immigration curbs "we would dearly have
loved to avoid".
The Telegraph story surmises that this reference was "to the
Immigration Act of 1971, which offended New Zealanders by
making them queue for entry into Britain, despite the special
concession to those with patriall status".
In an editorial The Telegraph traced the history of the
migratory movement in the world.
It was described as art ambition among British youth to "fill
out empty spaces" and to "build a country".
At that time this was a "white world" and there were plenty
"empty spaces" everywhere for white immigrants. But even the
white world is noe becoming severely contracted ... and it will not
be long before we will all become "shut-ins", restricted to playing
in our own backyards.
Fortunately the Bahamas has a small population and an
economy that has brought great prosperity to our islands.
But the government must never lose sight of the fact that, even
with our small population, the islands have passed through long
periods of great poverty, brightened, only by the fact that during
these periods the pressure was relieved by unrestricted migration
to the U.S. and Canada.
That outlet has now been closed ... and so we had better be
careful not to "kill the goose that lays the golden egg".
******* **..
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
All, all who have suffered and won.
Who have struggled and failed and died,
Am I, with work still undone,
And a spear-mark in my side.
EDWARD TERRY


pedestrians if at all possible as
we drive.
Thank you for your
co-operation.

JOEL R. C. KNOWLES


Soviets guide Palestinian


'Please don't march on


Bay Street'says Missick


have learned that quantities of
arms from Russia for the Jibril
organization are being shipped
through Poland, where Jibril
has a resident "transport
officer" on Polish ships making
trips to the Syrian port of
Klatakia.
fhiL agent. Abu Omar, has
also made regular trips to East
Germany as well as a few visits
to Western Europe.
It may have been through
these latter movements that
Western security officials
received a warning that
Palestine guerrillas had sent an
advance "commando" to
France to study the possibility
of making a spectacular attack
on one of the presidential
election candidates.
Since the war, anxious
French security personnel have
been busy taking radio and TV


By ANTHONY TERRY
PARIS, MAY 20 Soviet
"action groups" of KGB
(secret police) officials are
training and equipping
Palestine terrorists who have
now set up supply bases in
Eastern Europe.
Last week. security officials
in France and Germany were
given details of KGB
operations in support of the
Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine
(General Command) which was
responsible for the Kiryat
Shmona massacre in northern
Israel a month ago. It was a
rival group, the Popular
Democratic Front for the
Liberation of Palestine, led by
Nayef Hawatielh, which
claimed les.tpoin'l ljbilV for last
week's Ma'alot massacre.
PFLA (GC) training camps
have been set up in the Soviet
Union, and Russian-made arms.
ranging from machinceguns
and revolvers to hand grenades
and sophisticated and
electronic range-finders, have
been provided.
The PFLP (GC) is led by
Ahmed Jibril, a Palestine-born
former Syrian army officer and
demolition expert. The
Russians have been quietly
sponsoring Jibril's group
through KGB offices stationed
in Soviet embassies in Jordan,
Syria and Lebanon. Ilis tirst
high-level Russian contact was
Alexander Morozov, who was
attached to the Soviet embassy
in Animan. Morozov formed
the first KGB "action group"
to send Palestinian commandos
to Russia for guerrilla warfare
training.
Morozov was moved from
Amman last year, and Russian
control of Jibril's terrorist
group was taken over by the
assistant military attache in
Beirut, Yuri Starchinov, who
gets his orders from Soviet
Amihassador Savar Az.ilmov.
Jib-il's group Ii is its
Luropean lheadquarteCci in an
apartment in one ot the poorer
.ruhurt's ',..t rie uipgarma; .
capital, Sotia. Nearby is an
arms depot where Jibril's men
made their first series of letter
bombs and booby-trap parcels
used against foreign diplomats
and international airlines two
years ago.
There are additional bases in
Poland and Last (ermany.
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The Tribune -- Monday, May 27, 1974
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It's a long, long way to the top


BAHAMAS RACING
COMMISSION

NOTICE
There are still a considerable number of
horses on the race track premises, some in
very poor condition.

The Racing Commission is concerned about
the cruelty to the animals which is arising
from neglect.

The horse owners are requested to move all
the horses from the track premises before
May 31st. and to arrange proper care for the
horses.
Owners who fail to do so face the possibility
of a strong penalty from the Racing
Commission.

Sgnd. BAHAMAS RACING COMMISSION.


SPAIN
ON THE

ESPLANADE
El Greco, Nassau's newest
hotel opened on Saturday
and features 26 rooms, a
gourmet restaurant and pool.
The hotel is of Spanish style,
centrally airconditioned and
faces the Western Esplanade
beach on West Bay Street. It
is within walking distance
from downtown. The hotel is
owned and managed by Nick
Pikramenos, a well-known
restaurateur. Bahamas Tourist
News Bureau Photo by Fred
Maura.
Sold out


ALL reserved seats in the
balcony for the world premiere
of Sidney Poitier's new film
"Uptown Saturday Night"
have been sold, it was
announced Saturday. Tickets
went on sale Friday. But a


NEW YORK It's a lon
climb from busboy to manager
on the ladder of uccems in the
hotel industry. But Hilbert
Richards, a 32-year-old
Bahamian now studying at a
hotel professional school here,
is on the way.
Richards, from the tiny
community of Green Castle on
Eleuthera, started as a busboy
at the Nassau Beach Hotel in
the 1950's. A few years later,
he progressed to houseman at
the Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel.
After this initial training in
the resort hotel business,
Richards returned to his native
island where he worked his
way up to a waiter's position at
the Cotton Bay Club in Rock
Sound. During 11 years there,
he advanced to table captain,
then to maitre d'.
Among the celebrities
Richards had the distinction of
serving at the Cotton Bay Club
were Richard Nixon (after his
Vice Presidential term), then
Congressman Gerald Ford,
Senator Stuart Symington,
Princess Lee Radziwill and
comedian Danny Kaye.
In the last two years the
affable Richards has part-


icipated in programmes to
further broaden his insight into
the complexities of hotel
operations. The first schooling
took him all the way to Bad
Hofgastein, Austria, and the
posh Palace Hotel. During his
three months' on-the-job
apprenticeship there, he
received training in a broad
range of managerial and
supervisory positions.
Returning to the Bahamas,
Richards went into residence at
the Nassau Beach Hotel, where
his training continued under
the sponsorship of the
government. The common-
wealth actively encourages
entry of Bahamians into the
hotel and resort industry not
only for immediate
employment opportunities, but
for gaining experience for
advancement to top positions.
Richards is currently
attending the New York Hotel
and Motel School in
Manhattan. His course of
study, which began in late


January, has included courses
in auditing, bookkeeping,
dietetics, wine, reservations,
building facilities, advertising
and publicity, law, and
tourism. Completion of the
five-day-a-week course comes
late in May, when Richards will
pack his bags again and head
back to the azure waters and
palm-fringed beaches of
Eleuthera. His wife and family
will welcome him home again.
Although more schooling in
hotel management and more


Hllbert Richards (left), 32
year-old Eleutheran, who is
training for the hotel
industry, visited with Stu
Hall, manager of the New
York Bahamas Tourist Office
recently.
working experience is
scheduled for him in the
Bahamas and elsewhere,
Richards is determined that
when he eventually attains his
goal of managing a hotel his
wandering days will be over
and he'll head a resort inn in
his native land.


Award for Inn maid


A Beach Inn maid for over
five years, Beulah Lloyd was
recently chosen as 'Employee
of the Month' at Paradise
Island Ltd.
The mother of three boys
and a native of Exuma, Ms.
Lloyd lives on Soldier Road.
Before venturing into
the hotel industry, Ms. Lloyd
was a straw worker for many
years. However she worked
at home and soon decided


that she wanted a change of
pace. "But I haven't left
straw work completely," she
comments. "in the evenings,
after work, I always take the
take to sew several straw
hand bags."
Ms. Lloyd is pictured as
she receives 'Employee of the
Month' cheque from Beach
Inn Manager, Laverne
Lockhart.


THE FIRST STEP


When baby takes his first step, it's not
too soon for you to think about his
future. And that first step towards
establishing an education fund can be
difficult. Unless you let us help you.

We'll show you how to save, so little
Billy (or Barbara!) can become a
teacher, a lawyer, a doctor, an
engineer-the career best suited to his
abilities and the development of the
Bahamas . .


Come in and talk to us.


At FinCo, we can make that first step


-weekends slated here


for 900 travel agents

Two hundred top travel
agents from Boston,
Washington, Dallas and Canada
will arrive here on May 29 for
the first of four familiarization
programmes under the title:
"Hi Neighbour."

An invitation sent to travel
agents throughout North
M K America stated, "Come and see
us. We're just 35 minutes off
the coast of Florida. Since we
are really as close as
neighbours, and that's
important nowadays, we'd like
Y to acquaint you with as much
LN 4Y as we can in a few days about
the Bahamas."
The first Hi Neighbour
familiarization weekend ends
June 4. Other weekends will
begin June 12, September 18
and October 16.

The Hi Neighbour
programme is being sponsored
by the Ministry of Tourism,
the Nassau and Paradise Island
Promotion Board, the
SFreeport/Lucaya Tourist
Promotion Board, the Bahamas
Hotel Association, the Out
Island Association, and the
major airlines servicing the
Bahamas from North America.


While in Nassau the agents
will attend seminars, known as
Bahamas Teach-Ins, and visit
hotels and tourist attractions.
The last leg of each weekend
familiarization trip will include
a visit to Freeport where an
exciting programme will await
them.

While in the Bahamas the
agents will have an option of
visiting one of the out islands.
Travel agents coning to the
Bahamas next week will be
caught up in the first week of
Bahamas Goombay Summer
74 activities which opens on
June 1 with a grand ball at the
Paradise Island Hotel and
Villas.
The June Hi Neighbour
programme will bring to the
Bahamas 300 agents from
Chicago, Detroit and Canada.
The September portion will be
geared towards 200 agents
from Los Angeles and Atlanta.
The final programme in
October will attract more than
200 agents from New York and
Canada.


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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARY SMITH GILMOUR of
Sans Souc, Eastern District of New Providence. 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 twentyeight days from the 20th day of
May 1974 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship Ministry of Home Affairs. P. O. Box N3002.
Nassau.




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EAST STREET/BAY STREET PRIME AREA
FOR ALL CRUISE SHIP TRAFFIC.
AVAILABLE APRIL !st.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

RHCURRY & COe LTD.
PHONE 2-8681 7


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BIGELOW, MINNESOTA
-although her legs are
totally paralyzed and she has
only slight movement in her
arms, Bernis Jongetjes has
become the mother of two
healthy daughters.
When doctors at
Worthington Regional
hospital began to prepare for
the birth of Mrs. Jongetjes'
second child last winter, they
could find no record of
American quadriplegic who
had given birth.
In their research, Dr.
Edward Seisler and, Dr.
Kyoung Kit said tiey
received information from
the British Royal Society on
Medicine covering 19 cases of
quadriplegic who had
children. Only two bore more
than one child.
On Feb. 27, Mrs. Jongetjes


became a mother for the
second time, and now is at
home with daughters Dawn,
3, and Vicki, 2 months.
She can prepare the baby's
bottle and feed her. For more
complex chores, such as
changing a diaper, the baby's
grandmother can be
summoned by an intercom
system from her farm house
about 100 yards away.
Temporarily at least, baby
Vicki has her quarters on top
of a table, where her mother
can reach her. With' great
effort, Bernis can burp Vicki
and turn the child over on her
tabletop bed.
Mrs. Jongetjes was
paralyzed in 1970 when her
spinal cord was damaged in a
fall. Dawn was born four
months later at a navy
hospital in South Carolina.


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By Abigail Van Buren
lM* Mr cauM .sm,4. N. ewr nes., eM.
DEAR ABBY: Regarding "Normal girl" who wanted
to know why you replied, "avly" to the i1-yarw-d il
who w saving her virginity for her huasbnd, may I
comment
I am a male, 55, who has bee a sodal worked for i
years. I don't know how mature "Normal girl" coiders
henlf to be, but If [as clams] al that Is neegry
for a beautiful and guiltree xual relationship between a
guy and girl is that they "love" ch other, it's a wonder
were not all in bed by the time we are 13.
Childrm, by their own immature standards, start "fa-
ing in love" very early in their live. What keeps most
young girls from going all the way Is respect for the stand-
ards of their parents, teachers, and community.
CLEVELANDER
DEAR CLEVELANDER: As I view I. el equal Imper.
tanse to respect for the standards of e's parents, teach-
ers and community is respect for em's se. Bt aecordinm
It my mall, what keeps most yeoug girt from going all t
way ib fear of pregnancy, fear of V.D., and fear that the
bey might tell a few dean of his elsest friends-end ia
that order.

DEAR ABBY: Norton's wife, who complained that
Norton never opened his mouth in company, and conse-
quently everybody thought he was unfriendly or mad, re-
minded me of a cousin of mine. Her husband also was a
very quiet man, but it was beautiful to watch her draw him
into the conversation by saying, "Larry, why don't you tell
the folks about the night watchman who found the cat
locked in the office?"
That gave Larry a chance to talk without making him
feel self-conscious. I've always admired my cousin for the
consideration she showed for her quiet husband.
KISSIN' COUSIN
DEAR COUSIN: She deserves to be kissed. The world
could use more wives like her, and fewer wives who make
a practice of interrupting their husbands to finish a story
he's telling.

DEAR ABBY: The mother who labeled her son and his
wife "selfish" because they were denying her the pleasure
of being I grandparent should have applied that label to
herself. She apparently wants them to add to an already
overcrowded world, regardless of their feelings, simply for
her own selfish pleasure.
While the Bible does say, "Go forth and multiply," a
more timely quotation is, "Thou hast multiplied the nation
and not increased the joy" [Isaiah 9:3].
The last thing the world needs is children whose par-
ents were high-pressured into such a serious and perma-
nent decision. There should be a national organization to
assist parents who are being pressured to have children,
and to inform those well-intentioned but misguided people
who try to make couples feel guilty or abnormal for re-
ainng childless. FOR POPULATION CONTROL
DEAR FOR: Would you believe there s such an organisa-
tion? It's the National Organization for Non-Parents: sis
Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 1022.
DEAR ABBY: I am 14. My mother remarried two years
ago. The problem is that before she remarried, she used to
spend all her time with me and my little brother. As soon
as she remarried she started spending all her spare time
with him.
She is always sending us to the movies, park, etc. just to
get us out of the house e she can be alone with him. My
younger brother doesn't realize it, but our mother buys us
things to make up for it. [Her shutting us out.]
Do you think I should have a talk with her and explain
how I feel? I don't have anybody to tell my troubles to.
Please help me. I feel so alone. SHUT OUT
DEAR SHUT: Yes. Tell your mother how you feel. It will
open the door to conversation and give your mother an
epportusty to tell you how she feels, too. Instead of resent-
g the time your mother spends with her new husband,
you should be glad s ha found some with whom she
s so obviously empatible. If she's actually eglecting y
and your brother, she may not realise It a you speak up.
DEAR ABBY: In response to the mother of an llth
grader who is upee about the four-letter words in the books



Arrived today: Grand Turk,
Bermuda from Miami; Joma

Sfor Miami; Joma for
Jacksonville
Arriving tomorrow: Bahama
Star, Emerald Seas, Flavia from
19 Miami.
TIDES


High 12:21 a.m.
Low 6:00 a.m.
p.m.
WEATHER


and 6:26


Wind: South to
southwesterly 8 to 15 m.p.h.
Weather: Mainly fair, except
for isolated showers
Sea: Smooth to slight
Temp: Min. tonight 74
Max. tomorrow 88
SUN
Rises 5:21..m.
Sets 6:53 p.m.
MOON
Rises 1: 14 a.m.
'BOATNICKS' FILM
The A.C.W. of Christ Church
Cathedral will show the Walt
Disney's movie the
"Bostnicks" on Tuesday, May
28 at the church hall, George
Street.


is rule for


D~an~a%-


NOTICE


BARCLAYS BANK
INTERNATIONAL LTD.


announces the temporary suspension of its
Robinson Road Branch service from Wednesday
29th May 1974 whilst interior reconstruction takes
place. We regret the temporary inconvenience to
our customers and will restore a full banking
service as soon as work is completed.

Effective May 29th our Robinson Road customers
are requested to use the services of our Palmdale
Branch.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
OF THE BAHAMA ISLANDS
Equity Side


NOTICE
THE QUIETING TITLES ACT 1959


1974
No. 22


wruo


The Petition of Conch Inn Restaurant' arf
Marina Limited a company incorporated under the
laws of the Bahama Islands and having its
Registered Office in the City of Nassau, in respect
of:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land
containing 22,295 square feet situate in the
Settlement of Marsh Harbour in the Island of
Great Abaco one of the Bahama Islands and
bounded Northwardly by the Sea and running
thereon Four Hundred and Ten (410f) feet more
or less Eastwardly by land the property of the
Petitioner and running thereon Fifty-four feet
and Thirty-seven hundredths (54.37) of a foot
Southwardly by the Public Road and running
thereon Three Hundred and Seventy (370) feet
more or less and Westwardly by the Sea and
running thereon Eighty-four feet and Ninety-two
hundredths (84.92) of a foot more or less which
said parcel of land has such position shape
boundaries marks and dimensions as are shown
on the plan or diagram filed in this matter and is
delineated on that part of the said plan or
diagram which is coloured Pink.
Conch Inn Restaurant and Marina Limited
claims to be the owner in fee simple in possession
of the land hereinbefore described and has made
application to the Supreme Court of the Bahama
Islands under Section 3 of The Quieting Titles Act
1959 to have its title to the said land investigated
and the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted by
the Court in accordance with the provisions of the
Act.
Copies of the Plan filed in this matter may be
inspected during normal office hours at the
following places:-
(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court, Public
Square, City of Nassau, Bahamas.
(b) The Chambers of Foster Clarke and or
Harrington H. Albury, Second Floor, Mas9nic
Temple Building, Bay Street, City of Nassau,
mtermas, Attorney for the Petitioner.
(c) The Commissioner's Office, The Public
Building, Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Bahama
Islands.
Notice is hereby given that any person having
dower or right to dower or an adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before 1st July 1974 file in the Supreme Court and
serve on the Petitioner or the undeqrimned a
statement of his claim lh the prescribed fom,.
verified- bb an Affidavit to be filed thre;I .
Failure of any stuh person to fie and Wfte a
statemei" t of his claimon or before 1st July I04
will opwrat a a bar ,tsytec claim.

OWM..CLARKL ".,
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Attoer r 'th fi t.


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SThew TrlbueM Monday, May 27,1974
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Prime Minister Lynden Pindling is pictured with top officials of the Canadian Imperial
Bank at a reception held on Wednesday at the East Hill Club to mark the official opening
of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Trust Company. From left are: Mr. Frank
Flanagan, who heads the, new trust company, Mr. Clifford J. Shirley, Vice President
(International Banking), Mr. Pindling, and Mr. J. D. Cockwell, Area Manager for Canadian
Imperial Bank.


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Complete confidence in the
Bahamas' continued growth as
a financial centre and tax
haven was expressed this week
by noted international banker
Clifford J. Shirley.

He was speaking following a
reception held on Wednesday
at the East Hill Club to mark
the official opening of the
Canadian Imperial Bank of
Commerce Trust Company.
Mr. Shirley is Canadian
Imperial's Vice President
(International Banking).
"We are continually
reviewing and expanding our
international operations," he
said, "With the continued
expansion of the
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas as a financial centre
and tax haven, it is necessary
that we establish a
wholly-owned subsidiary Trust
Company to provide those
financial services, including the
handling of trust business,
which are not normally
provided by our branch bank
operations.
"We look forward to


assisting in the continued
growth of the Bahamas, both
internally and as an
international financial centre,"
he added.
Among dignitaries attending
the reception were
Governor-General Sir Milo
Butler Prime Minister Lynden
O. Pindling and Deputy Prime
Minister and Minister of
Finance Arthur D. Hanna.
Also present were Mr. T.
Baswell Donaldson, Chairman
of the Bahamas Monetary
Authority and the Governor
designate of the Central Bank,
and Mr. William Allen Research
Manager of Authority.
In welcoming the new Trust
Company, Mr. Donaldson said:
"I am most happy to welcome
this new addition to our
financial community. We are
always happy to invite good
corporate citizens."
The new trust company,
which is located on Bay Street,
is a wholly owned subsidiary of
the Canadian Imperial Bank of
Commerce, Toronto, Canada.
It is headed by Mr. Frank
Flanagan, who has many years
experience in trust and
banking, both here and in
Canada.
Born in Galway, Ireland, Mr.
Flanagan was educated at the
University College, Dublin. He
came to the Bahamas in 1966.


Mr. Flanagan, whose hobbies
are golf and bridge, resides on
Eastern Road with his wife,
Sally, and two children,
Pauline and William.


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Barrett training two


years in Canada
A young Bahamian left Nassau this ekend with his family to spend two years in Canada,
seconded to the Montreal Trust Company fromTrust Corporation of Bahamas Limited (TCB). He
will be the second Bahamian TCB employee to undergo two years of on-the-job training with the
Montreal Trust Company.
Leaving Nassau this coming Mael Donal R. Kestr, Depnt
Sunday with his wife acke Chairman .and m aulin
Jacqueline, their son and twin Dirctor of TCB, offers bed
daughters is Edward D. G. bac wish to Edward Barrtt on
Barrett, widely known locally eve of his departure for two
as "Butch" Barrett, an athlete e years secondmint In Canada,
of distinction in cricket, IOm sam e further studies
soccer, softball, tennis and
golf. cou e He is enrolled for the
Institute of Bankers course
Dennis Mackey returned to 1964. and has already coinpletec
Nassau last week. Mr. Mackey, After 15 months with Principles of Law and Englis
in August of 1972 forra s la Barclay's Bank and short terms Language, Part I.
in August of 1972 for a similar-nof employment with Nassau
two yearsecondmentDairy Products and the Bnk "Sending Dennis Mackey
Mr. Mackey is enthusiastic of Nova Scotia, he became an and Edward Barrett away t
about his experience in article clerk in the cmbers Montre for furthertraining i
Canada. "I'm very pleased to of course only a small part o
have had the opportunity," he our continuing programme fo
says. "The wide variety of trust our Bahamian staff," sak
company matters I was Donald R. Kester, Deput]
exposed to in Canada should Chairman and Managing
give me a much sounder base Director of TCB.
for eventual advancement in "Aside from the overall
TCB than I would have had breadth of experience i
otherwise." two-year stay with Montrea
The Montreal Trust Trust will give these young
Company is one of the men there is a very specific
principal shareholders of the advantage to TCB in sending
RoyWest Banking Corporation them there," he continued.
Limited, of which TCB is a "You cannot expect
Bahamian born and brought
During his time with the up in the tax-free Bahamas, t<
Montreal Trust Company, Mr. have any conception of why
Mackey spent about 3 months foreigners bring their account
in each of six major DENNIS MACKEY to us to administer in a ta:
departments: audit, ac- shelter country. Two years in a
counting, guaranteed of Mr. Henry Bostwick, where tax environment like Canada
investments, securities, he read law for 3% years. should make them much more
mortgages and head office Deciding that his interests appreciative of the viewpoin
investments. lay more in the administration of our foreign clients than they
"Although I spent most of of law than its practice, he left might otherwise be," he said
my time in Montreal, I had a Mr. Bostwick in May, 1971 to
chance to see a good deal more become a TCB trainee trust
of Canada in the line of duty," officer. He joined the trust W hen it con
Mr. Mackey recalls. "I went as department in September of
far West as Calgary, Alberta as that year and was appointed Do
a member of an audit team, Assistant Trust Officer in itS Do
and to St. John's, January, 1973.
Newfoundland, which is about Although, like Mr. Mackey
as far East as you can go. I also he will move about within the ... in
went on an audit to Quebec Montreal Trust Company, the
City, which is a really scope of his experience will be call Jam es
interesting old place. You hear along somewhat different lines. c
very little English there. He will send time in the
While we were working in personal trust department, the
Calgary, we spent a weekend Canadian taxation department
up in Banff in the snow-capped and the estate Wlanning
Canadian Rockies. That's really department, as well as pursuing L DOWl'
strange scenery for a
Bahamian!
"I found Canadians in
general very friendly and
Montreal a very cosmopolitan
city. There are a lot of West
Indian immigrants there and I
made a lot of Canadian friends,
many of whom are bi-lingual.
My lack of French was no
drawback," he concluded.
Mr. Barrett, 20, is looking
forward to his two years in
Canada. Like Mr. Mackey, he
sees his secondment as an
opportunity to build a base of
experience to fit himself for
future responsibilities with
TCB.
He graduated from Ft
Government Hih School in


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.UCKY MAN, LUCKY GIRL!


BUT THAT'S the story of
e "Dating Game" one of
merican television's most
)pular gamesshows, where
e winners get to accompany
ch other on exciting
Iekend holidays such as
is one to the Sheraton
ritish Colonial Hotel in


The couple spent three
days of sun-worship,
fun-seeking and se.-bathing
delight at the downtown
resort, then headed back to
California to try for another
weekend!
They were congratulated
by the Sheraton's general


FREEPORT CATHOLIC BAZAAR, NOV. 16


THE Annual Catholic Bazaar
which traditionally is held on
ie third Saturday of
ovember, will be held this
atr nn November 16 A


ON
AT "


manager, John Greene, left,
on their good luck. Pictured
next to Mr. Greene are Donna
Mantoan, actress/singer from
Los Angeles; B.G. Fisher,
actor from Los Angeles; and
Theresa Andrews, Dating
Game chaperone on hand to
make certain that everything
stays ... well, on the up and
up!


Beauty Pageant


set next month '
THE MISS COMMONWEALTH
Bahamas Beauty Pageant will be held at
the Le Cabaret Theatre, Paradise Island
on June 30 at 8:30 p.m.
It will be held under the patronage
of the Minister of Home Affairs and the
Minister of Transport.
Prizes include a trip to London to the
Miss World Contest and a paid scholarship
to Bethune Cookman College.
There will be many other prizes and
each contestant will receive a gift, says
Mr. Ty Saunders of the pageant
committee. Entrants must be between the
ages of 17 and 26, and between 5'2" and
5'9" tall. Closing date for entrance is
June 3.
Applications may be obtained by
calling Miss Gardiner at 59703 or 27500;
Miss Rolle, 42697 or 23915; Miss
Cartwright, 32051 or 23915; or Mr. Ty
Saunders, 24818 or 77078.
The first entrant is Miss Madeana Laita
Turnquest, Miss Pepsi Cola.
Miss Turnquest, 18, measures
35-25-37, weighs 125 lbs. and is 5'4" tall.
Born in Nassau on May 27, 1955 she
has black hair and eyes. She is a secretary
and her hobbies are ballet, reading, sports
and singing.
Her ambition is to travel and gain the
invaluable knowledge and experience
offered by the world's people and their
cultures.
She was previously in the "Miss C. R.
Walker" contest..


preliminary meeting will be
held on Tuesday, May 28, at 8
p.m. On this occasion, Mr. Bill
Cherney, the retiring chairman,
will induct Jaffery Stewart as
his successor.
Bill Cherney emphasized
today the importance of an
early start, not only in getting
the general over-all plans
organized, but, more
specifically, the making of
articles for the inside booths.
The women of Freeport are
invited to assist with this
important project.


S"' ANGLICAN CHANGES
s 1 THE REV. Peter Grist has
been assigned to assist at St.
Margaret's parish, and the Rev.
Louis Dames has been
appointed priest-in-charge at
IELAD St. Patrick's parish in
Governor's Harbour,
Addington House announced
.Stwuay....


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"MARK" At 10:05 ONLY

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Now thru Friday Last Day Tuesday
Matinee Starts at 1:45 Continuous Showings
Evening 8:30 from 3:00
"THE CHINESE "
GODFATHER" PG. DEAF SMITH &
Wu Chin, Ting Pel JOHN' EARS" PG.
PLUS Anth-.iy Quinn
"VENGEANCE" PG. Franco Nero
Richard Harrison PLUS
PLUS Late Feature
Tuesday night. "TRADER HORN" PG.
'Phone 2-2534 Rod Taylor, Anne Hayward



NOW THRU FRIDAY
Matinee Continuous from 2:30, Evening &30
-'Phone 3-4666




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Estee Lauder girl atMademois ele


Estee Lauder girl atMademoiselle


MADEMOISELLE owner Norman Solomon
has a few last words with Carol Cash, who
leaves Nassau this week for the first of several
specialised training sessions designed to make
her an Estee Lauder cosmetics consultant.
Carol's course is to be held in Fort Lauderdale.
Carol came to b6 a promoter of Estee Lauder
products at Mademoiselle by a long but not


devious route. She came to the Bahamas
from Scotland in 1965, and stayed for a few
years. first at Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, where
she married a Bahamian and had two children.
Mr. Solomon conceded that Estee Lauder is
an expensive cosmetics line, but argued that
"no matter what the business may be, when
you buy the very best you pay a little more."


Wants US to drop trade barriers


THE U.S. was urged
Thursday to drop trade
barriers against the Bahamas
to end the "gross disparity"
that favours Florida in the
Florida-Bahamas balance of
trade.
Development Corporation
chairman Carlton E. Francis
termed the present trade
position "an almost one-way


street in Florida's direction,"
according to Miami Herald
financial writer Darrell
Eiland.
Mr. Francis, whom the
Herald mistakenly identified
as Minister of Development,
headed the Bahamas
delegation to the Governor's
Conference on World Trade
at the Four Ambassadors


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hotel on Miami Beach. Mr.
Francis addressed the group
Thursday.
He said that in 1972 the
Bahamas spent more than
$150 million in the U.S.
"As you can imagine," he
told the conference, "most of
this was spent in the state of
Florida for a variety of goods
and services. Although I do
not have the precise figures, I
am confident that the
corresponding value of total
exports (from the Bahamas to
Florida) is appreciably
lower."
He said this "gross
disparity" in trade must end.
"Unfortunately, those
countries which were
formerly governed under
colonial auspices have been
regarded for centuries as little
corners and clusters of plums
to be plucked at the will and
fancy of metropolitan
powers," he said.
In addition to a lowering
of trade barriers, Mr. Francis
urged U.S. investors to help
develop industry here.


Black magic raid
NAILhS Police arrested
19 persons in a downtown
Naples church last night after
they allegedly practised black
magic around a sarcophagus.
The police said they found
the 19, including three women,
singing around a 19th century
sarcophagus in the church.
Bones from the sarcophagus
were placed on the floor
around the altar and inside the
marble coffin was a crucifix
with chicken feathers around
Christ's head and a noose
around his neck, police said.
The 19 were charged with
violating a tomb, breaking into
a church and offending the
Catholic religion.

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Philippines

will host

Miss Universe
The first Lady of the
Philippines, Mrs. Imelda
Romualdez Marcos, is
supervising preparations for the
Miss Universe beauty pageant
in Manila on July 21.
The Philippines Department
of Tourism is training 200 girls.
ages 18-25, to serve as
usherettes and receptionsits
during the contest.
The Philippines' own Margie
Moran is the present Miss
Universe and won her title last
year in Athens. Greece.
Site of the contest will be
the Folkloric Arts Centre now
being constructed along Roxas
Boulevard, Manila with a
capacity for 10,000 people. It
fronts Manila Bay.


(By The Associated Press)
TODAY is Monday. Mav 27th,
the 147th day of 1974. There are
218 days left in the year.
Highlights in history on this
1973 Greece's military
government decides to hold
nation-wide referendum to allow
(Greeks to determine future of their
king.
1972 -- U.S. President and Mrs.
Richard Nixon are in Leningrad on
their visit to the S,,viet Union.
1971 Trains collide in
Wuppertal, Germany. killing 45
persons.
1970 I.eftist coalition led hy
Mrs. Sirimavo Uandaranaik w\sins
Ceylon elections.
1967 -- U.N. Secretary General
U. Thnnt says he fears that war
between Israel and Egypt would
result from the Egyptian blockade
of the Gull of Aquaha.
1964 Premier 'andit
Jawaharlal Nehru of India dies at
age 74, is succeeded hy Iala
Bahadur Shastri.
1962 (;Generalissimo Irancisco
I ranco of Spain hbames a six-week
wave of strikes on ('oinunlists and
liberals and Roman (atholic lay
organizations.
1961 Constituent assembly
proposes new% lTurkish constitution;
Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaa
Premier, proposes greater Malassia
federation.
1960 united States ends its aid
to ('uha.
195s State of emergency\ is
declared in C'eylon.
1956 i- hdia clainis (hitral.
which has been under Pakistan rule
slice 1947.
1954 More than 100 crewmen
are killed in an explosion aboard
tlie UI.S. aircraft carrier
BUennington" off thode Island.
IO)AY'S BIRI'HI)AYS: Julia
Ward Hoc\Se, American author
(18s9-1910). Arnold Bennett.
British novelist (1867 1931);
IHubert H. tHumphrey, U.S.
statesman (1911 --): Sammy Snead,
I.S. Golfer (1912 -); Isadora
l)uncan, U.S. dancer (1878-1927):
lierv Kissinger, I.S. Secretary ol
State (1923 _


ABBEY

INTEiNATIONAL


FUND


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MILOT C. METAYER of
Winchester Street East, Nassau is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahama, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalization should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 20th day of
May 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE Is hereby given that CHARLES BENNETT
WARRY of Sans Soud Nassau 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 20th day of May 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs. P. O. Box N3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that HILDA IDOLLY JENKINS of
Fortfincastle, Nassau 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 27th day of May 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LIVITH PEARSON
HENFIELD of Carib Road, Pyfrom's Addition, New
Providence 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 27th day of May 1974 to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship
Ministry of Home Affairs P. O. Box N3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that DUDLEY JONES of Baron
Court E22 Freeport Grand Bahama 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 27th dayof
May 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that PRINCESS JONES of Eight
Mile Rock Grand Bahama 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 27th day of May 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.





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MomentI....

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ON THEIR WATERI:RONT
F. Bay St. at. William St.
Tti'LEPH1ONI E 5-464
Sittings by appointment please, at your convenience


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE


ACROSS
1. Finicky
6. Short poem
12. Fanon
13. Freshen
14. Freebooter
16. Brawl
17. Sheeplike
19. Spikenard
20. Byway
22. Kelp
24. Work unit
25. Leopard
26. Movie rating


28. Roger
29. Courted
30. Parson bird
31. Hesitate
32. Hawser
33. Among
35. Shut-eye
37. One of the
Beatles
39. Cowardly
42. Crawls
44. Furlough
45. Legions
46. Short for a
violin


SOLUTION OP TYSTERKoA'S PURZZA
DOWN 5. The AemimabeI
1. Dude Snwm
2. Hur's son 6. Altermtive
3. Maly garment 7. Not th GOP
4. Drudge 8. Ooubletrse


BAHAMAS

TELECOMMUNICATIONS
CORPORATION


NOTICE



Bahamas Telecommunications Corporation
wishes to announce that telephone service is now
available in Ridgeland Park East and Montell
Heights.

Residents living in these areas who are interested
in obtaining service should contact the
Corporation's Commercial Office on Thompson
Boulevard, Oakes Field, telephone number 34911,
at their earliest convenience.

When applying for service, applicants are
requested to provide information regarding street
name and number on pole nearest their property.


$8.37
Offered Price
As of
Friday, May 24th 1974


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The Tribun Monday, May 27, 197C



CLASSLFED ADVS. BRING RESULTS-FAST

CLASSIFIED SECTION TO PLACE YOUR ADV TELEPHONE 21986 -EXT. 5


REAL ESTATE


II


C14637
2 bedroom house on 3 acres of
land at Lower Deadman's Cai
Long Island. For further
information call 3.1288.
C14563
LARGE lot Adelaide Beach.
Phone 41298 day or night.

C15170
For Sale by Owner, Building
lot 75 x 100 Summer Haven
Estates, Nassau, lot No. 68,
Cash $4,000.00. Call Freeport
352-5910.
C14629
FOR SALE
ONE LOT HIGHLAND
PARK. PHONE 3-4099.
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.


C14589
BUY A LOT
In EASTWOOD or
WINTON MEADOWS
Call Frank Carey
at 27667 or 24815
FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
Box N4764
Bay & Deveaux Streets
C14665
REAL ESTATE
CORNER lot SEABREEZE
127 x 110 only $6200.00.
(100 feet from Canal).
Lots PRINCE CHARLES
AVENUE 60 x 110 $6000.00.
Size 90 x 110 at $8000.00.
Lots 130 on Road by 90
depth. VISTA MARINA -
Western Grove with rights
SANDY BEACH one block
away.
DIAL NICK DAMIANOS
22033, evenings 41197.
C14442
START building your house
snytime at YAMACRAW
BEACH ESTATES. 70 x 100
lots. From $5800. Only $75
down. Beach and lake rights.
Tel: 41141 or 2-4148 or
2-3027 Morley & O'Brien Real
Estate (Brea Brokers).
C14590
BLAIR: 3 bedrooms, two
baths. Lovely covered patio
and large garden. Nicely
furnished. $65,000.
GROVE WEST BAY
STREET: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths.
Only $55,000.
EAST BAY STREET ON THE
HARBOUR Four-bedroom
house in excellent condition.
Own dock. Great buy for the
vachtsman. $250,000.00.
RIDGEWAY: 3 bedrooms, 3
baths, separate dining room
and large family room.
Beautifully furnished and in
too condition. $75,000.00.
H. G.CHRISTIE LTD.
Phone 21041-2 3-4.
C14713
Large hilltop split-level
residence on spacious grounds
in Eastern District, a short
walk to the sea. Three
bedrooms, two baths, living
room, separate dining room,
porch, etc., garage. Apartment
with separate entrance on
ground floor. $80,000
furnished.
Beautifully situated hilltop
residence off Village Road
together with garage
apartment. Three bedrooms,
living room, separate dining
room, study, porch, patio, etc.,
two-car garage. Apartment
contains separate bedroom,
living-dining, etc. $65,000
furnished.
Del ghtf ul three-bedroom
sea-view apartment Cable
Beach $85,000 furnished.
H. G. CHRISTIE LTD. Phone
21041/2/3/4.
C14716
BEAUTIFUL homesite located
in Montagu Heights off Village
Road, available for your future
home. Phone 5-8512.

FOR RENT
C14636
LONDON FLAT FOR RENT
Chelsea London Modern well
a pointed one bedroom
apartment on 7th floor
adjacent Kings Road, available
1st June, minimum four .Toi',hs
period, $180,00. per week.
Replies to P. O. Box N-985.
C14550
NASSAU HILLCREST
TOWERS
swimming pool, sun terrace,
laundry facilities, fully
furnished 1 -bedrnomr
apartment, 1 3-bedroom
apartment. Contact 7-8421 or
2 Evenings 7-7065.

C14476
NEW luxurious 2 bedroom
apartment, fully furnished
magnificent views. Winto,i
Highway. Phone 2-1631.

C14355
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly airconditioned,
fully furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297, 31093.


FOR RENT


II


C14582
4 bedroom, 2 bath house, full
furnished, Mackey Street.
Contact Carl G. Treco
Contractors. Phone 2-4996,
5-8725.
C14575
LARGE unfurnished 2
bedroom apartment 5 minute
walk to town, reasonable.
Phone 5-1612 after 5 p.m.
C14345
TWO, Furnished and
airconditioned, 1-bedroom
apartments. Centreville, Ring
5.8679, ask for Mr. Pritchard.


C14557
FURNISHED 1 bedroom,
airconditioned apartment.
$235 per month, not including
utilities. Telephone 5-8134.
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.
C14699
LARGE Spacious 3 bedrooms
(all airconditioned) 3 bath
fully furnished, hilltop house.
Dannottage Estate. Must see to
appreciate. $700 per month.
including light and water.
Telephone 2-3713 5-9322 oi
3-1671.

C14711
LOVELY 2 bedroom
airconditioned apartment,
Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, Master T*V. antenna
and laundry room facilities,
enclosed parking area. For
information call 2-4953 or
5-4258.
C147i0
1 BEDROOM apartment,
completely furnished, wall to
wall carpeting, airconditioned.
Master T.V. Antenna, off
Shirley Park Avenue. $200 per
month. No pets. 5-4684.

FOR SALE OR RENT
C14588
EXECUTIVE HOUSES
PRICES ON APPLICATION
CASCADILLA -- Beautiful old
Bahamian house in town
surrounded by two acres of
grounds and gardens. Three
bedrooms, three baths in main
house plus two bedroom guest
cottage. Large living room,
dining room and patio for
entertaining. Fully furnished.
VILLAGE ROAD AREA
Large comfortable family
house with four bedrooms, 3
baths, walled-in garden and its
OWN WATER SUPPLY.
Available June 1st.
HILLTOP IN TOWN: 3
bedrooms, 3 baths, beautifully
furnished. Fantistic views of
the harbour and Paradise
Island. Swimming pool and
patio for entertaining.
H. G. CHRISTIE LTD.
Phone 21041-2-3-4.
C14624
WINTON HIGHWAY Large 2!V/
storey modern house designed
by Ray Nathaniels. Sea view. 3
bedrooms, maid's quarters,
double garage Gves
apartment. Phone 22776
42264.

FOR SALE
C 14652
PIONEER 747 quadraphonic
receiver plus speakers ana
turntable all for a flai : 1.400.
Also 1967 CADILLAC, four
door, good condition. $1,750
or best offer.
For further information call
32701.

C14658
USED vans and pickups. Large
selection at wholesale prices
for shipment to Nassau and
Freeport. Plantation Trucks
Inc., 1401 South State Road 7.
Fort La uderdale (305)
792-3040.
C14657
MALE 10 speed Bici'.le
Guitar
Exercise Kit
Call 56167 after 5 p.m.

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 se n bridesmaids gowns for
$25.00
THE YOUNG MISS, Market
Street near Bay. Telephone
2-3365.
C14675
OWNER LEAVING
ISLAND! Houseful of
furniture. Like New. Phone
3-5729.


C14696
I wish to sell one of my two
large very good condition,
settees (dark blue or gold).
Buyer to choose. $250.00
O.N.O. Telephone 31195.


FOR SALE


SI


CARS FOR SALE


I I


C14717 C14634
DRAWING BOARDS and AUSTIN 1100 1968 Good
ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT Running Condition $275.00
Phone 21041-2-3-4. Phone 22861 Ex. 344.

C14698
CARS FOR SALE 1962 Volkswagen. Good
condition, with radio. $700.00
1O.N.O. Phone 7-4218.
C14697i
MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED MIRIME IPPlIES
Offers You THE SPECIAL U
In Used Car Specials. C11894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
1969 DODGE DART With Commander. sleeps six, private
Automatic Trans, Power shower, two 230 h.p. engines
Steering, Power Brake, Radio, with less than 200 hours.
White Wall Tyres. ieen with Kitchenette, good condition
White Vinyl Top. AT ONLY Call 24267, 54011.
$2400.00 $500.00 Down
1970 SUNBEAN Automatic C14661
Trans, Radio. White With 26' SMACKBOA1, new sais,
Brown Trim. AT ONLY rigging, paint. 40 h.p.
$1150.00 $450.00 Down Evinrude, big well, strong,
1969 MERCURY COUGAR sound, fast. $2,000. Phone
Automatic Trans, Power 7-4215 after 5:00 p.m.
Steering, Power Brake, Radio, 146
Air con, Bucket Seats. Blue 1469
Withr c, Bke Trim AT ONY 1972 21 ft. Seabird with cabin
With White Trim. AT ONLY and twin 60 H.P. Johnson
16500^^0 $00^0 Dwn and twin 60 H.P. Johnson
$1650.00 $400.00 Down outboard motors. 70 gallon gas
1969 FOD MUSTANGr tank. Ship to shore radio.
1969 FORD MUSTANG $6,000. Telephone 34530 -
Automatic Trans, Power 0. T e
Steering, Power Brake, Radio.229
Red With Black Trim. AT
ONLY $1500.00 $40000 ENTERTAINMENT
Down
C14336
1969 CHEVY MALIBU
Automatic Trans, Power SETTLER'S PUB t INN
Steering, Power Brake, Radio. Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Red With Black Trim. AT Telephone 5-9739
ONLY $1950.00 $450.00. TWO BANDS NIGHTLY
Down The Nassa".lians
1968 SUNBEAM RAPIER The Electric Circle
Standard Trans & Radio. White OPEN TILL 4.00 a.m
With Black Trim. AT ONLY
$1200.00 $300.00 Down
1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR S L
2000 DELUXE Automatic ____SCNOOLS_
Trans, Radio, Bucket Seats. 14
Black With Blue Trim. AT
ONLY $1900.00 $400.00 ST. ANDREW'S SCHOOL
Down has a few vacancies remaining
MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED in its Reception Class for
Thompson Blvd. opp Davis St. September 1974. Children are
Phone 56739 eligible if they will be four
P.O. Box N-3741. years old by September 18th.
___Fees $210 per term. Initial
C14689 deposit $100 for Bahamians
NEW PROVIDENCE (refundable). Phone 4-2621 or
LEASING LIMITED HAVE write P. 6. Box N7546 for
THE FOLLOWING USED application forms.
CARS ON HAND FOR SALE


... IMMEDIATE FINANCING,
FULL COMPREHENSIVE
INSURANCE FACILITIES
AVAILABLE ... LOT
LOCATED ON GIBBS
CORNER OPPOSITE SUPER
WASH ... PART EXCHANGES
CONSIDERED ... YOU ARE
INVITED TO INSPECT ANY
OF OUR VEHICLES BEFORE
YOU BUY.
1970 DODGE CHARGER -
NP. 91 PRICE $2,850.00
DOWN PAYMENT $700.00
1971 CHEV. MALIBU -- NP.T.
915 PRICE $2,950.00 DOWN
PAYMENT $700.00
1969 PLYMOUTH G.T.X. -
NP.D. 15 PRICE $2,400.00
DOWN PAYMENT $600.00
1970 CHEV. IMPALA NP.F.
641 PRICE $2,700.00 DOWN
PAYMENT $600.00
1973 DODGE AVENGER -
STATION WAGON NP.T.
344 PRICE $2,650.00 DOWN
PAYMENT $600.00
1971 TOYOTA CORONA -
NP.W. 728 PRICE $1,500.00
DOWN PAYMENT $400.00
1972 FORD MAVERICK N.
935 PRICE $3,950.00 DOWN
PAYMENT $700.00
1971 CHEVROLET VEGA -
NP.W. 339 PRICE $2,400.00
DOWN PAYMENT
$700.00
1972 VAUXHALL FIRENZA
NP.W. 799 PRICE $1,750.00
DOWN PAYMENT $500.00.
1971 CHEV. VEGA NP.M.
750 PRICE $2,750.00 DOWN
PAYMENT $700.00
1969 FORD MUSTANG NP.
NP.Y 773 PRICE $2,500.00
DOWN PAYMENT $700

B AGAIN
DEPARTMENT
1969 RAMBLER REBEL
NP.W. 928 CASH $800.00
1968 CHEV. MALIBU SS -
NP.N. 654 CASH $700.00
1969 HILLMAN HUNTER -
NP.G. 128 CASH $750.00
1970 PONTIAC PARISIENNE
NP.Y. 411 PRICE $1,500.00
DOWN PAYMENT $400.00
1970 CHEVELLE NP.N.
537 PRICE $1,650.00 DOWN
PAYMENT $450.00
1969 FIAT 124 NP.R. 692
PRICE $750.00 DOWN
PAYMENT $300.00
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA -
NP.W. 299 PRICE $1,100.00
DOWN PAYMENT $300.00
C14361
TUITION
THE RAPID RESULT
COLLEGE. World-famou
postal tuition for the GCE
School Cert. and
Accountancy. Banking. law
Marketing, Compan
Secretaryship Examinations
For details of our specialise
courses write for Free copy
#of YOUR CAREER to The
Rapid Results College
Department. TNI Tuition
House London SW19 4DS.


C14356
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.

DINMG GUiE

C14686















THE BRIDGE INN
MANAGER
Friendly Big "Al Collie"
Hostess Ms. Penny Kemp
THE BRIDGE INN
NOW SERVING LUNCH
Open 11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m
Luncheon Special $1.95
Drinks $1.00
Dinner served 5 p.m. to
Midnight
FREE PARKING

HELP WANTED

C14339
PHOTOGRAPHIC and
Lithographic Technical
Consultant. Apply in writing to
P. 0. Box N-226, Nassau,
Bahamas.
C14690
Are you interested in a
stimulating career with a great
deal of growth potential. We
need highly qualified executive
secretaries, strong on
organisation and capable of
running an office. Publishing
background ideal, but not
absolutely necessary. Top
typing speed essential.
Qualified Bahamians and
expatriates are asked to apply.
Call ETIENNE DUPUCH JR.
PUBLICATIONS 3-5665 -

C14676
ERECTION SUPT. Qualified
to supervise and manage
mechanical and general piping
and refinery installations.
WELDERS Qualified in pipe
high pressure work. Must pass
A.W.S. and A.S.M.E. Welding
tests.

PIPE FITTERS Qualified
in general refinery
installations.
RIGGERS Qualiiied in
heavy steel erection.
MACHINISTS Qualified in
precision mechanical
installations.
WAREHOUSE MAN -
capable of reading drawings
and material handling.
ONLY BAHAMIANS NEED
TO APPLY. APPLY IN
WRITING P. O. BOX N-4222,
Nassaiu.


HELP WANTED


II


C14667
JOB TITLE: Real Estate
Marketing Director Applicants
Should have at least 5 years
experience in the development
and sales of large acreage tracts
from the inception. Experience
should include market analysis,
feasibility studies, projected
cash flows, co-ordination of
engineering and architectural
designs to fulfil original
concept, merchandising plans
including design and layout of
promotional material and
advertising programmes and
organization and training of a
new Bahamian sales force.
Pereriene given to someone
who has had at least 5 years
experience in the Bahamas,
both in Nassau and the Family
Islands. Applicants should
apply in own handwriting.
giving full details of past C
experience to Ervin Knowles
Construction Co. Ltd., P. 0.
Box N7772, Nassau.
C15182
.B TITLE: BURNERMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years. Experience in fuel
burning process in rotary Kilns
and production of clinker.
Cement plant rotary Kiln
burnerman.

DUTIES/RESPONSICILITIES:
Operate Kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
of burning.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C14680
TREASURE CAY MARINE
is seeking a qualified manager
to operate the waterfront
recreational facility.
Successful epplicant must be
versed in all phases of small
boat sailing and mainlenjnc |
and also be able to develop
unior and senior sailing
instruction programmes. Also
successful applicant must be
lulified as Scuba Instructor
and hold current certification
and .be knowledgeable in th
operation of a large Scuba
Programme.
Send resume to: Treasure Cay
Marine, c/o P. O. Box
N-3229, Nassau
M14700
FIRST NATIONAL
CITY TRUST COMPANY
(BAHAMAS) LIMITED
P. O. Box N-1576
Thompson Blvd., Oakes Field
Nassau, Bahamas
BOOKKEEPER/ACCOUNTAN1
Wanted experienced
Bookkeeper/Accountant
applicants must be conversant
with all aspects of Accounting
for Managed Companies and/
or Trusts.
Apply to Mr. Bruce Gwyther -
telephone 2-4240.

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
Partner, Price Waternuuse &
Co., P. 0. Box F-2415.
Freeport, Bahamas.
C14695
EXPERIENCED Dressmaker
Only Bahamians need apply
Velma's Dressmaking, Mackeyl
Street. Telephone 3-6175.


POSITION WANTED
C14703
SEEKING position live in
family, cook, clean, take care
of children. Contact Benitr
Johnson, General Delivery Post
Office, Nassau, Bahamas.




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


I ENOI
C14715
NOTICE
BILL'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY is anxious In the
following:- Lots or houses
Eastern Road or West Bay
Street, Blair, Westward Villas,
the Grove, Highland Park, San
Souci, Skyline Heights. Also
lots in Englerston, East Street,
Blue Hill Road, Wulff Road
and neighboring areas.
Owners please contact the
above at telephone 23921 or
Box 5449, Nassau.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C14679
QUEEN'S PARK
LAUNDRYMAT
off Farrington Road
north of Carroll's
Food Store
Water All Day.


IN MEMORIAL


C14712










In sad
our C
grandmc
LAND
life May
Sleep o0
you but
Sadly m
Leroy C
Harris,
host of r
C14709




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and loving memory of
tear mother \ and
other MRS. ANNA
ER who departed thi
26th 1972.
n dear mother, we love
t .esus loves you best
issed by, sons Earl and
)lander, daughter Cleo
grandchildren and a
relatives and friends.


TRADE SERVICES TRADE SERVICES
C14544C14707
C14544 H LANDSCAPING AND tor all
BACKHOE FOR HIRE our gardening needs mowing,
Needa septic tank or trenching trimming., hedging, tree felling
done? and clearing, call 5-7810
Ca ---LAWNS & HEDGES.
CARL G. TRECOLAWNSHEDGES.
CONTRACTORS LTD. 2-4996&I


or 5-8725. 1-43 .1 v. ANTENNAS
--C141 Boosters for homes
C14581 apartments and hotels
FOR YOUR BUILDING SALES AND SERVICES
NEEDS and CRANE HIRE Call 5-9404
see: WORLD OF MUSIC
ISLAND BUILDERS Mackey Street
LIMITED Next to Frank's Place
P. 0. Box 6285 ES Phone
3-1671-3-1672. C14709
S- 3 67...28.. .E BINDER'S EXTERMINA
C14358 TORS
MACHINE PA Termite and Roach Control
SEWING MACHINE PARTS Fertilise Lawns, Destroy
AND REPAIRS Insects
ISLAND FURNITURE Phone: Terry Pinder 42066,
COMPANY 42244.
P. O. Box N4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie C14719
Streets GET your roofs shingled and
Telephone 21197, 23152. all your WOODWORK
_repaired at a reasonable price.
Call 4-1211 after 6 p.m.
C14701
TRADE SERVICES
BAHAMAS UPHOLSTERY FOR SALE ORLEASE
Adderley's Addition
Rebuilding, Repairing, C15191
Refinishing 3 bedroom, 2 bath house


MR. CHARLES LENAD 17 years experience Stapledon Gardens. Phone
MOULTRIASRL dp LENRd t FREE ESTIMATES 5-6168 after 6 p.m. or anytime
MOULTRIE SR departedy 197 this Ralph Brown 3-4263. weekendss.
life on 26th May 1971.
Lett to mourn: wife, Ellen, 3
sons, five daughters including
Linda, his mother and a host of
relatives.

CARD OF THANKS
C141 BUSINESS 6 PROFESSIONAL


DIRECTORY

Save Time





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SH-P

I acknowledge with deepest .
appreciation the many I LW TilI ClW 2 1 EXT. S
comforting messages, floral I I ,
tributes, visits or other I LU Ylh I F 2 LiPi 'I 1
expressions of kindness,
thoughtfulness and deeds 1I V II
shown to me during my hour SAVE'TImE IlMUIIER of breavement, on the death of
my husband Winslow E.
Hamilton. My special thanks ANTENNAS LAUNDRY
are extended to Rev. Dr. O. A. Island TV 2-2618 DRY CLEANING
Pratt, Rev. Dr. M. C._____ ____
Symonette, Father Patrick AUTOMOTIVE New Oriental
Holmes, the Choir and -------- .Lndr 2-4406
Usherboard of the St. John's Lucas Batteries Laundry 2440
Baptist Church, the Minister Bay Street Garage 2-2434
and Staff of The Ministry of O MEN'S WEAR
Tourism and the staff of BOOKSTORE Fashionette Ltd. 22376/7
Sweeting's Colonial Mortuary The Christian Book
Mrs. Jacquelyn Hamilton. Shop 5-8744 OPTICIANS

R SDE BUSINESS FORMS optical service
TIN&_OwBUSINES _FORMS Ltd. 2-3910/1
Executive
C14611 Printers 2-4267/5.4011 PAPER
FOR SALE CABINET MAKERS Commercial
$864.00 Paper House 5-9731
16 Days in Europe Commonwealth
Luxembourg Switzerland Furniture 31120 PRINTING
Austria Italy Lichenstein Executive
Monaco France. CAMERAS Printers 2-4267/5-4011
INCLUDES:WogsPitn 5-0
Round trip air fare John Bull 2-4252/3 Wong'sPrinting 5.4506
a First class Hotels with private ENTERT RUBBER STAMP
bath ENTERTAINMENT RUBBERSTAMPS
Land transportation by Movies Wong's Rubber Stamp 5-4506
deluxe air conditioned Film & Equip. Service 2-2157
metorcoach with tour director. SPORTS GOODS
a Complete sightseeing Tours CARDEN &
In each city. PET SUPPLIES Champion Sport Land 2-1862
Continental breakfast PETSUPP r L 2-
throughout, and most dinners Modernistic Garden Pet TRAVEL
with wine. Madeira Shop Plaza 2-2868 Playtour: 2-2931/7
All tips and taxes (except Nassau Garden & Pet R.H. Curry & Co.,2-8681/7
airport taxes). Montrose Avenue 2-4259
Plus other special features. .- --- TV REPAIRS
For further information HARDWARE
contact ---- Channel Electronics Ltd.
R. H. Curry Co. Ltd. John S. George 2-8421/6 3-5478
Phone 28681-7
Bay and Charlotte Streets. HOUSE PLANS UPHOLSTERING

TRADE SERVICES EvangelosG. Zervos 2-4128 Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713.
C 14344 m'mmmmmm mm-mm- ..
MASTER TECHNICIANS FOR TNE ACTION YOU WANT
LTD., Mackey Street, your,
Whirlpool distributor offers IL ) I
refrigerators, washers, dryers,
compactors, freezers, ice m mmm mmm1mlmmlmmi m
makers, air conditioners and Shop Nassau Merchants
garbage disposers. With full
warranty on every home For Business And Services
app'lance we sell. Service done
by factory trained mechanics.
Telephone 23713, 5-9322.


1:14353
'Pinder' Customs
Brokerao. Ltd.
Mackey 5 reet
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU. BAHAMAS


P


.O. BOX N3714


IATA CARGO AGENTS'
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
-IEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
,EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE:2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport-- 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES


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

SELP WANTED


C15197
MAID WANTED: Six days a
week; Must be responsible, able
to cook; wage $60.00 per
week.
Apply in writing to: P. O. Box
F-2833, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island.


HELP WANTED
C15190
King s Inn & uorl Club
requires an EXECUTIVE
CHEF who will be responsible
for complete supervision of the
Kitchens. Responsible for
menu planning, production
planning, staff training,
scheduling and preparation of
French and International
cuisine. Must have at least five
years experience in large hotel
or gourmet restaurant. Clean'
police certificate and good
references required.
Interested applicants apply to .
Personnel Office, King's Inn & -
Golf Club, P. 0. Box F.207,
F.reeort Grand Bahama.


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GRAND BAHAMA


KIEP WANTED
C15184
MUSICAL COMEDY
NOVELTY ACT consisting of
THREE (3) persons. Must have
at least 5 years professional
experience. Good references
and Police Certificate.
NOVELTY SHARPSHOOT-
ING ACT must have at least 5
years professional experience.
Good references and Police
Certificate.
ADAGIO TEAM must be able
to do ADAGIO ACT, well
versed in Modern Dancing, Jazz
and Ballet. Good references,
Police Certificate and at least 5
years professional experience.
SEVEN (7) FEMALE
DANCERS must have at least 5
years professional experience
in Tap, Ballet and Modern
Jazz. Good references and
Police Certificate.
ONE (1) MALE DANCER
must have at least 5 years
professional experience in
Modern Dancing, Jazz and
Ballet. Good references andd
Police Certificate.
Applicants should apply in
person to: Personnel
Department, Bahamas
Amusements Ltd., El Casino,
P. 0. Box F-787, Freeport,
Grand Bahama.
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.
15199
Irncess Hroperties
International Bahamas requires
a GENERAL LEDGER AND
ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS
)ANALYST. Reports directly to
the controller of Princess
Hotels Bahamas.
responsibilities include the
maintenance of current
analysis and reconciliations of
general ledger accounts of the
$ix entities comprising P.P.I.
Sahamas, assisting the
Controller and Treasurer in
elaboration of financial reports
such as: financial statements,
operational budgets, cash
flows, appropriation requests
and head office reporting,
implementing and improving
accounting systems as
requested from time to time by
Controller and monitoring and
Co-ordinating flow of
information to and from
Computer Center. Must also
give general assistance to
external auditors during their
interim and year-end
examinations. Theoretical
knowledge of Computer
techniques required. Certified
Public Accountant, must have
t least five (5) years
experience in Accounting.
Good references and clean
police certificate absolutely
essential.
Interested applicants apply
to Personnel Office, King's Inn
& Golf Club, P. O. Box F-207,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C15198
King's Inn & Golf Club
requires TWO (2) A LA
CARTE COOKS. Must be able
to prepare all sauces, base
stocks, broths, etc. He must
have the ability to roast, broil,
fry and grill and is responsible
for ordering his own
merchandise and preparing his
trise-en-place. Must have
attended a good basic Food
ind Preparation School.
Should have at least 2-3 years
experience as A La Carte Cook
in a large hotel. Clean police
certificate and good references
required.
Interested applicants apply to
I~rsonnel Office, King's Inn &
Qolf Club, P. 0. Box F-207,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15186
International Hotel requires a
CHIEF ENGINEER to be
responsible for the operation
of the Engineering Department
of the international,
Installation and maintenance of
Preventative Maintenance
Systems on all machinery.
Preparation and maintenance
of budgets. Responsible for
purchase specifications of
machinery, equipment and
contract negotiation. Good
references and a clean police
certificate absolutely
necessary.
Interested applicants apply to
PIrsonnel Office, King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. 0. Box F-207,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Ct5185
Modalena Ltd. and Elegant
tady Beauty Salons Ltd. In
need of BARBERS and
HAIRSTYLISTS, capable of
tinting, bleaching, frostings,
bodywaves and expert cutting.
Bahamians only need apply: P.
OSex F-775, Freport.



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IELP WANTED
C15187
Bahamia Nursery requires a
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT to
prepare all landscaping plans
and specifications for projects
in the Bahamas and ahroad. To
be responsible for the purchase
of all materials, preparation of
budget, reports, inventories
and projections for opera-'
operations Will be required to
travel extensively abroad to
handle various company
projects. Must have BSA
(Ornamental Horticulture) and
BLA (Landscape Architect) or
their equivalents and
memberships in FTGA and
FNGA or equivalent. Five
years minimum experience
required. Good references and
clean police certificate
absolutely essential.
Interested applicants apply to
Personnel Office, King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. 0. Box F-207,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Cb1188
King's Inn & Golt LIuD
requires three (3) SOUS
CHEFS to be responsible for
the complete super vision of the
kitchens in the absence of the
Executive Chef. Supervises all
cooks during the preparation
of all foods. Must have
experience with French and
International cuisine and must
have a thorough knowledge of
food and food combinations.
Responsible for requisitioning
supplies from the storeroom
and distributing them to the
proper stations. Applicant
must be competent in menu
planning and pricing and
should have at least two to five
years experience in a hotel
kitchen or large restaurant.
Good references and clean
police record absolutely
essential.
Interested applicants apply to
King's Inn & Golf Club
Personnel Office, P. O. Box
F -207, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.

C15189
King's Inn & Golf Club
requires a BAKER He must be
able to prepare and bake all
sweet rolls, dinner rolls,
biscuits, muffins, donuts,
pancakes, buns, Danish
pastries, all types of breads
such as loaf, rye, Kaiser,
French, Italian, German,
Jewish and whole wheat. Must
have previous experience, aA
least 2-3 years as a baker in a
large hotel or successful bake
shop. Good references and
clean police certificate
absolutely essential.
Interested applicants apply to
Personnel Office, King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. O. Box F-207,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15192
CURCIE BROTHERS
LIMITED, Plumbing &
Engineering Contractors,
Logwood Road, Freeport
requires SUPPERVISOR for
Residential/ Commer-
cial/Indurstrial Airconditioning
and Refrigeration Department.
Minimum of ten years
experience. Phone 352-5600.

C15193
QUALIFIED and experienced
HANDYMAN/GARDENER.
Jobs include pool maintenance
and heavy digging. Must be
able to handle electrical
equipment efficiently, do
heavy housework and be at
ease with three large dogs.
Only Bahamians need apply. J.
Hayward, Box F-99,373-1528.


C15194
PRINCESS PROPERTIES
INTERNATIONAL requires a
TREATMENT PLANT
MECHANIC to be responsible
for the maintenance of the
Sewage Disposal Plants. Must
be experienced with the
operation of a Rated Aeration
Stepaire sewage treatment
plant ana capaoie oi treating
flows in excess of 900,000
gallons per day. Knowledge of
electrical systems and pumps
essential. Special knowledge is
essential of tests required for
sewage treatment areas. Ability
to read electrical and
mechanical charts required.
Must have at least 5 years
electrical and manual
experience. Good references
and clean police certificate
absolutely essential.
Interested applicants apply tc
Personnel Office, King's Inn
Golf Club, P. O. Box F-207
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15195
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL
requires an EXECUTIVE
HOUSEKEEPER. To be
responsible for planning,
organizing, directing and
training staff for Housekeeping
Department of a 400 room
Hotel. Also responsible for
purchasing requisitions and
inventory control. Prior
supervisory experience as an
Executive Housekeeper in a
similir size hotel. Should have
at least (3) years experience as
an Executive Housekeeper.
Good references and clean
police certificate absolutely
essential. Interested applicants
apply to Personnel Office
King's Inn & Golf Club, P. O
Box F-207, Freeport, Granc
Bahama.


-' CARROLL RIGHTER'S

GHOROSC(FE

from th Cwroll W i tewr Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: An unusually good
's\I day to carry through with your most
comprehensive plans made recently. Show that you are a
generous person who is willing to join with those in need of
assistance. Express a winning cavalier additude.

ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Ideal day for having a good
time at the amusements you most enjoy, but make sure you
show affection for those you respect.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Study what is needed at
home and show kin you are willing to cooperate more. You
can handle a problem in a wise way now.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Show allies how much you
like them, and then study new projects that appeal to you
Keep appointments that are important.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Begin the week
properly by getting all your monetary matters handled with
speed and precision. Show you have wisdom
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) You are highly magnetic and
charming at this time so get together with those you respect
and admire. Attend group affair tonight
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) Study a new plan secretly so
that you can operate more intelligently in the future. Come to
agreement with a close tie
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) You need help of a personal
nature and are able to ask a generous friend for it and get right
results. Engage in favorite hobby.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21) You have ambitions that
can be attained if you go to some bigwigs and gain their
support. Make big impression on the right people
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec 21) Anything you want to
do that requires a new slant is all right now, but make sure you
listen carefully to others
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Handle those obligations
that face you and begin the new week along very constructive
lines Show more devotion to mate.
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) Getting together with
associates and listening to what they have to say makes it
possible to come to a better understanding
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar 20) A meeting with co-workers at
the start of the work week can bring excellent results Take
time to shop for summer clothing.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY he or she will be
able to charm others into all kinds of favors Teach to help
others and to work for what is desired so that there can be
independence throughout the lifetime. Direct the education
along business administration lines. Be sure to give religious


and ethical training early in life
"The Stars impel, they do not
your life is largely up to YOU!


Chess
By LEONARD BARDIN













Jonathan Speelnan (WhlIte, to
move) sacriftod maertel to
reach this posit in his deave
fl-st prize game against David
Goodmcan n the London Chess
Club's junior raining tourna-
ment. What did White play. end
how did the game finish? Note
that Black had already moved
his king earlier k the game and
so cannot castle.
Par rtnes: 10 second, chess
masters; 30 seconds. expert: 2
minutes, county player; 5 mn-
utes, club standard; 10 minutes,
average; 20 minutes. novice.
Chss Solution Mondap May a -

Chess Solution
White won by 1 R-KKtl!
R-KB1 (if Rx R; 2 Q--R8 ch):
2 Q-Kt7, BxKt (If RxKt; 3
Q-Kt8 ch with a similar finish);
3 QxR ch, KxQ; 4 BxP eft,
K-KI; 5 R-Kt8 mate.


C15181
WANTED Executive Secretary
to Partner of firm of Chartered
Accountants. Good shorthand
and typing speeds essential.
Applicant must have at least
five years experience as
executive secretary. Attractive
salary, medical scheme
ava ilable, good working
conditions.
Apply in confidence in writing
to Box F-210, Freeport
Bahamians only need apply.


GARDENERS (5): For
cleaning grounds, trimming
flowers, landscaping and other
gardening. Police record, health
certificate and letters of
recommendation required.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA,' Personnel Office,
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Mailing
address: 158 Port Road, WEst
Palm Beach, Fla. 33404. Elon
Martin, Jr., Personnel Director

C15182
JOB TITLE: BURNERMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years. Experience in ,fuel
burning process in rotary Kiln!
and production of cliker.
Cement plant rotary Kiln
burner man.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operate Kilns to produce
clinker by a continuous process
of burning.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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The future ls clearly visible in
South's crystal. West s lead
shows an honour, presumably
the 4. 80 when East comes
in wit the QK, he will under-
lead his 4A, giving West the
lead, and r;U the spade return.
Can South thwart an unkind
destiny ?
This is the sort of situation
which a gifted pi"a can work
out at the table-sonetknes.
The experienced technician has
an advatage. He doesn't have
to be gifted, for he has often
been there before, if only in
text books.
He wins the spade switch in
dummy and takes the diamond
finesse, which he needs anyway.
After cashing the OY and OA,
he crosses to the OA and leads
the OJ. throwing on it his
second club.
Exchangtng one loser for an-
otor, he severs communications
between defenders. No longer
can East put West in to give
him a diamond ruff.
Yea, it's a variation of the
Scissors Coup.


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10 The Tribune Monday, May 27, 1974


BEES STING MINISTRY IN VICTORY NUMBER THREE -Alfred the


PARADISE BEES head coach
Oswald Moore had little need for
qualmsSaturday night. His girls, led by
Winsome Davidson and Margaret
Albury on offence and Elsine
Thompson and Eulamae Smith at
defence, slaughtered the Ministry of
Education 15-0, 15.0 and 15-3
winning their third game in as many
played.
The double defending champs,
besides leading the league by
themselves, have amassed a total of


points that more than doubles that of
their opponents. The Bees have yet to
lose a set.
Their triumph this season include a
15-4, 16-14 and 15-8 victory over
Coke Jets whom they stopped in last
year's playoffs. Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank was their second
win.
The Bees vacation until next week
Tuesday when they play their sister
team the Birds.
On thing notable about the Ministry


though was their determination.
Nowhere in the match did they show
signs of giving in. They were credited
with their not being the first team to
be defeated by nil in three straight
sets.
After the first three revolutions of
service in the first set, the Bees were
on top 5.0. They took no time to
move ahead by another five points and
the Ministry took a time out.
They seemed unable to pit together


Marlins sweep pair




from so-sad Jets


THE P'l"EGMATIC Bimini Marlins swept a pair from the
destitute Jet Set 114) and 13-2 over the weekend as hurlers
Sheldon Floyd and Sterling Wilkinson collected the wins at the


Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.
In the first game Saturday
night Sheldon Floyd threw a
two hitter and shut out Jet Set
as he was dominant on the hill
and his Marlins were producing
for him.
Sterling Wilkinson came
back in the second game on
Sunday and fired a three hitter
allowing two runs to the
Setters as the Marlins triumph
again.
Although Bimini have won
eleven out of the seventeen
played and a one game down
in the loss column behind
league leading Del Jane Saints
there is a rumour that the
Marlins will not make it to the
play offs.
Del Jane has a three and a
half game lead over Citibank
and Schlitz Bekr.
In the second game between
the Marlins and Jet Set on
Sunday the Marlins took a
quick 1-0 lead.
Lonney Ellis was safe on an
error and stole second base as
he led off for the visiting Bimini
squad in the top of the first
inning.
With one out first baseman
Glen Rolle doubled to left field
sending Ellis home for a tally.
Jet Set suffering from
rcnegedes looked as if they
were going to tie the score in
their half of the first frame but
unfortunately they did not.
Sammy Addcrley and
Dewitt Johnson walked to start
the bottom of the first inning


By Kerrington Wilkinson

as Wilkinson was off target
with his deliveries. However, he
stabled himself to strike out
Eugene Thompson and got
Lester Gardiner and Richard
Brooks to pop and ground out.
Bimini nor Jet Set scored in
the second and third frames as
both team's defense held up
strong.
The Marlins bats began to
explode in the fourth inning.
Losing Hurler Isaac Fox was
victim of the Marlins attack in
the fourth as Lawrence Rolle
got things started with a single.
Basil Rolle got out and
Philip Rolle singled to right
scoring Lawrence from second
base.
With two away Parka Rolle,
Lonney Ellis and George
Weech ripped off singles for
three more tallies as the
Marlins took a 5-0 lead.
The deteriorating Jet Set
managed a run in the bottom
of the fifth and sixth frames as
the Marlins scored two runs in
the top of the sixth and
put Jet Set in a predicament
situation when they plated six
runs in the top of the seventh
frame.
In other games over the
weekend Schlitz Beer beat
Beck's Bees 5-0, Citibank and
Freeport Bucks split a double
header and Del Jane Saint
coasted to a 4-0 victory over
Carrolls Food Store.


Batelco just


shade it 6-5


By Kerrington Wilkinson


FIRST BASI-MAN Anthony
Weech's sacrifice fly in the
fifth inning scored Arthur
Fountain for Baltelco Radars
6-5 to shade Deltic Bank in the
second of a trio of NRC
softball games played Saturday
at the J.F. Kennedy Park.
John Marcha replaced
Charlie Mortimer who was
ejected from the game and
receives credit for the win.
With the score 5-3 Deltec,
Batelco came to bat in the
bottom of the fifth and plated
three runs.
Losing pitcher Jessie
Ferguson issued walks to lead
off batter William Sherman and
Keith Archer before left
fielder Arthur Fountain hit a
screaming shot between third
and short plating Sherman and
Archer to notch the score.
Fountain hustled to third base
on a single and a two base
error.
Weech who drilled a solo
blast in the third frame jumped
on Ferguson's first offering and
sent it for a nice journey to
centre field Donzel Huyler
made the catch but Fountain
tagged up and scored easily to
give the Radars a 6-5 victory.
The Raders held on in the
sixth and seventh frames
keeping Deltec down as they
walked away with the win.
In the first inning Deltec
went down 1-2-3 as Jeff
Williams and Kerrington


Wilkinson flied to centre, and
John Thompson struck out to
end the frame.
The Radars scored a tally in
the first inning on a single and
a costly error by third baseman
Geoff Stuart enabling Fountain
to score.
As Deltec could not put it
together over the second and
third frames, Batelco
continued to score, as they
plated a run in the second and
third inning to lead 3-0.
In the third frame Mortimer
was kicked out of the game for
wrong use of language.
Deltec sent seven batters to
the plate in the fourth frame as
they greeted Marcha with two
hits for two runs.
Williams led off the frame
with a bunt single then stole
second and third base before
Wilkinson flied out.
Thompson walked and on a
delayed double steal Williams
scored as Thompson slid into
second base safely.
Stuart knocked in the
second run with sacrifice fly to
left fielder Arthur Thompson.
In the fifth frame Deltec
took the lead for the first time
in the game as they sent six
hitters up to the plate and
scored three runs.
In the first game C.A.D. beat
Novia Scotia 14-12 and in the
last game I B M defeated Royal
Bank.


~~~P~ ~ -Ir *~~d ~~
Michael Hale receives his championship
trophy from Kobi Jaegar. Resident pro and tournament
director Bradley Demeritte stands in the background.


: .


Susan Sindell ladies champ, receives her award from Mr.
J.R. Ford. Demeritte and actor Julius Harris stand in the
back ground.

Michael stuns

Farrington


FIFTEEN-YEAR-Old
Michael Hale, in a sensational
upset knocked off number
two seed Steve Norton in the
first round and went on to
stop the number one seed
Barry Farrington 6-4, 1-6 and
7-6 winning the first annual
Montagu T.V. Studio and
Club invitational tournament,
yesterday.
Before an enthusiastic
crowd Hale in the first set
captured the first three games
before Farrington broke the
shut-out bid winning the
fourth and fifth.
This bothered the youthful
contender little. He showed
form and determination in
holding Farrington to two
more games to win the set.
In the second set it seemed
like the match might have
gone the other way.
Farrington was off to flying
start winning the first five
games.


However, in the sixth
Farrington missed an easy
overhead shot which deuced
the game. Mike took
advantage of this to win the
next two points.


Both players in t!
set kept their
throughout until the
up at six all. Going
tie breaker Mike tc
lead 4-2 and was
with a much easier w
Farrington missed an
shot to lose the match
Susan Sindell
Susan Jolly 6-2 and
win the ladies singles.
In the men's double
Farrington and Steve
teamed up and beat
Donaldson and C. Be
and 6-3.
E. Powell and
defeated J. Farringtoi
Seller 6-3, 7-5 and 6-2


Sportsman and sportswoman of the year awards, the Prime Minister's Cup were officially presented to the winners
Prime Minister Mr. Pindling last week at a brief ceremony in the Prime Minister's office. Left to right: Dr. Norman Gi
newly-elected president of the Bahamas Confederation of Amateur Sports, Margaret Albury, volleyball star who won out o
seven other nominees as Sportswoman-of-the-Year, the Prime Minister, veteran sailor Durward Knowles, who was named o
eight other nominees as Sportsman-of-the-Year, and Freddie Higgs, director of publicity and first vice president of
B.C.A.S.


he third
service
set tied
into the
ook the


sufficient offence or defence that
would make any big difference in the
Bees attack.
Thompson, Albury and Claudia
Ferguson took care of the forward line
while Smith served Paradise to their
first set lead.
The gap in the Ministry's defence
was between left back and forward.
There Davidson served four straight
points opening the Bees' 5-0 second
set lead. Rookie forward Brenda
Knowles joined Davidson and
Elsine on defence. This
contribution resulted in a
12-0 gap and the Ministry
sought another time out.
Their plans came to no good.
Margaret took the pleasure
of serving Paradise to another
victory by nil.
Davidson who is St. John's
College senior girls captain
dished out a game high of ten
points in the third set and to
the majority of the fans in
the stands it again seemed
like a repeat of the first two
sets.
But not to the Ministry.
They break the shut out bid
and scrapped two more
points.
In the second game
Saturday night Pizza Solo
dropped their second
defaulted game to Wardrobe
Stars.
Bahamas Volleyball
Federation action continues
tomorrow night with Business
System Tigers playing Pepsi
Cola in the first game at 7:30.
Paradise Giants meet the
Police Royals in the second
- game.

Boston


sprints

home
CYCLING CHAMP Leonard
"Boston Blackie" Miller
outsprinted a competitive field
to win the Green's Liquor
Store sponsored 39-mile race
in one hour and 55 minutes
Sunday.
The race started in front of
Green's on Shirley Street and
travelled east onto Soldier
Road and into Bernard Road
through Fox Hill. Coming
through town, up Church
Street and back onto Shirley
Street Miller got his hardest
competition.
Christopher Deuce
Thompson and his brother
Zacheus both shared the lead
before Miller found new energy
and sprinted to a cycle's length
victory.
In the senior amateur
division Ray Morley and
Sleepy Nairn finished in dead
heat for a first place tic.
Lawrence Burnside was third
and Sherman Dorsett fourth.

LEN'S IN
LEN CHAPPELL shot a
hole-in-one on the 190 yard
eighth hole and amassed a total
of 38 points yesterday winning
the Dolphin Golf Society's
monthly Stableford
Tournament at the South
Ocean.
Peter Ralss with 37 points
took second and Sterling
Quant was third with 36
points. Ralss shot a gross 76
winning that division.
"The Dolphins are delighted
that Mr. Chappell was the
winner of their competition
particularly since they are the
holders of the inter club
championship which is
sponsored by Chappell's Lord's
Jewellers," a Dolphin
spokesman said.


credited GOOMBAY RACES
in when ALL DINGHY boat owners
easy net interested in entering the
weekly Goombay Summer
defeated races to be held in Nassau
I 6-3 to Harbour should contact Mr.
Athama Bowe of the Ministry
es Barry of Tourism.
Norton Goombay Summer officially
Charles begins on June and will
!thel 6-1 continue until August 31.
The weekly dinghy races will
be held every Sunday, during
Sindell Goombay Summer from 3 p.m.
n and K. to 4 p.m.
YANKEES WIN
NEW YORK Thurman
Munson and Bill Sudakis hit
two-run home runs, helping the
New York Yankees snap a
five-game losing streak with a
6-5 victory over the Baltimore
Orioles in the first gan'e of a
Sunday doubleheader.
Detroit's Mickey Lolich
fired a five-hitter and won his
fourth straight game Sunday
with a 2-1 decision over the
Cleveland Indians.
IT'S RUTHERFORD
INDIANAPOLIS
Handsome Johnny Rutherford
S came from back in the pack,
battled fellow Texan A. J.
by Foyt for 300 miles and then
ay, won the Indianapolis 500 mile
ver race Sunday when Foyt's bid
>ver for a fourth triumph ended
the with transmissio-i trouble.
Bobby Unser finished second.


great grabs



7 wickets


By Gladstone Thurston
ALFRED INGRAHAM
bagged seven wickets for 31
runs as St. Agnes skittled the
Prison Officers for 50 runs
taking a 116 run lead in their
two-day match which began
yesterday at Haynes Oval.
Led by a gallant 53 not out
from skipper Nathanial Bain,
the Saints in a three hour and
33 minute first innings
knocked up 113 for nine
declared.
The Officers in an attempt
to take a first innings lead were
defenceless against the bowling
of Ingraham and vice skipper
Tyrone Wilson.
With the latter taking the
remaining three wickets for 14
runs in his six overs and four
balls, the Officers who lasted
only one hour and 50 minutes
fell short by 63 runs.
Twenty minutes remained in
regulation time and within that
period the Saints added 53 at
the cost of three wickets to
their first innings lead.
Ossie Foster who
contributed good defence got
the second innings off with 27
before he was caught behind
the wicket. Keith Cumberbatch
and Harry Allan fell for a total
of nine. Delray Whittaker arnd
Ingraham are the not out
batsmen.
The match continues
Sunday.
Having won the toss, the P.
O.'s captain Athelston Grazette
decided to take the field. At
one point it seemed to have
been a very wise decision.
They had the Saints
struggling at five for 24 with
no apparent route of escape.
To make things more gloomy,
unco-ordination in running
between wickets caused three
outs.
Opening batsman Foster
lasted only two overs. Slashing
at one of Colin Puckerin's
bouncers he nipped an easy
catch to wicketkeeper Earthlyn
Miller.
Three runs later Whittaker
was caught half way down the
pitch and Ingraham loobbed a
pop fly to the safe hands of
Puckerin fielding at fine leg.
runs each. His 10 overs
included no maidens.
Left hand spinner Ralph
Kellman got two for 23 in 6.3
overs. Grazette captured the
other for 24 runs.
For a while, it seemed like
the P.O.'s in the bottom of the
first were going the same route
of the Saints. But they stayed
in the slump.
After 24 minutes of play,
the Officers were four down
for 19 runs. 10 runs later
Patrick Louison who joined
Garfield Braithwaite sixth
wicket down was brilliantly
caught by wicketkeeper Nelson
McNeil.
Ingraham from the north
and Wilson from the south


C. Puckerin
A. Grazett
R. Kellman
N. Taylor
G. Braithwaite


literally walked through the
P.O.'s line up. Their final four
went with the addition of only
19 runs.
Opening for the Officers in
the top of the second, Puckerin
lacked the attack he displayed
in the first innings. After two
Basil Elis' contribution of
80 in the first match fell to a
mere six yesterday. He was the
second run out victim.
Cumberbatch followed via the
same route leaving St. Agnes
four down for 18 runs.
Bain then joined Wilson and
though Tyrone left 28 runs
later, a firm foundation was
seen ii the making. Bain defied
an aching thumb to bring the
Saints out of the mire.
Puekerin who was no balled
three times captured three
wickets at an average of 14
overs giving up 18 runs he was
substituted by Raymond
Julien. Grazette who bowled
five overs gave up 21 runs.

In other matches started
over the weekend all rounder
George Ferguson captured five
wickets for 20 runs in 9.5 overs
and knocked up a strong 55
not out leading defending
pennant winners the
Southerners Cricket Club to a
two run lead over the Police
Royals.
Rina the first innings, the
Police were all out for 114 and
at close of play, the
Southerners stood at 116 for
six.
For the Police, C. Clark
scored 36. Ivan Taylor had 15
and Jerruth Thompson scored
12.
Harry Dean and Peter Hall
teamed up for 26 for the
Southerners.

Charles Demeritte's 36 and
Godfrey Dean's 25 piloted the
Adventurers to an
unpredictable 92 for five in
reply to the Westerns' 109all
out Saturday at Haynes Oval.
Leslie Marshall topped the
Westerns' first innings with 45.
Charles Lunn had 23 and
Horace Kingston scored 19.
Rudy Dean in 15 overs
captured five wickets for 31
runs. Henry Williams took
three wickets for 11 runs in six
overs.
St. Agnes: Ist innings:
0. Foster, c wkt, h Puckerin
2
K. Cumberbatch, run out II
I). Whittaker, run out 3
A. Ingraham c Puckerin, b
(;aralett 0
B. llis, run out 6
T. Wilson, c Taylor, h
Puckerin 12
N. Bain not out 53
N. McNeil, c Braithwaite, b
Kellman 2
C. Rotherford, c Braitwaite,
b Kellman 2
H. Allan, c Puckerin, b
Kellman 8
Bowling.


Antiguan Viv


hits first


English 100


LOI)ON Viv Richards,
Somerset's 22-year-old
batsman from Antigua, scored
his first century in the English
county cricket championship
Saturday and it was only his
third game.
The Young West Indian
defied Mike Procter and the
Gloucestershire fast-bowling
brigade and scored 102 while
wickets were falling fast
around him.
Richards helped Somerset to
a total of 254 after they had
lost 7 wickets for 98. He hit a
6 and 16 fours.
Another Richards Barry
Richards, the South African
star hit a brilliant century
and helped to put Hampshire,-
the reigning English
champions, in a strong position
against Nottinghsmshire at
Nottingham.
Hampshire dismissed their
opponents for 98, helped by
Antiguan fast bowler Andy
Roberts, who look 3 wickets
for 36. Then Richards made
110 not out as Hampshire on a
difficult wicket fought their
way to 152 for 6.
Meanwhile, at Chelmsford,
the Indians spent most of
Saturday in the field after
winning the toss and sending
Essex in to bat.
But the Indian spin bowlers,
led by Bishen Bedi, finally got
on top of their opponents and
dismissed them for 278.
Bedi finished with five


wickets for 112, and Prasanna
and Chandrasekhar claimed two
wickets each.
The eventual success of the
Indian spinners partly justified
the gamble taken by the
captain, Ajit Wadekar, when he
won the toss but the Indians
still had a formidable total to
chase.
They lost Eknath Solkar off
the last ball of the day and
were 29 for 1.
Keith Fletcher, who could
be in the England team to face
India in the coming test
matches, made 27 but was then
howled by Chandrasekhar.
The spinners tied up the rest
of the batsmen, except for Ray
East, who hit out merrily
Scores:
At Notiingham. Noittnghamshire
98 (Mike Taylor 5 for 29.
Hampshire 152 for 6 (Barry
Richards 110 not out).
At Iords. Middlesex 119 (Tony
(;reig 6 for 50). Sussex 162 for 5
(Greig 48).
At the oval. Surrey 200 (Bob
Woulmer S for 41). Kent 26 for I.
At Bristol. Somerset 254 (Viv
Richards 102). Gloucestershire 104
for 4.
At I.eeds. Lancashire 250 (Clive
Lloyd 69, Chris Old 4 for 40).
Yorkshire 30 for 1.
At Cardiff.(;lamorgan 233 for
closed. Leicestershire 67 for 3.
At Worcester. Derbyshire 141
(Van Holder 4 for i 9).
Worcestershire 139 for no wicket
(Glenn Turner 75 not out (Hion
Cottsm 4 for 54).
At Birmngiham. Warwickshire
152 (Bobh (ottm 4 for 54).
Northamptonshire 14S for 3.


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