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VOL. LXXI, No. IV Wednesday, May 29,1974 Priae g : 1


Lets


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Salute from
Edmund Moxey

Johnslo

lashes

placard

display
"'T'IS MORNING we see
yet another disgusting display
against the imehber for
('C)Lont (rove." Mr. Johnson
declared. "Maybe some men
have in their timwe comee so
ai. 1 llIUl 'i :, .
"Ma)be there are those who
have just cause to 'say the
member is a traitor. I1 he is a
Irailor for disagr'ecing then
every thinking na.i is a Iraitor.
"We know it is hell over the
hill and you cannot change the
Iruith. There is unemployment
and we know about the
situation of the black
Bahamian businessman in this
counlry. lie is almost washed
away now.
"Whal we see today out here
aic mercenaries in the employ
of a certain nimenber who were
also employed in 1972 by the
I'NM who also had in their
employ arsonists and assassins.
and I ask myself now, where
do we go. Are they going to
burnt out brother Moxey."
('al Island representative
Oscal Johnson today described
ihe govern' lnclmit's anti-Moxey
placards as a "disgusting
display" calculated to put
undluc pressure on a imelmber in
Ihe execulion of his duties in
Ithe I louse.
Ihe Iillboards carried v the
government group emphasized
support of Tourism Minister
C('lei nt I Maynard and
coil detina tion of (Coconut
(rove representative lIdnmund
Mo\ey, who has spoken out
against the Tourism Ministry's
plan to put a second Jutllibey at
FIt. Charlotte.
Mr. Johnson, who has
himself been olftenlimes critical
of lIis govern inc tI, gave his full
suipporl to Mr. Moxcy in his
eforlls to force re-assessment
lyv lie PIP administration of
lie country's social, economic
and cultural needs.
Mr. Johnson said he wanted
thle coconutt i rove member to
know that he was not alone."
Being in office he said, had
nothing to do with being in
power. "I never been in power
and that's what my entry in
politics was all about. Power.
notl alk. that is what Moxey is
concerned about. The
mlte ni iers's motion has
everything to do with power."
On those words the Iouse
was shaken by a tremendous
boom. After a shocked
moment of silence, there was
nervous laughter as nwmiebers
aurd the gallery realized the
sinlnd was only a clap of
thunder.



RATTAN
LIVING ROOMS
From HONG KONG

S Sr&W tmnIb


By NICK KELLY
IN A MOVING and eloquent address, Coconut Grove
representative [ldmund Moxey today called on "my PLP
government" to set its priorities right "and make an
about-turn in the direction of the people who put us in
power."
Over-the-hill used to be a place where people loved to go, he
told a packed House. "Today it has been reduced to a ghetto of
sawed-off shotguns. We need to make positive steps to put
this country back to work and back on the road to progress
before it is tlo late.
"We must come to the realization and understand," he cried,
"th;at the problem exists and move positive, to correct it."


The PLP representative's
comments were the climax of
today's demonstration march
from Jumbey Vllae to the
House of Assembly to protest
the government' economic
neglect of the black Ira roots.
Speaking on his motion for a
committee to couider the
social, cultural and economic
plight of the Bahamian people.
Mr. Moxey described himself as
"a voice of the PLP crying in
the wilderness for the PLP.
"I have no desires to form
another organization ... no
desire to become involved in
any move that would cause the
I'LP's downfall. But, he
declared, "I wil have ftsayy
that the time h ao tnm"sc'LW c
all iaon high and low mast
understand that there is
something seriously wrong in
this country."
Mr. Moxey said he was in
the Ilouse today speaking for
the masses south of the arch,
for the businessman over the
hill whose business had dried
up and for the young people of
this country who were seeking
for a positive. ay of life in this
country.
"Over-the-hill today has
been reduced to a ghetto of
sawed-off shotguns. I say
today," he hammered, "that
the time has come when the
people must understand that
they are the masters and the
representatives the servants."
The member reminded the
IIouse that "today I am the
father of the PI'PI in this
Chamber. In 1952 I was in the
living room of the chairman,
II.M. Taylor, when the original
idea of the PLP was discussed,
and we all know the human cry
of the I'LP when it came into
being.
"It was to be a party of the
people, by the people and for
the people."
'The PLP gained political
victory on January 10, 196 ,
"but it was no later than April
of that year that I became
seriously concerned about the
direction of the party," Mr.
Moxey said.
lie expressed his concern at
several meetings in his house.
"I have tried for seven years to
bring the PLP in line. In 1971 1
made the statement in national
convention that it was our
responsibility to work out a
system that would maintain a
steady and-healthy growth of
the nation.
"I saki that if we were to
avoid future confrontations
between the haves and the
have notes. opportunities
should be introduced for more
of our people to share in the
wealth of the country."
Moved by the PLP's
philosophy. Mr. Moxey
continued, he had tried to do
several things in his
constituency that would putt
the district's young people on a
positive course of action.
When he became parlia-
mentary secretary for
Community Development in
1969 he thought this was a
built-in opportunity for him to
use his resources to develop the
country's masses.
"I was encouraged to
develop a strong commlnnity
development proglramnne. I
knew then that we had a bad.
had system. In 1971 tlwrefore.
he prepared a paper which he
presented to the Prime Minister


FOR PROBABLY the first
time in his life, Prime
Minister Lynden Pindling was
booed as he left the House of
Assembly at the luncheon
suspension. By contrast his
colleague, Mr. Edmund
Moxey (Coconut Grove) was
lifted on the shoulders of a
cheering crowd.
The Prime Minister looked
particularly thoughtful this
morning as Mr. Moxey spoke

and his colleaguese. "I said at
that time that with
understanding and sensitivity
the plan could be made
workable.
First however, the PLP had
to decide i~here they were
going. "I said we must be
willing to make adjustments
for the national good and put
aside our personal ambition.
We had to be sensitive to the
human problems of our people
and there had to be a complete
change of attitude where our
Ministers were concerned and
dedication by them to the
people.
After 1967, Mr. Moxey
charged, "most of out
Ministers isolated themselves
from the people. liach Minister
projected his own private
programme and projects. But
wouldn't it have been better to
develop a programme for the
nation?
Again challenging the
government to sit down and
work out its priorities, the
Coconut Grove representative
lashed out at Tourism Minister
Clement Maynard who had
earlier made a Communication
to the tHouse attempting to
defend his position in the
Jumbey Village-Fort ('harlotte
dispute.
"The Minister doesn't
understand," he slammed,
"that this is not an lidnund
Moxey to-do. This is the
people's fight for survival.
liverybody, he said, had seen
yesterday's morning paper with
the photograph of a man
demonstrating the Iet.
Charlotte project, and the first
thing he said was that they
were going to build a pavillion.
"The Minister of Iducation
knows that the last stace of
Junmbey Village is a pavi' ion."
According to the member,
there were six amenities
planned for Ft. ('harlotte that
were duplications of Jumbey,
"and no one will tell nme
different because it's on paper."
('Charged Mr. Mosey: "The
Iwopcl of this country and mny
people over the hill say that
before any move is made to
start anything at Fort
Charlotte get Jumbey
operational It'catuse we have
been neglected too long."
ThI' tmemlwr then deal with
a community development
programme which had been
prepared in 1970 by a U.N.
expert during his tenure as
parliamentary secretary
Community Development.


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Nelson "Chippie"
Chipman ... pro-May-
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A section of the marchers




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It'llurs: RICK IY W I:I.S.


Alfred Butler and Franklyn Wilson, MP for Grants Town,
outside the House.


Under OO join



in the demo


By MIKE LOTHIAN
L. SS TIIAN 100 protesters
walked the mile and a hall
from Jumbey Village to
Rawson Square today an
anti-climactic finale to a week
of high-pressure build-up lby
the People's Positive Action
committeee .
Only 31 placard- bearing
marchers left Jumley Village
on Blue Hill Road a few
minutes after ) a.im.; do/ens of
extra demonstrators were
picked up along the route until
98 were counted crossing Bay
Street from FIast Street into
Fast Street slip.
Speculation that there
minigh hbe a violent
confrontat; on Ixtween Ihe
marchers and a smaller group
of pro-;ovemnment demon-
strators in Rawson Square
proved groundless.
Plans for today's march were
initialed by the PPAC to
support Grove M.P. I'xiiund
Moxey in his allegation that
Government. and particularly
the Tourism Ministry, are not
doing enough to bring Ihe grass
roots over-the-hill people into
the country's econlomni
mainstream.
Mr. Moxey's complainLt
have centered around alleged
deletion of the Jumbey Village
ctillural centre from the 1974
budget allocations.
(;overniK'ntl has maintained
the allocation is now under tlhe
I education Ministry head. but
no reference to it has been
found.


WOMAN ARRESTED
JUMBEY VILLAGE demonstrators had their number
reduced by one when police arrested a woman placard
carrier who was allegedly taken into custody on a
housebreaking and stealing charge today.
Police reported that the woman, who is expected to be
charged dsortly. was arrested on a warrant. She had been
ought for nome time by police.
Police have not identified the demonstrator.


As the PPAC( publicity
build-up for the Inarch picked
up imomientumn it shifted fromi
the Jutinhey Village issue
specifically to government t
policies and practices in
general.
But the placards cared
I his morning by Ihe
demonstrators were concerned
mainly with .luntim y Village
and its alleged lack ol
(;ovcrninent adverl rising
support.
As Ihe mlar.hurs lined upt in
.luml' '- Vil;,:.,c I'lefo'tr slarling
out I TA'" se'ct.ary Alfred
Butler. a former rnal.ional vice
chairman of the PIP. conceded
lie numllber olf parlicipanis was
small but showed no
disappoinlitmnl.
"A march always stars on i.1
low key and builds up.," hi,
said. "I amt clatcd at the
nunlhber of |lp.'ople we do Ihai\
to start off with."
Slhcii' wvas iltually none ot
Ihe heckling usually associated
wit h ant; i -G(overn menl
delmonsltralions here as the
protesters marched along Blue
Hill Road. )uke St.. Princess
St. and I'ast St. There were fCew
spectators along t he way.
The march officially ended
at the last St. slip. but placard
carriers stayed togclther in a
compact group behind police
barricades on the northern side
of Bay St. while 12 of their
number walked a picket line in
shifts on the opposite side of
the street outside the House of
Assembly.
Some 300 spectators lined
Bay Street and Bank Lane
when the marchers arrived on
the scene, and the number
grew as passeis-hy stopped to
watch the pickelling. staying
around 500. It was hot and
sticky. with temperatures high
in lhei eighties.
Included in those watching
the picket were 12


count ter-tdemonst rators. most
ol then menibers of John
"'( hippl'" ('hipmi n's junka-
n(o group, cight ol I htle
supporting four pro-C4;ov'rn-
iI lnt banners and all wearing
p o-( ovcrn mcint placards.
Mr. Moxey was slated to
move for adopt ion this
morning ol a blouse select
commitict to consider Ihe
"cultural, social and economic
plight" ol BHalamians. When he
arised Ior the IHouse meeting
ai I0: 15 lie was greeted by
loud cheers from some
members ol the crowd.
liI said lie was "very mtuch
pleased" -by Ihe demtonst ration,
bul said he did not think it
would affecc I he House vote on
his motion.
lHe appeared to be unusually
nervous.
Prime Minister Iynidcn
Pindling. I ourisin Ministei
('Cleient I. \ay nard.
Iransporl Minislcr (;corge
Smill and llome \clairs
Minister I)arrel I Rolle
crossed tle' street togethliei
tron thie cabinett Ollice in the
Churc'hill Building shortly
after. followed liv Develop-
mcnl Minister Alfred Maycock.
I li.' ;'rour was met by
mixedl .Iters annd cheers from
the crowd.
Mr. Butle: told T he Tribune
his aroup I planned to continue
the demo nstration for as lo6r
as today's [louse meeting
cont inued.
Mr. Butler said "this is just
the begiinning." And he told a
newsman that although he
didn't necessarily want to
change litc government, the
PPAC did want change. The
"ioup said iI was n%% iessar too
ihae a Lhange in the practliles
and policies o' the goSernlent
Because there had heen lar too
much going on that had been
detrimental to the people of
the country


back to work,


DOWN
was a change in ownership hi
since then other than various
closures for renovations, the
hotel has run smoothly.
An American manager of the
hotel. Robert Aarons; was"
given 24 hours to kleav the
island by il migration
authorities in Januar. 1972.
Mr. McNahh well-known in
the Baham;las. was appointed
manager in May, 1972.
('losurc ol 100 rooms and
the coffee hop at Frecport's
250-room Lucayan Beach
Hotel has been confirmed by
general iiania3n .r JoIiseh B.
Ilendrie. The hotel is
understood to ix retaining 50
percent of its stal'lff The other
50 percent are to. be laid off
for the month of June.
Ilnderstood to
contributing to the hotel' 2
percent drop off in l iusiiess
this year has been the closing
of the Monte Carlo Casino in
the hotel last December.
The hotel has applied to
(;uovernnentl for a -casino
licence hut. has not hid adIy
reply to its february
application.
It is ol know( wharteffect
such closures are likely to have
on the (oombay Sumtecr '74
tlo rist pictlu e.


Gazebo strikers


win "victor
WORKERS in the Gazebo
Coffee Shop and the Imperial
Dining Room at the Par:adis:
Island Hotel staged i wild-cat
strike during munch of
yesterday in protest over
shortened work-weeks and
cut-backs in gratuities.
Tle dispute was resolved
"in favour of the workers",
Hotel and Catering Workers
Union secretary Bobby
Glinton told The Tribune.
Short work-weeks for
employees in the Trade Winds
bar were also the subject of
negotiations, but there was
no strike action there as the
dispute was resolved before
the bar opened for business
yesterday evening.
Mr. Glinton said that
management last week began
rostering coffee shop and bar
employees to wr'k only three
or four days and, in the cases
of a few employees, only two
or three days a week. The
short-week rostering was
being continued this week he
said.
In the dining room, Mr.
Glinton said, management
two weeks ago cut the
waiters' fixed gratuities on
pre-paid dinners for Modified
American Plan (MAP) guests
from $1.50 per guest for
dinner to $1.25. Management
alleged that the $1.50 a
percentage of pre-paid dinner
prices, was a result of a
management error.
When the cut was
instituted, the unionist
continued, there was a
meeting with management in
which it was agreed that
waiters would temporarily
accept the $1.25 dinner tip in
exchange from an increases in
the breakfast gratuity from 45
cents to 60 cents per guest.

Locked do


bank band
A MASKI:1) gunmann's
allcinpl to holdup the ('able
Beach ('hase Manhattan Bank
around 12:30 this afternoon
was foiled ... when he was
unable to enter the door of the
building.
Slide robber fled after trying
twice to open the door to the
building. lie had alerted a bank
teller by thumping the glass
entrance.
Bank teller Anthony ('arroll
said that the ian sprinted
toward a while Dodge Duster
car. parked at the eastern side
ofl the ank. and sped off after
discovering the bank door was
locked.
Ilddica Moss. accountant at
lh. ('Cable Beach branch. said
she Iloked tup after hearing lihe
door being knocked and saw a
man wearing a mask.
"Our system of operation r j..
that one has to be admittedi'
into the hank," she mki. 'L T-':
man was a Bahami.an. ihe akft


but only until the workers
obtained the information
they needed to prove that the
$1.50 dinner tip was what
they had always been getting
and that it was in I e with
Ihftips in other hotels.
,4 further meeting en g fI
issue was scheduled for
Monday last week but had to
be postponed because hotel
general manager John
Galloway was off the la md.
On Monday this week the
waiters "felt too much time
was passing and they were
losing too much money." -so
when the dining room dosied
they carried the signed MAP
dinner cheques home with
them.
Mr. Glinton said it. took a
union official until five.
o'clock the next morning to
find all the waiters andreturn
the checks.
Still dissatisfied, both the
dining room waiters and the
coffee shop waitresses walked
off the job at about 9 a.m.
yesterday, after most guests
had breakfasted. Mr. Glinton
said.
A meeting later in the
morning with management
produced a management
promise that the fostering
would be reviewed- and that
the hotel's head office in New
York would be consulted on
the union's demands.
In a second meeting
yesterday evening the
disputes were both resolved
in the workers' favouir,Mr.
Glinton said.
He said the coffee shop
employees returned to work
in time to serve lunch
yesterday, while dining room
workers went back on the job
in time to serve late dilters,

or foils


and wore green trousers with a
multicolored strilied'shirt and
blue dungarees. lie had a gun
in his hand.

Man jailed
ARTIIIR "Jamrwws Btwid"
Whyly. t 27-yeur-oild t'remepot,
Randnd Bah;inmi. ni3l reflfery
worker was senlcnced tu three
years in prison hy t'hivl!' Jumdi4u
Leonard J Knowlue nRtday
after pleading gtujly oi a
chargeofarsonm. ':, .
P,,liee accused 'Whity ii
.lIhmfi. I ds.i, ..M ri.l jll. '.


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T'111 NASSAUl Ilarbour ('Club
on I:asl Bay Street is closing
"indefinitely" and the Lucayan
Beach Hotel is to close 100
rooms for the summer. This
griim report was confirmed by
The Tribune today to add to
the economic storm clouds
over the local economy.
"Yes, we're closing. We've
had to give the staff two
weeks' notice. There is no lime
for rc-opening. We are closing,
indefinitely." manager Pete
McNabb told The Tribune.
"It's just because of the high
costs and although we've had a
relatively good season, it's just
impossible to make a sure
profit. I'm very sorry about it.
really sorry." he said.
The 50 -room Nassau
Iarbour Club will be closing all
their rooms in two weeks' lime
about June 1I th and some
15 hotel employees will be out
of a job.
The marina, which has
enjoyed a very good season, is
to remain open butl no decision
has yet been made on the
dining room which is a
favourite luncheon rende/vous
for many residents
he ('lub had some sta(
problems in 1971 when there


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Girl gravely ill after

pop concert hysteria


Recession

fears

fade
WASHIIN(TON Fears of a
recession are fading, but
additional increases in prices
and unemployment lie ahead,
the Nixon administration told
Congress yesterday.
"'vents have tended to
dispel the earlier fear of a
recession either in the
United States or worldwide
said a report prepared by
ttit president's Council of
Scononic Advisers.
But it argued against a tax
cut andl emphasized restraint
on government spending to
help control inflation.
t he report said the rate of
i'l"ition will subside to the
"nrighiorhood of 7 per cent"
in the fourth quarter of this
ecar, down from the 12.1 per
,ent rate of the first three
!lon ths.
ti average price increases
tli t'ie year will be around 8
per cent. Council chairman
lHerbrt Stein said at a news

S'rPinployment may rise to
... i 5.5 and 6 per cent by
i:d of the year, but no
:!i ,. tihe report said. The
ikbl.,k '.ite in April was 5 per
'!ntI
On lie plus side, food and
irel prices are rising less
! apIdls and industrial
production was up in April for
the first time in five months,
'1 ,iporit said.
I i, oirincil estimated that
ildisti ral output will increase
a nr a annual rate of around 4
n* after mid-year.
!ir pretace to the report,
icesidcrilt Nixon called for
t isctI! restraint.

Whitlam wins
\ SI RALIAN Prime
SMinister Gough Whitlam today
limhetl victory in the general
icJu:rn ofi May 18. He said his
Labour government would
have a working majority in the
\usitrilian Iouse and increased
strength in the nation's Senate.
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Extremists suspend



crippling strike

BELFAST The Protestant extremist Ulster Workers' Council today suspended
the 15-day-old strike that paralyzed Northern Ireland's economy and brought down
the British province's government.
Jim Smyth, spokesman for the council, said strikers were being told to return to work because
"we don't feel there is any ooint in proloneine the hardship."


KISSINGER


ON VERGE


OF SUCCESS


JERUSALEM Henry
Kissinger appeared today on
the verge of successfully ending
his Middle East peace mission
as Israel's spokesman predicted
a settlement with Syria.
The Israeli Cabinet met this
morning. Before the session,
Information Minister Shimon
Peres told newsmen that "in
very general terms" an
agreement to separate the two
hostile armies in the Golan
Heights would be announced
later in the day.
Syrian and Israeli gunners
have waged a war of attrition
along the 40-mile Golan front
for 78 days, and the object of
Kissinger's mission has been to
separate them as he did earlier
with the Israeli and Egyptian
armies along the Suez canal.
United States officials were
unusually reserved in
dispensing information. One
senior American official said
chances for a settlement were
good, but now "it depends on
Israel."
Kissinger, the U.S. Secretary
of State, was silent but smiling
as he returned in the early
morning from four hours of
talks with Syrian President
Hafez Assad.
A Syrian presidential
spokesman said later that most
points discussed by the two
"have been settled."
Arriving in Jerusalem,
Kissinger immediately briefed
Premier Golda Meir's
negotiating team.
Kissinger had. extended his
33-day Middle East stay yet
another day Tuesday for yet
another trip his 13th to
Syria to carry unspecified
Israeli "clarifications"
personally to Assad.
Before leaving the Syrian
capital, Kissinger paid a


half-hour "courtesy call" on
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei
Gromyko, who was in Syria on
an unexplained visit.
The Israeli government
accepted undisclosed American
safeguards against Palestinian
terrorist attacks from Syria and
will drop demands for Syrian
guarantees, the Israeli State
Radio said today.
The broadcast said the
Cabinet "decided to rely on an
American commitment
regarding the terrorists, and
not to demand a Syrian
promise to prevent terrorist
activities from Syria in the
body of the agreement."
The Cabinet was meeting to
take a final decision on a
disengagement pact with Syria
mediated by Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger. The broadcast
did not give its source for the
secret decision.
Israel's demand for an end
to Arab infiltration over the
Syrian border reportedly was
an I th-hour snag in reaching
an agreement to separate
Syrian and Israeli forces in the
Golan Heights.
The radio also reported that
American newsmen
accompanying Kissinger had
said the proposed pact would
limit Israeli and Syrian
front-line forces to 6,000 men,
75 tanks and 36 artillery pieces
each within six miles of a
buffer zone patrolled by
United Nations forces.
The U.N. zone would range
from V1 to four miles in
width, with forces of about
1,250 men, the radio said. *'
The broadcast said the
proposed cease-fire line would
run 300 yards west of
Queentra, the Syrian capitalof
the Golan Heights now held by
Israeli The city would thus be
returned to Syria.


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Billy Graham lashes moral


tone in Nixon transcripts


NEW YORI Evangelist Watergate.
Billy Graham said last night he Graham, a long-time friend
could "not but deplore the of the President, said in a
moral tone implied" in the statement that reading the
transcripts of President Nixon's material had been "a
conversations concerning profoundly disturbing and
disappointing experience."


"What comes through in
these tapes is not the man I
have known for many years,"
he said. "Other mutual friends
have made the same
observation."
He said the conversations
indicate that "a nation
confused for years by the
teaching of situational ethics
now finds itself dismayed by
those in government who
apparently parctised it.
"We have lost our moral
compass. We must get it back."
However, he said Nixon
remains "my friend, and I have
no intention of forsaking him
now.
"Nor will I judge him as a
man in totality on the basis of
these relatively few hours of
conversation under such severe
pressure. But I would be
neither his friend nor God's
servant if I did not point out
what the righteousness of God
demands at such a time as
this."
Graham, who earlier
declined comment on the
transcripts until he had time to
read them, said he has spent
several days doing so, and was
deeply disturbed by them.
"Our repudiation of
wrongdoing and our
condemnation of evil,
however, must be tempered by
compassion for the
wrongdoers," he said.
"Many a stone is being cast
by persons whose own lives
could not bear like scrutiny.
Therefore we dare not be
self-righteous."
He said that "one cannot
but deplore the moral tone
implied in these papers and
though we know that other
presidents have used equally
objectionable language it
does not make it right.
"Thou shalt not take the
name of the Lord thy God in
vain is a commandment that
has not been suspended,
regardless of any need to
release tensions."
Graham issued the statement
from his home in Montreat,
North Carolina. (AP)


But he left open the
possibility that unless their
demands were met the strike
will begin again. It has been
suspended, not called off
completely, he said.
Smyth said there would be a
phased return to work, and
that heavy industry could not
resume until Monday because
sufficient power would not be
available until then. However,
the council sent some utility
workers back to work today.
The announcement came as
Prime Minister Harold Wilson
called a meeting in London
with his Cabinet to discuss
ways to solve the crisis in the
province prompted by the
resignation yesterday of
Protestant members of Chief
Minister Brian Faulkner's
executive, the provincial
government.
Leaders of the walkout gave
no immediate reason for calling
it off. The move reversed early
extremist pledges not to return
to work until Wilson made his
announcement on the
provincial administration.
For some, the strike has
assumed desperate proportions.
"God forgive me, but I wish
my children were in hospital.
At least they might get a whole
meal there," said one Roman
Catholic mother in Belfast.
In two days, the city's
Catholics said, they would be
"staring starvation in the face"
unless the devastating strike by
Northern' Ireland's Protestant
militants ended.
Food stocks, along with
other basics of life such as gas
and coal, would be exhausted
by then, community leaders
said.
The strike left the Catholics
virtually beseiged, ringed by
what they consider hostile
"prod" territory.
The Protestant militants
control the power stations, the
gas plants the farms and other
essential services. Most shut
down.
The only lifeline the
Catholics say they have is the
roads leading south into the
predominantly Catholic Irish
Republic


Offence

No.592
LEEDS, England
George Arthur Linstrum.
78, who claims a world
record for the most court
appearances, has been back
in the dock for the 592nd
time.
The latest trip was
yesterday 24 hours after
his last appearance for being
drmnk and disorderly.
He made his 500th
appearance before a
magistrate May 29, 1971,
and found his way into the
Guineas Book "f Records.
His first appearance on
drinking charges, was in
Magistrate Roy Pearson
told him yesterday: "The
times you have promised you
won't get mixed up in it any
more, and here you are. If it
was winter, you know where
you would go ... But it's
simmer. Enjoy the summer
while you can."
And George walked out,
a free man. (AP)

Coffee shop

lover
YOKOHAMA, Japan --
Noriyoshi Ohara was a
32-year-old man without a
job but adept in the art of
wooing unsuspecting
women, police said.
Ohara was successful in
his approach in coffee shops
and tea parlours, making
dates with his fair ladies and
then intimidating them by
threatening to expose their
clandestine love relations
with him.
Police said Ohara had
extorted 500,000 yen
(about $1,708) for more
than nine months.

Children

'tortured'
NEW YORK Police say
four young children were
tortured and imprisoned
with their mother for
months by a man who in
one instance put one of the
youngsters in a lighted oven.
"Sotero Vasquez, 33, was
arrested and charged with
keeping his girl friend-and
her four children, ages three
to eight years, near
starvation in their Bronx
apartment.
Among the tortures he
allegedly inflicted on the
children were coating their
knees with syrup and
forcing them to scurry
across a floor sprikled with
rice; pouring hot candlewax
on their buttocks; locking
them in a cupboard and
forcing a child to stand on a
chair with his neck in a
noose while the chair was
rocked.
Vasquez kept the
apartment padlocked and
the windows nailed shut,


Industry idle


in mass


Italian demos


ROME More than half a
million Italians demonstrated
today against Fascist violence,
while left-wing extremists
attacked rightist targets with
bombs, stones and fire in
various cities.
All activities from industry
to the Stock Market were idle
in a half-day nationwide strike
called to protest the bomb
attack which killed six and
injured 94 during an
anti-Fascist rally in Brescia
yesterday.
Unions and all parties except
the rightist Italian social
movement joined in organizing
mass rallies in all Italian cities.
Police estimated more than
500,000 persons marched in
demonstrations held from the
Alps to Sicily.
Police said order prevailed as
a whole. But in Rome, Milan
and other cities they reported
squads of leftist youths roamed
through the streets, and
attacked anything and anyone
they linked with rightwing
extremism.
In Milan, dozens of youths
threw gasoline bombs and
stones at cafes where
right-wing extremists like to
meet. They set one cafe afire
and fled before police rushed
to the scene.
Other groups hurled two
gasoline bombs at the Milan
offices of the Spanish airline
Iberia, shattering the windows
and setting furniture afire.
It was the third attack
against the Iberia office in two
months. The Spanish airline
became a target of leftist anger
following reports that rightist
extremists wanted by police
have found refuge in Spain.
Police clashed with youths
trying to raid the offices of
Candido, a rightist Milan-based
magazine whose headquarters
were destroyed by an
explosion in 1972. Four


policemen were
today's clash.


injured in


In Naples, unidentified
persons attacked the apartment
of a member of the Italian
social movement, the party
heir to the shattered dreams of
Fascist dictator Benito
Mussolini. Police said the
assailants hurled gasoline
bombs then fled.
A group of demonstrators
raided the premises of a rightist
Naples club wrecking the
furniture.
In Rome, angry leftists
staged attacks


LONDON American pop
music star David Cassidy
wound up a British tour on a
low note when less than half
the expected 20,000 fans
turned up for his farewell
concert last night.
A spokesman for the
organizers said parents had
prevented their daughters from
going to the concert following
the hysterical crush that
injured hundreds of teenagers
at Cassidy's performance in
White City stadium Sunday.
One fan, 14-year-old
Bernadette Whelan, suffered


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stopped beating in Sunday's
hysteria. She was reported
today to be "still gravely ill" in
a hospital where she is being
kept alive with a breathing
machine. Her chances of
survival were described as slim.
Bernadette's mother said:
"If only I had never allowed
her to go to that concert. The
only consolation I can get from
this tragedy is that other
mothers may learn from it."
Cassidy, 24, who has sent
Bernadettae a "get-well"
bouquet of flowers, was


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m


quoted as saying: "I haven't
been sleeping too well because
I've been so worried about
her."
Cassidy's last concert at
Manchester City Football
Ground in northern England
was comparatively peaceful
About 70 girls were given first
aid treatment on the spot by
squads of stewards.
Organizers had taken the
precaution of smuggling
Cassidy into the stadium
disguised as an ambulance man.
(AP)

MINERS DIE

IN RIOT
JOHANNESBURG Two
African mineworkers died and
another five were injured in
rioting today at the Loraine
gold mine near Welkom, an
Anglo-Vaal group spokesman
said.
One of the rioters was shot
dead by police. The other was
killed by fellow workers.
An Anglo-Vaal statement
said the rioting followed a
wages dispute involving
workers at the number three
shaft hostel that houses 3,000
employees.
"Calls for a return to normal
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The Tribune --- Wednesday, May 29, 1974


ghte rtrbun
Nvuus Amwcrn JUAURm IN VEMRA MAGMISH
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, PubUllwr/Edgtor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E.. K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
PubUiter/Editor 1917.1972
Contributin Editor 1972 -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publsher/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Advertising 2-1986, 2-2768

Wednesday, May 29, 1974


By ETIENNIE DUPUCH
FOR MANY years I was so completely tied to The Tribune
that it was difficult for me to spend an afternoon even at Ilog
Island.
I was constantly needed in every department in the
organization. When I wasn't writing articles I was covering news
stories or operating a machine or out on the road selling
advertising and printing, running a message or delivering a copy of
The Tribune to a subscriber who phoned to say the delivery boy
had missed him. For years I worked about 22 hours a day, six
days a week.
That's how The Tribune was built up. I worked while others
played or slept.

I was faced with a problem when I decided to make my first
-;, long trip abroad. My daughter, Eilcen Carron.who is now Editor
:-,of the newspaper, was home on vacation from Toronto
U'::University. During the summer months ... over the years ... she
:-;had worked in the various departments of The Tribune. She knew
Show to run th, whole place. She could do news stories but at thai
::time she didn't have the experience needed for writing this
column.
SToday, she could do this daily column but the business has
-.expanded so greatly and with a shortage of staff she hasn't
.::the time to do it. And so I am still occupying this space daily.

I wasn't sure whether I should go away and leave the paper
:.wiliout anyone to write this column. I didn't want to recruit
.:.anyone from tlhe outside to carry on temporarily for fear that an
S outsider might involve the paper into statements I would he
.;unable to endorse.
This happened once before ... in 1927 ... when I went to St.
John's University in Minnesota for a year. When I came home the
town was involved in one of lhe biggest and one of the most
significant political conflicts of the century.
I found tha, ,he man I had installed to act in my place had
taken what I considered the wrong side. I couldn't o ithoi;,:
Switch it ... and so it became my painful utly to slate oluntly that I
Swas changing sides.
There had always been a veiled rivalry between the local
political bosses and the English official class For tlie first litme in
Smy knowledge this conllicl broke out in the open with Ihe
Bahamian Legislalive Council siding with he Governor in an open
Sight willIh Ihe I louse of Assembly.
S Oh yes. I am sure you will want ito kli;,w ... I sided will tlie
ILegislative council l and the (;Govei nor.
***** * ,
I resolved my problem by writing a series of animal stories to
S.ill this column. They were storiesabout my own animals dogs
and cats, horses and cows, racoons and rabbits, chickens and
birds, sheep and goals. aund so on.
Believe it or not ... animals have personalities too. And some of
llthem have a very distinctive character.
I was upset when I came back to Nassau to find that someone
-; had objected to these stories ... she wanted to know why I didn't
Write about her aniillats loo.
This, of cotur.c. was a ridiculous objection. A writer can only
d isctuss the Iliings he knows. I couldn't write aboul an animal that
I had not observed for a long tlimie.
This was lly daughter's first experience with human oddities.
She stopped publishing the stories. This was a mistake because
iianiy people aItcr asked me why the stories had been stopped ...
they were enljoying Ihelii.
By tIhat little I had destroyed tie stories alnd. much lo my
wile's regrcl. I have never felt like writing tllem again.
* *1 * *
Nothing went wrong wliile I was away on Ilhis trip ... except
t lia tlhe stories had not appeared as planned.
And so aller Ihal my wife and I went away whenever out
daughter came home for the holidays. This was a good break for
uis. But, miiore important still, Itlis was the best way to prepare
Mrs. Carrrn lor lthe major job slie is doing today.
I then iried something else. I started writing stories about myn
SIravels. This lite theie was ilo mistake. These articles caught the
public's intigiinalion because I seemed able lo make my readers
fccl Ihal they were sharing ily experiences.
As time passed I broadened tlie scope of these sh, :;s I,
Sinclucd experiences I had had over the years. And I s;oh Imou id
hatl li stories readers liked miosi were Ithose iin wnvicil I ilt
Simyself in a ridiculous position. .i
I think lihe reason for this is that many people have h-,d thlie
same kind of experiences but would be afraid or .ishamled ilo
m mention them. Since I have no inhibitions I don't mind anyone
knowing about the funny things that have happened to mile.
S Some of lte hllings about myself I al I laugh alt m11anyi people
Should take seriously and so when they read about my ridiculous
Experiences il releases somet illg inside thlem ... and then they
Scan laugh :a themselves loo.
*** ** *
: I read ;i news story in Thl Miaminti/'rai/il recently that lliade ite
recall one of tlie tfunniest tIlings Ihal has ever happened to mte..
The news story was about a large school of blucfish thal wcttl
into a feeding frenzy near Htanlove Beach. Florida. hilinig at lIast
'I 11 young bathers, three seriously.
A 14-year-old girl required 55 stitches lior a wound in her lower
leg. Another youngster ran out of tlhe shallow water '.vitai a
iwo-fool fish clamped to his finger.
A 10-year-old buoy was trying Io0 catch a mullel in his sil iI
When a bluclish bil his finger and wouiln'l lt go.
When IIlii unusual incident look police hlie bluefil'sh use ic
chasing a school of mullets. A lilegu.iid al llhe beach slid thaI llhe
Sbluefishl didn't allack the halthers. "The bathers .lus gol in llthe
way as llhey pursued Ihe Imullcts lo shore." lie explained.

This 'lsh sloiy reminded tie of an experience I had wuill .t
'" small hound fisl one day wliile wading al a beach in NJssaI I
Snust have been aboul II yeausold Ilhen because tmy notlhei died
"when I was 10 and tlhi happened soon afl'ei hIe passing.
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become a reality in New
Providence with the opening of
The Women's Housing A-Sue
Limited pilot project. With the
successful completion of the
;irst !hrec model homes the
next stage will he a 620-home
project to he known as The
Gladstone Road )Development.
Developed h> The Women's
I housing A-Sue Limited,
atltiliated witli the N,itional
ci'omens Movement of which
Se-intor IDr. Doris L.. Johnson is
National Director, and in


issociitio n with Fi anklyn
Wilson. M.IP.. a chartered
.act-o.listintl. Btruo tBraynen
M Pl.. licensed comnractor, a i'
Stanley rar/e. a f'ln cial ;ti.l
management iconsill.u l It: "
ic w (; ladstone Road
Ievelopmen! provides a choice
of Ihree-bedroom model homes
in three si/es. The largest house
is substantiallyy under
S 10.000." an A-Sue spokesman
said.
I)Dr Johnson announced
today that the formal opening
of the housing development hby
Priie Minister. l.ynden
Pindling. will take place on
Friday at 4 p.mi. I hose
attending hle opening will have
an opportunity to inspect the
Iirte completed model homes
which are located w'est of ilue
Ilill Road in Yellow I 'der
gardenss Io visit thet hoiiecs.
driving souill turn right olf
Blue Iill Road iust before the
round about. then first lelt and
rigl t again.
I.aind inll t (;iladslone Roald
Development area has beei'
set aside b tlie (;overnmeint
for a Iour Neighbour hood
Scheme,. and liThe Woiomen's
Ilousing A-Sue I iiilet' lias
been tlhe firsi to apply wilh a
comprehensive develople'ni
plain.
Minister of DIevelopmlent,
A f red May cock. has made
Section N-I of the scheme
available loin tlie (Gladstone
Road Development under a
conditional lease purcliase
agreement. I lie clusterr
a rraInciemnCe of I ie
developnienl was designed by
Rodnet Br nineni. a seilor
arc i ie' tiural sltit t i't at
Ilow\ ard I niersity. Mr.
Brennen and Di. Jerome
I.indsey. )Dcan of tlie Schoo; o0!
.\rcliitectuite. have Imade


several trips to Nassau to
confer with Government
officials and representatives of
the developers.
Initial financing for the pilot
development has been provided
by Nassau Housing Limited. a
subsidiary of Property
Resources Limited, and the
Bahamas Commonwealth Bank
Limited.
"The three model homes,"
said Dr. Johnson in announcing
the opening of the pilot
scheme. "have been built
through the help and courtesy


of the Minister of health.
Loftus Roker. and the homes
have been approved by the
Ministry of Works f)r
construction throughout tie
Biah:imas. In fact, this low-co..t
housing scheme would not
have been possible without the
technical assistance of the
Departments of governmentt. "
It is anticipated that full
financing for the next and
future stages will be provided
by a wide ranging group of
Na ssa u-based financial
institutions in co-operation
with Government. who are
making the land available lor
the project.
"The paramount object ot
the project.' D)r. Johnson
states. "is to provide an
opportunity for lower inconti
Bahamiians to become
home-owners at a cost within
their means.
"In keeping with tIhat
principle, a limitation will he
put on those who qualify as
purchasers. Our aim is to niov'
low -income Bahamians into
comfortable houses in an
uncrowded \em ironment."
families who qualify will
make a single mionthli
payment to Ilie' Wo Imen
Housing A-Sue Linlited
covering almorti/ation and
interest on the mortgage and
land cost. I'he amount of
monthly pa)iyments will depend
on the niodel home selected.
I he houses are
pre-fabricated i n cementtC l 'id
asbestos panels which are laid
on a concrete slab. The\ ate
fire-proof and strong e tough to
stand tup to hurricane winds.
fIhe basic design varies
primarily in floor space. and all
three model hoilmes contain a
living-dining.area. kitchen, bath
and three bedrooms.


hailt suil. I didn't own a balh suit lintil I was a big boy.
This day I was wading hip-high in the water and everything
I'loalable i it aon ILy ant13 y was Iloating loose.
A small hound fIish I hlank (;od lie was small was just lazing
Illo ioitless in Ihe water.
ot)i know w%%11.11 .1 liound fish looks like Ione and naiio\ like
J bt iiactida \itli j hi g hai iacjiud mouth but. thank (oIl. not ins,
higtg eelit
WHilitiu an\1 111.11wing that h IIc lIound l isl IlashcI his It'il I uc
and ilthe Inemi ihtlin I knew hlie .was Iir mng t irun aa.%a\ llth in

All I caii 1sj i it' a dain d good l inugt if wa:sn'i 'a blu.'fish I
itmihlt hlc Ila losi1 Ii. im llel

A THIIOL(;T I-OR TODAY
1' wsinikles muslt e witlen tupion our brows. lel licinm ni: he
willt et' uponi tile lheai i. The spit Ishould not giow old. JAMI S
A. GARFII-I D


Included in the house cost
are asbestos root. electrical
wiring. plumbing, exterior
painting, a hand .sink. toilet.
shower, kitchen cabinets antd a
front porch. Purchasers. should
they so desire, may ordei floor.
and bathroom tiling, wall
paper, refrigerator and stove.
etc.. at their own expense.
Grading of the land is also
provided. However, the cost of
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Robinhood Flour 5 Ibs.
Mahatma Rice 10 Ibs.
Tropi-Callo Orange Drink 64 oz.
Irish Spring Soap 3 Bars
Libbv's Sweet Peas 303
Pepsi 5 Tins
Ajax All Purpose Liquid 28 oz.
Fab King Size
Carnation Cream Large 3 Tins
Campbell's Vegetable Soup 3 Tins


SALT BEEF


89c
59c
58c
$1.42
59c
$1.15
$4.60
75c
99c
45c
99c
89c
$1.59
99c
89c


lb. 99C


NASSAU PORTION CONTROL
Phone 23237 CENTRE SthIferaeCatwille


10 HALF CHICKEN'S
lObs MUTTON
51bs.PORTERHOUSE STEAKS
48/2oz OR 24/4oz. BEEF PATTES
1Olbs.PORK CHOPS
51bs.SIRLOIN STEAKS
51bs. 8oz./10oz.CUBE STEAKS
10Ibs. PORK CHOP ENDS


U.S.GOOD STRIP STEAK


for $10.00
*10.00
*12.00 (2.40perlb.)
(6bs.) -'700
$11.00 (L10 per lb3
'10.00 (2.00 perlb.)
'10.00 (2.00perlb.)
$10.00 ('.00per b.)


12 for'11.50


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3 PHONE 24
KRAFT
MACARONI DINNER
BAMA
PEANUT BITTER

JOY LIQUID

CAIN DETERGENT
BAMA
MAYONNAISE
SAWYER'S
WHOLE TOMATOES

BLUE CHEER


FOOD STORE
4524 P. O. BOX 6143 1


7oz. 45C

,18oz. 1.20

King Size $1.25


Giant $1.10

Qts. $1.30


20oz. 500

20 oz. 500


KELLOGGS
POP TARTS 800
CELERY Head 40a


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Phone 24030............Montrose Avenue
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OPEN SUNDAY MORNING 8 10 a.m.


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REGULAR HANS WHOLE


PICNIC HAMS


U.S. CHOICE
SIRLOIN STEAK
U.S. CHOICE
T-BONE STEAK


b. $1.39
Ib. $1.39

lb. 99C


WHOLE CHICKENS
SPARE RIBS


lb. 90C
lb. StC


Ib. $2.39

Ib. $2.49


U.S. CHOICE
PORTERHOUSE STEAK Ib. S2.49


U.S. CHOICE
CHUCK ROAST


I


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Lemons per dozen
Delmonte Fruit Cocktail 15 ozs. 2 for


b. 99C
99c
96c
99c


Maxwell House Coffee 10 ozs.
Delsey Bathroom Tissue Double
Pinesol Cleanser Disinfectant 15 ozs.
Morton's Salt
Onions 2 Ibs.
Blanco Bleach % Gals.
Can Cokes 12 ozs. 5 for
Malta Hatuey 6 Pk.


$2.29
53c
94c
21c
39c
65c
99c
$1.39


U.S. CHOICE
PORTERHOUSE STEAK
US. CHOICE
CHUCK STEAK
U.S. CHOICE
T-BONE STEAK


U.S. CHOICE
SHOULDER ROAST
U.S. CHOICE
SHOULDER STEAK


S.IM DANDY GRITS

. MAHATA RICE

SKERRY GOLD BUTTER

.PEPS ILA


Ib. $2.39


lb.


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IGiant Size
99C


99C


Ib. $2.39

b. $1.3

b. $139


5 lb. Pkge 9 e

10 lb.Pkge. 4.99

lb. Pke. 3for 9


12 oz. Can 6 for


996


Libby's
Green
Lima Beans
14 oz. Can


Centreville

Food Market
6th Terrace East ?.O. Box 5714 Phone 5-8106
Store Hours Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. 8:30 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 8 a.m. 9 p.m.
LSun. 8 a.m. 10 a.m.
Regal Malt Tonic 6 Bot. Pack $135 Ctn.
Sawyers's Whole Canned Tomatoes 2 for 89c
Pinesol Disinfects 28 oz. Bot. $1.35
Kraft Fresh Orange Juice % Gal. $1.69
Fresh Juice Oranges 5 b. Bag. $1.19
Cello Carrots Pkge. 27c


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you'll find that Planned Savings can work for
you.
Each payoay, why not put part of what you
earn into a Commerce Savings Account?


Soon, you'll have saved the money you need
for that special occasion.We help your
money grow by adding interest regularly.
That's why we say, "You and the Commerce.
Together we're both stronger".




CANADIAN IMPERIAL
BANK OF COMMERCE


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The Tribune Wednesday, May 29, 1974
,.


DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER and Minister of Finance, the Ho. Arthur
D. Hanna officially opened the annual International Group Teasurers and
Controllers Conference of Burroughs Corporation at Holiday Inn, wadk
.sland. Shown (from left) Mr. Robert A. Sack, International Cotroller tor
aijrusghs; Mr. Hanna, Mr. Thompson E. Garvale, Vce President and
fTonroulr of Burroughs; Mr. Errol L. Knowles, Chief Accountant for
" Burroughs Bahamas and Mr. Donald L. Thompson, General Manager.


By Abigail Van Buren
S14 r bY cbaM Trra-N. Y. Nm iW v Mlt.
DEAR ABBY: You hear so much talk about how terrible
the young people are, but how about the adults?
This new streaking fad is being encouraged by people
who are old enough to know better. You can't pick up a
newspaper without reading about a streaker. And everyone
thinks it's something to laugh about.
Well, last week my 43-year-old husband went to take his
usual shower before dinner, when all of a sudden we heard
the shower door bang, and in nothing flat here come my
husband running completely naked past me, our teen-aged
daughter and two teen-aged sons! He ran through the living
room, dining room, kitchen and back to the bedroom. He
Thought he was being funny. I was furious, and the children
Were too shocked to say anything.
DISGUSTED
DEAR DISGUSTED: I think that there Is so mach to cry
about today, that streaking is part of the "mayttag4or-4-
laugh" syndrome. For my part, if something I dida't waat
Sto see more of came Into view, I'd quickly cle my eyes.
DEAR ABBY: I am doing time in a federal penitentlary,
and have noticed that you seem to have a sympathetic
Feeling toward prisoners.
:-I won't go into my history because it would take up your
whole column, but I do have a favor to ask of you. I want
to study the Bible, but I don't have one. Could you please
send me one? I am a Christian. I am not begging. I ca
pay for it a little at a time. I am black and male, if that
%-- --- -- --- --


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
Corporation's Commercial Office
Boulevard, Oakes Field, telephone
at their earliest convenience.


contact the
on Thompson
number 34911,


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



NOTICE

THIS IS TO INFORM OUR

CUSTOMERS THAT

EFFECTIVE

MAY 29- 31, 1974

SOUR AUTOMOTIVE

PARTS DEPT.

WILL BE CLOSED

SFOR STOCK TAKING

| OUR GASOLINE AND
OILS DIVISION
% WILL REMAIN OPEN
AS USUAL

MANAGEMENT
T TAXlCO lTD.


Burroughs Corp. meet here
EPUtli Prmt e oIbiet directs.
Arthur Hania y. Ti o e e runs thro more than 125 co
the "-W019 hrelv Sg ian .7r through 260 offices
Satini lateentailOal Mr. tol Knowles, eiii' subsidiary company
Group tteaerm and secoutant for Burrougbs through 1SO offices
Centrolle Coaference BahAmas Limited, majo distributors.
which is Mb t held at the yeatotday welcomed
ithaI1y Inn, Pandi reps nttatives attending
15 stid, the conference. The
Ovr 22 ay fani.lal function is the major
aeautlhvn and tiSte- flnafital meeting for the
sentativle from 3 corporation this )ear. he
different countries, said. Burroughs Bahama
including Africa, Europe, Liited is the newest
and North and South subsidiary f the
Amerifa se atttndig the international firm and
gathering. began its operations here in
Also present are Mr Thomas 1973.
E. Garvale, vice-ptftedent Buiiroughs Corporation is an Natii
and controller of international firm that
BurroughS Corporation A markets and supports a Em
Mr. Charles Extey Jr. broad range of data P
executive vice-president handling and data
and member of the board processing equipment in Trai


If streaking offends,

just wear blinders
matters. IOUR YEARS TO GO
DEAR POUR: Yar eater doesn't mtter, bt your sex
does beeaue I have a trilad 1 DalBa, Tex., who wlll sd
a red Bible to A ay ma i prdIa who aats oe, ad a
whit e to every female s ate. It comes wih ttrne-
times o how to study, mad It's free. Hs same i Chaplain
Ray. SeMd me ywr emnpleto adde aad do the reSt.
God Mesn.
CONFIDENTIAL TO B. L.: No oae sad It better than
Slhbyl KErsaus:
"I know what every womna aed
As she, perforce, gmows older:
A true sad mdetrsteadg blead
To lead a wetproof teder,
Aad wh, wheb they shal meet agat,
Forgets the thagE she tol behr."


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Arrived today: Joma from'
Jacksonvyle
Sealed today: Joma for
Jacksonville
Arriving tomorrow: Tropic
PIer from West Palm BasOa


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Age: 24 years
onality: Bahamian
played: Jan. 1st, 1973
position: Technical Field Engineer


ning To Date:
electronic Maintenance Test Routine Procedures
series C Range Electronic Machines
wo months Advanced Course in London, England
terminal Unit/Computer Controller Course
series F Accounting Machine Course


Charles is departing for 6 weeks training in Toronto, Canada, June 14th through August 1st, for:
His Next Step Up: L 2000 through L 5000 Magnetic-Record Computer Systems

We have openings in our Technical Field Engineering Department. WON'T YOU JOIN CHARLIE?


If you are:


Age 20 28
Have High School Education or better
And Basic Electronic Knowledge or Experience


Please call or write:
Burroughs AAUA UMin
DOWDESWELL STREET, P.O. BOX $5 8284, NASSAU
TELEPHONE 2-341


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RINKS AN MIXERS


II .99
CANS r *


IUAIITTY RG11TS RESERVED
PRICES WOOS THURSAT MAY 30, TNR SUNDAY JUNE 2,1974.


CHUCK ROAST


99'


COLGATE SUPER SIZE TOOTHPASTE


9-OZ.
TUBE


PINK BATH SIZE
PALMOUVE SOAP


W-D SMOKED PICNIC HAM


4-PACK I
IT 3 BARS


ROBIN HOOD FLOUR


)K II
P15!


LB.
BAG W


W-D GROUND BEEF


PUNCH KING SIZE


REGAL MALT TONIC


6-PACK


GLADSTONE FARM
WHOLE FRYERS .............65 LB RIB ROAST.......... 2.09 L
CUT UP FRYERS ...... .76 W ALL MEAT R
WO ALL MEAT, BI ER FRANKS.......... LB ,99
BOLO A .................. 1.09 WD HICORY SWEET
SHOULBER ROAST....... 1.39 LB SUCE BACON .............99


RIB STEAK .......................... 2.19
DELMOICO STEAK .. LB 2.79
COOKED HAM ..................... 1.69
MINI
SPARE RIBS ................... LB. .89


FrOM OUR FROZEN FOOD


NESCAFE INSTANT COFFEE


WHITE GOLD
EVAPORATED MILK


IRDS EY


W CORN ON COB


NESTA INSTANT
mix ICED TEA MIX



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INTERSTATE
CRINKLE CUT POTATOES


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BAO


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LAYER CAKES


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ONICKEN, LIVER OR BEEF
DOG FOOD


14-O.
am 9


CHOCOLATE AND
WALNUT


24-02. OXIANA POLY BAG MIX VEGETABLES. GREEN
MEANS AND WHITE KERNEL CORN
VEGETA LES ....... ....... ..... ... .75
2iEii[1. iLijir


HALF GALLON SUPERBRANO
IE OREA.M ........-................ 1.25
11 OZ. MORTONS CHICKEN TURKEY. SALISBURY OR
MEAT LOAF
DI ERS ................... . .86


. ELLMAN'S
S MATOIIAIUS


32-0Z.
61 JAR


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84-OZ.
PKG.


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JAR


4-EAR
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30-CT. ARROW 9"
PLASTIC COATED
PAPER PLATES


LAYS
POTATO ClHPS
Twin Pack




99*


PKG.


ORANGES

sUL. BAiS


FRENCH MUSTARD


$169


THRE STAR
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94"I


BAHAMIANROWN


ONIONS


3LBS. m3

5LBS. .690


LIES a3onR


BMA-HAI SOMWN
TOMATOES
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about
onions
ONIONS are still in
abundance at the Potter's Cay
Produce Exchange. They are
also spilling over at al the
supermarkets. Good,
inexpensive eating comes in
these onion bags so stock up
while they last.
Try creamed onions and
celery with almonds. Peel three
large onions and cook them
with a bay leaf in boiling water
for half an hour or until
tender.
Drain and reserve half a cup
of the cooking water. Cut three
celery hearts in half and cut
the halves into two-inch
lengths. Put them in a saucepan
with equal parts of beef stock
and white wine to cover.
Cover and cook for 15
minutes. Drain and reserve half
a cup of the cooking liquid.
Melt three tablespoons butter
in a saucepan and stir in three
tablespoons flour and a little
cayenne pepper.
Gradually add the reserved
cooking liquids and cook the
large peeled onions leaving a
case of about quarter of an
inch. Chop enough of the
centres to make one and a half
cups.
Combine the celery, onions
and cream sauce in a casserole
and sprinkle generously with
chopped almonds. Bake at 350
degrees for 20 minutes.
For baked stuffed onions,
scoop out the centres of eight
sauce, stirring, until it is
smooth and thickened. Bring
to a boil and simmer for five
minutes.
Blanch the onion cases in
boiling water for five minutes
and turn them upside down on
a rack to drain. In a skillet,
saute the chopped onion in a
quarter cup of butter until
lightly coloured.
Add half a pound of
crumbled sausage meat and
saute until the meat is no
longer pink. Add one and a
quarter cups soft bread
crumbs, soaked in a third of a
cup of light cream and
squeezed. Simmer the stuffing
for five minutes, stirring.
Season with a quarter cup
chopped parsley, a quarter
teaspoon thyme, and salt and
pepper.
Season the shells lightly with
salt and pepper and spoon in
the stuffing. Arrange the
onions in a buttered shallow
casserole dish just big enough
to hold them. Pour around
them a cup of beef broth and
half a cup of white wine.
Dot the onions with butter.
Bring the liquid to a boil on
top of the stove. Transfer to a
350 degree oven and bake for
45 minutes, basting several
times with the broth and wine.
Transfer the onions to a serving
dish and keep warm.
Reduce the cooking juices
by half and pour over the
onions. Sprinkle with chopped
parsley.
Here is a good recipe for
glazed onions in cream. Peel
three or four large onions and
cook them in boiling salted
water until almost tender.
Drain and run cold water over
them. Drain again. Melt a
quarter cup butter in a large
skillet. Slice the onions and
add them to the butter.
Sprinkle with a teaspoon sugar.
Shute the onions over low
heat, turning them and shaking
the pan frequently until the
onions are golden. Transfer the
onions to a shallow baking
dish.
Add several whole cloves
and freshly ground black
pepper. Add to the skillet a
quarter cup of cold water and
bring to a boil. Cook stirring
until it is reduced to about two
tablespoons of thick brown
syrup.
Pour the syrup over the
onions. In a saucepan, melt a
tablespoon of butter. Add a


tablespoon of flour and cook
until it is well blended. Add a
cup of light cream and cook
until the -sauce is well blended.
Pour the sauce over the onions
and bake at 350 degrees for 20
minutes.
Onions can be stuffed with
oranges. Bake six unpeeled
onions at 350 degrees for an
hour or until they are tender.
Carefully remove the skins and
root ends and slice off the
tops. Squeeze out the centres
leaving two or three layers to
form the shell.
Chop enough of the centres
to make a quarter cup. Peel
fie oranges and remove the
outer membranes. Cut the fleh
a bi6 sized p lee. Tos the
o a "-a with a cup of
mwaerei Ieves sad the
I .merd onion.
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THE
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SUPERMARKETS
If it's value you really want,


you really want


Super Value
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SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK MAY 30th, 31st, & JUNE lit, 1974


BAMA
MAYONNAISE
32- z.

AYON.i' 1g


B.B.
PIGEON PEAS
20-.1.


3/99C


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U.S. CHOICE

T-BONE


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PHi~81"


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U.S. CHOICE

PORTERHOUSE STEAK
U.S. CHOICE
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST
U.S. CHOICE
ROUND ROAST
U.S. CHOICE
ROUND STEAK
U.S. CHOICE
CUBE STEAK
COTTAGE ROLLS
COTTAGE ROLLS


BAHAMIAN GROWN

Per Ib.



CORN ON C
CORNONCOB


490


a


BAHAMIAN GROWN
ONIONS
S 3-lb. bag.
S 3-lb. beg.


39C


Perb. $2.39


Per Ib. $2.29


Per b. $2.19


Per b. $219


Per b. $2.29

e.. $1.59I


i4AiZ


FLORIDA SWEET
ORANGES
10 for

Lo.09


HATCHET BAY


COOKOUT
QUARTERS


each 69$


MCKENZIE
PEAS & CARROTS 24oz.


iMEA
EAL


F MCKENZIE
WHOLE KERNEL
- CORN
BANQUET
MACARONI &
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854


1842. 69P


20.oz. 79$


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JIM DANDY
QUICK GRITS
5.lb.

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bae the local
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SLICED BACON
OSCAR MAYER
SALAMI FOR BEER


1-lb paci"


OSCAR MAYER
SLICED LUNCHEON MEAT
OSCAR MAYER
SMOKIE LINKS
OSCAR MAYER
BRAUNSCHWEIGER


8-oz.

8-az.


994

894


impqlm e -- "Attam Church
ril~tW of Tourin, the
Hi&- Cafmnt T. MaynMd lu
red red to this fetum as being
ose of. the important
9te4feotple prolmnmes
6f tlw Uhm onth Goombay
Summer. festival. "It gies
vfttoI the opportunity to
Jaa~t^W:llg ;hinulas d


12-oz $


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TRASH BAGS
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The Tribun -- Wednesday, May 29, 1974

by Daphn Wlle Whitfld I
-*---~~~ ~ ~~~~~~ --f ^ B~^ l^ V Hi^^^^ i^ S


Black star Julius Harris


MISS CA INNINGS
who is to be married to
MR. jMES STUART
on lune gth, 1974

h chosen as her Wdding Chin"
"AUSTIN" by SPODE


SHIRLEY STREET r


to quietly enjoy some
years on the water in his
own marina, the Cove. on
the Island of New
Providence, in the momic
and then the t.v. series
"Salty."
He also wailed a long time
to find the sort of woman he
wanted.
At the age of 45 he married
for the first time. His wife
(arol is 27.
He waited to start a family.
Carol and Juliu have two
young chlldrtl daughter
Kimberley is 4 years old and
son (ideon is one ImoP';i old.
I'verything has tallen Iito
place for Julius. who is 52 in
August
But waiting for Julius was a
constructiNe waiting. He did
not sit hack and wait for life to
fall into hs. lap.
"I-verything I've done in nmy
life has been beneficial to this
point in my life". Julius told
me in a recent interview.
I'xcellence was his objective
and he achieved it in the milieu
that was available to him at the
particular time and place in his
lite.
"I 2.:s the best boy on my
paper route", said this man
who also said: "'I'm proud of
everything I do".
After spending eight years in
service in the 2nd World War
Julius started searching for his
niche in life. And he found
many nurse, boxer and
musician.
Boi n into the tranges of
show business his lather wras
a trumpet player and his
mother a dancer Julius said
that while growing up "I had
no ambitions to be an actor "


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For Julius is a realist. What
openings were there in theatre,
t.v. and movies over a quarter
of a century ago for a talented
young black man in the
U.S.A.'?
Fifteen years ago a friend of
Julius. Charles Gordon, a
Pulitzer Prize winner, was
instrumental in getting him
into movies.
"I would have been
classified as a superstar if I had
been white". Julius told me.
Prior to "Salty" Julius
always played a bum, a drunk,
a dope pusher, a hood
"because that is how the
Industry classified us."
But Julius wasted no time in
corrosive resentment. He
concentrated on his acting and
bringing some human
redeeming values to the parts
he played.
He was Captain Bollin in
"Shaft's Big Score", Scatter in
"Super Fly," Mr. Big in
"Trouble Man," Mr. Gibbs in
"Black i'aesar" and "Hell Up
In Harlem," Tee-Hee in "Live
and Let Die" and Will
Anderson in "Nothing B it A
Man."
Juluis came into conflict "in
the artistic sense" with many a
director as to how the
character should be portrayed.
lie nigh. have had to play
hoodlums but now he can say
honestly "All my roles were
roles of value."
Losing a part completely
devoid of human dignity was
no great sacrifice for Julius "I
don't feel cheated ... I've
always been in a position of
having something to fall back
on."


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Harris's constructive waiting
period was over. In the part of
C'lancy he has found
fulfillment. He does not play a
black villian. He plays a human
being who is a surrogate parent
to two brothers as in his
private life he is first of all a
human being, content in his
role of husband to a young
wife, and father to two young
children.
Of the part of C'lancy. Julius
says: "This role brings dignity
to the screen as far as black
people are concerned."
If Julius Harris had been
born a generation later stardom
might have come his way at a
much earlier age.
But he has no regrets.
"People like me are opening
doors" and for Julius there is
more satisfaction in having
opened doors than to have
reached stardom at 25.
He has no sympathy for
those who use their race or any
other factor as an excuse for
not achieving.
"I'm damned if the world
owes me anything. You have to
earn it," Julius told me.
This big, loping, gentle, bald
pated man with horn-rimmed
spectacles has his large hands
full professionally with
"Salty" and his two young
proteges and, in private
life, with his young wife and
two young children who joined
him in the Bahamas at the
Montagu last Wednesday.
In the Bahamas he has also
found his spiritual home. As
Clancy he plays a born
Bahamian. And he looks
Bahamian and feels at home
here.
"I dig this island ... I like the
people who are warm and
intelligent and the chicks are
some of the finest I've seen in
the world.
"I find a fantastic parallel
between the people here and in
Philadelphia. Same sounds -
chitterlings and cornbread
there and conch and Johnny
cake here."
Although it is the first time
that Julius has been in the
Bahamas he says: "I am home
now."
*****" *** a...**
Mrs. Muriel Bartlett of Eight
Mile Rock, Grand Bahama
must hold a very special record
in the annals of education in
the Bahamas. Mrs. Bartlett, a
former teacher in the district,
also guided her eight children
into the teaching service.
That fact is Only one of
several reasons why Mrs.
Bartlett, now 77. was
recognized as Eight Mile
Page 13, Col. 2


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JULIUS HARRIS was born in Philadelphia on August
13, 1923.
He waited a long time to get the sort of movie and
t.v. pait he wanted that of Clancy, the successful
Bahamian marine lawyer who decided to return home
after many years of successful law practice in New York


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Daughter of the late Rev.
and Mrs. David Wildgoose of
Eight Mile Rock, Mrs. Bartlett
was born at Hanna Hill and
schooled at Fight Mile Rock
public school where she also
taught as an assistant teacher
for 10 years.
She and her husband
Howard have eight children --
five sons and three daughters.
l-dison. Geneva, Junion, Glen,
Minette, Wilton, and the twins
Clarence and Mary have all.
like their mother, taught at the
Eight Mile Rock school.
Mary, now Mrs. Mary.Storr,
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Nassau. Her twin Clarence is
Justice of the Peace for the
Eight Mile Rock district.
In addition to teaching Mrs.
Bartlett also served from 1925
to 1960 as Registrar of Births
and Deaths for the district
stretching from Hunter's to
Deadman's Reef, and as former
president of the Baptist Young
People's Union.
Her other activities have
included being senior past most
noble governor of the 1Ho'.se-,
hold of Ruth No. 6797 of
Eight Mile Rock, and a
member of Mount Zion Baptist
Church which she attends.
Mount Zion was the setting
for the Mother's Day tribute
paid Mrs. Bartlett. and her
sister. Pastor Madlin Hall, as
the guest speaker. There were
numerous gifts from club
members for Eight Mile Rock's
most outstanding lady. now
the grandmother of 20.
President of the Mother's
Club of Fight Mile Rock is
Nurse Florinda Clark, wife of
the Rev. John Clark of St.
Stephen's Anglican Church.

Mr. and Mrs. Ishmael Key of
Nassau have announced the
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter June to Mr. Ernest
Kindree of Jarvis, Ontario,
Canada The ceremony will be


of the Year.
performed by Mr. Bosfield, the
Commissioner of Freeport, on
June 1 and will take place over
Freeport aboard a Cessna 401
belonging to Lucaya Beach Air
Services.
Mr. Kindree is a pilot with
L.B.A.S. and spends most of
his working hours in the air.
SMr. Kindree said that whenever
She married he wanted to have
the ceremony performed in the
air.
The ceremony will take
place while flying over
Freeport.
**********
Mrs. Jeremiah Clarke has
announced the engagement of
her daughter Erica Faye Clarke
to Charles Robert Dillette, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1.
Dillette of Bernard Road.
A small family wedding is
planned for July at the church
of St. Mary's, Luton, England.
The Reverend Charles J.
Mayfield will perform the
ceremony.
Erica is a graduate of St.
John's College. Nassau and
Shaws East Toronto College of
Business and is presently
employed at the law firm of
Isaacs, Johnson and
Thompson.
Her fiance is presently
studying at Luton College of
Technology. Luton, Bedford.
lngland.
*********
Miss Patricia M. Thompson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Dewitt Thompson, received a
degree of Associate in Science
in Secretarial Studies from
Bryant College. Smithfield.
Rhode Island. when the college
held its I llth commencement
ceremonies on May 18.
Miss Thompson is a former
student of C R. Walker
Technical College.

Audley Cyprian Emmanuel


MARJORIE ELDEN
JESPERS ... receives Masters in
Education.

Kemp, son of Mr. Audley C.
Kemp and the late Mrs. Kemp.
received a Bachelor of Science
degree in Business
Administration from Bryant
College in Smithfield Rhode
Island. He received his degree
when the college held its 11th
commencement ceremonies on
May 18.
He took part in various
college activities and is a
former student of Government
High School.

Marjorie Elden Jespers,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hartley Elden of Blair Estates,
has been awarded a Masters of
Education degree from Texas
University in Lubbock, Texas.
Mrs. Jespers, a former


student of Queen's College,
specialized in learning
disabilities with her Master's
degree focusing on Sptcial
I.ducation.
She is currently teaching in a
High School Resource Room
containing students from
grades 8.9 and 10 with learning
disabilities.
************ |
Miss Sheryl J. Sands, hu,
been appointed as an assistant
in the Wheaton College
residence hall programme for
1974-75. Miss Sands is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joshua Sands of Providence


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music, and is due to graduate arranged lot Th
next May. p.m at J F K
********** between the i
Obie Ferguson. a Bahamian. Providence Leag
has been elected chairman of and former Joh
the Student Government
Association of the Florida i
International University.
After the election Obie said.
"I want to work to meet the
needs and desires of the NOW SHOWING
students. Thit's what I told At 810& 11:25
them, and that's what they "BOOTLEG34
voted for." Obie won the
election by a margin of five And at 9:
votes over his opponent Joe
Kaplan. CheTLC
The winning of this position
is just another of the
out standing accomplishments o
of Obie. He is the founder of

on campus, the International C re
Students Union. for which he A TRUE S
wrote the Constitution. LolobytltCHNtCOtoR film
Obie, who is an excellent
student, is from Lovely Bay
Acklins. and is the 23 year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Oblon
Ferguson.
Ohic has been in Florida for Matinee 2:15 &
three years, first studying at U
Miami Dade Community
College, where he received a I
degree in liotel and Restaurant
Management, and then enrolled
in FlIU. where is studying
Tourism. Ohie expects to
graduate in June, and has 1
already been accepted for
graduate studies in Public NO O
Administration. OIst R

Mrs. Terrence Langford is i
the new president of the
American women's Club for
1974-75. succeeding Mrs. John Now thru
Morley who has iaken on the Matinee Stal
post of treasurer. Evening
Other officers elected for the "THE 1
year are: first vice president GODFAI-
Mrs. Dav.M Kelly, second vice Wu Chin,
president Mrs. Anthony i
Klonaris, recording secretary PLL
Mrs. Matthew Braisted and 'VENGEANI
corresponding secretary Mrs. Ric
Nick Klonaris, Richard h
duringg the past year the 'Phone 2
club has given a total of $9.028 _
to a number of Bahamian
organizations.

WEATHER Matinee
W;-, I Matin.ee t ,,


wind: Lignt and va
tonight: last-south-east
south-east 10 to 15 r
tomorrow
Weather: Fair tonight.
tomorrow with chance
showers.
Sea: Smooth to slight
Temp: Min. tonight 70
Max. tomorrow 88


ROBERTS DOING WELL
NA LD "'eco" team. "Peo" wasa atrfor the
ho has been latter.
in hospital in Proceeds from the game
en discharged and aid the fund.
ie well." friends SCHOOL FAIR

ts son ot former PALMDALL Primary School
Mineral N (lyde will hold its annual fair Friday
Ilov n h. charter on the school grounds. The fair
Mlaiami on April will be officially opened at
4 30 p.m. by Mr. Samuel
t has heen opened (;reen. principal of Prince
Bank o0 e anada. Wiuliams High School,
r branch. to help A special feature ot the fair
dial expenses. will be a fashion show Miss
s may be sent I, Bahamas. Agatha Watson. will


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Avenue. Nassau.
Forty-eight students were
selected to serve as residence
assistants in the College's nine
living units. An additional
three students were named as
assistant residence hall
directors.

Mr. Wilfred Leroy ("Mole")
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honour student at
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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).
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 s iated 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.
Delightful 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.


SFORRENT
C14550
NASSAU HILLCREST
TOWERS
swimming pool, sun terrace,
laundry facilities, fully
furnished 1 i-bedroomr
apartment, 1 3-bedroom
apartment. Contact 7-8421 or
2 Evenings 7-7065.
C14476
NEW luxurious 2 bedroom
apartment, fully furnished -,
magnificent views. Wintoi
Highway. Phone 2-1631.

C14355
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly airconditioned,
fully furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297, 31093.
C14582
4 bedroom, 2 buth house, 'ully
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.

C14711
LOVELY 2 bedroom
airconditioned apartment,
Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, Master T.V. antenna
and laundry room facilities,
enclosed parking area. For C
Information call 2-4953 or S
5-4258. b
F
C14699 3
LARGE Spacious 3 bedroom- -
(all airconditloned) 3 bath
fully furnished, hilltop house.
Dannottage Estate. Must see to
appreciate. $700 per month. ;
including light and water.
Telephone 2-3713--5-9322 or
3-1671.


FOR RENT I I MARINE SUPPLIES I


I PUBLIC AUCTION


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HELP WANTED


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HELP WANTED


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C14710 C14722
1 BEDROOM apartment, GOOD BARGAIN
completely furnished, wall to 22 ft. V Boat. Sleeps 2, H.P.
wall carpeting, airconditioned, 160 1.O. Top condition
Master T.V. Antenna, off $4,000. Call 31642 anytime.
Shirley Park Avenue. $200 rer
month. No pets. 5-4684. 11
C 11894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
C14557 Commander. sleeps six, private
FURNISHED 1 bedroom, shower, two 230 h.p. engines
airconditioned apartment. with less than 200 hours.
$235 per month, not including Kitchenette, good condition
utilities. Telephone 5-8134. Call 24267, 54011.
C14678 C14694
2 BEDROOM 1 bath house. 1972 21 ft. Seabird with cabin
etc. Carmichael Road. and twin 60 H.P. Johnson
Shop with kitchen, Robinson outboard motors. 70 gallon gas
Road. Phone 2-3790. tank. Ship to shore radio.

22913.
S6,000. Telephone 34530 -
FOR SALF UI RFNT I 22913.


C14G24 EN
WINTON HIGHWAY Large 2'i?
storey modern house designed C14336
by Ray Nathaniels. Sea view. 3
bedrooms, maid's quarters. SETT
double garage Gues' Beaumoi
apartment. Phone 22776 Tf
42264. TWO
C14588 The N
EXECUTIVE HOUSES The El
PRICES ON APPLICATION OPEN
CASCADILLA Beautiful old
Bahamian house in town
surrounded by two acres of CA
grounds and gardens. Three
bedrc-ms, three baths in main C14776
house plus two bedroom guest I he fam
cottage. Large living room, Henry
dining room and patio for Justice c
entertaining. Fully furnished. Island v
VILLAGE ROAD AREA on 15th
Large comfortable family to exter
house with four bedrooms, 3 and app
baths, walled-in garden and its who se
OWN WATER SUPPLY. message'
Available June 1st. their rec
HILLTOP IN TOWN: 3 Thank
bedrooms, 3 baths, beautifully vitrfister
furnished. Fantistic views of Governn
the harbour and Paradise those de
Island. Swimming pool and that tr
patio for entertaining. Island fr
H. G. CHRISTIE LTD. their last
Phone 21041-2-3-4. Thanks
SeymoL
FOR SALE Sander
r_______ ______ and rel<
C14658 any way
USED vans and pickups. Large
selection at wholesale prices rU
for shipment to Nassau and I
Freeport. Plantation Trucks C14612
Inc., 1401 South State Road 7. KIRK S.
Fort Lauderdale (305) behalf of
792-3040. Ltd. at
Nassau
C14657 Terrace
the Ist di
MALE 10 speed Bicycle noon the
Guitar ALL
Exercise Kit situate
Call 56167 after 5 p.m. District
Provic
C14675 forming
OWNER LEAVING subdivi
ISLAND! Houseful of Estates
furniture. Like New. Phone hereby
3-5729. bounde
by a r
C14717 20 fee
DRAWING BOARDS and there
ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT EAST\
Phone 21041-2-3-4. now th
Turnqu
C14723 t here
AIRCONDITIONER 18,000 SOUTH
BTU 220 volt. Hot Point. Used the pro
3 summers. $200.00. and rur
Telephone 3-1992. and WE


C14732
NUMEROUS articles for sale.
Phone 74289 or 53859 after 6
p.m.
C14731
1 BEDROOM set, frontroom
set, dinette set, stove and
fridge. Phone 35610.
C14766
300 Gallon Water Tank and
Pump to which ire attacnea 2
bedroom 2 bathroom house
separate garage/storeroom,
separate laundry on lot 100' x
100' Sears Addition. Phone
41346 after 6:00 p.m.

FOR SALE ORLEASE
C15191
3 bedroom, 2 bath house
Stapledon Gardens. Phone
5-6168 after 6 p.m. or anytime
weekends.


WANTS TO RENT
C14777
ENGLISH Family require three
bedroom house for rent out
East. Telephone 41166.


CARS FOR SALE
C14718
1972 DODGE AVENGER -
$1500. Contact Dr. Keane
22861 Ext. 264.

CJ4698
1962 Voll-wagen. Good
condition, with radio. $700.00
O.N.O. Phone 7-4218.

MARINE SUPPUES
:14730
TAMAS, 26ft. inboard/out-
ioard, 2 160 h.p.
ercruisars, 2 fishing chairs.
Ready to go. $4,000.00. Phone
3-1273 or P. 0. Box 6323 E.S.
C14768
16 ft. Speed Boat with twin 5C
H.P. Johnsons, trailer, 4 tanks
anchor, rope, etc. Engines only
9 months old. $3,200.00
Enquire at Texaco Seaside
Service Station, East Bay
Street or phone 31230.


the prc
Bethel
running
said Ih
former
number
Mumbe
plan.


ENTERTAINMENT


-LER'S PUB t INN
nt Arcade, Bay Street
telephone 5-9739
BANDS NIGHTLY
ass,.a1!,ana
ectric Circle
ILL 4.00 a.m.


D OF THANKS

lily of th? !'te Captain
A. Sawyer Senior,
if the Peace of Harbour
vho departed this life
May, 1974, would like
id their sincere thanks
ireciation to all those
ent cards, telegrams,
s and flowers during
ent bereavement.
ks to the Hon. Prime
ana members or ni
nent and party and all
ear friends and relatives
avelled to Harbour
rom far and near to pay
t respects.
also to the Rev. Jame;
ur, Bishop Johr
s and to all the friend'
natives who assisted ir


BLIC AUCTION

HINSEY will sell on
Nassau Bank & Trust
the Parking lot of
Bank House 2nd
West, Centreville on
ay of June 1974 at 12
e following property.
THAT lot of land
in the Eastern
t of the Island of New
lence originally
g part of the
sion called "Village
" the said lot of land
conveyed being
d NORTHWARDLY
reservation for a road
t wide and running
mon 50 feet
VARDLY by land
e property of Collins
est and running
on 100 feet
IWARDLY by land
iperty of the Vendor
dining thereon 50 feet
STWARDLY by land
operty of Sidney C.
and others and
thereon 100 feet the
ot of land being
y designated as lot
seven (7) in Block
r Five (5) in the said


Mortgage dated 1st August
1965 Winifred Bullard to
National Bank of the Bahamas
Limited. Recorded in Volume
909 pages 416 to 421.
This sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right of the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10 per cent of the
purchase price at the time of
sale and balance on completion
Dated this 6th day of May
A.D. 1974.
KIRK S. HINSEY
Public Auctioneer
C14614
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on
hehalf of Nassau Benk & Trust
Ltd. at the parking lot of
Nassau Bank House, 2nd
Terrace West, Centreville on
the 1st day of June 1974 at 12
noon the following property.

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

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

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

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


Public /


I knowledge an asset. Box 6323, NEEDS
ANNOUNCEMENTS E.S., Nassau. see:
C14769 I S L A
LIMITED
C14679 QUALIFIED Butcher required P. O.
QUEEN'S PARK for aggressive food market. 3-1671-i
LAUNDRYMAT Applicants should have
off Fdrrington Road experience in meat preparation C1435.
north of Carroll's for retailing and profitable SEWIN
Food Store running of department. Apply 1
Water All Day. P. O. Box N-712, Nassau, ISL
Bahamas.


C1470M



Total
pool.
over
Homn
roadli


FORSALE

A COZY DREAMHOUSE

privacy, magnificent views, sauna and swimming
3 bedrooms. 4 baths, carpeted, garage, sundeck
)atio.
e has been described as an Eagle's Nest, 10 ft. above
level. stone-walls all around.
NEAR ST. ANDREWS SCHOOL
Please contact owner at telephone 42164.


Auctioneer.


P.O.
Dowdes
Streets
Telapho

C14701
TF
BAHA
Ac
Ret

17
Fl
Ralp


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I I TRADE SERVICES I


.14351
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes
apartments and hotels
SALES /,ND SERVICES
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
Mackey Street
Next to Frank's Place

C14719
GET your roofs shingled and
all your WOODWURK
repaired at a reasonable price.
Call 4-1211 after 6 p.m.


TRADE SERVICES


C1470/
LANDSCAPING AND tor all
your gardening needs mowing,
trimming., hedging, tree felling
and clearing, call 5-7810
LAWNS & HEDGES.

you believe nobody
** reads small ads
you're wrong. You arc
reading this aren't you?
Call 2-27.8 for
information on small or
large display ads.


C14613 C14339 C14726
KIRKS.NSE wilsellon PHOTOGRAPHIC and BAHAh
KIRK S. HINSEY will sell on Lithographic Technical who'caf
behalf of Nassau Bank & Trust Lithograpic Technical The Ta
Ltd. at the parking lot of Consultant. Apply in writing to dgThe Ta
Nassau Bank House, 2nd P. O. Box N-226, Nassau, B-ldg.
Nassau Bank House, 2nd
Terrace West. Centreville on Bahamas. C1477
the 1st day of June 1974 at 12 C14690 D E G I
noon the following oropertv. EXECUTIVES SECRETARIES BIOLO
ALL THAT lot of land Are you interested in a Maricul
situate on the Southern Side stimulating career with a great Islands.
of Cambridge Street in the deal of growth potential. We Applica
Western District of the need highly qualified executive experie
Island of New Providence secretaries, strong on labor
aforesaid and bounded on organisation and capable of experi
the NORTH by Cambridge running an office. Publishing Maricu
Street on the EAST by land background ideal, but not confide
the property of David absolutely necessary. Top to S.O.
Solomon on the SOUTH by typing speed essential. N1372
land the property of Qualified Bahamians and
Ethelyn and Virginia expatriates are asked to apply. C14724
Braithwaite and on the Call ETIENNE DUPUCH JR. CARET
WEST by land the property PUBLICATIONS 3-5665 Cay, Ba
of Norman Sands. 3-5666 or 7 between 9 and 5. of
Mortgage dated 7 December General
1966. Leonie Cumminqs to C14676 engines
National Bank of the Bahamas ERECTION SUPT. Qualified write
Ltd. Recorded at Registry of to supervise and manage Enginee
Records Volume 1101 Pages mechanical and general piping N4835,
179 to 184. and refinery installations.
This sale is subject to a reserve WELDERS Qualified in pipe
price and to the right of the high pressure work. Must pass P
Auctioneer or any person on A.W.S. and A.S..E. Welding
his behalf to bid up to that tests. C14740
rice. OUT IS
Terms 10 oer cent of the PIPE FITTERS Qualified lease
purchase price at the time of in general refinery ox-owne
sale and balance on installations, with la
completion. RIGGERS Qualified in Might I
Dated this 6th day of May heavy steel erection. remunei
A.D. 1974. MACHINISTS Qualified in "Resort
KIRK S. HINSEY precision mechanical N.P. Bal
Public Auctioneer. installations.
WAREHOUSE MAN C14778
S capable of reading drawings RESPOI
SCHOOLS and material handling. home o
ONLY BAHAMIANS NEED exchange
C14356 TO APPLY. APPLY IN Husband(
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL WRITING P. O. BOX N-4222, easily
Learn to drive with confidence. Nassau. arrange
Phone 59805 between 7 and C14grounds
8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or 14667Refere
35084 anytime. JOB TITLE: Real Estate G.E.F. E
~C14ba Marketing Director Applicants
ST ANDREW'S SCOOL should have at least 5 years
ST. ANDREW'S SCHOOL experience in the development
has a few vacancies remaining and sales of large acreage tracts
in its Reception Class for from the inception. Experience C14770
September 1974. Children are should include market analysis, Lost 1 fe
eligible if they will be four feasibility studies, projected Shepher
years old by September 18th. cash flows, co-ordination of Answers
Fees $210 per term. Initial engineering and architectural vicinity
deposit $100 for Bahanians designs to fulfil original 7-4105 c
(refundable). Phone 4-2621 er concept, merchandising plans
write P. O. Box N7546 for including design and layout of
application forms. promotional material and TRA
advertising programmes and
INI GUE organization and training of a 314353
DINI GUIE j new Bahamian sales force. J
S1468 Preference given to someone
C146 who hds had at least 5 years R
experience in the Bahamas,
both in Nassau and the Family
Islands. Applicants should & RA
apply in own handwriting NASS
giving full details of past P.
experience to Ervin Knowles IATA
H Construction Co. Ltd., P.O. IATAC
Box N7772, Nassau. & CU
MOVIE
S C14700 &
FIRST NATIONAL STE
CITY TRUST COMPANY
SP (BAHAMAS) LIMITED -EAVY
P. O. Box N-1576 FORK
Thompson Blvd., Oakes Field AlECHAN
Nassau, Bahamas E
BOOKKEEPER/ACCOUNTAN1 SPECIAL
THE BRIDGE INN Wanted expert ienced EXCEL
MANAGER Book keeper/Accountant REASO
Friendly Big "Al Collie" applicants must be conversant
Hostess Ms. Penny Kemp with all aspects of Accounting CONTAC
THE BRIDGE INN for Managed Companies and/ 01
NOW SERVING LUNCH or Trusts. PHON
Open 11:00 a.m. -- 5:00 p.m Apply to M. Bruce Gwyt.he -- 2
Luncheon Special $1.95 telephone 2-4240. Ai
FRI
Drinks $1.00 146C47
C14680 C14709
Dinner served 5 p.m. to TREASURE i's v MARINE PINDE
Midniqht
FREE PARKING is seeking a qualified manager TORS
to operate the waterfront Termite
recreational facility. Fertilise
RAFT SUPPLES Successful epplicant must be Insects
Sversed in all phases of small Phone:
C14357 boat sailing and mainter-.jan? 42244.
NOW in stock at Bahamian and also be able to develop
Paint Supply, Bay Street:- junior and senior sailing C14344
* Decoupage instruction programmes. Also MASTE
* Clear Cast successful applicant must be LTD.,
* Candle Craft qto lified as Scuba Instructor Whiripom
* Tissue Craft and hold current certification refrigera
Phao o 2-2386, 2-2898. ar be knowledgeable ira compact
j operation of a large Scuba makers,
l N01Progrdmme. garbage
Send resume to: Treasure Cay warrant
C14715 Marine, /o P. O. Box app c
BILL'S REAL ESTATE N-3229, Nassau by faot,
AGENCY is anxious in the Telepho
following:- Lots or houses C14695 C14544
Eastern Road or West Bay EXPERIENCED Dressmaker BAC
Street, Blair, Westward Villas, Only Bahamians need apply Need a
the Grove, Highland Park, San Velma's Dressmaking,Mackey done?
Souci, Skyline Heights. Also Street, Telephone 3-6175.
lots in Englerston, East Street, C14729 CARL
Blue Hill Road, Wulff Road CCONTR
a nueigh ouring aras. Wf R CAPTAIN required for large or 5-87
schooner. Must be sober,
Owners please contact the e and cable
above at telephone 23921 or handling crew, repairs, etc. 14581
ox assau. Diving and engineering FOR


IIAN Male and Female
n sew are needed at Joe
ilor, K. S. Moses & Son
Phone 2-4865.

REED MARINE
GIST. To supervise
ture Project in Out
. Bahamian preferred.
ant must have some
nce or training in
atory and field
mental work in
culture. Reply in
nce, enclosing resume,
A. ISAACS, P. O. Box
Nassau.

TAKER wanted at Gun
lhamas. Must be capable
a aint'aining Lister
tor and outboard
. If interested please
Pan American
ring Ltd., P. O. Box
Nassau.

ITION WANTED

LAND resort wanted to
purchase by
er/manager and wife
irge tourist following.
manage and take part
ration in equity. Write
" Box N753, Nassau
hamas.

NSIBLE couple seeks
r estate to caretake in
e for accommodations.
d employed but could
supervise if required or
maintenance of house,
, etc., when necessary.
nces available to
ed parties. Contact:
lox N-854, Nassau.

LOST


male (spayed) German
d light brown.
to name "Helga in
Lyford Cay. Call
ir 2-1741.


DE SERVICES


irt's Customs
kerae Ltd.
aackey reet
oosevelt Avenue
5AU. BAHAMAS
O. BOX N3714
:ARGO AGENTS
MS CLEARANCE
DELIVERY
NG, STORAGE
PACKING
EL BANDING
SHIPPING
DUTY TRUCKING
LIFT RENTAL
ICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
L QUOTATIONS
LENT SERVICE
)NABLE RATES
:T LYMAN PINDER
R JACK CASH
JE:2-3795, 2-3796
-3797, 2-3798
report -- 7-7434
EE ESTIMATES

R'S EXTERMINA-

and Roach Control
Lawns, Destroy

Terry Pinder 42066,


:R TECHNICIANS
Mackey Street, your.
il riditrihtnr nffers


ANNOUCEMENTS


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


HELP WANTED
CB15187
Baamia Nursery requires a
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT to
prepare all landscaping plans
and specifications for projects
in the Bahamas and abroad. 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.
C15197
MAID WANTED: Six days a
week; Must be responsible, able
to cook; wage $60.00 per
week.
Apply in writing to: P. 0. Box
F-2833, Freeport, Grand
Bahama Island.


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HELP WANTED

C15199
Princess Properties
International Bahamas requires
a GENERAL LEDGER AND
ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS
ANALYST. Reports directly to
the controller of Princess
Hotels Bahamas.
Responsibilities include the
ma i ntenance of current
analysis and reconciliations of
general ledger accounts of the
six entities comprising P.P.I.
Bahamas, assisting the
Controller and Treasurer In
elaboration of financial report
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 fror~
Computer Center. Must als9
give general assistance to
external auditors during their
interim and year-en(
examinations. Theoretical
knowledge of Computer
techniques required. Certified
Public Accountant, must havp
at least five (5) years
experience in Accounting.
Good references and cleap
police certificate absolutely
essential.
Interested applicants apply
to Personnel Office, King's Inn
& Golf Club, P. 0. Box F-201,
Frieport, Grand Bahama.


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ANTENNAS LAUNDRY
Island TV 2-2618 DRY CLEANING

AUTOMOTIVE New Oriental
Lucas Batteries Laundry 2-4406
Bay Street Garage 2-2434
MEN'S WEAR
BOOKSTORE
sto Fashionette Ltd. 22376/7
The Christian Book
Shop 5-8744 OPTICIANS
BUSINESS FORMS Optical Service
Ltd. 2-3910/1
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011 PAPER
CABINET MAKERS Commercial
CABINET MAKR aper House 5-9731
Commonwealth
Furniture 31120 PRINTING
Executive
CAMERAS Printers 2-4267/5-4011
John Bull 2-4252/3 Wong's Printing 5-4506
ENTERTAINMENT RUBBER STAMPS
Movies Wong's Rubber Stamp 5-4506
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157
SPORTS GOODS
GARDEN &
PET SUPPLIES Champion Sport Land 2-1862
Modernistic Garden Pet TRAVEL
Madeira Shop Plaza 2-2868 Playtour: 2-2931/7
Nassau Garden & Pet R.H. Curry & Co.,2-8681/7
Montrose Avenue 2-4259
TV REPAIRS
HARDWARE
G Channel Electronics Ltd.
John S. George 2-8421/6 3-5478

HOUSE PLANS UPHOLSTERING
EvangelosG. Zervos 2-4128 Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713.
mmm mm m -mmmmmmm L.m
FOR THE ACTION YOU WANT


mm mmmmmm mmmmmmm-mm
Shop Nassau Merchants

For Business And Services


tors, washers, dryers,
:ors, freezers, ice
air conditioners and
disposers. With full
y on every home
e we sell. Service done
ery trained mechanics.
ne 23713, 5-9322.

:KHOE FOR HIRE
septic tank or trenching
Call
G TRECO
ACTORS LTD. 2-4996
25.


YOUR BUILDING
and CRANE HIRE ...

ND BUILDERS
D
Box 6285 ES Phone
3-1672.
8
IG MACHINE PARTS
AND REPAIRS
.AND FURNITURE
COMPANY
Box N4818, Nassau
well and Christie

ne 21197, 23152.


TRADE SERVICES
WMAS UPHOLSTERY
der ley's Addition
building, Repairing,
Refinishing
7 yeas experience
REE ESTIMATES
ph Brnwn 34263.


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The Tribune Wedneday, May 29, 1974


GRAND BAHAMA I


[ EL WANTED
CS165
S 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.
O. Box F- 2435.


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
*Personnel Office, King's Inn &
.Golf Club, P. 0. Box F-207,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15190
King s Inn & UoIT Club
requires an EXECUTIVE
CHEF who will be responsible
for complete supervision of the
Kitchens. Responsible for
7nenu planning, production
planning, staff training,
scheduling and preparation of
French and International
cuisine. Must have at least five
years experience in large hotel
3r gourmet restaurant. Clean
police certificate and good
references required.
terested applicants apply to
personnel Office, King's Inn &
bolf Club, P. 0. Box F-207,
freeport, Grand Bahama.

C 15185
'Modalena Ltd. and Elegant.
-Lady Beauty Salons Ltd. in
.need of BARBERS and
**HAIRSTYLISTS, capable of
inting, bleaching, frostings,
,bodywaves and expert cutting.
*Bahamians only need apply: P.
0O. Box F-775, Freeport.

15198
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
ave the ability to roast, broil,
:fry and grill and is responsible
:for ordering his own
-merchandise and preparing his
Smise-en-place. Must have
:attended a good basic Food
=and 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
'Personnel Office, King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. O. Box F-207,
SFreeport, Gr rnd Rahama.
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R1b1S8
king's Inn & Golt Club
requires three (3) SOUS
CHEFS to be responsible for
the complete supervision 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
Jing's Inn & Golf Club
Personnel Office, P. O. Box
'F-207, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
'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 OT 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
electricall and manual
experience. Good references
and clean police certificate
absolutely essential.
Interested applicants apply to
"Personnel Office, King's Inn
i.Golf Club, P. 0. Box F-207
Freeport. Grand Bahama.


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


C15203
OPERATION MANAGER -
POWER GENERATION -
Extensive experience required
in operation of high
temperature/pressure steam
plant. Knowledge of
maintenance also essential.
Qualification ito shift engineer
level necessary. Must be able to
assume, as needed, full
responsibility for central plant
operation.
MAINTENANCE
TECHNICIAN (INSTRU.
MENT) Must have sound
knowledge of Power Plant
Instrumentation Maintenance
work both pneumatic and
electric systems and
components and electronic
equipment based on at least
three years experience in a
qualified position. Must be able
to work without direct
supervision on all phases of the
instrumentation, train his own
helper, read diagrams and keep
the equipment in working
order. He will report to the
Instrumentation Supervisor.
ADoIV to: Personnel
department, Freeport
Commercial and Industrial
Limited, P. 0. Box F-2666 or
30C Kipling Building,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15201
Man with 3 to 4 years
experience in the following
Dust Control and Dust Contro'
Mat Service and processing o'
same plus the full knowledge
of operations for the Uniforrr
Rental Service, including the
knowledge and procurement o0
all types of work wear.
Bahama Uniform Rental &
Laundry. 352-7997.


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SCARROLL RIGHTER'S

HOROSCOPE
from the Crrll Rlhter Institute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Early in the day
you can easily improve your environmental
conditions as well as act with much cleverness in fixing a
mechanical utility. Later some confusion arises that requires
all your ingenuity to uncover truth.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr 19) Be meticulous in the handling
of duties today Taking tender care of your health is important
now. Show that you have wisdom.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Plan now for future
amusements so you will be amply prepared for them.
Demonstrate to friends that you are a very fair person.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Although the situation at
home is tense, show that you are devoted to family just the
same. Don't break any promises today.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Don't take any
risks in motion and follow every rule and regulation that
applies to you at this time. Be alert.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Keep preoccupied with financial
and property matters early in the day. Consult with an expert
on how to have a greater income.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Steer clear of amusements or
social matters that are very expensive. Do something now that
you have been neglecting a long time.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) Study your projects and see
how they are progressing. Be more willing to do favors for
mate and then ideal accord results. Be wise.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You have promised to do
favors for good friends, so be sure to do them, or they lose
faith in you. Attend a group affair.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Find out what a
bigwig expects of you, and then carry through in a most
efficient way. Don't lose your temper tonight.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have a new course
of activity that can become very successful if you obtain the
data you need. If a bill is accurate, pay it.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Handling obligations in
meticulous fashion can make this a most successful day, Show
mate how happy you are to be together.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Reconcile with any associates
with whom you have had a misunderstanding of late. Show
others that you are very intelligent.

Rupert and the Floating Bell-24


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, at
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.

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
a va ilable, good working
conditions.
Apply in confidence in writing
to Box F-210, Freeport
Bahamians only need apply.
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.

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
similar 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.


C15196
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. Elor
Martin, Jr., Personnel Director.


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C15200
ELECTRIC MOTOR ANC
ARMATURE REWINDER
Re-winding for single and
phase armatures and motors us
to 100 H.P. 3 year:
experience Bahamian only
GRAND BAHAMP
ENGINEERING LTD., P. O
Box F-2, Tel. 352-6269
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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Uw The Tribune Wdnesdy, May 29, 1974


Saints stun Sweeting to win championship


ST. AU;USTINE'S College top
senior girls athlete Deninez Moss
contributed superlative all round play
to her well-balanced te;,m as the Saints
in a stunning four set victory upset
C.C. Sweeting High yesterday to win
the Inter-Scholastic volleyball
championship.
With Denise Whylly heading the
defence while Pam Wilson and
Stephanie Knowles addedto tthe
offence, S.A.C. captured the first set
17-15, dropped the second 13-15 and
rallied 15-9 and 15-13 in the
following two sets.
S.A.C.'s head coach Hugh Lawrence
attributed their success to "hard work
and determination. They played
according to plan," he said. "C.C.
Sweeting played well, but I think any
of three teams in the Eastern Division
could have beaten them."


Golfers

for Open
JUNIOR golfers Eric Gibson
and Cyprian Newrey have been
sponsored by Mr. Bart Bowers
to attend the 16th
Mid-America Junior Open
which will be played at the
Possum Run Golf Club in
Mansfield, Ohio beginning June
21.
Mr. Bowers, an employee of
Paradise Island Limited has
shown keen interest in junior
golfers. For this, the golf
association is thankful.
Paradise Island's resident
golf pro Roy Bowe will
accompany the juniors as
coach. Actually both are
students of his summer classes.


Indecision on both offence and
defence saw S.A.C. trailing 9-3 early in
the third set. All they needed was a
time out to get their game plan
together and before long it was C.C.
who held the rear.
In the deciding set, the lead changed
hands many times. The score hung
precariously at 13 all when Moss' ace
gave S.A.C. game point. Stephanie
Knowles' spike which would have
given S.A.C. victory was ruled a foul.
The Saints however regained the
service and Sweeting High made the
mistake of bumping out of bounds
which was all S.A.C. needed for
victory.
Only three ot St. Augustine s
players will be leaving this term and
next year they should be a force to be
reckoned with, coach Lawrence
explained.


He assessed that Sweeting High had
placed all their hopes in the
performance of Lavern Jackman.
S.A.C.'s plan was to keep her in the
back court and when she was in the
front not to give her any over passes.
Definitely Sweeting High did not
display the talent that won them the
Western Division pennant and
stretched their winning streak to 17-0
over two seasons. In the first set
especially, they seemed unable to get
even their services over the net.
Taking advantage of the situation,
S.A.C. moved ahead 6-0. A mis-flick
by Whylly gave Sweeting High their
first point before the Saints moved
ahead 9-1 forcing (.C. to take another
time out.
Returning to the court, Jackman


Duncombe

deadlock
THE FOURTH round of the
Bahamas Golf Association's
International trial events for
the men and the second for the
ladies staged at Lyford Cay
over the weekend, saw long
ball hitting Jim Duncombe and
steady Valdo Prosa deadlocked
at 155 -- Duncombe via a
76-79 Prosa via a 75-80.
In the ladies division, Jean
Dunn ran away from the field
with a 39-47 to win that
section.
On the first day, Prosa put
together nines of 37-38 for a
75, and a one shot edge over
Duncombe.


EXUMA -vs- ANDROS

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COAKLEV MALAKIUS ENTERPRISES PRESENTS
THE BAHAMIAN HEAVYWEIGHT
CHAMPIONSHIP 1st. TITLE BOUT IN
AN INDEPENDENT BAHAMAS

FRIDAY, MAY 31st. 9:00 RM.


EXUMA


MAIN EVENT


ANDROS


BABY BOY ROLE BOB FREEZE
Winners receives TROPHY donated by
GOLD & SILVERSMITH LTD.
BOSTON BLACKIE APPRECIATION
NIGHT AMONG OTHER AWARDS.
BOSTON WILL BE PRESENTED A
COMMEMORATIVE TROPHY DONATED
BY CO(A-COLA COMPANY.
SEMI-FINAL
SAMMY "KID" BARR VS K. O. GRANT
SUGAR KID BOWE VS ROCKY FERGUSON
DROOPY DAVIS VS AL MOSS
SPECIAL EXHIBITION RENE PINDER -VS CARL BAKER
TICKETS: GEN.ADM. $6.00 RES.RINGSIDE $8.00


spiked a Moss over pass breaking
S.A.C.'s service. This placed Ginger
McKay at the line and she served
Sweeting High four behind.
Putting their game plan into action,
Sweeting High on services by Virginia
Levarity and Sherry Conally moved
one behind at 13-12.
Although S.A.C. was the first to
reach game point, the determined C.C.
forced a deuce and even took the
advantage point before the end came.
C.C.'s coach Tom Grant in the
second set brought on Deborah Foster.
She joined Ericka Jackman and Ginger
McKay to erase S.A.C.'s three point
lead.
Both sides battled to a 13 all draw
before C.C. came out on top
two points ahead.


Pepsi G's spiker tries to penetrate Tigers' blockers Maxie
Smith and Wilfred Culmer.



Schlitz Beer has a chance to share second place with Citibank
Chargers when they host the Heineken Stars in the feature game
tonight beginning 9:30 at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre. In
the first contest Jet Set will tangle with Carrolls. Following arc
the statistics front BBA official socrers Robert Sun.ner arid .l f
Williams.
TEAM STANDINGS


Del Jane
Citihank
Schlitz
Marlins
Becks
Bucks
Jet Sets
Heinekens
St. Bernards
Carrolls

L. Lockhart
V. Albury
W. Knowles
E. Iord


A THREAT
By Gladstone Thurston
THE YOUNG and talented
Business System Tigers led by
sound offence from Mathew
Leckey and Kevin "Chick"
Rolle handily defeated Pepsi
Cola G's 15-3, 15-0 ant 15-5
last night winning their third
in as many played.
Comprised mostly of
Western Division champs C.
C. Sweeting High School
senior boys, the Tigers at
present hold a first place tie
with Bahamas Volleyball
Federation Champs the
Wardrobe Stars.
Coached by volleyball
stand out Tom Grant the
physical education director -
at Sweeting High, the Tigers
effectively utilized well
placed sets from Dennis
Forbes to spike or dink the
G's out of position.
A Though they were
coached by former National
coach Norman Gay, Pepsi at
no time were any threat to
their youthful contenders.
Leckey opened the first set
serving six straight points as
the Tigers took an 8-0 lead.
Four revolutions later the G's
mustered their three points
breaking the Tigers' shut out
bid.
However, Wilfred Culmer
and Keith Wells saw to it that
Pepsi did not score any more
by serving the Tigers to game
point.
Bradley Cooper and Grant
got the Tigers off again to an
8-0 start forcing Pepsi to take
a time out. Returning to the
court, the G's were unable to
put together any worthwhile
attack bowing out by zip.
Paradise Island Giants last
night retained second place in
the men's division of the
B.V.F. series defeating the
Police Royals 15-13, 7-15
15-10 and 15-13.


BASEBALL RESULTS
Boston 9, Minnesota 5
New York 3 Chicago 2. 10 innings
Kansas City 9, Baltimore S."
11 innings
Cleveland 8, Texas 0.


Wolln Lost i't
W I I'ct.
24 S .828
19 8 .704
18 8 .692
ii 6 .647
is 10 .600
9 12 429
8 15 .148
7 16 .304
7 I .2 X0
i 28 .045

it II AsvL.
73 219 37
77 13 37
89 24 36
94 29 37


Milwaukee 6, 'alilorrnu 2
Detroit 3.,Oaklaind I
Atlanta 2. Philadelphia 1. 10 in uIn, s
Cincinnati 7, Ne\s Yirk 2
Houston 8. Mliiitreal 4
Los Angeles I I S. I.0,uis S


CHELMSFORD, ENGLAND
The Indian cricket tourists'
game with Essex faded out into

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with the strong action
against BACKACHE
and MUSCLE PAINS


yet another draw I tuesday.
The Indians, who have
drawn all their games on lthe
tour so far. scored 1 8 to r one
wicket in their second innings
after being set to make 203 in
135 minutes oui victor\
Sudhir Naik. 42. and captain
Ajit Wadekar. 58. were the not
out batsmen.
Scores:-
At Bristol:
Somerset 254 and 144
Gloucestershire 276 and 12.1 for
two. Gloucestershire 17 points beat
Somerset seven, point, by eight
wickets.
At Worcester:
Derbyshire 141 and 24(,.
Worcestershire 424 tor seven dec.:
Worcestershire (17 points) heat
Ierbyshire (one point) hb an
innings dnd 37 runs
At Headlingly: Lancashire 2501
and 213 for seven dec.. Yorkshire
220 for nine and 124 for three.
Yorkshire (six points) drew with
Lanceshire (seven points).
At Lords: Middlesex 119 and
360. Sussex 206 and 251 for ,ightl
Middlesex (three points) drew w\,ith
Sussex (fivey points).
At the Oval: Surrey 200 and 266
Kent 317 and I50 for six. Kent
(18 points) I'eat Surre> (six
points) by four w\ickeis.
At -d(gbaston: Warwickshire 1132
and 388. Northamptonshire 243
and 214 for six. Warwickshire (five
points) drew wit;,i Nolrthamlptron,
shire (six points).
At Cardiff: Glamorgan 233 for
seven and 255 for seven dec. 5
Leicskstershirc 198 and 253
Glam rgan (16 points) heat
Leicestershire (four points) by 37
erong


By Gladstone Thurston


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARILO AUGUSTE of
Kemp Road Nassau N.P. is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, 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 29th day of
May, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N3002,
Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that HUGH H. SMITH of
Wellington Road Stapledon. Gardens, Nassau Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 29th day of May 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs,
P 0. BoK N-3002, Nassau.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that VALDEETA IONA MOORE
of Harrold Road, 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 22nd 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 PETER FRANK PERRY of
Tuckaway, P. O. Box N9075 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 22nd 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 DAVID FITZGERALDof P. O.
Box F2254, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahama Islands is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The siahamas,
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 22nd 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 IRMA LAFONTANY of Eight
Mile Rock Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 29th 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 LUCIEN ST. GEORGE
HALL, of Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 29th 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 CECIL CHIN of Minnie'
Steet, Nassau is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamras, 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 29th 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 DUDLEY JOHNSON of
Mackey St. Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 29th 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 HAMILTON SAMUEL
RILEY of Fox Hill, Box N.504, Nassau, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 29th day of May 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs,
P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.


Tigers triumph


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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARJORIE ELIZABETH
MOORE of Harrold Road, New Providence is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registraiton 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 22nd 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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