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The Tribune- Friday, May 31. i/
NOTICE
u?>r'Li\hc,eb9iven ,hal MRS HELENE ELIZABI !H
MIS5ICK. of Sea Grape Grand Bahama P 0 Bex 2169 is
applying lo the Minister responsible loi Nationally and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas
and that any person who knows any .J10n why
registration should not be granted should send a wutlen
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight .lays
rorrI the 24th day of May 1974 to The Ministe, .esponsible
L0',lonall,y and Citizenship, Ministiy of Home Allans
P. O. Box N3002. Nassau.
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Feeling for dead mate's
friend may be love
THIS one again.
EMPTY ARMS
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that PAUL PILKNt oi St. James.
Rd., Nassau, Bahamas Box N617 is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenshop. loi
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why natuialisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days fiom the 24th day of
May 1974 to The Minister responsible foi Nationality and
Citizenship Ministry of Home Alfaiis, P O Box N30O2,
Nassau.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that NEVILLE A. SAMPSON of
East Avenue, Centreville, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, lor
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 31st day of
May 1974 to The Minister responsible lor Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs. P. O. Box N-3002.
Nassau.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that THOMAS ADRIAN STUBBS
ol Freepoit, Grand Bahama, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any peison who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement ol the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 24th day of May 1974
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N3O02, Nassau.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ELENOR VICTORIA
CAMPBELL of Sea Grape, Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible lor 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 24th day of
May 1974 to The Ministei responsible lor Nationality and
Citizenship. Ministry of Home Affairs P. O. Box N3002,
Nassau.
By Abigail Van Buren
C lM tr CIIICM* TrlMN. V. Nfwl In*., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: You are the only person I can turn to with
this problem because I'm ashamed to tell anyone else
although I haven't done anything wrong.
I'm 22. Six weeks ago my husband was killed instantly in
a motorcycle accident. Jimmy and I had been married only
eight months and were fantastically happy. My whole world
fell apart. I didn't want to go on living and ever, thought of
taking a bottle of sleeping pills so I could join Jimmy.
For a month I sat and stared at the walls. Then Jeff, a
friend of Jim's, came over to cheer me up. I looked terri-
ble. He made me fix myself up, and he took me for a long
drive. I don't know how to say this, Abby, but all of a
sudden all the hurt about Jim left me, and now I think I'm
in love with Jeff.
Is it wrong to have these feelings so soon? I loved Jim
with all my heart, but now I think I love Jeff. I think Jeff
feels the same way about me although he hasn't said it in so
many words. Should I feel guilty? Can this be love?
MIXED EMOTIONS
DEAR MIXED: Yes, It can be love. It could alto be a
desperate desire to replace Jim and escape from depres-
sion. Don't rush Into anything, and don't make any deci-
sions or announcements until you are sure of your feelings.
You need not feel guilt or shame for honest emotions.
Good luck and God bless.
DEAR ABBY: Our daughter was married for only five
weeks last year. The marriage was annulled because her
husband went back to his boyfriend. [Yes, you read right. I
said, "boyfriend."]
Our daughter then resumed her friendship with a fine
young man she had known since childhood, and they are
planning to be married in church this summer.
Should we send wedding invitations to our friends and
relatives? I hesitate to do this because they already gave
her one wedding gift. She didn't send the gifts back be-
cause she never got around to It. iff DOUBT
DEAR IN: Invite whomever you want. The matter of a
gift will be up to them.
DEAR ABBY: Your advice about what to say when mak-
ing a condolence call was particularly timely for me.
I recently went to the hospital to have a baby I desper-
ately wanted. I returned home with empty arms. Our pre-
cious baby was stillborn.
You are right. Not everyone handles his grief in the same
manner. Some find comfort in talking about it. Others do
not. In my case, I was so crushed, I couldn't bring myself
to talk about it. Sensing this, the friends who came to see
me said only: "I'm sorry."
All I could say was: "Thank you."
Abby, please tell your readers that in circumstances like
mine, the one thing friends SHOULDN'T say is: "Don't feel
so sad You'll have another one," because I will never have
DEAR ABBY: Re condolences: Many, many years ago
ve lost our tint child when he was only a few months old.
Of the many things written or said to me, I recall only one,
then or now.
Someone close said: "The only thing I can think of to say
is that I love you."
Reafflrmation of one's love is important. MRS. A. M. K.
For Abby'i new booklet, "What Teen-Agers Want U
Know," send I, to Abigail Van Buren. 132 Lasky Dr.. Bev-
erly Hills. Cat. M212.
PreMems? YetTll (eel better If you get It off yonr chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. M7M. L.A.,
Calif. 90069. Enciose stamped, wll addressed envelope.
please.
FUNERAL SERVICES
l-'UNF.RAL services for Ihc
laic Mrs. Agnes Lottie Carey,
72. who died al her daughter's
residence on Mount Royal
Avenue last night, will be held
at Shirley Heights Gospel
Chapel at 6 p.m. today.
Pastor Jewers will officiate
and interment will follow in
Old Trail cemetery.
She is survived by one
daughter, Catherine Malonc,
five grandchildren and nine
great grandchildren
MODERNISTIC
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Selling Fvery 8. Anything
lor Garden S Ppts!
f ertilizers Seed*
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, dei F '"it Frees
a Tropical Fish MANY MORE
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MR. JOSEPH CERPULOTHA
MISSICK of Sea Grape Grand Bahama. P. 0. Box 2169 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 24th day of May 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship. Ministry of Home Affaiis
P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.
WE'RE LOOKIN6 FOR
MORE MEN LIKE
CHARLES BETHELL
Age:
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Employed:
Position:
24 years
Bahamian
Jan. 1st. 1973
Technical Field Engineer
Training To Date:
Electronic Maintenance Test Routine Procedures
Series C Range Electronic Machines
Two 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
Please call or write:
And Basic Electronic Knowledge or Experience
ji **iiic.
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DOWDESWELL STREET, P. O. BOX ES 6266, NASSAU
TELEPHONE 2-3367
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MCK PIKRAMEN0S, OWNER/MANAGER
Within walking distance of downtown Nassau, EL GRECO features 26
modern rooms, a gourmet restaurant and delightful pool. In Spanish styling,
the centrally airconditioned El Greco faces the Western Esplanade beach on
West Bay Street with a magnificent view of Nassau's harbour entrance.
OPEN FOR BREAKFAST -LUNCH -DINNER
rHu- d^Jtwrwi
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DEL PRADO, the Dining Room/Restaurant and Lounge at El Greco, is
decorated in the Spanish tradition and specializes in Gourmet Cuisine.
Here are a few examples of the taste-tempting specialties on the menu of Del
Prado:-
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CHATEAUBRIAND POUR DEUX 20.50
Chateaubriand For Two, Served with Bernaise Sauce
LE CARRE D'AGNEAU ROTI AUX FINES HERBS 20.50
Carreau of Lamb Roast with Fine Herbs
SUPREME DE VOLAILLE CHIMAY 6.75
Breast of Chicken with Asparagus and Mushrooms.
MEDALLIONS DE BOEUF BORDELAISE 8.00
Sliced Tenderloin of Beef with Bordelaise Sauce
SALTIMBOCCA ALLA ROMANA 7.00
Veal topped with Sage Prosciutto Ham cooked in White Wine
SCALOPPINE AL MARSALA 7.00
Veal with Marsala Sauce
LESCALOPE DE VEAU MON PLAISIR 8.75
Veal and Paprika, Artichoke, Mushrooms, Onions and Cream
LE TOURNEDOS CASA NOSTRA 10.25
Tournedos flavoured with Madeiia Sauce topped with Pate.
PATE DE CAMPAGNE 2.00
LES CREVETTES ET L'HOMARD COCKTAIL 3.00
Shrimp and Lobster Cocktail
ANTIPASTO 3.75
An Assortment of Italian Cold Cuts.
ESCARGOT BOURGUlGNONNE 3.50
Snails in Butter Garlic and Parsley
COQUILLE DEL PRADO 3.25
Escallops and Shrimps in Shell Glazed with Cheese Sauce.
STONE CRABS 4.00
With Mustard and Mayonnaise.
LE JAMBON DE PARME IMPORTED ET MELON 3.50
Melon with Imported Parma Ham.
OEUFS A LA RODOLFO VALENTINO 3.00
Eggs cooked in Butter with Chicken Liver, Onions and Tomatoes NATIVE CONCH CHOWDER I 50
VICHYSSOISE 1.50
iSiOfU
SCAMPI PROVENCALE 7.25
Scampi cooked in Butter with Garlic Tomatoes. Served with Rice
LATRUITE FAROE 7.50
Trout filled with Chicken and Ham Mousse.
LE GROUPER AUX AMANDINE 6.00
Grouper cooked in Buttei and topped with Almonds.
L'HOMAR THERMIDOR OU GRILLE 8.50
Lobster flavoured with Brandy. Onions. Mustard and Cream
Served in Shell or Broiled.
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MINESTRONE 1.50
Soup made with Fresh Vegetables of the Day
CONSOMME VERMICELLI 1.25
EL GRECO HOTEL Ph. 5-1121
For DEL PRADO Reservations Ph. 5-9324
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rheTribune-Friday. May 31,1974
THEY'RE HERE!
NEW FISH & TURTLE FOODS
DOG COLLARS, AQUARIUMS
&VARIETYOF FILTERS.
PLANTS AND GARDEN SUPPLIES AT
NASSAU GARDEN & PET SUPPLY
)NTROSE AVENUE
TELEPHONE 24259
BAHAMAS
TELECOMMUNICATIONS
CORPORATION
NOTICE
Bahamas Telecommunications Corporation
I wishes to announce that telephone service is now
I available in Ridgeland Park East and Montell
Heights.
Residents living in these areas who are interested
in obtaining service should contact the
Corporation's Commercial Office on Thompson
Boulevard. Oakes Field, telephone number 34911,
at their earliest convenience.
When applying for service, applicants are
requested to provide information regarding street
name and number on pole nearest their property.
AN ALL
BROWN
AFFAIR
MISS ANGELA SUSAN Brown
become the bride of Mr.
Merrill Brown on Saturday.
May 25, in St Sebastian's
Church, Fort Lauderdale,
Florida, at a candelight
wedding. Susan is the
younger daughter of Captain
and Mrs Frederick Walter
Brown of Nassau and Fort
Lauderdale. and Merrill the
son of Doctor and Mrs
Hunter Merrill Brown of
Birmingham. Alabama.
The bride wore an imported
English net gown, empire
styled with a portrait
neckline, and appliqued with
flowers of Venese lace and
braid. The full sweeping
train fell from a high waist
and was bordered with
matching braid. She wore a
finger tip mantilla with
appliques of lace, and
carried a cascade bouquet of
orchids, stephanotis and ivy.
The Maid of Honour was Miss
Reesa Hairston. Bridesmaids
were Sandra Wallick, Jeanne
Colahan, Pam Monast and
Cathy Leff. Their gowns
were mint green flowered
print and they carried
bouquets of white
Marguerite daisies, yellow
tea roses and baby's breath.
Maureen Gallagher, niece
of the bride, was the flower
girl. She wore mint green
Last Week of Sale
at
Arnold's Pepi Store
MEN'S POLYESTER PANTS
All colours including black
- were $24.00 8t $16.00 now $16.95 & $10.
SHIRTS WERE up to $14.95
now $7.95 or 2 for $12.00
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BOYS' SHIRTS $1.95
BOYS' POLYESTER PANTS $7.00
W). \ or 3 for $20.00 School Colours
SW
GIRLS'DRESSES up to 50% off
LADIES' White Uniforms20%off.
SHOES from $3.95
Arnold's Dept.Store
& Victoria Awe.
Susan Brown
and carried a
daisies, roses
breath.
basket of
md baby's
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Two students marry & go to Leeds
Dr. Hunter Merrill Browr
was his son's best man.
Ushers were Matthews
Brown, Hunter Brown.
Larry Visznia and Gary
Conner. The bride's nephew,
Michael Gallagher, was the
ring bearer.
The mother of the bride wore
peach and the mother of the
groom yellow chiffon.
The Most Reverend
Hamilton West, D.D., Bishop
of Florida, and Reverend
Kenneth Milford of Mexico
performed the ceremony.
A gold Crucifix with an inset
diamond, a family heirloom,
was the groom's gift to the
bride.
Nassau guests attending the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Brown. Mrs Neville
Brown, the Misses Barbara.
Sylvia and Angela Brown,
Mr. & Mrs. Brian Brown, Dr.
& Mrs. Paul Albury, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Stewart and
their two children Bruce and
Karen, Miss Ethelyn
Knowles. Mr. Leon Flowers,
the Misses Fredericka Miller
and Judy Iliggs, Mr. Craig
Miller and Mr. & Mrs. Peter
Cole.
Susan attended Tulane
University and is a membei
of Pi Beta Phi Sorority
Merrill, a graduate of
Tulane, is an architect with
offices in New Orleans
where the young couple will
reside
Here & There
BOAT MISSING
WITH 4 ABOARD
A fishing vessel, Doscas.
with four persons aboard is
missing on a trip from Nassau
to the Great Isaacs Light area,
known as the Gingerbread
Grounds.
The 40 ft. vessel has a white
hull with green trim, and an
orange deck. On board are
Captian Fred McKenzie Henry
Cartwright. Lee Johnson and
Willis Gray.
The vessel left Nassau on
May 18 and was expected back
in seven or eight days. The
vessel, last heard of in Bimini,
is owned by Rodney Heastie
TRIP TO GENOA
MINISTER of Transport
George A. Smith, and Minister
of Development Alfred
Maycock, will leave Nassau on
Saturday for Genoa, Italy, via
New York and Rome. During
their promotional visit in
Genoa, they will have
discussions with prospective
investors about maritime
matters and the petrochemical
industry.
The two Ministers will
return to Nassau at the end of
next week.
LUIDA VICTORIA, only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Leon Knowles of Blair
Estate, became the bride of
Robert Morgan Brown,
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs
Sidney Brown of Sans Souci.
in a double-ring ceremony
performed by Father George
Wolfe at Sacred Heart
Church on April 13. The
bride was given in marriage
by her father.
The bride wore a floor length
dress of seal skin satin,
trimmed with Venetian lace
and braid hat with a spray of
white, pink and yellow
carnations and carried a
bouquet of white carnations
and babys breath.
The maid of honour was Claire
Brown and the bridesmaid
was Caune Brown, both
sisters of the groom.
The maid of honour wore a
pink dress of floral georgette
over pink, with matching
braid hat. her bouquet was
of pink Carnations. The
bridesmaid wore a dress of
yellow floral georgette over
yellow satin with matching
braid hat. her bouquet was
of yellow carnations
The best man was Jonny
Brown, brother of the
groom The groomsman was
Scotty Brown, cousin of the
groom
The toast to the bride was
proposed by Mr Roscoe
Pyfrom. to which the groom
responded
The ushers were Tommy
Brown, and Perry Guider.
Trie bride's mother wore a
floor length dress of yellow
knit jersey with matching
assessories The grooms
mother wore a pale green
floor length dress of
embroidred swiss cotton,
with matching assessories.
Out of town guests were, the
groom's grandmother. Mrs.
Clara Pappalardo of New
York; Mrs. Will Davis. Mr.
and Mrs. S. D. Dawson and
their three daughters. Mr.
Freddie Brown and three
children from Miami.
Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morgan Brown.
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IN THE SUPREME COURT No 20
OF THE BAHAMAS 1974
Equity side
IN THE MATTER of the Petition of DF.NCTL
E. HANNA
AND
FN THE MATTER of the Quieting Titles Act
1959
AND
IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT PIECE
parcel or lot of land being Lots 64. 65 and 66
of the Sandilands Allotments Bounded
Northwardly by a Road and running thereon
702 feet Southwardly by Pine Yard Road and
running thereon 792 feet on the Fast by lot
Number 47 and running thereon 660 feet and
Westerly by lot Number 63 and running
thereon 660 fee! in the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence.
NOTICE
The Petition of Dencil E. Hanna of the Southern
District of the Island of New Providence in the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas in respect ol
ALL THAT piece parcel or tract of land Situate
Sandilands Allotments in the Eastern District of
the Island of New Providence comprising Lots
number 64 65 and 66 of the said Sandilands
Allotments and bounded on the North by a 30
foot Road and running thereon 792 feet
Southwardly by Pine Yard Road and running
there 792 feet Eastwardly by lot number 67 and
running thereon 660 feet and Westwardly by lot
number 63 and running thereon 66o feet being
approximately 1254 feet East of Nassau Beach
Properties Limited Subdivision.
Dencil E. Hanna The Petitioner in this Matter
claims to be the owner of the unencumbered fee
simple Estate in possession of the said parcel of
land has made application to the Supreme Court of
the Commonwealth of the Bahamas Under Section
3 or the Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have his Title
to the said tract of land investigated and the nature
and extent thereof determined and declared in a
certificate of Title to be granted by The Supreme
Court of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas in
accordance with the provisions of the Act.
COPIES of the said plan may be inspected during
normal office hours at the following places
A. The Registry of the Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas
B. The Office of the Undersigned
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim not
recognized in the Petition shall on or before the
15th day of July A.D. 1974 file in the Supreme
Court of the Bahamas in the City of Nassau in the
Island of New Providence and serve on the
Petitioner or his Attorneys a Statement of his
claim in the prescribed form verified by an
Affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
Statement of his claim on or before the 15th day
of July A.D. 1974 will operate as a bar to such
claim.
HANNA&SrUARTCOAKI I Y
Attorneys for the Petitioner
Devcaux and Dowdeswell Street
Nassau Bahamas
Florida, Miss Dianne
Cart wright, Miss Cherrie
Wells. Allan Wells and Eddie
Wells from West Palm Beach.
Florida.
The reception was held at the
La Chandelle, Halcyon
Balmoral Beach, Hotel.
The couple has taken up
residence in Leeds, United
Kingdom where they are
studying at Leedi University
for four years.
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IN THE SUPREME COURT
OF THE BAHAMAS
Equity Side
No. 19
'974
IN THE MATTER OF THE Quieting Titles
Act 1959
AND
IN THE MATTER of the Petition of
HANSEL AMBRISTER
AND
IN THE MATTER of All those Two Parcels or
tracts of land Comprising 10.75 Acres and 5
Acres respectively and Situate South of
Soldier Road in the Eastern District of the
Island of New Frovidence.
NOTICE
Petition of HANSEL AMBRISTER of the
Southern District of the Island of New Providence
in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas in respect
of:-
A. ALL THAT piece parcel or tract of land
Comprising 10.75 Acres Situate South of
Soldier Road and being a portion of Malcolm
Allotments in the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence and bounded on the
North by land now or formerly the property
of Morris Adderley and a Ten foot Road
Reservation and running thereon 571.23 feet
Eastwardly by land now or formerly the
property of one Wood and running thereon
779.40 feet on the South by a Road
Reservation ten feet wide and running thereon
594 feet on the West by land said to be the
property of one C. Johnson and running
thereon 789.55 feet.
B. ALL that piece parcel or tract of land
comprising 5 Acres and Situate South of
Soldier Road being a portion of Malcolm
Allotments in the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence and bounded on the
North by a Ten Foot Road Reservation
Separating it from land said to be the
property of Sampson Hunt and running
thereon 594 feet on the East by land now or
formerly the property of J. Pyfrom and
running thereon 685.15 feet on the South by
land the property of Joanna Ferguson and
running thereon for a total distance of 616.68
feet and on the West by land said to be the
property of Joanna Ferguson and land the
property of Charles Johnson and running
thereon for a total distance of 501.90 feet.
HANSEL AMBRISTER the Petitioner in this
Matter claims to be the Owner of the
unincumbered fee simple Estate in possession of
the said parcels of land and has made application
to the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of
the Bahamas Under Section 3 of the Quieting
Titles to have his Title to the said tracts of land
investigated and the nature and extent thereof
determined and declared in a Certificate of Title to
be granted by the Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas in accordance with
the provisions of the Act.
Copies of the said plan may be inspected during
normal Office hours at the following places
A. The Registry of the Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas
B. The Office of the Undersigned
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim not
recognized in the Petition shall on or before the
15th day of July A.D. 1974 File in the Supreme
Court of the Bahamas in the City of Nassau in the
Island of New Providence and serve on the
Petitioner or his Attorney A Statement of his claim
in the prescribed form verified by an affidavit to be
filed therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
Statement of his claim on or before the 15th day
of July A.D. 1974 will operate as a bar to such
claim.
DAVID C.BETHELL
Attorney for the Petitioner
The Bernard Sunley Building
Situate North side of Bay Street
Nassau, Bahamas.


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Pindling


PRIME MINISTER L. O. Pindling agreed last night that re-examination of
spending priorities is needed to deal with the economic plight of Bahamians because
"the Government has little money to spare."
The re-assessment would boil down to sacrifice by those less hard-hit for the benefit of "those
whose plight amounts to a blight," he said.
And the salaries ot
Ilouse members might be a By MIKE LOTHIAN
good place to start the
re-examination, he suggested, expressed sympathy for the gear that would put them ii
Mr. Pindling was speaking on efforts of Mr. Moxey to get his business."
Coconut Grove M.P. Edmund committee. He wondered how That would not only pu
Moxey's motion for far their sympathy would go, in Bahamians in business an(
appointment of a committee to view of the fact that even a provide employment, but ad
investigate the social, cultural moderate increase would cost to Bahamian utilisation of th
and economic plight of the the Government $4 million nation's natural resources. Th
Bahamian people. more a year. Ministry of Agriculture ant
The Prime Minister took to "Where would it he better to Fisheries is also considering
the floor of the House after a spend that sum of money: to similar programme in stock
number of PLP backbenchers ease the plight of Bahamians raising, he said. "Runs of shee
broke party ranks to assert that who have little, or to ease the and goats and pens of pig
the econ. myi faced many plight of those who have might be started by family
Bahamians with an "emergency nothing?" he asked., groups in the islands and i
situation" that called for PL.IGHT, A BLIGHT New Providence, too. providing
"extraordinary" and "d a- lie said if parliamenetarians food and employment "
miatic" action by Govcrnme.t ,;i establish a precedent by The problem in simple
government "making a personal sacrifice meeting such programmes, h
"I feel," he decalred, "that ourselves we may be in a said, is to find $3 million or S
if what we have been saying is position to call on others to million "without borrowing.
to hve any validity we ouJht hold the line where they are. If PRIORITIES
to begin with an cxaminition we do that, whatever stringent lie continued: "The priority
of ourselves. We need to ask methods the Government in 1974 has been water
ourselves some hard questions, takes to find the funds, we can Additional desalinatio
For one, are we prepared to use it to help those whose equipment had to be ordered
i-> politics with hur.:.,- p ;li; ,,,ui,. t blightt" hu costing millions of dollars. Th
suffering? said. Minister of Works is now on
"We have testified on the Replying to charges that the mission to Libya and Saud
plight of our people, and it Government itself had not Arabia where he is looking a
takes no miracle for anyone to done enough, the Prime the latest in desalinatio
see or to know that these are Minister went on: equipment. That is still
difficult economic times, and "For some weeks now, since priority."
that difficulties in the February, we in the PLP have And while everyone w;
economy spill over into the been considering ways and speaking so frankly, he added
social area," he said. means by which the economy he had something to say about
"We have said there are can he stimulated and the the attitudes ot son
many poor and jobless people. social and economic plight of Bahamians.
We cannot deny that. our people improved. Several "Maybe we should no long
'They say the people need areas are receiving the active turn a blind eye on the fcl
us now because this is their consideration of the who shows up for work with
darkest hour. That we car not Government." hangover, or who works tw
deny One area, he said, was to days, collects his salary an
It was no secret, he said, utilise the knowledge being takes two days off," he said.
that many parliamentarians obtained through United Both Mr. Pindling an
had moved to new homes, or Nations research here and "by Health Minister A. Loftu
that they drew a salary from getting our priorities right we Roker dealt with housing,
the Treasury for sitting in the can assist our fishermen in subject that came in for sorn
House while so many were obtaining the equipment and Pae 3 Col.
unemployed. That was not
causing concern, he said.
"What they would le
concerned with is what we
might be prepared to do for Income tax has
them who are unemployed,
who cannot make ends meet,
who are in difficult economic:
straits. What can we do? They warns A rm brisI
don't have jobs. We are in this
House. We are paid from the By NICKI KELLY they were saying was that 'w
Public Treasury. are with you, we support you
"If and when this committee "A LOT OF PROGRESS- we support you but don'
is appointed they may well IVF countries in the world that forget us. You promised u
consider that we might I know of have implemented that you would do certain
surrender part of what we get income tax. Many people hate things and we are jus
so that something might be to hear that but that is the reminding you what yoi
done for them if there is most equitable form of taxing haven't done.'
validity in what we are people," the P.L'P's Killarney "Maybe we will begin t,
saying." representative Cadwell open our eyes. These are th
He agreed that "we are in an Armbrister asserted in the people we told we would mee
emergency situation" and that tlouse yesterday. with constantly. Now it is u|
"something positive and "It has been said that this to us to prepare them an
dramatic needs to be done. will drive away investors, but it whatever it takes we must b
LITTLE TO SPARE, has to come. Let us be honest, prepared to do that. Thes
"It is said that we need to that is the only way of people are the very lifeblood o
get our priorities right. It is relieving the burden. In every our country and let us no
also said that we have no other country there is taxation forget that."
many, but I can say that the and the investor is paying Mr. Armhrister said their
situation is that we have little through the nose." were some who were afraid o
money to spare." Those therefore who were allowing foreign nationals t,
One factor that could be saying that income tax was not come into the country to built
considered is the current claims good for the country were homes. "Some say that these
from civil servants and teachers those who would he the ones people will in time outnumber
for salary increases, claims the to be affected. "They are only us, but I say that we need ti
Prime Minister described as trying to save themselves," he think about every single thin
good and just. declared, and explore every avenue."
"So we have two kinds of Mr. Armbrister was one of a One of the things h


economic plights: one who number of government believed might he going wron
cannot do as well now as he backbenchers to speak out in was that "when we wer
did before with what he has, support of Coconut Grove striving to achieve certain goal
and the plight of those who representative Edmund and aims we were bold an(
can't do anything because they Moxey's motion for a prepared to advance new idea
have nothing." committee to consider the and take a step into th
Also, he said, the teachers social, economic and cultural unknown.
and civil servants have plight of the Bahamian. "It would appear now tha
Mr. Moxey's contention that we are getting too conservative
the grass rools over-he-hill and when one gets conservative
M 1 l were being neglected you fall into complacency."
SEE economically was supported by To rectify the situation w
WHY YOU CAN a placard demonstration must have men ready to rise t
AFFORD outside the House Wednesday the occasion, he said. It wa
DOLLY'S BEST morning, not the ideas that were pu
'This demonstration was forward that were important
SliM S good," Mr. Armbrister but the onness of purpose. "W
declared. "Those people we must always be dedicated to
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SEVERAL hotels in Nassau and
Freeport are finding it increasingly
difficult financially to make ends meet
because of the high costs for power
and water.
And several hotels are considering
closure of part of their facilities during
the summer to cut their costs.
This has been confirmed by The
Tribune this week following disclosure
by this newspaper that the
Nassau Harbour Club was closing its
50 rooms "indefinitely" because it
could not turn a profit and also news
that the Lucayan Beach Hotel in
Freeport was closing 100 of its rooms
for the month of June because of a 22
percent drop-off in business.


WATKINS

TO CALL

FOR

JUMBEY

PROBE
MARSH Harbour M.P. T
Errington Watkins served Parl
notice this morning that he ar
will ask for a committee "to spo
enquire into all aspects of days
Jumbey Village from the time he
of its inception up to the is w
present time." one
Mr. Watkins tabled the in
notice as the House prepared T
to adjourn at 1:45 this repr
morning to 10:30 a.m. June (PLI
19. acco
In view of the late hour the hou
House completed debate on his
an FNM motion of no on
confidence in Health Minister cult
A. Loftus but did not Bah
proceed with resolutions on
the agenda calling on T
Government to establish spol
education funds for the Mox
children of two police con
officers killed in the line of show
duty rechtly. He said he nati
would Ihve for adoption of one,
the resutior on July 19. af"e
Norman Solomon repr
(FNM-St. George & out.
Dunmore) said he would
move at the next House "
meeting for a select sign
committee to consider all way
matters pertaining to the great
construction of schools under west
the Panelfab prefabricated Min
system. now
Mike Lightbourn lies.
(Ind-Clarence Town) said he whe
would move for appointment kno
of a committee "to enquire
into all matters relating to the
injection of funds into the give
Bahamas by Messrs. Robert yest
Vesco and Norman LeBlanc spoke
through their various right
companies and the
implications of these (
investments particularly in thui
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people. We must be prepared
to tell the people that if we
have gone off the track we are
now prepared to get back on."
Mr. Armbrister said he
hoped some good would come
out of what happened. "I hope
that the many confessions
made are not watered down
righteousness, when we say
things we do not mean.
"Out of this debate today
should come a rededication of
every representative regardless
of what are; he represents.
This government opened the
eyes of the people but now
that they are open don't let us
think that we can hoodwink
the:.: ."
Pointing out that there had
bee:: a lack of communication
among government members,
Mr. Armbrister said he had
discovered a shopping centre
was being built in his
constituency from reading the
newspaper.
"I do not wish anybody to
think that I am against progress
or building or against anything
for the welfare of our people.
but as representatives of the
people we are due to a certain
degree of respect."
To the claim that the
country's resources were
limited Mr. Armbrister argued
that if one was to be truthful
savings could be effected in a
number of Ministries.
He had seen instances where
one man was working on a job
while five sent out with him
stood around watching. "The
manpower has to be better
utilized," he declared.


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A further report from Freeport
yesterday said the 250-room Lucayan
Beach Hotel may be forced to close
down completely for the summer d
Government fails to issue the casino
licence the hotel has applied for since
February. Since closure of the Monte
Carlo Casino at the hotel by Bahamas
Amusements Limited last December
there has been a marked fall-off in
tourist business, it was stated.
The Tribune also confirmed today
that the Hyatt Emerald Beach Hotel
on Cable Beach is closing 100 of its
rooms for the summer for renovations.
No executive for the hotel was
available for comment.
The South Ocean Beach Hotel,


Moxey

praises

speech

freedom
HE FREEDOM with which
iamentary representatives
;e out during the past two
Sof debate "is a good and
thy sign that this country
ell on the way to building
of the greatest democracies
he western hemisphere."
hus did Coconut (rove
esentative Edmund Moxey
P) sum up what had been
implished during the 12'I2
rs that members discussed
precedent setting motion
the social, economic and
ural problems besetting the
amnas.
hanking those who had
ten on the measure, Mr.
xey said he had been a bit
earned because history had
wn that in newly-emerging
ons, specifically the black
s, situations arose soon
r independence that made
esentatives afraid tp speak

This is a good and healthy
that this country is on the
to building one of the
t democracies in the
tern hemisphere. The
sisters of the government
know where the power
The backbench know',
re it lies and the people
w where the power lies.
Of course there was also
n a vote of approval early
erday when the elements
ke in great approval of the
ts of the people."

This was a reference to the
nderclap as Cat Island
resentative Oscar Johnson
speaking on the power of
people).

At 6:35 p.i. Mr. Moxey's
:ion was put to the vote and
ied unanimously by the 15
ernment members and six
position present.
he Prime Minister was
;nt at the time. Deputy
ne Minister Arthur Hanna
Health Minister Loftus
ker, subject of a no
fidence motion later.
ked into the chamber
nediately after the
imittee request was
roved.

named to Mr. Moxey's
imittee to consider the
al, economic and cultural
ht of the Bahamian were:
Moxey: Franklyn Wilson
P); Carlton Francis (PI.1):
ar Johnson (PLP); Noel
erts (FNM); Cleophas
erley (FNM) and Cyril
es(FNM).


newl) opened last year. is to close off
certain Iloors for the summer months
and will only keep one wing of the
I 20-room hotel open
There has also been rumours -
mentioned even by members in
Parliament yesterday that another
Cable Beach Hotel was closing for the
summer.
General Bahamian Companies
president Arthur McZier denied that it
was to be the Sonesta Beach Hotel.
Although the hotel has lost millions of
dollars in its two years of operations,
plans are afoot for a sale, reportedly to
a Canadian group, but nothing so far
has been finalized. Mr. McZier said.


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ROKER

SURVIVES
LHEAL TH MINISTER
Loftus Roker survied a "no
confidence" vote last night
when tlie government
skilfully reversed the wording
on an Opposition resolution
to make it an endorsement of
his policies regarding the
medical services and in
particular the Princess
Margaret Hospital.
The initial resolution was
put by Mr. Cyril Fountain
tFNM-Long Island), Shadow
Minister of Health. Mr.
Fountain ran into rough seas
from the start when Deputy
Prime Minister Arthur Hanna
challenged the grammar in
the resolution.
Having weathered that
storm lie was then challenged
by Grants Town represent-
ative Franklyn Wilson who
accused him of reading his
speech, contrary to Housel
rules
When the no confidence
resolution, as amended by the
government was put to the
vote shortly after I a.m..
FNM members Kendal Isaacs,
Norman Solomon. Cyril
Tynes, Noel Roberts and
Cyril Fountain voted against
it and for the original motion.
as did Mr. Michael Liht-
bourn (Ind.).


AI i', ,1"', PIIII.IP S)' ONvk'TEI'
SIDNEY POITIER at his
Winton Heights home today
discussing the Nassau
premiere of his movie
"Uptown Saturday Night."
lii announced that he and
('alvin lockhart will be at
lie Shirley Street Theatre
tor the movie, which
premieress on June 14.
A special reserved seat area
downstairs has been set aside
tor the performance.
1he world premiere is in aid of
thi Bahamas Association for
the Mentally Retarded.
An association spokesman said
that the reserved seats
downstairs are to
complement the already sold
out reserved balcony seats.
There is also an unreserved
sect ion downstairs.
Tickets are on sale at Cleary
Optical. Bay Street, priced
.t S15 and S25.


Goombay

radio
"BAHIIAMAS (oombay
Summer Showcase," a
half-hour radio show designed
to keep people well informed
of what's going on throughout
(;oomihay Summer '74, will
take to the air on Monday,
June 3 at 7:30 p.m
'l he broadcast will be heard
every Monday night.


lending credence to the beli It
be the Sonest is a report that
Ia general manager Bob Sowu
be leaving to take up
ership of the King's Inn Hotel
olf Club at Freeport.
toy Bailey, a vice president of
ss Hotels (Bahamas), has
ed his position which included
Il management of the hotel, "for
al reasons." The resignation
effect onJune 1.
a understood that Mr. Bailey is
ring from an operation.
Souers was off the island today
Ir. McZier said he had not heard
SSouers leaving.


Prisoner

criticalr

after

attack
A FOX HILL Prison inmate,
seriously injured during a
knifing attack in a bathroom
shower stall on Monday, has
been hospitalized in critical
condition.
The man, Philip Rahming, is
being treated for injuries to the
neck and chest, allegedly
caused in a knife attack by
another prisoner.
The incident, reportedly
part of a homosexual conflict
at the institution, has caused
Home Affairs officials to
request a report of the
circumstances surrounding the
attack.
The knifing was reported to
Criminal Investigation
Department on Monday.

Hurricanes,

you may begin

MIAMI The 1974 Atlantic
hurricane season officially
begins Saturday 12 days
after the first tropical
depression of the year was
sighted.
The weak depression which
formed in the northwest
Caribbean May 20 broke up
the next day.
Officials at the National
Hurricane Centre in Miami say
that based on patterns for the
past 100 years, there are eight
to 10 name storms each season,
with two or three hitting land
somewhere in the United
States.

Frigate
arrives
A United States guided
missile frigate, the USS
Richmond K. Turner, arrived
here for a five day
visit. Captain James Lynns is
the commanding officer of the
warship, one of the latest units
in the U.S. Atlantic Fleet.
The Turner, named aftrr a
famous American admiral, will
be open to the public from
May 31 to June 3 between the
hours of 1.30 and 4 p.m.
Armament carried on the
frigate includes twin Terrier
missile launchers, two triple
tube torpedo mounts,
antisubmarine rocket launcher
and two 3-inch rapid-fire gun
mounts. She has a crew of 380.
Anyone who may he
interested in extending
hospitality to any of the
officers and crew should
contact the naval liaison officer
at the United States Embassy.


Gunmen strike teacher in face


THE LATEST victim of an
armed robbery attack is an
English teacher who has only
been here four months. He
was robbed at gunpoint
Sunday night in The Grove,
West Bay Street, by two
Bahamian youths.
Mr. Barrie Beat, a teacher
at D. W. Davis Junior High
School, today gave this story
to The Tribune.
About 11.50 Sunday night.
after locking his car and while
heading for his apartment
building, two masked men
came at him from a gate
across the street.
One was about 6ft and the
other 5 ft. 8 is. Both wore
dark clothes, and their faces
were covered with what


seemed to be white
handkerchiefs.
The tall one approached
Mr. Best. lhreate ied him and
asked for money. He forced
his hand into one of Mr.
Best's pockets and removed
the few dollars he had on
him. Meanwhile. Mr. Best
managed to get a very
expensive gold lighter out of
his other pocket and throw it
to the ground so they
wouldn't get that.
The shorter one, who had
what appeared to be a gun,
stayed a little distance away.
watching.
They tried repeatedly to
get him into his car to drive
them somewhere but after he
persistently refused, the one


with the gun struck him in
the face. They had threatened
to shoot him if he didn't, but
he would not comply.
The gun went off as he
was struck, and both
assailants took off in his car.
He later discovered that his
apartment had been broken
into and money and food
taken. Inside was ransacked.
Food was found on a patio
sall where they apparently
waited until he returned.
A statement was given to
C.I.D. shortly after I
a.m. Mr. Best's car was
found yesterday about 3.30
p.m. by one of the student
from his school.
It was parked by Bethel


Robertson on Independence
Drive in "full view" of the
road, and employers the
mid they had see the ea
since Monday morntig. Thty
told him many pole awr
had pased there and that o
bf them even spo ll a
policeman about it, .bu
apparently to s- aval


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Rivals

drink

to the

death
FORT WALTON BEACH,
Fla. A gin-drinking contest
between two men who tried to
settle a dispute over their
liquor capacities ended with
both contestants dead, police
say.
Police chief Tommy Ray
gave the following account of
the deaths of Walter Wade, 39,
and Eugene Cole, 32:
Wade and Cole had long
disputed who could consume
the most alcohol. The owner of
a tavern they frequented
decided to end the argument
by holding a drinking contest
Sunday night.
A "timekeeper" was
appointed and the men began
downing glasses of gin. The
contest was called off when
neither man could drink any
more. Each had put away
between 32 and 48 ounces of
gin in less than an hour.
Cole was found unconscious
on a street near his home
Monday morning and booked
into the city jail for public
drunkenness.
He was checked hourly Ray
said, and when he could not be
roused at 3:10 p.m. he was
sent to a hospital where he was
pronounced dead 11 minutes
after arrival.
Wade went to his sister's
home after the contest. When
she could not rouse him at 5
p.m. Monday, she took him to
the same hospital, where he
died Tuesday morning. (AP)


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Nixon cautions Supreme Court


against a 'rush ofjudgment'

WASHINGTON- President taking place, the house permit conspiracy defendants It left unclear as to
Nixon reasserted his right last judiciary committee voted 37 John D. Ehrlichman and whether this meant the
night to decide whether to 1 to issue yet another Charles W. Colson and their prosecutors will be allowed to
papers subpoenaed for the subpoena against the lawyers access to much of the see everything requested or
criminal trial of former aides President, demanding tape material they have just those items that Nixon
should be surrendered even if recordings of 45 more subpoenaed for their trial, grants to Colson and
failure to do so means "that Watergate conversations. Release of any documents Ehrlichman for use in court.
these cases must ultimately The committee warned that they deem relevant to
be dismissed." Nixon that it will consider his their defence will then be Ehrlichman and Colson,
And he cautioned the continued refusal to comply weighed by Nixon "as to both former top Nixon aides,
Supreme Court against a with the demands for whether the documents are charged with conspiracy
"rush to judgment" in evidence an indication the should be produced," St. to violate the civil rights of
hearing its first Watergate material is damaging and a Clair wrote. Dr. Lewis Fielding, the
tapes case. asking the court e round for impeachment. He added that "members psychiatrist who had treated
instead to wait for a ruling byimpea of the special prosecutor's Pentagon Papers figure Daniel
the U.S. Court of Appeals. In a letter to U.S. District office will be provided access Ellsberg. Their trial, along
Judge Gerhard A. Gesell, to all of such materials made with three others similarly
Even as the submission of James D. St. Clair, Nixon's available to the defendants charged, is scheduled to begin
papers to the two courts was lawyer, said the President will and their counsel." June 17. (AP)


GENEVA Syria and Israel
today signed an historic accord
to silence their guns on the
Golan H.ights and move on to
a lasting peace settlement in the
Middle East.
And the Syrian command
ordered its guns silenced along
the 40-mile Golan Heights
front apparently ending the
81-day-old war of attrition
with Israel, the government
announced.
The cease-fire went into
effect at 1115 gmt. half an
hour after the agreement to
separate the two opposing
armies was signed in Geneva,
according to a government
statement broadcast by
Damascus radio.
Some 200 newsmen watched
the start of the ceremony in
the iarbeled council hall of
the Palais des Nations, the U.N.
headquarters in Geneva.
Israel's delegation, headed
by Lt Gen. Iler/l Shafir,
started the signing at 11:17 in
the glare of TV lights with the
Syrians making no move to
follow suit.
Siilasvou then asked the
press to leave the hall and the
signing continued behind
closed doors.
Signing of the pact was
expected to end 80 days of
fighting on the Heights, start a
prisoner exchange and move a
permanent peace a step closer
to the troubled area.
On Saturday, Israeli and
Syrian military delegations
begin five days of talks on the
disengagement timetable and
on precise demarcation lines
for thinning out of forces. The


TEL AVIV Israel is
gravely ill economically and
will plunge into a severe crisis
if the United States stops or
reduces its economic aid to the
Jewish state, says the head of
the Bank of Israel.
The bank's governor, Moshe
Sanbar. told a news
conference that reduced U.S.
aid could force the government
to spend all its reserves on
basic food items and arms.
"Israel is completely at


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Kissinger home
WASHINGTON U.S. Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger, tired but triumphant, reported to President
Nixon and Congressional leaders today on his extraordinary
34-day Middle East peace mission.
Kissinger and Nixon held a breakfast meeting in the
White House family quarters.
Kissinger was then to hold a briefing for bipartisan -
that is, Democratic and Republican congressional leaders
summoned to the White House.
The President's forthcoming trip to the Middle East was
among the topics being discussed on Kissinger's first day
back in the United States. (AP)


troop separation agreement
says all its provisions are to be
implemented by June 25.
Israel and Syria formally
endorsed the pact on
Thursday, one day after
agreement by the negotiating
teams was announced in
Jerusalem and Washington.
The Syrian endorsement
came at a 10-hour session of
President Hafez Assad's ruling
Socialist Baath Party and
Israeli approval on a 76 to 36
vote in the Knesset, or
Parliament.
Israeli Premier Golda Meir,
76, who supported the
Egyptian and Syrian
disengagements, said the
Knesset debate was the last
session she would attend


before Premier-designate
Yitzhak Rabin takes over the
Israeli government.
Syria generally has been the
most 'radical state in the
quarter-century-old Arab
struggle against Israel.
American sources feel its
acceptance of disengagement
may help calm Arab bitterness
and open the door to a
resumption this summer of the
Geneva peace conference that
started and then adjourned last
December.
Syria refused to take part in
the talks at that time.
The disengagement
agreement contains these
points:
A land, sea and air
cease-fire that both sides will
"scrupulously observe."


A rearrangement and
separation of Israeli and Syrian
forces along the 40-mile front.
American officials say Israel
will evacuate territory it
captured in the October war, as
well as the city of Qunietra and
six or seven villages captured in
the 1967 war.
New positions for
thinned-out Israeli and Syrian
armies on opposite sides of the
buffer zone, which is to be
policed by United Nations
personnel. The zone will vary
from one to four miles wide.
A thinning-out of Israeli
and Syrian forces on both sides
of the buffer zone.
Control by each side of its
own air space.
Return of all wounded
prisoners of war, supervised by
the International Committee of
the Red Cross, within 24 hours
of the signing. The morning
after the military working
group completes its tasks, all
remaining prisoners will be
returned. The prisoners
involved include 73 Israelis and
408 Syrians, Moroccans and
Iraqis.
days of the signing of the
bodies of prisoners who have
died.
Definition of the
disengagement accord as "not a
peace agreement," but a "step
toward a just and durable
peace ...."
The two sides continue to
differ over the type of U.N.
presence in the buffer zone.
The Syrians have spoken of
U.N. "observers," while Israel
wants a U.N. "force" to
actively protect the truce from
violations. There will be 1,250
U.N. personnel with defensive
weapons.
In Moscow, the Soviet News
Agency Tass claimed a share of
the credit for the Soviet Union
in arranging the disengagement,
which it said had been
"constantly discussed" by
Foreign Minister Andrei
Gromyko and Syrian leaders in
Gromyko's recent Damascus
visits.


-MARK--

'CRUEL'

CLAIM

REJECTED


Capt. PHILLIPS
His horse won
LONDON A housewife's
demand that Queen
Elizabeth's son-in-law be
prosecuted for cruelty to
horses has been rejected, a
spokesman for the Director
of Public Prosecutions said.
Mrs. Jean Pyke, 53, had
objected to the way captain
Mark Phillips, husband of
Princess Anne, rode
Columbus in the Badminton
horse trials last month.
Capt. Phillips won the
event and claimed that the
horse had not been
maltreated.
The Director of Public
Prosecutions said no action
would be taken following a
letter from Mrs. Pyke. The
contents of the letter were
not disclosed.
Mrs. Pyke said she now
plans a national campaign to
abolish what she calls "cruel
and degrading" showjumping.
(AP)

Sex school

closed
LAS VEGAS The
Institute of Sexual Learning
has been closed down here
after a one-week run.
Shop owner Robert Churik,
41, opened last week under a
general revenue licence pending
final approval of his business
licence.
In the application, Churik
said the institute would deal
with the "administration of
tests, the results of which are
forwarded to laboratories to be
a part of computerized
printouts resulting in various
phases of human sociologic
environment aspects."
But newspaper ads for the
institute offered "total
nudity," "beautiful showgirls,"
"private rooms" and
"king-sized beds."

Hollywood

tragedy
LOS ANGELES Police say
William Allen Norman, 43,
walked into a Hollywood
police station, pointed a
frontier-style pistol at officers
and said: "Okay, here I am."
He was shot dead on the
spot.
Police said it was only
afterwards they discovered the
Los Angeles man was carrying
a pellet gun, designed to look
like a western weapon. (AP)

ITT 'clear'
WASHINGTON Special
Watergate Prosecutor Leon
Jaworski said his office has
failed to turn up any criminal
conduct by International
Telephone and Telegraph Corp.
executives in their settlement
of three U.S. government
antitrust cases against the giant
conglomerate.
Jaworski said that although
the case is not being closed
"there is no present
expectation" of a major
development in what has been
the central focus of the special
prosecutor's ITT investigation.
(AP)


PARIS President Valery
Giscard d'Estaing pursued his
spectacular liberalisation of
French policies today with a
series of proposals including
lowering the voting age and
banning the sale of arms to
countries at odds with France's
"liberal mission".
In a message to the National
Assembly, the new president
also promised to cooperate with
the French Parliament and to
widen the powers of the
existing constitutional council
to allow it to deal with
individual complaints
concerning alleged violations of
personal freedom.
Giscard d'Estaing told the
National Assembly that the
newly-named government of
Premier Jacques Chirac would
ask June 5 for a vote of


confidence.
The vote, regarded as
virtually certain, would
constitute parliamentary
approval of his policy to
"change France," the
48-year-old president said in
his first message to the 490
deputies.
Giscard d'Estaing announc-
ed he would stop official
wiretapping, liberalize the
conditions for political asylum
and refrain from seizures of
publications critical of the
government.
His liberalization measures,
including lowering the general
voting age, were strenuously
resisted by his predecessors
Charles de Gaulle and Georges
Pompidou throughout the 16
years of the Fifth Republic.
(AP)


TWO DIE IN GUN BATTLE
PARIS Two bystanders, a man and a woman, were
killed in a gun battle between police and two gangsters in
central Paris yesterday following a holdup attempt at a
jewelry store near St. Lazare railroad station.
Police said the gangsters took refuge in buildings
clustered near the Unity church. The area was surrounded
by scores of police marksmen.
One of the men was arrested as he ran out of a building
still carrying his Mauser pistol, police reported.
The other man was believed hiding in one of the
old-fashioned office buildings near the church and police
searched the neighborhood room by room. (AP)



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LONDON The price of
gold fell in London today after
a brief trading flurry yesterday
that raised the price six dollars
an ounce.
Dealers said the price surge
was caused by moves in the
U.S. Senate Wendesday to
allow Americans to own and
trade in the precious metal.
They added, however, that
they expected the heavy
demand for gold to be
short-lived because the U.S.
Treasury opposes the Senate
move.
The Senate decided to end
on Sept. I the 40-year ban on


the owning of gold by U.S.
citizens. But because of
treasury opposition, the House
of Representatives was
expected to strike down the
Senate initiative.

Gold sold at $156.50 an
ounce when trading opened
today and by late morning it
was on the decline.

On Thursday, news of the
Senate initiative had cause the
gold price to open at $163 an
ounce up from Wednesday's
156. It dropped back later to
$161 and finally closed at 162.
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the mercy of the United
States," he said.
Sanbar said that Israel's
foreign currency reserves
dropped $250 million and the
trade deficit increased 66
percent to nearly $650 million
in the first four months of the
year. Imports are rising at
twice the rate of exports he
said.
Government statisticians,
meanwhile, reported today
that imports amounted to


$1.197 billion and exports
555.7 million for the first third
of 1974, compared with 859.5
million and 473.1 million
respectively last year.
Sanbar warned that if the
necessary drastic measures are
not taken, the situation may
worsen and Israel won't be able
to meet the balance of
payments deficit.
Sanbar said that the
problems Israel faced now
couldn't all be blamed on the
October war. (AP)


DETROIT A Detroit
public high school remained
closed today following a racial
fight in which two students
were injured and nine were
arrested.
The violence at Cody High
School, a predominantly white
school on the city's white west
side, erupted in retaliation for
an incident last week in which
a black student allegedly stole
a white student's varsity letter
jacket, administrators said.
The black youth was
expelled and students said he
was assaulted by white
students last Saturday.
Administrators said the youth
returned to the school Tuesday
with friends and started a fight.
On Wednesday principal
Michael Tarpinian called a
meeting, attended by about 50
students both black and white,
to discuss Tuesday's incidents.


While the meeting was going
on, school officials said about
200 white students gathered on
a playground opposite the
school and shouted racial slurs.
Then most of the black
students at the meeting ran
outside and joined in a rock
and bottle throwing melee
already in progress between the
whites across the street and
blacks on the school grounds,
officials said.
Police called to the scene
separated the two groups by
hearing the blacks into an
auditorium, authorities said.
The nine arrested were
charged with felonious assault
on a police officer or inciting
to riot. They have been
released.
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Being Bound To Sar To The Dogma Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Pubh#NtaBdtr 193. 19314
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.UtL,, LL.D.
Publlhsr/Bdtor 1917-1972
Contributrg Editor 1972.
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Pubi serEdltor1972.
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EDITORIAL


Coonising Great Britain

By ETIENNE DUPUCH
AN ENGLISH friend of mine seemed concerned about my
references to "the deterioration of Britain and its people."
But he didn't dispute the fact because he added: "I must say
that the Socialists antic of withdrawing all but three of our
frigates from East of Suez shakes even my waning faith in our
future.
"I must also say that if our taxes went to keeping up the
Naval and Military presence, instead of for providing free
medicines for people who would probably be better off without
them, and education for 16-year-olds who refuse to benefit from
it, I should not mind paying."
Equally deplorable from my point of view, of course, is the
withdrawal of the British presence from the western hemisphere.
When Britain withdrew from East of Suez and closed down the
America and West Indies Naval Station at Bermuda ... which had
policed the waters of this hemisphere and enforced the American
Monroe Doctrine for centuries ... that was clear evidence that
Britain had surrendered her place on the international
checkerboard.
********
It is true that I point out in this column evidence of steady
deterioration of the British presence and the British people in
world affairs. But no one can suggest that it causes me any
pleasure.
All my life I have been more British in spirit than most
Englishmen I know but "facts are stubborn things" and a man is a
fool who ostrich-like buries his head in the sand when an
eniiemy is plucking at his tail feathers.
If all Englishmen loved Britain as I have loved her ... and were
as loyal to her interests as I ... there would still be an England
with which to reckon.
I will give you a case in point. I always bought British goods,
whenever possible ... even when they were inferior and cost more
than the products of other nations.
There were also occasions when I suffered inconvenience
because of British equipment when there were delays in replacing
broken machine parts.
But still I persisted in this policy until some years ago when I
brought an English manager to Nassau to reorganize the printing
department of The Tribune.
He immediately started buying German machines. I reminded
him that Germany had plunged Britain into two disastrous wars
from which she had emerged victorious but deeply wounded. I
felt that it was the duty of British people everywhere to work
together and help each other to repair the damage inflicted on
our British family of nations around the world. But he was not
impressed. To him "business was business" and to hell with any
sentiment about Empire solidarity.
This was one of the things Lord Beaverbrook and I had in
common. For years even up to the time of his death the
Beaver urged the establishment of a Market within the British
Commonwealth of Nations in which we would be "all for one and
one for all."
This was the pledge of the three stirring characters in
Alexander Dumas Three Musketeers. But even at the highest level
of government in Britain the Beaver could arouse little interest in
pursuing such a policy.

I tried to resist the thought for many years but there is no
denying the fact today that Britain is now only an island
anchored off the coast of Europe and the people who govern the
country especially the Socialists have lost all sense of
destiny. If the Labour government now causes Britain to lose the
link she has recently forged with Europe her position in the world
will be almost as bad as the tiny defenceless Bahamas.
It is now clear that there have been cracks in the structure for a
long time.
I have referred on more than one occasion to a powerful poem
written by the late H. C. Christie, Poet Laureate of the Bahamas
and father of the late Sir Harold Christie, at the turn of the
century when he lamented evidence of cracks in the British
structure at home and abroad.
And no less a person than Sir Winston Churchill visioned
disaster for his beloved British when he wrote in his book While
England Slept (1936).
"I have watched this famous island descending incontinently,
fecklessly the stairway which leads to a dark gulf. It is a fine
broad stairway at the beginning, but after a bit the carpet ends. A
little further on there are only flagstones, and a little farther 6n


still these break beneath your feet."
******4
Hitler made the mistake of believing that Britain was dead -
and would soon be buried after the events that led up to the
painful fiasco of the Munich conference.
There was plenty of evidence to justify Hitler's feeling at that
time ... the activities of the Cliveden Set ... the public declaration
by university students, drawn from old families whose courage
and prowess in centuries past had made this island the heart of
the greatest Empire in recorded history, that they would not
fight in any future war ... the abdication of King Edward VIII
(Duke of Windsor) from the throne of England for the hand of a
twicedivorced American woman ... the failure to go to the aid of
Ethiopia when Mussolini moved his "Roman" legions against that
small hopelessly weak African country ... and the sacrifice'of an
ally Czechoslovakia at the Munich conference ... these were
all signs to justify Hitler's belief that the British people were a
"decadent" race.
Happily he was wrong. When war came the old British lion
fought with a courage and tenacity of purpose that justified the
inspiring challenge uttered to the threatening enemy by Churchill
when he took over the reins of government from Neville
Chamberlain, architect of the Munich disaster.
"I would say to the House," Mr. Churchill declared, "as I said
to those who have joined this government. 'I have nothing to
offer but blood, tol, tears and sweat.' House of Commons May
13, 1940.
And in the Commons on June 4, 1940: "Victory at all coai,
victory in spite of ll terrors, vetory however hard aidlonlai.


Oscar J


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CAT I SALAD M.P. Oscar
John0a advdoated Wednesday
the chai tfEj Fly
Tax and itcl meant by a
tax on .mtt'iVei& d property
to encourage codtruction.
The p1op0i= was one of
several 'olutiuAs" he offered
as ways of easn the social,
economic and cultural plight of
the Bahamian a% outlined by
Coconut Grove M.P. Edmund
Moxey.
He mid the tax he proposed
would not be on all land, but
only on holdings "over a
certain arean," and would
include provision to exempt
landowners whose economic
condition made it impossible
for them to pay the tax.
Such a tax, he pointed out,
would encourage development
through construction, which in
turn would give the overall
economy a shot in the arm.
He also advocated "strict rent
control," urgent attention to
legislation regulating co-opera-
tive societies. nationalisationn
or forming into co-operatives
of the food industry or food
distribution industry" and
unemployment compensation
for those withoutjobs.
Mr. Johnson, supporting Mr.
Moxey's move for a select
committee, wanted to know:
"How is it that after a black
Government has been in power
seven years a member of this
Government is moving a
motion to consider the social,
cultural and economic plight of
the black Bahamians."
Mr. Johnson said that he
was restricting his remarks to
black Bahamians although the
motion referred to Bahamians
in general because black
Bahamians are in the majority
and "they are the ones who
have been catching all the
hell."
Also lending his support to
the motion was Governor's
Harbour M.P. Philip Bethel.
'"There is some unrest in the
country. There is some unrest
within our party's ranks," he
said.
"All is not well in Gover-
nor's Harbour," he added.
'The economic situation is at a
low ebb."
He said he was sure that if
some of his constituents had
been in Nassau they would
have participated in yesterday
morning's demonstration
outside the House."
Independent Marsh Harbour
M.P. Errington Watkins, who
has pledged his support to the
Government, described Mr.
Moxey's motion as "a waste of
the House's time."
He said that although the
motion was "timely," he was
sure that the current debate
would be the last anyone
would hear of the committee
whether it was appointed or
not.


ohnson wants real


v tax abolished


From Page I
criticism earlier in the debate.
Mr. Roker, who spoke
before the Prime Minister, told
the House that work on the
100 incomplete houses in
Yellow Elder Gardens has been
resumed.
Some have already been
completed, sewer connections
would be made by the end of
June, and some of the houses
would be occupied "shortly,"
he said.
Mr. Pindling asserted that
the problem was not that
Government had no low-cost
housing programme, but that it
might not be broad enough to


.cover "the people we have
been talking about."
The homes in Yellow Flder
cost about $1200.000 and are
paid for in installments of
"something over $100 a
month."
"Although that project is
laudable we have to ask- can it
reach enough of our people,
can their conditions be
improved if thad price is still
too high for them to afford?
"A house that perhaps
would cost half as much, with
payments of 550 a month, may
be within their grasp. Maybe
we need both kinds of
programmes to fulfill the


needs of a broad section of the
people over the hill."
Boat search
THE Bahamas Air Sea
Rescue Association is still
seeking information on the
whereabouts of an over-due
vessel with one person aboard.
Gary Ramse> was the only
person aboard this boat.
This vessel a 24-foot sailing
boat, has a light blue hull and a
white deck. Its registration
number is FIO AR. and the
name is "Step Two."
The "Step Two" -"a.
reported to have left Port
Everglades. Florida. on April
25.
The Miami Coast Guard has
been contacted
A spokesman from BASRA
also reported a fishing boat
missing. Aboard this boat is
James Thompson of Fox Hill.
and two of his friends.
Mr. Thompson and fnends
left Lyford Ca. on Wednesday
to go on a fishing trip and was
due back on Thursday.


THE 112 ft. San Salvador
Express was salvaged on
Sunday by Nassau Shipyards
reports Mr. C. N. Williams,
former owner of the vessel.
Mr. Williams today told The
Tribune the "Express" was
sold to Wayside Enterprises by
his insurance company.
However, he will act as agent
for the vessel until they take it
over.
Meanwhile, the Air
Pheasant continues to operate
the route previously run by the
Express.
Mr. Williams said he


hoped to get another boat
sometime in the future.
The Express went aground
on Sail Rocks, 30 miles east of
Nassau, on May 13, and was
the cause of a dramatic
12-hour rescue operation.
There were 45 people on
board, including about 12
children.
The vessel operated the Cat
Island, San Salvador, Rum Cay
and Nassau route, which the
Air Pheasant took over six days
later on May 19. It will
continue to run the route until
another vessel is available.


Model homes open


THE THREE Model homes
built by the National Women's
Housing A-Sue Ltd. were
officially opened in Yellow
Elder Gardens today at 4 p.m.
by Prime Minister Lynden
Pindling.
The National Women's
Housing A-Sue, a non-profit
organization, was formed early
last year to assist government
and the community in
providing adequate housing for
a very large segment of people
unable to secure housing loans
or mortgages.
The A-Sue, which runs for
20 weeks at $10 per week,
offers a guaranty to persons of
low and middle income that a
home will be constructed
within one calendar year or
refund of the total amount
paid.
In January it was announced
that four lots had been made
available to St. Agnes M.P.
Bruce Braynen by the Ministry
of Health for construction of
model houses for the National
Women's Movement.
"These lots were released in
continuation of the
long-standing government
policy of encouraging the
construction of model houses,


road may be; for without victory there is no survival.
"We shall not flag or fail, we shall fight in France, we shall
fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing
confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend
our island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the
beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in
the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall
never surrender."
And, finally, in the Commons on June 18, 1940: "Let us
therefore brace ourselves to our duties, and so bear ourselves that,
if the British Empire and its Commonwealth last for a thousand
years, men will still say: This was their finest hour'."
*******
These were brave words. They stirred the stout British heart to
courageous action. But what do we see today?
Not swords turned into ploughshares but, as my English friend
laments, the ships of Drake and Nelson's glorious navy turned-
into aspirin pills ... and the British taxpayer's money used to hand
out relief to ungrateful alien peoples at a time when the British
people themselves need relief from the almost unbearable yoke of
taxation that has been placed on their weary shoulders.
********
What are the signs that I see on the British horizon?
Until even fifteen years ago no move was made in the world
without the nations concerned taking into consideration the
possible reaction of Britain to their decisions. Although she was
dying ... she was still the centre of world movements.
Britain provided pages of hard news for every issue of any
American news magazine and she commanded considerable space
in the daily newspapers.
Today Britain's name is not heard in the councils of the
nations, and if there is a small bit in an American magazine about
her, it probably concerns some nobleman who has bedded down
with a filthy prostitute somewhere.
Worst feature of all is the steady immigration of youth'- the
brain drain from Britain. Even before the Labour party
recently took over the government of the country it w-is
estimated that 300.000 of the nation's youth would leave its
shores this year.
SThe places of departing British youth are being taken by
Indians and Pakistanis who have been driven out of Africa by the
Dark Continent's new black governments ... and the thousands of
West Indians wbb migrated to Britain before the government in
London felt the need to elect immigration barriers a few years
ago.
As a West Indlan friend of mine laughingly commented to me
in Grand Cayman recently: "West Indians are now colonizing
Britain!"

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provided the plans and
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Road.
Basic design of the
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It is expected that the cost of
'.he largest home will be under
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Initial financing for the pilot
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The Tribune -- Friday, May 31,1974


THE GAME of Bridge has
three main branches, with a
few minor offshoots. Most
players serve their
apprenticeship at the Rubber
form of the game, and
although not many of them
know it at the time, this helps
them to qualify as Teams
players, for the two forms have
much in common.
But the third variety,
Duplicate Pairs, is very


Duplicate tactics


different, especially in three
main ways. They are tactical
differences, and for the benefit
of those of my readers who
may be thinking of taking the
plunge into the world of
Duplicate, here is an outline of
the differences.
(1)-Because each hand is an


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entity in itself, it pays to 'go
with the room', as the saying
has it, and to try for the
maximum available on the
cards, consistent with
reasonable safety and
commonsense. This accounts
for the fondness many
Duplicate players have for No
Trump contracts. To make 2
Hearts or 3 Diamonds when all
the others are making I NT
with an overtrick is little short
of disastrous, because you will
score 110 (60 for the tricks
plus 50 for the part-score)
when the others are making
120 (70+50). When the scores
are compared afterwards, you
will get a zero.


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LEt us say you deal yourself
this hand:
Q42
A84
AK753
J 4
You open 1 Diamond, and
partner says 1 Heart, both
opponents remaining silent.
Now, at Rubber Bridge, you.
have the option of choosing
between repeating the
Diamonds or raising the Hearts.
At Duplicate, this doesn't even
enter your head. You rebid
INT, ignoring the weaknesses
in the black suits, because the
chances are that all the other
players who will hold your
cards will do just that.


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unstuck in INT, b
were going to be
placed, partner wou
know:


(b)
A63
K 10952
8642
Q


(a)
J 5 3
J53
KQJ
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985


With hand (a), par
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would remove to 2
and with (c), he w
his Hearts.
This devotion to
results in many tri
tragedies which wou
occurred if th


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concerned had sought the more
conventional minor suit
contract which the cards
seemed to indicate. For
example:


West
AJ5
K7
AQJ832
QJ


East
Q84
16
K 10975
K43


West opens 1 Diamond, and
North puts in a non-vulnerable
bid of 2 Hearts (weak). East
says 3 Diamonds, and West
goes to 3NT. North leads a
Club and finds South with the
Ace. South switches to a Heart,
and the contract goes 3 down.
Time after time, the scorers see
this sad result, the only
exception being the Little Old
Ladies, who refuse to part
with their Rubber Bridge
principles, and sail home in 4
Diamonds. They are very
pleased to be awarded a top on
the hand, but somewhat
baffled by it all, as well they


would come might be.
'ut if you (2)-Trying for the overtrick.
very badly Again for the same reason
Id let you namely that each hand is
scored separately, with the
same maximum award as every
(c) other hand, players take risks
10 93 at Duplicate trying to get the
KJ 10975 overtrick. They would not
6 4 consider those risks at Rubber
Q 3 Bridge, when making the
contract is the prime target of
tner would the play, and to risk the
iith (b), he contract for the sake of an
Diamonds, extra 20 or 30 points would
vould rebid amount to arrant folly. But
there is precious little
No Trumps consolation in% making 4
umphs and Hearts, only to discover that
ld not have everybody else has made 5,and
ie player you have finished with another


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zero. Take two more hands:


West
32
Q86
AKQ2
AKQ3


East
AQJ 54
1032
43
765


West, in 3Nt, gets the land of
the 5 of Hearts; he plays low
from dummy, and the 9 forces
his Queen. Counting his tricks,
he sees that he must rely on
either a 3-3 Club split, or a
successful Spade finesse. He
tries the Clubs first, but they
don't split. So he takes the
Spade finesse. It works. He now
has his nine tricks in the bag,
and at Rubber Bridge he would
do well to close the bag
quickly. But not at Duplicate,
where every other declare will
probably have the same
problems.
West returns to hand with a
Diamond, and takes a second
Spade finesse, knowing that a
resourceful defender with the
King might well have refused
to take it on the first round. If
this were so, West would not
only fail to make his Ace of
Spades, but a Heart return
would scuttle his contract.
(3)-Sacrifice bidding. At
Rubber Bridge, this must be
curtailed in the interests of
prudent economy; and after
all, it is partner's money that
one is playing with as well. But
at Duplicate, a little arithmetic
is necessary on occasions, and
against what appears to be a
cast-iron vulnerable slam, for
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With North and South Londo
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Noith is now in a cleft stick; "ORT
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The Tribune Friday, May 31, iv'


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MRS. HELENE ELIZABETH
MISSICK of Sea Grape Grand Bahama P. O. Box 2169 is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationm:ity 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 24th day of May 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs,
P. O. Box N3002, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that PAUL PIEHHt or st. James,
Rd., Nassau, Bahamas Box N617 is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenshop, 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 24th day of
May 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N3002,
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that NEVILLE A. SAMPSON of
East Avenue, Centreville, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bat- mas, 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 31st 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 THOMAS ADRIAN STUBBS
of Freeport, Grand Bahama, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 24th 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 ELENOR VICTORIA
CAMPBELL of Sea Grape, Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 24th day of
May 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
*Citizenship, Ministry of Home Pffairs P. O. Box N3002,
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By Abigail Van Buren
0* 1N W CaWlo TrtM*N. Y. NMss SmC, IM.L
DEAR ABBY: You are the only person I can turn to with
this problem because I'm ashamed to tell anyone else,
although I haven't done anything wrong.
I'm 22. Six weeks ago my husband was killed instantly in
a motorcycle accident. Jimmy and I had been married only
eight months and were fantastically happy. My whole world
fell apart. I didn't want to go on living and eve thought of
taking a bottle of sleeping pills so I could Join Jimmy.
For a month I sat and stared at the wall. Then Jeff, a
friend of Jim's, came over to cheer me up. I looked terri-
ble. He made me fix myself up, and he took me for a long
drive. I don't know how to say this, Abby, but all of a
sudden all the hurt about Jim left me, and now I think I'm
in love with Jeff.
Is it wrong to have these feelings so soon? I loved Jim
with all my heart, but now I think I love Jeff. I think Jeff
feels the same way about me although he hasn't said it in so
many words. Should I feel guilty? Can this be love?
MIXED EMOTIONS
DEAR MIXED: Yes, It can be love. It could also be a
desperate desire to replace Jim and escape from depress.
sion. Don't rush into anything, and don't make any deci-
sions or announcements until you are sure f yor feelings.
You need not feel guilt or shame for honest emotions
Good luck and God bless.

DEAR ABBY: Our daughter was married for only five
weeks last year. The marriage was annulled because her
husband went back to his boyfriend. [Yes, you read right. I
said, "boyfriend."]
Our daughter then resumed her friendship with a fine
young man she had known since childhood, and they are
planning to be married in church this summer.
Should we send wedding invitations to our friends and
relatives? I hesitate to do this because they already gave
her one wedding gift. She didn't send the gifts back be-
cause she never got around to it. IN DOUBT
DEAR IN: Invite whomever you want. The matter of a
gift will be up to them.

DEAR ABBY: Your advice about what to say when mak-
ing a condolence call was particularly timely for me.
I recently went to the hospital to have a baby I desper-
ately wanted. I returned home with empty arms. Our pre-
cious baby was stillborn.
You are right. Not everyone handles his grief in the same
manner. Some find comfort in talking about it. Others do
not. In my case, I was so crushed, I couldn't bring myself
to talk about it. Sensing this, the friends who came to see
me said only: "I'm sorry."
All I could say was: "Thank you."
Abby, please tell your readers that in circumstances like
mine, the one thing friends SHOULDN'T say is: "Don't feel
so sad. You'll have another one," because I will never have


Feeling for dead ma


friend may be love


THIS one again.


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DEAR ABBY: Re condolences: Man, many ye
we oiat our irt child when he was only a few moe
Of the many thn. wtte or said to me, I mreal o
then or now.
Someone cloe said: "The only thing I can think
is that I love you."
Reaffirmation of one's love is Important. MRS. A


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and that any person who knows any reason why
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AvoolIe last night, will be held
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r & and interment will follow in
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&a S She is survived by one
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available in Ridgeland Park East and Montell
Heights.

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

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


AN ALL

BROWN


AFFAIR
MISS ANGELA SUSAN Brown
become the bride of Mr.
Merrill Brown on Saturday,
May 25, in St. Sebastian's
Church, Fort Lauderdale,
Florida, at a candelight
wedding. Susan is the
younger daughter of Captain
and Mrs. Frederick Walter
Brown of Nassau and Fort
Lauderdale, and Merrill the
son of Doctor and Mrs.
Hunter Merrill Brown of
Birmingham, Alabama.
The bride wore an imported
English net gown, empire
styled with a portrait
neckline, and appliqued with
flowers of Venese lace and
braid. The full sweeping
train fell from a high waist
and was bordered with
matching braid. She wore a
finger tip mantilla with
appliques of lace, and
carried a cascade bouquet of
orchids, stephanotis and ivy.
The Maid of Honour was Miss
Reesa Hairston. Bridesmaids
were Sandra Wallick, Jeanne
Colahan, Pam Monast and
Cathy Leff. Their gowns
were mint green flowered
print and they carried
bouquets of white
Marguerite daisies, yellow
tea roses and baby's breath.
Maureen Gallagher, niece
of the bride, was the flower
girl. She wore mint green


Last Week of Sa
at


Arnold's Det. Store


MEN'S POLYESTER PANTS
All colours including black
- were $24.00 & $16.00 now$16.95 & $10.00

SHIRTS WERE up to $14.95
now $7.95 or 2 for $12.00


BOYS' SHIRTS $1.95
BOYS' POLYESTER PANTS $7.00
or 3 for $20.00 School Colours

GIRLS' DRESSES up to 60% off
LADIES' White Uniforms 20% off.
SHOES from $3.95





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REE .... 3 Whoppers & Sodas
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PH. 2-1306 2-3237


Susan Brown
and carried a basket of
daisies, roses and baby's
breath.
Dr. Hunter Merrill Browr
was his son's best man.
Ushers were Matthews
Brown, Hunter Brown,
Larry Visznia and Gary
Conner. The bride's nephew,
Michael Gallagher, was the
ring bearer.
The mother of the bride wore
peach and the mother of the
groom yellow chiffon.
The Most Reverend
Hamilton West, D.D., Bishop
of Florida, and Reverend
Kenneth Milford of Mexico
performed the ceremony.
A gold Crucifix with an inset
diamond, a family heirloom,
was the groom's gift to the
bride.
Nassau guests attending the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Brown, Mrs Neville
Brown, the Misses Barbara,
Sylvia and Angela Brown,
Mr. & Mrs. Brian Brown, Dr.
& Mrs. Paul Albury, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Stewart and
their two children Bruce and
Karen, Miss Ethelyn
Knowles, Mr. Leon Flowers,
the Misses Fredericka Miller
and Judy Higgs, Mr. Craig
Miller and Mr. & Mrs. Peter
Cole.
Susan attended Tulane
University and is a member
of Pi Beta Phi Sorority.
Merrill, a graduate of
Tulane, is an architect with
offices in New Orleans
where the young couple will
reside



BOAT MISSING
WITH 4 ABOARD
.A fishing vessel, Doscas,
with four persons aboard is
missing on a trip from Nassau
to the Great Isaacs Light area,
known as the Gingerbread
rounds.
The 40 ft. vessel has a white
hull with green trim, and an
orange deck. On board are
Captian Fred McKenzie Henry
Cartwright, Lee Johnson and
Willis Gray.
The vessel left Nassau on
May 18 and was expected back
in seven or eight days. The
vessel, last heard of in Bimini,
is owned by Rodney Heastie.
TRIP TO GENOA
MINISTER of Transport
George A. Smith, and Minister
of Development Alfred
Maycock, will leave Nassau on
Saturday for Genoa, Italy, via
New York and Rome. During
their promotional visit in
Genoa, they will have
discussions with prospective
investors about maritime
matters and the petrochemical
industry.
The two Ministers will
return to Nassau at the end of
next week.


LUIDA VICTORIA, only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Leon Knowles of Blair
Estate, became the bride of
Robert Morgan Brown,
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Brown of Sans Souci,
in a double-ring ceremony
performed by Father George
Wolfe at Sacred Heart
Church on April 13. The
bride was given in marriage
by her father.
The bride wore a floor length
dress of seal skin satin,
trimmed with Venetian lace
and braid hat with a spray of
white, pink and yellow
carnations and carried a
bouquet of white carnations
and babys breath.
The maid of honour was Claire
Brown and the bridesmaid
was Caune Brown, both
sisters of the groom.
The maid of honour wore a
pink dress of floral georgette
over pink, with matching
braid hat, her bouquet was
of pink Carnations. The
bridesmaid wore a dress of


yellow floral georgette ovei
yellow satin with matching
braid hat, her bouquet was
of yellow carnations.
The best man was Jonny
Brown, brother of the
groom. The groomsman was
Scotty Brown, cousin of the
groom
The toast to the bride was
proposed by Mr. Roscoe
Pyfrom. to which the groom
responded
The ushers were Tommy
Brown, and Perry Guider.
The bride's mother wore a
floor length dress of yellow
knit jersey with matching
assessories The grooms
mother wore a pale green
floor length dress of
embroidred swiss cotton,
with matching assessories
Out of town guests were. the
groom's grandmother. Mrs.
Clara Pappalardo of New
York; Mrs. WillDavis. Mr.
and Mrs. S. D. Dawson and
their three daughters, Mr.
Freddie Brown and three
children from Miami,
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___________ _;.-.-,_..: ,...',-
Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morgan Brown.

IN THE SUPREME COURT No 20
OF THE BAHAMAS 1974
Equity side
IN THE MATTER of the Petition of DENCIL
E. HANNA
AND
IN THE MATTER of the Quieting Titles Act
1959
AND
IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT PIECE
parcel or lot of land being Lots 64, 65 and 66
of the Sandilands Allotments Bounded
Northwardly by a Road and running thereon
702 feet Southwardly by Pine Yard Road and
running thereon 792 feet on the East by lot
Number 47 and running thereon 660 feet and
Westerly by lot Number 63 and running
thereon 660 feet in the Eastern District of the
SIsland of New Providence.

NOTICE
The Petition of Dencil E. Hanna of the Southern
District of the Island of New Providence in the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas in respect of: -
ALL THAT piece parcel or tract of land Situate
Sandilands Allotments in the Eastern District of
the Island of New Providence comprising Lots
number 64 65 and 66 of the said Sandilands
Allotments and bounded on the North by a 30
foot Road and running thereon 792 feet
Southwardly by Pine Yard Road and running
there 792 feet Eastwardly by lot number 67 and
running thereon 660 feet and Westwardly by lot
number 63 and running thereon 660 feet being
approximately 1254 feet East of Nassau Beach
Properties Limited Subdivision.
Dencil E. Hanna The Petitioner in this Matter
claims to be the owner of the unencumbered fee
simple Estate in possession of the said parcel of
land has made application to the Supreme Court of
the Commonwealth of the Bahamas Under Section
3 or the Quieting Titles Act 1959 to have his Title
to the said tract of land investigated and the nature
and extent thereof determined and declared in a
certificate of Title to be granted by The Supreme
Court of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas in
accordance with the provisions of the Act.
COPIES of the said plan may be inspected during
normal office hours at the following places
A. The Registry of the Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas
B. The Office of the Undersigned
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim not
recognized in the Petition shall on or before the
15th day of July A.D. 1974 file in the Supreme
Court of the Bahamas in the City of Nassau in the
Island of New Providence and serve on the
Petitioner or his Attorneys a Statement of his
claim in the prescribed form verified by an
Affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
Statement of his claim on or before the 15th day
of July A.D. 1974 will operate as a bar to such
claim.

HANNA & STUART COAKLEY
Attorneys for the Petitioner
Deveaux and Dowdeswell Street
Nassau Bahamas


i___ __ __ __ __ _II___IIII_ _ll_-_ E


Florida, Min Dianne
Cartwright, Mis Cherrie
Wells, Allan Wells and Eddie
Wells from West Palm Beach,
Florida.
The reception was held at the
La Chandelle, Halcyon
Balmoral Beach, Hotel.
The couple has taken up
residence in Leeds, United


Kingdom wheft they a
tudyfM at Lae Ualnurly
for for yeg

LAWN UnGCIC
FERTILIZE FUNOtIC

TR" "M4- ...


IN THE SUPREME COURT No.19
OF THE BAHAMAS 1974
Equity Side


IN THE MATTER OF THE
Act 1959


Quieting Titles


AND


IN THE MATTER of
HANSEL AMBRISTER


the Petition of


AND

IN THE MATTER of All those Two Parcels or
'tracts of land Comprising 10.75 Acres and 5
Acres respectively and Situate South of
Soldier Road in the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence.
NOTICE

Petition of HANSEL AMBRISTER of the
Southern District of the Island of New Providence
in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas in respect
of: -

A. ALL THAT piece parcel or tract of land
Comprising 10.75 Acres Situate South of
Soldier Road and being a portion of Malcolm
Allotments in the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence and bounded on the.
North by land now or formerly thepr- erty
of Morris Adderley and a Ten foot Road.
Reservation and running thereon 571.23 feet
Eastwardly by land now or formerly the
property of one Wood and running thereon
779.40 feet on the South by a Road
Reservation ten feet wide and running thereon
594 feet on the West by land said to be the
property of one C. Johnson and running
thereon 789.55 feet.
B. ALL that piece parcel or tract of land
comprising 5 Acres and Situate South of
Soldier Road being a portion of Malcolm
Allotments in the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence and bounded on the
North by a Ten Foot Road Reservation
Separating it from land said to be the
property of Sampson Hunt and running
thereon 594 feet on the East by land now or
formerly the property of J. Pyfrom and
running thereon 685.15 feet on the South by
land the property of Joanna Ferguson and
running thereon for a total distance of 616.68
feet and on the West by land said to be the
property of Joanna Ferguson and land the
property of Charles Johnson and running
thereon for a total distance of 501.90 feet.
HANSEL AMBRISTER the Petitioner in this
Matter claims to be the Owner of the
unincumbered fee simple Estate in possession of
the said parcels of land and has made application
to the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of
the Bahamas Under Section 3 of the Quieting
Titles to have his Title to the said tracts of land
investigated and the nature and extent thereof
determined and declared in a Certificate of Title to
be granted by the Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas in accordance with
the provisions of the Act.
Copies of the said plan may be inspected during
normal Office hours at the following places.
A. The Registry of the Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of the Bahamas
B. The Office of the Undersigned
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim not
recognized in the Petition shall or before the
15th day of July A.D. 1974 File in the Supreme
Court of the Bahamas in the City of Nassau in the
Island of New Providence and serve o the
Petitioner or his Attorney A Statement of his claim
in the prescribed form verified by an affidavit to be
filed, therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
Statement of his claim on or before the 15th day
of July A.D. 1974 will operate as a bar to such
claim.

DAVID C. BETHELL
Attorny for tlhl ,W
Tae mrbaud a
Nasems, ,.w.


Two students marry & go to Leed


SATURDAY ONLY


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The Tribune ---- Friday. May 31, 1974
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CLASSIFIED


SECTION


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


AL ESTATE


II


C14443
Come to YAMACRAW
BEACH ESTATES this
Saturday or Sunday. Salesman
on duty from 12 to 6 at
MODEL HOME. Lots from
$5800. $75 deposit. NO
INTEREST. BotCh rights.
Tel: 4-1141 Or 2-4148 or
2.3027 Morley & O'Brien Real
Estate.
(BREA BROKERS)


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

C14794
A TWO BEDROOM stone
house equipped with electricity
and' plumbing on average s1ze
lot in Coconut Grove. Price
$16,000.00. Contact Bill's Real
Estate 23921.
C 14629
FOR SALE
ONE LOT HIGHLAND
PARK. PHONE 34099.

C15170
For Sale by Owner, Building
lot 75 x 100 Summer Haven
Estates, Nassau, lot No. 68,
Cash $4,000.00. Call Freeport
352-5910.


(C14589
BUY A LOT
In EASTWOOD or
WINTON MEADOWS
Call Frank Carey
at 27667 or 24615
FRANK CAREY
REAL ESTATE
Box N4764
Bay & Deveaux Streets
C14713
Large hilltop split-level
residence on spacious groundsI
in Eastern District, a short
walk to the sea. Three
bedrooms, two baths, living
room, separate dining room,
porch, etc., garage. Apartment
with separate entrance on
ground floor. $80,000
furnished.
Beautifully situated hilltop
residence off Village Road
together with garage
apartment. Three bedrooms,
living room, separate dining
room, study, porch, patio, etc.,
two-car garage. Apartment
contains separate bedroom,
living-dining, etc. $65,000
furnished.
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.
C14800
3 bedroom 2 bathroom well
built home, Harmony Hill off
Village Road. Spacious living
room, separate dining room,
T.V. Room, Porch and lovely
patio. 2 car garage with
apartment above. $65,000
furnished.
3 bedroom 2 bathroom home,
spacious, off Village Road
$46,000 unfurnished.
2 bedroom 2 bathroom
spacious condominium,
Prospect Ridge, swimming pool
and lovely garden. For quick
sale $30,500 furnished.
Contact: MCPHERSON &
BROWN REAL ESTATE
11 Charlotte Street
Phone 2-2680, 2-2683.



C14550
NASSAU HILLCREST
TOWERS
swimming pool, sun terrace,
laundry facilities, fully
furnished 1 3-bedroom
apartment. Contact 7-8421 or
? Evenings 7 7065.
C14476
NEW luxurious 2 bedroom
apartment, fully furnished
magnificent views. Winto.i
Highway. Phone 2-1631.
C14355
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly airconditioned,
fully furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297, 31093.
C14582
4 bedroom, 2 Wlth house, 'ully
furnished, Mackey Street.
Contact Carl G. Treco
Contractors. Phone 2-4996,
5-872S.
C14711
LOVELY 2 bedroom
airconditionmd apartment,
Dundal Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, Maister T.V. antenna
and laundry room facilities,
enclosed parking area. For
information canl 34953 or
5e4268.
C14710
1 iSEOROOM apartment,
completely furnished, wall to
wail carpeting, alvonditioned,
Maister T.V. ArnteMnai, off
Shlt-ey Park Avenue. 5200 per
mootth. No pets. 5-4684.


FOR RENT


C14699
LARGE Spacious 3 bedroom.
(all alrconditioned) 3 bath
fully furnished, hilltop house.
Dannottage Estate. Must see to
appreciate. $700 per month.
including light and water.
Telephone 2-3713- 5-9322 oi
3-1671.
C14345
1 2-bedroom and 1 1-bedroom
apartment Centreville, Ring
5-8679, ask for Mr. Pritchard.

C14557
FURNISHED 1 bedroom,
airconditioned apartment.
$235 per month, not including
utilities. Telephone 5-8134.

C14678
2 BEDROOM 1 bath house.
etc. Carmichael Road.
Shop with kitchen, Robinson
Road. Phone 2-3790.


C14784
1972 CADILLAC 9 passenrcer
Limousine $620C 6
passenger $4500. Jim Wardle,
Fort Lauderdale Florida
305-764-0615.

AINE SUPPLIES
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 Seasidt
Service Station, East Bay
Street or phone 31230.
C14722
GOOD BARGAIN
22 ft, V Boat. Sleeps 2, H.P.
160 1.0. Top condition
$4,000 Call 31642 anytime.


I I MARINE SUPPLIES I


C14730
STAMAS. 261ft inboard/out-
boaid, 2 160 h.p.
Meicruisais, 2 fishing chairs.
Ready to go. $4,000.00. Phone
3-1273 or P. 0. Box 6323 E.S.
C 11894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander. sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours.
Kitchenette, good condition
Call 24267, 540: .
C14694
1972 21 ft. Seabird with cabin
and twin 60 H.P. Johnson
outboard motors. 70 gallon gas
tank. Ship to shore radio.
$6,000. Telephone 34530 -
22913.
C14789
VA rW alum-o .. .


NuO


II


C 14715
BILL'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY is anxious in the
following:- Lots or houses
Eastern Road or West Bay
Street, Blair, Westward Villas,
the Grove, Highland Park, San
Souci, Skyline Heights. Also
lots in Englerston, East Street,
Blue Hill Road, Wulff Road
and neighboring areas.
Owners please contact the
above at telephone 23921 or
Box 5449, Nassau.
C14795
Mr. Sidney Neely and Mr. P. A.
Strachan are requested to
contact Bill's Real Estate
telephone 23921.

CRAFT SUPPLIES

C14357
NriW in +t -L, I0.4 .:--


C14790
3 BEDROOM 2 bath house
Seven H ills Estates
Unfurnished. Phone 32731.

FOR SALE OR RENT
C14624
WINTON HIGHWAY Large 2!12
storey modern house designed
by Ray. Nathaniels. Sea view. 3
bedrooms, maid's quarter!.
double garage G'es
apartment. Phone 22776
42264.

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

FOR SALE
C14723
AIRCONDITIONER 13,000
BTU 220 volt. Hot Point. Used
3 summers. $200.00.
Telephone 3-1992.

C14717
DRAWING BOARDS ana
ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT
Phone 21041-2-3-4.
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 ana
.Pump to which re attacnea r
bedroom 2 bathroom house
separate garage/storeroom,
separate laundry on lot 100' x
100' -- Sears Addition. Phone
41346 after 6:00 p.m.

C14464
SPECIAL SALE
WEDDING GOWN, complete
with plastic covering, and
including:- Headpiece (50
styles to choose from), veil,
formal slip, long line bra,
girdle, bridal garter, bouquet of
flowers, panty hose or stay up
stockings and a pair of shoes.
ALL FOR ONLY $16 5
New arrival of bridesmaids
material starting at $3.50 per
yard.
We sew bridesmaids gowns for
$25.00
THE YOUNG MISS, Market
Street near Bay. Telephone
2-3365.
C14792
BIKES FOR SALE
Two wheeler suit child 5
10 ear' old. 4-1384.

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

CARS FOR SALE
CJ4698
1962 Volltwagen Good
condition, with radio. $700.00
O.N.O. Phone 7-4218.
C 14718
1972 DODGE AVENGER -
$1500. Contact Dr. Keane
22861 Ext. 264.

C14782
1974 BARRACUDA, 3000
miles, 9 months guarantee
$5,500. Phone 2-2257
3-1203 ask for Ronne
Roberts.


IELP WANTED


C14726
BAHAMIAN Male and F
who can sew are needed
The Tailor, 14. S. Moses
Bldg. Phone 2-4865
C14771
DECREED MAR
BIOLOGIST. To. sup
Mariculture Project in
Islands. Bahamian pref
Applicant must have
experience or training
laboratory and
experimental work
Mariculture. Reply
confidence, enclosing re
to S.O.A. ISAACS, P. C
N1372, Nassau.
C14724
CARETAKER wanted a
Cay, Bahamas. Must be ca
of maintaining
Generator and out
engines. If interested
write Pan Ame
Engineering Ltd., P. 0
N4835, Nassau.

C14346
STUDENTS
International firm of cha
accountants requires sti
in their Nassau C
Applicants should
considering a career
accounting leading
an A.C.C.A. Degree -
successful applicants wil
at least 5 "O" levels, inc
English arid Maths% Prefe
will be given to
applicants having an adds
2 "A" levels.
Please send resume
qualifications, experience
public accounting, if an)
salary expected to: T
Ross & Co., Cha
Accountants, P. 0.
N7526, Nassau.

C14796
Required by Progr
Bahamian Company. Mus
minimum of 5 years expe
in General Construction
and Building Engine
Apply to George N
telephone 22571, 22825
appointment.

C14797
4 GRADE 1 Furniture
Cabinet Makers required
Mosko's Furniture,
Shirley Street. Telel
22825, 22571 for
appointment.


JL - -- I . . . .


C .n 1TS AND BOATS LTD s'.. In I\ at, hamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street:-
CHRIS CRAFT Decoupage
Clear Cast -
CONCORDE Candle Craft
Tissue Craft
IRWIN SAIL YACHTS Pho lo 2-2386, 2-2898.
AVON INFLATABLES REWARD
SEAGULL OUTBOARDS
C14770
We have at our dock some very Lost 1 female (spayed) German
good selected listings. Come in Shepherd light brown.
Answers to name "Helga' in
AT THE DIVE SHOP vicinity Lyford Cay. Call
7-4105 or 2-1741.
Summer diving action is here.-
Stop in and ask about rates and
dates.P.O. dox N1658 W
Telephone 24869 C 14356
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
ENTERTAINMENT Learn to drive with confidence.
ENTEKITAINmET Phone 59805 between 7 and
I -8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. or
C14336 35084 anytime.
SETTLER'S PUB INN | U U h I
Beaumont Arcade. Bay Street IN MEMORIAM
Telephone 5-9739 11
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY C14781
The Naa,;."i"
e The Electric Circle
OPEN TILL 4.00 a.m.


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C14721






IN sad and loving memory o1
our dear father and grandfather
Rev. Isaac Pinder who departed
this life May 31st 1968.
For all the saints who from
their labours rest
Who Thee by fitsth before the
world confessed.
DUCKS DEMONSTRATION Thy name O Jesus be forever
For original Bahamian L9ei blest
Styles, and Queen Shell Lamps. Hallelujah.
(Armstrong Street between
Shirley and Dowdeswell Street) Sadly missed by three sons
Miss Shirlea Deborah Allen Leason, Nathaniel, Earskin,
demonstrates a Denim Suit one daughter Elizabeth Bowe,
made at Ducks Demonstration. one brother York Pinder of
Miami, Florida, one adopted
PERSONAL son Samuel Mortimer,
members of the Annex Native
C14//4 Baptist Church Wulff Road,
LOOKING FOR CREW TO grandchildren and great grand
LOOKU NGRFOPE 4 REWTC and a host of relatives and
JOHANNES HOFFMANN,'_friends.


LOST F HELWANTED__
C14786 PHOTOGRAPHIC and
IMPORTANT books lost ir Lithographic Technical
the vicinity of Lilly of the Consultant. Apply in writing to
-Valley Corner. Please contact P. 0. Box N-226, Nassau,
owner. REWARD offered. Bahamas.

FOUND c 14690
EXECUTIVES SECRETARIES
C147P3 /Are you interested in a
,3 w i stimulating career with a great
LAr1! S watch in vicinity deal of growth potential. We
British Colonial Hotel. Ownet need highly qualified executive
contact The Rev. Peter A secretaries, strong on
Grist. Phone 41510. organisation and capable of
running an office. Publishing
DINING GIUSE background ideal, but not
absolutely necessary. Top
C14686 typing speed essential.
Qualified Bahamians and
expatriates are asked to apply.
Call ETIENNE DUPUCH JR.
PUBLICATIONS 3-5665 -
3-5666 or 7 between 9 and 5.

C14700
FIRST NATIONAL
% CITY TRUST COMPANY
(BAHAMAS) LIMITED
2 P.O. Box N-1576
'E Thompson Blvd., Oakes Field
SNassau Bahamas
BOOKKEEPER/ACCOUNTANT1
Wanted experienced
Bookkeeper/Accountant
THE BRIDGF NN applicants must be conversant
MANAGER with all aspects of Accounting
Friendly Big "Al Collie" for Managed Companies and/
Hostess Ms. Penny Kemp or Trusts.
THE BRIDGE INN Apply to Mr. Bruce Gwyther -
NOW SERVING LUNCH telephone 2-4240.
Open 11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m --1
Luncheon Special $1.95 C14769
QUALIFIED Butcher required
Drinks $1.00 for aggressive food market.
Dinner served 5 p.m. to Applicants should have
Midnight experience in meat preparation
FREE PARKING for retailing and profitable
running of department. Apply
you believe that P. Box N-71,ma
* nobody reads small ads Bahamas.
... you're wrong. You C14695
are reading this aren't EXPERIENCED Dressmaker
you? Call 2.2768 for Only Bahamians need apply


Ltd., P. O. Box F-2763.

"15206
FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR
WANTED. CONTACT
FREEPORT FLYING CLUB,
P. 0. BOX F.QS0n FRFFPAnRT


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except once I ate a box of
SSupposed to selil."


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HELP WANTED
C14793
female DOORMAN
at Joe PINK PUSSYCAT CLUB.
& Son EXPERIENCE PREFERRED.
*. MUST BE OVER 6 FEET 2
INCHES TALL. WORK
HOURS 9.30 P.M. UNTIL 4
I NE A.M. 2 REFERENCES
>ervise REQUIRED. CALL IN
Out AFTER 8 P.M. MR
!erred. RICHARDr
some C14787
g in BANK OF LONDON &
field MONTREAL invite
in applications from Bahamians
in for the vacancy of Credit
rsume, Analyst at its Head Office in
I. Box Nassau. The person we are
looking for must have banking
experience and a knowledge of
credit analysis would be
t Gun helpful. An understanding of
apable Spanish is essential. After
Lister training the successful
board candidate would be responsible
please for departmental control work
ericar requ hiring accuracy,
Box conscientiousness and a sense
of responsibility. Future
advancement is possible
depending on ability.
Apply in writing to the
irtered Personnel Manager, BOLAM, P.
udents 0. Box N1262, Nassau.
Office.
be C14785
r in ASSISTANT MviANAGER and
to Punp Attendants for Service
The Station. Phone 23137 for
I have appointment. Must have
luding references.
erence C14798
those MANAGER for Out Island
itional Hotel. Middle aged male or
female, at least ten years
of experience. State salary
ce in requested and experience with
y, and full resume. Reply to: Adv.
ouche C14798, c/o The Tribune, P.
rtered 0. Box N-3207, Nassau.
Box -
C14 791
GARDENER to live in
Bahamians only need apply
ressive Mr. J. S., Curry, Box 5005
t have Phone 56967.
rience
, Civil C 14788
!ering. EXPERIENCED cooks fo
Mosko restaurant offering varied ment
for an but specializing it
Cantonese-style Chinese food.
.....- Applicants must be capable of
working quickly with
e and minimum suoervision in a busy
d for kitchen. App!i;ations will be
East treated in confidence and
phone should be made in writing
an indicating experience to Cooks,
c/o Box N-8181, Nassau,
Bahamas.


POSITION M NOTED |

C 14 740
OUT ISLAND resort wanted t-
lease purchase by
ox-owner/manager and wif3
with large tourist following.
Might manage and take part
remuneration in equity. Write
"Resort" Box N753, Nassau
N.P. Bahamas.
C14778
RESPONSIELE couple seeks
home or estate to caretake in
exchange for accommodations.
Husband employed but could
easily supervise if required or
arrange maintenance of house,
grounds, etc., when necessary.
References available to
interested parties. Contact:
G.E.F. Box N-854, Nassau.

TRADE SERVICES
C14344
MASTER TECHNICIANS
LTD., Mackey Street, your,
Whirlpool distributor offers
refrigerators, washers, dryers,
compactors, freezers, ice
makers, air conditioners and
garbage disposers. With full
warranty on every home
app'iance we sell. Service done
by factory trained mechanics.
Telephone 23713, 5-9322.
C14709
PINDER'S EXTERMINA-
TORS
Termite and Roach Control
Fertilise Lawns, Destroy
Insects
Phone: Terry Pinder 42066,
,42244.
A4581
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS and CRANE HIRE ...
see:
ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED
P. 0. Box 6285 ES Phone
.3-1671-3-1672.
' 14358
SEWING MACHINE PARTS
AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY
P. 0. Box N4818, Nassau
Dowdeswell and Christie
Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152.


GRAND E
^I A&E


TRADE SERVICES
-14353
Pladt's Cseitom

MacRey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
P.O. BOX N3714
I ATA CARGO AGENTS'
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
IEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
vIECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
PHONE:2-3795, 2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport 7-7434
FREE ESTIMATES
C14544
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need d septic tank or trenching
done?
Call
CARL G TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD. 2-4996
or 5-8725.

C14701
TRADE SERVICES
BAHAMAS UPHOLSTERY
Addei ley's Addition
Rebuilding, Repairing,
Refinishing
17 yeias experience
FREE ESTIMATES
Ralph Brown 3-4263.

1435.
T.V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
Mackey Street
Next to Frank's Place
C1470/
LANDSCAPING AND tor all
your gardening needs mowing,
trimming., hedging, tree felling
and clearing, call 5-7810
LAWNS & HEDGES.



IAHAMA





HELP WANTED
C15205
TRAINING DIRECTOR: O',ie
(1) Training Director. Must be
able to train Front Desk Clerk,
Front Desk Typists,
Reservations and Front Office
Cashiers. Responsible for
training all new personnel ir
these areas and also responsible
for the retraining and
upgrading of existing
personnel. Would be require
to make up weekly and
monthly progress reports.
For the above please apply to
the Personnel Office, Holiday
Inn of Lucayan Beach, P. 0
Box F-760, Freeport, Granc
Bahama, Bahamas.

C15201
Man with 3 to 4 year!
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 o1
all types of work wear.
Bahama Uniform Rental &
Laundry. 352-7997.

C15204
MALE OR FEMALE
HAIRSTYLIST, PERM ANC
COLOUR TECHNICIAN.
BAHAMIANS ONLY NEEC
APPLY, BEAUTY BOX, P. O
Box F-190.

C15202
MASTER TAILOR must be
able to design, cut, supervise
sewing, finishing of garments
specializing in shirt production
Apply in writing to: Lrndor.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
BUSINESS 6 PROFESSIONAL C14366
.SHAWNEE
SR Daily Service between West
DIRECTORY Palm Beach and West End. For
Reservations call The Grand
Save T ime Bahama Hotel (Ex. 5).

IIELP WANTED
15196
GARDENERS (5): For
cleaning grounds, trimming
flowers, landscaping and other
gardening. Police record, health
l r certificate and letters of
Sk XI. 5 recommendation required.
1 hr r ullltl 8P 2 LI Pr nIIntt G"R AND BAHAMA HOEL
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
SA T IE SnE BIMNEY[ BAHAMA, Personnel Office,
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m., Monday
ANTENNAS LAUNDRY through Friday. Mailinq
address: 158 Port Road,West.
Island TV 2-2618 DRY CLEANING Palm Beach, Fla. 33404. Elor
'AUTO OTIV N a Martin, Jr., Personnel Director,
AUTOMOTIVE New Oriental
Lucas Batteries Laundry 2-4406 C15200
SayStret Gatrae 2 3 ELECTRIC MOTOR ANL
Bay Street Garage 2.2434 MNS WA ARMATURE REMINDER
BOOKSTORE MEN'S WEAR Re-winding for single and
Fashionette Ltd. 22376/7 phase armatures and motors ur
The Christian Book to 100 H.P. 3 year:
Shop 5-8744 OPTICIANS experience Bahamian only
SOptical Service G R A N D B A HAM P'
BUSINESS FORMS Optical Service 2.3910/1 ENGINEERING LTD., P. O
Executive Box F-2, Tel. 352-6269
Printers 2-4267/5-4011 PAPER Freeport, Grand Bahama.
''INTMAKERS Commercial C15207
CABINET MAKERS Paper House 5-9731 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
Commonwealth SPECIALIST SUPERVISOR
Furniture 31120 PRINTING Applicant must be High School
S-M i Executive graduate or equivalent.
CAMERAS Printers 2-4267/5-4011 Completed Air Traffic Control
School, FAA or Tower and
John Bull 2-4252/3 Wong's Printing 5-4506 Approach Control. FAA Junior
Controller Licence or
ENTERTAINMENT RUBBER STAMPS equivalent. Class Two medical
VIovies Wong's Rubber Stamp 5-4506 certificate.
Film&tEqauip. Service 2-2157 Apply to: The Grand Bahama
Film Equip.Service 2-2157 SPORTS GOODS Development Co., Ltd.
CARDEN & Personnel Dept., Lucayan
PET SUPPLIES Champion Sport Land 2-1862 Building P. 0. Box F-2666,
TRUAVEI ESFreeport, Grand Bahama.
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- Ji

HARDWARE TV REPAIRS
Channel Electronics Ltd.
John S.George 24421/6 3-5478

HOUSE PLANS UPHOLSTERING
EvangelosG. 2ervos 2-4128 Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713.





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I 6ETCKA HE ONT WHISTLE AT NO
ONE TRM UG 3d4r T0Z 4 FORMWILE'"

HAZEL


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"On behalf of the city fathers..."


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE


SATURDAY'S PUZZLE
6. Flower plot
7. Highway
intersection
8. Deep affection
es 9. Dyeing
apparatus
o 10. Sassy
15. Top secret
18. Succor
19. White
vestment
20. Social affair
21. Study
23.Anaconda
24.Gusher
25. Welsh murder
fine
26. Knowledge
28. Crumb
31. Navy
32. Talk
33. Soared
34. Choir end of a
church
35. Flowerless
S plant
37. Turmeric
38. Kiwi
3 39. Drinker


CARROLL RIGHTER'S


from he Cwarel Righter statute
GENERAL TENDENCIES: It would be wite
not to make any binding commitments today,
especially early in the day for later a surprising invitation or
meeting with another person could take up time you had
planned for another matter.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Ideal morning to see what allies
want from you. Later someone you hadn't expected takes up
your time, but for a worthwhile cause.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Show loyalty to allies and
co-workers and much is then accomplished. Spare time is best
utilized improving surroundings at home.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You are able to unexpectedly
have a good time at a new type of amusement. Don't get
yourself worried over something worthless.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) A family affair
can now develop into something very worthwhile, so keep
attuned to it. Listen to a plan someone offers.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Handle those duties in a more
up-to-date fashion so that you derive more benefits from
them. Opportunity is at your fingertips.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) See that monetary matters
are in fine shape. Get help from one who comprehends
property details. Postpone travel plans today.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Make improvements to
property early in the day. Take time for pleasure in the
evening. Use extreme care in motion all day long.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Certain situations appear
baffling but if you study them well, you soon get the right
answers. Show devotion to loved one.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Know what your
friends expect of you and be more willing to go along with
their ideas. Do not go further into debt.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Involvement in civic
matters will improve your image with the public. Making
payments now improves your credit standing.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Much data is within easy
reach now so that you can go ahead with plans that mean a
great deal to you. Go after your aims.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You have many
responsibilities to take care of now, so get busy. Be more
cheerful today when performing regular duties.
IF YOUR YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she
will have little difficulty in getting along well with others.
Ideal chart for whatever has to do with precision and neatness.
Teach early not to gossip or make trouble just for the fun of
it. Give a good grounding in religion early in life. Your
progeny will benefit in sports.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


Winning

Bridge
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West Eatd
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Wedted the J. As he rufed,
dearer wondered how best t6
enure an oWetrick. .SuddU.y
the temperature droad and he
heard a murmnur. Abracadar-
bra, aacadabra." It was the
witch doctor casting an evil
spai.
Prepared for evrythia to be
1wrog C;Wd South s*ncake
Pirat he cahed the 4K. and
when West showed out, be
threw dummy's 410. unblock
W for the flnee. it he drew
t-imw and cased the 4AK
he could only get back br nat
lng a last
bump. dwordtl be
outr a that oulrd't work.
Buddeity I oth had an ait
*ata1 BHe anu by cash-
since with a void EA M would
he urlelT doubtaod fa a dub
oa xt played the VA.
m cam the trump fine
a a n the Q land O he
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Q. It that ta e s lto
prant Wietwith a club, Smt
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dub and the 43.






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T AKT: 32 word. e ood h
words mue cont n the. wolure
letter, anc there must e at
lneck sct one eight-letter word n the
list. No plurals no foreln words
no jumoper -JnaM. TODAYS
TAKGOF S words. good;
39 words. very .o 4 words,
excellent. solution on Monday.
YItTHRDAY'd SOLUTION
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cokin conk owlM9 can
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Country beyond. "We seem to have world. Then what would we do?" Rupert
opped rIng now," says upert. "Pehap does not answer at one, but reahe to grasp
S won't y higher than thi." Well, a handle on a chain. This is fixed to some.
wMt don't iN mu muterso aoory. thinO t teop." hI sya. "What Is I for ?"
"We "'t hmpof d, oon we? Dear-o-dr, e the chain several times to ee what
We mght go on floating e tI for da .. ." will happen.
He l sem an al n ino thought rlko him. ALL mRIGTs RssEMIWs


274 Coma Pat,


REX MORGAN, M.D.


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JUDGE PARKER
You SHOULD'VE
DONE AS I SAID! YOU SHOULD HAVE
MET ERNIE STRAND AND PAID HIM
THE FIFTY B16 ONES! WHAT
GOOD 15 THAT MONEY
TO ME IN HERE?


Paul Nichols


APARTMENT 3-G By Ale.x iceitsh


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD


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NEAREST
HOSPITAL
PIVER '
I THINK THIS
61RL HAS
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FRfW
HUNGER.


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No. 7.441 . by TIM McKAV.


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Chess
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Be) Juo sBahcsb a
I ,t5 nd BI (4 mwoe) hi
to desde thera to Qmo- has
aa .jhed wwL. bould he pley
to) (Q- 9; (b) B-Q; (c)
Q--Ba; (d) Q ar (e) Q- ?
Tn queen me sme
the wrong mden, andi-too.
tr tmes: 20) eodk, ad&-a d-
muMter; 40 aeoods, ched moate
I4 WnthMN, expect; 4 ,numte
county_ a; :ma(nute, luD
= XdeT; 12 mtJdtem. average;
30 ndnutB, novlce.

Chess Solution
(B) I... g-QJ3 ,I bet, when
Blca hal win on mater=l.
I then 2 B-, Q-BS or 2
R-" Q4. l Q K4 or (16 2 i9Re
4l ch, .. __A
Qj S K-Rt, Q S, but
other momeshould los to
White's threats of Q-"M and
in the game. Lfubofevi dhoe
(e) and boit _ft I. ..". Q-BI ?
2 B-Q3, x-mM; 3 Bx t ch,


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SOLUTION OF
DOWN
1. Bursa
2. Muhammad
3. Boys' game
4. Cotton bundl
5. Chilled


~ap~p~.~


1. Snead
4. Protection
7. Applaud
11. Wing
12. Particle
13. Theater box
14. Surrounded
16. Through
17. Blackmailed
18. Ward off
19. ICBM
21. Wither
22. Sediment
23. Foundation
27. Woodwind


29. Italian money
30. Name meaning
watchful
31. Criminal
32. Profession
35. Defect'
36. Plains Indian
37. Jackets
40. Caama
41. Before
42. Card game
43. Prepared to
drive
44. Leaf cutter
45. Buddhist pillar


Rupert and the Floating Bell-27








10 The Tribune Fridy, May 3 1974


I


Knowles
gets
chairman
post
VETERAN yachtsman
Durward Knowles was named
chairman of the
sportsman/sportswoman of the
year committee of the
Bahamas Confederation of
Amateur Sports following the
first executive meeting of the
Confederation since their
annual meeting this month.
Second vice-president Mr.
Keith Parker was named
chairman of the statistics and
handbook committee,
secretary David Brazier heads
the calendar and clearing house
committee, first vice president
Fred Higgs heads the public
relation department, treasurer
Bradley Roberts was appointed
chairman of the finance and
fund raising committee and
Peter Drudge heads the
membership committee.
Also announced were plans
for a press conference to be
held on June 10, 1:00 p.m. at
the British Colonial Hotel
when the Confederation is
expected to outline its
objectives for the year
1974-'75.
At the executive meeting, a
correction was noted to an
article which appeared in the
local press following the
A.G.M. The article stated that
Frank "Pancho" Rahming who
chaired the meeting was the
athletics representative.
Actually, Rahming attended
the meeting as an observer
from the Ministry of Education
and Culture, sports depart-
meant...


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7 p.m. 11 p.m.

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OFFERING:-
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PERSONALITIES ... (for example:
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the summer).
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by POPULAR LOIS CANCINO

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-FLETCHER
IS TOP
COLLEGE
SPORTSMAN
ALL-ROUNDER Fletcher
Lewis of Nebraska Southern
Community College was
recently named the most
valuable player on that
school's basketball team.
A graduate of St.
Augustine's College, Lewis
also broke the long jump
record with a leap of 23 ft.
8% ins. His best jump was a
25% ft.
He was a regular starter
this season for Nebraska and
was their leading rebounder
and second leading scorer and
also second in block shots.
Lewis amassed a total of 340
points for an average of 11.7
per game. His field goal
percentage was 46.1.
He averaged a minimum of
2.7 personal fouls per game
and 1.7 turnovers. Lewis
made up for this totalling 199
rebounds, 27 blocked
shots and scoring 58.9
percent from the free throw
line.
Nebraska's coach Gary
Bargen marked Lewis as the
most improved player on the
team. "Fletcher has great
potential," he said.
In noting their 17-12
season mark, coach Bargen
said that the 1973-'74 team
was "one of the strongest
teams in the past five years".
Nebraska tied for second
place in the Junior College
Conference and placed
second in the Interstate
Conference.


theLegend
of Boggy
Cree^--
A TRUE STORY
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Jets
make
it four
in a
row
FORMER CHAMPS Coca
Cola Jets captured their fourth
straight match last night
defeating Paradise Birds 15-10,
4-15, 13-15, 15-12 and
154 in the first of last night's
Bahamas Volleyball
Federation's double header at
the Donald Davis Gym.
S.A.C.A. in the second
match stopped Paradise Dwarfs
12-15, 8-15, 15-11 15-9 and
1 5-5.
Off to an 11-0 start
following Hattie Moxey's serve
in the first set, the Jets lapsed
in their attack allowing the
Birds to move to within three
points of the lead.
They recovered and held the
Brids to one more point while
Vivian Leckey served them to
game point.
With the exception of a four
point serve from Lecky, the
Jets in the second set were
defenceless against the Birds
offence. Madeline Smith served
four points and Stephanie
McKenzie and Freddie Carroll
added three each allowing the
Birds to even up at one set
each.
A commanding nine point
serve from Janet Bowe in the
third set saw the Jets trailing
after leading 5-0. They never
fully recovered and the
youthful Paradise team went
on to make it 2-1 in their
favour.
The Jets' determination paid
off in the fourth set. They
unlocked a 10 all tie and took
the lead on Moxey's service to
once more tie the sets.
In the decider, it was the
Birds time to make mistakes.
Their only set of points came
off Yvonne Smith's serve but
by then the Jets had already
taken the lead by seven points.
B.V.F. action continues at
the Donald Davis Gym
tomorrow night with Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank plying
the Ministry of Ed-" nation in
the first game /:30, and the
league leading Wardrobe Stars
playing Business System Tigers.


Saint Augustine's

triumph again
By Kerrington Wilkinon
SAINT AUGUSTINE'S College gained the.Bernard Lundy Award for the fourth
consecutive season by startling Government High School 16-14, 15-8, 15-8 and 15-8
for the Inter-Scholastic Jr. Boys volleyball championship played yesterday at Donald


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VIVIAN LECKEY of Coke Jets makes a defensive bump while Sherry Conally (6) backs up
the play. Yvonne Brown awaits the set.


CHESS TEAM OFF
A TEAM of four chess Others on the Bahamas'
players headed by 19-year-old team who will play against
Elias Antonas leaves tomorrow former world champions
for Nice, France where they include Kenneth Adderley,
will compete in the 21st Chess Caswell Thompson and
Olympiad. Anthony Rolle.
Ivan gets among
the wickets


BAHAMIAN Ivan Johnson
snatched four wickets for 61
runs as Worcester bowled out
Oxford University for 274 at
Oxford yesterday.
All rounder Johnson was a
sports writer with The Tribune
during the winter.
Today, the Indian cricketers
crushed Surrey by ten wickets,
their first win in 11 games
since they started their English
tour.
Surrey, who had followed
on after being dismissed for 85
in their first innings, were all
out for 265 in the second.
That left the Indians needing
34 to win, and nearly four
hours in which to score them.
They reached the target in
25 minutes, Farrokh Engineer
making 32 of the 37 for no
wicket.
M E S
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The last five Surrey wickets
fell for 16 runs. Chandra's
figures of four wickets for 62
were his best of the tour so far.
Yesterday at Worcester,
veteran John Edrich hit himself
right back into contention for
an opening bat spot against
India with a chanceless century
for "The Rest" against England
in a trial game.
Edrich passed his previous
highest score of the season --
69 in superb style and went
on to complete the 86th
century of his career with II
boundaries.
When he was finally out,
bowled by Chris Old for 106,
Edrich looked a hot favourite
to join Geoff Boycott as
openers for the first test which
starts against India next
Thursday.
Scores:
Test trial at Worcester: England
281 for six dec: (G. Boycott 160
not out) and 25 for no wicket: The
Rest 267 for eight dec: (J.H. Edrich
106, A. R. Lew t 52).
At Edghaton: Warwickshire 208
(E.R. Thompson four for 39) and
SI for no wicket: Scotland 377 for
even dec: (H.K. More 134, B. R.
Hardle 118: R. Ellis 52).
At Oxford: Worcestershire 325
for four dec: (K.W. Wilkinon 141,
J.M. Parker 108, RJ. Lanchbury 0S
not out) and 70 for one. Oxford
University 274 (P.R. Thackeray 6S
not out: R. Seanhera five for 81,
I.N. Johnson four for 61).


Duncombe moves on


THREE HANDICAPPER
Jim Duncombe dormied
Robert Slatter on the 14th
hole to move into the second
round of the Bahamas Golf
Association's match play
championship. The second
round must be completed by
June 23 at the Paradise Island
golf course.
Duncombe who this year is
playing more determined golf
took the lead on the par five
third hole which he birdied.
Although Slatter captured
the 10th to even the match.


steady driving and putting won
Duncombe the IIth, 13th and
14th. They evened the I th
hole.
Dumcombe in the second
round is paired with Reg
Dumont.
In other first round
matches, Fred Higgs defeated
Valdo Prosa, Willie Horton
stopped Donald Butler, rookie
sensation Vernon Lockhart
beat veteran Jack Moree,
Robert Velton defeated Basil
Smith, Craig Flowers beat Pepi
Terilli and Eric Gibson loss to
Coins Poitier.


Wild fans: major apologises


Davis gym.
The Bernard Lundy Award
appeared on the scene in 1971
and is given to the school that
wins the most Divisional or
Inter-Scholastic championship
during the volleyball season.
It looked like a practice
session in the first set as key
spikers Brad Russell and Cyril
Jervis drilled bombing shots
through Government High
defence while captain Don
Outten served nine volleys
giving St. Augustine's an 8-2
lead.
Coach Bernis Pinder called
time and ironed out his team's
mistakes for they returned and
suppressed SAC's rebellion.
Vaughn Albury and Craig
Major spiked with authority as
the hustling Arlington Hunter
and Paul Beneby volleyed
G.H.S. to an 8-8 tie.
On service from Russell and
Bruno Poitier SAC took the
lead 11-8 once more.
But G.H.S. bounced back as
Major and Beneby took care of
SAC defence with soft spikes
and well placed flicks to give
their team a 14-11 advantage
before Outten's smashed
abrupt G.H.S. striding efforts.
At game point both teams'
defence became stiff and hard
to penetrate until G:fl.S. gave
way to SAC's Brad Russell soft
spike.
Outten went to the line for
SAC and got good defensive
and offensive work from his
team to knot the score 14-14
for a deuce set before losing
the ball.
In possession of the ball
G.H.S. utilized on Hunter's
service to capture the first set
16-14.
In the second and third set
St. Augustine's kept hitting
their magic number as they led
8-2 before Government High
came back to notch the score.
On superb flicking from
Poitier and Mininis and
exploding spikes from Russell,
Outten and Robert Bosfield
G.H.S. acceded to SAC's
request giving them a 15-8
victory in both sets.
With a two sets to one edge
going into the fourth set, the
"Big Red Machine" again ran
off in front of the remiss Blue
and White squad 8-2 before
being stopped.
On attaining the ball the
placate Don Outten gave St.
Augustine's their required two
points for a victorious 15-8
fourth set.
"We have interested players,
willing to work in any kind of
weather. Our captain is
respected and we play team
ball. Spikers Russell, Bosfield,
and Outten and setters Poitier
and Minnis made me feel
beautiful inside and outside by
clicking well together for the
championship," said coach Mr.
Selvin Davis.


Borough where Tottenham
Hotspur has its home said:
"We express to the people of
Rotterdam our sorrow and
hope that they will realize that
these fans were in a minority
British papers slammed the
rioting fans in Rotterdam.
"Animals Cup Fans
Disgrace London," said a
banner headline across the
front page of the Evening
News.
"Spurs hooligans Shock the
Dutch," was the headline
across the front of the Evening
Standard. (AP)


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mayor apologized to the
people of Rotterdam Thursday
for hooliganism by Tottenham
Hotspur soccer fans.
And a Member of Parliament
tabled a motion in the House
of Commons deploring "the
disgraceful behaviour" of the
fans.
The fans went wild as
Tottenham lost 0-2 to
Feyenoord in the EUFA Cup
final in Rotterdam. At least 70
were reported arrested and 130
taken to hospital
Frederick Knight, Mayor of
Haringey the north London

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Saturday June 1st at 8 p.m.
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