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SVOL LXXI, No. 164



Sun beats


downon

parade

thousands

By Mike Lothian
THE ELEMENTS
co-operated with unionists
yesterday by providing a
clear, rainless day for a
Labour Day parade that was
certainly the largest in
recent years and perhaps one
of the largest in Bahamian
history.
Close to 2,000 unionists
marched out of Windsor Park
15 minutes behind schedule
at 9:45 a.m. to begin the
four-mile march along Wulff
Road, Collins Avenue,
Shirley, Christie, Bay and
Cumberland Streets and Blue
Hill Road.
The number of marchers
grew by leaps and bounds
along the route, but it was
impossible to estimate the
peak number of walkers as
hundreds of children and
street-side spectators joined
in for varying distances.
Perhaps the most
impressive measurement of
the parade's proportion was
provided on the Bay St.
section of the march. When.
the head of the parade turned
off Bay south into
Cumberland St., the rear was
only just passing Victoria
Avenue, more than half a
mile away.
Although the bands and a
few of the union grotipt
marched in orderly files of
from two to four, many less
organised sections walked ten
and 15 people abreast,
covering even the widest of
the ruads along the route
froni side to side.
thousands of spectators
lined the route. The coming
of the parade was heralded
and its passing was marked by
' 'choriwe of. the v. ci'si
nunareds of dogs.
Many marchers could not
quite decide if the weather
was good or bad for the
march: the opinion was
expressed that one got as wet
from perspiration in the
stifling heat as one would
have done had it rained.
The only parliamentarian
walking with the unionists
was Coconut Grove M.P.
Edmund Moxey, who worked
a trombone in the small band
quickly put together for the
march by the Bahamas
Musicians and Entertainers
Union.
But no one band could
have been heard from one
end of the parade to the
other. Taking care of that
problem were the Pioneer
Drum and Bugle Corp, the
Boys Brigade band and two
"scrap gangs" enthusiastically
putting out Junkanoo
rhythms.
Some people decided it
was not worth waiting in the
heat and left the area. Others,
tired but determined, turned
the park into a picnic scene.


riTurn t


and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


Saturday, June 8, 1974.


Pictures: FRANKLIN FERGUSON
Supt. McDonald Fields, left, and Assist nt Commissioner Terry Hanna keep the jeering Labour Day crowd back from the
speaker's platform as Labour Minister Clifford L. Darling, right, makes a fruitless effort to make his Labour Day Message

heard above the boos.




Sears lashes


flashy


1 HE AVERAGE Bahamian worker is in worse
,- j1not., straits today than the 1067 "revolution" led
hit to expect, and that "predicament" exists
Il incipally because "in those seven long years we have
not been able to produce competent, honest and
cre,:tive men to run this country."
Ficry Youth leader Alfred Sears was wildly cheered by over
2,00 unionists at the Labout Day Rally on Windsor Park
yesterday as he pulled out all stops in a hard-hitting indictment of
the PU' government's failure to provide employment for the


country's youth.
".s c urt.ncd. young
Balhanf i 'I teel, like the many
other thousands of young
Bahamians who are walking
and searching our streets daily
but fruitlessly for employment,
that something is dangerously
wrong," he declared.
"Something must be wro'Jg
when 500 teachers find it
necessary to leave their
classrooms and demonstrated
publicly against inadequate
salary conditions.
"Something must be wrong
when the workers of the
Jumbey Village find it
necessary to picket the House
of Parliament for their
economic survival.
"And we, the young people
of this country, know that
something is wrong when we
see thousands and thousands of
our brothers and sisters leaving
school yearly and finding it
necessary to sell dope and rob
banks because they are unable
to find honest employment.
'These factors and others,
we must admit, are indications
of a troubled and problem-
ridden society. Something is
dangerously wrong in our
country."


By MIKE LOTHIAIC

Mr. Sears, president of the
Inter-denominational Christian
Youth Association, acknow-
ledged that international
economic trends and increasing
population have contributed to
the economic plight of the
people.
"However, in 1967 we had a
revolution to put the poor
working man in this country
on a better economic footing.
But in 1974 the average
Bahamian working man is in a
worse position economically
than he had ever expected to
be in 1967.
"Furthermore," Mr. Sears
continued, "I believe that one
of the principal reasons for the
development of our present
position is the fact that in
those seven long years we have
been unable to produce
competent, honest and creative
men to run this country.
"We have been unable to
produce men with the
imagination and foresight to
bring about opportunities
which will challenge and
exploit the potential of the
youth of this country.


leaders


"We have been unable to
produce men who are
concerned with finding
solutions to your problems and'
mine rather than men who, like
the Minister of Labour has just
done, are simply talking loud
and saying nothing."
In short "We have been
unable to produce leaders. This
is the most pressing problem
facing not only the youth of
this country but every
.Concerime citizen. for many#f
our political and 1lious
leaders can no longer identify
with the hardships and
frustrations of the average
working man and woman in
this country.
"How can you identify with
men who reflect their worth in
Rolls Royces, flashy cars and
huge, exhorbitant homes while
thousands of their fellow
Bahamians walk the streets
unemployed?"
lHe said a quarter of the
M.P.'s in the House are former
labour leaders. "Why is it that
when the workers have labour
problems they are faced with a
wall of immutable resistance
by these same men who came
to power on the backs of the
poor working man and
woman?"
He recalled that in 1967
youth was told to qualify and
prepare to meet the needs of
the nation. Having done that.
he said, "today the average
young Bahamian has been
forced to stop and re-examine
his role, the predicament of his
people and the direction in
which our country is heading."
In 1967 also, it was said that


youth centres would be built
to develop the youth. Not one
youth centiz has materialized
in seven years, Mr. Sears
charged, "so why are we so
surprised when our youths
roam our streets daily with
sawed-off shotguns in quest for
bounty?
"We are tired and disgusted
with sweet talk and empty
promises. For too long we have
-.llowed ourselves to be used as
a short-term avenue for selfish
politicians who want to gc!
rich quick.
"As a young nation we all
need direction,' he said, "but
how can a corrupt leadership
lead in the honest process of
building a nation?"
He urged young people to
free themselves from the
present value system.
"Let us become less
sophisticated and consider
those areas in which we are
needed, areas such as teaching
agriculture and fisheries. Only
then will we be able to build
the structure of a more
balanced society."
FREEPORT VISIT
An officer from the Passport
Office in Nassau will visit
Freeport, Grand Bahama June
13 and 14 and will be available
between 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
to interview Bahamian citizens
for passports.
The officer will be located in
the Government Administrative
Office in the Sun Alliance Buid-
ing, Pioneers Way.


Crowd jeers and boos drown Darling


THE BOOS and jeers of
hundreds of workers
completely drowned out
Labour Minister Clifford L.
Darling's first attempt in two
years to deliver a Labour Day
Message at Windsor Park
Labour Day celebrations
yesterday.
Two senio- police officers
placed themselves between the
crowd and the Minister's
position atop the speakers'
platform as the workers
pressed closer and closer,
shouting abuse and shoving
slogan-bearing placards in front
of the Minister's face.
Organized labour has until
recent years been solidly
behind the PLP, and has been
considered largely responsible
for the party's rise to power in
1967.
Last year strained relations
led union organizers to bar Mr.

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Darling from speaking at the
Labour Day rally, traditionally
a platform for PLP politicking.
This year the union leaders
invited the Minister to speak,
but hundreds of rank-and-file
unionists made it clear they
were not prepared to listen to
him.
Mr. Darling was greeted by
only scattered boos and
cat-calls when he first stepped
onto the platform to begin his
address, but the relative quiet
lasted less than a minute.
Most of the workers decided
they had heard enough when
the Minister, reviewing past
government policies, noted
that "we also realized that
employment policies had to be
shaped so that Bahamians
would be able to obtain decent
jobs and therefore decent
income."
The workers apparently felt
the remark was completely
inappropriate, as this year's
Labour Day parade and rally
were staged under the theme,
"put the nation back to work,"
a theme that underscored
concern over the nation's rising
unemployment.
With that remark the crowd
began an unrelenting noise


campaign that made it virtually
impossible for anyone on the
park to hear the Minister's
speech, although it was
amplified .by two loudspeakers.
Mr. Darling ignored the
tumult and continued reading
his prepared text.
The crowd pressed closer
than ever to the speakers'
paltform, and two y,,ng men
held aloft posters that
declared: "Increase in
Employment can Decrease
Crime Rate," and "We need
Work to Create our
Happiness."
They held the placards only
a couple of feet in front of Mr.
Darling's face in a bid to either
force him to read the messages
printed on them, or to obscure
the crowd's view of him, or
both.
Assistant Poice Com-
cissioner (New Provid-
ence District- terry Hanna
and Superintendant McDonald
Fields pushed their way
through the crowd and placed
themselves in front of the
Minister, and began pushing
the mass of people back, trying
to get them at a few feet away
from Mr. Darling.


The jeers of the crowd
changed momentarily to cries
of anger as Mr. Fields at one
point yanked one of the hands
of a demonstrator, crumpled
the paper and threw it to the
ground.
Another worker quickly
picked up the poster,
straightened it out and held it
up again.
When Mr. Darling completed
his address and turned away to
leave the platform the boos
rose to a new crescendo. The
Minister immediately left the
park, accompanied by C.A P.
Smith, his Permanent
Secretary.
Ironically, the part of the
Minister's address the crowd
missed because of its own
jerring included an
acknowledgement that "we do
have adjustments to be made in
our economy so as to reduce
unemployment and to improve
conditions of life."
And he urged the working
man to participate in solving
the problems that remain.
"Your government's
capacity to act requires that we
have the beginnings of a sense
of community within our


nation. It is not only the will
of the government but it must
also be the will of the people
to do what must be done.
"We as a nation need to
solicit the participation of
every citizen in reconciling our
differences and finding our
common interests so that we
will have the advantage of
working together as one people
and one nation."
It was time, he said, for
Bahamians to begin "thinking
about our own involvement,
our own participation and our
own contribution to the
growth of our nation."
He warned that
independence "will not
necessarily lead us to a more
peaceful and stable way of life.
It may well lead to instability
if all of us do not devote
ourselves to progress in such
important areas as, for
example, the fuller enjoyment
of our human rights, and the
economic and social
development of ourselves and
our country. It is for this
reason," he decalred, "that I
would urge you to concentrate
your efforts in these areas in
the years to come."


CRUISE

SHIP

CONCERN
OVER

NEW LAW
MIAMI cruise ship operators
are concerned over the
Bahamas government's
proposed legislation to prohibit
their liners from selling liquor
or offering live on-board
entertainment during stopovers
in Nassau.
One cruise line company has
indicated it may well alter its
ship schedules to depart the
Bahamas earlier, The Miami
Herald has reported.
A cruise line spokesman said
the operators plan to discuss
the matter with the
government to see if a com-
promise can be reached. The
operators claim that
performers in their ships'
nightclub shows are Bahamian
except for the band members.
According to Costa Lines
vice president Leo Robbins,
both Costa Lines and Eastern
Steamship Lines close their
nightclubs on Tuesday and
Saturday "because everyone
goes to the casino," The
nightclubs however are open
on Wednesday and feature
Bahamian singers and dancers.
Alcoholic beverages are
served every day. A spokesman
for Eastern Steamship observed
that "people like to relax on a
ship and they like to relax with
a cocktail. It would be terrible
if they couldn't even get a
drink."
Eastern and Costa Lines sell
guided tours of Nassau
nightclubs and the casino.
They claim that the Nassau
clubs often are not large
enough to hold the tourists
who wish to take the tour.
Operators say club owners
usually limit each tour to 125
people per ship and more
people than that often wish to
visit the clubs. They argue
there are not enough
nightclubs as it is. "The
existing ones will be even
harder to get into if they close
down the ships every evening."
The Eastern vice-president
predicted that if the proposed
change becomes law his
company may consider
changing ship schedules so that
they will leave port earlier in
the day, take "a long slow
cruise home" and open the
shipboard nightclubs on the
high seas.
The legislation, still in the
planning stage, is the result of
lobbying by local nightclubs
who complain that the ships
offer "unfair competition."
The Nightclub Operators
Association has strongly
criticized the government for
its alleged failure to support
local business by allowing the
cruise ships to compete with
on-shore establishments. They
have claimed that their
livelihood is at stake.

Still

puzzled

TODAY'S prize goes up
by another $100 as there
was still no winner in The
Tribune Maura Lumber
Company crossword
puzzle contest.
The prize, which
includes a fabulous
Orlando Clipper Cutlass de
luxe with a 50 h.p.
Johnson or Evinrude
engine and Gaitor trailer,
also includes a $600 gift
voucher encashable for
goods from Maura's.
Last week's solution is
found on page 5 today and
this week's new puzzle and
the rules for the contest
are found on the back
page.


WALKATHON
THE STAFF and students of
Saint John's College including
the Prep School, will hold a
walkathon Friday, June 14, to
purchase a school bus.
The walkathon will begin at
the school (Market Street)
travelling south on Blue Hill
road, Harold Road, then to the
Airport Road, to Gladstone
Road where the new school
site is situated.
The distance covered will be
eight miles with seven
checkpoints.


Price: 20 Cents


Montagu Haitians


could

benew

Hollywood

The Montagu Film Studios
may well become the
Hollywood of the East. This
is the view of Mr. Kobi
Jaeger, president and
executive producer of Salty
T.V. Enterprises, which is
presently filming the Salty
television series in Nassau.
Mr. Jaeger, a recent guest
speaker at the East Nassau
Rotary Club, said there had
never been a major studio on
the U.S. east coast, although
there was a big studio in
Montreal.
"It is however, very
expensive to shoot films
there, added to which there
are the unions." Unions, Mr.
Jaeger said, had nearly caused
the collapse of Hollywood.
Although the film
company has only been in
residence at the Montagu for
the past six months, there
have already been over 30
inquiries from overseas film
and television units asking to
use the Montagu's facilities.
"If this continues we can
look forward to being the
Hollywood of the East," Mr.
Jaeger said.
A combination of factors
make the Montagu and
Nassau particularly suited for
filming, he observed.
In addition to its
high-ceilinged public rooms,
ideal for sound stages, the
former hotel also has 29 acres
of "back lot" and its own
lake and private beach.
Another advantage is the
year-round good weather
enjoyed by the Bahamas.
Mr. Jaeger also
emphasized the high quality
of workmanship shown by
the Bahamian carpenters
working on the Salty sets.
He said that the film
company plans to buy the
Montagu and develop it as a
year-round studio. The initial
eight episodes of Salty
already shot have been
well-received by Twentieth
Century Fox, who will be
distributing the series for
screening in September.
The next series after Salty
has already been planned. It
is to be Tom Sawyer, and all
location shots will be filmed
here.
Mr. Jaeger pointed out that
although many film
producers have done
location filming in the
Bahamas before, this is the
first real attempt at filming
and producing a series
completely in this country.


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THE 85-FOOT Lady Dundas
cargo freighter has been seized
by Haitian authorities in
Port-au-Prince and its captain
and crew arrested on smuUggl
charges, unconfirmed reports
state.
Local businessman, Mr. Basi
Butler, a part owner of the
vessel, said Thursday that "the
boat was supposed to have
been engaged in legitimate
trading business. This comes as
a surprise to me."
The boat, although owned
by Lady Dundas Limited, of
which Butler is a shareholder,
was contracted to an
unidentified Haitian operator,
he said.
It is understood that the
person to whom the boat was
leased has also been jailed by
officials in Haiti, according to
Butler.
The Lady Dundas, which
was detained for a short while
in Cuba after springing a leak
at sea in late February, has not
been in the Bahamas for over
six months, Mr. Butler said.
He said he was unable to
explain the situation as he
could not make contact with
Haitian authorities in
Port-au-Prince.
He said to his knowledge the
boat was carrying freight,
"groceries and other goods"
between Miami and Haiti.
When the boat was detained in
Cuba, where it also underwent
repairs, "I also had problems
obtaining information about
her," Mr. Butler said.
The vessel remained in Cuba
for about three weeks before it
went to Haiti, he said. It is
understood that the vessel was
seized sometime earlier in the
week.
External Affairs officials.. -
informed of the incident, havt:. A0.
requested a report on the boat
from the British Consul in
Port-au-Prince.
They declined to discuss
what problems had arisen
involving the Lady Dundas and
her crew of seven. All the crew
are known to be Haitian
nationals.
"We are not certain what has
happened to the boat but have
heard some of the crew may be
in custody," an External
Affairs Ministry spokesman
said.
FREEPORT VISIT
A JAMAICAN consular
officer will visit Freeport
Wednesday and will be at 31D
Kipling Building from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. and from 2.30 p.m. to
4.30 p.m.


Summer youth

programme


THE ANNUAL summer
youth instruction programme
sponsored by the Inter-
denominational Christian
Youth Association will be held
again this year at the T.A.
Thompson Primary School,
Baillou Hill Road, beginning
July 6.
The summer programme
started last year, is being held
for youngsters from ages seven
and up. Opening ceremonies
will take place June 30.
Bains Town, St. Agnes and
Grants Town youths are
particularly urged to take part
in the programme which will
include instruction in Maths,
English, Bahamian History,
Reading, General Science,
Biology, Civics, Sewing,
Drama, Arts and Crafts and
sports, an I.CiY.A. release said.
The classes will be
conducted from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. on Mondays and
Wednesday and from 2 p.m.
to 6 p.m. on Saturdays.
Members of the I.C.Y.A. will
visit parents in the over-the-hill
area from June 15 through 30
explaining and answering
questions related to the
programme, it was stated.
The programme is being held
in an attempt to "assit young
people in their search for a
wholesome, yet pleasant,
outlet of energy through
recreational means."
It was pointed out that
"young people with limited
home resources and without
wholesale recreation tend to


seek questionable amusements
leading to delinquency."
Church and community leaders
are being asked to encourage
young people to participate in
the programme.
Light refreshment and
lunches will also be provided
for those taking part.
Anyone wishing additional
information about the summer
programme can contact Miss
Marion Bethel, telephone
2-4433, Miss Alma
Hutchinston, 3-6779; Miss
Elsie Pople, 5-5953; Mr. Alfred
Sears, 2-8157 or attend the
weekly meetings 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the Stephen Dillet
Primary School.

CHURCH CONVENTION
1;IE 54th Annual District
Convention of the Churches of
God in the Bahamas will
convene at the Dixie Church of
God, Wulff Road and Palm
Beach Street, on Monday June
10 through Sunday June 16th
at 7:45 p.m. Moderating the
convention will be Mr. John B.
Curry assisted by Reverend
Alfred Thompson.


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Cinque taught me everything imaginable, says Patty IRA SISTERS


Bormann

is dead
LONDON Hitler's Deputy
Martin Bormann definitely did
die at the end of World War II,
an American professor said
Friday in presenting a mass of
technical evidence from a skull
found in Berlin.
Reidar F. Sognnaes,
professor of anatomy and oral
biology at the School of
Dentistry and Medicine at the
University of Califu nia.
published hit conclusions in
the privately circulated journal
of forensic dentistry.

Biggs case

bad luck
BRASILIA Bad luck has
stricken the second Brazilian
judge to handle the case of
Ronald Biggs. The first one
died of a sudden heart attack.
Federal appeals judge
Armando Rollemberg was
stricken with a heart attack
and was taken to the big city
of Sao Paulo for intensive
medical care. He is in charge of
deciding on an appeal to
overturn the deportation
order issued May 6 against
train robber Biggs by the
Brazilian Minister of Justice.

Concern

over Duke
LONDON Kensington
Palace announced that the
condition of the long ailing
Duke of Gloucester, only
surviving uncle of Queen
Elizabeth "is now giving cause
for concern."
The 74-year-old Duke, once
a professional soldier and a
former Governor-General of
Australia, is with his wife at
their country home near
Peterborough, 80 miles north
of London.


Athens 59
Rome 63
Paris 54
London 48
New York 55
San Francisco 52
Los Angeles 61-
Montreal 61
Heath


LOS ANGELES Patricia Hearst
says te death in a shootout of six
members of the Symbionese
Liberation Army has made the sound
of gunfire sweeter.
And she says she is strong,
determined to fight and unafraid of
death.
In a tape sent to a Los Angeles radio
station, Miss Hearst said she and
William and Emily Harris have formed
a combat unit. And she says it is
absurd to think the SLA is not
leaderless.
The taped voice said she was in love
with "Cinque," the slain Symbionese


Liberation Army leader, and was "not
afraid to die" continuing to fight for
the SLA.
In a tape received by radio station
KPFK, she called herself by her SLA
name "Tania" and said she was
"reborn" the day of her kidnapping,
Feb. 4.
"He taught me the truth. We loved
each other so much," she sild in a
soft, quiet voice. "His love for the
people was so deep he was willing to
give his life for them."
Donald Defreeze, an ex-convict who
called himself General Field Marshal
Cique, died with five other SLA


members tn a shootout with police in
Los Angeles May 17.
Hearst family spokesman, John
Lester, told reporters at Hillsborough:
"They're glad that Patty's still alive.
Yes, the tape on the radio was their
daughter."
"He taught me the truth. We loved
each other so much," MUa Hearst said
in a soft, quiet voice. "His love for the
people was so deep he was willing to
give hiq life for them.
"The name Coin means
'laoonquerable.' It was the perfect
samenfor him. Coju conquered life a
well as death by facing them."


There was speculation that she was
referring to William de Wolfe, one of
two men slain in an SLA shootout
with police in Los Angeles May 17.
Donald Defreeze, also known a
"Cinque," and four women members
of the SLA also died in the shootout.
"Cinque loved the people with
tenderness and respect," the woman
said on the tape. "Cin knew that to
live was to shoot straight. He taught
me virtually everything imaginable.
He'd kick our arses if we didn't keep
our arses down low enough.
"It's not how long we live that's
important. It'show we live." (AP)


France to end



nuclear tests


PARIS President Valery Giscard d'Estaing said today France will terminate its
controversial atmospheric nuclear tests in the Pacific following a final series of tests
to be held in the near future.
An announcement from the presidency said "the development of the nuclear defence
programme is sufficiently advanced to permit France to pass on to the stage of underground tests
as soon as the test series foreseen for this summer is completed."


Traitor' dancer


can quit Russia


MOSCOW Soviet officials
told ballet dancer Valery Panov
today that he and his wife have
been given permission to
emigrate, Panov reported.
Panov, 35, said that he and
his wife, Galina, had been told
to report Monday to the visa
office in Leningrad.
"I am very excited, very
emotional," Panov said in a
telephone call from Vilnius,
Lithuania where he and his
wife were visiting his brother.
Branded as a "traitor",
Panov was immediately
dismissed from the Kirov Ballet
Company. Another Kirov
Alumnus, Rudolph Nureyev,
defected to the west some
years before.
Following Panov's dismissal,
Galina, a small dainty blonde
was also expelled from the
dance company.


Without work, forbidden the
72 fair use of state-owned dance
77 cloudy facilities, Valery and. Galina
64 overcast attempted to stay in form by
61 showers practising in the living room of
68 cleay their third-floor apartment on
66 cloudy Leningrad's Moskovsky
79 clear Prospekt.

backs Market


LONDON Former Conservative Prime Minister Edward
Heath said Harold Wilson is not entitled to take Britain out
of the European Common Market.
Heath told newsmen this was because Wilson's
government lacks a majority in the House of Commons.
Heath said of Wilson's renegotiation bid: "You don't
provide a response in international affairs in this way."
Britain, he added, can get a better response from the
community "by showing that you are a whole-hearted
member and prepared to play your part.
"The outlook if a Labour government wanted to take us
out, apart from the fact that it would be a breach of the
treaty, would indeed be bleak," the former Premier said.
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At one point he feared his
talent would disappear from
the forced idleness. "They are
trying to assassinate, me
artistically," he said.
His mood today was one of
surprise and elation.
"I have to leave within five
days from today," Panov said,
reporting his conversation with
passport officials. "It's quite
unusual."
Unconcerned about the
short time given the couple to
prepare for departure, he said:
"I won't stay here an hour
longer than I have to."
During his long wait for exit
permission, Panov was
frequently subjected to threats
and what he termed "Official
manoeuvers."
The threats took the form of
dark hints from the secret
police that he risked jail by
continuing to publicize his
plight. Less ambiguous were
warnings from the militia to
get a job not facing or
face prison for parasitismm."
BAUXITE TAX
NEW YORK American
and Canadian companies with
bauxite operations in Jamaica
are cautiously reluctant to
draw conclusions in public on
the Caribbean government's
plan to multiply tax levies six
times.
A Kaiser spokesman says:
"We have not disagreed with
the Jamaican government
throughout the negotiations
that the country should receive
a higher return from its bauxite
resources.


The announcement said the
last atmospheric tests would be
restricted to an essential
minimum, "and conducted as
previously in conditions of
total safety." No precise date
was given for the start of the
new series.
But a Defence Ministry
announcement said the
"nuclear security zone" around
Mururoa atoll in French
Polynesia will be closed to all
navigation from June 11 until
further notice.
The local military
authorities were instructed "to
take all necessary measures
against violating vessels to
assure their safety and that of
the persons on board."
Several private ships that
sailed into the danger zone in
last year's series to protest
against the tests were towed
away by the French navy.
French officials had
previously indicated that the
forthcoming test series,
reportedly including a nuclear
bomb dropped from a plane
for the first time, would close
the controversial atmospheric
tests held every summer since
1966.
For the past three years, the
French have been preparing a
new ites site at Fangatauta
atoll, 50 miles south of
Mururoa in the Tuamotu
archipelago. All the tests at
Fangataufa, expected to begin
in 1975, will be underground.
During his election campaign
in April and May, Giscard
d'Estaing promised to maintain
the independent French
nuclear deterrent and continue
its development, but place the
tests underground "as soon as
possible."
There has been no official
comment yet from the New
Zealand government.


Uganda Britons

breathe again


NAIROBI President Idi
Amin announced in Kampala
last night that he had
postponed "drastic action" he
was to take against British
nationals resident in Uganda on
the advice of Kenya's President
Jomo Kenyatta.
Radio Uganda, monitored
here, said General Amin made
the announcement during a
two-hour meeting in Kampala
with acting British High
Commissioner James
Hennessey.
A min had summoned
Hennessey, Britain's ranking
diplomat in Uganda, to the


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semi-public meeting, which was
also attended by newsmen and
senior Ugandan officials and
held in the prison officers mess
in downtown Kampala.
Amin warned Thursday that
if Britain, and the British
broadcasting Corp. did not
stop "unfounded propaganda"
against his country, all Britons
working in Uganda, including
missionaries, would be given
two days to quit the country.
The row was sparked off by
the BBC's coverage earlier this
week of the report by the
Geneva-based International
Commission of Jurists, which
accused Amin's military regime
of perpetuating a reign of
terror in the east African
nation.
According to diplomatic
sources here there are about
1,250 Britons in Uganda. They
include 300 businessmen and
the same number of
missionaries: The rest include
teachers, doctors, and technical
advisors on secondment to the
Uganda government.
The sources confirmed that
contingency plans for
emergency evacuation of
British subjects, drawn up in
November 1972 at the time of
the explosion of British Asians
from Uganda, had been
updated.
They provide for the mass
airlift of Britons either direct
to London or to neighboring
Kenya.
SAmin, who came to power
in an army coup in January
1971, deported, 40,000 British
Asians in 1972 at three months
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Prince Charies talks with Lady Spencer Churchill at the
Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Reunion held recently at
London's Royal Festival Hall. He had presented medallions
to 103 fellows of 1973 and in a speech spoke of his warm
recollections and admiration for the great wartime leader.


APLTON
RUM


LONDON Irish
Republican hunger strikers
Dolours and Marion Price, who
have refused to eat since being
jaied for life last November for
leading a bombing raid on
London, ended their fast last
night, the Home Office
announced.
Earlier, a worried British
government made new efforts
to persuade the sisters to
abandon the hunger strike they
vowed to continue until death.
Following the death of
another Irish Republican Army
prisoner, Michael Gaughan,
who also had been on a protest
fast, Lord Brckway, a
leftwing peer and champion of
humanitarian causes, visited
the sisters in London's Brixton
prison.
Marion, 20, and Dolours, 23,
are serving life sentences for
IRA car bombings in London
last year which injured 21
people. They are demanding
transfer to a Northern Ireland
prison and treatment as
political prisoners.
Brockway, playing the role
of go-between, reportedly
suggested to the sisters that the
British government would
grant their transfer "in the not
too distant future" if they gave
up their hunger strike.
The sisters, who are living
only on water, were said by
the Home Office to be
"weaker." The IRA warned of
"devastating" reprisals if they
died.
In the Irish Republic the
family of the kidnapped Earl
and Countess of Donoughmore
offered a "substantial reward"
for information leading to their
safe return.
Police believe the
71-year-old Protestant and his
wife may be held hostage for
the release of the Price sisters


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SCOTCH


and other IRA prisoners in
British and Iish jails.
Lord and Lady
Donoughmore were snatched
from their Tipperary home,
Knocklofty House, Tuesday
night by three young gunmen.
A shot was fired in the scuffle
and the Earl is feared
wounded.
"We as a family have
decided that if anybody
provides information which
leads to the safe return and
knowledge of the where-
abouts ot my parents, we are
certainly prepared to pay a
substantial reward," said
Viscount Suirdale, the kidnap
couple's son and heir.
He declined to spell out the
size of his reward offer.
' Suirdale appealed to the
kidnapers to contact the family
and to be "kind and
reasonable" to his father and
mother.
No ransom demand has been
received from the kidnappers
but Police Superintendent
Anthong McMahon who is
leading the hunt, said he
expected developments within
24 hours.
A police manhunt is
centred on the bleak Wicklow
Mountains, south of Dublin,
and about 70 miles from the
earl's country estate near
Clonmel.
The burned-out getaway car
used in the raid was found
abandoned in County Wicklow.
Lord Donoughmore is head
of the Anglo Irish Hely-Hutch-
inson family which has been
active in British and Irish
affairs since the 18th century.
The earl was a Conservative
member of the British
parliament but since 1948 has
led the life of a gentleman
farmer aloof from politics.
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hpt Srtabunt
Nvu.us AmIncus JRAMJ IN VasA MACI-IT
Being Bound To Swear To The Dqas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, PublWther/Editor 1903- 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/rditor 1917-1972
Contributing Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
PubtlAer/Editor 1972 .
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Saturday, June 8, 1974


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
THE U.S. is now preparing to celebrate the 200th anniversary
of independence in 1976.
Every section of the nation has been alerted to the importance
of this occasion and I have no doubt that from end to end of the
country from the smallest hamlet to the largest city every
effort will be made by the American people to reach the heights
in expressing their thanksgiving for the freedom their forefathers
won for them on the field of battle.

In England the British people are preparing for the celebration
of another centenary ... the 100th anniversary of the birth of Sir
Winston Churchill.
Sir Winston's mother was an American and so the American
people feel that they have a share in this rare man. American
newspapers are writing editorials on the subject.
The Miami Herald described him as the greatest Briton of the
century. But this appraisal falls far short of the mark. Winston
Churchill was the greatest man of the century and one of the
greatest of all time, a worthy descendant of the Duke of
Marlborough, one of the greatest military leaders of all time who
earned the undying gratitude of the nation for his victory at the
Battle of Blenheim.

Several things are being done in England to fittingly mark the
occasion.
Jack le- Vien is preparing with the BBC a major
Churchillian film to go out to the world on November 30, the
anniversary of Churchill's birth. It is concerned with the years
leading up to the second world war and will be called in words
used by Churchill A Walk With Destiny. Richard Burton will
play the part of Churchill.
It has not yet been decided who will play the role of his beloved
wife Clementine, or ,l the men who moved across the stage
duriu illi, iPi,,-d ... Anthony Eden, Neville Chamberlain, the
'kc oi, Wirndsor, Beaverbrook, Alanbrooke.
I here were seven definite stages in the development of the man
who halted the great German war machine with a voice that
boomed defiance to the threatening invaders across the English
Channel.
The first stage was as a Young Adventurer ... then the Political
Firebrand ... the Coming Man ... Marking Time ... Out in the
Wilderness ... His Finest Hour ... and, finally, the Grand Old Man.

Young Winston had many qtharLck in hie e..r., ....pui. rif ad,
were it not for the second r6 wril he'lght have gone to his
grave branded as a political humbug. I
But, whatever people may have said or thought of this
aggressive young man, who somehow managed to intrude himself
into many places where he was not wanted, he never doubted
that he was a man of destiny, born to lead and rule the nation in
times of great challenge.
In his book Titans and Others (Collins), Malcolm MacDonald
reports that Churchill "was always enthusiastically conscious of
his calling as a gifted writer of history. I remember an afternoon
in the British House of Commons when he was strongly attacking
Stanley Baldwin, then Prime Minister, on a question of
Government policy. 'History will say,' Churchill declared, 'that
the Right Honourable Gentleman was wrong in this matter.' Then
with a broad grin he added; 'I know it will, because I shall write
that history'."
And so he has done.

One of the most important things being done in England to
mark the anniversary is the publication of his collected works.
Under the caption "The Most Important First Edition Of Our
Time," The Financial Times of Saturday, April 6th devoted a full
page to announcing that "only 3000 sets of this unique edition
will ever be published".
The article on the importance of this publication is so full of
interesting information that I don't know where to start or to
stop in extracting parts of it for the enjoyment of readers of this
column.
** *****
"To own a complete set of the works of Sir Winston Churchill
has until now been the privilege of a mere handful of libraries and
private collectors. Such is the demand for his books that rare
out-of-print first editions command quite exceptional prices,"
The Financial Times reported.
"His The Story of the Malaband Field Force, published in
1898, is valued today at 300 pounds; a political pamphlet, Mr.
Brodrick's Army, published in 1903 for a shilling, was sold by a
London dealer last October for 1,500 pounds.
"Now to mark his century, comes a unique opportunity to
acquire, for the first time anywhere in the world, the complete
works of Sir Winston Churchill in a single library edition.
"A first edition which cannot be reprinted in any form for
another 42 years. A first edition of such outstanding
craftsmanship and beauty that it must be limited to universities
and major libraries of the English-speaking world, and to a
cp.1iparatively small number of private subscribers.
"In all, only 3,000 sets of this magnificent 34-volume
collection will be available,-In Britain, Canada, the United States,
Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and in every part of the
world where the memory and the genius or Churchill are still
supremely honoured.
"Once the edition has been fully subscribed it will not be
printed again. And no other complete set of his works will be
issued by any publisher in the English language until the
expiration of international copyright in AD 2015.
"The first collected works of Sir Winston Churchill is also the
only collected works of this century and beyond."

Commenting on this publication Sir Robert Menzies, former
Prime Minister of Australia, a close personal friend of Sir
Winston, and rated as second only to him as a public speaker in
the whole world, wrote:
"It is only when you see it that you realise what a genius
Churchill was. To have a uniform set, beautifully produced and


beautifully bound, will be a great privilege in the years to come.
It will enable people in a hundred years' time not tomorrow -
to read and cast their minds back and imagine what sort of man
this was, and what he did."
Here are some speccatons o s public : 34 volumes
Here are some specifications ot this publication: 34 volumes


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No new


diagnosis

THE EVENTS of last week had
different effects on different people. The
least shocked and surprised, of course,
were those who have known for some
time that the country, and the governing
PLP, were in serious difficulties. The only
important development so far as they
were concerned was that the blow-up in
the House of Assembly amounted to an
open admission by the PLP Government.
To the faithful PLP hard core who
have been swallowing the party line in
spite of all the evidence to the contrary
and in spite of what the Opposition have
been saying all along, last week's
confession must have come as a traumatic
experience.
Their political religion turned out to be
nothing more than a sham and their god
nothing more than a cheap imposter.
With their emotional hiding place gone up
in smoke these unfortunate people who
have been cruelly exploited by
PLP lies must now-begin the
transition from control by
emotions to control by mind if
intelligence, should
Some of this group will Perhaps
come out of it, hopefully, with more i
personalities intact and not too which ca
much bitterness. Others, the thinl
unfortunately, will return to
those dismal, unlighted places The
where abide guilt, shame and made b
self-contempt. They will debater
express their misery in the there
oft-repeated but meaningless co-ordin
declaration that black people objective
cannot pull together, administ
The practical political results discover
of all this is already being PP hi
debated with much heat. As became
usual, those who know the that. It
least about politics and human diagnosis
nature are the most dogmatic malady
prognosticators. But they can much tr
be left alone for the time being which ca
while we take time ou. to look since it
at those who are at the centre Mr. Wils
of the PLP fiasco. The li


****** ....
Mr. Franklyn Wilson, the
M.P. for Grants Town, was one
of the first ones on his feet in
last week's debate on Mr.
Edmund Moxey's motion for a
committee to consider the
social, economic and cultural
plight of the Bahamian people.
Mr. Wilson is one of
the younger and brighter
political opportunists who
could not pass up the chance
to jump on what he thought
was the unstoppable PLP
bandwagon for a free ride to
political power and
prominence.
He used to parade as an
idealistic intellectual under the
cover of UniComm but last
week he was still the
opportunist swimming
desperately in the PLP
whirlpool trying to find a safe
piece of dry land, the higher
the better, of course.
In spite of the affected heat
with which he spoke you could
still hear him and his PLP
colleagues undoubtedly heard
him quite well asking the
Prime Minister to keep him in


the PL
fundame
major c
the PLI
ad minis
Minister
Mr.
earned
respect
straight.
knows
response
Minister
Cabinet
the boa
the ves
band;
co-ordir
he is d
to blam
Since
intellige
like Mr
and he
logical
he could
Mr. Pin<

In
schizop
PLP, M
support
condei
Governor


Mr. Clement Maynard
be sucked under.
there was an even
interesting suggestion
mie through in some of
gs he said.

principal contribution
y Mr. Wilson in the
vas his contention that
was little or no
ation, no link-up of
es in the PLP
ration. That is no new
y. Everybody in the
ierarchy since they
the Government knew
is not a brilliant
I of some strange
which has caused so
oub!e to the PLP but
an now be dealt with
has been identified by
on.
ack of co-ordination in
P Government is a
mental weakness and a
cause of the failure of
P and especially the
tration of Prime
L. O. Pindling.
Wilson might have
a great deal more
if he had said it
After all, everybody
that it is the prime
ability of the Prime
Sto co-ordinate his
. He is the chairman of
rd, he is the captain of
sel, the leader of the
and if there is no
nation among the team
directly and particularly
e.
that is so, an
nt young politician
. Wilson should say so
should go to the next
position and that is that
d have no confidence in
Ailing.

the typically
hrenic fashion of the
[r. Wilson pretended to
rt Mr. Moxey's
nation of the
nent while at the same


time trying to fir
the Government.
One of the'
excuses was his cc
in emerging c
expectations of
always outran th
the country. Tha
rubbish. And ev
true in other coui
have no application
The truth is, c
it is the perform
of the leaders
territories which
the expectations
In some of the
for example, peo
ripped off by
powers are now
off by their own
Instead o
themselves to
governing and o
and developing th
their countries
advantage of their
are more concern
own personal
power. National
are often expel
projects designed
further on their e
Mr. Wilson
everybody else k
Bahamas has t
natural beauty
economic base
have been further
meet the just asp
the Bahamian
foreseeable future
for the stupidity
of the PLP Gove
Lynden Pindling.
*****
Mr. Wilson al


nd excuses for

lamest of all
intention that
countriess the
the people
e resources of
at is absolute
'en if it were
entries it would
on here.
>f course, that
iance of many
of emerging
fall far behind


FREEDOM OF THE PRESS DAY


of the people. The following message
African states, from the head of the
African states, Inter-American Press
ple who were Association was received
the colonial by The Tribune for
being ripped publication on Press
leaders. Freedom Day, which was
f applying commemorated in this
the task of hemisphere yesterday.
)f husbanding 'June 7, 1974, was a
4e resources of day dedicated by the Inter
to the best American Press
ir people, they Association as "Freedom
ed about their of the Press Day"
wealth and throughout the Hemis-
undertakings phere' but freedom is
nsive glamour being supressed overtly
to help them and covertly in many
,go trips, countries.
knows and It is not only the right
nows that the to print, to read, to speak
he God-given that is under attack; it is
and had an all individual human
which could rights. One cannot exist
r developed to without the others.
pirations of all FrdoAnm is indmisible. TIhe
people in the opposite of freedom is
re were it.not oppression.
and arrogance If freedom to print does
ernment under not exist, then neither
does freedom to read. Nor
*** freedom to speak.
so played the The people of this
hemisphere must be told,
Page 4 Col. 3 they must be made to


realize, that when freedom
is denied to the press to
report the news and
comment upon it either
through government edict,
direct censorship, or the
subtleties of indirect or
self-censorship then it is
their freedom to learn, to
be informed, that is being
suppressed. Their own
freedom to speak and
express an opinion
publicly suffers in direct
proportion.
The press of this
hemisphere the New
World of hope for our
forefathers who cast off
the oppression of the Old
World should hold high
the lantern and the torch
of freedom for its people.
In most places; unfort-
unaiely, ii is nui.
There is hope, but the
price of freedom is eternal
vigilance against those who
would usurp it. Freedom
of the press belongs to the
people. It is the
corner-stone of all their
freedoms. When they
realize this, nog govern-


ment, authoritarian or
otherwise, will be able to
take it away from' them
and the torch of freedom
will shine once more
throughout this
hemisphere.'
ROBERT U. BROWN
President IAPA

I.O.D.E. OFFERCERS
AT the 73rd Annual General
Meeting of the Imperial Order
Daughters of the Empire
held May 15 at their Hall on
Shirley Street the following
officers were elected:-

President Miss Barbara
Brown, first vice president -
Mrs. Andrew Esfakis, second
vice president Miss G.M,
French, M.B.E., third vice
president Mrs. Philit BroWn.
fourth vice president o tHi "
Winifred Cole, secretary Miss
Jeanette Roberts, assistant
secretary Mrs. Paul Clear,
treasurer Miss Winifred
Kilbride, standard bearer -
Mrs. Cedric Saunders.
The guest speaker was Dr.
Paul Albury who spoke of the
I.O.D.E. in perspective.


9%" x 6", requiring a 52-inch bookshelf.
Binding: Full binding of natural calfskin vellum.
Endpaper: Green levanto marble pattern, photographically
reproduced on special heavy text paper.
Book Paper: High bulk, Archive Long Life Test, made in Great
Britain expressly to the specifications of the British Museum and
the U.S. Library of Congress for their own use. Estimated
minimum working life 500 years. Archive Text is prepared from
specially-refined wood pulp, sized with Aquapel and contains
calcium carbonate filter to provide the necessary long term
stability against acidity.
Page total in set: Approximately 17,000
Titling: 22 caratgold
Front cover decoration: Personal coat-of-arms of Sir Winston
Churchill in 22 carat gold.
Price of the collection: 945 pounds.

Needless to say ... this will be a most valuable collection and I
am pleased to be able to say that I know at least one man in this
part of the world who has been granted permission by the
publishers to purchase a set.
Already ... it has been a complete sell out.

FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: And now, from the sublime to
the ridiculous, here is the text of a letter on display at the
Lyndon Baines Johnson Library in Austin, Texas:
Dear Mr. President:
This is to inform you that after today, I am no longer a
Democrat.
My father was a Democrat, his father and his father before him
and for 23 years since birth I have been a staunch member. No
longer!
My baby-sitter didn't show up. My husband's roofing business
has gone to pot. The baby is teething, and I can't pay $25 to take
a writing course. The pipe under the bathroom is broken. The
motor in the truck blew up.
No one wants a light typist with no experience and three kids
and we don't have enough money to file bankruptcy.
You think you've got problems with Fulbright? You should
meet my mother-in-law! I know it's risky counting on the
Republicans to change my luck, but I'm desperate enough to try
anything.
"Sorry to ditch you at this time, but I'm sure you understand.
Thanks for the shoulder. Maybe I could listen to your problems
sometime.
****** *****
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Ah, yet, e'er I descend to the grave,
May I a small house, and large garden have!
And a few friends, and many books, both true,
Both wise, and both delightful too! ABRAHAM COWLEY


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PILOT CLUB WOMEN'S


INSTALLATION
THE RECt:NTLY formed
Nassau Branch of Pilot Club
International is to hold its
installation of officers Tuesday
evening at a dinner meeting to
be held at the Sonesta Beach
Hotel.
The Pilot Club of Nassau is
the first of the five
international service organi-
zations for business and
professional women to be


esta blishii1d in the Caribbean
area
Senate president Dr. Doris
Johnson. acting on behalf of
the government, will present
the Bahamas flag to the club
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DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been married for
18 years, and I always thought we had a great marriage.
Having once been his secretary, I sometimes fill in a' tis
office when one of his girls is on vacation.
Last week while I was working there, a man phoned, and
in a very gruff and angry tone, he asked to speak to my
husband. Since my husband happened to be standing right
beside my desk at the time, I handed him the telephone.
Then I heard this booming voice say: "My wife just told
me everything, and even though I have a loaded gun,
you're not worth going to prison for and neither is she, but
if I ever catch you near her again, don't say I didn't warn
you!" Then he hung up.
Abby, I nearly fell apart. I went home immediately, and
my husband followed me. We had a long talk, and he told
me who she was. [She and her husband belong to our club,
and she certainly doesn't look the part.] My husband said
he'd seen her only a few times, she meant nothing to him,
and he'd never see her again.
I forgave him, and believe him when he says he'll never
see her again, but I'm bound to run into her at the club,
and I'm not sure I can handle it. I want her to know that I
know. Should I tell her? SHOOK
DEAR SHOOK: No. Keep your cool, and resist the temp-
tation to tell her that you know. [Your husband will tell
her.] No need to punish her further. Her husband has
probably already taken care of that.
DEAR ABBY: We have a dentist in our town who is so
money hungry it's unbelievable. It's a pity the new genera-
tion will never know the kind of dentists we knew when we
were growing up. They always had time to listen, and they
cared.


TO THE POINT


From Page 3
shabby game of attempting to
pass the buck to the
Opposition when he cried out
that' he has not seen one
constructive suggestion from
the Opposition. So what has
Mr. Wilson suggested? A
one-million dollar theatre Over
The Hill which will make him
and others rich at the expense
of already poor people!
The Free National
Movement has in fact put
forward many constructive
suggestions for the benefit of
the Bahamian people. Reduce
the gasoline tax. Reduce the
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but the most constructive
suggestion the Opposition can
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and give a new Government the
opportunity to put the
,rogramme into effect.


Keep cool, no more punishment needed


This dentist sees anywhere from 50 to 60 patients daily.
Besides a secretary who answers his telephone, he has
three people working for him whom he calls "technicians"
although none of them has ever had any formal training for
the job. They take X-rays, impressions, and even clean and
scale teeth. One pulled a suture out of my mouth on the
doctor's day off!
Isn't there a law to protect the public against unqualified
people doing dental work? Where should I write to
complain? CONCERNED
DEAR CONCERNED: There ARE laws, and they are
well-defined. Write to your county or state Dental Associa-
tion. But before you make any accusations, be sure of your
facts.
DEAR ABBY: Can you think of a nice, simple way for
me to ask my parents if I can have a guy spend the night
with me? I'm a 21-year-old liberated woman who lives at
home.
This guy I'm dating lives about an hour's drive from my
house, but he works only ten minutes from here. On Friday
nights he works until 10 p.m., and he has to be at work at 9
a.m. on Saturday, so you can see how much more conven-
ient it would be for him if he slept over.
My folks are on the old-fashioned side. Got any ideas?
LIBERATED
DEAR LIB: If you have an extra room for an overnight
guest, ask your folks if the fellow can use it. If you're
considering inviting the guy to share your bed, forget it.
DEAR ABBY: How much time should a wife give her
husband to make up his mind between her and the other
woman?
After 18 years of marriage and four beautiful children,
my husband became involved with a divorcee I'll call
Anna. After he told me about her, I tried for three months
to correct the things about me that made him stray in the
first place. Finally, I couldn't stand his running back and
forth between me and Anna, so I told him to move out until
he decided which one he wanted.
He went to stay with a buddy but he comes home a
couple times a week. [Anna works days, and he works
nights. I When he's home I do his laundry and we share the
same bed. Everything is just wonderful-just like old times.


I try to be the ideal wife, hoping he wil mal what he's
missing and decide to come ome for good. He keeps
telling me he still loves me but he can't give up Ara. I
told him he can't come home to live until e quits iag
Anna altogether.
Abby, lately I'm losing repeat for myself. I feel e Im
being used. Am I going about this wrong? Plase advice
me. CONFUSED
DEAR CONFUSED: You did everything eight up to te
point where you let him come home to me ye as a part.
time wife and a full time launadrvie.



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Laughing the attack


NOWHERE near enough
attention is paid to the subject
of opening leads. In the
instructional literature of the
game, a little space is usually
squeezed into some chapter on
defence and a table of opening
leads is offered as a kind of
ready-reckoner for the benefit
of those readers incapable of
thinking ior themselves. This
would enable the novice to get
somewhere near the best lead,
and would undoubtedly save
him from making a disastrously
bad lead, but it doesn't kindle
the imagination in any way,
nor does it act as an aid to
constructive thinking.
Against a No Trump
contract, says many a book,
lead the 4th highest card of
your longest suit. Yet I wonder
how many of my readers
know, for instance, that the
lead of the 4th highest from J
xxx gives away more tricks
then almost any other, and
very seldom pays off? And


9
North deals, and opens 1
Diamond, and South goes
direct to 3NT. Deprived of
your Spade bid, you now have
to lead and the rubber depends
on your choice cf lead.
Scan the West cards again..


Do you lead the 4th highest
Spade, the 10? Or do you lead
the Ace, in case a sporting
South has bid 3NT with x x
in Spades and a doubleton
Queen in dummy? Or do you
lead the modish Jack of
Spades, the top of an interior
sequence?
Let me tell you that if you
lead any kind of Spade at all,
you will thereupon present
South with his contract. And if
you lead anything but a Spade,
you will most likely defeat
him! Here is the ocmplete deal:
754
KJ4
AJ 75
KQ2


how many players, holding
would lead the 4 of Spades
against 3NT? Against bidding
which aha gone INT 3NT,
this would be an exercise in
fatuity. With no vestige of an
entry, and with the strong
probability of finding no more
than a doubleton in partner's
hand, such a lead would yield
one trick -at most, and will all
too often give away both a
trick and a tempd.
I should like to submit, for
your insepction, two examples
of the importance of opening
leads, one from Rubber Bridge,
and the other from Duplicate.
In the first example, put
yourself in the West seat at
Game All, with the following
cards:
AKJ 1062
1093 2
82


3
A75
10643
J-6 5 4 3


SOL


JIC RLTI

MI A PS
G w
I IRE
L D_
LI FE
TN
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P.O. BOX Nt110


that -gigan
West reads
East should
future in
attacking
sends back
Here
illustration
of openij
time fro
tournament


832
QJ 109
AJ542
9


West, by the exercise of a
little imatnagtion, should be
able to infer that his partner
can have no more than a
singleton Spade, provided the
opponents have their bids.
What's more, West will never
regainthe lead after he has
unleashed a Spade; so the
Spade, if it's going to come,
.must come from the other side
of the table. If Wst hits on a
Club or Diamond lead, South
can take the first 8 tricks, the
finesse against the Jack of
Clubs being made clear after
West discards on the second
round. But to fulfil his
contract, he. must make a
Heart. When East comes in
with his Ace of Hearts, he must
already have been told by West
-,what to do, because on the
second round of Clubs, West
can and should discard the
Ace of Sapdes!
Even the sleepiest. East
would be compelled to obey


UTION
product tcan indeed
prove disastrous," there
should not be no danger
in the actual "attempt to
make gin." In the
making" of a GUN, an
accidental discharge of
ammunition while testing
the barrel, breech, etc.,
for size, is always a
possibility.
6. DROP not drip. DROP
makes a comprehensive
answer for the clue's
reference to "a significant
crack in an overhead pipe
from" which "water"
might DROP either as a
drip or a steady flow.
12. AGILITY not ability. The
"sportsman" no longer
has the AGILITY of
youth, unquestionably,
but it's not that "his"
basic "ability declines,"
merely that his lack
of AGILITY won't allow
him to put it into
practice.
13. SWEDEN not Swedes.
Since he could "write" an
"article about Swedes"
without ever going to
CWEDE1N tn A tha bwie nf
Swedes known to him in
his own country, the clue
phrase, "on Scandinavian
vacation," points to
To Page 7, Col. 6


In a
4th-highe
sequence
the pundi
rule out


CLUES ACROSS:
EXPLANATIONS OF MORE
DIFFICULT CLUES-
1. FRIGHTENED not
brightened. "It likely to
learn much if" the
"defendant becomes
visibly FRIGHTENED,"
yes, since, presumably,
the "defendant is" afraid
that pursuing it is going to
unearth something
damning. "If" -the
"defendant becomes
visibly brightened," it
normally means there's no
danger in it, which simply
tells an "attorney" it's a
profitless line to pursue
and thus he can hardly be
expected "to learn
much."
7. PAWN not fawn. With a
game of chess underway,,
"you'd not expect to see"
a chessman, such as a
"PAWN, all alone" on the
board, certainly. It's not
uncommon, however, "to
see" "fawn all alone" in
an animal park, for
instance. 1
8. CONCERT not concern.
The fact that it "would
probably not pose many
problems"; to "achieve
effective publicity" favors
"a small CONCERT." "A
small concern," however,


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PA WN Co 0N
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may be striving to become
"a" big concern and how
to "publicize" it
"effectively," so as to'
"achieve" this can "pose
many problems for" even
the most "experienced
person." Thus, concern,
needs to be better
qualified in the clue.
9. ZIPS not dips. More apt
"if it ZIPS" up "badly,"
which means that the
quality of zipper is bad
enough to make one
"disgusted with the
dress." But "if it dips
badly, it" may be the
fault of the "customer's"
figure, u ihat it ..U.t
hang properly, and not of
- th "dred'" manufacturer.
11. MAPS not caps. Truer of
MAPS, which in ordinary
use may get creased,
certainly, but "crumpled"
only through negligent or
"careless treatment." If
caps are made of poor
material, they will become
limp and "crumpled" in
ordinary use (i.e., without
being "carelessly
treated').
14. WHAT not that. The clue
word, "disbelievingly,"
points to the expression,
"you paid WHAT?" as
though unable to trust his
own ears. "You paid
that?" is indicative rather
of scornful disapproval
than "disbelief."
18. SEW not hew. The
relaxation he envies would
be. more evident in the
facial expression of the
woman quietly SEWing
than that of the man
hewing, which would
show signs of exertion.
19. LIFE not wife. The
"revered statesman" can
remain so even if his wife
didn't measure up to his
standard, making his own
LIFE the better answer
for this positive clue.
20. NASTY not hasty. The
holier-than-thou prig
(defined as: "a smug,
pedantic person") rather
enjoys condemning
others, so "would
probably" not wish to
admit he's "come to a
NASTY conclusion on
evidence" that is quite
"scant." "Having come to
a hasty conclusion" gives
no hint as to what the
"conclusion" is, making
his desire for it to be
correct a weak answer.
23. GASPING not rasping. If
he's "a desert victim of
thirst," hell not be able
to talk hardly audibly let
alone "give a .rasping
(defined as: "uttering in a
rough, grating tone") plea
for water." GASPING is
much more apt for the
clue's context.
CLUES DOWN
2. READING not reaping.
READING (i.e. without
moving a muscle) "is
usually very pleasant,"
yes. The clue makes no
mention in this definite
statement as to how hot a
day it is "in the
sunshine." But "reaping in
the" hot "sunhinee" can
be moat u tpleinaft.
3. GUN nor lin. Though the
drinking of the final


because it was bid bY!,i
enemy, and led the.
Hetr, East took iki
returned the suit.
tic signal. And if a'd led a trump.
a Heart origlnlly,, took his ace, he led a ha*
d see that there is no South then drew tnstw,
that suit and in lt just one moretiipk-.l'
dummy's weakneaa, Ace of Diamonds
a lethal Sapde. overwtik for a very a .
is the second Where West was a tbit
I of the importane- awake than that, heB.
from the bidding tli:-I
g leads, taken th isto
m a D plicate partner almost certainly
tm a Duplncate void in Diamonds. So. heI1d 1 .
nt, at Love-All: the Ace, and Ao it- WM 0;,
Q 9 75 Diamond ruff found Eat.oan
42 lead, ahd in most cases he ti (,
K Q 10 8 the effect of a small He t.
AK 2 South played the King, and 4. ', .
A10 a trump to East's Ace. ow .
A 86 5 3 East-West can make only :
none Heart trick, and South just
10 8 7 654 makes his contract for Mas ,
average score.
KJ64 In one case only, West
K 7 decided to echelon his play.-"
9763 He, too, saw the likelihood of a "
QJ3 Diamond void in the at '" '
ast-West silent, the hand, but he also saw a chiane i
most tables tollows of a Club ruff in his own hand:
S providing east was able to get
an early lead. So he led his9 of .
S SOUTI Clubs. South won, and led a -
IS trump to the Ace. Bast
2NT returned a .Club, ruffed by :-:...
pa West. Then came the Ace and
addition to the another Diamond, ruffed by
st lead, the top of a East. A Further Club raff put
is also favoured by poor South 2 down, and gave
its. Where West had to East and West, a well-deserved "
the Diamond suit top score. "


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Bahamas Beauty Pageant has secretary and her ambition is 34-25-38. She stands at 5 ft.
two more beauties added to to become an executive 5 is. and weighs 115
its list. They are Sheree secretary. Her hobbies are pounds. Roberta lives in Sans
Braynen and Roberta cooking, dancing, and Souci, East Bay Street.
Edwards. reading.
Roberta Edwards, a Her hobbies and interests
Sheree, 18 sponsored by student of Queen's College is are meeting people, reading,
Central Garae, is 5 ft. 5 is. 3 lso 18. Born in Andros, she travelling, sewing and
tall with statistics of 36-26-36 is representing Feminine dancing. She hopes to
and weight 125 pounds. Boutique. become an accountant.


L.i I I 1i H E '
Left to right: Pres. L. R. Hanna, president of Youth Fellowship. Mr. L. Sweating, vioe
president of Youth Fellowship. Rev. Doctor O. A. Pratt assistant supt. of the society, Mrs.
Hilda ?ymonette, president of Women's Missionary, Rev. Doctor Michael Symonette,
General Supt, Mrs. Catherine Pratt, vice president of Women's Missionary, Pres. A. H. Saunders,
general treasurer, Mr. Ekron Pratt, assistant secretary general. Deacon: B. D. Pratt, secretary
general M. Wendall Jones, P. R.


Conference discusses


drugs
THE FOURTY-FOURTH
annual conference of the Saint
Johns Native Baptist Society
concluded with the installation
of officers in services at the
Saint Johns Baptist Church on
Meeting Street conducted by
the Assistant Superindendant
the Rev. Dr. O. A. Pratt.


'The theme of the week-long
conference was," Therefore if
any man be in Christ, he is a
new Creature."
This was the first conference
in an independent Bahamas
and it was attended by
delegates from all of the
Society's Churches in the
Family Islands.
Commenting on the Parley,
the General Superintendant of
the Society, the Rev.' Dr.
Michael C. Symonette said "we
as Native Baptists will work for
the improvement of our
country and we are praying for
our leaders.
"We observe the crime wave
and we know about the young
men, women and adults who
are victims of drug abuse and
alcoholism.
"We beileve that Jesus Christ
is the hope of the World and
the cure for the ailments of our
Country."
Therefore, the super-
intendant said, we as native
Baptists will pray that God
gives guidance to the leaders
and people of our great
COtamenwealth.
Tnae uperintendant also mid
the sesty will dedicate ILt
energies toward completing the


md alcoholism


Golden Gates Mission Baptist
Church, a project of the
Society.
General Officers elected for
the year 74-75 are Secretary
General, Deacon Berlin D.
Pratt, Assistant Secretary
General, Mister Ekron Pratt,
General Treasurer, the Rev.
Alpheus H. Saunders and
chairman of the Public
Relations Committee, Mr.
Wendall Jones.
In the Women's Department
of the Society, officers elected
were Mrs. Hilda Symonette,
president, Mrs. Catherine Pratt,
first vice president, Mrs. Myrtle
Cunningham, second vice
president, secretary Mrs. Anna
Headly, assistant secretary Mrs.
Edris Mortimer and treasurer
Mrs. Merlene DeCosta.
In the Youth Peoples
Fellowship Department:
President, the Reverand
Levite R. Hanna, vice
president, Mr. Livingstone
Sweeting, secretary, Miss
Paulene Bethel, assistant
secretary, Miss Dorinda
Stevens, treasurer, Mr.
Ellsworth Hanna and Mr. Leon
Johnson, public relations.
Members of the Clergy
addressing the conference
were, the President of the
Bahamas Baptist, Missionary
and Educational Convention,
the Rev. Dr. R. E. Cooper, and
the Rev. Charles Smith,
Parpident of the United 9"pti t
Aoodi tion, and Rev. Emalt
tAlw chirmsn of Soethera
apti*t Mission.


GUN LAW
CHARLOTTE AMALIE -
Police have started collecting
unlicensed guns in the U.S.
Virgin Islands.
According to a gun law
recently passed by the
legislature, islanders have 120
days to comply with the order.
a -


Accompanying the group
will be Mrs. Mary Nabbs (right)
Senior Mistress, and Head of
the Catering Department, and
Mrs. Patricia Moutardler (left)
French teacher at C.C.
Sweeting.
The group returns on June
30.


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Bill Cosby, Sydney Poitierand Roscoe Lee Browne.


Stars out for Poitierpremiere


FILM stars will abound in
the audienece as well as on the
screen at the Shirley Street
Theatre next Friday when
Sidney Poitier's "Uptown
Saturday Night" has a
glittering world premiere to
benefit the Bahamas
Association for the Mentally
Retarded.
Poitier will bring many of
the film's featured actors with
him to Nassau for the
star-studded night of
entertainment. Tickets are on
sale at Cleary Optical on Bay


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Street, priced at $25 for
balcony seats and $15
downstaris.
"Uptown Saturday Night"
has the largest, most eminent
black cast in the history of
Hollywood movie-making.
Foremost among these is
Poitler who served as executive
producer and director and who
plays a leading role. Poitier
made the picture for his own
company, Verdon Productions,
and First Artists. Richard
Wesley wrote the screenplay,
an adaption of the original
story by Poitier. Melville
Tucker produced for Warner


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Reservations not claimed by 8:45 will be sold.


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Bros.
It is a comedy, not a black
exploitation film. It deals with,
the adventures and misad-
venturers of two friends
(Poitier and Bill Cosby) who
attempt to apprehend
hoodlums who have robbed
them to an after-hours club,'


taking with them a
$50,000 lottery
belonging to Poitier
fistful of dollars just
gambling by Cosby.
Besides Poitier and


winning
ticket
and a
won in
Cosby,


to form the independent
production company, First
Artists, in order to gain
creative and financial control
over motion picture projects
from initial pre-planning to
final distribution.
The year 1974 marks
Poitier's 25th anniversary in
motion pictures. It was in 1949
that he frist came to
Hollywood to portray an
in Joseph Mankiewicz's
film, "No Way Out," for 20th
Century Fox.


the super-cast includes Harry During the intervening
Belafonte as a ghetto quarter-century, Poitier has
gangleader named Geechie played many diverse roles, won
Dan, Flii Wilson as a minister an Academy Award
(who, in his film debuting, (nominated for two), won
special cameo role, preaches a honours and riches as
sermon on the subject "Loose Hollywood's No. 1 boxoffice
Lips"), Richard Pryor as a star (1968), and established his
phony detective, Rosalind Cash ,per-picture fee in the $1
as Poitier's wife, Roscoe Lee million range. In the process of
Browne as an untrustworthy becoming a Hollywood
Congressman, qiula Kelly ft superstar, Poitier has obviously
the Congressman's wife, Ketty become theleader among black
Lester as Cosby's wife, Harold actors and a respected
Nicholas as a gangleader named benefactor to younger black
Little Seymour and Calvin actors, actresses and aspiring
Lockhart as one famed Silky artisans.
Slim. As the executive producer
The amateur detective work and director of "Uptown
of Poitier and Cosby takes Saturday Night" and as one of
them through the ghetto areas its stars, Poitier was totally
of an industrial city and brings, involved in both the business
them face-to-face with various and creative ends of
perils. They are beaten by film-making. He personally
gangsters, cheated by a assembled the black all-star
detective, become involved in cast, and it has been said that
games at a church picnic, then "only Sidney Poitier could
contrive to trap the hoodlums have' gotten all of these stars
and leap 90 feet into a river, together in a movie."
They wind up in a hospital but He also personally
smiling. They've got their interviewed, auditioned, or
goods back. approved dozens of other
Poitier established his own actors and actresses counting
production company in 1967 atmosphere' people. More than
for the purpose of making 1,300 blacks found work in
movies which to him seemed "Uptown Saturday Night."
significant. He developed the Exteriors on "Uptown
sotry-line for "For Love of Saturday Night" were shot in
Ivy" and produced the film Chicago, Principal photography
himself, was done at various Holltvunnd


Subsequently, he entered a
partnership with Paul Newman,
Barbra Streisand, Steve
McQueen and Dustin Hoffman


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studios, and on several
southern California locations,
including a steel mill,
downtown Los Angeles, a
black ghetto church, the
Disney Ranch, and in the
apartment district of Century
City.
More than 25 per cent of the
"people' behind the camera"
were back, including assistant
director Charles Washburn and
dailogue cac! Kris Keiser.
Stunts were done by blacks
who .have recently become so
numerous they have developed
not one, but two stuntsmen's
organizations.


SHIRLEY

STREET
NOW THRU Tuesday, The
Chinese Godfather matinees at
3 and 5 p.m., evening 9 p.m.
Parental discretion advised.
Starts Wednesday, Papillon
matinees at 2 and 4:45 p.m.
evening 9 p.m., Parental
discretion is advised.
Papillon is the film version
of the sensational best-seller
based on the life story of Henri
Charriere, the magnificent
rebel sentenced to life
imprisonment, but who could
not be contained within prison
walls.
Nicknamed Papillon because
of the butterfly tattooed on his
chest, he is revealed as a
self-disciplined leader of men -
a loyal friend, an ingenious
enemy.
But most of all, Papillon is a
person with an indomitable
spirit and an insatiable desire
for freedom.
The film opens in the early
1930's in the French seacost
village of Saint-Martin-De-Re
where a boatload of prisoners
condemned to the French
penal system await transport to
French Guiana.
Steve McQueen plays the
role of Papillon who has been
sentenced to jail for murdering
a pimp and his friend, an
infamous counterfeiter, is
portrayed by Dustin Hoffman.
The adventure drama was
filmed in Spain and throughout
the island of Jamaica. There is
sharp contrast between the two
main characters. McQueen is
the paragon of reckless
masculinity while Hoffman is
the urbane intellectual.
Music for the movie was
provided by Jerry Goldsmith,
whose previous film scores
have earned him five Academy
Award nominations.


WULFF

ROAD
Now thru Tuesday, A Taste
of Death plus Cat O'Nine Tails
Sunday showings continuous
from 4.30. Monday and
Tuesday matinee continuous
from, 2. p. ,, evening 8.30.
Pareisjal discHoren is advised.'
Starts Wednesday, Hercules
plus Herdles Unchained.
Matinees continuous from
1.30, evening 8.30.
Spectacle combined with
pageantry and the exciting
adventures of the Greek Hero
god Hercules herald the twin
bill of the original uncut
Joseph E. Levine presentations
of Hercules and Hercules
Unchained.
Steve Reeves, whose
outstanding physique earned
him the title of Mr. Universe is
cast in the little role. Sylva
Kascina, the Italian beauty, is
seen as the girl he loves.
Both films were directed by
Pietro Francisci.
In some of the most exciting
scenes ever filmed, Reeves as
Hercules proves that he is
probably one of the most
perfect specimens of manhood.


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sions of "Hercules" and "Hercules Unchanled."


young ndian gIrl who nourihes
Steve McQueen back to health.
after his esaepe from the Freneh
Guiana prison compound In the
Allied Artiss release "Papllon."

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eonviets imprisoned at French
Guiana in the Allied Artists
release "Papillon," the film
version of the sensational best-
seller.
CROSSWORD
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SWEDEN, with his new
knowledgee now acquired
at first hand.
15. ALONE not a ong.
ALONE makes a clear-cut
statement to the clue's
context whereas, along, is
superfluous to what is
already quite apparent
that the "motorist" is
"driving on a lengthy
journey."
16. DREADS not dreams.
"Childhood DREADS"
(e.g. fear of the dark,
insects, ghosts, etc.) "are
usually silly" to an adult
in later years because they
are ."silly." But
"childhood dreams" of
fame, for example, will
not necessarily seem
"silly," rather will it be
regretted that they have
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REAL ESTATE


C14716
BEAUTIFUL homesite locatec
in Montagu Heights off Village
Road, available for your future
home. Phone 5-8512.
C 14589
BUY A LOT
In EASTWOOD or
WINTON MEADOWS
Call Frank Carey
at 27667 or 24815
FRANKCAREY
REAL ESTATE
Box N4764
Bay & Deveaux Streets
C14736
FOR SALE
ONE LOT HIGHLAND
PARK. Phone 3-4099.
C14794
A TWO BEDROOM stone
house equipped with electricity
and plumbing on average size
Int in Coconut Grove. PrieP
$16,000.00. Contact Bill's Real
Estate 23921.
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
furr ished.
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.
C14803
FOR SALE
Approx. 50 ACRES PRIME
PROPERTY JFK DRIVE
ripe for development.
Approx. 5 acres plus BEER
PLANT, MACHINERY, with
453 ft. frontage on JFK Drive.
Bldg Al condition with approx.
22,500 sq.feet.
ACREAGE OUT EAST
prime development property.
Good future appreciation.
BAY STREET LOCATIONS
ideal for business, shopping
centre, hotel or condominiums.
OUT EAST houses on the
waterfrontage.
HILLTOP estate with
swimming pool and 2 acres of
grounds views of sea, loaded
with fruit trees. Price upon
inquiry.
HILLTOP 2-storey could be
5 bedrooms 31 2 baths,
furnished. Good income
property. Views of Sea, lights
to Sea.
HILLTOP approx. 1'4 acres
gorgeous views split level
3 bedrooms 3 baths, extra
spacious sitting, separate
dining. Tiled floors hiql,
ceilings patio. Loaded with
Citrus. Only $110,00.00 We
have others Out East as
low as $60,000.00 and up.
Residential iots high and dry
Facing Sea only $16,000.00.
OUT WEST one block from
Sandy Beaih approx. 12.00C
sq. ft. Asking $9.999.0 Views
close to town and Goflinks,
hotels
VILLAGE ROAD area 3
bedrooms 3 baths, plus 2 ca,
garage, furnished 100 by 160
enclosed grounds delightful
old Bahamian house. Only
$70,000.00. Other houses as
low as $45,000.00.
DIAL DAMIANOS FOR
ACTION 22033, 22305,
22307, 41197.
C14/49
SPACIOUS three bedroom, 2
bath home Seabeeze Estates.
Taste f fully f urn ished.
airconditioned, living and
dining aiea, large modern
kitchen, wall to wall ca pet,
carport and laundry, 2 large
patios. Phone 4-2867 9:30 a.m.
to 10 p.m. daily.
C14829
FOR SALE: One executive lot
- Highland Park. Contact Mr.
Roberts 2-8437.


C14748
COME W YAMACRAW
BEACH ESTATES this
Saturday or Sunday. Salesman
on duty from 12 to 6 at
MODEL HOME.
Lots from $5.800. $75 deposit
NOT INTEREST. Beach rights
Tel: 4-1141 or 2-4148 oi
2-3027
Morley & O'Brien Real esatie
(BREA Brokers)
C14847
SANS SOUCI
HOUSE FOR SALE
Delightful detached house for
sale completely furnished on
corner lot in Sans Souci just
off East Bay Street,
accommodation comprises
3-bedrooms, 1 '/-bathroofn,
large airconditioned living
room, kitchen, laundry and
carport. Furnishing include
colour T.V. and antenna, piano
and automatic washer.
Price $38,000. Can be viewed
at any reasonable time by
telephoning at 41352 after
5.00 p.m. No Agents.

C14827
SACRIFICE, Corner lot. San
Andros, Bahama Village One.
Below Developer's Price. Reply
Adv. C14827, c/o The Tribune,
P. O. Box N-3207, Nassau.


FOR RENT


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FOR SALE


SECTION


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C14760
1 2-bedroom and 1 1-bedroom
apartment Centreville. Ring
5-8679, ask for Mr. Pritchard.
C14/bb
3 bedroom, 2 bath house, fully
furnished. Mackey Street.
Contact Carl G. Treco
Contractors. Phone 2-4996,
5-8725.
C14734
LOVELY 2 bedroom
airconditioned apaitrent,
Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, Master T.V.antnna
and laundry room facilities,
enclosed parking area. For
information call 3-4953 or
5-4258
C14743
NEW luxurious 2 bedroom
apartment, fully furnished,
magnificent views. Winton
Highway. Phone 2-1631.
C14/62
COTTAGES and aparments
monthly airconditioned,
fully furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297 31093

C14802
LOVE BEACH COLONY
CLUB
Luxury two bedroom, two
bath, beach apartment on the
ocean. Fully furnished anc
equipped, airconditioned
telephone, wall to wall carpet
dishwasher, laundry facilities
maid service available. Free use
of club facilities, tennis courts
swimming pool, beach
Available for lonq term rental,
short term enttal negotiable.
Call 7-8421-2. Evenings
7-7065.

C14812
3 bedroom 2 bath unfurnished
modern house Sunshine Park,
preferably married couple.
$280 per month. Phone 41657
after 6:00 p.m.
iL14814
ATTRACTIVE Resident
furnished house on Breezy Hill
off Village Road 3 bedroom 2
bath Izige living room, separate
dining room, family room
Breakfast room, Closed in
garden. Available now. $65C
monthly. Tel. 31273.
C14735
LARGE spacious 3 bedrooms
(all airconditioned) 3 bath
fully furnished, hilltop house
Danottage Estate. Must see to
appreciate. $700 per month
including light and water.
Telephone 2-3713, 5-9322 or
3-1671
C14811
2 BEDROOM 1 bath house.
etc. Caiiicriael Road. Shop
with kitchen, Robinson Road.
Phone 2-3790.

C14821
2 BEDROOM unfurnished
house Chippingham Cal!
3-5900.


C14826
SANS SOUCI. 1st July to 15
September two bedroom, two
bath home. Fully
airconditioned. Own water
supply. $400 per month.
Phone 41284.
C14741
M/PUDONNA APARTMENT
Corner Mount Royal Avenue
and Durham Street,
Two-bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime 28272.
After 6:00 p.m. 5-3418.
C14745
THE WAKEFIELD APARTMEI
Cornei Cordeau-v Avenue,
Englerston Oi'- and two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone ddyt me 2-8272.
after 6:00 p.m. '5-3418.
C14813
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
completely furnished, Blue Hill
Road south one block south of
Soldier Road opposite
McPherson Prirmary School
$235 pei month. Phont
2-3287
C148b2
ONE bedroom apartment,
Twynarn Avenue area.
Basically furnished. Decorative
iron guards on all windows.
Master TV antenna. To view
call 2-3261.
C 145b4
BAYCROFT APARTMENTS
I bedroom finished
apartment, swimming pool,
laundry facilities $225 per
month. Contact Manager
41288.


FOR SALE OR RENT
C14746
WINTON HIGHWAY
Large 21/1 storey modern house
designed by Ray Nathaniels.
Sea view. 3 bedrooms, maid's
quarters, double garage, Guest
apartment. Phone 22776,
42264.


FOR SALE OR LEASE

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


C14792
BIKES FOR SALE
Two wheeler suit child 5 -
10 years old. 4-1384.
C14828
ONE complete dining room sel
- $450.00 One French
Provincial Front Room Set -
$450.00 or nearest offer.
Contact Mrs. Cole 28437.

14742FOR SALE
SPECIAL SALE
Wedding gown, complete witn
plastic covering, and
including:-
Headpiece (50 styles to choose
from), veil, formal slip, long
line bia, girdle, bridle garter,
bouquet of flowers, panty hose
or stay up stocking and a pail
of shoes.
ALL FOR ONLY $175.
New arrival of bridesmaids
material starting at $3.50 per
yard.
We sew bridesmaids gowns for
$25.00
THE YOUNG MISS, Market
Street near Bay. Telephone
2-3365.

L14848
ONE month old white mini
PICKUP. 350 miles. 10% below
cost. Phone 4-2386 a er 5
p.m.
C14836
OWNER leaving
EVERYTHING must be sold
immediately.
Excellent quality furniture
17' boat with 90 h.p. motor
'69 Opal Wagon
Call 32641 or 55060 anytime


C14846
THE following items, some of
which may need attention, are
surplus to office requirements,
and may be inspected by
appointment by telephoning
57471/2/3 & 4. Bids are
invited for individual items or
the whole lot and tenders
should be sent in a sealed
envelope to the Administration
Office, P. O. Box N-7516,
Nassau by June 15:

Gestetner 105 hand-operated
duplicating machine

2 4'2" lengths of 10" diameter
furnace flue iron piping with
fixing brackets

Olivetti Adding Machine
(Sterling LSD)

Folding screen height 5'6"
extending to 4'6" wide.
C14860
SINGLE Bedroom suite fit for
a Princess! Canopied bed with
hand tailored mattress with
powermatic inner springs
recommended by A.M.A. and
box springs; chest of drawers;
vanity/desk and chair in
superior French Provincial
style excellent condition
$850.00
Baby items used by one baby:.
a) car seat (white) $15.00
b) stroller with canopied cover
(blue & white) $25.00
c) playpen $25.00
d) bassinette (dressed) $25.0C
To view call 2 1986 (day)
4-2586 (aftei 5 p rn.)

C14861
FOR SALE
OWNER LEAVING ISLAND
1972 VW, Baby furniture, Crib
and Pushchair. Call 51571 after
6 p.m.


CARS FOR SALE

C(14782
1974 BARRACUDA, 3000
miles, 9 months guarantee
$5,500. Phone 2-2257 -
3-1203 ask for Ronnie
Roberts.
C14838
ONE VOLKSWAGEN Van,
$375, good running condition.
Phone day 59731 night
51647.
Cl4833

TEACHER LEAVING
URGENT SALE

1967 MORRIS 1100 Sedan,
tape deck $495.
SAILBOAT 'Cadet' $295.
Phone 53644.

C14806
EDUCATION
"TRAIN FOR HIGH
SALARIED CAREERS"
Let Universal Training
Schools of Miami, Florida
show you the way:

HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATORS
DIESEL MECHANIC
MOTORCYCLE
TECHNICIAN
WELDING
INSURANCE ADJUSTING
MOTEL MANAGEMENT
AIRLINE PERSONNEL
Job replacement available ._
all graduate students. For full
information on how YOU can
train for any of the above
Careers, telephone Mr. G.
Kramsar or Mr. M. Shefsky at
the L ritish Colonial Hotel
32233") C on the following
da.. '*,d. June 12; Thur.
Ju.- 3 a:id Friday, June
14.h.


I -I--Em


CARS FOR SALE


C14837


I I


THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
AT
MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED

1972 AUSTIN 1300. Standard
Trans, Blue with Navy Blue
Trim. $1600.00 $600.00 Down

1971 A. M.C. JAVELIN SST.
Air Condition, Automatic
Trans, Radio, Power Brake,
Power Steering, Bucket Seats,
Wide Track Tyres, Console
shift. White with Black Trim.
$3500.00 $800.00 Down

1969 CHEVY IMPALA
Automatic Trans, Radio,
Power Brake Power Steering.
$1600.00 $500.00 Down

1972 VAUXHALL VICTOR
2000 DELUXE Automatic
Trans, Radio, Bucket Seats
Console Shift. $1900.0C
$400.00 Down

1969 CHEVY MALIBU
Automatic Trans, Powei
Steering, Radio. Red witt
Black Trim. $1950.00 $450.0(
Down

1970 SUNBEAM DELUXE
Automatic Trans, White witt
Black Trim. $1150.00 $350.0(
Down.

1969 DODGE DART
Automatic Trans, Radic
Power Steering, Green witl
Black Trim & White Vinyl ToF
$2400.00 $550.00 Down

INSURANCE & FINANCING
AVAILABLE

MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED
THOMPSON BLVD.,
opp DAVIS ST.
P.O.BOX N-3741
PH- ONF rq719
C14831
1972 Volkswagen Beetle
$2100, or nearest offer. Phone
57431 ext. 145-6.
C14850
USED CAR SALE
25% DISCOUNT
1970 Plymouth Barracuda
1970 Ford Capri
1968 Ford Falcon
1970 Triumph 2000 S/W
1971 Triumph 2000 Toledo
1971 Rambler Hornet
1971 Chevrolet Malibu
1970 Ford Escort
1969 Ford Escort
1973 Morris M.G.B. G/T
1973 Morris Mini 1000
1970 Morris 1100 Sedan
1970 Morris 1100 Sedan
1973 Morris Marina 1300
1970 Chevrolet Malibu
Bahamas Bus & Truck
Montrose Ave. Ph. 2-1722/5


CARD OF TANKS I


'C14819


S"


Smith of Bailey Town, Bimini.,
wish to express their sincere
thanks and appreciation to
their many relatives and friends
for expressions of condolence
and floral tributes sent during
their recent bereavement
Special thanks to Nurse
Conliffe, .The Pastor and
members of Mount Zion
Baptist Chruch and all those
who officiated at the funeral
service.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
ClA791


DUCKS DEMONSTRATION
For original Bahamian Lu'l
Styles, and Queen Shell Lamps.
(Armstrong Street between
Shirley and Dowdeswell Street)
Miss Shirlea Deborah Allen
demonstrates a Denim Suit
made at Ducks Demonstration.
C14728
GIFT & GREETING CENTRE
Trinity Place between Market
and Frederick Streets plaques,
banners, spaced out .greetings,
books, greeting cards for all
occasions, scented candles.

C14839
COMMERCIAL
PAPER
HOUSE

We carry complete line of
office and printing paper for
nearly every reproduction
needs -For information call
TELEPHONE
59731
P. O. Box N-7679
5th Terrace East
Off Centreville


SCHOOLS
















NASSAU CIVIC BALLET
SCHOOL
Classes in Dance, Acrobatics
and Yoga.
Second half of Spring term
commences Monday 10th
June. For information call
5-2353.
C14772
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 p.m. or 3-5084 anytime.


C14817
KIDDIESKOOL NURSERY
SCHOOL
Special Summer Programme
for 5 to 8 year olds Telephone
31595.

ENTERTAINMENT

C14336

SETTLER'S PUB t INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY
The Nassnajiai"
The Electric Circle
OPEN TILL 4.00 a.m.

C14754
WOLSEYHALL
THE OXFORD CORRESMONOfDN COLUEE
Whatever the qualification )Ou want -
G.C.E. O' and A levels. a London
Univermi) Degree. Professional Ex-
aminationr Bsis eStudies Wolds
Hall founded in IR94gises>ou:
SA guarantee of tuition until you panl
)oureurmnlilion al nouetracotl.
An outstanding record of success. For
esanmple 87",.of Wolset Hall students
sitling for B A honours degrees have
parsed in the last 7 years
SOver 75 years of experience resulting in
the mol efficient modern methods of
postal leaching h% airmail ifrequired.
personal tuition to meet tour precise
requirermeni.
Low rfee paahliet instalments.
SIf )ou %ani to knn hio Io

Dept .V.E.I.vel
ujj. .r.nwumm SB"


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


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C1.4 86


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


LOST
C14786
IMPORTANT books lost ir
the vicinity of Lilly of the
Valley Corner. Please contact
owner. REWARD offered.
C1483b
One black and white female!
cat. Last seen in the vicinity of
Little Blair. Anyone having
seen this cat please phone
evenings 41102.

CRAFT SUPES

C14767
NOW In stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street:-
Decoupage
Clear Cast
Candle Craft
Tissue Craft
Phone 2-2386. 2-2898.

PETS FOR SALE (


7f -


C14807
LEADING Car Dealer in
Nassau requires a director of
training to train employees in
back shop. Applicant must
have at least 10 years
experience and be able to
initiate company training
nrnorammep fnr vicdinn aanrl


C14843future models of vehicles.
FEMALE SKIPPERKIE, 1 Please apply in writing, giving
year old AKC registered. background and references to
Small dog ideal for children. o. Box N-3006, Nassau.
Phone 3-2732. -






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P. 0. Uox 114401,
Dowdeswell and Christie Street!
Telephone 21197, 23152.
L14/bZ
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5-9404
;WORLD 01- MUSIC
Mackey Street


Tc4733-
MOVING?
For Expert Packlij, &'
Forwarding by SeauiAir,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P. O.
Box N-1893. Phone
2-4511.



APPROVED CARGO
RIGHTS


a I I I


ARINE SUPPLIE9 L
C14795
Mr. Sidney Neely and Mr. P. A.
Strachan are requested to
contact Bill's Real Estate
telephone 23921.



C14747
FOR SALE
$864.60
16 Days in Europe
Luxembourg Switzerland -
Austria Italy Lichenstein
Monaco France
INCLUDES:
Round trip air fare
First class Hotels with private
bath.
Land transportation by
deluxe air conditioned
motorcoach with tour director.
Complete sightseeing Tours
in each city.
Continental breakfast
throughout, and most dinners
with wine.
All tips and taxes (except
airport taxes)
Plus other special features.
For further- information
contact:-
R. H. CURRY CO. Ltd. Phone
28681-7 Bay and Charlotte
Streets.


HELP WANTED
C14793
DOORMAN
PINK PUSSYCAT CLUB.
EXPERIENCE PREFERRED.
MUST BE OVER 6 FEET 2
INCHES TALL. WORK
HOURS 9.30 P.M. UNTIL 4
.A.M. 2 REFERENCES
!REQUIRED. CALL IN
AFTER 8 P.M. MR
RICHA Rn


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C14853
1959 VIVA VAUXHALL, top
condition, 4 new tyres, new
paint job. $700. Contact Mr.
McFall 56246 anytime after 5
p.m.


MARINE SUPPLIES
C14858

YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.

CHRIS CRAFT

CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES

SEAGULL OUTBOARDS

AT OUR DOCK A
CAREFULLY SELECTED
FEW YACHTS FROM 22 TO
35 FOOT IN POWER AND
SAIL. SEE THEM.

New stock of marine supplies
at the Marine Division
including Aluminum Anchors,
Boarding Ladders, and more.
Stop in.

AT THE DIVE SHOP

Goombay Summer is here!
Economy Snorkelling set
$14.00.
Deluxe Snorkelling set $20.00.
As well several super good
masks on Goombay Special
prices. At Nassau's most
complete Dive Shop. The shop
with the Dive Flag Awning.

P.O. Box N1658

Telephone 24869
C11894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander. sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours.
Kitchenette, good condition
Call 24267, 540;11.
C14763
PACEMAKER 44 ft
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.

C14753

TRAVELLING?

For efficient friendly
advice on Worldwide
Destinations by Airline or
Steamships. Contact
MUNDYTOURS at 24512.


APPROVED ASSENGE R
RIGHTS


S ELP WANTED

C14798
MANAGER for Out Island
Hotel. Middle aged male or
female, at least ten years
experience. State salary
requested and experience with
full resume. Reply to: Adv.
C14798, c/o The Tribune, P.
0. Box N-3207, Nassau.
C14796
TWO CIVIL ENGINEERS
Required by Progressive
Bahamian Company. Musthave
minimum of 5 years experience
in General Construction, Civil
and Building Engineering.
Apply to George Mosko
telephone 22571, 22825 for ar
appointment.
C14844
APPLICATIONS ARE
INVITED from suitable
Bahamian candidates for the
position of Data Processing
Accountant. Applicants must
be fully familiar with IBM
System 3, Burroughs L5000
and Friden 5610. Also must be
totally versed in both systems
analysis and programming and
fully understand the language
of R.P.G. Must possess in
depth knowledge of accounting
and be able to submit complete
computer plans for the
company system when and as
required. Please address
applications in own
handwriting to TREASURER,
Bethell Robertson & Co. Ltd.,
P. 0. Box ES 6340, Nassau.
C14862
EXPERIENCED Baker.
References required. Apply
Kelly's Bakery 2-3283.
C14859
GARDENER to work six days
a week. Good references
required. Apply P. 0. Box
2326, Nassau, Bahamas.
C14851
IF you are enthusiastic, sales
oriented, own and drive a car
and feminine. Write to "Job
Opportunity", c/o P. O. Box
N1470, Nassau.
C14857
JOB OPPORTUNITIES for a
Computer Systems Analyst,
Computer Salesman and a
Serviceman with computer
background and electronic
training. Would be willing to
train qualified person. Salary
and commission to be
discussed. Please contact
Business Systems Limited, P.
0. Box N-4841, Nassau, for ar
interview.

POSITION WANTED

C14830
YOUNG intelligent lady seek!
job as a general helper to work
weekdays. Call Dorothy a
3-6111,9 a.m. to 12 noon.

C14778
RESPONSIBLE 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

C14845
C.W. (BILL) PEMBERTON
FOR
INSURANCE

Life, Fire, Hurricane,
Motor, etc.
Telephone 52539
Malton House
P.O. Box N1014
Collins Avenue.

C14825
AUTOMOBILE
AIRCONDITIONING
We install and repair
airconditioning in all model
cars.
We can also solve all other
airconditioning and
refrigeration problems.
GENERAL APPLIANCE
COMPANY
Telephone 3-6086
Box 2043 GT
Market Street South

C14751
SEWING MATCHING
PARTS AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY


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CLASSIFIED


I


warranty on every home
appliance we sell. Service done
by factory trained mechanics.
Telephone 23713, 5-9322.



GRAND B


CLASS


ANNOUNCEMENTS
C14764 SHAWNEE
Daily Service between West
Palm Beach and West End. For
Reservations call The Grand
Bahama Hotel (Ext. 5).


done?
Call
CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD. 2-4996
or 5-8725



AHAMA


IFIED


HELP WANTED
C15219
Princess Properties
International Bahamas requires
EIGHT (8) HEAVY DUTY
NIGHT CLEANERS. Will be
iesponsihle to work in the


C15218 three Hotels comprising
King's Inn & Golf Club Princes, Hotels Bahamas from
requires (10) BREAKFAST 9:00 to 5:00 p.m. and 12:00
COOKS. Responsible for the midnight to 8:00 a.m.. Will
preparation of all breakfast also be responsible for the
items on the menu including cleaning of all public areas,
any specialized items and their bathrooms and back of the
sauces, garnishes, omelets, Hotel areas. Should have
Vegetables. fish and poultry knowledge of heavy duty
I ifems. Must have knowledge of cleaning equipment, cleaniqgi
rhenu planning and ability to methods and chemicals.
understand portion control Previous experience in same or
concepts. Previous experience related position preferred.
in same or similar position Good references and clean
required. Should also have police i record essential
experience working in a large
Hotel or good busy Restaurant Interested applicants apply to
Will be responsible for dishing King's Inn & Golf Club
out all items from the waiter', Personnel Office, P. O. Box
food orders. Must have at least F 207, Freeport, Grand
2-3 years experience as Bahama.
breakfast cook. Good C15217
references and clean police King's Inn & Golf Club
certificate absolutely requires (1) BUTCHER'S
necessary. HELPER. Would be required
to work under the direct
Interested applicants apply to supervision of the Butcher.
Personnel Office, King's Inn & Must be capable of cutting,
Golf Club, P. O. Box F-207, boning and tying to
Freeport, Grand Bahama. recognizable hotel standards,
,C15214 cuts of meats, fish and poultry.
COOK for the preparation of Should have knowledge of
international cuisine for airline portion control and different
catering, must be willing to types of meat and their uses.
work late hours when required Must also be able to work in a
for breakfast flights or delayed high volume kitchen. He
flights. Must have at least five should have 2-3 years
years experience and have been experience as butcher's helper
trained five years or more Good references arid clear
under certified chef. police certificate absolutely
CHEF, preparation and essential.
supervision of international Interested applicants apply to
cuisine for airline catering. Personnel Office, King's Inn &
Familiarity with French cuisine Golf Club, P. O. Doc F-207,
ability to manage catering Freeport, Grand Bahama.
kitchen. Must be a graduate of -
a Catering College and have at C15226
least experience of 10 years. MANAGER WAT.U, 'i'I Lnl
Extensive experience required
Please rely to: Grand Bahama in operating all facets of water
Caterers Ltd., P. O. Box 1943 pumping, distribution and
Tel: 352-7291, Freeport control of quality and
International Airport. quantity. Must be capable of
preparing and reviewing plans
C15213 and specifications for pipeline
King's Inn & Golf Club construction, analyzing bids
requires (1) CHEF and awarding contracts. Must
ROTISSIER. Will be follow construction to
responsible for the preparation authorize proper payments.
of all meats, fish and poultry Must be capable of continuing
Items. Must have knowledge of analysis of supply sources and
European, Oriental and quality of 159 wells. Must
Caribbean food preparation, administer staff responsible for
planning and portion control, water supply of approximately
Five years previous experience 4,500,000 gallons per day.
in similar or same position. Fully responsible for entire
Good references and clean water utility operation,
police certificate absolutely including all areas of, supply,
essential. distribution, repair and
metering.
Interested applicants apply to Apply to: The Personnel
Personnel Office, King's Inn & Department, Freeport
Golf Club, P. O. Box F-207, Commercial and Industiral
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Limited, P. O. Box F-2666 or
C-15211 30C Kipling Building,
Xanadu Princess requires (1) Frpnnnrt Grand Rahama.
CHEF SAUCIER to be
responsible for the preparation C15222 MANAGER WANT
of all soups and sauces. Must GENERAL MANAGER WANT
have knowledge of European Must be a good operational
and French cuisine, possess manager, complete knowledge
proven supervisorial skills and of construction business,
Inowledgeable'in the scientific estimates for all projects,
methods to maintain proper Comptroller, drafting ability,
health standards in sauce complete knowledge of
preparation. Must have at least Plumbing and Electrical
five years experience as a Sauce operations, a minimum of 10
Cook. Good references and years experience.
clean police certificate Bahamians only please reply in
absolutely essential. writing to: Manager, P. 0. Box
F-265, Freeport, Grand
Interested applicants apply to Bahama.
Kino's Inn & Golf Club, Apply to: Grand Bahama
Personnel Office, P. O. Box Engineering, Ltd. P. O. Box
F-207, Freeport, Grand F-2, Freeport, Phone
B352-6239.


HEATHCLIFF


TRAD SERVICES TRADE SERVICES
C14756 C14761
FOR YOUR BUILDING 1
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE... PdOr's CustfmS
see: ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED P. 0. Box 6285 ES BLt
Phone 3-1671 3-1672. Br rage
Mackey Street
C14823 & Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. O. BOX N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIVERY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
SSTEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
PSECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
A REASONABLE RATES
BAHAMAS UPHOLSTERY CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
Adderley's Addition OR JACK CASH
rebuilding, Repairing, Refinishing Phone: 2-3795, 2-3796
17 years experience 2-3797, 2-3798
FREE ESTIMATES Airport 7-7434
Ralph Brown 3-4263 FREE ESTIMATES
C470/
LANDSCAPING AND for all
C14765 your gardening needs mowing,
MASTER TECHNICIANS trimming., hedging, tree felling
LTD., Mackey Street, your and clearing, call 5-7810
Whirlpool distributor offers LAWNS & HEDGES.
refrigerators, washers, dryers, C14759
compactors, freezers, ice C14759
makers, air conditioners and BACKHOE FOR HIRE
aarbaae disposers.With full Need a septic tank or trenching


Tribune

CLASSIFIED ADVS.

BRING
RESULTS FAST

TO PLACE

YOUR ADV.
TELEPHONE

2-1986


interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL
WEST END, GRANC
BAHAMA, Personnel Office -
between the hours of 9:00 a.m. HELP WANTED
and 3:00 p.m., Monday H W NT
through Friday. Mailing
Address: 158 Port Road, West C15212
Palm Beach, Fla. 33404.Eiui Princess Hotels Bahama
MartinA, Jr. Personnnel requires a GOLF COURS
Director. SUPERINTENDENT to b
C15220 responsible for th
Xanadu Princess requires a maintenance of a 36 hole gol
MAITRE D'HOTEL to be course operation. Must be abl
responsible for developing and to identify and treat all type
maintaining high standards of of turf grass diseases and hav
service in dining room, experience in the use c
preparing forecast of banquet Neumaticides, Insecticide!
department volumes and Fungicides and selectiv
payroll cost objectives and Herbicides. Must have fu
training and organizing dining knowledge of golf course
room staff. Must be able to maintenance equipment an
prepare all station plans and will be responsible for purchase
schedules for all dining room specification of machinery an
staff. Knowledge of food equipment. Previous prove
service, preparation and menu experience in running an 1;
planning essential. Must be hole golf course maintenance
fully experienced with gourmet operation essential. Must hav
items and International cuisine. A.A.S. in Agronomy or it
Must have complete knowledge equivalent. Good reference
of liquers and wines and the and 'clean police record
foods that they complement absolutely essential.
Good references and clean
police certificate essential. Interested applicants apply ti
Interested applicants apply to King's Inn & Golf Club
King's Inn & Golf Club, Personal Office, P. O. Bo:
Personnel Office, P. O. Box F-207, Freeport, Gran
F-207, Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Bahama.
C15224
C15221 STORE SUPERVISOR: T
HEAVY DUTY DIESEL AND supervise the daily operation o
GAS MECHANIC with the store and be responsible fo
knowledge of operating and the inventory and handling o
maintaining diesel generators, all merchandise. Should b
hydraulically driven equipment neat in appearance, honest an
and systems. 3 years very reliable and at least 3
experience. years old with four to six year
CERTIFIED WELDER AND experience in this type o
FABRICATOR capable of business. Police clearance an
reading and working from health certificate required.
blueprints and working to API PRESS OPERATOR/DR'
standards. CLEANER: to work in th
Laundry at the Grand Baham
C15216 Hotel. Must be able to operate
King's Inn & Golf Club pressing machines and also dr
requires (4) SHORT ORDER cleaning machines and hav
COOKS. Must have knowledge knowledge of various chemical
of the preparation of for water softening. Three t
sandwiches, poultry, fish, five years experience
meats and salads. Should be necessary. Police clearance an
able to prepare items quickly health certificate is a must.
and at the same time maintain Interested persons apply
required standards of portion GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL
control size and plate WEST END, GRANI
presentation. At least 3-4 years BAHAMA Personnel Office
experience as short order cook. between the hours of 9:00 a.rr
Good references and clean and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
police certificate absolutely Friday. Mailing Address: 15
essential. Port Road, West Palm Beact
Interested applicants apply to Fla. 33404. Elon Martin, Jr
Personnel Office, King's Inn & Personnel Director.
Golf Club, P. O. Box F-207, C15215
Freeport, Grand Bahama. King's Inn & Golf Clul
C15225 requires (1) CHEF GARDE
MANGER. Must be
GOLF CART MAINTENANCE knowledgeable of buffe
SUPERVISOR required. Will preparation procedures witl
be in charge of maintenance of particular emphasis in
all electric golf carts. Applicant banquets, hors d'oeuvres
should have minimum of 3 appetizers and decorative
years experience working on presentations. Must have
automobiles or other ability to make lard sculpture
machinery and should have a and ice carvings. He must hav
knowledge of body repair previous experience preferable
work. up to five years in Garde
HOUSEMAN/JANITOR Manger position n a successful
wanted. General janitorial hotel operation. Good
duties, including clearing references and clean polio
tables, helping in kitchen. 7 certificate absolutely essential
day week. Apply to: Bahama
Reef Development Company P. Interested applicants apply t
O. Box F-241, Freeport, G.B.I. Personnel Office, King's Inn I
Golf Club,.P. 0. Box F-207
HELP WANTED Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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HELP WANTED
C15223
COST CONTROLLER: Tc
analyze accounts payable fot
proper expense distribution
Analyze purchase orders, daill
and weekly payroll cost foi
each department. Assist Hote
Comptroller in establishing anc
maintaining internal function!
in revenue producing
departments. Should ie ovet
30 years old. Police clearance
helath certificate and letters oi
reference required.
INCOME & REVENUE
CLERK: Check work of al
Cashiers on daily basis. Tie out
register tapes to cash and
charge turn-ins. Police record
health certificate and letters o1
reference required.


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The Tribune.. Saturday, June 8, 1974


"I've been through four marriages -- but I get along
very well with women that I'm NOT married to."


HEATHCLIFF


"WATCH OUT FOR MUGGSY FABER!...HE5 GOING
TOTIE A FIRECRPCKER-TO HEATHCUFF1-TAIL!"


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54. Lived
55 A-one
DOWN
1. Milkfish
2. Aries
3. Backtrack


d Franch nnph
5 Word of choice
6. Palm leaf
7 Recolors
8 Extra hair
9. Work unit
10 Also
15 Island dance
17. Mortar mixer
19 Enrol
21 Hero
22 Mousebird
23 Kitchen gadget
25 Heroic poem
26 Rampant
29 Perfume
32 Heavy-eyed
34 Four seasons
37 Macaw
39 Embrace
41 Attracted
43 Radiation unit
44. Goddess of
healing
45. Fawn
47 Which one?
48. Pitcher's edge
51 Land measure


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Rupert and the Floating Bell-32


When Rupert returns, bringing Pong-Ping with remembered the words to make him obey."
him, the inventor tells the little poke exactly But how will that help? asks Rupert. For
how the bell works. The trouble now," says answer Pong-P.ng goes to the bell and taps
the inventor. "is the delay in getting the the metal side, calling out: "Imi-Wudu-Jlmi-
machinery to take my bell back to the launch- Maga-Maga I" What strange words."
ing-site." Png-Ping thinks hard. My pet is a whispers Gregory. "What ever can they
fire-breathing rhino," he muses. "nd I've mean, Rupert ?"

Rupert and the Floating Bell-33


"What were you saying to your rhino, Pong- blowing out flames and smoke. "Why, he
Ping ? asks Rupert. "Did he understand ?" has made the air hot inside the bell I" gaps
"Oh yes, those words mean: 'Little rhino, Gregory. "That's why it's going up I I hope
make fire for your master,' replies his pal, it doesn't float away I" Bu the inventor acts
beaming. And th effect of his command quickly and takes a running lep on to the
amazes the others. There comes the sound platform. "Leave it to me!" he shouts. "I'll
of heavy breathing and snorting, and as the go with it I "
bell lifts off the ground they see the rt:.no ALL moGHs aRESEEo


and Ihere must he at least one
elght-letter word in the list.
No pluiralt; no foreign word:
no proper names. TOtAl)r
TARi;ET 4l wordn. good ; d
wortim. tery good : 4i wordI.
excellent solution on Monday.
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Winning

Bridge
Sy VICTOR M04.4
This would De a good nand tor
the o Questions radio game.
it came up in the Play Off
between America's tour leading
teams to decide whtch one would
represent tte ooittnent ln acWm
weeks world champnonsni lu
v eice.
Lealer South : N/S Vi.
North

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Sitting North-South are the
Precision stars, Sontag anu
Welcnsee. Opposing them are the
Canacuans. Eric Murray ana
anmny Kehela, now pla~i tor u
Ira Corn's Aces. 2
What is going to be te C
result ? A pat-score or game inm
diamonds Ior East-West ? A LU
perial in hearts lor North-
douth ?
"Plus 1400," announce
Murray, wnen scores were com-
pared. This nad been the
sequence.
South West North East
10 P Pas ass Dble
Pass Pass Pass
Playing o-card majors, Sontag
opened 10. He might have done
something over East's protective
aoutle, out then he didn't
expect West to leave it in.
Kenela, West, was oniy too
happy ~ pas, and Welchsei.
Nortn, had no reason to take
tacion.
mTe e Q was lea and ontagc
couk only take his two aces.._
In the other room, East-West0
stopped In 30. Hardly a triumptic
:or the Precision system.

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Saunders & Overgard


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18. Old eivlilMaton. (4)
19. Coming second. (6)
21. Tilt. (4)
22. Total. (8)
23. Break open. (3)
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3. Us. (9)
4. Stinglni creatures. (9)
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CARROLL RIGHTER'S


HOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Rightr Institute

/ GENERAL TENDENCIES: Use your finest
judgment to solve problems as well as the help
of an influential man whose background or experience differs
widely from yours.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Talk less and listen quietly to
advice from someone with wide experience, without arguing.
Use a more positive approach. Think along more logical lines.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Listen to what a good friend
recommends instead of rushing right into something like a bull
in a china shop
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Know how to crystalize your
public situation, status and this can help you in your career.
Be sure bigwigs back you to avoid trouble.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Change your
attitude to prevent some possible argument with a partner.
Study new information so you are more knowledgeable of
modern requirements.
LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Your work is going rather badly
right now, so don't let a critical associate get you down.
Complete the job at hand. Relax tonight
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) Look to some good partner
for the progress you want to make now, even though your
mind is on having a good time. Be appreciative of any help.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) Increase the art and culture in
your home Keep calm about something you can do nothing
about. Avoid one with a bone to pick.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21) Buy those things you need
the most and keep your eye on your wallet while talking with
personnel at stores Enjoy favorite amusements with
congenials.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec. 21) Know just where you
are going where money is concerned with kin and reach
sensible decisions Cut down on unnecessary expenses.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 20) Conditions may not be
as you wish, but keep your cool and handle routine matters so
you do not worry about them
AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) Get into the practical side
of life and forget all that dreaming that could cause you
trouble. Follow advice of a financier
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar 20) The planets are most favorable
and you can now attain fine goals, so stop procrastinating on
important matters Get much done.


ACROSS
1 Knack
4. Crucifix
8. Asian holiday
11. Strife
12. Paris airport
13. Gold in Spain
14. Oriental
nursemaids
16. Ambergris
18. Pretty
L20 WVdkell
21. Nato member
24. Bock
27 Serve
28. Dido


30. Slender finial
31. Antique
33. Clay pigeon
35 About
36. Glockenspiel
38. Let go
40. California
Army base
42. Highway
43. Prize
46. Snarl
49. nree-toed
sloths
50 Auroral
52. Greek letter
53. Brut


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By LEONARD GARDEN




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Black to play; what's his best
move ? This tual game
djagram from Larry Evans's
New Ideas in Chess Is a test to
positional judgment rather than
skill in tactics.
Par times: 30 seconds, cnesa
master; 2 minutes, expert; 4
minutes, county player; 7 min-
utes, club sland crd; 12 minutes,
average; 20 minutes, novice.
Chess Solution
1 . Kt-RI!, preparing a
dark-square invasion is best. On
non-committal replies, Black
demolishes White's queen's side
blockade by . Kt--Kt3 and
S. P-RS. Ulvested-Evans
Hollywood 1954 continued
Q-K2, kt-KtJ; 3 Ktx Kt,
Q-B61 (attacking rook and
knight); 4 KtxB, KxKt; 5
R-R Q xKt ch and" Black
broke through on the king's side.
Other black tries in the dia-
gram make no progress, e.g.,
1 ... R-KRI: 2 Kt-RS block-
ing the file, or 1 . BxKt; 2
RxB, Q-Kt3; 3 Q-QB3 and
Black's QRP is in danger.


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THE WARDROlt St S are off and
ruanin. Out to Optwe their fifth
eonsecuttvn dampa ai e Stare
leIr ighit suoabeed the yothful
Bakues Sytem Tig ina t rm t set
15 -11, 154 and 15-13 taking a hal
Same ead in the Ibadhm Voleybse
Federatioe's man division.
In the first scheduled game, the
Ministry of Education got the better
part of a decision and, instead of
loring by default to the Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank Dames, their
game will be rescheduled.
The M.O.E. failed to field six
players even after the grace period of
15 minutes had expired. They claimed
that they had no knowledge of the
game.
Though competent, the youthful
Tiger lacked depth and experience,
substitute coach Leroy Fawkes


Saint




as rai

By Kerrington WUikins
RAIN MARRED a tense
game in the top of the ninth
inning with league leading Del
Jane Saints and second place
* share holders Citibank Chargers
locked 4-4 in the final game
last night at the Queen
Elizabeth Sports Centre.
Although Goombay Summer
was a centre of attraction last
night some 750 persons turned
out at the Q.E.S.C. to witness
the clash between the two top
teams.
Basil Hall relieved Mike Moss
and made the game a pitchers
duel with challenger Kirk
Smith. Hall struck out nine
hitters, walked two, issued five
hits and allowed a run. On the
other hand Smith struck out
six batters, walked two, gave
up eight hits and was
responsible for the Chargers
four runs.
Citibank's hurler Mike Moss
was unable to handle Del Jane
in the first inning for he gave
up three runs and had two balls
on the eight batter with two
runners on base and two out
before leaving for Hall.
Hall entered the game and
carried the count to three and
twn thon hlew third ciallpd
strike past the admiring Billy
Gfltbertfor the third out.
Lloyd Bowleg walked to
start off Citibank bottom half
of the first and advanced to
second on a put out made on
AdliMoss to first base.
Kirk Smith struck out
Sammy "Bookie" Johnson but
Kendal Monroe lashed a single
past the diving second baseman
Anthony Bowe for Bowleg to
cruise in with the tally.
From the second to the
seventh frame Hall was
dominant on the hill as he
breezed eight batters through
that period.
Del Jane hopes of scoring a
S run went down the drain in the
third inning as Hall struck out
Peter Bethel, Anthony
Bostwick, and Benny Bain
after issuing singles to Eddie
Ford and Edmond Moxey.
Smith kept cool on the
mound and held Citibank
scoreless to one hit from the
second to the fourth frame.
In the fifth inning one out
and Sydney Outten on
second with a steal after he
walked Roy Rodgers affiliated
Smith's first offering over
Riaht fielder Benny Bain head


By iGsbdM 'Thn


.+emanteJ fkdw their wai. "Mia
to m the Stln m- better."
He aditd ta s thwe at w
rly oaut otfa pa i MiK&*. 4
rte aipediweser- ge .^li .nhea
-hrough er fr tere. "wofe Tig
played deO beat they coo havl They
ouln't do any better," Fawkme sd.
And yet, it ras o e# r wan fo the
perennial dhamps. The rige' offence
led by Matbew "M*eo" Laekey,
Maxie Smith and Kevin "Chick" Rolle
showed them to be stroqctentnders
Dennis Forbes and Wifred Culmer,
besides controlling the defence .abs
added sking power. The Tigers
opened the first set with a 6-2 lead.
This they held by one point midway
in that set when the Stars' offence
began to gel. With Fawkes ad David
Bullard handling the forward line, the


ltar wee w n td to defence and
Alphems Fl eS~ut to Mte lne and
saved d R
Wtih Jes and Ramils
CatwAght their defence
together, l rsed a two point
deficit t ~a fir st.
Both afe defense were
clickig feor Wi lo in the second
st. FawhsM s Cartwrlght spiked
with autherty ia the confused Tigers
could do nothing but trail 6-1. They
seemed able to stifle the Stars
uprisnlalg.
Probably overconfident,
Wardrobe fell into indieclos allowing
the Tigers to move to within two
points.
This rally lated momentarily.
Cartwright and Faw kes again turned
on their offence utiizrlg well placed


s, Chargers tied




in stops play


for a double plating Outten
from second base.
Bowleg bounced out and
Adli Moss legged out an infield
hit past the stumbling Smith to
put runners on first and third.
Sammy Johnson came to the
plate and hit a screaming shot
down to third base where John
Adderley made a fantastic grab
to abridge Citibank's rally.
Bradley Johnson walked
with one out in the top of the
seventh inning and Adderley
ripped a double through the
alley in left centre to plate
Johnson as Del Jane took a 4-2
lead.
Held scoreless in t;e sixth
Citibank erupted for two tallies
in the bottom of the seventh
frame.
Outten flied out then
Sammy Glover pinch hitting
for designated hitter Paul
Demeritte and first baseman
Rodgers singled to occupy the
corners.


Bowleg slapped a single
through the middle but saw
Gomez who pinch run for
Rodgers cut down at third
trying to stretch from first base
as Glover scored easily.
With two away Adlai Moss
bounced a slow grounder to
short stop Bradley Johnson
who threw the ball over first
baseman Peter Bethel head
enabling Bowleg to tie the
score 44 as Moss got out
trying for third base.
Del Jane screwd all chances
of scoring a run when they
loaded the bases in the eight
frame with none out and
helplessly watched Citibank
erase their runners and hitters
for they did not score.
Smith put away the Bank
men one-two-three in the
eighth inning and rain climaxed
the game in the top of the
ninth frame.
The two teams will continue


MEMBERS of Bahamas ladles softball cnampth t
Blazers pose with their awards which they received prior to
Tuesday's opening gme of the New Providence Softbal
Association series. Pictured from left are Margaret Albury,
Corrine Sabala and Pattie Symonette. Head coach Norman
Gay is seated behind.


this game on a later date.
DEL JANE BOX SCORE


B. Johnson
J. Adderley
E. Ford
E. Moxey
P. Bethel
A. Bostwick Dh
B. Bain
B. Gilbert
A. Bow
K. Smith P


ab,r
2 2
4 0
4 1
3 1
4 0
4 0
4 0
4 0
3 0
0 o0


CITIBANK
abr h rbi
A. Moa 4 0 1 0
L.Bowles 4 2 2 1
8. Johnson Dh 4 00 0
K. Monroe 4 0. 1 1
B. Burrows 4 0 1 0
T.Duvaslei 2 0 0 0
S.Outten 11 o0 0
P. Dmerltte 2 0 0 0
S. Glover 1 1 1 0
R.Rodgers 3 0 2 1
K. GomezPr O0 0 0
M. MonP 0 O O 0
B.Ban P 0 0 0 0
In tne first came played last
night at Q.E.S.C. Jet Set and
Isaac Fox triumphed over
Larry Turnquest and the
rookies of Saint Bernards by a
score of 9-4.
The series will continue
tonight when Del Jane meet
Becks Bees in feature game
beginning at 9:30 Bimini
will try to stay in the race for
the penannt dri,': when they
take to field the Heineken
Stars in the first game starting
7:30 p.m.

SPORTING CLUB
THE BAIN Town Sporting
Club will hold an important
meeting tomorrow afternoon
(5 o'clock) at Christy Park.
Scheduling of workout sessions
and their merger with Finder's
and the Arawaks Clubs will be
discussed.
OAKS WINNER
EPSOM Polygamy,
Ridden by Pat Eddery, won
the Classic Oaks horse race for
three-year-old fillies at Epsom
today. Starting odds were 3-1.
CYCLING WINNER
BLACKPOOL Dutch
cyclist Roy Schuiten won the
amateur Tour of Britain today,
with fellow countryman
Herman Snoeyink taking the
12th and final stage from
Harrogate to Blackpool.
LIONS STRUGGLE
CAPE TOWN The
touring British Lions rugby
team and the South African
Springboks were tied 3-3 at
halftime in their international
Saturday.
Dawie Snyman had a drop
goal for the Springboks and
Phil Bennett booted a penalty


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sets from Demeritte and Forbes in
lef-t tbu the Tigers to two more
po! enroute to winning the second
set.
The Tigers n the decider seemed as
if they might have reversed the three
set decision. They jumped to a 7-1
ead behind Rolle's serving.
This however meant nothing to the
Stars. They raised behind the serving
of Demritte to clinch a ten all tie
before moving ahead by three.
In B.V action tonight, the Police
Royals play Paradise Dwarfs in the
first gpne at 7.30 and Paradie Giants
met S.A.C.A. in the second.
In tomorrow afternoon's action
which begin at 4 o'clock, ladies
champ Paradis Bees play their sister
team the Birds and Pizza Solo meet
Pepi Q's.


Bonomi

wins

the 500
ITALY'S Carlo Bonomi,
nursing his ailing 35-foot
Cgarette racing boat, won
the Bahamas 500 yesterday,
covering the meandering
310-mile Fort Lauderdale-to-
Nassan course in four hours
and 35 minutes.
The current world offshore
driving champion averaged 67
m.p.h. despite losing one of
his craft's engines midway
through the race.
Barry Cordingley piloted
his 40-foot Gara to a
second-place finish in 5:41.
Ray Howard paced the
separate production boat
fleet in a 27-foot Magnum,
covering a shorter route in
4:03, 43 minutes ahead of
second-place Bobby Krell,
who drove a similar Magnum.
Only nine of the 17
starting boats completed the
race.

SAM'S GLORY
Twenty-one-year-old Sam
Williams captured the 300
metres and the 1500 metres
events in times of 1:59.6 and
4:32.0 during yesterday's
Labour Day track and field
meet.
Sprinter Walter Callender
-O W'JU O U ilvntsaJ duAIg IUC
100 metres in 10.6 and the 200
metres in 21.5.
In intermediate boys events,
M. Flowers won the 800
metres in 2:03.50, L.
Turnquest topped the 400
metres in 54.0. R. Davis won
both the 100 metres and 200
metres in 10.8 and 22.1, and P.
Kemp won the 1500 metres in
4:38.0.


THE BAHAMAS Kentucky
Fried Chicken second annual
flight handicap tournament is
scheduled for tomorrow at the
South Ocean golf course. Tee
off time is 8:30.
With the South Ocean Golf
Club members being special
guests, the Bahamas Amateur
Golf Club extends an invitation
to all interested golfers. They
may call South Ocean at
74026.
There will be prizes and
Kentucky Fried Chicken for
everyone.
The following is tee off time
for golfers entered so far: First
Tee, 8:30 P. Adderley, W.
Hudson, H. Munnings, S. Key;


8:40 V. Symonette, B.
Bonaparte, A. Stewart. J.
Newry; 8:50 P. Hall, J.
Gibson, W. Wisdom, M. Brown;
9:00 Z. Stubbs, F. Roberti,
A. J. Johnson, C. Smith Jr.;
9:10 C. Bernadino, R.
Turnquest, V. Cartwright, M.
Lockhart; 9:20 S. Sawyer, I.
James,G. Ellis, H. Poitier; 9:30
- E. Dean, P. Owers, E. Gibson
Jr., C. Newry; 9:40 S.
Gibson Jr., M. Zanetta, T. Tufi,
J. Butler; 9:50 S. Quant, V.
Prosa, S. Hall, W. Patton, 9:55
- F. Adderley, D. Lunn, E.
Leach, F. Farrington; 10:00 -
B. J. Benamin, O. Burrows, T.
Tussel, F. Major.


Tenth Tee, 8:30 D.
Linnet, R. Cooper, J. Duffus,
S. Brown; 8:40 P. Marten, A.
Requier, W. Smith, G.
Peterson, 8:50 -- R. Adderley,
B. L. Sands, S. McKenzie, S.
Sands; 9:00 J. Duncombe,
M. Stubbs, C. Flowers, G.
Braithwaite; 9:10 V.
Bostwick, E. Gibson Jr. L.
Parker, L. Sweeting, 9:20 P.
Pinder, M. Rolle; 9:40 G.
Knowles, C. Hepburn, L.
Jenkibson, R. Gardiner; 9:50 -
W. Wennick, H. Bethel, G.
Cash, M. Zonni; 9:55 M.
Evans M. Kelly, S. Bain, L.
Dalgliesh; 10:00 B.
McFadden, P. Tirelli, R.
McSweeney.


NO '"--
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Stars soar straight towards new championship title


-PACE


ENGLAN


TOP IN 1
MANCHESTER Bali d
fast bowler Chris Old grabbed
the wicket of Indian captain
Ajit Wadekar today, the thid
day of the first test between
the two countries.
At lunch, India were 43 for
three, in reply to England's
first innings total of 328 for
nine declared.
Wadekar who scored six -
misjudged a delivery from Old

Tetime score: Inde
143-6. Gavaskar 72 not
out.
to give Mike Hendrick an easy
catch in the slips.
Heavy rain meant that there
was only 30 minutes plays
before lunch.
England's pace bowlers
maintained the fierce attack
that put India in such
difficulties Friday, when at
close of play they were 25 for
two.
At lunch, Sunil Gavaskar
was on 18, and Gundapp
Viswanath on seven not out.
Yesterday, England's fast
bowlers and an undefeated 123
by Keith Fletcher put the
Indian cricketers in trouble.
Hendrick took his first
wicket in test cricket when he
dismissed Eknath Solkar for
seven through a magnificent
diving catch by Willis in the
slips.
Then Willis with the first
ball of the last over -
unleashed a yorker that
completely deceived Sri
Venkataraghavan and yanked
his off stump out of the
ground.
Earlier a magnificent 123 by
Fletcher helped England to a
declaration at 328 for nine.
India started the day with
England back on their heels at
116 for four.
But their bowlers gradually


Big hitter trophy


AN ELEGANT trophy is on
deck for the first batter hitting
an out of the park homer in
the three day old New
Providence Softball
Association series.
This was announced
Tuesday night prior to their
opening game.
Actually, left hand centre
fielder Eddie Ford hit the first
ball out of the park, but it
dropped some feet foul of the
first base line.
Ford and St. Michael's
Dodgers were able to muster


only three hits off Randy
Rodgers' pithin, dropping
that match 5-2 to New
Providence champs the
Ministryv6f WorkL
Over in leather, Bahamas
champs the Governor's
Harbour Hustlers have edged a
half game in the lead over
second place Rock Sound
Heroes. The Hustlers seek their
fifth win in six played against
Austin Knowles Construction.
The heroes play the Hatchet
Bay Bombers.


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put on another 23 with Bob
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Dhe ns nIgh iaLd h ended
when WDiil, who lsored 24,
played an idenraotu oustroke
rad was deriodd lbw by Abid
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T fony G ix declared (Ron
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and 100 (Vanburn Hoer4.
Rztrs: 10
Total: 33Sf.r nalr dcnead.
In county cricket gmnes,
At Cardiff: Worcestershire
300 for ix declared (Ron
Headley 118): Glamorgan 149
and 100 (Vanburn Holder
seven for 40). W rcesterhire
beat Glamorgan by an innings
and 51 runs.
At Chesterfield: Surrey 346
for nine W declared (Stewart
Storey IIl, Intikhlb Aam
62): Derbyshire 120 and 195
(Intikhab Alam five for 60)
Surrey won by an innings and
31 runs.
At Coventry: Notting
hamshire 307 for seven
declared and 178 (Gary Sobers
54): Warwickshire 231 and 255
for four (Alvin Kaicharran
55). Warwickshire won by dix
wickets.
At Lrds: Middlesex 286
and 183. Lancashre 391 for
six and 8 for two. Lancashire
won by eight wickets.


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