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Registered with anal)naster or salesase ide postage concessions within the Bahamas .


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Nassau and Bahama elands Le r


VOL. LM 17.1 #%V, .


aS turday une 15 1974


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laze guts striw market


Vendors weep


as goods


are destroyed

By NICKI KELLY
S THE BAY STREET Public Market, a historic
landmark for 73 years, was completely gutted in a blaze
early today./The fire took with it the livelihood of
dozens of vendors, some of whom had occupied stalls
there for nearly 30 years.
"I've been in the market since I was a child. I don't know
anywhere else," vegetable seller Miriam Armbrister cried today.
Miss Armbrister was one of two vendors on the premises who
spotted the fire and alerted police who in turn called the fire
department.
The alarm was given at 6:59 a.m. and engines were on the
scene within minutes. But the flames, fed by row upon row of
straw, swept rapidly from front to rear, destroying everything in
their path.
By 7:45 a.m. however, firemen, assisted by the hoses from the
tug Marguerite, had managed to contain the conflagration to the
market and the adjoining old icehouse building to the west, which
formerly housed fertilizer for the Ministry of Agriculture and
Fisheries.
The top floor of that building was extensively damaged.
Downstairs, theppublic restrooms remained intact.
The wind was fronivtle east and probably saved the outdoor
straw market immediat.Jly'to the east of the main building.
Thousands of dollars worth of goods were destroyed.
Ivy Ferguson, who has maintained a vegetable stall at the rear
of the market for the last iI years, described what happened.
Miss Fergu.- .t.d she arrived downtown at aboui 6:30 a.m. as
she usually does on Saturdays. She and Miriam Armbristecr were
the only 'two women in the vegetable section which is separated
from the straw market by a slatted door covered with wire.
"My stall is nar the door. I was setting out my vegetables
when I smelled smoke." Miss Ferguson said she looked through
the door and saw flames in the front section where th, straw
vendors have their bviths ..
"I shouted to M)riam That 1ta pace was on fire and to'g'-pt
Andy Stewart to open the door." Mr. Stewart, she explained..is
located in the adjoining market to the east and has a key to the
door separating the two sections of the main market building.
Meantime the two women ran out to Bay Street where they
saw a police car. "We stopped them and told them the market
was burning," Miss Ferguson told The Tribune.
She and Miss Armbrister managed to salvage only a few of their
vegetable baskets before they were forced out by the flames and
the smoke.
Most of the estimated 100 vendors in the market were not as
fortunate. Those who arrived shortly after 7 a.m. found nothing
left. The goods of many, like Geleta Necly, were completely
wiped out.
"Everything I had I brought down yesterday to try and sell for
Goombay," she said, tears streaming down her face. "Not ai
pennyworth left and my husband dead and gone."
Destroyed along with the straw and vegetable stalls was the
government produce exchange, Wells Meat Market and
Cumberbatch's Meat Market, which were also in the building,
Harold Hamilton's dry fish and conch market and the office of
the Market supervisor.
Cause of the fire is still not known, but it is believed to have
started some time after midnight, when the market shut down for
the night.
Although the front gates usually close at about 5 p.m. they
were left open last night to allow shoppers to browse through the
straw market during the weekly Goombay parade activities on
Bay Street.
According to one observer on the scene early this morning, the
fire appears to have begun in the front western wing inside the
market.
The destruction of the straw market at the start of Goombay
Summer is ironic in the light of all the other problems which have
plagued the festival this year.
Last month it was revealed that the Ministry of Tourism had
plans for a straw market at Ft. Charlotte. The Bay Street vendors,
who objected to the idea of being shifted from Bay Street,
protested to Tourism Minister Clement Maynard.
They were subsequently reassured by the Minister that they
would not be moved.
But amidst today's rubble, the vendors were wondering if the
Market would ever be rebuilt.


IT WAS VERY, very close
this week. Kevin A. Simmons
of Yellow Elder Gardens Just
missed winning the super
Orlando Clipper Cutlass being
offered in The Tribune
crossword plus the $600 gift
voucher for goods at Maura's.
Mr. Simmons came closest
with only one error. On No.


20 across he wrote "ROVE"
instead of "MOVE." Last
week's solution is on page 5
today, and this week's new
puzzle and contest rules is on
the back page. The gift
voucher is now worth $700.
And the Clipper Cutlass with
trailer $4,545.


Immunization programme
ARRANGEMENTS have children who have not yet been
been made for the registered to enter a school
immunisation of school-age because they have not yet
completed immunisation, the
Education and Culture
Ministry announced.
All children who will be five
years old by September 30 this
year and who have not been to
an area clinic lot iunmunisation
recently should Iv taken to the
Stephen Dillet Primary School
on Wulff Road on Monday
and Tuesday.


I cture. IIA R(;A RIT (;UILLA UME
Charred beams all that remains inside the Market



Farms 'need imported labour'


'IT IS Physically impossible
for farms to operate %without
imported labour,"' and tor this
reason Government's crack-
downi on illegal immigrant,
"will cause a temporary
immediate hardship on the
farmers."
The farming community' ,
reliance on immigrant labour
was revealed at a press con-
ference yesterday by Bahamas
Livestock and Agricultural
Farmers Association (BLAFA)
president Clem Pinder


Nevertheless. BLAFA is
urging all farmers, and its
members in particular, to
Advertsce on the radio and
in tlie piess immediately for
Baha imxns to fill any jobs they
have available
Air.rnge for any illegal
,'in-Bahamians employed by
them oi known to them to
register at Immigration for
iepatriation before June 19
(the end of government's
tl\o-\,eek amnesty before the
cia, downn,


Take immediate steps to
obtain all necessary documents
and information so that if a
Bahamian cannot be found
they will be in a position to
request Ii in mgration per-
mission t) import the help
they require
"If these steps are
followed. Mr\. Pinder said,
"the work on sour farm will be
dismipted for as short a time as
possible. thereby reducing
losses


Two get knighthoods in birthday honours

TWO KNIGHTHOODS. House and allowed 0
one of them honorary, were several additional se
among the seven Bahamian seats. She remained
awards in the Queen's rSenate until 1972.
Birthday Honours list Bishop Mos, 76. !
released late Friday. National Overseer
Chief Justice of theNational Overseer


Supreme Court l.,tnard J.
Knowles, C.B.E., becomes Sir
Leonard as a Knight
Bachelor.
Oscar-winning Bahamian
film star Sidin'i lPoitier has
been made an Honorary
Knight Commander (K.B.E.).
The award is honorary
because Mr. Poitier is a U.S.
citizen, and does not carry
with it the title "Sir." The
award was made for Mr.
Poitier's "contribution in the
performing arts through
which he enhanced the image
of the Commonwealth of the
Bahamas."
Former PLP Senator
41bertha Madelinc Isaacs has
been made a name
Commander of the Most
Excellent Order of the British
Empire (D.B.E.).
Bishop Alvin Simon Moss
of the Church of God of
Prophecy becomes a
Commander of the same
order (C.B.E.).


CIIIEI JUSTICE: KNOWLES
Former educator 'oohli
Pedro Roberts has been made
an Officer of the same order
(O.B.E.).
Deputy Postmaster of the
Bahamas Reuben iNathaniel
Gonmez has become a Member
(M.B.E.).
Awarded the British
Empire Medal was Johni
IIamillon HuIdson, senior
superintendent at the Blue
Hills Desalination Plant.
Sir Leonard, 58. was born
at Nassau. and was educated
at Queen's College here and
at the Faculty of Laws at the
University of London.
He was called to the
Bahamas Bar in October the
ame year and was appointed


Assistant Attorney General
shortly afterwards. In the
years that followed before his
return to private practice in
1951, he served as Registrar
General
He was appointed to the
Legislative Council (now the
Senate) in Januray 1960, and
continued to sit there until
June last year. when he
became Chief Justice. He was
President of the Senate
1964-72.
He was awarded his C.B.E.
in 1963.
He married Harriet Hansen
Hughes In Liverpool in 1939
They have two sons.
Mr. Poitier. 40. was born in
Miami of Bahamian parents.


RI 111 N COMEZ

Itsi childhood was spent in
Nassau and Cat Island. He
was educated at Western
Senior School and
Government High School.
In recent years he has
turned to directing the
movies he stars in. His latest
production was "Uptown
Saturday Night." which had
iis world premiere in Nassau
last night.
Mrs Isaacs. 74, was born in
Nassau and educated here.
Operator of a small grocery
store on Shirley Street, she
was appointed a PLP Senator
in May. 1969 when the new
Constitution altered the
composition of the Upper


he PLP
natorial
in the

as been
of the


hnurch ouf U ofi rropnecy
for 40 years, providing
spiritual leadership for over
5,000 members of the church
in over 50 parishes.
Mr. Roberts, 78, a teacher
for over 50 years, retired
from the profession about
five years ago. He is
particularly well-known for
pioneer work in arts, crafts
and woodwork teaching. He
has seven children, one of
them Agriculture and
Fisheries Minister R. F.
Anthony Roberts. The E.P.
Roberts Primary School on
Lincoln Boulevard was named
for him.
Mr Gomez was born in the
Berry Islands 62 years ago.
His civil service career spans
44 years. He began as a
teacher, and has been in the
Postal Department since
1944. His promotions took
him to the post of anslatant
postmaster by 1969. and Ie
became deputy postiastwr -t
1972.


LOTS OF
LAUGHS

BUT FEW

STARS AT

PRE MERE
PATRONS of last Bn ht ',
"Uptown Saturday Nisgh '
benefit world prermnlre at.the
Shirley Street Theatre got
more than their money's worth
if they wanted only to see
Sidney Poitier's hilerjous new
film, but they were sorely
disappointed if they had
expected to rub shoulders with
a crowd of film stars.
"Uptown Saturday Night"
made no pretensions of being
anything but comedy, and the
combination of Sidney and
A merican comedian Bill
Cosby as big city buddies
looking for Sidney's stolen --
and winning $50.000 lottery
ticket went .. long way by
themselves toward providing all
the laughs the audience could
take.
Then were a lot of aching
sides and aching jaws at the
end of the film, though,
because Calvin Lockhart Harry
Belafonte, Roscoe Lee Brown
Flip Wilson and.Richard Pryor
were added to the already
spicy receive in the roles
variously of competing ghetto
"godfathers" -.. a slick
politician with more dirty linen
than he could hide, a
straight-from-the-hip preacher
and an errant private eye with
a penchant for taking fees and
'skipping town without earning
them.
A tremendous publicity
build-up that spoke of a
"galaxy" of movie 'stars
scheduled to be in the audience
last night proved disappointingly
unfounded. Sidney Poitier and
Calvin Lockhart are believed to
have been the only two
present.
One puzzling aspect of-he
wht., ufr, was the faet that -
eee Vsie clow es 100 empty
steat i the reserved section on .
the lower floor last night.
Mr. Puitier, born in Miami of
Bahamian parents and raised in
the Bahamas, scheduled the
premiere of his newest film
here in a bid to raise funds for
the Bahamas Association for
the Mentally Retarded.
Gratitude for his generosity
was expressed in glowing terms
on stage last night by both Dr.
Cleveland Eneas, president of
the Association,. and Donald
Fleming, chairman of the
board of directors.
lDr. Eneas, who spoke after
the showing4' and referred to
ltl "f.l-"humility" made the
"flffpublic announcement that
Queen Elizatleth had made Mr.
Poitier an hohourary knight of
the British Empire.
When Sidney appeared on
stage moment's later, he
displayed the self-deprecation
Mr. Eneas had referred to.
He asserted that he had not
c.rned the honour, and called
ii an "honour which I hope
during the rest of my life time
I will be able to deserve. Such
good as is in me," he added,
"has come from the Bahamas."
Also in the audience last
night were 40 children from
the Stapledon School as well as
governor r General Sir Milo
Butler and Lady Butler, and
Mrs Marguerite Pindling. wife
of the Prime Minister. Mr.
IPindling himself did not
attend

Stay alive

TODAY The Tribune
begins a new health series
"Stay Alive Longer" by
nutritionist Lelord Kordel,
whose previous s res on how
to "Eat and Grow Younger"
proved very popular with
readers. The first iMnataflment
of "Stay Alive Longer"
begins on page 4 and wil


appear in The Tribune each
Monday and Tha0day.

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Baby killing

charge
NEWBURY A second-
cousin of Queen Elizabeth
faced a charge Friday of killing
her 10-month-old daughter
who was born incurably blind
and deaf.
Newbury magistrates court
released Mrs. Elizabeth Wise.
37 on bail of 250 pounds
$600 because of what the
prosecutor called the
"exceptional circumstances" of
the case.
Defence attorney David
Napley told the court the child
was "unquestionably not to
live long and in any case was
going to spend the rest of its
life both Mind and deaf "
Mrs. Wise lavished care on
the child for 10 months, said
Napley.
"Then she realized from
the doctors that there was no
hope of ever improving the
child," he said.
"At that point she broke and
in these circumstances she
administered something to the
child."
Mrs. Wise is the
granddaughter of Princess
Alice. Countess of Athlone. the
Queen's aunt. (AP)
TEACHERS UNION
BRIDGETOWN Teachers
have voted to form a separate
Barbados Union of Teachers. A
spokesman says that the vote
resulted in the break of a
30-year association with the
National Union of Public
Workers. (AP)


French

surprise

at UK

stand
LONDON The French
government of President
Valery Giscard d'Fstaing
reacted with surprise and
displeasure at a British
expression of regret over
France's planned programme
of nuclear tests in the Pacific
skies, the Foreign Office said.
A spokesman said France's
view was conveyed to the
British Foreign Office by
telephone evidently directly
from Paris one day after
Froeign Secretary James
Callaghan had summoned
French Ambassador Jacques de
Beaumarchais
In that meeting Callaghan
expressed Britian's regret at the
French announcement that a
series of atmospheric nuclear
tests were to take place.
Callaghan wanted the
programme called off.
The French, ih their reaction
to Britain's representations.
noted that this was the first
time a British government had
formally taken exception to
the French nuclear programme.
In the past. British
Conservative rulers had sought
carefully to avoid any public
criticism of the French on their
nuclear policies because,
among other reasons, former
Prime Minister Edward Heath
had hoped for a British-French
deal tn pool the nuclear
weapon resources of the two
countries.
In addition, Heath had
hoped to avoid any offence
against the French because
French goodwill was needed to
ensure British entry into the
European Common Market.
SLabour ,Foreign Secretary
Callaghan, however, has been
under pressure


2 THE rtit4E Saturday, June 15, 1974.


Kissinger's future



hangs on wiretaps


WASHINGTON Henry Kissinger's future
as U.S. Secretary of State could hinge on how
deeply he was involved in 17 wiretaps that
ended three years ago but still haunt him at
the height of his diplomatic triumphs.
The fact that 13 government officials and
four newsmen were bugged between 1969 and
1971 is not in dispute.
At the centre of the controversy that led
him to threaten to resign is whether he directly
ordered the wire-tapping, was an enthusiastic
participant or passively complied with the
judgment of the attorney general and the
director of the FBI.
Kissinger told an emotional news conference
in Salzburg, Austria, on Tuesday that his
"office" supplied the names of individuals to
the FBI.
He claimed essentially the same
depersonalized role last September in
testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee when his appointment as
Secretary of State was confirmed.
However, an FBI report dated May 13,
1973, as quoted Wednesdav by the Washington


CROWDS

CHEER

QUEEN
LONDON Queen Eliza-
beth took the salute at
the Trooping of the Colour
ceremony in honour of her
official birthday today amid
tight security precautions.
Men guests in top hats and
morning coats were frisked
by police when they entered
the Horseguards Parade
ground. Women in gay
summer frocks had their
purses examined.
Protection of the Royal
Family has been sharply
intensified since the bloody
abortive attempt to kidnap
Princess Anne, daughter of
the Queen, in The Mall less
than three months ago.


Piper's lament


for the Duke


LONDON The Duke ol
Gloucester. the uncle of Queen
Elizabeth, was buried with
royal pomp and circumstance
Friday at Windsor Castle.
The body of the duke, a
professional soldier who died
Monday at age 74, was borne
by gun carriage through
Windsor streets packed with
mourners to St. George's
chapel within the castle, just
west of London.
The Duke's decorations
from half a century of military
and official duties sparkled in
the June sunshine as they were
carried on three velvet
cushions. A 21-gun salute was
fired at intervals from Windsor
Park during the journey.
The Rt. Rev. Launcelot
Fleming read "The Lord Is My
Shepherd," the Royal Family's


Post, said: "It appears that the project of
placing electronic surveillance at the request of
the White House had its beginning in a
telephone call to Mr. J. Edgar Hoover (the late
FBI director) on May 9, 1969, from Dr. Henry
A. Kissinger."
And Hoover, according to a Knight
newspaper's story last weekend, quoted
Kissinger in a memorandum as saying: "Keep
up the investigation and if you find somebody,
we will destroy them."
Kissinger said at Salzburg that. he could not
recall the remark.
In a letter to the'committee chairman, Sen.
J. W. Fulbright, Democrat-Arkansas, without
referring to any specific "leaked" documents,
Kissinger said he 'had explained apparent
discrepancies to members of the committee.
"The innuendos which now imply that new
evidence contradicting my testimony has
come to light are without foundation," he
wrote.
Kissinger was first drawn into the bugging
dispute 13 months ago. (AP)


Mr. Francois-Xavier Ortoli,
(left) president of the
European Commission, is
greeted by James Callaghan,
Britain's Secretary of State
-for Foreign and
Commonwealth Affairs, when
he called for talks in London
recently.
Mr. Ortoli paid a one-day
visit to London, at the
invitation of the Prime
Minister and Foreign
Secretary, to discuss matters
relating to Britain's
membership of the European
Community.


favourite psalm, and the
Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr.
Michael Ramsey, read a
blessing over the catafalque. As
the coffin left the chapel, a
piper of the Scots guards
played a lament.
The Duke was buried
privately in Great Windsor
Park. surrounding the castle,
near the graves of his son,
Prince William, who died in an
air crash in 1972, and his eldest
brother, the Duke of Windsor.
Only six members of the
royal family were present at
the burial the Queen and her
husband Prince Philip; The
Duke's widow, the Duchess of
Gloucester; the duke's son,
Prince Richard, and his
Danish-born wife; and the
Queen Mother. (AP)


Brezhnev move on

nuclear tests


MOSCOW Soviet
Communist party chief Leonid
Brezhnev declared Friday the
Soviet Union is ready "right
now" to reach an agreement
with the United States on
limitation and eventual
termination of underground
nuclear tests.
Brezhnev's delcaration came
less than two weeks before the
visit of President Nixon to the
Soviet Union.
A Delegation of American
technical experts arrived in
Moscow two weeks ago for
exploratory talks regarding
enlarging the 1963 Test Ban
Treaty.


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The group was reportedly
trying to negotiate an
extension of the test ban to
cover underground explosions.
The Kremlin chief
applauded the partial strategic
arms limitation treaty signed
by the United States and
Soviet Union in 1972, but
added "it is necessary to move
further on this path."
"We urge that the Soviet
Union and the United States
by mutual accord show the
maximum restraint in further
development of their
armaments," he said.
Brezhnev promised that if
the United States faithfully
observes principles in joint
agreements and doesn't try to
gain one-sided advantages, "it
will always find in the Soviet
Union an honest and active
partner in such important
affairs as the limitation and
reduction of strategic
armaments. "(AP)


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LauraJo:-

outgoing

and

athletic
SAN DIEGO -- "I never
thought anything like this
would happen, but we're
taking things in stride," says
the mother of Laura Jo
Watkins, the 20-year-old
Californian whose friendship
with Prince Charles has become
front-page news in England.
Miss Watkins, daughter of a
U.S. navy admiral, watched
from a gallery seat reserved in
Prince Charles' name Thursday
as the heir to the British throne
made his first speech before
the House of Lords.
Thursday night, she saw the
Prince at the Palace.
There was specualtion Miss
Watkins might be wearing an
engagement ring. But her
mother said Laura Jo had
inherited the gold-and-pearl
ring from her maternal
grandmother.
Mrs. Watkins said she didn't
know whether her daughter
would meet the Prince again,
and expressed hope that she
would be allowed privacy to
enjoy her first visit to England.
The blonde business student,
whose father is stationed here,
met Charles March 16 at a
reception for his Royal Navy
ship in the southern Califronia
city.
The two talked at length
during the party, and Miss
Watkins later received a
friendly, handwritten letter
from the Prince.
Last Saturday she flew to
London at the invitation of
U.S. Ambassador Walter
Annenberg and his wife,
longtime friends of their house
guest, until July 1.
Mrs. Watkins said she had
been besieged by phone calls
from British reporters but
couldn't tell them much about
her daughter and the Prince.
"I'm simply a bystander," she
said.
She described Laura Jo as
level-headed, outgoing,
independent and athletic, fond
of the theatre and symphonic
music, and planning a career in
fashion design.
While attending San Diego
State University and a local
b siness college, she
hashworked part-time as a
hotel clerk, saleslady and
seamstress.
The family, which is Roman
Catholic. lives in McLean.


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SPAIN OUSTS

GENERAL
MADRID The Spanish government today ousted Gen.
Manuel Diez-Alegia as head of the joint chiefs of staff,
reportedly because he bore similarities to Portugal's new
president, Gen. Antonio de Spinola
A brief government decree said only that Diez-Alegria
was replaced by Lt. Gen. Carlos Fernandez Vallespin as top
military officer after Gen. Francisco Franco.
But the ouster had been widely expected. Observers said
government officials have apparently become increasingly
worried about the popular attention Diez-Alegria has
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Ebr rtbuut
NuumU Aumcnm JmuB IN V-A MAam
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Matuer
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, PubAdafer/lEMti 1903-. 1914'
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.LItt., LL.D.
Publither/Editor 1917.1972
Contriburtb Editor 1972 -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
PublWher/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
Saturday, June 15. 1974.




You will have blackness


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
Last year Labour showed its growing disaffection for the P.L.P.
government when it held its Labour Day parade without having a
member of the government on the platform.
Always the principal speech on Labour Day was made by the
Prime Minister or a member of the Cabinet. And since the P.L.P.
has been in power no member of the Opposition was invited to
join in the programme.
This year they changed their policy. They invited Labour
Minister Clifford Darling to make the principal speech ... and Mr.
Kendal Isaacs, Leader of the Opposition, to also give a talk.
It would almost seem that they invited these two men to
appear on the programme in order to emphasize a change in
attitude that is sweeping across the country.
Mr. Darling was mercilessly booed while the vast crowd the
largest ever to turn out for the Labour Day parade listened to
Mr. Isaacs in respectful silence.
********
It is a great misfortune that men in the P.L.P. government, who
were elevated from nothingness to positions of supreme power
and importance by the vote of the masses, have so quickly
forgotten their origin.
Written into the record in indelible ink is the contempt Mr.
Darling showed for the needs of old age 'pensioners. He swept
them aside with the comment that they don't contribute
anything to the economy!

Discussing the high-handed manner in which Minister of
Tourism Clement Maynard disregarded the prior claim of
Bahamian entertainers to a place in the Goombay Summer
celebrations, Arthur Foulkes made some appropriate comments
in his column "To "I h Point" in The Tribune on Saturday, May
I8th when he wrote.
."f he Minister of Tourism Mr. Clement Maynard, like most
PL.P. Ministers, has taken to pompous attitudes, high-handed
actions, and less than frank disclosures to the Bahamian public."
"The P.L.P. give a lot of lip service to Bahamianization.
They have made a mess of so many things in the name of
Bahamianization.
"They have done away with the service of many expatriates
who are badly needed, such as medical specialists.
"They have encouraged the growth of a greedy, monopolistic
commercial empire in the hands of a few favoured fat cats. And
when it suits their purpose they treat other Bahamians arid
Bahamian interests with callous neglect and utter contempt."
"Some of his new P.L.P. friends say that Mr. Maynard is a
man who has his head even his cat, they say too much above
the clouds. It is about time he gets back down to earth."
C*****


Last Friday night I listened to a Z.N.S. broadcast on Police
Appreciation Week which is being sponsored by a committee
headed by Mr. Franklyn Wilson, the M.P. for Grants Town whom
Mr. Foulkes described in his column as a political "opportunist".
Mr. Wilson has launched a programme to collect ... by private
subscription .'. nearly a million and a quarter dollars to buy
patrol cars for the police force.
As I have already pointed out in this column it is a mistake to
allow the police force to accept this kind of help from private
sources.
It is the responsibility of the government to provide equipment
for the police and when the time comes that they cannot do this,
then they should admit failure and resign
But this is not what concerns me in this article.
The Z.N.S. broadcast invited questions about the police on the
phone. These questions were answered by a group of senior
officers in the studio.
This programme once again established the fact that the force
is seriously undermanned. They are only about two-thirds up to
strength., For this reason they themselves say they are unable to
check the crime wave that is sweeping across the islands today.
I am surprised that no one asked the question as to how many
policemen have been taken off duty to serve the Primne Minister
and his family.
The Prime Minister has a senior officer as a constant attendant.
When he lived in a cottage on Soldier Road a policeman mounted
guard at his gate 24 hours a day. Now that he occupies a vast
estate on Millionaire Row I can't imagine how many policemen
are needed to guard these grounds.
I have been told that neighbours of the Prime Minister are
complaining that men in plain clothes wander through their
grounds. When asked what they are doing they say that they are
guarding the Prune Minister!
rhe danger is that some of these men could be impostors who
are trespassing for other reasons.
And. of course, other members of the Prime Minister's family
have police in attendance from time to time.
One would have thought that the Prime Minister was so
popular with the people that he would have no need for police
guards.
Certainly Sir Roland Symonette. the former Premier, refused
to10 have police in attendance on him. Soon after he became
Piemiei he found a policeman standing outside his gate
He asked the policeman what he was doing there. The
policeman said that he had been sent to guard the Premier.
Sir Roland sent the policeman back to the Commissioner of
Police with the message that he should use his policemen to look
after the people. He was quite capable of taking care of himself.
You see ... that's the difference.
*0000***
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: The record crowd in the Labour
Da, _..ade at Windsor Park booed Labour Minister Darling, they
listened respectfully to Leader of the Opposition Kendal Isacs
and they wildly cheered fiery youth leader Alfred Sears who gave
them the kind of pep talk that never fails to arouse the masses.
He declared in no uncertain terms that the P.L.P. government
had failed miserably in measuring up to the expectations of the
people.
He made such a stirring speech that Acting News Editor Nicki
Kelly rightly gave it the feature spot in The Tribune on Saturday.
"I believe," Mr. Sears declared, "that one of the principal
reasons for the development of our present position is the fact
that in those seven long years of P.L.P. rule we have been uiabab
to produce competent, honest and creative men to run this
country.


All the way to hell...


IN CONFERENCE at
Taxico Union Iall, at Small
Hope Bay, at Ganbier House
and at South Beach the
leadership of Lynden Pindling
was seriously questioned by
members of the PLP hierarchy.
On all these occasions the
members voiced their concern
about what would happen to
the party and to the country.
Mr. Pindling seldom dealt
forthrightly with criticisms of
his leadership even when those
criticisms were meant to be
helpful. He preferred to exploit
the weaknesses and ambitions
of others and to grandstand.
He always had the trump
card: the PLP had become
something of a religion and he
had become its god. So he
could bank on the fact, or so
he thought, that no-one would
ever seriously challenge him in
public view. Tdo so would
result in certain political
destruction for the offender.
So it went from bad to
worse in the PLP and in the
PLP government and by the
time the South Beach
conference had ended it was
clear that nothing would
change. Having listened to each
man in turn Mr. Pindling said
nothing but to ask a few
questions. Then he jumped in
his car and went home.
It was at that conference
that the PLP Dissidents of
1970 decided to vote openly
against the Prime Minister on
the floor of the House of
Assembly. They were fully
aware of the consequences of
that in terms of politics and
even in terms of their physical
safety.
Their great consolation was
that they were absolutely
certain that the day would
come when the people would
catch up with Mr.. Pindling and
then it would be safe for others
to criticize him publicly
without fearing for their lives
and their reputation as loyal
Bahamians.
So it came to pass that at
the last meeting of the House
of Assembly the PLP god was
booed and his critics were
cheered!
One of those who spoke the
loudest at that meeting was Mr.
Oscar Johnson, the political
survivalist who .ot too many
months ago was still
proclaiming Mr. Pindling and
Mr. Arthur Hanna as princes


against whose royal rights any
foe would move at his peril!
Mr. Johnson has been an
on-and-off critic of the
Pindling administration but on
the night of the 1970
no-confidence he could not be
found in the House to cast his
vote one way or the other.
Now he shouts at the top of his
voice that there are no gods in
the country!
The counter demonstration
against Mr. Moxey and
attempts to brand him as a
traitor was a disgusting display
against a friend and a brother,
Mr. Johnson said. He branded
those who engineered the
attack on Mr. Moxey as "slimy,
crude and nasty" and said they
should be damned.
And he made this statement:
"If he (Mr. Moxey) is a traitor
for disagreeing and saying so
then any thinking man is a
traitor!"
So we are growing up. We
are no longer dependent on
any god and it is no longer
treason to disagree with a
Prime Minister and a
government who are taking the
country straight to hell.

Mr. Johnson claimed that
some of those who were in the
drive to discredit Mr. Moxey
were paid mercenaries who


"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."
These were interesting words ... but just words.
It would have been more correct had Mr. Sears said that black
leadership had failed to measure up to what the people had
expected of these men.
I would remind Mr. Sears that when the people chose to elect a
group of inexperienced men to shape their destiny the country
was in a prosperous state.
The U.B.P. had $15 million in the bank and there was
over-employment in the islands. There was such a demand for
staff that some people were holding down three jobs at the same
time. There were probably 50,000 Haitians scattered through the '
islands. Haitian labour was needed to meet the demands of the
building construction industry.
The P.L.P. government quickly spent the $15m. They have
since borrowed untold millions which have been squandered in
handing out contracts to their friends. They have inflicted
outrageous taxes on the people. And their unfair and
sometimes vicious attitudes have destroyed the economy to the
extent that thousands of people are unemployed with no hope of
finding employment in .the foreseeable future. Still more
thousands of children are coming out of schools every year with
no jobs for them in a stagnant economy. And, as a final desperate
move, the government is now launching a campaign to clear all
the Haitians out of the Bahamas and to stop the traffic between
Haiti and the Bahamas, with the exception of Inagua.
It is true that leadership has been sadly lacking in these islands
during the last seven years but it is wrong to suggest that there is
no leadership material in the nation.
There are black men and white men in these islands who have
demonstrated their capacity for leadership;
Until the electorate realizes that ... with our small population
... it is necessary to select men of proven honesty, intelligence and
administrative capacity from both races ... this country which. in
my opinion, has already passed the point of no return, will
continue to plunge deeper and deeper into a black abyss.
You want blackness. Sure. You will get it. And it will be so
black that it will be like a night without moon or stars.
I will write more fully on this subject when 'ea! .vith events
that have taken place during my absence from the islands ..
events that mark the steady downward plunge of ihe Bahamian
people.
,, S S ** *
The operators of the Emerald Beach Hotel in Texas have made
their position clear. They have made a decision ... and it stands.
The problem has now been turned over to the Prime Minister.
What can he do about it? What can anyone do about it now?
I feel that he has pulled the last trick out of his magic box and
the people of this country are now due for a rude awakening.
I told you two years ago ... when the people returned the
P.L.P. to power on an independence ticket ... that the country
h11 bedn take to a point of no return.
Sorry folks.

On Monday I will start the series of articles I wrote last month
on my fourth trip around the world.
e.*..**
A THQ.UGHT FOR TODAY
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were in the employ of certain
members of the PLP.
Some of these mercenaries
were in the employ of the
FNM during the election, he
claimed, and they set fire to his
place.
Now, if Mr. Johnson is so
sure that they were in the
employ of the PLP at the time
he spoke, how can he be so
sure that they were in the
employ of the FNM during the
election?

The most extraordinary
statement made by Mr.
Johnson was that the PLP has
been in office for seven years
but they have not been in
power.
As he sees it, as long as there
are areas of influence or
resources or power which do
not come under the direct
control of the government then
the government is not really in
power. That is the most
dangerous kind of totalitarian
philosophy and if it were ever
put into effect in this country
our last state will be worse
than our present state.
Mr. Johnson complained
that when he talked like that
there were those who would
brand him with one ism or
another. Now, true, nobody
likes to be labelled with an ism


to which they do not subscribe
but if a man adopts a body of
political philosophy which can
be accurately described by one
of the isms then he should '
not be ashamed of it.
If a man believes in
Marxism, for instance, and
sincerely so, there will be those
who will disagree strenuously
with him while still respecting
the integrity of his convictions.
The man who will riot be
respected is the man who only
pretends to believe in order to
achieve his own private ends.
The PLP Government has
wielded power in this country
like arrogant dictators They
have broken agreements, they
have squandered the public's
money and they have
persecuted those who disagree
with them. They have brought
us to the sorry state the
country is in today. To allow
them or any other government
totalitarian rule would not be a
solution to our problems. It
would end all hope of peace
and prosperity in this country.

Mr. Johnson says, "There is
trouble Over the Hill, there is
fire across the Arch'V"
Yes, indeed And the trouble
is spreading. Sadly, it is the
poorest of the poor who get
burned first. These are the
people to whom the PLP
incant political and economic
salvation, who needed that
salvation most of all
They were promised a land
of prosperity, a land of flowing
opportunities, and they
believed. There was no reason
why they should not have
believed. After all. the
Bahamas was one of the few
places in this part of the world
where it all seemed possible.
Indeed, many were already
reaching out to pluck the fruit
from the orchard.
But while the happ) pilgrims
were marching on something
was happening. The fruit
became scarcer and only a few
up front seemed to be able to
reach them. Now suddenly it is
beginning to dawn on them
that they are no longer being
led all the way to the Promised
Land.
They have been turned
around and headed in the
opposite direction and they did
not even listen when somebody
tried to tell them what was
happening. Now they are
headed all the way to poverty,
all the way to strife, all the
way to hell.


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Once on a tour of a world-re-
nowned cemetery in Genoa, 1
stopped before a large, impos-
ing statue of a little old woman.
"Who was she?" I asked, with
a touch of awe. "What did she
do?"'
"She sold flowers in the
street," said my guide.
"But that statue in her hon-
or-" I insisted, "she must have
dose something heroic."
"Heroic, maybe. Foolish,
more likely." The guide shrug-
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"She worked hard all her life
selling flowers, saved every
pelny, had no fun, not even
enough to eat, so she could have
a bigmonument built in her hon-
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see it."
The scene changes from the
quiet of a Genoa graveyard to
the noisy, frenzied pace of New
York. But the pattern remains
the same.
I was having dinner with a
friend of mine.
Bob S. is a busy, successful
executive whose company
manufactures business ma-
chines. These machines are de-
signed to operate with ease and
efficiency.
A husky former all-Ameri-
can, Bob had forgotten that the
mechanism of his own body was
the most delicate and efficient
ever conceived.
He wouldn't have thought of
driving his car without gas and
oil, yet he continually pushed his
body to the breaking point with-
out giving it the proper food to
keep it operating.
Breakdown of Body
The next time I saw Bob he
was lying white and still on a
hospital bed after a heart attack.
"Funny thing"-he managed
a feeble grin-"the office is run-
ning Tine without me. Just goes
to show you, no man is indis-
pensable."
Bob was one of the lucky
ones. He recovered. His heart
attack was a warning which he
was wise enough to heed.
He put himself on a five-day-
week schedule, learned to dele-
gate authority, bought a cot-
tage by a lake, and spent every
weekend there with his family.
"I'm learning to relax," he told
me later. "I was a damn fool. For
years I'd worked as though
there'd never be a tomorrow.
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There almost wasn't!"


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Bitter irony marked the
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ddle-Aged Revolt 4 nick-named Papillon because of
Sthe butterfly symbolic of
le~lns at forty,'" freedom tatooed on his


That's what Dr. Clive M. Mc-
Cay of Cornell University, tells
us.
He says it's around this age
that a man looks back over his
first four decades, then decides
to do something about the
remaining three decades bv re-
charting his whole life.
He goes into a middle-aged
revolt. Fearful of getting old, he
worries about his love-life.
But sterility and impotence
are not the results of age. They
stem from nutritional disorders
or from psychological blocks.
Sexual vigor can and should last
many years past middle life.
Even prostate difficulties are
now treated without loss of fer-
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Don't go into the proverbial
tailspin.
Don't try to be a playboy
without the talent for it, a Don
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nor an athlete without the build
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sease. Rather, it's disease that
brings old age


Stop Killing Yourself
Suppose one evening you
picked up your newspaper and
the headlines screamed: ONE
MILLION AMERICAN MEN
ARE SUICIDES.
"Fantastic," you might say.
"What is this-another 'man
from Mars' hoax?"
It is no hoax. It is precisely
what nearly a million American
men do yearly. They kill them-
selves just as surely as if they
jumped into the East River,
played Russian roulette, or swal-
lowed poison.
Their suicides, while less
spectacular, are more tortured.
They suffer the crippling pain of
strokes. Or they allow coropary
thrombosis to choke off the
blood supply to their hearts.
What are the reasons for this
mass murder? This national
tragedy that leaves millions of
widows and orphans in its
wake?
Ignorance is one.
American men have learned
to build pathways through the
skies, to use atoms for peace and
nuclear bombs for war; but few
have learned the proper respect
and treatment for the most com-
plex creation of all-the human
body.

Neglect Takes Toll
Neglect is another reason.
Too many men neglect to
have physical checkups and
neglect proper nutrition, until
it's too late.
Diseases that might have been
prevented take their toll, and
lives that could have been sav-
ed by early diagnosis and treat-
ment are lost.
Periodic health checkups are
the best guard against serious ill-
ness. Failure to have them is the
greatest contributor to mans


untimely death in middle
age-or at any age.
The male premature death
rate is 36 percent higher than
that of the female.
Why is this?
Women generally escape the
consequences of worry and
frustration by exploding their
feelings through tears and other
emotional outlets.
But under our social mores,
men are not permitted this re-
lief. From the time he is a little
boy, the male child is told, "Big
boys don't cry." So the big boy
grows up holding in his ten-
sion-and becomes a victim of
ulcers, high blood pressure, or
coronary disease.
Executives' Slowdown
The average executive in the
United States-there are some
100-thousand with incomes of
$50,000 or more-gets up early,
rushes to his office and stays
there until at least 6 p.m.
Then he rushes home, eats a
quick dinner, and dives into a
briefcase full of homework. He
may try to combine his social
evenings with professional din-
ners, conferences-and other
work.
When does he relax? Certain-
ly not during luncheon, where
he makes many important busi-
ness decisions while he gulps
down a heavy meal that over-
. loads his jittery stomach. The
higher he climbs up the ladder
of success, the more pressed he
is for time.
More than half the business-
men who come for checkups
at Boston's famed Lahey Clinic
are so keyed up that they must
be warned by the doctors to
slow down-or face heart
disease, colitis, high blood pres-
sure, or any one of a host of
other diseases.
But it's not too lately If you'd
like to look, feel, and act ten
years younger-and who
doesn't?-if you'd like to repair
the damaging effects of
accident,- illness, strain, ignor-
ance, or neglect, it's in your
power to do so.

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Next: Save your Heart! Why
rush your own funeral? Will you
be one of the one million felled
by heart attacks every year? Or
will you decide right this min-
ute to survive? In tomorrow's
provocative installment Lelord
Kordel shows how a busy man
can be successful-and live to
enjoy his success. And while
much depends on him, perhaps
even mere depends on his wife.
The Tribune will publish
two installments a week on
Monday and Thursdays.


chest.
The film, featuring amazing
colour photography and
starring Steve McQueen in the
title role with Dustin Hoffman
as a fellow prisoner, is an
action adventure drama.
The movie is based on
Charriere's autobiography
which has been rated as one of
the greatest contemporary
adventures. It goes on .the
screen as a compelling
experience.
The brutal conditions
endured by convicts serving
time in the since-abandoned
French penal colonies are
captured in "Papillon."
The multi-million dollar
allied Artists release was
directed by Franklin J.
Schaffner, who previously won
an academy award for his
direction of Patton.
Starts Friday, The Sting'
matinees at 2.30 and 5.00,
evening 9.00. Parental
discretion is advised.
Paul Newman reteams
with Robert Redford and
Robert Shaw.
The Sting is an exciting
suspense-packed story of the
big con by David S. Ward and
is set in Chicago in the mid
1930's.


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Newman plays the main uOB
man as his role and Redford
becomes a protege of
Newman's playing the "Roper"
to the "lnsideme."
In an intriguing change of
image, England's sophisticated
Shaw emerges in "The Sting"
as an American racketeer a
far cry from his Sir Randolph
Churchill in "Young Winston."
Rated PG, the movie has
won seven academy awards -
as best picture, best director,
best story and screenplay, best
film editing, best art direction,
best musical score and best
costume design.
As the movie opens, Robert
Earl Jones, playing an elderly
black con artist, is seen with
Robert Redford. They pull off
one of the oldest of con games
"The Switch" and are
elated to discover that their
victim was carrying a big
bundle.
From this very simple
beginning, the movie with its
fast action cuts and comedy
develops at a rapid pace
besmirshed with suspense.
Things began to happen just
as the two con men learn that
their victim was a numbers
runner for a Chicago firm that
is a branch of a bigger house in
New York ran by Robert
Shaw. Robert Earl Jones is
killed as a result.
Filmed in technicolour, The
Sting is a Bill/Phillips
productions.

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EDITOR'S NOTE: Is modern
man killing himself to produce a
better world for his wife and
children to enjoy? Why do six
times as many men die from
heart attacks today as did 25
years ago? To what extent is a
wife responsible for her hus-
band's untimely death? Ilow
can every woman help her hus-
band stay alive longer? In a high-
ly-provocative series of articles.
I elord Kordel brings new hope
and encouragement in dealing
with these major problems of
modern living. Don't miss even
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leading role in the original
uncut versions of Hercules.
Hercules Unchained,
In some of the most ex
scenes ever filmed, Reeves
Hercules proves that he
probably one of the m-
perfect specimens of manhood
With the brute strength of
superhuman, Reeves top
towers filled with men, battles
three man-eating tiget
simultaneously, and def
arrows and spears thrown
against him. In anotlb
memorable scene, he as
wrestling match with the late
Primo Camera.

SAVOY
NOW SHOWING thru
Tuesday, Shanghi Lil plus
Wonder Women Sunday thr
Tuesday matinee continuous
from 2.30, evening 8.30. Phlu
late feature Tuesday night.
Wednesday thru Fridayy,
Cat 0' Nine Tails plus
Wrestling Queen matinee
continuous from 2.15, evening
8.30. Plus late feature Friday
night.
The Cat 0' Nine Tails is I
new high-tension suspense
thriller that stars Karl Malden,
James Franciscus and
Catherine Spaak, and revolves
around a series of horrible
murders which are eventually
solved by a newspaper reporter
and a blind puzzle solver.
In the movie, Malden takes
the part of a blind man who is
a professional puzzle solver and
Cinzia de Carolis takes the part
of his niece who happens to be
along with him as he overhears
a conversation between two
men which leads to the action
and gory chilliness of this
suspense thriller.















Truth has a persistent habit of
beating fiction el Its own samin The
v Bridge author or columnist may
invent some far-fetched or dramatic
sequence of events to amuse his
readers. only to find that a true tale
has emerged from elsewhere which
puts his fable to shame.
There can scarcely have been
many more dramatic moments then
those which occurred during the
Gt. Britain v. Belgium match In the
European Championships held at
Oslo in 1958.
Oslo might seem a unlikely
venue for such an event; the
Inhabitants of cold countries are
supposed to be phlegmatic and
unemotional, and big Bridge is very
much a spectator sport these days.
However, the evidence is all to the
contrary, and the Open Room was
crowded with excited Norwelgans
from the first day to the last. And
when this- deal came up, they were
well rewarded.
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As many of my readers will
know, play on these occasions takes
place in two separate places. One of
these is waled off to all except the
players and a few officials, and is
known as the Closed Room. In' the
other room frequently a large
hall spectators are admitted, and
various devices are used to enable
them to keep up with the play.
Tucked away in the Closed
Room, the British pair held the
North-South cards at a critical stage
of the match. North was the dealer,
and only N-S were vulnerable. The
Closed Room bidding went like
this:


N E
I D pass
3 D pass
4 NT pass


S W
3C
4C
6C


pass
pass
all pass


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hise was .hardly world-elpe
bidding. You and your fewertle.
part ner woukt probaMyr ire done
hitter, staying safely in 5 C or S D.
The Culbeton 4 INi -urecy one
of the very last limel it can be
found In international Bridge was
used to propel South into 6 Clubs.
into 6 Clubs.
As you can ee, the contract hits
the dust immediately on a Spade
lead from West, but a Heart was led
instead, which gave the British
South a temporary lease of life. It
didn't last long, however, in order
to stand a chance of making 12
tricks, declarer must run the
Diamond suit, and he is desperately
short of entries. So after taking the
Heart. South drew trumps, then
banked all on finding the Diamonds
split 3-2, overtaking his King with
dummy's Ace, and playing with his
fingers firmly crossed. Sut the
Diamonds were 4-1, and he stood
no chance. i down, and 100 points
to Belgium.
In the Open Room, spectators
had jammed into every available
space, and had in fact been
enthralled by some very exciting
Bridge the whole way through. but
it was nothing to the sensation
which was caused when this same
hand found its way to the players.
First, the auction caused many a
gasp. as East and West got into the
act, with the Belgians North and
South this time, of course.
N E S W
I D pass 3 C 3 H (!)
4D 4H 4 NT 6 H (!)
pass pass 6 NT pass
7 D dble 7 NT dble
pass pass redble all pass
West's 3H bid may seem
like masochism, but you must
remember that from his point of
view, the enemy were on their way
to a slam. and such a bid would
cost very little, even against a Game
call. After East had shown Heart
support. and even after South had
started to look for controls. West
laid his head cheerfully on the
. sacrificial block once more, and bid
6 H. But by this time. South was
looking further ahead than a mere
900 or 1.100 penalty; he scented a
slam, and was not going to be
jostled out of it. After a series of
hectic exchanges, during which he
removed a Grand Slam from his
partner's suit. and nlaced it In No


trouble.
In the calmer aUBIspiase ot a
local duplicate match. no doubt dte
Belgians would haw atled for af
double of t H, or maybe they weaM'
have passed eaUer. Biut the le
tension of the big occasion alid he
crowd's uneasy but befIly felt
palpialo we w too much for
North and South, wf eorted to a
kind of Light heroism
which seem dafitt reckless to
our eyes today. ,
But the deal is no yet overt West
has to find a load against 7 NT
redoubled, no tanel matter.
especially with tW whole anna
throbbing away bedbid him. You
can see, of course, that a Spade lead
puts the contract 2 down straight
away, and nets 1,000 points. You
will also see that if West puts his
trust in his own suit hearts -
which was supported by East. the
Grand Siam becomes unbeatable.
So did West set them with a Spade,
or help them home with a Heart?
Wait!
Had you considered the effect of
a Club lead? The vital Diamond sutt
cannot be run unless the King is
made separately, and the only entry
afterwards is the King of Clubs. Try
making 7 NT on a Club lead, and
you'll find that yuur comn-
munications are cut in a quite
irretrievable fashion. So. did West,
for whom we've been waiting for so
long. lead a sudden-death Spade, a
helpful Heart. or a cunning Club.
None of them!
The poor West led the 4 of
Diamonds, for heavens knows what
tortured reasons. A grateful South,
when his breathing was restored,
took the King of Diamonds, crossed
to the King of Clubs. cashed all the
Diamonds, and came back to hand
with a Club to make the rest of his
tricks. 7 NT redoubled and made,
vulnerable, comes to 2,930. which
when added to the 100 which
Belgium scored In the Closed
Room, takes the total swing over
the 3,000 mark, a huge 'and
punishing defeat for Britain on just
one hand. It is all the more to their
credit, therefore, that they are able
to climb back over a series of
tightly contested hands, and just
win an extraordinary match at the
very end by a tiny margin. RPC


THE TRIBUNE ,,* atura, Jtea 15, 1974.

He:: lesl |tret tie'eold nortli


7. LINEN not lined. "Because"
the "coat is" a relatively heavy
fabric, such as LINEN, yes.
But every "good coat"
normally has a lining, so that if
the saleswomann" mentions
that "it hangs well because it's
lined," she will surely go on to
mention whet it is Used with.
13. YARD not ward. The clue
phrases, "wrapped in a
blanket" and "lying
wounded," are better suited to
"a soom-ln on", such a figure
"in a YARD." If steps had
been taken to "wrap" him "in
a blanket," the "man" would
hardly be left there still
"wounded in a" hospital ward,
16. DOLL not dolt. The clue
wording, "who she was,"
favors DOLL (defined as: "a
pretty but rather silly girl or
woman'"). The "classmates"
need not be all female and dolt
(defined as: "a stupid,
slow-witted person") can be
either male or female.
20. MOVE not rove. MOVE makes
a clear-cut statement of the
clue. The clue words,
"wandering gangs" make rove
(defined as: "to wander
about") redundant as an
answer.
21. TACKLE not tickle. To
TACKLE (defined as: "to stop
or throw It to the ground") it
"'is" something "'not
uncommon for a boy to" do
"playing with his dog,"
certainly. Stroke or per it
affectionately, but "it's not"
common for a "dog" to react
to being tickled, as does a
human.
22. SHORTS not sports. Being
"schoolgirls talking about
SHORTS," they'll very
"likely" be discussing them In
a fashion sense, seeming
totally ridiculous to a boy,
who is "likely to listen
sorfully." Their "talk
about sports," however, could
be "about" the school
football, basketball teams, etr.
and thus be highly interesttl
to him.
1. CALLED not cabled. "Whet a
relative said" points to CALL
as more apt. Furthermore, for
cabled, the "excited little girl
would probably" shtew othesr
the cable.
3. DRUG not drum. "In" such
"an adventure story," the
"explorer is often excited by"
the "strange native DRUG,"
wondering about its properties
and effects. It's the "strange"
sound from the drums "by"
the natives," not the drum
Itself, which so affects "an
explorer."
4. RIGHT not light. "After
having its weight adjusted, "
the "golfer may well jmy it"
now "felt" lighter or heavier
(according to his instructions),
but not light (or heavy) as
though this were a fault.
RIGHT makes a
straightforward answer. Tight


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relat lefhip w Pr me* a
bair bps LtMhMeNOW W, l
Ilkie at ple-W tedOW
loyalty weat assessae rMy ia
felt by, for limtanee, an
enlisted man for some reamte
officer "who sonu dedM .
him." pobaly. I dperseadly
End maybe iMefteeively,
6. BUSTING aot buttlag. WheI S.
he "Is BUSTING" It, osnce If
he's butting the "wooden
Dte," bus nit damaging it,
there won't be "pliUnters."


8. NEATLY not nearly. With
his morning work NEATLY.
disposed of," yes. "WVth" It
only "nearly disposed of, i
busy executive" will still be
too "busy" to dwell oil
thoughts of "lunch."


10. SIDE not wide. It's the volauee
of traffic, rather than the saf
of the "road," that present
difficulties to "a newde
driver." making "a NDb
ROAD'" more generally apt as
it usually has little traffile. Oe
that is a wide road is nor4Ib
built wide to handle Bsp ;
traffic.

15. WASTED not wanted. "His
whole future will be affected"
implies positive action, la
consequence of what "he Ml
(i.e., he will seek a chaV "if
he feels WASTED"). But "he"
will not necessarily take any
positive action "if he feels
wanted."
16. DUELS not duets. "It
well-staged shows, DUELS
usually take place in elaborate
settings," yes, allowing the
DUELBts to leap up and dow-_
stairs, for instance, lUii
otherwise the DUELS Wouedd
be dull. It is the music aid
singing in duets that are
important, so they daont
depend on, or "usually" hlAe,.:
"elaborate settings."

19. BUCK not duck. "Missing"big
target, such as a "BUCK
within reasonable range, "is
better. "Missing" the far
smaller duck which can, in
Itself, be quite evasive, hardly
fits the else word, "'rprtes.


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C14/49
SPACIOUS three bedroom. 2
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Tastefully furnished,
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MODEL HOME.
Lots from $5,800: $75 deposit.
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Te: 4-1141 or 2-4148 or
2-3027
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FOR SALE
Lot South Beach Estates. Size
60 x 110. Lot No. 18 BL 13
Price $3,500.00. Call George
Damlanos 22305, 22307.

C 14914
'3 BEDROOM residence with
adjacent fruit orchard lot.
Situated in Blair Estate. Fully
furnished with independent
water system. Double garage
and roof patio. Easy access to.
schools. Further information
call 2-1741/2 or 7-4105.

C14891
SAN SOUCI: 3 bedroom, 2
baths, family room and
separate dining room, Owner
willing seller. $58,000.
CARMICHAEL ROAD:
Desirable property available at
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includes nearly ten acres with
a attractive well-built
two-bedroom, one bath
residence and two-car carport,
about 15 wells, city water and
electricity, stand-by generator,
fruit trees,.. etc. Additional
acres under lease extending to
Corrie Sound. $80,000.
Furnished.
RIDGEWAY OFF EAST BAY:
3 bedrooms. 2 baths. Most
attractively furnished and In
top condition $75,000.
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Phone 21041/2/3/4.
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HIGH VISTA LOT T-9 105' x
80'. Paid $7,200 Call and make
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after 6 p.m.

FOR RENT
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LOVELY 2 bedroom
airconditioned apartment,
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Addition, Master T.V.ant3nna
and laundry room facilities,
enclosed parking area. For
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5-4258.
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apartments, Sunshine Park and
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2 BEDROOM 1 bath
apartment, fully furnished and
ready for occupancy. Situated
in Winton Highway. Prices vary
from $350 to $375 per month.
Phone p-1631.
C15240U
3 bedroom, 2 bath house fully
furnished, Stapledon Gardens.
Phone 5-6168 after 6:00 p.m.
or anytime weekends.


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with a future. Call 23010.
'T4733
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2-4511.


APPROqWCARGO
RIGHS


C14745
THE WAKEFIELD APARTMEI
Corner Cordeau Avenue,
Englerston. Oi- and two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime 248272.
after 6:00 p.m. 5-3418.
C14741
MAUDONNA APARTMENT
Corner Mount Royal Avenue
and Durham Street,
Two-bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime 28272.
After 6:00 p.m. 5-3418.
C14956
1 2-Bedroom 2-bath
apartment, furnished, Village
Road area. Available July 6th.
Call 41177.


CARSFOR SALE
C14853
1959 VIVA VAUXHALL. top
condition, 4 new tyres, new
paint job. $700. Contact Mr.
McFall 56246 anytime after 5
p.m.
C 14890
1971 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE,
Convertible 30,000 miles,
excellent condition. $1,500
(O.N.O.). Phone 28730 from
9-5 p.m.

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
C14918
1968 HILLMAN 4-door.
Excellent running condition.
$850.
1972 Honda IvMoped. $125. Call
3-1156.
C14917
1973 Pontiac _, Ventura,
automatic, airconditioned,
9000 miles. $4,300. Phone
42542.
C14928
'69 FORD MUSTANG, radio
A/C, 6 cylinder, power steering
and brakes. $2,100 Cash.
Phone 4-1227
C14952
1971 FORD MAVERICK A-1
condition, brand new paint
job, Insured. for whole year.
Quick sale $2,250. After 5 and
Saturday call 53661 before
5 call 34270.

CRAFT SUPPLIES

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

SCHOOLS
C14772
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 p.m. or 3-5084 anytime.

FOR SALE

C14742 FOR SALE
SPECIAL SALE
Wedding gown, complete with
plastic- covering, and
including:-
Headpiece (50 styles to choose
from), veil, formal slip, long
line bra, girdle, bridle garter,
bouquet of flowers, panty hose
or stay up stocking and a pair
of shoes.
ALL FOR ONLY $175.
New arrival of bridesmaids


material starting at $3.50 per
yard.
We sew bridesmaids gowns for
$25.00
THE YOUNG MISS, Market
Street near Bay. Telephone
2-3365.


C14754
WOLSEYHALL
Whatever ItN qSAlimbon you "ten -
O.C.E. *Or nd 'A IM. a LOndon
Unelriy OBMW. ProfuIIoin .
imlntlom or Iwnm Stude Woliy
Hill founded In I*%4ives you:
* A puranMt of tuition until you pss
youreuanlaontnotlerbcost.
*An outtndin5 record ouccem. For
eamplerofWo wrlteIUMeunu
ilttine or LA. honeeun m e hew
p-Idin Ithelm 7a "
Over 75 y an of experiglencireuinl In
the most efci modern methods of
postal eching by mirnual ir required.
Pe onl luntion to mt your prech
requlptments.
Low binpyable by iulmmln.
eIr r1 6 CI:
1H tf"v'al I'-


C14860
SINGLE Bedroom suite fit for
a Princessl Canopied bed with
hand tailored mattress with
powermatic inner springs
recommended by. A.M.A. and
box springs; chest of drawers;
anity/desk and' chair in
superior French Provincial
style excellent condition
$850.00 O.N.O.
Baby items used by one baby:
a) car seat (white)
b) stroller with canopied cover
(blue & white)
-C) playpen
d) bassinette (dressed)
To view call 2-1986 (day)
4-2586 (after 5 p.m.)
,C14892
COLUMBIA Mini-bike 4 hp
engine. Good condition. Phone
41326.
C14877
3 BOLSTERS ONE GRILL.
65 CHAIRS, ONE OVEN and
TOP BURNER, miscellaneous
equipment. Phone Al or Jerry
at the bridge Inn, Phone 32077.
32077.
C14883
HOUSEFUL of furniture for
sale. Owner leaving colony.
Phone 35729.
C14880 -
1973 HONDA 175 PERFECT
CONDITION. BEST OFFER
CONSIDERED. 3-4068.
:14882
WOMEN'S complete .set of
Golf Clubs and Bag. Brand
new. $180 or nearest offer.
Phone 7-7491. after 3:30 p.m.
C14899
2 Portable R.C.A. TV Sets 8
months old $150.00 each.
1972 G.E. Portable TV with
stand $165.00
e 19'"Zenith $100.00
Phone 5-5960 or visit
Third World TV Center
East Street
opposite Windsor Park.
C14916
PATIO SALE Toys, baby
items, clothing, Saturday and
Sunday, June 15th and 16th,
from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. next to
Sonesta Beach Hotel, upstairs
former Royal Bank of Canada
Bldg. Apt. No. 9.
C14922
WHY SHOULDN'T YOUR son
or daughter stand high in his
class?.
Give him the 20-volume
NEW AGE
ENCYCLOPEDIA
Call 2-1228, Mon-Fri 9-5 for
details on our modest down
payment, low monthly terms.

C14935
NEW electric power conveyors.
Phone Pritchard 3-2371.
C14943
MISCELLANEOUS FOOD
STORE EQUIPMENT
IMeat Hooks,, Wrapping-
Machines, Meat Lugs,
Preparation Racks, Band Saws,
Refrigerated Cases, Aluminium
Awnings etc. Call Gerald
Fryers, c/o City Markets
2-2901.
C14954
OWNER LEAVING
LAST CHANCE!
Lovely Spanish Style Green 4
piece sectional, Call 32641 or
55060 anytime.
C14920
AMANA alrconditioner In
perfect condition as new. Very
little used. Cost over $1000.00.
Best offer over $60000
secures. Can be seun workIng.
Call 5-3367 for appoint t -
SENTERTAINMENT

'14336
SETTLER'S PUB INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY
The Npssaw'ans
e The Electric Circle
OPEN TILL4.00 a.m,
C14874
MEMBERS OF
THE UNIVERSITY PLAYERS
PRESENT


Directed by.
ANDREW R. CtURRY
June 27th. 28th, 296h, 2t 1914
at
8:30 p.m.
THE DUNDAS CIVIC CENTRE,
Mackey Street
Admission $2.50
Obtainable at both
DEL JANE Stores
a


you believe mobedy
reads nma aeds ...
you're wrong. Yeo are
Sreadln tmis arewipo?
| Call 2-A5--711
wloa geily o ae,


196 -- I ft. CHR.S.R'"
Commander. s six, 5 Mw
shower, two 230 h,p, engIM
'wth Mes than 200 hou
'Ktclhenette good cone
Call-MWI,5401L-


C14?U


PA;MUAKER -44: ,i
Phone 3.2371.
C149S5
MARINE SUPPLt "
BAYSHOR MARfNA LTI,
Phone: 28232 223
BERTRAM YACHT FOR
THE BAHAMAS
NEW BOATS-
READY TO GO
1) Boston Whaler 13'6, 40 HP.
Eklctric Start. Net oash
$2979
2L GLASTRON QT- '160.
SOranI/Whte, -1, HW
MERCURY. Net Cash
56S32
3) MAK 17 ANGLER w
extras, 85 HP'.
MERCURY. Net Cash
$6,430
USED BOATS
A) BERTRAM 25' Hard Top,
160 H.P. Mercrubm.
Excellent Condition
$13,200
B) 13' ULTRA V-8 O.M.C.
Reconditioned Drive Unit.
Ship-To-Shore. $4,00
Ra
Reconditioned Olrie Unit
ShIp.To-Shore, $4,200
FORMULA. SEACRAFT.
MAKO. GLASTRON.
3ERTRAM AND MATTERS'

C14948
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.
CHRIS CRAFT
CONCORDE
IRWIN SAIL YACHTS
AVON INFLATABLES
SEAGULL OUTBOARDS
We have at our dock, a. sect
group of BOATS, sa.l andi
power, for show. This week
featuring a Chris. Craft 31-foot
Sedan with lis than 200 hours
total time. An exceptional buy
at $20.000.00
ALSO FEATURING A WELL
STOCKED DIVE AND
MARINE STORE
P.O.Box N-1658
Telephone 24869
P.O. Box -f4858
Telephohe 2489

C14947
SAILBOAT, 9 ft. Whaler
Squall, unsinkable. Ideal for
young teenager with little uind
4 h.p. Johnson outboard. $400
O.N.O. Phone 3-4274.

I WTST1LEARN

C14946
WANT TO LEARN
LADY WISHES TO LEARN
ARABIC. TELEPHONE
3-1313.





.c1497


our dear husband and fathr,
towardd GranvlHe Smith, who
departed this lIfe on 16th JuAne
1967.
Earth has lost its looks of
gladness
Heaven seems to us more
bright
Since the spirit of our dear
loved father
Took Its happy homeward
flight.


How we long to cross rver
Long to rest upon ItI bow
WlU ws' ie i l.w'iMf
VANs W. A


TRAVELLING?


I


UT on"
Deleoetlein by AklrIe
Steamships. Contact
MUNDYTOURS at 24512.
6B -*J


IlL_


In -Mad nd rovI
the late Riv.
Burnsde of Fo
departed this lih
1970.
Safe in the arms a
Safe on his gentle
There by his ovi
Sweetly your sou
Gone but not
Sadly missed
Gertrude, son,
daughters, Edit!
grandchildren,
relatives andfrion
bow ~m


ig tmory of
George B.
Dx HUI, who
e June, 16th,
of Jeus,

LtOW rest.

forgotten
by his wife
Georg, two
Said Emily,
greatgrands,

gihter, EMILY.
--- - ,


.1..o t


FOR SALE
$064.60
ltDays i.n Europ




e tip btanotaxirTe by

deluxe aIJr ondlWOled
amotorceach with tour director.
Complete sightseeing Tours

Continental breakfast






A.A.CURRYCb.Lid.O
throughout, and most dinners
with wine.
2 AB tipa and taxes (except
airport taxes)
** Pus other special features.
Foe. further InformatIon
contacta-
EL. M CURRY O. N Pne
28L 1-7 Bay and Charlotte
Streets,


CI4872
SECRETARY"
PROFESSIONAL FIRM
REQUIRE FIRST CLASS
SECRETARY. APPLICANTS
-MUST HAVE AT LEAST
FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE
AND E CAPABLE OF
TAKING SHORTHAND AT
100 WORDS PER MINUTE
AND TYPING AT 0O WORDS
PER MINUTE. PLEASE SEND
WRITTEN RESUME TO
PEAT. MARWICK,
MITCHELL & CO., P 0 BOX
N123, NASSAU AHAMAS.


C14951
DRESSMAKER with at least
five years experience. Phone
41331 -9 a.m. 5 p.m.


In loving memory of our der C14944
and only grandson, Richard SECRETARY
Powell, Jr. who departed this Competent Secretary required.
shore, June 16, 1972. Must have several years
We love you so much we hate experience and excellent
to soe you go, but Jesus knows plg and shorthand speeds.
best. So smeep on and take your Good salt paid to ftable
rest. applicant. Plese send written
Sadly missed by his grand resume of experience "and
parents, Mor and DadAunts qulfiations t Sir RObert
and Uncles'. IAlpine. & Sons (Bahamas
U The Family. LP.O.Abx N-3919.










=Sma o-
B INESS PROfESSIONAL






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ANtENNAS
lsiandTV 2-2818
AUTOMOTIVE
Luaslatteries t
-OW Street Garage .2434
BOOKSTORE
Th Christisan eek
Shop 54744
BUSINESS FORMS
Executive
Printers 24267/5-4011
NABNTMT AKERS
Commonwealth
Funaftsife 31120
CAMERAS
John Bull 245i
ENTERTAINMENT

FhaP t Keap. gerviee 9115T


ISLAND FLORIST 2-.702
~. "1-5419
GARDEN &
PET SUPPL19'
Modernistic Garden Pat
Madeira Shop Pleta 2-2861
.a4au Gard & Pet
UnWtree AvN e i425=9


LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING


iMES WfAR_.


O, l S ,v "
Ltd. z-3910/1
PAPER
Commercial
Paper House 49731
PRINTING-
Wone's PrintIng 54506




WaniRubbe Stampp 545O


Chaniplon Sport Lamd 21-a6S
TRAVEL

R Curry Co.,246 1/7
TV REPAIRS
Channel Eleatronics LW.
t A.gyM R


Ths Directory
CALL


mewmm.
Liii


mem.


OmmmagMOUa
II.!.m iI


I some experience with
'consumer loan procedures and
be able to assist management
with Interviewng applints,
confducti q eM aecki .and,
4'fr^A-fA^.^^rp 9


C1487B1
SECRETARY REQUIRED
URGENTLY -Youlng la,
.Must be enthusiastic w r t
work anl with pleasant
personity. ihaM hs

wyagspW.$11, mNondlid"
working codi.tins and
attractive fringe benefits.
Phone Miss Pauline Hinds, ABC
Motors, Ltd. at 21031.
C14895
ATTRACTIVE, pleasant young
woman, personable, 20-35
years of age to work full or
part time demonstrating
health drinks and toiletry
products In supermarkets and
drug stores. Driving licence
essential, own transportation
desirable. Please write
DEMONSTRATOR, P. 0. Box
N236, Nassau, giving detallk of
age, job experience, telephone
number and photo.
C14807 ..
LEADING. Car Deoler 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
prgrammes for existing and
future models of vehiclese.
Please apply In writing, giving
background and references to
P 0. Box N-3006, Nassau.
C14907
ONE FARM LABOURER.
Must be hard worker.
Apply Mr. Stanley Forbes. P.
0. Box N7897, Nassau.
C14905
HANDYMAN to ao farming,
yard cleaning and other odd
Jobs. Telephone 3-7365 A.
A. Dean, Alexander House,
Robinson Road.
C14904
TWO MALE FARMERS ages
30 to 40. Must be hard
workers. Tel. 54996 Mrs.
Requllda Pratt.

SHELL Cleaner and Curer and
Handyman, at least five years
experience. Age 20 to 30. Call
2-4727.

EFFICIENT SECRETARY,
knowledge of shorthand
Contact 34744 or 45.
C14921
Wai&id a live in maid.
Write P. Box 1467. Nassau.
*C1493n1
WANTED B.hamian Gardener.
Apply 24420 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
weekdays.
C14932
SALES MANAGER needed to.
operate office supply and
business forms outlet in
Freeport. MUST have SOME
experience Only Bahamians
and Belongers need to apply.
Address reply giving full
resume to: OFFICE
MANAGER, P. 0. Box
ES6216' Nassau, Bahamas.
C14938
Experienced combination
gardener/Caretaker. Must havq
references. Call 5.3916
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
C14933 -1
HANDYMAN, to weed, mow
Olwn, clip hedges and clan
glasses for $10.00 a day.
Bahamian rqulted. Applicant
can hi Interviewed after 6p.m.
Siuey Park Avenue. Phone

C14939
Warehouse & Truck Driver
Helper. References required.
Telephone 2-3236 between 10
a.m. and 6 p.m.
C14930
2 FARM HANDS to live on
premises In Nassau. Must have
experience in Pig Farming and
Chicken Raising. Apply COW
PEN FARMS, P. O. Box 2260,
Nassau.
014953
FARM Labtourer to ~rid farm
and lean yard. Write to, P.O.
Box 1594, Nassau.
C 14 4 94 9 .. ." "
BANK O- MONTREAL
(BAHAMAS & CARIBBEAN)
LIMITEDO has the following lob
vacancy -
CONSUMER LOANS CLERK
The Individual should have


COMPANY
P. 0. IoxIeflw,
Dowdeswell and Christie Street
Telephone 21197, 23152.

MOiW -


Liv in maid to care for
children and do housework. C14"4 "


,%'*A- IRON At WELDING
His vacancies for two qualfled IN
welders.Phone 3-4292.


SPEMBEARTO
FOR
INSURANCE

Fire, Hurricane;,


.. m Ai en e.


UI I.L~


"" .. .i; "-t '"' ) _0" 6


i


AS REPRESENTATIVE -I
)9RIENCfI TO CALL
01 MERCHANTS & HOTELS
1- THIS AREA do* past
m, ad im references -
I -. THE 'MIAMI
,PM.P. O.: Box
7, MIAM. FLA.


LIVE in maid to care for 2
small children as 2 and 4.
Mt love a"Is. $55 per
M. Write Mrs. O'Brian. P. O.
Box N235. Nassa.
C14950
REQUIRED: Greek and
Frakh Pastry Chef at least 5
years experience with
references. Write P. 0. Box
NW3669. Nassau.
C14937
LIVE-IN MAID TO TAKE
CARE OF ELDERLY LADY.
phoon 5-1959, 9 a.m., to 5
p.m., or 5-4079 after 6 p.m.




C14759
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or trenching
done?
call
CARL G. TRECd
CONTRACTORS LTD. 24Q96
nr 5.8725.
-14913
BAHAMAS UPHOLSTERY
Add*y's Addition
Rebuilding, Repairing,
Refinishing
17 years experience
FREE ESTIMATES
Ralph Brown 5-9368
C14761

1Ikr's C'itom
kr.Irme Ltd.
mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. O. BOX N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
& DELIV.RY
MOVING, STORAGE
& PACKING
STEEL BANDING
& SHIPPING
HEAVY DUTY TRUCKING
FORK LIFT RENTAL
MECHANICAL HANDLING
EQUIPMENT
PSECIAL QUOTATIONS
EXCELLENT SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
CONTACT LYMAN PINDER
OR JACK CASH
Phone: 2-3795,2-3796
2-3797, 2-3798
Airport.-7-7434
FRE ESTIMATES
C14825
AUTOMOBILE
AIRCONDITIONING
We Install and repair
airconditloning in all model
cas.
We can also solve all other
airconditioning and
refrigeration problems.
GENERAL APPLIANCE
COMPANY
Telephone 3-6086
Box 2043 GT
Market Street South -

C14765
MASTER TECHNICIANS
LTD.. Mackey Street, your
Whirlpool distributor offer
rtfrigorators, jvashers, dryers,
compactors, freers, ice
makers, alrscondiltoners and
garbage dsposers.Wlth full
warranty on every home
appliance we sell. Service don
by factory trained mechanics
Telephone 23713.5-9322.

T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels .
SALES AND SERVICES
WORLD 0l MUSIC
Mackey Street

C14913 -
BAHAMAS UPHOLSTERY
Addertey's Addition
Rebuldln, Repairing,
Refilrshing
17 years experience
FREE ESTIMATES
Ralph Brown 34263.
C14751
SEWING MACHING ,
PARTS AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE


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GRAND BAHAMA



CLASSIFIED

M EW TRL S.00


C14764 SHAWNEE
DeIly Service between West
Pt i Beech and West End. For
Reervetions call The Grand
Bahama Hotel (Ext. 5).


C15223 -
COST CONTROLLER: To
analyze accounts payable for
proper expense distribution
Analyze purchase orders, daily
and weekly payroll cost for
each department. Assist Hotel
Comptroller in establishing and
maintaining internal functions
In revenue producing
departments. Should be over
30 years old. Police clearance
health certificate and letters of
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 ol
reference required.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL
WEST END, GRANC
BAHAMA, Personnel Office
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Mailing
Address: 158 Port Road, West
Palm Beach, Fla. 33404.Elon
Martin, Jr., Personnnel
Director.


C15249
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT to Manager,
Resale Department of large real
estate company. Must be
capable of handling customers'
Inquiries, making decisions and
carrying out administrative
duties in absence of Manager.
Several years experience in
similar position and
stenographic and typing skills
essential.
Apply to: Intercontinental
Realty Ltd., P. 0. Box F-260,
Freeport. Telephone 373-3020.
C15246
Tony Borsetto Mechanical
,Engineering has the following
vacancies.
(FOUR) ASPHALT
SPECIALISTS able to do
underground pipe Insulation
and wrapping.
(TWO1 PIPE WELDERS able
tO train otldrs anti bb able to
pass the X-ray test.
(THREE) HELPERS willing to
learn the mechanical
engineering field.
(ONE) INDUSTRIAL
MECHANIC.
Bahamians only apply in
person at 19 Poplar Crescent or
call Mr. Sanfus Kemp at
Freeport 352-5562 for
appointment.
C15245
CERTIFIED WELDER
required must be experence6
in all aspects of pipe and plate
welding and able to work on
own initiative.
SANDBLASTING MACHINE
OPERATOR must be able to
perform top quality work
without supervision.
FENCE ERECTOR must be
experienced have driving
licence.and be willing to work.
Only Bahamians need apply:
Noelco Group P. 0. Box
F-1235 (Tel: 352-9055).
C15248
AD M I N I STRATIVE
ASSISTANT to the Treasurer
of Intercontinental Realty Ltd.
Must be able to handle
administrative duties in
connection with detailed
accounting procedures,
financial and statistical reports
and tabulations. This position
also requires excellent
secretarial skills with great
accuracy in mathematics as
well as a substantial knowledge
of real estate business.
Telephone 373-3020 or write
to P. 0. Box F-260, Freeport.
C15247
Freeport Taxi Co., Ltd.
requires a CAB DISPATCHER
At least five years experience
as well as Accounting, ability
for calculation of driver's trip
sheets.


I KtLP MTE
C15251
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
INNKEEPER: One (1)
Executive Assistant Innkeeper.
Must have hotel experience,
must have worked in large
hotel before. Must be able to
assist in various departments
and training. Must have full
experience of all phases of
entire hotel.
For the above please apply to
the Personnel Department,
Holiday Inn of Lucayan Beach,
P. 0. Box F-760, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Bahamas.
Phone 373-1333, Ext. 28.
C15244
(5) MEN Age 21 to 40 to
work as refuse collectors on
refuse collection vehicles in the
Freeport area. Must have
physical ability to lift 75 to
100 Ibs. and dependability.
Apply in person to: Sanitation
Services Co., Ltd., Keats
Street, Freeport Out of Town:
call 352 9721 for additional
information. Bahamians Only
need apply.
C15241
Wanted SIGN ARTIST AND
SILK SCREEN MAN. Must
have at least 5 years experience
in the trade and able to do own
layouts.
Freeport Decorators Ltd.
Phone 352-5557.


C15243
FARMER required
immediately.
Please call Mrs. Elizabeth
Williams at Freeport 352-9338,
between 9 and 5.
C15252
QUALIFIED CHEMIST/
PLANT MANAGER for
leading Bahamian distillery.
Must have at least 10 years
experience in all fields of the
distilling operation.
BOTTLING LINE WORKERS
(Female), part time, must have
experience. Bahamians only
need apolv.
TOOL AND DIEMAKER,
must have knowledge of
operating bottling machinery,
electrical, automotive and
air-conditioning- repairs and
installations.
Apply in person or write to:
Todhunter Mitchell & o.,
Ltd., P. 0. Box. F,4M4'
Queens Highway, Freeport,
C15250
Freeport Utility has opening
for a CORPORATE CHIEF
SEIGIN4EERf with overall
responsibility for the deslgr.
and construction of all inside
and outside telephone plant
facilities. The job function
includes secondary res-
ponsibility in plant
maintenance. At least 10 years
experience in North American
telephone engineering required.
Emphasis on COE and PABX
engineering desired.
Send resume and salary
requirements to: General
Manager, Grand Bahama
Telephone Company Ltd., Post
Office Box F-2478, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Bahamas.
C15218
King's Inn & Golf 0 Club
requires (10) BREAKFAST
COOKS. Responsible for the
preparation of all brefIstt
items on the menu includIng
any specialized items and their
sauces, garnishes, oiMelts,
vegetables, fish and poultry
items. Must have knowledge Of
menu planning and ability to
understand portion control
conct.ots. Previous exierkence
*in same or slmilaer position
r hired. Should also hve
experience working In a large
Hotel or good busy Restaurant,
Will be responsible for dlihind
out all items from the waiter's
food orders. Must have at lesd
2-3 years experience t
breakfast cook. -. Good
reteren.es and clean police
certificate absolutely
necessary.
Interested applicants apply to
Personnel Office, King's Inn &
Golf Club, P. 0. Box P-207
FreeportGrand Bahama. _


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that JOHN DOUGLAS
CAMPBELL of South Beach, Fox Hill P. 0. Box S133 is'
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-e h
from the 8tf. day of June, 1974, to The Woot.
responsible for Nationality and Citloenhlp, MIfntWy .
Home Affairs, Nassau.


_--


HIATHCLUF


1 TELL YOU SOMETHING ST PEEKEP
IN TA1 WINDOW/.f'




NOTICE is hereby given that ETHEL GRANT of Mini St.
Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 8th day of June, 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N3002, Nassau.





NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that WAI MING LIU of Robinson
Road, Nassau, N.P. Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality anhd Citizenship, for
naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should,
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 8th day of
June 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002
Nassau, Bahamas.





NOTICE

NOTICE Is hereby given that MINERVA LOUISA ALLEN
of West Avenue, P. 0. Box E.S.5863, Nassau, Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalisation should not be
granted should send a written and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days from the 8th day of June
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N-3002.
Nassau.





NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARJORIE ELIZABETH
McFARLANE of Strachan Corner, Nassau, Bahamas is
applying to.the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
Mro the 15th day of June, g1/4 to me Minister
M: Ir Nonality and Citizenship, Ministry of
x f1440rs O 02. Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby ven that ROGER PETER CARRON of
Cnr S E 1tern Roa In the Island of New
AdNNl* tis 8pying to the Minister responsible for
Nationallty and Citimenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
Why registration would not be granted sh would send a
vi signda statement of the facts within
*M. one t1 59th day of Jun 1974 to TheM
~i ,Ip for Natiftnllty and CRiAinship,
,,| ft~tyaH)>fc@trsP. O.B xN 8, Neeu.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that PATRICIA DAPHNE LEE of
3rd Terrace West, Centreville, Nassau Bahamas P. 0. Box
N479 is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The
Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 8th day of June 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs
P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that OLIVER JAMES C. MISSICK
of P. 0. Box N-4439, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 8th day of
June, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ALFRED JOSEPH of
Peachtree Street, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 8th day of
June 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N3002,
Nassau, Bahamas.


Peom t"he hwt Oenan chem-
ptonhip. White (to MpIs) t a
pawn down and only
aunpdV poat1o1. But -Whita
next move forow a nsea-
demative advaulge. What was
the move, and why was it so
strong ?
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age; 10 minute, nqctee.






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fa we4.o top.

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BRING
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NOMTCE


NOTICE is hereby given that LOUISE TUCKER of Auguste
Street, Nassau is applying to the M r responsible f
Nationality and Citizenship for relation as a citimea of
The Bahamas, end that any person who knows any reamn
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 8th day of June 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs P. O. Box N4-3002, Nassau.


NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that DOROTHY ELIZABETH
GLINTON of Eight Mile Rock Grand Bahama is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship.
for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas and that any
person who knows.any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eIght days from the 15th day of
June 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that ROSE ELENE FORBES of
Sea Grape Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 15th day of June, 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that ROSEBUD ELORIA REID of
Soldier Road, Windsor Place is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 15th day of June, 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ALUERINE MERCEDES
ROBERTS of Corlett Road Pyfrom's Addition New
Providence is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 15th day of June, 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.


NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that ISABEL A. MAYHAN of
Peter St. East, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 15th day of June, 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.


A


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ANTHONY PIERRE
DUMERVIL also known as Anthony Johnson of Poinciana
Avenue New Providence is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 15th day of
June, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


Commonwealth of the Bahamas


TENDEIS ER TRI IlL M


The Treasurer hereby gives notice that tenders will be received on
18th June, 1974 for Treasury Bills to be issued under the Public
Bills Act 1959 and the Public Treasury Bills Amendment Act
Thursday, 20th June, 1974 as follows:-
Bills denominated and payable in
Bahamian dollars ............ B$2,700,000.00.


Tuesday,
Treasury
1965 on


The bills will be in minimum multiples of $100 and are redeemable
ninety-one (91) days from the date of issue.

The bills will be issued and paid at The Central Bank of The Bahamas.
Details of payment will be notified to successful tenderers in letters of
acceptance.

Each tender must be in a sealed envelope marked "Tender" addressed to:-

THE BANKING MANAGER
The Central Bank of The Bahamas


and should be delivered to the office of The Central Bank in the E. D.
Sassoon Building, corner of Shirley and Parliament Streets, Nassau before
3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, 18th June, 1974.

Tenders must be made on special forms which may be obtained from The
Central Bank of The Bahamas and the Commercial Banks and must be for
not less than the minimum amount stated in paragraph 2. Tenders must state
the net price per cent (being a multiple Of one cent) wicth, wIl e paid.

The Treasurer reserves the right to reject any or aiiAhds. "


The Treasury Department
Nassau, Bahamas


12th June, 1974.


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NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that FRANCIS G.EORG of,
Thompson Road off East Street, New Providence is,
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalization as a citizen of The Bahanrs
and that any person who knows any reason why
neturaisation should not be granted shod send a ri
aft igped statement of the fl=te u WI 40 t LIS
*qin the 18th day of June 1974 Tm Th Mnm
responsible for Nationality and CItiMtoship, Militry
Mnme Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002, Nasu.


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I GET ALL MY MAIL UNDER "HE
NAME OF OCC/MN."


CROSSWORD

PUZZLE
ACROSS 25. Pipe joint
26. Epochal
I. Biblical 27. Court
mountain 28. Trifle
7. Chess and golf 29. Moth
12 Midnight rider 30. Audition
13. Egg-shaped 31. Spread to dry
14 White clay 32. Meadow
15. Replenish 33. Troops
16. Leaflet 34. Grating
17. Speak 36. Myself
imperfectly 37. High-priced
18. Infant 39. Boat basin
21. Sesame 43. Shackles
22. Antiquated 44. Emerged


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
45. Water craft 2. Turmeric
46. Excluded 3. Coin of Macao
DOWN 4. Kind of race
1. Flatboat 5. Parched
9 so 6. Half score
r7. Ape
- 8. The birds
9. Working force
* 10. French summer
S 11. Shirr
17. Climbing vine
2 2 18 Worst
Z 23 2 19. Lily plant
20. Bully
21. Aligned
1 -o 23. Rich soil
24. Rowboat
S 26. Oval
33. High nest
35. Western resort
- 36. Harp0
37. Thus: Lat.
38. Pewter coin
39. Miss West
- 40. Doctrine
41. Fiber cluster
oatures 6-18 42. Termite


awl-


i- OW many
n words of
R four letters
or more can
you make
From the
here.? In
making a
word. each
letter may
be used once
only. Each
word must contain the large
letter, and there must be at
least one eight-letter word In the
list. No plurals: no foreign words;


no proper names. TODAY'S
TARGET : 34 words. good;
41 words, very good; 53 words.
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
SATURDAY'S SOLUTION:
Adit adopt adroit orist astir
atop trip dart dirt dispart
disport doat dolt drolt lota east
PARODIST parotid Dart put
pastor port posit pest rait rapt
ratio riot roast rota sort spat
spirt spit sport spot sprat sprit
staid stair star stir stop strap
strip strop tapir tiro toad torpid
trap triad trio trip tripod tripos
trod.


THE Make You Very CROSS-word. The one with no numbers and.
except for the first in each section, no order to the cla. One
hint by compiUer Tim McKay : The nine-letter words in the Aerow
section shbuld be tackled first. Solution on Monday.


24k Comac


REX MORGAN, M.D


I _CARROLL RIGHTER'S



from the Cwr Riehr Inutitn t
4 GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day of
opportunities in many directions, especially in
making changes that can bring more efficiency and progress to
whatever talents are yours. Constructive efforts during the
evening hours can easily bring success.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) A discussion with associates
over a plan that is highly commendable brings fine results. Go
after your most cherished goals.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You are able to get the data
you need from a higher-up now that will help you become
more successful. Be more thoughtful.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) A fine day for getting
together with fine pals. Also, plan what is best for you to do in
the future and make plans for such.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) A course of action
you have decided upon should be carried out as quickly as
possible. Don't neglect any payments.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) A plan you have in mind can
bring you real success in the future. Do nothing in the evening
that could ruin your reputation.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Make better arrangements
with associates. Listen to the voice of your intuition and let
your hunches help you. Be logical.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You have many new ideas that
an associate comprehends. See what can be done to have
greater success. Relax at home tonight.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You have quite a work load
today so don't waste time doing the wrong things. Do nothing
that could endanger your health.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Anything you like to
do of an amusement nature is fine. Mate needs encouragement
so show the depth of your devotion.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) If a family member gives
you an idea, study it carefully and follow through if you think
it practical. Be cheerful.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb.19) You can have a delightful
time today and tonight if you join congenials you truly like.
Do something thoughtful for mate.
PISCES (Feb 20 to Mar. 20) Study your assets carefully and
do whatever will improve them. A new plan you have should
be studied for practicability.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will have
much ability in varying directions but requires guidance from a
strong and capable person to achieve desired results. There are
constant changes of ideas here so teach to finish whatever has
once been started, or little will be accomplished. Give good
spiritual training.


TARGET


Dal Curtis


Paul Nichols


APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzky |


Rupert and the Floating Bell-38


"Please, there's some mystery about th:s! "
The sight of the logs baffles Rupert. "They
must be part of the pile that was delivered to
your house. You see, we mistook them for
your fuel, but I can't think who could have
brou-;t them here." The inventor pays
little attention to Rupert but shows movie
interest in two little figures approaching along


the woodland path. Is that another load of
logs they're bringing ? he hoots. The new
arrivals prove t3 be Freddy and Ferdy Fox.
They stagger into the clearing with the tw3
barrows filled w;th logs. Here's some more
fuel for you, sir," pants Freddy, emptying his
load. We're being as quick as wc can


"Yes, another three trips and we'll bring you
the rest of the fuel," says Ferdy. It's very
hard work, but we don't mind." Losing patience
the inventor waves his arms at the foxes.
" Fuel! he houts. I don't need logs for
fuel I" Oh deer, this is a muddle," sighs
Rupert. "We were to blame first of all. We
thought the woodman's logs-" But the


When the downcast fox"e have gone the
inventor qultkly recovers his good humour.
"Now About that bright Idea of yours," he
say, swinging Or off his feet. "When
we Iret met you out I was making the
woods warm and *esy with my hot air."
" Ye.**," W y Gregory. But it was silly cf
me--" ". NO, no, an excellent plan I "


inventor refuses to listen. I don't care
whose mistake it was I" he cries. "These
two brought them here and they can take
them all back to the woodman. I've no use
for logs I" The foxes are dumbfounded, but
dare not disobey. "All our work for nothing,"
whimpers Ferdy as they refill the barrows.


declares the inventor. "We'll make it warm
enough for a picnic in the open I He goes
to h.s underground entrance and climbs
down, telling Gregory to follow. "You can
lay the table," he smiles. Rupet g;ves
Pong-Ping a puzzled glance. That doesn't
make sense," he whispers.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Clues Across
They are here again, according
to the old song. (5. 41
Staunch. (9)
Unwell. (3)
Verse. (4)
f'rack down. (5)
Bird. (5)
Idled. (6)
State in the Middle East. (6)
Great fear. (6)
Genuine. (4)
Caught a limpse. (7)
swallow. (3)
Clues Down
His study Is of thin past. (9)
Sar lit us (anag.). (9)
Situation. (5)
sing In Swiss fashion. (5)
mentg. (9) D
E n t ertain-
Lured. (?)
Nothing
(4)
Above. (4)
Nag (4) LL
Filer. (5)
Distant. 4)
Foolish.
To car l
L1 tl g ates.
(4) rsttrdea'a es"attde

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
QUIZ
With the Wwtd Chanmpon-
shi9 in full awing, it is appro-
priate to present as today
Quiz a iamd played by Ita W'a
Pietro Forquet at the winter
tournament in AUlcane. Even
with al four hands on view the
reader won't find the contract
D aer West: N/8 VaL
North
S10 6 2
0 AJ04

West East
K 9 J 8 7 4
0973 V5
09 73 0 A KKQ54
4 A K 10 9 2"iJ 86

KQ J 8 6 2
10
SQ3
West North East South
Pass Pass 10 DUe
Redble Pass Pass 13
2 Pass Pass 2m
3est the &AK, then the
0to Bt' &Q. Forquet irUffed
the club con usUQ and gave
tis mind to the apde oiton.
surely West wouldn't have
redoubled and then bid up to
34 without an outside honour
somewhere. kce he had
nmtthin in the red sults, he was
marked with the 4K and the
onry hope m to ft It a
d eto 6. SoPiet ledt216*A,
then te 4A to West's 4K. 7
07 oame ba9.
wow camod adt aod
another ade?
A Y.SIS :Th pepi on that
07 provWded thomrton. Pow-
qest coere drdummn's 06.
ued Bt''s K. and cmela=
to the 10, contnue4 wh the
OJ, fac out BA QA.
Now dINN 0e took care t
the losir aiWe.


S~....... .....


Rupert and the Floating Bell-39


Rupert and the Floating Bell-40


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JUDGE PARKER









TIHE TRIBUNE - Saturday, June 15, 1974.


Del Jane get back into their stride


By Gladstone Thurston
LEAGUE LEADING Del Jane Saints
had no problem ending their three game
set back. They clipped opposing pitcher
Edward Dean for eight solid hits enroute
to a 13-0 victory over cellar dwelling
Carroll's Food Store in the first of last
night's double header at the Q.E.S.C.
The five inning contest was
complemented by left and centre fielder
Eddie Ford's towering three run homer
cver right field fence. Ford tops Del
Jane's batting with a steady .394.
The Saints chances of breaking Big Q's
18 game winning streak was stymied by
the Marlins who in taking two from Del
Jane ended their rally at IS. The Saints
returned to Nassau and drew four all with
Citibank Chargers before losing 3-2 to


Becks Bees last week.
The sound pitehbbmg of winner Roace
Hall together with great offence sacred
the Saints of their 25th victory against
eight lose which moved them a game
and a half ahead of the Chargers.
Hall who leads the Bahamas Baseball
Association's earn run average with 1.18
gave up one hit, struck out five and
allowed only two runners on base. Hall
captured his ninth win and moved his
total strike outs to 60.
Dean found the mound sticky and wet.
He commented that he was unable to
even get a good kickoff. He walked six
and struck out only one.
He opened his game pitching eight
consecutive balls which placed Bradley
Johnson and John Adderley on base.
Ford who was the third batter in the


bottom of the first frame could not resist
Dean's tempting floater and -..nil the
pitch dean out of the park.
Huel Riley, Peter Bethel and Anthony
Bowe all put together base hits that
accounted for three more of Del Jane's
runs.
In the following two Innings., Carroll's
defence faltered considerably reaching
the stage whereby it was obvious that the
game was heading for a five inning
closure. According to a B.B.A. rule, a
game Is halted after five when one team is
winning by ten or more runs.
They climaxed the third inning with
three more runs including catcher Ed
Moxey's two run hit that gave the Saints
their 13-0 lead. From then on. it was lust
a matter of marking time.


Magnificent Moss



routs Heineken


By Kerrington Wilkinson
MICHAEL MOSS hurled
seven superb innings keeping
his record in ten games
untarnished when he struck
out eleven and gave up four
hits in Citibank Chargers 9-1
routing of Heineken Stars to
stay within 1'A games of league
leading Del Jane Saints last
night at Queen Elizabeth
Sports Centre.
Del Jane host a record of


2 BALL


25-8 while Citibank boast a
22-8 win-loss column.
Both sides were scoreless
until the third frame. In the
third frame Heinekens achieved
their first base runner, first hit
and scored a tally.
Bolrich Ellis became the first
Heineken to reach first base
when he walked to start the
third frame.
Ossie Sweeting struck out
and losing pitcher Stan Smith


spanked a single up the middle
away from the glove of second
baseman Adlai Moss to put
runners on the corners.
In a attempt to steal second
base Smith was thrown out by
catcher Sidney "Butts" Outten
to Adlai Moss applying the tag.
Panzy Johnson walked, then
rookie first baseman Gassman
Miller blooped a single in the
shallow right field between the
out going Adlai Moss and the
converging Tony Duvalier to
score Ellis for a one run lead.
Paul Demeritte opened the
bottom half of the third inning
for Citibank with a line shot
through the extensive gap
between first and second base
for a single.
Lloyd Bowleg walked and
Demeritte was forced out to
third on a fielder's choice off
the bat of Adlai Moss.
Sammy Johnson hit an
indentical blast to Demeritte's
to plate Bowleg from second
with the tying tally.
Heineken blew a beautiful
opportunity to go ahead in the
fourth when Ben Rolle walked
with one out and hustled to
third base after his brother
John Rolle singled to right
field that teed off Duvalier's
knee and roiled some 25 feet
away.
.ammvy Jam" Glover
affiliated Smith's first pitch to


right field bouncing over Panzy
Johnson's head for a stand up
triple to start off Citibank's
fourth. Glover scored when
Outten bounced out second to
first.
Moss kept his ordinance on
the mound through the
remaining three frames limiting
the Stars to one hit.
In the fifth inning the
Chargers really charged when
they sent 12 batters to the'plate
and ultilized 4 walks and 4
base hits to score 7 runs
rounding off their scoring.
CITIBANK
ab r h rbl
L. Bowleg ss 2 2 0 0
A. Moss 2b 2 1 0 0
S. Johnson ib 4 1 3 2
K. Monroe cf 4 0 1 0
,B. Burrows dh 3 0 1 0
T. Duvalier rf 3 1 0 0
S. Glover if 3 2 1 0
S. Outten c 4 1 ; 1
P. Demeritte 3b 4 1 2 1
M. Moss p 0 0 0 o


HEINEKEN
ab r
P. Johnson rf 2
.G. Miller Ilb 2 0
P. Saunders ph I
B. Albury c 2 0
B. Carroll cf 3 I
B. Rolle 3b 2 0
J. Rolle ss 3 0
B. Ellis 2b 2
O. Sweeting If 1 1
W. Thompson 2 0
S. Smith p 3 I
23


Volleyball suspended


BAHAMAS Volleyball
Federation's action tonight and
tomorrow has been suspended
due to the gymnasiums being
used for examinations. The
series is expected to resume on
Monday.
STANDINGS
Ladies League
W L
Bees S 0
Jets 3 2
B.C.B. 1 2


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Britain loses
BRISBANE Australia de-
feated Great Britain 12-6 in
their first rugby league test
here today.
Australia winger Warren Orr
scored the only try of the
match, which lacked fire.
All-stars
THE INTER District
Basketball Competition's
junior league all-star game will
be played on Monday night
(7:30) at the Father Marshall
Cooper Park in Mason's
Addition.
The following are those
selected to play. Soulsville
League T. Culmer (Fabrics),
D. Seifert (Fabrics), R. Cooper
(Fabrics), W. Ferguson (Pros),
L. Farrngton (jros), 3. Davis
(Hawks), P. Thompson
(Hawks), C. Pratt (Cannons),
C. Stubbs (Cannons), S. Wilson
(Raiders), C. Fountain
(Rfaiders), C. Fountain (Rai-
ders), T. Nabby (Jammers), P.
Walks (Jammers), K. Rolle
(Bulls), A. Dugay (Bulls). T.
Blyden (coach) and M. Bowe
(assistant coach).
Fort Fincastle League
Strachan (Fabrics), K. Moxey
(Fabrics), G. Trotman (Pros).
K. Marshall (Pros), L. Bowe
(Pros.), R. Archer (Hawks), D.
Trembley (Hawks.), P. Dean
(Cannons), T. McSweeney
(Cannons), S. Elliot (Raiders),
A. Stuart (Raiders), A.
Seymour (Jammers). T. Curry
(Jammers), L Graves (Bulls),
D. Moss (Bull). -B. Totman
(coach) and S. Thompson
(assistant coach).





MOFRISI
i:X


Scotland

win,

Aussies

lose
DORTMUND Scotland
defeated Zaire 2-0 in the
World Cup Friday and moved
into the lead in group 2.
The victory sent the Scots
one point ahead of Brazil and
Yugodavia, who drew 0-0 in
the opening match of the
tournament Thursday.
But it was a disappointing
result for Scotland, who had
hoped to pile up a big score
against the unrated Africans.
Scotland led 24) at
half-time with goals by Peter
Lorimer in 'he 21st minute
and Joe Jordan in the 31st
minute.
Meanwhile, the Australians
last 0-2 to East Germany.
The Australians, a team of
part-timers welded into an
efficient force by
Yugoslav-born coach
Zvonimir Rasic, held together
until a 63rd minute own goal
by Colin Curran gave East
Germany the lead they had
been looking for.
Curran hit the ball in the
net racing back to cut off a
shot by Jurgen Sparwasser,
who fired in from 18 yards,
alone and unmarked on the
left. The shot looked to be
going home anyway.
Joachim Freich scored East
Germany's second in the 74th
minute, hitting an
unstoppable volley from eight
yards.

Germans still
favourites


LONDON British book-
makers have rated host nation
West Germany a hot favourite
to win the world soccer cup.
The latest odds: West
Germany 2-1; Italy'9-2; Brazil
11-2; Holland and Yugoslavia
8-1; East Germany 16-1;
Argentina 18-1; Uruguay 22-1;
Scotland 25-1; Poland 28-1;
Sweden, Bulgaria and Chile
40-1; Australia, Haiti and Zaire
250-1.

Today's games:
Sweden 0, Bulgaria 0.
Netherlands 2 Uruguay 0.


Friday's results:
Group I West Germany 1,
Chile 0
Group I East Germany 2,
Australia 0
Group 2 Scotland 2. Zaire 0


England axe
Boycott
LONDON England left
out opening batsman Geoff
Boycott for the second cricket
test against India which starts
at Lords next Thursday.
Boycott made only 10 and


Boston
Cleveland
Milwaukee
Baltimore
Detroit
New York
Oakland
Kansas City
Texas
Chicago
Minnesota
California


Amrican LaLgue
EAST DIVISION
W L
33 25
29 28
28 28
29 29
29 29
30 31
WEST DIVISION
32 27
30 28
31 29
26 28
24 31
26 34
FRIDAY'S RESULTS


PCT. *J -
.56 '.
.509
.500 4

.492 41
.542
.517 1i
.517 1%
.481 3%
.436 6
.492 6h


Minnesota 8, Cleveland 2
Baltimore 2. Chicago 1
Kansas City 4, Detroit 3
Texas 7, Milwaukee 2
New York at Oakland, incomplete
Boston at California, incomplete
THURSDAY'S RESULT
Kansas City 5, Milwaukee 4


Philadelphia
St. Louis
Montreal
Chicago
New York
Pittsburgh

Los Angeles
Cincinnati
Atlanta
Houston
San Francisco
San Diego


National League
EAST DIVISION
W L
32 28
30 28
26 27
24 31
23 35
22 34
WEST DIVISION
43 19
34 24
34 26
31 31
31 33
26 40
FRIDAY'S RESULTS


PCT.
.533
.517
.491
.436
.397
.393

.694
.586
.567
.500
.484
.394


Chicago 10, Houston 7
Atlanta 6, St. Louis 1
Los Angeles 3, New York 2
Pittsburgh 4, San Francisco 2
Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia 4
San Deigo 5, Montreal 4.
THURSDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 1, Chicago 0
New York at Atlanta, ppd., rain

Golf lineup


EIGHT TEAMS have
confirmed their intention to
play in the second annual
Bahamas Golf Association/
Lord Jewellers interclub
invitational tournament
scheduled for June 23 at the


South Ocean.
Those clubs confirmed are
defending champs the
Dolphins, Blue Hill, Sonesta
Beach, South Ocean, Paradise
Island, Palmdale, the B.A.G.C.,
and Lyford Cay.


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