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By Etienne Dupuch
LATE IN 1970, Prime Minister Pindling made a surprising
statement.
I thought at the time that perhaps he had made a slip of the
tongue ... just another of the errors in judgment for which the
P.L.P. under his leadership had become notorious.
But he had not made a mistake. He meant every word he said,
because he repeated ... and r-emphasised ... the statement at a
mass Independence Rally on the Southern Recreation Grounds
on Sunday, July 21, 1971 of the National Women's Movement,
headed by the Hon. Dr. Doris Johnson.
A report of the meeting, published in The Tribune the
following day, listed the Very Rev. Fr. Bonaventure Dean and the
Rev. Dr. R. E. Cooper as being with the group of politicians on
the platform. They also spoke at this meeting. Happily for the
Catholic Church "Father" Bonaventure is now an Ex. but I)r.
Cooper is still a "Big Wheel" in the Baptist communion.
On that occasion Mr. Pindling declared that "it should be
known that there is no external threat to the Bahamas. Rather
than coming from the outside the greatest threat to t Ih
security of the Bahamas will come from the inside. This has been
the experience of every country. So while it would be useless and
wasteful to talk of an army or navy or air force, greater care
should be taken to build up, train and equip our police force as
an efficient security unit."
DAY OF AWAKENING
In his first statement he was more specific. His reference was to
the new independent nations.
lie completely ignored the fact that Cuba's Castro had niiadI
threats about the possible need for him to take over the Bahamas.
I asked at that time why ... if independence was to( bring
wealth and happiness to the Bahamian people ... the Premier
should fear the possibility of an internal uprising.
I knew that the time would come wheh the people would
realize that they had been fooled by the P.L.P.'s grossly
exaggerated claims for independence.
And because of the inconsistency of Mr. Pindling's claims ..
glory on the one hand and conflict on the other ... I felt that Mr.
Pindling also knew that the day of awakening was coming. And
so, when it came ... he wanted to be ready to sternly suppress the
people who had placed him on a pedestal and labelled him their
Moses.
'This, I sad, was the first step towards a dictatorship.
In the House Of Assembly on Wednesday Prime Minister
Pindling tabled an Emergency PowcTAct which will come up for
second reading and committal and possible third reading and
passing in the House of Assembly on Wednesday.
Details of the extraordinary powers over the freedom and
property of the citizens given the government in this Bill have
been published in The Trihune and fuller details were given in this
newspaper yesterday in reports of public meetings at which
protests were lodged, and so I won't reprint any features of the
Bill in this column.
But I have the feeling that this is a part of a grand plan because
you will recall that Deputy Prime Minister Arthur Hanna wanted
some of the provisions in this Bill to be included in the
Independence constitution but the Opposition delegates to the
London conference fought the issue and the British government
shot it down.
Now they are getting the powers Mr. Hanna wanted written
into the constitution in the Bill now before the House ... and
more besides.

EMERGENCY POWERS
In a protest speech at a public meeting Thursday night Senator
Henry Bostwick was right when he said that he had nothing
against emergency powers in the hands of a "responsible"
government.
This statement reminded me of the chapter in Mario Lazo's
book "American Policy Failures in Cuba ... Dagger in the Heart"
in which he reports on Castro's first year of power. This is a
remarkable book. I wish it were possible for every Bahamian ...
and every American ... to read it.
One of the first things Castro did on gaining control of his
island was to take unto himself Emergency Powers ... which are
very much like the powers Mr. Pindling and his government are
now asking the legislature to give them.
If you have a copy of this book you will find the passage to
which I refer on page 198. If you don't have a copy of this book I
recommend that you order a copy through one of the book shops
in the island. It's a book everyone in this area should read if they
want to understand the situation that is unfolding in this
hemisphere ... and the dark possibilities for Bahamian people.

I want to be fair. The government claims that it has no ulterior
motives in proposing this Bill at this time.
If this is true, then I can tell them that they could not have
picked a worse time for making this proposal.
There were some signs that since the easing of immigration
restrictions by the Prime Minister there was some evidence of a
renewal of confidence. Nothing could have been better calculated
to destroy this hope than a government under pressure asking for
Emergency Powers that follow the pattern pursued by Castro and
other ruthless dictators in today's upside down world society.

Another shock hit the country today.
Norman LeBlanc's Commonwealth Bank has been closed down
by the government. It is generally reported that Robert Vesco is
associated with this bank.
This will further swell the ranks of the unemployed. And once
again a large number of innocent depositors will probably be hard
hit.
Bit by tiny bit this country seems to be falling apart.

This town is rocking with reports of a major scandal in one of


the Ministries of Government.
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Tribune photo contest winner flies to England


Mr. and Mrs. Stirling


MARGARET Stirling, winner of the
Tribune-Pan American Airways photo contest,
and her two children, Andrew, 11 and Fiona,
10 left Nassau this afternoon for a 13-week
tour of the west of England.
Mrs. Stirling received a round-trip ticket for
two to one of 21 European cities serviced by
Pan American after she was selected the
winner of the contest which was held on
August 25 of last year.
Although Mrs. Stirling won the contest by
identifying a large number of pictures taken in
Europe, and although she is Scottish-born, she
never did manage to cross the Channel to the
Continent. Her travels have been mainly over
the North American continent.


Margaret attributes her success in the
contest to the fact that she is an avid reader.
She consulted National Geographic magazines,
other travel books and even novels by authors
famous for their descriptions of scenes and
cities, such as Dennis Wheatley and Helen
Mclnnes.
In addition, she has a great interest in
history, which is usually centred around places
as well as people.
Mrs. Stirling said she was "quite excited"
when she discovered that she had won the
contest.
William Stirling, Margaret's husband, will
not be joining his family until August 15.
The Stirlings' first stop in the west of


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Commonwealth


Bank


By NICKI KELLY
BAHAMAS Comimonwealth
Bank, linked internationally
with the activities of financier
Robert Vesco, yesterday had
its licence revoked by
government on grounds it had
been operating "in a manner
deirinmental to the public
interest ,and to the intleit i ot
its depositors and otIher
creditors."
Th"i ord,'t w.s .is nm'd by thi:
(.;ovrnor M OlCC'a! on the
advice of I)Deputy Prime
\ li l, r a!nd Finance Minister
Arthur Ilanna and became
effective immediately after the
bank closed to business
yesterday,
Action against Bahaitnas
Comnionwealth is the result I
findings monde by the ac-
counting firm of Peat
Marwick Mitchell which was
instructed last year by the
Monetary Authority, now the
Central Bank, to make an
examination and statement of
condition on the Bank.
The Peat Marwick report is
regarded as confidential and it
is not likely it will be made
public by the Central Bank.
According to law all banks
and trust complanies licensed to
dco business in the Bahamas
must publish an audited
statement annually. No audit
of Bahamas ('ommonwealth
has been made during the two
years it has been in operation
in the Bahamas.
The reason, reportedly, was
that all auditing firms
approached were fearful of
then being subpoenaed to
appear before hearings of the
U.S. Securities Exchange
commission n which filed suit
against Mr. Vesco and 41 other
defendants in 1972 alleging the
fraudulent diversion of $224
million from four funds
belonging to investors in the
lOS mutual fund complex.
Since examination of the
bank's condition was carried
out on instructions of the
Monetary Authority the


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auditing firn is not likely to
become involved in the SI (
c ase .'.
With B('B's licence revokedl.
the next step is for a crcdiior
to petition the Supreme (ourt
for liquidation undtilI
couLit-appointed liquidathl If
previous liquidations of thi
nature are any ex.AIipl', the
proci lurie i' likely in list thi
se"wvil years.
Bahamas Coninonwalth is
known to have funded a
number of business take-ovlrs
hy Bahamians closely
associated with members of the
government. I hese included
the catering facilities at Nasss;u
International Airport anl(d
Freepoil Airport by a groiip
headed by (;arrel! (tligei)
inlaiyson, the I I roro
restaurant, Business Syste iIs
anid the Topeka Iottl g,
('olmpany, now known as
Bahamas Beverages. l.td.
BCB itself owns .(rarnd
Bahama Leasing, parent
company of Central G(;:ia
Michael Maura's Tourist
Service; and 50 per ccnl of the
shares of Motor Centte ltd..
the new Datsun dealer
Affiliates of the bank ari


(;loh.bl Holdings Ltd. which in
turn controls International
:ii Lrp L.td. ;and Valuce
Capital Ltd., the Bahamian
holding companies into which
the banking and real estate
js-;,ts of IOS were placed in
1 7 1.
Another affiliate is Geneial
B.halaian (Compianies Ltd
which h contiols \BC Mtors.
b.irns I lous, (Cole Thompsont
I'lia rimacies. National Data
Processing group p Services Ltd
and Leisure Time Ltd.,
operator of the financially
troubled Sonesta Beach Hotel.
In addition G(BC also owns
Charlotte Street Securities and
C'hailotte House where
Bahamas Commonwealth is
located.
At the peak of the pyramid
is Mr. Norman P. LeBlanc.
president of Bahamas
Common weal th
According to Mr. LeBlanc he
b caime "financially di.s-
associated in every way" from
Mr. Vesco after his company.
(; 1 o ba I H o Id in g s
Ltd purchased the ma: .ity
stock of International Bancorp
and Value Capital from MI
Vesco during his tenure .as


wins injunction


against directors


By MIKE LOTHIAN

THE SUPREME Court
Wednesday issued a temporary
injunction restraining four
ousted generall Bahamini
Companies direct rs from
acting as though they are still
officers of the conglomerate.
The four, GB( president and
director Arthur McZier and
directors Norman P. LeBlanc,
George A. Smythe and Stanley
Graze, were ordered June 11 to
vacate their GBC positions by
Security Capital Corporation, a
Canadian company with 88
percent ownership of GBC.
In an application for the
injunction filed Wednesday


morning, GBC claimed that
"the defendants, or some ,of
them, have continued to hold
themselves out as directors of
the plaintiff (GBC) and, in the
case of Arthur McZici, as an
officer of the plaintiff. have
inter-meddled in the plaintiff's
affairs: have purported to give
directions to the employees of
the plaintiff: and have
purported to give instructions
on behalf of the plaintiff to the
bankersof the plaintiff."
in a supporting affidavit
GBC vice president Robert
Albert claimed also that Mr
McZier on June 17 wrote to
GBC's five main subsidiary
companies ordering the five to
deliver all their corporate
records to him.
On Wednesday also. Messers.
McZier and Graze filed a
counter-suit, seeking an
injunction to restrain Security
Capital from removing them
from their GBC positions, on
grounds that they represented
Bahamas Commonwealth
Bank, holder of 900 of GBC's
900.000 issued shares, and that
Security Capital's action would


adversely affect the investment
in GBC of a number of
Baha m ian minority
shareholders, including BCB.
But later that day the Court
ordered that "until judgment
in this action or until further
order, the defendants (McZier
LeBlanc. (iraie and Smythe)
be restrained from holding
themselves out as directors
and, in the case of Arthur
McZier, as an officer of the
plaintiff or from trespassing
upon any of the premises of
the plaintiff in the
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas or whether by
themselves or their agents or
employees, inter-meddling in
the business of the plaintiff,
giving instructions or otherwise
interfering with any of the
directors, officers or employees
of the plaintiff and from
copying or attempting to
obtain access to any of the
books or records of the
plaintiff or purporting to enter
into any transaction or make
any commitment in the name
of or o:1 behalf ol the
plaintiff."


chairman of IOS.
International Bancorp is the
holding company for Bahamas
Commonwealth. Through an-
other company, Fairborn-
Co rporation, now in
liquidation, Mr. LeBlane
purchased Lewis Oakes Ltd.
This gave him control of
Butler's Bank and the Butler
group's interest in Security
Capital Corporation of Canada
which in turn controls General
Bahamian.
In 1972. shortly after BCB
opened here. Mr. LIBlanc told
The Tribune that the Bank
would end up being "the prime
banker on the island or islands
for Bahamians and residents."
Instead however, BCB has
been mentioned in a number of
lawsuits. beginning early in
1973. when an order of the
Li'Mf 'mbourg government
requiring repatriation of IOS
funds held by the bank
resulted in a Bahamas Supreme
Court injunction freezing US
155 5.4 million deposited with
BCB.
All but $10 million of this
amount was sub-deposited by
BCB with banks here and
elsewhere.
BCB was subsequently
orldered by former Chief
Justice Sir Gordon Bryie to
pay the money back to the
Overseas Development Bank
l.ixembourg S.A. which had
transferred the funds to BCB.
Last year another court
battle began in the Bahamas
when Mr. LeBlanc,. acting as
president of Program
Invesimnent Ltd., sought and
won an interim injunction to
restrain liquidators from
disbursing $334 million in
assets of the four IOS funds.
Farly this year Supreme
Court judge lames Smith
refused to continue the
injunction.
More recently Mrs. Shirley
Oakes Butler petitioned for
liquidation of Mr. LeBlanc's
company Fairborn. Mr Vesco
was linked with Mr. LeBlanc in
the action brought by Mrs.
Butler.
She claimed in her petition
that Mr. LeBlanc had told her
that he had some 40 "shell"
companies that he kept putting
"on top of one another to keep
people from finding out what's
going on."
I st year Prime Minister
Lyndcn Pindling told the
House that as far as he was
aware the business activities
of Mr. LeBlanc and Mr. Vesco
in the Bahamas were being
conducted "within the
confines" of the country's
laws.
He has also admitted that
Mr. Vesco was a "substantial"
contributor to the PLP's 1972
general election campaign but
has refused to disclose the
amount.
Wednesday the government
defeated without debate a
motion to inquire into all
matters relating to the
injection of funds into the
Bahamas by Messrs. Vesco and
LeBlanc.
The motion was brought by
Clarence Town representative
Michael Lightbourn, who has
been consistently critical of the
Vesco presence in the
Bahamas.
Almost concurrent wi th he
closure of Bahamas
Commonwealth has been the
action taken by Security
Capital Corporation against Mr.
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England will be in Wells and than oa to
Cheddar Gorge, where they will spend tree
weeks.
After three weeks, they will move onto the
east coast of Scotland to visit relatives aid
friends.
After leaving Scotland, the Stirlip will
depart for Bristol to attend the weddhng of.a
nephew. Fiona will serve as a junior brideasmid
in her cousin's wedding.
Following the wedding, they will then
return to Scotland for four more weeks where
they will tour as far as the Isle of Lewis.
located on the north coast of Scotland.
The Stirlings will return to Nassau on
September 16.


SHOT YOUTH:


POLICE GET


NEW LEAD


WILLIAM "Bill' Thomas
McWeeney, hospitalized for a
gunshot wound he received
early Wednesday morning, was
"still ill" and confined in the
intensive care unit at the
Princess Margaret Hospital this
morning, a hospital spokesman
said.
McWeeney, 17, under'. cnt
surgery immediately after his
admission to hospital
Wednesday for a ruptured
spleen and damage to the large
and small intestines caused
when he was shot in the
abdomen by a man armed with
a .22 rifle.
Wednesday's shooting
occurred around 4.30 a.m. at
Pearl Cox's Guest House, 30
Augusta Street, operated by
McWeeney's grandmother.
The youth, sources said, had
gone downstairs to investigate


after hearing somebody bang
on the front door and smash
the glass pane.
He was accompanied by an
employee of the guest house,
Algie McCardy, reportedly
present during the shooting.
A man, who reportedly
demanded that he be allowed
to come inside to collect a debt
from one of the tenants was
seen outside the door. He shot
the boy after McWeeney
refused to admit him sources
said.
Police say there has been
another development in their
investigations into the incident.
Although no details were
given they have ruled out
robbery. A police source said
the shooting was the result of a
disagreement with an-
other tenant of the boarding
house over money.


Goombay Park


'a disgrace'
FREEPORT'S "Goombay Park," billed as the centre of
Goombay Summer activities on Grand Bahama, "is a
disgrace," FNM Senator Arthur Foulkes declared after a
recent visit.
"It should be completely re-done for the sake of those
Bahamians who are expected to sell their goods there and
for the sake of the tourists whom we expect to get a better
impression of Bahamian culture," he asserted.
"I would be surprised," he added, "to know that the
Ministry of Tourism had anything to do with Goombay
Park. If it does then somebody in the Ministry is obviously
under the mistaken view that being Bahamian is being
sliphod, sloppy and second-rate. The park is unbelievably
crude and shabby. There is nothing beautiful nor Bahamian
about it, and it is sure to turn visitors off."
Mr. Foulkes described the park located adjoining the
International Bazaar, as a small asphalt square surrounded
by little boths made of thatch, old pieces of plywood,
lumber and other material.
He said the park was being criticised by Freeport
residents as "an eyesore."

Hit-and-run girl

'satisfactory'


TWO YOUNG girls are
hospitalized today following
traffic accidents on Friday. iie
of them a hit-and run incident.
First to be injured was
Natasha Stubbs, who police say
is four years old despite earlier
reports she was three.
A pedestrian, she was
involved in an accident about
3.30 p.m. on Wulff Road near
Tommy's Teenage Mustang
Store with car NPH 362 being
driven at the time by Ro!ston
Samue!s, 23, of Fowler Street,
police said.
Natasha, a Wulff Road
resident, was in "fairly
satisfactory" condition at the
hospital.
Janet Mackey, eiaht. of Fast


Street South, was the
hit-and-run victim. Police said
she was a pedestrian near the
corner of Fast Street and
(ordeaux Avenue at about
'.45 last night when she was
struck down by a car. Another
vehicle in the area rushed Janet
to the Princess Margaret
Hospital, where she was in
"satisfactory" condition this:
morning.
The car involved in the
accident left the scene before
police arrived, and the
unidentified driver has not yet
reported to police, a police
spokesman said. The car's
number was not yet known,
the spokesman said.


Plane search goes on


U.S. COAST GUARD
searchers have still found no
trace of a twin-engine
Beechcraft private airplane that
went down 100 miles north of
Grand Turk and about 400
miles southeast of Nassau at
1:30 Thursday afternoon.
Aboard were pilot Anthony
Raso, his wife, Janet, and
Everette Buckner, all of Fort
Lauderdale. They were flying
from Fort Lauderdale to South
Calcos when their aircraft ran
into trouble and went down.
Immediately after the crash
an America Airlines jet passing
nearby spotted the small plane
and circled the area for some
time before flying on to its
destination, reportedly Puerto
Rico.


The plane and its thtee
passengers have not been seen
since.
HUMANE SOCIETY
THE ANNUAL general
meeting of the BahamaU
Humane Society Jwtil be hlld
Thursday, June 27 .In the
ballroom of Governfmet
House at 4.30 p.m.


Still no winner
SORRY, but there are still Maura's.
no winners in The Tribune Last week's solution is
Tribune-Maura Lumber found in page 7 today and
Maure Lumber Company this week's new puzzle and
daossword puzzle contest. the rules for the contest on
The prize includes an the back page.
Orlando Clipper Cutlass boat The gift voucher from
and a gift voucher from Maura's is now worth $800.


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LONDON Prime Minister
Lee Kuan Yew has ended a
round of talks with British
leaders satisfied that five-
nation arrangements for the
defence of Singapore and
Malaysia will survive a
withdrawal of British land
forces from Singapore.
A high Asian source
reported Lee expects Royal
Naval warships and Royal Air
Force warplanes will go on
using facilities in Singapore
even after Britain's 2,200-man
land force leaves.
Prime Minister Harold
Wilson and other members of
the British Cabinet stressed to
I.ee this week they still are in
the midst of a sweeping
defence review and do not
anticipate taking final decisions
,n phasing out Britain's global
commitments until Autumn.
'Those land forces can be
deployed in the Ituropean
theatre and perhaps mas be
needed in Northern Ireland,"
the informant said.
"But the British don't
intend sinking their warships or
grounding their planes and so
their role east of Sue/ seems
likely to continue. Among
theirr things they will need to
back up the British garrison in
Hong Kong which because of
tihe colony's special circum-
-.!nces cannot and will not be
. lthdrawn."
Against that background Lee
evidently has convinced
itselflf perhaps helped by one
,r two informal nods from the
British that the five-nation
system for the detence of
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LONDON Britain's minority
Labour government suffered yesterday
its third parliamentary defeat in
three days. and aides to Prime Minister
Harold Wilson said he was considering
new elections.
None of the defeats involved a
motion of confidence, and Wilson was
not required to resign.
But after the government was
turned down yesterday on a minor
issue, a proposal to amend a draft
lottery bill, Labour party floor
manager Robert Mellish declared:


"This parliament is no longer
feasible."
Aides said Wilson planned to advise
the House of Commons next week
how he proposes to respond to the
setbacks.
The first defeat came Wednesday on
Labour's plans to refund $24 million
in taxes to trade unions.
On Thursday the House of
Commons rejected a government
proposal to take partial control of a
number of industries.


Under the British system the
Prime Minister can call an election at
any time, but if he loses al motion of
confidence he is expected to do so
promptly.
On taking office last March 4,
Wilson had aid he would seek a new
election only if he loses a vote of
confidence. His opponents have thus
far moved cautiously and avoided a
confidence vote.
One reason for this is that Edward
Heath and Jeremy Thorpe, Conser-


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e and Liberal Party leaders, are
eager than the Socialists for new
nal elections.
st patterns show Britons always
to give weak government a second
ce to prove themselves.
itish electors also seem weary of
ical squabbling in a time of crisis.
at political observers feel the
rs would turn against politicians
look as if they had forced the
nemt down prematurely. Thus
in would take care to appear to be
ictim of attack.
Government Ministers said
one Wilson option would be
to stake the life of his
four-month-old admin-
istration on a vote ot
confidence. He would thus be
daring Heath and Thorpe to
pull him down and face an
election they may not win.
Most insiders, however,
expect Wilson to hold off an
election until September or
October to give him time to
get some Labour promises
fulfilled, such as the repeal of
controversial laws passed by
Heath's former administra-
tion.
Uncertainties on the
political front seemed to
contribute to problems in
other sectors of national life.
Prices on London Stock
Market dipped and the pound
slumped against the dollar.
Dire warnings were sounded
of an inflation rate exceeding
20 per cent by Autumn.
The country's wage bill
soared by nearly $2 billion
with payment due on
two months of cost of living
increases to eight million
workers.

Colson: I


A Capri II, dripping with
icicles, undergoes cold testing
at the Research and
Engineering Centre of the
Ford Motor Company,
England.
The vehicles spend many
days in the chamber in
temperatures as low as minus
40 degrees Centigrade whilst
performance checks are
carried out.


COtL'MBUS William 1L.
Called jr. has turned himself in
to U.S. army authorities to
await in custody\ the result of
his appeal of his murder
conviction in the My Lai
massacre.
Wearing the same civilian
clothes he wore at a court
hearing earlier in thie da>, the
30-yLar-old formrci Army
lieutenant walked"through the
gate of the stockade at Fort
Benning a few minutes after a
3 p.m. deadline Freed on bond
four months ago. (allec said at
the hearing he would turn
himself in voluntarily.
Called had been under hotise
arrest for three years in an
apartment at Fort Benning
until '.S. distiiLt court Iuidgc
J. Robert IIliott released hin


'Arctic' car test


Each morning the engines,
which are degrees colder than
would be encountered in real
life, are expected to start at
the second attempt.

Failure means a return to
the freeze chamber for more
adjustments.


The engineers in charge of
the chamber wear special
padded suits similar to those
used by Artic explorers and
carry out one hour's testing
in sub-zero temperatures
before the cars leave for more
detailed examination in a
warmer workshop.


last February on $1,000
personal recognizance bond.
lie orginially was sentenced
to life imprisonment for the
murder of at least 22 civilians
in the vietnamese naiiiiet of
My Lai. That sentence was
reduced to 20 years by military


D)URIIHAM lThainks to hiis father's medical
training and his bother's diving skill. Paul
Stewart has his iglht thumb back.
The doctors who sewed the thumb back on
say the 17-year-old boy will have full use of it


review, and then cut to 10
years by Secretary of the Army
Howard Callaway.
After president Nixon
upheld the 10-year sentence,
Calley was dismissed from the
army "under conditions less
than honorable."


'Kicking' charges dropped


BRIDGETOWN Two of
three charges brought against a
British teacher alleging that he
kicked three boys at a
comprehensive school have
been dropped, Police said.
Stuart Holmes, a 24-year-old
art teacher in Barbados on a
government contract, will
appear in a Bridgetown
criminal court again next
Thursday to answer the third


charge.
Magistrate George Lynch"
dismissed two charges on the
grounds that the evidence given
did not constitute a case
against the accused.
The alleged incidentisparked
a strike by teachers and a
placard carrying demonstration
by angry teachers, parents and
nearby residents. (AP)


when the bandages come off.

Paul's thumb was restored in an operation
finished 17 hours after he lost it in a
water-skiing accident.


Surgeons say a delay of 6
hours usually makes it useless
to try to restore a severed
finger.
The fact that the thumb
rested in the cool lake waters
helped.
"The cold reduced the
metabolic needs of the thumb
sufficiently so that it could
remain alive until we could
rejoin the arteries and allow
fresh blood to flow into it
again," one surgeon said.
Paul's father, Dr. Albert
Stewart Jr.. is a physician, an
internist. When he was
telephoned about the June I
accident that severed his son's
thumb, he was able to tell
another son and fellow skiers
to keep hunting for the thumb.
The father knew that
restoration surgery was
performed at Duke University
Hospital.
Paul's thumb was severed at
the base when a coil in the ski
tow rope looped around it.
His I8-year-old brother,
David, and six companions
used face masks and dived in
search of the thumb.
"I saw it lying in 8 feet of
water about 20 feet from
where I was swimming." David
said. "Luckily the bottom was
sand instead of mud."
A helicopter flew Paul and
the thumb, which was packed
in ice. to Duke Hospital in
Durhaim. 150 miles away.

Linda crowned

Miss Barbado
BRll. IIUWN Linda
Field. a 19-year-old green eyed
b:onde who wants to become a
fashion designer. won the Miss
Barbados title last night.
Miss Field was judged
winner from nine other'
beauties at a show attended by
5,000 spectators in the open
air at Kensington Oval. She was
the only white contestant.


AGAIN ON

'FOREIGN'

TAXES
LONDON Britain's Labour
government backed down
yesterday on plans to raise
stiff new taxes against
foreign residents.
The government had been
under heavy pressure from
foreign firms which
threatened to move their
offices elsewhere in Europe
if the taxes went through.
Rich individuals, including
American oil billionaire J.
Paul Getty, also threatened
to leave.
Joel Barnett, chief secretary to
the British Treasury,
announced that the
government was submitting
amendments to the tax
proposals now before
Parliament.
The effect of these proposals
would be to cut down the
new taxes on foreign
earnings.
Barnett said: "It has never
been the intention of the
government to drive
foreigners out of the
business and cultural life of
this country."
Foreign firms were expected to
study the revised proposals
carefully before commenting
on whether they were
sufficient inducement to
remain in Britain.
The Labour government
elected in February, had
intended to close loopholes
under which foreigners here
paid little or no income
taxes at all.
It proposed initially to charge
foreigners tax on 50 per cent
of their earnings from the
1974 tax year. Relatively
few foreigners objected to
this provision.
But the second half of the
proposal was to charge
foreigners who had lived
here for at least nine years a
tax on 100 per cent of their
worldwide income from
1976. It was this provision
that started firms and
individuals thinking about
leaving.
Under Barnett's announced
amendments, a foreign
resident would be charged
on a maximum of his British
earnings in 1976


WASHINGTON Former
White House aide Charles W.
Colson, sentenced Friday to
one-to-three years in prison,
said he sought to damage the
reputation of Pentagon papers
figure Daniel Ellsberg at
President Nixon's request.
Colson, once one of
President Nixon's highest
ranking advisers, was sentenced
for obstructing justice by
attempting to influence the
outcome of Ellsberg's trial on
charges stemming from
publication of the Pentagon
'papers in 1971.
In addition to the prison
sentence he was fined $5,000
by U.S. District Judge Gerhard
Gesell. Maximum penalty on
the charge would have been
five years in prison and a
$5,000 fine.
"The president on numerous
occasions urged me to
disseminate damaging infor-
mation about Daniel Ellsberg,
including information about
Ellsberg's attorney and others
with whom Ellsberg had been
in contact." Colson said.
"I don't mean to shift the
responsibility to the Pre-
sident," Colson said in a
statement before his


MOSCOW Nearly 40
Soviet Jews are reported under
detention in a widening effort
by Soviet Secret police to
prevent demonstrations during
President Nizon's summit visit
next week
Jewish sources say the
dragnet operation widened
from Moscow to several other
cities today.
The roundup appears greater
than similar efforts made prior
to Nixon's first Moscow
summit in 1972.
Nixon, fresh from his
successful Mideast tour, arrives
in Europe this week to sign a'
declaration with the United
States' NATO allies to
symbolize the healing of
Washington's rift with Europe.
At NATO headqueaters in
Brussels Wednesday, Nixon and
the Prime Ministers of the
United States' 14 partners in
the 25-year-old North Atlantic
Alliance will put their
signatures to a document
aimed at revitalizing the
western defence organization.
It will reaffirm faith in the
value of NATO and promise
"close consultation, co-
operation and mutual trust,"
between the United States and
by NATO Foreign Ministers at


did what


sentencing. "I believed what I
was going was right and the
President believed he was
acting in the national interest."
"I had one rule: to do what
the President wanted done,"
Colson said. He said he never
thought that anything he*
might do would violate
anyone's constitutional rights.
"I saw Ellsberg as a martyr
who might rally public
support," he said.
"In fairness to the
president," Colson added, "It
should be realized the
government at that time was in
the most sensitive negotiation
... maintaining secrecy of these
negotiations was absolutely
vital." (AP)


a two-day meeting in Ottawa
last week and should set the
seal on the patching up ot
relations between the United
States and its allies.
These were badly soured
when Washington declared a
nuclear alert during the
Mideast war last year without
consulting its NATO partner,
That move left everyone in a
thoroughly bad temper with -
the Americans claiming the\
had been let down by a lack of
European cooperation and the-,
Allies, led by Conmmon Marker
countries, asserting they had
been endangered unknowingly
with a nuclear conflict with the
Russians.
In an appropriate coin-
cidence of events. Nixon is
making his conciliatory Brussels
stopover after his Middle Iasti
swing and on his way to
Moscow to confer with Soviet
leaders.
Despite all the handshaking
in Ottawa, the suspicion
remains among Iuropean
diplomats that the NATO
declaration, far from being a
historic milestone in NATO
history, is in reality nothing
more than a piece ot
parchment with some public.
relations value.
Basically, it leaves the
United States no IoOre
committed than before to tell
Europeans when it intends to
put its forces on a state ot
nuclear readiness.
The Blegians arc a trifle
dazed at the prospect of an,
invasion by the White Ilouse
entourage atid the heads of tl
other governments together
with their foreign ministers.
Apart from the official
retinues, the press corps alone
is expected to number at leadt
800.
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Saturday, June 22, 1974.


EDITORIAL


People are no damn good

By ETIENNE DUPUCH
In the air, Hawaii to Tokyo, May 9 -- I have a friend in New
York who often says to me: "Etienne, apart from you and me,
the rest of the people in the world are no damn good."
It's not quite as bad as that but there are times when one is
simply appalled by the things that are happening in the world
today, especially when one realizes that most of these things
couldn't happen if enough people in the world were worth half a
damn.
Certainly the Patricia Hearst case is one of the most shocking
things that has happened in all my experience in outrageous
human behaviour.
It may never be cleared up whether Patricia is a victim of a
vicious society or an active part of it. Many people believe she
is a willing participant in all that has taken place.
Whether she is a participant or not ... it is certain that her way
of life exposed her as a target ... in the same way that the Getty
boy's associations in the ghettos of Rome made him an easy
victim for his abductors.
This kind of thing might happen to anyone, of course, but a
person who becomes a rebel in his or her own social
environment and defies the conventions by which orderly people
live is asking for trouble.
I am not concerned in this article with the case itself. I am
shocked by the sidelights it has produced.
One would think that even poor people would have been so
incensed by what had happened to this family that they would
have spurned the food that the S.L.A. demanded should be
distributed to poor families as ransom for the return of Patricia to
her parents.
Not only did poor people snatch the food ... but even
not-so-poor people gathered at the distribution centre and fought
viciously for a share of it.
Worse still ... a large part of the food was stolen from the
warehouses where it was stored and some of it was hijacked.
Even the people who were entrusted with the distribution of
this food used it as a political lever to serve their own selfish ends.
"People are no damn good," says my friend.
Then the S.L.A. staged a bank robbery and they exposed a girl,
who it has been established looked like Patricia Hearst, in such a
way that they proved that she was in fact a part of their
gang.
"People are no damn good," says my friend.
Weeks later tenants in an apartment house in San Francisco
complained to their landlord about swarms of cockroaches that
were coming out of a room in the building which had been
occupied by a group of young people.
As soon as the landlord opened the door he suspected
immediately that the room had been used as an S.L.A. hideout.
He called the police.
The police soon confirmed his suspicions. This is where the
gang had held Patricia Hearst.
When the police interviewed the tenants in the building they
were told that the people who had occupied the room looked like
the S.L.A. gang.
A shopkeeper down the street from the building said that a
young woman who looked like Patricia Hearst had shopped there.
She looked so much like Patricia that he had commented on it.
But none of these people had taken the trouble to call the police!
"People are no damn good," says my friend.
It was announced in today's Hawaiian newspapers that
Patricia's father has now offered a reward of $50,000 for
information leading to the recovery of his daughter. He regrets
that he didn't do this before because he feels that for a reward
the people in the apartment where the S.L.A. had been lodged
would have called in the hope of deriving a personal benefit from
his family's misfortune.
"People are no damn good," says my friend.
I agree with Helen Keller, the remarkable blind, deaf and dumb
woman who died a couple of years ago, when she said that there
must be more good than evil in the world. Were it not so, she
argued, organized society would have collapsed long ago.
In her essay on the human family she gave mankind the
inspiring watchword: "Be not dismayed: in the future lies the
Promised Land".
We must believe that this is true in order to carry on but I do
wish the good people in the world were just a little more vocal ...
and stopped hiding their virtues under a haystack ... because
today it is beginning to look like most of the people who make
the news are no damn good.

It begins to look like Women's Lib is gaining momentum. On
all sides today women are making a bid for man's place in the
sun.
Now they have the power in their hands. They have the vote,
they are in the majority and so it's only a matter of time for the
propaganda to whip them all into line when they will take over
control of the world.
Under the caption "We Could Run This Country" today's Los


Angeles Chronicle publishes a story about a campaign that is
being launched by three women, who are now holding elective
offices, to get more women to run for public positions.
It may take some time for the idea to catch on but if and
when it does they have the votes to do it ... and the money too.
More girl children are born every day than boys ... and more
old men die every day than old women.
On all our trips abroad most of the senior people seen in hotel
lobbies and on the beaches are widows who are having their last
fling on their husband's money.
The men die young because of the struggle they make to
provide adequately for their wives and children. And, in most
cases, when the men die the women inherit their money.
SAs a result ... between inheritance and alimony ... most of the
money in the U.S. today is controlled by women.
* With a combination of votes and money ... and ability too ... It
now teems certain that the western world may be moving into a
matriarchal society.


Now everybody knows


CARLTON FRANCIS is
undoubtedly the moatr
eloquent and forceful speaker
hi the PLP parliamentary
contingent today. In the
debate on Edmund Moxey's
famous motion he used as
much of that eloquence an
force as he could muster to
attack his former colleagues on
the PLP backbench and to rub
salt into the gaping wound of
PLP djsission.
It has not been too many
months ago since Mr. Francis
resigned from the Cabinet in a
dramatic flare-up between
himself and Deputy Prime
Minister Arthur D. Hanna on
the floor of the House over the
gambling issue. He was less
than consistent on that issue
and it was obvious that he had
chosen it to leave the Cabinet
in which he had been
downgraded and from which,
so rumour had it, Prime
Minister L. O. Pindling had
been manoeuvring to eject him.
Mr. Francis, who with Mr.
Pindling and Mr. Hanna had
formed the powerful
triumvirate which led the
country into its present
difficulties, is a man who is
very status conscious and
ambitious. Having left the
Cabinet he nevertheless
remained with the Pindling
Administration as Chairman of
the Development Corporation.
From there he continues to
wield great influence while
seeming to be outside the
shadow of collective
responsibility.
There is no doubt that Mr.
Francis has something in mind.
He was perhaps telling the
truth when he disclaimed
credit for being the architect of
the Moxey move but he can be
depended upon to act when
and if the head-count in the
PLP seems to be right. Prior to
the Moxey move it was open
talk in political circles that Mr.
Francis was planning his own
political party. There was even
a name: the Christian
Democratic Party. That might
still be a possibility if the
head-count never gets right for
Mr. Francis inside the PLP.


Opening his speech on the
motion by Mr. Moxey, Mr.
Francis stated that the debate
was a PLP affair. That was
nothing more than a political
stroke to out-manoeuvre Mr.
Pindling's group who had
obviously intended to brand
Mr. Moxey and any other
dissidents as traitors and to
hound them out of the party.
The truth is that that
historic debate was a great deal
more than a PLP affair. When
the governing party of any
country is in such frightful
disarray and when the
Government can only abjectly
admit to failure then it is no
longer just another intraparty
affair but a matter of gravest
national concern.
To the thousands of
Bahamians who listened on the
radio or read about it in the
newspapers, that is exactly
what it was and no amount of
PLP double-talk can change
that.
Mr. Francis, commenting on
the apparent inability of the
Administration to get anything
done said he could not even
say with the assurance of the
popular song that "obeah can't
work on me!"
He might have said with
more accuracy that not even
obeah can save the PLP from
the truth now. Not even
voodoo posters nor snakes in


Another step to dictatorship?
From Page 1
irregularities in government but they were all shushed up and
glossed over.
I wonder how much longer this kind of thing can go on before
the public's patience runs out.
Irregularities in government circles have gone so far that
Minister of Finance Arthur Hanna has publicly admitted that
it exists and he has tried to wash his hands clean of any
responsibility.
Now then ... what are Moses Pindling and Pontius Pilate
Hanna going to do about these reports?
Or haven't they heard yet?
The women who had stalls in the old market are attaching
great importance to the destruction by fire of this historic
landmark.
I suppose they feel that it is strange that it should have
happened at a time when there was so much talk about moving
them to Fort Charlotte.
This report was denied by Minister of Tourism Clement
Maynard.
The market women are saying that it was a case of arson.
But who would want to bum down this interesting old building
... and why?
I must make a correction today. In the story of the 1919
Bahamian dollar note in The Tribune yesterday it was stated that
H. E. W. Grant, one of the Commissioners of Currency whose
signature appeared on the note, was later involved in a fatal
accident. I gave this information to Nicki Kelly, acting News
Editor of this newspaper.
When I went home last night I checked some old records where
I found that the victim of the accident was William Hart-Bennet
who was Colonial Secretary here from about 1908 to 1918 when
he was appointed Governor of one of the Windward Islands where
he was killed soon after arriving in the island when a flagpole fell
on him during a hurricane.
This week I have been publishing articles I wrote during my
fourth round-the-world trip to attend an I.P.I. conference in
Japan.
Next week I will suspend this series to bring you six articles on
the present disturbances situation on the local scene.
I will return to the travel series the following week.

Certainly women couldn't do a worse job than the men have
done with organized society ... but confidentially ... and please
don't tell anybody I said so ... I am glad I won't be around when
it happens.
In their own ingenious way women already rule the world. It
has long been established that "the hand that rocks the cradle
rules the world" but they don't boast about it.
They let us men feel that we are on top ... and that is very
agreeable because J fear that if and when they do take over
they will rule with a heavy hand.

According to a news despatch out of Washington a Bureau of
Census report reveals that "the population growth of black
Americans, although undergoing a slowing trend, continues to
outpace that of whites."
The white population is increasing at the rate of two per cent,
the blacks are up to five per cent per annum.
No reason is given for this difference in production rate but I
have no doubt that the explanation is birth control and abortions.
More whites than blacks indulge in these practices.
Talk about race suicide!

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Women make fanatical and courageous revolutionaries. They
played a prominent and important role in the Cuban revolution.
Although few served with the guerrillas on a permanent basis, they
did clandestine work that was just as dangerous, and often more
so JAY MA.LIN in his book "Fortress Cuba" in which he tells
the story of how Castro gained control of Cuba.


the village.
From a personal point of
view one of the most
interesting and incidentally
hypocritical statements
made by Mr: Francis was this:
"Courage is only courage when
St is done in the open."
In 1969 it fell to my lot to
be the first of the PLP
dissidents to attack the Prime
Minister openly on the floor of
the House by directly
questioning his credibility. On
that occasion, Mr. Francis, one
of my old school teachers,
lectured me thusly: "There is a
time and a place for
honourable men to do what
they have to do when they no
longer want to follow their
Leader." Meaning that I should
not have criticized the Prime
Minister openly in the House.
Now I ask my beloved
teacher which is more
honourable and courageous:
To attack a Prime Minister
directly and openly at the
height of his power?
Or to attack a Prime
Minister when he is reeling and
even then not quite directly?
To vote against a Prime
Minister when the crowd
outside is calling for your
blood?
Or to challenge a Prime
Minister when the crowd
outside is booing him?
Speak now, teacher. Tell me
which. And tell me what you
are!

"The Minister of Tourism is
an able Minister. He chalks up
visitors by the dozens!"
So said Mr. Francis. The
House laughed.
"And dozens lead to
millions!"
And the House laughed
again. A different kind of
laughter.


Mr. Francis put his finger on
one of the most destructive
elements in the PLP: jealousy,
envy, pettiness.
When a Minister takes an
interest in his work, he said,
they would say he has
something up his sleeve, he was
pulling a public relations stunt.
The thing to do, Mr. Francis
advised, is to use the best
talent, not because who is
whose friend, who will acet the


credit and who will reap the
popularity.
Good advice but years too
late. As popular as he was with
the people, Prime Minister
Pindling lacked the
self-assurance and maturity to
appreciate talent. He could not
see that Ministers who
performed well would be a
credit to the Prime. Minister
and his administration and that
incompetent Ministers would
eventually ruin the whole
show. Or if he saw he did not
act as if he saw.
Furthermore, if there are
men around a Prime Minister
who perform well he should
not be afraid that they should
be considered as possibilities
for the top spot. As a matter of
fact, a Leader who is truly
concerned about his country
should be happy that there
might be others who could fill
his shoes. After all, the greatest
of leaders do not last forever.

Mr. Francis says that we are
in an emergency situation and
that extraordinary action is
necessary, not tomorrow, but
today, right now. Mr. Francis
knows that this Government is
incapable of that kind of
action. Mr. Pindling must have
been thinking the same thing
when he jumped on a plane a
few days later and took off for
Japan.
Right after the no-
confidence vote in 1970
Mrs. Pindling, wife of the
Prime Minister, told the
nation: "Now we know where
we are going."
She did not know. Neither
did the howling mob. Now,
everybody knows.
Campaign cash
FOLLOWING on the heels
of Watergate, the House of
Assembly is also to consider
the question of contributions
to election campaigns.
Mr. Michael Lightbourn,
Independent representative for
Clarence Town has tabled a
resolution asking that the
government consider the
advisability of introducing
legislation to "regulate and
control election campaign
contributions and expenses."
The resolution is to be
debated when the House meets
again June 26.


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EDITOR, The Tribune,
Allow me a small portion of
your paper to-explaa to our
Bahamian people what A
REPRESENTATIVE b.
After an election, there I
one candidet who tiad. a seft
in the House of Aisembly. He
is put there by voter,. who
have their own measons for
electing him. He then has the
job of representing them in the
House of Amsembly, putting
forth laws and arguments that
will benefit his people.
He is not elected into the
House of Assembly to put a
toilet or telephone in your
home, or to pay your rent
when you do not have the
money, nor i ha responsible
for sending your child to
school. You the voter, has put
him there because 99,000.
people cannot be in one room
trying to make up laws or
trying to put their views across.
I must say that many of our
so called educated people
should read up on the subject
of Representation, because
these are the people who
contradict themselves they
are always asikhi for
impossible favours and when
they cannot be rewarded, they
use their educated skills, by
letting rumours and scandals
spread.
Right, now, here in the
Bahamas we have something to
be proud of: We have a
Paradise to live in. I only wish.
it were possible for more of us
Bahamians to travel and see
what the test of the world on
the outside is like, and
experience it.
Our water problem here is a
feeble problem to people
starving in India, to the
fighting going on in the Middle
East, to the Terriorist
movement in Ireland, how
about families in Germany who
live in the same country and
cannot see each other because
of the Berlin Wall. Bahamians,
you don't realise what you can
be thankful for, one of these
days you will regret it.
Why not try and help your
representatives who are putting
their heart and soul into your
well being. Help them by
turning out to meetings when
they are called.
This is the only way he will
know whether or not you are
having problems. t is only one
night out of a month. Is that
too niu'ch for your


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There is no fcd
you never get to ije ,i
representative, hisoffi g -
are from 9.00 a.m. to. ,6 7' i
p.m., after five ii mppb "to".. -.
be for his family and his n .-
pleasures. Bach constit g .
has a monthly meeting wre
the people in the district get
together and bring Out fheir
views.
The most noise being made -
is from those who do not
attend any meetings or try to
help with the needs of the
constituents. Many of you '-
expect the representative to do 7
it on his own, then why do you
also elect officers of the
Branch? _
I ask our Bahamian people
to pray for our Government so
that they can be sincere to us
as they are trying hard to do.
They need our help. Fellow
Bahamians do not neglect their
presence now, I beg of you
before it is too late.
Yours sihcerely,
MISS EDITH LIGHTBOURN
Young concerned citizen
Nassau.
June 20, 1974.

BANK
From Page 1
LeBlanc and General Bahamian
Companies president Arthur .
McZier.
As a result the two men and
two other directors of GBC
have been temporarily
restrained from interfering in
the affairs of the company.
It has been mooted for some
time that Mr. Vesco and Mr.
LeBlanc intended to shift their
base of operations from the
Bahamas to Costa Rica where
both maintain homes. Both
men have not in fact been in
the Bahamas for several
months.
Mr. Vesco, who won his
extradition battle against the
U.S. government in December,
has been in Nassau only
sporadically since then.
The shut-down of Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank will
mean unemployment for at
least 50 Bahamians on the
staff. .


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THE TRIBUNE - Saturday, June 22, 1974
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GOODWILL AMBASSADORS Ninety-eight members (seated) to whom the Choir took a letter from Minister of
of the United Baptist Choir, acting also as Goodwill tourism Clement Maynard, are: (left to right) Rev. Earnest
Ambassadors of the Bahamas, travelled to Dallas, Texas E. Brown Sr., special assistant to the president and
recently to participate in the annual Southern Baptist executive secretary of the Convention; Dr. M. C.
Convention. During their week-long stay, they were hosted Symonette, executive secretary of Bahamas Baptist Mission
in the homes of Southern Baptist members and upon their and Educational Convention: Mrs. Symonette and Rev. A.
departure, left with each home a memento of the Bahamas. S. Colebrook, vice-president of the Convention.
Seen here visiting with Mayor Pro Tem George Allen, N assau /Paradise resort
CROSSWORD A P is sports feature
PUZZLE S RENT
P ZACRSi T Nassau and Paradise Island will benefit from yet more
S 2d. Par- j'- iE Pl TN international publicity when the resort is featured in a new sports
1i Accelerate by air N THA publication scheduled for the bookshelves this fall.
a'l engine 25. Surmise 'EN S IN UA Curtis W. Casewit, author Nassau and Paradise Island.
4 Seize 26. Space A A ES and syndicated travel writer "Mr. Casewit is certainly
8 Bleat 29 Blnd allev X A EL recently visited Nassau and eminent in his field Mr. Ross
1! DuTk 32. Mellow M I Paradise Island in search of said. "and we are happy that
12 Aimber wliE 33Danp information on the various he has decided to include
14 lapernug- 35 Lr.n AN PA Dtennis courts and facilities Nassau and Paradise in his
16 Help ;.nine SOLTION OF SATURDAY'S PUZZLEavailable here. upcoming work."
17. Pungent 2 Dlrr to DOWN In view of the latest popular
vegetable -D ebauchee interest in this particular sport.
18. Shoulder 11 Bravo Mr. Casewit has been
a roac 42 Went first I Rumrr 4. Valley commissioned to prepare a
20 Nee e workk 43. Nervous 5. Guided aerial manuscript which would
21. !i 44. Boy's 2. Doubletree bomb outline among other things the
23 .ider-pt nickname 3. Truth 6 German extent to which visitors to
rl-2r 13 rA 7 v 8 9 ,o composer Nassau and Paradise Island can
i-t -- 7. Blunders indulge in the sport here.
S1 1esi During his brief stay Mr.
-5 -6 10 Extia Casewit was the guest of the
--- 15 Antagonist Nassau/Paradise Island
'7 '/",/8 i9 19.0ne:Ger. Promotion Board many of
S- -- 21. The birds whose member hotels boast
S2 2 22. Clamp some of the best courts in the
23 - 24. Cold Bahmas. The author's visit at
25. Highway sign this time was especially
2S5 26 127 28 26 Skylab II propitious in view of the
s-pace walker Promotion Board's current
3 31 i 27. Parsley %A
---- camphor advancement of The
S34 28. Ran- out Champion Season". which
-- 3 -- 29. Urge zeroes in on the varied sports
36 7 3 30 Watered silk activities available to
y- 31.Ached Nassau/Paradise visitors.
S32. Meadow barley A veteran author of
L'- ).3 y- %i4;.Threespot several books on any topic
:--I Grow sleepy from mountain trooping to
Par time 6& min. 'P Newsfeatures 6-24 38. Pull snw skiing Mr. Casewit also
wrote "Freelance Writing:
Nassau Christian and Missionary Advice by the Pros" in which
ALLIANCE CNURC" he collaborated with celebrated
L I Cnovelist Arthur Hailey.
Temporarily Meeting At Y.W.C.A. Building presently resident in New
Dolphin Drive at John F. Kennedy Drive. Providence.
Rev. Weldon B. Blackford, Minister Henry A. Ross, admin-
WORSHIP HOUR 1 :00 am. GOSPEL HOUR 7:30p.m. Nassau/Paradise Island
Promotion Board pointed out
"HELPING PEOPLE "OLD TESTAMENT that wherever possible the Tw
IN GOD'S PLAN" LEPERS" Board attempts to attract W e
S prominent travel writers to this T o o
MID-WEEK SERViCE, WEDNESDAY, AT 7:30 P.M. resort, in order to further London
enlighten potential visitors to


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* Door prizes (Appliances, tool)
* Free gifts to the first 10 buyers
* Balloons for the children
* Refreshments


* Music


DISCOUNTS UP TO 50%
on all sorts of furnishings for your home.
PLUS low-low prices every day at the new


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on WULFF ROAD east of Bahamian Furniture, west of
Mackey Street.
Tel. 5.9600, P.O. Box N8160, Nassau.


Rozanne L. Ridgeway.
Deputy Chief of Mission in
the U.S. Embassy in the
Bahamas, this week addressed
the Rotary Club,of Nassau on
the importance to the
Bahamas of the International
Law of the Se;. conference
opening this Nweek in Caracas.
Venezuela.


Shown in the photograph
prior to her talk Tuesday are
Rotarian Senate President
Gerald Cash. Mis',
Ridgeway, Rotarian Oris
Russell, Permanent Secretary
of the Ministry of External
Affairs and Rotary president
A. D. Bill Farquharson.


BAPTIST BIBLE CHURCH
SOLI)IER ROAD and OLD TRAIL


SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 a.m.
PREACHING: 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY: PRAYEr:.& PRAISE
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* Sunday Worship Service 11:00 a.m.


* Sunday Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.
* Wednesday Family Hour 7:30 p.m.
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THETRIBUNE -. Saturday, June 22, 1974.


NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that JACK MERVIL of Flower St.
East. Nassau, Bahamas rs applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalization should
not be granted should send.a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 22nd 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 FRANCIS GEORGE of
Thompson Road off East Street, New Providence 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 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 ANTHONY PIERRE
DUMERVIL also known as Anthony Johnson of Poinciana
Avenue New Providence 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 15th day of
June, 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Bo.x 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 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 da) 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
National nd ity and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 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 ROGER PETER CARRON of
Camperdown, Eastern Road in the Island of New
Providence Is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality_ and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
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.


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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
from the 15th day of June. 19/4 to Ihe Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship. Ministry of
Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-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 ot 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 iven that LEWIS JOHN WELLINQI N
SWANN of Mackey Street, Eastern Dlstrck of N-
Providence is applying to the Minister respaonil for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a ctUan of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows tany ra s
why registration should not be granted should lend a
written and signed statement of the facts wtlhIn
twentyeight days from the 22nd day of June 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citiaanship,
Ministry of Home Affairs. P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that THOMAS LIVINGSTON
ETIENNE of Major Subdivision, Nassau Bahamas is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisatlon 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 22nd 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 WILFRED PIEARE of Blue
Hill Road, 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 naturalization should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 22nd 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 KOCHETA FRANCETA
MOORE of' Soldier Road, 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 22nd 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 GLORIA MYERS of Yellow
Elder Garden is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registraiton as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason
why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days froi the 22nd 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 aiven that EDOUORD JOSEPH nf
Market St. N.P; Bahamas 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 naturalization should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 22nd 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 EVERETT FORBES of Fease
Alley (off Wulff road) New Providence 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
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 22nd day of
June 1974 to The Minister repsonsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that WILLIE FRANCIS of
Homestead Street, Nassau, Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 22nd 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 MARK JEAN SMITH of
Foxdale Subdivision New Providence ISt 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 22nd day of
June 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


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NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LOUVERTURE ACC1US of
Freeport, Grand Bahama c/o P. O. Box F854 is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and CltlMast, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and tat any
person who knows any reason why ntwralluatitn shutd
not be granted should send a written and signed .taW.IF t
of the facts within twentyight days from the fld y. Iof,
June 1974 to The Minister rspomible for NtI
Citizznshlp. Ministry of Hot4 e Affdrs, P. 0. kfi.
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Governor's Harbour

gets school addition
Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera Ground breaking ceremonies
for a new high school building here were held last Sunday.


Attending the ground-
breaking were Mr. Phillip
Bethel M.P. for the Governor's
Harbour constituency:
Anthony Roberts, Acting
Minister of Education and
Minister of Agriculture and
Fisheries; Preston H. Albury,
M.P. for Rock Sound, and
representatives from settle-
ments throughout Fleuthera.
The new structure, costing
about $90,000. will be an
addition to the present school
building. It is expected to be
completed by September;
The fund-raising campaign
was spearheaded by Mr. Bethel


and a committee from the six
settlements in the Governor's
Harbour district.
A fund-raising fair is being
planned during the observance
of the first anniversary of
Independence on July 10.
The construction of the new
building will be carried out by
Mr. Robert Johnson of James
Cistern, Fleuthera, who also
designed the building. Anyone
wishing to donate funds to the
new school can do so by
sending their contribution to
the Finance Committee in care
of Barclays Bank International,
Governor's Harbour. Eleuthera.


WEE WISE ONES
NINETY children of the five-year-old kindergarten
classes recently graduated at Nassau Christian Schools into
the first grade. The programme was presented at Garfunkle
Auditorium in Palmdale before a full house of parents and
friends.
1 lih kindergarten classes of Miss Illen Deveaux, Miss
Slhr,,tinc Wise and Mrs. Nancy Pinder presented a
Iircl, me m c f song, Bible verses, numbers, phonics, reading
and nurser\ rhymes.
M1i Bet y ( ooper, former headmistress of Wee Wisdom.
S,.is (n hn and i gave a word of greeting at the request of
\l. Robert Baylor, the school administrator. Mrs. Baylor,
BBITARJI Ol\ BHHI^


NOW nSHWING
Matinee 2:30 & 5:00, Evening 9:00
'Phone 2-1004, 2-1005
WINNER 7 ACADEMY AWARDS
BuE bST PICTURE* SIT DWICTOR
all ittakesis a little Confidence
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Now thru Friday
Matinee Starts at 2:15
Evening 8:30
"THE HONG KONG
CONNECTION" PG.
PLUS
"THAT MAN BOLT" PG.
Fred Williamson,
Teresa Graves
'Phone 2-2534


Sunday thru Tuesday
Sunday Continuous
from 4:45
Monday Continuous
from 3:00
"CASTLE OF
FU MANCHU" PG.
Christopher Lee,
Maria Perschy
PLUS
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Nancy Kwan, Ross Hagen


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Sunday Continuous from 4:45-'Phone 3-4666
Monday Matinee Continuous from 2:00, Evening 8:30


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these tots who recently was part 'of the end-of-term
graduated from kindergarten ceremonies held at Garfunkle
to first grade at Nassau Auditorium.
Christian Schools and who
the present headmistress of Wee Wisdom, was in charge of
the programme.
The Rev. Mr. Howard Mills, pastor of Baptist Bible
Church, challenged the parents on a Biblical basis to
continue supporting a Christian education in the Bahamas.
Mr. Baylor presented the colourful kindergarten
diplomas to the classes from Nassau Christian Academy,
while Mrs. Baylor did the honours for the Wee Wisdom
class.
Mr. Baylor announced at the close of the programme
that a new kindergarten four-year-old class nusery and day
care facilities will be available next year at the Soldier Road
location next to C. R. Walker Technical College.


'Y' day camp opens in Freeport


MONDAY marked the This is a half day
opening of the YMCA Day programme compared to the
Camp in Freeport, Grand Day Camp's full day of
Bahama. activities, but offers many of
the same daily events, such


The camp is under the
supervision of mature and
expereinced leadership with
emphasis on safety.
According to camp
director. Gene Gibba, "Day
camp could very well be the
most meaningful expereince
of a child's life And although
the "Y" offers a variety of
fun-filled activities emphasis
is placed on developing solid
inter personal relationships,
which form the basis for
sound character and growth."
The YMCA will also be
offering its Kinder Kamp
programme for two-and-a-half
to five-year-old boys and
girls.


Enjoy all you can eat from a
Delicious Bahamian Buffet Lunch
for$7.00per person, plus gratuities
Children under 12, half price.

Ie: AMERICAN FOOIAULL MIIHUGHTS
Compliments of Pan American
beginning at 12:00 Noon.
"THE IGNITERS" STEEL BAND
plays all afternoon!


S*PanAm II

Im ao P W m ollo
WIt.W you to -aio-M-th Ijpedol mma


Misty's song
wins $200
"We've Got Life" is the
title of the song that earned
Misty Sands $200 in the song
contest recently held for all
staff at the Nassau Beach
Hotel.
The contest drew many
entries from a good
cross-section of the staff. The
winning tune is a swinging
calypso and will soon be
recorded by one of the
hotel's bands to be used in
various hotel promotions
throughout the United States
and Canada.
Pictured presenting the
cheque to Miss Sands is
Geoffrey Knowles, public
relations and entertainment
manager of the hotel.


as sports and games, arts and
crafts, etc.
Kinder Kamp will be under
the direction of Mrs. Peggy
Jurgens, an experienced
mother and group leader.
For those living outside of
Freeport, in the Eight Mile
Rock area, Mr. Charles
Albury will be offering a day
camp programme of a similar
nature.


Whist
Tourney
ABOUT 60 whist enthusiasts
attended the opening of St.
Francis Xavier annual summer
Whist Tournament on Tuesday
evening at St. Benedicts Hall,
Priory Grounds.
Coakley and Moxey were
the winners for the night
scoring 51 points. Gibson and
Gibson were the runnersup
with 50 points.
The series will continue
every Tuesday evening at 8:30
until the end of August.


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IT IS instructive to sit
behind the expert, and see him
thread his way through a
maze of difficulties in order to
land a Tricky contract. It
is far more rewarding, however,
to see that same expert fall flat
on his face in a contract you or
I would make with ease. It
makes yotu teel that there is
hope for all of us.
Today I present three hands,
all played by top-ranking
internationals, where you or I
would have got by quite nicely,
but where, for some unex-
plained reason, the expert
did something extraordinary,


and went down to ignominious
defeat. No names, of course,
but you have my assurance
that each one of these hands
was played during the course
of an international match, or
its equivalent.
First a famous British


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responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
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within twenty-eight days from the 22nd day of June 1974
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.




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(PAUL SHARMA) of Davis St. Nassau, Bahamas is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
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and that any person who knows any reason why
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player at work:
none A ) J 10 5 3
AKQ743 98
A932 )J 7 54
163
J 6 3 fnone
East and West were
vulnerable, with North the
dealer. North opened a weak 3
Clubs, East doubled, South
blasted all the way to 5 Clubs,
and West closed the bidding
with 6 Hearts. The King of
Clubs was led. Now. reader,
how do you perform?
Be honest, now: how do you
play the hand in 6 Hearts? If
you choose the easy way, you
get home with no difficulty.
Ruff the opening lead in
dummy; play the Ace of
Sapdes, discarding your second
Club; ruff a Spade; ruff your
last Club with dummy's other
trump. Now get hack to hand
with the Ace of Diamonds,
draw the trumps, and give up a
Diamond to the King, making
all the rest of the tricks.
Simple? Not to that West.
After an interminable
interval, he ruffed the Club
lead, then played the QUEEN
of Spades, forcing, South to
cover with the King, which of
course was ruffed. Clever? Not
very. A second Club was ruffed
in dummy, and then the Queen
of Diamonds was led. South
playing low. The Queen held.
Then came the Jack of
Diamonds, and when South
and West played low, North
ruffed. A Club went to South,
who led a further Diamond for
a further ruff. Two down, for
some obscure and tortuous
reason.
Now it is the turn of a
renowned French declarer to
hang his head in shame:
K 10 6 3
K J 1083

AK 8


9 8 2
762
KQ 106542
onil(ie


Fitolie
A Q 9 5
97
J 9 7 6 532


AOJ 754
4
A 8 3
0 104
West opened 3 Diamonds,
North doubled, and South
eventually found his way to
the excellent 6 Spade contract.
West led the King of
Diamonds and again you are
asked to make 12 tricks. You
will no doubt quickly see that
provided you can ruff two
diamondss in dummy there is
no problem. You're quite right.
But this is how the play
went. in the F:uropean
championships mind you. The
opening lead was taken by the
Ace. South then played the
Ace of Spades before ruffing a
Diamond. tHe got back to his
hand via the Queen of trumps.
and ruffed his last I)iamond
with dummy's last trump. Now
in order to return to his hand
to lpull the remaining trucmps
he led a (lub to his Queen.
which West promptly ruffed.
and led a Heart to put the
simple contract on the floor.
South argued that he was
supremely unlucky to find a
7-0 (lub break. but it was not
an inspired argument If he
leaves trumps alone until he
has ruffed both his Diamonds
high. there is not the vestige of
a risk, nor a problem. But it
would do South's damaged ego
no good at all to be told that
the readers of the Tribune's
Bridge column were all able to
make the same contract by
straightforward play!
The final example takes us
to the USA, where the 1946
National Teamns championshipp
is in progress. and a leading
American player occupies our
spotlight. First, since the hand
Is not quite the pushover that
the others have been. I'll show
iust the hands of declarer and


dummy, sitting West and East
respectively:


A KQJ 9 7 6
AKJ 10
none
102


102
986
97
AQJ986


West plays in 6 Spades, and
North leads the Ace of
Diamonds. Take it up to this
point: ruff the opening lead.
draw the trumps (North has all
4 of them), then lead the 10 of
Clubs. North plays low, and
you play a small Club from
dummy. The 10 wins the trick.
Proceed.
Our eminent American
followed by leading his other
Club and inserting dummy's
Jack. But the wicked South
now produced the King of
Clubs, and returned a
Diamond which of course had
to be ruffed. There was now no
way back into dummy either
to cash the Clubs. or to take a
finesse in Hearts, and West
eventually had to go 1 down in
a cast-iron contract.
Here is the full deal:
8 5 3 2
743
A J 102
74


AK J 9 7 6
A K J 10
1one
10 2


10 2
986
97
A QJ 9 8 6


none
Q5 2
K Q 8 6 5 4 3
K 5 3
If. after making your 10 of
Clubs, you saw there were no
Club losers, and decided to try
for 13 tricks by finessing
against the Queen of Hearts,
congratulations Once the Club
finesse works. 12 tricks are
cold. But South drew a misty
.veil over West's thought
processes by refusing to take
the King of (lubs, and the
expert t duly bit the dust. See
what I mean by hope for us
all?
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Hope for


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CLUES ACROSS:
EXPLANATIONS OF
MORE DIFFICULT CLUES
I. BOTHEIRED not mothrred.
"Having been BOTIII RI)"
ties in directly with the
present "mixed feelings."
because of the recalleliion of
his childhood feelings'" i
she was a nuisance) II noi
mixed with his adult eir\\ i t
"htier". "Having been in' ilttrFed
by her" and the clue does not
strike iany other note of
discord, his "feelings" will
surely be totally, favourahble
today'" il response to "tier"
evident affection for him.
8. STiEALING not steaming.
Since a "vessel steaming along
unlit would" e presumed to
be "S'i IA LING along,"
STEAL ING lakes ;a
cotniprehtutsive answer.
9. SW1.t1: not sheet. "tlo SWEET
music," certainly, which was
very inch ill vogue then but
why stress "sheet music," in
the clue as in "the thirties"
there were also record sales,
performing rights, etc., which
contributed enormnouslv to the
coffers of "a successful
composer."
II. ('AST not cost. The clue
implies that this would be a
"natural" reaction o if "a
coni'te' porary film director,"
favoring 'AST, pointing up
the deficiencies in tlise days.
Speak reniotisl Ilmore likely>
lhani "ridicule tihe cist,'" Ihe
exorbitant rise in the cost (of
today's "ninovies" being a
change for the \worse. rather
thal tilthe better.
13. M1 A N IIn i t v a n
"RtespnisiP"ility" lies with tle
animate person (MAN) not ian
instrument Insei such as a vain.
16. II()IS, no(t loes. If he "'IHOES
hlls garden" whvllich involves
cotImpiaralivel> vigorous work,
yes. II hie "does his garden"
tllust depend on \what Ihe's
having to do to it. If it merely
requires a very little endingng
and some watering, tor
instance, it's not very
"thirsty" work.
17. SI II' not clip. "In recording an
event I." it the "inefficient
secretary files :inI iinportan t
document wronglyy" it's
superfluous to add clip to the
context l which would be
n ,i 'r ally part of the filing
procedure. SI.lI' inakets a
clear-cut answ er.
19. SAIlORS not tailors. With
ian y days at sea, away from
hiomie ir tile nearest tailor.
SAILORS are obliged to turn
to sewing on liuttois. darning
socks, etc. Thus. '"you maN
well expect tliem "to be quite
adept at it. As it is their trade.
"you" would "expect tailors"
to know "how to handle a
needle and thread."
21. LAGG(;ING not tagging. "A
person I.(;(AGGIN(; behind can"
indeed "he irritating,"
especially if you wla tt( siee
more in the time available. If
the "person" is "in your
party," lie's hardly "tagging
behind."
22. MAPS not Mars. The "hov
might he keen' to listen to men


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Now showing thru Tu'esday
Police Women plus Thunderfist
matinee continuous from 2.00.
evening 8.30. Sunday
showings continuous from
4.45. No one under 18
ad fitted.
Starts Wednesday. Shaft in
Africa plus Shaft's Big Score
matinee continuous from 1.30.
evening 8.30. No one under 18
ad niitted.
Black actor Richard
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overnight for his portrayal of a
tough Harlem detective named
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once more in "Shaft's Big
Score."
The fast paced adventure
drama sees Shaft back in action
as he tangles with law and
organised crime while tracking
down a murderer.
It is action all the way as
Shaft moves from the ghetto to
the fashionable homes of


Johnny Hooker (Rebert Redford) asks cashier (Dimitra
Arliss) to go out with him in The Sting. (Shirley St.).


big-time rackateers. The movie
has a lengthy climax in the
form of an exciting
au tomobile-imnt oor boat-hcli-
copter chase frol which only
Roun ltree escapes alive.
"Shaft's Big Score" co-stars
Moses G;unn I)rew Btrtini
Brown. Kathie Imrie. Julius W.
Harris and Rosalind Miles.
Oscar winner Isaac I layes
contributed the composition
"Taye Thang" wluch he
performs.
G(;inn and Bundini repeat
their roles as Harlem crime
lords while Joe Mascolo plays a
high-class crook.
"Shaft in Africa" follows


third in line of the black
detective films starring Richard
Roundtree and is the best in
terms of action, sex and
production values.
The script, written by
Stirling Siliphant. is spiced
with funny lines, among them
a classic wisecrack by
Rounltree who calls himself
"no Jamies Bond. just Sam
Spade."
As usual. Shaft is involved in
protecting the interests of
African brothers. Along the
way, Ro'undtree has time for a
romance with Vonetta McGee
and white Neda Arneric, a
l 9-year-old Yugoslavian actress
w ho effectively plays a
n\ n phomaniac.
Love scenes with her would
tie enough tfor the R rating by
itself. heree are no frontal
views although Roundtree has
an extended nude scene at the
beginning.
The movie was filmed in
New York City. Paris and
throughout Ethiopia., rin-
cipally Addis Ababa. The all
purpose walking stick used
by Africans for herding figures
In a couple of well-staged
a, non scenes as a lethal
% ,eapon Roundtree couldn't
be better as Shaft. but Frank
I inla\ is equally. impressive as
the merciless leader of the
sla er\ racket.

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Saturday. night thru Friday.
The Hong Kong Connection
plus That Man Bolt Sunday
thru Friday matinee
continuous from 2:15. evening
8 30 Plus late features
Tuesday) and Friday nights.


talking about MAPS," If the
MAPS concern "astronomy"
and Aare not merely road
MAPS, for example. If he's
"keen on astronomy," he
wouldd, surely, "be keen to
listen" if the conversation is
"about Mars."

CLUES DOWN:
CLUES DOWN:
EXPLANATIONS OF
MORE I)IITICULT CLUES
3. RAIN not raid. The clue
implies that the extent of the
interference would be "to
delay an attack" pointing to
RAIN as more apt. A raid, if it
were a successful one, for
instance, for uld cancel the
"attack". Rail is remote.
6. BETTING not getting.
BETTING is more apt fomyr the
fact that he "will become
excited" that is, when the race
gets underway. Just "getting
on a horse for the first time,"
tie "will" normally be
"excited."
8. SAUt('ICER not sauces. SAUCER
is better for the clue's
reference to this "being
kbotcked directly to tie floor."
It's rthater the containers
holding te sauces hat would o
he directly knockedinting the
floNr. which may or may not
lreak.
t. AI sI not tape. "One" listens
in a TALe., formally to be
entertained and if it's "dull.
one's mind usually wanders."
A tape is "listened to" for
various reasons besides
personal entertainment (e.g.,
business, study. etc.) and
"dull" though it may be, one
can't permit "one's mind" to
"wander."
12. SOAPING not soaking. It's
rttier r tht "mom might
wonder" on seeing that it
needs soakitog (i.e., beforeing
soakig it) t al the time it is
heing soaked. nWhile she is
working on it to get the dirt
out (i.e. SOAPING it ) makes a
straightforward answer.
14. CO1UD.I not would. "If people
would" implies that this is
always possible, but a person
can't totally forget something
sArious that's happened to himn
personally. He can only put it
temporarily out of his mind
making "if people COULD,"
the more apt answer.
18. ANS not pens or pains. The
'fact that these "normally need
a lot of cleaning" pints it
PANS as best, as they are
valuable for further use, which
is generally not the case for
rusty" pens or pins. The
latter are "normally" thrown
away once they become
rust pt answ."
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Poetry is fine,


but its not edible

By Abigail Van Buren
0 194 br CMR TrlaWle.N. Y MH IO I.,. IL

DEAR ABBY: I dropped out of high school to be mar-
ried. I am now 30, divorced, and have three children. We
are totally dependent on welfare.
If I went to work I could earn $1.90 an hour sa m tal
maid, but here is my dilemma: I aend [but am nt
enrolled in] the poetry workshops of two colleges in my
city. My teachers say I am very talented, and tlty urge
me to stay with writing poetry. I have been published l
some of the best literary magazines in the nation, and have
had some very encouraging letters from editors, although
they haven't paid me anything. My ambition is to become a
major poet.
I have spent two years in therapy, but I can't psychoan-
lyze away my need to write poetry.
Now I must make a choice between my children's physi-
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I welcome your advice. POOR, SCORNED AND TORN
DEAR P., 8. AND T.: Since you are e ableto wor I think
you should get off welfare. Thus far your poetry has netted
you only non-edible letters of encouragement. I advise you
to get a paying job, and write poetry in your spare time.

DEAR ABBY: I am interested in the strange case of the
woman who went to confession and was upset by the priest
who confessed his own troubles to her. Even stranger was
your advice that the priest should see a doctor!
So here's the situation: If a woman confesses to a priest,
she's religious; but if a priest confesses to a woman, he's
sick.
My God, Abby, if that's the best you Can do, you should
quit. Why didn't you simply advise the poor fellow to go to
another priest and confess? INFIDELO
DEAR INF.: The priest didn't merely "confess" to a
woman-he broke down and wept-and to a parishloer
who had come to HIM to confess yet. [This is healthy?]
True, another priest might have relieved the first priest's
guilt by hearing his confusion, but only a doctor can diag-
nose and treat one for an emotional disturbance, whleh
appears to be the case here.

DEAR ABBY: I am a sailor who will be going on leave
soon. I expect to be met at the airport by my parents and
my girl friend. My problem is I don't know whose arms I
should go to first. It will be a year and six months since I
have been home.
You always say to put your mate above all others be-
cause your mate will be your lifelong empaniaa. Well, I
am not married yet, but I think my girl friend will expect
me to go to her first, and my mother will expect me to go
to her first.
I love them both very much and wouldn't want to hurt
either one, so whose arms do you recommend? SAILOR

DEAR SAILOR: Since you aren't married yet, I'd sug-
gest you greet your mother first. But once you take a mate,
mate, she comes first!

CONFIDENTIAL TO "A FRENCH-SPEAKING ITALIAN
IN ROME": The French have a phrase for it: "II n'y pas
les femmes froides, mals les hommes maldroit." Which
means, "There are no frigid women, only clumsy men."

Prehles? You'll feel better if get t off yer Chest.
For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Bex No. ISn, L. A.,
Calif. M90 Encloe stamped, self-aased envelope.
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Hill, 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 naturalization should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 22nd day of
June 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
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LARGE LOT WESTERN
GROVE one block from
SANDY BEACH. Size 130 by
:90 depth. Only $10.000.00.
Bargain of year.
SOUTH BEACH ESTATES -
60 by 110. Only $3300.00.
EASTERN ESTATES lot
only $5500.00.
WINTON high and dry --
opposite Lighthouse 100 x 260
-- only $15,000.00 Gorgeous
views.
Corner lot PRINCE CHARLES
AVENUE only $6000.00
:(opposite Seabreeze entrance).
P1_. 22033 22305. 22307.


C14753

TRI


AVELLING?


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



APPROVED PASSENGER
RIGHTS


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REAL ESTATE I


C15797
I.BEAUTI FULLANDSCAPED
4 bedroom 2 bathroom half
acre ot land. Air-conditioned ir
Blair Estate $59,000.00.
2. Blair Estate 3 bedroom
house fully furnished V2 acre
lot $59,000.00.

3. Beautiful 3 bedroom 21/2
bathroom landscaped
airconditioned in Highland
Park. $68,000.00.
1. Grove, West Bay 4
bedroom 2 bathroom home
fully furnished plus 2 self
contained apartments
overlooking Bay $85,000.00.
5. Sans Souci Lot 100x110
$6,000.00.


6. Imperial Park 3 bedroom 2
bath house fully furnished
beautiful landscaped
$39,000.00.

7. Beautiful 4 bedroom 3 bath
fully furnished airconditiored
with kidney shape swimrling
pool and large patio in Blair
Estate.

8. Nicholls Town Aidros -
Residential and Business
properties for sale. rice on
application.

9 Centtreville 3 bedroom 2
bathroom on large lot Partly
furnished $44,000.00.

10. West Bay Street the Clove
2 large lots price open to
offers.
CALL DOUGLAS CAREY
AND
C.A. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE CO.
Phone 52953.
C14945
HIGH VISTA LOT T-9 105' x
80'. Paid $7,200 Call and make
an offer. Telephone 32559
after 6 p.m.


FOR RENT

C14991
CONCHREST APARTMENT
facing sea Rental $750. Sale
price $80,000.00.
CAREFREE garden
apartment. Sale price
$45.000.00. Rental $450.
WINTON 3 bedrooms 3 baths,
furnished, views and patio. Sale
or rental. Immediate
occupancy. DIAL SUSAN
22305.
C14741


MrVUDONNA APARTMENT
Corner Mount Royal Averue
and Durham Street,
Two-bedroom apartments,
completely y furnished.
Telephone daytime 28272.
After -:O p.m. 5-3418.
C15776
NASSAU HI LLCREST
TOWERS
Swimming pool. sun terrace.
laundry facilities, 1 1-bedroom
apartment, 1 3-bedroom
apartment, fully furnished,
Contact 78421-2. Evenings
77065.
C14745
THE WAKEFIELD APARTMEI
Corner Crideau Avenue,
Englerston. OiD' and two
bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone dayt me 2-8272,
after 6:00 p.m. 5-3418.
C15799
1 2-bedroom 2 bath apartment,
furnished. Village Road area.
Call 41177.

C15794
FURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment consisting of
living-dining room, kitchen and
bathroom. Twynam Avenue.
Telephone 5-8185.


/34
-OVELY 2 bedroorr
airconditioned apartrient,
Dundas Court, Pyfr him's
Addition, Master T.V.ant'nna
and laundry room facilities
enclosed parking area. For
information call 3-4953 or
5-425P,

C14992
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom, 1
bath Bungalow, Cunningham
Lane, half block from SEA.
$275,00. DIAL SUSAN 22305.
Clb24U
3 bedroom, 2 bath house fully
furnished, Stapledon Gardens.
Phone 5-6168 after 6:00 p.m.
or anytime weekends.

.14909
2 BEDROOM 1 bath
apartment, fully furnished and
ready for occupancy. Situated
in Winton Highway. Prices vary
from $350 to $375 per month.
Phnne 2-1631
C15779
ATTRACTIVELY furnished
efficiency. Centreville. Water
included. Private parking.
$170.00 per month. Phone
2-1741/2 business hours.
C14/62
COTTAGES and apartment.
monthly airconditioned,
fully furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297.31093


r RENT I


C14735
LARGE spacious 3 bedrooms
((aii airconditioned) 3 bath
(fully furnished, hilltop house
Didnottage Estite. Must see to
appreciate. $700 per rronth
including light and water.
Telephone 2-3713, 5-9322 or
3-1671

CARS FOR SALE


C15772
1973 MATADOR. BEST
OFFER Phone 4-3091 after 5
p.m.
C15792
SPECIAL 1971 "Firebird 350"
iAl condition, radio, tape,
excellent condition, $3950.
relphone 23137.
C14984
1968 DODGE DART, standard
shift, white, excellent
condition, $1,000. Call 35729
anytime.
C15793
ABC MOTORS
Budget-priced, A-1 used Best
Best value for your money.


1973 GRAND TORINO
SPORTS, 2-door, auto. trans,.
air, radio $4,500
1974 MORRIS MARINA auto.
trans., radio $3,500
1974 PINTO, 3-door runabout,
standard, radio $4,900
1973 DODGE PICKUP
TRUCK $3,300
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA
2-door, auto. trans., radio air
$3,900
1972 FORD TORINO, 4-door,
auto. trans., air, radio $4,500
1972 TOYOTA 1100 c.c.,
standard $1,200
1971 VOLKSWAGEN 1300.
auto. trans. $1,900.
1971 FORD CAPRI, auto.
trans. $850.
PICKUP TRUCK $2,400
1970 FORD LTD, air, auto,
trans. $2,750

1970 VOLKSWAGEN
fastbackk $1,900
1970 VA.IXHALL VICTOR
STATION WAGON, 4-door,
standard $800
1971 VAUXHALL VIVA $650
SUNBEAM HUNTER, auto.
1970 FORD TORINO: 2-door,
auto. trans., air, radio $2,400
1971 CHEVHOLET PICKUP
TRUCK $2,400


1971 SUNBEAM HUNTER
auto. trans., $1,200


1969 FORD
ESTATE $1,200
1969 CHEV
WAGON $1.000


CORTINA

STATION


1969 FIAT STATION
WAGON, standard $350
1969 VAUXHALL VIVA,
standard $400
1973 CHEV NOVA, auto.
trans., air $4,800
1967 FORD FAIRLANE 50C
$800.

ABC MOTORS
Collins Avenue
phone 2-1031
OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY
8a.m. to 6 p.m.
SATURDAY 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.r
C14952
1971 FORD MAVERICK A-I
condition, brand new paint
job, insured for whole year.
Quick sale $2,250. After 5 and
Saturday call 53661 before
5 call 34270.
C14975


TEACHER LEAVING
'69 CAMARO 2 door hardtop
standard transmission.
Excellent condition. $1650.
Call 53644.
C15759
1968 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA convertible,
automatic transmission, power
steering, radio. $1.600. O.N.O
Phone 42193.
C14995
1968 CHEVELLE Station
Wagon, excellent condition.
32000 true mileage, executive
driver. Call 2-2738 from 9 to 5.
C15757
1970 MORRIS 1300 ESTATE
$600. Call Mr. Page -
24276.


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C15764
1970 VAUXHAII VIVA
ESTATE. 30,000 miles $700.
Regular Servicing. Phone
78789 (evening) 42622 (day).



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


SCHOOLS


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C14754 --
WOLSEY HALL
IHE OXFORD COMIESPONOENCE COLLEGE
Whatever the qualification \ou ,ani -
G C(.E. *0 and 'A' lteeNl., a Londor
Uninersiit Dcree. Profesional E.-
aminatlion or Business Sludin Nolse\
Hall funded n in I l94gr1e.oiL:
* A guaranlie of tuition until o paou
)our enamnaiion at no e\ra cosl
An outslanding record of success For
example R7 of Wole\ Hall ituldenls
silri:lg rfor A honours degrees have
pansed in the last 7 cars
Over 75 years ofenperience resulting in
the most efi cini modern meihods of
postal teaching ht airmail if required
* Personal tuition Ito meel our preciel
requirementi
Lo feespaahie t, inntalment.
If )ou want to kno, ho i to
rpare r for a srucensful future
ril.VEfor a re prospeclus to
Dmemp V iEm
VOW WL I 0M in


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tC14336


SETTLER'S PUB I INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY
* The Nassauvians
* The Electric Circle
OPEN TILL 4.00 a.m.


C148/4
MEMBERS OF
THE UNIVERSITY PLAYERS
PRESENT


LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Lt.arn to drive with confider-"r.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 p.m. ar 3-5084 anytime.
C15774
POPEYE KINDERGARTEN

Most reliable daycare centre
Children from 6 weeks to 5
years
7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

Jerome Avenue, Pyfrom's
Addition
Phone 5-9903.


FOR SALE

C149A 3
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.

C14965
2 BURNER OIL Stove ---
$27.00
2 Burner Hot Plate $15.00
Hollywood Bed $95.00
10 Piece Bedroom Set -
$295.00
D & R. FURNITURE
Market Street South
Phone 22637.
C14742 FOR SALE
SPECIAL SALE
Wedding gown, complete witn
plastic covering, and
including:-
Headpiece (50 styles to choose
from), veil, formal slip, lone
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.
C15760
BEAUTY EQUIPMENT FOR
SALE. TELEPHONE 2-8989.
C14860
SINGLE Bedroom suite fit for
a Princess! Canopied bed with
hand tailored mattress with
powermatic inner springs
recommended by A.M.A. and
box springs; chest of drawers;
vanity/desk and chair in
superior French Provincial
style excellent condition
$850.00 O.N.O.
Baby items used by one baby:
a) car seat (white)
b) stroller with canopied cover
(blue & white)
Ic) playpen
d) bassinette (dressed)
To view call 2-1986 (day)
4-2586 (after 5 p.m.)
C15777
19" portable T.V. 2 months
old. Leaving Island. 5-9447 -
r,-1152 after 5:30 p.m.
C15781
ONE 12 gallon furnished tisn
aquarium and stand. Telephone
Russell 7-4271 (days) 5-7170
(nights).
C15798
1 NEARLY new Box Spring
and Mattress, double bed size.
1 Chinese glass top coffee
table. Call 41177.
C15791
1 MOTOR CYCLE, Harley
Davidson. Phone 31824.
C14983
HOUSEFUL of furniture for
sale. Owner leaving colony.
Phone 35729



C15782
IF you have young cniloitr
this announcement is especially
for you. With the purchase of
one fifteen volume set o&
childcraft (The How and Why
Library By World Book) you
will receive absolutely free an
eight valume set of children's
classics. If you have older
children and purchase a 22
volume set of World Book
Encyclopedia you will receive a
World Atlas absolutely free.
Contact your local distributor
C. W. SANDS ENTERPRISES
LTD., P. O. Box 5449 E. S.
Nassau or Telephone 23921.


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




C14971
IF YOU'RE GOING AWAY
ON A HOLIDAY DON'T
FORGET to take some copies
of "BAHAMIAN JOTTINGS"
for your friends, especially
expatriates and Bahamians.
Obtainable at book shops and
the LINEN SHOP, Parliament
Street where they are
autographed.

MARINE SUPPLIES
C11 94
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander. sleeps six, priv,,te
shower, two 230 h.p. -iigi les
'with less than 200 hours.
Kitchenette, good conditi'.'
Call 24267, 5401.
C14894
MINI FISH BOAT, good
condition. Call Harding's
2-3067 after 6 p.m. 5-5704.


BUSINESS 6 PROFESSIONAL


DIRECTORY

Save Time


SHOP ...


Lit k IBi tln tllf

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ANTENNAS
Island TV 2-2618

AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas Batteries
Bay Street Garage 2-2434

BOOKSTORE
The Christian Book
Shop 5-8744

BUSINESS FORMS
Executive
Printers 2-4267/5-4011
KITCHEN CABINETS
Commonwealth
Furniture 31120

CAMERAS
.ohn Bull :-4252/3

ENTERTAINMENT
moviess
Film & Equip. Service 2-2157

FLORISTS
ISLAND FLORIST 2-2702-
5-5419

GARDEN &
PET SUPPLIE-
Modernistic Garden Pei
Madeira Shop Plaza 2-2868
.Njssau Garden & Pet
Montrose Avenue 2-4259

HARDWARE
John S. George 2-8421/6

To Advertise In
This Directory
CALL. 2-2768


2CAr21MtIX 5

2 [n hill 'r


LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING


New Oriental
Laundry


2-4403


MEN'S WEAR
r..shionette Ltd. ?2376/7
OPTICIANS
Optical Service
i.;d. 2-291, /1

PAPER
Commercial
P3per Ho'-ie 5-9731

PRINTING
Wong's Printing 5-4506
Executive
Printers 2.4267/S-4011
RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubber Stamp 5-4506

SPORTS GOODS
Champion Sport Land 2-1862

TRAVEL
P1lvtor: 2-2231/71
R.H. Curry & Co.,2-8681/7
TV REPAIRS
Channel Electronics Ltd..
3-5478

TRUCKING
JOHNSON'S TRUCKING
& LANDSCAPE 5-9574

TYPEWRITER REPAIR
JUNIOR BETHEL 5-1044

UPHOLSTERING
Eddie's Upholstering 5-9713.


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FOR TEl MACNI N rWANT


SeopNsesm mmermmhmtsm
Shop Nass au erat

For Business And Services


C14969
22 foot Boat 160 H.P.
Mercruiser inboard, outboard
- Both rebuilt. Sleeps 2. Top
condition. $4000 O.N.O. "
anytime 31642.
C14910
7 HP Outbaord Motor, extra
long shaft, heavy duty
propeller, just overhauled. See
Capt. Key at Royal Nassau
Sailing Club.
Clb/b4
"JUPITER 15" fifteen-foot
fibreglass boat with Mercury
500 electric start outboard,
trailer and accessories all in
excellent order includes:
New trailer, new battery, 2 fuel
tanks, 2 anchors and ropes, 2
new paddles, ladder, boathook,
battery charger, 6 life jackets,


steel wire sling.
READY TO GO -
SALE- $1,500.
Phone 2-2611 Day or
Evenings.


CASH

3-4461


C15752
1971 28 foot Flybridge
Bertram with twin 215 h.p.
Mercruisers in excellent
condition and well equipped
and also with Dual Control.
31731 (day).
C14763
PACEMAKER 44 ft
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 3-2371.
C15773
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.
\CHRIS --CRAFT
CONCORDE

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES

SEAGULL OUTBOARDS
At our dock, we have several
selected used boats but we
need more listings, see us to
buy or sell.
Our Dive and Marine store has
many Goombay bargains so
come in.
P. O. Box t41658
Tel. 24869
C15766
NEW 31 ft. boat, well
constructed, locally built.
$3,750.00. To view call 2-2868
days.
C15767
28 ft. twin screw Cabin
Cruiser, fly bridge with dual
controls, air-conditioned cabin.
Excellent shape. $9,000 -
O.N.O.. Please call 2-3211
days, 3-4243 nights. Ask for
Mr. Bruce.
C15780
ONE 19 ft. Chris Craft Lanzer,
185 h.p. inboard outboard
engine, excellent condition.
$3500. Telephone Russell
7-4271 (days) 5-7170 (nights).
At our dock, we have several
selected used boats but we
need more listings. See us to

C15788
HOUSEBOAT
66 ft. Concrete hull, bedroom,
living room and kitchenette,
two bathrooms, sundeck,
central air condition,
beautifully furnished. $20,000
or nearest offer. Also 21 ft 155
Buick in-outboard hurricane
riju. snip to shore. Al
condition. $2800. Phone
/7550 or 77773.


IN MEMORIAL
C14974
IN Loving memory of my dear
mother, Florence Rolle, who
departed this life June 22,
1949.
Gone but not forgotten
Through the night of doubt
and sorrow,
Onward goes the pilgrim band,
Singing songs of expectation,
Marching to the promised land
On the gladness of rejoicing
On the far eternal shore.
Where the one almighty Father
Reigns in love for evermore
IRENE MONCUR

HELP WANTED


C14986
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Offset Pressman,
40 hours per week, good
working conditions. Apply
BAHAMAS PRINTING, Oakes
Field.


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350-574, MIAMI, FLA.
33135.
C15274
JOB TITLE: PLANT
ENGINEER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
College Graduate.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years civil engineering.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manage the engineering
activities in connection with
physical and technical aspects
of company operations,
property maintenance,
improvements, and additions.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
rl 62R4
JOB TITLE: (THRtt.
WELDERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Must be
a certified welder.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeprt, Grand Bahama.


Com by Classified Cnter at The T or call 2- Ex. Nassau,352 -608 in t 5p. dp.m.

Come by Classified Counter at The Trbune or call 2-1986 Ext. 5 in Nassau,352 -6608 in Freeport from 9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon. to Fri. Sat. 9a.m. to 1p.m


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C14733

MOVING?

For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P.O.
Box N-1893. Phone
2-4511,



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June 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th 1974
at
8:30 p.m.
THE DUNDAS CIVIC CENTRE,
Mackey Street
Admission $2.50
Obtainable at both
DEL JANE Stores

C15787
BLUE HILL GOLF CLUB
Golf: Adults $2.50 and Juniors
$1.50 per day.
DRIVE RANGE, TENNIS
AND SQUASH
From 8:00 a.m. to Midnight
7 days per week Tel: 3-6333.


PETS FOR SALE

C15795
2 black Labradcr Male Puppies
9 weeks. $150 each. Phone
5-8185.


C14997
VACANCY exists with
International Company dealing
in sales and service of business
machines for Stockroom
Clerk/Administrative
Assistance. Duties would
include responsibility for
day-to-day operation of
stockroom and dispatching
servicemen to different jobs.
Experience in stockroom
procedures involving control
helpful but not essential
Please apply in writing giving
background and references to
PMB 6400, Nassau.
C14961
TREASURE CAY has a
vacancy for an architect.
Successful candidate must
meet the following
requirements:-
1). Must hold a degree in
architecture from a recognized
school.
2). Must be a member of an
internationally recognized
Institute of Architecture.
3). Must have had a minimum
of 4 years experience.
4). Candidate will be involved
mainly in the administration of
building projects currently in
progress.
PLEASE REPLY TO:
TREASURE CAY LIMITED
Attn. Harry Hall P. O. Box
N-3229 Nassau, Bahamas.
C 14807
LEADING Car Dealer in
Nassau requires a director of
training to train employees in
back shop. Applicant must
have at least 10 years
experience and be able to
initiate company training
programmes for existing and
future models of vehicles.
Please apply in writing, giving
background and references to
P. O. Box N-3006, Nassau.
C14964
TWO FARMI-HELP H:s.
Contact Harry Allen, corner
Market St. and Father Calnan
Road. Phone 3-5179.
C 14994
FARM LABOURER. Must be
prepared to weed and plant
vegetables. Prefer person to live
on premises.
Cl4979
LIVE-IN Farm Labourer.
$45,00 per week. Apply in
person to "Jerolyn's", Mr.
Granville Symonette, Blue Hill
Road, near Week's Bicycle
Shop. 5-7324.
CiS/bb
TWO competent chainmen with
at least 3 years experience.
Phone 24596-7.
C15000
HANDYMAN wanted for small
private island. Room and board
supplied. Pay $35.00 per week.
Must be able to endure long
periods alone. Also have
knowledge of generator and
water pump operation. Call:
2-7588.

C15758
BAHAMIAN wanted to weed
ai id keep yards clean.
Telephone 3-4953.
C14999
THREE FARM LABOURERS
to work on local farm. Call
3-6920 after 5 p.m.
C14953
FARM Labourer to weed farm
and clean yard. Write to: P. O.
Box 1594, Nassau.
c --~-ili -- ----.
C 14919
SALES REPRESENTrAIVt
EXPERIENCED TO CA. L
ON MERCHANTS & tIOTELS
IN THIS AREA state past
positions, and give referenrices
APPLY. THE MIAMI


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C15273
JOB TITLE: OPERATIONS
FOREMEN

MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years. Training and experience
in cement manufacturing
process.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise single-turn activities
of cement making operations
necessary to produce slurry
clinker and finished cement of
the type quantity and quality
required to meet customer
requirements and shipping
schedules.

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15775
YARDWORKER
Man 30-40 years of age to care
for grounds and general
yardwork. Must have at least 5
years experience and
knowledge of general grounds
care. For appointment, phone
77673 between 9 a.m. 4
p.m.


C15751
LIVE in maid well spoken to
work for family in Western
District. Only Bahamians or
those with Bahamian status
need apply. For further details
phone 21551 before 5 p.m.
C15783
FARM LABOURER with some
mechanical skill for one acre
fruit and vegetables. Salary $50
- 5'/2 days. Phone 2-4777 or
2-3806.
C15765
4 SAILORS OR DECK
HANDS AND ONE OILER
M.V. Deborah-K Limited.
Telephone 2888, P. O. Box
579, Marsh Harbour, Abaco.
C15768
Live-in handyman to work in
yard and around house. Phone
Noel Seymour, 3-1695.
C15789
FARM HELPER. Phone
(evenings) 36700 (mornings;.

C15769
FARM LABOUREH, pay $3b
per week. Phone 3-4227.
C15803
MAID WANTED. Call evenings
32531.
C15802
WANTED: Tailor to work in
tailor shop. Bahamian
preferred. Call Percy Ford.
34946.
,15796
LIVE In Maid to work with
family of six children. Apply
to: P. O. Box 4546.
C15785
WANTED Student Teacher
Classical, Modern Ballet. Twice
weekly for Girls' Industrial
School. Must have 5-7 years
training. Salary. 4-1375 Miss
Pratt.


JOB TITLE: ERECTION
SUPER INTl,,DENT
MINIM Uvl EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Must be
able to read blueprints.

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise the construction and
erection of modifications to
buildings and equipment in
Cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freennrt "r.nrnd Rahain,
C15281
JOB TITLE: CHIEF CHEMIST
& INSPECTOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: At
least 5 years cement plan'
chemistry experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise the
quality control procedures
ranging from selection and
blending of raw materials
through the manufacturing
process to the final inspection
and testing of cement prior to
release for shipping.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15283

JOB TITLE: POWERHOUSE
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Knowledge of Power Plant
electronic and pneumatic
controls.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise on a swing shift
basis, turn activities, including
operations and maintenance of
Power Plant personnel engaged
in the generation of electrical
power for the operations of the
Cement Plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahamr.


I I


C15282
JOB TITLE: MOBILE
EQUIPMENT REPAIRMAN
LEADER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Directs and plans work of
workmen as required to
inspect, test, adjust, dismantle
and replace unit assemblies or
parts and make complete
repairs to gasoline or diese
powered equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


POSITION WANTEDi
C14981
INTELLIGENT, attractive 42.
year old American woman,
seeking position as
book-keeper credit manager or
any office work. 20 years
experience. Have police
certificate, health certificate
and letters of reference, write
P. O. BoxN-8721.


TRADES SERVICES

C15770
WINDOW & DOOR
SPECIALISTS
Repairs in all types of
aluminum windows and doors.
Phone 54460 -42832.
C14825
AUTOMOBILE
AI CONDITIONING
We install and repair
airconditioning in all model
cars.
We can als. solve all other
airconditioning and
refrigeration problems.
GENERAL APPLIANCE
COMPANY
Telephone 3-6086
Box .2043 GT
Market Street South
L14/bZ
T. V.ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5-9404
:WOHLD LU- MUSIC
Ml;ckev Stroret


HELP WANTED

C15270
MANUFACTURING
JEWM-LLER
Applicants should be
experienced in gem mounting,
design and manufacturing
semi-precious and precious
jewellery. Salary negotiable.
Write: Adanac Investments
Co., Ltd., P. O. Box F-647,
Freeport or phone 352-6425.
C15271
HEAD GARDENER WITH 5
YEARS EXPERIENCE
Applicant should be
experienced with knowledge of
the various plants and the use
of pesticide and insecticide
also he should be able to write
reports and make up time
sheets as he would have three
people to supervise. Applicant
must be able to read and write
and should be prepared to
work each work day.
Apply to: Colonial Research
Institute East Atlantic Drive
and Nansen Avenue P. O. Box
F-40. Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15274
JOB TITLE: PLANT
ENGINEER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
College Graduate.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years civil engineering.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manage the engineering
activities in connection with
physical and technical aspects
of company operations,
property maintenance,
improver. nts, and additions.
INTEREST rED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C15279
(4) LABOURERS willing to
do all types of menial labour.
Pick and shovel, operate
Jackhammer and all other
general clean up.
DRILL RIG OPERATOR -
must have at least 2 years
experience on the job.
CARPENTER must have at
least 3 years experience in
layout and construction of
roof trusses.
PIPELAYER AND CUTTER -
must have at least five years
experience as labourer and
trench pipelayer. I
Island Construction Co., Ltd..
p. 0. Box F-35, Freeport.


C14761

pItr'sd Ctefeom
Brokesk. Ltd.

Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. O. BOX N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
E. DELIVERY
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
FREE ESTIMATES

C14765
MASTER TECHNICIANS
LTD., Mackey Street, your
Whirlpool distributor offers
refrigerators, washers, dryers,,
compactors, freezers, ice.
makers, air conditioners and:
garbage disposers.With full
warranty on every home
appliance we sell. Service done
by factory trained mechanics.
Telephone 23713, 5-9322.

C14759
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or trenching
done? Call
CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD. 2-4996
nr 5-R725

C14/b6
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE...
see: ISLAND BUILDERS
LIMITED P. 0. Box 6285 ES
Phone 3-1671 -- 3-1672.

C14751
SEWING MATCHING
PARTS AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY
P. 0. Box rl461'b,
Dowdeswell and Christie Street:
Telephone 21197, 23152.


HELP HINTED

C15277
FREIGHT MANAGER -
minimum 8 years experience -
responsible for inward and
outward freight documentation
- typing and preparation of
manifests and bills of lading -
arranging freight forwarding to
all foreign destinations -
meeting and clearing foreign
vessels --maintaining discipline
over own staff must have
knowledge of Customs
Regulations.
Application in writing ONLY
to E.H. Mundy & Co.
(Bahamas) Ltd., P. O. Box
F-2492, Freeport.
C15278
TWO HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATORS
ONE with a minimum of three
years experience on all
Cleveland Ditching machines.
ONE* with a minimum or tnre*
years experience operating the
Cleveland 400 and a Bycyrus
Erie Bakchoe.
Written references and work
records required. Apply to:
Island Construction Co., Ltd.,
P. O. Box F-35, Freeport.


C15275
CHEF GARDE MANGER:
,One(l) Chef Garde Manger
Must have full knowledge of
cold food preparation such as
salads, canapes, decorative
centerpieces, ice sculpturing.
Must have two years
experience. Must have cooks'
apprenticeship papers. Must
have worked as a Chef de
Partie before.
For the above please apply to
the Personnel Office, HQliday
Inn of Lucayan Beach, P. 0.
Box F-760, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas.
C15268
WANTED FOR LUCAYAN
MARINA
GARBAGE MAN
MARINE PURCHASING
OFFICER supervise
purchasing, sales and stock
control of marine supply.
COMFORTER LIFT
OPERATOR
Only Bahamlans need apply to:
Steve Hollingsworth, P O. Box
F-477, Phone 373-1215 or
373-1216, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.


HELP MNTED


C15281
JOB TITLE: CHIEF CHEMIST
& INSPECTOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: At
least 5 years cement plant
chemistry experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise the
quality control procedures
ranging from selection and
blending of raw materials
through the manufacturing
process to the final inspection
and testing of cement prior to
release for shipping.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15282
JOB TITLE: MOBILE
EQUIPMENT REPAIRMAN
LEADER
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Directs and plans work of
workmen as required to
inspect, test, adjust, d smdntle
and replace unit assemblies or
parts abumwke complete repairs
to gasoline or diesel powered
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeoort. Grand Bahama.
C15283

JOB TITLE: POWERHOUSE
FOREMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Knowledge of Power Plant
electronic and pneumatic
controls.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise on a swing shift
basis, turn activities, including
operations and maintenance of
Power Plant personnel engaged
in the generation of electrical
power for the operations of the
Cement Plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15269
Stone Products require
PRECAST CONCRETE
MASON. Candidate must have
5 to 10 years experience, be,
able to work on own initiative
and be knowledgeable of
aggregates and concrete mixes
and be able to do artistic
concrete work.
Apply in own handwriting to:
Stone Products, P. O. Box
F-254, Freeport.
C15273
JOB TITLE: OPERATIONS
FOREMEN

MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years. Training and experience
in cement manufacturing
process.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise single-turn activities
of cement making operations
necessary to produce slurry
clinker and finished cement of
the type quantity and quality
required to meet customer
requirements and shipping
schedules.

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15276


AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
SPECIALIST SUPERVISOR
Applicant must be High
School Graduate or equivalent;
Graduate of The Federal
Aviation Agency Academy or
an accredited air traffic control
school. Must hold a valid Air
Traffic Controller's Licence for
approach and aerodrome
control and have had at least
ten years experience as an
active controller, of which the
last three years must have been
in a supervisory capacity. Must
be able to supervise
journeymen and apprentice
controllers as well as develop,
monitor and maintain a
training program for apprentice
controllers. Must hold a
current Class Two medical
certificate.
Apply to: The Grand Bahama
Development Co., Ltd.
Personnel Dlanartment
C15272
PLANT SUPERINTENDENT
- electrical plumbing and
hydraulics experience required,
previous experience in
maintenance of sewage
treatment plants, able to train
staff.
Apply to: Lucayan Utilities
Ltd, P. O. Box F-657,
Freeport.


C15262
LIVE-IN MAID between 35
and 45 years old. Will be
required to care for baby and
perform household duties.
Apply in writing to: P. O. Box
F-2128, Freeport, Grand
Bahama. Bahamians only need
apply.


PIPEFITTER FOREMAN
Four (4) industrial pipefitter
foremen required for heavy
industrial mechanical work.
Able to handle welding and
pipefitting crews of 12 men.
Experience must include at
least five (5) years in
supervisory position, ability to
read blueprints and lay out
piping work and be familiar
with all aspects of mechanical
construction.
Send resume to: Westhemeco
Ltd., P. 0. Box F-2550,
Freeport, Phone 3734684 or
contact Mr. Rick Penn, P. 0.
Box F-2533, Phone 373-1735.

C15284
JOB TITLE: (THREE)
WELDERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Must be
a certified welder.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15285
MALE or FEMALE to work on
farm, take care of children.
$30.00 per week, Bahamian
preferred.
Contact Mr. E. Jones, West
End, Grand Bahama Island.
C15280
JOB TITLE: ERECTION
SUPERINTENDENT
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Must be
able to read blueprints.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise the construction and
erection of modifications to
buildings and equipment in
Cement plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTA.CT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box 1F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15286
STEVEDORE Must be
physically able to do heavy
work and know rigging, hatch
operation and cargo handling.
Must accept other duties
assigned.
LINESMEN/GROUNDSMEN/
CLEANERS (3) Must clean
and weed outdoor areas and
indoor including washrooms
and toilets. Handles ships lines
in docking and casting off.
Must be available for night
calls.
TALLYMAN HARBOUR -
Knowledge and experience of
checking/tallying cargo
Discharged/Loaded from/in
ships and in General Cargo
Vans. Also checking cargo in
Warehouses and delivery of
goods to Consignees.
FORK LIFT OPERATOR -
HARBOUR (2) Experience
and knowledge needed for
ability to operate fork lifts
from 8 to 12 ton capacity
efficiently and safely. Must
handle loads of various
dimensions. Required to do
stevedoring work, as assigned.
Apply to: Personnel
Department, Freeport
Commercial & Industrial
Limited, P. O. Box F.2666 or
30C Kipling Building,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


IANNm CEMENTS I
C14764 SHAWNEE
Daily Service between West
Palmhn Beach and West End. For
Reservations call The Grand
Bahama Hotel (Ext. 5).


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C15263
One male GARDENER
needed.
See Ural Smith, 8 Mile Rock,
Grand Bahama.


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THE TRIBUNE .. Saturday. June 22, 1974.


"Which of the thirty employees you're supposed.to
manage managed to out-manage you THIS time?"


1I GUSM E WIND 81OWIN' SIMEWH6PE ELSE TO AY.
rt PRLY T AOUR THICI EFY.

HEATHCLIFF


*ABOUT THIS NEW BROP OF CAT FOOP
YOU 80Y5 CAME UP WITH..."


IOFFICE L H


(Olues Aerm.
OtitaLandlng. (4)w
Farm store. (4)
Shoe-tie. (4)
Annmal noise. (4)
Girl in the family. (5)
Like your father's brothers (iS
Operatic tune. (4)


Clues Down
He's on the stage. (4. 3)
Put out the money. 3(S
He a bit over-enthsilastle. 4,4
Chess pieces. (3)
Slippery lish. (3)
Eye expert. (7)
Wrong. (3)
Three R.A.F. squadrons. (4)
Metal. (3)
lien houlls.
I'd clung ItI
(a n at a.
(g)


N u number.
(6)
He alms at
ca u siln
disru p-
tion. ()9>


---- Je Comic Pa --


Dal Curtis


I CARROLL RIGHTER'S

GHOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Rigtir nstitute
z'S\ GENERAL TENDENCIES: You are all stirred
S up to get persons to see your most heroic
qualities and to compliment you on the fine person you are,
but unless you have earned this right, it is necessary to plug
along a little longer before reaping the rewards you so
longingly desire.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) If you are not so demanding
with others., you can have a successful day and p.m. Make
plans early to save time and energy. Show you are an outgoing
person.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Busy yourself improving
home conditions. Good p.m. to entertain at abode those
persons most helpful to you. Keep troublemakers away.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Have a happy time with
persons you most like; talk over family affairs. Get into the
amusements that are most enjoyable. Don't spend too much
money.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Study assets to
improve them See what you can do to build up an estate, also.
Take no chances with one who has an eye on your possessions.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Be diplomatic instead of pushing
your wishes and you get better results. Use that smile more
and charm others into doing what you want.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Confer with experts, then get
into a definite plan of action for success. An excellent day to
give service where feasible.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Show appreciation to one who
has been a very good associate for some time. Then be with
other persons who like you and gain added support.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) A new plan needs the aid of
a bigwig to get it working successfully. A good time to expand
in whatever direction means the most to you.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Good day to get into
the philosophical side of your life to make the future brighter
and happier. Get needed information from a new associate.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Be efficient at
commitments made; work honestly along with debtors and
creditors. Clarify matters if mate is confused.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Find out where an ally
stands on a matter vital to you both. Don't come out with any
ideas that are outlandish, or you lose a good associate.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Make abode more charming.
Listen to what a fellow worker has to suggest. Follow ideas
that are really good, but discard the rest.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will like
approval and will therefore work harmoniously with others
throughout the lifetime in any joint matters. It is important
for you to give the praise that is deserved for any good work
done by your youngster, and then the life becomes a
successful one, whereas criticism could ruin the morale,
especially if it is hot deserved.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!



rTH Make V"u Very CHKOSS-word. he onle with no Ilnnulerr and.
except for the lirst in each section ,o order to the clues. One
hint hb coompiler FIM iMcKAl : The nine-letter words aerscs, when
solvedd will help voie with lots of others Solution on Monday
Snug. (4)
Debase. (3)
Adding. (7)
|Insect. (3)
SCarriage for meal-eaters. iii
S-I (CGrippint Instrument. (t.I
ff | Tricks. R)


APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Kotzlky


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD


Saunders & Overgard


tIti erdaiy' e huittn


I TAR


CROSSWORD e V AS A,
EVIE L010E A RD
PUZZLE PEAFEICITOA!11
ACROSS 0NI N E ra
RETE AV OIDED
1. Musical finales 27 Hot RY AV ON
6 Indian coin 29 Porch 6 i EIRS S AP A C E
I. Soft palate 32. Pronominal


adjective
33. Twitching
34. Bushy clump
36. Trade center
40. Preposition
42. Parson bird
44. Pasture
45. Three miles
47 Liquid rubber
49. Roadhouse
50 Valorous
51. Requires
5? Estate


IIOfIIi STTI I BII.Aj
I I IMIPRS I R PE
IM101 1JT~I Bl A


word must conlta
letter, and there
,1 0 .R n k -*


H #Wany
Howords of
fo un r letters
or r-'ore can
you snake
fro n, he
letters lio61wn
lt e e ? In
mna k i a
word. each
letter m a .
be used once
only. Ealh
in the large
must e Sat
fa wn.af In thp


win words
elgn words:


./ one III lt-l: t r v
P N E N TRiSt. L i-Noplrals:i. no fore
LEl"E


SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
DOWN 3 Fops
4 Stout
5. Satiate
1. Medicinal 6 Allude to
cigaret 7. Grape
2 Sheeplike 8. Body of water
8 9 o 9 Complete
10. Bewitch
13 13. Opponent
18. Heavy weight
21 Theater sign
S23. Newt
9 26. Choose
28. Doctrine
29. Shore bird
1 2 30 Clothes moth
31, Eight notes
~- 32. International
language
0 7 r 9 [:p 35.Begins
37. Communion
' table
38. Female ruff
39 Tariff
S41. Pointed arch
43. Napoleon's
S- exile island
46 Black gram
*oeures 6-25 48. Curve


"You keep me so loaded down with work that I even
alhed the streaker who ran through the office."


W inning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
QUIZ
Dealer South: E W Vul.
North
SQ 9 8 4
A 4
8632
A J 10 9
South
A K J 10 6
K5
K 5 3
South North

West leads the *'K.
Assuming that the tru;mpy
mp.iy break badly, but that there
are no voids or singletons in
the side suits, can deolarer make
certain of his contract?
ANALYSIS: If declare fails to
find the 4Q, he may lose a club,
a heart and two diamonds.
There's nothing he can do about
the club and heart losers, but if
he can prevent East from gain-
in. te lead, he can protect his
The keey play Is to allow the
VK to hold. Winning the heart
or trump continuation, declare
runs the 4J. If West wins he
can neither put East in, nor lead
a diamond himself. Whatever
he does. South will ruff a heart
in dunmy, draw trumps and caah
three clubs, coring: ive
trumps, three cltus, the ?A and
a heart ruff.
Wet East
532 7
S K8 10 6 J J987
OA87 QJ 10 9 4
V87 642
delater the first
rled, byt iun Isay a h t e
9 tad West wM give t the
lead by underplaying his iQ.


*


no proper names. TO)AY'S
TARGET: 15 words good:
19 words. very good; 23 words
excellent Soluliton tomorrow.
SA'TUlKAV'S SOLUTION :
Emit enlist etui inlet inset
insult iset tle item lent lest
lint list listen litmus lust lute
melt metis miilt llint minuet
minute mitit tnite MUSIINET
nust mute nest sent silent slt
site Sit slt smelt smite smut
tem ti stile tm stin i suet suit
snllte sunllt tile time tine tinsel
tuism tune unit t unte lit
unset untie until untile utensil


Chess
By LEONARD GARDEN


(10,000)
Reaching a round 10,000 calls
for a special puzzle, so here (with
apologies if you've seen it before)
is an ending which never fails
to interest. It has defeated
grandmaste:s; even Tat and
Spassky gave it up, after trying
in vain for 45 minutes for a solu-
tion. White (playing as usual up
the board) is to move and win.

H )LUTION -NO 10.000 -

Chess Solution
I B-Q7! (the only move)
K-B6; 2 P--4. K-K5 s t
K-B5; 3 K--Q); 3 P--R,
K-K4; 4 P-R6, K-B3; a
B-K8! and the pawn queens.


WORLD EVsE


12. Tennis star
Goolagong
14. Pack horse
15. Card game
16. Compass point
17. French
summer
19. Coin
20. Mrs. Truman
22. Seaweed
24 Gypsy husband
25. King Arthur's
lance


I STILL BELIEVE
tN HER, OWEN,,.


Paul Nichols


I


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THE TRIBUNE -- Saturday, June 22,


Engineer leads brave


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First Test action: India's Chandrasekhar is stumped by England's Alan Knott off Tony Greig'
and England win the TestCaptain Mike Denness raises his hand and John Edrich has his back to


- Marlins

in double

header
THE UNPREDICTABI
fourth "lace Bimini Marlins
will be hosted in Nassau for a
double header this weekend.
Following the completion of
a suspended game against
second palce Schlitz Beer this
evening (6:30), the Marlins
play Carroll's in the first game
tonight at 7:30. Jet Set play
Del Jane in tonight's second
game.
The Marlins and Carroll's
meet again tomorrow
afternoon (1 o'clock). A Becks
B3es/St. Bernards encounter
will follow.
B.B.A. STANDINGS
W L
Del Jane 25 8
Schlitt 22 8
Citibank 22 9
Bimini 16 7
Becks 19 14
Freeport 11 15
Jt et S 11 16
St. Bernard's 9 20
Heineken 9 21
Carroll's 2 28


perienced Zaire squad needing
to win by at least three goals to
qualify from group 2 for the
second round.
Jairzinho sent Brazil into the
lead in the 12th minute
Australian defenders held
back Chilean thrusts. Ray
Richards drew a yellow card
from the Iranian referee Vafar
Namdar for over-enthusiastic
tackling.
Only 16,000 spectators were
'scattered around the
87,000-capacity oval. site ol
the 1936 Olympic Games.
Waving Communist flags and
tooting foghorns, about 1,500
East German fans swept into
Hamburg for the first-ever
soccer match between national
teams of East and West
Germany.


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camera.
drew with Warwickshire (six
points).
Tunhridge Wells: Hampshire 332
(D). R. Turner 152, G. C. Greenidge
82, J. N. Graham four for 72) and
76 for three: Kent 141 (B. W.
Luckhurst 50); and 265 (G. W.
Johnson 63) Hampshire 18 points
beat Kent (four points) by seven
wickets.
Ilford: Surrey 282 (S. J. Storey
111, M. J. Edwards 52) and 182 for
seven dec: (R. I). Jackman 50 not
out) Essex 194 (R. M. 0. Cooke 54,
R. I'. Baker six for 29) and 242 for
nine. Essex (five points) drew with
Surrey (seven points).
Sheffield: Yorkshire 251 for four
dec: )G. Boycott 149 not out, P. J.
Sharpe 51) and 199 for five dec:
(1). L. Bairstow 56 not out)
Derbyshire 152 (A. R. Nicholson
four for 54) and 260 for seven (-..
G. Rowe 78, J. B. Bolus 67 not out,
M. II Page 52: G. A. Cope five for
100). Yorkshire (sevenpoints). drew
with Derbyshire (two points).
Oxford: Oxford University 300


LONDON India, led by a
galloping Farouhk Engineer,
made a brave start against
England on the third day of
the second test match today.
Facing England's massive
first innings score of 629,
Engineer, ably assisted by
Sunil Gavaskar, gave the
tourists a superb send off.
But a breakthrough by
English fast bowler Chris Old
left the Indians on 161 for
two wickets at lunch
Later: Indians 302 all out.
County scores:
Trent Bridge: Nottinghamshire
225 (1). W. Randall 60, I. E..
Hemmings six for 56) and 225 for
four dec: (G. S. Sobers 101 not
out, M. J. Harris 60). Warwickshire
202 for three dec: (R. N. Abberley
99. A. 1. Kallicharran 50) and 187
for six (M. J. K. Smith 57 not out)
Nottinghamshire (three points)


BRAZIL defeated Zaire 3-0
today and moved into the
second round of the World
Cup.
The Brazilans led 1-0 at
halftime.
Their goals were scored by
Jairzinho in the 12th minute,
Rivellino in the 66th and
Valdomiro in the 80th.
Brazil, the reigning
champions, moved forward
from group 2 with a slender
margin of one goal over
Scotland.
Both teams finished with
four points from three games.
Brazil had a 3-0 goals record
and Scotland were 3-1.
Yugoslavia, also with four
points, had a 10-1 goals record
and took top place in the
group standings, advancing into
the second round with Brazil.
Chile was held to a 0-0 draw
by Australia Saturday and
dropped out of the cup.
The result was that West
Germany and East Germany,
scheduled to meet later in the
evening at Hamburg, were
certain to take the two top
places in Group 1 and advance
to the second round.
The Scottish team travelled
to the stadium with heavily
armed troops shadowing their
bus by helicopter. Hundreds of
armed security men were
placed around the 62,000
capacity stadium as a guard
against terrorist threats.
The opening minutes of the
game were all Scotland's with
attack after attack breaking
down on fouls from the
Yugoslavs.
Yet Yugoslavia had the first



COULD this be the World
Cup without a penalty? Not
one was awarded in the first
16 games.

THE FIRST World Cup
player to take the plane home
is Haiti's Ernest Jean-Joseph,
banned from the competition
for taking a stimulant.

BRITISH Prime Minister
Harold Wilson told newsmen
he know more about soccer
than politics. But he had no
comment when asked if he
had applied for Sir Alf
Ramsey's former job as
England team manager.

THE 16 MATCHES so far
have brought 226 players into
World Cup action. Yugoslavia
has been the most econ-
omical, using 12.

FORWARD Adrian Alston,
a member of the Australian
team, has agreed to play next
season with the Hertha Berlin
club of West Germany's First
Division, Australian sources
said.
WEST GERMANY'S World
Cup soccer players have
received permission to see
their wives and girl friends
after the last game in the
preliminary round to cure
what they call "camp blues."

Two into one

will go
I-1 ATURIED on the all-star
studded wrestling show tonight
at lHouse of Champions Mt.
Royal Ave. Alec Hall, "The
Tenor" will attempt to handle
two men in the ring at the
same time. The Snake and
Killer Joe.
Super Plus, the Sensational
rapplcr and Mr. ('onfidcnce
Chris Rolle take on Toughies.
Wild Joe Goose the Wild One
IFgor and Sneaky Sneaky Little
Buggs.


tor nine dec: (1. Khan 170) and 245
for one dec: (T. R. Glover 103 not
out, R. Lee 82). Northamptonshire
185 (N. Maltby 59, E. I). lurdson
four for 73) and 263 (R. T. Virgin
71, R. Williams 64: Khan four for
107). Oxford University won by 97
runs.
Gloucester: Gloucestershire 84
(J. Spencer six for 19) and 236 (J.
A. Snow four for 50, M. A. Buss
four for 55) Sussex 248 (P. J.
Graves 145 not out: M. J. Procter
four for 47), and 74 for two:
Sussex (16 points) beat
Gloucestershire (four points) by
eight wickets.
Bath: Glomorgan 163 (A. R.
Lewis 61) and 245 (R. C. Davis 69,
L. W. Hill 53 not out: A. A. Jones
five for 81, It. R. Moseley four for
45): Somerset 290 (M. J. Kitchen
60: I). L. Williams five for 94, A. E.
Curdle four for 76), and 121 for no
wicket (Kitchen 65 not out)
Somerset (17 points) beat
Glamorgan (five points) by 10
wickets.


real chance after a long cross
by D;ajic on the left. Petkovie
blazed wide with a volley.
Yugoslavia gradually began
to play with more comoosurr
Teams:
SCOTLAND: Harvey,
Jardine, McGrain, Bremner,
Holton, Buchan, Morgan,
Dalglish, Jordan, Hay,
Lorimer.
YUGOSLAVIA: Marie,
Buljan, Hadziabdic, Oblak,
Katalinski, Bogicevic,
Petkovic, Acimovic, Bajevic,
Surjack, Dzajic.
Brazil faced the inex-


Minister to

tee off
THE MINISTER of
Education and Culture Mr.
Livingston Coakley will hit the
first tee shot opening
tomorrow's Bahamas Golf
Association interclub
invitational tournament at the
South Ocean golf course.
A lucheon for all golfers and
the awards presentation made
by Mrs. Molly Chappelle will
take place after the
tournament at the Hotel pool
side.
Pairing for the tournament:
Professions (6/1) 1). Rolle, J.
Philip, T. Maude: (6/2) V. Prosa, C.
.'lowers, R. l)umont; (7) T.
Hopkins. J. Walker, B.A.G;..,
Fortune Hit's:
Group 17.24 (10/1) E.
Culmer, C. Hepburn, (). Wingrrve,
W. Johnson: (14/1) B. Pinder,
B.A.G.C., D. (Gray. R. Kennedy:
(10/2) Fortune Hills I. Roberta,
G. Brathwaite, C. Cooper; ( 5) P.
Sheari, K. Rice ( B.A..('.;
(14/2) 1.. I yle. R. Kelty, Fortune,
Paradise.

All-star

softball
THE NEW Providence
Commercial Softball League
presents its annual all-star game
tomorrow afternoon (3
o'clock) at the John F.
Kennedy Park.
The all-star game will be
preceded by an old-timers
game scheduled for 1 o'clock.
This pits the Jeff Williams Old
Timers against the Sidney
"Budts" Outten Old Timers.

Lions win
PRETORIA The touring
British Lions rugby union side
easily won their second straight
inter itional against South
Africa today 28-9. The visitors
led 10-3 at halftime.
VOLLEYBALL
BAHAMAS Volleyball
Federation action, suspended'
due to the unavailability of the
gymnasiums, is expected to
resume next week, a
spokesman for the Federation
said.
Paradise Bees continue to
lead the ladies league
undefeated in five matches,
with Coke Jets in second and
Bahamas Commonwealth Bank
in third.
Defending champs Wardrobe
Stars top the mcns division
undefeated in five. Paradise
Giants with one loss in five
played are in second. Business
Systems Tigers are in third.
CRICKET
ST. A(GNFS seek to regain
their status in the Bahamas
Cricket Association standings
when they meet the
Adventurers tomorrow in a
two day match at Haynes Oval.
The Westerns play the Police at
Windsor Park. Both ialtches
begin at 1:30.


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D-day for the Italians
TOMORROW is decision day in groups three and four.
Poland, already through to the second round, meet Italy
in group four, looking for revenge for a 6-1 beating handed
out by the Italians in preliminaries for the 1966 World Cup.
Italy needs at least a point to be sure of a second round
place and has the defensive knowltow to achieve it. But the
Italian camp is racked with dispute after the 1-1 draw with
Argentina, and manager Ferruccio Valcareggi dropped two
of his biggest names, midfielder Gianni Rivera and striker
Gigi Riva.
Argentina is in the same situation as Chile and Brazil. It
has to run up goals against Haiti to have any hope of
staying in the hunt. Haiti is already booked for home.
In group three, both second round places are still open
though Uruguay has statistically a tougher task than
Netherlands, Bulgaria and Sweden.
The Netherlands take on Bulgaria at Dortmund
knowing that a draw is enough to go through. Sweden,
unbeaten but yet to score a goal, takes on Uruguay. The
group is so closely balanced that second place could well be
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