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An empty

mirage

By ETIENNE DUPUCH
THE EMERGENCY
Powers Act passed the
House Of Assembly last
night.
This should not surprise
anyone. The government
could not afford to back
down under pressure. It
would have been an
admission of surrender.
At this time they must
put on a bold face. But how
long this can continue in the
face of the mounting
pressure by a disillusioned
people remains to be seen.
Experience has shown that,
in cases of this kind, the
longer the delay, the harder
the fall.
The Prime Minister
admitted in an interview
over Z.N.S. this morning
that the country is laced
with difficult financial
problems that it may take a
long time to overcome.
Apparently the vision he
'had from where he "sat"
when he predicted a
glorious future for the
Bahaihan people after
indcpenderpe has proved to
be an empty mirage.
With the first anniversary
of independence comnimg up,
the Prime Minislti now
admits that dark clouds
hang low over the Bahamian
people.

But, for the moinment at
least, the Emergency Powers
Act may prove to he an
exercise in futility.
Leader of tce Opposition
Kendal Isaacs revealed in
the debate in the House of
Assembly vyiericro that
Li.-c is no ilIIlI iLiii y 'kilt,
Statute Books of the nation
giving the government the
power to put this act. into
effect.
I should iniagine that Mr.
Isaacs knows what he is
talking about. Because of
the specialized training he
received at the Law
Department of' the (Colonial
Office in London and the
experience lie 'gained as
Attorney Gcneral of the
colony, it is imy opinion
that Mr. Isaacs knows moreic
about law, government and
procedure than all the
lawyers in government t
rolled together
In any eve nt t lie
govern lme nt iiust realitec
that lhe temper of tile
people is rising. Unless they
are more stupid than I think
they are, I feel that they
will now tread softly with
Emergency Powers.

The pool F.N.M. are still
suffering from ithe docile
cooperation they gave the
govern ment at the in-
dependence conference in
London.
Mr. Pindling remindedc
them again yesterday that
the Independence ('Con-
stitution received the
unanimous support of the
delegation to London.
But he tried to gloss over
a point I raised in niy article
on the Emergency Powers
I repeal that an effort
was made by a member of
the Government delegation
to London to have a
provision inserted into the
constitution giving the
government t power to
restrict and control the
miovemenllts of Bahamiians, if
and when it was considered
necessary by the govern-
ment. 'This iniquitous
proposal was knocked down
by the F.N.M., and the U.K.
govern menlt.


A report is corning :lear
and strong over the pipeline
that something stinks in
Parliament Square ... and
it's not cheese.
I wonder how much
longer the authorities can
Page 2, Col. 4

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SKE
HANGING
SWAY LAMPS
$21.00 UP


Document on PVC pipes is pinned to
House door.


Till BAllAMAS Union of
Teachers has rejected a
proposal by the Salaries
Review Commission offering
lcichers a percentage increase.
The union contends such an
increase favours teachers at the
tlop of ltic scales and that those
at the bottom will not receive
anything worthwhile.
hlie B.IIU '. proposed an
acrosss lihe board increase to
(lie coin mission but the


THE HOUSE of Assembly will
be asked next week to appoint, a
committee to investigate the
importation of all types of PVC
pipes by the Ministry of Works
during the present tenure of Works
Minister Simeon Bowe.
The request has been made by
Clarence Town representative
Michael Lightbourn (Ind.) who
served notice of intent at
yesterday's meeting.
On June 5 FNM representative
Norman Solomon also brought up


commission will only ),o along
with it if the otlhi unions
agree with it," union president
Leonard Archer said yesterday.
If the olher unions agrrc c,
the B.U.T. anticiplIc a raise in
pay by July.
Mr. Archer said: "The union
will also seek to divorce itself
from the rest of Ihe Public
Service." The president went
on to say that: "All teachers
must go through long periods
of study before they become


the matter of PVC pipes when he
tabled a series of questions for Mr.
Bowe to answer. No reply has yet
been made however.
The questions suggested that the
Ministry of Works may have
contracted for the purchase of a
quantity of 4-inch PVC pipe at
S350,000 or $2.71 per foot when
the same pipe was available for
$100,000 or 80 cents per foot a
difference of $250,000.
This morning, acting on a phone
call, The Tribune sent a
photographer to the House of


FNM 'signed


blank


FNM DI)I.LFAT'S to
the 1972 Constitutional
talks left their signatures
with the government "on a
blank paper" before the
conference was over and
hef'ore the crucial citizen-
ship issIue was resolved,
lHealth Minister A. Loftus
Roker charged in the
Housc yesterday.
lHe said il was "hypocritical"
of the Opposition to trust the
government to complete the
,spremel law of the land on


paper'


By MIKE LOTHIAN


their own, and then say they
do not trust the government
with the Emnergency Powers
Act, the subject of debate at
the time,
Norman Solomon (FNM-St.
George and Dunmore), the
only Opposition member to
reply to the accusation, termed
Mr. Roker's remarks "inac-
curate" and "I'rubbish .
Prodded by Prinme Minister
L. 0. Pindling lihe conceded
that "we signed and left '" but
argued halit there wire onu


changes in the draft
Constitution afterr their
departure. There was no
difference between the
document they approved
before leaving and the
document finally signed by the
PLP delegates as well, he said.
Mr. Solomon and Cyril
Tynes (FNM-Crooked Island)
were 'the only Opposition
members in the House
Chamber when Mr. Roker
launched his attack. Oppos-
ition Leader Kendal


Isaacs (FNM-Fort Montagu)
returned to the chamber
shortly after, but said nothing
further on the Minister's
remarks.
Said Mr. Roker: "The FNM
delegates left London before
the conference was over, and
they left us with their
signatures on a blank sheet of
paper, saying 'we trust you to
do the rest.' They said that
because they wanted to get
home before Chrsitmas, and I
challenge them to deny that.
The question of citizenship was
not resolved when the FNM
delegates were gone, flying
home for Christmas."
The Minister added: "They
don't trust this law (the
Emergency Powers Act) in the
hands of this government, but
they trusted the blank paper
with 'their signatures in the
hands of the Prime Minister in
London. That's hypocrisy," he
declared.
He said "this bill has no
sinister motive. This legislation
is essential to the good order of
the country, no matter who
the government is."
The Act, giving the
Governor-General powers to
make regulations for such
matters as the restriction of
persons' movements, hI
deportation of non-Bahamiai
and the acquisition of property
other than land while a
proclamation of public
emergency is in force, was
passed by the House shortly
before 7 p.m. after a debate
that occupied members all day.
Voting against the measure
were Mr. Isaacs, Mr. Solomon,
Mr. Tynes. Noel Roberts
(FNM-St. John's) and Michael
Light bourn (Ind.-Clarence
Town). Joining government
parliamentarians in pushing it
through were Cleophas
Adderley (Ind.-Nassau City)
and Errington Watkins
(Ind.-Marsh Harbour).
Former premier Sir Roland
Symonette (Ind.-Shirlea) had
served notice during the debate
that he would vote in favour of
the Bill. on grounds that "'the
government of the day \will
have to have emergency powers
in the event they need themrn. If
they abuse those powers." lie
added, "those of us who vote
for the Bill can't be blamed for
it."
However, he was not present
-when the vote was taken.
The Bill was read for the
first time in the Senate today.
and if passed through the
Upper House as is expected
it will need only the
signature of Governor-General
Sir Milo B. Butler before
becoming law on July 10.
replacing an Emergency Powers
Order in Council that has been
in force since 1939.


official practitioners and as
such, they should be placed in
a separate category of civil
servants such as B.E.C. and
aTel('o."
The president expressed
'concern over the amount of
political control in the
Education Ministry.
"The B.U.T. would like to
be governed by a loard and
not by a politically Tontrolled
Ministry," the B.U.T. pre-
sident said.


Which Way? is conference theme


"WHICH WAY Bahamas?"
is the theme for this year's
Bahamas Union of Teachers
Conference that convenes
July 8-11 at the B.U.T.'s new
building on Bethel's Avenue
in Stapeldon Gardens.
The Honourable Arlington
Butler, Speaker of the House
of Assembly, will be the guest
speaker at the opening session
Monday night. Also on that
night will be the President's
(Mr. Leonard Archer) report.
There will be a panel
discussion Tuesday night
open to the public but
Wednesday's session will be
for B.U.T. members only.
The general Secretary and the
treasurer will give their
report.
A report from a study
group whose aim was to look
into the problems of
education in the Bahamas will


also be made that night.
At I Thursday, a luncheon
will be held at the Sheraton
British Colonial Hotel.
The election -of officers
will be held Thursday night.
Mr. Leonard Archer.


president of the B.U.T.
revealed yesterday that this
year's conference has an
added feature in that official
delegates will be selected by
all Family Island districts to
attend the conference.


$1,000 FOR WRITER


FORMER trade union leader
Randol Fawkes will officially
open the Bahamas Union oft
Teachers new building on
Bethel's Avenue in Staplcdon
Gardens on Monday July S at 3
p.mi.
Mr. Leonard Archer.
president of the B.U I'., said
yesterday that the completion
of the new building "fulfils a
dream the union has had since
it's inception."
It is intended by the B.U.T.
to use the building as a


research and resource centre
for teachers, the union
president said.
The union has set up a fund
from which $1,000 will be
given to any Bahamian who
writes a book relevant to
education in the Bahamas and
which gets the approval of the
B.U.T. executive committee.
The union feels that it is not
possible to Bahamanize the
educational system in the
Bahamas with a "multiplicity
of foreign text books."


,embly where a man was seen
ning two photocopies to the
liament Street door of the
use.
The photocopies appeared to be
plicates of correspondence
tween the Out Island Engineer
r the Ministry of Works and the
rector of the Water Department:
Director of the Water
apartment and the deputy
rmanent secretary and the
puty permanent secretary and
e Minister, Mr. Bowe.
The Out Island Engineer's
letter, dated February 22,
1974, states that in the
estimates he prepared last
year for development works,
he had allowed 80 cents per
foot as the price for 4-inch
PVC pipe.
The price in the quotation
received from ONESCO
however, was $2.71 per foot.
"What this means is that
instead of the pipes and
fittings costing the
anticipated $100,000 for
which funds are available, the
ONESCO pipe, duty paid,
will be $349,440 not
including fittings," lie wrote
the Director.
In his letter to the deputy
permanent secretary, also on
February 22, the Director
said that on receiving the
ONESCO quotation, the
Family Island engineer
realized that the purchase of
4-inch pipe would use up
nearly all the allocated funds
for the Family Islands this
year and therefore checked
his estimates in which lie had
included $100.000 for pipe
and fittings.
The letter then goes on to
say that the engineer got in
touch with Wavin Pipes. the
previous suppliers, who
confirmed that their pipes
had increased only slightly
"and were still within the
Engineer's estimates."
According to the Director,
the estimates prepared for
1974 were based on prices
received from Wavin and the
120,000 ft. at 80 cents per
foot gave a price of
approximately S100,000. The
remaining $300,000 in the
estimates was for installing
the pipe and pipe already on
the Out Islands, together with
extending wellfields etc.
"It is obvious," the
Director con 'Kield "that we
.a"-t ou, chase this quantity
of pipe for ONESCO at their
price within the funds
available."
In his letter to the deputy
permanent secretary dated
March 15, Works Minister
Bowe declared that there was
already a commitment for
the pipe from ONESCO with
a firm delivery date.
"Therefore," he ordered,
"you niust proceed with the
purchase. When I issue a
specific instruction I want it
carried out. irrespective of
what the engineer thanks is
necessary or not."
If the engineer felt he was
"too big" to carry out his
instructions, M'. Bowe said.
lie would be "pleased to
receive and accept his
resignation."
Continued the Minister: "I
have already. decided that all
purchases will be carried out
by Central Services. I don't
care if an item 'ols a penny.
Therefore you may inform all
those people who did their
own purchasing before that
they should hard over all
information in their
possession, relative to prices
and suppliers, to you."
Mr. Bowe said it was his
intention to bring about
control within the Minis-
try of Works "even if it
means getting new people
who will understand that
they are to carry out
instructions, however stupid
they may seem to them."


Power to detain offensive, says Moxey


POWER to detain persons
and restrict their movements
during a national emergency is
"offensive" to the people in
the absence of a clear
definition of a national
emergency, C(oconut Grove
M.P. Edmund Moxey declared
in the House Wednesday
1 lie outspoken LP
backblenclher congratulated
government for introducing the
E emergency Potwers Act
because he sLid. governments
need special powers for
emergencies, but "the people
are concerned because up to
Ihis moment there is nothing


to define what conditions
constitute an emergency,
"I say that, realizing we as
representatives have a
responsibility to the people, we
shouldn't sit idly by and allow
this bill to pass unless we find
oul exactly what will
conumtimlte an muiit'c.ell.% hi.'
told Ilouse mieimcnberS
"1 believe." hie 0on111uiicd
"'that the clause I]i i,
somewhat oftlenvi.e i th i
time, when no one knows iwhii
an emergency is. is Ihe one thai
allows 'detention of pierson
and the re"riction ol ih '',i


movements.
"I know my government is
good-intentioned," he added,
"but I am concerned basically
about the next government.
"We are faced with a
fundamental question and it is
the right of every citizen in this
country to be concerned.
le.usCi" I don't know what an
I nimigtny Powers Act can
brine if there are no proper
,Iie-'iijirdq to protect the
people '
SHe served notice that on
commilial of the bill he would
nim.)c 'an a amendment to restrict
ihe powers to detain and


restrict movements.
However, at the appropriate
time he instead told the tHouse
that "after further con-
sideration" he would not move
an amendment as it would. he
felt, require amending the
Constitution itself.
There was never any clear
reply from the government
benches to requests both from
the Opposition and Mr Moxey
for a definition of a national
emergencyy Deputy Prime
Minister Arthur D Hanna
asserted that the definition was
in the Constitution. but he did
not refer to any specific


section.
But various PLP
parliamentarians gave a number
of examples of what they
thought would be conditions
const it uting a national
emergency: floods, epidemics
and hurricanes were among
them. Others suggested that d
national emiergence could be
an\ mutinm rebellion, riot or
other threat to public safety,
the defence of the Bahamas.
the maintenance of public
order or the maintenance of
supplies and services essential
to the life and well-being of the
community.


Assault charge


I part of a




conspiracy'

By SIDNEY DORSETT


INDECENT assault
accusations against Lrnest
McDonald, 50, were part of a
parent-teachers' association
conspiracy to have him framed
and ousted as director of
McDonald's Pre-School
Nursery, the defence charged
today.
Defence counsel Nick Zervos
made the accusation in an
effort to discredit testimony
given by prosecution witness
Mrs. Cynthia Heastie who told
the court that McDonald
confessed molesting her
three-year-old child.
McDonald, a former New
Jersey businessman who
arrived here in 1967, pleaded
not guilty to the offence when
charged in May.
The incident allegedly
occurred at the nursery on
Bernard Road sometime in
April when he reportedly
molested a seven-year-old
Kingsway Academy student
who had gone to his school to
wait for her two-year-old sister.
Heastie's evidence followed
that of Elizabeth Thompson,
mother of the girl allegedly
molested. Both witnesses
corroborated each other's
evidence.
Ileastie said she was present
when the child told her mother
about McDonald. They had
gone to collect her from school
and she came running to the
car. she said.
She had heard certain things
and telephoned Thompson
earlier that day, she 'aid. I.
When the girl approached
the car, "she said she was so
glad her mommy had come for
her and not that 'fresh old Mr.
McDonald'. Hler mother then
asked her why she called him
fresh," she said.
The girl told them that
whenever he picked her up he
would feel her thighs and tell
her what pretty bikini panties
she had on. lie would also play
with her private parts, she said
the girl told them.
It was after this complaint
that they decided to confrorit
McDonald. They did so after
taking the child home, she said.
Ilcastic said she was
concerned because the girl also
said he had taken her
three-year-old daughter and
two others into a room and
done the same things to them.
McDonald said "you don't
expect for me to say yes to'
this." when uuestionedl n t{ec
matter Ileastie claimed. -
She said he requested that
she and Thompson allow him
to speak with their daughters
in private but they refused.
lie then suggested they left
Kathryn Lowe, administrator
and teacher at the nursery


question one of them. When
they returned Idter .with the
seven-year-old girl, "she told
Lowe exactly what she told
us," Heastie said.
She said she and Thompson
had a meeting with other
members of the P.T.A. to
discuss the matter. But at
another meeting with
McDonald and the members of
the association, he admitted
molesting her three-year-old
and said she should take her to
the doctor and he would pay
the cost of treatment.
Heastie said "he wanted us
to give him one week to bring
Mrs. Lowe up to date on the
administrative operation of
school and he would leave.
island never to return again. ie
said he had to protect his name
and business."
The defence charged during
cross-examination that Heastie
fostered intimate feelings for
McDonald and had gone as far
as having her photograph taken
with him and her daughter at
the school. It was a photograph
he kept on his desk, they
charged.
They also accused her of
being "brazen enough" to ask
McDonald to reduce her child's
fees and she became angry
when he turned her down.
It was at this point that the
witness went into an outburst.
She told the court that the
photograph was taken by
McDonald's slater.
His sister had recently
,arrived fgom New York aqid
McDonald "'roAglt her to my
house," she said. She said she,
was not frieAdly with him
because "he just is not my
type."
While at the house with his
sister, he posed with her and
the girl for the photograph,
Heastie said.
She said she fussed with him
about the schooi- fee after
discovering "iust how crooked
he was:" She learnt that the
fees were not all the same and
that certain parents were
paying more than others.
One term, she said,
McDonald charged her $'103
and another term he changed
$160. This was what she was
questioning, she said. Shc toid
the court that' she also learnt
that one parent was billed over
$200 for one term.

Service

delayed
BAHAMASAIR has an-
nounced that its plans to
inaugurate service between
South Caicos and Nassau has
been "tentatively delayed due
to circumstances beyond its
control.


stop list'

CLARENCI TOWN
representative Michael
Lightbourn (Ind.) proposes to
ask that government consider
placing Robert L. Vesco and
Norman P. LeBlanc on the
immigration stop list after
giving them sufficient time to
wind up their affairs.
The request was put in the
form of a resolution tabled for
debate at next week's meeting
of the House. Tabled with it
were two sets of questions
pertaining to Bahamas Com-
ionwealth Bank whose licence
was revoked by government
Friday, Mr. LeBlanc is
president of the bank, but Mr.
Vesco is alleged to control it.
Mr. Lightbourn has re-
quested Finance Minister
Arthur Hanna to provide the
House with a copy of the Peat
Marwick Mitchell report made
on the bank.
The decision to revoke the
BCB's licence came as a result
of information in the report
carried out on the instructions
of the Monetary Authority.
If the Finance Ministet
refuses to make the report
available Mr. Lightbourn wants
to be told the reasons why.
At the same tmkn the
member has asked the Mtliter
to give the total amount 'of


'call

government loans outstanding
with Bahamas Commonwealth
Bank and any of its subsidiary
companies as of June 21, 1974.
Mr. Lighthourn also wants
the loans referred to listed,
with the dates on which they
were obtained and on what
terms.
Secondly, he wants to be
told the purpose of each loan.
In requesting the stop-listing
of Messrs. Vesco and LeBlanc,
Mr. Lighthourn contends that
the two men created "a
continuous stream of adverse
publicity" for the Bahamas as a
result of their presence here.
DEATH OF MRS
OLIVE BETHEL
MRS. OLIVE MAUD Violet
Bethel, 88, of Collins Avenue,
died at noon today. Funeral
services will be held 6 p.m.
tomorrow at Shirley Heigkas
Gospel Chapel. Interment will
kh in Ehbnae,,r.i-e .lw


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HOUSE MOVE TO PROBE PVC PIPES DEAL


CAIW:l lBEE liU
NOW IN STOCK

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Teachers reject pay offer
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Executive members of the B.U.T. at a press conference yesterday at Bahamas Teachers
College. President Leonard Archer is sixth from left.


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Beating
a record
SARATOGA SPRINGS,
New York Two days away
from a world record, English
drummer Trevor Mitchell says
he will definitely break his
continuous drumming mark of
215 hours. But he says he will
never do anything like it again.
Mitchell, 23, born in
Scunthorpe, England, is
haggard. He stares with a dull,
unseeing look, his beard is
untrimmed and his complexion
pale and wrinkled. He has been
awake for more than 170
hours.
What drives a man to
undergo such an ordeal?
"I don't know, I just wanted
to do it," Mitchell said as he
beat on a snare drum while
massaging swollen ankles and
the other wrist.


Spy chief's skeleton found in lumber room


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LONDON --- An inquest
was to be held today into the
death of a former British spy
chief whose skeleton was
found locked in a lumber
room of his West London
house.
Sir Peregrine Hen-
nicker-Heaton, 68, an in-
telligence expert on the
Middle East, disappeared Oct.
5, 1971, after telling his
family he was going for a
walk.
Two days later his wife
M argaret reported him
missing and police launched a
nationwide search that later


spread to Continental Europe
and the Middle East. There
were rumours he had been
kidnapped and murdered by
Arab terrorists because of his
intelligence connections.
On Sunday Sir Peregrine's
son Yvo, 20, came across a
key to the lumber room,
attached to the back of the
gabled, Victorian house,
opened it and found his
father's skeleton slumped on
the edge of a bed. The family
said Sir Peregrine sometimes
used the room to smoke and
read.
Beside the skeleton, which


BEAMING


house had already been
thoughly searched.
An examination of the
remains was made at a local
mortuary Tuesday but it
was understood the cause of
d eath could not be
established.
Police were reported
satisfied the death was a
suicide. But ode police
spokesman said: "We may
never know the answer."
One of the puzzles is why
the family's three dogs and a
male lodger .who lived in a
room adjoining the lumber


BREZHNEV


GREETS NIXON


MOSCOW President
Nixon arrived in Moscow today
for his third summit meeting
with Communist Party leader
Leonid Brezhnev.
The President hoped his visit
would produce a partial ban on
underground nuclear weapons
tests and a slowdown on
nuclear arms development by
the two superpowers.
Brezhnev was at the airport,
decked with American and
Soviet flags, to welcome the
president. Two years ago when
Nixon arrived in Moscow for


their first summit, Brezhnev
did not go to the airport to
greet him.
The President, with Mrs.
Nixon on his right, smiled and
waved as he walked down the
ramp of the blue and white
presidential jet under bright,
sunny skies. A crowd of about
400 was at the airport to greet
Nixon.
Nixon first reviewed an
honour guard, which hailed
him with the cheer, "We wish
you health." He then heard a
military band play the Soviet


and American national
anthems. Then he and his wife
shook hands with some of
the people in the crowd, who
were waving small American
and Soviet flags.
Brezhnev and Nixon smiled
frequently and chatted with
each other as they walked
through the crowd, and Nixon
waved several times to the
well-wishers, who included a
contingent from the American
Embassy.
After the walk through the
crowd, Nixon watched a brief


military parade by members of
the Moscow garrison. He then
headed into the airport lounge
and prepared to motor into the
city.
At the President's first
Moscow summit, in May 1972,
the Soviets accorded Nixon a
cooly correct welcome and
Soviet President Nikolai
Podgorny was the chief greeter.
This time Brezhnev's
appearance at the airport was
seen as a sign of regard for the
American President since
protocol did not require the
presence of the Communist
party leader.
The President and Brezhnev
were scheduled to begin their
talks shortly after the Nixon
party travelled by motorcade
from the. airport to the
Kremlin.
Nixon received a royal
sendoff from Belgium this
morning when King Baudouin
showed up at the airport.
Nixon's week-long itinerary
in Russia includes trips to
Minsk and a Black Sea resort
near Yalta.
Jewish sources in Moscow
say activists rounded up over
the past few days probably will
be released July 4 the day
after President Nixon leaves
the country.
The Jews are claiming that
detention and travel
restrictions are being used to
prevent any demonstrations
during Nixon's visit.


room did not detect'the dead
man's body.
During World War II, Sir
Peregrine worked for M16,
Britain's foreign intelligence
service. He remained until
1948 and during that time his
car was blown up three times
by terrorists.
Sir Peregrine retired from
the RAF in 1958 with the
rank Wing Commander. But
he continued his involvement
with the Middle East, serving
as a member of the council of
the Anglo-Arab association.
(AP)


Feeling

bad

all over
TORONTO Two Ontario
women's rights groups are to
meet with Air Jamaica to
discuss their complaints that
the airline advertisements of
"beautiful young tropical
birds" who "make you feel
good all over" exploit
women.
The Ontario Status of
Women Council received a
letter this week from J. G.
Beaumann of New York,
general manages in North
America for the airline, who
said a meeting had been
arranged to discuss the
advertising.
The Ontario committee on
the status of women had
complained earlier this month
Jo the Jamaican trade
commissioner in Toronto
about the radio advertising.
Committee member Helen
Lafountaine said in the letter
that the advertisements
"simply utilize and exploit a
concept of racism and
anti-feminism."
"The ads are an appeal to a
white supremacist attitude -
to a group of affluent white
males ostensibly willing and
eager to have 'more than a
plane ride' and oartake of the
joys of being made to "feel
good all over," she said.
Trade commissioner D. J.
Powell said he would not
comment on the letter but
had sent it to the managing
director of Air Jamaica. (AP)

Robbery
BRIDGETOWN Auburn
Mason, a 36-year-old Trini-
dadian, has been charged with
armed robbery of a bank last
Friday, police said.
Hie appeared in a Bridgetown
court Tuesday and was ordered
held in custody for a weel .


was dressed in the brown
tweed suit Sir Peregrine was
last seen in, was found an
empty bottle which police
believe may have contained
tablets and a bin of cigarette
butts.
In the suit pocket was a
note to his wife saying he
couldn't carry on and not to
fuss much over a funeral.
Scotland Yard was re-
portedly somewhat
embarrassed over the find
because the room had not
been searched during their
investigation. The family
reportedly told police the


LONDON The price of
gold fell nearly seven dollars an
ounce in the London market
today. A small recovery later
still left the metal at a
four-month low.
Bullion dealers were at a loss
to explain the sudden drop to
$140 an ounce from
Wednesday's closing $146.75
but pointed out that the metal,
like other commodities, has
been declining steadily since
late February.
After reaching its lowest
level since Feb. 7, the price
Newsmen
LONDON The British
news agency Reuters today
rejected official Soviet
cricitism of its reporting from
Moscow and allegations of
homosexuality by two mem-
bers of its staff in Moscow. q
Reuters said a statement
rejecting the Russian
accusations was delivered to
the Soviet Foreign Ministry in
Moscow.
The statement, Reuters said,
replied to allegations made
June 17 by a Soviet Foreign
Ministry official to Reuters
chief correspondent in
Moscow, that three Reuters
correspondents, Robert Evans,
Julian Nundv and Richard
X000001
MOSCOW President
Nixon may be the top U.S.
citizen, but Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger outranks him
when it comes to passports.
Kissinger's is numbered
X000001, while the President's
has X000020. Mrs. Nixon has
X000021. (AP)


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Salisbury today for London.
"The two men, vice
president Dr. Elliott Geabellah
and Secretary-General Dr.
Gordon Chavanduka, were
driven to the airport by the
ANC leader, Bishop Abel
Muzorewa.
The Bishop told waiting
reporters that he had been
originally invited to London by
the British Government but
could not go as his passport
had not been returned to him.
"1 wanted to go very badly
but I am tired of dealing with
the passport people," he said.
Bishop Muzorewa woull not
confirm that he would meet in
London with British Prime
Minister Harold Wilson and
Foreign Secretary James
Callaghan. He said that the
invitation had come from the
British Government.


The ANC has been in
protracted negotiations with
the Rhodesian white minority
government over African
demands for power sharing.
The government of Premier
lan Smith declared
independence from Britain in
defiance of British pressure to
grant African demands for
representation. (AP)

EDITORIAL
From Page 1
postpone cutting the Square
Deal cake and revealing to
the public the worms that
are at work on the inside.
Maybe the problem is
that too many of these men
are in the same League and
so they may be playing the
same ball game.


Cliffhanger election that


Canadians find a bore


TORONTO Canada's
general elect-ion next month is
shaping tip as a cliffhanger
but it's hard to find any
excitement in the third
go-round between Liberal
Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau
and Conservative challenger
Robert Stanfield.
Voters say they are bored
with all the old familiar faces
and dubious that any politician
can cope with the country's
skyrocketing inflation the
only issue in the campaign.
Polls and politicians agree
the new government will be a
minority government just like
the old one that collapsed two
months ago. But nobody's
taking bets on whether it will
be headed by Trudeau or
Stanfield.
New Democrat David Lewis,
the Socialist leader who forced
the downfall of Trudeau's
minority government when he
refused to support the budget,
could very well be the power
broker in the new government
as he was in the last one.
But political observers
expect the new Democrats to
lose some seats in the July 8
election, possibly as a reaction


MR.TRUDEAU
Wife his ace
against them forcing an
election after only 18 months.
Lewis said last week his
party would work to make
another minority government
survive "not for 18 months -
but perhaps for two, three or
four years."
Real Caouette's right-wing
Social Credit Party, whose
entire strength is in Quebec, is
also expected to lose some
seats.
Caouette. who is suffering
from diabetes, criticized the
government for the timing of
the election saying:
"Everybody I've talked to is
fed up with elections.
Twenty-five per cent of the
people are going to be on
vacation."
On the campaign trail, it's
hard to find any shreds of the
frenzied "Trudeaumania" that
swept the swinging Prime
Minister to power.
After four years of Liberal
rule. many Canadians appeared
tired of what they considered
Trudeau's arrogance and
condescending attitude and
almost dumped him.
Stanfield's Conservatives lost
the 1972 election by just two
SPeats.
This year, 54-year-old
Trudeau has come out with a
new image as the gutsy,
fighting politician and has
brought on the only really new
face of the campaign: his
25-year-old wife, Margaret.
whom he married in 1971.
She caused a minor
sensation in Vancouver, British
Columbia, when she told a
crowd of 2,000 that Trudeau
had taught her "a lot about
loving."


But the Liberals obviously
consider her a top campaign
asset and have sent her off
alone to help local candidates
in tough races.
Stanfield, 60, the method-
ical, witty and tenacious
former Premier of Nova Scotia,
has kept plugging away on the
theme that Trudeau can't be
trusted.
He's been campaigning with
his wife, Mary, who is in her
late 50s; but he's also been
taking 20-year-old daughter
Mimi along perhaps to counter
Margaret Trudeau's youthful
appeal.
Canada is second in size only
to the Soviet Union and its
politics generally follow
regional patterns. The
Conservatives are strong in the
west and show strength in
every province except Quebec
which is a liberal stronghold.
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N.uuM AmDIUrs JURAM IN V Bt A MAGmU
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, PubliUher/Editor 1903.1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-1972
Contributif Editor 1972 -
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Publisher/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday
Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Thursday, June 27, 1974.


EDITORIAL

The whys and wherefores

By ETIENNE DUPUCH
This is the third article in a series i am writing on the causes ("
social and economic decay in the Bahamas.
I have now written two articles in which I have reviewed the
grave errors made by the P.L.P. government.
These errors have been the result of ignorance and lack of
experience in government, envy, vicious hatreds and greed. As I
said in yesterday's article, all their priorities have been wrong, all
their values false.
For over seven years now a majority of the Bahamian people
have allowed these men to mesmerize them with empty words
and false promises.
Now that there are signs of an awakening the people may
realize that, during this difficult period, this newspaper has stood
apart as a beacon of light in the community. We have braved
threats and persecution to bring you daily the pure,
unadulterated truth.
One thing readers of this newspaper know is that, while we
may make mistakes ... we wouldn't be human if we didn't make
mistakes ... we don't lie, we don't bluff, we are not afraid to face
even their anger and, most important fact of all, at no time during
the nearly 72-year life of this newspaper have we taken anything
from the public. We have given ... we have always shared with
them such as we have had, especially knowledge and experience
garnered from all over the world.
And so today I feel I have a right to talk to you folks out there
like the old grandfather that I am.
I don't want anything from you and so you can take or leave
what I have to say.

You know I have told you time and again that a people get the
kind of government they deserve. You are a free people.
In 1956 I was responsible for breaking down racial barriers that
had limited your activities in your own country and this
newspaper pioneered in the movement that brought you the
Secret Ballot which removed all elements of fear and repression
from elections.
We supported women's suffrage and universal adult suffrage
but we opposed the 18-year-qld vote. Indeed. if I had myway ano
one would vote Antil he was thirty and had taken on some
responsibilities in life.
If you read Shakespeare's Richard II you will find there a
magnificent passage in which he "breaks down the stages through
which a man passes from the cradle to the grave. I say "man"
because in Shakespeare's day women were kept in the
background.
At 18 a man in Shakespeare's estimation is ......
A soldier,
Full of strange oaths, and bearded like the pard,
Jealous in honour, sudden and quick in a quarrel,
Seeking the bubble reputation,
Even in the cannon's mouth.
It is now argued that if a boy of 18 can go to war he should be
able to participate fully in the business of conducting his
government. This is all nonsense, of course. At 18 1 bore arms for
my country but at 75 the best I can do is to wield a pen in
freedom's cause.
Some children at 18 are more mature than many older people
but this is the exception, not the rule.
I maintain that until a person reaches the age where he has
Something to protect ... a family or a position, for example ... he
Sis not likely to recognize the fact that government is a business,
Sthe biggest, most important, most serious business in a
- community .... something not to be trifled with or subjected to
- experiment.

Now don't let me stray from the subject.
What I want to tell you is that you ... the voters ... went wrong
when you felt secure in electing the present government because
many of them are what is loosely described as "educated" men.
What is an educated man in the sense of qualifications fo,
government?
A lawyer, a teacher, a doctor, an economist?
Law has always held a high place in the estimation of our
people. But nothing in this world could be more narrow than
training in law. It is a good foundation for development in
rational thought. But its whole concept is narrow.
This is also true of medicine. A teacher is supposed to be
knowledgeable but he deals only in rules and principles.
A man might be the most brilliant lawyer or doctor in the
world, the most successful teacher but, taken out of his routine.,


he could easily be lost.
I demonstrated this fact during my libel case in the Supreme
Court in 1942 when I took my own defence and faced two
Barristers one a Q.C.
I didn't have a single clue to the law ... I said so in open court
... but I succeeded in taking them out of the narrow routine of
law and exposed them to Applied Psychology where they became
completely conflised. I won a case in which the written law was
on their side but when I got them out of their narrow routine
they were lost.
You know ... Einstein, who produced the theory of relativity.
a theory that is so abstract that even now only a very few people
understand it ... he was regarded as one of the cleverest men who
:ver lived ... but it is said that Einstein didn't have enough
ordinary sense to tie his own shoe laces. His wife used to have to
do all the small practical things in life for him because he lived ...
and floated around ... in a world of his own.
You may recall that, before the P.L.P. won control of the
government. Mr. Pindling was quoted in the foreign press as
saying that, if the P.L.P. won the government, he would invite Sir
Stafford Sands to be his Finance Minister.
Sir Stafford was the wizard in business, finance and
organization who had been largely responsible for the emergence
of these islands from the level of a fishing village to one of the
most fantastically prosperous spots in the world.
Sir Stafford was a lawyer but first of all he was a business nman.
It was in his blood. He had been exposed to it from early
:cildhood.
His grandfather, Sir James Sands, was President of the


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EDITOR, The Tribune,
I would like to refer to your
issue of Tuesday, June 25, in
which the marine chief was
commended for a "job
well-done" by outstanding
magistrate Mr. Hercules.
Unfortunately, I feel that
neither Mr. Hercules, nor the


Legislative Council and the leading grocery merchant in the
island. His other grandfather, the Hon. T. H. C. Lofthouse, was a
member of the Legislative Council and the leading haberdashery
merchant in the island. His father was first the manager of a
Royal Bank of Canada branch and finally the owner and manager
of the largest chain of food stores in the island. His uncle a
Lofthouse was also a leading merchant.
On his mother's side he was a Solomon ... all big business
people, with broad experience in the law, in government and
Colonial administration.
Four generations of his family had served in many departments
of executive, legislative and administrative government, both
here and in distant parts of the Empire. And so, although he was
a lawyer by profession, he was a business man by instinct. He
specialized in Corporation Law and was responsible for building
the great financial structure you see in the islands today. He was
also deeply involved in big business.
This man made a great many mistakes on the human side for
which his family background had not prepared him. He woke up
too late to the human side of life that would bring about great
changes in the racial structure of the island ... changes that would
sweep him into discard ... but there is no disputing the fact that
he had all the qualifications that fitted him for the legislative,
executive and business side of government.
On the human side he was a fool for far too long a time but it
would have been interesting to see what might have happened had
Lyndcn Pindling entrusted finance in his government to the
mature and experienced direction of Sir Stafford.
But Mr. Pindling denied this report when the P.L.P. got control
or the government. Their whole campaign had been based on so
much anti-white propaganda that, even if Mr. Pindling wanted to
link up with Sir Stafford, it is doubtful that he would have been
able to do it. And I don't know whether Sir Stafford would have
fallen in with such a plan. Somehow I think he might have done
this for the sake of the country.
What did they need with the help of Sir Stafford Sands?, Mr.
Pindling asked.
He was only a local lawyer. He had not even been trained in
England. He didn't have a university degree while their own man,
Carlton Francis, held a Master's degree in Economics! What Mr.
Francis really has is a Master's in Education.
Up to this time the extent of Mr. Francis' experience in
economics was teaching at a small Baptist school over-the-hill. It
is possible that, up to the time he took over control of the
Treasury handling many millions of dollars, he had not seen more
than a couple of hundred dollars in one spot at any one time.
But because he had a Master's degree of some sort the public
was made to believe ... and indeed Mr. Pindling probably believed
it himself ... that he had the judgment that qualified him to
handle the Treasury of a country whose prosperity was based
entirely on abstract values which ran counter to all the
long-established principles of economics.
In the end Mr. Pindling must have realized that he had made a
mistake. He took Finance away from Mr. Francis and handed it
over to Arthur Hanna, a lawyer, who didn't even know the theory
of business. In the end Mr. Francis was pushed completely out of
government by pressures brought on him by Mr. Hanna. And so
this man whom everyone was made to believe was a wizard in
finance, is now only a backbencher. Don't misunderstand me, Mr.
Francis is a nice man and I have no doubt that he is a good
teacher but these qualifications mean nothing in high finance.
A member of the first Attlee Labour government in England
now lives in Nassau. He told me that the Attlee government was a
complete failure because, although it had some able university
Rained theoreticians in its ranks. not a single member of the
parliamentary group had a clue to business.
The two most important elements in government are a
knowledge of law and business ... plus, of course, common sense.
There are several lawyers in the government. I don't know
whether any of them were considered outstanding in the
profession. Personally, I didn't think so. Certainly there wasn't a
single business man with a broad background of experience in the
group.
And so they had to learn the job from scratch ... and the\
couldn't develop sound judgment because, as I have pointed out.
all their priorities were wrong, all their values false, and so they
were unable to bring people constructive leadership to an
emerging nation of highly emotional people.


I will give you another example of how easily "education" can
be over-rated.
I have told you on more than one occasion that I expected that
Charles Coaklcy or Bonaventure Dean, both former native
Catholic Priests, would be tilhe first Bahamian Catholic Bishop in
the Nassau Diocese.
When these men seemed to be losing balance in the Black
Power feeling sweeping Ihe country after the P.L.P. victory. I
warned them in this column of the course they were following.
Charles Coaklcy took the trouble to let mie know through one
of his friends that he had a Master's degree in Sociology. I was
reminded that I had no scholastic degrees.
It soon proved that lie had ',ost his Priestly calling to lhe
conceit of being a Master in Sociology.
Without wanting to be unkind ... I wonder how far Charlie
Coakley expects his Sociology Master's to take him in the world
of practical affairs.
I am really sorry for people like Charlie Co:Aklcy :md
Bonaventtire Dean.
I have nev. ,;let the Hion. Darrel Rolle. He is a young lawyer
without experience even in law. He came right out of law school
into politics and was inmnediately elevated to the rank of a
Minister.
I have followed his activities with interest. He seenis to be the
one young man in government who has his feet on Ithe ground.
People neai to iis young i:n, !! !n- that lie is reasonable ...
amid is anxious to learn.
It is possible that lie is endowed by nal'me with enough
commninio sense o guide himn safely through the pitfalls that face
the P.L.P. government today.
It seems a pity that this young man should be wasted on the
government at the change of the tide. Because I feel now that
there will be a change ... and when it cones it will probably be a
clean sweep.

Tomorrow I ., !" tell you some stories about the changing
pattern of education in these islands.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
If men would learn from history, what lessons it might teach
us!
But passion and party blind our eyes, and the light that
experience gives is a lantern on the stem, which shines only on
the waves behind us. -COLERIDGE


general public are ware of the
truly fine job the marine
division is doing despite low
pay, lack of equipment, great
risks to their lives, and working
under some less than 'model'
officers who are known to be
guilty of accepting bribes on
and off the high seas.
The praise was
w ell-deserved, but long
over-due. I hope that in the
future every opportunity will
be made to commend these
brave men of our marine
division. Never have so few
done so much for so many.
We have the potential for a
fine police force. Particularly,
if the training programme is
improved and expanded. A
police gymnasium, possibly at
the main barracks on East
Street, would promote better
physical fitness. Night classes
at the police college in various
subjects, including law and
psychology, would better
enable our force to cope with


Um.


the growing need of the
community, as well as
up-grading each individual.
Our laws will only be as
strong as the men who make
them and those who must keep
them. The police foice is that
element in society which must
enforce our laws. I think we
owe it to them and ourselves
to give them the best possible
training and compensation if
there is to be harmony
between law-makers and
citizens. Also, if we aire to
make our force one ot which
any young man would be
proud to be a member
ONE OF THE FORCE
June 2(6. I)74.


Hart-Bennet


EDITOR, The Tribune,
You are a little way out as
regards the Hart-Bennet report.
From the Bahamas he was sent
to British Honduras, where he
died when a flagpole fell on
him during a fire.
My aunt, Malvese Newbold,
who had gone to British
Honduras with them, was the
personal maid of Mrs.


Hart-Bennet. After the death
of her husband, Mrs.
Hart Bennet beoed Mahese to
go to England to live with her.
Unfortunately, my aunt could
not go because she Ihad two
sons here.
She was also the aunt ot
Mrs. Doris Bullard, who is
employed at The Tribune.
J. NIBBS GORDON


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MIAMI INFO. GREAT HARBOUR CAY SAN ANDROSI


EDITOR, The Tribune,
Please allow me space in
your most valuable paper to
say a word or two
about Mr. Errington Watkins.
On Wednesday, May 29th,
whilst we were demonst-
rating, he asked me: "What
are you doing here? I thought
you were in Abaco." Now
this letter will explain the
rest.
Mr. Watkins represents
Abaco not I. He is vain and
evasive, and in case he doesn't
know what the word vain
means, it is 'useless,
unavailing, 'fruitless. empty,
worthless, conceited.
If I know the real
Abaconians, Watkins had
better not spell out the word
ABACO when he sees it; he
had also better not go back
there.
He made a fool of the
F.M.M., and now, to top it all
off, hie wants to slip and slide
with the P.L.P.
Looking at Watkins with
his mouth shut, one would
think that he is an intelligent
man: however, when he opens
his mouth, everyone knows
that he is stupid. The P.L.P.
must refuse a person like him.
Mr. Editor, he had better
form his own party. He said


in the House of Assembly
that he was wasting his time.
But. Mr. Watkins, all you
have is time on your hands,
time to practise grubbing fish,
because they are what you
will be representing for the
rest ot your life, all those
sliney1 sucking fish.
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__________________________________________________ THE TIPUNE Thurday, June 27, 1974


YOU WILL FIND DRESSE
FOR ALL OCCASIONS.
PANTS & PANTSUITS
AND THE LATEST IN
BLOUSES

Goombay Sale!
CHILDREN'S DRESSES
by Dorissa.
Madeira St. Opp. John S. Geo
Phone 2-1744


)rge I


Living Room!
Dining Room Furniture!.
We buy in large quantities in order to give you
the best prices in the Bahamas.
BUY WHOLESALE FROM OUR
WAREHOUSE
SAVE UP TO 20%
Special ca.,. given to Out Island Orders


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Christie & Dowdeswell St. Nassau.


Phone 23152 21197


P. O. Box 4818


A


"The Silent Guns" is the title of Fort Charlotte's Son et Lumiere spectacle. Special sound and lighting effects combineto
produce a dramatic narration of colourfuI events from Bahamian history from pirates through to tourists.

Lord Dunmore's folly becomes a fun spot


"He was possessed with an
infantile passion for building
forts. They're everywhere on
this Island."
Such is the description of
Lord Dunmore, the 10th Royal
Governor of the Bahamas,
given in Nassau's Sound and
Light spectacle "The Silent
Guns" set at Fort Charlotte
one of Dunmore's own
ubiquitous strongholds.
Other accounts of this


Scottish Earl, who had the
dubious distinction of being
the last Royal Governor of
Virginia, credit him with "A
capacity below mediocrity,
little cultivated by education
and ignorant of the
constitution of England."
Nonetheless, without the
noble Earl Fort Charlotte
would never have been built
and one of the most interesting
and unusual entertainment


attractions in the Bahamas
could not have been created.
The Fort. named after the
consort of Ki ,i George I, was
completed it; 17.19 in a period
of tension between England
and Spain and at a cost eight
times that of ,he original
estimate of the Governor.
However, the following year
saw an amicable resolution of
the dispute between the two
empires and the stronghold was
to prove useless. In fa-:t, not
one ot its 42 cannon ever fired
a shot in anger.
But today, with special
lighting effects, a stereopho.nic
directional sound system and a
smidgen of imagination, the
guns of Fort Charlotte fire
regularly into the balmy
Nassau nights.
The Son et Lumiere
spectacles originated in France
15 years ago and since then
have been staged at historical
monuments as diverse
as the Pyramids of Egypt, the
Red Fort of the Moguls in New
Delhi. the Royal Palace in
Madrid and the Athenian
Acropolis.
The concept of the
spectacular on history and the
intention to make a celebrated
monument emerge from
the past and live again.
I here are no live actors and
no films only the iudict'us
combination of the two
elements from which the name
is derived. With the help of
lighting and sound effects Fort
Charlotte becomes a stage and
colourful scenes from the
history of the Bahamas are
re-enacted.
All this because of a
governor's foolish passion for
unnecessary fortifications!
Indeed, by 1794 Nassau
which was never to be attacked
again was more fortified
than at any other time in its
history.


r


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*1*



m1st toAugwset.

Lord Dunmore was also
responsible for many other
buildings. They include
Government House, the House
of Assembly and the
Courtroom.
The dead fort and its silent
guns are still there for tourists
to visit and ponder Dunmore's
folly.
The Son et Lumiere show
begins at 9:00 p.m.
SHIPPING
ARRIVED TODAY: Tropic
Flyer from West Palm Beach
SAILED TODAY: Tropic
Flyer for West Palm Beach;
Bahama Star, Emerald Seas,
Flavia for Miami
WEATHER
Wind: South-south-east to
south 14 to 22 m.p.h.
Sea: Slight to moderate
Temp: Min. tonight 78
Max. tomorrow 89
SUN
Rises 5.22 a.m.
Sets 7.03 p.m.
MOON
Rises 2.05 p.m.
Sets 12.42 a.m.
TIDES
High 2.26 a.m. and 3.06
p. m.
Low 8.26 a.m. and 9.27
p.m.


p*-


The helping hand was that of pretty Darnell Chipman,a
regular model on the G6dmbay'Fashion Shows. LKte iia
Head, attended the show at the Sonesta Beach Hotel with
Hose Falco of Advance Tours of Forest Hills, New York,
and happened to be standing there when Darnell swirled by
modelling a stunning evening dress from the Flea Market
during the third Goombay Fashion Show of this season.


A;.


Left: Skillfully depicted in this
muntage are scenes of the folklore
show "The Legend of Sammle
Swaoin." At top centre, Charls4
Bowles. as father o(f Belinda,
devises a scheme to rid his daughter
of the ghoat of S.mmie Swain. At
left Belinda (Anne-Marie Smith)
happily flirt with tl'e younm men
of the village, to the anguish of
Sammie (right). The L.ucayan
Chorale (at bottom left) effectively
stages a 'wake' scene over the body
of the dlain "old" wu man. while


BOX 5690


(bottom right) Snmmi, sells his ,
tI, the Devil. At bottom centre.4he
Devil (AlIastair butler) claim-svis
possession. The show climaxes t*h
the distraught Sammie Inlly
winning belinda, and with hands
outstretched, she moves sl.|y
toward his ghost. I'he folkkire
show, which is shown wveekwlat
Bahanda Hall (Government 1-h
School) is a continuing hit f he
Goombay Summer festivities. _
Bahamas Tourist News Burtau
Photo by Roland Rose.


NE 5-177t


PROFESSIONAL
PORTRAITS ONLY
AT THE
PHOTOGRAPHERS


. CALL:
ANDREW AITKEN OR
HELENA LIGHTBOURN


Come and see us!





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LONDON BOUTIQUE
Telephone 5-3811 Bay &George Ste.


PHOI


SALE OF SALES


LEN'S

OE STORE S
IRA SHO=G CNRE BAY STHEE

OVER 20,000 PAIRS OF SHOES ON SALE


The dance of the masked trend-blenders took place at
the Sonesta Beach Hotel as the Bahama Mamas (and one
Papa) choreographed the third instalment of the Goombay
Fashion Show in this year's summer festival. Co-sponsored
by the Nassau/Paradise Island Promotion Board and the
Ministry of Tourism. the weekly parade of fashions has
once more become a major Goombay attraction.




NOTICE TO POLICY HOLDERS
OF THE DOMINION LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY

The Offices of The Dominion Life Assurance
Company were broken into during the night
June 4th. a number of cheques received from
Post Office on the afteri oon of June 4th. were
stolen.
AccordinilI any policyholders who may have
mailed or delivered cheques during the period
from Ma\ 30th to June 4th, are requested to
contact )oominion Life's Offices as soon as
poss-ible.
Phone 2-3843 P. 0. Box N-4937


Champion Sports Land Sale
STAR PLAZA-MACKEY ST. PHONE 21862

SWIM FINS
SWIM MASK 4
1/3 OFF

Ladies'& Mens'Golf Shoes
.' 20%of f


Ladies'& Men's Golf Bags
15%off


Ladies' Golf Shirts


Leotard


20%off


1/3off


STARTS
\ JUNE 29 TO SATURDAY JULY6
. Open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday until 8 p.m.


"~Le/9~oto79aphe~i"


MADEIRA STREET EAST, PALMDALE
NASSAU, BAHAMAS. .


SPECIALLY MADE

ihmkq Skhirts

fir iun & Lids'
All V:riety of Coiours & Styles
W- Sew to fit all sizes


f lo,.,,no..ic i,2 v

S Opp. Wulf Road Theatre



AT ORALEE'S FASHIONS


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TNE TRIBUNE - -Thursday, June 27, 1974.


CRESTLINE
BAR-B.Q GRILLS



20%OFF
.........


- BIG DvS imiW

ON EVERYTHING IN STOCK
Fried Chicim ePelt Sald
1 JuwmboeoPhMw


17'T .V. 5.


Unassembled
Plus FREE Bag of
NATIVE CHARCOAL
CHAIN LOCK
Reg. $3.80



2No. 1500
PAPER NAPKINS
Reg. 35c NOW 25c
HAND TOWELS
Reg. $1.10
NOW 80c
TOILET
TISSUE
Reg. 65c
NOW 49c
Limit 4
per customer

HOST MASTER
SYPHONS
1/20FF
Reg. $19.50
NOW
$995
AQUARIUS
50% OFF SYPHONS
Reg. $20.50 NOW 10ot

IGLOO COOLERS


HURRY! HURRY! HURRY!

BIG DISCOUNTS!


PRIZES PRIZES PRIZES TOASTERS, MIXERS, TV AND LOTS MOREl EVERYONE GETS SOMETHING FOR FREE
KEY CHAINS, THERMOS JUGS, ICE BUCKETS, CHICKEN, POTATO SALAD, PEPSI, JUMBEY PUNCH. (WHILE THEY LAST)

ALL THESE EXCITING THINGS HAPPEN AT BOTH MAURAS STORES THIS FRIDAY JUNE 28th.


30%
PAINT
DISCOUNT
ACCLAIM
*SANDTEX
*SNOWCEM

MBACHI GRILLS
Singles,Doubles and Triples


BATHROOM STOOLS


S1PRICE
$18.00
4 Now $A9


BATTERIES


I~fi


No. 935 "C" Cells
Req. 18c
SPECIAL lO
No. 116
LANTERN
BATTERY
Reg. $3.60
SPECIAL 75V


SPECIAL LATEX STAIN
(White) Reg. $8.89 per gal.
.,'Now '69
MASONRY
S PRIMER
Reg. $42.00



WELLER
SOLDERING GUN
Reg. $22.00


* BATH FIXTURE
ENSEMBLE $750 f SPECIAL 17"

MINIMUM CHISEL HANDLES 951
10% e ALL Steel pre strap
DISCOUNT HINGES$120


INSECT !!
REPELLENT
Reg. $1.60R
SPECIAL TERM
804 THERMOS MUG
15 oz. with every
Reg. $2.89 20 CASH purchase
SPECIAL ILE THEY LAST
WHILE THEY LASTIII


FROM WESTERN PUBLISHING
GOLDEN BED TIME
STORYBOOKS
ja r "Reg. $1.50
.. -SPECIAL 75C each


SUPER SPECIAL
GIVE-AWAY
6 TITLES
ONLY

$129


MILRO PORTABLE ELECTRIC

-P BROILER $i99o
Reg. $27.75 NOW

PYREX DRINK-UPS
Reg. $3.30

NOW


FREEII!
TO EVERY CUSTOMER
STYROFOAM
ICE BU ET

Value


10%DISCOUNT
ON ALL TOYS AND GAMES.
DART BOARDS
6 darts Reg. $4.50 Now s295
MONOPOLY
Reg. $6.95
Now $495
PLAYSKOOL
S PEG DESK
Reg. $29.95
Now '2500
FRENCH PLAY PHONE Ss
9" PAIL & SHOVEL s$150
BABY SWEET-UMS
BLACK DOLL Reg. $10.05
Now $795
UNION 5 SKATES

$995 SPECIAL
$9.9 s695"


WONDERITER FELT TIP PENS
Reg.59c NOW 35Ce

3-M REFLECTIVE
TAPE

Reg.

SPECIAL

70C,
FIBER GLASS '


RESIN
Reg. $19.95
Gallon


SPECIAL
$1695


MOSQUITO COILS
Reg. $1.60 Special




LAM CASSETTES
60 min. Reg. $1.95 NOW 99"
90 min. Reg. $2.90 SPECIAL$145

FREE-'1


SUPER 90
KEYCHAM


with purchase


of Eveready BATTERIES,
FLASHLIGHTS, etc.


*-' -



3/16" 4x8
LUAN 6W
PANELING \ P hi
limit 50 pcs.
per customer

1x6 V.Joint No. 2 and better
SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE
C per board ft.
LIMIT 1,000 per customer

%2OFF
PRO-TECT-U
AWNING shutters Assorted sizes and colours.
Awning and Single Hung Windowswith or
without screens.
WHILE THEY LAST
CASH DISCOUNTS ONLY
NO RETURNS.
GOAL
ENTRANCE


Reg. '1.00 SPECIAL $
DOOR KNOBS (LR) No. 022K 024
o TOOL MATE KIT


* YALE
SCREEN STORM DOOR LOCKS
* HOLSTER No. HHL
* CHISEL HANDLES


$52r


SUPER SPECIAL
KELLEY
10 Gallon Galvanized
GARBAGE CAN
Reg. $7.25
NOW

56 pc. PLASTIC FUN PACK
DINNER SET
Reg. $12.95

30% OFF

EGG BEATERS SPECIAL S
Reg. $8.16


721 60%
DISCOUNT
ON

PLASTICS
DISH RACKS,
GARBAGE DISPENSERS,
W. CANNISTERS, ETC.


LUSTROWARE STEP-ON-CAN
Reg. $10.35 NOW
LINCOLN STEP-ON-CAN
Reg. $12.00 NOW


SUPER DELUXE FOLDING
FREE
Table
Tennis
Set with
purchase
of table.
Value
$9.95
Bats
Balls
Net


-IW POm


DON'T MISS THIS
SUPER SALE
BARGAINMSI
FOOD! FUNI THIS FRIDAY.


.'. -.


rt.


Von


TV

SPECIAL
25" COLOUR CONSOLE
$995.00
NOW

$79600


S 25"COLOUR TV
SUPER SPECIAL
Reg. $1145.00 NOW $79600

;MM 17"COLOMRTV s
Reg. $699.00 NOW $59900


HOOVER
DIAL-A-MATIC
VACUUM
CLEANER
Reg. $135.00
NOW
$S 95 9
WOVE -


JULIETTE QUADRASONIC
HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Reg. $595.00 SPECIAL*460.00


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!,PIIIXl ,Tqob
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THE TRIBUNE --Thursday, June 27, 1974.


I ., ijuwViiv u
Matinee 2:30 & 5:00, Evening 9:00
'Phone 2.1004, 2-1005


WINNER ACADEMY AWARDS
wn MT'PhonTUM 2-BT4 I-MOTOR
dP 1 ol it tokes is a tittle Confidence.
,E. PAUL / ROBERT
iEWMANI/REDFORD
B ROBERT SHAW
A GBORGE ROY HILL FILM
"THE STING"
IWARD GEORGEROY'HILL TONVIu.. MICHAEL
a AR.IUAPHIUJPS TOIMO.O AU WEIRSALPCTULE |g
SORR Y, NO PASSES ACCEPTED!
RESERVATIONS NOT CLAIMED BY 8:45 WILL BE SOLD.


Tiheonly

nonstop service


to Philadelphia


and Wasligton/




At Eastern, we believe that most people want to
spend less time getting where they're going, and
more time there.
That's why we have the only nonstop service to
Philadelphia and Washington/Baltimore. And each
flight from Nassau will be an Eastern Whisperjet:
For reservations to Philadelphia, or for any other
travel information, call Eastern at 2-1461. Or, call
the travel specialist, your travel agent.

ARR.
LV. NASSAU PHILADELPHIA REMARKS
10:45 am 3:02 pm Connecting flight via Miami
m Ex SAT.
1:20pm suN 4:30pm One-stop
1:25 pm SAT SUN. 3:45 pm NONSTOP
4:00 pm 8:51 pm Connecting flight via Miami
8:30 pm 12:56 am Connecting flight via Miami

ARR.WASHINGTON/
LV. NASSAU BALTIMORE REMARKS
10:45 am 2:05 pm W Connecting flight via Miami
11:50 am SAT SUN. 3:15pm I One-stop
1:20pm N. 3:27 pml NONSTOP
1:50pm 5:7lpmW Connecting flight via Miami
4:00 pm 8:00 pm W Two-stop
W-NATIONAL AIRPORT I-BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL


Yougotta


believe!







EASTERN




THE WINGS OF MAN


Top left: Sheraton Shirley
was the name given to this
beautiful display of fruits
entered by Edward Collie an
employee of the Sheraton
British Colonial Hotel. This
display was entered in the
garde-manger contest at the
Hotels Skills Day held this
week at Clifford Park.
Top centre: Sandy
Knowles the first Miss Nassau
Paradise Island Promotion
Board at Clifford Park.
Sandy, who entered the
contest as Miss Loews
Paradise Island Hotel, is an
executive secretary with
Loews Hotel. This pageant,
was one of the the events of
the first Annual Hotel Skills
Day which included all of the
major hotels in Nassau and on
Paradise Island.
Pictures:
DOUG LAS
PYFROM

Top right: "Umm umm
good" seems to be what this
little young lady is saying as
she admires the display
entered by the Beach Inn
Hotel.
Above: Go Man Go One
of the competitors in the
Bellman's race is seen making
it to the finish line with both
hands tied up with bags in the
Hotels Sports Race.
Right: George Hall an
employee of the Flager Inn
Hotel who won the conch
breaking contest.


Last Day Friday
Matinee Starts at 2:15
Evening 8:30
"THE HONG KONG
CONNECTION" PG.
PLUS
"THAT MAN BOLT" PG.
Fred Williamson,
Teresa Graves
PLUS Late Feature
Friday night.
'Phone 2-2534


Is

Coi

"WRE

CI


NOW SHOWING
Matinee Continuous from 1:3
'Phone 3-4661


I No One Under 18 Adi


Last Day Friday
ntinuous Showings
from 3:00 f
[STLING QUEEN"PG.U
Vivian Vachon,
cowboy Bill Waits
PLUS
"HOMBRE"PG
Paul Newman,
Diane Cilento


4G
10, Evening 8:30
JON $AFT




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THE TRIBUNE -. Thursday, June 27, 1974.


Gas,

San


food,


Andros


clothes...Yes,


real estate


too!


But, you can still get in on the


ground floor.


TODAY


at original


opening prices. But you must act


BEFORE JULY


1st.


ONLY DAYS LEFT


QUARTER ACRE LOTS


S2995

DOWN
per month


DON'T


MISS


THE BOAT!


CALL


YOUR BROKER TODAY


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Norfolk House
P. 0. Box N-9155
Nassau, Bahamas
322-5151
FRANK C. CAREY REAL ESTATE LTD.
P. O. Box N-4764
Nassau, Bahamas
322-7667 or 322-4815


BERKELEY FERGUSON REAL ESTATE
P. 0. Box N-4278
Nassau, Bahamas
322-1238 or 322-4913
BILL'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY LTD.
P.O. Box 5449 E.S.
Shirley Street
Nassau, Bahamas
322-3921


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P. 0. Box N-2016
Nassau, Bahamas
323-5632


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P. 0. Box N-8001
British Colonial Arcade
Naessu, Bahamas
322-1888


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P. 0. Box N-8189
Nassau, Bahamas
322-7762 or 322-8966


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P. O. Box N-4503
Nassau, Bahamas
322-4284 or 322-2067


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P. O. Box N-4585
Nassau, Bahamas
327-7182


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P. 0. Box N-4648
Nassau, Bahamas
322-1178


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Kings Court
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THE TRIBUNE - TIhrsday, June 27, 1974.


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without


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just isn't


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Stay Alive Longer!


Give Your Arteries a Break


-Cut Down on Fatty Foods


NO HANKS -


By LELORD KORDEL
Number Five of a Series


A heart attack, as it is
ordinarily considered by the
public, is basically athero-
sclerosis of the coronary vessels.
In other words, a gradual
thickening along the walls of the
arteries.
Coronary thrombosis is no re-
specter of time or persons. It
generally cuts down its victims
during their most productive
years. *
Unfortunately, the disease
that leads up to it is not the kind
that gives advance notice, that
rings a warning bell and says:
"Stop-Look-Listen. Slow
Down-heart at work."
Coronary thrombosis strikes
quickly and dangerously. Its
sudden occurrence is the result
of atherosclerosis.
"But why do we develop
atherosclerosis?" asked my
friend, Bill K., who at 28 found
he was a victim of the disease.
"There are several theories," I
replied. "Let's consider the diet
theory first:
Eating a high-cholesterol diet
year after year piles up lesions in
the arteries.
These lesions result from a
metabolic fault, an inability of
the body to handle the normal
cholesterol and fat intake
properly.
Starch is Fat's Accomplice
This metabolic fault is espe-
cially aggravated in the pres-
ence of high-starch foods. In
other words, starches and fats.
"It all adds up to something,"
said Bill, "that I wish I'd known
about a lot earlier. Now, here's
what I want to know: Can a
change in diet still help me? Or
is it too late?"
"Of course it isn't too late," I
said. "The ultimate results de-
pend largely on you."
When cholesterol was first
discovered to be a cause of
atherosclerosis and gall bladder
trouble, many patients were
asked to forego completely such
wholesome and necessary foods
as eggs, cheese, meats, milk, and
cream.
However, the alternative, a
diet of rice and fruit or any other
inadequate diet, can only result
eventually in weakening the pa-
tient.
It is only when fats are eaten
to excess, or when they are com-
bined with high-carbohydrate
meals, that they pile up in all
those dangerous places -
around the waist, in the liver,
around the heart and on the
inner walls of arteries ....
Isn't it more logical to elimi-
nate the high-starch foods in the
diet-foods that we can live
very nicely without and be far
healthier for the omitt-
ing-than to take away certain
valuable foods like eggs, cheese,
butter, liver and gland meats...
which are rich sources of ur-
gently needed vitamins and
minerals?
Three Vital Nutrients
Unfortunately, low choles-
terol diets are low in more than
cholesterol-they lack three
vital nutrients the heart needs.
Choline, inositol, and methio-
nine -,,e needed in the diet to
help prevent cholesterol from
becoming lazy and settling
down in the arteries.
We find an abundance of cho-
line and inositol in lecithin. The
protein foods give us methio-
nine.
Choline, a fat-distributing
agent, is a wonderful aid in pro-
moting normal distribution of
food fat throughout the body
and thereby preventing the
stockpiling of fat in undesirable
places, notably in hardening
arteries and in a fat-clogged
liver.
Choline-(and inositol)-are
found in whole grains and in
most high-protein foods: lean
beef and lamb, organ
meats-liver, kidneys, heart.
brains, sweetbreads-eggs,
nonfat milk, cheese, and seed
cereals.
Methionine, valuable as a fat-
dissolver in its own right, seems
to act as a catalyst ior hotlinee


and inositol-speeding up their
function.
In other words, a little methio-
nine makes choline and inositol
go a lot farther in doing tremen-
dous good.
Where do you suppose we
find it? The complete proteins,
of course: meat, fish. poultry.
eggs, cheese, and nonfat milk.
Are you beginning to realize
the value of a high-proteip diet?
Inositol is related in its func-
tions to choline.
It is the substance which
assists the heart muscles in
securing a constant supply of en-
ergy.


In animal experiments ino-
sitol was removed from the diet.
The result: Hamsters experi-
enced reproductive disorders,
chickens developed softening of
the brain, and mice became
completely hairless over var-
ious parts of their bodies.
Now, I'm not suggesting to
yqu bald-headed men that ino-
'sitol will grow hair. Instead, let
me stress the fact that the lack of
inositol can cause irreparable
damage. I merely give you the
facts. Let them speak for them-
selves.
Beef heart contains more
inositol in an average serving
than any other meat. There are
250 milligrams in one slice. But
how ofteh do you eat beef
heart? If you're the average
male, never. Or hardly ever.
"If you're willing to work for
that newv lreise on life," I told
Bill, "you can have it. Begin
now, with your very next meal,
by putting yourself on a high-
protein, low-starch, low-sugar
diet for the rest of your life."
Next: High blood pressure
can cripple your life-but you
can learn to control it.


INVITATION TO BIDDERS


The Bahamas Industrial Company invites bids
for the construction of the Administration
Building, to be located at the Crude Oil
Transshipment Terminal. Riding Point.
Eastern Grand Bahama.
Drawings and Contract Documents may be
seen at and obtained from the Bahamas
Development Corporation. Nassau Bank
IHouse, 2nd Terrace. Nassau. A bid deposit of
S 100.00 is required which would be refunded
when the Drawings and Contract Documents
are returned. Also, a non-refundable bid fee
of $300.00 is required. Cheques should be
made payable to Bahamas Development
Corporation. Bids are to be submitted not
later than noon on Friday July 12, 1974.


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THE TRIBUNE Thursday. June 27. 1974


MR. RODGER Lloyd
Sweeting, (pictured) Pastor of
Faith Chapel, Marsh Harbour,
Abaco, will participate in the
S: IIi&Rnational Congress of
Worldwide Evangelization to
be held in Lausanne,
Switzerland from July 16-25.
During the nine day
seminar. Mr. Sweeting who
| if will be representing the
S PBahamas, along with 2,700
other delegates from 140
countries, will seek to
accomplish the following





This is to inform the public that Mr. Norris C. Bryan
is no longer associated with Caribbean Atlantic Life
Insurance Company Limited and is not authorised to
collect monies on their behalf. All queries concerning
premium payments should be made to telephone No.
23011-2-9.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that PAUL McDONALD SMITH
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 27th day of June 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.
Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby qiven that SIDNEY KENNETH SIMONS
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 27th 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 RUFUS EMANUEL
WILLIAMS of Sea Grape Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahmas, and that any person
who knows any reason why registration should riot be
granted should send a written and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days from the 27th day of June,
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


uoals:


Pastor off to international congress


To proclaim the basis of
evangelism; to examine
messages and methods by
Biblical standards: to relate
Biblical truth to crucial issues


facing Christians everywhere
and to learn from each other
the patterns of evangelism the
Holy Spirit is using today in
our churches and fellowships


Pastor Sweeting leaves on
June 30 and plans to spend
two weeks in Holland with
friends.
After he returns, he n ..' be


S NO We are not closing

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in The Nassau Harbour Clubl ,
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phone 31771


ordained to the Miistry at
the 14th annual convention
of the Bahamas Evangelhcal
Church Association, which
was formerly The Island


Miaionary Society.
This service will be heM in
Dundus Town. Abaco .o July
28.
Mr. Sweeting is married to
Barbara Sweeting "Nee
Russell," daughter of Mr.


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They has. l ehig*a
Mr. Sweeting la the so of
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Harbour ldma mid MNa


Come and bring a friend!
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RESERVATIONS: 5-7541
Paradise Beach Pavilion is lustwestof the Holiday In.
WHERE JAMES DOND MADE THUNDERBALL


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
1. Skeleton 30. And not
6. Form a notion 31. Tennis
12. Scrub a missile appurtenance
flight 32. Tissue
13. Me !iocre 33. Sister
14. Shinbone 34. Toy
15. Ornament 36. Unit of
6. Concerning reluctance
18. EnginLaring 37. Baboon
degree 38. You and me
19. Gram molecule 40. King of Edom
21. Shank 42. Ballet dance
23. Nation 46. Beverage
27. Fatima's 49. Illuminates
husband 50. Offspring


UTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
4. E.raIJ Isle
DOWN 5. Future
headliner
1. Cudgel 6. Chill
2. Japanese sash ,7. Cupola
3. Royalty 8. Live coal
9 o 9 --, amas. amat
10. Weather
satellite
S11. Abstract being
17. Certain
fisherman
19. Several
20. Dairy product
22. High winds
i -* 24. Historian
A 25. Stratagem
26. Sea eagle
29. Saracen sultan
7A W35. Should
39 Location
' 41. The Bea,
"- 4 6 42 Armpit
43. Delve
44. .- Khan
45. Forerunner of
- the CIA
47. Pecan
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NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby given that GEORGE ALEXANDER
ROBINSON of Eight Mile Rock Grand Bahama is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 27th day of
June 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P.O. Box N-3002
Nassau, Bahamas.


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THE TRIBUNE -Thuriday, June 27, 1974.


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


CLASSIFIED ADVS. BRING RESULTS-FAST
TO PLACE YOUR ADV. TELEPHONE 219M8- EXT. 5


REAL ESTATE I


C15797
1.REAUTI FULLANDSCAPED
4 bedroom 2 bathroom half
,acre ot land. Air-conditionhed in
Blair Estate $59,000.00.
2. Blair Estate 3 bedroom
house fully furnished 1 acre
lot $59,000.Q0..

3. Beautiful 3 bedroom 24
bathroom landscaped
airconditioned in Highland
Park. $68,000.00.
4. Grove, West Bay 4
bedroom 2 bathroom home
fully furnished plus 2 self
contained apartments
overlooking Bay $85,000.00.
5. Sans Souci Lot 100x 110
$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 airconditioned
with kidney shape swimming
pool and large patio in Blair
Estate.

8. Nicholls Town Andros -
Residential and Business
properties for sale. Price on
application.

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

10. West Bay Street the Grove
2 large lots price open to
offers.
CALL DOUGLAS CAREY
AND
C.A. CHRISTIE
REAL ESTATE CO.
Phone 52953.

C15808
EXTRA LARGE LOTS- SEA
BREEZE AREA 70 x 550.
$400 down. $152 month. Also,
50 x 260 $300 down. $105
month. Tel: 4-1141 any day or
night or 2-3027
MORLEY & O'BRIEN REAL
ESTATE.

C15843
LOTS for sale which includes
use of private beach.
YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES. LOW $75 deposit.
70 x 100 lots. Tel: 4-1141 any
day or night or 2-4148.
C15856
LOT for sale Gleniston
Gardens 75 x 175/Telephone
3-2587.

FOR ENT

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.


C15794
FURNISHED


2 bedroom


apartment consisting of
living-dining room, kitchen and
bathroom. Twynam Avenue.
Telephone 5-8185.
C141/.4
LOVELY 2 bedromr
airconditioned apartment,
Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, Master T.V.ant'nna
and laundry room facilities.
enclosed parking area. For
information call 3-4953 or
5-4258
C14909
2 BEDROOM 1 bath
apartment, fully furnished and
ready for occupancy. Situated
in Winton Highway. Prices vary
from $350 to $375 per month.
Phone ;-1631.
C14162
COTTAGES and apartment!
monthly airconditioned
fully furnished, maid serviciL
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297. 31093
C14735
LARGE spacious 3 bedrooms
tail airconditioned) 3 bath
ffully furnished, hilltop house
Ddnottage Estate. Must see to
appreciate. $700 per month
including light and water.
Telephone 2-3713, 5-9322 or
3.1671
C15822
Beautiful Furnished Bedroom,
Kitchen Facilities, Large
Lounge. 2 Blocks west British
Colonial, 1 block from Beach.
Single persons only. Call
5-3208.
C 15820
6th August 16 October
Furnished 3 bedroom, 2
bathroom house, Waterloo
Road off Village Road $400
per month or $120 per week.
Maid available. Telephone
22089 day 31473 eveninq.
C15778
One and Two bedroom
apartments, fully furnished
airconditioned, T.V. antenna.
No children, no pets. Phone
7-8141 or 7-7655.

C15841

BAYCROFT APARTMENTS
2 bedrooms furnished
apartments, swimming pool,
laundry facilities. Contact
Manager 41288.


I I '-.----i---i ___________________________________________ V


FOR RENT


C 15850
SHOPS AND OFFICES FOR
RENT
Modern airconditioned office
and store space available in
busy shopping area. Telephone
and ample parking. Rental fees
will appeal to the business man
with a future. Call 23010.

C15851
TWO 2 bedroom apartments
fully furnished. Centreville.
Ring Mr. Pritchard at 58134.
C15857
ONE bedroom and efficiency
apartments to rent in Montagu
Studios. Rent includes use of
beach, tennis courts, restaurant
and bar and all utilities. Call
31881.

C15875
2 two bedroom apartments,
unfurnished. Sunshine Park.
Price $170 per month.
Telephone 36102.
C15845
2 bedroom apartment Winton
Highway, fully furnished. $350
per month. Call 2-1631/2.


FOR SALE OR RENT

C15806
LARGE 3 bedroom 2
bathroom fully furnished
house in Montagu area, very
quiet road, five minutes walk
to public beach, 3/4 acre
property with many fruit trees.
Only $66,000 if you deal with
owner direct. Also available
for yearly rent $600 a month.
Call 24416 (office hours).

FOR SALEORTRADE

C'15876
SMALLER car and pickup
truck. 1972 Dodge Challenger,
Al condition. Telephone 241
Rock Sound.

| CARS FOR SALE

C15772
1973 MATADOR. BEST
OFFER Phone 4-3091, after 7
p.m
C15792
SPECIAL 1971 "Firebird 350"
Al condition, radio, tape,
excellent condition, $3950.
Telephone 23137.
C15759
19 68 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA convertible,
automatic transmission, power
steering, radio. $1.600. O.N.0,
Phone 42193-.

C 15800
1970 MOKE 35,000 miles.
Excellent condition. New
paint. $1,000.00. O.N.O.
Phone 41164.

C 15855
'69 FORD MUSTANG, radio,
air-conditioned, 6-cylinder,
power steering and brakes.
$2,100.00 cash. P. 0. Box
5891. Phone 4-1227.
C15867.
AT
MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED
WE HAVE THE
USED CAR FOR YOU
1973 CHEVY VEGA. Autom-
Automatic Trans, Radio.
Yellow with Tan Trim. Was
$3200.00 Now $2900.00
1973 VENTURA II Automatic
Trans, P/S, P/B, Radio, White
Wall Tyres. Green with Green
Trim. Was $3700.00 Now
$3400.00
1972 AUSTIN 1300 Standard
Trans, Green with Black Trim.
Was $1750.00 Now $1600.00
1972 AUSTIN MAXI Standard
Trans, Radio. Blue with Green
Trim.. Was $3300.00 Now
$3000.00
1970 FORD TORINO
Automatic Trans, A/C, P/S,
P/B, Radio, Vinyl Top. Blue
with Blue Trim. Was $2800.00
Now $2500.00
1970 HORNET Standard
Trans, Radio. Yellow with
Black Trim. Was $1000.00
Now $800.00
1970 CHEVY IMPALA
Automatic Trans, P/S, P/B,
Radio, A/C, W/W Tyres. Gold
with Gold Trim. Was $3200.00
Now $2900.00

MOTOR CENTRE LIMITED
THOMPSON BLVD.OPP


DAVIS ST.
P.O. BOX N-3741,
PHONE 56739
C15862
OWNER LEAVING NASSAU
-Singer Vogue '68
4 door automatic white, black
upholstery, low mileage, good
condition, best cash offer'


Call 34748 or
21690-7.

=F1R SALE
C15872
MUST SELL! IMMEDIATELY!
Single bedroom suite.
Excellent condition. Also used
baby items, car seat, stroller,
playpen, bassinette and crib.
To view call 21986 day
42586 after 5 pm.


FOR SALE


C15816
MACKEY STREET
DEPARTMENT STORE
Palmdale Avenue and
Mackey Street
Opposite Bar 20 Corner
10% DISCOUNT STOREWIDE
Store Hours: Monday, Friday
and Saturday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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
naterlal starting at $3.50 per
yard.
We sew bridesmaids gowns for
$25.00
THE YOUNG MISS, Market
Street near Bay. Telephone
2-3365.

C14983
HOUSEFUL of furniture for
sale. Owner leaving colony.
Phone 35729.
C15854
BOYNTON'S
GARAGE SALE
East end Winton Highway
Friday, June 28th 9 a.m. 6
p.m.
BIGGEST BARGAINS
REDUCED
FOR QUICK SALE
Furniture, Books, Table Linen,
Deep Freezer, Frig, T.V.
Phone 4-1227

C15859
PATIO SALE
11 am 29th June
Hi Fi $225
TV $125
Cardtable/chairs, Bicycles and
more.
Tel. 7-7582, "West End"
Prospect Ridge.
C15833
LISTER GENERATOR KCK
4.25. Good condition. Located
at Cat Island. Call Evans 21801
or 2 and 5-5310.

SCHOOLS
C14772
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confid-rr-,.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 p.m. or 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.

CRAFT T U S

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


FOUND
C15823
Abandoned Dell Quay Dory.
Owner may claim by
contacting Phone 4-1542.


APPRECIATION
C15838
MR. & MRS. ELVIN
McCLAIN wish to thank
all friends and relatives for th(
gifts given to them on their
wedding.


WA ,TS TO B Y
C 15869
FIBREGLASS outboard -
15-16 ft. with good motor.
Must be in first-class condition.
Write: Adv. C15869, c/o The
Tribune, P. O. Box N-3207,
Nassau.

EIZIJ


C15861
THE annual general meeting of,
the NASSAU OUTBOARD
CLUB will be held on July 2nd
1974 at SOL-Y-MAR, 2 doors
west of the Nassau Yacht Club.


C15782
IF you have young cnildrir
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. 0. Bbx 5449 E. S.
Nassau or Telephone 23921.


PUBLIC AUCTION


C14911
HARRY D. MALONE will
sell by auction at his premises
on the Western side of Albury
Lane, five doors from Shirley
Street in the Eastern District of
the Island of New Providence
on the 28th day of June 1974
at 12:00 o'clock noon the
following property:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or'
lot of land situate in the
Western District of the
Island of New Providence
being a portion of Lot
Number Twelve (lot No. 12)
of Block Number Fourteen
(No. 14) in a plan of
Westward Villas Subdivision
and First and Second
Addition Westeard Villas
prepared by W. E. Brown
Civil Engineer dated
February 1925 and now
filed in the Office of the
Crown Lands Officer of the
Commonwealth as Number
Twenty-one C (No. 21C)
which said piece parcel or
lot of land is bounced on the
North by Yorkshire Street
and running thereon Seventy
(70) feet on the East by a
reservation Ten (10) feet
wide on the Southeast by a
circular reservation Fifty
(50) feet in diameter on the
South by Lot Number
Seventeen (Lot No. 17) of
the said Block Number
Fourteen (No. 14) and on
the East by another portion
of Lot Number Twelve (Lot
No. 12) in the said Block
Number Fourteen (No. 14)
and running thereon One
hundred and Thirty (130)
feet which said piece parcel
or lot of land has such
position boundaries shape
marks and dimensions as are
shown on the diagram or
plan attached to an
Indenture of Convevance
dated 13th day of October.
1.965' and made between
Abbott Limited of the one
part and Jacques Michael
Graf of the other part and
now of record in the
Registry of Records in
Volume 922 at pages 373 to
381 and is delineated on the
Eastern section of that part
which is coloured Pink on
the said diagram or plan. *
The property is being sold
under the power of sale
contained in an Indenture of
Mortgage dated the 9th day of
August, 1971 between Henry
W. Hadman and Jacques
Michael Graf and recorded in
the Registry of Records in
Volume 1806 at pages 123 to
135.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price.
Terms 10% of the purchase
price at the time of sale and
balance on completion.
Dated this 10th day of June
1974.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer


C15868
HARRY D. MALONE will sell
at his premises on Albury Lane
situated Five (5) doors from
Shirley Street on the right
hand side on Friday July 12th
1974 at 12 o'clock noon the
following property:-
AT THAT piece parcel or lot
of land being Lot Number
Ten (10) of the Subdivision
known as "Gardenview
Estates" situate on Bernard
Road in the Eastern District
of the Island of New
Providence which said piece
parcel or lot of land is
bounded NORTHEAST-
WARDLY by Lot Number
Eleven (11) of the said
Subdivision and running
thereon Niety and Seven-
tee n hundredths
(90.17) feet SOUTHEAST-
WARDLY BY land the
property of the Estate of
Frank Kelly and running
thereon Fifty (50) feet
SOUTHWESTWARDLY by
Lot Number Nine (9) of the
said Subdivision and running
thereon Ninety and
Seventeen hundredths
(90.17) feet and
NORTHWESTWARDLY by
a road reservation Thirty-six
(36) feet wide and running
thereon Fifty (50) feet
which said piece parcel or
lot of land has such position
shape marks and dimensions
as are shown on a plan filed
in the Reigstered Office of
Regency (Bahamas) Limited
and is demarcated on the
said plan by the Number
Ten (10).
Equitable Mortgage dated the
Thirtieth day of May, A.D,
1973 and made between
Monica Roker of the one part
of The Royal Bank of Canada
of the other part and now of
record in the Registry of
Records of the Commonwealth
of the Bahamas in Volume
2148 at pages 141 to 1.14.
The sale is subject to a reserve
price and to the right for the
Auctioneer or any person on
his behalf to bid up to that
price. Terms: 10% of the
purchase price at the time of
the sale and the balance on
completion.
Dated this 25th day of June
A.D. 1974.
HARRY D. MALONE
Public Auctioneer.


I ENTERTAINMENT


C14336
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY
* The Nassauvians
* The Electric Circle
OPEN TILL 4. 0 a.m.
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.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

C15818


BAHAMAS OBEDIENCE
TRAINING SCHOOL
Registration for Summer
Session
July 16th -6 p.m.
Back of O'Brien Engineering
off Thompson Boulevard. For
more information call 3-140'.
or 3-1303.

MARINE SUPPLIES I
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
huil. bnip to shore. Al
condition. $2800. Phone
/17550 or 7777-6
C14894
MINI FISH BOAT, good
condition. Call Harding's
2-3067 after 6 p.m. 5-5704.


I MnE SmPPLES


C11894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander. sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engi ies
'with less than 200 hours.
Kitchenette, good condition
Call 24267, 54011. /
C15792 .
1971 28 foot Flybridge
Bertram with twin 215 h.p.
Mejrcruisers in excellent
condition and well equipped
and also with Dual Control.
31731 (day).
C15766
NEW 31 ft. boat, well
constructed, locally built.
$3,750.00. To view call 2-2868
days.
C15813
14 ft. SEAGULL. Phone
2-2861, Ext. 343 from 6.30
a.m. to 2.30 p.m. ask for Mrs.
Mary Adderley.
C15834
25 ft. BERTRAM hardtop,
sleeps 3, head, ship to shore,
twin 160 Mercruisers and many
extras. Tel. 41540.
C15821
35' BOAT with 671 GM, ship
to shore radio, with ice box
holds up to 2500 Ibs. Phone
22125 day 31452 night.
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.

LOST I
C15786
$1,000.00 WILL BE
OFFERED FOR
INFORMATION GIVEN TO
OURSELVES OR THE
POLICE FOR THE
RECOVERY OF TWO
LADIES PLATINUM
BAGUETTE DIAMOND
RINGS VALUED AT $6,500
and $1,000, THE PROPERTY
OF A. PARKHURST AND F.
GRIFFIN LOST AT
HOLIDAY INN, PARADISE
ISLAND, 8th JANUARY,
1974.
AUTOMOBILE ADJUSTERS
LIMITED P. 0. Box N-1960.


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C15814
REWARD
For information leading to the
recovery of "SPIDER", a black
half-labrador male pUDDy.
white spot under neck, wearing
tan collar. Missing from Oakes
Field Saturday. Phone 5-8553.

ELP WANTED j

C14986
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Offset Pressman,
40 hours per week, good
working conditions. Apply
BAHAMAS PRINTING, Oakes
Field.
C15758
BAHAMIAN wanted to weed
a; id keep yards clean.
Telephone 3-4953.
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. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
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. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15810
WANTED Accountant and
Sales Analyst, at least 5 years
accounting experience.
Bahamians only need apply in
own handwriting to: P. O. Box
F-2442, Freeport, Grand
Bahama. Attn. Mr. A. Pride.
C15809
ADMINISTRATIVE
TRAINEE required, age 25-30,
university degree preferable,
for involvement in all aspects
petroleum marketing and
distribution. Good career
prospects. Please apply in
writing, with resume and
references, to P. 0. Box
N-4807, Nassau.
C15807
GARDENER FARMER. Hours
8:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. $12 a
day. Phone 42080 after 6 p.m.
C15790
GARDENER, Handyman to do
general gardening and odd jobs.
Phone 22181.
C15805
GARDENER CARETAKER
wanted to work in garden and
take care of house. Must sleep
experience in gardening. Salary
$50 a week clear references
necessary. Write P. O. Box
N8194.
C15825
FARMER to work on farm in
Carmichael Road. Telephone
35812. Mr. Green, P. 0. Box
N-1567.
.15815
MANAGER and
MANAGERESS required for
small out island resort.
Manager should have
experience in similar type of
projects and be capable of day
to day maintenance of
generators and other
equipment. Manageress to take
full responsibility for efficient
running of restaurant and all
housekeeping staff. Apply in
writing, with copy of resume,
to HAWKS NEST CLUB, P.O.
Box N-3919, Nassau.


C15801
TWO dependable janitors
needed to maintain school
;grounds and facilities year
round. Call 3-2641.
C15827

FARM HELPER wanted.
Telephone 3-5550, William V.
Eneas.
C 15826
FARMER to work on farm in
Seabreeze. Telephone 3-5812
Mr. Green P. O. Box N1567.
C15812
3 FARM WORKERS to weed
and clean chicken houses.
Phone 41239 of Rocky Farms.


C15840
HANDYMAN


wanted.


- ..


DUTIES AND RESPONSI-
BILITIES: Total responsibility
for the operation of the Plant
and the management of the
business including supervision
of a small work force.

EXPERIENCE: At least three
years in a processing plant
including experience in
Customs clearance formalities;
the importation and
exportation of goods;
invoicing; quality control;
mixing procedures; laboratory
procedures; handling receipts
and payments and operating a
bank account.

INTERESTED APPLICANTS
TO CONTACT: McKlnney,
Bancroft & Hughes P. 0. Box
N3937, Nassau, Bahamas, or
Mr. W.P.C. Adams, P. 0. Box
ES 6200 Nassau, Bahamas.
C15866
TWO MEN to work on farm
land. One to help as handyman'
around church yard. Cali


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ELP MNTE
C15839
BAHAMIAN MAID to care for
(2) small children and do
general housework. Contact
IMiss V. Barr, c/o P. 0. Bol
N3729.
C15842
One FARM Caretaker is
wanted. Call 36119 Mr. D.
Johnson.
C15829
ONE Female for farming.
Wages $35 per week.
Telephone 36008 from 8 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. and 55309 from
5:30 p.m. to 8 a.m.
C15832
FARM WORKER to work on
farm. $40 week. Apolv In
person Louise Hepburn, Sixth
Street, Coconut Grove or Mr.
Silbert Evans at 21801-2.

C15835
3 MALE FARM
LABOURERS. Phone 41101
C15836.
9 MALE FARM
LABOURERS. Call Michael
78143.
C15837
LIVE in Farm Labourer. Salary
$40 per week. Phone 35753.
C15824
A Live-in maid to take care of
a one year old baby. Call
3-5755.
C15852
MAN to empty and clean 55
gallon garbage drums. Also for
general cleaning and weeding.
Apply: Manager Seafloor
Aquarium 3-6896.
C15847
One HANDYMAN to work
around garage. Phone 24076.
C15848
ONE MECHANIC helper with
at least three years experience.
Phone 24076.
C15849
INTERIOR DESIGNER,
college graduate, minimum 10
years on job experience with
professional interior
architectural design firm.
Competent in residential
hotel-club and office design.
To assume full responsibility
for client contact, contract
development, design
programme and execution.
Send resume to House &
Garden Ltd., P. 0. Box N7776,
Nassau, Bahamas.
C15844
MALE between ages 25 & 3Q,
preferably with experience in
Draftsmanship or Technical
Drawings and educated to
G.C.E. standards. Good welfare
benefits including a 4% day
week. This is an excellent
career opportunity for right
person. Bahamians only need
apply in writing to
"MORTGAGE" c/o P. 0. Box
N3734, Nassau.
C15846
One DRESSMAKER must
be able to cut free hand and by
pattern.
One Milliner, 1 year experience
dna over. Phone 34117.
C15871
1 FARM labourer to weed,
plant, water, fill pots, digging
soil, and able to repair water
pumps. 7 days 7 a.m. 5 p.m.
Phone 4-1302.
C15865
WANTED One Farm Labourer.
Contact E. A. Moss, Blue Hill
Road. Phone 35692.
C 15858
THREE Labourers for digging
of trenches in hard rock,
pouring septic tanks and
digging graves. Tel. 34334.
C15877

VACANCY FREEPORT

JOB TITLE: Plant Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION: Manager
of a business at Freeport
engaged in the manufacture
and blending of food
flavourings and essences.

MINIMUM EDUCATION:
High School Graduate with a
knowledge of Elementary
Physics and Chemistry












THE TRIBUNE Thursday, June 27,1974.
"I.19-


ELP IMNTED

C15870
EXPERIENCED Gardener
(ardener/Handyman. Hours u
dm to 5pm, 3 days a week.
$10 a day. Bahamian only. Call
days 22226.


C15864
WANTED. One
Labourer, Contact
Russell, Market Street.
24201.


Farm
James
Phone


C15863
WANTED Two Tailors to work
in tailor shop on Market Street.
Phone 36966.


ITRIE SERI"CES


T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICES
Call 5-9404
;WOHLL)D U- MUSIC
Mackev Strcet
C14765
MASTER TECHNICIANS
LTD., Mackey Street, your
Whirlpool distributor offers
refrigerators, washers, dryers,
compactors, freezers, ice
minkers, air conditioners and
garbage disposers.With full
warranty on every home
appliance we sell. Service done
by factory trained mechanics.
Telephone 23713, 5-9322.
C14761

Plador's Cuitome
Broker o Ltd.
Mackey Street
& Roosevelt Avenue
NASSAU BAHAMAS
P. 0. BOX N3714
IATA CARGO AGENTS
CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
,. 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


HELP WANTED
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, JP. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15289
POULTRY
To work on farm. Contact the
Island Market Pinder's Point
Grand Bahama, Box F27
C15253
ONE GREENSMAN TO LOOK
AFTER BASEBALL FIELD.
PHONE FREEPORT
373-2117.
C15292
1 Supervisor and expeditor.
5 years experience loading and
offloading steel from ships and
.dispatching same.
I-Trailer driver. Applicant
must be able to operate heavy
Equipment and diesel tractors;
supervise loading and
unloading of steel and other
materials. 5 years experience.
1-Produce peddler.
1-diesel mechanic. 5 years
experience. Heavy duty
equipment.
12-Labourers. Clearing yard,
.weeding, trash removal.
C15291'
Two male general workers for
fast food type restaurant
Including kitchen. Some
previous experience necessary.
All workers required to do
various types of cleaning,
lifting and washing up. Must be
neat clean cut in appearance
with proper behaviour, and be
able to read and write. Health
certificate, police certificate
'and known references required.
NO waiters, waitresses or
cashiers needed, Bahamians
only need apply to
King-O-Beef Ltd. c/o Box
F2602, Freeport, Bahamas.
C15299
Need a LIVE4N-MAID to take
care of children. Phone
34&-2170 at Eiaht Mile Rock.

Bahamas Entertainment Ltd.
h vacancy for UTILITY
MAN.
Phone 373-2117.


TME SERVICE


C15817


RMALMHI BRUWN
3-4263 5-9368
BAHAMAS UPHOLSTERY
Adderley's Addition
Rebuilding, Repairing,
Refinishing
17 years experience
FREE ESTIMATES

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

C1484S
C.W. (BILL) PEMBERTON
FOR
INSURANCE
Life, Fire. Hurricane,
Motor, etc.
Telephone 52539
Malton House
P. O. Box N1014
fnllins Avenue.


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


%14759
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or trenching
done? Call
CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD. 2-4996
or 5-.725


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iELP WANTED

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, br.zing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15254
ONE UTILITY MAN, TWO
DISHWASHERS WANTED.
OCEAN ONE RESTAURANT.
PHONE 373-3033.
C15290
Two live in fulltime general
maids minimum age 40 years.
No attachments. $25.00 per
week to start. Must like
children. Minimum eight years
experience in a large home as
cook, laundress, butleress,
cleaner, chambermaid, light
yard work- and know the
correct eauioment. Must like
and be able to take care of
several dogs (some very large)
cats and fish. Health
certificate, police certificate,
and known references required.
Apply to Mrs. Douglas R.
Silvera c/o box F-2602
Freeport, Bahamas.
C15295
One live-in maid age 30-40 to
care for six children. Apply
Gernal Post Office. Eight Mile
Rock, Grand Bahama.

C15300
One LIVE-IN MAID to care for
mentally ill woman.
Contact: Genevieve Russell,
Phone 348-2170.
C15301


TYPIST/STENOGRAPHER
REQUIRED
Must have typing and
shorthand for correspondence
etc.. Must be familiar with
Customs procedures. Also must
be able to answer telephone
and handle cash responsibly.
Grand Bahama Motors Ltd., P.
0. Box F-14, Freeport.
C15297
MALE CASHIER needed. Must
be able to operate R.C. Allen
Cash Register. Must be able to
cut 8-track tapes. Must be
capable of repairing record
players. Have experience of
Customs brokerage and own a
car.
Phone Freeport 352-5290.


CAR ROLL RIgHTER'S



from the Cerrll Righter institute
"t ,GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and evening
when dramatic events can take place in your
relations with other people. Make sure you are thoughtful and
considerate with them, and ready to mite any opportunities
that may arise. Be more cooperative.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) It would be wise to listen
carefully to what associates have to suggest now since the
planets are with them. Control your temper.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Show your skill in whatever
faces you today and make an excellent impression on
higher-ups. You can improve your appearance.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Allow some free time for an
invitation that may be extended to you unexpectedly. Think
kindly of others. Be more cheerful.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Plan how to make
family more pleased at home. Tomorrow is best if you want to
put some new project into motion.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Consult with associates in the
morning about future plans. Don't neglect important
correspondence. Engage in favorite hobby.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Study objectively ways to
increase your assets. Improve your budget so that it is more
flexible. Steer clear of one who bickers.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Know what it is that you
really want in life and get rid of obstacles in the way of your
progress. Show more devotion to mate.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Keep secret any future plans
and become a more successful person. Be ready and willing to
give advice to a good friend.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) An associate can be of
great assistance to you. Know what your aims are and how to
achieve them. Put forth more effort.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) A higher-up can help you
with a particular plan you have in mind. Avoid one who
doesn't understand you. Take it easy tonight.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Make certain you contact
persons who can help you in a new activity that interests you.
Make plans for a fascinating trip.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) This is an ideal day to handle
personal obligations. Listen to what loved one has to suggest
so that happiness can be increased.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
one with a very warm and delightful nature. Make sure you
make available courses in art, culture, music appreciation as
well as other related subjects. Teach early in life to listen to
what others have to say before coming to conclusions. Give
credit where credit is due.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


Winning

Bridge
By VICTOR MOLLO
Dealer South: Love All
North East
SA 10 9 5 K 3 2
J 9 5 A 10 2
I SQ 10 5 3 2
South North
INT (12/14) 2
20 3 T
West leads the 69. Declarer
overtakes dummy's A10 with the
J and runs the 4 to uast's
K. A kibitzer, tt by you,
Between st ad ammy, says:
"Offer me 3-1 and 1I bael
either side."
Will you take up the offer ? If
you back the defence what
would you play at trick three ?
Ready? Then let's sun the
horizon.
Declarer is marked with 4AJ.
He has shown the 4Q and prob-
ably has the 4J though If not.
it's finessible. That comes to '7-8
paints. Since the INT is lImited
to 14, he cannot have both the
VK and also the QAK, for that
would give him 17-18, far too
much.
So East leads the VQ. West
has the VK and defenders take
the next four tricks or South
wins, as here:
West
S76 4

South
J 8
8 K 8 8
0K852
S AJ4
West comes in with the CA
and leads a heart through
dummy. Note that South's 20
in reply to North's 24, denied
four hearts.
Did you take that bet ?


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fourletters BOOM ODAFN
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L HELPWNTED

C15296
Russell's Transportation Ltd.
(Moving Division) needs
ASSISTANT WAREHOUSE
CONTROL AND SHIPPING
MANAGER with the following
requirements: 8 years
experience, high school
education with technical
background in weight and
measurements, warehouse
control, in and out handling,
invoicing, estimating, rate
structures, both domestic and
international for household
goods and domestic freight.
Must also have knowledge of
Customs procedures in other
countries.
(4) PACKERS with the
following qualifications: 6
years experience on tab job
training with knowledge of
inventory control, packing,
crating, must have standard
education with ability in Math.
Should also include knowledge
of weights and measurements.
P. 0. Box F-576, Freeport.



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


Chess













From Janowai v Y, alanca,
New Yozk, 1924. The watehift
O0p9 fans were woMlled 'by his
hemmed n bishop and
backward P, but he world
champion (Bliuto_ play) found
the best move. Wht wa t?
Par tUmes: 10 seconds, chess
master; 20 seconds, expert; 1
minue, ounty plaer; 3 minutes,
club standard; minutes, er-
gae; .16 minutes, novice
oHUNs solution, Thursday, June a

Chess Solution
I . KtxKBPlI 2 PxKt,
r-IKt 5ch; 3 K-R.1 --R6 ch
rw W bYPerpet2ocheckJe. White
can't put his ki on A because
ol QxBP oh and QxA and he
can't ifnterpose his knight agaftst
the check at RA because of Q x Q.


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THE TRIBUNE - Thursday, June 27, 1974.


Tough

test

for Rolle
LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT
champ Baby Boy Rolle has
reported himself in good shape
for his 10 round main event
against heavyweight Carl Baker
in Freeport at the Tropicana
Arena tomorrow night.
Baker is expected to enter
the ring at 190 pounds 15
pounds more than Rolle. But
this should not be any problem
to the robust champ. He gave
away double figure poundage
to former champ Bert Perry
and heavyweights Johnny Hud
Hudgins and Wendell Newton.
"Baby has improved a whole
lot since the title fight," trainer
Eddie Taylor said. "His hands
are moving and his endurance
has built up a lot." Rolle last
month dropped a decision to
the youthful Bob Freeze.
"1 look at Carl as a tough
opponent," Taylor continued.
"It may go the distance, but I
hope Baby can be the winner. I
am most sure that he can win
it."
Following the Baker bout,
Rolle's plans are indefinite. He
is still awaiting a reply from
Freeze's handlers concerning a
return bout. Should this bout
come off, lie would like for it
to be in Freeport where there
are "better judges and people
who are more experienced in
boxing."
Sugar "Kid" Bowe takes on
Rocky Ferguson in the semi
final which follows three other
bouts including a battle royal.


Saints set for pennant

By KERRINGTON WILKINSON
THE IMPERVIOUS defence of Del Jane Saints and winning twirler Kirk Smith
clinched a tie for the "Pennant" race when the Saints beat hard hitting Schlitz Beer
last night 5-2 in a showdown affair before some 950 persons at the Queen Elizabeth.-


Winning pitcher Kirk Smith
Williams after the crucial win.


1972
No. 345

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS

In the Supreme Court Equity Side

IN THE MATTER

Of British American Bank Limited
(In Compulsory Liquidation)

AND

IN THE MATTER

Of The Companies Act Cap. 184.

The creditors of the above-named company are
required, on or before the 31st day of August 1974
to send their names and addresses. and the
particulars of their debts or claims and the names
and addresses of their attorneys or solicitors, if
any, to Graham Charles Garner of Post Office Box
N.7770 Nassau, Bahamas the Joint Official
Liquidator of the said company, and, if so required
in writing from the said Joint Official Liquidator,
are by their attorneys-at-law to come in and prove
their said debts or claims at the Supreme Court,
Nassau, Bahamas at such time as shall be specified
in such notice. or in default thereof they will be
excluded from the benefit of any distribution
made before such debts are proved.


Dated this 25th day


of June 1974.
SELIGMAN MAYNARD & Co.
P. 0. Box N.7525
Nassau Bahamas

Attorneys for the Joint
Official Liquidators.


1973
No. 484
COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS

In the Supreme Court Equity Side

IN THEll MATTER

Of British Amefican Bank (Nassau) Limited
(In Compulsory Liquidation)

AND

IN THE MATTER

01 The Companies Act Cap. 184.

The creditors of the above-named company are
required, on or before the 3 1st day of August 1974
to send their names and addresses. and the
particulars of their debts or claims and the names
and addresses of their attorneys or solicitors, if
any, to Graham Charles Garner of Post Office Box
N.7770 Nassau, Bahamas the Joint Official
Liquidator of the said company, and, if so required
in writing from the said Joint Official Liquidator.
are by their attorneys-at-law to come in and prove
their said debts or claims at the Supreme Court.
Nassau, Bahamas at such time as shall be specified
in such notice, or in default thereof they will be
excluded from the benefit of any distribution
made before such debts are proved.

Dated this 25th day of June 1974.

SELIGMAN MAYNARD & Co.
P. 0. Box N.7525
Nassau Bahamas

Attorneys for the Joint
Official Liquidators.


and manager Charlie


POLES

POUND

AHEAD






STUTTGART Poland
broke through Sweden's tight
defence to win a 1-0 victory
last night in the second round
of the World Cup.
The lone goal by Poland's
Lato in the 42nd minute was
the first and only one the
Swedes allowed thus far in
the tournament.
The victory gave the Poles
four wins in four starts. But
the eastern European team
played a colourless match and
only the beautiful saves of its
-goal keeper Jan Tomaszewski
kept Sweden from scoring the
equalizer.
The Polish goal keeper
even stopped a penalty in the
65th minute.
In Gelsenkirchen, Johan
Cruyff scored two goals as
the Dutch soccer team
hammered Argentina 4-0.
A i estimated 40,000
Dutch fans were in the crowd
of 67,000 and cheered their
team in a brilliant display.
In Hannover, Rivellino
hammered home a free-kick
through a defensive wall to
give Brazil a 1-0 win over East
Germany.
The turning point came in
the 62nd minute when
fairzinho a survivor from
Brazil's World Cup winning
team of 1970 was fouled
outside the penalty area.
The East Germans formed
a defensive wall. But
Rivellino found a gap and
sent a cannoball just inside
the post. (AP)


Sports Centre.
"Out defence was
marvellous and our pitching
great. I am convinced now that
after Citibank trashing we will
be "Pennant" winners for '74,"
said the proud Del Jane
manager Charlie Williams.
I believe that we can be
pennant winners. I know that
Del Jane is a team to beat, but
we have a feasible chance to
meet again and I'll enjoy
beating them," replied the
disappointed centre fielder for
Schlitz Anthony Roberts.
Schlitz held two conferences
at the mound in the second
inning first to warn Bertie
Murray second Murray
leaving for Henry Williams.
Peter Bethel opened the
second inning against Schlitz
hurler Murray and flied out to
the right fielder Richard
Lockhart. Left handed batter
Anthony Bostwick poked a
single to left field and
advanced to second on Benny
Bain's blooped single to left.
With runners on first and
second designated hitter
Sidney "Super" Wilkinson
drilled a single into left field to
produce the first tally as
Bostwick scored and Bain
stopped at second for Vince
Albury hustled the ball back to
the infield.
A rbi single by Bradley
Johnson and John Adderley's
rbi single and two base error
committed by the left fielder
Albury culminated three more
tallies for Del Jane to hold a
4-0 lead after the second inning.
Centre fielder Roberts took
away a hit from Wilkinson and
a possible run from Del Jane in
the third.
With one on and two out
Wilkinson lined a shot to
centre that immediately began
to sink after passing the infield.
Roberts playing a little deep
got to his wheels and achieved
the attainment of his goal
when he dived and made a
priceless catch to climax the
frame. However, the Saints had
already scored a tally before
the sensational out to increase
their lead 5-0.
Henry Williams allowed
three hits and a run to Del Jane
over the four and one-third
innings he pitched after hurling
seven innings Tuesday night
against Citibank.
Kirk Smith kept ordinance
on the mound and hurled a
two hit shut ball game until the
seventh frame as he struck out
five of Schlitz batters.
Lead off batter Lorenzo
Lockhart bounce out to start
Schlitz' seventh inning then
Colin Thompson affiliated for
an infield hit to deep short
where John made a fantastic
grab to keep the ball in the
infield.
Tony Carey pinch run for
Thompson and raced to.third
base on a double down the left
field line by Mackey Bain.

Yacht race
THE THIRD Annual "Hope
Town" Cup Series will be
sailed on Sunday and Monday.
Sponsored by the Hope Town
Sailing Club, all sailing
monohull yachts in the Abacos
on these dates are invited to
participate.


Students in


meet tonight


THIRTYONF students tifrom
Burlington High School and
the University of Vermont
headed by their track coach
Duan Ranard are currently
visiting New Providence as
guests of the Bahamas Amateur
Athletic Association.
Some 12 of these athletes
are track and field athletes and,
all will participate in a meet to
be staged this evening at the
Queen I li/abeth Sports entire .
Also assistant track coach at
the University of Vermont
Ranard is assisted by Dale
Wilson who is the physics
teacher and Miss Charlene
Benson who is a graduate of
Vermont and currently an
executive secretary to the
president of Burlington Saving
Ba.11k.
Ranard visited New
Providence last year during the
Independence Meet and was
impressed with the performance
he saw. During that time, he
met long-distance runners Sam
Williams and Derek Cambridge
with whom he did work out
sessions.
Having enjoyed his stay,
Ranard. following his return to
Vermont. began working on a


programme whereby his
students and athletes from the
Bahamas can benefit through
mutual coherence "to learn
and be learned from." he
explained.
Through various fund raising
events, this programme was
realized and once more,
Ranard is back with hopes of
helping athletes. He indicated
that he would like to make this
visit an annual event, bringing
in other athletes including
basektball players.
Ranard finds Bahamian
at hletes "have good team
spirit. The guys are friendly
and they are easily relaxed."
However. he commented that
there seemed to be a lack of
people who are willing to help.
Ranard further pointed out
that the Bahamas has a fairly
rounded squad. in that there
are a good mixture of athletes
track, field and long-
distance. Some teams in
the United States and Canada,
he said. had only one set of
atheltes. "No team has the
total strength like you have."
he said.
Ranard and his team leave
on. Sunday.


Pictures: MARGARET GUII.I.A UMA
Schlitz's Vince Albury gets back safely to first base
ahead of the throw to Peter Bethel.

Keyboard face Stars


KEYBOARD Lounge seek
their second straight win
tonight when they meet
Heineken Stars in the first
game (7 o'clock) in a New
Providence Softball Asso-
ciation double header.
Columbus League sensations


the Holiday In Stars play the
Centreville Sisters in the
second game at 9 o'clock.
The N.P.S.A. are in the
process of finalizing plans for
an all-star encounter between
New Providence and Eleuthera.
This game is tentatively
scheduled for July 10.


Revenge fight


The Star Super Plus will be
seeking revenge tonight for the
broken hand he received six
weeks ago when he was teamed
up with his present partner Mr.
Confidence Chris Rolle as they
go in the main event against
Wild One Egor and Mr Rubber
Legs Sneaky Little Bugs.
Also on tonight's card which
starts at 8:30, will be Wild Joe
Goose, The Terror and Iron
Man Destroyer. In the Amateur
section. The Snake. Killer Joe


and Pretty Boy Brown along
with Coco Cola Flash and the
Crow will be seen.
EMERGENCY MEETING
THE BAHAMAS Confed-
eration of Amateur Sports will
hold an emergency meeting
tomorrow night 8 o'clock at
the Blue Hill Golf Club to
discuss scheduling of sporting
events during Independence
Week. Representatives of all
sporting organizations are
urged to attend.


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Carlos Mark


By GLADSTONE THURSTON
TRINIDAD'S globe trotting
middleweight champ Carlos
Mark celebrates his 28th
birthday on July 7, just four
days prior to his clash with
Bahamas' welterweight champ
Elisha Obed at the A.F.
Adderley Gym on July 11.
A victory over Obed would
be the best kind of birthday
present but the cost is
almost prohibitive.
Mark's sojourn in the
Bahamas begins on July 8
when he and his able handler
McKeller Sandiford arrive in
Nassau. It is yet another stop
in a junketing career dating
back to 1965 a campaign
that took him to dozens of
cities around the world.
From New York to Paris to
London to parts of Central
America, Copenhagen and even
to Australia, Mark has made a
praiseworthy impact in the
international scene.
His 45 14 2 record un-
der close scrutiny becomes
very impressive when the
names of former world welter
and middleweight champ Emile
Griffith, current W.B.C. mid-
dleweight champ Rodrigo
Valdes, British Commonwealth
title holder Tony Mundine,
Europe Kingpin Kevin
Finnegan and other top
ranking contenders like Bennie
Briscoe and Bill Douglas come
into focus.
Further to his crecti are
knockout wins over the likes of
Tom Bethea and former
European middleweight and
light heavyweight ruler Tom


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Boggs. In his last outing in
April, Marks knocked out Dave
Dakers in Belize Honduras.
Ironically, Mark's two best
performances were losing
efforts at the hands of Griffith
and Mundine. In 1970 in New
York's Madison Square
Garden, Mark fought Emile to
a standstill, losing a debatable
split decision over 12 rounds.
The Mundine shocker
happened last year in Australia
during a bid for the
Commonwealth laurels.
Mark amazed the fistic
world by holding the heavily
favoured Aussie terror to a
highly disputed 15 round split
verdict. At that time, Mundine
was the logical contender for
Carlos Monzon's title and
perhaps the most feared 160
pounder in the division.
The decision was a moral
victory for Carlos Mark and
proved to all that he was a
force to be reckoned with.
Long regarded as the best
middleweight in the West
Indies, Mark puts his accolade
on the line when he meets
Obed, once again fighting on
alien territory.
Fighting a lighter fighter will
be a rare treat for Marks.
Always well under 160 pounds,
Mark is a natural junior
middleweight which makes his
success against the big guns of
the division even more
remarkable.
In August, Mark is scheduled
to return to Australia where he
made such a big hit against
Mundine. In the lighter iunior
middleweight class, he chal-
lenged Charkic Ramon for that
division's crown.