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Nassau and Bahama Islands Leading Newspaper


VOL. LXXI, No. 189 Monday, July 8, 1974. Prios: 20 Cent


Dancer killed, three hurt in car crash


NASSAU'S traffic fatalities
ros to 14 over the weekend
whe Frir Tai 19,of Farring-
toa Road and Lawence Wells.
67, of Bamboo Town, died
from injuries that they
regired in separate accidents.
Eric, a 1973 Aquinas
Collae graduate and the son
of he. and Mrs. Roy Tai, also
of Farrington Road, was
killed instantly on Saturday
afternoon, at approximately
3:20 p.m. when the car NPE
473, an MGB-GT that he was
driving crashed into a tree on
Prospect Ridge Road.
There were three
passengers, one of them
Stephanie Lunn, 15, of East


Terrace Centerville, was
treated at the Out Patients
Department of the Princes
Margaet Hospital and
discharged.
The two others Gina
Mortimer, 16, of Baillou Hill
Road and Katherine Davis, 14
of Boyd Road, were detained
at the hospital.
A hospital spokesman
reported that Davis was
released from the hospital
today and that Gina
Mortimer was "fair".
All four persons involved
in the accident were
members of the Bahamas
School of Theatre and were
scheduled to leave Nassau in


Court





order





on'






BCB
THE BAHAMAS Commonwealth Bank was ordered
into liquidation by the Supreme Court today, 17 days
after its banking licence was revoked and six days after
fpr 10S dulla. unad 'oldtig companies applied for it.
liquidation.
Making the liquidation order was Mr. Justice Maxwell
SThompson. He appointed chartered accountants Roy C. Kemp
and Davis A. Jones of Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and Co. provisional
Sliquidators. The liquidators are represented by Seligman and
Maynard.
They were empowered to By MIKE LOTHIAN
take possession of BCB's assets,
and to assume control of BCB's
"approximately 14" local deposited those assets with
subsidiaries. The subsidiaries BCB.
include Central Garage, Motor In April last year BCB was
SCentre, MM Travel Agency, ordered by the Supreme Court
Charlotte Street Securities, to pay ODB $155,420,000
?New Providence Leasing, under the terms of an
Grand Bahama Leasing and agreement for payment by
Bahamas Commonwealth Trust installment.
SCorporation. The holding companies in


Filing the liquidation
petition on July 2 were IOS
Growth Fund, Fund of Funds,
F.O.F. Proprietary Funds
represented by the Higgs and
Johnson law firm and Venture
4 Funds, represented by Paton
Toothe and Company.
International Investment
Trust of Luxembourg also
supported the petition.
Mr. Kemp told The Tribune
that he and Mr. Jones have
already prepared a press
statement for release in
.Canada, where a number of
, IOS-related companies are
'located, and telegrams have
already been sent off to about
120 banks around the world
requesting information on BCB
transactions.
BCB is a subsidiary of
International Bancorp, into
which the insurance and
banking assets of the
mammoth IOS mutual funds
empire were placed during the
tenure of Robert L. Vesco as
IOS chairman.
Other IOS assets were
channelled into the four dollar
fund holding companies that
applied for the BCB
liquidation. The four
companies then transferred
their assets to the Overseas
Development Bank of
Luxembourg, which in turn

Fire wrecks
A fire yesterday destroyed


the in
Laundrc
opposite
The


their suit for liquidation
claimed that BCB has defaulted
on those payments.
In a separate claim, Venture
Funds, which is already in
liquidation, wrote BCB asking
for information on the fund's
deposits at the bank.
BCB confirmed that it was
holding U.S. $350,000 for
Venture Funds. On June 20 o&
this year the law firm of Paton,
Toothe and Co., attorneys for
Venture, allegedly delivered a
letter to BCB requesting
payment of the $350,000. BCB
allegedly "totally disregarded"
the demand.
Last year the government
commissioned Peat Marwick,
Mitchell and Co. to prepare an
in-depth report on BCB's
activities here.
The report, up to July 3 last
year, was submitted.
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and
Co; have updated the report,
and on May 29 submitted
additional information bringing
the report up to date as of
March 31.
Three weeks after the report
was submitted, on June 21, the
government revoked BCB's
licence on grounds that "the
licensee has been operating in a
manner detrimenal to the
public's interest and to the
interest of its depositors and
other creditors."

launaromat
Arthur L ia and operated bv


I


iterior of We Care Wilken Bain, was reportedly
omat on East Street insured.
e Hay Street. Fire officials said they
building owned DY received the alarm at 10:37
Ssa.,,,, ana their men arrived on
the scene at 10:40 a.m to find
the Interior of the building
1- engulfed, in flames. The fire
SALE DAYS wa brought under control in
50 minutes.
EVERY DAY It is believed to have bon
N T started by an overeted
S burew to the laundry. The
matter is still under
investigation.


four days to participate in a
musical production "Black
Magic Company, Folklore" in
Paris France.
It was reported that when
the accident occurred, the
four dancers were returning
from a cook-out sale being
held by the group at the
Sonesta Beach to raise funds
for their proposed Paris rip.
The Bahamas School of the
Theatre, which is directed by
Mrs. Shirley-Hall-Bass, had
been invited by the Paris
American Academy in a
concert on July 21 at the
Festival Eatival de Paris
programme at the Salle Pleyel
Theatre in Paris.


Sir Mil


opens


Caribbean


conference

By Qlas fi Rahming
THE COMMONWEALTH Parliamentary
Association gives strength and stability to the
Commonwealth and its members and it plays a-
great part in promoting understanding among
Commonwealth nations, Governor General Sir
Milo Butler declared today as he officially
opened the eleventh Caribbean Regional
Conference of the CPA in a short ceremony in
the Senate Chambers.
He added that the C.P,A. had come together
to exchange ideas and to increase
understanding of problems.
"I am happy to say that this Conference is
being held in a newly independent Bahamas
and I hope that closer links will be forged as a
result of this Conference and that the work
done by delegates will prove fruitful," the
Governor General said.
House Speaker Arlington Butler, president
of the Bahamas Branch and chairman of the
Conference said that the presence of so many
delegates to the conference tell of the "good
relationship that exists between the different
countries and the mutual desire to know one
another and to share views and expressions."
The Prime Minister, The Hon. Lynden
Pindling in his welcome address to delegates
and observers to the Conference said that
"Bahamians just love to welcome friends and
guests so I know that for all Bahamians it is a
matter of particular pride and pleasure that the
conference is being held in Nassau in July,
1974 during the celebrations of the first
anniversary of our independence."
Dressed in a mustard coloured suit with
yellow shirt and a dazzling green tie, the Prime
Minister said that one of the concepts of
parliamentary democracy is the equality of all
men regardless of race, colour, religion or
culture.
He said "one of the concepts of our
parliamentary association is the equality of all
nations regardless of size, population,
resources and wealth.
"Conferences of this kind," Mr. Pindling
concluded "provide the opportunity for better
understanding, comparative analysis and the
sharing of experiences all within the context of
parliamentary democracy and the rule of law."
Jamaica's Minister of Pensions, Mr. Winston
Jones said that the hospitality and kindness of


and burial will be in the
church cemetery.
It has been requested by
family members to send
donations to the Raulurly
Home and the Bahamas
School of the Theatres,
instead of sending flowers.
Nassau recorded its 14th
traffic fatality yesterday
afternoon when Lawrence
Wells, who was involved in a
traffic accident June 23, died
at the Princess Margaret
Hospital.
Reports stated that Mr.
Wells was driving car number
9116 along East Street south
when he collided with a truck
T5375.


Jamaica's Minister of Pensions Winston Jones
... We are Impressed
the Bahamian people av.c second to none in
regional countries.
"We as delegates to this Conference are
impressed with the courage of this present
administration to construct a just society
based upon the principles of God," the
Jamaican M. P. said. The country should be
"grateful for Sir Milo and Prime Minister
Pindling." he added.
Topics to be discussed at the Conference
during its week-long sessions in the Victoria
Room of the Sheraton British Colonial Hotel
today: "Extension of Territorial Waters and
Control thereof in the Caribbean and
Bermuda; Tuesday: The Executive and
Parliament and The Role of The Speaker in
Developing Countries, with particular
reference to Party Political Affiliations while
in office; Thursday: The International Drug
Problems and its implications; Friday;
Parliamentary Sovereignty and Multi-
Corporation; Saturday: The Development of
small Industry in the Region and the Winding
Up of the Conference Session.


FNM concerned.over 'unrest


THE OPPOSITION Free
National Movement has
expressed "serious concern
about the unrest" it said exists
in the Education Ministry.
The FNM said it was aware
of the "multiple problems"
causing the unrest, and called
on the government "to deal
with these problems intelli-
gently and decisively so that
the new school year, after the
long summer vacation, will
begin in an atmosphere of
goodwill on all sides, and
enthusiasm to meet the
challenges which lie ahead in
education."
The party said education
ought to be dedicated to "the
full drvtlopmet of the human
being and to the strengthening
of his belief in the fundamental


right of every other human
being to lead a dignified
existence within an atmosphere
of tolerance and understanding
regardless of race, colour.
creed, background or national
origin.
"One of the aggrataling
issues which prevents a
fulfilment of this ideal is the
question of remuneration,
salaries and pensions."
There was hardly any area in
either the public or private
sector in which salaries were
adequate in relation to the
"increased cost of living,
including taxes."
The FNM mid the teachers
faced another problem as well.
"As a professional group
they have always been


underpaid. The FNM believes
that as a matter of principle
there should be a definite
programme for the upgrading
of the teaching profession."
Because ui the low pay
many quahfied teachers had
abandoned their profession to
seek advancement in
administration. "Over the
years this drain has amounted
to an incalculable loss to the
cause of Bahamian education.
"This must be stopped, and
the only way it can be stopped
is to upgrade the teaching
profession in terms of its salary
scale so that educators will
have the same opportunities to
advance and to improve their
condition through achievement
in their own profession."


The group which included,
Eric, Gina, Stephanie and
Kathy was expected to leave
Nassau on July 11 and return
on July 25.
The remaining members
and the group will be leaving
for Paris following Eric's
funeral.
Eric Tai is survived by bis
parents, a sister Debra, three
brothers, Lynden, Hugh and
Gregory, a grand mother,
Mrs. Iris Miller and
Great-grand mother Mrs. Ida
Carbolho.
Funeral services will be
held for Eric on Sunday at 4
p.m. at St. Joseph's Church
Boyd and Farrington Roads,


Adderley puts


case at


sea law talks


-NEW PARTY-

ACCUSES

GOVERNMENT

OVER

RIGHTS
THE NEWLY-FORMED
People's Democratic Party
,today accused the
government of depriving
first the staff of Radio
Bahamas and now the
Bahamas Teachers Union ot
their constitutional rights by
not allowing them the right
of free association or
collective bargaining.
"There is no wonder that
the investor no longer has
faith in the promises and
smooth-spoken words of the
Prime Minister and his
government," PDP Leader
Alfred Butler said.
He pointed out that Radio
Bahamas employees were
denied the privilege of having
the Engineering General
Union as their bargaining
agent.
Last week the government
"arbitrarily and unilaterally"
decided to allow a $20 per
month for the teachers.
"This," declared the PDP
Leader, "is an unconsti-
tutional attempt to railroad
our faithful, teachers and
public servants into accepting
the government' unjust,
tyrannical and one-sided
decision."
Not only had the
government allegedly bridged
the Constitution. the PDP
claimed, but it had also
contravened the PLP's own
constitution which promises
"to secure for the workers of
the Bahamas the full fruits of
their labours and their legal
right of association and all
collective bargaining."
The PDP charged that "the
workers of this country have
been taken from one position
!to ;.another by this
government and each one
more hopeless that the one
before."
The party claimed that the
Emerald Beach Hotel
management had been
allowed by government "to
act as it saw fit and put 164
breadwinners out of work."
The PDP was the only
organization other than the
Hotel and Catering Workers
Union which was "sensitive
enough to speak out and act
on behalf of those
unfortunate workers," Mr.
Butler said.
The taxi drivers who had
played an important role in
the PLP's advance to power
in the Bahamas were still
reeling from the latest
"spiteful act" in the
arrangements made for the
Caribbean Health Ministers
conference, when self-drive
cars were used.
"We have produced the
facts to prove that this
present government never had
the ability to create
conditions wherein all in this
country might be able to
prosper," the PDP Leader
said.
It was the declared belief
of the PDP that a true
democracy, to survive and to
prosper must have a strong
dedicated, militant labour
movement, he continued.
"This PLP government has
an established record for
destroying the real strength
and unity of properly
organized labour," Mr. Butler
declared.


Two fined for


having drugs


DI-SMUNUD KAN1. a
28->ear-old Kingston. Jamaica
tildela~er. and law student
George Constantine Yamanis
were both fined following
separate convictions in the
lower court today on
possession of dangerous drugs
charges.
Both pleaded guilty to
charges which arose out of the
discovery by airport Customs
offl'ers of marijuana inside
their luggage upon their arrival
here Fiday and Saturday, last
week.
Customs officers contacted
police shortly after they found
that a black leatherette
over-night case which Grant
carried with him had about
2-pounds of marijuana
hidden under a false bottom,
Chief Insp. Okel Cartwright
said during this mornau'as


hearing.
Grant claimed that he
borrowed the bag from a friend
without being aware of what it
concealed
Magistrate Emmanuel
Osadebay fined him $1.000 or
12-months in jail for the
offence. Yemanis was fined
$100 after attorney
PcrryChristie pleaded on his
behalf.
A student at a Washington,
D.C university, he was found
with a band-aid canister
containing about K-ounce of
marijuana on Friday.
Mr. Christie told the cou0t
that the implications of the
offence could be fareachltg
for Yamanis in the future and
that his client had aot b ,'
breaking the law.
Bahamas.


EXTERNAL Affairs
Minister Paul Adderley today
put the Bahamas archipelago
case to the Law of the Sea
conference in Venezuela,
emphasizing that while this
country was prepared to be
moderate it had an obligation
to protect the national interest.
'The maritime nations
whose ships transit the
waterways of the Bahamas will
recognize that a country
dependent on the attractions
of clear water and clean sands
cannot 'sk the grounding of
tankers or the discharge of
pollutants within or without
archipelagic waters," Mr.
Adderley said.
Neither could the security of
the Bahamas be absolutely
exposed to the unfettered use
of straits. "Neither ought we to
be expected to bear the costs
of maintaining the lighthouses
which make our passages
safe or international shipping,"
he continued.
Mr. Adderley told delegates
that the United Kingdom
Imperial Lighthouse Service
had by virtue of it maritime
position, a way to levy charges
to offest these costs, "but we
need to have the
sanction of international
agreement to be able to impose
such similar charges to
maintain these services for the
use and benefit of the
international community."
Mr. Adderley said the entire
area of land and sea over which
the Bahamas claims jurisdiction
is approximately 100,000
square miles approximately 94
percent of which is sea.
,"From our extremities in
the north-west to our
extremities in the south-c.st,
the islands and cays span 760
miles and the length and
interrelation of each island to
its neighbour form an intrinsic
geographical entity to
constitute an almost perfect
archipelago."
By whatever "reasonable
method" which might be used
to close the Bahamian
archipelago by straight
base lines, the outermost
extremities of Bahamian land
extended to within 50 miles of
North America, within 20
miles of Cuba and within 60
miles of Haiti, he added.
Mr. Adderley noted that the
Bahamas was without known
land-based mineral resources,
but considered its sands and
seas no less important to the
country than oil was to others.
'These provide the physical
environment for our resort
industry which is the base
upon which the economic life
of the Bahamas survives," he
said.
the Bahamas was therefore
conscious of the absolute
necessity for international
agreement on matters of
jurisdiction within the
archipelago, the boundaries of
the territorial sea, the limits of
economic exploitation, the
limits and extent of the control
of pollution, and the rights of
.passage, all of which would
affect the use of the sea lanes
through the archipelago.
Mr. Adderley observed that
the Geneva Conventions on the
Law of the Sea have shelved
the question of archipelagos


OPEN HOUSE
THE photograph of the
Open House held at the
Bahamas Adult Study Centri
published in Friday night'
Tribune was that taken at the
April Open House and was
printed In error. Ths
forthcoming Open Hous at
the Centre will be h#tl
Wednesday, July 24 fom 7.39
to 9.30 p.m0. FUPl detail will r
announMd shortly. .


LUCAS C.A.V. GIRLWN
BAT2 iU
& other ORMUNAL 9AM


DOWDESWELL ST. f_ .moR '
.......


although it 'had a fruitful
reception at the Hague
Codification Conference in
1930.
The case of the Bahamas,
which was then a dependency,
was therefore not covered by
the Geneva Conventions, along
with a number of similar cases,
he said.
Continued the Minister:
"The special problem of
archipelagos, which perhaps
distinguishes them from other
states, is that the sealanes
which thread them have some
of the characteristic of
international straits through
which rights of transit exist."
It was unfortunate however
that in the drafting of the
Geneva Convention, the
question of straits was treated
only in an ancillary context,
Mr. Adderley said.
Under the convention,
straits were the exception to
the right of the coastal state to
suspend passage in the
territorial sea in times of
emergency.
'This suggests that the right
of passage in straits is
contingent upon their waters
being territorial waters and
upon the passage being
"innocent," Mr. Adderley said.
It was certainly true that the
passage of ships through straits
must not be conducted in a
way prejudicial to the security
of the coastal state, but the
notion of innocent passage
through the territorial sea goes
further than this, and allows
for the exercise of jurisdiction
over passing ships which has
never been traditionally
asserted in he case of straits,
he added.
-According to the Minister
this suggested that there was at
ambiguity in the existing text
on straits, which would have to
be cleared up at the
conference.
On the matter of exploi-
tation of the seabed beyond
the continental shelf,
Mr. Adderley said the Bahamas
was ready to give its support to
the principles of the common
heritage that the extent of
the area of national jurisdiction
in the seabed is coincidental
with the extent of the natural
prolongation of the land, that
is with the continental margin.
But the determination of the
limits of the continental
margin was not easy and only
became possible as a result of
exploration activity, Mr.
Addprley said.
Such activity however
needed to be regulated by law.

WHIST WINNER
KEITH Albury and partner
Bruce "Dick-Brown" Russell
won the weekly series of the
St. Francis Xavier's Whist
Tournament on Tuesday
evening, scoring 55 points. The
runner-ups were Walkes &
Roberts and Minnis & Walkine
both with 47 points.
The weekly series will
continue on Tuesday evening
at 8:30 p.m. in St. Benedict's
Hall, Priory Grounds, West
Street.
KIWANIS SPEAKER
DEPUTY PRIME Minister
Arthur Hanna is to be the guest
speaker at the weekly meeting
of the Kiwanis of Ft. Montagu
to be held 7 p.m. tomorrow in
the Polaris Room of the
Holiday Inn.


She























A NEW
KING

STEPS IN
ATLANTA "Another
King's coming on the scene," a
jubilant Dr. Martin Luther
King rs. promised the
congregation of Ebenezer
Baptist Church Sunday.
"Brother Derek's going to
preach here tonight."
Derek Barber King, 20, a
ministerial student who helped
subdue the man who shot his
grandmother Sunday, June 30,
as she played the organ, was
the fourth generation of his
family to preach in the famed
church.
Young King is the son of the
late Rev. A. D. King, who
drowned in 1969, and is a
nephew of the Rev. Martin
Luther King jr., civil rights
leader who was slain in 1968.
Grey-haired "Daddy King,"
74, clad in a black robe, who
usually delivers the regular
sermon, told the overflowing
congregation:
"I feel a little ..." and his
words faltered. He shut his
eyes and waved one arm in
circles as if to.indicate he was
lizzy." (AP)


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The monster that moves a mile every 10 lhrs


Canadians vote in


50-50
TORONTO Canadian
voters went to the polls today
with Prime Minister Pierre
Trudeau predicting another
victory for his Liberals and
challenger Robert Stanfield
saying the tide was turning
toward his Conservatives.
The Liberals have come
out on top in every poll,
including the latest Gallup
survey released Saturday, but
the Conservatives traditionally
pick up steam at the last
minute and political observers
say the outcome is still
anybody's guess.
Despite the potential of a
cliffhanger, it's hard to find
any excitement among
Canadian voters. The frenzied
"Trudeaumania" that swept


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election


the swinging bachelor Prime
Minister to power in 1968
dried up long ago.
Most Canadians are bored by
the old familiar faces and don't
feel any politician can cope
with Canada's 10.9 per cent
inflation the only prominent
issue in the campaign.
Trudeau said price controls
didn't work in Britain or the
United States and won't work
in Canada.
Stanfied has proposed a
90-day wage and price freeze


followed by 18 months of
flexible controls.
Polls and politicians agree
that the new government will
be a minority government just
like the old one that collapsed
in May. But whether
Stanfield's Conservatives will
finally succeed in toppling
Trudeau's Liberals remains to
be seen.
It's the third time around
for Trudeau and Stanfield and
many political pros are saying
it's the last round for the loser.


Kissinger in


oil cash talks


LONDON U.S. Secretary
of State Henry Kissinger met
with British officials today on
prospects for channeling Arab
oil money into long-term
investments in western Europe.
The high cost of petroleum
and raw materials has
contributed to an economic
instability common to many of
the allies.
U.S. officials said the
tentative objective of
Kissinger's talks with Denis
Healey, Chancellor of the
Exchequer, and Foreign
Secretary James Callaghan was
a cooperative arrangement to
offer attractive investment
opportunities to the Arab
states.
West German Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt broached the
subject in discussions with


Kissinger last weekend in
Munich.
Schmidt told newsmen that
Europe's economic problems
are of greater priority than
stalemated East-West negotia-
tion on troop reductions and
security measures.
The Arab oil states have
been investing some of their
enormous returns in European
short-term bank accounts. In
seeking the stability of
long-term investments the
Europeans hope to moderate
the current wave of inflation.
The U.S. officials said a joint
approach would supplement
bilateral deals such as the one
in which the United States has
undertaken to provide
technological assistance to
Saudi Arabia. (AP)


This giant mechanical
excavator has been working
at an English ironstone
quarry for 20 years. Now it
has begun the longest walk in
the world for a machine of its
size.
It weights 1,675 tons with
a 282 feet jib and a bucket
which can take 32 tons of
earth in one bite. It is to
travel 13 miles across country
from the present site in the
Midlands to quarries near the.
steel town of Corby.
The machine walks on two
feet each 48 feet long and
will do the journey at one
mile every 10 hours.
During the journey
electricity power lines will be
taken down, rivers dammed,
railway lines removed and
roads blocked to normal
traffic.
The machine will draw its
power from a cable linking it
to a sub-station and will use
approximately $4,800 worth
of electricity.
The operation is expected
to last for eight weeks
including a three-week halt to
move its electricity cable
from one sub-station to
another.


TEL AVIV- Israel needs
newer American fighter planes
to counter the effect of
high-performance Soviet-made
Mig23s now in the Syrian air
force, the head of the Israel Air
Force said Sunday.
Maj. Gen. Binyamin Peled
said Syria is the only country
other than the Soviet Union
that has in its air force the
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Units of the Soviet air force
fly the Mig23 for the countries
of the Eastern Europe Soviet
bloc, he said.
"I wouldn't state that we
have begun to be inferior just
because the floggers have
arrived," Peled told newsmen
in a news conference on Israel
air force day.
"We still think the gap of
aircraft plus pilot is sufficient
to counter this threat -- but we
want more." (AP)


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CANBERRA The
governments of Australia and
New Zealand believe the
French exploded another
nuclear device today at their
South Pacific test site, Prime
Ministers Gough Whitlam of
Australia and Norman Kirk of
New Zealand announced.
Whitlam today reiterated
Australia's opposition to the
tests, which it claims produce
radioactive fallout over
Australian territory. The
French contend that the
explosions, while set off in the
atmosphere, cause no harmful
effects to other areas.
France reportedly has set off
54 explosions in the
atmosphere since its first test
in the Sahara on Feb. 13,
1960.
The French Government in
announcing this year's test
series said it would be the last
in the atmosphere, that a site
for underground testing is now
being prepared in French
Polynesia.
The French Defence
Ministry today declined to
make any comment
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justices Harry Blackmun and
Lewis Powell jr.; three who
consistently form a liberal bloc
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Justices William Douglas,
Thurgood Marshall and William
Brennan jr.; and two whose
votes are less predictable,
Justices Potter Stewart and
Byron White.
.ne ninth justice, Nixon
appointee William Rchnquist,
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LEON E. H. DUPUCH.ha, PabIr/ZdIr 1903 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., KC.S.G., D.Ltt., LL.D.
Publaber/lEdior 1917.1972
Controbuiatr EtOr 1972
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON.M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Pabl er/lEdor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Monday, July 8, 1974.


EDITORIAL


Christian society threaten

By ETIENNE DUPUCH
Kyota, Japan, May 14 In two previous articles I have
written around the hard facts of a subject I am trying to get
across to your minds in the hope that you may have a clearer
understanding of events we see all around us in the world and the
possibilities of the future as the changing pattern becomes daily
clearer

At the turn of the century Britain sat astride the world as the
heart and core of the greatest Empire in recorded history.
Britain had been the home of the Industrial Revolution.
German manufacture was slowly but surely pushing British
goods out of the world's markets. As a result Britain's actual
trade balance had gone in the red: that is, the actual returns from
her exports had lost ground to Germany.
Britain still retained her place as the centre of the world's
money market because of revenue derived from what is known in
Economics as "invisible exports".
Bahamian people should understand the meaning of "invisible
exports" as the tourist business is a form of indirect income th:.'
belongs to this category of trade.
We don't actually export sun and sea and sand but we
nevertheless draw our greatest amount of "trade" from this
invisible form of asset. It brings money into the country and any
form of enterprise that brings money into a country is considered
a form of export in calculating what is known as the "balance of
payments" which is determined on the simple fact as to whether
more money homess into a country than goes out.
Britain was deriving a large income from foreign investments
accumulated dunng the years when the nation had pioneered in
the Industrial Revolution.
The extent of this situation was not fully realized until the
second world war when Britain was obliged to sell all her foreign
assets in order to get hard currency with which to buy materials
for the prosecution of the war.
It was only then that the world understood how deeply Britain
was involved in Central and South America where it was revealed
that she had vast holdings.
I saw the effects of the British influence in that area during my
first visit to South America m 1951. Britain gave South America
cricket and association football. Today the world champion
Soccer teams are all to be found in South America.
* 0 * * *
It was because I understood this situation that I organized the
War Materials Committee in the second world war. This
committee made large shipments of food, metals and other
essential materials to Britain as a gift from the Bahamian people.
During this war material was far more vital to Britain than
money.
This is why the work of this cc-w.ittec won such high
recognition with the Ministry of Food and the Ministry of
Supplies in London and, probably for the first time in the history
of the Colonial Empire, my committee was dealing with the War
Cabinet and the Lords Admiral in London over the head of the
governor of the colony. Ordinarily all communications with the
government in London had to be channelled through the
governor but this procedure was set aside by the emergency of a
war in which Britain was fighting for survival.

Had the Kaiser been satisfied with building a dominant place
for the nation in the markets of the world it would have been
only a matter of time when Germany would have challenged
Britain by peaceful means as the world's greatest power. But, as I
have pointed out, there was no glory in trade for a nation
dominated by the Prussian mentality.
And so the world was plunged into a war that led to the defeat
of Germany. But, in the process, it overthrew the Romanoff
dynasty in Russia at a time when the Czar was considering long
overdue reforms for his oppressed people. The Czar's plans were
slowed down by powerful reactionary elements in his Court and
when he finally tried to take action it came too late.
This gave the world the Communist terror we see all around us
today.
*** ******


The first world war was supposed to produce a united Arab
nation in the Middle East. Lawrence of Arabia had made this
promise to the Arab nations in exchange for the part they played
in helping the British under Field Marshal Allenby to drive the
Turks out of the Holy Land.
But the Arabs were so divided among themselves that they
broke up into warring factions with the result that the way was
opened for the Jews to establish a state in Israel, a condition that
has led to conflicts between Arabs and Jews that have taken the
world to the brink of a third world war on more than one
occasion.
This was bad enough but, in the meantime, under the constant
pressure of wars and rumours of wars, the major nations have
produced weapons of death that now threaten total destruction
for the human family.
It is felt that some means must be found to outlaw war in
the same way that duelling was outlawed in the last century when
it was realized that this medhod of settling trifling matters of
individual honour was destroying the youth in the ruling classes
of the nations.

And this is where Cuba's Castro and the small oil producing
Arab states of the Middle East enter the picture.
Tiny Cuba has been able to exercise an extraordinary measure
of power in the world because of the rivalry that exists between
Russia and the U.S.
Castro is able to do outrageous things he would not have dared
to attempt not many years ago because he has the backing of
Russia and America is afraid to push too far because of fear of
plunpnn the world into a third global conflict. This is why I have
always maintained that MacArthur was riht in pressing for an
American victory In Korea, even at the tia of provotit a third
world war which America could have handled at that time with
the aid of Britain.


EDITOR, The Tribune,
It is reported that there are
certain government officials
here in Abaco who are
attempting to collect money
for the Independence Day
celebration by threats.
It is further reported that in
several cases elderly people
were told that if they did not
donate Mr. Pindling would be
told and they would have their
old-age pension cut off.


On at least one occasion
Americans were approached
for money and told that if they
gave money for the celebration
they would be looked upon
favourably by the government.

We want to make it plain to
any citizen of Abaco that they
should stand up for their
rights, especially now. Whether
they do or don't we are all


Today Britain has faded into the background and any major
conflict between the U.S. and Russia in which atomic weapons
were employed, would mean total destruction of both nations ...
perhaps of the whole human family.
e**eeets
And now this condition has gone one step further with the
situation created by the fuel crisis precipitated by the oil
producing nations of the Middle East where Soviet-U.S. rivalry
again comes into conflict. America genuinelv wants near hilt
Russian policy is to encourage any situation that might upset the
U.S. and the industrial nations of Europe.
These tiny Arab states have created a situation that they would
not have dared to attempt not many years ago.
The result is that they are bankrupting some of the major
industrial nations of the world, including even Japan which is
totally dependent on foreign sources for her fuel supplies and
other raw materials as well.
Today these small states have so much money that they don't
know what to do with it. Already they are using their money as a
lever to exercise political influence in countries where banks now
depend on their deposits to maintain a sound level of business.
e**eee*e*
In a previous article I told you how the Chinese are buying up
industries in the rapidly expanding city of Vancouver in British
Columbia and the Japanese are buying up industries in the
Hawaiian Islands.
The Russians are firmly entrenched in Cuba and are in a
position to expand in this area. should they ever feel the need to
make a move in this direction.
People in Nassau have been lulled to sleep by the inaction of
members of leftist organizations during the last two years.
Don't make the mistake of feeling that far leftist organizations
are dead. This type of organization doesn't die easily It goes
underground.
Stop and think a minute ... have you any idea where some of
the most radical men in the island may have been during this lime
... where they may be even at the present time?
Should they surface again it will all happen suddenly and
they wil come with power behind them.
The Chinese are certainly firmly established in Guyana,
formerly British Guiana on the South American mainland.
A news report out of Lourenzo Marques. today reveals that
Russia has armed African rebels in Portuguese Mozambique.
And if you wonder why the U.S. is finding it difficult to
negotiate an arms agreement with Russia, read the news despatch
out of Washington, published in another column, on new
advancements made in armaments by the Russians.
When the Arab states reach the point of development where
they start using their money to infiltrate world industry they will
be in a position where they may be able to dominate world Iradti
It now seems that not armies or navies will be the delci mining
factor in the world in the coming years but the power of trade
exercised by the control of essential supplies and of the world's
money markets.

What I am now going to say is a rash thought to entertain. It
may be considered reckless to put it in print but I see in the
condition developing in the world today the possibility that the
white man the Ayran races may be on the way out. A new
power complex is taking shape to fill its place.
**********


Down through the centuries a destructive rivalry has existed
between the European peoples after power shifted from the East
to the West.
During this time the seat of power has shifted from place to
place between the European peoples. And now the white man in
the U.S. and the white man in Russia ... separated by many
thousands of miles of ocean ... face each other in a critical
struggle for power with weapons capable of destroying each other
in a push button war.
Watching on the sidelines are new emerging power blocs all
non-Christian who will fill the vacuum left by the destruction
of our Christian civilization.

The tiny Bahamas is right in the middle of it all. It is so
strategically placed that it could become a helpless pawn in the
big ball game.
I can't suggest where the black man may end up in this grand
reshuffle of power on the human stage. But it is certain that he
has not yet advanced to the stage where there is any possibility of
him emerging in a commanding position.
Whatever may have happened to black people in the past
should now be forgotten and the one fact should be clearly
recognized.
In a Christian society the black man has found freedom
without having to shed his blood to achieve this high goal. There
is every reason to believe that it is in a Christian society that the
black man might find his fullest development ... and that, at some
time down the far stretches of time, Africa may develop a
commanding place on the world stage.
If the Christian society, as we know it today, were destroyed it
is certain to be replaced by anti-Christian Communism,
Buddhlsm, Mohammedanism, Hinduism or some other form of
belief or non-belief that does not accept the humanities that
are the foundation of the Christian faith.
The black man knows his possibilities in a Christian society.
And it now looks good. He also knows what to expect from
Communism. Black students who went to Moscow found that
out. The black man doesn't know what he might expect from a
world power dominated by the philosophy of any of the Eastern
religions.
I have often said in this column that I love the Oriental people.
I think they are charming. But, lest we forget, in the second
world war the Japanese demonstrated that behind their smiling
exterior is a harsh, cruel and intolerant man.
How much tolerance would any of these races have for the
black man, should the time come that his destiny rested in their
hands?
All I can say is that it is a great gamble and one day our
people, who are playing the kind of game that serves the purposes
of dangerous elements in the world today, may wake up to the
sad fact that perhaps they have taken the wrong fork in the road
But by that time it will be too had, too sad, too late!!
*ee*eee**
FOOTNOTE TO HISTORY: This week I will continue my
travel articles but somewhere in between I must tell you about a
pipe dream that didn't come true.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Alat! 'tis now too late. -- SIR GEORGE ETHERIDGE.


equally guilty in the eyes of
Mr. Pindling, who does not
know one from another.
It would appear that it will
not be too long before the
government 'has to stop giving
out the old-age pensions, as
from what one hears they are
broke.
Abaco intends to be free of
the PLP government as soon as
possible and when that day
comes we will know our
friends.
A CONCERNED CITIZEN
OF ABACO.


Exchange

'garbage'

EDITOR. The Tribune,


I would be most grateful if
you would allow me a few
lines to bring some attention
to the very bad conditions at
our produce exchanges.
I am a true-born Bahamian
and I would very much like
to help our local farmers as
much as I can. But I am
disgusted with the small
quantities of garbage which is
sometimes mixed with a little
bit of good produce that our
Government tries to sell to
our people
The Minister of
Agriculture. Mr. Roberts, is
supposed to be a good man:
but this is his second chance
with Agriculture and he has
not done a damn thing to
improve the situation at the
Exchanges.
These are modern times
and so things should be done
in a modern way. We need
much more fresh produce.
And. this produce must be
fixed up right -- in the
modem way.

HAROLD P DAMES
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Stay Alve Longer!


Let Food Be the Medicine


STo Halt Dangerous Tensions

By LELORD KORDEL
Number Eight of a Series


John S., a young man still n
his thirties, admitted reluct-
antly that his high blood pres-
sure was psychosomatically
induced.
In managing his father-in-
law's store, he was under great
pressure-to produce profits
S and to cope with the problems
S f an independent store in an
a of big store chain.
I "r willing he sid, "to do
Anything that's humanly pos-
sible to get back my health and
S peace of mind."
I eyed his bulging waistline.
"You wouldn't have those spare
S tires around your middle if
you'd been eating a high-pro-
tein diet and exercising."
"But I don't have time to exer-
cise," he protested.
"That'sno excuse," I told him.
"You can certainly get in some
walking, if only to and from
work. You'll have to do a little
moderate exercise and cut out
the fats and starches if you really
want to get rid of your high
blood pressure. Nobody else
can do it for you. It's entirely up
to you."
Do YOU want to prolong
your life? Your mental and phy-
sical vigor, your virility, your
zest for living and sense of ad-
venture? You can do it! Why
should you have to grow old
prematurely, become broken-
down, sick, and defeated? That


isn't the life you visualized for
yourself. What can you do
about it?
Start A Planned Diet
"A planned dietl" Many will
protest. "What do I know about
planning a diet?" You don't
have to plan. It'sall been done
for you. Your planned diet
should keep these points upper-
most:
1. High-grade proteins in a-
bundance. You'll never have to
worry about getting hungry if
you eat plenty ot foods rich in
high-grade proteins.
You like meat, don't you?
Then eat as much as you like of
lean meat, poultry, game, liver,
kidney, heart, sweetbreads and
fresh fish (boiled, baked or
broiled), poached or boiled
eggs, vegetables (without salt or
fatty seasoning), salads (with-
out fatty salad dressings), and
fresh or frozen fruits.
2. Minerals without fail. Get
them from foods you eat, of
course, but don't count on that
100 percent. Get extra amounts
of minerals from supplemen-
tary sources as a sort of mineral
insurance.
Minerals regulate everything
in your body, from eyesight to
sex. Yet, they are perhaps the
most neglected, haphazardly
obtained nutrients in our diet.


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Just remember that your
sexual organs demand liberal
supplies of lecithin to manu-
facture normal quantities of
youth-preserving hormones.
Your nervous system needs
lecithin to aid in generating
nerve electricity.
Your brain needs lots of leci-
thin to protect you against men-
tal illness.
All right. The case rests. Can
you doubt any longer the im-
portance of a high-protein diet,
ample vitamins, minerals, and
lecithin?
What About Resentments?
What can be done about your
tensions? You can't go through
life telling everybody off unless
you want to lose friends and
alienate people. Yet you need to
get rid of those old hates and
fears, the stored-up resent-
ments and bottled-up emo-


tions.
The trick is to put your emo-
tions to work. Harness them and
wear them out with physical ac-
tivity. Find a better way of do-
ing your job. Talk things out
with your wife or an under-
standing friend. Look up some
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require homering.
Read a mystery at b-time
for diversion and relaxation. But
first, take a walk, breathing
in the freshair deeplyandrhyth-
mically. You'll feel your ten-
sions silently stealing away.
Dr. Paul Dudley White, the
heart specialist, recommends
walking, golfing, and other
moderate exercise. He says that
the circulation of the blood is
definitely improved by exer-
cise, no matter how mild.
Win Life's Battle
"Well, John," I said "this is a
lifetime battle you're fighting.
What are you going to do to win
it?"
"Just what you've told me,"
said John with determination.
"A high-protein diet, minerals
and vitamins, lecithin, mild
exercise, and a new outlook on
life.
"And something else I've
learned," John continued," that
life really is for living-isn't it?"
Condensed Irom the book ,"tav Altver lntre'
by Lrlord Kordel. All nrht rei-erved.
Ditributed by Spcialty Feahmpns Syndicate.
Next: You gotta have heart!
Unfortunately, this is the age of
the coronary disease epi-
demic-but we needn't fall vic-
tim to it if we follow the road
away from the disease. Your
heart is in your hands, Lelord
Kordel makes clear.


ENVOY QUITS
BRIDGETOWN The
United States Ambassador to
Barbados, one of the highest
ranking women in the U.S.
Foreign Service has
announced she is resigning her
post and leaving the island.
The Ambassador Eileeni
Donavan has served two
tours as U.S. envoy to the
island, the first '"fore its
independence in 1966 ,iud the
present one which s --:d in


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'MISS BAHAMAS' PAGEANT SEPT 1


Lvely ladies throughout the
Co imo nwealth of The
Bahmnas pguss what? It's
time-to start preparing for the
annual Miss Bahamas Beauty
Pageant.
The big da> is September I
at L4 Cabaret Theatre. Paradise
Isla&I and the Bahamas Beauty
Pageant Committee, sponsors
of the national event would
like to see all of you lovely
ladies take part.
What are the advantages,
you.may ask. Well, above all
you., gain a wealth of


experience, apart from winning
many lovely prizes, trips and
an opportunity, if you are the
lucky winner to represent the
Bahamas at home and abroad.
Ask the reigning queen,
Agatha Watson and she will tell
you that it has been one of the
most enjoyable and fulfilling
years in her life.
Right now she's in Manilla,
.Phillipines taking part in the
Miss Universe Beauty Pageant.
There she will meet many
beautiful queens from all over


the world. and form lasting
friendhsips.
Prior to her departure, she
toured Europe for two weeks.
one of the many prizes she
won for capturing the coveted
title, and she will be travelling
to Montreal shortly after her
return from Manilla.
The first runner-up, Miss
Marjorie Nairn will be taking
part in a beauty contest in
Santa Domingo later this
month. She will be chaperoned
by Mrs. Vera Cartwright. a
member df the Bahamas


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English, French and Spanish.
Director of the Study-Cycle is
Mr. Georges Miquel, director of
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Due to the recent fire we regret. that our
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We are temporarily operating froin the ground
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and sincerely regret any inconvenience to our
clients.


Three weeks in Italy

to study tourism


TWO Ministry ofTourism executives will be attending the International Union of Official Travel
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5-24.
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The cost of living index for New Providence showed a
1.07 percent increase from 119.8 in March to 121.1 in
April, according to figures released by the Department of
Statistics.
Ihe groups that advanced significantly in April were
Other Goods and Ser ices 3.15 percent. Transport 1.41
percent and F:ootweati 1.3S percent. tHealth and Personal
Care increased by 1.22 percent, Food by 0.88 percent and
Housing by O.u2 percent.
Recreation and Reading showed a decrease of 0.85
percent. The All Items Index stood at 121.1 in April,
showing an increase of 13.18 percent over April 1973's,
which was 107.0.
The Food index rose by 1 1 points or 0.88 percent from
125.5 in March to 1 26.6 in \pril Items recording the major
price changes were: sugai 0 12: seasonal vegetable basket
0.11 and cooked foods 0.06.
The Housing index stood at 113.7 in April, an increase of
0.7 points or 0 62 percent over last month's index. The
increased costs of kerosene, unfurnished rentals and
washing up liquids contributed to this rise increases of 0.06,
0.04 and 0.02 of a point.
The Clothing and lFottwear index rose by 1.7 points to
125.2 in April froni 123.5 in Marich. Women's clothing,
men's footwear and boys' clothing contributed 0.12, 0.03
and 0.02 of a point to the increase. A drop of 0.02 of a
point was recorded in men's clothing.
The Transport iide rose by 1.7 points or 1.41 percent
to 122.6 in April troin 120 in March. Increased costs in
taxi fares which rose by 0 08 of a point, led the increase.
The Health and Personal ('are group recorded an increase
of 1.4 points or 1.22 percent front 1 14.8 in March to 116.2
in April Increases in dental tees over the last quarter, and
increased charges tor jewelry repairs, contributed 0.05 and
0.03 of a point to the rise.
The Recreation and Reading Index stood at 117.3 in
April, a decline of 1.0 point from March's figure which was
118.3. Reduced prices o f rinks in certain bars resulted in a
0.04 of a point decrease to this group's index.
The Other Goods and services index rose by 3.7 points or
3.15 percent to 121.3 in April from 117.6 in March. Items
significant to this increase were laundry and dry cleaning,
life insurance-adult, and cigarettes, which rose by 0.19,
0.08 and 0.07 of a point respectively.


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Sblomon Bros

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As part of its contimui programme of dherslfication,
Solomon Brothers Ltd. has announced its acquisition of Wee Care


Ltd.
Disclosure of the purchase
was made by Mr. Roy M.
Solomon, managing director of
the 66-year-old firm.
Located next door to the
Madeira Street branch of the
Bank of Nova Scotia, Wee Care
caters to the clothing needs of
youngsters from birth to age
seven. The business was opened
three years ago by Harold
Wilkinson and family from
whom the purchase was
concluded by Solomon
Brothers on Thursday, July 4.
Manager of the store is Mrs.
Anne Higgs, eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson.
"We intend to expand the
Wee Care operation consider-
ably, Mr. Solomon stated,
"and our initial planning
includes opening branches of
the main store in New
Providence and Freeport. This
move to further diversify the
retail interests of Solomon
Brothers serves to underline
our continuing faith in the
Government of our
Commonwealth. We are
satisfied that marketing
conditions here are on an
upward trend, and we intend
to participate fully in that
growth."
Mrs. Higgs will remain as
manager of the overall
operation of Wee Care, the
present and future stores of
which will carry inventories
designed to appeal to boys and
girls up to the age of 14.
Mr. Solomon revealed that
Solornon Brothers' projected
$500,000 expansion pro-
gramme will include, in
part, the opening of a new
branch in New Providence of
The Pipe of Peace, the
company's principal retail
operation.
Solomon Brofters, which
also operates, a substantial
wholesale business occupies
offices and warehouse
buildings in Chesapeake Road.
Chairman of the Board of
Directors of the company is
the Hon. Donald M. Fleming,
P.C., Q.C., and other directors


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and officers include Fane
Solomon, president, Roy
Soloman vicerresdent


NOna
NOTICE is hereby given that LILLIAN LUCY DAVIES of
Governor's Harbour Eleuthera Is applykng to the MktisM
responsible for Nationality and Citizenslhp, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should smd a written and signed statement of the facts
within twentyeight days from the 8th day of July 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship
Ministry of Home Affairs, P.O. BOx N-3002, Nassau.


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OFFICIAL OPENING AND


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Starts Today Through July 13th.


For EACH Purchase of 85.00 Gas you will receive
3 cans of PEPSI or JUMBEY PUNCH Balloons & Pencils
for the children

For every full up, you will receive Two Forks,
Two Knives and two Spoons and many extras
for the children.

As an Extra Special for this month only
Grease Oil and Filter Changed $11.99 and with that
FREE Wash and Vacuum cleaning.

For the remainder of the Month

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rTRIBUE ... Monday, July 8 104.


RETURN BY
POPULAR DEMAND


Students are shown uing their new research tool -. the Learning Resource Unit. In tl
Librarian Mrs. Threlfall. The new unit will be fully operational for the upcoming Septem
according to a school official. __


LAST DAY TUESDAY
Matinee 2:30 & 4:50, Evening 9:00 'Phone 2-1004, 2-100'

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RESERVATIONS NOT CLAIMED BY 8:45 WILL BE SOLD.


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Last Day Tuesday
Matinee Starts at 2:15
Evening 8:30
"POLICE WOMEN" R.
Sondra Currie, Tony Young
PLUS
"THUNDERFIST" PG.
Steve Yu, Alex Wung
PLUS Late Feature
Tuesday night.
No one under 18 admitted.


Last Day Tuesday
Continuous Showings
from 3:00
"SHANGHAI LIL" PG.
Sue Sue, Chin Han

PLUS
"THAT MAN BOLT" PG.
Fred Williamson,
Teresa Graves


LAST DAY TUESDAY
Matinee Continuous from 2:00, Evening 8:30
-'Phone 3-4666


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See 2 features late as 10:05
* NOW THRU THURS. *
"MOSES" 8:30 & 11:50
"Heartbreak Kid" 10:05 only
ISAAC HYES

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RESTAURANT
TEMPORARILY CLOSED


I II
U.S. Navy
given July
party
Officers and creN
visiting American (
USS Joseph Hew
hosted at a 4th of J
by the Paradise
Holiday Inn.
Also in attend
various Bahamas Go
dignitaries and
Ambassador. Mr. F
Spiers.
At the party, th
Innkeeper,
Krollpffeifer, crew
guests were treat
Bahamian buffet d
show.
Pictured from
Oris Russell,
Secretary, Mini
External. Affairs;
Atkinson, Director
of Tourism; C
Thomas B. Bue
Ambassador Spiers
Koen, Direc
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iday Inns Inc.
Bahamas Tour
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A new research tool is expected to be available to Queens
College students next term: a "Learning Resource Unit" (LRU).


Students and staff at the
school, or parents in need of
current information, are
invited to use the new unit,
scheduled to open with the
school in September, says Mr.
Roger Kelty, vice-principal at
QC and in overall charge of the
unit.
The LRU collects,
catalogues and files "materials
e rear such as pamphlets, posters,
he rear is newspaper cuttings which
ber term, are packed with information,
S but usually thrown away,"
explains Mr. Kelty, who has
Staff who have established
similar programmes in the U.K.
The basic tools of the LRU
are all colour-keyed, "to make
it easy for a child to find
materials he wants and teach
basic research skills," explains
Mr. Kelty.
Xerox (Bahamas) Ltd., is
providing the technical
materials and much of the
equipment needed by the
programme. "It is part of our
continuing programme of aid
to education," says Kenneth G.
S. Palmer, general manager for
Xerox in the Bahamas.
menl He has ordered a cabinet to
hold the colour-coded cards for
( 4 the programme a wall display
unit for the basic list of
subjects contained in the
w of the resource centre, colour-coded
destroyer, cards, and the master cards for
es, were the system, the Optical
s, coincidence e Card Index known
uly pany as OCCI or 'Peak-a-Boo'.
Xerox, says Mr. Palmer, has
offered to provide repro-
nce were
ne ductions of the master list
vernm Un and materials, photocopies on
lhe U.S. Xerox copiers, to any school or
Ronald I. library facility in the Bahamas.
as well.
he idea of Colour-coded file cards for
cross reference will be
'men and reproduced with a special
ted to a Xerox template, A thesaurus of
inner and 400 topics will be initially
left: Mr. indexed.
Permanent The project already is
istry of underway in the reference
Mr. Basil section of the Queens College
r. Ministry Library. "We are currently
commander filing and coding such material
ll. USN; as United Nations handouts on
; Mr. Larry World Population Year and
tor of pollution studies, as well as
ations/Hol-. material from Barclays Bankl
and the British High
'ist News Commission. We are seeking
y Howard any current materials on
virtually any an topic," explains
Mrs. Mary Threlfall, librarian.


How does the system work?
"A child may come in looking
for material for a report on
sports in Kenya. We will show
him the master list, to see if we
have any general material on
either subject, sports or Kenya.
Then he will look at the master
cards on our light table, this
will tell him if we have material
on his specific topic. If so, he
will go to our coded index
cards, where he will learn that
we have pamphlets (if the card
has a blue edge), or tapes (if it
is green), and just what number
it is filed under the tapes or
pamphlets sections of the
resource unit."
Actually, the LRU is a
simple "information retrieval
system, and information
retrieval is what Xerox is all
about." says Mr. Palmer.
Science Research Associates
(Canada) Ltd. have generously
given to QC much-needed
reading programmes which will
be available in the Centre.
Persons with material to
contribute or in need of
information are urged to
contact the unit at Queens
College.
Mr. W. H. Middleton,
principal at QC, says of the
Learning Centre: "It is a means
of assisting students in finding
information for themselves in


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information on varied topics
which may otherwise take
considerable time."


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C15947
OUT WEST half block from
Sandy Beach. Executive home
- excellent location. Walking
distance to Golf Course tray
ceiling, open fireplace four
bedrooms 2 baths, plus maids
quarters PLUS two
self-contained, fully equipped
apartments separate from
house. Easily maintained
garden. Rights to SANDY
beach and boat mooring. Close
enough to beach without being
too close to suffer saltwater
exposure. Owner would
consider a long-term lease at a
negotiated price Priced at
$85,000.00.
DIAL FOR ACTION 22307,
22033, 22305, 41197.

C15977
2 bedrooms 2 baths, furnished,
CAREFREE APARTMENT -
Cable Beach. Only $35,000.00
rental income $450.
CHERTSEY third
floor-furnished only
$60,000.00 presently rented.
SEVENTH FLOOR -
CAREFREE, breathtaking
views beach, pool, patio -
furnished. Come see lets make
a deal.
CONCHREST best views in
the Cable Beach Area. Facing
Sea, use of pool, patio, beach.
High & Dry on Fourth
Floor. See anytime, we have
tastefully and expensively
the key. Asking $80,000.00
rental $750.
DIAL DAMIANOS &
ASSOCIATES 22033, 22305,
22307 evenings 41197.

C15883
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.

C15991
BILL'S REAL ESTATE
AGENCY LTD. offers the
following choice property:-
Eight acres prime hilltop
property.
62 acres on Eastern Rd. ideal
for exclusive land
development.
Approximately 50,000 square
feet Bay Street property near
town ideal for offices
apartment or other commercial
use.
400 feet commercial frontage
in Blair. Estate.
Choice commercial lot Shirley
Street with convenient side
entrance. Large commercial
area Palmdale comprising four
lots with over 500 ft. road
frontage.
Five acres bordering three
roads in Oakes Field ideal for
laroe shoooinq centre.
Approximately five acres near
Quality Supermarket with
commercial zoning ideal for
shopping centre to serve the
South-East area.
Other good buys in commercial
and residential properties.
Prices terms and other
information available by calling
23921 or write Box 5449
Nassau.

C16003
3 BEDROOM residence with
adjacent fruit orchard. Lot
situated in Blair Estate. Fully
furnished with independent
water system. Double garage
and roof patio. Easy access to
schools. Further Information
call 21741/2 or.74105.

C15946
BLAIR three bedrooms 2
baths, furnished in good taste,
maids quarters, patio, fruited
enclosed landscaped grounds
asking $62,000.00
12 UNIT 2-STOREY HOTEL
-with POOL, PATIO, VIEWS
OF SEA, plus 2-storey
Manager's Residence with
Coffee Shop, Laundry, cold
Laundry, cold-storage,
excellent income. Only
$250,000.00 can finance.
Catering to Tourist Dollar. Can
NET $50,000.00.
SANS SOUCI HILLTOP 2 -
storey, with over acre of
grounds, fruited, landscaped,
magnificent views, furnished
$125,000.00.
WINTONHIGHWAY highest
peak OUT EAST. 3 bedrooms
3 baths, plus maids apartment.
High Ceilings, tiled floors,
patio, over acre of grounds -


gorgeous views only
$110,000.00.
HILLTOP CAMPERDOWN -
houses furnished from
$115,000.00 and up. With
Pool, Patio Gorgeous Views.
See anytime.
WESTWARD VILLAS 3
bedroor s 2 baths, maids
quarters, furnished only
$48,000.00. Rights sandy
beach.
WESTWARD VILLAS 4
bedrooms 2 baths, central air,
plus window units, furnished,
Pool (heated), Patio, enclosed
grounds asking $68,000.00.
CABLE BEACH on waters
edge. Facing Balmoral Island,
Pool, Patio, Private Beach.
Excellent condition, immediate
occupancy. Tastefully
decorated. Bargain of the Year.
Good inventory. Can Finance.
FOR ACTION, RING THE
ACTION NUMBERS
2305, 22033, 22307 evening
119,7.


REAL ESTATE


C16007
ENJOY COUNTRY LIFE AT
ITS BEST Out East. Stone's
thrown from St. Andrew's
School. Three bedrooms two
baths, large modern kitchen,
separate dining, sitting-family
room. Tiled floors with some
carpeting and draperies.
Equipped with water purifier,
generator, grounds need
landscaping. Asking only
$40,000.00 for this brand new
house with $10,000.00 down,
balance $30,000.00 for 15
years at $360 per month. Less
than rental. See anytime.
RING THE ACTION
NUMBERS 22033, 22305,
22307, night 41197.


C16008
FOR SALE
1 3 bedroom, 2 bath, basically
furnished, airconditioned,
Stapledon Gardnes.
$45,000.00. Phone 56332 -
7-9 morning 6-10 evening.

C15345
LOTS FOR SALE
Carmichael Road 75 x 100 -
$4,500 and Oakes Field 50 x
120 $6,000 Contact: Mr. A.
Saunders, Box F-1502,
Freeport. (Tel. 373-2782).


C16035
ATTRACTIVE three-bedroom
two-bath house in excellent
neighbourhood with beach
rights off Eastern Road
convenient to St. Andrew's
School.

Living room, separate dining
room, T.V. room, family room,
Bahama room, patio, kitchen,
laundry. Beautifully furnished.
Lot 100' x 125'. Asking
$85.000.

Large well-built three-bedroom
two-bath house off Village
Road hilltop convenient to
Queen's College and Montagu
Beach. Living room, Bahama
room, separate dining room,
spacious kitchen, detached
garage, maid's room and
laundry. $55,000 furnished.

Arch i tec t -designed
three-bedroom, two-bath
residence Cable Beach in quiet
cul-de sac with beach rights.
$55,000 furnished.
H. G. CHRISTIE LTD.
Phone 21041/2/3/4.


FOR RENT
C15941
SANS SOUCI: 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, family room. Available
immediately. $450.00 per
month. Furnished except for
linens and kitchen equipment.
LOVE BEACH' Very attractive
1 bedroom cottage right on the
beach. Available early July.
$600 per month. Fully
furnished.
H. G. CHRISTIE LIMITED
Phone 21041/2/3/4
C15944
Completely furnished two
bedroom apartment. Blue Hill
Road, South, opposite the
newly built McPherson Primary
School. Rent $235 per month.
Phone 2-3287.
C15927
FURNISHED 2 bedroom
apartment consisting of
living-dining room, kitchen and
bathroom. Twynam Avenue.
Telephone 5-8185.
C15921
LOVELY 2 bedroom
airconditioned apartment,
Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, Master T.V. antenna
and laundry room facilities,
enclosed parking area. For
information call 3-4953 or
5-4258.
C15919
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly airconditioned, fully
furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297, 31093.
C15882
TWO 2 bedroom apartments,
fully furnished. Cehtrevilld,
Ring Mr. Pritchard at 58134.

C15917
2 BEDROOM 1 bath
apartment, fully furnished and
ready for occupancy. Situated
in Winton Highway. Prices vary
from $350 to $375 per month.
Phone 2-1631.
C 15920
LARGE spacious 3 bedrooms
(all airconditioned) 3 bath
fully furnished, hilltop house,
Dannottage Estate. Must see to
appreciate. $700 per month
including light and water.
Telephone 2-3713, 5-9322 or
3-1671.
C 15942
ONE THREE BEDROOM, two
bath, airconditioned furnished
home, Queen's Road, Nassau
East. Phone 5-4684 or 2-3750.

C15846
2 bedroom apartment Winton
Highway, fully furnished. $230
per month. Call 2-1631/2.


L FU SALE OR RENT
C15961
3 bedroom 2 bath house,
unfurnished. Blair Estates.
Phone 3-2095.

CARS FOR SALE

C15951
1968 Austin 1100 in good
condition. $700. Call; Greg at
3-6111 anytime.


C15968
FORD CAPRI 72 blue, white
interior, very good condition,
no rust. $2,200 O.N.O. V
McLeod 41000 Apt. 6.
C16012
1970 PONTIAC LEMANS.
4-door automatic, vinyl roof.
air-conditioning.: Power
steering, brakes and windows;
radio and 8-track. $2750.00
Clark office 21217, Home
31606.
C 16005
KEEP YOUR IMP on the road.
Tow away my HILLMAN IMP
with parts missing $60.00
Phone Stainton 28421-5.
C16017
1973 PINTO. Excellent
condition. Low mileage. NO
REASONABLE OFFER
REFUSED. Phone 31744 days,
42004 Nights and Weekends.
C16018
1972 FIAT 124 Station
Wagon. Excellent condition.
Phone 31744 days, 42004
nights and weekends.

S FOR SALE
C15976
FOUR piece sectional couch in
brown and two armchairs in
gold. For information call
32027.
C 15965
OWNER LEAVING ISLAND
furniture, bicycles and
other miscellaneous household
items Phone 3-5729.
C16015
MAGNIFICENT FM Stereo,
Fisher amplifier T-200, Gerrard
A-70 turntable, 6 ft. long
cabinet of solid mahogany by
Mosko's. Storage space for
many records. $850.00. See at
LIghtbourn Trading Company,
corner 6th Terrace and East
Avenue. Centreville.
C16004
BEAUTY Equipment for sale.
Phone 28989 and 53645.
C16025
CHILD'S RALEIGH 2 wheeler.
Girl's bike. Like new. Phone
77746.
C 16029
VELO SOLEX very good
condition! Only $100.00!
Phone 77934 after 5 p.m.
C15993
BABY GEAR
Large cot/mattress, Hichair,
Pushchair, Playpen, Bath/stand
etc. Phone 31475 mornings.


I MARINE SUPPUES
C16032
WANT A PLACE TO LIVE?
Why buy a house when you
can cruise and live aboard a 53'
cabin cruiser. Call 28945 for
details.
C16031
22' BOAT 160 H.P. Mercruiser,
top condition accessories
included. Pair of Cypress
Garden Skiis, grooved for
Slalon. Cost new $160.00, will
sell for $70.00.
One rebuilt Mercruiser 160 H.
P. engine $700.
Owner Leaying Island. Call
anytime 31642.

C16013
60 H.P. EVINRUDE 1971
Outboard. Plus electric
controls. Completely
overhauled. All new gearing
and power pack. $695.00
Garner Office, 21061 Home
31521
C11894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT.
Commander. sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engi ie>
with less than 200 hours.,
Kitchenette, good condition
Call 24267, 54011.
C15953
14 ft. boat, model 102 Seagull
outboard. Phone 2-2861. ext
343, from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30
p.m. Ask for Mrs. Mary
Adder ley.
C16016
TWO 140-lb Plough anchors.
perfect for hurricane moorings
or large vessel. $120 each.
Also, compressor for small
marine frigerator. Runs on 12V
DC, or 120V AC. Cost over
$300, but would accept much
lower offer. Phone Lightbourn,
2-8293.




1-5914
NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street.
* Decoupage
* Clear Cast
* Candle Craft
* Tissue Craft
Phone 2-2386, 2-2898


ENTERTAINMENT


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C 14336
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY
The Nassauvians
The Electric Circle
OPEN TILL 4.00 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.

ALTH FOOD
C15950
FOR the very best in Exercise
Equipment, Natural Health
Food and Vitamins, visit
Wong's Health Food Store,
Mackey Street.
Exercise Equipment Sales
and Rentals.


SCHOOLS
CJ 5884
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 p.m. or 3-5084 anytime.
C15933
PIANO MUSIC LESSONS
at home
Call 31119.
C16019
Enroll now at the Nassau
Academy of Business in the
following summer classes:-
Typing with Spelling Shorthand
Bookkeeping
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashier
Night Auditing
Telex Operation
English
Mathematics
Filing
Dictaphone Typist
Call the Nassau Academy of
Business at 24993. or come in
at Shirley Street, opposite
Collins Ave.

I TOUR GIE
C15918 FOR SALE
$864.60
16 Days in Europe
Luxembourg Switzerland -
Austria Italy Lichenstein
Monaco France
INCLUDES:
Round trip air fare
First class Hotels with private
bath

Land transportation by
deluxe air conditioned,
motorcoach with tour director.

Complete sightseeing Tours
in each city.

Continental breakfast
throughout, and most dinners
with wine.


e All tips and taxes (except
airport taxes).

* Plus other special features.
-For further information
contact:-

R. H. CURRY CO. LTD.
Phone 28681-7 Bay and
Charlotte Streets.


RECIPES

C1 6014
SALLY'S NEW ORLEANS
STYLE KITCHEN
2 delicious styles of cooking
fish.
Send $1.00 cheque or money
qrder.
Write Box 514, Monroe,
Louisiana U. S.A.


HELP HNTED
C 15928
JOB TITLE: (THREE)
WELDERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Must be
a certified welder.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welded
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.

C15928
1 Farmer, Male, to live on and
work small farm, Carmichael
Road. Phone 2-2233.
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IC15925
TUITION
'HE RAPID RESULTS
COLLEGE. World-famous
postal tuition for the GCE,
School Cert. and Accountancy
Banking, law, Marketing
company Secretaryshi
Examinations. For details of
our specialised courses write
or Free copy of YOURI
;AREER to The Rapid Result
college Department. TNI
ition House London SW19


HELP WANTED


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C15912
SEVEN men and two women.
Jobs will entail cleaning of
floors, kettles, bathrooms,
grounds etc. Apply SAWYER'S
FOOD PRODUCTS LTD.,
Telephone 34923.
C15922
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Offset Pressman,
40 hours per week, good
working conditions. Apply
BAHAMAS PRINTING, Oakes
Field.

C 16006
WATER SPORTS DIRECTOR
LYFORD CAY CLUB.
Applicant must be able to
teach water skiing, sailing and
have 10 years experience as a
professional scuba diver
instructor. Basic mechanical
knowledge of petrol
inboard/outboard and diesel
engines also necessary. Please
reply in writing to Managing
Director, Lyford Cay Club, P.
0. Box N-7776, Nassau.
C 15905
MARKETING MANAGER
The Bank of London &
Montreal requires a Marketing
Manager, aged between 35 and
50, with a fluent knowledge of
Spanish.

Only candidates with a
successful record in Marketing
and with a good knowledge of
retail Banking need apply.

The successful candidate
must be prepared to travel and
it is necessary for him to have
an energetic and dynamic
approach to modern business.

Apply in writing to the
Personnel Manager, BOLAM, P.
0. Box N-1262, Nassau.
C16030
FOLLOWING POSITIONS
AVAILABLE:
Scuba diving instructor/guide
with at least two years previous
experience required. Secretary
with hotel experience
preferred. Only Bahamians
need apply. Call Stella Maris
Inn, Long Island, or write
Stella Maris Inn, P. 0. Box
105, Stella Maris, Long Island.


ALARMS/SECURITY
I our winds l Id.
Write: lox N4272 I'll. S-2124
.,wc's Alarm Services I'h. 3 2042
National Sevu. ril SSyst.Is


I'Ph. 5-97 19
ANTENNAS
Island TV I'h. 2 2618

AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas liatteries
hay SIrclG (;araig I'h. 2-2434
rriisiliossioll Icpaiirs
Shell Aclio, Shioin I'lh. 5-2000
BOOKSTORE
liThe hristia.nt iok
Shop I'h. 5-8744

BUSINESS FORMS
I ,-ectitiv-
I'riatrs I'Ph. 2-4267/1 4011
KITCHEN CABINETS
con nionw' altl
I uilrtiure I'l. 3-.11 20

CAMERAS
John Hull l Ph. 2-425 2/3
DOWNTOWN PARKING
Monthly rlillt SIS
I'lioii. 2-4727(dai.) 7-7387(liter)


HELP WANTED


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C16011
AN OUTISLAND
RESORT/DEVELOPMENT
requires immediately a
Plumbing Superintendent who
must be a registered Licensed
Master Plumber and who will
be responsible for all new
installations and maintenance
of well fields, sewage plant, lift
stations, hotel and villa
maintenance and be able to
train subordinates. Must have
at least six years general
experience in plumbing and at
least one year experience in a
supervisory capacity.
APPLY TO: "PLUMBING
SUPT.", P. 0. Box N-3229,
Nassau, N. P., Bahamas.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
C16026
JUST ARRIVED FROM
ENGLAND:
* Bone Meal Tabl.
* Acerola
* Brewers Yeast Tab
" Desiccated Liver Tab
* Carlic Caps
* Iron Formula
* Kelp Tab
* Lecithin Caps
* Rose Hip Caps. 200 mg.
* Saf flower Caps.
* Vit. B.12 Tab. 25 mic.
* Vit. B. Complex Caps.
" Vit. E. Cap. 100 ius
* Vit. E. 200 ius
* Wheat Germ Oil Caps. 5 ius
" Sunflower Seeds
e Pro Vit. A Caps.
* Geriatric Formula Tab.

NASSAU DRUG STORF
Mackey Street

TRADE SERVICES
C15891
MASTER TECHNICIANS LTD
Mackey Street
YOUR WHIRLPOOL
DISTRIBUTOR OFFERS:-
Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers,
Compactors, Freezers, Ice
Makers, Air Conditioners and
Garbage Disposers.
With full warranty on every
home appliance we sell.

Service done by factory trained
mechanics. Telephone 23713,
59322.


HURRICANE AWNINGS
John S. G(eorge I'h. 2-842 116
LAUNDRY &DRY CLEANING
New Oriental L.iundry I'h. 2-4403
MEATS


Tieco Meats
Whiolesale- Rletail Ph. S-9719

MEN'S WEAR
I ashionette Ltd. l'h. 2-2376/7

OPTICIANS
Optical Services Ltd. I'h. 2-3910/1

PAPER
O(immnrcial I'aiperlhouse I'h. 5-9731
PRINTING
Wnig's I'ritiig I'lh. 5-4506
I -s....... ,ii
I'riiitrs I'h. 2-4267/15-401 I

RUBBER STAMPS
Wt' sluihhber Stamlps I'Ph. 5S-4so506
I lie Irihinc I'lh. 2-1986

SPORTS GOODS
('ha;mpioi Spiw's L.and I'll. 2-1862
TRAVEL
I'hoylours Pih. 2-2931/7
r. II. Cuirr ; C'. .Ph. 2-8681/7
TV REPAIRS


ENTERTAINMENT Channel -lectronics LId.l'h. 3-5478
Audi, Visital & MNov-i-'
Iilmi & I quip. Service I'h. 2.21 57 TRUCKING
LOISTS iohnson s
FLORISTS Trucking & Landscape Ph. 5-9574
Island Ik)ril 'lPh. 2-2702/5-S419 T n
--TYPEWRITER REPAIR
GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES .unior hNrthel P'h. 5-1044
Mdernisltic (;arden & I'et
Madeira SIhppinil Plata 'Ph.2-2868 UPHOLSTERING
Nassau (ardnen & Pet
Montrie Avenue Ph. 2-4259 Fddie' tllphfsterlin Ph. 5-9713
mimimmmi mammmmmmmmmmmm


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Shp Nassau Merchants
For Business And Service


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TRME SERVICES


C15885
SEWING MACHINES
PARTS AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY
P. 0. Box N4818,
Dowdeswell and Christie Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152.
C1599-
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICE
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
next to Frank's Place.
C15888
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or trenching
done?
Call: CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD.
2-4996 or 5-8725.
C15887
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE ...
see:-
ISLAND BUILDERS LIMITED
P. 0. Box 6285 ES
Phone 3-1671 3-1672.


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

C16033
LANDSCAPING and for all
your gardening needs -
mowing, trimming, hedging,
tree felling and clearing, call
5-7810 LAWNS & HEDGES.


ANNOUNCEMENTS I
C15913
SHAWNEE
Daily Service between West
Palm Beach and West End. For
reservations call The Grand
Bahama Hotel (Ext. 5).



C15346
GARDENER: To work eight
hour day, rain or shine. Dig
holes for trees and plants. Dig
graves. Prepare plant beds,
weed, cut grass, handle
insecticides, rake and collect
trash on planted area. Must
have proof of previous
experience.
Apply: Lucaya Nursery &
Landscaping Ltd., Forest Ave.
and Yellow Pine St., P. 0. Box
F-252, Freeport. G.B.
C15343
Freeport Utility is seeking an
employee with managerial
experience of at least 5 years
with a total of 10 years
experience in North American
Telephony in the areas of
Central Office, Service Center
and Traffic. A broad telephone
background and .experience is
desirable.
Qualified applicants should
send resume and salary
requirements to: Grand
Bahama .Telephone Company
Limited, Post Office Box
F-2478, Freeport, Grand
Bahama (2C Kipling Buildinq',

C15347
SHOE COBBLER. 4 YEARS
EXPERIENCE.
APPLY P.O. BOX F.141, THE
BOOT SHOP, FREEPORT.


C15928
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
CONTI'ACT;- Personnel
Department, Bahama. Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-10G,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


1 I. CROFT.MKS


I f- Tamly OT mle laie
STELLA MORE would like
to thank relatives and friends
for cards, flowers and
sympathy. Special thanks to
Dean Granger, Dr. Bowe and
Nurse Gibson.

IN MEMORIAL
C16036 .


In sad, but loving memory of a
dear Mother, wife and sister,
who departed this life on July
7th, 1973, Antionette, Marge,
"Morah"Glinton.
Earth has lost its looks of
gladness.
Heaven seems to be more
bright
Since the spirit of our dear
loved mother
Took its happy homeward
flight.
How we long to cross that
river,
Long to rest upon its shore,
Where we'll see and know and
love her
With a love forever more.
Left to mourn: Husband
Maxwell, four sons Herbie,
Junior, Sammie and Ben. Five
sisters and hosts of other
relatives.


I HELP WANTED

C15926
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: Personni
Department', -Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C15350
GENERAL LABOURER AND
SANITARY MAN to carry out
general labour assignments,
clean and weed industrial yard,
clean workshop, offices and
toilets.
Apply to: Grand Bahama
Engineering, Ltd., P. 0. Box
F-2, Freeport, Tel. 352-6239.

C15349
Live in MAID needed.
Telephone 352-5700, Freeport
and ask for Mrs. R. Davis.

C15348
Grand Bahama Petroleum
Company, Limited seeking an
experienced statistical typist to
work in accounting
department. Responsibilities to
include: typing financial
reports, invoices and
correspondence, key-punch on
IBM 3741 remote terminal
(will train), perform
accounting functions (will
train).
To apply: send resume or write
for application or visit our
office at The International
Credit Bank Building, 3rd
floor. P. 0. Box F-2521,
Freeport, Bahamas.

C15342
Full time MAID to live in.
Must be prepared to take
complete responsibility of two
sall. children. Apply to Mrs.
Gwen Lockhart, 352-5815.


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TEL.352-608


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unfurnished. $180 per month.
Phone 56332 7-9 morning 6-10-
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8, 1974.


-~i~m5


CL C3
OKi" rF..a" ** *
The boss is in, but on such an important matter I'd
better connect you with someone who knows what he's
talking about."


I DIDN'T SAY HE DIDT...I SAID
HE COD HAVE oONE Trr.


*I THINK HES BREAKING IN A NITE CLUB ACT.*


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS
1. Missile site 30. Cupid
4. Check 32. Burro
8. Block 34. Tree
11. Lincoln 35. Gems
12. Brain passage 37. Sodium symbol


13. Lamb
14. Prosecute
15. Russian
convention
16. Shirr
17. Poison
20. Spanish article
21. Present crisis
24. Through
27. German city
29. Ipecac source


39. Board game
44. Chill
46. Ugly look
47. Armpit
48. Title
49. English
composer
50. Peak
51. Might
52. Autocrat
53. Aurora


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SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
DOWN
5. Mormon state
1. Free ticket 6. Blushing
2. Adjoin appearance
3. Elk 7. Intelligence
4. Clique 8. Merit
9. Amazement
7 10. Sea gull
s 18. Biblical
pronoun
S19. By birth
22. Coagulate
I 23. Sweet potato
24. Equivalence
25. Cassowary
26. Stickup
28. Mardi Gras
S 5 revelers
31. Inlet
f 33. Trapper
36. Splendor
38. Before noon
40. Cheek
41. Spouse
42. Medley
43. Siestas
44. Doctrine
S45. Intelligence
Meaures 7-10 agency


CARROLL FIGHTERS

~ GHOROSCOFE
from tie Cmrol Righter inhteus
S GENERAL TENDENCIES: The daytime ia fine
for utilizing your fine psychic qualities and
developing a successful plan of action for the future. Some
confusion appears later and it would be unwise to make any
important decisions.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Plan joint activities with
members of your family, but don't try to do too much in a
short time. Make mutual long-range plans.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Discuss your particular aims
with good friends and gain their cooperation for attaining
them. Don't neglect to pay important bill.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You can easily make headway
now in the business world. Don't discuss your plans with an
associate who is not in the right mood.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) A new mode of
living will give you more of the world's goods. Handle those
drudgeries which you have been postponing.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Take steps to improve your
surroundings and get rid of whatever is obsolete. Try not to
spend too much money for entertainment.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Talking over joint affairs and
individual motivations with associates can bring about better
understanding. Use your wisdom.
LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) Engage in work without delay
while you are enthused. Then you can keep a personal
appointment. Home is your safest bet tonight.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You have an opportunity to
enjoy a coveted social event today, so be sure to do so. Show
more devotion to family. Be wise.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Discuss the future
more intelligently with kin and show you will cooperate with
them more. Keep private worry a secret.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Make plans for the
future and get the approval of associates before putting them
into operation. Forget the social temporarily.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) A good day to get down
to practical affairs and get excellent results. Avoid a friend
who has nothing to do but waste your time.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Don't be afraid to state your
aims to good friends who can help you achieve them. Steer
clear of a bigwig who is irritable right now.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
able to see and hear things that others cannot, so don't try to
fool your gifted progeny. Plan for an expansive kind of
education and screen playmates carefully early in life for best
results. The field of science is fine here. Be sure to give ethical
and religious training.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!



UOW mau letter, and there must be at
Sword of least one-ellht letter word In the
tour letters list. No plurals; no forein words;
or more cn no proper names. TODAY'S
you make TARGET: 26 words, food:
Sro m the 1 words, very ood; 40 words,
letter shown excellent. Solution tomorrow.
here aI YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION :-
making a Derv doer door dope dove droop
ea h drop drove overdo poked pored
may pr proved PROVOKED redo
be used onee rode rodeo rood rooked roped
word must only. Eah roved.
word must contain the large


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Across
I. Boys used to like adven-
ture stories of these parts.
(5. 4)
S. Big fish. (4)
11. Enough to set your feet
feet wet.
wet (5, 4)
s1. Severity for court appear-
ance. (4)
18. Imposts. (5)


Chess
BY L-OlsAlOD BARON











(RT)
Black (to move) forced to win
in this postal game with a finish
reminiscent of the nineteenth-
century brilliancies of the chess
romantics. How did the game
end
Par times: 10 seconds, chess
master; 20 seconds, expert; 1
minute, county player; 3 minutes,
club standard; 5 minutes,
average; 10 minutes, novice.
Solution No10014 -
uCess Soluon
I ... Ktx P ch 2 K-B1. R-Q
ch/; 3 BxR. Kt-Kt6 ch! and
mate by 4 ... Q-KS.


Rupert and the Wooden Horse-5


Frng ovr his disappointment. Rupet
wandf lowln along te viilage Itrt. do
Wh I oould Iave bought that Ihawl for
MWIW," he aioh.- I can't thing of anything
et t weouWmake as nia a presn. I.'
he WI M Daddy ta shawl has been sold."
b Is half-way home when he splIe one of his
chumSr coming th nher way. "It's Bingo,"


14. Cockney. (8)
1. The more senior. (5)
20. Rabbit. (3)
St. Victimised by terrorists.
(6, s)
23. Single. (a)
84. Rodent. (5)
25. Longlng. (8)
2S, Kind of dog. (6)
Down
L He helps with the horses.
2. Vhe do not mean well.
3. Ull-ultt. (4)
4. Not the main line. (6)
5. Smoothed the wrinkles.
L the shelter. (4)
7. Weakens. (4)
1. Girl's name. (3)
10. My
(6, 21
15. Amounts
o w ed.
16. Weaken;
(5)
17. D I s
courage.
19. 1 1.
tary. (4)
22. P o Int.- U
(3) SalardtlS t soirt ic Z
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WORLD EVENTS





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TRII-


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Winning


The ortin of famous ouups Ls
often shrouded in mystery, but
not a few come down from the
days of whist In a recent article,
Sport ll futra ted recalled the
birth o the Venna Coup. It goes
back to 1864 when a Viennese
expert laid out the four hands
fa e uwards and.waered that
he would take all thlrn tricks.
Only twelve were on view and
no small card could be estab-
lished. It seemed possible, so
a lot of money changed hands.
Here's an example of a double (
Vienna Coup, quite a rarity, W
8 A 8 5 2 0
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West East
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9 a 8 5 4 K Q 10 7 2
Seth
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Comtrat 74 : Lead ol1
Goins up with the OA s auto-
matic, but it's only the first part
of the Ooup.
Declarer ha thirteen tricks if
hearts break. Alas, they don't
and i sets one up by ruffing
he will de trlik short.
Observ what happen, how-
ever, when kouth play off
dummy's 4A. the scond un- .
blockiMg py which is the
essene o-tl Vienna Coup.
After fve tPrm L dummy's 8
aam ats
69W to __" r ald on
utsd lMt hmust dia -
Isrou throws. o&i


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JUDGE PARKER


Dd Curtis


Pal Nichols


APARTMENT 3-G By Alex Ktocsk


STEVE ROPER & MIKE NOMAD


Saunders & Overgard


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he ys. 'Good, I ieed someone to cheer
me up." As the brainy pup approaches Rupert
Ia puzzled to notoe that he Is arrying tH
pies. of a wooden horse. "HI, Rupetl"
calls out Bingo. "I'm In luok today. thise
just what I've bn looking for l 8e, I have
the wheels too I"
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By Kerrington Wilkinson
STERLING Symonette was
named "most valuable pla" er
as the Collegians riaplcd tie
Florida All Stars I 83
Saturday night t0 winri the
Vince Ferguson I lo!'ing
Trophy and Bahamas A.iti.eiur
Basketball Associttion second
annual Indep-d't:l tO'ir


LEFT HANDER Hasting Campbell of
Eleuthera pitched seven torrid innings
yesterday striking out eight while limiting
Melroso Ginger to two hits as the Roaring
Tigets took a 7-1 victory winning their second
in as many played.
Pitching at over 70 mph, CampbeU, backed
by near flawless defence kept Melroso shut out
on one hit over six innings. He walked two.
The run that broke his shutout bid came in
the top of the seventh when Sidney McKinney
scored on Leslie Johnson's grounder that
fizzed past the mound ad between third base
and short stop. McKinney was issued a free
base due to interference by catcher Kenneth
McCartney. He stole both second and third.
Right fielder Kendal Davis got Meroso's


nament title
gyim.


at A. F. Adderley


1 lie Collegians walked awash
with three of the five awards
given for best position. Sharon
Storr and Cecil Rose -
i Collegians), best guards;
Sterling Symonette C. best
entire, and Reggie Forbes from


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Members of the Bahamas Wheelchair Club during last
week's press conference. (From left) Howard Black, Tom
Grant (coach). John Sands (captain), Phillys Aldridge, and
Dr. Granville Bain (president). A contingent from the
Wheelchair Club left Nassau Saturday for a week's athletic
training at the Mona Rehabilitation Centre, Mona Jamaica.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that CECIL GLAOSTON JAMES
of Sunlight Vil!age, Nassau Bahamas, is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen- of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 8th day of July
1974 to The Mrinister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that VANIOL JAMES of Sunlight
Village, Nassau, Baharas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nltionality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen o 1 he Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any crasso why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 8th day of July 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 ELAINE NAOMI DOWNER
of Winton Highway Nassau Bahamas, is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 8th day of July
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. Q. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


other hit in the top of the first. That came to
no good however. He was thrown out trying to
steal second.
On offence, the Tigers were led by second
basemen William Delancy who from three
times at bat scored two and knocked in three
off two doubles.
The Tigers opened the scoring in the third
innings in which they sent out ten batters in
plating four runs off two hits. Melroso was
forced to change pitchers bringing in David
Johnson for Gary Brown.
New Providence softball Association action
resumes tomorrow night with Heineken Stars
playing BaTelCo Dihb in the first game at 7
o'clock and Taylor Industries meeting
Keyboard Lounge in the second game


Saved-by Georae


By Gladstone Thurston
ALL ROUNDER ;George
Ferguson featured in ; I 06-run
tenth wicket partnership with
Gurth Gonzalez and scored
109 not out Saturday to pull
defending challps tihe
Southerners from the edge of
defeat to a respectable I1Q) all
out.
1'he Prison Officers v.ere
two without loss tollowirg tihe
first day's play of their two
day match at Haynes Oval.
Entering the game fourth
wicket down with the score at
only 19, Ferguson wlho in his
last outing hit 110 off Paradise
Island, overcame an injured
shoulder to pI' thle
Southerners back oin their
feet.
Gonzalei whin joined hni: at
93 for nine trustriated the P1
O.'s bowling by pl.it ng thie
ball safely.
Opening batsmeni I',ter lliill
and Perry Stubbs lasted onlr
four overs.

boundaries enroute ro Iis
century which camrie or, a six
off Ralph Kellman. (;n t/:le,
who scored 34 i we.
caught deep oi tiec -< ., r '
boundary krnockri t. :


England wicKetkeeper Alan Knott dives to catch Viswarnath off Geoff Arnold in the second
Test at Lord's. England made their highest ever test score at the games headquarters and took
77 minutes to dismiss the Indian touring side in their second innings, to win by an innings and
285. Other players seen are, left to right, Mike Hendrick, Tony Greig and Keith Fletcher.


Kel lman and Patrick
L.ouison remembered for
their good showing against St.
Bernards are the not out
batsmnien for the P.O.'s.
I' !!.hi c & h ;razette 4
'P '11 lbs, c Kellman, b Ranisawak 4
R Ilrokei.b 1Ramsawak 0


J. Peterson, l.b.w. Grazette 6
H. Dean, c Puckerin, b Ramsawak 10
G. Ferguson, not out, 109
G. Deveaux, c wkt, b Grazette, 0
S. McPhee, c wkt, b Ramsawak, 3
T. Thompson, c Kellman, b Ramsawak
J. Deveaux, c & b Grazette 4 I1
rG Gonzalez, c Miller, b Kellman 34
bowling: A. Grazette 17 4


49 4:Tr. Ramsawak 18 1 59
- 5 (.;. Braithwalte 5 23
0; R. Kellman 9 3 41 1; C.
Puckerin 3 2 -- 2 0- ; N. Taylor
3 1 2 0; Louison 3 2 -
9 -.
Wickets tell at 1-5, 2-10, 3-17.
4 19, 5 39, -42. 745, 8 78, 9.93.
10 199.


the Nassau League All Stars
and Fletcher Lewis of Grand
Bahama All Stars took the
forwards award.
Bahamas Amateur Basket-
ball three day tournament
climaxed Saturday night as
some 600 fans turned out.
Both sides came out red hot
as they battled 20-20 with 10
minutes left in the first half.
With Sharon Storr setting the
plays and Rose along with
Symonette and Charles
Thompson ripping the nets, the
Collegians quickly ran out in
front 40-26.
This did not inl ose on the
Floridians .eam for Ryen
Kendall the big forward and
ball handler Bob Bowman
along with Tim Eisnaugle and
Andy Owens started their
running pattern that brought
them six points behind at
56-51 to end the first half.
The Floridians entered the
second half still running the
ball.
Charles Thompson, Rose
and Storr who were great


assets, to the Collgian team
during the tournament thrilled
the fans as they puzzled the
Floridians defence with fancy
passes then hit the open man
who connected with a jumper
or a lay up.
Sterling Symonette hustled
down 24 rebounds and top
scored with 31 points followed
by the flashy Cecil Rose who
netted 26 points and grabbed
14 rebounds. Sharon Storr
executed a game high 11 assists
to go along with his 11 points.
For the losers Bob Bowman
popped 24 points and Ryen
Kendall scored 14 while
hauling down 15 rebounds.
Coach Bob baker said his
team enjoyed their trip to
Nassau.

GRAND BAHAMA behind'
Fletcher Lewis 30 points
performance and 22 rebounds
overcame the Nassau League all
stars seven point lead at ine
half and went on -' .i-at the
Nassau league ')5-S5 in a game
played Satu:day day at A. F.
Adderley gym.


Tigers


make


it hot


for


Ginger


THE TNRIUNE - Monday,Juy 8, 174.
U U I


The Sign of Better


Make the sign of better taste.V for Vat 19

Smoothest rum there's ever been.V for Vat 19

On the rocks or in a punch

The spirit of Trinidad. The rum to ask for.Vat 19.


U-a


Germans

outrun

flashy

Dutch
MUNICH The World Cup
ended yesterday with a 2-1
West German victory over
favourites Holland. An
estimated 800 million fans in
83 countries watched the
match on television.
Another 80,000 jammed
into Munich's Olympic
Stadium, booming with cries of
"Deutschland" as the West
Germans came from behind to
win. They outfought and
outran the flashier Dutch.
The German players, among
the world's highest paid
professionals rolled for joy on
the turf as the referee's
whistle ended the 90-minute
match. They then took a
triumphal lap around the
stadium.
The game opened
sensationally when English
referee Jack Taylor awarded
the Dutch a penalty in the first
minute. Johnny Neeskens
scored.
The sudden advantage led
the Dutch to abandon their
usual imaginitive attacking
game and by half time the
Germans had gone ahead on
goals from Paul Breitner
(penalty) and Gerhard Mueller.
The victory meant S23,500
each to the 22 members of the
German squad.
The tournament has been
dominated by European teapis.
Of the South Americans only
Brazil proved formidable
contenders.
Higgs back

in form
FOUR handicapper Fred
Higgs has found his winning
form again. Yesterday, he
toured the 6,966 yards
Paradise island golf course with
a challenging three-over-par 75
taking top honours in the
South Andros High School
tournament.
Hugh Cleare triumphantly
parred the back nine in carding
a second place 76.
Anthony Johnson of the
Southerners Club came
through with a third place 77
and Eric Gibson fourth with
78.
England win
BIRMINGHAM England
won the third Test by an
innings and 76 runs when India
was all out in its second innings
midway through the fourth
afternoon for 216.
The English team completed
a 3-0 sweep of the series.
England declared their first
innings at 459 for two in reply
to India's first innings of 165.
TENNIS RESULTS
RESULTS of the George
Smith annual Independence
Tournament being played at
the Montagu courts: P. Isaacs
bt S. Knowles 6-3, 6-2; P.
Russell bt C. Bethel 6-2, 6-4; C.
Carter bt B. Delancy 6-0, 6-1;
C. Donaldson bt N. Hanna 6-3,
6-1: R. Barnett bt C. Deveaux
6-2, 6-0; K. Isaacs bt A. Rolle
6-0, 6-1; B. Fox bt P. North
6-4, 6-4, C. Carter bt S. Hall
6-1, 6-0; B. Miller bt B.
Dmiloh^~.i t .1\f


Collegians cane All-Stars


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NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that SIMEON WATTSO
FRANCIS of Burial Ground Corner, Nassau is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenshli. for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 8th day of July
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nassau



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that THOMAS JAMES SEWELL of
Alice Town Bimini is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 8th day of July 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 FRED VALCIN of Sunlight
Village, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisatiori should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 8th day of
July 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 LILLIAN GERTRUDE
WILLIAMS of Minnie Street, Nassau Bahamas is applying
to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 8th day of July
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 MYRTLE A. CLARKE of
Ridgeland Park, Nassau 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 &Strday of July 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 MARY OELPHINE STOVEL
of Nassau St. Nassau Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 8th day of July 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 RAGLAN A. JAMES of
Robinson Road, Nassau, Bahamas Is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 8th day of July
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


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