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Publication Date: July 16, 1974
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Tuesday, July 16, 1974


Price: 20 Cant


DELEGATES to the
Caribbean Conference of the
Commonwealth Parliamentary
Association on Friday came
out for unified control of the
economic resources of the
Caribbean sea.
The topic being debated
was: "The Extension of
Territorial Waters and Control
thereof In the Caribbean and
Bermuda", a subject which
paralleled that currently being
discussed at the United Nations
Law of the Sea Conference in
Venezuela in which the
Caribbean nations are
participating.
Mr. S. S. Naraine, Minister
of Housing in the Guyana
Government said that "in an
area like the Caribbean it seems
rational that the entire sea
starting from the south
Atlantic to the Bahamas and
Bermuda should be totally and
absolutely controlled by the
nations of the region."
He said that a 200-mile limit
for control of economic
resources in the sea was a



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S Mr Justice Maxwell J.
0 Thompson voicing a stem
warning to local attorneys
) following yesterday's
unprecedented confrontation
with defence counsel Cyril S.
Fountain, today said he
would not fail to cite lawyers
for contempt should they
behave disrespectfully in his
court.
Yesterday's incident
brought a halt in the armed
robbery trial of Stephen
Seymour, 18, represented by
Mr Henry Bostwick and Mark
Duncombe, 17, who is being
defended by Mr Fountain.
And this incident is merely
the latest in a series which


reasonable position for
developing countries to take so
long as freedom of navigation
was maintained.
Mr. Gilbert Darrel of
Bermuda advocated the
"complete unification" of the
Caribbean countries for control
of their sea resources.
"This is going to be very
complicated, but I feel that we
should go on record here as
recommending very strongly
that we unite to control our
sea since it is geographically
impossible to give each country
a 200-mile economic zone," he
said.
Dr. C. E. James, also of
Bermuda, noted that the old
territorial limit of three miles
represented the range of a
cannon shot in the '17th
century and was now obsolete.
He said that free transit
through international straits
was an important problem that
the geogrpahy of the
Bahamas aptly illustrated and
which involved problems of
security, pollution and
financing of navigational aids.
Dr. Dickson Mabon, the
United Kingdom observer, said
that delegates should be
concerned not only with
fishing rights but with access to
oil and mineral resources on
the sea bed.
"In the Caribbean shelf their
must be immense riches," he
said, "If you had Caricom (the
Caribbean Community)


resulted in the erosion of
relations between lower court
judges and certain local
attorneys.
A similar warning was
made earlier this year by
Chief Stipendiary and Circuit
Magistrate Wilton Hercules
when he told an attorney to
"shut up and proceed with
your case" before he had him
jailed.
Attorney Fountain,
cross-examining prosecution
witness. Theophilus Clarke
had posed an "improper
question" the judge felt and
yesterday attempted to point
out his reason.
But being ignored by


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By NICKI KELLY CASINO
A MULTI-MILLION dollar complex
that will include a convention-*ntre. THEATRI
'theatres, restaurants, shoj.. Wcasino
'is now under conq4ttion by WEST BA


'government for the hotel
Cuble Beach.
"If the proposal goes
through it will make WY frt-ayv
euet one of' the ,-most
dynamic tourist areas in the
world," a hotel source said
today.
The Tribune understands
that plans for the development
have been on the drawing
board for some time, sparked
by the findings of the
Daton-Keenan report which
has called for a revitalization of
the hotel row along Cable
Beach, because of the better
facilities available at Paradise
SIsland that has drawn trade
away from the area.
SThe hotels have complained
They cannot make ends meet,
resulting staff rotations or,
as in the case of the Emerald
Beach Hotel, a partial closure.
Although the Dayton-
' Keenan report referred
Only to the need for a
convention centre, the hotels
themselves maintain that the
only thing they will salvage
their investment is a casino.


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STREET IDEA


The Paradise Island casino has
hb *I big drawing card for
hotels on Paradise Island.
The ten-year certificate of
exemption for the Paradise
Island casino expires in
December 1977. The
Certificate for Grand Bahama
Amusements at Freeport
expired in January this year
and has been extended for a
further two years.
Theoretically, when the
licence for Paradise Enterprises
expires, the government can
permit the operation of ahy
number of other casinos,
should it wish to do so.
As has been generally
acknowledged by various
members of government,
tourism in the Bahamas is
presently in serious difficulties,
necessitating drastic. action.
Reportedly, the government
has acknowledged the
seriousness of the situation and
is hoping the present proposal
can bring about a' turnaround
in this aspect of the economy.


A hotel source said today
that the summer tourist season
has been "very soft for
everybody," although there has
been a dramatic improvement
in the Bahamas' image abroad.
'This has gotten through to
the travel agents but it takes
time to filter down," he said.
The change was attributed
to better staff attitudes and
more qualified Bahamians
entering the hotel industry.
It is understood that the
financially-troubled Sonesta
Beach Hotel is to be an integral
part of any development
proposed by the government
for the development of Cable
Beach.
Negotiations for the sale of
the Sonesta to Wardair, the
Canadian charter tour
company, are still continuing,
after three months. It is
understood however that
government approval for the
sale has not yet been given.


running the sea it would be
possible to control their
exploitation, but there would
still be other Caribbean nations
not members of Caricom who
would want to see their
interests protected also."
He said that the archipelagic
theory was "just not good
enough" since it could create
international friction such as
existed in the Aegean Sea
where Greece had drawn a
boundary around its islands
that the Turkish Government
'deeply resented.
"There are going to be some
very profound problems facing
the world if we start dividing
up the seas and I hope that the
UN conference now going on
in Caracas will be the first of
several and that we will
eventually get an international
convention ratified by the
UN", he said.
CONSULAR OFFICIAL
TO VISIT FREEPORT

MRS. U. M. Hallifax,
Consular Assistant at the
British High Commission in
Nassau will be visiting Freeport
to answer consului and
nationality queries ;and to
collect completed iegistrlion
cards on Thursday July I in
Room 29D on the 2nd floor of
the Kipling Building between
the hours of 9 a.m. to 12.30
p.m. and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.


counsel, who later engaged in
sharp reparte, saying: "I am.
not cross-examining you ... if
you want me to
cross-examine you, then I
will...," Justice Thompson
ordered counsel not to be
rude.
The confrontation
climaxed after the attorney
refused a demand from the
bench for an apology or
suffer the consequences of
not being "seen."
His further refusal then
resulted in the judge
adjourning court until this
morning.
Justice Thomoson said th at


counsel had come to him in
chambers and apologised this
morning and he was prepared
to let the matter end.
The legal and judicial
system of this country has
been well known throughout
the world for its high
traditions and the
relationship between the bar
and the bench always been
harmonious, he said.
"The time seems to be
changing now for one can no
longer totally count on the
respect and courtesy which
traditionally used to be
accorded the bench," he said.
He charged that certain


Bahamasair



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money'

FOR THE first time since its formation just over a year ago,
Bahamassir is beginning to make money.


Managing director Presley
Ellsworth III told The
Tribune today that from a
domestic and international
load factor of 45 percent in
April, loads have climbed
steadily to 50 percent in May,
58 percent in June and 62.5 in
July, with weekends averaging
66 to 67 percent.
"Our break-even point .is 60
percent, and if we can maintain
that we will be in good shape
and able to pay our way," Mr.
Ellsworth said.
With its load factor
presently over 60 percent,
Bahamasajr was now making
money, he said.
"Our cash flow is good for
July and August which will
carry us through September to
October and we don't
anticipate any problems until
the end of the year."
Two months ago Bahamasair
was able to arrange a $1.5
million long-term loan from
First National City Bank's

Nations

draft

oceans

treaty
CARACAS, VENEZUELA
Diplomats from 148 nations
today began the tedious task of
drafting a global treaty for use
of the oceans.
The United Nations
Conference on the Law of the
Sea suspended public plenary
sessions on Monday after three
weeks of speeches before the
world's biggest international
meeting.
Conference president H. S.
Amerasinghe of Sri Lanka said
115 countries had been heard
from.
The delegates are dividing
into three working committees
to tackle a 100-item agenda
including all aspects of sea law
from territorial limits to
piracy. The conference ends
August 29.
Committee meetings are
private, but Mr. Amerasinghe is
expected to call plenary
sessions as the committees
complete draft resolutions.
There is doubt that the
Caracas conference will be able'
to complete a comprehensive
treaty. Mr. Amerasinghe said
recently it is virtually certain
that another meeting will have
to be held next year in Vienna.
The policy speeches ended
Monday night with an
anti-American blast from
Venezuela, the host country.
Foreign minister Efrain
Schacht Aristeguieta said the
U.S.-controlled Panama Canal
and the zone around it should
"from an integral part of the
sovereignty of the Republic of
Panama."
"This is a situation in which
an adequate dnd balanced
solution should be found as
soon as possible in order to
repair and rectify an incredible
abuse of power against a week
but noble nation of our
continent." he declared
Panama and the Unit-d
States are now negotiating a
new Canal Treaty. (AP)


By NICK KELLY

Nassau branch to tide the
company over until the end of
the year.
"Hopefully the winter
season will carry us from
December through April," Mr.
Ellsworth said today.
With the withdrawal of Pan
American from the
Miami-Nassau service and as-
part of a general
re-organization, Bahamasair
doubled its international
service on the Miami route and
considerably expanded many
of its domestic routes.
According to the company's
managing director, the airline
has carried the number of
passengers it anticipated and
has been able to maintain a full
schedule to Miami.
While there were still empty
seats on flights, Bahamasair
was "fairly happy" with the
number of people travelling as
were the other carries serving
the Bahamas.
"The summer looks good as
far as we are concerned, and if
this carries on through 'he
winter we will be welt ,ne
way to success."
Acknowledging that
Bahamasair still continues to
have problems in some areas,
Mr. Ellsworth said the airline
was well ahead in correcting
these.
"It takes good management
and supervision to get over
these problems and convince
employees that we are in a
service industry. Changing
people's attitudes is not
something that can be done
overnight, but you cannot be
sloppy and irresponsible and
look down your nose at the
travelling public," he declared.
At his first press conference
in late May, Mr. Ellsworth
noted that Bahamasair had
maintained an 84 percent on
time record for the month.
During the first week after its
expanded schedule was
brought in, on time departures
fell to 78 percent.
"This is beginning to climb
up again. From July 1 through
July 14 it was 82.3 percent" he
said.
Next week the company's
third BAC-II will be back on
the Miami-Nassau run after
being taken off for routine
overhaul. The smaller
40-passenger F-227 has been
filling in meantime.
Mr. Ellswort h was
optimistic that once the
airline's teething problems
were ironed out and the public
was sold on its performance
"we should have as good an
airline as any in the world."


d'judge
attorneys have been
persistent in diminishing the
traditions which were "once
held dear and we were so
proud of."
He said this morning that
in all his lifetime around the
courts, he did not know of a
previous occasion when a
Supreme Court judge "has
been so deliberately and
grossly insulted as I was
yesterday.
"I never believed that a
member of this bar would so
flagrantly and so openly
insult a judge of the Bahamas
Supreme Court," he said.
He also said that he did not
feel that the confrontation
yesterday was the result of
anything he had done.
He said that Mr Fountain's
behaviour crossed the area
from discourtesy and
disrespect to contempt.
"This court, however, is
always slow to exercise the
punitive powers vested in it
for an occasion such as this ...
but I do take this
opportunity to warn those
who intend to behave in a
similarly disgraceful manner
that I shall not hesitate to
invole those powers if a
similar occasion shall arise,"
he warned.


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e February 25 murder of Janet Bostwick saying "that
Patricia Whitman at the Jensen shot Whitman when he
port Stone Crab burst into the restaurant
urant, was tied up by a around midnight on.February
mason who knocked him 25 with a .25-calibre pistoi -
the head with a bottle of She said that he ordered
's Rum, a supreme court Shaw, operator of the
ieard today, restaurant, to hand over the
l Charles Kack, third money in the office and was
caution witness in the apprehended, as he attempted
d robbery and murder to leave with $2,393.24 cash.
of Jensen, represented by Jensen. of medium build and
ed that Khe als Duncombe sporting a crew-cut, has
ied that he also asked the pleaded not guilty to the three
ed why he had robbed the offences. He is also charged
irant when they were with possession of a firearm
painted with one another. with intent.
ck said that his friends Attorney Bostwick also told
y Foster, Gino Bacchi the jury, headed by Mr. E.
Shaw, Alain Catillon and Symonette, that "there is no
es Smith who were at matter of partial excuse that
restaurant during the would reduce this offence to
er assisted him in one of manslaughter."
ring Jensen. id Shaw, a key witness in the
stifying of the incident, trial, testified to seeing the
id that they were in the accused come into the
irant on February 25 restaurant wearing a plastic
a masked man entered mask.
door. Also present were He said that he gave Jensen
Whitman and Susan the money because he was
ai. frightened of being shot as
said that they were Whittman was. He also said
g around a table together that he knew the accused for
g drinks and talking at the about eight years and that
and the man walked up to Whittman was his girlfriend.
and raised his hand in the After Jensen had been
evelled it and then fired. subdued and the police
man fell to the floor after contacted, he said he went
hot, he said. with Wittman to the Rand
said that the robber then Memorial Hospital.
red to Shaw and led him lie said that while at the
rd the office. When the hospital, Jensen was brought
er was leaving the into the building under ice
urant with two bags in his escort and while thLre, he
, Kack said he had already asked Jensen why he shot
ioned himself behind a Wittman. "I can't believe you
onard. shot Pat ... if you needed the
Vhen he walked by my money I would have eiven it to
I preceded to smash him you," Shaw said he told
the head with the bottle. Jensen.
gun fell from his hand to lie said Jensen told him he
floor ... we subdued the did not intend to shoot her and
er in a melee that lasted that he did not know it was his
ips 15 to 20 minutes," he girlfriend Wittman. The trial.
heard before Acting Chief
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man to the hospital expected to continuethrough
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Blaze wrecks house


AN early morning fire today
completely destroyed a.-
unoccupied three-room
wooden house on William's
Lane off Kemp Road and
slightly damaged another

Fire officials reported that
they received the alarm at 1:58
a.m. and arrived on the scene
shortly after to find the house
owned by Ella McCartney
engulfed in flames and a


neighboring house owned b)
Seiferd Stuart also burning
They were able to put out
the blae on the Stuart's house
which the damage was
estimated to be at S50. but
they were unable to save the
three-room wooden house
which was valued at S400.
Both buildings were
uninsured and police are still
investigating the cause of the
blaze.


"Conditions one year after
Independence," is the general
topic for discussion tomorrow
night at a mass political rally at
the E.P. Roberts Primary
School on the comer of
Lincoln Boulevard and Balfour
Avenue.
The purpose of the meeting
that is being held by the newly
formed People's Democratic
Party is "to inform the
Bahamian people that things
are not as right as they should
be one year after
Independence," a party
spokesman said.
Mr. Alfred Butler, Leader of
the P.D.P. said that the public
is "cordinally invited to the
meeting to hear various
prominent speakers."


Court row lawyer apologises to insulatee


for camp

THE 24TH ANNUAL
summer camp for boys at
Whale Cay, sponsored by the
Star of the Bahamas began
today with the departure of
the boys for the camp site.
Each of the children was
-p.f.kdrd with a Btble from
Gideons International, while
meal for the journey was
provided by Kentucky Fried
Chicken.
For the next 14 days the
boys will learn the art of
working and playing together.
"The aim of the camp is to
help the youth help
themselves," the national
chairman Mr. Percy Christie
said.
The girl's camp, operated
like that of the boys, will begin
on Saturday July 27 and will
also run for two weeks.
Ms. Janis Cramer Rosen
from Toronto, Canada, who
has had years of experience in
camping, is again assisting the
Star of the Bahamas. Miss
Marion Anderson from Detroit,
will direct the girls' camp.
"It is with regret that The
Star of the Bahamas board of
directors find it necessary to
cut the camp down due to a
shortage of funds arising from
increased costs," Mr. Christie
said.
Contributions would be
gratefully appreciated, he said.
Donations can be sent to The
Star of the Bahamas, Charity
Guide No. 35, P.O. Box 2175,
Nassau.

BOAT FOUND
The Faire E, a 24-foot
sailboat which was reported
missing by Bahamas Air Sea
Rescue Association yesterday
morning, was discovered safe at
Highboume Cay, Exuma
yesterday afternoon.
The boat with passengers
Mr. and Mrs Donald Kester,
was feared missing after it
failed to arrive at Highboume
Cay on schedule.

PERMITS
THROUGH a typographical,
error it was incorrectly stated
in last night's Tribune that
2911 work permit applications
for labourers were submitted
to Immigration during 1973.
This figure should have been
291.


-ELEVEN

ROAD

ACCIDENTS

IN DAY
THE PO LICE traf.
Department reported I traffic
mishaps over the past 24 hours,
resulting in three persons being
injured and discharged from
the hospital.
At 12 a.m yesterday,
Donnie Miller. a six-year-old
boy of Ferguson Street, was
reportedly knocked down by
car number NPH 40. driven by
Lucien Laffiette of Young
Street
Miller, a pedestrian, was
taken to the Princes Margaret
Hospital where he was treated
for minor injuries and
discharged.
At 1 p.m. yesterday, police
also reported that during a
sudden downpour of rain, a
tour car number 50 drive' '
Hilton Ferguson of 'i
Elder Gardens and tu,,.k
number 4935 driven by
Whitfield Munroe, collided on
John F. Kennedy Drive.
Ferguson and Johnny Curtis,
a passenger in the car with him
was taken to the hospital with
minor injuries where they were
treated and discharged.
Whitfield, the driver of the
truck was not injured. Both
vehicles were extensively
damaged.

Boys leave


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JUSTICE THOMPSON
A warning


Unified control of sea's

resources urged at talks


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2_ THE TRIBUNE -Tuelsay, July 16,1974


REBELS SWORN IN

But Makarios broadcasts: I'm alive


GREECE
GETS
BLAME
WASHINGTON The
United States is blaming
Greece for the coup d'etat in
Cyprus and Washington's
displeasure with events in the
island-republic have been
made known in unmistake-
able terms in Athens.
Senior American officials,
acknowledging this in private
talks, maintained the official
line announced on Monday
that the United States wants
Cyprus to remain inde-
pendent and expects all other
countries to respect its
sovereignty.
Makarios, American
observers believe, is
supported by some 80 per
cent of Greek Cypriotes -
many of them possessing
firearms and familiar with
guerrilla-type operations.
The National Guard, led by
650 Greek officers from the
mainland, which claims to
have ousted Makarios, is too
small to subdue the
pro-Makarios .populace,
consisting mainly of a. curious
melange: conservative
-" lagers and disciplined
Communists.


CYPRUS RADIO said five
members of a new rebel
government on the
Mediterranean island were
sworn in today before Nicholas
Sampson, who claims to have
been named President of
Cyprus after a National Guard
coup against Archbishop
Makarios.
No prime minister was
named.
The first minister named by
the broadcast, monitored in
Beirut, Lebanon, was Foreign
Minister Dimitriou Dimes.
Others included Interior
Minister Dimitriok Pahdelis
and Justice Minister Eramides
Kostas.
The radio said A. Kiriakos
was named Minister of Socialist
Affairs and Parixinos Andreas
was named Minister with
Special Functions.
Other members of the
government will be named
later, the radio said.
Another broadcast said
certain grocery stores in
Cypriot cities will be opened
from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. so
citizens can buy essential
goods, but no alcoholic
beverages.
It said otherwise the total
ban on movement of people
and vehicles remains in effect.
In London, a British Foreian


Office spokesman said
information from Cyprus
indicated sporadic shooting
was still going on.
The spokesman said Britain
still recognizes Makarios as
President of Cyprus. The
statement indicated Britain

LATE FLASH: Britain's
Foreign Secretary James
Callaghan told Parliament
Makarios has been given
permission to enter
Britain's sovereign base
areas on Cyprus.

does not propose to have any
dealings with the organizers of
the military uprising and that
Britain's influence will be
directed toward a restoration
of the authority of the
Makarios government.


But this policy of support is
likely to stop short of any
military intervention.
The army rebels on Cyprus
reported they were rounding
up armed supporters of
Makarios, but the Archbishop
was reported alive and
broadcasting an appeal to
America and Russia to help the
Cypriot people resist the coup.
"I am still alive. The coup
has not succeeded because the
people of Cyprus are strongly
resisting the usurpers," said a
statement in English broadcast
by a station which said it was
transmitting from the Cypriot
town of Paphos.
The broadcast said Makarios
accused the Greek government
of instigating the coup because
it wants to annex the island.


The statement charged that
the 950-man Greek army
garrison stationed on Cyprus in
accordance with the. 1959
Independence agreement
cooperated with the Army
rebels in the coup.
The broadcast said Makarios
vowed: "I shall devote all my
energies to liberate the people
of Cyprus. We shall never
submit to dictatorship."
Meanwhile, the Army rebels
claimed they had arrested
1,200 members of Makarios'
tactical reserve force, including
its commander.
Turkish premier Bulent
Ecevit charged today that
Greece is guilty of intervention
in Cyprus and of violating the
status quo of the island as an
independent state.


Television host dies


after 'live' shooting


SARASOTA, Florida
Television talk show host Chris
Chubbuck wrote her own
death script and carried it out
by putting a gun to her head
and pulling the trigger as
viewers watched. The


29-year-old anchorwoman died
in a hospital 14 hours later.
Her handwritten, blood-
spattered newscript read:
'Today Chris Chubbuck shot
herself during a live
broadcast."
The story she had scrawled
in longhand was found on the
desk where she sat Monday and
clamly announced to viewers
what she said was a television
first:
"In keeping with Channel
40's policy of bringing you the
latest in blood and guts and in
living colour you are going to
see another first attempted
suicide."
Then, within seconds, she
reached into a shopping bag
behind her desk, pulled out a
.38 calibre revolver, fired a
single shot and slumped
forward.
Following the incident, the
Rarasota sheriff's office and
station WXLT were swamped
with calls from viewers who


could not believe the shooting
had been real and asked if it
were some sort of prank.
Last week, Miss Chubbuck
jokingly hinted to colleagues
that she was contemplating
suicide. No one took her
seriously. Coworker Rob Smith
said she told him, "wouldn't it
be neat if I were to take the
gun, pull it out on the air, live
and in living colour, and blow
myself away."
"I thought at the time it was
just a bad joke and changed the
subject," Smith said.
Her mother said Miss
Chubbuck, recently named
public affairs director at the
station, was "terribly, terribly
depressed. She said that
constantly. She had no close
friends. She was very sensitive.
She tried. She'd say, 'Hi, how
are you, won't you have some
coffee?' They'd say, 'no.'"
Mrs. Chubbuck said her


daughter had been
psyc'"atric care. (AP)


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WASHINGTON U.S. intelligence analysts believe India and
Argentina are prime candidates to develop nuclear weapons.


"The world is his oyster...


Mitchell's Creek Gardens is his home"'


International banker and financier Jean Doucet was among the
first to buy a home at Mlitchell's Creek Gardens in the Cayman Islands.
"Well, just look at the facts", says Doucet. Cayman is just
one hour by air out of NIiami... the home of the friendliest
people in all the world . a stable British Crown Colony by choice . .
and the world's leading tax haven by destiny.
"This is an island paradise, and a home here, where there are no
real estate taxes for an individual
or a corporation is worth its weight ."
in gold." .'


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Kecent intelligence reports
suggest the United States is
watching both countries for
signs of atomic weapon
preparation.
Some senior U.S. military
officers scoff at India's
desclaimer of any intentions to
produce nuclear weapons.
India exploded its first nuclear
device two months ago, saying
it was designed for peaceful
purposes such as earth-moving.
One intelligence report said
more than 30 Indian officers at
their country's national
defence college have urged that
India develop nuclear weapons,
arguing that national security
requires it. The report also
described senior Indian
military officers in agreement.
In the western hemisphere,
U.S. intelligence analysts said
Argentina soon will be in
position to develop nuclear
weapons.
They noted that Argentina's
first nuclear-power reactor,
built by a German firm, has
gone into operation


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tube

babies
LONDON A British
doctor's claim that babies
were conceived in test tubes
and then placed in their
mothers' wombs raised
confusion and doubt in
British medical circles today.
Dr. Douglas Bevis. a
professor" of obstetrics and
gynaecology at the University
of Leeds, said three babies
had been conceived in this
way, one of them in Britain.
Bevis said eggs were taken
from the mother, fertilized
with male sperm and replaced
in the womb. He reported the
pregnancies and the babies
were normal.
Bevis personally was not
involved in the three cases,
but claimed knowledge of
them. He refused to give the
names of the doctors, parents
or children involved.
Since he made the claim no
other scientist had come
forward to corroborate it. His
secretary said Bevis was back
at work in Leeds, inundated
with telephone calls and
refusing to talk to the press.
Two of Britain's leading
experts in the field expressed
doubts and concern about the
claim.
One of them, Dr. Patrick
Steptoe, said: "I am
astounded that Prof. Bevis
should have made this
statement. As far as I know
no one in this country or
anywhere else has yet
succeeded in this technique.
Steptoe has been working
for five years on the problems
of fertilizing eggs outside the
womb.

Former

minister

killed


BUENOS AIRES Former
Interior Minister Arturo Mor
Roig was assassinated
yesterday by unidentified men.
He was shot while dining with
friends at a restaurant, police
sources said.
He was the first high former
government figure killed by
presumed terrorists in
Argentina this year.
Mor Roig was Minister of
Interior under the regime of
President Alejandro Lanusse
that surrendered government
to Peronists in May 25, 1973
after free elections.
The sources said that several
unidentified men descended
from a car at a restaurant in
San Justo, west of the city's
boundaries, and opened fire.
Mor Roig was killed almost
instantaneously.
Mor Roig was a former head
of the Radical Civic Union
Party (UCR).


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of Tokyo.
Police in Nagoya said nine
officers had made their way
aboard the plane in an effort to
capture the armed hijacker.
Eight crew members were
aboard the Japan airlines DC8
when it was seized on a flight
from Osaka to Tokyo, and
their fate was not immediately
known. One crewman earlier
had been reported wounded
while the plane was held by the
hijacker at Tokyo airport.
Police said the hijacker
appeared to be in his
mid-twenties and was carrying
a knife with a six-inch blade.
He seized control of the
Japan Airlines DC8 Monday
night about 15 minutes after
the plane took off on a
domestic flight to Tokyo.
Reports from Nagoya said
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stewardess had opened an
emergency door of the aircraft
while the hijacker was in the
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he demanded that a former
Red Army radical leader be
freed from jail and that tie
two' of them be flown o
Northern Korea.
Negotiations went on
almost four hours at Tokyo's
international airport and his
demands were not met.
The plane then took off
suddenly without clearance
and with only about one hour's
fuel and authorities said it was
believed heading back to
Osaka. However, it landed at
Nagoya where, after more
negotiations, a tanker truck
began to refuel it.
A Japan Airlines spokesman
in Tokyo said the hijacker
"seems to be ignorant" of what
had happened, referring to the
passengers making their way
from the plane.
He said it appeared that the
hijacker had been in the pilot's
cabin with the door to the
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Sbt tribune
NuumnS ADCrus Ju a IN VENA MAMcItM
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publimser/Editor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH,O.B.E., K.C.S.G. D.LItt., LL.D.
Publiaee/Edltor 1917.1972
Contributfni Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B..
Publiaher/Edtror 1972 -

EDITORIAL


Just a little mistake,


By ETIENNE DUPUCH
(This is the second article I am writing in a series on small
errors that are now being made with increasing speed in high
places in these islands)
Some of the most extraordinary things have been happening in
this little country of ours in recent weeks which might explain
why ... in spite of all,the new taxes and the multiple millions of
dollars borrowed by the government ... even Prime Minister
Pindling now admits that very little ... if anything ... is left in the
"kitty". As Old Mother Hubbard would say: "The cupboard is
bare." And so the poor people must go hungry unless the banks
respond to Mr. Carlton Francis' appeal to shell out more money
to keep P.L.P. extravagance well oiled.

One day ... quite suddenly and unexpectedly .. political rebel
Oscar Johnson (P.L.P. Cat Island) held a press conference in a
room in the House of Assembly.
So that the world would know he wasn't joking he brought out
all his reinforcements, as was seen in a picture published in The
Tribune.
With him was his wife and all their children. And you could see
from the expressions on their faces that the) were in battle
mood.
What Mr. Johnson wanted to tell the world was that his
colleague Lockinvar Lockhart (P.L.P. Senator) had accused him
of stealing public money. He didn't like it because he wanted the
world to know that he was an honest man.
Apparently what Mr. Lockhart had said was that Mr. Johnson
had his hand on a big pile of money $200.000 to $300,000 ...
no less ... that belonged to the public
That's such a big pile of money no ordinary single hand should
be aole to cover it. It wasn't clear whether Mr. Lockhart felt that
Mr. Johnson used both hands to cover the alleged loot.
Mr. Johnson said he didn't do it and I am not disputing his
word ... but for true, true, as we have all come to learn, some
politicians have big hands ... and big eyes too.
Anyway the next day Mr. Lockhart came back at Mr. Johnson
in the press to say that he (Lockhart) was an honest man.
But Mr. Johnson made his position clear. They were all in the
same party boat. He was being crowded and so he called on Mr.
Pindling to throw Lockhart out of tht boat. No less a person than
Mr. Pindling himself had warned his followers if they can't fish or
cut bait they had better get to hell out of the boat. Now Mr.
Johnson wanted action on the P.M.'s words.

Interesting things do happen.
No less a person than Mr. Pindling himself declared that it was
his duty to take care of his boys. If there were bids on a contract,
he said, and one of his boys' bids was the highest, he would get it
because he was entitled to a bite of the Square Deal cake.
Remember" Mr. Pindling said this ... not us!
I suppose this is the reason why, when old Mother Hubbard
went to the cupboard, she found it was bare.
Anyway ... Beverley Brice had had the contract for printing the
Telephone Directory for a long time.
When the P.L.P. got into power Mr. Johnson blossomed out as
a printer and, without calling for tenders, he was given the
contract for the Directory.
This man is surprisingly versatile because soon it was also
discovered that hie was a building contractor. No one would have
known this except for the vigilance of The Tribune.
The Ministry of Works, under the Hon. Clement Maynard
awarded a contract to a new local company for the erection of
buildings in the prison compound. Tenders had not been called
for this work. It was clearly a case of a handout to one of the
boys.
A man by the name of Clyde Finlayson turned up at the
signing of the contract and The Tribune got a picture of the
.ceremony.
With a little digging we revealed that Finlayson was an
employee of Mr. Oscar Johnson.
The whole thing had been wrongly done. Mr. Maynard had
signed up with the wrong man. It had to be done all over again ...
this time with Mr. Johnson.
In the meantime, it was reported that someone had got his
hand on some of the contract money and had flown to the U.S.
... never to return?


Now don't misunderstand me. I hope I have made myself
perfectly clear because the men in government are very sensitive
and jumpy these days ... like Pontius Pilate Hanna, for instance,
who seemed to think that two official letters published in The
Tribune on the Ministry of Works pipes affair might have pointed
an accusing finger at his unblemished Cabinet colleague Simeon
Bowe.
I am not suggesting that there is anything wrong with any of
these transactions ... just one of those little mistakes ... you know
wrat I mean. A little mistake.
Mr. Johnson declared before heaven that he was an lionest man
And his accuser, Mr. Lockhart, also held his hands up to another
part of heaven and declared that he too was an honest man. They
swore before the same God ... and so they must assuredly both be
honest men.
What's that again? Please repeat it, I didn't understand it the
first time. It is a little confusing, you know. Only one thing is
clear ... these arc honest men.

Another little mistake came out the other day when The
Tribune brought out a story revealing that the Hon. Clement
Maynard's Ministry of Tourism had allegedly signed a contract to
pay a TV company $1,500 a month not to include in their
filming of the picture "Salty" anything dirty about the country
and the political boys.
The next morning The Guardian rushed into print branding
this story as a lie. The Guardian story stated that the agreement
was that the Ministry would help them get work permits if they
didn't film anything unsavoury about the islands and the
politicians. This was just another form of bribery, of course,
,although The Guardian didn't seem to realize it.
It is really amazing how The (Gianiaon rushes into print to
cover up for the government. Remember how in 1969 they
backed the government on the Powers and Privileges Bill in which
press and other public freedoms were being assailed.
The foreign press came to our aid and so we managed to win
that issue. Were it not for that the press in the Bahamas would no
longer be free to print the truth, nor would anyone be able to
speak the truth on public platforms if it displeased any of the tin

I suppose that's the way The Guardian continues to get wide
open contracts from the government without having to compete


GIVES CREDIT WHERE


EDITOR The Tribune,
I would like to thank
Daphne Wallace Whitfield for
her very kind and interesting
write up in the July 11 th Town
and Around. However, I hastnn
to correct perhaps a
erroneous impression and to
give credit where credit is di'',
While I did indeed do "all
the actual work" of writing
and mounting the exhibition
Towards Independence, Land-
marks in Bahamian History, I
would like to point
out that there are three other
exhibitions in the same
museum building at Jumbey
Village as well and that the
overall planning was most
efficiently conducted by Mrs.
Gail Saunders, Government
Archivist, while Mr. Clement
Bethel saw to the nhvsical
readiness and severity of the
buildings themselves. Both
these tasks involved a
considerable amount of work.
The other exhibitions of the
gifts of independence, of
historical artifacts and
photographs and paintings
and of documents to do witn
slavery are excellently done,
respectively by Mr Horace
Wright and Miss June Maura of
the Ministries of Fducation and
Culture and External Affairs,
the Bahamas Historical Society
under the direction of Mrs.
Florence Pyfrom, and the
Public Records Office, under
the direction of Mrs. Gail


EDITOR. The Tribune,
Well. look like 't ain't only
d' FNM saying' d' Prime
Minister ought-a tell d'
people how t'mings stan'. J'
peoples dem commencin' t'
complain dey self. Errybody
want know d' fact, 'cause it
look like d' craft so leaky she
might-a go down.
But people doan know d'
problem d' Prime Minister get
on he han' nowadays. T'ings
change. Once on a time, it only
take one policeman t' take care
o' d' Prime Minister house:
look-a how dat change. D' man
get plenty different things now
t' study 'bout he ain't had in
1967.
It take time t' prepear a
speech t' tell people how things
stan'. Das why Ah wonder if d'
Prime Minister would-a like
muh t' fix up one speech he
could-a read off t' d' peoples, if
Missa Bettel would-a let him
use he stashun. D' speech Ah
would-a prepear wjuld-a go dis
way:
"Muh fella Bahamians. Ah
know yinna could-a 'member
coupl-a days 'fore d' 1967
election we did tell y' say, D'
Egyptians y' see now, y' better
take a good look, 'cause dis d'
las' go 'round. Yes, sir, dis d'
las' sight roll. When y' hear
from dem rascal agin, dey go'
be long gone.
"Den, y' could-a 'member
we tell y' say, d' deal we is
riggin' up for erry Bahamian t'
get piece o' d' action, dat was
d' Square Deal.
"On top o' all dat, we tell y',
say, "keep y' eye up dere
where Bahamasair s'pose t' be
an'let y'foot do d'rest. 'course
y' know, dem days d' road
ain't look like d' backyard on
d' moon, full o' cavehole, so y'
ain't had no trouble steppin'
out like y' get stiff-neck.
"Well, a heap o' traffic gone
o'er d' bridge since den, an' Ah
starting' t' wish now 't ain't
never was no bridge, all d'
problem it indirectly make for
dis gub'ment.


Saunders.
It has been a great pleasure
for me to work along with Mrs
Saunders whose Public Records
Office is a model of pleasant
efficiency. I would like to take
this opportunity to acknow-'
ledge her work as well as the
foresight of a government
which saw fit to establish an
archives department in the
Bahamas
And while we are on the
subject of giving credit where
credit is due, what about the
architutis who designed the
excellent new buildings and the
Bahamian artists whose work
was so well displayed in them?
Ii was a pleasure to mount an
extubition in the exciting and
well proportioned interior
en vironmint created by
Donald Cartiright and
Associates And the art
exhibition arranged by Mr.
James Rollc of the Cultural
Affairs division of the Ministry
of Education and Culture is an
excellent illusl ration of how
the Bahamas has begun to
produLe artists who could
achieve intcmational recog-
nition There ire not many
sincerely "naive" painters left
like Amos Ferguson and his. as
well a; Max Taylor's work
could well be promoted
internationally rhe distinct


"l.ott: people saying dese
days. tings tiulf But it nni
own personal .,pinion dat
t'ing., jin' never been half as
good les look ad ,' number o'
banquets y' hearing' 'bout. 'fore
1967, people did use t' have
supper. An' when y' ever hear
'bout s' many Bahamian buying'
big house, an' hotel an'
business, dey ain't had tree
cents t' rub g'inst one anudder
five years ago?
"It is muh own, personal
opinion, all dis tawk 'bout
things tuff is jes FNM
proper-gander. Dem an' some
traitor y' might-a hear 'bout,
Ah doan want call no name.
But Ah can't waste N' time an
muh own talking' 'bout da
kind-a riff-raff.
'Now, 'bout all dem things
we did tell y' 'bout in d'
beginning Ah sure y' could-a
see d' Egyptians gone. True. d'
Philistine jump right in t take
dey place, an' lately dey bin
getting' some support from
coupl-a gang o' heathen want
make trouble an' get erryt'mg
in a uproar.
"But, miih fella Bahamian.
Ah want tell y' 't ain't a t'ing t'
worry 'bout. Ah guess y' hear
by dis time 'bout d' new
emergencyy Power Bill we riggin'
tip t' take care o' all dese
junkanoo want make riot an"
mutiny an' all kind-a palaver.
Doan yinna say nuttin'. Let
'em go 'head. Dey hollermn'
'bout 't ain't no job. We get all
kind-a job waiting' for 'em little
way out past Blanco Bleach.
Let 'emr keep it up till we get
dis Bill all straighten out. All
dem go wish dey was born bull
frog an' foul-snake meet em.
"Den, Ah all d' time hearing'
people ain't get no brain talking'
'bout d' Square Deal. But dis is
one geometric bigger 't ain't
errybody could-a understand.
Jcs 'cause we call it d' Square
Deal, errybody t'ink it gotta be
big 'nuff t' take in erry'ting
from Walkers Cay t' Inagua.
Nothin' could be further from


in a public tender.
As you know The Guai'didin is lorcign-owned so why in the hell
should they care!
Anyway, The Guardian's support must have put more than
the usual brass in the face of the Ministry because the next laiv
they branded this story in The Tribune as a bunch of nonsense
and rubbish.
But they had all reckoned without The Tribune. Our reporter
had dug this information up in the files of the court in a suit
being brought against the TV compaury that is filming "Salty".
A signed, scaled, dated and properly documented affidavit
outlining this alleged contract with the Ministry of Tourism bears
the offici I stamp of the court.
After years of experience of how little accidents in which
evidence disappears in this country of honest people ... our
reporter took the precaution to secure a photostatic copy of the
document which we have securely locked away in a secret place
in one of the banks.
Once again there seems to have been a little mistake. It now
appears that the Ministry signed with the wrong company, and so,
if any money was paid out under this contract ... it went to the
wrong people,
Whether or not any money was paid out under this alleged
agreement is not particularly relevant to ith issue. The document
filed in court makes the intention clear.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
There was a crooked man and he went a crooked mile.
He found a crooked sixpence against a crooked stile, He
bought a crooked cat which caught a crooked mouse.
And they all lived together in a little crooked house. -
NURSERY RHYME.


development of an original
talent can be seen in a number
of other artists' work. from
Homer Williams to Brent
Malone
Finally I would like to say
how honoured I feel to have
been able to design ar.d mount
a national exhibition and to
thank those who asked me to
rcs'arch t11 in the earls stages,
notable. Miss Telhena Coakley
,f the Curriculum Division of
ith Ministry of Education and
Culture, Mr. Fd Mo. Mrs. Fdna Minava and Mr.
F mmett Johnson, both
formerly of the Ministry of
Education and Culture as well
as th,.se who asked me more
re,.entI to Lomnpletc the
Commission by mounting the
exhibition, from the Minister
ot Education and Culture to
Mr Clement Bethel as
chairman of the Museum
Committee
ELIZABETH NATHANIELS.
GREEK FASHIONS
(CRF'tK designer Thomas
KrLArtcsi, will huld a showing
of hi% fashions at the Polaris
Hall of the liolidal Inn 8-30
p.m. Saturday.
The evening will alsu feature
G(reek LoneiC and wines Part
pr',,eeds are in aid of the
Ranfurly Homes lor Children


J' irin
\n J' truth is mih lella
Bahamians. d' Square Deal. like
errs udder kind-a deal. haddy
it irl Ironi i .1 ulicd Look-.i
what Standard Oil start from.
An' D' Bahamas Radio
Network. Well, das d' way d'
Square Deal did haddy start.
Ai how many idea like Jis one
y' ever hear 'bout before?
First, it only get space "quff for
jes a coupl-a special people.
Den couple more as d' right
people come 'long. But it
growing' all d' time an* one day
it go' be big 'nuff for you t' get
in. If y' still here.
'nudder t'ing people can't
understand is how y' could-a
look up an' moo' 'long But,
in ih Iila B iiinah mania s, it .il1 de.e


CREDIT IS DUE


Ungrateful man


FOX HILL

LIBRARY
EDITOR, The Tribune,
I would like very much for
you to publish this letter
directed to the Honourable
Livingstone Coakley in
connection with the Fox Hill
Public Library.
The people of Fox Hill are
very much concerned about
the slack way in which the
financial affairs of the Library
are being run.
I am not a member of any
party, but the way the
government needs money to do
so many things, more concern
should be given to the spending
of government funds in the
Fox Hill Public Library. The
Fox Hill people supported the
Government in the last
election, and these same people
have asked for an investigation
into the entire operations of
the Library
I have nothing against Mr
Prescott Davis, chairman of the
Library Committee, personally.
We attend the same church,
but the people want to know
what's going on, Mr. Coakley,
and we look forward to hearing
from you
CHRISTOPHER TOOTE.


kindling's way !

people raisin' can 'bout tings Hatian, das go be fifty t'ousan'
tuff would-a look up. dey job waiting Now where t'ink
wouldn't-a see all d' things dey errybody ought-a look"
say dey see When y' looking' "So jes keep y' eye on d
up. y' ain't got time for all dis bal' Doan pay no attention
ruckshun, an' y' ain't get y' when y' hear 'bout bank closing'
mind all flusterated an' y' down. Y' gub'ment know what
vexation jook up. How y' t'ink it doing An' why.
we in d' Square Deal could-a "On d' international front,
manage t keep ,o cool? It Paul down dere in Carackus
'cause we is looking' up while seeing' what he could-a do t
errybody else is looking' round. enlarge d' Bahamas. Unca Sam
"An' das, mainly, how things want give him little trouble,
stan'. Coupl-a people, mebbe, seen' how dey brain can't
find it little difficulty right funkshun like Paul own, but
now. but from where Ah Ah could 'pend on Paul t'
setting' things looking' like piece pra-pra Unca Sam when d'
o' pound ca!ce wrap up in a sufflin' start.
fifty-dollar note. Ah done tell "So like Missa Bettel say,
y' say, ten t'ousan' jobs waiting' das d' wayjit is, an' far as Ah
for anybody want 'em An' could-a see, das d' way it
when we done run out all dese go'stay al dway. I,
'mUif lv AM-


wouldn't let me be 9WSO* :
understudy and he taiml 'S ,m
a Bahamian.
I have other information =(^ 'of 3
similar heart reading at
but I could not bear to hav
so many copies of outar attOW
daily journals stall dd b -y ".
honest Bahamian teas. Just
send half a million dollars to
my private Swiss Account
and I'll keep my mouth sdmt
(at least until the next ti tM I
run short of funds!).
Your truest friend.
ALOYSIUS IGNATIUS
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As Brother Wilkinson has
had reason to publicly
comment on your
ingratitude, I feel that I
might be able to do myself a
bit of good by joining the
wolf-pack and giving my tale
of woe.
We've always been close since
my second cousin's sister's
mother's child brought our
families so near in 1966,
when she served you a
hamburger in Mayaguana
(remember L.O.?) Yet, even
after I opened your car door
in 1972, you still put Mil"
Butler on top f
Government Hill. instead of
yours truly What shameful
treatment!
I have studied through many
years of blood, sweat and
tears, to be the best road
sweeper in the whole of the
Bahamas (three years of
hard labour at the University
of Fox Hill') And now, what
do I find the Ministry of
Works is filled by another
man' Lynden. how could
you?
My wife, that treasure ...
it's her popular Bay Street
wholesale business that
keeps the tourists coming ...
again and again; but, you
didn't make her a Dame or a
President of the Senate!
I have paid my hard earned
money (Cheque No 1131
007.) to see every Sidney
Poitier film. but. after all
that vast experience you


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I th we would write thank-you notetothe pe who
handed us money, go to the bar, and hand them the thank-
you notes just like they handed us the money. My husband
Sthinksif we do this,.we will be as ignorant as they're. I
think we are being nicer to them than they deserve by
thanking them at all.
What do you think? HURT
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refuse their gifts, you should acknowledge them
properly-In writing, and through the asil.
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OFFICE WITH PAT: I think that whatever an adult does
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Barclays Bank International
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announced that its subsidiary o
Barclays Bnk of New York,,
has recently purchased First,
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The purchase of this bank,
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4 THE TRIBUNE -Tutday, July 1E, 1974


By Abigail Van Buren
o 1M94 I CWe Tribe-N. Y. News sn$"., iln.
DEAR ABBY: Perhaps mine is a unique problem, yet I
think nOt. My wife complains constantly that I never do
anything around the house.She says: "The people next door
work together, painting. gnwlening, etc. and their place
looks great. You never do a thing around here, and our place
looks like a dump. All you want to do is play golf, or bring
home extra work from the office." And she is right.
The reason I never do anything around the house is this:
I once brought some paint home to paint a room, and she
criticized the color. I started to work in the yard and she
said: "Quit that-you are making a mess!" Frankly, no
matter what I do, she finds fault with it. The golf course is
pleasant and quiet. And when I'm doing work I bring home
from the office, at least she doesn't yell at me.
I have complimented her on her cooking, the way she
looks, her housekeeping, and everything I can think of, but
she never even says: "Thanks."
I doubt if this could be of any help to me if it were printed.
However, there must be other readers who could improve
their family relations immensely by just learning to express
a little warm, sincere appreciation. Thanks.
A GOLF WIDOW'S GOLFER
DEAR GOLFER: I score your advice a birdie after a
good recovery from a common marital trap!
DEAR ABBY: Am I being unreasonable? My husband's
part collie dog is 19 years old. He is deaf, and nearly blind,
can hardly use his back legs, and has lost control of his
bowels. I have to clean up after him all the time. He whines,
cries and barks during the night and I have to get up and let
him out.
My husband is a sound sleeper and nothing disturbs him. I
have begged him to take this dog to the vet to be put to
sleep, but he says: "No! I suppose when I get sick you will
want to put ME to sleep, too."
Abby, this is my second marriage and I want it to last,
but I have had it with this dog of his.
I know if the dog could talk, he would beg to be put out of
his misery. Please advise me. DOG TIRED
DEAR TIRED: I'm with you. It's cruel to let the animal
suffer. If your husband insists that you are wrong, get the
vet's opinion. I'll bet he votes with us.
DEAR ABBY: I was recently married. My husband and I
invited 200 people to our wedding reception; 140 said they
were coming, so we put all the money we had into this
wedding reception. Only 55 showed up. After the reception,
my husband and I went to a local bar for a drink. About 30
of the people who accepted but didn't show up were at this
bar. They gave us some money (with no cards) as a


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THE TRIBUNE -Tuesday, July 16, 1974


NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that MISS MARY E. MISSICK of
P.O. Box 2169, Freeport, Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a titny aof The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and strqned statement of
the facts within twentyeight days from the 16th 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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NEW YORK "Whatever
Prime Minister Manley may
preterd, sanctity of contract
is an absolute; lacking such
asurance nobody in his right
mind will put a penny in
Jamaica," Barrton's Magazine
mid Monday.-
The influential financial
weekly says in an editorial
commentary that "Jamaica is
one of 65 countries which
signed and ratified the
convention on the settlement
of investment disputes


JAMAICA RAPPED BY US. MAGAZINE


between states and nationals
of other states; under the
auspices 'of the WorM Bank
the signatories seven years
ago created the ICSID.
However the Manley
government (which freely
concedes having broken its
contracts with the aluminum
producers) citing a dubious
technicality, has rejected the


centre's good offices."
Barron's, whose arttlee
frequently **ve a meaoe
impact on the seek price of
companies it writes about,
notes that "On word of
Jamaica's MlOa, iaisminum
shares, asrong earli this year
on proqspes of glittering
results, pluged 26 to 30 per
cent from thenolhs."


The weekly says that as
regards the Jamaican
government's action "word is
getting around. In their
weekly intelligence for June
11 S.J. Rundt and Associates,
knowledgeable consultants on
international business,
warned that investors
contemplating ventures in
Jamaica, whatever the nature


of their planned operations,
may do well to wait and see."
"As to the aluminum
producers, they seem to be
temporarily trapped; perhaps
half of all the ore used by
industry, which can't be
replaced overnight, comes
from Jamaica.
Longer term, however, the
producers have a major


incentive to look fo'.
mbttueed aitubes. Jeaip e .
uan baxite bm at
Gulf port osw m. 440'
dollars a M ,-
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but JmiaMur .u .'.
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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LUIS ROBERTO REYNOSO
of Freeport Grand Bahama is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 16th 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 JOHN HAMMACOTT of Palm
Beach Apts. Freeport 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 16th 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 APOSTOLOS
KONSTANTAKIS of Petty's Long Island is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 16th day of
July 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that I, ODILE JOSEPH of Port De
Paix Haiti is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen
of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why naturalisation should not be granted should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 16th day of July 1974 toThe
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box.N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that JUDITH COPLIN BASSETT
of Freeport, Hawksbill 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 16th day of July 1974
to I he Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau,
Bahamas.




NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that JOYCE TIVY of Dodge 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 16th day of July 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that IRENE PRISCILLA
MALLORY of Frith Lane, 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 16th 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 PETER LAWRENCE TIVY of
Dodge 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 16th day of July 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P.O 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.


NOTICE

NOTICE Is hereby given that ANNA JULIA NELSON of
Young St Nassau is applying to the Minister responsible for
Nationality and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of
The Bah4mas, 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 16th day of July 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationallt' and Citizenship
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N.3002, Nassau.


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THE TRIBUNE -- Tuesday, July 16, 1974


$5,000 cheque


for high


school fund


REV. THOMAS Abraham,
(plotured) a Jew from
Southern India, who has
become a full Gospel
Pentecostal mainiter, will be
speaking at St. Paul's Baptist
Church, Bias Street from
Monday, July 14 to Friday,
July 19, starting e.ch night at
7:30 p-m.


Ms. Jeri Woodyard, a member of the AUTEC RCA Employees' Combined Charities Committee, presents a check for $5000
to James L. Thompson, chairman of the Central Andros High School Committee to help build a high school on Andros
Island.



It's in the bag....

CLEAN-UP GANGS CLEAR MARSH HARBOUR


By BRUCE WOOLLEY
ABACO 1 hey have now
disappeared, but very recently
there have been hundreds

Toica


of brown plastic garbage bags
to be seen at about 20-yard
intervals along the verges of
Marsh Harbour's roads and
streets.
Investigation showed that
the bags were filled with litter
that nad been collected all over
town by boys and girls and
adults of all ages intent on a
real civic "Spring Cleaning" in


NOTICE
NOtrIC is hereby given that JUDITH ANGELLA GREEN
of St. Margaret 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 9th day of July
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that IVANHOE CHERRINGTON
of Gibbs Corner, P. 0. Box 2052 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 9th day of July 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTILt is hereby jiven that ZEPHORAH ELIZABETH.
CASH of MI Collough Corner, Nassau, Bahamas is applying
to the Mt i ster responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
for rejistration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person iwh knows iny reason why registration should not
be gJafnted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty eiqht days from the 9th day of July
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministrv of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassaui




NOTICE
NOTICE I is hereby given that MILLICENT DELROSE
GRAN1I it Nassau is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationalihty and Citizenship, for registration as a citizen
of The tihamas, and that any person who knows any
reason why i registration should not be granted should send a
written and signed statement of the facts within
twent-y eiiht days from the 9th day of July 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that VIOLET GIBSON of the Base
Road, New Providence is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship for registration
as a citizen of the Bahamas and that any person who knows
any reason why registration should not be granted should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eidht days from the 9th day of July, 1974 to The
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship
Ministry of Home Affairs P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ASTONY PIERRE of Kemp
Road Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 16th day of
July 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


their town.
In advance of the clean-up
gangs, several cutlass-wielding
brush cleaners were at work.
This whole movement is
reported to have been started
by private, expatriate sources:
But everybody has pitched in
with support: Commissioner
Spencer, Abaco Businessmen's
Association, Rotary Club,
schools and churches.
The only public funds used
in this whole campaign have
been the very modest Board of
Public Works cost of using
their trash and garbage truck
for pick-up of the litter bags.
A taxi driver, meaning to
assist in the drive to beautify
the Airport Road which
connects Marsh Harbour
International Airport with the
settlement, did a fine job of
burning off the brush on the
verges of that highway.
Unfortunately, the fire
spread a little farther than
anticipated, but the Marsh
Harbour Fire Department was
easily able to bring this under
control.
Next, an orange post hole
digging truck made a number
of excavations along the verges.
This was followed by a woman
in a turquoise pickup truck
who planted bare sticks in each
hole. The recent rains have
brought Poinciana leaves to
these sticks.
A retired engineer and a
local agricultural expert
followed up this project with
fertilizer, insecticides and,
mainly, tender loving care, to
line Airport Road with
flowering shrubbery.
Alongside the Airport Road
are ditches and long, narrow
ponds that were dug out by the
earth movers who built the
highway. These filled with
water but had no ecology to
begin with.
Now, thanks to teachers and
others conscious of nature and
its proper balance, you can see
I lily pads, gold fish, water
hyacinths along with the cat
tails, frogs and red wing


Another improvement near
the airport will be the
completion shortly of a
restaurant-lounge at the-airport
itself.
The Board of Public Works
has been supplying family
dwelling places with 55-gallon
drums for their trash and
garbage. Dogs upset these
easily and contribute
immensely to the general litter.
One man's solution to this
seems to be the cheapest and
most dog-proof answer.
He drove a pipe into the
ground to a firm depth, bent a
piece of steel " reinforcing
rod into a"U" shape with one
side longer than the other.
Inverted, with the long side
in the pipe and the short side
in the barrel, it makes it
impossible to turn over the
drum of trash.
At Man-O-War Cay, utility
poles have had brackets added
for holding litter bins, and
people have been observed
recovering their own litter and
depositing it in the proper
place.
A concerted attempt is being
made to bring to the new
generation appreciation for
wild life and a beginning of
ecological concern.
Lately, thanks to the
Bahamas Trust, Audubon
Society films have been shown
in the local theatre. We have
seen "Sea Turtle" and "Village
Under The Sea," much of
which was filmed in Bahamian
waters.
A forest fire at Murphy
Town several weeks ago
revealed a monumental
collection of junk and litter.
It would be impossible to
step off the roads of Murphy
town without stepping on an
old can or bottle to a distance
into the forest equivalent to a
good centre fielder's best
throw to third base.
It is to be hoped that all this
litter will find treatment
equivalent to Marsh Harbour's


blackbirds which naturally poJect.
occupy our ponds. The frogs At least one au
and the dragon flies serve to Marsh Harbour is
keep the mosquito population the sticker sponsor
down. United States Fore
The roundabout that has It pictures an owl si
connected Airport Road with a hoot. Don't Pc
five other roads has now been attempt is being
bulldozed at no government procure hundreds
expense and is in process of slogan stickers to
being landscaped. the word.

Blooming Bob


ROBERT Doi (pictured)
has a way with plants and
flowers.
As Superintendent of
Properties for the Nassau
Beach Hotel, his
responsibilities include the
Maintenance of the many
lush trees, plants and flowers
which surround the hotel.
Everything seems to bloom
under Mr. Doig's supervision.
In 1967,. while a new wing
was added to the resort, M.
Doig completely renovated
the grounds at the hotel.
Prior to coming to Nassau in
1965, he raised orchids in Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla for 25 years.
At that time, lie wrote a
gardening column for the
local newspaper.
A native of Massachusetts,
Mr. Doll was trained in
sootald and won may
prestklous awards over the
year. Since his father wa
alo a horticilturist, training


tomobile in
s displaying
Dred by the
stry Service.
saying, "Give
ollute." An
made to
s .of these
help spread


began very early, for young
Doll. He is a graduate of the
National Landseape Institute
in California.
Some of his favorite past
projects include the
landscaping of the Pegasus
Hotel to Jamaica as well as
sveral banks in South
Florida.-
According to Mr. Doig,
"The plants and flowers in
Nasnau and New Provideaee
Island must be Lardy? since
the t water hakes its tel.
HOewvM, with careful
pknnls, l.aIscaplan can be
molt aesthetic and
fanstional "


Employees of the Atlantic
Undersea test and Evaluation
Center, (AUTEC) on Andros,
presented a $5,000 check to.
the '"Central Andros High
School Fund" during Bahaias
Independence ceremonies held
at the local elementary school
in Fresh Creek, on July I1.
The Chairman of the local
committee, Mr. James L.
Thompson accepted the check
from Miss Jeri Woodyard who
presented the contribution on
behalf of the AUTEC RCA
Employees' Combined
Charities Committee and
Commander Ray E. Reffitt,
U.S. Navy, the officer in
Charge of AUTEC, Andros
Island.
In addition to Commander
Reffitt the ceremonies were
attended by Mr. Darrell Rolle,
the Minister of Home Affairs
and Lieutenant Commander
Daniel B. Clark, The Assistant
Officer in Charge of AUTEC
and Mr. Joe E. Waggett,
Manager of the Industrial
Relations for AUTEC, along
with Mr. James Thompson and
Mr. David Cleare both of
Central Andros.
Members of both the
AUTEC RCA Service Company
Employees' Combined
Charities and the local High
School fund raising committee
gathered together with the
students of the Fresh Creek
School for the presentation.
The AUTEC RCA Service
Company Employees'
Combined Charities Committee
members at the presentation
were Mr. Waggett, the
Committee Chairman, and
Members Mr. R. F. Schneider,
Mr. R. A. Mittan, Mr. W. C.
Madden, Miss Woodyard, Mr.
H. E. Freeman, Mr. H. R. Mills
and Mr. J. B. Hughes.
This latest donation raises
the total contributions to
Andros schools by AUTEC
RAC employees to over
$15,000. RCA Service
Company is contracted by the
U.S. Navy for the maintenance
and operation of AUTEC, the


major employer of. Bahamian
nationals on Andros Island.
Mr. Rolle, who headS the
Central Andros Higlh School
Committee in Nassau;
remarked that this
contribution so graciously
provided by the employees of
AUTEC represents a. major
milestone in the
accomplishment of their goal
and that when' the Central
Andros High School becomes a
reality the assistance of
AUTEC-will be commemorated
by an appropriate plaque in the
school.


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THE VIEWIN ULSTER


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BELFAST, NORTHERN
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or be more closely integrated
into Britain. Now there is talk
of possible independence and
civil war.
The strike of Protestant
militants in May-has drastically
changed the alternatives for
Northern Ireland, the scene of
terrorist upheaval for the past
five years. On one side stands
the Irish Republican Army,
fighting to unite the province
with the predominantly
Roman Catholic Irish
Republic to the south. On the


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What lies ahead for Northern Ireland?
Associated Press correspondents in Belfast, London
and Dublin look into the question in the following
symposium


other side are the Protestant
militants who call themselves
"Loyalists" and want to keep
Northern Ireland British.
In between are the
moderates who sought to give
Northern Ireland its first
coalition of Protestants and
Catholics. The Protestant strike
destroyed the power-sharing
arrangement and British
hopes of a rapprochment
between the Province and the
Irish Republic. The strikers
maintained that power-sharing
would lead eventually to union
with the south.


The May strike crystallized a
sense of "Ulster nationalism,"
a growing beef that
independence from Britain
may be the only way
Protestants in Northern Ireland
can maintain their traditional
supremacy and way of life.
Informed sources say that
Prime Minister Harold Wilson
of Britain will schediul new
Provincial Assembly elections
for the Fall. The Protestants
likely would score a landslide
victory and may feel secure
enough to let the Catholics
have some share of powei-


What lies ahead forNorthern Ireland?


THE OPTIONS OPEN TO BRITAIN


By ARTHUR GAVSHON
LONDON (AP) Suddenly this spring the
mood of the British people toward Northern
Ireland changed from weary resignation at the
dreary pattern of killing to one of deeper ing
impatience, even indignation.
A consensus seems to be growing for Britain
to get out of it.
Prime Minister Harold Wilson's Labour
government and Edward Heath's opposition
Conservatives give no encouragement to this
rising public clamour for a British retreat. Both
leaders have warned such a step could be the
flashpoint for civil war that would suck in the
Irish Republic and spill over into British cities.
Yet, right now, neither Wilson nor Heath has
any coherent programme offering a solution -
beyond having another try at power-sharing.
Wilson is giving his Northern Ireland
administrators four months to launch this new


THE DILEMMA FACED BY EIRE


By COLIN FROST
DUBLIN, IRELAND, -(AP) -
The Irish Republic was a
close partner in Northern
Ireland's power-sharing
scheme. Now, with the
agreement in ruins, the
Republic's coalition govern-
ment, like that of Britain,
has no clearcut idea of the
way ahead.
Dublin wants to keep alive the
power-sharing pact's
underlying philosophy of
consensus between Dublin
and London supported by


attempt. In that period much can happen.
A British troop withdrawal would imply a
decision to cut Ulster, Northern Ireland's
official name. from the United Kingdom.
Top politicians in London contend that
surrender in Ulster would only feed Scottish
and Welsh Nationalism whose leaders already
are demanding separate states. Thus the
coherence of the United Kingdom would be at
stake.
Yet supposing the new bid at power-sharing
fails? Protagonists of withdrawal say Britain
then would be seeking to fulfill a limitless
commitment with limited resources. It cannot
be done, they say.
An independent Ulster? This idea has by no
means been ruled out by Wilson and Heath.
They consider it as an option facing the majority
of Ulstermen which one day they may choose
to exercise.


So, in the Dublin view,another
attempt has to be made to
get the original power-
shanng system back at
work, though perhaps in a
different and as yet
undefined form. This effort,
Dublin believes, could come
after new provincial
elections.
If power-sharing fails again,
Dublin would exert pressure
on Britain for radical
alternatives, among them
withdrawal of British troops
from the north, and perhaps
repatriation and a form of
northern independence.


moderate elements in the
north.
Dubhn dues not go along with
the belief in some British
quarters that an eventual
settlement can be worked
out between the hardline
Protestants and the
Catholics in Sinn Fein.
"They stand for completely
different and separate
things," an official said.
The fear here is that if talks of
this kind break down, the
north would be yet another
step closer to civil war.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby qiven that JCADIAN Q4fOfiA
PURCELL of 24 Gilbert Cres. Is applying to theItmAisl
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship. for reoratlit
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person whe
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the fact)
within twenty-eight days from the 9th day of July 1974 to
The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.


"We're not opposed to
sharing power with (atholics,"
says militant leader Harry
Murray. "But we don't want
solutions imposed on us by
London. We must control our
own destiny."
Sinn Fein. the IRA's newly
legalized political arm, would
be able to run. Political experts
believe Sinn Fein Lould take as
inJnt, a 10 scats in the 80-seat
I gi hitller
British nuiliars intelligence
men do not rule out civil war if
a settlement is not reached.
Many Protestants reason
that independence may be the
only acceptable option. But
most Protestants have no
illusions of the problems
independence would bring. Cut
off from British money, they
realize Ulster would face severe
economic difficulties. But
many say they would prefer
that to what the militant
termed "bungling British rule."


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NOTICE is hereby given that JEAN GRETA MYERS of P.
0. Box N.4836, 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 9th day of July
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LAURIE OLIVE DELANCY
nee RIGBY of Andros Avenue, 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 e.hould not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 9th cay of July
1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that SAINTERNE RICHARD of
Hawkins Hill. Armstrong Street, Nassau is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why naturalisation should
not be granted should send a written and signed statement
of the facts within twenty-eight days from the 9th day of
July 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of H-nme Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002.
Nassau.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARIE BEATRICE
GARDINER of Market St. South P. 0. Box 1572 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 9th 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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EML ESTATE


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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.
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).

C16043
FOUR BEDROOM 2 storey
duplex apartment Sunlight
Village. Monthly rental $400.
Asking $45,000.00. Call
3-5779 ask for Corrine Brown.
C16067
BUY A LOT
IN SAN ANDROS
ALMOST 1/3 ACRE
$35 down, $35 per month. Call
or visit
FRANK CAREY
Real Estate
P.O. Box N-4764
Bay and Deveaux Streets
Telephone 27667-24815

C16074
FOR SALE
Two storey building
incomplete and designed for
apartments or laundromat. Call
55081.

FOR SALE RENT

C15961
3 bedroom 2 bath house,
unfurnished. Blair Estates.
Phone 3-2095.

F RENT I
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. Cehtreville,
Ring Mr. Pritchard at 58134.

C15921
J.OVELY 2 bedroom
airconditioned apartment,
Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
Addition, Ma'ster T.V. antenna
and laundry room facilities,
enclosed parking area. For
information call 3-4953 or
5-4258.
C15920
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.
C15917
2 BEDROOM 1 bath
apartment, fully furnished and
ready for occupancy. Situated
in Winton Highway. Prices vary
from $350 to $375 per month.
)one 2-1631.

C15942
ONE THREE BEDROOM, two
bath, airconditioned furnished
home, Queen's Road, Nassau
East. Phone 5-4684 or 2-3750.

C 16056
BEAUTIFULLY furnished one
bedroom apartments. Nice
quiet area. For further
information call 42128 or
42787 anytime.

C16062 --
BACHELOR ROOM in
respectable home with private
entrance. Palmdale. Call
5-1044.
C16083 -
SHOPS and offices for rent.
Modern airconditioned
office and store space
available in busy shopping
area, telephone and ample
parking. Rental fees will
appeal to the business man
with a future. Call 2.3010.
C16085
1 bedroom furnished
apartment light and water
Included. $160 per month. For
information call 54616.

C16101


SHIRLEY PARK AVENUE -
spacious one bedroom
furnished apartment. Rental of
$235 includes all utilities.
Phone 36151.
C16096
HARBOUR MEWS Two
bedrooms two baths tastefully
fur nished, centrally
airconditioned, private patio,
use of pool and beach. PHONE
77508 or 21126-9.

CARS FOR SALE


C16076
'73 COUGAR XR7, P/W,
P/S, A/C. Telephone 28857
from 9-5 54539 from 5.8
sk for Hall.


R OFS RAC SALE


MilE


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NELP WANTED


I I TRADE SERVICES


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C16040
FIAT 124
Very good
42540


SPORTS COUPE
condition. Call


C16075
1968 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA convertible,
automatic transmission,
power steering: radio. $1,200
O.N.O. Phone 42193.

C16049
'73 CHEVY VEGA
airconditioned, radio and tape,
Al condition, 10,000 miles.
Financing available. $3,200.
Interested parties only call 8 to
5 2-4896, 2-1338 after 6 p.m.
5-2104.

C16100
AUSTIN 1100 in good
condition. $700. Call Greg at
3-6111 anytime.

FOR SALE
C16069
Two sets of Golf Clubs ideal
for beginners. $50 and $70
respectively. Contact 24240
ext. 132 Day, and 77639
Night.

C16093
1970, 250cc SUZUKI
HUSTLER. Good condition.
$350 with insurance. Phone
58041 ask for Kirk. After 5.


MARINE SUPPLIES
C11894
1969 --31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander. sleeps six, priv.;t,"
shower, two 230 h.p. ,,vgi i,
with less than 200 hnurs.
'Kitchenette, good conditi-,.
Call 24267, 54011.
C16097
14 ft. BOAT, well, model 102
Seagull outboard, Phone
2-2861, ext 343 from 12 noon
to 7:45 p.m. ask for Mary
Adderley.




C15914
NOW in stock at Bahamian
'Paint Supply, Bay-Street.
Decoupage
Clear Cast
Candle Craft
Tissue Craft
Phone 2-2386, 2-2898

ENTERTAINMENT

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.

C14336
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.


SCHOOLS
C15884
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 p.m. or 3-5084 anytime.
C16095
FREE THREE DAY ARTS
AND CRAFT PROGRAMME
From 22nd July to
30th August
at
BLAIR'S PRE SCHOOL
Located on Bernard Road
Starting 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
in afternoon
Age 2V to 10 years
ALL CHILDREN WELCOME
Telephone 3-1585.


C16099
CARPETING ISA
SENSIBLE LUXURY
It's the CHEAPEST
FLOORING FOR NEW
HOMES. It's EASY TO
CLEAN ... SOFT TO TOUCH
NICE TO LOOK AT AND
IT COSTS AS LITTLE AS $5
PER SQUARE YARD, CASH.
VISIT CENTRAL
FURNITURE ON BAY
STREET FOR SENSIBLE
LUXURY.
Bay Street, Phone: 24122,
open 8:45 5 p.m. Monday to
Friday 8:45 5 p.m.


Saturday.
Wulff Road, Phone: 59600,
open 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
Thursday and Saturday, 10
a.m. 1:30 p.m. Friday.


you believe nobody
reads small ads ...
you're wrong. You aro
reading this aren't youth
Cell 2-2768 for
Information on small or
large display ads.


IN P- I mm


C 16077
CUSTOMERS OF NEW
E.L.D. CLEANERS
LIMITED who might have
lost property in the recent
fire on the 3rd July are
requested to submit their
respective invoices to
management so as to claim
compensation on or before
the 17th instant. Our office
is located upstairs of
Elizabeth Laundromat,
FLint Street, off East Street.
MANAGEMENT E.L.D.
CLEANERS LTD.
C16087
THIS IS TO NOTIFY THE
Public that as of March 2nd.
1973, I, AMBROSE JONES, am.
not responsible for any debt or
debts contracted in my name,
unless by a written order,
signed by me.
Signed: AMBROSE JONES.

PETS FOR SALE
C16094
FEMALE SCHIPPERKIE, 1
year old, AKC registered. Small
dog ideal for children. Phone
3-2732.

HEALTH 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.

HELP WANTED
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 weldei
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.

C15922
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Offset Pressman,
40 hours per week, good
working conditions. Apply
BAHAMAS PRINTING, Oakes
Field.
C 16064
YARD BOY wanted. Ring
32520 for details.
C16078
ALBURY'S RADIO & T.V.
COMPANY requires a
saleslady. Write: P.O. Box
N3456, Nassau.
C 16073
2 Sewer Truck drivers
4 Seamstresses must be
able to do factory piece
work
2 Tailors
1 Pressing lady.
Phone 59739 for interview.
C 16080
COPY CO-ORDINATOR for
publications. Must be
competent. DUPUCH
PUBLICATIONS. Call 3-5666
between 9:30 and 5.
C16081
QUALIFIED BOOKKEEPER
at least 5 years experience,
male or female, good salary.
Call the Bridge Inn, 3-2077,
ask for AI or Jerry.

C16070
GENERAL MANAGER
HOTEL
The New Providence
Development Company
requires a hotel manager with a
minimum 10 years experience
in a resort hotel as General
Manager, Perferably M.H.C.I.
or similar qualification. Reply
in writing to P. O. Box N-4820,
Nassau, N.P.

C16079
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES

Are you interested in a


stimulating career with great
gross potential? We need highly
qualified Executive Secretaries,
strong on organisation, capable
of running an office. Top
typing please essential.
Qualified Bahamians,
expatriates are asked to apply.
DUPUCH PUBLICATIONS
3-5666 between 9 and 5.

C16086
Maid wanted to live on
premises 5 nights a week..
General household duties and
cooking. References preferred.
Must be 30 years or older.
Bahamians only. Phone 42012
after 5.00 p.m.


C16089
BAHAMIAN yardman and
handyman required 5 days
week. $45 per week. Write P.
O. Box E.S. 6215, or call
4-2544 after 6 p.m.
C16098
LIVE-IN MAID for Eastern
District. References needed,
good salary. Bahamian only.
Call 21634 between 9 a.m. and
2 p.m.

POSITION WANTED

C16071
CAPABLE, MATURE
LADY available to fill in for
vacationing staff. Days or
weeks, clerking, typing, etc.
Evenings 58201 SANDS.


TRADE SERVICES
C15891
MASTER TECHNICIANS LTD
Mackey Strept
YOUR WH IRLPOOL
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.
C 15888
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or trenching
done?
Call: CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD.
2-4996 or 5-8725.
C 15909
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICE
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
next to Frank's Place.


ALARMS/SECURITY
Iouir Winds I td.
Write: Dow, N4272 I'll. 5 2124
Lowr's Alarm Services Ph. 3-2042
National Security Systelis
I'll. 5- )719
ANTENNAS
Island TV I'h. 2 2h18

AUTOMOTIVE
Luca;s I itteries
hay Sirel (,;lrage I'h. 2-2434
rransiissiin IRpairs
Slihll Action Slatin I'll. 5 2000
BOOKSTORE
The Christlian. Ihook
Shop I'h. S.8744

BUSINESS FORMS
I, xctcu ive
I'rinlrs I'll. 2-4267/5 4011

KITCHEN CABINETS
Co(l lillolml l ,rw lllhl
I urnilturc l' 3 1120

CAMERAS
John Hull I'll. 2-4252/3
DOWNTOWN PARKING


C16033
LANDSCAPING and for all
your gardening needs' -
mowing, trimming, hedging,
tree felling and clearing, call
5-7810 LAWNS & HEDGES.
C15887
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE ...
see:-
ISLAND BUILDERS LIMITED
P. 0. Box 6285 ES
Phone 3-1671 3-1672.



GRAND


BAHAMA


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

i FOR SALE
C15353
DRILL RIG, Sterling Model A
hydraulically operated, driven
I)y Ford 6 cylinder engine,
with winch capable of lifting
5,000 Ibs., mounted on
Chevrolet truck. All in good
running condition. Duty paid.
Call Grand Bahama
Engineering, Ltd. Tel.
352-6239.

REAL ESTATMS.
C 15363
ATTRACTIVE TOWNHOUSE
'EDELWEISS CHALETS'
FASHIONABLE BAHAMIA.
POOL. SHORT DISTANCE
BEACH, TWO BEDROOMS.
11/2 BATHS, FURNISHED,
BRAND NEW CARPETING.
$38,500.00. DUTY PAID
CONTACT BROWN 352-7305,
FRFFPORT.


HURRICANE AWNINGS
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C 16060
FASHION COORDINATOR
This person must be
responsible for the complete
coordination of all our Fashion
shows, which entails the
co ntact between the
convention group heads and
the different hotel executives
which are directly in charge of
these groups, the
commentation of all shows,
and the coordination of all
merchandise. Applications with
references should be forwarded
to Evelyn of Lucaya Limited,
P. 0. Box F-2462, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Bahamas.
C15358
Heavy duty MECHANIC
with the minimum of five
years experience. Must have
experience in electric and
gas welding. Call Freeport
"2-7n49.
C15356

CHEFS: To take complete
charge of station; supervise and
direct assistants in preparation
of French and International
Cuisine. Certificates and
diplomas of training and
experience required.
Apply: Oceanus Hotels Ltd.,
Personnel Department, P. 0.
Box F-531, Freeport, Grand
Bahama.
C 15346
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.

C15362
LIVE-IN MAID. ENQUIRE
WITH RALLA COOPER.
EIGHT MILE ROCK, GRAND
BAHAMA.
C15361
SERVICE MANAGER: To
supervise mechanics and
superintend Service Dept., give
estimates and establish good
customer's relationship,
minimum of 10 years
mechanical experience
specializing in European and
English cars.
MECHANICS: Minimum of 5
years experience specializing in
European and English cars
particularly Volkswagens and
B.M.C. products.

BOOKKEEPER: Minimum of
5 years experience up to Trial
Balance, familiar with
Automobile trade, Kardex and
Inventory Control and able
to work with minimum
supervision.
GENERAL HANDYMAN: To
clean workshop and entire
premises, wash cars and
other odd jobs on premises.
PARTS MAN: Minimum of 2
years experience in
Automobile parts.
Applicants must apply in
person to Volume Wheels Ltd.
on Queens Highway, Freeport.
C15360
HANDYMAN/GARDENER.
APPLY: MRS. AMANDA
ADDERLEY, WEST END,
GRAND BAHAMA.
C15359
WELDERS (5) at least 5
years experience, ability to
pass strength X-ray test and
read blueprints.
Apply in person or phone L &
A Industries, Freeport
352-5422.


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CLASSIFIED


IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
THE BAHAMAS
Equity Side.


1974
No. 378


IN THE MATTER OF BAHAMAS
COMMONWEALTH BANK LIMITED

AND

IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT
(CHAPTER 184)

NOTICE is hereby given that a Petition for the
winding up of the above named Company by the
Supreme Court was on the Second day of July,
A.D. 1974 presented to the said Court by The
Fund of Funds, Limited (in Liquidation), F.O.F.
Proprietary Funds Ltd., IOS Growth Fund,
Limited and Venture Fund (International) N.V. (in
Liquidation), Creditors of the said Company and
under an Order of the Court dated the Eighth day
of July A.D. 1974 Overseas Development Bank
Luxembourg S.A. and Messrs. Jacques Delvaux,
Ernest Lequit and Georges Baden the Joint
Liquidators of IIT (an International Investment
Trust) also Creditors of the said Company, were
joined as Co-Petitioners in the said Petition. AND
that the said Petition is directed to be heard before
The Honourable Mr. Justice Samuel Grahame a
Judge of the Supreme Court at the Supreme Court
in the City of Nassau on Friday the Twenty-sixth
day of July A.D. 1974 at 9:30 o'clock in the
forenoon; and any creditor or contributory of the
said Company desirous to oppose the making of an
Order for the winding up of the said Company
under the above Act should appear at the time of
hearing by himself or his Counsel for that purpose;
and a copy of the Petition will be furnished to any
creditor or contributory of the said Company
requiring the same by the undersigned, on payment
of the regulated charge for the same.

HIGGS & JOHNSON
Sandringham House
83 Shirley Street
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Petitioners
The Fund of Funds, Limited
(in Liquidation)
F.O.F. Proprietary Funds Ltd.
IOS Growth Fund, Limited

PATON, TOOTHE & CO.
The Bank House
Frederick Street Steps
Nassau, Bahamas


Attorneys for Venture
Limited (in Liquidation)


Fund (International)


CALLENDERS, ORR, PYFROM & ROBERTS
Mosmar Building
Queen Street, Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for Overseas Development Bank
Luxembourg S.A.
and IIT (an International Investment Trust)

NOTE:- Any person who intends to appear on the
hearing of the said Petition must serve on or send
by post to any of the above-named Higgs &
Johnson, Paton, Toothe & Co. or Callenders, Orr,
Pyfrom & Roberts notice in writing of his
intention so to do. The notice must state the name
and address of the person, or, if a firm, the name
and address of the firm, and must be signed by the
person or firm, or-by his or their Attorney (if any)
and must be served or if posted must be sent by
post, in sufficient time to reach any of the
above-named not later than six o'clock in the
afternoon of Tuesday, the 23rd day of July 1974.


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have the headaches of being the boss."


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A REQUEST for bridge tuition
came to the Engnlsh Bridge
Union recently from an unusual
quarter-one of Her Majesty's
prisons. A qualified teacher
duly set out, and before long the
residents were layn tches.
After a resounding victory over
the Psychological Department,
they challenged the Home Office.
their landlords so to speak. The
visitors won a close match.
At least one member of the
new group has taken the English
Bridge Union's Teachers Train-
tng Course and is to go In, under
special arrangements, for the
"0 "- level examination.
This Is a hand from a recent
"0 "-level Deme.
Dealer: Sth. Both VauL
North
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South North
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West leads the 44. How
should South play?
The natural reflex is to play
low from dummy. If West has
led away from the 4K and East
has the 4K, declarer will make
12 tricks. Reverse the kings.
however, and he will go down.
The correct play Is to go up
with the *A and clear the
diamonds. south will no longer
make 12 tricks-but he will be in
no danger of being kept to eight.
This hand carries another
lesson. The time to think Is
when dummy goes down, before
following to the first 'trick, even
when there's a singleton on the
table. Most declares play too
ickly at the beginning and too
lowly later-trying vainly to
recover.


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Mrs Bear makes sure that Rupert Is well
tuOeat-up, then ohe klsses him goodnight I
knew you wouldn't mind giving up your rm,"
Oshe s.-i 's nice helpin l Re" .upert
tries to 0ge used to I F bed, but It
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nothing more until he hears Daddy calling
him: "Time to get up, sleepyhead I" Rupert
rubs. his eyes and yawns. "W-where am
I?" he murmurs. "You're on the floor !"
laughs Qaddy. "You must have tumbled off
that couch during the night I"
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GENERAL TENDENCIES: Unexpected
conditions keep you from being able to put
through plans u started, but don't despair for the p.m. brings
you the chance to be clever in arranging for interesting ways to
gain cherished objectives.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Don't try to force things your
way now, but go along with the ideas of associates and this
becomes a favorable day for you.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Financial affairs may not
work out as planned in day, but by p.m. you can make them
right. Avoid extravagance. Reach better understanding with
mate in p.m.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Make adjustments in the day
to really get going. By p.m., Judgment is fine and you're
working great guns. Accomplish much while the spirit moves
you.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Assist a good
friend who is having difficult sledding early. Then have fun in
p.m. Clear up chores in afternoon.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Contact friends who can help you
in p.m., as they're busy earlier. Go it alone during day where
personal matters are concerned and get good results.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Don't lambast a bigwig, or it
will cost you a good deal. Get your bills paid more promptly
and build up your credit.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Good day to study new ideas
and projects, but not to put anything in operation as yet. You
want change, but this is not yet the time.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Face responsibilities and get
them completed as running away only compounds them. Clear
up misunderstanding with mate diplomatically in p.m.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Don't argue with an
associate who is acting differently from what you expected.
Tonight you understand why and can use tact to straighten
things out.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Work instead of going
off on some tangent, and you win out. Then take the needed
health treatments in p.m. Do something about trouble-making
fellow worker.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Plan early for fun later
with congenials, then get busy on whatever is of a creative
nature. Show mate affection, though busy.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Don't fuss over situation at
home, but accomplish much in business world. Take care of
home affairs in p.m. Settle business problems.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will have
remarkable ideas and will want to start making changes at
home early in life, so be sure to give a good education. Teach
first to know what he or she will do well in, and then to go
ahead; otherwise there could be frustration here and many
mistakes. The inventor is definitely in this chart, but also be
certain to teach to have patience. Sports are a natural.



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) THE TRIBUNE Tuesday, July 16, 1974


Members of the contingent that took part in the sports seminar. From left standing are
Sammy Henriques (president of Jamaica Paraplegic Club), Alton LaRhoda,Dalton Bain, Keble
Mortimer. Reg Beckford, His Excellency Sir Florizel Glasspole (Governor General of Jamaica),
Tom Grant (B.W.C.'s head coach), Elmer Geoffrey, Prof, John Golding, and Sonny Vallee.

Handicapped seminar 'a success'


THE BAHAMAS' partici-
pation in the recently ended
sports seminar for the
handicapped staged at the
Mona Rehabilitation Centre in
Jamica was a smashing success,
said Wheelchair Club head
coach Tom Grant.
"I feel that the team has
made a tremendous effort and
this is all we need to get things
started," Grant said. "Since we
don't have the facilities here to
help these people, I think we
should do this more often."
A 26-member contingent
that included 13 paraplegic
athletes of the Bahamas
Wheelchair Club took part in
the one week seminar. Along
with Grant, they were
accompanied by Dr. Granville
Bain who is president of the
club, Miss Phyllis Aldridge,
welfare officer, and four
members of the male
attachment of the Bahamas
Red Cross.
Grant noted that there were
a number of paraplegics in the
Bahamas who, because of their
physical disability are socially
shy. "These people we would
like -to work with," Grant
confirmed. "We hope to give
them the desire to be active
again."
At the seminar, the athletes
were drilled in various aspects
of sports by experienced and
qualified instructors. The
sports included basketball,
track and field, swimming,
archery, weightlifting and table
tennis.
Grant pointed out that the
Bahamas needs about ten acres

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of land on which to build
facilities that can help the local
paraplegics to lead a healthy
and competitive life. Even a
multupurpose gymnasium will
go far in helping the cause.
Athletes of this nature,
Grand noted, do not want pity.
"They want to be accepted as
an ordinary athlete trained
and disciplined in the same
way." He pointed out an
incident in Jamaica where a
polio victim fell from her chair.
He rushed to her aid only to
find her denying his help.
"When you fall down, you
have to get up yourself," she
remarked, successfully re-
seating herself.
Presently, Grant hopes to
get the athletes in good
physical shape for their
participation in international
games scheduled for the next


two years. He is also hoping to
stage the first national
paraplegic athletic
championships next month.
"We are hoping in the near
future to invite teams over here
to participate in some friendly
competitions," he said.
In 1972, John Sands who is
captain of the B.W.C.'s athletic
team, and Brian Rolle went as
observers to the Pan American
Games in Jamaica. Following
that, they represented the
Bahamas at the Wheelchair
Olympics in Heidelberg,
Germany where they competed
in table tennis and the 100
yards dash. The results were
impressive.
Other countries participating
in the seminar were Puerto
Rico, Trinidad and Tobago, the
Dominican Republic and the
United States of America.


Golfers bid for team places


THE FIRST 36 holes of a
scheduled 72 to determine two
of the international teams that
will represent the Bahamas this
year, will be contested on
Saturday and Sunday at the
South Ocean golf course.
Golfers in Nassau and
Freeport have been competing
in trial events since February.
These events have narrowed
the field to 24 12 from
Nassau and 12 from Grand
Bahama.
The final 36 will be played
in conjunction with the
National Open Championships
in Freeport.
The event will commence at
10:00 a.m. on both days and it
should be noted that golfers
arriving late will be disquali-
fied.
A week following the first
half of the above mentioned
playoff, trials to determine the
two man bestball team will be


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held at the South Ocean.
The winners will represent
the Bahamas at the Dominican
International Tournament in
Santo Domingo. They will also
be named the B.G.A.'s bestball
champions.
Quebell Rolle defeated
Martin Symonette on the first
hole of a sudden death play off
to win the Holy Cross Parish
tournament on Saturday at the
Sonesta Beach course. Both
players ended the round with
41 points each.
Rudy McSweeney was third
with 39 points and Joseph
Major defeated Gerald Cash in
a playoff for fourth spot.
In the ladies division, Beryl
Higgs took top honours with
29 points. Eileen Dean was
second with 26 points.
Ian Brathwaite captured the
junior division with 44 points.
Rory liggs came in second
with 37.


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BBA in selection-



clash with Rodgers

IT'S STILL in the air today whether manager Adrian Rodgers will keep his
position with the Bahamas Baseball Association's national team.
Things came to a head yesterday when BBA president Oswald Brown accompanied by official
Rudy Penn arrived at the Sports Centre where the 24-member national squad was working out to
confront Rodgers about the dropping of Bimini stars Sheldon Floyd and Lawrence Rolle.
Rodgers, on the under- These are the 24 players INFIELDERS: Roy
standing from the BBAhselected by Rodgers for the Rodgers. Anthony Huyler.
that he had a free ll players, BBA national squad to play in Adlai Moss, Lorenzo Lockhart,
his coaches and ball play for the National Baseball Congress Roosevelt Turner, Andre
named 24 members Sunday for in Wichita next month. Wood, Randy Rodgers, Fred
the final selection to the R
18-member national squad that dodgers made the cut from 30 Taylor, Godfrey Eneas and
will compete next month in originally chosen by the BBA' Sidney Outten.
the National Baseball Congress Only 18 will be picked to the
Tournament in Wichita, national team. OUT FIELDERS: Eddie
Kansas. The players are: Ford, Fred Smith, Vince
Rodgers maintains that the PITCHERS Kirk Smith, Basil Albury, Willie Knowles,
BBA allowed him a free hand Hall, Roscoe Hall, Frankie Simeon Humes, and Dencil
in his selection, but the BBA Sweeting and Henry Williams Clarke.
say Rodgers did not have the with one more to be picked
authority to cut anyone from between Mike Moss and Bertie COACHES: Lester Gardiner
authority to cut anyone from Murra. and Jim Wood.
the 30 originally chosen by the Murray
BBA four weeks ago. champs
And now that Rodgers has RUSSians Champs
cut the selection down to 24
players the BBA disapprove. SAN JUAN The Soviet standings.
It's understood that Union won the world The Soviets, who earlier lost
Rodgers, who is a hard-working basketball championship using by three points to Yugoslavia,
and demanding manager, had foul shooting, including a 14 claimed the title with
required that all players should for 14 effort by Alexander Yugoslavia second.
attend the workouts. Salnikov, to defeat the United Since all three teams
Rodgers claims that he told States 105-94, Sunday. finished with identical 6-1
the Association to make The win knocked the records, the standings were
arrangements for Floyd, a Americans from first place to based on point spreads
pitcher, and Rolle, a shortstop, third place in the final between the three.
to attend at least one week's
practice sessions in Nassau. But
he says he received no answer. ,IaBS too StrOn
During yesterday's workouts
at the Sports Centre a rumour PARADISE Island Giants, out to capture the Bahamas
went around that Rodgers was Volleyball Federation's pennant, routed their brother team
going to be relieved of his post. the Dwarfs in four sets 15-10, 15-3, 7-15 and 15-5 last night
The report shook up the to win their ninth match in ten played while moving to
players and they held a parley within one game of the undefeated Wardrobe Stars.
with Rodgers on the field.


But 15 minutes later when
BBA president Brown and
official Penn arrived on the
scene all the players and
Rodgers took to the western
dugout to thrash out their
problems.
The dispute centred around
the Bimini players who had
been dropped by Rodgers.
Brown contended that Floyd
and Rolle should be included
in the team despite the fact
that they failed to attend
practice sessions.
Harsh words were spoken
with the players holding out
for Rodgers as their manager
since he had worked along with
the squad for so long. They felt
they had confidence in him
After an hour's heated
arguments no decision had
been reached but Brown and
Penn left the field with
Rodgers and BBA treasurer
Sidney Outten for further
talks.
No statement from the BBA
was available today.


And, although coach Oswald Moore is confident that
they will win their remaining four matches, he admitted
that it is going to be difficult. "I don't think we looked as
sharp as what we expected to," he said pondering last
night's match.
They have to go through the remainder of the series
without starters Timmy Barrett and Steve Barnett. They
meet the Police Royals in a key match tomorrow night.
Nevertheless, the Dwarfs gave them a good warmup. In,
erasing a 5-0 first set deficit, the Giants rallied behind the
service of Silas Moore. They stayed in the lead for the,
remainder of the set.
Key hitters Hubert Williams and Cecil Thompson had
little work to do in the forward position and expended
most of their energy on defence. When they were needed
though, they proved detrimental.
The Dwarfs unfortunately had only six members to work
with and, going into the second set, the Giants began to
wear them down. The diminutive Eddie Smith turned on
his spiking power while Ralph Burrows dazzled his
opponent's defence with well placed dinks leading the
Giants to an easy 2-0 set lead.
The Giants in the third set relaxed considerably and the
Dwarfs with Bobby Turnquest, Ken Pratt and Terrace
Smith contributing sound all around play stymied the
Giants' shut out bid.

The Police Royals in the first match handcuffed Pepsi
Q's in straight sets 15-2, 15-12 and 5-8 securing third place
one and a half games behind Paradise Giants.
It was relatively easy for the Lawmen with key hitters
Garnett Lockhart and Arnold Ferguson spiking their way
through the Q's set up. Brennell Cartwright, Peter Rolle and
George Forbes kept the defence together while Brenville
Thompson added to offence.
STANDINGS (MEN)


Stars
(G giants
Police
Tigers
S.A.C.A.
SolW
Dwarfs
Pepsi


Majid


hits 129


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0 /
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6 W L
6 Bees 9 0,
7 Jets 6 3"
9 B.C.B. 5 3
7 Birds 3 5


England cane India


LONDON A fine innings
by Keith Fletcher, who made
55 not out, helped England to
a comfortable victory by six
wickets over India in the
one-innings cricket test match
at The Oval today.
England reached the target
of 172 for the loss of four
wickets in 49 overs.
The game was billed as a
one-day affair, but it carried on
into a second day because of


rain Monday. England started
Tuesday on 19 for 1.
Only a handful of spectators
watched England move steadily
toward the target. The home
team lost their second wicket
at 65, the third at 71 and the
fourth at 113, but nobody
could stop Fletcher.
England ended the test series
with prize money totalling
4,175 pounds or $10,202. The
Indians picked up just 725
pounds or $1,740.


BRIDGETOWN The
Trinidad and Tobago men
dethroned defending
champions Guyana in a tense
and emotion-filled match 5-3
in the finals of the 17th
annual Caribbean table tennis
championship.

Guyana's powerful girls took
their title with a comfortable
3-0 triumph over Barbados.
The surprise of the night was
the defeat of Lionel Darceuil,
the 1973 men's singles
champion, by Bruce Edwards.
Edwards won i, iwo right
games 22-20 21-13.
The match was marred by
controversy in the third set
with scores locked 1-1 and
Barceuil and Baptiste game all


a linesman made a decisive
ruling against the Guyanese to
give Barceuil the set 21-13
20-22 21-19.
Baptiste claimed Barceuils
shot had hit the side of the
table and that the point was
his.



TIGERS DODGERS

THE UNDEFEATED
Roaring Tigers play the strong
St. Michael's Dodgers in
tonight's feature ,ew
P-ovidence Softball Associ-
ation game beginning 9
o'clock. Becks Raiders meet St.
Bernards in the first game at 7
o'clock.


ig for Dwarfs

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Ralph Burrows goes to dink over Bobby Turnquest.


BIRMINGHAM Century-
maker Majid Khan led the
Pakistan cricket tourists in
flamboyant style Monday to
277 for three wickets against
Warwickshire.


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Facing a first-innings target
set by the county of 416 for
nine declared, the Pakistanis
showed consistent good form.

Majid made an impressive
1 29 not out at almost a run a
minute. He was well supported
by Aftab Gui, run out for 81,
and Mushtaq Mohammad,
undefeated on 41.

Most of England's cricket
programme was badly hit by
widespread rain.


Westcliff: Eusex 92 fur three dec.
(43.4 overs) Derbyshire 15 for no
wicket. (12 overr.


Edlthaston: Warwickshire 416 for
nine dec. (J.A. Jameson 88 M.J.K.
Smith S1, E. E. Hemmlngs 74. A.I.
Kallicharran S 1): Pakistan 277 for
three (Majid Khan 129 not out,
Aftah Gul 81).


Leicester: Northamptonshire 358
for six (Innings closed) (P. Willey
100 not out, P. J. Wats 83, R. T.
Virgin 76); Leicestershire 64 for no
wicket (27 overs).

Taunton: Somerset 261 (89
overs) 1. T. Botham ,9. M. Vernon
six for 5S); Middlesex 189 for seven
(7 overs) G. S. Barlow 5S).


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