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Publication Date: July 20, 1974
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VOL. LXX1, No. 199 Saturday, July 20, 1974 Price: 20 Cents


Did Central


Bank


sale


THE ALLEGED SALE of Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank to a company said
to be controlled by BCB president
Norman P. LeBlanc has been challenged
in the courts on grounds that the Central
Bank never gave its approval to the
purchase.
An affidavit filed this week by
attorney Ralph Seligman, representing
the provisional liquidators of BCB,
claims that as a result the sale of BCB to
Antler Investments Ltd. on January 12,
1974 is in contravention of Section 5 of
the Banks and Trust Companies Act and
therefore "absolutely null, void and of no
legal effect without the requisite consent
of the Governor (of the Central Bank)."
The provisional liquidators of Bahamas
Commonwealth, whose licence was
revoked by Government last month, have
petitioned the courts to also have BCB's
parent company, Interrnational Bancorp


of


By NICKI KELLY

Ltd. put into liquidation.
This has been protested by IBL
president Robert Robertson who claims
that the company, which holds the
banking assets of the IOS empire, was
:sold on January 12, 1974 to Mr. Michael
Sylvester Birrane of London, subject to
the approval of the regulatory Swiss and
German authorities.
"Appointment of a liquidator for IBL
would only serve to confuse, complicate
and ser,. -isi.- eopa:.ase the approval" of
these authorities, Mr. Robertson said in
his affidavit.
$19 MILLION DEBT
According to the Robertson statement,
BCB was indebted to its parent IBL for
$19 million as the result of having to pay
back money due Overseas Development


AN IRISH BUSINI-SSMAN,
owner of London's luxurious
Aphrodite Club, has reportedly
been negotiating to purchase
the banking assets of 10S
presently vested in Inter-
national Bancorp Ltd. parent
company of BCB.
The July 13 issue of
Canada's Financial Post reports
however that the sale to John
Martin Birrane has been
delayed by the Swiss Federal
Banking Commission, which is
making further inquiries into
Mr. Birrane's qualifications as
an international banker.
According to The Financial
Post. Western Bank Cor-
poration, an Isle of Man
holding company belonging to
Mr. Birrane, reportedly bought
the ex-lOS banks from
financier Robert Vesco and his
associate Norman P. LeBlanc in
an undisclosed transaction
earlier this year.
The deal however was
subject to certain conditions,
among them acceptance of
Birrane's qualifications as an
international banker by control
authorities in Britian, Luxem-
bourg, Switzerland and West
Germany.
Included in the sale were
Overseas Development Bank,
Geneva and its London branch,
Overseas Development Bank,
Luxembourg, Orbis Bank in
Munich, a small West German
mutual fund company and a
representative office in Hong
Kong.
The sale price, according to


By Nicki Kelly
Financial Post sources was said
to be around B$4 million.
Court affidavits in Nassau
show the attempt to sell the
International Bancorp banking
assets has been going on since
the beginning of the year.
Last month however, the
Central Bank revoked the
licence of Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank and the
bank was ordered into
compulsory liquidation
following a petition by the
four IOS mutual funds who
claim to have assets in BCB
The provisional liquidators
appointed this month
petitioned for the liquidation
of the parent company,
claiming that International
Bancorp had no liquid assets
on which it could draw to
discharge its current liabilities.
The Financial Post described
the "belated move" by the
Bahamian government in
revoking BCB's licence as "the
most severe setback suffered
by the Vesco-LeBlanc in-
terests" since the U.S.
Securities & Exchange
Commission filed a civil fraud
suit in 1972 charging both men
and 40 other defendants with
diverting more than $225
million from four lOS funds.
According to former IOS
banking officials, Birrane is
described as a prominent
international real estate
developer. His Aphrodite Club,


Governor General pays

official visit to Bimini


THIlE Governor-General, Sir
Milo Butler and Lady Butler
arrived in Bimini Thursday on
the Governor's first official
visit to the island.
Greeted by Commissioner
and Mrs. K. S. Taylor, and
leading citizens of the island,
they were taken by motocade
to Binimi's basket ball court
for the official ceremony.
Mr. Henry J. Bowen M.P. for
Bimini/West End Constituency,
introduced Sir Milo, hailing
him as "the father of the

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revolution". "No one can
accuse Sir Milo Butler of not
being truly Bahamian", he said,
voicing the sentiments of his
constituents. "Of all political
achievements Sir Milo is always
in the foreground, and I cannot
think of any other Bahamian
more deserving of the title of
Governor-General. Sir Milo we
are proud of you!"
In response the Gover-
nor-General remarked that all
that has happened in the
Bahamas happened because of
the help and strong hand of the
Almighty God.
"Very few British Colonies
have been. unable (sic) to give
thanks for independence
without revolution. We must
thank God because he was in
our midst at that time'".. He
advised that "we remember
God's words and show the kind
of brotherly love that has been
exhibited by Almighty God"


just off Picadilly Circus, is
advertised as Mayfair's most
luxurious late night restaurant.
Why Birrane, a newcomer to
international banking circles,
should wish to buy the
troubled I.O.S. empire remains
a mystery, The Post says.
The banks were transferred
out of the IOS complex in
1971 at a declared book value
of $17.5 million in exchange
for 70 percent of the
outstanding stock of then
newly-formed Intern national
Bancorp.
In a subsequent redist-
ribution of ex-IOS assets,
International Bancorp became
a 52 percent owned subsidiary
of Global Holdings Ltd.,
purportedly owned by Mr.
'LeBlanc.
Overseas Development Bank
in Luxembourg has since had
its charter withdrawn by the
Luxembourg Bankina Com-
misssion.
Overseas Development Bank
in Genev4. under close
surveillance by the Swiss
Banking Commission, has
approximately 13,000 client
accounts but is reported to be
losing customers daily, The
Financial Post says.
Orbis Bank, Munich is said
to have an extremely low
volume of transactions and
because of its past associations,
not a bright future.
Birrane reportedly met Mr.
Vesco in the Bahamas where
the Irish promoter has realized
substantial profits in property
development.


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mistake each.
Last week's solution is
found inside with the new
puzzle on today's back page.


Bank, Luxembourg, another subsidiary of
International Bancorp, and was still in
debt when it was sold to Antler by IBL.
On January 12, 1974 Western Bank
Ltd., a company incorporated in the Isle
of Man and owned by Mr. Birrane,
entered into an agreement with Global
Financial Ltd., owner of International
Bancorp and in turn controlled by Mr.
LeBlanc, for the sale of IBL to Western.
At the same time the two parties
agreed that all the shares in BCB owned
by IBL were to be sold for $4.6 millicp
to Antler Investments a company
incorporated in the Bahamas and alleged
to be similarly controlled by Mr. LeBlanc.
The net value of Western, according to
Mr. Birrane, was said to be one million
pounds at the time of the Antler
agreement.
Prior to his personally introducing Mr.
Birrane to Mr. LeBlanc in December 1973


Mr. Robertson said hie was
assured that Mr. Birrane had no
contact or association in any
manner "whether direct or
indirect" with IBL or any of its
associated or related
companies.
Refuting allegations that
financier Robert Vesco is
associated with IBL, Mr.
Robertson swore in his July 13
affidavit that since the end of
1972, when Mr. Vesco resigned
as a director of IBL, he has had
"no association, participation
or connection with IBL or any
of the companies associa
with or related to IBL."
Mr. Robertson said that he
had been informed by Mr.
Birrane, as the holder of the
controlling interest in Western,
and therefore as the person
controlling the majority shares
of International Bancorp, that
he is "strenuously opposed" to
liquidation of IBL and to
appointment of a provisional
liquidator.
Countering the Robertson
affidavit, attorney Seligman
said that a search made in the
Registrar General's office on
July 15, 1974 had revealed
that the latest returns of Antler
as of December 18, 1973
showed it to be a company
with an authorized capital of
US$5,000 with five issued
shares of $1 each.
'INCONCEIVABLE'
In addition, Mr. Seligman
said in his Judy 16 affidavit the
Registry showed Mr. LeBlanc
as director and president of
Antler.
"Having regard to the fact
that the licence of Bahamas
Commonwealth Bank was
revoked by government ... and
having regard to the past
connection of LeBlanc with
BCB," Mr. Seligman submitted
that it would be "inconceivable
that the Governor (of the
Central Bank) would approve
the transfer of the issued and
paid up shares in the capital of
BCB owned by IBL to a 'shelf'
company such as Antler
Investments with an issued
capital of $5 and purportedly
owned by LeBlanc."
He claimed that from
inquiries made at the Central
Bank he believed that no such
approval had been given to the
Antler Agreement for the sale
of BCB and consequently
without this approval, the
agreement contravened the
Banks and Trust Companies
Act.
Mr. Seligman therefore
submitted that all the
provisions of the Antler
Agreement relating to the
shares of either IBL or BCB are
"absolutely null, void and of
no legal effect" without the
consent of the Central Bank
Governor.
In view of this, he argued
that the Atler agreement could
in no way affect a
US S31.324,470 60 liability
plus interest due Bahamas
Commonwealth from Inter-
Page 11, Col. 4


THE GOVERNMENT'S
,agricultural training pro-
gramme for young
unemployed Bahamians has
run into difficulties less than
;six weeks after it was started.
From a total of 50
voluntary recruits selected to
participate in the pilot
scheme at the Central
Agricultural Station, only 11
were present yesterday. And
the 11, according to one, "is
the largest crowd we have had
for a long time.",
The fall off in the number
of students taking part in the
programme he said, is due to
the fact that they have not
been paid and "we see no
hopes of ever being paid."
The government's intent-
ion to start an agricultural
training programme for
unemployed Bahamian youth
was first disclosed by
Development Corporation
chairman Carlton Francis in
April.
Mr. Francis said the


scheme, which was to begin
in June, would be geared to
school leavers between 17
and 20 to interest them in
farming.
The Corporation received
150 applications from which
50 of the most promising
were selected.
A part of the two to
three-year training plan was
to give each person taking
part a plot of land on which
to plant crops. The proceeds
from the sale of the crops
were to go to young farmers.
The young people
interviewed by The Tribune
yesterday were obviously not
satisfied with this
arrangement. They feel that
the least the government can
do is give them "if only a
weekly stipend." Although


77 PMH student


nurses graduate


HEALTH MINISTER Loftus
Roker last night told 77
graduating nurses to maintain
thE highest principles of their
profession and their code of
ethics.
The graduating ceremony
was held in the gardens of the
Royal Victoria Hotel.
Mr. Roker said that nurses
were called upon to pledge that
"you will care for the sick with
all the skill and understanding
you possess, without regard to
race, creed, colour, politics or
social status, sparing no effort
to conserve life, to alleviate
suffering and to promote
health ... and to refrain from
all action which might
endanger life or health."
"Let me admonish you to
regard with all seriousness," he
said "the promises which you
will make and I ask especially
that you should strive at all
times to improve your
professional knowledge and
skills, never reaching the point
where you are content to "rest
on your laurels."
The department of Nursing
Education at the hospital, now
mounts a total of five
programmes. Two basic
programmes provide training
for the professional and clinical
nurse: Three post-basic
programmes include the
midwifery programme,
community nursing which
prepares post graduate nurses
to work in the community and
the psychiatric nurse
programme which commenced
in June of this year.
Professional Nurses who
received certificates last night
were: Janet Delancy, Karen
Demeritte, Cecilia Dorset,
Emily Dorsett, Alfred
Ferguson, Nancy Forbes.


Clarice Ingraham, Lillian
Johnson, Alelia Miller, Pamela
Newbold, Sharlene Sands,
Deanna Saunders, Gayle Smith
and Lona Taylor.
Shelia Gibson, Lorraine
Johnson, Margaret Fowler,
Kathleen Knowles, Maud
Lightbourne and Norma Neilly.
Trained Clinical Nurses:
Ellen Armbrister, Wendy
Bethel, Eugie Cadet, Renee
Cooper. Doretha Curtis, Gloria
Dorsett, Veronica Ferguson,
Cleora Fyne, Winifred Gibson,
Gary Johnson, Charlotte
Johnson, Eula Kemp, Carolyn
Laroda and Ingrid Moncur.
Clifford Nottage, Alice
Nelson, Patsy Patton, Sonia
Ramsey, Melvina Roberts,
Maedorn Rolle, Marilyn Rolle,
Edith Rolle, Bloneva Swan,
Fiona Saunders, Rosalie Smith,
Rosemary Whylly, Frances
Woodside, Alice Wright, Leoni
Buchanan, Majorie Carter and
Doris Gaitor.
Frances- Hepburn, Janneth
Knowles, Deborah Lightbourn,
Virgil Munnings, Madeline
Roberts, Olive Thompson and
Elaine Williams.
Midwifery certificates were
received by: Nathalee Bonimy,
Janice Brooks. Judy Deveaux,
Hilda Douglas, Gloria
Greenslade, Lillian Jones, Ellen
Major and Elizabeth Rolle.
Receiving Community
Nursing certificates were:
Prenetta Deveaux, Shirley
Daniels, Leone Farquharson,
Lucinda Forbes, Rosalie
Johnson, Carlotta Klass,
Shirley Nixon, Veronica
Poitier, Miriam Storr and
Shirley Saunders.
The presentation of
certificates and badges was
made by Their Excellencies Sir
Milo and Lady Butler.


the students are provided
with free lunch, the girls
taking part in the programme
must prepare it.
The students feel that it is
not fair for them to go to the
station Monday through
Friday for classes and
practical training and receive
nothing. "For the past six
weeks, we have not even been
able to buy the things we
really need because we have
not gotten one cent,"' one
student remarked.
Another complaint is the
fact that their instructor, who
is assigned by the Ministry of
Education and Culture, "does
not show up most of the
time." When that occurs, the
students either find
something else to do "or sit
down and crack jokes."


AIR, SEA

VISITORS

DECLINE
DESPITE earlier predictions
that the energy crisis would
result in a serious decline in the
overall visitor air arrivals to the
Bahamas for the first segment
of 1914, figures released today
by the Ministry of Tourism
revealed only a minimal drop of
1.1 per cent in visitor air
arrivals for the first six months
of this year as compared to the
corresponding period of last
year.
Total air arrivals for the
period January to June this
year were 531,632 as
compared to 537,564 who
flew in during the corres-
ponding period of 1973.
A decline in sea arrivals for
the first six months this year
however, resulted in a drop in
the total number of air-sea
visitors for the January-June
period. For the first six months
of this year, the total air-sea
visitor count was 742,831 as
compared to 795, 318 for the
corresponding period of 1973.
During June the total air
arrival count was 70,987, a
decline of 12.1 per cent below
80,793 which was the visitor
air arrival count for June,
1973.
A Ministry of Tourism
spokesman pointed out that
June was a soft month for
international travel generally.
The air-sea arrival count for
last month was 111,868 a
decline of 14.8 per cent below
131,277 which was the air-sea
arrival count for June, 1973.
The Total air-sea arrival
count for Nassau during the
first six months of this year
was 478,774 a drop of 4.0
per cent below 498,858 which
was the sir-sea arrival count for
January-June period, 1973.


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AN EXPANDED facility for
U.S. Customs, estimated to
cost $150,000, is to be built at
Nassau International airport
under the terms of an April 23
agreement between the U.S.
and the Bahamas.
The new quarters are being
financed by the Bahamas in
order to ensure the
continuance of U.S. pre-
clearance facilities after
expiration of the present
five-year arrangement.
Under the April Agreement
the Bahamas government is
committed to improvir' -'i
updating the U.S. ,s
facilities at the airport atin
123 days.
Although no physical
construction has yet begun, the
planning is well in hand, a
Ministry of Works spokesman
said.
The Tribune was told that
an order was placed two weeks
ago for conveyerized
inspection benches costing
$80,000. These however have a
delivery date of 12 weeks.
"We have also placed an
order with a general contractor
for the housing of the
computerized terminal units
that will be installed by
Customs," he said.
This is the same system used
at Miami's International
Airport and installed
throughout all pre-cleared
ports of entry.
The Ministry of Works is
hoping the new facility will be
completed by the end of
November or December in time
for the wAinter season.
The 14-man U.S. Customs
staff in Nassau has been
short-staffed for some time but
pressure has been increased
since July 1 when air traffic in
and out of Nassau was
doubled.
As a result a number of
flights departing Nassau have
had to be customs-cleared in
Miami, New York, Newark and
other U.S. points.
In at least one instance this
has led to rather embarrassing
consequences.
Last Saturday Bahamasair's
early morning F-227 flights
departed Nassau with the pilot
under the impression that the
flight had been pre-cleared by
U.S. Customs in Nassau.
On arrival in Miami the
aircraft pulled up to the
pre-cleared ramp and
discharged its 40 passengers.
By the time Miami Customs
realized the error, all but six of
the passengers had left the
terminal.
Under normal conditions a
carrier committing such a
breach of regulations would be
subject to a fine, but because
of the special circumstances
Bahamasair was not fined.
It is understood that the
limited faci!ites in Nassau have
also created problems for Delta
Airlines on its flights to
Newark, New Jersey. Newark
airport has no U.S. Customs
facilities, as a result of which
the airline has had to bring
Customs staff in from John F.
Kennedy airport at its own
expense and at an overtime





A SECURITY Services
guard was wounded by a lone
gunman last night during an
attempted robbery of the
Pepsi Cola plant, John F.
Kennedy Drive.
Kirkland Lightbourn, 22,
was treated at the Princes
Margaret Hospital for a bullet
wound in his hip. He has
since been discharged.
Nothing was stolen. The
police are stUll investigating.


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soldiers


to border


Britain

urges

talks
LONDON Britain urged
top Greek and Turkish
leaders today to come to
London for immediate talks
on ending the fighting on
Cyprus.
"The aim is to get a
ceasefire at the earliest
possible moment." P Foreign
Office official said.
There was no immediate
word in London on whether
the Greeks or the Turks
would accept the invitation.
Britain, Greece and Turkey
are obliged by the 1960
treaties to safeguard the inde-
pendence and constitution of
Cyprus.
Meanwhile, the Security
Council was summoned to
meet urgently at 8:30 a.m. at
the request of Greece to take
up the Turkish invasion.
The move came as the
council was about to decide
the fate of a plea by deposed
Cypriot President Makarios.
And members of the North
Atlantic Alliance said they
supported U.S. efforts to
avoid escalation of the
Cyprus issue, the Alliance
said after an emergency
meeting today.
In The Hague, the Dutch
Government today expressed
"understanding" for the
Turkish intervention.
A Foreign Ministry
spokesman said that if the
coup situation prevailed,
there would be a shift in
power contrary to the
Zurich-London agreements
which led to the
independence of Cyprus.
A brief cease-fire was
arranged in the Limassol area
while United Nations forces
tried to halt battles raging in
other parts of the island, the
British Forces Radio said.


NICOSIA, Cyprus --
Bloody fighting raged on
Cyprus today in the first
hours of the Turkish
invasion by sea and air.
Greece declared a general
mobilization and moved troops
toward its border with Turkey.
Fires burned in Nicosia.
Turkish fighter-bombers hit a
mental hospital, killing at least
20 persons and wounding 60,
an Associated Press photo-
grapher reported.
Wave after wave of Turkish
forces landed on the strategic
Mediterranean island where a
military coup led by Greek
officers last Monday outsted
President Makarios and revived
Turkish fears that Greece
would annex Cyprus.
Turkish Premier Bulent
Ecevit said: "A high number of
Turkish troops have arrived on
the island safely. Other troops
are continuing to pour into
Cyprus in waves."
Turkish paratroopers drop-
ped into the centre of the
Turkish quarter of Nicosia,
Cyprus' capital.
Turkey regards the coup by
the Greek-officered Cypriot
National Guard as a threat to
the island nation's Turkish
minority, outnumbered 4 to 1
by Greek ethnics.
The fighting involved a
complexity of forces Turks,
Greeks, Turkish Cypriots and
Greek Cypriots.
Ecevit told newsmen there
were no casualties among the
Turkish troops in the landing
operating at Kyrenia. Two
Greek Cypriot soldiers were
reported killed by a bazooka
shell that hit the Lydra palace
hotel in Nicosia.
A United Nations force of
some 2,300 men, sent to the
island 10 years ago to keep
peace between Greek and
Turkish Cypriots, took
positions along a line dividing
the two communities.
U.N. sources said they did
not expect them to become
involved in the fighting.
As the fighting raged, there
were these developments:
The North Atlantic Treaty
Organization met in emergency


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* Turkey invades Cyprus


* Jets strike hospital


* Bloody fighting rages


* Greece mobilises troops


session this morning in Brussels
on the conflict. Both Greece
and Turkey are members.
In Athens, the Greek
supreme military command
went into emergency session to
decide whether to go to war
against Turkey.
The U.S. 6th fleet was
ordered to move closer to the
coast of Cyprus to evacuate
U.S. citizens if necessary.
British Royal Air Force
units were alerted to evacuate
25,000 British nationals in
Cyprus.
In Washington, the
Turkish Embassy issued a


communique saying the
purpose of the military action
"is to get the intercommunal
talks to start as rapidly as
possible in order to restore the
situation prior to the coup and
the legitimate order."
The fighting was reported
especially heavy between
Turkish Cypriot and Greek
Cypriot forces.
Three Phantom jets of the
invading Turkish air force hit
the psychiatric hospital in
Nicosia, Associated Press
photographer Paul Roque
reported.
The hospital was near a


Greek Cypriot National Guard
headquarters.
"I arrived at the hospital
only 10 minutes after it was
hit," said Roque. "1I saw at
least 20 dead and 60 others
badly wounded."
Antiaircraft fire downed one
of the planes. It crashed behind
the hospital.
Roque said the three
Phantoms rolled in one after
the other over the hospital., ie
said hysterical inmates ran
aimlessly about or threw
themselves on the ground.


NOW IT'S


Frapco

'passed


acute

period'

MADRID General Fran-
cisco Franco "has passed
the acute period" of his
illnesses, his doctors said
today.
But they said the aged
Spanish leader was suffering
from a more serious circulation
disorder in his leg than had
previously been announced.
The doctors said the
8 1 -year-old leader, who
temporarily has turned over his
position as chief of state to
young Prince Juan Carlos de
Borbon, had normal circu-
latory pressure and "moved the
member affected by
thrombophlebitis."
Madrid's Deputy Mayor said
earlier Franco had got out of
bed on doctor's advice and
walked around his hospital
room, the news agency Furopa
Press said.
The medical communique
issued hby seven doctors said
intestinal bleeding that
endangered Franco's life early
Friday "continues controlled."
But the mention of a blood
clot was the first acknow-
ledgement since the
General entered a Madrid clinic
July 9) that he was suffering
from thrombophlebitis instead
of phlebitis, an inflammation of
the vein.
1hrombophlebitis can be
fatal if the clotting is serious
enough. President Nixon
suffered an attack of phlebitis
during his recent Mideast trip.
The medical bulletin said
"the acute period has passed,"
but it did not make clear
whlcthcr tihe doctors were
,cleirini g t., tlie intestinal
bleeding or thrombophlebitis.
Ivy hits

the girls
MANILA Wind whistled
through the Miss Universe
contest dress rehearsal today as
a typhoon threatening to
deluge the pageant's
internationally televised finale
Sunday took the life of one
person in Manila.
Two of the Miss Universe.
girls were reported ill with
coughs, according to Dr.
Constant Firme, head of the
pageant medical committee.
lie said they were Miss El
Salvador and Miss Jamaica.
Dr. Firme said both were
confined to their hotel rooms.
An unidentified driver was
killed and four persons,
including three children, were
injured whien a 25-foot
concrete wall collapsed.
I yphoon Ivv weekend the
wall.
Rain and wind played havoc
with skirts and hairdoes. Props
swayed and wind-swept rain
pelted TV cameras. But the
show will go on. (AP)


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THE TURKISH sea
landing was at Kyrenia on
the northern coast of the
Mediterranean island, 45
miles south of Turkey.
Fighting broke out in
Kyrenia and Turkish vessels
were shelling the shore.
Greek Cypriot troops fired
at Turkish helicopters
overhead.
Greece and Turkey form
the eastern edge of the
North Atlantic Treaty
Organization. They nearly
came to blows in 1963 and
1967 over Cyprus.
Near Nicosia, Turkish
Cypriots raced around in
cars, escorting Turkish


troops to Gunyela, the main
turkish-controlled airfield
nearby.
"This makes me
tremendously happy," said
one Turkish paratrooper.
"We've really been longing
for this day. Our troops are
not here to take over this
island or to invade the
Greek quarters. We are just
here to look after the
welfare of the Turkish
community."
Cyprus Radio, controlled
by the new pro-Greek
military government,
ordered all loyal soldiers to
report to their units. The
radio said:


"We have BLen subjected
to cowardly and unpro-
voked attacks. We shall give
them the traditional answer :
"Come and get us."
and get us."
The Turkish action raised
the prospect of war between
Greece and Turkey.
Meanwhile, U.S. military
officials and other Washing-
ton sources said seven
Soviet divisions had been
put on alert in western and
southern Russia in an
apparent show of support
for the Turkish side in the
dispute. But there was no
word that Soviet transport
planes were being readied to
move the troops. (AP)


GREEK TROOPS MOVE UP


GREECE declared a general mobilization
of its forces today and Greek troops were
moving into front-line positions along the
Evros river between Greece and Turkey.
The troops had been on alert since the
crisis in Cyprus erupted on Monday. The
Greek supreme command was in emergency
session today to direct military efforts.
"Turkey acted at 5:45 a.m., or 3:45 a.m.
Greenwich Mean Time, in violation of
standing agreements, its allied commitments,
and landed military forces on Cyprus," a
Greek government statement said.
"This act is a blatant violation of
international agreements governing Cyprus,


threatens international peace and comprises
a coup on Turkey's part, which endangers
vital Greek interests."
"Greece denounces these illegal Turkish
acts and declares it will defend with all its
strength its legal rights and national
interests, wherever it judges that these are
being threatened bv illegal and exoansionary
Turkish acts."
"In view of the created situation, general
mobilization has been ordered."
A rush on grocery stores for the purchase
of provisions was prompted by the invasion.
Shops and offices were closing down and


employers
home. (AP)


UK Marines fly out

BRITAIN has about 9,000 servicemen in two bases on Cyprus.
Officials said there are no plans for them to intervene in the
fighting.
The Defence Ministry
announced that 650 Royal
Marines would leave later
today in Royal Air Force
transport planes to beef up the
British garrison at Akrotirit.
They would be followed by
other units, including the
regimental headquarters of the
16-5 Lancers and three
armoured car squadrons.
The Ministry said
the military buildup was part of
,ow, or next week? a contingency plan "for the
out your furniture?reinforcement of the Sovereign
ut yosurance Company base areas for their security,
Insurance Company and to assist in the recovery
'otect you and your and protection of Service
families and other civilians to
you to explain the whom the British government
has a responsibility."
A spokesman said the British
soldiers may also be needed for
"convoy control duties and
INSIURANCE communications"
[N l R I Foreign Office officials
Stressed the troops would go to
Cyprus "to protect British lives

fight."
The Foreign Office said a
Minister would also fly to
Cyprus to help British civilians
and to determine whether they
should be evacuated.
A Foreign Office spokesman
said that so far "no need for
any evacuation from the
Sovereign base areas has
arisen."

The announcement of the
troop deployments followed an
urgent meeting between Prime
Minister Harold Wilson, James
Callaghan and Defence
Secretary Roy Mason at
tle bit better. Wilson's Downing Street
J residence. (AP)


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invasion by Tanzanian soldiers
and guerilla fighters massed
near the frontier.
A traveller reported heavy
machinegun firing and repeated
flights by Ugandan Air Force
planes near the Ugandan
border village of Mutukula
Friday morning.
But a military government
radio broadcast implied that no
fighting took place.
In Dar es Salaam, a
Tanzanian Foreign Ministry
spokesman denied that soldiers
had moved up to the border.
He said Tanzania had no plans
to attack Uganda but would
defend itself against a Ugandan
assault.
Kampala sources said the
guerillas on the Tanzanian
border were mostly Ugandan
exiles backing former President
Milton Obote, overthrown in
1971 by Gen. Idi Amin, the
present Ugandan leader.
Kampala was clam. The only
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shuttled across the city from
Amin's residential command
post on Kololo Hill.
Uganda radio said hostile
forces before dawn approached
two Ugandan border vill-
west of Lake Victoria "with
the aim of attacking Uganda,"
then withdrew 5 kilometer
inside Tanzania.
The broadcast implied that
the border was not crossed and
that no fighting occurred.

The radio reported later that
Lt. Col. Gore, commander of
the "suicide revolutionary
battalion," briefed Amin on
the situation at Mutukula. It
quoted Amin, who is also
Defence Minister and armed
forces chief of staff, as saying
he saw no reason to fight
Tanzania.
But a military spokesman
said on the radio that Ugandan
forces were prepared to strike
deep into Tanzania if war
broke out.
Ugandan planes bombed the
towns of Mwanza and Bukoba
in Tanzania in September,
1972, following an unsuccess.
ful invasion by pro-Obote
guerrillas trained in Tanzania.


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THE TRIBUNE .-. Saturday. July 10. 1974


EDITORIAL

I Just a little mistake

By ETIENNE DUPUCH (
(This is the sixth article I am writing in a series on small errors
that are now being made with increasing speed in high places in
these islands.)
We are enjoined by God Himself to "do unto others as we,
would have them do unto us ",
It's a great mistake in life ... and power politicians continue to
make it ... to create harsh and unfair conditions in any
community because some day, sooner or later, your own creation
will strike you low ... even, as the Bible warns, "unto the third
and fourth generation".

You have heard the story of the ancient king who ordered one
of his Ministers to build a maximum security prison. The
Minister, who must have had a sadistic nature, went at the job
with such enthusiasm that he built a p-ison with so many cruel
features that the king himself was shocked when he saw it ... so
much so that His Majesty had the Minister thrown into the prison
as its first inmate and subjected him to all the cruelties he had
designed for administration to others.
This man's punishment came quickly. in most cases retribution
comes slowly. It may even be delayed for a later generation ...
"even unto the third and fourth". And so men in power should
seek to pass just laws so that, when their day of power passes,
they can return to ordinary life without fear and with complete
peace of mind.

Some interesting patterns have been unfolding in Nassau in
recent weeks.
When it served their purposes the P.L.P. hierarchy encouraged
strikes and labour unrest. Now it has got out of hand and they
can't control it.
Members of the labour unions, who once glorified the P.LP.
and were prepared to tar and feather anyone who said anything
against Mr. Pindling, refused to have a P.L.P. Minister on their
Labour Day programme last year. This year they invited the
Minister of Labour to their Labour Day ceremonies ... and booed
him mercilessly. It was clear that that was their only reason for
inviting him.
In previous years they refused to have anyone from the
Opposition as a speaker on the programme. This year they invited
the Leader of the Opposition to speak to them. They listened to
himn intently and applauded his criticisms of the government.
Let the P.L.P. big wigs reflect for a minute ... who taught these
once peaceful and friendly people the power of mass
demonstration?
No less a person than Prime Minister Pindling has had two
doses of this medicine since Minister of Labour Clifford Darling
was humiliated by a hooting and booing crowd of his own people.

The Taxi Union was the foundation of the P.L.P. tower of
strcn!gth. It iany group p can claim credit for having put the party in
power, that credit ... or discredit, depending on the way you look
at it ... must go to the men of the Taxi Union.
The Taxi Union showed its strength in 1968 when it closed
down the new International Airport for two days because of the
threat of a hotel bus service at the airport.
With the approval of their own P.L.P. government they now
have a bus service there ... and it's reported that it's owned by
some of the Fat Cats in their own group!
What's more ... once again the hotels want to put on a bus
service at the airport and the P.L.P. government is encouraging
the thought.
Still more ... the Ministry of Health held a big conference at
Paradise Island recently. The taxi men had reason to expect that
they would be given tihe job for transporting the foreign delegates
to these meetings.
Instead, the job was given to capitalist Rent-A-Car operators
and it is said that school teachers, who were out on holiday, were
used as drivers.
Seems to ine that somebody has made a little mistake
soliewhclc. Could it be the taxi drivers who put these men in
power mo the Fat Cats who have so soon forgotten the services
perfonio.df lor then by the taxi drivers when they were poor men
ot in the political wilderness?
* * *
School teachers were another strong plank in the P.L.P. tower
of strength. But now there seems to be an awakening among the
teachers too.
They see theI at (Cats buying mansions on Millionaire Row and
driving around in thIe most costly limousines... it seems that a few
of these Fat Cats have a different car for every day of the week
...and so they feel that they want a piece of the Square Deal cake
too.
It is not lor nie to say that their demands are justifiable or not.
All I say is lhlat an atmosphere of extravagance has been created
among our people and now the infection is spreading.
The Treasury is lean ... even Mr. Pindling now admits this fact.
Government finds it impossible to satisfy the teachers' demands
and members of this union have awakened to the fact that
something must be seriously wrong somewhere.
And so they recently declared that members of the Bahamas
T -achers Union were being penalized for the government's
"inability to manage lie economic affairs of the nation."
There's a little mistake somewhere here too because it seems
that this intelligent group of people took a mighty long time to
wake up to thle grim facts of life in these islands today.

The story of Bahamasair is equally tragic.
The Bahamas Airways was giving the Out Islands the best


service they had ever had. This company was owned by an
English firm that had an international reputation in the world of
aviation for efficiency, safety anda high standard of service.
Readers of this column know the whole story ... the stupidity
of t lie then Minister of Transportation who was responsible for
driving this company out of the Bahamas ... and so I won't use
precious space to go over all the details again.
Suflice it to say that Bahamas Airways pulled out, leaving
nearly ICK)O Bahamians jobless. This company was paying such
good wages that, even those members of the staff who have
secured othel jobs, have come down quite a peg in the salaries
world.
Another starry-eyed Minister came along and promised the
people a first class Flag Carrier ... better than anything they had
ever had before.
He produced a Flag Carrier which is very thin on finances and
now faces a suit for nearly $5 million in a court in Miami, which
is beyonild lhe lurisdilioLi ot ithe P.L.P. government I warned the
government iJhat they would lose their shirt in this venture.
I'nii not giiig to, write another word. You, Mr. Air Traveller to
the Out 1laJds. lie the judge.

People wIh' tre.att these situations are not unaware of their
possible conseliliellces.
Although the pohlce force is seriously understaffed at the
present tline aiId it unable to serve the people as well as I know
ihelv w.slh .. 1I ietimilesi an undisclosed number of policemen to
euard the premises of the Prime Ilmnister on Millionaire Row and
to serve the oilther needs of this newly plutocratic family. The
U.B.P. Premier refused to have police protection. He felt no'need
lor it.
But Mr. Pindling must have anticipated all this because on two


One who



woift wag



his tail


SOMETIME LAST YEAR George A. Smith,
then Parliamentary Secretary in the P.L.P.
Government, made a speech in which he
extolled the value of freedom and defended the
right of citizens to criticize their Government
without being branded as traitors. This
principle is, of course, as noble today as it was a


year ago or a century ago. But
when it is repeated by
members of this P.L.P.
Government it represents
nothing more than cynicism
and hypocrisy.
At the time Mr. Smith spoke
last year the P.L.P. was well on
its way to setting a new record
in this country for political
intolerance which showed itself
all across the range from petty
spite to heartless victimization.
Humble people in the
Islands lost their jobs because
they supported candidates who
were not members of the
P.L.P.' Some of them were
elderly people who depended
on the few dollars they got for
weeding the cemetery or
scrubbing the school room.
In Nassau there were others
who suffered under the P.L.P.
heel like the young lady in the
Ministry of Tourism who was
fired because it was believed
her family did not support the
P.L.P. in the election.
Mr. Smith was also aware of
the cruel and ungodly attack
which was suffered by some
Bahamian women at Inagua
because they also thought that
they were living in a
democratic country and had
the right to support the
candidate of their choice.
These women happened to
have been married to
husbands from Turks Island so
the P.L.P; simply told the
husbands to get out of the
Bahamas.
The women were left to care
for their Bahamian children
up to nine in one family as
best they could. That is the
real and true extent of P.L.P.
commitment to democracy and
individual freedom: brazen
pretence and diabolical fraud.

Now Mr. Smith is back
before his service club
audience. This time he is a
Minister in this vile P.L.P.
Government. To be sure, he
does not come out openly
against freedom, but typical
P.L.P. impropriety and
dishonesty is evident in his
attack on A. D. (Bill)
Farquharson.
The first thing wrong with
what Mr. Smith said was where
he said it.
From time to time Ministers
of Government and other
politicians are invited to speak
before service clubs. This of
course, is a very healthy state
of affairs and those who are
invited to speak should freely
put forward their own views or
the views of the organizations
which they represent.


However, it is simply in bad
taste to take advantage of that
forum to launch a pointed and
personal attack on an
individual. And this is exactly
what the Minister did.
Mr. Smith should observe
the man he attacked and
perhaps learn something that
might help him develop a
better sense of propriety and
some other things as well.
Mr. Farquharson is a
successful young Bahamian
businessman who has earned
the respect of people not only
in the business community but
of people with whom he has
come into contact in other
walks of life.
He is competent and sincere
and he is a gentleman the
type of product that all
Bahamians can be justly proud
of, particularly in these days of
the instant fat cats with all
their ostentation and boor-
ishness.
Mr. Farquharson is himself a
member and officer of a service
club and he is President of the
Chamber of Commerce. In
these organizations he has been
most active in community
efforts. From time to time he
appears at public functions
with Ministers of the P.L.P.
Government. These Ministers
know that Mr. Farquharson is
not a supporter of their party
but they also know that he is a
civilized Bahamian with a sense
of propriety. He can always be
counted upon to treat them
with personal respect, with
respect for their office and to
observe the niceties which
these~ occasions call for.
If Mr. Smith had a similar
appreciation of these matters
he would not have chosen the
forum of the Kiwanis Club to
issue such a personal political
challenge to Mr. Farquharson.
There are other places 1o which
that kind of politicking is mnuc
appropriate but Mr. Smith,
unfortunately, cannot tell th"
difference.
On the day when Mr.
Farquharson demonstrated
against the Emergency Powers
Bill he was interviewed by
Radio Station Z.N.S. who
identified him as President of
the Chamber of Commerce.
Perhaps the Z.N.S. reporter did
not know that Mr. Far-
quharson was also a
member of the Free National
Movement, an Officer of the
party and a member c.f the
L.ecutive Committ'e of the
party. But Mr. Smith knew this
when he said to the Kiwanis
audience:
"What I could not


occasions ... despite dark threats from Fidel Castro ... he
publicly stated that he had no fear of foreign intrusion but that it
had been the experience of new governments that there was
danger of internal uprising and so he was building up a sting
internal force to anticipate this possibility.

If I may digress for a moment before going on to my second
point, I can tell the government that if they are depending on
U.S. intervention in case of Cuban aggression in these islands they
may find that they are depending on a broken reed. They would
realize this startling fact if they would read Mario L/o's
authentic and authoritative book "American Policy Failures In
Cuba" which reveals in frightening detail some of the so-called
"liberal" influences that seem. to dominate the State Department
in Washington.

Returning once again to the main theme of this discussion ..
and now the government has taken unto itself the big stick in the
shape of the Emergency Powers Bill which they rushed through
the Legislature.
And so, dear folks, there you have it.
During this week I have told you in this column of "little
mistakes" by your government that may seal your doom in the
years that lie ahead and bequeath to generations of unborn
Bahamians a rocky path to negotiate on the laugh road of life.
I'm sorry I can't paint you a more cheerful picture. I'm
particularly sorry for those ol you in the minority who did not
help to create this Frankenstemian Monster because you deserve
better.

And so ... next week. I will return to my more cheerful travel
series.

THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
You made me what I am today
I hope you're satisfied. -- Opening lines in an old song.

See. see! What shall I see?
A horse's head where his tail should be. NURSERY RHYME


understand and I hope in hi.,
interest that he makes his
position clear is how Mr. Bill
Farquharson, President of the
Bahamas Chamber of Com-
merce, could find himself
completely against a Billl that
was designed to protect the life
and property of the members
of his own organization.
"Mr. Farquharson actively
demonstrated against the Bill
at Rawson Square, which was
his right as a free man, but
within the context of his role
as Chamber President, I find
his behaviour difficult to
rationalize."
Now if Mr. Smith genuinely
finds it difficult to understand
Mr. Farquharson's action that
is not because Mr. Far-
quharson's action is in fact
difficult to rationalize. It is
because Mr. Smith finds it
difficult to think rationally.
There is an obvious threat in
Mr. Smith's statement when he
calls on Mr. Farquharson "in
his interest" to make his
position clear. Does he think
that Mr. Farquharson is the
type who would snivel before
his ministerial eminence? If he
really knew Bill Farquharson


he would not lay odds on it.
Without going into a
discussion on the Emergency
Powers Bill it is enough to ay
that many Bahamian bus-
inessmen do not believe
that the Bill was designed to
protect the lives and property
of members of the Chamber of
Commerce.
There are Bahamian trade
union leaders and ordinary
workers, too, who do not
believe that the Bill was
designed to protect their lives
and property.
There is a deep suspicion
that the P.L.P. Government
would use this power for
precisely the opposite reasons:
to infringe unnecessarily on the
freedom of certain citizens and
to seize control of private
property when it suits the
selfish purposes of the
Government to do so.
In the light of that it should
be evident to Mr. Smith that
Mr. Farquharson's action was
quite rational from the point
of view of a Bahamian
businessman, from the point of
view of a member of the
Opposition and, most im-
portantly from the point of
view of an ordinary Bahamian
citizen who values his freedom.

One more point. There are
obviously those in the
Chamber who are now ready to
creep and crawl before the
Minister. Some of them, as Mr.
Farquharson said, did not
whimper when a former
President of the Chamber
actively campaigned for the
P.L.P. in the election. Now
they want to claw at Mr.
Farquharson for exercising his
freedom in political action.
They should be grateful to
have a courageous gentleman
like Bill Farquharson who is
prepared to make sacrifices in
the long range interest of their
country and, therefore, in their
own interest while some of
them can only wag their tails
before the master so they can
hang on to whatever bone they
might have.


The Free National
Movement has branded many
out island schoolhouses as
unfit for teachers and children
to work in and has called on
Government to do something
about it urgently.
The FNM said that officials
of the party had been making
visits to the islands this year
and found "an alarming
number" of schoolhouses
which the Government has
allowed to fall into a serious
state of disrepair. "Many are in
need of extensive repairs and
even painting. The furnishings
are also dilapidated in too
many instances and on the
whole the school is a dismal
and depressing place for
hundreds of Bahamian children
and demoralising for many

FRANCE TO


teachers."
The FNM aid that a
particularly bad example was
the choe at Ross. Long
Island. rTho door of thia s
school are dropping off. Mot
of the windows are out and the
furnishings are shabby. It
would be unforgiveable for the
children of Roses and the other
children throughout th
Family Islands to have t
return to this same depress g
atmosphere after the sumSr t
vacation.
'"Th Ministry of Educt4 .o a
must take immediate step to
carry out repairs which v"
make the schoolhouses t
kind of place they should b.
for the development of thL
next generation of Baham-,
ians."

GO DOWN


WITH COLOURS FLYING
PARIS The liner France contributed to her glory.
"will go down with her colours "And priority for passengers
flying" when she is retired in will go to the 'repeaters.'
October, the French trans- Thirty or 40 per cent of all her
atlantic company says. passengers in recent years
Her last crossings between travelled on the France year
Le Havre and New York will be after year.
"gala and farewell" trips "to 'There will be about 1,340
honour the men who made her passengers for these final trips,
great and the passengers who, we estimate, and the last
were so faithful to her," a voyage from New York will
company spokesman said. not be a direct crossing, but
The liner is losing $24 million will include some tourism,
a year, and on July I the perhaps a run down the U.S.
French government withdrew Atlantic coast and a stop in
the subsidy that enabled the Ireland."
France to stay in service. The final sailing from New
"After 110 years on the York is scheduled for the
Atlantic, we intend to finish evening of Oct. 17. But a
with a certain class," said the Transat executive said, "we
Transat company's director-, think that the city and state of
general, Roger Carour. r. New York,may wish to bid
For her final crossings, 'farewell to the France
possibly the last two each way, Carour said Transat was
the liner will be one class, a negotiating with several
spokesman said. possible buyers of the huge
"We will have aboard many liner. But he said the talks were
of the crew that made her in the preliminary stages, and
famous former captains and he would give no details. The
chief pursers, barmen like Soviet Union was interested for
Raymond, many who a time but decided the ship was


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BERNADETTE THOMPSON, (pictured) Miss Discovery
Day 1973, is nearing the end of her reign which
commenced last October 8 when she was crowned Queen of
the Miss Discovery Day Pageant at the Le Cabaret Theatre,
but the closing weeks of her year will be exciting ones.
Yesterday, Queen Bernardette and her court flew to
Rock Sound, courtesy of Pan American World Airways, to
commence a fun-filled weekend as guests of Cape
Eleuthera, Ltd. Chaperoned by Mrs. Jackie Armbrister of
the Pageant Committee, the Queen is accompanied by her
first runner-up, Valaria Carroll, and by her
"ladies-in-waiting ," Diana Maycock, Althes Williams and
Judy Bastian.
Next Saturday, July 27th, Miss I hompson will be guest
of honour at a gala barbecue at the Sonesta Beach Hotel,
commencing at 8 p.m., tickets for which may be purchased
at the door or from any member of the Miss Discovery Day


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PREACHING: 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY: PRAYER & PRAISE
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CORPORATION


ACCOUNTANT


The Corporation is seeking a Bahamian to fill a
challenging position in its Accounts Department.
Applicants should hold an acceptable professional
accounting qualification and should have several
years experience in the preparation of accounting
information for Corporate Management.
The Corporation offers attractive salary scales,
an excellent fringe benefit program, including a
non contributing pension plan and a
comprehensive medical insurance scheme.
This is an excellent opportunity for the
successful candidate to work with an expanding
Coropration employing modern computerized
management accounting systems.
Full details of career to date should be forwarded
not later than 31st July, 1974 to:


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Asst. General Manager/L. & P.A.
BaTelCo
Nassau, Bahamas


Pageant Committee.
But Miss Discovery Day will reach the highpoint of her
reign on Saturday, August 3rd, when accompanied by her
official chaperone, Miss Ethelyn Russell, she will board an
International Air Bahamas plane for a thrilling 13-day
triumphant tour of Europe.
Flying from Nassau courtesy of IAB, Miss Thompson and
Miss Russell will land in Luxemburg, after which they will
proceed to Zurich, Switzerland, Paris, France, Rome and
Genoa, Italy, and to Tunis in North Africa. "The Paradise
Island Holiday Inn has made it possible for the Bahamian
ladies to sample the luxurious accommodations furnished
by the Holiday Inn chain in Luxembourg, Zurich and
Rome," a spokesman said.
Miss Discovery Day will be received in Genoa by the
Mayor of Christopher Columbus' birthplace, whom she will
invite officially to come to Nassau as a guest of honour at
the 1974 Miss Discovery Day Pageant, to be held in the
Polaris Hall of the Paradise Island Holiday Inn Thursday
evening, October 10th and at the Discovery Day ceremonies
to be staged at San Salvador on October 12th -- sponsored
jointly by the New World Discovery Quincentennial Trust
and by the San Salvador Discovery Day Festival
Committee.
Sen. Hon. Dr. Doris Johnson is Chairman of the New
World Discovery Quincentennial Trust, launched last October
to lay the groundwork for the hemispheric observation on
October 12th, 1992 of the 500th anniversary of
Columbus's first landing in the Bahamas.
The establishment of the Quincentennial Trust has
already been recognized by the hemispheric Chamber of
Commerce of the Americas, the Board of Directors of
which has passed a resolution congratulating Dr. Johnson
and the Bahamian people for taking the initiative in the
planning of the celebration of this coming milestone in the
history of all the Americas.
Dr. Johnson expects that a spectacular, unique and
fitting landmark for the spot where Columbus is thought to
have first set foot will be ready for dedication this coming
October 12th. The nature of the landmark will not be
released until its completion date is assured.
Miss Valaria Carroll, first runner-up at last year's Miss
Discovery Day Pageant will be given a trip to either Brussels
or Frankfurt in mid-August, courtesy of Bahamas World
Airways.

Two youth leaders

attending conference


ANTHONY L. Brown, an
assistant teacher at R.M. Bailey
High School and Kirkwood
Seymour, the Secretary,
General to the Central Council
of the National Youth
Congress and an employee of
the National Insurance Board,
left Nassau On July 13 to
attend a course in Advanced
Youth Studies at the
Commonwealth Caribbean
Regional Centre for Youth
Work in Georgetown, Guyana.
Mr. Brown and Mr. Seymour
are recipients of Bursaries
awarded under the Common-
wealth Youth Programme
setup by the Commonwealth
Secretariat in 1973.
Commonwealth Heads of
Governments at their meeting
in Ottawa, Canada in August
1973 endorsed the decision
taken in Lusaka in January,
1973 by Ministers concerned
with youth matters to establish
a Commonwealth Youth Pro-
gramme to be administered by
General. Subsequently it was
decided that in order to
implement the programme
three Regional Youth Centres
would be established and these
are located in India, Africa and
Guyana.
At a Regional Planning
meeting held earlier this year it
was agreed that the main
course offered by the Centre
would extend over a period of
nine months commencing with
a short intensive course in basic
disciplines related to Youth
Work, followed by a field
study undertaken in the
student's home country and
concluding with another
concentrated course of three
months duration.
The Guyanese Centre is the
first to become operational and
the course will take place at
the University of Guyana and


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P. O. Box N3048 NASSAU, BAHAMAS


NOTICE
Bahamas Telecommunications Corporation is leased to announce that
New Automatic Telephone Exchanges are presently being installed at
Harbour Island, Governor's Harbour and Rock Sound, Eleuthera.
When commissioned on 3rd August, 1974 these exchanges would provide
expanded and improved communication services to these areas.
Residents living in Harbour Island, Governor's Harbour, North and South
Palmetto Point, Rock Sound including the Airport and Rock Sound Club
area, who are interested in obtaining telephone service are now being invited
to contact BaTelCo's Offices in their respective areas, at their earliest
convenience.

When applying for service, applicants are requested to provide information
regarding street name and number of pole nearest their property.
Applicants are also reminded that to be included in the Supplementary
Directory, their applications MUST be filed not later than the 8th July,
1974. Anyone applying for service after this date, their names will not
appear in the Supplement but will appear in the 1975 Directory.
BaTelCo looks forward to serving you.


at the Youth Centre's head-
quarters at Kuru Kuru.


Bahamasair

to start

all cargo

service

August 1

THE FIRST scheduled all
cargo service between Miami
and Nassau will be inaugurated
by Bahamasair August 1, a
spokesman for the airline said
this week.
The airline is using a leased
DC-6 which has a cargo
capacity of 30,000 pounds.
Initially, there will be two
scheduled flights a week
leaving Miami at approximately
2:30 p.m. every Tuesday and
Thursday.
The schedule will then be
developed in response to the
requirements of shippers, the
spokesman said.
"We have sole use of the
aircraft and the frequency of
flights will depend on the
market demand", he said. "If
we want to we can fly 24 hours
a day."
Rates will be competitive
with other air freight
operators, but should be more
economical for small
shippers who cannot afford to
charter their own lane and
more convenient for large
shippers, the spokesman said.
Aji extension of the service
to Miami-Freeport and
Nassau-Freeport is anticipated
if there is sufficient demand.
The aircraft is being
maintained by Airtech in
Miami. Handling, receiving and
warehousing facilities in Miami
are provided by Air Agency
Inc., a division of the
Greyhound Corporation.
At present, the only regular
cargo service into the Bahamas
is provided by the scheduled


PATTERN-MAKING NOW MADE

EASIER THAN SEWING!


"My dresses always look
home made" is now a lament
of the past.
Heinz Bludau, internation-
ally known author, lecturer
and designer has created a basic
system whereby anybody can
now make perfect-fitting pat-
terns simply by referring to
the figures set out for her.
Mr. 'B', has travelled the
world teaching his amazing
method of pattern making.


He says, "there is no ex-
cuse for a woman to waste
hours looking for a pattern,
and then spend further hours
altering it when she could be
making her pattern from
scratch in just 20 minutes."
"Everyone makes it so dif-
ficult. Why start with a pat-
tern that is all wrong and try
and correct it, when the logical
procedure is to start with your
individual fit!"
"Do you know that there
are unlimited classes to help
you sew better, but not one to
help you make a perfect pat-
tern quickly and without years
of study?"
It took years, but Mr.
Blidau has developed a fool-
proof way for everyone even
a rank beginner- to actually
make professional patterns for
any size.


And the absolute beauty
of it is it takes almost no

To dunces like myself, who
never made the grade in arith-
metic, this perhaps is the whole
beauty of this paper-pattern
cutting system; you don't have
to worry your pretty little
head about figures at all, ex-
cept the one you walk tin.
More than that I am not go-
ing to divulge; on paper It
would only read like a geome-
tric problem. But I went to one
of the demonstrations and,
take it from me, it's as easy as
falling off ilog.


this system you need two -
bust and hips and these only
to give you starting points.

Why or how, he decided the
bust and the hip would make
the best starting point I do not
know, especially when I dis-
covered that these two meas-
urements are taken at the
broadest part of the anatomy
involved. It merely added a bit
of hilarity to the demonstra-
tion when the member of the
audience who was acting as
dressmaker's dummy was in-
formed that her bust measured
110. Not hers to reason why;
but only to follow slavishly.
"With my method you get
a professional looking garment
by starting with a perfect pat-
tern," he says, "and that means
a perfect pattern for YOU, not
for everyone else that happens
to have your bust size. And
that alone cuts your sewing
time in half."
He was born in Germany
with a typical, analytical mind.
At 24 he was owner, manager
and director of a manufactur-
ing plant. Ten years ago he
moved to the U.S.A. to make
his'home here. He pilots his
own plane and delights in stop-
ping off in 'Gardens of Eden'
all over the world.
He has always been greatly
interested in the Fashion
World, mainly the manufac-
turing end. Attending a fashion
convention in his native Dues-
seldorf, he was struck by the
fact that, although the gar-
ment industry had whole teams
of efficiency experts perfect-
ing faster, easier and better
methods of production, almost
no attempt was being made to
help the millions of home
dressmakers the World over.
Impulsively he threw him-
self into an intensive study of
the situation, interviewing hun-
dreds of home dressmakers to
learn frst-hand what problems
they run into and what
attempts had been made to
solve them.
He was appalled to find
how antiquated the methods
were that supposedly help-
ed people fit themselves.
"The problem is the
"AVERAGE SIZE" tthre is no
such thing. We are all indivi-
dual with our own little figure
quirks, and our patterns must
be made to.accommodate our
bodies not the other way
aroundd"


uung the course of his
Normally you'd need about lively and often hilarious lec-
15 memuements to achieve tues, he throws all the old
a sfmtoff die pattern. In thories to the winds.


It no longer matters what
your size is, big mall -
long short, or a combination
of them alL
"At first they're very skep-
tical," he says, "they think
there must be some gimmick,
that it's not possible, but when
I take a volunteer from the
audience, preferably someone
with absolutely no sewing
knowledge, and she actually
makes a pattern out of a blank
sheet of paper, for the very
first time n her life, well, you
can imagine...
"You should hear them
when the pattern is tried on
and fits perfectly."
"Miraculously, and for rea-
sons known only to mathema-
ticians, the final answer is still-
your own proportions worked
out to scale.
During the course of it all,
Mr. Bludau has written several
books and to make sure the
instructions are as straight
forward and simple as he would
like them, he has them tested
by both school children and
average home seamstresses.
Only if they can be followed
with only one reading is he
satisfied.
Although he used to be a
one-man team, and loved to
pop off to parts unknown at
the drop of a hat. He has
found that he simply cannot
get around fast enough to
satisfy all the requests pouring
in for his lectures from all over.
So he's done the next best
thin#. When he lectures in
foreign countries, he always
leaves a trained team of experts
behind. As he says: "After all,
it's not me they need, it's my
method and short cuts."

And I can't argue with that,
especially after witnessing a
completely unsuspecting mem-
ber of his audience fit another
member of that same audience
by just following hs instruc-
tions. And all of It done with
not once biting her lip.
With the cost of living con-
stantly on the rise, it's no
wonder that women flock to
attend his lectures. Not only
do they learn to cut their own
patterns, thereby making a
great saving, but he also non-
chalantly drops such gems as
how to change the lines of a
baic pattern by moving a dart
or adding a side.paneL
And when Ithinkof allt
draw and dlost mpace I can
now "mply of il tbo pat-
tens 'I alwa intended M
one on time,' I ,y: "aa
oMMaLW^


STHE TRIBUNE --- Saturday, July 20, T


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BAHAMASAIR'S new cargo plane, a leased DC 6. will begin twice-weekly scheduled air fright
service between Miami and Nassau August 1. The aircraft has a capacity of 30,000 pounds and can
handle palletized cargo. Flights will leave Miami at approximately 2:30 p.m. each Tuesday and
Thursday.


carriers which have a limited
amount of space available.
Bahamasair will be able to
handle large consignments
including palletized cargo. The
possibility of custom-made
containers for the aircraft is
also being explored.


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you're wrong. You a"
reading this aren't youth
Call 2-276 f foray
Ular display ads.
p omtono m Ilo


N O ON We are not closing

THE BAMA RESTAURANT
in The Nassau Harbour Clubl
JUANITA ROBERTS
Hostess


NOEL SEYMOUR
Manager


Mower


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SUNDAY BUFFET 12 noon 3 p.m. $4.40 including tip.

LUNCHEON SPECIALS 12 noon 3:30 p.m.
Boiled Fish, Grits, Johnny Cake; Lobster Salad; Chicken Souse; Grouper Fingers, Peas & Rice, Stewed Fish &
Johnny Cake (Fridays).

DINNER SPECIALS 6 p.m. midnight
Turtle Pot Pie; Fillet of Red Snapper, Amondine; Broiled Grouper in White Wine Sauce; Lobster Stuffed in
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Learn how to fit your body perfectly
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CUTTING i


& DESIGNING


Guest Lecturer will be Mr.Bludau internationally
known lecturer, author and designer who is on his
"Around the World" Lecture Tour.

With Mr. Bludau's simplified
and revolutionary invention you
will be able to make your own
pattern for any figure and your
sewing will always have a
professional look. Mr. Bludau
will supplement his lecture with
demonstrations from his
books and kits.

LEARN HOW TO
Fit all figures cut your sewing time in half make'high-fashion
patterns at a fraction of normal cost 9 make patterns for men,
women and children 0 cut and sew plaids and stripes accurately 0
change dart positions easily and perfectly.
Thee We just a few of the exciting things you will see.
In just 3 hours you will go home and be able to make
your own Fashion Pattern for any size.
Anyone Can Do It! Prove It To Yourself!
Be sure to attend and receive
his special, FREE INSTRUCTION KIT
-With Everything For Instant Pattern Making Success-

TUITON FEE ........... $50
FASHION SEMINAR to be held at:

SHERATON BRITISH COLONIAL
DOWNTOWN NASSAU
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TUESDAY, JULY. 23rd and
WEDNESDAY, JULY 24th only
TIMES: 9:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
BOTH DAYS

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Visitors can get a an-stop tour of the entire Island by sight-sing from the Watt 'rower.


NOTICE
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at the

GOVERNMENT

WAREHOUSE

ARAWAK CAY
on Tues23rd July 1974 at 10:00 am.
Biggest Auction in the last 25 yrs.

TERMS CASH ONLY

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Looking down from the Water Tower. one gets an impreailv vi. O ftil ity ad f wat front. At teft Is the Sheraton-British
mediate foreground (left) is the Pstt Office, esrssI.rfli Which stands the old Royal Victoria Hotel.


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Bird's eye view of Nassau -or ust 25 cents


"IF YOU look to my east,
ladies and gentlemen, you will
see the Queen's Staircase. It
was cut out by slaves in 1812,
and has 66 steps, one buried in
the ground.
The Water Tower looms
majestically atop Bennet's Hill
like a reigning sovereign. It
provides a daily one stop tour


of the island for many visitors.
Standing 216 feet above sea
level, it gives a breath-taking
view of the island. Do it in
June and you'll get an even
more dazzling view of the
Royal Poinciana flowers in
bloom everywhere.
"In the centre of the
island", continues the youthful


guide, pointing toward Bay
Street, "Is the main shopping
area. Located here is
Parliament Square with its
colonial style buildings that
house our Government. Here
also is found Rawson Square
where an array of colourful
native straw work is always on
display.


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The beautiful waters that
you see is that of the Prince
George Wharf where luxury
liners, many of which you can
see from here, are berthed
together with smaller boats
from out Out Islands."
And so the tour goes on.
The Water Tower adjoins
Fort Fincastle, and is found at
the top of the Queen's
Staircase. It was built in 1928
to provide storage tor the city's
watet supply, a function that it
still performs. The highest
point on New Providence
Island, It has an elevator
that takes visitors to the top
for a small fee of 25 cents. It
has become a favourte spot
with visitors and local children
who linger nearby "reciting"
Bahamian history to the
visitors.
"The building over there is
the Nassau Public Library",
one of them will proudly
state."lt was built between the
years 1796 and 1800.
"Glancing now slightly east
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of Bay Street, the huge yellow
structure before you is the
Royal Victoria Hotel. This
hotel housed Civil War officers
from the States after its
completion in 1862, and eveh
though it no longer caters to
guests its gardens, which are
the island's finest are now used
for Sunday concerts.
"Toward the western end of
the island is Fort Charlotte,
one of the four forts in NeW
Providence. Here wax figures in'
historic scenes are displayed in
dungeons..."
Imagine! All this gained,
from a 25 cents elevator ride to
the top of the Lower, and
better still, no muscle strain.
Before taking the elevator
down, linger on a little, and
ta-c a really good look at the
beautiful Poinciana flowers.
And don't forget 'that
camera! Now you can leave,
assured of where you want to
go while in New Providence,
and why. You'll be full of tales
for the folks back home.


The Queen's Staircase, with its miniature waterfall, is a
hand-hewn staircase of 66 steps cut into solid limestone. It
is 102 feet high, and can be seen best from the Water
Tower.



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DEAR ABBY: I have been living common law with a
man for 12 years. He pays all the bifs and we are just like
man and wife. Our kids call him "Daddy" (we have eight).
I just found out by accident that he is also "Daddy" to
sevun other kids, and has been living common-law with
another woman 90 miles from here.
For years he has left here on Monday morning and come
home on Thursday evening. If I can prove that he spends
more time with me than he spends with the other woman, is
he my common-law husband, or is he hers? Can a common-
law husband be a bigamist? And where would it leave me if
he fell over dead? Thank you. CONFUSED
DEAR CONFUSED: It would leave you with a lot of
questions that only a lawyer could answer. Why don't you
see one now? It's a lot easier to get information out of a live
common-law husband than a dead one.
DEAR ABBY: Debbie and I graduated from college 13
years ago. We were sorority sisters and close friends. I got
married first and invited Debbie. She couldn't come, but she
sent me a wedding gift. (She lived in San Francisco and I
lived in Chicago.) -
Two years later I got an invitation to Debbie's wedding,
and I am ashamed to say I didn't even acknowledge it. I
kept meaning to send her a present but I never did.


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that HAMILTON JOSEPH BAIN
of Kemp 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 20th day of July 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.


Is "daddy" a

common-law .bigamist?
Debbie n.'.-ied a fellow who did..': hvc -'n; Ing, but
since that time I heard he has made a fantastic success in
business.
My husband and I are moving to Oakland, which is ju&t:
across the bridge from San Francisco, and I want to renew
my friendship with Debbie, but I don't know how to go
about it.
Should I send her a wedding present with a card: "Hi!
Better late than never," and then follow it up with a letter
saying we are moving to Oakland and I'd like to get
together? GOOFED
DEAR GOOFED:No. Debbie might suspect that your
sudden interest in renewing the .friendship is in some w"n --
connected with her husband's "fantastic success." (Is it'?;
DEAR ABBY: I was surprised to learn from your column
that a 19-year-old patient can report her psychiatrist to the
ethics committee of the local county medical society and/or
psychiatric society if he betrays her confidence-even to her
parents.
What about underage adolescents? Don't you think
parents have a right to know what's going on In the minds
of their children? CURIOUS
DEAR CURIOUS: Most psychiatrists try to be
extremely protective of an adolescent's confidences, but if
an adolescent is involved in some serious antisocial or illegal
behavior, the psychiatrist may have to disclose some
confidential information for the protection of the patient
and his parents from the consequences of such actions.
There is an increasing trend toward family' therapy in
which the adolescent and his parents are treated together,
so the issue of confidentiality does not even arise.

I NOTICE


TAKE NOTICE that the private roads leading
through the sub-division known as Grosvenor
Close, Shirley Street, Nassau, a plan of which is
filed in the Crown Lands Office will be closed to
the general public for a period of twenty-four
hours commencing at twelve noon on Sunday 28th
July, 1974.
BAHAMAS INTERNATIONALTRUST
COMPANY LIMITED
As Owner


Crossword answers


EXPLANATIONS OF
MORE DIFFICULT CLUES
CLUES ACROSS:
1. WRINKLING not
crinkling. "Crinkling up,"
suggests puckering up skin
that is otherwise smooth
(i.e., when not being
crinkled). "WRINKLING
up" (i.e. intensifying the
already WRINKLed skin)
is more apt for "men"
who "habitually" do so,
"when they concentrate."
7. FASTER not fatter. A
gun "dog" is a working
"dog" and the clue refers


Only British Airways



offers you all this to London.


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2 direct flights from Freeport.

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to "during the season."
FASTER. S E
M S E E 0
16. NAP not nip. One alwaysP
OwN 0 0 BIT






F have "a NAP," too, one is
TUGS her sister" (who is
S F POP N T
CHANGE 0 C
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to "during the season."
Therefore, to be fat is
highly unlikely, making
the comparative fatter,
much less apt than
FASTER.
16. NAP not nip. One always
"feels better" lying down
if "feeling seasick" and if
one has relaxed enough to
oave family.NAP," too, one is


a pup in "the famly."
beneficial.
21. TUGS not hugs. "If she
TUGS her sister" (who is
about to mix with the
other children and leave
"her") back "to her", yes.w
"If she" wants "her sister
ton't be so close that "she"
actually "hugs her to
her," it suggests fear
rather than being "shy."
19. POP not pup. POP is more
grammatically correct for
the clue phrase, "the POP
of the family." It's rather
a pup in "the family."
21. CHLOSSANGE not chanless. "If" hce.
"Wonders from every
CHANGE in life" is more
to the point, but only
rom t he "reances less"
seesan in takes, which
wonyeart be for example" one
Normally, havea swell"
doesn't present enough of
a challenge for it to be
any greaNUTS not es "or a nyourew
seagoing craft," making
SPrecreationLL a more
all-inclusive answer, with
varied weather and varied
difficulties over a period.
23. LOSS not less. "If" he and
but "if" he "realizes lessaying
than in a previous bumper
year, for example, "he"
may still have done well,
even though "it" is "a bad
year," by comparison. f
CLUES DOWN:
3. NUTS not nets. "For your
enawajoy menost (of ti.e.
consumption) in a family
recreation room," favors
NUTS (e.g. along with
drinks at a party). Net
rather than nets oified a
ping-pong table, fore
likrtely to make "rmore, it's playinou




wondthe game that provides ther."
"enjoyment," not part of
the equipment.
5. GREEN not Greek. Thea
fact that it's Greek takes
away most of t "he
mystery, since you know
it's "a Greek wine" of
some sort, making. The
utterly unidentified
"GREEN label" more
likely to matone "you




DOPING. Furthermore,






the clue phrase, "with
patent analgesics," makes
doing rather superfluous.
6. WAY not say. "Having
had her WAY" and dealt












snowball. "Seeing his first
SNOWFALL" is basic to
the clue's reference to "a
child from the tropics
visiting a cold climate for
the first time." It's rather
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NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LOUISE ELIZABETH
SIMMONS of Constitution Drive, 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 13th 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 SARAH VICTORIA GRANT
of Montell Heights off. Robinson Road 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 th. 13th 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 SUSAN WILLIAMS of Miami
Street Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who
knows any reason why registration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-eight days from the 13th 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 RICHARD TUCKER of St.
James 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 13th 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 GEORGE ALEXANDER
CLARKE of Miami St. N.P. 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 13th 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 qiven that MARY ROLETA
SYMONETTE of Watlins Street, Coconut Grove, Nassau is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationd.ity and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 13th day of July 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs,
P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.




NOTICE
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of Sunshine Park in the Southern District of the Island of




Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau:.


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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that WILLIAM HOOSEVELT
SEYMOUR of Kemp 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 20th day bf
July 1974 to The Ministbr responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, p. 0. Box N-3002,
Nassau.


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THE TRIBUNE --- Saturday, July 10, 1974
E" Mrs. Lillian Bastian and
Mrs. Margaret Fox, both
S I systems analysts, are
currently in Toronto, Canada.
They are attending courses on
Burroughs Series L. Magnetic
Ledger Office Computers and
Burroughs B700 Magneti4
Disc Based Computer
Systems.
Mr. Charles Bethel, a field
engineer with the company,
has just returned from
Canada, having successfully
completed five weeks
studying advanced computer
maintenance techniques. This
follows closely upon Mr.
Bethel's training course in
London, England, nine
months ago.
Mr. Errol Knowles. chief
accountant, is in San Juan,
Puerto Rico, attending a
Burroughs regional
controllers seminar held to
discuss the implications of
changing world trading and
economic conditions.
Pictured left to right are
Mr. Knowles, Mr. Bethel and
Mrs Bastian.


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Thursday, Uptown Saturday
Night matinees at 3:00 and
5:00, evening 9:00, Parental


discretion is advised.
Starts Friday, Thomasine
and Bushrod matinees at 3:00
and 4:55, evening 9:00.
Parental discretion is advised.
Thomasine & Bushrod a
black western love tragedy that
stars Vonetta McGee as the
bounty-hunting Thomasine and


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Evening 8:30
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Yang Sze, Chiang Fan
Plus
"THE SHOOTING" G.
Jack Nicholson,
Millie Perkins
'Phone 22534


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Sunday Continuous
from 5:00
Monday Continuous
from 3:00
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One woman's loyalty and
the realisation that love can
mean more than inUnicy iaussL
Vonetta McGee to ieam up
with Max Julien when she
learns her ex-hoyinend is
wanted for murder and hunk
robbery
Julien's quick jclnons can
sometimes lihe lustiled as hid
gunning down of a iciutus
bank robber, portrayed b)
Jackson D. Kane. who had


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desire to a\enge the killulig. is
what forces Julien .. school
Kane.
Mc(;ee's dhillly to jassis Is
also displayed by her quick
thinking to shoot down a town
inarshail, played hy George
Murdock. who is about to kill
Julien after having been
humiliated hy him
This particular incident is
loIlowed by the iwoc llieting
an escape Irtm their
prediLamcni and they team
up as l toers, to become
selt-slylcd Robin liiods -
robbing hanks and lipiling ihei
poor Io imnprote heir lile--.,l ir
I heir jassisjtan e is
well-received h\ ithe poor who
hC oinme thtr Irit-nds in relurn
and all l i ,(,c kills ., bnke' ,
played by Bud C'oiila. the
couple decide' it, ihajk up with
a tribe o h1 li l t 'l1 lling Indians
The tribhe i headed by a
blind woman, played by
Juanita Moore, who was a firm
friend of Julien's mother, a
Comanche Indian who has
since died.
The two are almost captured
when Kip Allen, a local
storekeeper crashes in on them
but Jamaican gunslinger Glynn
Turman helps them escape.

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be' a mild, meek-mannered
youth who is hiding in the
village because of the
accidental kilhng of his
girl-fnend's brother.
As underworld influences
attempt to engage a stronghold
in the area, they bring with
them a martial arts expert
whose phenomenal size and
hertulean strength is displayed
in such a vivid manner
throughout to give the movie
its name.
Chinese Hercules was
produced by the Hong Kong
film company, Kia Fai, and
was directed by Choy Tak.


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Monday and Tuesd qy M:atinee
continuous, fror.i 2 p m.,
evening S.30. No me under 18
will be admit -d.
Juvenile delinquency,
prepetuated through inateridl
greed and covetousness on the
part ol two adult fences, one
of them a religious fanatic, is
disO IoiCIsed on in "Brother on
the Run" starring Kyle
Johnson. Gauny Rist and Terry
(C.rier
A nol her Southern Star
release. "Brother on the Run"
is JcLitlaly based on a true
slorY and minicrial for it was
gaiJh erd I romilldes of an
Ainr.' to ji. poli.he department.
rh i nmiile relfects a
coinleipirajry thinking in
r,.gard t o law enforcement.
1.i.11 problems and the
(tii lon 1 of individual
resptnsibhilty in our complex
St O t ji uiture-
Billy Cooper pldys the part
of a young, black, broke,
teen-ager who along with his
white friend, Frank, similarly
busted, finds himself with a
pistol pointed at his head as
they are caught stealing from
an appliance store.
The owner of the store is
killed with the gun when the
youths jump him and a
desperate chase by police
follows to capture the pair.
Terry Carter, well known to
television audiences as a result
of his constant co-starring role
in "McCloud," plays a black
college professor and
ex-football star who tries to
rescue Cooper before police get
him and treat him as a killer.
In the ensuing drama, the
facts soon come to light that
Brother John, a phony
religious fanatic was a "fence"
for the merchandise the boys
have been heisting.
And it also occurs that a
police detective, played by
Byron Morrow, is not as
straight as he would have one
believe but also involved in the
"fence business."
STARTS WEDNESDAY Y,
The Stranger's Gundown plus
Miss Melody Jones matinee
continuous from 2.15, evening
8.30 p.m. Parental discretion is
advised.
Miss Melody Jones is the
story of a young black girl
trying to become a motion
picture star in Hollywood's
white world.
Portrayed by Philomena
Nowlin, Melody attempts to
attain stardom by shedding all
her black traits and pretending
to be white.
Melody lives this white
existence until she meets Tim
Bobinson, played by Ronald
Warden, a film maker from
UCLA.
The two become
romantically involved until the
desire to become a Hollywood
star continues to beckon
causing them to separate.
When Melody is living with a
gay white boy or working for a
white promoter of nudie films,
she is not really herself. After
she meets Tim, he brings out
the gentleness in her.
Melody is a person who
reacts with hope and belief in
tomorrow in the face of any
adversity: perhaps her problem
is that she doesn't stop to take
time to realise who she really
is.
SAVOY
SATURDAY Night 8.30
p.m. thru Friday, The Chinese
Herclues plus The Shooting
Sunday thru Friday matinee
continuous from 2.30, evening
8.30. Plus late features
Tuesday and Friday night.
Yang Sze, a former
Mr."Hong Kong" stars in the
National General Pictures'
release "Chinese Herclues" as a
new super villian who emerges
as a destructive force in a little
sea-coast village where the
people earn their living as
stevedores.
Several bloody battles take
place in the picture and the


Tribute to
ROME Designer Andre
Laug paid tribute this week to
Marlene Dietrich and took a
dig at the women's movement
as he unveiled his couture
collection for fall and winter.
Laug said his stylish clothes
were inspired by the Dietrich
of "The Scarlet Empress" and
CROSSWORD
ANSWERS
that he would "look
forward to" making "his
first snowball."
12. TOP not mop. TOP is
more apt for the clue
phrase, "kicked it along
nosily," which is hardly
possible with a mop.
13. OFFICES not officer.
Since, in movies,
OFFICES are usually
presented as places where
people seem to come and
go as they please and
where no work is actually
done, "seldom quite true
to real life," is apt. But
the role of an officer,
particularly as merely "a
side light" in the story, is
just another character-
ization by an actor and is
usually factually
portrayed.
14. BOUNCED not bounded.
Bounded suggests still
with great momentum, in
which case he would be
apprehensive first to see
what trouble it had got
into rather than
"immediately annoyed."
If the "ball" had gone
further than desired (i.e.,
merely BOUNCED a bit
beyond the green) and
being "a keen golfer," he
"is likely to be
immediately annoyed" at
his ill luck.
19. PETS not peas. PETS,
certainly, for this positive
clue, but the peas may
already have gone beyond
their peak and not be
worthy of further
attention. Thus, peas
needs to be better
qualified in the clue.


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ad yOn Saturday, August 26,
M arlene members of the New Heritage
Players will stage a 20 mile
personified "a woman sure of walkathon in an effort to raise
herself, fully realized, aware of funds for the festival that
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DANCERS GIVE PLAQUE
MINISTER of Tourism Clement Maynard admires a
handsome plaque presented his Ministry by the D.C.
Black Repertory Dance Company, from Washington, to
commemorate the first anniversary of Independence for the
Bahamas.
The popular American theatrical group took part,
together with the New Breed Dancers. earlier in the month
in the launching of the Ministry of Tourism's fortnightly
Goombay Summer programme: "Guest Artist in Concert",
The dance troupe delighted jam-packed audiences at Le
Cabaret Theatre on Paradise Island and at the Kasbah
Celebrity Room, of El Casino in Freeport.
The group has expressed its desire to appear on next
year's programme should it be repeated.
The plaque reads: "Presented with deep respect and
lasting friendship to the Bahamian people by the D.C.
Repretory Dance Company, in commeration of the 1st
Anniversary of Bahamian Independence, July 1974."


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Naet J Drum '1i ft e "diu
'74" have hbm .ll" t;
The New Herital eI &
Gardiner Jr. dmimha of t
festival committee as tnotaid
today.
"We, The New HsIdt
Players, believe tl, tla .
festival is the first o it ki.L;
m the history of the B3dah "-
Mr. Gardiner aidd He aNid
further that the id off gat*
festival i the 'br iddM -Of
Willis Woods, p irde- t 0ad
director of the groP
According to Mr. Gardiaer,
the main oldestive of the
festival is to educate bo people
in various communities. He
also felt that the best way to
educate the people "is to bring
their attention to what's
happening in our country
everyday in the line of
dramatic arts."
All local drama groups are
asked to "step forward" and
participate in this festival that
will become an ananal feature
as part of the players
programme of assisting "to
keep our people together."
The committee chairman
said further that it is hoped by
committee members that the
M.P. for the Grants Town
Constituency, Mr. Franklyn
Wilson will show more concern
for this venture than he has
shown in the past "seeing that
our workshop is in his area."
It was also announced by
Mr. Gardiner that Mr. Woods is
presently finalizing plans for
evening classes at the theatre's
work shop on Hay St. East.
The dates for the classes will be
announced soon and they will
al be free for children ages 7 -
19.


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C16043
FOUR BEDROOM 2 storey
duplex apartment Sunlight
Village. Monthly rental $400.
Asking $45,000.00. Call
3-5779 ask for Corrine Brown.

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).

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

C16149
BUILD ANYTIME. 70 x 100
lots. YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES. $75 deposit. From
$80 month. Private beach and
lake. No interest charges. Tel:
41141 any day or night or
2-4148.
MORLEY & O'BRIEN REAL
ESTATE (BREA BROKERS).

C16172
3 BEDROOM, 2'1 BATH,
Including efficiency apartment.
Westward Villas. Will consider
Lease Purchase. Phone 77876.

C16155
FOR SALE
OFF VILLAGE ROAD
INCOME PRODUCING
PROPERTY
4 bedroom 3 bath furnished
home along with TWO
APARTMENTS on lot 110 x
200 with tots of extras. Ideal as
dwelling for company
exeLutives. Phone 31403.

C16171
3 BEDROOM RESIDENCE
with adjacent fruit orchard lot.
Situated in Blair Estates. Fully
furnished with independent
water system. Double qaraae
and roof patio. Easy access to
schools. Further information
call 21741-2 or 74105.

C16024
PRIVATE BEACH AND
LAKE. Spacious lots, 70 x
100. $75 DEPOSIT. NO
INTEREST CHARGES.
Salesman on duty
YAMACRAW BEACH
ESTATES. Model -Koii pvprv
Saturday and Sunday, 12 to 6.
Tel: 4-1141 any day or night
or 2-4148. MORLEY &
O'BRIEN REAL ESTATE
(BREA BROKERS).

C16141
UNFURNISHED semi hilltop 4
bedroom 2 bath
airconditioned house in Shirley
Park Avenue. $43,000.
Cleared corner lot in Highland
Park. 150' x 110' $10,000
value for only $8,500. By
owner. Phone 28293 -34527.

F0 SAE O RENT

%15961
3 bedroom 2 bath house,
unfurnished. Blair Estates.
Phone 3-2095.

FORRENT
C15882
TWO 2 bedroom apartments.
fully furnished. Centreville,
Ring Mr. Pritchard at 58134.

C15917
2 BEDROOM 1 bath
apartment, fully furnished and
ready for occupancy. Situated
in Winton Highway. Prices vary
from $350 to $375 per month.
Phone 2-1631.
C15919
COTTAGES and apartments
monthly airconditioned, fully
furnished, maid service
available. Lovely garden and
swimming pool. Telephone
31297,31093.
C15921
LOVELY 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.

C16096
HARBOUR MEWS Two
Bedrooms two baths tastefully
furnished, centrally
airconditioned, private patio.
use of pool and beach. PHONE
77508 or 21126-9.

C15916

MOVING?

For Expert Packing &
Forwarding by Sea or Air,
Contact E. H. Mundy &
Co. (Nassau) Ltd., P.O.
Box N-1893. Phone
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C16147
UNFURNISHED two bedroom"
apartment Sunshine Park.
Price $170 per month. Phone
36102.

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.

C16142
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath house
and efficiency apartment.
Rosetta Street, Palmdale. Call
42036.

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

C16103
BEAUTIFUL, MODERN 3
bedroom 2 bath unfurnished
house with carport and patio
and a large spacious yard,
located in Eastern Estates. Mrs.
Russell, 52736.

C16101
SHIRLEY PARK AVENUE
spacious one bedroom
furnished apartment. Rental of
$235 includes all utilities.
Phone 36151.

C15920
LARGE spacious 3 bedrooms
(all airconditioned) 3 bath
fully furnished, hilltop house,
Dannottage Estate. Must see to
appreciate. $450 per month
including water. Telephone
2-3713, 5-9322 or 3-1671.

C16161
ROOM FOR RENT IN Private
home Phone 51378-

C15923
THE WAKEFIELD APARTMEr
Corner Cordeaux Avenue,
Englerston. One and two
bedroom apartments.
completely furnished..
Telephone daytime 2-8272,
after 6:00 o.m 5-3419

C16177
WHY PAY MORE TO SLEEP?
Furnished rooms Polhemus
Gardens Motel. Chippingham.
$23 weekly. Phone 35380.

C15924
MAUDONNA APARTMENTS
Corner Mount Royal Avenue
and Durham Street,
Two-bedroom apartments,
completely furnished.
Telephone daytime 28272.
After 6:00 p.m. 5-3418,



C16148
ONE USED Sunfish or
Scorpion in good condition.
Phone 28437 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

PUBLIC AUCTION

C16152
AUCTION SALE
Will offer for sale on
Wednesday 24th day of July
on the north side of
Magistrate's Court No. I at
p.m. Volkswaqen Bus No. 338
to be sold under a writ of
execution issued out of the
Magistrate Court and known as
the Chattel of Fred Paul.
Roy Thompson
Bailiff

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

CARS FOR SALE
C16075
1968 PLYMOUTH
BARRACUDA convertible,
automatic transmission,
power steering radio $1,200
ON.O. Phone 42193.

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


C 16076
'73 COUGAR XR7, P/W,
P/S, A/C. Telephone 28857
from 9-5 54539 from 5-8
ask for Hall.


-C15915
WOLSEY HALL
MHE OXFORD CORRESPONOENCE COLLEGE
Whatever the qualiication. aI Vwnt
( ( E 0" and *A' leel. a London
Unineri ) l)egree. Professional rx.
amnalions or Busine SllSdic, Wo w.N
Hall founded m I 194 gine-. )o
A poaramlt otf uiltion un in ou pass
sotor e santflirion .i n'eiora cv',i
An ounit.anding record r sices s I or
canmpie 87". of Wolwv Hall Imudents ,
sitiig for B A honour, degrees have
passed in the las 7 ear,.
Over 75 years ofesperience resulting in
the moot eftoenti modern methods of
postal teaching h airmail if required
Personal lunilon Ito meet our precise
require1menis
Lov fees pa)ahle it nn-talmcns.
If you.sl't! 1o0 kno. ho* to
elparep for a succev ful future
II' wrie fore a Frtee prpeu; to
1: 1/ttDepi vIt I I


C16143
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA,
automatic, air-conditioned,
9000 miles. $4,300 Phone
42542 or 56451 ext. Tennis
Court.

C16132
1965 Dodge Flatbed Truck.
runs good. $1200.00 or best
offer.
1967 Volkswagen Bug
$1000.00.
Ford Cortina Wagon $300.00
All sold as is, where is.
Dolly Madison Furniture,
Mackey St., Phone 2-3236.

C 6167
NEW PRO EVIDENCE
LEAVSNG LIMITED: HAVE
THE FOLLOWING USED
CARS ON HAND FOR SALE,
LOW DOWN PAYMENTS,
FINANCING AND
INSURANCE ARRANGED
ON THE SPOT. FOR
FURTHER DETAILS
TELEPHONE 24803.



1971 DODGE AVENGER
AUTOMATIC price $1,475.00
down-payment $400.00
1973 DODGE DART 2-DOOR
SPORTS price $4,650
down-payment $900.00
1970 HILLMAN ARROW
AUTOMATIC price $900.00
down-payment $250.00
1973 CHEVY MALIBU -
SUPER VALUE AT price
$4,700.00 down-payment
$900.00
1971 MUSTANG MACH I -
NEW PAINT JOB price
$4,400.00 down-payment
$950.00
1970 CHEVY IMPALA -
GOOD FOR TAXI price
$2,100.00 down-payment
$600.00
1970 FORD CAPRI
AUTOMATIC price $1.675.00
down-payment $450.00
1970 FORD MUSTANG -
AUTOMATIC price $1.750.00
down-payment $500.00
1971 PLYMOUTH DUSTER
price $2.400.00 down-payment
$600.00
1973 DODGE AVENGER S/W
Price $3,650.00 down-payment
$800.00.
1971 FORD MUSTANG -
NEW PAINT JOB price
$3,250.00 down-payment
$750.00
1972 PLYMOUTH ROAD
RUNNER price $5,275.00
down-payment $950.00
1971 CHEVROLET VEGA
price $2,450.00 down-payment
$600.00
1970 VOLKSWAGEN 1300
price $975.00 down-payment
$300.00
1969 TRIUMPH 2000
AUTOMATIC price $750.00
down-payment $250.00.
1970 FORD MAVERICK price
$2,250.00 down-payment
$600.00
1973 PONTIAC VENTURA -
BEAUTIFUL CAR price
$5,250.00 down-payment
$1,000.00
1973 CHEVY BEL AIR S/W --
IDEAL TAXI price $5,750.00
down-payment $1,000.00
1973 COMMER PASSENGER
BUS CHOICE OF TWO price
$3,650.00 down-payment
$800.00
1973 BUICK REGAL -
EXCELLENT VALUE price
$4,750.00 down-payment
$900.00
1974 HONDA 70cc SCOOTER
ALMOST NEW price
$350.00 down-payment
$100.00
COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT
1972 COMMER DUMP
TRUCK price $5,300.00
down-payment $1,000.00
1973 FORD F. 250 DUMP
TRUCK price $4,200.00
down-payment $900.00
1973 COMPRESSOR Price
$650.00 down-payment
$200.00



C16153
PATIO SALE: Saturday 10-4.
Records film-strip projector,
television. Household goods,
diving gear. Keystone 55mm.
movie camera. Toys, sewing
machine, hind carved elephant
head table. 53739.

C16176
FOR SALE
OFFICE FURNITURE
1 Office Desk, 2 Drawer Filing
Cabinet, and matching chai


$140.00 3-5729.

C16159
GARAGE SALE: Metal
bedroom suite and settee, 2
c ha irs, 1 table, fully
upholstered. Ail good
condition.
Nelson Street, Blair. Phone
31952 after 6 p.m.

IC15910

TRAVELLING?


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


APPROVED PASSENGER
RIGHTS


C16166
1973 YAMAHA 100 c.c. Good
working condition. Licence,
insurance. Asking $500.
Contact Charles Cartwright
5-1771.



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

S CARPETS

C16099
CARPETING IS A
SENSIBLE LUXURY
It's the CHEAPEST
FLOORING FOR NEW
HOMES. It's EASY TO
CLEAN ... SOFT TO TOUCH
,-N NICE TO LOOK AT AND
IT COSTS AS LITTLE AS $5
PER SQUAr'E 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.

MARINE SUPPLIES
C16182
YACHTS AND BOATS LTD.
CONCORDE
CHRIS CRAFT

IRWIN SAIL YACHTS

AVON INFLATABLES

SEAGULL OUTBOARDS

28 foot Thunderbird Flybridgc
Sport Fisherman with twin
in/outboard Mercruiser 210
h.p. engines. This boat in;
excellent condition and fast.
At our dock $12,000.00

53 foot Mathews Diesel cruiser.
An older boat very livable and
good cruiser. A buy at
$11,000.00

22 foot Sloop. A neat sail boat
with all sails. Two mains.
genoas, jibs, spinnakers and
more. At our dock. $2200.00

31 foot Chris-Craft Sedan with
less than 200 hours total time.
Boat in beautiful condition.
Sleeps 6 with head and shower.
Must be seen. A good buy at
$19,000.00

Have buyers, need listings.

Have buyers, need listings.
P. O. Box N1658
Telephone 24869

C16022
BAYSHORE MARINA LIMITED
Phone: 28232-3
BERTRAM YACHT FOR
THE BAHAMAS
1. BOSTON WHALER 13'6 40
H.P. Electric Start. Net Cash
$2,797.
2. GLASTRON G.T. 160
Orange-.Vhite 115 H.P.
Mercury. Net Cash $5,632.

3. MAKO 17 Angler with
extras, 85 H.P. Mercury. Net
cash $6,430.

USED BOATS
1. 31 ft. BERTRAM
FLYBRIDGE CRUISER. 2 x
4. 53 Diesels, Many factory
extras. Excellent condition.
Radio. Freezer etc. $35,000.
2. 31 FT. FJORD CABIN
CRUISER, 1970. 2 x 160 H.P.
Mercruiser sterndrives. Radio.
Refrigerator, sleeps 5 in Cabin
$19.000.
3. 25 FT. BERTRAM
HARDTOP CRUISER 2 x 160
MERCRUISERS, Radio, Head
etc. $13,200.
4. 25 FT. BERTRAM
HARDTOP CRUISER. 2 x 160
MERCRUISER. Fishbox.
Dinette Convertible, Galley
unit. Full Canvass with drop
curtain $12,500.


5. 20 FT. BERTRAM Bahia
Mar. 6 Cyl. Mercruiser, Radio,
Head $5,000.

6. 23 FT. ULTRA O.M.C.
overnight Cabin, Radio, Head,
Rebuilt outdrive and New
Manifolds $4,300.

7. 14 FT. FISH/SPORT Boat
35 H.P. Electric Start, Mercury
Outboard $750.

8. Trailer suitable for 7 $150.

FORMULA SEACRAFT -
MAKO GLASTRON -
BERTRAM AND HATTERAS.


C16097
14 ft. BOAT, well, model 102
Seagull outboard, Phone
2-2861, ext 343 from 12 noon
to 7:45 p.m. ask for Mar"
Adderley.


.,. 4


C16168
NEW PROVIDENCE
LEASING LIMITED HAVE
FOR SALE TWO FORD
CRUSADER MARINE 220
GASOLINE POWERED
ENGINES. COMPLETE WITH
CLUTCH, THE ENGINES
ARE NEW, COST IN UNITED
STATES RECENTLY
$5,250.00 WE ARE OPEN TO
OFFERS, ENGINES CAN BE
VIEWED AT MOTOR
CENTRE LIMITED,
THOMPSON BOULEVARD.
FOR FURTHER DETAILS
TELEPHONE ... NEW
PROVIDENCE LEASING
LIMITED TELEPHONE
248034.

C11894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander. sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engi iea
with less than 200 hours
Kitchenette, good conditio.-
Call 2,?67, 54011.

C15929
PACEMAKER 44 ft.
Luxurious Cruising Yacht.
Phone 32371.

C15931
YACHT "WHISTLING SWAM"
43' Matthews Sedan: Twin
Diesel Power: See at Nassau
Harbour Club: Contact Owner
?r. S. P. Sherman, West Palm
Beach, Fla. Tel: 305-832-0784.

S TOURGUME

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

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

Complete sightseeing Tours
in each city.

Continental breakfast
throughout, and most dinners
with wine.

e All tips and taxes (except
airport taxes).

Plus other special features.
For further information
contact:-

R. H. CUR4Y CO. LTD.
Phone 28681-7 Bay and
Charlotte Streets.



C16146


IN Loving memory of my dear
husband MAURICE BRICE
who departed this life July
21st 1969.

Gone but not forgotten
Sleep on dear and take your
rest
Lay down your head upon the
Saviour's breast.
I love you but Jesus loves you
best.
Left to mourn: His wife
Mearline Brice, two sons, one
brother, one sister and a host
of relatives.

C16175


In memory of Mrs. Gladys
Maefield Blatch who departed
this life July 20th 1964.

Gone but not forgotten
Your memories still linger on.
THE FAMILY


SCiOLS


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 2% to 10 years
ALL CHILDREN WELCOME
Telephone 3-1585.


C16151
ST. ANDRIW'S SCHOOL has
vacancies for students at Grade
2 level (approximate age 61h-7)
and at Grade 4 (9 yrs.)
Telephone 42621-2 for further
details.
C16019
Enroll now at the Nassau
Academy of Business in the
following summer classes:-
Typing with Spelling Shorthand
Bookkeeping
Switchboard
Front Desk Cashier
Night Auditing
Telex Operation
English
Mathematics
Filing
Dictaphone Typist
Call the Nassau Academy of
Business at 24993. or come in
at Shirley Street, opposite
Collins Ave.

C15884
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
8:30 p.m. or 3-5084 anytime.

C16180
Nassau Civic Ballet
cSUMMER- cr.fnn i


6 weeks July 22nd to August
31st.
Acrobatics, Ballet, Jazz,
Primitive, Yoga.
For information, phone
5-2353.
Auditions: Monday & Tuesday,
July 29th and 30th.
6.30 p.m.
Guest Teacher: RON
WALKER
Choreographer of Le Cabaret
Show, Paradise Island.


ALARMS/SECURITY
I our Winds I.td.
Write: Box N4272 I'll. S-2124
l.owc's Alarm Services I'h. 3-2042



ANTENNAS
Island V I'lh. 2-2618

AUTOMOTIVE
Ll-uIas Ilatteries
Day Street (;.rage I'h. 2-2434
'ra;:i.lission Repairs
Shell Actio Station l'h. S-2000

BOOKSTORE
I he Christian look
Shop I'll. 5 1744

BUSINESS FORMS
I recutive
P'riiters I'll. 2-4267/S-4011

KITCHEN CABINETS
('om11oin llw tl h
I ,ritire I'l. 3-1I 20

CAMERAS
John ull I'll. 2.42 S2/3

DOWNTOWN PARKING
Monthlv Rate SIS
I'lhon. 2-4727(da;) 7-7387(nitle)

ENTERTAINMENT
Audio Visual & Movirs
F il,, & I quip. Service I'h. 2-2157

FLORISTS
Island I lorist I'll. 2-2702/5.-5419


C16158
15 month old black and white
SCHITZU in Blue Hills Estate
area, by name of "RODNEY",
If found, please contact Lloyd
or Orinthia Nesbeth at 21871
or 28661 and 34805 after 6.
Reward offered.



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.

ENTERTAINMENT

C 14336
SETTLER'S PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY
The Nassauvians
The Electric Circle
OPEN TILL 4.Q a.m.



C16173
FLAGLER'S GOOMBAY
FASHION SHOW LUNCHEON
- MONDAY JULY 22nd,
At Our Captain's Table Dining
Room
Time 12:00 noon until 2:30
p.m.
Price $5.75 per person
includes
Steak Lunch, Fashion Show
and free gifts for the ladies!
MUSIC BY AL COLLIE AND
THE VIPS

I FOUND
C16165
1 CHOPPER WESTERN
FLYER (blue) bicycle in
Centreville area. Contact Mr.
Albert Rogers at 5-8269.

WANTED
C16162
FAMILY with young children
would like full grown German
Shepherd reared with children.
Call 7-7907.


HURRICANE AWNINGS
John S. (eorge I'h. 2-8421/6
LAUNDRY&DRY CLEANING
New Oriental Laundry Ph. 2-4403
MEATS
Ticco Meats
Wholesale Retail Ph. 5-9719

MEN'S WEAR
I'ashiosnelte Ltd. Ilh. 2-2376/7

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

PAPER
commercialal 'a perliousc l '. 5-9731
PRINTING
Wong's I'rintlig Ph. 5-4506
I svcutivce .
I'rinters I'h. 2-4267/S-4o011

RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's Rubbhher Stampsiit Ph. 5-4506
rive Trihunec I'h. 2-1986

SPORTS GOODS
'haminpion Sport.. Land 'P,. 2-1862

TRAVEL
I'la y tours PI4. 2-2931/7
K. II. Curry & 7 Co. Ph. 2-8681/7

TV REPAIRS
C'lhannel Flectronics Ltd.I'h. 3-5478

TRUCKING
Jolmson s
Trucking & Landscape Ph. S-9574

TYPEWRITER REPAIR


GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES Junior Bethel Ph. 5-1044
Moder.ili.c(arde e Junitn & I'kthe h 5-104
Madeira Shlppiilll ata* I'h.2-2868 UP STER
........ -.......... UPHOLSTERiG
Nassau (arden, & 'et
Mosltrise Avenue I'h. 2-4259 F ddic's Ulpholstering Ph. S-9713




F"orumemwmmmmnSm"'"


SFor BtneMu And Service


I1 M1


C15922
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Offset Pressman,
40 hours per week, good
working conditions. Apply
BAHAMAS PRINTING, Oakes
Field.

C16105
BODY AND FENDER MAN.
Apply Gibson's Body & Repair
Shop. Dial 0 Mobile.

C15928 .
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 welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama 'Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport. Grand Bahama.

C16104
WATCHMAN/HANDYMAN.
Bahamian only apply.
GIBSONf'S BODY & REPAIR
SHOP, Carmichael Road. Dial
0 Mobile.

C16124
WANTED Men or Women over
age 21 with transportation to
train as Insurance
Salesmen/women. Telephone
28928.

C16140
QUALIFIED GENERAL
MOTORS DIESEL engines
technician with at least 10
years experience for position as
Manager/Instructor capable of
Initiating and executing
training programme In the
assembly, sale, service and
maintenance of all series GM
engines and major component
parts. Apply In writing In the
first instance to Islands Diesel
Ltd., P. 0. Box N-3709,
Nassau, N.P. Bahamas.

C15370
JOB TITLE: MILLWRIGHT

MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
Installs, adjusts and maintaIns
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F.100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.
C15372
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
Installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C16131
General Manager and Buyer for
Furniture Stores. Must have
extensive background in
Purchasing from European,
Canadian and U.S. Markets.
Reply in own handwriting
stating experience and salary
desired. Dolly Madison
Furniture, P.O. Box 5432 ES,
Nassau.

C15371

JOB TITLE: TWO
MACHINISTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE::
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lay out work, set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
tolerances and specified
finished. Use precision
measuring instruments and


performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED. APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freepott, Grand Bahama.

C16163
FARM LABOURER, also to
care for 5 horses. Phone
41632.

C16157
EXCELLENT opportunity
for fashionable lady (age
25-35) with sewing knowledge
as assistant to fashion designer
In public lectures. No
Experience necessary.
Opportunity. to take over
agency after training. Excellent
earnfing. Phone Mr. Bludau
23301 after 4 .p.m. Saturday
the 20th of July.


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HELP MNTED

C16178


SENIOR SHIFT
SUPERINTENDENT
Applicants must have a good
educational background with
sound practical mechanical
experience. Requirements are
10-15 years experience in
terminal oil movements and
storage and minimum 5 years
experience.as shift supervisor.
Must be able to organise and
supervise a training
programme. Will be responsible
for supervision of terminal
shore activities, and training in
all terminal operational
activities.
SHIFT SUPERINTENDENTS
Secondary or Higher Ed!cation
. Minimum requirements are at
least 10 years (5 as Supervisor)
of experience in a Bulk
Terminal or in an oil
movement and storage
operation of an Oil Refinery. A
marine as well as a strong
mechanical background is
desirable.
Will be responsible for
supervisory operations of the
TerMinal including all but the
pure marine activities at the
Sea Island. Will be required to
work on a shift basis and
supervise both operators and
technicians. In addition they
will work with the Berthing
Masters as well as other plant
contract personnel. In
the absence of the Terminal
Manager and/or the Marine
Superintendent, the Shift
Superintendent will have
over-all charge of the complete
operations of the Terminal and
the Sea Island.
BERTHING MASTERS
Must possess a Foreign Going
Master Mariner's Certificate
and have a minimum of 5 years
experience as Berthing/Moor-
ing Master at a Bulk Terminal,
berthing/unberthing large
tankers up to VLCC class.
Sea-going tanker experience as
Chief Officer required. Will
supervise loading/discharging
and assist with marine safety
and maintenance.


SAFETY & FIRE OFFICER
Applicants- seeking this post
should be professionally
trained firemen/environmental
protection operators. In
addition they should have had
thorough safety training and
experience in a Bulk Oil
Terminal or an Oil Refinery. A
minimum of- 10 years
experience is required. A
marine background is desirable.
Should be seasoned
supervisors, capable of training
and managing a small force of
f r emen/en v iron'me nta
protection operators as well as
training other plant personnel.
TERMINAL OPERATORS
A&B
(A) Must be experienced in
transfer operations in oil
movement and storage in a
Bulk Oil Terminal or Oil
Refinery. A minimum of 8
years experience is required.
Will be responsible for loading,
discharging, deballasting and
ballasting of ships. Must be
experienced console operators
and be capable of co-operating
with terminal and marine
personnel.

(B) Technicians experienced in
oil movement and storage
operations. Mechanical
aptitude necessary as
applicants will be required to
assist with maintenance. A
minimum of 5 years experience
is required. Will be responsible
for loading and discharging
operations, tank farm
operations, monitoring of
pumps, loading arms and diesel
electric generators. Must be
capable of, and be prepared to
assist in fire-fighting and
environmental protection
operations.
TERMINAL ENGINEER
Preferably electrical discipline
with plant engineering
experience or mechanical
discipline with thorough
electrical background. Should
have minimum of 10 years
experience in a Bulk Oil
Terminal, Oil Refinery or a
large sea-going tanker.
Will be responsible for the
supervision of electrical,
instrumentation and
mechanical crafts who will
perform preventive
maintenance and repair of the


terminal equipment including
diesel driven electrical
generators and the Sea Island
facilities.


ENGINEER
Similar duties as described
above except experience level
requirements are reduced to 5
years. In addition, will be
responsible 'or draughting and
plant inspection.
RSONNEL SUPERVISOR
Education at least secondary
level. Will be responsible for all
personnel matters/records.
Also responsible for
supervision of typists/clerks,
warehousing, land transport.
cleaning, canteen and other
services. At least 5 years
previous experience required.

ALL APPLICANTS must be
physically fit, have no aversion
to water travel, climbing,
working at heights and
exposure to the elements.
INTERESTED LAHAMIANS
should obtain application
forms from BURMAH OIL
BAHAMAS LIMITED located:
Nassau Bank House


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C16183
BANK OF MONTREAL
(BAHAMAS & CARIBBEAN)
LIMITED has the following job
vacancy
CONSUMER LOANS CLERK
The individual should be
fully experienced with
consumer lending procedures
and capable of assisting
management with interviewing
applicants, conducting credit
checks, obtaining proper
documentation, and the
granting and collection of
loans.
Qualified persons may
telephone Mrs. B. Knowles at
21690 to arrange an interview.

C16184
EDITOR, Feature Writers for
publications.
DUPUCH PUBLICATIONS -
Telephone 3-5666 between
9:30 and 5.

C16169
CAYMAN ISLANDS
1. Senior Architectural
Assistant required. Must be
fully conversant with all phases
of architectural practice and
must have minimum of four
years expereince in
professional office.


2. Quantity surveying
Assistants required with
minimum of four years
experience in professional
office.

3. Engineering Assistants
required with minimum of four
years experience in
professional office.

Responsible positions in
progressive Architects/Engi-
neers/Quality Surveying office.
Work includes interesting
project of long duration,
excellent salaries, fringe
benefits and good working
conditions.
Apply in writing to: P.O. Box
899, Grand Cayman, British
West Indies.
C16164
TWO Farm Labourers.
Bahamians only apply. Phone
59039.
C16174
IF you are between 18 and 20,
a high school graduate, have a
driver's licence, have artistic
leaning and feminine. Write:
JOB OPPORTUNITY, P. 0.
Box N1470, Nassau, Bahamas.

TRADE SERVICES
C15909
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICE
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
next to Frank's Place.

C15891
MASTER TECHNICIANS LTD
Mackey Street

YOUR WHIRLPOOL
DISTRIBUTOR OFFERS:-
Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers,
Compactors, Freezers, Ice
Makers, Air Conditioners and
Garbage Disposers.
With. full warranty on every
home appliance we sell.

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

C15885
SEWING MACHINES
PARTS AND REPAIRS
ISLAND FURNITURE
COMPANY
P. 0. Box N4818,
Dowdeswell and Christie Streets
Telephone 21197, 23152.

C15887
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE ...
see:-
ISLAND BUILDERS LIMITED
P. 0. Box 6285 ES
Phone 3-1671 3-1672.

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


C 15888
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or trenching
done?
Call: CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD.
2-4996 or 5-8725.


HELP NTED

Collin Avenue & Second
NASSAU, Bahamas
Coral Gardens
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama
P.O. Box F.2530
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama.

C16081
QUALIFIED BOOKKEEPER
at least 5 years experience,
male or female, good salary.
Call the Bridge Inn, 3-2077,
ask for rAl or Jerry.

C16185
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES,
BOOKKEEPERS,
ACCOUNTANTS
Are you looking for a
stimulating career with a go
ahead publishing company
with great growth potential, we
need highly qualified
competent personnel in above
areas. Bahamians and
expatriates apply. ETIENNE
DUPUCH JR. PUBLICATIONS
35666 between 9:30 and 5.


LABOURER: To work in
plumber shop with plumbers,
cleaning ditches and sewer lines
for plumbers. Must be reliable,
willing to work and sober at all,
times. 2 years experience
required.


LABOURER:
warehouse and
Marina.


To clean
offices at


LAUNDRY WORKER: To
pick up dirty linen from all
hotel rooms, deliver to laundry
and clean up laundry area.
Must be honest, reliable,
willing to work long hours
when necessary. 2 years
experience required.


RANGE BOY: Keep shooting
range clean, take away refuse,
clean and mop offices, building
and pick up gun shells. Must be
of good character and possess a
valid Police and health
certificate. 2 years experience
required.
Interested persons apply:
GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
WEST END, GRAND
BAHAMA, Personnel Office
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 3.00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Mailing Address: 1r58
Port Road, West Palm Beach,
Fla. 33404. Elon Martin, Jr.,
Personnel Director.

C15364
Required TECHNICAL
DI R E C T OR for
Pharmaceutical Production
Unit. Minimum five years
experience in all phases of drug
manufacturing, including
quality control, supervision of
packaging, plant and
equipment maintenance,
simple chemical analysis.
Interested persons please
submit resume to: Cooper
Laboratories International
Ltd., P. 0. Box F-2529,
Freeport, Grand Bahama,
Bahamas.

C15372
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.

INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15370
JOB TITLE: MILLWRIGHT

MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
inspects, repairs, replaces,
installs, adjusts and maintains
all mechanical equipment in a
cement manufacturing plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACTs Personnel
Department, pahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100
treeport. Grand Bahama.


IEP- WAITED

Live-in MAID, well spoken.
able to take phone messages,
cook, look after one child,
must like animals. 6 day week.
$30.00 per week.


c15913 SHAWNEE
-Df Service between West
Palm Beach and West End. For
reservations call The Grand
Bahama Hotel (Ext. 5).

REAL E ITF
C15363
ATTRACTIVE TOWNHOUSE
'EDELWEISS CHALETS'
FASHIONABLE BAHAMIA.
POOL, SHORT DISTANCE
BEACH, TWO BEDROOMS,
1% BATHS, FURNISHED,
BRAND NEW CARPETING.
$38,500.00. DUTY PAID
CONTACT BROWN 352-7305,
FRFEPORT.

HILP WANTED
C16060
FASHION COORDINATOR
This person must be
responsible for the complete'
coordination of all our Fashion
shows, which entails the
contact 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.

C15365
SHIFT MECHANIC: For
maintenance of Deutz, General
Motors, Lister Blackstone and
Diesel generators. To maintain,
repair and check engines white
running under load conditions,
adjust when necessary all
injectors, fuel pressures, lube
oil pressures and all
temperature control units, and
logs comparison graphs for
future references. Must be
sober, reliable and willing to
work long hours if necessary.
5-7 years experience required.


C15375
JOB TITLE: SECRETARY
TREASURER
QUALIFICATIONS: Must be
skilled in reviewing legal
documents, agreements and
contracts. Must be skilled in
International accounting
methods, including audits,
Letters of Credit,
documentation and foreign
exchange transfers. Must have a
minimum of five years
experience in a position of
related responsibility. Must be
bondable, of high moral
character and provide written
references attesting, to past
experience and character.
Interested applicants contact
LUBRIZOL INTERNATIONAL
S.A., P. 0. Box F-2481,
Freeport.

C15377
Experienced COPY/TYPIST.
English, French and Spanish
languages required by
B.E.T.C.O. Ltd., P. 0. Box
F-2589,. Freeport. Tel.
352-2803.

C15378
LIVE-IN MAID, TO TAKE
CARE OF 5 CHILDREN, DO
HOUSEWORK.
THERESA FORBES, HANNA
HILL, GRAND BAHAMA.

C15379

*ELECTRICAL METERMAN
Must be able to read and write
in English. Must be in
possession of a valid Bahamian
Driver's Licence. Must be able
to read KWH Meters of all
types including demand
meters. Must be qualified to
connect and disconnect meters
of all types, read accurately
and inspect for tampering.
Should be familiar with
Freeport/Lucaya areas. Must
keep proper records of
required meter reading.
Apply to: Personnel
Department. Freeport
Commercial and Industrial
Limited, P. 0. Box F-2666 or
30C Kipling Building,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

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TRAIL GUIDE/STABLE BOY
- Must be well spoken, like
working with tourists. Good
auiet rider essential. At least
one year's experience necessary
in this field. Hours 7 a.m. -
5:30 p.m. $75.00 perweek. 6
day week.
Phone Freeport 373-3600.

C15371
JOB TITLE: TWO
MACHINISTS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE::
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lay out work, set up and
operate machine tools,
machine parts to precision
tolerances and specified
finished.. Use precision
measuring instruments and
performs any dismantling,
fitting or assembly work
required for plant maintenance
or construction.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. 0. Box F-100,

C15376

METER MAN-TECHNICIAN
at Holmes Rock with minimum
of 4 years experience in all
aspects of meter work, reading,
Investigating complaints,
Installation and use of check
meters, checking service
arrangements, calibration and
carrying out minor repairs, etc.
All applicants should have had
appropriate training and be in
possession of references
attesting to good character as
well as their experience and
ability in the field, clean Police
Record and clean driving
licence required.
Only persons NOT requiring a
Work Permit need apply.
Electrical Utilities Company
Ltd., P. 0. Box F-170,
Freeport.

C15374

(1) CHEF SAUCIER AND (1)
CHEF PATISSIER. Knowledge
in all Italian Patisserie and
Italian Cuisine.
Marcella's Restaurant, On The
Mall, Freeport.

C15369
Live-in MAID, be able to take
care of children, cook and do
housework.
Contact: Mr. Bernard Russell,
Lewis Yard, Grand Bahama.


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2. Humble 33. Sports meet L VER TLES
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6. Dossier 38 Imitative 6 ENDS ES A Y
7 Frigid 42 Daybreak SOLUTION OF SATURDAY'S PUZZLE


i8 Sea duck
19. Sheriff's men
22. Samovar
23 Heroic
24. Fairies


43 Gums
44 Eggs
45. Victim
46. Human beings
17. Mortar mixer


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ACROSS 30 Rascals
1. Cleopatra's 32. Coagulate
maid 34. American
5. Fairy humorist
8. Unal 35 Main theme
1.Tendency 37 Beverage
2. In favor of 39 Moslem priest
3. Kind of nose 41 Contraction
4. Brainwash 45 Smugness
7. Fashion 48, Eskimo knife
8. Expensive 49 54
9.Append 50 Shout
?'. Same 51 Puppy's
'4. Philippine mother
peasant 52 Foxy
7. Cosmic cycle 53 London art


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15 HoJiepodge
18 Blunder
09 Legume
20 Hariest
goddess
. Little girl
2. Boom times
24 Porkepr's home
25 H ndu cymbals
6. 'nnex
27 Firmament
2 Beam
32 Rain tree
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35 itahan money
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White to move; can ie break
through to win? Tis poslUton
trum Zinn v. Boetisc., east
Oreiman ;caampionanip 10'4, i
quite a tesc ol youxr cness v-iaion.
ur tte main varmation is seven
moves deep. Wite Otuts a Iadrly
obvious forcing line in the
iagramn, an d ue maim puzzle Is
to deoade wtet. er or not this
idea is sound.
Par times: 30 seconds. grand-
master; 1 minute, chess master;
3 minutes. expert; 6 minutes.
county player; 10 minutes., dub
standard: 15 minutes, average;
30 minutes. novice.
-Solut.ion SAT JUNE 29 -5fl
Chess Solution
I Kt KP! is complicated but
sound: PxKt; 2 BxKt.
B B 2.2 QxB fals to 3
R.P! RxR; 4 RxR. QxQ:
5 R-K8 mate): 3 R.P, BxQ
issolution credit only/ f you also
saw 3 ... QxR: 4QxB! witn-
nin):; 4 R)Q dis ch, K-Bl; S
R--B7 ch. K-KtJl 6 RxB dis
chi K-RI: 7 RxR ch with two
extra pawns and a winning posf-
tion for White.


Rupert and the Wooden Horse-16


To Or. Sheep's surprise only four hands go
up. Algy's. Bill's, Willie's. and Rosalie's. H'm.
I must have five to make a party." says the
teacher. Rupert Your hand is not raised."
" PNl e, Dr. Sheep. Mummy is taking me to
Nutotneler tonoirow-r- began.s Rtpert. but
tO 10che. cuts him short. "I will speak to


Mrs. Bear,. he says. I am sure she Will
agree with my plan, so pray consider yourself
one of the party." Then the pupils are dis-
missed, and on the way home Singo joins up
with Rupert. "Come to my workshop," he
say, i'd like to show you wht I've done
with that woode, horse." ALL mRIOs IENVsRID


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from the Carro Rihter Institute
Y\f GENERAL TENDENCIES: Enjoy pleasurable
x ;' activities that bring you release from tensions.
Deepen the feeling of congeniality that exists between you and
those of whom you are fond. Give praise.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) The one you love is in a fine
mood and this can bring happiness. Keep charming. Enjoy
recreations with good pals.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Chat with kin and see how
to make your abode more charming and comfortable. Guests
in p.m. can be helpful to you and will enjoy your home.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Garner information required
to become more efficient at home and in business. Make sure
you know what you want, then shop in a.m.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Elevate your
consciousness to greater things, then plan just how you are
going to achieve your ambitions. Confer with bigwig to gain
support.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You look and feel charming and
can make a fine impression on others, so gad about where it
counts the most. Repay social debts graciously.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Think out what your new
projects are going to be and how you can make them work
satisfactorily. Then quietly go about laying the groundwork.
Romantic p.m.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Discuss problems with good
friends who can give you right advice on easy solutions. Then
get out to social affairs. Dress in good style.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Get your finest talents to
the attention of higher-ups and let them help you
commercialize on them. Add to prestige you now enjoy.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Get out to some new
place where you can be more highly inspired. Find the
companions who can help make your life less lonely.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You have some new plan
in mind but be sure to test it as to practicability. Spend time
with the one who means the most to you.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Talking over new and old
deals with partner leads to a better future. Use care in handling
some civic matter that may suddenly come up.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Improve your environment
and appearance and delight others more. Shop early for best
results. Your health should be improved also by proper
treatments.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY... he or she will need
to be encouraged a good deal early in life if the fine promise in
this chart is to be realized, since the nature here is greatly
talent-loaded. Give the finest education you can to bring out
these talents.


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JUDGE PARKER Paul Nichols

WUfTiN BECK! HE' UST BEFORE YOU ARRIVED MEANWH ON, HOWARD!
DVD THE NEe ',''vED INTO HIS QUARTERS HE CAME UP HERE AND LET'S GO HAVE A LITTLE
MAINTENANCE ,'AN A'7N AT THE GARAGE! REPAIRED THE AIR-CONDITION- TALK WITH JUSTIN!
REPORT FOR OR ING UNI HE'S VERY
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THE TRIBUNE --- Saturday, July 20, 197 4


DEL JANE



FALL TO



CHARGERS


PENNANT WINNING Del
Jane Saints, unable to hold
their own against the fiery
five-hit/five-strike out pitching
of Basil Hall, bowed gracefully
out of the Bahamas Baseball
Association's championship
playoffs following a 6-1 loss to
Citibank Chargers in last
night's quarter finals.
Most pleased with his team's
performance, manager Andre
Rodgers is confidently awaiting
the winner of the Schlitz Beer
Bimini Marlins elimination
which is expected to be settled
tonight.
"Once our defence, hitting
and pitching stay together
there is no team in this league
that can beat us," he said.
"Now that the burden is off,
we will relax and wait for the
winners of the Schlitz/Bimini
clash."
Kirk Smith who relieved
starter Roscoe Hall in the
fourth was clipped for six hits
that produced four runs over
the 5 2/3 innings he pitched.
Hall in taking the loss left the
game with the Chargers ahead
2-1.
The Saints got their lone
tally in the first frame in which
Bradley Johnson scored on a
sacrifice fly to right fielder
Eddie Ford. Two errors from
short stop Keith Gomez
assisted his journey around the
base paths.
Following two tense and
scoreless innings, Citibank
came back into contention
tying the score in the third
before leaving Del Jane in the
rear.
Gomez in making up for his
misques ripped a sizzling
double into left field, and


utilized Tony Duvalier and L
Lloyd Bowleg's sacrifice flies
to score.
The Chargers began their
march to victory in the
following inning when catcher
Sidney Outten grounder that
tailed off short stop Bradley
Johnson's glove scored Keith
Smith with the tie breaker.
Kirk Smith at first seemed as
if he would have done the job.
He held the Bankers scoreless
through the fifth and sixth
frames then allowed a tally to
the winners in the seventh
before they exploded for three
climaxing runs in the eighth.
"Hitting was our biggest
problem." assessed Saints
manager Charlie Williams. "We
put runners on base but
couldn't produce any hits.
Besides, our defence was a bit
sloppy and couldn't support our
pitchers who I think did a good
job.
scores.
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A. Moss 2b
S. J hison Itf
B. Burrows cf
K. Smith Ih
S. (;lover rf
S. Outten c
K. (Gomez ss
1'. Joliis.,iin pf
A. Iuvalier dh
B.. Hall p
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J. Adderk, 3h
E. Ford 0
I. MNoeV c
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A. Bostwick If
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J. Wright ph-dh
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Picture. MIAR(;ARI:'T (; 'I.I.A U.II-
Keith Gomez of Citibank sliding into third base safely ahead of Anthony Bostwick's relay
after making a nice grab on a fly ball hit to deep left field by Anthony Duvalier.


ROYALS

TOPPLE

PEPSI Q
THE DYNAMIC Police
Royals toppled the youthful
Pepsi Q's 15-8, 15-7 and 15-6
last night forging a two way
tie for second place with
Paradise Island Giants in the
men's league of the Bahamas
Volleyball Federation series.
Having turned back the
highly regarded Giants earlier
this week, the Police seek to
knockoff the undefeated
Wardrobe Stars when they
meet next Wednesday.
Last night, the Lawmen at
, least got a good work out
from their rookie contenders,
and will now go into a few
days rest.
In the second scheduled
game, Pizza Solo lost by
default to St. Augustine's
College.


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for Edith


George Forbes shows offensive ability on the forward
line during the Police win last night.
Pictlure: A RGARET GUILLA UME

Marathon swim times


AT the eighth Ki.wfr.is
Amateur marathon swim race.
the ladies division was
won by Tommy Cole, the
junior division for boys 16
years and under, by Robert
Butler, and the senior men's
division by Andy Knowles.
Times in each division:
LADIES' DIVISION
1st Tammy Cole 40.35, 2nd


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Cleveland
Milwaukee
New York
Detroit
West
Oakland
Chicago
Kansas City
Texas
Minnesota
California
National League
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Montreal
St. Louis
Pittsburgh
Chicago
New York
West
Los Angeles
Cincinnati
Houston
Atlanta
San Francisco
San Diego


Dawn Cole 41.13, 3rd Janie
McCorquadale 41.31.
JUNIOR BOYS' DIVISION
1st Robert Butler 34.23,
2nd Mario Carey 36.02, 3rd
Jeff Martinborough 37.52.
SENIOR MEN'S DIVISION
1st Andy Knowles 33.49.
2nd Bruce Knowles 36.35, 3rd
Bernard Butler 39.56.


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By Gladstone Thurston
EDITH I'OWELL, in an easy
going match, defeated an
unsettled Ann Winters in
straight sets 6-1 and 0(-2
yesterday moving into the
quarterfinals of the George
Smith Independenoc Open
played at the Monta!,u courts.
"I usually play to lind the
line, but today I just tried to
keep the ball in the court," she
comminented, happy that she
did not have to stay in the high
80 degree temperature
anymore. Actually, the heat
was her only real opponent.
Since Winters' backhand was
not in shape and her service
deserted her through most of
the match, Powell had little
cause for nerves.
Iler attack kept Winters
always on the defence
In the first set. Powell held
her own over five games taking
the lead by nil. Ann played the
ball long and always from the
base line. This gave Powell the
opportunity to employ her
drop shots which she delivered
with a tricky underspin. Most
of them Winters drove into the
net.
Ann's forehand was her back
up and it stood up to the test
in the sixth game which she
won. However, she was unable-
to maintain a winning rally and
Powell went on to win the set
without losing any of her


services.
Though the second set was a
near repeat of the first, Winters
came through in the third and
seventh to break the shut out.
In the latter stanza, Powell
seemed to have relaxed a bit.
Most of her shots were
captured by the net.
In other matches played
yesterday, Robert Isaacs
defeated Barry Farrington 6-3.
9-7 moving into the semi finals
of the men's singles. Anthony
Munnings stopped Don Archer
6-3 and 6-1. W. Lightfoot
eliminated Charles Carter 4-6,
6-2, and 6-3. Kendal Isaacs got
past R. Barnett 6-0 and 6-2.


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Gibson cracks

3,000 victims

ST. LOUIS Bob Gibsop of doubled home two runs in the
the St. Louis Cardinals 12th inning to give the Reds a
Wednesday became the second 6-4 victory.
pitcher in major league baseball The Cards had taken a 3-2
history to strike out 3,000 lead in the second inning when
batters in a career. Cincinnati starter Tom Carrol
Gibson reached the had a sudden streak of
milestone when he famned wildness, throwing nine
Cincinnati's Cesar Geronimo straight balls, putting Reggle
on a 1-2 count for the third Smith and Ted Simmons on
out of the second inning at base and run Joe Torre to a 1-0
Busch Memorial Stadium. count before the Cardinal
As Gprmonimo went down slugger drilled a pitch for his
swinging on a high fastball, a first homer in more than a
crowd of more than 20,000 month.
itood and applauded Gibson Gibson struck, out four
while the right-hander doffed during the seven innings he
his hat. worked.
The feat capped an arduous Gibson, in his 16th major
climb from the 2,938 league season, is outranked
strikeouts with which he began only by Walter Johnson, who
the season. fanned 3,508 during a 21-year
George Foster spoiled career ending in 1927. (AP)
Gibson's celebration when he

English cricket scores


SCORES in yesterday's
English county cricket games:
Northampton: Leicestershire 216
(J C Balderstone 140, B S Bedi five
for 69 and 117 (S H Cottam five
for 43, B S Bedi four for 41).
Northamptonshire 265 (A Tait 63,
P J Watts 63) and 69 for one.
Northamptonshire (17 points) beat
Leicestershire (6 points) by nine
wickets.
Hove: Sussex 211 (P J Graves 91,
M N S Taylor four for 42) and 151
(A M F Roberts Sefen for 45).
Hampshire 74 (J A Snow six for
14) and 224 (S M C Gilliat 84, G R
Stephenson 56: Snow five for 67).
Sussex (16 points) beat Hampshire
(4 points) by 64 tuas.
Worcester: Middlesex 238 ( G B
Barlow 70: J I) Inchmore five for
SO) and 164 for three dec (C T
Radley 96 not out). Worcestershire
186 ( J S E Price-six for 54) and
243 for eight (S G A Headley 87).
Worcestershire (S points) drew with
Middlessex (6 pts).
Maidstope: Surrey 148 (D L
Underwood six for 44) and 229 for
seven_ Ad.(G P Howarth 98, D L


Underwood four for 72) Kent 139
(G G Arnold four for 33) and 1098
for nine. Surrey (4 points) drew
with Kent (4 points). (AP)

Cycle race
INDEPENDENCE cycling
champ Raymond Morley heads
a team of top cyclists in the
Bahamas Amateur Cycling
Association's 58 miles road
race tomorrow afternoon at 4
o'clock.
The race starts at Rawson
Square and finishes at the
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.

SPORTS MEETING
MEMBERS of the Bains
Town Sporting Club manage-
ment committee-are requested
to meet at the Queen Elizabeth
Sports Centre at 7.30 p.m. on
Sunday, July 21.


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BRANDS HATCH Jody
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CENTRAL BANK
From Page 1
national Bancorp.
ALREADY SOLD
Mr. Selgiman said he had
been informed by the
provisional liquidators of BC'B
that two of the assets of Orbis
Bank and IFKAG had already
been sold or removed from IBL
with the consent of German
authorities. It was his belief
however that no assets of any
real value had accrued to IBL
as a result of the sale
"I say that there is gra\e
Janiqer that Overseas
Development Bank. Geneva
may be similarly) removed it'
the provisional liquidators are
not immediately appointed by
this honourable couit." he
argued.
"I also behlievt that the
appointment of Birrane as a
director of IBL on March 8,
1974 has not been approved by
the Central Bank," Mr
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