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Nassau and Bhama, Islands Leading Newspaper


Monday, July 29 1974


Price: 20 Cents


By MIKE LOTHIAN


Sonesta's present management
team, headed by general
manager Bob Souers, to
manage the Cable Beach
property, it is understood.
The conclusion of the sale
will stave off unemployment
for the Sonesta's 430
employees.
A July 17 staff
memorandum made it clear
that unless the hotel was sold
and taken over by the new
owners quickly it would be
shut down on August 3.
The memo told employees
that Leisure Time had "serious
financial problems" but had
"struggled" to keep the hotel
operating out of consideration
for the workers and because
negotiations had been
proceeding for some months
with Wardair, a company GBC
thought would have been able
to sign a sale contract fairly
quickly.
"It seems clear," the memo
said, "that the (sale) contract
which we had hoped to achieve
we shall not be able to enter
into soon enough. We are
hopeful, however,, that we may
have found another buyer who


will be able to move quickly
enough so that the hotel can be
purchased and remain open"
beyond the August 3 deadline.
It is understood that
Wardair's purchase of the $13
million Sonesta was held up
solely by Government approval
of the transaction.
Government's failure to
approve the sale is believed to
have been due largely to
Government opposition to
Wardair's announced intention
to revamp the Sonesta
operation to cater exclusively
to the inclusive tour charter
(ITC) section of the travel
market.
Such an aim conflicted with
Tourism Minister Clement T.
Maynard's determination to
revive the Bahamas' image as a
resort for what he terms
"quality" tourists.
Other sources have said
Government ownership of the
Sonesta is an integral part of
Government's plans to bolster
tourism in Nj;w Providence,
and particularly in the lagging
Cable Beach area, by
construction of a convention
centre, shopping facilities and


possibly a gambling casino
along the Cable Beach hotel
strip.
Both hoteliers and hotel
unionists have said Cable Beach
loses a significant portion of its
share in the tourist business to
Paradise Island resorts built
around the Paradise Island
Casino.
GBC president Robert H.
Symonette said this morning
that negotiations with Wardair
were finally terminated
without results on July 19. He
said he understood that
Wardair representatives, who
have been staying at the
Sonesta for weeks, were leaving
the island today.
He declined comment on
the status of negotiations with
what the July 17 staff memo
had referred to as "another
buyer."
The first indication that
fresh negotiations with the
mystery buyer were expected
to end with a sale came last
Wednesday, when Mr. Souers
9ld the Sonesta's employees
that the new owners would
take over at the end of July.
Official confirmation that
the "mystery buyer" was in
fact the Government first came
today, from Mr. Kalis.


Government to-


buy


THE GOVERNMENT is
expected to announce its
purchase of the 400-room
Sonesta Beach Hotel from
Leisure Time Limited this
week.
Mr. William Kalis, chief of
Government Information
Services, confirmed today that
Government is negotiating to
buy the financially shaky
Sonesta, and said "there may
be an announcement this
week" that the negotiations
have been successfully
concluded.
The board of directors of
General Bahamian Companies
(GBC). 45 per cent owner of
Leisure Time, has been assured
by Government that the
purchase announcement would
be made on Wednesday,
presumably by way of a
Communication to the House
of Assembly, reliable sources
said.
Mr. Kalis said there may be
an announcement this week,
"but I'm not sure it will take
the form of a Communication
in the House because I don't
know whether the negotiations
will be completed by
Wednesday."
The Government is expected
to retain the services of the


Miami

gate for

airline
BAHAMASAIR announced
today that it has acquired the
Gate 15 jetway on Concourse
2 at Miami International
Airport.
Passengers arriving in
Miami aboard Bahamasair can
now walk directly off the
aircraft into the airport
terminal building. And
passengers boarding in Miami
will also be able to use the
convenient facilities of the
jetway.
The baggage claim area will
remain the same.
A spokesman for the
airline said that the
acquisition of the Miami
jetway will allow passengers
travelling aboard Bahamasair
to board and disembark
"quicker and easier" than
previously.

Chinese Rice

House to

re-open


ril'M
Village
closed


POPULAR Chinese
Rice House, which
down last year, is


expr:ted to re-open at the end
of September, it was confirmed
today
Mrs Harry Wong, who
managed the Bay Street
restaurant with her husband,
said that the premises are now
undergo ng extensive
renovations. and will be
continued as a Chinese eating
place. although Western
cooking will also be served.
fhe Rice Ilouse closed in
1')7 because of difficulties in
obtaining Chinese cooks.
According to Mrs. wong, the
restaurant will be enlarged to
take in the adjoining but
previously separate City
Restaurant.

SUGAR
BARRETERRE The
government says that St. Kitts
was expected to produce about
20-thousand tons of sugar this.
year

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Captain denies police



found tin of drugs


"SEA TRADER" captain
Terry H. Daniels denied today
that police officers found a
biscuit tin with hashish inside
his medicine cabinet on April
13, and said the officers were
given it by a U.S. drug
enforcement officer who was
found aboard the boat when
they made a visit to collect
their belongings.
The 35-year-old American
skipper began his evidence
Friday in the Supreme Court
and charged that he and his
crew were forced off the "Sea
Trader" by Bahamas police and
customs officers who locked
them up in a tool-shed on
Bullock's Harbour.
Also incarcerated were the
captain and crew-men of the
"Wandering Star" tug-boat
which was sent out of Marsh
Harbour, Abaco, to give them a
tow.
Daniels, taking his stand in
the witness box again this
morning, maintained he had no
knowledge of the contents of
the unused and locked cabin
15 on the crew quarters deck.'
lie is charged with Louisiana
guitarist-cook, Eddie Edwards.
25; chief engineer. Louis
Tomiselli, 23; first engineer.
Richard Bennett, 28: second
engineer. Arnold- Zuckerman,
41, and chief mate. Jack
Kuhatz.
They pleaded not guilty to
being in possession of 50
burlap sacks of Moroccan
hashish worth an estimated
$15.5 million which police
and customs officers
discovered inside the cabin of
the freighter.
Represented by chief
defence attorney lion. Eugene
Dupuch. Q.C.. and Keith M.
Duncombe, the hearing is
expected to run through
Wednesday.
Daniels said they were taken
to the freighter on April 13 to
collect their belongings after
spending the night inside the
tool-shed.
Also locked up with them
were three members of the
tug-boat the "Wandering Star."
Its captain was taken away
earlier on April 13. he said.
When police took them to the
boat, he also noticed that the
tug-boat and its captain were at
the freighter.
Insp. Wilton Strachan was
with him as he went to collect
his belongings from his cabin,
he said.
"When I walked into my


By SIDNEY DORSETT
cabin, Mr. Ferncar was sitting
at my desk." He said that
Ferncar was a Federal drug
enforcement agent.
"As Strachan and I entered
the lounge, Ferncar turned
around and handed him a tin
and said 'look what I found in
the captain's medicine
cabinet'," he said.
He said he denied knowing
what was inside the tin when
Insp. Strachan showed him the
contents. He said the police
officers had made a thorough
search of the cabin during their
first visit on April 12. He had
been to the cabinet several
times and never seen the tin.
He testified that the room
where the tin was found was
the captain's lounge, but it was
used by the crew-members as
their recreation room.
The room which was
assigned them on the crew
quarters deck for recreation
had been stacked up with ship
equipment. lie said.
Daniels, who referred to the
ship's log during Friday's
testimony, read his statement
to the court. The statement
was made at Bullock's Harbour
as he sat inside a car with two
policemen who questioned him
and wrote the answers.
Although it was not
recorded in his exact words, lie
termed it "substant ially
correct."
In it he told police-officers
he left New York on February
10 for Ceuta. Spain. He said lie
went to Madrid then to Tangier
and finally Ceuta.
After the ship left C'uta
everything went well for about
two weeks. They began
experiencing engine trouble
continuously afterward, the
statement said.
On April 10. they signalled a
boat and were able to get a
tow. Later. a Coast (;uard
cutter gave them a tow to
Little Stirrup Cay and one
hour after anchoring, local
authorities came aboard and
found the hashish, he had said.
He said he referred to the
drug as hashish because Det.
Sgt. Allan Gibson h,,d referred
to it by that name. He did not
know what it was when he saw
it.
He said no mention of the
tin was made in his statement
because it was not found until
after he made the statement.
During his testimony Friday,


Daniels said he was annoyed by
the loud manner of Captain
Charles Hathaway, U.S. Coast
Guard cutter "Gallatin."
He said that when Capt.
Hathaway established contact
with the "Sea Trader" on April
10, the freighter was already
under tow by the "Robyn
VIII."
Capt. Hathaway said he was
instructed to tow them to Port
Everglades, but did not tell him
who had given him such
instructions. He had to confirm
the order with his ship's owner
personally after the "Robyn
VIII" captain had also told
him, he said.
Later, after contacting his
employer, h- radioed Capt.
Hathaway and told him he was
instructed to take the tow but
that the cutter was to take
them to Marsh Harbour, Abaco
as the company had a tug-boat
and parts for the boat on
stand-by there.
Capt. Hathaway's cutter
took over the tow from the
"Robyn VIII" on April 10
after they were re-instructed to
do so by the Coast Guard.
They were towed to Little
Stirrup Cay on April 12th
because it was not possible for
the cutter to go to Marsh
Ilarbour.


A NUMBIER of untrained
young Bahamians, hired by th,
Bahaimas Livestock Agriculture
and Farming Association in
recent weeks, has "worked out
well," BLAFA president
Clement Pinder said today.
The 14 Bahamians. ranging
in age from 16 to 20. were
recruited following the
government crackdown on
illegal immigrants. many of
whom had been employed by
members of B LAFA.
Mr. Pinder explained that
the principal objection by
Bahamians to working on
farms was the restriction it
placed on their social life.
'That is the problem more
than anything else," he said, as
conditions otherwise, were
good.
"Bahamianq don't want to
be confined to Cowpen Road
or Carmichael. They want to
come up every evening, but
you can't do that when there
are animals to take care of."
When the government


Sir Hugh Wooding dies in car


Sir Hugh Wooding
Eminent jurist


GUNMAN

RAIDS

DRUG

STORE
MR. JACK MALONE,
owner of Malone's Drug Store
on East Shirley St. was held
up at gun point yesterday by
a man who snatched $200.
At about 4:20 p.m.
yesterday, say police an
armed man walked into the
drug store and demanded of
Mr. Malone all the cash that
was in the cash register. Mr.
Malone complied by placing
$200 in a paper bag provided
by the revolver toting man.
The robber then left on foot.
Just before he left, an
unidentified customer walked
into the store. The unmasked
robber ordered the customer
to go behind the counter
while he made his exit.
Although detectives arrived
on the scene just minutes
after the gunman left, he was
nowhere in sight when they
arrived, police said.
Located in a two storey
building to the west of the
Shirley St. Theatre, the drug
store was raided in February
of last year by an armed man
wlm got awy with over
$200.
Police are investigating
yesterday's robbery.


Passport

queue

UNFAMILIARITY by
applicants with the
requirements for obtaining a
Bahamian passport is causing
a bottleneck at the Police
Criminal Records
Department.
A spokesman told The
Tribune today, following
inquiries, that Bahamians
applying for passports do not
have to present a police
certificate, although many are
under that impression.
"A police certificate is
necessary in order to obtain a
visa, but no one can deny you
a passport," the spokesman
said.
The Tribune had received
several complaints from
individuals who said that
there was only one person on
duty to deal with the large
number of applicants seeking
police certificates.
The police spokesman said
many of those in the queue
were trying to obtain a
certificate under the
impression this was necessary
for a passport.


SIR HUGH WOODING. Chancellor of the
University of the West Indies and a former
Chief Justice of Trinidad and Tobago, died
suddenly Friday at the wheel of his car while
on his way to a ca:iipus dinner in Trinidad. He
v.as 70.
(nr.' of !.. Caribbean's most eminent and
respectte' jurists and an acknowledged
authority on constitutional law, Sir Hugh
chaired a Roy al Commission appointed by the
Bahamas Government to review the Hawksbill
Creek Agreement at Freeport in 1"71.
Sir Hugh also chaired the Commission that
considered the future of Anguilla in 1969 and
at the time of his death was heading a


Blaze guts



Red Lion


restaurant


AN FARLY morning fire
caused extensive damage
yesterday to one of Bay
Street's most popular
restaurants, the Red Lion.
The fire was spotted around
2"15 a.m. by some people
walking past. They notified the
Fire Department who arrived
on the scene promptly.
Drosa Tsakkos, manager of
the restaurant, told The
Tribune today: "It looks as if
the fire was caused by an
electrical shortage."
The fire, which completely
destroyed the dining room area
and caused a great amount of
damage to the kitchen and bar
area. is believed to have started
in the western side of the
restaurant.
The restaurant was owned


Commission charged with drawing up a new
constitution for Trinidad and Tobago.
Sir Hugh was Chief Justice of Trinidad and
Tobago frcmr 1962-68
Educated at Queen's Royal College,
Trinidad and Middle Temple, London, Sir
Hugh was called to the bar at the age of 23. He
took silk in 1948 and was made an honorary
Master of the Bench of his Inn at Middle
Temple in 1969.
He was knighted by the Queen in 1963 and
became a Privy Councillor in 1967.
In that year also Sir Hugh was granted an
honorary Doctorate of Laws degree by the
University of the West Indies.
In 1971 Sir Hugh became
the first West Indian to be
appointed Chancellor of the
UWI. succeeding the Princess
Alace.
Mr. Aston Preston, vice
chancellor of the UWI, in
praising Sir Hugh voiced the
University's "sense of shock
and deep regret" at his sudden
death.


and operated by Mr. George
Skandalaris, a well known
Greek businessman, who
assumed ownership from the
Tsakkos family.
This is the second time this
restaurant has been hit by fire,
in two years. In June 1972, the
restaurant was extensively
damaged by fire. At the time,
it was owned by the Tsakkos
family.
The restaurant, which is
housed in a three-storey
building owned by Mr. T:.\.
Nottage, was purchased by Mr.
Skandalaris in February of this
year.
Both the restaurant and
building are insured and the
fire is presently under
investigation by the Fire
Department.


Give Butler special

passport--all

Till CHAIRMAN of the public, adding that he vodiuf
Bahamas Development like to see the Prime Minister
Corporation, Mr. Carlton travel first class.
Francis, has recommended that Endorsing Mr. Roker's
Speaker Arlington Butler be remarks, Mr. Francis recalled
given a passport befitting his that the Speaker was travelling
office as Speaker. "on a type of passport not
Mr. Francis, who is also the befitting the office of Speaker.
PLP representative for South "I would recommend that
Beach, made the suggestion in those responsible should look
the House last week during the into this and remedy it as
debate on Mr. Michael quickly as possible as the
Lightbournl's request for a Miilster of Ilcalth so
committee to investigate all eloquently proposed," he said.
matters relating to the Prime Mr. Francis noted that at the
Minister's travel expenses, recent Commonwealth Par-
liaimentary Association
earlier Health Minister conference the Speaker was
Loftus Roker had argued that called on to entertain "most
public officials on government heavily." but he did not know
business should have their it any allowance was made for
expenses paid for by the this.


Calling Sir Hugh an
"outstanding citizen" of his
native land, a lawyer with a
"unique reputation" and "a
perfect gentleman" Mr. Preston
said the West Indies had lost
"one of its most distinguished
citizens."
Sir Hugh was buried Sunday
at Lapeyrouse cemetery.
He is survived by his wife,
Anne Marie, from Ghana, two
sons and two daughters.

28 road

accidents
THE POLICE Road Traffic
Department reported 28 road
accidents over the weekend, six
involved injuries and left two
people hospitalized at the
Princess Margaret Hospital.
Saturday at 7:45 p.m., Paul
Bethell and Willie Francis, a
passenger on a motorcycle with
him, were injured when their
cyole was involved in an
accident with car N-1 88
divthn by Alphonso ,ru*s
of Minnie Street.
Both Bethell and Francis
were taken to the Princess
Margaret Hospital where
Bethell was treated and
discharged and Francis was
dletained. Today Francis was
listed at the hospital in
"satisfactory condition."
Yesterday at 2:30 p.m.,
(regory Knowles, 16, of
Harold Road, was injured when
he lost control of his car
number 1700 and collided with
a wall on Harold Road.
Knowles, who is detained at
the Princess Margaret Hospital,
was listed in "satisfactory
condition" today.


IOS liquidators file


suit against Pistell


NIW YORK Court-
appointed liquidators of four
I.O.S mutuall funds have
filed suit against Richard
Pisiell. a gold mining and wine
market ing p oimoter. to recover
three million dollars, the Wall
Street Journal said I-rd.i y.
It IJ Ils itti I S Ined'ral
ludge C T C'l;.lIc Stei\arl "held
hearings on the I(qUIdatI;OIS
demand or .in injunction, on


lIr Pistell to prevent him or
his corporate vehicle. Vencap
Ltd trom spending what's left
ot the three million dollars.
I his month Judge Stewart
handed down a decision that.
Sor reasons he hasn't explained.
lie sealed troin public scrutiny.
When it is made public, the
decision could offer a clue to
lie action his and other courts
ii.y tLake when other suits by
liquidators ot the .O.S. funds
coi to trial."
I lihe Journal says tIhat
"Pistell's Vencap Ltd. got the
three million dollars from
I OS 's International Invest-
meii Trust ( 111) in October
1972 In return, Vencap gave
preference shares to IIT to be
held as an investment. But the
deal, IIT liquidators charge,
was a sham. Mr. Pistell used
more than one million dollars
of the money Vencap got, they
say, for personal spending,
including paying off back taxes
and debts. They say that
money from IIT has been
financing what they consider
an exorhiant compensation
package for Mr. Pistell
$60.000 a year plus expenses
and a $150,000 house in
Nassau, where Vencap is
based".
The Journal says that
Pistell's lawyer "John Oram,
told Judge Stewart that Mr.
Pistell got the IIT money
Because the fund's manage-
ment was impressed with Mr.
Pistell's grasp of the
international money market.'
But the liquidators suspect that
the reason for the three million


dollar deal had more to do
with Mr. Pistell's political and
financial work in Costa Rica on
behalf ot Robert Vesco" the
former head of I.O.S. who is
currently a fugitive from the
U.S. In Costa Rica.
I he Journal says that "court
evidence, for example, showed
that before the deal. Mr. Pistell
arranged for Mr. Vesco to lend
$2.1 million to Sociedad
Agricola I: Industrial San
(Cristobal. a corporation
controlled by former Costa
Rica President Jose Figueres.
This loan established Mr Vesco
as an important Costa Rica
financier and paved the way
for him to take up residence
there."
The Journal says Pistell "got
a S100,000 loan from San
Cristobal for getting the Vesco
loan ... from the three million
dollars Vencap got from IIT,
according to documents made
part of the court record,
Vencap put more than one
million dollars on time deposit
in a Swiss bank. The hank then
lent about $700.000 to a
Pistell-contrdlled company.
Intercapital N.V., in the
Netherlands Antilles.


announced its crackdown on
illegal imi migrants, nost of
wvhomt arc ilaitian, BLAFA
carried out a concentrated
advertising campaign to try and
obtain Bahamian replacements.
There were 14 responses to
the 64 vacancies, all fronl
young people between 16 and
20.
"They were the 'sit on the
wall type' and we had our
doubts, but they were placed
and all have worked out well,"
Mr. Pinder said. In fact, he
added, some had not bothered
to leave the farms for several
weeks.
Emphasizing the good
livelihood to be made from
farming, the BLAFA president
said that working two acres of
land under the proper scientific
conditions a person could cam
$12,000 a year.
BLAFA at present holds
work permits for 84 Haitians,
and application has been made


tor 70 othcis hii presionslu
had no lk'al s altus
"1 he have been icrislcred
a.nd we hive put il apphlatlic ns
i,' Itheni." rMi. i'nder said.

lomni A ftatrs permanent
secretary Arthur Barnett said
I:ilday the government is
preparing plans for the
repatriation lof the several
thoussand illegal immigrants
who have registered.
They have been supplied
with idcntit' cards meantime.

GARFUNKELFUNERAL
FUNFRAL services for Mr.
Joseph Garfunkel, who died
Thursday, were held in Miami
today.
A resident of the Bahamas
for more than 50 years, Mr.
Garfunkel died within hours of
a heart attack at his home. A
memorial service will be held
here at a date to be announced
later.


VOL. LXX1,
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NO. 20A


LUCAS C.A.V. GIRLINO


& otUr ORIOINAL pei

OBATWSWEYL STR. TON A-AA4m
DoWnESWELL ST. mONE 2-434


Sonesta


Farm youth 'worked well'


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2~~- TH TIRN -Me a.P-y 17


Hostage

leaps to

safety
HUNTSVILLE One of 15
hostages held by three armed
convicts leaped through a glass
door in a prison building and
escaped his captors today,
officials reported.
Authorities said the escapee,
Henry Escamilla, a convict,
suffered severe cuts around his
head and shoulders, and was
taken to a hospital
semiconscious and bleeding
heavily.
Escamilla's predawn dash
from the education building
inside the penitentiary was
made during the overnight lull
in negotiations between prison
officials and the armed
convicts.
Convicts' leader Carrasco, a
former kingpin of illegal drug
traffic, in Texas and Mexico,
has indicated he wanted to
take four hostages with him to
Cuba, and he spoke to
newsmen last night of Cuban
leader Fidel Castro.
"I believe if I do have an
opportunity to communicate
with him (Castro) by
telephone, I do believe the man
will give me refuge," Carasco
said in a pronounced Spanish
accent.
The remaining hostages
include three convicts; nine
school teachers and librarians;
the prison chaplin and a prison
guard.
Prison officials have
delivered to the rebels at
Carrasco's demand three
walkie-talkies, civilian clothes
and two bullet-proof helmets.
The rebels have also demanded
bullet-proof vests, three
automatic rifles and
ammunition. (AP)


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-Masterminds behind the Cyprus coup


LONDON The Cyprus
coup was masterminded by
five Greek Cypriot officers of
the Cyprus National Guard
and supported by 25 of the
650 Greek officers in the
force, Nikos Sampson said in
an interview with the London
Sunday Times.
Sampson, the newspaper
publisher who was named
President by the coup leaders
and resigned eight days later,
said in the interview that the
coup was not organized by
the military junta in Athens
as President Makarios, who
was deposed in the coup, has
claimed.
He said the junta did little
to aid the coup forces even
after Turkish troops invaded
the island eight days ago.
The Greek military junta
yielded to a civilian
government last week after


seven years in power.
Sampson, a one-time
terrorist, was interviewed at a
retreat in the Troodos
mountains west of Nicosia,
the island's capital. He was
surrounded by bodyguards
carrying machineguns, the
paper said.
"I was expecting help from
Greece," Sampson was
quoted as saying, "but we
didn't get it, we got nothing,
we were not covered in the
air, we fought with World
War II weapons, we had no
warships; yet what we did
was something glorious and
the people had been united
under my leadership."
Sampson claimed the coup
took him by surprise.
He said a ieeoload of
troopers drove to his Nicosia
home the day the coup was
launched.


"I thought I wu
arrested," he said, "then they
asked me to become
president."
But the offer came only
after he was unable to get any
one of the four prominent
figures listed by the coup
leaders to take on the job,"
he added.
Too of that list was,
Sampson said, Michael
Triantafylides, president of
the Cyprus Supreme Court
and a former president of the
World Federation of United
Nations Associations. He is
also a close friend of
Makarios.
But Triantafyllides was not
at home when Sampson
sought him out on the coup
leaders' orders, the
Newsweekly reported. He was
in Strasbourg, France.
Of the others on


Tension mounts as



talks drag on


KYRENIA Greek Cypriot
and Turkish forces faced each
other 500 meters apart today,
waiting for the outcome of the
Geneva peace talks. There were
reports of cease-fire violations
on both sides.
A grizzled marine battalion
commander on the Turkish
front lines seven miles west of
Kyrenia said Greek Cypriot
national guardsmen had
adopted "commando tactics"
against his positions.
"In the daytime they are
quiet, but at night they shoot
at us all the time with mortars,
machineguns and rockets," he
said. "I had several wounded
last night. But we are obeying
orders not to return fire."
The Turkish officer also
disclosed that truckloads of
Greek Cypriot troops posing as
civilians had tried to drive
through Turkish lines to attack


his battalion from the rear.
"We stopped one truck with
20 men in it," he said. "We
though they were civilians, but
then they jumped out and
attacked. They killed five of
my men before we wiped them
out."
The battalion commander
showed newsmen a
bullet-shattered civilian truck
which the Greek Cypriots had
allegedly used. His men were
obviously nervous and fired
several shots over this
correspondent's car when it
first appeared between Greek
and Turkish lines on the coast
highway.
United Nations observation
posts reported Turkish troop
movements and shelling on the
front lines five miles east of
Kyrenia, near the village of
Ayios Epikitos.


PARCEL BOMB BLAST


LONDON An incendiary
device concealed in a parcel
went off today when a
wmn)an opened it in a
factory in Bristol, an
industrial port city in the
West of England, police
said.
A small fire broke out
and the woman was slightly
injured. The package was
mailed to the cigarette
factory from Northern
Ireland.
It was the second bomb
to come to light in England
in the past 12 hours. Late


Sunday night a bomb was
found concealed in an
overcoat left in a pub in
West London. It failed to go
off.
The bombs came amid a
nationwide security alert
imposed over the weekend
on military bases and
strategic industrial in-.
stallations to counter a
threat by Irish guerillas to
spread their terrorist
campaign to the British
mainland. (AP)

Doctors strike

ROME Some 100,000
Italian doctors today began a
48-hour general strike
demanding hospital reform and
new labour contracts.


U.N. spokesman Rudolf
Stajduhar cited this as evidence
that "the Turks have continued
their territorial gains." But
other military sources said the
Turks stopped advancing last
Saturday, and small
movements since then are
designed to consolidate
defensive positions.
They said small Greek and
Turkish units are continuing to
make forays across each other's
lines, but they claimed that
this was normal in any
cease-fire situation where the
terms of a permanent truce are
still being discussed in Geneva.
Turkey's massive military
buildup on this island
continued, however.
Helicopters and landing boats
unloaded fresh troops and
military equipment along the
beachhead on both sides of
Kvrenia.
Diplomats and military
experts said it exceeds normal
resupply and rotation of
battle-weary troops who
participated in the initial
invasion of Cyprus 10 days
ago.
The Turkish force now
numbers more than 20,000
men supported by heavy
artillery and 200 to 300
American-made Patton tanks.
It occupies a 200-square-mile
salient stretching from the
northern beachhead to
Nicosia's Turkish quarter.
Facing them are the
remnants of the 11,000-man
Cypriot National Guard, who
have lost more than 25 of their
40 Soviet-made T34 tanks, and
30,000 to 40,000 Greek
Cypriot reservists. Many of the
latter are armed with ancient
single-shot rifles and ride
around in civilian vehicles
camouflaged with mud. (AP)


Sampson's list, one had just
suffered a heart attack and
the other two were missing
from their homes. Sampson
declined to identify the three
other notables.
Finally, Sampson said, he
agreed after initial reluctance
to become president on
condition "that I would be a
real president, and not a
puppet."
Sampson said he quit as
president after telephoning
the United Nations
headquarters and being told
by the Cypriot envoy there
that "Britain and Turkey
were against me personally.
"It was from that moment
that I decided to resign," he
was quoted as saying. "I
could have stayed, but there
would have been more
trouble in the country." (AP)


CONNALLY

INDICTED
WASHINGTON -
Former U.S. Treasury
Secretary John B. Connally
was indicted today by a
federal grand jury on
charges of bribery, perjury
and obstructing justice.
The indictment said
Connally accepted $10,000
in cash from a milk fund
official, Jake Jacobsen, in
exchange for recommending
that federal milk price
supports be increased.
Jacobsen, an official of
Associated Milk Producers
Inc., also was indicted on a
charge of giving an illegal
payment to a public official.
In all, the grand jury
cited Connally, a Texas
Democrat turned Republi.
can, on five alleged
violations of federal law.
The maximum possible
penalties for the five counts
total 16 years in jail and
fines of $30,000 for
Connally.
The indictment charged
that between May 14 and
Sept. 24, 1971, Jacobsen
gave Connally the $10,000
in exchange for Connally's
recommendation to the
Secretary of Agriculture
that the milk price supports
go up.
Although the 'money
actually went to Connally,
the indictment said that
Connally and Jacobsen both
agreed to testify before the
grand jury and the Senate
Watergate Committee that
the $10,000 was intended
for political candidates or
the "Democrats for Nixon"
group headed by Connally
in 1972.
The indictment charged
that both men were
prepared to testify that
Connally turned down the
offer from Jacobsen. (AP)


From Russia with sex


MOSCOW The Soviet
Union's first known sex
manual says the Soviet woman


gets more fun out of sex than
her French or English sisters
but it maintains that premarital
intercourse is harmful.
Written by Professor A. M.
Svyadoshch of Leningrad and
published early this year
ostensibly for doctors, only,
the paperback's one and only
printing of 100,000 copies
quickly sold out at 65 kopeks
- 85 cents each.
But Russians say it is
available on the black market
for the equivalent of $37.50 a
copy.
The 187-page manual,
"Female Sexual Problems,"
maintains that 40 per cent of
all French women and 41 per
cent of women in Britain never
experience orgasm. It claims,
however, that only 18 per cent
of the women in the Soviet
Union have that problem.
Professor Svyadoshch uses
statistics from Kinsey and
other foreign experts to
support his claims but adds
that studies on sexual
behaviour have been conducted
in the Soviet Union.
The professor wrote:
"Premarital sex can be a source
of severe psychic disturbances
and can lead to social
impoverishment of the
personality"
Sexual disharmony
frequently is the man's fault,
he says. "Men often
overestimate a younger
woman's need for sex while
they underestimate an older
woman's needs."
He claims that Soviet
women achieve a maximum
interest in sex by the age of 30
and often maintain it until
they're 60 years old.
The Soviet male is most
potent in his late 20S.
Svyadshch also offers advice


on when ana wnere to make
love: "Anywhere and anytime"
but not more than once a night
or in the morning but only if
you have time to rest before
going to work.
As a cure for some cases of
frigidity: A trip to a southern
spa for mineral water showers
and mud baths. (AP)


-he tear-streaked faces that


gave the impeachment votes


WASHINGTON Members
of the judiciary committee of
the House of Representatives
worked in private yesterday
shaping further charges against
President Nixon following the
passage of the first of their
impeachment recommends-
tions.
As committee members'
prepared for today's
resumption of their nationally
broadcast deliberations, Nixon
was flying back from a
California working vacation,
already focusing on the full
house where he predicts he will
win vindication.
The panel's 38 members,
some with tears streaking their
solemn faces, gave over-
whelming approval Saturday
night to the first article of
impeachment to reach a vote
after their six-month
investigation.
The 27-11 roll call vote sent
to the House floor a
nine-section document re-
commending Nixon's removal
from the nation's highest office
for having "prevented,
obstructed and impeded
administration of justice" in
the Watergate cover-up.
When it reconvened this
afternoon the committee was
to take up other articles which
sponsors spent the weekend
refining.
The first probably will be a
broad article charging Nixon
with violating the con-
stitutional requirements of his
office by various acts, ranging
from alleged misuse of his
office by various acts, ranging
from alleged misuse of the
Internal Revenue Service to
setting up the White House
plumbers unit.
The committee's second-
ranking Republican
representative Robert McClory
of Illinois, has drafted such an
article. He also has prepared
another one accusing Nixon of
contempt of Congress for
failing to comply with eight
committee subpoenas for 147
taped conversations. McClory
voted against the article of
impeachment approved by the
committee on Saturday.
Another article, being
brafted by representative
Edward Mezvinsky, Democrat-
Iowa, charges Nixon with.
claiming unauthorized income
tax deductions and using
government funds to improve


Newsweek magazine said
Sunday it had eared that
one of President Nixon's best
Congresuonal pulse takers
now counts only 36 Senators
for the President in an
impeachment showdown.
That is only two more than
he would need to remain in
office and Newsweek said
that six of those 36 must be
considered "soft."

his California and Florida
homes.
Nixon was returning to
Washington Sunday from a
16-day stay in his San
Clemente estate. His lawyer,
James D. St. Clair, cancelled a
scheduled appearance on a
network television interview
programme to confer with
Nixonon the transcontinental
flight.
The President was strolling
on the Pacific beach when the
committee voted Saturday
night.
He picked up an outdoor
telephone to receive word of
the vote from one of his closest
aides, Press Secretary Ronald
L. Ziegler.
"The President was not
surprised. We have expected
this ..." said a spokesman.
Later, the western White.
House issued a terse statement:
"The President remains
confident that the full House
will recognize that there simply
is not the evidence to support
this or any other article of
impeachment and will not vote
to impeach. He is confident
because he knows he has
committed no impeachable


offence."
' A majority vote of the'
435-member House is required,
to place Nixon on trial in the
Senate, where totes of
two-thirds of the 100 members
are necessary to convict and
remove him from office.
Congressional leaders want
the House to reach a decision
by late August.
Senate Democratic leader
Mike Mansfield said he would
meet Monday with Republican
leader Hugh Scott to begin
"anticipatory" preparations for
a possible Senate trial, perhaps
beginning in September.
Nixon's supporters are
predicting the issue will never
reach the Senate.
Vice President Gerald Ford
said the House will vote down
impeachment if it considers the
question solely "on the facts."
Talking with reporters on
the lawn of his suburban
Virginia home an hour after
the committee voted, Ford said
he remains convinced Nixon is
innocent of any offence.
The Vice President said the
fact that all 21 Democrats on
the committee voted' to
recommend impeachment
"tends to make it a Partisan
issue." (AP)
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three-year prison sentence in
Lexington, Kentucky, today
following his conviction on tax
evasion, bribery and perjury
charges. Kerner was found
guilty of accepting bribes in
return for favours to certain
racetrack owners.


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NuLuus ADnmcrus JUARIE IN VERBA MACRmm
BeingBound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, bbUsher/Edltor 1903. 1914
SIR ETIEMNE DUPUCH.O.B.E., K.C.S.G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publer/Edltor 1917-1972
Contribute Editor 1972.
EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
PubUlher/Editor 1972.
Published Daily Monday to Saturday


Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.
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Monday, July 29, 1974

EDITORIAL

The way Castro operates

By ETIENNE DUPUCH
LONDON, May 22 This has been a hard trip. Starting with
the long wait in the hot, overcrowded airport in Tokyo I estimate
that we were on the go for fully 24 hours.
Anchorage was a bit of a surprise. When we were last there a
few years ago the airport was old and primitive but it was
interesting because several Eskimos were in the place. I kept
telling Graham that he would meet Eskimos in Alaska.
But when we arrived there we found ourselves in a new and
modern airport crowded with all kinds of people from many parts
of the world ... but not a single Eskimo in sight.
This is now an International Airport and Eskimos no longer go
to this place. I was told that I would have to go into the town if I
wanted to see Eskimos.
We are just about exhausted. It is never easy to adjust to a
change in time. I find it difficult to adjust to even the hour's
change involved in Daylight Saving but a round-the-world trip
means a change of a full day.
It wouldn't have been so bad had we been able to make the
direct flight to iLndon but the three hours delay and change in
Paris just about did us in.
We have two days here. Apart from having Major General Sir
Robert Neville in for lunch and making a few phone calls we
intend to rest. And then we will be off for seven days at a quiet
retreat in the Algarve, Portugal. Then we fly back to London
where we will oveni;i~! at a hotel in the airport and on the
following J., iy to Miami by way of New York. This will be the
Labour Day holiday in Nassau and so the Carrons will fly to
Miami to spend the week-end with us.
Prom San Francisco I cabled my office instructing them to
send my mail and copies of The Tribune to the Savoy Hotel in
London to await my arrival. Instead my daughter sent the first
few issues of the paper after we left on this trip to Japan, along
with a letter giving me background information on cases that
could not be published.., or were not yet ready for public release
... tw my hotel in Kyoto.
This mail should have reached me because Graham received
mail in Kyoto but it didn't. There were several days papers
waiting for me in London but I missed just enough to cause me to
lose sequence on several matters.
Anyway there were two bits in the papers I received that may
be of greater importance than meets the eye.

On May 9th The Tribune reported Mr. Carlton Francis,
Development Corporation chairman, as stating in the House that
the Bahamas may have to become a republic before Bahamians
will "finally learn that we are a nation by and for ourselves."
Is this an open admission by a member of the government that
independence has been such a complete failure that they must
now fig J Jnother propaganda piece to dangle before the eyes of
the grass roots?
This is the way that the independence propaganda was started.
At a time when the government seemed to be losing favour
with the people Mr. Pindling started sounding the independence
horn. He told the people that from where he sat he saw great
things in an independent nation for the Bahamian people.
Until independence finally came the air was full of promises of
heavenly milk and honey for the poor people. I wasn't.in Nassau
for independence but an American investor, who went to the
island for the celebrations, later swore to me that Mr. Pindling
gave the impression in his radio broadcast speech that
independence would bring riches to the poor people of the
islands. This sounds a bit far-fetched but that is the impression he
got from the speech.
lie immediately closed out his investments in the Bahamas
because, he said, he realized that the day of awakening would
have to come some day ... and it will be a dark day for the islands
when the people realize how far they have been deceived and
betrayed by their own men who have promised so much and
delivered no pluses ... only minuses.
Only a few months after independence Mr. Pindling was singing
another tune. He admitted that they had put so much time into
talking and planning independence that some important things
had been neglected. Now they would have to busy themselves
with putting things straight.
In spite of all the talk and vain hopes there has been no
improvement in sight.
Let us examine brief!) the situation as reflected in stories in
the few copies of The Tribune that have reached me.
Coconut Grove M.P. Edmund Moxey is unhappy about what
the government is doing to his Jumbey Village and the betrayal of
Bahamian entertainers by Minister of Tourism Clement Maynard
in his plans for Goombay Summer.
The Bahamas police force has come under severe criticism by
a coroner in England who claimed that they refused to cooperate
in the investigation of the murder of an English female teacher at
Exuma. The English newspapers published some gory stories
about this accusation.
I hope there is no grounds for this complaint because the
police force has been one of the few bright spots in the Bahamas
mess.
The Bahamas police claim that the case is still under
investigation. I hope they will solve this crime so that this smear


may be removed from their escutcheon.
That the Princess Margaret Hospital is in one unholy mess has
been clear for everyone to see for a long time. It grows steadily
worse.
The government has been trumpeting all over the place about
the millions they are spending on education and health. Mr.
kindling himself has admitted that they have gone wrong on
education somewhere. .. but he has been painfully quiet about
the hospital mess. Is he really such a prisoner of his party that he
is powerless to act in the hospital case?

But the really serious piece of news in the papers I have
received is the report in The Tribune on Monday, May 13th,
revealing that the editor had received an anonymous letter
informing her that an underground political force, calling itself
The Twentieth Century Revolutionaries, had been formed locally


(By The AssoclaSte rrFss
TODAY is Monday, July
29th, the 210th day of 1974.
There are 155 days left in the
year.
HIGHLIGHTS in history on
this date:
1973 Voters in Greece
endorse decisions by their
leaders to abolish Greek
monarchy and install George
Papadopoulos as President.
1972 South Vietnames
marines fight bunker-to-bunker
to try to retake the
Communist-held citadel in
Quang Tri City.
1971 U.S. Apollo 15
spacecraft goes into orbit


around Moon preparations
are made for lunar landing.
1962 Congo Premier
Cyrille Adoula proposes a new
constitution, including
concessions to Katanpg
province's demands for more
self-rule.
1696 Peter the Great of
Rusnia takes Azov in Russia
1656 Mary Queen of
Scots marries Henry, Lord
Darnley in Edinburgh.
THOUGHT FOR TODAY:
"When you have got a thing
where you want it, it is a good
thing to leave it where it is" -
Sir Winston Churchill, British
statesman. (1874-1945).


and is bent on the overthrow of the present government and the
economic and social restructuring of Bahamian society.
As soon as I read this piece I phoned the editor in Nassau to
ask her if she had any clue as to the identity of this underground
group. She told me that she had no more information than was
published in The Tribune.
I don't want to be an alarmist but this could be the beginning
of something I have feared for a long time.
A couple of weeks ago ... before I knew anything about this
anonymous news release to The Tribune... I suggested in one of
my articles that a leftist group that had been active in Nassau
a couple of years ago, had been ominously quiet. I pointed out
that this kind of organization doesn't die easily. I asked if anyone
could say what had happened to some of its leaders who have
fallen completely out of the news. Have these men been
undergoing training with Castro's revolutionary forces ... and if so
when will they reappear on the scene?
Is this the first propaganda shot from a leftist organization
being resurrected in a new form under new leadership?

I have been satisfied fo. a long time that if ... and when ...
Russia decides to make a move in the Caribbean, Communist cells
will blossom all over the place ... and especially in the Bahamas
because of its close proximity to the U.S. coast.
Castro has taken a page out of Hitler's book in his
revolutionary methods. You will recall that when Hitler started
moving into countries on Germany's borders young Germans who
had been living in these countries for years ... who had established
important business and social contacts and knew everything
about these countries ... suddenly emerged on the scene in the
uniform of German officers.
This is the way Castro operates. It is really amazing that
wherever trouble has broken out in the world in recent years
Castro's men are on the spot as leaders of the uprising.

There seems bound to be a confrontation between the U.S. and
Russia at some time in the future unless, of course, Russia and
China tangle first. If this were to happen soon Russia would have
the advantage in weapons and the U.S. would be wise to go to
her aid because a swift victory for Russia in China would make
the Soviets the undisputed masters of the world. And,of course,
should China come out of such a conflict in a strong position it
would be only a matter of time before China moved into a
dominant place.
America's shortsighted policy of pressuring Britain into a
position where she was obliged to dissolve the British Empire ...
thereby creating small nations all over the world ... has placed the
U.S. in a very vulnerable position and may result in the
destruction of our Christian society. Certainly George Orwell's
book "1984" in which he pictures a world dominated by a Big
Brother (Communist) character, now seems to be a grim
possibility. Orwell may be off a year or two ... or even more ... in
his timing but there is every indication that world society is now
moving in that direction.

I firmly believe that there will be a confrontation between the
US. and Russia. Some of my friends believe it will take place in
the Indian Ocean or the Mediterranean Sea.
The reopening of the Suez Canal may speed the day because
this will make it easy for the Russian navy and air force to gain
control in an area which was formerly policed by the Royal Navy
and from which the Western Allies draw most of their fuel and
raw material essential to the prosecution of a major war.
Wherever this confrontation takes place it seems logical that
Russia would want to keep America pinned down in her own
backyard ... and the Bahama islands would be the logical place to
strike to achieve this end.
I have said repeatedly that I am not a prophet, nor am I a
military strategist. In predicting events I use common sense
combined with a close observation of what is happening in the
world, especially in our own hemisphere.
Russia has been nibbling at the Caribbean for some time with
Cuba as her headquarters base. And Castro has been making the
near proximity of Cuba felt in our islands ... that is, for anyone
who is capable of reading the handwriting on the wall.
Any student of the Cuban situation will tell you that Castro is
impatient for action. More than once the Kremlin has been
obliged to restrain him. And don't forget ... he has threatened our
islands.
You must surely remember the case recently when eight Cuban
fishing boats operated off the coast of Long Island. These men
declared that they had been sent there with Castro's approval. I
believe them.
Several groups of Cuban fishermen operating out of Miami
have been arrested and brought to Nassau. The pictures of these
men in The Tribune showed that they were concerned about their
plight. Not so in the case of Castro's boys. Look again at the
picture of this group published in The Tribune. They looked like
men who were out on a great lark. And the government were soft
in dealing with them.
Now we have this communication from a mysterious
underground group. This is the way the Communists work. They
introduce their propaganda by small stages until they are ready to
strike and then they surface in full force with the ground work
well and truly laid.
**** *****
I hope I am wrong. But everything that has happened in the
Bahamas under the P.L.P. government has helped to create a
situation favourable to a Castro take-over ... and now this stupid
talk of a republic is another step in that direction.

There is no security anywhere in the world today. But I feel
that the Bahamas is becoming daily more vulnerable. I can only
hope that if ... and when ... the day of reckoning comes I will
have established a place of refuge for my family.
e**e*i***e
I don't have to tell my readers that I think they made a great
mistake in placing power in the hands of the P.L.P.... and that I
feel there is need for a change.


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group that might emerge out of the shadows and make sure they
don't change the witch for the devil as they did when they
changed the U.B.P. for the P.L.P.
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CLARENCE TOWN repre-:
senitative Michael Lightbotirn
withdrew his resolution to have
financiers Robert Vesco and
Norman P. LeBlanc put on the
immigration "stop list" when
he was given an accidental view
of how the vote would go in
the House,


Mr. Lightbourn had
requested in his resolution that
instructions concerning the
two men should be given to the
Minister of Home Affairs. But
as Deputy Prime Minister
Arthur Hanna pointed out, the
question of putting an
individual on the "stop list"
rested on the Cabiret as a
whole and not only with the
Minister responsible for
Immigration.
Furthermore, Speaker
Arlington Butler added, the
House could not, constitut-
ionally, give instructions to the
r7abinet.
'This is a difficult matter to
deal with. especially by a
lawyer," Opposition Leader
Kendal Isaacs pointed out.
Mr. Isaacs drew members'
attention to the fact that there
were "any number of actions"
before the Bahamas court had
courts elsewhere involving
companies with which Messrs.
Vesco and LeBlanc were said
to be associated.
Mr. Isaacs said it would be
professionally remiss of him if
he did not point out that the
matter wis n(.w -icfore the
courts.
"It appears that their affairs
are already being wound up
and that they are spending very
little time in the Bahamas," he
said. He therefore saw little
purpose in carrying on with the
debate.
As the Speaker finished
putting the motion after it had
been seconded, all the
government members leapt to
their feet in opposition, as did
Mr. Light lourn who was,
however, tryi;,g to say
-tonimthing I, ithe Speaker.
When Speaker Butler again
put the motion Mr. Lightbourn
rose. "Since we've had a vote
already and I saw how it came
out I will withdraw it." he said.


Public lecture


DR. DORIS L. Wethers of
St. Luke's Hospital, New York
City will deliver a public
lecture on "The Inner City
Child: Problems of a child
from a less than Optimal
Environment" at the Bahamas
Teacher's College on
Wednesday, July 31 at 8:30
p.m.
The lecture will be
presented under the auspices
of the Crippled Children's
Committee, and the
Professional Committee for the
Crippled Children's Clinics in
cooperation with the Bahamas
Medical Association.
Dr. Wethers will be in
Nassau for a study to assess the
viability of conducting blood
teis of children in 'the
Bahamas with special reference
to early detection of sickle cell
anumia. The study is bada
peasored. by the Cripgtpd
Children's 9m imittee witLh-l
approval of the Ministry of
Health.


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EVELYN Kight, daughter of
SMr. and Mrs. Dalton Kight of
Miami, Florida, became the
bride of Stephen Carl, Lowe,
only son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
H. Lowe, on Saturday, June 29
at Sunset Park Church of God,
Miami, Fla.
The double-ring ceremony
was performed by Rev. Clyde
Ogle and the bride was given in
marriage by her father.
She wore an A-line gown of
silk organza with a circular
scooped collar made of Venice
lace and her sleeves which were
long and straight, were made
out of the same trimmings. A
Juliet cap of lace and seed
pearls held in place the
multi-tiered illusion veil and
she carried a bouqet of white
roses and baby's breath with an
orchid in the centre.
Mrs. Nettit-Mae Austin,
sister of the bride, was the
matron of honour and the
bridesmaids were Karen Evans,
sister of the groom; Vera
Smith and Teressa Austin,
niece of the bride.
The matron of honour wore
an A-line gown of pink
polyester crepe and the
bridesmaids wore similar gowns
of corn flower blue. They
carried bouquets uo spring


coloured flowers.
Dawn Kimbrell was the
flower girl and she wore a pink
polyester crepe dress and
carried a basket of colourful
spring flowers.
Colin Lowe, cousin of the
groom, served as bestman and
the groomsmen were Lanny
Evans, Damon Kight, brother
of the bride and Jeffrey White


Timothy Lowe, a cousin of the
groom was the ring-bearer.
A reception was held
immediately after the
ceremony at the church's
recreation centre.
The couple will reside in
Miami where the groom is a
senior at Florida International
University.


EDITOR, The Tribune,
D' Square Deal,
l.icorpilated hold dey annual
shareholder meeting' la' week
an' Br. Dookie say he bulls
oldest boy, Reggie, had d' job
t' keep d' glasses full up while
d' meeting' going' on. D'
Chairman read he report:
"Muh Brudders. Ah proud
Ah could-a stan' up here d' end
o dis first year since we did get
incorpulated, t' tell y' all what
happen an' how erryt'ing stan'.
"'cordin' t' we policy, d'
membership in d' club Ah
mean d' corpulation, increase
dis year by tree. Ah know da
one more 'n d' bye-laws allow
for one year, but y' hardly
could-a let d' Queen say she
sportier'n we. What yinna say?
Anybody want call dis a racist
corpulation now gotta shet he
mout'.
"Dis bin a mos' conspishus
year an' dis report go
disappoint some people,
'specially all dem doan know
jes how dis corpulation does
funkshun.
"First, it is muh unpleasant
duty t' report dat common
stock gone down way down.
Some organization in plenty
trouble. Alibis & Excuses got
all dey could-a do t' keep dey
head outta water, an' Promises
Unlimited gone t' d' receivers
(if dey could-a find anything t'
receive). But what scare muh
mos' is d' way d' shareholders
talking' 'bout getting' rid o' all
dey holding's altogedder. Look
like it could-a turn into a
stampede if things get much
worse.
'"nudder t'ing, d' heap o'
complaints from all dem
common-stock holders jump
up more 'n six hundred
percent. All dem complaining'
'bout dey ain't receive no
dividen' now, mussie 'bout six,
seven years. Y' know 't is
company policy not t' answer
dat kind-a gripe, but we jes as
well face d' music, 'cause it
doan look like dis record go
stop playing' for little while.
"On d' udder han',
prospecks for preferred stock
holders never look so good. All
Ah could-a hear 'bout is
advances an' gains. 't ain't
hardly one subsidiary report t'
us 'bout no l9ss. Listen t' how
some o' dese read:-
"Firs'-an'-las' Payoia
break all record. Nine
t'ousen'-an-'-eighty-four dollars
per share, up seven
hundred-an'-fourty on las'
year.
"Fat-Cats United dey ain't
do too bad. Da stock gone up
two hundred-an'-eighty-four
dollars an' seventeen cents.
"New Day ain't do good as
before, but it still show a slight
increase o' t'ree percent.
"Pipes Witholdin's say d'
auditor still working' on dey
books.
"Kick-backs Consolidated
say dey ain't make much-a
money as t'ree, four years ago,
since all dem big, fat contract
slack off. Dey t'inkin' 'bout
goin' into grocery, an' shoe, an'
dress an' t'ing if sumpin doan
come 'long pretty soon.
"On d' whole, den, y'
might-a say dis was a kind-a
mix-up year. It 'mind muh o'
da sing:
"D' rich get richer
While d' poor get poorer."
'course, Ah use dat as a
kind-a parable: Ah ain't mean
t' walk on nobody toe.
"But things looking' up for d'
year ahead. Y' hear what d'
Prime Minister tell all dem
commissioner? All d' political
goal done score, now we
could-a turn all we attention t'
spreadin' d' joy.


"Au dt. tJ- e.

courses we get lttl ikroblem In
d' hotel an' bulldin' fields.
Coupl-a people out o' job two.


*, #At, bat on d' whole,
ti~ ody neer had it so good.
'So, like d' Dor Man say.
le's turn all we force now t' d'
economic field for d' year
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NOTICE is hereby given that all person having
any clatims or demands against the above-named
Estate are requested tosend the same duly certified
to the undersigned on or before the Sixteenth day
of August, A.D., 1974.
AND NOTICE is hereby given that at the
expiration of the time above-mentioned the assets
of the deceased will be distributed among the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the
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THE TRIBUNE -- Monday. July29.1974


By Abigail Van Buren
S0 1m a1 ChMir TrimHeva Y. ews sria., Ie.
DEAR ABBY: I recently heard that the boy I have been
going steady with for about two months has been arrested
several times for indecent exposure. He's on probation now.
He is a very shy and gentle person and I can't imagine
him doing anything like that, but the person who told me is
an old friend of his who said he thought I should know for
my own good.
Now I wonder what I should do. Is this fellow dangerous?
Do you think he might attack me sexually? Will h outgrow
it?
1 am the first girl he has ever dated. Should I let him
know that I know? Should I quit seeing him even though I
like him a lot?
I am 19 and he is 20. SCARED
DEAR SCARED: Tell him what you've heard and ask
him if it's true. If he denies it and you still have doubts, all
arrests are a matter of public record and can be easily
checked out. If he admits it, ask him if he's had treatment.
(Exhibitionism is an illness as well a a crime.) If he says
he's had treatment, ask to talk to his therapist. If he says he
hasn't, tell him you won't date him .unless he goes for
treatment. Don't continue seeing him unless you have all
the answers.
DEAR ABBY: My brother is always too busy (or too
lazy) shop for gifts, so when Mother's Day or Father's
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Should she keep seeing
"indecent exposer"?
Day approaches, he says: "Buy something, and put my
name on the card, and I'll pay you later."
Well, I do, but "later" always 'arns out to be "never."
This has happened so many times it's not even funny. What
should I say next time this deadbeat asks me to put his
name on the card? SIS
DEAR SIS: Why look for a fancy way to convey a plain
message? Say: "No!"
DEAR ABBY: I am a newly wed woman, 28, and
employed, but my husband and I are saving for a home so
I'm not able to spend much on clothes. I have an aunt who
has a lot of money and nobody to spend it on but herself.
She buys clothes like they are going out of style. (That's
funny!) Anyway, three years ago Aunt Ruth gave me four
dresses and three pairs of shoes, which I am still wearing.
The problem: Aunt Ruth has called me about a dozen
times since, and asked me to come over to try on some
things because she is cleaning her closets. I drive over (and
it's no short drive) and try on stuff for hours, but she
doesn't give me anything. She looks at me in her clothes,
and says: "I'd better hang un to that-I may wear it
again." And into the closet it goes!
After being invited over to "try things on," I've gone
home empty-handed time after time, and I am hurt. She
doesn't owe me anything, but why does she do this? And
what should I do about it? DISAPPOINTED
DEAR DISAPPOINTED: She does it because, after
seeing her wearing apparel on you, she has a change of
heart. Tell her that you will gladly come over to pick up
anything she wants to give away. But not to call until
AFTER she has made the decisions.
CONFIDENTIAL TO "PUBLIC SPEAKER IN PORT-
LAND": Sorry, but I don't have a collection of "Jokes and
funny stories." Why not take George B. Shaw's suggestion?
He said: "My way of joking is to tell the truth. It's the
funniest joke in the world."


From Page 4
ahead. Ain't Ah hear yinna say
y' want be millionyear? Well,
dis y' chance now. So, make
hay while d' sun shine 'cause y'
ain't know what could-a
happen t' broke up d'
baby-house. Some o' dese
Bahamian get real bad head


TAXI UNION AGM
The annual general meeting
and election of officers of the
Bahamas Taxi Cab Union will
be held Wednesday at 6.30
p.m. at the Taxico Building,
Wulff Road.
As this is the annual general
meeting only financial
members will be able to
participate, a spokesman said.
Union president Richard
Moss, who has served since
1970, will be seeking another
term in office.
Other officers seeking


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when dey ain't see pay
envelope for ten month.
"An' now how 'bout some
brudder moo' t' adopt dis
report?
Br. Dookie say he bulla boy,
Reggie, make a dollar an'
seventeen cents in tips.
COUSIN ZEPH


re-election are: Duke Smith
vice-president; Harold Major,
secretary; Basil Lewis, treasurer
and Robert Outten recording
secretary.
INDEPENDENCE
JAMAICA will celebrate the
12th anniversary of its
independence on August 5,
when the Acting High
Commissioner for Jamaica and
Mrs. Oswald Murray will hold a
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Little Miss St. Barnabas craoned


ATHENA MARCHE, 6, was crowned Little Miss St.
Barnbas last Monday night at Ronnie's Rebel Room after
winning a beauty pageant sponsored by the Ways and
Means Committee of the St. Barnabas constituency.
Athena, who was sponsored by Nicki's Fashions, is the
daughter of Shirley Cartwright and is a student of Queen's
College.


SMichelle Bullard, sponsored by Sears Boutique, placed
third and she was followed by Carol Smith, who was
representing Del Jane's.
The pageant which was held under the patronage of Mr.
Sinclair Outten, M.P. for St. Barnabas, was held by the
Ways and Means Committee of the Progressive Liberal Party
to raise money to assist with community development
projects in that constituency.
Music for the evening was provided by Ronnie and His
Ramblers.


LITTLE ATHENA MARCH making her debut before she
was crowned Little Miss St. Barnabas.


SOPHIE LOCKHART Little Miss Fort Charlotte
crowning Athena Marche, after she won the Little Miss St.
Barnabas beauty pageant which was held last Monday night
at Ronnie's Rebel Room.
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By LELORI) KORDEL
Number 14 of a Scries


I:'REI'ORT LAST WEEK HOSTED) THE Supreme Convention of the Free and Accepted Modem
Masons and Order of Eastern Star. Tourism Minister Clement T. Maynard. is shown at centre, flanked
by the Supreme (Grand Master of International Masons, Dr. William V. Hank (at left) and the Randd
Master of the- Bahamas, Mr. 'elton (;. Collie. 'le i Minister delivered tle main address at the
Masons' Debutantes Cotillion Ball which took place at the Kilyi's Inn and (;olf Club on Tuesday
evening. This event was one of the highlights of the week-long convention that was attended by more
than 500 persons, the majority of whom came from the Ietroit and New York areas.


Lodges will continue to influence


Bahamian lives says Maynard


FREE MASONRY has had.
and will continue to have an
important influence on the
development of the Bahamian
people, the Minister of
Tourism, the Hon. Clement T.
Maynard said last Tuesday.
The occasion was the 1974
supreme convention by the
International Free and
Accepted Modern Masons and
Order of Eastern Star held at
the International Hotel,
headquarters for the week-long
gathering.
The convention was
attended by more than 500
persons, the majority of whom
came from the Detroit and
New York areas. Also in
attendance was Dr. William
Banks, founder of the
organization.
"Lodges are among the
oldest and most respected
institutions in the Bahamas".
continued the Minister. "They
have produced many


outstanding leaders over the
years, including, I might add,
our Prime Minister, the lion.
Lynden O. Pindling In fact, it
almost appears to be a
tradition here that to be
successful in a virtuous way, a
Bahamian must have come
under the influence of the
church or the lodge at one time
or another."
Suggesting a parallel
between the Masonic leader.
Dr. Banks and the Bahamas,
Mr. Maynard pointed out that
"we were once a nation of
poor farmers and fishermen,
but over the years have
succeeded in building ourselves
into a flourishing young
nation. We have eradicated the
evil of racial oppression and we
have educated our people into
a full awareness of the goals of
national development.
"We owe the success of our
nation and your organization
to the values inculcated


through the teachings of
institutions such as the church,
school and family.
"The awareness ot
brotherhood, progress, honour
and dignity handed down
through generation after
generation of Free Masons, is a
major factor in shaping the
lives of our people and we
must never forget its
importance."
Noting that in recent years
more and more representatives
of Bahamian lodges have been
going abroad to attend
international conventions and
conferences, Mr. Maynard said
that in doing so, they not only
promote the spirit of Free
Masonry around the world, but
act as ambassadors of goodwill
for the Bahamas.
The Minister concluded by
inviting the conventioners to
participate in the Goombay
Summer activities now in
progress until the end of
August.


Sam M., already dangerously
fat, was eating his second
dessert. It was a huge wedge of
apple pie, and after the first bite
he looked around the table and
asked, "Where's the butter?"
"I put it away when I cleared
the table, Sam," his wife said.
"Who wants butter with des-
sert?"
"1 do," said Sam plaintively.
"You know I always like butter
on my pie, Ella. Makes it rich-
er.
"That's the trouble with you,
Sam," she said, "too much rich
food. You'd just better remem-
ber what the doctor told youl"
Sam didn't like to remember
that. The doctor hadn't listened
to Sam's excuses. He had been
blunt and unsympathetic.
"It's not your glands, Sam,"
the doctor said. "And you didn't
inherit your fat. All you in-
herited was the family appetite.
You just eat too much."


S Excuses .... Excuses
S There are more excuses tor
obesity than there are reasons
for it.
Did you ever hear a fat per-
son say, "I'm fat because I'm a
glutton?" Never! "My whole
family is fat," he'll tell you, "and
I inherited it. I really) have an
appetite like a bird."
The answer to that, of course,
is "Sure-a vulture or an os-
trichl"
At the age of 30 or 40, the
Sbody's energy requirements
slow down, and you need fewer
calories to maintain your weight.
As the average man gets
f older, however, and his phys-
ical activity decreases, his eat-
ing habits stay exactly the
same-or even increase.
If you are a chairwarmer,
1,900 calories a day will hold
your weight.
If you get around a bit, 2,400
calories a day will allow your
weight to remain the same.
You can remain lean on 3,000
calories a day if you're a hard,
active worker.
Anyone who is as much as 15
pounds heavier than the op-


timum weight for his particular
physique is considered over-
weight.
Pounds Multiply Deaths
The overweights dig their
own graves with their
teeth-workmen and execu-
tives alike. Your vulnerability
increases with your pounds.
Studies of over-weights
showed that the mortality
among them was 50 percent
higher, especially when they
were also suffering from cardio-
vascular-renal diseases, dia-
betes, and diseases of the liver
and gall bladder.
Your chances for living go
down as your weight goes up.
Generally speaking, people
who are 15 percent overweight
have a death rate 22 percent
higher than persons of normal
weight.
Those who are 15 to 24 per-
cent overweight have a 44 per-
cent higher death rate. And the
ones whose weight is 25 percent
higher than normal have a death
rate 75 percent higher.
If you're overweight at 30, it
isn't good. At 40, it's a definite
danger signal.
Studies by life insurance com-
panies show that the over-
weight develop diabetes, heart
disease, and other life-shorten-
ing conditions earlier, and they
die younger, than those whose
weight is normal.
Choose Your Poison
Each man kills himself in his
own fashion. But the over-
weight victim of a wrong diet
definitely lessens his hold on
life.
Fat puts a strain on the heart.
For every ten pounds of extra
tat you have, there must be a
halt mile of blood vessels to
serve it. The heart must work to
pump blood into these tatty
areas.
The late Dr. Edward Spald-
ing gave one of his patients a
good object lesson in the folly of
being overweight. At the start
of a checkup, Dr. Spalding
handed him a pair of bowling


-A- --

balls and said, "Carry these
around with you until you leave
the office."
When the patient became ex-
hausted and complained, the
doctor said, "What are you kick-
ing about? You carry more ex-
cess weight than that around 24
hours a day. Ridiculous, isn't it?"
Do You Eat Too Much?
Dr. Frederick J. Stare of Har-
vard University, says that ex-
cessive calorie intake is the most
widespread nutritional prob-
lern.
When and how did you put on
your weight? Was it when you
quit chasing blondes and started
sitting down to hearty meals
with those beefy fellows at the
club?
No matter how you gained it,
you'll have to lose it with know-
ledge-of what you're eating
and what it's doing to your
body.
Why do you overeat? The
reason for it often has little to do
with actual hunger. Is your eat-
ing a habit? The stuffing habit
that you formed when you were
a growing boy? Or do you eat
too much because you are
emotionally disturbed?
An insight into the problems
responsible for overweight is
necessary to achieve a cure.
First, you must understand the
reason you eat too much. Then
you can be helped to lose
weight.
Next: Dangerl Curves
Ahead-unless you redesign
your eating in accordance with
20th century living How to use
your head and lose weight!


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OPENING FRIDAY JUNE 28TH


ESTATE OF MARGARET HUDSON


NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any claims or demands against the above-named
Estate are requested to send the same duly
certified to the undersigned on or before the
Sixteenth day of August, A.D., 1974.
AND NOTICE is hereby given that at the
expiration of the time above-mentioned the assets
of the deceased will be distributed among the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the
claims of which the Executor shall then have had
notice.


HIGGS & JOHNSON,
Sandringham House,
83 Shirley Street,
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Executor




COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 1974
IN THE SUPREME COURT No. 29
Equity Side

NOTICE

The Petition of Austin Eugene Saunders of the
Eastern District of the Island of New Providence in
respect of:-
ALL THAT piece parcel or tract of lahd
containing approximately 5,958 Square feet
situate on the Western Side of Fox Hill and
about 185 feet South of Fox Hill Park in the
Eastern District of the Island of New Providence
and bounded on the NORTH by land the
property of Fannie More and running thereon
One Hundred and. Fifty (150) feet on the
SOUTH by land the property of Nathaniel
Johnson and running thereon One Hundred and
Fifty (150) feet on the WEST by land the
property of the late James Rahming and running
thereon Forty (40) feet and on the EAST by
Fox Hill Road and running thereon Forty (40)
feet which said piece parcel or tract of land is
coloured Pink on a Plan thereof filed in this
matter in the Registry of the Supreme Court in
the City of Nassau in the Island of New
Providence.
AUSTIN EUGENE SAUNDERS the Petitioner in
this matter claims to be the owner of the
unincumbered fee simple estate in possession of
the said parcel of land and has made application to
the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of the
Bahamas under Section 3 of the Quieting Titles
Act (Chapter 133) 1959 to have his Title to the
said piece parcel or tract of land investigated and
the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted by
the Court in accordance with the provisions of the
said Act.
COPIES of the said plan may be inspected during
normal Office hours at the following places:

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court in the
.City of Nassau in the Island of New
Providence.
(b) The Chambers of Darrel Rolle & Co., Berwin
House, 25 Frederick Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
dower or a right to dower or an adverse claim or a
claim not recognized in the Petition shall on or
before the 16th day of September, A.D., 1974 file
in the Supreme Court in the City of Nassau
aforesaid and serve on the Petitioner of the
undersigned a Statement of his or her claim in the
prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be filed
therewith.
Failure of any such person to file and serve a
statement of his or her claim on or before the 16th
day of September, A.D., 1974 will operate as a bar
to such claim.

DARRELL ROLE A CO.
Attorneys for the Petitioner
Chambers
Berwin House
25, Frederiq4 Street,
Nassau, Bahamas.


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--H R M 1


Family Islands are B n



S'iost valuable assets'


lt- A presentation entitled Conference on Friday, he also
IPubtii Opinion as it Relates to suggested the encouragement
the Viaamas", Out Island of Bahamian arts in the islands.
Commissioners were advised to "The Family Islands". he
maintain the traditional said, "is the most valuable asset
courtesy and warmth of the the Bahamas has in generating
Family Islands, and to preserve goodwill and improving the
the natural unspoiled image of the Bahamas
atmosphere that travellers throughout the world. I feel
want. proud and hopeful for the
The speaker was Leslie future role of the Family
Hard, peddent of Infoplan Islands in Tourism."
International, a leading Public He extended a warning not
Relations organization in to let the islands become
New'York that incorporatesthe "overly sophisticated", and
Bahamas Tourist News Bureau. pointed out that people come
In an address to the annual to the Family Islands because
Family Islands' Commissioners of its "unique prod uL



I TheBahamas I1

*Bahamians Buy'

BAHAMA PALM SHORES/GREAT ABACO I
NATURAL HOMESITES FROM $1.795
$25 DOWN/$25 PER MONTH
NO TAXES/NO CLOSING COSTS

Se're a million miles away from the commercial
SBahamas. We still have untouched beaches.
uncrowded streets, no traffic jams. no noise, few
tourists and sensible land prices Weve also got
lots of fresh water, fertile soil. good roads. an
Excellent farm economy, and scheduled air
service to Grand Bahama and the Florida Coast
Our homesites are on the ocean, on waterways
or not far from them. Prices start at just
$1,795. with very liberal terms
SMail coupon today for free color brochure.
plat and price list. No salesman will phone or call.

BAHAMA PALM SHORES
TheNn Fift Buditng, Depvniwt T-1
SO NoMrth Fdal hghway. Pompano Bech, Floklde 33062

NAME
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difference"
Emphasising the necessity of
getting more visitors to return
to the Bahamas. Mr. Harris told
the Commissioners to provide
facilities that incorporate a
traditional Bahamian atmos-
phere somcting that represents
ts culture and background "this
is what creates favourable
public opinion", he said. "Start
a native industry that designs j
and creates clothes that are
Bahamian because this is what
tounsts will buy".
He stated that 20% of the -
visitors return to the Bahamas
over a five year span, and 807
of these return to go to the
Family Islands.
The Family Islands, he
noted, offer the most d
favourable potential for upper
income travellers than any
other Caribbean Island, other
than Barbados. It also has a
great potential for attracting
more mature persons. He
urged them to concentrate on a
selective type of visitors since
this tends to attract a different
type of people, and he guided
their attention also to the
market of black travellers
which is quite tremendous
today, the honeymoon market,
and the small meeting market.
Turning to the problems
that face tourism the world
over, he cited fear of,personal
safety as the overriding factor.
Although in Nassau this
concern is limited, and in the
Out Islands it is non-existent,
he pointed out, the Bahamas
Tourist Offices abroad did
report some complaints such as
failure of hotels to honour
confirmed reservations;
hostility to whites, and a
considerable amount of crime A HEARTY HANDSHAKE from the Registrar of Insurance Companies, Mr. Charles
Donaldson, officially declared the Central District Office of the Bahamas Pioneer
The main problem in the Insurance Company the winner of this year's Independence Anniversary Competition.
Bahamas, according to Mr. The Central office won over the company's three other district offices. The presentation
Harris, is that of reservations, of the award was ade at a luncheon held July 24 at the Below Deck Restaurant.
and his firm has recommended Pictured from left: J. Audley Carey, Pioneer's managing director; Mr. Donaldson; Glenroy
to the government to appoint Deveaux, staff manager, Central District office; and Pat Sweeting, central district
to the government to appoint
an advisory board to work with manager.
hotels to alleviate this problem. ,V -rAr' T wT'-' & t '4 AT A IISwT1


PIONEER INSURKANCE nAMES

INDEPENDENCE AWARD WINNERS


each year during the week of
Bahamian independence
anniversary.
The first of these awards was
presented on July 24 by
Bahamian Insurance Registrar,
Mr Charles Donaldson, at a
special luncheon held at the
Below Deck Restaurant on
East Street.
During the- second week in
July. Bahamas Pioneer totally
Bahamian owned and operated
set certain quotas for the
company's sales representatives
in the four district offices
Central, Eastern, Western and
Southern.
Receiving the award this
year was the Central District
Office, whose sales
representatives actually passed
the set quota. Manager of that
district is Pat Sweeting, and
staff manager is Glenroy
Deveaux.


Those sales representatives
whose outstanding efforts
brought home the award for
the Central office were E.
Ferguson, A. Major and S.
Sweeting.
At the Wednesday luncheon,
which was hosted by Pioneer's
managing director J. Audley
Carey, the entire sales staffs of
all the offices were present.
Mr. Carey noted that the
Independence Anniversary
Competition is but one of the
many schemes being devised by
Pioneer as a sales incentive for
the company's representatives.




^^^^^^^^^


NOTCE
NOTICE is hereby given that PAUL DUCASSE formerly of
Mackey Street South and now of East Bay Street in the
Eastern District of the Island of New Providence, is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for naturalisation as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
naturalisation should not be granted should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 22nd day of July, 1974, to The Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of
Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that OLLAN BAIN 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 22nd day of July 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.


CROSSWORD
PUZZLE
ACROSS


1. Garden plant
6. Vanquish
10. Classes
11. Knowing
13. Root
14. Certain
fisherman
15. Sciences
16. Bumblebee
18. Front
19. Secular
20. Form of John
21. Abominable
Snowman
22. Maybe
23. Unwilling
25.'Necklace


29. Fashionable
30. Scarce
31. Gums
33. Remote
36. Yale
37. Napoleonic
symbol
38. Sailors' patron
saint
39. Summon
41. Was sorry far
43. Pickets
44. Goolagong
of tennis
45. Layers
46. Grazing
ground


SOLUTION OF. YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE

DOWN 5. Bear cat
6. Noted pugilist
1.-- firm 7. Lamb
2. Agreement 8. Tray
3. Underpinnings 9. Picks up the
4. Son of Bela check
10. Aspiration
12. Boy's
S nickname
17. Fuegian Indian
20. Bowstring
Shemp
I s21. Longing
22. Beloved
general
S24. Through
4 25. Crawl
9 26. Turkish candy
27. Beautiful bird
528. Herb of grace
S_ 32. Outcast
33. Hurl
34. Pleasing
S35. Went by bus
37. Mrs. Truman
38. Town on the
Thames
40. Insight
f,,u,, 731 42. Yellow bugle


Kids Save 10Ocon
Admission Price, Bring
6 Coca-Cola or Fanta
Bottle Caps.


l- l

Tuesday July 30
9:30 a.m.

"KING ELEPHANT" G.
All Star Cast



Tuesday July 30
9:30 a.m.

"THE RUTHLESS FOUR" G.
Van Heflin, Gilbert Roland

V Tuesday July 30
9:30a.m.

"THE FLYING FONTAINES" G.
Michael Callan, Evy Noslund


Tuesday July 30
9:3G a.m.


"GULLIVERS TRAVELS BEYOND THE MOON" G.
Animated Feature
1 1 1 I I I I L lll I ] v


NOW THRU THURSDAY
Matinee 3:00 4:SS5, evening 9:00 -'Phone 21004, 21005



DIMVN BY TUWE-.AN BANK U 0 N0 1






RESERVATIONS NOT CLAIMED BY 8:45 WILL BE DOLD


Last Day Tuesday
Matint starts at 1:45
Evening 8:30
"THE RAGE" PG.
George C. Scott,
Richard Baeehart
plus
"COME BACK
HARLESTON BLUE" PG
Raymond St. Jacques,
Godfrey Cambridg
PLUS Late Feature
Tuesday night.


Lat DMy Tuesday
Continuous Showings
from 3:00
"THE DEADLY
TRACKERS" PG.
Richard Harris, Rod Taylor
plus
"THE SHOOTING" PG.
Jack Nicholson,
Millie Perkts


LAST DAY
Matina seUtBiusvs .


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MORNING

MOVIES
PRESENTED BY YOUR
COCA-COLA BOTILER
FOR CHILDREN
EVERY TUESDAY
MORNING
AT 9:30 A.M.


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THE TRIBUNE -- Monday, Juy 29. 1974


CLASSIFIED


SECTION


CLASSED ADVS. BRING RESULTS -F AST

TO PLACE 'YOUR ADYV. TELEPHONE 180 EXT. 5


REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE I mTSAMeCRATS SCHOOLS IELP WANTED I LP WANTED iEL TEI Tim SERIES
...A.T.. A..... HEPWNE f HEPAID I L SIE TRU SERVICES...


L 16246
SHOP, HOUSE and LOT.
Hospital Lane. Phone 5-7879.

C16267

House out East with and
without swimming oool As
low as $60,000.00 and up.
RIDGEWAY 3 bed 3 bath
furnished semi-hilltop patio
front and rear. Garages & maid
qtrs. With beach rights. Only
$67,500.00.
Dial Damianos 22033, 22305,
41197.

C16247
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
HOUSE. Newly built. Nassau
East. Landscaped, fruit trees.
Has to be seen to be
appreciated.
For appointment to view,
please call tel. 42968, 41569.

FOR SALE
C16268
LIVE AND EARN 4 bedrooms
2 baths, furnished plus I
bedroom 1 bath self-contained
apartment off BLAIR.
Immediate occupancy
TRI-PLEX OUT WEST.
Income $4800 yearly sales
only $:?7,500.00. Needs
decorating. erms available.
DUPLEX-GARAGE Out
West. Live and earn -two
bedrooms 1 bath, each
furnished. Asking $45,000.00
DAMIANOS 22033, 22305.
41197 evenings. Better deals
since 1945.

C16215
2 BEDROOM, 2 bath
condominium. Harbour Mews.
$500 per month.
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath house.
Garden Hill Estates. $300 per
mor:th. Telephone 22680.
FOR ALL YOUR RENTAL
ENQUIRIES CONTACT
McPHERSON AND BROWN
REAL ESTATE. Phone 22680.

C16271
OUT WEST quality built
house, with four bedrooms 3
baths, plus guest cottage.
furnished, in excellent
condition. Kingsize swimming
pool, patio, landscaped
grounds kept in good order and
condition. Ideal for high class
living and entertaining. A must
for the Elite. Beach rights
block away. NICK
DAMIANOS, 22033, evenings
41197.

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 27667-21815

FOR SALE
C16269
ON THE LAKE magn if cent
views. King si-e swimriiig
pool-dock, patios, no watei
problems. Enclosed fruitpd
grounds over an acre with
well kept furnished hous- v.ith
three bedrooms three bJth t
plus fully equipped ,,If
contained apartment, plnt v
room with pool table, sf- v.,t-t
quarters, generator, gorgeous
kitchen and dinir g are,ja
must for the SOPIHISTICATIF
I ligh class house in a high lad,'1
area. Magnificent views ,f thfo
Lake.
DAMIANOS
DAMIANOS REALTY C(O.
LIMITED
Dial 22033, 2230/. 'evings
41197.

C16257
SEA BREEZL VICINITY. Lot,
70 x 550. $6.'.00. $400
deposit. Balanie firi.inedJ
$151. 80 month 10, (csh
discount. Tel 4-1141 any day
of night or 2-2794.
MORLEY & O'BRIEN REAL-
ESTATE.
C16149
BUILD ANYTIME. 70 x 100
lots. YAMACPAW BEACH
ESTATES. $75 deposit. Irom
$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).
C16229
Large Lot Sea Breeze Estate
Price $6,300.00 Terms
Available.
1 Residential and 1
Commercial Lot Little Hyde
Park $4,500.00 and $5,500.00
Respectively.
Lots over 6,000 sq. ft. New
Subdivision Bernard Road
$400.00 down 5 years to pay.
Lots available In Gleniston
Gardens at reasonable Prices.
A Few choice Lots left In
Golden Gate low down
payment and easy monthly
instalments.
Several nice lots in Blair
Estates.
Large lot on Soldier Road near
Village Road.
2 Commercial lots in Palmdale.'
Corner lot in Englerston;
$6,500.00
For information on any of the'
above or on any type of Real
Estate that you require call
Bfil'l Real Estate 23921.


FOR SALE
C16270
CITY PROPERTY- with old
Bahamian 2-storey house and
cottage in rear. Grounds 6500
sq.ft. Can finance.
Bahamian 2-storey house and
cottage in rear. Grounds 6500
sq. ft. Can finance.
CITY PROPERTY Opp.
Daminaos Realty. Ideal large
family 2-st )rey residence,
Professional Offices, loads of
parking. Only $115,000.00
Dial Damianos 22033, evenings
41197.


FOR RENT 1

C16156
ONE and TWO Bedroom
apartments partly furnished.
Telephone 31403.

C15882
TWO 2 bedroom apartments,
fully furnished. Centreville,
Ring Mr. Pritchard at 5-8679

C16251
3 BEDROOM FURNISHED
House. Twynan Avenue.
$300.00 Phone 5-4207.

C16200
THREE BEDROOM
unfurnished house, centrally
located. Call 5-4347 after 8
p.m.

C15921
LOVELY 2 bedroom
airconditioned apartment,
Dundas Couirt, Pyfrom's
Addition, Ma'ster T.V. antenna
and taiurdry loom facilities.
enclosed parking area. For
information call 3-4953 or
5-4258.

C15917
2 BEDROOM 1 bath
apartment, fully furnished and
ready for occupancy. Situated
In Winton Highway. Prices vary
from $350 to $375 per month.
Phone 2-1631

C 1591 t
COTTAGLS ,ind apartments
monthly ailLmonditioned, fully
furnished, i id service
available. [Lovly garden and
swimming pool Telephone
31297. 31C93.

C16255
4 BEDROOM, 1
BATHROOM HOUSE. Soldier
Road. Call 21986, ask for Mrs.
Smith.


C 126 1
ON RI BEDROOM APART-
MU'!1. Completely furnished.
Wall to-wall carpeting,
air-conrdition ing, master TV
and launclomat. Off Shirley
Park Averlne $200 per month.
Phone b54(163 P O. Box
N i692.

FOR SALE

C16243
LASFR dinghy Sa-l boat with
ntulley HB$9b
GOLF C.UB5 t,100.
Cuntai t Julot K ,liriluti
7773/ ( H ,-), 22694
( )i .( _, )).

C 162.)3
Pl'(incee 747 R iccive
PL 12D) TurntIbl.
S[)DBfT pfcl-ki Systeris
A en rs i,, |, I b ," /31,
Ph1 i(e 3 1/0 1 hetweern 9 aJ.n.
3w* 1 m, i


t'lONit S~A-'O00, 2100 WATT
, i -,phlid, ,vi|i h watched TX
' '.ri tuni: :' ( S ,'q speakers.
-"til pit Oi Ci.ornpaniable
i i i:lr crit $20 )(! to $2400 2
v.MIS rlri fu! t i'bO
AL.L: 1 i AQUA SPORT
wvilh 1 1 5 [. viti[dle motor.
Tops, tshiotr an r i (.overs. 4
rnriiths old. Jaid 1, b iuti ing
hiouns. $760) v.lir' Cash price
$(,.250 00.
CALL. 2,100- 1 tI 239

C 162,4
NEW 4-PIEC Ibedoourm suite.
$290. Suldiei Roid. south off
Pi-.)b 'scii Ruad. first corner
-ri left, first house. After 6
pi.rn.


C 6212
1 Completely hand done
Spanish Desk
1 Hand carved end table made
in Spain
1 High chair
t Gilded framed mirror
1 Combination curio cabinet
and writing desk
2 Cane floor lamps
2 Danish Walnut cushioned
contemporary chairs
1 Clothing Valet
1 Swivel rocker in need of
upholstering
1 Bedroom Lamp (white)
1 Farmed original oil
painting-scenic
1 Brand new Soldering Iron
1 Battery operated Megaphone
1 Portable typewriter
1 electric desk top Calculator
1 Battery/electric desk top
calculator
1 Metal Secretarial desk
1 Large Desk
1 Combination Cooler
Refrigerator
For information call 23921 or
42856.


C16254
Be part of us
ARTS AND CR/
FESTIVAL
information at
I. CHING BOOK SHOP
Ernest and E. Bay Street.


AFTS


CARS FOR SALE

C16218
1970 Firebird 350 w/air cond.,
radio, tape. $3500.00 1970
Dodge Dart w/air cond., radio.
$2450.00 Telephone 2-3137.

C16232
1973 CHEVROLET VEGA
HATCHBACK, airconditioned.
no reasonable offer refused.
Call after 6 p.m. 5-2104.

CRAFT SUPPLIES

C15914
NOW in stock at Bahamian
Paint Supply, Bay Street.
Decoupage
Clear Cast
Candle Craft
Tissue Craft
0hone 2-2386. 2-2898


MARINE SUPPLIES
C1 1894
1969 31 ft. CHRIS-CRAFT
Commander. sleeps six, private
shower, two 230 h.p. engines
with less than 200 hours.
Kitchenette, good condition.
Call 24267, 54011.

C16265
28 ft. WINNER, twin
Mercruisers 215 HP, Built
1973. Sleeps six people. Shore
power, Refrigerator,
Air-conditioned. Full
electronics Ideal for cruising
and fishing. Call 36646/32611
from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

C16262
A STEAL
1 24' REINELL 1973 with
225 H.P. sterndrive. Less than
a year. Beautiful Boat
including camper top, etc.
Must see to appreciate.
$10,500 O.N.O. Phone 51884.


WANTS TO BIY

C16217
,SCRAP METAL Copper,
brass, radiators, lead,
aluminium. Electrical scrap
wires, airconditioners units and
batteries. Phone 3-5537, ask
for Albert Stubbs. WE PICK
UP

HEALTH FOOD

C!5950
FOR the very best in Exercise
Equipment, Natural Health
Food and Vitamins, visit
Wong's Health Food Store,
Mackey Street.
Exercise Equipment Sales
ad Rentals.


ENTERTAINMENT
C16238
SETTLER's PUB & INN
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street
Telephone 5-9739
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY
e The Nassauvians
The Electric Circle.
OPEN TILL 4: a.m.

SUMMER CAMP

C16210







Children's Summer Camp
August llth 31st
on beautiful Paradise Island
secluded Spiritual Atmosphere
Director: Hubert Farrington
Nassau Civic Ballet
Yoga Retreat
Phone 5-5902 or 5-2353


TOUR GUIDE

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

* All tips and taxes (except
airport taxes).

* Plus other special features.
For further information
con tact:-


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


C15884
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
9:30 p.m. or 3-5084 anytime

I MEMORIAM
C16252


IN SAD BUT LOVING
MEMORY of our dear son,
father and brother, VINCENT
JOSEPH ROLLE Sr., who
departed this life July
27th, 1973.
Gone but not forgotten
Can a woman's tender care
Cease towards the child she
bear?
Yes, she may forgetful be
Yet will I remember thee.
Left to mourn:- His loving
parents, Leviticus and Remilda
Rolle. Two children, Vincent
Joseph Jr. and Tasha Monique,
7 brothers: Michael, Frederick,
Andrew, Kevin, Blaise, Peter,
Keith. 7 sisters: Albertha,
Willamae, Creola, Helen,
Dorothy, Bridgette and
Remilda, and a host of relatives
and friends.


I I ICE


C16263


Ini- 15 so noirTy me public
that Mr. REGINALD
WILLIAMS, above, is no longer
authorised to collect payments
on behalf of Garden Hill
Estates Limited and Pinewood
Gardens Limited.


AMI OUNCEMETS
C16241
FEES
NASSAU CHRISTIAN
SCHOOLS FIRST TERM
rEES DUE AUGUST 1st.
($5.00 late fee is applicable
after August 5th;
Office Hours
9 a.m. 12 noon
Phone 32641 P. O. Box N3923

HELP WANTED
C15928
JOB TITLE: (THREE)
WELDERS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education. Must be
a certified welder.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years.
5-10 years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIbl CITIES:
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.
(15922
WANTED IMMEDIATELY
Experienced Offset Pressman,
40 hours per week, good
working conditions. Apply
BAHAMAS PRINTING, Oakes
Field.

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. O.
Box N1470, Nassau, Bahamas.

C16245
ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT
required to be responsible for
general maintenance of
accounting records and
procedures.
Applicants should have a
minimum of five years
experience preferably with a
knowledge of computerised
work output and in addition to
having G.C.E. Ordinary Level
passes in Maths and English,
should be at least in the
process of qualifying towards a
professional accounting degree.
Salary will be commensurate
with qualifications and
experience. Please send full
resume and salary history in
confidence to John S. George
& Co. Ltd., P. O. Box 6330
E.S., Nassau.


C15381
JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN YARD AND
QUARRY
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education.
Experience in quarry
excavating and mining and raw
material handling.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise activities of .a
limestone quarry and crusher
including; loading of limestone
Into 30 ton trucks, hauling to
crusher, operation of
hammermill crusher, conveying
crushed limestone and sand to
storage silos, by belt conveyor
to maintain necessary slurry
stock, loading crusher and
gypsum from stockpile to belt
conveyor to transport to
storage silos and overall general
supervision of the yard crew.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama

C16236
THREE HANDYMEN! Must
be well in body, and easily
adaptable to different kinds of
work.
ALCOHOLICS need not apply
Ages 25-37, and should have
valid drivers' licences. Police
record, and two references
from last employers needed.
Telephone 3-5743, 3-5748.

C16239
COMPANION HELP
required for elderly lady, live
on. Must be well educated and
willing when necessary to be
on duty long hours. State reply
in own handwriting to:-
Adv, C16239,
c/o The Tribune,
P. O. Box N-3207,
Nassau.

C16266
GARDENER/HANDYMAN to
take care of yard and general
gardening maintenance. Salary
$50 per week; Phone 23843

C16179
FIREMEN
Applicants must have a good
general education. Experience
preferred but not essential. Will
be responsible to the Safety &
Fire Officer for monitoring an..
maintaining fire-fighting and
environmental protection
equipment.
OIL ACCOUNTING CLERKS
Education at least secondary
level with a credit in
mathematics. A knowledge of
electronic data processing
principles is desirable but not
essential.
TECHNICIANS
(ELECTRICIANb)
Must have a good general
education with proficiency in
mathematics. Should be
familiar with API, NFPA and
NEMA safety requirements in a
Bulk Oil Terminal or Refinery.
A minimum of 5 years of
experience beyond completion
of apprenticeship is required.
Must be capable of
fault-finding and repair of
medium and low voltage switch
gear, large electrical generators
and direct buried cable.
INSTRUMENTATION/
ELECTRICAL
Must have a good general
education with proficiency in
mathematics. Must be familiar
with API, NFPA and NEMA
safety retirements. A
minimum of t y ars experience

apprenticeship "is required.
Should be skilled in
fault-finnding and repairing
remote tank gauges, remote
operated valves, differential
pressure switches, level gauges,
f low-meters, recorders,
hydraulic servo-mechanisms,
and other Oil Terminal cr
Refinery instrumentation.
MECHANICAL FITTERS
Must have a good general
education with proficiency in
mathematics. A minimum of 5
years experience beyond
completion of apprenticeship is
required. Must be skilled in
fault-finding and repair of large
pumps, mixers, valves, diesel
engines, hydraulic systems,
piping, and remote operated
loading arms, and other Oil
Terminal and Refinery
equipment.
TRAINEES
A limited number of


individuals required for trainee
positions. Applicants must
have a good general education
with proficiency in
mathematics, and should
express their preference for
assignment to operations
mechanical or electrical skills.
ALL APPLICANTS must be
physically fit, have no aversion
to water travel, climbing,
working at heights and
exposure to the elements.
INTERESTED BAHAMIANS
should obtain application
eorms from BURMAH OIL
BAHAMAS LIMITED located.
Nassau Bank House
Collins Avenue & Second
Terrace
NASSAU, Bahamas


Coral Gardens
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama
P. O. Box F-2530
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama.


C16272
Syntex Corporation has the
following vacancies:-
CHEMICAL OPERATOR
Applicant must have 2-5 years
experience in batch chemical
processing producing fine
organic chemislas.
PRODUCTION STAFF
ASSISTANT
Duties: Will assist the
Production Manager in the
areas of special studies and
projects, process or equipment
improvement, training,
scheduling, procurement and
control of raw materials and
data and records control.
Qualifications: Degree in
Chemistry or Chemical
Engineering 2-5 years
experience in the Chemical
industry.
Applicants should apply in
person to Syntex Corporation,
West Sunrise Highway or write
to P.O. Box F-2430, Freeport
Bahamas.

C16221
CONSCIENTIOUS YOUNG
MAN required for training in
accounting department. High
School background, Preferably
with passes in English, Maths,
Please telephone 31411 to
arrange interview.

C16244
ACCOUNTANT TO
SUPERVISE Cost & Statistics
Department of Ocean
Transportation Company.
Duties include forecasting, cost
analysis and development and
presentation of financial and
economic studies, including
recommendations relative to
operations and new ventures
for top management
consideration.
Applicant should have college
decree or equivalent through
study courses from accredited
institutes and schools with
major courses in Mathematics
of finance, statistics,
accounting, including standard
cost and economics.
Previous experience should be
in cost and general accounting
and statistics.
Submit resume covering
education experience and
salaries received to
administrative assistant.
NAVIOS CORPORATION.
Post Office Box N-7796,
Nassau.


C15396
JOB TITLE:
FOREMAN
MINIMUM


ELECTRICAL

EDUCATION:


Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
5-10 years. Must have good
background of electrical
theory.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Co-ordinate and supervise the
electrical maintenance
activities including shop and
field sources, in providing
repair, maintenance,
installation, inspection and
testing service for the entire
plant.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15395
JOB TITLE: POWER
STATION OPERATOR
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years power plant experience.
Electrical background will be
an asset.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates turbines, boilers and
related equipment to service
plant needs. Operates
switchboard to regulate
generation of electricity as
demand increases or decreases.
Regulates continuous flow of
current to sub-station for
distribution. Communicates
with mill men when adding or
dropping raw or finish mills.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15398
JOB TITLE: STEEL
FABRICATORS (TWO)
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 5
years experience in steel layout
and welding.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Read and follow structural steel
drawings, cut and weld in
accordance with drawing
specifications.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

C15397
JOB TITLE: (THREE)
PAYLOADER OPERATORS
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Good basic education


MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
years.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operates payloader to load
limestone into trucks and
charge clinker, gypsum and raw
materials into feed system.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


C15399
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAIRMAN
MINIMUM EDUCATION:
Diploma in instrumentation
preferred but not essential.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
years industrial instrumenta-
tio, experience.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate, test
and adjust an type of
integrating, Indicating or
graphic electrical or mechanical
instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.

TRAE SERVICES
C16225


RALPH BROWN
34263 59368
BAHAMAS UPHOLSTERY
Adderley's Addition.
Rebuilding, Repairing,
Refinishing.
17 years experience.
FREE ESTIMATES

C15887
FOR YOUR BUILDING
NEEDS AND CRANE HIRE ...
see:-
ISLAND BUILDERS LIMITED
P. O. Box 6285 ES
Phone 3-1671 3-1672.
15888
BACKHOE FOR HIRE
Need a septic tank or trenching
done?
Call: CARL G. TRECO
CONTRACTORS LTD.
2-4996 or 5-8725.


C15891
MASTER TECHNICIANS LTD
Mackey Street

YOU4t 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.

C15969
T. V. ANTENNAS
Boosters for homes,
apartments and hotels
SALES AND SERVICE
Call 5-9404
WORLD OF MUSIC
next to Frank's Place.

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

C15886
C. W. BILLI PEMBERTON
FOR: INSURANCE
Life, Fire, Hurricane,
Motor, etc.
Telephone 52539
Malton House
P.O. Box N1014
Collins Avenue.


SCHOOLS

C15925
TUITION
0HE RAPID RESULTS
COLLEGE. World-famous
postal tuition for the GCE,
School Cert. and Accountancy
Banking, law, Marketing
company Secretaryshi
Examinations. For details of
ur specialised courses write
or Free copy of YOUR
CAREER to The Rapid Results
college Department. TNI
tuition House London SW19
ins-


ALARMS/SECURITY
IVur Winds Ltd.
Write.: iox N4272 P'h. 5-2124
Lowy's Alarm Services lPh. 3-2042

National Security Systrnis
I'h. S-9719

ANTENNAS
Island TV I'h. 2-2618

AUTOMOTIVE
Lucas ;lBatteries
Bay Strect (.aruagc Ph. 2-2434
rraoisiiicsii I Repairs
Shill Adclio Statlkn Ih. S-2000

BOOKSTORE
he Chliristiain Iomk
Shop I'h. 5-8744

BUSINESS FORMS
I seculivw
It'rstrs '1h. 2-4267/5-4011

KITCHEN CABINETS
(' oinnlfil\n ealt h
I uroiture Ph. 3-1120

CAMERAS
Jiohn Hutll Ph. 2-42 2/3

DOWNTOWN PARKING
Monthly HRatl $15
PI'lo. 2-4727(day) 7-7387(nite)

ENTERTAINMENT
Audi,, Visual & Mivi*es
Iilm & equip. Service Ph. 2-2157

FLORISTS
Isla ndl I 'rist Ph. 2-2702/5-S419
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HURRICANE AWNINGS
John S. eoqe Ph. 2-8421/6
LAUNDRY&DRY CLEANINf
New Oriental Laundry Ph. 2-4403
MEATS
Tk'c, Meats
WHimesale Retail Ph. S-9719


liashkmette Ltd. Ph. 2-2376/7

OPTICIANS
Optical Services LId. lh. 2-3910/1

PAPER
('inmercial Paperlhluse Ph. S-9731
PRINTING
Wol% IPrinting Ph. 5-4506
F' xclutive """. .
I'rnters IPh. 2-4267/5-401

RUBBER STAMPS
Wong's kithhrr Sluitin I'lh. S-4506
Tihe Trlhiun P'h. 2-1986

SPORTS GOODS
('harnplon.Splrt Land Ph. 2-186

TRAVEL
Ilaytours Ph. 2-2931/7
K. 11. Curry & Co. Ph. 2-8681/7

TV REPAIRS
Channel llectr(onic Ltd.Ph. 3-5478

TRUCKING
Johnston's
Trucking & Landscape Ph. 59574


GARDEN & PET SUPPLY IES un thel Ph 51044
Modernistic Garden & Pet Junit Ite thel I'h. 5-1044
Madeira Shopping I'laua P'h.2-2868
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RAMgBAHAMA


gCASSIIED


AMNOUCEMENTS HELP WANTED
c15913 HAWC15392
SHAWNEE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Dally Service between West Experienced in convention
palm Beach and West End. For work, group tours and travel
iessrvatlbn call The Grad experience. Able to handle
eahamn Hotel (Ext. 5). correspondence for three (3)
managers on her own. Typing,
IELP INTED shorthand and dictaphone
Experience necessary. 3-5
C15381 years. Police record, health
538 TT certificate and letters of
JOB TITLE: GENERAL reference required.
FOREMAN YARD AND TELEPHONE TECHNICIAN:
QUARRY Maintenance and repair of
MINIMUM EDUCATION: 1,000 telephone sets, including
Good basic education, underground cabxws and PBX
Experience in quarry central office. Should have
excavating and mining and raw knowledge of telephone sets,
material handling, cable and crossbar office.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5 Should have 5 years of central
years. office and 15 years of outside
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: plant. Sober and reliable. Must
Supervise activities of a be able to work under own
limestone quarry and crusher supervision. Police certificate
including; loading of limestone required. .
into 30 ton trucks, hauling to Interested persons apply:
crusher, operation of GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
hammermill crusher, conveying WEST END, GRAND
crushed limestone and sand to BAHAMA, Personnel Office,
storage silos by belt conveyor between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
to maintain necessary slurry and 3:00 p.m., Monday
stock, loading crusher and through Friday. Mailing
gypsum from stockpile to belt Address: 158 Port Road, West
conveyor to transport to Palm Beach, Fla. 33404. Elon
storage silos and overall general Martin, Jr., Personnel Director.
supervision of the yard crew.
INTERESTED APPLICANT C15393
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement TRAINEES -POWER PLANT
Company, P. O. Box F-100, OPERATION
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Young men 18-22. Should have
C15391 at least 10th grade education,
SAIPEM S.p.A., BAHAMAS C's in English, Maths,
BRANCH has the following Ministry of Education
vacancies in the BORCO qualifying examinations used
Refinery expansion project: as part selection. Extensive
SUPERVISORS: Must have training and development
thorough experience in oil offered by Company.
refineries' mechanical erection
and write and speak fluent Apply to: Personnel
Italian and Spanish. Department, Freeport
ARGON & ALLOY STEEL Commercial and Industrial
WELDERS: Must be able to Limited, P.O. Box F-2666
weld all kinds of pipes, in Kipling Building, Freeport,
particular alloy chromium- Grand Bahama.
molybdenum steel pipes, either
with the shielded arc system or C 0 ENGINEER
OPERATING ENGINEER
the tungsten inert gas (argon o-ordinate, supervise and
systemr'.(tig). Must pass welding Co-ordinate, supervise and
test according to A.S.M.E. participate in pre-com-
speclfications and Borco, missioning activities of refinery
Badger and Snam Progetti process units including
requirements. Five years flushing, testing, inspection
experience in ol refineries or and plant check-up. B.S. in
petrochemical plants welding Mechanical or Chemical
petrochemical plants welding rs Engineering or equivalent. At
work and reference papers least 5 years start-up or
from previous employers operatig experiencestart-upwith
required.
ONLY Bahamlans need apply .retine;y and petrochemical
in rviting to: Saipem S.p.A., units preferred.
inhmaBnto: ahP..Box Written applications only,
Bahamas Brnach, P 0. Box including experience resume
F-2471, Freeport, Bahamas. d salary history to:
BADGER PAN AMERICA,
C15388 INC., P. O. Box F-2452,
SECRETARY: One (1) Freeport.
Secretary needed, must be
tiight, intelligent and pleasant C15401
looking girl for our Sales Live-in MAID to take
Office, Her duties include care of 4 small children and do
typing and light administrative general housework, $30.00 per
work. She will be in contact week Write to: P. O. Box
with the public, especially F837 or call 352- 2231,
tourists. Requirements are a Freeport.
high school diploma, typing
and experience in light C15399
administrative work. A JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
Christian background is an REPAIRMAN
asset. MINIMUM EDUCATION:
INCOME AUDITOR: One (1) Diploma in instrumentation
Income Auditor experienced in preferred but not essential.
nite audit, front office MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5
cashiering and food & beverage years industrial instrument-
cashiering, ation experience.
For all of the above please DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
apply to the Personnel Office, Install, repair, calibrate, test
Holiday Inn of Lucayan Beach, and adjust any type of
P. 0. Box F-760, Freeport integrating, indicating or
Grand Bahama,Bahamas. graphic electrical or mechanical
Phone 373-1333, Ext. 28. instrument.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
C15397 CONTACT: Personnel
JOB TITLE: (THREE) Department, Bahama Cement
PAYLOADER OPERATORS Company, P. O. Box F-100,
MINIMUM EDUCATION: Freeport, Grand Bahama.
Good basic education

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3 C15395
years. JOB TITLE: POWER
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: STATION OPERATOR
Operates payloader to load MINIMUM EDUCATION:
limestone into trucks and Good basic education
charge clinker, gypsum and raw MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3
materials into feed system. years power plant experience.
INTERESTED APPLICANT Electrical background will be
CONTACT: Personnel anasset.
Department, Bahama Cement DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Company, P. O. Box F-100, Operates turbines, boilers and
Freeport, Grand Bahama. related equipment to service
plant needs. Operates
C15389 switchboard to regulate
MAINTENANCE/GROUNDS generation of electricity as
MAN demand increases or decreases.
Job comprises complete Regulates continuous flow of
maintenance of gardens, current to sub-station for


grounds and buildings, looking distribution. Communicates
after Filtration Plant of with mill men when adding or
Swimming Pools and operation dropping raw or finish mills.
of various cleaning machines. INTERESTED APPLICANT
Call 373-1046, Mr CONTACT: Personnel
Hanshumaker for an interview Department, Bahama Cement
or write to LBI Excavation and Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Engineering, Ltd., P. 0. Bo> Freeport, Grand Bahama.
F-306, Freeport, Grand'
Bahama Island. C15396
JOB TITLE: ELECTRICAL
C15394 FOREMAN
ASSISTANT PARTS MINIMUM EDUCATION:
MANAGER for growing Good basic education
Automotive Supply Company. MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
Requirements: Bahamian Male. 5.10 years. Must have good
at least 5 years experience in background of electrical
automotive parts and accessory theory.
sales. Must know all phases of DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
sales of parts and service repair Co-ordinate and supervise the
order procedures, Customs electrical maintenance
procedures related to this activities including shop and
business, stock receiving, field sources, in providing
shippg, ingnventory controls. repair, maintenance.
Must be bondable. Installation, inspection and
Mall resume with all references. testing service for the entire
Interviews by appointment plant.
only. No phone calls please. INTERESTED APPLICANT
The President, Freeport; Jet CONTACT: Personnel
Wash ail Auto Mart, Ltd., Department, Bahama Cement
P.O. Box F-238, Freeport, company, P. O. Box F-100,
G.B.I. 'Freeport, Grand Bahama.


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1. Preserved meat. (6. 3)
d. Dozes. (4)
10. In the orchard. (5. 4)
11. Projection. (4)
12. Lofted golf club. (5)
13. Message. (O)
16. Vehicle. (3)
11. Dairy product. (U)

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letter; and there must be at
least one eight-letter word In the
list. No plurals; no foreign words;
no proper names. TODAY'S
TAkGUT: 23 words, good;
27 words, very good; 31 words.
excellent Soltlion tomorrow.
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?rm the C we RioeRw 1nteitue
7\ GENERAL TENDENCIES: Until sundown
Sgravating influences c rn be felt i you try to
force any matters, or take any chances where your health or
relations with influential persons are concerned. But by
evening. much can be accomplished that is unique, unusual and
interesting.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Keep promise in am. Then
put new plan to work. Others have a right to be demanding
now, so try to please them. Be courteous.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Discharge responsibilities in
day, and by evening you can relax. The romantic side of life
can be happy tonight. Show you are magnetic.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Carry through with associates
on agreements reached over the weekend, then enaoy
recreational activities in the evening. Improve relationships
with associates.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Performing your
duties willingly and well can get you the respect you need
now. Evening is best spent relaxing, reading and luxuriating.
Avoid a pestering person.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Do creative work, then be off for
recreational activities, Find a better mode of self-expression.
The evening is ideal for the social side of life.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Get into home affairs that
give peace of mind and by p.m. all works like a charm. Put
new plan in operation, even though it's a strange day.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Communicate with those to
whom you are obligated and make the right arrangements with
them. The evening can then prove most fascinating. Check
reports for accuracy.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Handle practical affairs well
during day to free time for fun in p.m. You also get good ideas
on how to improve financial standing in early evening.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Take care of personal
affairs during day, then the evening is free. You can be
sociable in a most charming way, as well as expressive.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Get at all those tasks of
an intimate nature during day so the evening then augers well
for the romantic. Be generous with those having rough
sledding.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Take care of work during
day, then see good friends in evening. Plan a group meeting at
your own home. Ignore that troublemaker.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Get into the civic work you
have neglected and do it well, then you can get out this
evening to the social events that please and help you.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be
very direct in going after what he or she wants. So teach early
to use more diplomacy when dealing with others for best
results, as a bull in the china shop approach could lead to
disaster instead of success.


TARGE


19. Not bein wasted. (2. 3)
i1. Eastern title. (3)
22. Barrel. (8)
23. I.over. (6)
24. Abraslve. (5)
R5. acln term. (4)
Down
I Hazard of the tropics. (5-4)
2. Chart. (3)
3. Timely. (9)
4. Bestowed excessive fondness
on someone. (5)
5. Iulldina material. (9)
6. Zoo animal (3)
S. Stitch. (3)
9. Su rer
nations
as result
of blow.
(3.5)
14. H u rry
(3) jrda
15. 1) e Pr-
ved. ()
18. Elderly.
(4)
20. P a
(3) Suurdal'g ailulou

master or expert: 30 Seconds.
our~y yer; 1 minute, club
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|Chess Solutio
(c) is right: ofter l
blunder I . P-IKR3
P-QR4) White won w
BxP! and i 2 ... R
K x R attacking the knight
checking squares are
guarded b the bishop.
won with his extra pawn.
R--B ch leads nowhere
2... .K-.-Ql attacking roo
bishop.



Black (to move) played I ...
--KR3 in this Russian tourna-
ent same, then offered a draw.
., u P l r ,ke r VIOTOR MOLLO


draw (b) play on with 2 R-B7
oh or (c) play on with another
move ?
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careless, but the contract still
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underled his 0A allowing
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knock out the VK.
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trumps as he had, the lubs
couldn't be set up.
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his contract b rulnl his third
club with the VK but at
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10 ,THE TRIUNE Meoday, July 29, 1*74


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hurler Bertie Murray amidst rejoicing fans with teammate Gary Johnson under his
right elbow and most valuable player Anthony Roberts.


By Kerrington Wilkinson

SCHLITZ BEER won
the Bahamas Baseball
Association playoffs
championship title when
they overcame Citibank
Chargers 11-3 behind a 13
hit attack Saturday night
at Queen Elizabeth Sports
Centre.
Bertie Murray hurled nine
super innings recording 8 strike
outs while giving up 7 hits.
Murray in game one
Wednesday night turned over
12 harmless hits forl run to
Citibank collecting his first
win.
"I told them before, that all
I want is team support and the
Chargers would charge but not
for long,"said Murray who
claimed that he wanted to
pitch in game 2 Friday night
when Citibank trumplcd
Schlitz 16-3 behind hurler Basil
Hall's 2 hit performance.
Schlitz' centre fielder
Anthony Roberts was named
most valuable player for the
championship series. Roberts
in game one was the main
source in Schlitz triumph when
he used his blistering speed to
score the deciding run. In game
three he banged out a double
and a single to plate 2 runs in
Schlitz glory stampede.
Roberts. greeted by
Arlingtoi Butler Saturday
night, could hardly speak when
he was asked by the House of


SCHLITZ

STOP

CHARGERS

FOR TfTLE

Assembly Speaker how he felt.
"1I can't tell you all how I
feel, said the elated Anthony
Roberts. Because we had to
contend with problems all
season and to see us come out
a winner like this I.... I... will
have to dream in order to let
my people know how I feel."
The Chargers utilized three
hurlers, with manager Andre
Rodgers the most effective.
Rodgers allowed one run to
Schlitz in the fourth when he
relieved Mike Moss then held
the Beer men to 4 hits through
the 6 innings he hurled.
Short stop Randy Rodgers
opened the game with a single
over the leaping short stop
Keith Gomez' outstrecthed
glove off starter Frankie
Sweeting. On miscues Rodgers
advanced to third base then
scored on designated hitter
Colin Thompson's single for
Schlitz' first run first innings.
Experiencing an early rnrea,
Sweeting really got jammed in
the second innings when he got
out the lead off batter then
saw thundering shots bombed
to all fields as Schlitz poured in
runs.
Sweeting was able to get a


second out but again Schlitz
went into a hitting spree.
Moss walked the first two
batters he faced then
submitted to first baseman
Bobby Fernander's 2 rbi's
single before retiring the side.
Leading 8-0 Schlitz plated 2
runs in the top of the third
before Murray yielded to
Citibank in the bottom of the
third.
Keith Smith led off with a
single then on putouts he went
to third base from where he
scored on Sammy "Bookie"
Johnson infield hit. The bank
men staged their second and
final threat in the fifth when
they crossed the plate for 2
markers.
Both teams defence was
receptive and hard to penetrate
as Murray and manager
Rodgers got involved in a late
innings pitchers duel.
After the last put out in the
ninth innings fans immediately
crowded Schlitz' dug out
lifting Murray and Roberts
above their shoulders as
jubilant fans rocked the Sports
Centre with music from their
goat skin drums, cowbells and
horns fora a solid I1 hrs.
Fans hugged each other and
did their Goombay dance.
"Our goal has been
accomplished, we are the
greatest of them all and Bertie
Murray is one hell-of-a-cat,"
shouted the joyous George
Clarke, manager for Schlitz.


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Picture: VINCENT VAUGHAN
Ladies championship winner Jean Dunn

Gibson, Duncombe triumph


THE DYNAMIC twosome
of Eric Gibson and Jim
Duncombe fired a hot
four-under-par 68 yesterday
bringing their four round
total to one-under-par 287 to
win the Bahamas Golf
Association's bestball
championship at the South
Ocean golf course.
Gibson and Duncombe will
represent the Bahamas at the
Dominican International
bestball tournament to be
contested in Santo Domingo
in September.
In beating out the Brendon
Lynch/vernon Wells and
Coins Poitier/Rick Turnquest
teams who were tried for


second spot, the winners put
together rounds of 78, 73, 68
and 68 to win by five strokes.
Gibson was a bit dismal
about their first round which
placed them. at the bottom of
the standings. "I know Jim
could have shot better than
that with his eyes closed," he
remarked. "There is no time
Jim and I shouldn't shoot
under par."
Gibson assured his golf
mates that the Bahamas will
be well represented.
In a playoff for second
place, Tumquest mastered
the greens to carry the series
to five holes, before the
Lynch/Wells pair triumphed.


On the fifth hole, he
hooked his tee shot into the
bushes and picked up leaving
Poltier to seek the win.
ee**e**,**
Jean Dunn fashioned
scores of 86 and 90 to
capture the ladies
championship by 22 strokes
over second place Sheila
Solomon. Molly Chappelle
was third with a two round
total of 206.
In the Seniors Champion-
ship 18 handicapper Johnny
McFadden turned in scores of
106 and 102 to win that
event by a stroke over Fred
Roberti.


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BAHAMAS Customs,
strengthened by the return of
their key pitcher Max
Sweeting, stifled defending
Majestic League champions
Taylor Industries 5-2 yesterday
to win their second in four
played.
"As long as we have Max,
everybody is afraid of us. They
are afraid to even swing," said
manager Al Miller. And, in a
more serious tone, he added:
"Anytime we start to play .500
ball, every other team has
problems."
Last week, Flagler Inn had
their share. Taylor's in losing
their third yesterday were no
different. Customs defence
proved sound, which was all
Sweeting needed to secure
another win.
A little erratic over the
fourth inning, he gave up his
first hit of the game. It was a
single to second baseman
Eugene Higgs. He whipped the
pitch to left field and moved to
second as Charles King
misfielded.
The first of three wild
pitches sent Higgs to third.
Sweeting's following delivery
was again in the dust and he
used it to plate Taylor's first
run.
The latter play was the
fourth ball to Benhy Bain who
utilized the second of Customs
errors to score the second run.
It happened when catcher
Arthur Thompson grounded
back to the mound for what at
first seemed to be an easy put


out. The relay to Alfred
Johnson bounced out of his
glove.
Actually, from then on, it
was just a matter of repairing
their rifts and Customs did that
at the cost of two harmless hits
- one to Rahming in the fifth
and another to Joe McPhee in
the sixth.
Opposing pitcher John Riolle
had his game impaired by a
twisted ankle which he
suffered in the bottom of the
second inning. From then on,
he was never really his true self
although Customs were held
scoreless on one hit for the
remainder of the game. He gave
up four hits.
Three of those came in the
second when Customs scored
all their runs. The first an
unearned was scored by
Arthur Lee
In other games played,
Michael Huyler singled in
seventh and final inning scoring
David Bowleg with the winning
tally as Starlife Baihtowners
edged defending New
Providence champs the
Ministry of Works 5-4.
Colin Stanislaus who
relieved starter Hubert Talbot
in the sixth inning took the
win. Randy Rodgers in giving
up 15 hits got the loss.
Earnistine Butler pitched a
one hitter in Supervalue
Baintowners' 10-0 victory over
BaTelCo Dials.
Melroso Sherry stopped the
Police Royals 13-5.


Picture: MARGARET GUILLAUME

Leroy puts Westerns in a spin


SEVENTEEN-YEAR-OLD
right hand spinner Leroy
McDonald, making his first
appearance of the season,
captured six wickets for 13
runs in six overs leading the
Southerners to a commanding
innings and 98 runs victory
over the lowly Westerns.
Defending knockout champs
St. Bernards kept their pennant
hopes alive Saturday following
an inning and 89 runs routing
of St. Agnes giving them a total
of 34 points tied with the
Southerners for first place.
The Southerners who in
their first innings put together
204 runs for seven declared,
knocked down the Westerns
for a mere 48 runs forcing the
follow on.
McDonald who was the last


of five bowlers used by the
Southerners utilized a variety
of spins against the unsettled
Westerns who bowed out for
58 runs in the second innings.
Their highest score was 11
made by Basil Sears. He was
the only player to reach double
figures.
Opening pacer Tyrone
Thompson captured two for
eight in four overs. Sidney
McPhee got one for 15 in five.
The other batsman was run
out.
Harry Dean topped the
Southerners' first innings with
a sound 44 runs. Wicketkeeper
James Peterson added 43.
St. Bernard's resuming at
151 for four scored a
commanding 319 for eight
declared that included a


sparkling 81 from Hugh Bethel.
Peter Bethel added 40 and
veteran wicketkeeper Willie
Elliott was 29 not out along
with Wardy Ford who had 33.
Taking 199-run lead into the
second innings St. Bernard's
rattled their sister team for 110
leaving them still 89 runs short.
Delray Whittaker topped that
innings with 19 runs. Cyril
Rutherford was 15 not out.
Left hand spinner Francis
Scott took the bowling
honours capturing four wickets
for 31 runs in 10 overs. Jim
Wood who had seven overs
with four maidens took two
wickets for five runs. Keith
Ford who opened with Peter
Bethel got two for 16 in six
overs.


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Burnside

sprints

home
JEFFREY BURNSIDE
outsprinted a field of five
cyclists to the finish line at
Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre
to win the Bahamis Cycling
Association Amateur-Pro
mixed 56 mile race in 3 hrs. 20
min. yesterday.
Raymond Morley the
sensational 18-year-old
amateur cyclist who won the
event during the BCA
Independent Meet ran fourth.
Morley paced the field in the
tirat lap and led the field to
Saunders Beach where Sleepy
Nairn took over the pace.
Burnside made his move
towards the pace setters
nearing the end of the third lap
and rode abreast them on
Nassau Street.
England
struggle
ENGLAND were struggling
to avoid defeat by Pakistan in
the first cricket test match
today.
Needing 282 runs to win,
England lost both opening
batsmen for 17. They finished
Saturday on 38 for 2.
.0 John Jameson and Rohan
Kanhai, batting for
Warwickshire, set a world
cricket record Saturday with
an unbroken second wicke'
partnership of 465 against
Gloncestershire.
a Chris Balderstone of
Leicestershire needed to score
six runs off the last two balls
for victory over Yorkshire
yesterday.
He hit the first delivery for
two and then hoisted the last
ball for a mighty six that
stretched. Leicesterhire's lead,
in the John Player League to
eight points over Kent, last
year's champions. (AP)

Clean sweep

for Lions

LONDON The British
Lions rugby team, unbeaten in
its tour of South Africa, will be
welcomed home tomorrow by
their fans, including former
Prime Minister Edward Heath,
leader of Britain's opposition
Conservative party.
The Lions' triumph spilled
from the sports pages onto the
front pages, with banner
headlines like: "Lions
Invincible."


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