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By MIKE LOTHIAN
THE GOVERNMENT Houw
wants to borrow $20 T
lTHE HOU
million to buy three unanimous cc
major New Providence before 1 p.m.
hotels to form the nucleus to the day's
of a planned resort com- resolution
plex that will include a empower the
borrow $20 ma
convention centre and a Bank of Nova
new gambling casino, purchase of
Prime Minister L. 0. Beach Hotel
Pindling revealed in the Emerald Beach
House today. Halcyon Bal
'Three important hotels Hotel.
came on the market for sale It was the
this year and, recognizing the that the
need for the development of a suspend lunch
resort complex in the Cable again 10.30 a
Beach area of New Providence when it is exp
which would include wider and and heated dl
more varied facilities for on the control
tourists, the Government has government p
decided to become actively the hotel indu
involved in this developm'-nt Introductio
I dg-'t in fact -reed -' re rution jus
purchase these three'hotels: after it was
"1 The Sonesta Beach Prime Mini
Hotel comprising 400 rooms Pindling can
and approximately nine acres to the Le
of land at a price of $10.6
million-
"2 The Emerald Beach "A decision
Hotel with 386 'rooms on an taken to plan
area of approximately 23 acres first class resor
of land at a price of $4.8 area, using the
million; a nucleus. The
"3 The Balmoral Hotel include a c
which includes 145 rooms and conference cei
10 villas, the whole consisting casino," House
of 200 rooms and facilities on told.
some 14.3 acres of land at a The acquisit
price of $3.8 million. Mr. Pindling tc
"The Government has hotel rooms oi
agreed," he continued, "to the of land at a c
purchase of property and at least $19.2 r
facilities adjacent to and in Mr. Pindlin
the vicinity of the Sonesta that Governr
Beach Hotel for future hotel decided that,
development." previously de
It is assumed, although Mr. ownership of
Pindling did not say so, that casinos when
the purchase of the Sonesta will expire, it
have to be completed before favourably
Saturday, August 3 and this operation of
will be dependent on the existing op
House vote on the financial Government
resolution tomorrow. subject to tern
to be agreed."
But Mr. Pindling gave no He served
indication as to when the Government w
purchase of either the Emerald a resolution s
Beach Hotel or the Balmoral authority to
Beach Hotel would take place. million from t


big


hotels


se go-ahead to $20million debate


SE gave its
sent shortly
today to attach
s agenda the
which will
government to
illion-from the
Scotia for the
the Sonesta
, the Hyatt
t Hotel and the
moral Beach

erefore agreed
House would
time and meet
a.m. tomorrow
ected a lengthy
ebatewil ensue
)versial issue of
participation in
stry.
m of the
st two hours
referred to by
ster Lynden
e as a surprise
ader of the


has also been
a comprehensive
t complex in the
Three hotels as
complex would
convention and
ntre and a third
e members were

ions outlined by
>tal almost 1,000
n about 50 acres
combined cost of
million.
ig also revealed
nent has now
while it will, as
declared, assume
the two existing
their licences
would consider
the continued
casinos by the
erators under
ownership and
is and conditions

notice that the
rould today table
seeking legislative
Borrow $20'
he Bank of Nova


Opposition, who is
customarily consulted when
any extraordinary action is
contemplated in legislative
proceedings.
"I would have thought that
the Leader for Government
,,(Deputy Prime Minister
Arthur Hanna) would have
consulted with me before-
hand," Opposition Leader
Kendal Isaacs complained.
complained.
Mr. Isasses said he would
like to cooperate with the
government but wanted to
consult first with his
colleagues and could not
therefore agree to having the
resolution attached to the
agenda.
Mr. Hanna, who is also
Finance Minister, explained
that the government had only
named today that it would
be able to borrow the money
necessary to purchase the
three hotels.


Scotia to go through with the
hotel purchases.
A bill would be presented
"shortly," he said, creating a
statutory "Hotel Corporation"
similar to existing public
corporations for the purpose of
"carrying out the Govern-
ment's objectives" with regard
to resort development.
The Corporation "would
enter into suitable management
contracts with well-known and
reputable hotel operators for
the day-to-day running of the
hotels," and would also have
the power to form subsidiary
companies.
The hotel purchases, Mr.
Pindling told the House, were
in furtherance of the
Government's policy to
Bahamianise both the job
market and business ownership
here.
He pointed out that in more
than 80 percent of the tourist
facilities of the Bahamas "the
dominant feature of the
Bahamian economy, namely
the tourist industry ... have
traditionally been owned by


During discussion on how
the resolution would be dealt
with, South Beach re-
presentative Carlton Francis
was out of the Chamber.
A known opponent to
gambling, which is an integral
part of the government
proposed hotel involvement,
Mr. Francis questioned
whether members would be
ready to go into all the
ramifications tomorrow
morning.
Speaker Arlington Butler
pointed out that whether as
an extension of the present
agenda or on a new agenda,
the government intended to
proceed regardless. "The
Leader wants the consent of
the House to include the
resoltion on the agenda so
that it can be dealt with
tomorrow. If unanimous
consent is not obtained they
will go ahead and meet any
way tomorrow morning."


non-Bahamians.
"In the light of the
Government's expressed policy
that nationalisation would not
be an instrument of national
policy the process of
Bahamianisation (in hotel
ownership) would have had to
progress slowly," he said.
The availability on the
property market of the three
hotels was a fortunate
development, he said, that
favoured Bahamianisation and
gave Government an op-
portunity to "take the lead
in setting the pace and
maintaining the high standards
of efficiency and quality
consistent with progressive
development and economic
stability."
Mr. Pindling went on to say
that the continuing study of
gambling since the
Government's policy decision
was taken late last year to
assume ownership of the
existing casinos in Freeport
and Paradise Island "after
January 1976" has led to a
consideration of casino


gambling in the much wider
context of the tourist industry,
how it is affected by casino
gambling and its future
development in the Bahamas.
"The (feasibility) study is by
no means complete," but the
Government has definitely
decided to "consider
favourably" the continued
operation of the existing
casinos by the existing
operators under Government
ownership.
"The economic development
of other parts of the Bahamas
has not been overlooked," Mr.
Pindling added. "It is the
intention that benefits derived
from the operation of the three
casinos one in Freeport, one
on Paradise Island and one on
New Providence will be used
to further the economic
development of other parts of
the country particularly the
development of infrastructure
and other resort facilities."
ThelSbnesta was completed
in mid-1971 at a cost of $15.5
million, and is owned by
Leisure Time Limited, in which
General Bahamian Companies
is a 45 percent shareholder.
Other shareholders were
Overseas National Airways and
Hotel Corporation of America,
both of which have written
off their investments in the
hotel, which has lost money
steadily since opening. The
owners were going to closethe
hotel August 3 if they could
not sell it first.
The 21-year-old Emerald
Beach Hotel is owned by
Corrigan Enterprises and is
operated under an agreement
by Hyatt International Hotels.
It, too, has been in serious
trouble for some time. Half of
its rooms were closed and half
of its employees fired on June
10 this year as an economy
measure. The operators said
the hotel's losses over the past
four years had run "into
millions."
The Balmoral, owned by
Court Lines of Britain is also
known to have been suffering
from low occupancy, parti-
cularly during the summer
months. It was for years a
private club only, but was
expanded into a hotel six years
ago.


'Im Storr' raves bank gunman


A GUNMAN, trying to pass himself off as a woman, threatened
to shoot one of the tellers at the People's Penny Savings Bank if
she didn't shut up and walked off with $4,800 in cash yesterday.
But before leaving he bragged that he was Victor Storr and
shouted, "Let the police know that I will kill any one of them
who comes after me."
Storr, described by police as By ELLISTON RAHMING
"dangerous" escaped from
police custody earlier this 103.
month. He was being held in At aoout 2.40 p.m.
custody for armed robbery and yesterday a person, wearing a
rape and has been on the police purple blouse, light blue
wanted list since 1972. He has trousers, purple ear-rings,
escaped from prison before. eye-shadow and a lady's Afro
The Tribune reported wig walked into the Market
yesterday that a gunman, also Street bank and said to a teller:
claiming to be Storr, held up "This is a hold-up."
Dudley's Record Shop and Bank teller Hazel Campbell
Quality Upholstery on told The Tribune she
Montrose Avenue Monday recognized the man as Victor
afternoon. Witnesses report the Storr. as he holds an account at
getaway car as bearing the the bank and was known to
sme licence plates NPD her. But she thought Storr was
S"only joking."
According to Mrs. Irmalee
Larrow an executive of the
SEEbank, Storr was in the bank
50 DIFFERENT last Thursday to exchange
coins for bills and was
ROOM DISPLArecognised then as the escaped
No Chaurg' fr I.ookin prisoner Victor Storr.
J URt g Immediately he left the bank
police were informed and since
then police have patrolled the


44


Picture: JEFFREY THOMPSON
Tellers at the People's Penny Savings Bank who were held up by a gunman yesterday. Left
to right, Irmalee Larrow, Maureen Saunders, Theopholus Taylor and Hazel Campbell.


bank area every 15 minutes
during the day, hoping Storr
would return for some reason.
lie did return yesterday --
but during the absence of the
police.

And tellers soon got the
message Storr was in earnest
when he pulled a gun, threw a
sling bag over the counter and
ordered the tellers to "start
packing". Mrs. Campbell
hesitated but Mrs. Larrow said
she took the gunman's bag and
began to fill it with small
notes.


"I put the small notes in the
bag and pushed the large notes
to the back of the drawer," she
said.
When she tried to pass the
bag back to the gunman, Storr
told her to take the money out
of the other till and put it into
the bag. "Knowing the police
patrol the area every 15
minutes I tried to stall time by
asking the man if he wanted
coins and cheques also. He told
me he didn't want any cheques
and that the coins were too
heavy," Mrs. Larrow said.


While the money was being
put in the bag Mrs. Campbell
asked the gunman "Victor,
why are you doing this to us?"
And she said he replied: "I
have six bullets in this gun and
a pocket full, and if you don't
shut up I will shoot."

When Storr was handed the
bag, which contained about
$4,800 according to the bank,
he started moving to the door
and shouted: "My name is
Victor Storr. Let the police
know that I will kill any one of
them who comes after me."


-Pilot on-- COOK DENIED


$1.5m

drugs

charge
POLICE today charged a
2,7-year-old Miami pilot with
having an estimated $1.5
million worth of marijuana
following his arrest at
Mathew Town, Inagua,
Saturday.
William Michael Connor,
4580 N.W. '79 Avenue,
Miami, was also charged in
the magistrate's court with
bringing dangerous drugs
in-transit, possession of a
.380-calibre revolver and
eight bullets.
He is to stand trial in
Supreme Court on the first
two counts and was allowed
$50,000 cash bond by the
magistrate.
A preliminary inquiry into
the charges are expected to
begin on September 5.
Connor is being represented
by attorney Perry Christie.
He was fined $500 or 12
months in prison with hard
labour for having the gun and
$150 or three months on the
ammunition charge after
having pleaded guilty.
Prosecutor Ch. Insp. Okell
C. Cartwright told the court
that Connor was the sole
occupant of the aircraft
which landed at Inagua on
Saturday.
Customs officer B.
Mclntosh inquired of his
cargo and was told that he
carried none. When he tried
to check the aircraft, he
found it locked and called
police who searched it and
discovered the gun and
ammunition.
Connor said he took the
gun and ammunition with
him on his flight as he was
travelling alone and anything
could have happened to
him.


By Sidney Dorsett
LOUISIANA musician-cook
Eddie Edwards today denied a
prosecution charge that he had
agreed to become involved in
an operation to transport
hashish as hearings continued
in the Supreme Court trial of
the six Americans accused of
having a quantity of dangerous
drugs.
Edwards ended his testi-
mony this afternoon after
taking his stand in the witness
box yesterday. lie too denied
knowing that the $15-million
hashish cache was in a cabin
next to his on the "Sea
Trader" freighter which police
searched at Little Sturrup Cay
April 12 before arresting them.
He testified that he first
went to sea as a steward in the
U.S. Navy in the early 1950s
and left the service after
reaching the rank of
bosun'mate. 1958.
He decided to return as a
cook aboard the "Sea Trader"
after learning from his landlord
Mr. Shoubl that it had
situations vacant, he said.
He said it was through his
landlord he obtained his job
which paid him $20 daily.
Solicitor General T. Langton
Hilton levelled his allegation at
the bearded man as he
continued his cross-examina-
tion.
He told Edwards: "I suggest
that Mr. Shoubl informed you
that the position you were
headed for on the "Sea
Trader" was to assist in an
operation that would bring
back hashish." Edwards denied
this was true.
Edwards also said that Mr.
Shoubl worked with Mr.
Richard Wallace, owner of the
"Sea Trader."


He said he had no feeling
at all when he heard that third
accused Louis Tomiselli had
$210,000 to pay for hashish. It
was none of his business,
Edwards said.
Mr. hillon also questioned
Edwards on his financial
standing and was told that the
only expense he had incurred
here was the hotel bill for his
wife
He is to pay for that. but
legal fees for himself, he said.
are expected to be paid b)
some of his family who are
giving him assistance.
He also said that he could
not remember seeing Tomiselli
leave the freighter when it was
in Ceula, Spain, and that he
never helped Tomiselli load the
hashish on to the boat.
Tomiselli is expected to
make an unsworn statement
from the prisoners' dock. The
defence hja also given notice of
intnnnion to re-call certain
prosecution witnesses.
The six men, Capt. Terry
Daniels. Edwards, Tomiselli.
Richard Bennett, Arnold
Zuikerman and Jack Kubatz
are represented b\ attorneys
lion. I gene Dupiich, and
junior defcnce -ounsel Keith
Duncombe. The six have
pleaded not guilty.
PDP MEETING
A meeting of the People's
Democratic Party will be held
in Anns Town tomorrow at 9
p.m. in front of the Square
Deal Restaurant and Bar on
Kingston Street off Kemp
Road.
PDP leader Alfred Butler
will speak on "Government's
position and the hotel
industry." Mr. Dudley Williams
is also scheduled to speak.


Hanna raps 'stupid' questions


SHE GOVERNMENT'S
delay in answering questions in
the House was directly related
to the inexperience of those
asking them. Deputy Prime
Minister and government
Leader Arthur Hanna said
today.
Although supporting
Opposition Leader Kendal
Isaacs' resolution to have the
House Rules committee
consider the matter of
questions and answers, Mr.
Hanna contended that the
government had never refused
to answer on grounds that it
might prove politically
embarrassing.
"Ministers sometimes tend
to ignore stupid questions," he
said. There were several stupid
questions which he had chosen
to ignore. "If they get past the
Speaker then the Ministers
ignore them."
Mr. Hanna said he marvelled
at the inexperienced manner in
which questions were
asked. At the same time the
government Leader noted that
the method by which questions
were asked and answers given
was archaic. The whole issue
had already been considered by
government, he said, and it had
been indicated to the
Opposition Leader "that we
would lik- to meet on this."
Mr. Isaacs observed that
u:ider the conventions of the
House a Minister could say he
was not prepared to answer
certain questions and need not
give reasons. Mays (parlia-
mentary practice) listed
reasons why certain questions
need not or should not be
answered.
But what happened in
actuality was that Ministers
said that the answers were not
ready. "Ministers do not
say they are not prepared to
answer, they are merely silent
or say that they are not
ready." Mr. Isaacs declared.
The Opposition Leader
argued that the question and
answer method of probing
into the business of
government was a cornerstone
of parliamentary democracy.
If Ministers were not
answering certain questions
and certain Ministers were not
answering questions at all,
"then we should write into the
rules a requirement for
Ministers to answer questions
unless they can excuse
themselves under the various
provisions we consider relevant
to this position," he said.


"I agree with the Leader of
the Opposition that Ministers
should not refuse on the basis
that it may embarrass them,
but I wonder if the person
asking doesn't owe some
responsibility to the House in
the way he asks questions."
Health Minister Loftus Roker
interjected.
The raember asking should
first see that the question fell
within the responsibility of the
Minister to whom it was
directed, that he didn't go on a
fishing expedition and third,
that the answer was not
available as a matter of public
record.
Clarence Town repre-
sentative Michael Lightbourn
(Ind.), in supporting Mr. Isaacs'
Motion, said he had 56
questions outstanding. 23 of
them directed to the Minister
of Finance Mr. Hanna "who
doesn't want to answer any."
The member claimed that
civil servants were providing


their Ministers with the
answers but the Ministers were
not passing them on to the
House.
"The questions are to
Ministers and not to civil
servants," Mr. Roker informed
him. "Any Minister who picks
up answers from civil servants
and comes to the House and
reads them is stupid indeed."
Mr. Roker said that civil
servants only supplied the
information, but it was a
political matter how the
answers were brought to the
House.
"I hope the committee will
look into the whole question
of asking questions, and that
members should ask questions
that are sensible and not a
waste of time for the Ministers
and government departments
concerned." he added.
The House Rules Committee
was instructed to consider the
matter of questions and
answers.


Haitians 'don't deserve asylum'


MIAMI, JULY 31 Many
of South Florida's Hlaitian
refugees apparently don't
deserve political asylum, says
the director of a refugee
centre.
The Rev. Jacques
Mompremier said Tuesday that
only 52 of the more than 300
refugees at the Haitian refugee
relief centre have filed reports
of their alleged persecution in


Haiti, as required by federal
officials
"If the refugees don't come
forward with their statements.
what can one conclude but
that they were not persecuted
or that they came just for work
or as a lark," said the Rev. Mr.
Mompremier.
"If I were immigration, I
wouldn't give it (political
asylum) to them," he said.


How food prices are fixed


IMMEDIATELY tollowmg
the 7:30 news on Radio
Bahamas tonight is the third in
a series of discussions on "How
Food Prices are Determined".
In previous programmes,
consumers and merchants were
reminded of their rights and
responsibilities, and consumers
were given a chance to give
their views on Price Control.
Tonight's subject will be
discussed by merchants and
women representing various
organizations.
During the discussions
consumers will have a chance
to hear how food prices are
made up, the normal practices
for changing prices, the
possibility of more than one
price being stamped on an item
and many other points that
will be helpful to them as
shoppers.


The Panelist will be:
Rosemary Christie, repre-
senting the Business and
Professional Woman's
Association; Marina McDonald
representing the National
Women's Movement, Percy
Knowles, a wholesaler, and
Franklyn Butler. a retailer..
Moderator: Willamae Bridge-
water, chairman Consumer
Education Committee of the
Prices Commission.








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Childbirth

reborn
A NEW method of
childbirth has been developed
by Dr. Frederick Leboyer, a
French obstetrician.
And his idea is explained in
his book, "For a Non-Violent
Birth," published in the United
States by Kmopf.
In Dr. Leboyer's method.
babies are born in
semi-darkness.
They are deposited on the
warm naked abdomen of the
mother.
And Dr. Leboyer doesn't cut
the umbilical cord until the
baby's breathing slowly
adjusts.
The baby is then placed in a
bath of water at the
temperature of the new-born's
body.
Dr. Leboyer says babies
delivered by his method smile
peacefully at the age of ten
minutes.


MR SMITH
'Good old Smithy'


SALISBURY Early
returns in Rhodesia's general
election indicate that Prime
Minister Ian Smith's
Rhodesian Front Party was
headed toward an expected
landslide victory.
Unofficial returns gave the
Rhodesian front 30 of 50
white seats in Parliament.
Two Rhodesian Front
candidates, including the
Prime Minister, were return


unopposed.
Voting was extraordinarily
heavy in what the Prime
Minister termed an election
to demonstrate the country's
unity.
Only 89,652 persons -
almost 80,000 of them white
-- were eligible to vote of the
country's population of six
million.
There were 26 black
candidates competing for
eight popularly elected seats,


Now impeachment


goes to House

WAS HI N G TON -- commends Nixon's impeach- *
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Nixon "warrants impeachment misuse of his powers and
and trial and removal from failing to obey its committee
office," the House Judiciary subpoenas for evidence.
office," the House Judiciary Debate in the house will
Committee has ended its begin in about two weeks, a
historic inquiry with a The three articles would *
three-part resolution to be sent redefine and limit the power of
to the House. the executive. They are the
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floor in more than a century
since President Andrew
Johnson's impeachment during
the Civil War reconstruction
period.
The third impeachment
article relating to the
subpoenas was approved
Tuesday by a narrow 21-17
vote. The three articles of
impeachment charge Nixon
with "high crimes and
misdemeanors" by:
* Obstructing justice in
covering up the Watergate
affair, the break-in of
Democratic national
headquarters June 17. 1972,
once described by a White
House spokesman as just a
"third-rate burglary."


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Abusing his powers through
misuse of federal agents and
agencies to violate
constitutional rights of
citizens by wiretapping,
income tax audits and other
activities.
Refusing to comply with
committee subpoenas for
147 tape-recorded con-
versations and other material
sought as evidence by the
inquiry.
Rejected as impeachable
ences before the committee
included its inquiry were
posed articles recom-
ending impeachment for
ncealing the bombing of
mbodia from Congress, the
rpetrating tax fraud by
derpaying his income taxes.
th were defeated by 26-12
tes..
A majority vote is needed in
House to impeach the
resident.
The Senate then would
iduct a trial, in which a
o-thirds majority would be
eded to convict and remove
xon from office. (AP)


What the votes

mean to future


preside]

WASHINGTON In its
wordy windup, the House of
Representatives judiciary
committee got in one debate
that will affect the kind of
impeachment case it takes to
the House floor and possibly
the Senate and may touch
other American presidents far
into the future.
The committee considered
three articles of impeachment
Tuesday and adopted one, an
item recommending that
President Richard Nixon be
impeached for refusing to turn
over evidence it had sub-
poenaed.
Although it passed by a
narrow margin and faces rough
going in the House, the
subpoena article involves
probably the most important
constitutional issue of the
impeachment controversy.
However it turns out on the
floor or in a Senate trial, the
subpoena question ultimately
will write new constitutional
law that will tell presidents just
how valid the doctrine of
executive privilege is in
resisting impeachment.
But two other articles
Cambodian bombing and the
President's income taxes
probably are just as important
for the fact that they didn't
pass.
Although both items were
debated at length, they were
defeated with solid Republican
opposition and considerable
Democratic defection.
Proponents of the articles
seeking impeachment for secret
1969 bombing in Cambodia
and the President's under-
payment of incline taxes by


its

more than $400,000 over the
past four years knew they
would lose before they started
but they pressed on for tactical
reasons.
The tax question parti-
cularly, debated in prime
television time, allowed
impeachment forces to fully
explore one of the subjects
shown by the polls to be most
sensitive to the American
people.
If it did not pass, it was
nonetheless expected to make
the viewing audience just a
little more susceptible to
impeachment fever.
But the debate on Cambodia
and taxes, and to a degree
subpoenas, served another
important function. It allowed
committee members who have
been against the President on
key votes since last Wednesday
to vote for him in a situation
where it couldn't matter less.
This appearance of fairness,
of voting according to the issue
and not a blanket bias, is
important for most members
of Congress in an election year
in which they face one of
Xmerican history's most
difficult decisions. Only
members with the strongest
constituent support voted a
straight party line this past
week.
Many members of the House
also have let it be known that
they would be less inclined to
vote impeachment if the
committee recommended what
they considered frivolous,
patently partisan, of unsub-
stantiated charges.
Many of these let be known
they considered Cambodia.
taxes and Presidential
impoundment of funds
allocated by Congress in this
category.
('onseqently, the impeach-
Icent leaders had no intention
of letting them get to the floor.
The latter was not even
proposed in the six days of
forlnal debate.
The subpoena charge,
although controversial, is a
different matter. It poses
crucial and fundamental
questions and was proposed by
the second-ranking Republican
member of the committee.
Nixon raised in this case the
doctrine of executive privilege
to deny the committee
evidence it said it needed to
decade whether to impeach
The committee had rejected
the idea of taking the question
to the courts as had special
Watergate Prosecutor Leon
Jaworski. who won his case.
Instead, it decided to make
Nixon's rejection of its
subpoenas one of the articles
against him.


with one of them running
unopposed. Eight other
blacks are to be chosen by
the tribal electoral council to
fill the 66-member
parliament.
Analysts said the early
results indicated the white
minority were as ready as
ever before to leave the
country's future in the hands
of the man some call Good
Ol Smithy." (AP)


Move to

suspend

WOmen

priests
NEW YORK The
Presiding Bishop of the
Episcopal Church said Tuesday
that four Bishops who ordained
11 women as priests had
violated church law and
"exceeded their authority."
"This ceremony was
contrary to the constitutions
and canons of the church," the
Right Reverend John M. Allin
said of Monday's professedly
regulation-breaking ordinations
in Philadelphia.
"Any bishops involved in
such a service have exceeded
their authority and hav- not
acted for the whole church. as
is the norm in ordinations,"
Bishop Allin said in a
statement, adding:
"Accordingly, the ordi-
nations are irregular, and may
be found invalid."
His reaction came as bishops
of the women's home dioceses
moved to suspend them from
the ministry or otherwise
prohibit them from exercising
any priestly function.
In Syracuse, Bishop Ned
Cole termed the Philadelphia
ceremony a "mutinous use of
episcopal power," and said a
Syracuse woman ordained
there, the Rev. Betty Schiess.
was being suspended from
ministerial duties.
In Rochester, N.Y., Bishop
Robert R. Spears Jr., issued
orders banning another newly
ordained woman, the Rev.
Merrill Bittner, from any
priestly role.
In Philadelphia, Bishop
Lyman Ogilby said he has
acted to restrain the Rev.
Suzanne Hiatt "from exercising
priestly duties." If she refused
to obey, he said, he would
institute procedures to suspend
her.
Meanwhile, the American
Church Union (ACU) an
Anglo-Catholic group, was
preparing articles charging the
bishops who did the ordaining
with violation of church
canons. (AP)


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CONVICT
HUNTSVILLIE Texas
prison officials are keeping an
anxious watch on the library of
the state prison where a
convict threatens to blow up
one of 13 hostages unless he is
given a bullet-proof vest.
Fred Gomez Carrasco, 35,
threatened last night to blow
up a woman hostage in the
doorway of the third-ftoor
library-classroom area where he
and Iwo other armed inmates
are holding the captives.
A spokesman for the State
departmentt of Corrections said
the demand for the vest had
been rejected, along with
('arrasco's proposal that five
prison officials replace 10 of
the 13 hostages.
Carrasco told prison officials
that he had three bombs one
was for the hostage at the
door, a second for the rest of
the hostages, and a third to
blow lup anyone s\ho tried to
intervene.
'arrasco's hid l or freedom
began last Wednesday when he
pulled out a pistol in the third
floor prison library. shot a
guard in the foot and
announced a takeover.
lie took a doien school.
teachers and librarians, seven
of them women as hostages
along with four inmates in the
library.
lie later freed ltie wounded
gurdt and a male school
teacher who suffered a heart
attack.
Sliec prison's Roman
Catholic chaplain, the Rev.
Joseph O'Brien. became a
captive on thursday while
acting as a go-between in the
negotiations.
(arrasco. a toriner narcotics
knigpin in South Texas arnd
Mexico. is serving a life team
for assault to murder a San
Antonio policeman. (AP)


LONION The body of
"Mama" (Cass lliot will be
flown to Los Angeles Friday
for burial, her manager, Alan
(arr, said iodav.
('arr was speaking after an
inquest at the Westminister
coroner's coutit, where he
form all identified the
sweet-voiced 238-pound singer
as Illen Naomii (ohen. the
name she was born with in
Baltimore. Mai;landll. 33 years:
ago.
TI'li' co Ine'r, G(;avin
Thurston. .diourned the
hearing until Monda b but
allowed the botl to be sent to
the linited States.
Miss Illiot was found dead
in bed Monda, after a
successful two-week starring
run at the L.ondon Palladiumi
which was to have been the


start of
Britain.


a two-month tour of


THE TRIBUNE Wednesday, J 313




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JAILED FOR



20 MONTHS


WASHINGTON Former
U.S. p--sidential assistant John
D. Ehr!ichman was sentenced
today to a minimum of 20
months in prison on his
conviction for conspiracy and
perjury in the Elsberg break-in
case.
Judge Gerhard A. Gesell set
20-month to five-year
sentences to run concurrently
for each of the three criminals
counts for which Ehrlichman
was convicted
(;. Gordon Liddy, a member
of the White House plumbers
unit which carried out the
break-in, was given a
one-to-three-year sentence, but
it is to run parallel with other
sentences assigned Liddy in the
original Watergate break-in
case. Thus it does not add any
time to what Liddy already
had to serve.
sellel said two other
convicted members of the
plumbers group, Bernard L.
Barker and Fugenio R.
Martinez "were duped by high
government officials" and gave
them suspended sentences.
All four men have been free
since their convictions by a
jury of six men and six women
that deliberated for five hours
before deciding on a verdict
July 12.
Fhrlichman and the others
were convicted of violating the
rights of Dr. Lewis J. Fielding.
the Beverly Hills, Calif..
psychiatrist who treated
Illsberg. a former Pentagon
analyst.
The Plumbers, a special
White House investigative unit
broke into Fielding's office in a
fruitless search for the medical
records of Ellsberg, who leaked
the Pentagon papers study of
the Vietnam war to the press.


In another courtroom
former White House counsel
John W. Dean III will be
sentenced on Friday. Since
pleading guilty on a
Watergate-related conspiracy
count Oct. 19, 1973. Dean has
been serving as a major source
of evidence against Watergate
investigators.
Dean could receive a
maximum of five years in
prison and a fine of $10,000
from U.S. District Judge John
J. Sirica. (AP)
I
Peace pact
GENEVA Greece and
Turkey have signed a military
disengagement agreement for
Cyprus providing for
indefinite partition of the
island, the indefinite presence
of the Turkish invasion force
and a United Nations buffer
zone around the territory
occupied by the Turks.

Bomb blasts
LONDON Three explosive
devices went off early today in
streets in Oxford, and four
moviehouses in Birmingham
were hit by firebombs.
The three Oxford bombs
were identical, police said. \
dozen incendiary bombs have
exploded in Birmingham,
England's second city, in the
past 10 days. Police suspect a
cell of the Irish Republican
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Ubte iUribune
NULLUS AmiWcrus JURARE IN VEBA MAcGIST
Being Bound To Swear To The Dogmas Of No Master
LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903 1914
SIR ETIFNNE DUPUCH, O.B.E., K.C.S G., D.Litt., LL.D.
Publisher/Editor 1917-197:
'ntributing Editor 1972 -
lEILLEN DUPItt ... i,M.Sc., B.A., LL.B.,
Pubi," -rlEditor 1972.
Published Daily Monday tu Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas.


By FI II \NNI1 DIUPUCHI
I.A(;()S lie Algar've. PInutgal, May 23 It is strange and
intleres'III ho, w vliitngs happen in this cockeyed old world to
prIidu'l a se(llncllt.e Ftn events on which a writer may spin a tale
and weiavc into tliI l abiic o history a few facts that may in later
sciL creLate legend.
., I
Si\teen years it more ago Britain was carrying out her grand
c\periell l tiof creating a nation in the Caribbean with her group
Sl tiny island colonies. She felt that the time had come to set
theIis i e t she t t reali/cd that they needed to be united under a
ledc ,al government to make them an effective force in world
ait!lln, .idl sto se created the Federal Government of the West
lid tes w5il th li seat of government established in Trinidad.
Sni (iaii.tlki Adams. the tisst black man to break through the
ha:ii i,,' I ,ln :-e-itablished white supremacy in the British islands
f the lWcst Ind es had been an i outstanding success as the first
hik I'krlniiei io Barbados. lie had become very popular ... and
hit'hl\ respected ... by the white planter aristocrats of Barbados.
I iLcl Ihis itman siomei years later in London and again in
BWittlosf. li wav:s ta ine genltlemnan, the right choice for proving
Ft! imctil IF ,l tli black iman i his island home.
( a.ithln govern lllent wa.s nott new to Barbados at the time
(;ratit!,' Adam, .. later one of the first men in Britain's colonies
m ilw i West Inies to be knighted by the sovereign ... led his party
i 1 i l Il.t po lls t that island..
lie ore this Barbados had been one of the three islands in the
Wcest Inlics lh,it were known in the Colonial Office in London as
" I., I l,;ei Be<..s". IThe otlh'i two islands in this triumvirate were
BI. l,,i i .ld the hC Ki.matas.
I heIc ltn e islands had succeeded in retaining a form of
RKpI'tet' tI;Ilve (;,verinmlnt that gave them a great deal of power
i, 'I' ,llli t!.!it' llwtir alits under British protection and
.,\p.F p'' .:iF ,' i I l vI. ai\ s felt and still feel ... that this was
thle p lceti. constitution for small island communities. Political
le.ilcs iiin tlhse islands vwcr definitely independent and were a
thorn in ili side of the Colonial Office. They were B's that
c:rrlced at sting i;i their tails.
Bitl atlci lthe second world war a restless ... revolutionary ...
iprit' s\priad I'f and wide in the earth. It sparked a movement in
ctlmi I itcnitories that was later to be tagged "The Winds of
('Cha.ie'" h\ Bitain's Prime Minister Harold MacMillan after he
\vitlne,,ild demitonstratiion in Nyasaland ...since renamed Malawi
iitleti le i o'Vrillt'imnt tf )r. Banda.
Sir (;,ail c\'s administration of Barbados was so successful
h111 1tiiitn lcll that the time had come to bring all her island
colhniCi,' i tliis hemisphere together under a federal government.
Ami ii is not surprising that Grantley Adams became the first
I' l icn Minisict of the Federal Government.
Ilt.' ;'i!i i.' 'lipsltll I l t h' Bahlanias and Bermuda, who had
niioili' i ii ('C, ibh,,l'i, '\,.icisedl lthir right under their constitutions to
rt' F Ie lot i ll i the F ete0cl rati ilt.
1 S s * l *
I i. IF ,i 'iiFitii if .t 'l '; iiat. e lfi 'orni o government enjoyed
l'\ tillcs lhic, island was a survival of a constitution granted to
illhe' .i\ i, ileis i llthe American colonies when they first planted
Ileii lIoo.s in llhis hemiisplihere.
liehIl weie two mai.in types of administrations for British
colnlFiF's (Ii inI the neatly period o' British territorial expansion in
F'FuFFhI !.iail httimpiie.
('collnll'l d cittlniesl weie called Crown Colonies. They were
atlliuiiisicld \by a (;ovenoiir \itl supreme power from
Ih[ (Col iin,.il Ili ce.
Stilled icolties ... and "settled" meant where Englishmen
Fiitip'd IC llrilles such as the Eleutherian Adventurers or
llie I aill Setlleis ... r as Dr. Paul Albury. distinguished Bahami.u
Ili.i[itnii:. pIliels It call them "Pioneer Settlers" ... in the
U. ihainsi \\l~ i amte to E.leutliera caily in the 1600's. Dr. Albury's
tusit alncestor ill tie Bahamas was among this pioneer group.
limiain elt that wherever illgiisinllen settled they carried their
Iai riaLimnct with them.
* ****** *
I 0t dy Ime, how Imy miind does run on. I started out to tell you
a simple tale about a fintaistic story connected with the island of
Jamla.c a.ind here I aml writing a brief outline of political and
social evolution ini tlle West Indies.
Bill it all fits into the story. Apart from colonies on the
iinj laniid of' Anmrica. only four colonial territories in Britain's
vst colonial iepire enjoyed the measure of freedom provided by
wl\\ h was kiiown as Representative Government.
I have already mentioned three. The fourth was Jamiaica but
tha:i ilanud lost its Representative status following an uprising of
slaves in lthe island. The colonists were afraid of the black
revolutionaries and invited Britain to take full control of the
govci ,i>'ti of tlhe colony. The revolution was suppressed. The
leader tll the rebels, was hanged. Today he is a hero in Jamaica.
IThe suiv I atn about to tell concerns a white witch in Jamaica
whose b utaIl relatmelnt of slaves helped to provoke unrest and a
splrt oI i\evoll amliong slaves throughout the colony.

Anllyw.ay, k t us now go back and pick up the sequence of

I :oiillm I very first I fel tIhat tie West Indies Federation
would nolt suvtcecd. I had lived with West Indians for three years
in tlie atriny during the first world war ... I had travelled across
Britain with a group of West Indian journalists as the guest of the
British government in 1951 ... and I knew of the jealousies that
divided the e people.
fI'e colonial l Office was aware of this condition and tried to
get the colonies to establish the Federal Government in one of
the small islands. They chose Antigua. I suggested Barbados
because of the experience in government that the people had
enjoyed under their old Representative form of constitution.


Biu tfe two big islands Trinidad and Jamaica, long-standing
rivals 'foght for the dignity of becoming the capital city of the
Federation and because Trinidad was near to most of the islands
that would krnl the Federation she won out.
I kiew then that the Federal movement would fail because I
was sure Jamaica would not accept this situation ... and it could
not succeed without the full cooperation of Jamaica which had a
greater population and more economic resources than all the
other islands in the Federal Government combined.


I said so in this column.


At the time I decided that I was sticking my neck out in
nlaking this bold prediction and so I decided that my wife and I
should tour the islands of the West Indies to check the political
climate that existed in the islands.
On this trip we visited not only British islands ... we also took
in island republics and American, French and Dutch colonies in
the area. We covered the lot.
Our first stop on this tour was Cuba. At the time Castro was
still in the mountains with his small band of revolutionaries.
Under unwise American pressure the government of Batista was
on the verge of collapse. The officials in Immigration and
Customs at the airport in Havana were very jittery b6t otherwise
the city seemed to be fairly normal although everyone I met was
conscious of a change in the offing ... and they seemed anxious to
see the end of Batista.
The Governor of the Bahamas had given me a letter of
'introduction to the British Ambassador in Havana. When I
presented myself at the Ambassador's office the receptionist
there was a Bahamian who had served with me in the B.W.I.
Regiment in Egypt during the first world war. And he introduced
me to a taxi driver, also a Bahamian who had served with me in
the B.W.I.R. Both these men had left the Bahamas and settled in
Cuba immediately after demobilization in 1919 but they had
refused to give up their British citizenship. Through this
connection I was able to see a great deal of the island.
Our next stop on our swing through the Caribbean was Jamaica
and here my story about the white witch starts. But before I go
into the story I should say that it was a great mistake for
Grantley Adams to accept the Prime Ministership of the Federal
(Gvernment because it did fail as I had predicted when Jamaica's
Bustamante pulled the rug from under the movement. Jamaica
had joined the Federation at a time when Norman Marnicy. father
of the present Prime Minister of Jamaica, headed the government
of the island.
Manley had succeeded in defeating his cousin William
Bustamante later Sir William at the polls. Bustamante had
been the great political revolutionary that had taken the island
from full Crown Colony status to Responsible Government with
himself as the first Premier of the island.
He would later take the island into Independence but in the
m.-antinm his brilliant but far left-leaning cousin Norman Manley
Aad wrested the government from his control. Bustamante went
hack to the people on an anti-Federation platform and won. He
then killed the Federal Government.
In the meantime one of Grantley Adams' chief Lieutenmats in
the fight to break down racial barriers in Barbados was Errol
Barrow. During Adams' absence in Trinidad he formed a new
party that swept Adams' party into discard. Barrow became
Premier of the island which he finally led into independence and
still rules today.
Lordy me. I must speed up this witch's story i'f am to get it in
this column.
We spent a week in Jamaica on this tour. Our friend Eustace
Myers placed a car and chauffeur at our disposal and we were
driven from end to end of the island.
During this tour the driver stopped outside a vast estate and
pointed to a great white house on a hilltop far away.
"That's where the white witch lived," he whispered in awe.
That was all he could say.
I asked whether we could go up and visit the place.
"Oh no," he said. There was fear in his voice.
I realized then that there was a dreadful story connected with
this house that still struck terror in the heart of the driver of the
car.
And so we let it pass like that and forgot about it.
A couple of years later my friend Glanvill Benn, who heads the
well-known publishing house of Benn Brothers in London, came
to Nassau. He is a first cousin of Anthony Wedgwood Benn who
led the movement in Parliament that permitted members of the
nobility to give up their titles to become members of the House
of Commons. Wedgwood Benn was the first to give up his title
when the Bill passed Parliament.
The Glanvill Benn side of the family are as firmly
Conservative as Wedgwood Benn is notoriously far-left Labour.
Anyway I met Glanvill Benn for the first time at a ('PU
conference that toured eastern Canada in 1950. Our friendship
was established five years later when we went right across
Australia and New Zealand with the CPU.
Now he was visiting me in Nassau. I had just completed my
house on the water-front at Camperdown and I put him up there.
The reason for his visit was that he was looking for West Indian
stories with a flavour ... like the White Witch of Jamaica, he said.
Here again I was hearing about this white witch ... but no one
could tell me much about her apIrt from the fact that a
best-selling book had been written about her witchery.
*i ***i*i****
Shortly before this I had spun a tale around the legend of the
Chickcharneys, the three-fingered white dwarfs who were
supposed to live deep in the forests at Andros.
The story had caught on. An American journalist visiting
Nassau at the time wrote a brief article based on my story for
Time magazine. Time featured the story and had its artists
illustrate it with a group of imaginary figures.
For years after that story was published writers came from far
and near to read it in the files of The Tribune and a few years ago
a musical of some sort was produced in Nassau on the basis ot
the Chickcharney tale I had spun in the series published in The
Tribune.
I showed Glanvill Benn this story but it didn't catch his fancy.
No, he wanted something like the legend of the White Witch of
Jamaica.
Since then I have heard the white witch mentioned in
conversation among writers all over the world but I could never
pin the story down.

Last year a friend in London wrote me about the Algarve in


Portugal. He said that this was a fast-growing resort, popular
among English and European vacationers. He thought I might be
.interested in seeing it.
I was interested in seeing it but not for the reason he proposed
at that time.
Back in 1916 I was a lad of 17 years on a transport on my way
from Jamaica to Egypt with a battalion of the B.W.I. Regiment.
This was my first trip away from the Bahamas which were then a
quiet group of fishing villages. I was therefore in a very
impressionable frame of mind.
Two things have stuck in my memory about this trip ... the
visit to Gibraltar where our transport stopped to coal and the
sight of a lighthouse high up on a great cliff. I was told that this
was the Cape of St. Vincent on the southern tip of Portugal. it
was a tremendous sight. I felt then that I would want to see this
place again at closer range and this desire was heightened when I
later realized that this spot was closely associated with a famous
legend about Columbus.
Tomorrow we will visit Cape St. Vincent and then I will tell
you the Columbus tale.

But now let us get back to the story about the white witch of
Jamaica.
We are living at the Hotel Lagos. Only a few years ago this
hotel was only a two-apartment complex. Now it is a great big
rambling hotel on a hillside overlooking the oay ... a most
attractive place which I am told was financed by Lord Thomson
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UNCLE BEN'S RICE 10,bs. $4.48 ROBINHOOFLOUR 5LBS. $1.20


LARGE CREAM
CARNATION CKAM


CAMPBELL'S
VEGETABLE SOUP


3 LB SHORTENING
VEGETOLSU CTEN MG


POTATOES
HALL'S TONIC W
MAHATMA RICE 1
ELSE TISSUE
KING SIZE TID
LIBBY'S CATCHUP
RAIDHOUSE AND I


5 LBS.


3 TINS 89C


3 TINS 89C


$1.55
99C


INE TS. $1.99
LBS. $4.39
2 ROLLS 55C
$1.99
oz. 540
GARDEN $1.29


PEPSI
MORTON SALT


5 TINS 99
2 PKGS. 450


, BRILUNCHEON MEAT 650
AJAX DETERGENT GIANT 99
PORK CHOPS Ib .............. .....$1.25
SPARE RIBS Ib. .......... 89c
LEAN STEWING BEEF Ib. .. ......1.30
PICNIC HAM Whole ....................69c
LAMB SHOULDER Ib. ...... .99c
BOLOGNA Sliced Ib ................ 99c
ASST. MEATS 5 Ibs ................. $2.50
PICNIC HAM Cut Ib ....... ...... 79c
TURKEY WINGS Ib ................. 65c
PORK CHOPS 10 Ibs. ..............$11.00
SPARE RIBS 10 Ib. ................$8.50
BOLOGNA Whole lb. ............ ... 85c
STEW BEEF 10 Ib. ................. $12.00


mimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
SMADEIRA FOODSTORE I
l PHONE 24524 P. O. BOX 6143 f

FRANCO AMERICAN 15 oz. SPAGHETTI & TOMATO SAUCE 330


MORTON'S SALT
SAWYER'S
WHOLE TOMATOES


ROBINHOOD
FLOUR


OVALTINE 16 oz.


230


500


5 Ibs. $1.10


$1.20


OCTAGON
FOR DISHES 48 oz. 790
CHEER 20 oz. 500







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NASSAU PORTION CONTROL CENTRE
5TH TERRACE CENTREVILLE -- PHONE 23237 Ext. 6
-I I 1(~ 1 -) 111 ~ 1~ m) m m m--


10 LBS. 9.50
10 LBS. 12.00
10 LB. '12.00
5 LBS. 6.00
5LBS. 12.00


5 LBS.
5 LBS.


12.00
*16.00


U.S. CHOICE
BONELESS SIRLOIN TIPROASTS 5-9 LBS. PER LB 2.0
U.S.CHOICE 60Z. 8oZ. rsIon M
CBE ST 5 LB .0 I FOWLER STREETOPPOSITE NASSAU STADIUM

pmmm mmmmm mmmm mmmmemmm NATIVE
IPINDER'S FOOD MARKET I WHOLE CHICKENS lb. 85
MONTROSE AVENUE PHONE 2-4030 I
I OPEN SUNDAY MORNING 8 10 A.M. NATIVE CUT UP
U.S. CHOICE CHICKENS E89
A a u Ti -^UK i r am &A At I


lb. 7Z.J3

Ib. $2.39

Ib. $2.49

b. $1.19

I. $1.75
Ib. 990
lb. 99


1/2 GALS. 77

1/2 GALS. 771


95 c
$1.69
93c
2 for 49c
Asst. 79c
2 for 55c
85c


TROPI-CAL.LO
ORANGE DRINK
TROPI-CAL-LO
FRUIT PUNCH


VIVA TOWELS
DOUBLE DECORATED
SPRY 3 Ibs.
JIM DANDY GRITS 5 Ibs.
A & B SAUCE
GLADE AIR FRESHNER
SUCCESS RICE 8 oz.
CANA CORN ON COB


\\ COLGATE
o *"I TOOTHPASTE

SAVIE YOtR BOXr S


950


LIBBY'S
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE


VEL
DISHWASHING
LQUD 22OZ.


Uncle Ben's Rice 10 Ib. pkg
Bakerite Shortening 3 Ib. Can
Crakers Jacks 6 pkgs For
Champion Tomato Paste Large 2 Ior
Champion Pigeon Peas Large 2 For
Regal Malt Tonic Ctn.
Frozen Saralee Pound Cake


S4.19
$1.65
79c
89c
89c
$1.39
$1.25


Pinesol Disinfectant 28 oz. Bottle
Pinesol Bathroom Cleaner 17 oz. Can
Pinesol Cleanser 21 oz. Can


79C


46 OZ. CAN


JLalCE


LIBBY'S
PEACHES
HALVES
2' CAN
799


$1.25
98c
37c


U.S. CHOICE
SIRLOIN STEAK


US. CHOICE
TOP ROUND STEAK


7171 \ I'--


Centreville
Food Market
6th Terrace East P.O. Box 5714 Phone 5-8106
Store Hours Monday t3 Thursday 8 a.m. 8:30 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 8 a.-. 9 p.m.
Sun. 8 a.m. 10 a.m.
SPECIALS FOR AUGUST 1st TO AUGUST 4th.


Ib. $2.09

Ib. S1.99


U.S. CHOICE
BOTTOM ROUND ROAST lb. $2.19


U.S. CHOICE
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST


FAB
DETERENT


GIANT
SIZE
e9gc


Ib. $2.39


4 THE TRIBUNE ... WedOnely, July 31, 1974


MUTTON
U.S. CHOICE
PORK CHOPS


STEWING BEEF
BACON
U.S. CHOICE
T- BONE STEAKS


U.S. CHOICE
PORTERHOUSE STEAKS
U.S. CHOICE
PRIME BONELESS STRIP STEAKS


SIKWLU lir KUASI
U.S. CHOICE
STANDING RIB ROAST
U.S. CHOICE
STANDING RIB STEAK
U.S. CHOICE
CHUCK ROAST
NEW ZEALAND
LAMB LOIN CHOPS


SLICED BLOGNA Ib. 990


LAMB SHOULDER $1.10
PORK CHOPS $1.20


HAMBURGER
SPARE RIBS


LIBBY'St
ORANGE UICE
46 OZ.CAN 870


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TV sets.
RADIOS, CLOCKS, WATCHES,
JEWELRY, APPLIANCES, ETC...



BUT GET READY


FOR


A BIG, BIG


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over


IT'S EASY!


IT'S SIMPLE!

The San Andros Prizeman

will be LOOKING FOR YOU!
When he stops you if you're wearing your
button and/or your bumper sticker is I


displayed


. you are a winner and will


receive your free gift on the spotl


prizes


will be awarded this Friday and

Saturday including 6 TV sets.


You can win one or more of these beautiful gifts simply
by wearing this BUTTON wherever you go... and
displaying this BUMPER STICKER on your car at all times.


AND THERE IS NO LIMIT TO THE NUMBER OF FREE GIFTS THAT YOU CAN WIN

...SO WEAR THE BUTTON...DISPLAY THE BUMPER STICKER--AT ALLTIMES


GET LUCK Y Visit any of these San Andros brokers and get your FREE San Andros button and bumper sticker TOM
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* SAN ANDROS (BAHAMAS) LIMITED
Norllk GeuseS
P. 0. 0a N-oill
Nassau, Bahamas
>-1118
* PRANK C. CAREY REAL ESTATE LTD.
P. 0. ea N-47m
Namesu, Balee
1.767 er 2-4816
* OROSIAM PROPERTY LTD.
P. O. 11 N-1SN
i.,nu. E-


* COSMOPOLITAN REALTY
P. 0. Box N-4303
Kings Court
Nassuu Bahamas
S-7477
* BERKELEY FERGUSON REAL ESTATE
P O Box N.4271
Nassu. Bahamas
2.1238 or 2-4013


* BILL'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY LTD.
P.O. Box 5449 E S.
Shirley Street
Nassau. Bahamas
2-3921
* McDEIGAN & ASSOCIATES INVESTMENTS LTD.
P O. Box N 4503
Nassau. Bahamas
2.4284 or 2-2067
* DAVSON'S REAL ESTATE LTD.
P. 0 Box N-4648
Nassau. Bahamas
2-1178


* MAXWELL WOOIIODE REAL ERTATl
P. 0. Bet N-201
NMssu. Bahanma
* BRAYNEN & KNOWLES REAL ESTATE LTD.
P. 0. Be N-001
BriHtiM Coloen Arelr
Neasu. ahamma
2-.1M8
TY SAUNDERS REAL ESTATE LTD.
P. 3. soe N-46U
NMasa. Bahama
2-l481


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P.O. kBe P-.
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352-7841


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THE TRIBUNE - Wednesday, July 31, 1974


L


W'-F ATHE
^BAHAMIAN
SUPERMARKETS
If it's value you really want,
you really want Super VlueI


SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK AUGUST 1t, THROUGH AUGUST 4th, 1974.


"PUBLIC HOLIDAY..........................AUGUST MONDAY"


VALLEYDALE
PICNIC HAMS
Per Ib.


U.S. CHOICE
CHUCK ROAST
U.S. CHOICE
SHOULDER ROAST
i U.S. CHOICE
SHOULDER STEAK


U.S. CHOICE
RIB ROAST


U.S. CHOICE .
GROUND CHUCK


Per Ib


per Ib


per Ib


per Ib


per Ib


$1.09

$1.29

$1.39

$2.39


$1.49


ED PLUMS
Per lb.

69C

CARROTS
1-lb Bog
2 for

69e


LETTUCE


p


SPer Ib.

490


t~li


CALIFORNIA LEMONS


i )


5 for


5%0


KRAFT
GRAPE FRUIT JUICE


PARKWAY


SOFT MARGARINE


PHILADELPHIA


CREAM CHEESE


KRAFT
SLICED AMERICAN CHEESE


U


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SGalls.


$1.59


1-lb Pack


8-oz


12-oz


754


654


$1.29


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ALL T IS WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY

LCELE .MHU....E


WITH


SAVIXNOS


SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK AUGUST


SUPERMARKET
H it's value you reay want,
you rely want SuperValel


THROUGH AUGUST 4th, 1974.


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"PUBLIC HOLIDAY...........................AUGUST MONDAY"


BAHAMIAN
GROWN


Per Ylb
Per lb.


DUTCH PRIME
SPARE IBS


Per Ib.


-ADIC MEaAT


KAHN
SLICED BACON
KAHN
DELI CLUB BOLOGNA
KAHN
BEEF BOLOGNA
KAHN
ALL MEAT FRANKS
KAHN
PURE BEEF FRANKS


1-lb $1.09


8-oz

8-oz


694

754


1-IbPack $1.19


1-bPack $1.25


WISHBONE
DELUXE FRENCH DRESSING
GAINES
SUPREME CHICKEN
SCRUBEE
POT CLEANER
HAWAIIAN
PUNCH JUICY RED FRUIT & GRAPE
HEFTY
TRASH CAN LINERS
VLASIC
HOT DOG RELISH
VLASIC
SWEET RELISH
STA PUF
SOFTENER
NABISCO
FIG NEWTONS
OPEN PIT
BARBECUE SAUCE


16-oz
14-oz
3 Pack

46-oz
20ct.


10-oz

128-oz


16-oz

18-az


99


2/99t
3/994


: *


75,


$2.29

2/994

2/994
$159


99,

594


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CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS

MCKENZIE
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12 oz.


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GLADSTONE FAN
WHOLE CHICKENS


KRAFT
MACARONI
& CHEESE
DINNER 7 O o.
I ft # ft1k L


GLADSTONE FARM
CUT UP CHICKENS


Ib. 79C


QUICK FROZEN PATTIES U.S. CHOICE
FRESH GROUND SIRLOIN STEAK
NAMGII ER ANY SIZE PACKAGE $1.19 lb. T.SN COECE


II
LLSI


LIBBY'S 4
SPAGHETTI
& MEAT BALL:
24 oz.


GLADSTONE FARM
B-B-Q CHICKENS QUARTERS 1l. 890


SOLO
COLD CUPS


SPRY '
SHORTENING
1 3 lbs.
m a'


694


FRESH GROUND BEEF


JOY LIQUID
DETERGENT
KING SIZE


50


t. $1.09


WOOLITE
32 oz.


PAMPERS
DAYTIME


30's


PIGEON PEAS
10 oz.


COLGATE
TOOTH PASTE
MEDIUM

71c


SPRIGONE
INSECT SPRAY
20 oz.

99


^ CARNATIO
_P CREAM
MILK large


4


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MRS. FILBERTS
SOFT MARGARINE
t* I. ~1 b.
BOWL


BORDENS
YOGURT
8 oz.
L FLAVORS


4o


5,


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GOLDEN ISLES
WATER
GALLONS

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WE VALUE
YOUR.
BUSINESS
IMA#NY
THANKS


MRS PAULS
FISH
FILLETS


BAHAMIAN
DELIGHT
CONCH
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12


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HELL MAUnl-
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$1,


PURITY
BREAD
Large


Ib. $2.35
b. $2.49
lb. &9 AQ


TASTY BAKED CRABS 3pk.


NATIVE QUICK
FROZEN CONCHS


$2.65


SELECTED CALVES LIVER
HORMEL
BLACK LABEL BACON


lb. $1.39


Ib. $1.59
Ib. $1.19


rPHOSFERINEl
TONIC WINE
Qts. i


f LIBBY'S SLICED '
SLICED PEACHES
29 oz.


OPEN PIT
B-B-Q SAUCE
18 oz.

8S<


794


GRAVY
TRAIN


10 Ibs.


,.
mow
To


SNACK ""C1-
PACK
4 pk all Flavors.
9aj


KILN
CHARCOAL
(NATIVE) 10 Ibs.


WISE
POTATO CHIPS
TWIN PACK

95w


$


' HEINZ
CATCHUP
14 oz.


ORANGES


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6 oz.


CHOY
SHRIMP
CHOW MEIW


IS lb.
sv| sBAG
CARROTS
lb. BAGS



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OF CORN




---------------.
TO ASSIST YOU
S WE WELCOME
YOUR MEAT ORDERS
BY TELEPHONE -
S PLEASE DIAL
37897
SFOR ADVANCE SERVICE
WELCOME


REGURAR
POTATOES


ONIONS
AVAILABLE


TODDLER'
PAMPER'S


12's


$


5lb.


BAG


DID YOU KNOW
THAT B
SUPERMARKET
5% DISCOUNT
FULL CASE PU
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ON SODASTO
BUY CASE LOTW
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ATITTY RIGaTS RESERVED
PRICES OOD THURSDAY AUGUST 1 TIR SIUAMY AUGUST 4,1974.
W-D GROUND BEEF


B WmILE TSMAT


CAN
BAAJ <


LB.


PUNCH KING
SIZE DETERGENT


W-D SMOKED
PICNIC HAMS


CHUCK ROAST
LB 99


V.0. PORK i BEAB S


LB.79


HZ.
CAe


W-D TURKEYS.
6 TO 9-LB. AVG.


THREE STAR
OR
PLUMROSE
CORNED BEEF


MIT COCT


STOKELY
FRUIT COeKTAIL


12-0Z.
CAN


SSTOKLEY
CORN ON COB


4EAR
AIN


BB TOMATO PASTE


SIRLOIN STEAK..................... LB2.39
SIRLOIN
TIP ROAST ................... .......... 2.39
T-BONE A P. HOUSE STEAK .LB2.49
FULL CUT ROUND STEAK.... L1.89
DANISH
SPARE RIBS .......................... 8


LB. 79
N.Z.
LAMB SHOULDER CHOPS..... LB .9
FRESH
WHOLE FRYERS..................... 65
W-O ALL MEAT
BOLOG NA ...............................B. .99
W- ALL MEAT OR DINNER
FRANKS ........................... 99
W-D HICKORY SWEET
BACON .............................. 1.09


; k INTERSTATE CRINKLE CUT POTATOES
GREEN GIANT
CORN ON COB --


4 EAR 5.LB. BAG


DIXIANA
MIXED VEG. GRN. BEAN A
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MINUTE MAID FROZEN
LEMON JUICE


BBPIGEON PEAS


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GREEN PEPPERS


2 GREEN
PEPPERS

POTATOES


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MAXWELL HOUSE
INSTANT COFFEE


10-LB. BAG9


TOMATOES


5-LB.
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THE TRIBUNE Wednesday, July 31, 1974
--


Bug spray turns him on

By Abigail Van Buren
C 174 br ChiUc Trione-N. Y. New* Synd., Inc.
DEAR ABBY: I'd like to know if there is anything in
insecticide that could excite a man.
Arthur is 55-just the age most men start to slow down,
but he's still going strong. He gets especially aroused right
after he sprays our property for bugs.
I noticed it last year when we moved into this house. We
had ants and roaches, and right after Arthur sprayed he
started looking for me. tie would get so passionate that he
didn't care if I did my housework or even cook. Last year
was bad enough, but this year it's worse. On weekends he
sprays sometimes two and three times a day. It's really
getting me down.
We live in Florida. What brand of hug bomb will kill the
bugs down here without bringing out my husband's
manhood so strong?
He uses Raid, TNT and Rid-a-bug. and t he\ all have the
same effect on him. The brands that don't affect him don't
have any effect on the bugs either. Please help me.
TILLED
DEAR TIRED: My chemical experts know of nothing in
any brand of insecticide that will rejuvenate the waning
desire of man. If there were, we'd have a lot more dead bugs,
livelier husbands and tired wives.

Evergreen Real Estate Co.
MEETING YOUR EVERY REAL ESTATE NEED

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DEAR ABBY: These are the facts: Married 35 years to a
charming, talented, beautiful and loving wife. She is
generous and kind to animals, but she has one faulj which
drives me up a wall.
She has an uncontrollable urge to do the driving from the
passenger side of the front seat. Her blue eyes are focused
sharply on the road even before we pull away from the curb.
"Watch that man coming toward us! You're going too fast!
You're going too slow! He's trying to pass us! Don't change
lanes now! There's a stop sign ahead!"
Abby, I have had 50 years of accident-free driving
experience and I am a careful driver.
I have been wanting to take a drive up to Tahoe, down to
Carmel, or to some of the other lovely places in this area,
but I don't think I could tolerate a copilot.
I've thought of adhesive tape and blinders, but I just
couldn't. I love her too much. Any suggestions?
SAN FRANCISCAN
DEAR SAN: Driving from the passenger seat is done
impulsively and reflexively. You can't change her, and she
can't help it. Take a train, plane or a bus, but don't drive.
DEAR ABBY: Our daughter was married recently. After
the invitations went out, an out-of-town cousin wrote and
asked if I would make an overnight motel reservation for
her husband, herself and their two children, as they were
coming in for the wedding.
I made the reservation gladly. The day following the
wedding, when these relatives were checking out, I had a
phone call from the motel manager. He said these people
told him to send their bill to ME! I was shocked, but not
knowing what else to say, I said, "Yes. Send it, and I will
take care of it."
The bill showed lots of extra charges for room service and
long distance phone calls.
Abby, are the bride's parents expected to pick up the
motel tab for out-of-town guests? Or was I had?
STILL FUMING
DEAR STILL: You were had. If the bride's (or groom's)
parents can afford it, they sometimes pick up the tab for
out-of-towners. It's a lovely, gracious gesture, but never
expected.


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E TRIBUNE -. Wednesday, July 31, 1974
q- ---
-*CAIACAS, VENEZUELA
. DelePtes at the biggest
appeared to be on the
hreshold of a major Nine industry
breakthrough for drafting a developing count
future treaty on the use and presented the t
protection of the oceans. Nations Confere
FOR 3 Law of the
FOR 3i 19-article working
LAWN SERVICE serve as a negotia
FERTILIZE FUNGICIDE drafting a Sea Treat
PEST CONTROL The paper was
TROPICAL 22157 by Canada, Ch
India, Indonesia


ar breakthrough on sea treaty


ialized and
ries Monday
thirdd United
nce on the
Sea with a
ng paper to
tion basis for
aty.
put together
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NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any claims or demands against the above-named
fEstate are requested to send .the same duly
certifiedto the undersigned on or before the 26th
day of August, next.
And Notice is hereby also 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 and Substitute
Co-Executor shall then have had notice.


HIGGS & JOHNSON
Attorneys for the Executor and
Substitute Co-Executor


Mexico, New Zealand and
Norway and contains general
concepts regarding such
fundamental issues as
territorial seas, archipelagic
states, economic zone and
continental shelf.
The United States, the
Soviet Union, China, African
and other Latin American
nations were reportedly
studying the. paper and are
expected to formally state
their positions on the paper at
the conference later this week.
Some 5,000 official
delegates and observers
representing 148 nations began


the ten-week conference on
June 20, which is aimed at
turning out a global treaty on
the seas to benefit all nations.
But political bickering
between super-powers and the
so-called Third World
countries plagued the
conference from the start,
delaying concrete negotiations
on a treaty and causing bitter
disagreement amdnR part-
icipating countries.
As the conference crossed its
half way mark this week, J.
Alan Beesley, head of the
Canadian delegation, presented
the conference with the


nine-nation working paper and
extended "an invitation and
indeed a plea" to the other
delegations to begin tihe
"actual drafting of concrete
articles" of the Sea Treaty.
Hamilton S. Amerasinghe of
Sri Lanka, the conference
president, also urged the
delegates to at least reach an
agreement in Caracas on "basic
issues" facing the conference.
The working paper,
currently under consideration
in a special committee, states
that "the breadth of the
territorial sea shall not exceed
12 nautical miles to be


measured from the applicable
baseline."
"Except where otherwise
provided in these articles, the
normal baseline for measuring
the breadth of the territorial
sea is the low-water line along
the coast as marked on
large-scale charts officially
recongized by the coastal
state," the paper adds.
In other general provisions
for archipelagic states, the
paper proposed that "the
Sovereignty and rights of the
archipelagic state extend to the
air space over its archipelagic
waters as well as to the water
column, the seabed and subsoil
thereof, and to all of the
resources contained there in."
"Innocent passage of foreign
ships shall exist through
archipelagic waters," but the
paper recommends that
"further articles will be
required relating to the regime
and description of passage
through specified sea lanes of
the archipelagic waters."
Another highlight of the
paper refers to the economic
zone. The paper recommends
that "the Outer limit of the
economic zone shall not
exceed 200 nautical miles from
the applicable baselines for
measuring the territorial sea."
Although the paper states
that specific articles would also
be required in relation to the
economic zone, it provides that
"in the economic zone, ships
and aircraft of all states,
whether coastal or not, shall
enjoy freedom of navigation
and overflight subject to the
exercise by the coastal state of
its rights within the area, as
provided for in this
convention."
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The white witch of Jamaica


From Page 3
of Fleet to provide accommodation for his holiday tours out of
England.
While my wife was at the desk making arranginents for our
room I strayed to a book rack a few feet away. The rack was
filled with a collection of paper backs covering a wide range of
subjects.
Staring at me out of the rack was a book that bore the title:
"The Wild White Witch" with the sub-title: "She became a
witchcraft legend in the West Indies," by Peter Stafford. This was
the only copy in the rack.
At long last, here was my white witch story. I bought it and
read it through immediately.
I don't wonder now that Glanvill Benn thought my
Chickcharney story was tame.
This was a true story ..perhaps juiced .up by Stafford in the
telling ... of a beautiful young white woman of Jamaica who
revelled in sex and murder and blood-letting in the worship of a
heathen god.
Once a month ... at full moon ... in the dark underground
caverns of her hilltop castle ... she held a wild blood-letting orgy
of sex and murder in which young girls were sacrificed to the
heathen god and their blood was used to provide her with a bath.
She believed that the blood of maidens would preserve her
youth and beauty and stimulate her sex urges.
It's a wild and woolly story ... not the kind of story I like to
read ... but it is actually a part of the history of Jamaica because
it is alleged that it was the inhuman brutalities that she and her
overseer inflicted on the slaves at her castle ... some of whom
were offered up in her human sacrifices ... that led to an
island-wide uprising of slaves a couple of years before the
Emancipation Act was passed by the Parliament in Britain.
This article is a rambling sort of story into which I have
crowded many sidelights to the main story.
Most of this started only 16 years ago ... and it is startling to
realize what sweeping changes have swung across the face of the
earth during this short period of time.
Sixteen years ago Britain was still a great force in the councils
of the nations. No more. She has bowed out.
Sixteen years ago it was generally accepted that America was
the richest, most powerful nation in the world. Many Americans
still believe this to be true. But it is now clear that the future
holds a great question mark behind the destiny of the American
people.
Sixteen years ago the African freedom movement was just
getting into stride. With the prospect of Portugal now
relinquishing her African colonies ... just about all traces of
colonialism have been expunged from the Dark Continent.
Bustamante, Manley, Grantley Adams were the big names in
the West Indies. And in the Bahamas Stafford Sands held sway
with R. T. Symonette, the Christies, the Kellys, the Solomons,
the Pritchards and others still steeped in the belief that "it can't
happen here."
Only sixteen years ago .. and the whole world power structure
... the whole pattern of world society ... has undergone a
revolutionary change.
What does the future hold for any of us?
On my 75th birthday in February I declared that I will still be
around ... writing this column ... when I reach my century.
Maybe I will ... maybe I won't ... but quite frankly I am not
sure that I want to live through the changes that the next quarter
century will bring to the world.
I have served my time. It's been a lot of fun. Now I'm ready to
go ... any time my name is called out.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
The sublime and the ridiculous are often so nearly related that
it is difficult to class them separately. One step above the sublime
makes the ridiculous, and one step above the ridiculous makes the
sublime again. THOM A PArME


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BAHAMAS TELECOMMUNICATIONS
CORPORATION


SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME 1974

Bahamas Telecommunications Corporation is
expanding its continuing effort to develop
Bahamians to fill positions of responsibility in
BaTelCo in particular, and within the Bahamian
community generally.
In furtherance of this aim, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation is offering three
Scholarships toward qualification in the following
fields:
TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING

ACCOUNTING AND COMPUTER SCIENCES
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified
persons. All Applicants should be either in
University or College already or in receipt of an
acceptance or promise of an availability at a
College or University as of the academic year
beginning September, 1974.

Applicants should state the course they intend
to pursue and provide a Course outline for the
duration of the course and an approximate cost of
tuition, board and lodging etc.
The successful applicants will be expected to
secure two bonds executed by two sureties on his
or her behalf to ensure compliance with the terms
of the Scholarship. All applicants will be expected
to serve within BaTelCo for a minimum period
after completion of their studies.

Applications including a brig resume of the
Applicants background and experience should be
addressed to:


MR. M. S. A. TURNER,
ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER/
LEGAL & PERSONNEL AFFAIRS,
P. 0. Box N3048
NASSAU, BAHAMAS.
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C16283 C16257
FOR SALE NOW SEA BREEZE VICINITY. Lots.
Lots in the following areas at 70 x 550. $6.500. $400
Bargain Prices:- deposit. Balance financed
a) Golden Gates Estates 60 x $151. 80 month. 10% cash
100 Prices $5,000.00 discount. Tel 4-1141 any day
b) Millers Heights of night or 2-2794.
Carmichael Road 75 x 100 MORLEY & O'BRIEN REAL
Prices $4,000.00 ESTATE.
c) Sunset Park Carmichael
Road 60 x 100 Prices C16149
$4,000.00 BUILD ANYTIME. 70 x 100
d) Palmetto Estates Soldier lots. YAMACRAW BEACH
Road Prices $6,000.00 ESTATES. $75 deposit. From
All of the above lots are in $80 month. Private beach and
areas with electricity and water lake. No interest charges. Tel:
and surrounded by beautiful 41141 any day or night or
homes. Call today for 2-4148.
appointment to view. MORLEY & O'BRIEN REAL
BERKLEY FERGUSON ESTATE (BREA BROKERS).
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Phones 24913 21238 22614 C16270
CC16270
22615 P. O. Box N-4278, CITY PROPERTY with old
Nassau. Bahamian 2-storey house and
cottage in rear. Grounds 6500
C16267 sq.ft. Can finance.
House out East with and Bahamian 2-storey house and
without swimming oool. As cottage in rear. Grounds 6500
low as $60,000.00 and up. sq. ft. Can finance.
RIDGEWAY 3 bed 3 bath CITY PROPERTY Opp.
furnished semi-hilltop patio Daminaos Realty. Ideal large
front and rear. Garages & maid family 2-storey residence,
qtrs. With beach rights. Only Professional Offices, loads of
$67,500.00. parking. Only $115,000.00
Dial Damianos 22033, 22305, Dial Damianos 22033, evenings
41197. 41197.

C16247 C16246
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH SHOP, HOUSE and LOT.
HOUSE. Newly built. Nassau Hospital Lane. Phone 5;7879.
East. Landscaped, fruit trees,
Has to be seen to be FOR SALE
appreciated. C16269
For appointment to view, ON THE LAKE magnificent
please call tel. 42968, 41569. views, King size swimmingI
pool-dock, patios, no water
C16271 problems. Enclosed fruited
OUT WEST quality built grounds over an acre with
house, with four bedrooms 3 well kept furnished house with
baths, plus guest cottage three bedrooms three baths,
furnished, in excellent plus fully equipped self
condition. Kingsize swimming contained apartment, play
pool, patio, landscaped room with pool table, servants
grounds kept in good order and quarters, generator, gorgeous
condition. Ideal for high class kitchen and dining area. A
living and entertaining. A must must for the SOPHISTICATE.
for the Elite. Beach rights ligh class house in a high class
block away. NICK area. Magnificent views of the
DAMIANOS, 22033, evenings Lake.
41197. DAMIANOS
DAMIANOS REALTY CO.
C16067 LIMITED
BUY A LOT Dial 22033, 22307, eveings
IN SAN ANDROS 41197.
ALMOST 1/3 ACRE 16287
$35 down, $35 per month. Call C12
or visit If you have bought a piece of
FRANK CAREY lot previously and would like
Real Estate to enlarge your property by.
P.O. Box N-4764 buying an adjacent lot contact
Bill's Real Estate and more
Bay and DeveLax Streets than likely we have the
Telephone 27667-24815 property available or can get it
for you.
C16278 Also if you have a friend who
R A would like a lot in your area
FOR SALE ask him to call Bill's Real
2 Lots LITTLE HYDE PARK Estate.
$3800.00 each. Our phone number is 23921 or
for your evening convenience
Lot STAPLEDON on Christie 42856. Out of town customers
Street $6700.00 may write to 5449 MS.
Unfurnished house East of a
Seabreeze NEWLY BUILT 3 FOR RENT
bedrooms 2 baths, enclosed-- c
grounds. Asking $35,000.00. C16251
3 BEDROOM FURNISHED
Lot 100 by 241 East House. Twynam Avenue.
BayW I NTON Asking $300.00 Phone 5-4207.
Lot GROVE 130 by 90 C15882
d2th. y' $ by 90 TWO 2 bedroom apartments


SEABREEZE lot 127 by 100. C15921
One lot from Canal only LOVELY 2 bedroom
$6250.00. airconditioned apartment,
IAr m off B R Dundas Court, Pyfrom's
DIAL DAMIANOS 22033, Addition, Ma'ster T.V. antenna
22307,22305. and laundry room facilities.
enclosed parking area. For
C16279 information call 3-4953 or
BLAIR ESTATE. 3 bedroom 5-4258.
residence with saleable
adjacent lot Furnished. Own C15917
water supply. Double garage. 1 BEDROOM 1 bath
Roof patio. $72,000 Direct apartment, fully furnished and
sale. Further information, call ready for occupancy. Situated
21741-2, 74105. In Winton Highway. Prices vary
from $350 to $375 per month.
2 FOR SALE .Phone 2-1631, ":
LIVE AND EARN 4 bedrooms C15919
2 baths, furnished plus 1 COTTAGES and apartments
bedroom 1 bath self-contained monthly airconditioned, fully
apartment off BLAIR. furnished, maid service


Immediate occupancy. available. Lovely garden and
TRI-PLEX OUT WEST. swimming pool. Telephone
Income $4800 yearly sales 31297, 31093.
only $27,500.00. Needs
decorating. 1erms available. C 16281
DUPLEX-GARAGE Out ONE AND TWO bedroom
West. Live and earn two apartments for rent. Furnished,
bedrooms 1 bath, each air-cpnditioned, carpeted.
furnished. Asking $45,000.00 Centrally located. Phone
.DAMIANOS 22033, 22305, 23010.
41197 evenings. Better deals
since 1945. C16200
C16229 THREE BEDROOM
unfurnished house, centrally
Large Lot Sea Breeze Estate located. Call 5-4347 after 8
Price $6,300.00 Terms p.m.
Available. ______
1 Residential and 1 C16277
Commercial Lot Little Hyde STORE ON MACKEY
Park $4,500.00 and $5,500.00 STREET SOUTH., In good
Respectively. business location. Suitable for
Lots over 6,000 sq. ft. New shop or office, Phone 28086
Subdivision Bernard Road shop or
$400.00 down 5 years to pay. C16289
Lots available In Glenlston ONE THREE BEDROOM,
Gardens at reasonable Prices.. two bath, airconditioned
A Few choice Lots left In furnished home, Queen's
Golden Gate low down Road, Nassau East. Phone
payment and easy monthly 54684 or 2-3750.
Instalments.
Several nice lots in Blair
Estates. C16293
Large lot on Soldier Road near COLONIAL MANOR
Village Road. APARTMENTS. Collins Ave.,
2 Commercial lots in Palmdale. 2nd. Terrace. FurnIshed, 1
Corner lot in Englarston bedroom, airconditioned
$16 o 00.0 apartments with swimming
For Information on any of th pool and laundry facilities.
&b" or o an y type of Rest ALSO Large furnished two
atW ay typrequire ca Rl bedroom town house. Same
LE 111ate iit you require 21 location. Phone 28808,
s' ms tat, 23921. between 10 am. 1 p.m.
1 I


C16294
SHOP, 28' x 30' on corner of
Market and McPherson Streets,
just south of St. John's
College. Phone 22228 Days,
42111, Evenings.
C16261
ONE BEDROOM APART-
MENT. Completely furnished.
Wall-to-wall carpeting,
air-conditioning, master TV
and laundromat. Off Shirley
Park Avenue. $200 per month.
Phone 54684. P. O. .Box
N-1692.

FOR SALE
C16264
NEW 4-PIECE bedroom suite.
$290. Soldier Road, south off
Robinson Road, first corner
on left, first house. After 6
p.m.


C16253
Pioneer 747 Receiver
PL-12D Turntable
4 DBT Speaker Systems
containing 12"/5"/32"
speakers in each box.
Phone 3-2701 between 9 a.m.
and 11 a.m.

C16212
1 Completely hand done
Spanish Desk
1 Hand carved end table made
in Spain
1 High chair
1 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.

CARS FOR SALE

C16288
YAMAHA 50cc in good
condition. Nearest $150.00.
1971 ESCORT automatic,
recently resprayed. $1250.00
phone 7-7918.

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.

C16290
TRIUMPH TOLEDO 1973. In
good condition. Price $1,800
phone 42471.

ARTS AM CRAFTS

"16254
Be part of us
ARTS AND CRAFTS
FESTIVAL
information at
I.CHING BOOK SHOP
Ernest and E. Bay Street.

CRAFT S-PPLES

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

z I1M TO B
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


MARINE SUPPLIES


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.

C11894
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.

A STEAL


C16262
1 24' REINELL 1973 with
225 H.P. stemdrive. Less than
a year. Beautiful Boat
including camper top, etc.
Must see to appreciate. $9,500.
O.N.O. Phone 51884.


C15950 L15922
FOR the very best in Exercise WAN1
Equipment, Natural Health Experien
Food and Vitamins, visit 40 hoi
Wong's Health Food Store, working
Mackey Street. BAHAIM
Exercise Equipment Sales Field.
and Rentals.
C16174
IF you,
ENTERTAINMENT a high s
driver's
C16275 leaning
SUMMER BLOSSOMS JOB O
A Variety Show Box Ni
in aid of
Ranfurly Home C16239
on Sat., 3rd August COMPA
at 8:00 p.m. in the required
Governor's Hall on. Mu
Sheraton British Colonial willing
C16238 on duty
SETTLER's PUB & INN in own h
Beaumont Arcade, Bay Street Adv, C1
Telephone 5.9739 c/o The
TWO BANDS NIGHTLY P. O. Bo
Nassau.


The Nassauvians
The Electric Circle.
OPEN TILL 4: a.m.

I ANNON MENTS I
C16241
FEES
NASSAU CHRISTIAN
SCHOOLS FIRST TERM
FEES 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

FOUND
C16284
HAS ANYONE IN THE Village
Road area lost a large male
dog? Black with some white
markings. Found on Sat. July
20th. Please call 31837 or
42234.



C16263
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THIS IS to notify the public
that Mr. REGINALD
WILLIAMS, above, is no longer
authorised to collect payments
on behalf of Garden Hill
Estates Limited and Pinewood
Gardens Limited.


CARD OF THANKS
C16282












I-I


THE FAMILY OF THE late
Mr. DAVID MILLER wish to
express their sincere thanks
and gratitude to the many
friends and relatives for their
kind words of sympathy and
floral arrangements during
their recent bereavement.
Special thanks to Dr. Dupuz,
Nurse Powells, Evangelist Tom
Roberts, Evangelist Frank
Perry, and Evangelist Oswald
Inoraham. Also Mr. and Mrs.
McArthur Knowles.
Left to mourn: His wife, Mrs.
Mary Miller.


SCHOOLS
C 15884
LEWIS AUTO SCHOOL
Learn to drive with confidence.
Phone 59805 between 7 and
9:30 p.m. or 3-5084 anytime.

I 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/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must be a certified welder
capable of performing
horizontal, vertical and
overhead welding, brazing and
cutting of any material using
gas and electric welding
equipment.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
Freeport, Grand Bahama.


INassau.

C15381


TED IMMEDIATELY
nced C";. t Pressman,
urs per week, good
conditions. Apply
IAS PRINTING, Oakes


are between 18 and 20,
school graduate, have a
licei -c have artistic
and feminine. Write:
OPPORTUNITY, P. O.
470, Nassau, Bahamas.


ANION HELP
for elderly lady, live
t be well educated arnd
when necessary to be
long hours. State reply
handwriting to:-
6239,
Tribune,
x N-3207,


JOB TITLE: GENERAL
FOREMAN YARD AND
QUARRY
MINIMUM EDUCATE,
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: Person nrel
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100,
reportr, Grand Bahama

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






BUSINESS i

r ggggie


ALARMS/SECUPR T
Iuour Winds I (d
Write: o\ N4' 'lh 5 2124
l.ow\ Asl.Mar .ervicvs I'P. 1 2042
National Sercrl,1y Sviin l%
I'll. 59719

ANTENNAS
Islllid ItV lPh 2 26I

AUTOMOTIVE
l.uca, s H iateries
llav Stret (;;Ir.age PIh. 2-2434
I'raliisi. i ,,r I J l|,11s%
Shill Actionl, Slitlln Ih'l. 5 2000
BOOKSTORE
I lie (hrloisti Ilk
Slhinp Ph. 5 -744

BUSINESS FORMS
I cxcutive
Pritiers Ph. 2 421 7/ 1 4011

KITCHEN CABINETS
(.' I lrniturl P|i. 1 1120

CAMERAS
Jlhn ull I'll. 2-42S2/3
DOWNTOWN PARKING
Montlihh al e .it S
I'lhon- 2-4727(d.%. ) 7 7317(iuile)

ENTERTAINMENT
Atidi,, VislI& i a,,vie.,
I lln & I .Ilipi. Serv, b v I'h. 22 15 7

FLORISTS
Islaiid I hris I'll. 2 2702/5-5419


TV REPAIRS
Channel Ilrctrotic.s Ltd.lh. 3-5478

TRUCKING
Jollnston's
Trucking & Landscapr I'h. 5-9574
TVPEWRITC DC Oad ,


-- rr.vrl irn Rc AIR
GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES Junior ll I'h. -44
lunio Hrtl el Ph. S-1044
Mduerllilic (.ardlen I' et
Madeira Sliopping I'il/t. 'h.2-2868 U
.. ...... *.................. UPHOLSTERING
Nasaiu (;irdein & Pe
Montris Avriecu I'h. 2-4259 Eddic's Opholslerilng Ph. 5-9713
mm mmmm mmM -mmmmmm m
FORW TE ACTION V IWANT



Shop Nassau Merchano
kw&rJ klkI


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i I I


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.

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.


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/RESPONSIBI LITIES:
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.






PROFESSIONAL




Time







C 2MtI EX.5S

2 Linh fCtU'r.

SaVE NEY <

HURRICANE AWNINGS
John S. eorge I'h. 2-8421/6
LAUNDRY&DRY CLEANING
Ne O)rirntall Laundry Ph. 2-4403
MEATS
Iicco Mr ets
Wlhlhealk HRetail I'h. 5-9719

MEN'S WEAR
I jluhi,, lltt Lid. Ph. 2-2376/7

OPTICIANS
()ptic.;l Services Ltd. I'h. 2-3910/1

PAPER
('u.*iu i-rcial I'alperlhit usc I'l. 5-9731
PRINTING
W, 's I'ri0initg Ih'. S-4506
I xcilihvc
'riners I 'h. 2-4267/5-401 I

RUBBER STAMPS
Wliongs I(ilhrhr S liups 'llh. 5-4506
rt, rrih, ,n I'ht. 2-1986

SPORTS GOODS
i.hanipiii Sp ,orts Land I'h. 2-1862

TRAVEL
I'hyt Itirs I'h. 2-2931/7
I. II. (i.urr7& ";." I'h. 2-8681/7


I Good basic education
C15395 MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:
JOB TITLE: POWER
JSo TI TLE: POWER 5-10 years. Must,-ave good
STATION OPERATOR bkground of electrical
MINIMUM EDUCATION: background of electrical
Good basic education theory.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 2-3 DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
ears power plant experience. Coordinate and supervise the
Electrical background will be electrical maintenance
an asset.activities including shop and
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: field sources, in providing
Operates turbines, boilers and repair, maintenance,
related equipment to service installation, inspection and
plant needs. Operates testing service for the entire
switchboard to regulate plant.
generation of electricity as NTERESTED APPLICANT
demand increases or decreases. CONTACT: Personnel
Regulates contlnnous flow of Department, Bahama Cement
current to sub-station for Company, P. O. Box F-100,
distribution. Communicates Freeport, Grand Bahama.
with mill men when adding or C15401
dropping raw or finish mills. Live-in MAID to take
INTERESTED APPLICANT care of 4 small children and do
CONTACT: Personnel general housework, $30.00 per
Department, Bahama Cement week Write to: P. 0. Box
Company. P. 0. Box F-100, F837 or call 352- 2231,
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Freeport.


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C15396 C16225
JOB TITLE: ELECTRICAL
FOREMAN
MINIMUM 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. RALPH BROWN
INTERESTED APPLICANT 34263 59368
CONTACT: Personnel BAHAMAS UPHOLSTERY
Department, Bahama Cement Adderley's Addition.
Company, P. O. Box F-100, Rebuilding, Repairing,
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Refinishing.
17 years experience.
C15399 FREE ESTIMATES
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT
REPAI RMAN C15887
MINIMUM EDUCATION: FOR YOUR BUILDING
Diploma in instrumentation NEEDS AND CRANE HI RE
preferred but not essential. see:-
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5 ISLAND BUILDERS LIMITED
years industrial instrumenta- P. O. Box 6285 ES
tion experience. Phone 3-1671 3-1672.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBI CITIES:
Install, repair, calibrate, test 't-15888
and adjust any type of BACKHOE FOR HI RE
integrating, indicating or Need a septic tank or trenching
graphic electrical or mechanical done?
instrument. Call: CARL G. TREC
INTERESTED APPLICANT CONTRACTORS LTD.
CONTACT: Personnel 2-4996or 5-8725
Department, Bahama Cement
Company, P. O. Box F-100, C15891
Freeport, Grand Bahama. MASTER TECHNICIANS LTD
Mackey Street
C16280
EXPERIENCED gardener and YO UT WHIRLPOOL
handyman to live in. Phone DISTRIBUTOR OFFERS:-
53086. Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers,
Compactors, Freezers, Ice
C16285 Makers, Air Conditioners and
CITRUS CARETAKER and Garbage Disposers.
Vegetarian (Horticulturist). With full warranty on every
6-day week. Interested persons home appliance we sell
should apply to Dorothy L.
Atwood Ltd. Agent for Mr. Service done by factory t gained
Alexis Nihon. Call Telephone mechanics. Telephone 23713,
28763, 9-5 daily. 59322.

C16295 C15885
Personal Private Secretary with SEWING MACHINES
knowledge of French and PARTS AND REPAIRS
Personal accounting to manage ISLAND FURNITURE
household, handle private COMPANY
correspondence and accounts, P. O. Box N4818,
travelling arrangements Dowdeswell and Christie Streets
internationally, social
engagements and entertaining Telephone 21197, 23152.
arrangements requiring
knowledge of protocol. C15886
Applicant should be over 45 C. W. BILL) PEMBERTON
years and have at least 10 years FOR: INSURANCE
experience. Life, Fire Hurricane.
Apply in writing to Box Motor, etc.
N3937, Nassau. Telephone 52539
Malton House
P. O. Box N1014
Collins Avenue.


GRAND BAHAMA


CLASSIFIED


ANNOUNCEMENTS HELP WANTED
C15913 C15392
SHAWNEE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY:
Daily Service between West Experienced in convention
Palm Beach and West End. For work, group tours and travel
reservations call The Gnrad experience. Able to handle
Bahama Hotel (Ext. 5). correspondence for three (3)
managers on her own. Typing,
HELP WANTED shorthand and dictaphone
experience necessary. 3-5
C15381 years. Police record, health
JOB TITLE: GENERAL certificate and letters of
FOREMAN YARD AND reference required.
QUARRY TELEPHONE TECHNICIAN:
MINIMUM EDUCATION: Maintenance and repair of
Good basic education. 1,000 telephone sets, including
Experience in quarry underground cables and PBX
excavating and mining and raw central office. Should have
material handling, knowledge of telephone sets,
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 35 cable and crossbar office.
years. Should have 5 years of central
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: office and 15 years of outside
Supervise activities of a plant. Sober and reliable. Must
limestone quarry and crusher be able to work under own
including; loading of limestone supervision. Police certificate
into 30 ton trucks, hauling to required.
crusher, operation of Interested persons apply:
hammermill crusher, conveying GRAND BAHAMA HOTEL,
crushed limestone and sand to WEST END, GRAND
storage silos by belt conveyor BAHAMA, Personnel Office,
to maintain necessary slurry between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
stock, loading crusher and and 3:00 p.m., Monday
gypsum from stockpile to belt through Friday. Mailing
conveyor to transport to Address: 158 Port Road, West
storage silos and overall general Palm Beach, Fla. 33404. Elon
supervision of the yard crew. Martin, Jr., Personnel Director.
INTERESTED APPLICANT
CONTACT: Personnel
Department, Bahama Cement C15396
Company, P. O. Box F-100, JOB TITLE: ELECTRICAL
Freeport, Grand Bahama. MINIMUM EDUCATION:
MINIMUM EDUCATION:


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THE TRIBUNE -Wednesday, July 31, 1974

HELr MtNTED HELP
C15399 C15397
JOB TITLE: INSTRUMENT JOB TI'
REPAIRMAN PAYLOAD
MINIMUM EDUCATION: MINIMUM
Diploma in instrumentation Good basc
preferred but not essential. Gd basc
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: 3-5, MINIMUM I
years Industrial instrument- years.
action experience. DUTIES/RE
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Operates p
Install, repair, calibrate, test limestone
and adjust any type of charge clinki
integrating, indicating or materials int
graphic electrical or mechanical INTERESTI
instrument. CONTAC
INTERESTED APPLICANT Department
CONTACT: Personnel Company,
Department, Bahama Cement Freeport, G
Company, P. 0. 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.
C15400
OPERATING ENGINEER
Co-ordinate, supervise and
participate in pre-com-
missioning activities of refinery
process units including
flushing, testing, inspection
and plant check-up. B.S. in
Mechanical or Chemical
Engineering or equivalent. At
least 5 years start-up or
operating experience with
refinery and petrochemical
units preferred.
Written applications only.
including experience resume
ond salary history to:
BADGER PAN AMERICA,
INC., P. 0. Box F-2452,
Freeport.


I


WANTED

TLE: (THREE)
:R OPERATORS
EDUCATION:
education


EXPERIENCE: 2-3
SPONSIBILITIES:
ayloader to load
into trucks and
er, gypsum and raw
to feed system
ED APPLICANT
T: Personnel
, Bahama Cement
P. 0. Box F-100,
rand Bahama.


C15404
1 STAGE MANAGER: Must
be able to read theatrical show
music and have experience in
stage operations and theatrical
activities. The position is a
responsible one and applicants
should be reliable and have
some interest in show business.
Five (5) years experience, good
references and Police
Certificate required.
Applicants should apply in
person to: The Personnel
Department Bahamas
Amusements Limited (El
Casino) International Bazaar,
P. O. Box F-787, Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

C15402
Live-in MAID wanted Holmes
Rock area. Call West End,
Butler and Sands, ext. 218.
** ----- -
C15403
Live-in MAID. Contact: Arnold
Pinder, High Rock, Grand
Bahama.
C16292
WANTED FOR FREEPORT
10 metal cutters. 3 years
experience with references.
Telephone 352-7710.


1-311

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OKin. Ftr Sy. nc e. Inc.. 1974. ld ,Ih v1.
"The boss is joining them, but I don't I
purpose of enjoying any of their joke


CARROLL RIGHTER'S

'HOROSCOPE
from the Carroll Righter institute
S/ GENERAL TENDENCIES: Delays and
obstacles may keep you from gaining the
progress you planned, but later there is a good chance you will
be able to make up for lost time if you continue your efforts
into the evening hours when conditions improve.
ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Taking risks where career or
credit matters are concerned could mean quite a loe to you
today. Do work conscientiously. Then have a fine time in p.m.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Get added data before
putting good ideas in operation. Listen to views of a new
acquaintance which seem fantastic during day, but clarify
themselves by evening.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Don't waste time handling
any responsibilities you have, or you could get into serious
trouble. Then delve into fascinating new avenues of fortune.
Don't fight with mate.
MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Keep promise
made during day. Don't be too critical of some public affair
that may come up suddenly. Better understanding comes in
p.m.
LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) A co-worker may be rather
forceful but go along with ideas, since they are good. Then
take it easy tonight. Plan how to improve appearance,
clothing, etc.
VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Improve your system for
efficiency and added income. Don't talk back to mate who is
irritable. Out for a good time tonight.
LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Avoid arguments at home
which could turn into a battle royal. Then the evening can be
happy for entertaining there. Labor at whatever will add to
present security.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Be careful in motion of any
kind during day, including driving. Enjoy recreation with
congenials tonight. Business reports are extremely important.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) By following
suggestions of experts in business, you can make your life
more affluent with a bit of extra effort. Don't be too
independent.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You may feel quite
depressed because things are not going quite right for you, but
by evening all starts to turn in the opposite direction.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You are worried during
the day, but don't lose your temper and by evening all starts
to smooth out nicely. Improve your health and all looks
brighter.
PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) A friend can be disappointing
during day, but then comes through just fine with help in p.m.
The social is not right for you during day, but in evening is
ideal.
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .. he or she will be
literally born discontented, inclined to fight over every little
thing, so teach early to be harmonious with others and give the
right spiritual training as well as the proper diet. Then the life
becomes serene and successful and the happiness desired will
be achieved, also a happy marriage. The nature is definitely a
practical one, so don't try to turn your child into a parlor fly.
"The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of
your life is largely up to YOU!


uOW any
Si words of
f o uor letters
A G or Imore call
you m hake
front the
I L lettersI .hownI
rn- there? III
n aI klI na
word. P a ch
letter in at y
think it's for the he u s~d oe
Sron n t. ;ela:ll
word must contain the large


letter, and there must be at
least one eliht-letter word In the
list. No plurals; no foreign words:
no proper names. TODAY'S
TARG(ET : 20 words, good;
.w words, very goodn: 33 words,
excellent. Solution tomorrow.
YVSTERI)AY'S SOLUTION :
C'oot cost oate covet COVETOUS
cute oust scoot 'cot scout sent
scute sect soot stove snet vest
veto vote.


NOTK
NOTICE is hereby given that DEGRACE SYLVINA
CULMER of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 31st day, of
July 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MERLE MERVIN
INGRAHAM of Freeport, Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 31st day of
oJuly 1974 to The Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
P NNassau. 0 N



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MYRTLE JOSEPHA
BALFOUR of P. O. Box N-5298, 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 31st day of July 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs,
P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LEROY FRANKLIN
CLARE of P. O. Box F-2268, Freeport, Grand Bahama is
applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration as a citizen of The Bahamas,
and that any person who knows any reason why
registration should not be granted should send w written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 31st day of July 1974 to The Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs,
P. 0. Box N-3002, Nassau.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that LEAH H. COLTON of P. O.
Box F-2447, Freeport, Grand Bahama is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any
person who knows any reason why registration should not
be granted should send a written and signed statement of
the facts within twenty-eight days from the 31st day of
July 1974 to The Minister responsible for" Nationality and
Citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs, P. O. Box N-3002,
WNas au. 0 +


-MONW


NOTICE ifs itay ga s thi W ,IAM l (VEMILAN
BALARO) of Cam~r tg t t. ply to the
Minister re iSle I nay Citi0and fwor
naturallmtai u a 4tlatn *9 The M and that any
pwoen w who oo any a why W4l tioM1tM 0d1
not be raned sdhud a written ad siged statement
of t he acts wt hn twMiyt M days fr there 31t day of
July, 1974 to the Minister resonsibl for Nationalty and
Ctinishtp, Mntry oo f HOr AffirP. 0. Box N-3002.




NOTICE
NOTICE I hereby iven that MISS CLSTORA CLARIBEL
GRNof WOOK ofs Sht. N HMBhts ap g to Bahamas ir
apnslyin to at i Mnlistry ranCitible for Nationaity rand
Clizenship. for ngistratlon/lnturelirtion as a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any ponpon who know any reason
whs y rstration /nturalisration should not be granted
should send a written and signed statement of the facts
within twenty-oight days from the 24th day of July 1974
to The Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
Ministry of Home Affairs, P.O. Box N 3002, Nassau.













nows any reliatio should not be gistrantedon should senot a grnitted
should sand writn and sondigned statementmt of the facts within twentyeght days
within twntyight dys from the 31st dady of July 1974 to The Minister responsible
to The Miotlt responsible tonp, Ministry of ndome Affairs,
Ministry of Home Affairs. P.O. Box N.3002. NNasau.




NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that VAILIOS MAILIST PRRER
of Crooked Islan ast, Bahaas s ao lying to the Minister
responsible for Natio ty and pons hip, for Natonlity and
Cn asiztipen of ThBuralhtias and that an person whoa
anknows any rean w ho knows any reson hya d
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failing -Thompson


By Gladstone Thurston
EVERY FORM of govern-
ment and every form of
organisation and planning that
is being used today to
effectively handle sports is
failing, Sidney Thompson.
executive chancellor of the
'newly formed New Providence
Basketball Association charged.
"There is an imperative need
for an example, someone who
can point the way out of this
confusion and strife," he said.
"In the world of sport, there is
much division. Everyone is
concerned about getting for
himself. No one it seems is,
concerned about giving,
helping, sharing and serving."
It is because of these factors
that he has formed the new
Association which he terms
"an educational service in the
public interest." Presently,
they are conducting an
island-wide basketball tour-
ament involving 20 clubs.
"This Association is indeed
unique," he said. "It applies
the right and proper methods
of planning and organization."
The N.P.B.A. is not associated


False support
EDITOR, The Tribune,
I am concerned about our various sporting organizations.
whose chief aim is to drain the pockets of public spirited
citizens who patronise the games and raffles continually
throughout the year.
Whenever a national team is chosen then we hear the cry
we have no funds!
How can this be, when they receive such great support?
I strongly suggest some responsible agency be set up to
save the public from this awful abuse of trust in these
sporting organizations, who drain our pockets and destroy
the good efforts of our fine athletes.
P.M. BOW E


with the Bahamas Amateur
Basketball Association and
does not intend to become so,
presently.
"It would be impossible for
us to set the right example
the pattern that is such a vital
need now, if we were strung up
on someone else," he said.
Thompson who is also coach
of the Schlitz/Pabst Beer
Basketball Club of the
B.A.B.A. stressed his concern


Child's play


GENIUS OR CHILD
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to describe 4% year old Al
Seymour, one thing is certain.
Chess is on the way up in
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4th Annual Pan American
Junior Championship comes
to the Bahamas in 1977, we
will be ready to take top
honours.
Al Seymour is probably
playing as well as Bobby
Fischer did when he was a
child; and already he


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Kenneth Adderley, Bahamas
Olympic representative
Selwyn Ramcharran, and his
10-year old sister Antoinette
Seymour, how he defeated
his father Warren Seymour in
I5 moves.
The game was a variation
of the open defence against
the famed Ruy Lopez
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about sponsorship which he
feels is just another method of
advertisement.
"They are only using the
amateur players to make
money," he asserted. "They
are only concerned about whal
they can get. not what they
can give."
He spoke vehemently of
business companies that force
amateur players to wear on tlhe
backs of their uniforms, those


companies' names of those of
products that they sell.
"They are not concerned
about helping the development
of sports in this esuntry at all."
S5.000 in advertisement
revenue. Thompson said, is
made by a sponsor who spends
5500 equiping a team.
"Such is the case in every,
sport." he observed, emphas-
i/ing imperative need for an
example.
Ihompson challenged all
Business Ilouses. Merchants
aind Banks in the nation to
bring positive fruits of their
interest it they claim that their
programmine is for the
deielopient of sports in the
coui ntry.
M\r I-dward Carey, official
ot the B A.B.A. in his address
luring this year's convention
stressed .a similar point.
Sponsorship in basketball over
ihe past 13 years, he said, has
developed an attitude in
play ers that is not conducive to
the betterment and advance-
inent of amateur sports.


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B \HAIMAS' marathon swim
champ Andy Knowles has
earned the University of
Miami's 'scholar athlete award'
for his outstanding per-
formance on the school's team,
Dr. Hlarry C( Mallios. assistant
director of athletics for
academic affairs announced.
Slhe award has been
established to give recognition
to the student -athlete in each
sport who attains the highest
scholastic average for the year
while participating as a
tmeber ot a U.M. athletic
teamn.


NI W YORK The St.
Louis Cardinals rode the power
of Reggie Smnith to within one
game of the National League
I tst lead last night.
Smith drove in all the runs
as tile Cards beat the first-place
Phillics 4-3.
Smith's second home run of
the game and 15th of the
season was the clincher,
corning whith a man on and one
out in the eighth inning after
the Phillies had taken a 3-2
lead with ai pair of runs in the
seventh.
IIsewhere iln the National
Iceague. Pittshbiigh beat New
York (-0 in the opecnei of a
doublelhader and then the
MIets wson 4-3. San Francisco
edged AtIlanta h-3 in 12
inniris: I H stone downed
(incinnali 8-4; and the
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trophy

awards
By LYNDA CRAWLEY

Twenty Five awards. were
presented last Friday night to
the most valuable players of
the Independence sports
tournaments.
The awards were made at a
cocktail party given by the
Bahamas Federation of
Amateur Sports Association at
the home of Minister of Works
Simeon Bowe.
Floating and keepsake
trophies were donated by the
Ministry of Education and
Culture, who along with
B.F.A.S.A. plan to make this
event an annual affair. The
names of the M.V.P.'s each
year will be inscribed on the
floating trophies which will be
on display at the Ministry of
Education and Culture.
Trophies were presented to
the players on Friday night by
Mr. Durward Knowles.
sportsman of the year, and
Margaret Albury, sportswoman
of the year. Also on hand for
the presentations were, Mr.
Sinclair Outten, Permanent
Secretary for the Ministry of
Education and Culture, and Dr.
Norman Gay, M.P. and
president of B.F.A.S.A.
Awards were presented to:
Tammy Cole, aquatics: Sterling
Symonettc, basketball; Bradley
Wood, baseball; Mike Sands,
Shonell Ferguson and Austin
Albury, athletics; Walker
Sawyer, boxing; Raymond
Morley, amateur cycling; Bert
Musgrove. professional cycling;
Jim Duncombe and Beryl
Higgs, golf.
Anita Doherty; Panzy
Johnson and Vangy Bowleg,
softball: Dianne Nguyen and
Robert Weatherhead, squash;
David Ferguson, soccer; Sandra
Miller and Bradley Demeritte,
tennis; Hatty Moxey and Lesne
Cartwright, volleyball and
Martin Whittingham, yacht-
ing.


Knowles' award carriers with
it a commemorative plaque
which will be given to him
during a special awards
banquet held annually by the
Athletic Director's office.

Just prior to the end of the
1973-'74 school year, Knowles
was named 'most improved
swimmer.' and he also got
credits for being the most
punctual and hardest worker.
Andy was the Bahamas
Federation of Amateur Aqua-
tics' Independence Most
Valuable Player.


Chicago 4-3 in 10 innings.
In the American League,
Detroit downed Boston 7-5;
Cleveland beat Baltimore 8-6,
Minnesota topped Kansas City
11-9; and Milwaukee nipped
the New York Yankees 2-1 in
10 innings in the opener of a
doubleheader. They also won
the second game, 4-0.
In West Coast night games,
Andy Messersmith and Mike
Marshall combined on a five
hitter as the Los Angeles
Dodgers beat San Diego 8-0 in
the NL: Bill Melton hit a
two-run homer and Ed
Hermann a bases-empty blast
in the 10th as the Chicago
White Sox heat California 3-2,
and Gene Tenace and Reggie
Jackson led Oakland's 11-3
rout of Texas with two homers
each in the Al. (AP)


HEINEKEN STARS


SOAR TO


TOP AGAIN


By Gladstone Thurston
HEINEKEN'S sensational
Stars tallied eight winning runs
off six productive hits in their
sixth and seventh victorious
innings taking a 9-6 win against
Taylor Industries and once
again the top spot in the
Majestic League of the
N.P.S.A.
Having been held to just one
run over five innings, the Stars
ripped through losing hurler
John Rolle for five sound
safeties culminating in James
Rolle's bases loaded bunt that
scored winner Oswald Sweeting
with the tying run.
Being among the top
hitting-pitchers in the league,
Sweeting showed his worth in
the following frame when he
beat out an infield hit that
scored leadoff batter Dewitt
Johnson with the go ahead run.
Young all-rounder Lionel
Neeley followed with another
run-scoring hit and, although
Sam Adderley ventured into a
fielder's choice, it brought
home Greg Fisher with the
third run of that inning
constituting a goal nowhere
within Taylor's grasp.
In the bottom of that fatal
seventh, they could do nothing
but fly out helplessly. In
defence of their Majestic
League pennant, Taylor's
suffered their fourth loss in
five played.
Coming off a 5-2 set back to
Bahamas Customs Sunday,
Taylor's seemed well on their
way to ending their losing
streak having teed off on
Sweeting for six challenging
first inning runs.
However, super defence held
them in check for the
remainder of the game while
"O" Sweeting kept ordinance
on the mound.
Actually. Rolle matched
Sweeting's performance until
the climactic sixth when the
Stars hit themselves out of the
doldrums.
HEINEKEN STARS
ab r h rbi
L. Neeley S 0 3 2
L. Lockhart 4 0 0 0
S. Adderley S 0 1 1
A. (lover 1 0 0 0
J. R lle 1 0 0
C. Robinson 4 1 1 1


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G. Kisher 2 1 1 i
O. Sweeting 2 1 1 1
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U. Bain 3 1 0
G. Rahming 4 1 0
A. Thompson 4 1 1 0
J. McPhee 4 0 1 0
J. Role 3 1 1 O
E. Higgs 3 1 i
B.Weech 3 0 0 0
. Weech 3 0 0 0

Mavis Bowleg's two hitter
was ably backed up by her
two-run/three rbi bat paving
the way for Del Jane Queen's
18-3 victory over Becks
Raiders in the first game of last
night's N.P.S.A. series.
With ample offensive
backing coming from Mavis'
sister Vangie and third sacer
Cynthia Pratt, Del Jane wiped
out a slim two point deficit
and crammed 13 runs in the
fourth and fifth innings to win
their fifth in as many played.
Vangie who collected two
hits from her four at bats
scored one and knocked in
two. Pratt also went two for
four. She scored two and
knocked in two more.
Linda Gaitor's rbi double in
the top of the first innings
scored Cloretta Cargill with
Becks' first run of the game.
Gaitor followed her on a wild
pitch. They got one more in
the following frame.
Del Jane however, in the
second took the lead, scoring
four runs which included
Mavis' two rbi single
Glenice Thompson took the
loss.


Bahamas Champs the
Governor's Harbour Hustlers
picked up two victories over
the weekend moving into a tie
for first place in the Eleuthera
Softball Series.
Against Austin Knowles
Construction, the Hustlers won
4-3 in the suspended game and
edged out 9-8 in the regular
scheduled same.


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